Did Donald Trump really say that the whistleblower's lawyer should be sued for treason?

I do not know, did he say it? Because people like you always say that Trump said something, but never provided links, videos, or pictures of him saying it.

Besides, the lawyer is just trying to save time. There is no law that protects the identity of a whistleblower.

Plus, people like you like to turn the sound out of what Trump says. Trump could say, "I'm thinking about getting a dog." And you'll hop here or wherever and say, "Tump said he wants a dog, why can not you see that we have a racist president calling black people dogs and wanting to enslave black people again."

The Russian sued Apple for making him gay


A man in Russia has now sued Apple for just over US $ 150,000 because he believes that making use of the iPhone has made him gay.

According to the lawsuit, he had the idea of ​​trying to relate to people of the same sex after receiving 69 GayCoins on a crypto currency app several years ago. The cryptocurrency came with the message "Do not judge without trying", which caused the Russians to try gay relationships.

A few months later, he discovered that he was in gay relationships and had no idea how to get out of them. He also did not know how to explain his constant friend to his parents. In general, the man thinks his life has got worse and that it will never be normal again.

I can say after two months that I got stuck in intimacy with a member of my own sex and came out. I have a boyfriend and I do not know how to explain it to my parents. After receiving the above message, my life has turned bad and will never be normal again.

The logical consequence for him, then, was to sue Apple for his product, which helped him become gay.

AOC sued for blocking people on Twitter?

US Democratic Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is being charged with blocking people on Twitter.

"The first amendment does not allow an official using a social media account for all sorts of official purposes to exclude people from an otherwise open online dialogue because they have voiced views the official disagrees with" , was the verdict.

According to Mr Hikind's complaint, the congressman – commonly known by her initials AOC – blocked him after criticizing her and her political views.


Charleston Man and company sued in federal court for fraud of over $ 9 million

Charleston, South Carolina US Attorney Sherri A. Lydon announced today that Amir Golestan, 36, of Charleston, South Carolina, and Micfo, LLC, have been indicted in a charge of 20 counts before a federal court. The indictment alleges twenty cases of wire fraud, each punishable by imprisonment of up to 20 years.

The indictment accuses Golestan and Micfo of having founded and deployed "channel partners" since February 2014, allegedly consisting of several sole proprietors, all of whom have acquired the right to obtain IP addresses from the American Register of Internet Numbers (ARIN). The indictment alleges that Golestan and Micfo have invented Channel Partners' true nature, including the creation of false officers and fraudulent websites for companies that have been used to fool ARIN and fraudulently acquire ARIN IP address rights. The indictment alleges that Golestan and Micfo have been granted rights to approximately 757,760 IP addresses with a market value of $ 9,850,880.00 and $ 14,397,440.00 through this process.

The indictment is the result of an investigation by the Federal Criminal Police Office. Deputy US Attorney Nathan Williams of the Charleston Office is following suit.

The United States Attorney stated that all the indictment charges are merely allegations and that the defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty.

Source: https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/c…over-9m-fraud

I thank Paul von Blesta for bringing this to my attention. Thanks buddy!

May I be sued?


I signed in to brazzers.com without being connected to my VPN (not anonymous) and downloaded a video.
I admit that I live in France.

I wonder if I can be sued.