(1) Racial housing discrimination [where and when: New York City, 1973-1975] when the Department of Justice sued Trump and his father Fred in 1973 for housing discrimination at 39 sites around New York.
(2) Mafia ties [where and when: New York and Atlantic City, 1970s- ?] wherein Trump has been linked to the mafia many times over the years, with varying degrees of closeness…. There have been a string of other allegations, too, many reported by investigative journalist Wayne Barrett.
(3) Trump University [where and when: 2005-2010, online] — It was also never really a “university” by any definition, and it changed its name to the “Trump Entrepreneur Initiative,” because as its scamming of students occurred, the school was violating New York law by operating without an educational license.
(4) Tenant Intimidation [where and when: New York City, 1982-1986]
(5) The Four Bankruptcies [where and when: 1991, 1992, 2004, 2009]
(6) The undocumented Polish workers [where and when: New York City, 1980] in which Trump took advantage of their labor.
(7) Antitrust Violations [where and when: New Jersey, 1986]
(8) Refusing to Pay Workers and Contractors [where and when: various, 1980s-present]
(9) The Cuban Embargo [where and when: Cuba, 1998-present]
Concept: the story of Les Mis in the style of the History of Japan. You can do it. I believe in you.
France is an country by the sea filled with poor people and it’s ♪♫ beautiful ♫♪
In the year negative a billion, France might not have been here. In the year 1815, it was here, and you could walk to it, and some people died in it
Ding dong, it’s the Revolution, and they have ideas from the future. Like really good laws, and ♪ crazy guillotines ♪. Now you can make a lot of dead aristocrats really really quickly. That means if you own the guilloine, then you can make a lot of equality, which is something everybody needs to survvvvive. So that makes you a revolutionary. Also things get a bit out of hand, Bonaparte happens, Louis Phillipe happens too
we do not here pretend to furnish a history of the French Revolution
“Please try this new monarch,” he said. “No,” said everybody. “Try iiiiit,” he said. “no,” said everybody again, quieter this time.
Meanwhile in Toulon:
“Hi Javert,” they said. “Hi 24601,” said Javert. “Can you call me something else, other than 24601?” said Valjean. “Like what?” said Javert. ♫♪"How about Maire Mad’leine?“♪♫ said Valjean.
Knock knock, it’s the ABC. Yes, they’re here to take over, they just wanna bring you some cool shit. Like democracy, and freedom, and ♫♪ Enjolras ♪♫. So that’s cool.
Grantaire wants to help at some point but Enjolras is like
♪"Listen I trust you for once this is very important okay don’t fuck this uuuup"♪ And Grantaire said, ♫♪ How bout I do, anyway? ♪♫
Then, when the barricade was done, the National Guard downgraded to a fuckton. Did I say downgrade? I meant upgrade. And the ABC says, “Can you maybe chill?” And the National Guard says, “How ‘bout maybe you chill?”
Then everybody died, except Marius, who pulled a sewer inspired ♫♪ post-rebellion survival miracle ♪♫
But then the miracle wears off, he’s sad in the Musain but everything’s still pretty cool I guess. ♪♫ Bye. ♫♪