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The left might think they are being sneaky and crafty by trying to sue the President just days before the Midterm elections, but We the People have seen this plot before.
And we aren’t falling for it.
This week, a nonprofit organization underwritten by a big-time Democrat filed a lawsuit in Manhattan claiming that the Trump children persuaded people who could not afford to be swindled to invest in what they claim were not legitimate business opportunities.
The 160-page complaint alleges that Mr. Trump and his family received secret payments from three business entities in exchange for promoting them as legitimate opportunities, when in reality they were get-rich-quick schemes that harmed investors, many of whom were unsophisticated and struggling financially.
Those business entities were ACN, a telecommunications marketing company that paid Mr. Trump millions of dollars to endorse its products; the Trump Network, a vitamin marketing enterprise; and the Trump Institute, which the suit said offered “extravagantly priced multiday training seminars” on Mr. Trump’s real estate “secrets.”
The four plaintiffs, who were identified only with pseudonyms like Jane Doe, depict the Trump Organization as a racketeering enterprise that defrauded thousands of people for years as the president turned from construction to licensing his name for profit. The suit also names Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump as defendants.
This lawsuit is the latest in a string of them in the last three years all claiming the same thing: the Trump Organization is guilty of fraud and racketeering. Now that there are a small handful of suits like this, the plaintiff’s lawyers are claiming that it demonstrates a pattern.
But the new suit alleges “a pattern of racketeering activity” involving three other organizations. Roberta A. Kaplan and Andrew G. Celli Jr., two lawyers for the plaintiffs, said in a statement that they were not aware of “any prior case against the Trumps alleging consumer fraud on this scale.”
“This case connects the dots at the Trump Organization and involves systematic fraud that spanned more than a decade, involved multiple Trump businesses and caused tremendous harm to thousands of hardworking Americans,” the statement said.
Uh-huh. If there really was such a pattern, the lawsuits would have started before 2016.
Nice try, but given the timing, and the fact that the story was carried pretty much by the New York Times‘ most suspicious reporter, Maggie Haberman, color those of us who follow this stuff skeptical.