Let's Indict Trump Asks - Is Donald Trump a Racketeer?

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Let's Indict Trump asks: Have Donald Trump and his business partners profited for decades from Trump’s unfulfilled promises to charities?

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Spokesperson Jim Polichak of Let's Indict Trump charges that “Donald Trump is running for President of the United States primarily as the character he has been creating since the first time he ran and lost for president in 2000 through his business deals, his reality TV shows, and especially with his unfulfilled pledges to charities. For years he lived a lie before the American public pretending to be the strong, successful, compassionate, and generous multi-billionaire on one reality TV show promising close to one hundred celebrities that out of his "own pocket" he'd make very generous donations to each celebrity's chosen charity without giving any of them a single dime of his own money.”

Just this week The Trump Foundation was ordered to cease raising money in New York State by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.

Spokesperson Jim Polichak asks “If you agree that Donald Trump is as phony as a three dollar bill tell everyone you know so they will, too!” You can get your own Donald Trump Three Dollar Bills with his portrait on the front and the White House redesignated as The TRUMP House at Donald Trump Three Dollar Bills and Let's Indict Trump.

Polichak also asks “If you agree that Donald Trump shouldn’t be elected president as a result of recreating his image by lying to the American public and the neither he nor his business should profit from Trump’s false pledges to charities – Please sign our petition addressed to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman asking him to convene a grand jury to decide if Donald Trump and his business partners have created a pattern of criminal activity and criminal enterprise by profiting from decades of Trump’s pledges of profits and proceeds to support to a host of charities.”

Mr. Trump's frequent unfunded pledges to charities have been exhaustively examined by David A. Fahrenthold of the Washington Post and covered by the media world-wide.

Mr. Polichak added that "Donald Trump is the most arrogant candidate in modern American political history as evidenced by his boast that he could shoot somebody on Fifth Avenue and not lose any votes this January."

The Petition:
Attorney General Schneiderman, please immediately convene a grand jury to decide if Donald Trump’s false pledges to donate profits and proceeds “out of his own pocket” to charities to induce goodwill and convince consumers to purchase his products and watch his television shows created a pattern of criminal activity and criminal enterprise by Trump and his business partners. Let the grand jury decide if Mr. Trump’s false pledges provided him decades of profits, thereby violating Racketeer-Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) laws. Since Trump directed most of this activity from his corporate headquarters and 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City, New York State should lead the investigation of Trump's false claims under New York Penal Law Article 460.


Jim Polichak
Let's Indict Trump
Long Island, New York

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