The must read piece of the day has just shown up on the internet, friends. It is the lawsuit that Donald J. Trump filed against his political enemies in U.S. District Court, evidently in some spasm of paranoid rage and/or a desire to take the spotlight off of Joe Biden, who is making history in Europe right now endeavoring to keep world peace. Trumpty doesn’t like that one bit.

He knew it would take a dramatic flourish to steal Uncle Joe’s thunder and by gosh, he found one.

Here are the first two paragraphs of the introduction. You can read the entire thing here.

The writing is B-grade melodrama, but who else would take a job doing legal writing for Trump but a hack?

1. In the run-up to the 2016 Presidential Election, Hillary Clinton and her cohorts
orchestrated an unthinkable plot – one that shocks the conscience and is an affront to this nation’s democracy. Acting in concert, the Defendants maliciously conspired to weave a false narrative that their Republican opponent, Donald J. Trump, was colluding with a hostile foreign sovereignty. The actions taken in furtherance of their scheme—falsifying evidence, deceiving law enforcement, and exploiting access to highly-sensitive data sources – are so outrageous, subversive and incendiary that even the events of Watergate pale in comparison.

2. Under the guise of ‘opposition research,’ ‘data analytics,’ and other political
stratagems, the Defendants nefariously sought to sway the public’s trust. They worked together with a single, self-serving purpose: to vilify Donald J. Trump. Indeed, their far-reaching conspiracy was designed to cripple Trump’s bid for presidency by fabricating a scandal that would be used to trigger an unfounded federal investigation and ignite a media frenzy.

Jan Wolfe works for Reuters and they’re not exactly a partisan rag. This is actually sitting in a courthouse somewhere.

You can’t make this stuff up. I may have that inscribed on my tombstone, Hand to God, because it is the theme of this insane life we live nowadays in America. You can’t make this stuff up.

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  1. How thoughtful of Julius Geezer to confirm what we all suspected about his deep ties to Russia. I’m sure federal prosecutors will be thanking him even more before it’s over.

  2. How can Trump file a suit involving “fictious and unknown persons” or “fictitious and unknown entities?” I mean, I’m not a lawyer by any means but I don’t see how you can file any kind of legal proceeding against a fictitious or unknown person. I can get the need for anonymity by a plaintiff, especially in the early phase of a lawsuit (eg, a whistle blower who fears retaliation from an employer before the case makes it to the initial hearing) but filing a case against people and entities who may or may not actually exist?

    • What that refers to is John Does, meaning that a certain person’s name may not be known at the time of filing, so you sue them as John Doe 1, and then later amend the complaint to show that Bill Smith is John Doe 1. It’s a way of making sure you can include all relevant parties in the suit, even though you may not ascertain every single person’s identity prior to the initial filing.

  3. What I find really hilarious, is his constant carping about this or that person “trying to make him look bad”. No one else needs to do a thing, he is doing an excellent job all by himself. I wonder if the lawyers who drafted this know it won’t go anywhere, but they will indulge him for the money.

    • I really have to wonder exactly that, what money IS there to follow in this latest buffoonery …

      Trump never seems to get around to paying his bills, only in notes to the tax people for credits, his responsibility in so many criminal fraud situations is mind bending …

      I HAVE to agree, he, who is dumber than any known rock, continues to prove it in his most Ludacris announcements, flinging fresh horse and cow manure has earned him zero gains and most assuredly can cause him even more injury from counter-suits, when so much evidence against him already exists … tweetly dumb ass has no where to hide now …

  4. PRECISELY. They do it for the MONEY. Cynical, disingenuous, bad-faith actor lawyers filing frivolous law suits for a cynical, disingenuous, bad-faith litigant. May disbarment be their fate as it has for so many others who have filed frivolous law suits for the “fame and money”.

    • This story isn’t going gangbusters like I expected it to. I guess maybe people are getting totally burned out on Trump and his games. Not that that’s surprising.

