Scotland Bound Trump?

Submitted by ub on Mon, 01/04/2021 - 16:18

So he's thinking about moving to Scotland? Perhaps the self-described law and order politician wants to avoid the long arm of the law.

Here are some facts we’ve collected and believe would be beneficial if he's thinking of making the move—they are, at least, things he would’ve liked to have had a better understanding of before he moved. But some might word to the wise tips and tricks he might not have thought about before moving to Scotland.

There is good news and there's bad news for him, anyway. Trump can pardon federal, not state crimes. There is a growing possibility of state felony indictments against him in New York, and now Georgia or perhaps elsewhere and it is a serious consideration that #LameDuckDonald @realDonaldTrump @GOP @POTUS #Republican is really worried.

Therefore POTUS is reportedly planning to leave #USA before he loses immunity from prosecution "Prestwick Airport has been told to expect the arrival of a US military Boeing 757 aircraft which has been occasionally used by Trump."

He should also consider Scottish Parliament’s recent rumblings about investigating him for money laundering at his golf resort, maybe he just wants to visit it one more time before it’s potentially taken away from him. It is what it is.

The bad news is that another less known senior citizen recently lost protection in Scotland. A man wanted by US authorities over his alleged involvement in a financial scam has lost his legal battle to remain in Scotland.

After losing an extradition hearing, the 66-year-old challenged the decision at the Court of Criminal Appeal. In a written judgment, three appeal court judges have upheld the decision.

If and when he moves to Scotland, Lame-Duck Donald may not be enjoying the red carpet. Then there is this: The Iranian government has filed a “red notice” with Interpol that requests the arrest of US President Donald Trump and 47 other American officials for the assassination of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps major general Qassem Soleimani on 3 January 2020. https://www.interpol.int/en/How-we-work/Notices/View-Red-Notices …