Pardon Me, Part Infinity

Stable Jenius

When your bidness of (allegedly) selling pardons gets so complicated that you need spreadsheets.

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump may not be willing to accept his term is ending, but as the clock ticks down on his time in office, hundreds of his allies — including some of his closest business associates and many high-profile criminals — are ramping up their efforts to squeeze out the final ounces of his presidential power.

Since Trump lost the election six weeks ago, calls and emails have been flooding into the West Wing from people looking to benefit from the President’s powers of clemency. So inundated is Trump’s staff with requests for pardons or commutations that a spreadsheet has been created to keep track of the requests directed to Trump’s close aides.

It’s a seller’s market.

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4 Responses to Pardon Me, Part Infinity

  1. w3ski4me says:

    I’m in my late 60s’ but I could find a use for a blanket pardon I think. Past and Future could be handy. Especially if I could get it with the name left open for resale.
    I wonder what the going rate is?


  2. roket says:

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  3. Buttermilk Sky says:

    Trump hates Americans so much I won’t be surprised if he unleashes Ted Kaczynski, Eric Rudolph, Terry Nichols and any other mass murderers in federal custody.


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