Eric SchneidermanI posted that Pam ultimately decided there wasn’t any merit to the case and so she let the matter drop, which was when Donald J. [t]Rump gave $25,000 to her campaign.
Then try this on for size …
It wasn’t Donald [t]Rump coming for Pam Bondi with a check, it was the other way round. Bondi personally asked for a [t]Rump contribution at the same time she was thinking about joining in with New York’s investigation of ALLEGED fraud at [t]Rump University and as soon as the check cleared, Pam’s office decided not to p[pursue the matter.
Well, isn’t that convenient? And, a political group backing Bondi's re-election — idiotically calling themselves And Justice for All — received the check Sept. 17, 2013, days before Bondi PUBLICLY announced she was considering joining a New York state probe of Trump University's activities. In addition, the money came from a Trump family foundation in an apparent violation of rules surrounding political activities by charities.
Who saw that coming? [t]Rump lying cheating stealing bribing? A Florida politician taking money in exchange for not pursuing a fraud investigation?
Marc Reichelderfer, a political consultant who worked for Bondi's re-election effort, says Bondi spoke with Trump "several weeks" before her office announced it was considering joining a multi-state lawsuit proposed by New York's attorney general and that Pam Bondi was unaware of the dozens and dozens of consumer complaints received by her office about [t]Rump University.
Uh huh. Anyone wanna buy a bridge?
And while this all makes perfect sense — [t]Rump buying his way out of a scandal and a republican taking a bribe — let’s end with Donald J. [t]Rump’s own words about the favors he expects and receives from politicians to whom he gave money.
"When I want something I get it. When I call, they kiss my ass. It's true."
And he gets even more favors when he bribes them upfront.