Potentially? Potentially a whole lot, or potentially none. If the political will to dismantle the system protecting him isn’t there, what does it matter what the law says?
All The President’s Dims
Neither do his interviews. Coincidence?
Rudy’s not the fan in that metaphor.
He’s a rich, white man who goes to all the right cocktail parties in New York and D.C., so, none.
Maybe Rudy was luring these guys in and using them to catch the real criminals, and now the deep state has foiled what would have been a takedown of the whole corrupt system that’s been working against Trump?
(just putting this here so if Rudy claims that’s what he was doing I can get credit for calling it)
“ The title is a Liverpool slang phrase meaning “it’s all over”.”
Well, maybe. He’s also a florid assbag who struggles to speak around the foot in his mouth but still manages to say an incredible amount of the wrong stuff to the wrong people. It wouldn’t surprise me if the other people at those parties would like to see him go away now.
He’ll always be one of them, not one of us. The bond is sacred: it’s the only law they believe in.
Who is, then? Its all flying right at him, and he’s getting covered with it, and spraying the impact on anyone near him, so the metaphor is apt.
At this point its more like he’s a snow making machine, and a hose of liquid Trump diarrhea is about to feed into him for a shitcloud flurry, Randy
I said he wasn’t the fan.
Nah, Rudy is that guy at parties the hosts keep refilling his drink because he will never turn it down, and as well will eventually do something embarrassing/entertaining.
If he signs the right paperwork Giuliani could receive diplomatic immunity as a Russian diplomat.
Lets hope it’s all the legal trouble.
Just because Giuliani was going to travel to Vienna with his super corrupt pals before they both got arrested on the way does not mean Giuliani has done crimes and was going to do more. Maybe the three men just love classical music and accidentally scheduled tandem vacations
— Laura Bassett (@LEBassett) October 10, 2019
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It’s British, rather than just Liverpool. It has been found in a Coventry newspaper in the 50’s, so it was likely in common use before then.