30 November 2019

Moral Cowardice

Charlie Dent, a Republican and former congressman who retired in 2018, said a few days ago in an interview (details here) that many GOP members of Congress are "absolutely disgusted and exhausted by the President’s behavior. They resent being put in this position all the time."

This sentiment has been repeated by a number of journalists who cover Capitol Hill. When they're off the record, they'll bluntly describe Trump as a huge pain in the ass and a political disaster.

In public, however, they rarely raise any kind of objection and it's always in the most muted of terms.

The reason is simple, as Dent explains: "the base." This is the core faction of hard-right Republicans who still love Trump, the sorts who are habitual voters and wouldn't hesitate to vote for anyone further to the right who primaried a Republican who didn't stand with the President.

They are, in a phrase, plagued by moral cowardice. They put their own seat and party before the nation and just let Trump be Trump while privately grumbling and bitching.

The result is that the country is held hostage by the minority of people in "the base."

As recent election results have shown in Kentucky and Louisiana, however, the base's power has weakened. You can stand with Trump and win your primary next year, but the rest of us are angry enough to make sure you're defeated in the general election.

This won't matter to members of Congress in safe, gerrymandered districts where there aren't enough Democrats to make a difference in the general. But there are still several dozen swing seats where it will make all the difference in the world.

Everybody's Versatile

All three lads here have a chance to both bottom and top. That makes for a nearly endless number of permutations and combinations. Jessie Colter is the lad with the star tattoos on his neck. Teddy Bryce has tattoos all over. And Dylan Strokes is the one with only a small tattoo on his forearm.

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29 November 2019

Tax Fraud and Loan Fraud

ProPublica broke the story on Wednesday (link here) that another building owned by Donald Trump showed substantial differences in key figures on documents submitted to tax authorities and to lenders.

This time the building in question is Trump Tower in Manhattan, the President's marquee property and site of both his home and offices.

As with two other properties where Trump reported wildly different figures to the taxman and his lender, once again the occupancy rate is markedly higher on loan documents than on tax filings.

This could indicate that anyone who signed the documents committed tax fraud or loan fraud — or both. Given that Trump himself and his three oldest adult children are all officers of his corporation, one or all of them could be subject to both state and federal criminal charges.

This well may be part of the reason that the Manhattan District Attorney has obtained a subpoena to review eight years worth of Trump's tax returns. And part of the reason Trump has fought in court to block that subpoena.

Stuffed Full

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28 November 2019

He Knew He Got Caught

On Tuesday night, the New York Times broke the story (link here) that Donald Trump released the critically important military aid to Ukraine immediately after learning that a whistleblower had filed a complaint about what he'd done. His withholding of the aid and attempted extortion of Ukraine's leaders, of course, is the catalyst that set the impeachment inquiry ball rolling.

This revelation is critically important because it destroys a GOP talking point that there was no quid pro quo for releasing the aide — which never should have been delayed in the first place, given it was already approved by bipartisan Congressional action. It thus reveals that Trump only released the aide once he realized he'd been caught.

The article also reported about how the freeze in aid was placed the very same day that Trump placed the fateful call to the President of Ukraine and begin his extortion scheme. As well, the piece notes how various senior administration officials had no idea why the freeze was in place and no one would answer them when they inquired.

If the funds were really frozen because of concerns about corruption, that explanation would have been freely given. But it wasn't, because the real reason was illegal.

With Trump's defenses increasingly in tatters, that will leave Republicans with only one defense — that what Trump did was wrong and illegal but that it doesn't rise to the level of an impeachable offense.

The Ukrainians who were killed because Trump withheld the funds might beg to differ.

The Luv Boat

Jax was featured here back in May and returns today in a new photo shoot. Since making his porn debut earlier this year, he's shot about a dozen hardcore scenes so far, always as a top. He has a Twitter feed here where he posts some hardcore content.

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27 November 2019

A Whole Other Universe of Corruption

The Bulwark published an excellent piece yesterday (link here) about how the media and lawmakers have largely ignored, as the title notes, "Trump’s Turkey Corruption Is Way Worse Than You Realize."

Some key points the article details:

* The President has substantial, active business interests in Turkey that Recep Erdogan has demonstrated he can damage and thus use to extort Trump.

* Trump repeatedly has sided with Turkey against unanimous objections of his national security team, which in the most horrendous example, led to the death of hundreds if not thousands of Kurdish women and children.

* The Turkish representative for this relationship, whose finances are deeply entangled with Trump's, has repeatedly bragged about his ability to influence American policy.

* Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, is a key White House contact on Turkey policy and has his own conflicts of interest because of personal real estate developments.

