NBC was smart last year when they told Donald Trump “You’re Fired!”
Now it’s time for them to join America in reversing the Republican Conventions chart and shout “Lock Him Up!”
Attorney General Eric 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. 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.
In cahoots with NBC and his production company Donald Trump promised close to one hundred celebrities that he "Fired!" That out of his "own pocket" he'd make very generous donations to each failed celebrity's chosen charity without giving any of them a single dime of his own money. Donald Trump has a term for this - "Smart Business!" The judicial system has a different term for this - "Criminal Fraud." By profiting along side with NBC, his production companies, and Celebrity Apprentice's advertisers the judicial system has a few addition terms for Trump's actions - "Patterns of Criminal Activity” and “Criminal Enterprise" – both key components required for a charge of "Racketeering,” also known R.I.C.O.
Donald Trump is running for President of the United States primarily as the character he created for reality TV. For seven years he lived a lie before the American public pretending to be the strong, successful, compassionate, and generous multi-billionaire on Celebrity Apprentice.
As far as the law is concerned Donald Trump thinks he’s immune. And unfortunetly, so far Trump has gotten away with no punishment beyond fines that he considers a cost of doing business. Our petition is asking New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to seek indictments of Donald Trump and his business partners for New York State Racketeering laws.
At this point NBC should be sufficiently fed up enough with Donald Trump and his racist, sexist, and lunatic rantings that they will cooperate with Schneiderman’s office to indict Trump on these charges because anyone who has watched Trump this year knows that getting someone else to pay his debts is just Trump’s normal way of doing business.