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To: Mariner
The 4 laws that Biden broke according to Greg Jarett

1)Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (15USC78dd-1)
It is illegal for a U.S. person to coerce or influence through bribery, extort a foreign into taking action that might financially benefit that person, his family or business.

2) Bribery (18USC201b)
Whoever corruptly gives, offers or promises anything of value to a public official to influence that public official is guilty of bribery.

3) Gratuities Act (180SC201)
Giving, offering, or promising anything of value to a public official in exchange for any official act is a violation of the gratuities act.

4) Hobbs Act-Extortion (18USC 1951)
A threat to a foreign official in order to obtain an official benefit affecting interstate or foreign commerce would constitute extortion under the Hobbs act.

Greg Jarrett also says Trump would be breaking law if he didn't press Ukraine on Biden corruption.
“The president is duty-bound under the ‘take care’ clause of the Constitution, if he knows of a potential corrupt act by a vice president trying to extort a foreign country to shut down a probe that involves his son, that’s bribery, honest services fraud,” Jarrett claimed, pushing a baseless claim. “If he doesn’t do it, it is a dereliction of his Constitutional duty.”

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18 posted on 11/08/2019 12:56:41 PM PST by DannyTN
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To: DannyTN

“Greg Jarrett also says Trump would be breaking law if he didn’t press Ukraine on Biden corruption.”

Yes, and not just Biden. We have no business handing out money to a foreign government involved in corruption so it is right to hold up money until they show they have intentions of cleaning up the joint.


36 posted on 11/08/2019 3:17:46 PM PST by LeoTDB69
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