* There seems to be such little oversight of the U.S.-Turkey relationship that there is no record of what was said in most of the Trump calls or meetings with Turkish officials. Even Trump’s own national security advisor believe corrupt personal dealings are at play.

Hopefully this article will wake up a few people in Washington and get some action started to stop this sprawling criminality.

Three Big Dicks

This isn't the sharpest dupe ever but it's still a damn hot scene. Measured end-to-end, this pup is getting about a yard's length of cock shoved in his happy holes.

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26 November 2019

Why It Could Happen

I would be the first to admit that the chances the U.S. Senate convicts and removes Donald Trump from office once he's impeached are not high.

But they're not impossible, either.

Jonathan Bernstein at Bloomberg published an excellent piece on just this topic yesterday (link here or here). The title is "Don’t Buy the Conventional Wisdom on Impeachment."

The reason acquittal is not a foregone conclusion is that there are still too many unknowns. As Bernstein's piece notes, support for Nixon was strong until suddenly it wasn't. The same could happen for Trump.

That arguably needs a bombshell catalyst for it to happen and Trump's Ukraine scandal is still a developing story with many known unknowns and unknown unknowns. What, for instance, is on the tapes Trump associate Lev Parnas turned over to the House Intelligence Committee?

If this was a baseball game, we're still in an early inning. The rest of the event may play out like the early inning.

Then again, it might not. Stay tuned.

Big Mike Bottoms

The beefy bottom in these images, allegedly named Mike, was featured here on the blog earlier this year. He's back today bottoming because that's what real men do. He's done four scenes so far this year — his solo debut, two scenes where he bottomed, and a four-way scene where he mostly bottomed but topped for a few minutes.

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25 November 2019

Late-Breaking Developments

Three important developments happened late yesterday. I won't go into a lot of detail here and will instead refer you to a further source for each one.

First, the Washington Post broke the story yesterday (link here or here) that Donald Trump's White House engaged in an aggressive coverup to fabricate justification after the Ukraine scandal broke. "A confidential White House review of Trump’s decision to place a hold on military aid to Ukraine has turned up hundreds of documents that reveal extensive efforts to generate an after-the-fact justification for the decision and a debate over whether the delay was legal," the article reveals.

If what the President was doing, then why was such a coverup necessary? Undoubtedly this will trigger further scrutiny by the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee as they conduct their impeachment inquiry.

Second, the Secretary of the Navy was forced out yesterday after battling with Trump over the latter's pardoning of three military personnel either accused of war crimes or convicted of murder (details here or here).

In one case, an Army major was due to go on trial for murder and was pardoned by Trump. In another case, an Army lieutenant was convicted of murdering three men and was pardoned. And in the third case, a Navy SEAL was acquitted of murder but convicted of posing for photos with the corpse of a murdered Islamic State prisoner, a conviction later pardoned by Trump.

Trump acted after one of the three men made a direct appeal to the President on the television program Fox and Friends and thus clashed with the traditional military hierarchy and tradition.

And in the third big development yesterday, ABC News broke the story (link here) that Trump's friend Lev Parnas — who was recently indicted and arrested and is also an associate of Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani — has turned over videos, audio recordings, and photographs to the House Intelligence Committee, which is currently conducting the impeachment inquiry.

Per the article: "The material submitted to the committee includes audio, video and photos that include Giuliani and Trump. It was unclear what the content depicts and the committees only began accessing the material last week."

Needless to say, with many people assuming the impeachment inquiry was wrapping up now that last week's public's hearings were over, proceedings may still have a way to go.

All three of these stories will lead to more revelations this week, so definitely stay tuned.

Self-Basting Studs

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24 November 2019


Politico published an interesting but disturbing piece on Friday (link here) about how, since the House of Representatives opened its impeachment inquiry, Donald Trump has become consumed by two things: his re-election campaign and the encroaching impeachment.

"The details of issues that once consumed his attention — such as immigration and trade — have been outsourced to senior officials, and Trump has opted to let others do the talking during meetings with foreign leaders that he would normally command himself," the article notes.

Some might say this is a positive development, because it will keep Trump from screwing things up. But if Trump is not steering the ship, then who is?

Because that's exactly how the Iran-Contra scandal happened — an increasingly confused Ronald Reagan largely abdicated himself from day-to-day administration of his presidency and, in his place, his appointed underlings ran the show and engaged in illegal, shadowy operations that endangered the country's national security.

They Grow 'Em Big

Here's a full-length circa 1988 porn flick called They Grow 'Em Big starring the legendary Tom Brock. I remember seeing this in a porn theater sometime in the late 1980s, possibly during its first release. Those were the days.