      • Trump’s time where he is now, is limited for sure, and he may or may not fully realize the extent of prison life and how it IS a loss of everything resembling any former glory or life as usual …

        His decisions are all based on personal gain, nothing there new, but his grandstanding is wearing thin with his own group of Magas, holing up at Mar-o-golf limits his exposure as a rant freak at any moment as his hide out requires people of wealth to join there … and his failure to follow up with his promise to go to the Capitol with his losers … has been known from the first broken window at the Capitol …

        His sneaky use of someone else’s tweet account should be intercepted, but for now, his personal BIG FAILS are costing a lot more than gaining ground or profits … I have to think the committee is very close to foreclosure on his freedom …

        You are right in your estimate of legal, “doing it cheap”, with this last gasp shot at H.C., I wonder how elegant her response and counter attack will be …

      • Remember too, Ursula, that right now the shooting war in Ukraine Trump tried stacking in Putin’s favor is sucking a lot of the usual oxygen out of the room. Compared to people actually fighting and dying for their country, his antics barely rate a Page 10 writeup.

      • I think Ukraine and Ginni Thomas have dropped this from front page, lead story coverage. “If it bleeds,,it leads” applies. Explosions and dead bodies combined with the very real.possibility of Vlad using nukes plus a Supreme Court Justice possibly eyeballs in politics are just juicier stories. I find it ridiculous. I mean a bipartisan report plus the Mueller report blatantly stated Russian involvement in disinformation helped Trump. Now if only we had photos of him.on his knees before his,Mastet…

  5. I have to be honest. I clicked on the link to read the full pleading. After about ten minutes of brain numbing (as in WTF? What lawyer would actually file this?) drivel I glanced at the placement thingy on the right hand side of the page and realized I was a long ways from the end. Turns out it seems actual members of the FL & NJ Bars “entered their appearance” (lawyer talk for “I am official legal representation for this person”) but I’d already come to a belief that even if at least part of the stuff that was “legal speak” was added by lawyers this piece of work came from Stephen Miller. This drivel, which is good only as toilet paper (if printed out) sounds just like him.

    As far as I know, no private citizen has filed, much less won a RICO judgement against another person(s) or entity. (Yes, the RICO statute allows it) I wonder what federal judge down there will find this on his/her docket. Perhaps some “arraingements have been made” to get it in front of a worthless, unqualified hack (and some McConnell rammed through for Trump were rated unqualified by the ABA), or someone like that asshole in TX (the one keeping a much needed ship from being deployed by our Navy and he’s got some other outrageous rulings) who will eagerly do whatever Trump wants. Most judges would I think be pissed about the time wasted reading this bullshit. And once the first court appearance (for scheduling) was underway summon counsel for both sides to the bench for a sidebar. Then ask Trump’s lawyers “Are YOU sure you want to go through with this? I suggest you think about that before answering, and I’ll even call a short recess so you can talk it over.” They will get the message – stop wasting my/the court’s time with this bullshit cause it’s going to get tossed right fucking now and THEN you’re coming to my chambers for a little chat about what happens – to you – next.”

    • I agree Denis, the Miller freak in everything Trump was doing in the WH, speaks reams of TP, and as I have said before, S. Miller could be a clone, not only in appearance but actions as well of Hitler’s mouthpiece J. Goebbels …

      • It wouldn’t bother me one bit if Miller were for some reason to decide to playact as “every day guy” and take off air-boating in the Everglades. And have a wreck. Not wearing the safety strap. And be thrown clear and have a bad head injury or just be parylized below the waist. Next to a very old and long/large and HUNGRY python. And when he came to see those unhinged jaws already had him up past his knees. The curvature of the teeth means no prey can escape once snakes like that have unhinged their jaws and start swallowing. It would take a good long while for that python to finally get all of Miller swallowed. Yet for all the pain and terror he’d experience it’s STILL too easy an end for that asshole. But it would be a nice start on his trip to hell if hell actually exists.

  6. Never underestimate the depth of the well of stupidity that is trump. It is a hole with no measurable bottom. jeezus he’s a moron.

  7. Thread very much worth reading, as the suit is dissected:


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