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Cohen’s Office Raided — What Were they Really Looking For?

We’re not legal professionals, but we’ve been around enough layers and covered enough politics to know that nondisclosure agreements do not mean a heck of a lot in a court of law.

There are strong enough protections of the right to free speech and enough nuance in life in general for just about anyone to come up with a loophole. Plus, when it’s easier-, and it usually is, a judge can almost always find a way to justify not enforcing an NDA.

So, Trump and his attorney Michael Cohen went after Stormy Daniels for blabbing on CNN about her affair with Trump. For one thing, even if Daniels lost the case, the money she’s getting from the media, and the publicity she’s getting for her porn will more than make up for anything she loses to Trump. So, in the end, only CNN and people stupid enough to pay for pornography will be forking out any cash.

But, as usual, the left is pushing things as far as they can. After all, what else do they have to do with their time? Not much. So, now Mueller has raided the offices of Trump’s attorney and seized documents related to the Stormy Daniels episode.

This is not going to hurt Trump. But, it is a great waste of time for everyone, especially the left, whose only interest is to keep Trump derangement syndrome alive. A lot of money and words will be spent, and in a few weeks, we’ll all forget about Stormy Daniels.

Here’s Mike Cernovich on the details of the midnight raid.

~ Liberty Video News


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