Prosecutors in Florida are now officially investigating Steve Bannon, Trump’s latest disposable campaign CEO, for voter fraud. It’s been 2 weeks. Two freakin’ weeks, and Trump’s latest “improvement” to his campaign is already turning out to be another flat tire on the Trump short bus.
Bannon ran afoul of the law, because he was registered as a voter in Florida when he hasn’t actually been living there. The address he gave Florida state was a vacant residence he rents for his ex-wife. It isn’t even like he owns the place in Florida, and “travels a lot.” He only rents the place for his ex-wife. A logical conclusion can be made that he never had any plans to live there, due to that fact.
Mistakes are made sometimes, or people are just simply lazy in changing their registration — like if they owned two homes and moved across state lines — but in this case Bannon never lived there. He was never going to live there. I mean, it’s his ex-wife that’s there so he can’t even make the argument he planned to move there.
The Miami-Dade state attorney didn’t offer comment on the specifics regarding Bannon, likely because of the fact there’s now officially an ongoing investigation, but he did say that his office had the ability to open criminal probes based on credible inquiries, even if they came from the media.
On the other side, both Bannon and the Trump campaign had no comment about felony investigation that is happening only 2 weeks after Bannon being appointed by Trump.
Bannon may be the worst CEO Trump has picked so far, if you judge things by how long it’s taken him to go from zero to total disaster and embarrassment. Not only is there the utter shame of him being the flabby ball of rage that controls the media cesspit, Breitbart, but he also has been accused of domestic abuse, and being an outspoken anti-Semite. Trump sure can pick em’.
The shrinking tenure and worsening quality of Trump’s campaign people speaks to the general state of his campaign. It’s a free-falling disaster, and he’s so desperate that he’ll take anyone to fill in the blanks until it’s finally over and he can go back to selling out to China again. The final 2 months of this election, in spite of all the negativity, can at least offer us the comedy relief of Trump constantly trying to prop up the falling dominoes that are his campaign staff.
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