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23 November 2019

Late-Breaking Development

Last night, CNN broke the extraordinary story (link here), that Congressman Devin Nunes, the senior Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, which is currently investigating the Ukraining extortion scandal, was himself involved in the plot.

Per the linked report: "A lawyer for an indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani tells CNN that his client is willing to tell Congress about meetings the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee had in Vienna last year with a former Ukrainian prosecutor to discuss digging up dirt on Joe Biden.... That information would likely be of great interest to House Democrats given its overlap with the current impeachment inquiry into President Trump, and could put Nunes in a difficult spot."

When CNN asked Nunes in person to comment about the revelation, he replied "I don't talk to you in this lifetime or the next lifetime. At any time. On any question."

It will be interesting to see if Nunes is now compelled to recuse himself from the House investigation efforts. One of the investigators should not also be the subject of the investigation.

Rafael Raw

This is a hot scene featuring the living legend Rafael Alencar paired with a very tasty bottom. Rafael is often coupled with lads on the twink end of the spectrum but this one is a delightful exception.

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22 November 2019

The Good Doctor

Two more witnesses appeared yesterday in the impeachment inquiry hearing. The testimony was highly revealing and inflicted more damage on Donald Trump's presidency. The New York Times published a good summary report (link here).

Dr. Fiona Hill, a Russia expert who formerly was on the National Security Council staff, provided further details about Trump's illegal extortion scheme targeting Ukraine.

And she resoundingly debunked Trump's absurd and oft-repeated claim that it was Ukraine, not Russia, that meddled in America's 2016 election.

"These fictions are harmful even if they are deployed for purely domestic political purposes," she said. "President Putin and the Russian security services operate like a super PAC. They deploy millions of dollars to weaponize our own political opposition research and false narratives."

Of course, such a warning will fall on Trump and the Republicans' deaf ears.

After the testimony, across town in Washington at the White House, senior administration officials and key Senate Republicans sat down together to hammer out details of the trial they'd like to see once the expected articles of impeachment are passed (details here). If you want to get a sense of how bizarre such a meeting was, when is the last time you heard of a jury sitting down with a defendant before a trial to agree on how it would be run?

The Senate sits as the jury in the trial that follows impeachemt. So when the White House approached them about such a meeting, they should have said, "Thanks but no thanks. Separation of powers means we alone will decide how the trial will be conducted."

While Senate Republicans up for reelection in 2020 and 2022 may think they're protecting themselves from being primaried by groveling before Trump, that security will hopefully vanish when they face a general election. They need to win their primary and then badly lose the general election to send the message to Washington that appealing only to your hardcore supporters is political suicide.

Stuff This

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21 November 2019

And Another New Worst Day

Donald Trump's ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, testified yesterday in the impeachment hearing and what he said was devastating for the President (details here). Trump now has a new worst day of his presidency: November 20, 2019.

Sondland said everyone at the highest level of the administration knew about a quid pro quo demanded of Ukraine and that it was explicitly directed by Trump. "We followed the President’s orders.... Everyone was in the loop. It was no secret."

He continued: "I know that members of this Committee have frequently framed these complicated issues in the form of a simple question: Was there a 'quid pro quo?' As I testified previously, with regard to the requested White House call and White House meeting, the answer is yes."

Sondland also made clear that what Trump wanted from the Ukrainians was clear — he wanted their public announcement that they were investigating Joe Biden's son. He didn't care, however, if they actually investigated him.

"He had to announce the investigations," Sondland testified, referring to the Ukrainian president. "He didn’t actually have to do them.... They had to be announced in some form."

Further, the ambassador noted that Michael Pence, the Vice President, knew that military aid to Ukraine was conditioned on the investigation announcements (details here) "I mentioned to ... Pence before the meetings with the Ukrainians that I had concerns that the delay in aid had become tied to the issue of investigations," he testified.

While Sondland's testimony was still ongoing, several legal pundits noted that the revelations suggested Trump had committed bribery by withholding the military aid, including Ken Starr, whose federal prosecution triggered the impeachment of President Bill Clinton (details here). This is an important distinction because bribery is one of the listed high reasons spelled out in the Constitution for impeaching a President.

To this end, Benjamin Wittes, the editor in chief of Lawfare wrote an excellent essay yesterday on this very topic (link here) titled "Gordon Sondland Accuses the President of Bribery."

He concludes his piece with this: "A witness with first-hand knowledge of both U.S. interactions with the Ukrainians and the President’s own conduct today accused ... Trump of soliciting a bribe from a foreign head of state. Whether or not this would qualify as a bribe under the criminal law, I would have no hesitation describing it as one if I were a member of Congress considering the impeachment of a President."

There are still many more witnesses to come. Stay tuned.