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Msg: 1401
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He wasn't delusional and functioned as what he is, a man, when he did all those things.
Joined: 2/7/2017
Msg: 1402
Chump loses the popular vote, and his chance to fire Sessions
Posted: 7/27/2017 7:05:13 AM

it is fun to watch the liberals and the GOPe come to his defense when POTUS criticises him. It seems that the Trump haters still haven't figured out that he uses their ODD to his advantage.

You have got to be are not a good person...If you think what this man is doing to anothers livihood is at all "funny"....what else are the good people of America willing to accept/justify from this Bozo?? His followers are deplorables that think this is funny to ruin anothers career.....he knows his all.

Plus...his threatening of one of his own worked so good for him before ....Comey comes to my mind.?
Only his Trumpsters think he has some agenda...he's too stupid to have a plan.
Just a nasty man.

Seems like he has a child, his mind can't concentrate on one thing for too long...he needs to create chaos.
He lives in a fake reality......He believes himself to be god like...playing with peoples lives without thinking of the consequences.
I am sure the Pentagon, generals and people in the know.......are shaking their heads at this latest......just makes him look more the fool.
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 1403
Chump loses the popular vote, and his chance to fire Sessions
Posted: 7/27/2017 1:45:56 PM
So does anyone remember the meeting with the Russians that never happened that then did actually happen but it was about adoptions but was actually about getting help from a foreign power to defeat Hillary?

Well turns out it was about sanction and was also set up by the Kremlin.

Trump Jr.'s meeting with Russian lawyer was about sanctions, financier tells Senate panel
By Emily Tillett CBS News July 27, 2017, 2:26 PM

A financier for one of the largest foreign investment firms in Russia says the meeting arranged between Donald Trump Jr. and Russian entities during the 2016 campaign had a quid pro quo -- repealing the U.S.-passed Magnitsky Act and the sanctions enshrined in it in exchange for a "sizable offer" to the campaign itself.

"It's clear the interest and goal in that meeting was to repeal the Magnistky Act, said Bill Browder, CEO and founder of Hermitage Capital Management before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday. "It's the one thing we can agree with certainty that happened in that meeting."

He added, "I do know how the Russian government behaves, and this was a big ask -- to request that the possible future president of the United States, to repeal a major piece of human rights legislation, they wouldn't have gone in and said please repeal this without something in return."
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 1404
Chump loses the popular vote, and his chance to fire Sessions
Posted: 7/31/2017 6:46:33 AM
So while tRump was trying to pass laws via tweets and the Mooch was telling people that he does not such his own c*ck, this was going down.

Monday and Tuesday were HUGE days for Mooch given that there was an enormously threatening testimony in progress over on Cap Hill.

William Browder's congressional testimony on Monday was so potently damning toward both Trump and Russian oligarchs that Trump dropped the bombshell "trans" announcement as a diversion, retraining the focus of the public away from the testimony.

The testimony ended up being delayed til Tuesday. So, on Monday night, Trump dined with Mooch in double-clusterf*ck emergency mode to come up with another highly effective diversion.

...and what do you know? Later that same evening, the Mooch did his ridiculous swearing tirade. I believe that this again was a calculated maneuver to distract the public from Browder's ensuing bombshell of a testimony.

Meanwhile, his brand new child was being born.

Truly, that testimony was SO damaging. It shed a bright light on the mechanisms underlying this collusion and treason, clear enough that any member of the public willing to openly listen would see through his bullsh*t, clear as day.

Bill Browder's Testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee
“I hope that my story will help you understand the methods of Russian operatives in Washington and how they use U.S. enablers to achieve major foreign policy goals without disclosing those interests,” Browder writes.

Mikhail Voskresensky / Reuters
Rosie Gray Jul 25, 2017

The financier Bill Browder has emerged as an unlikely central player in the ongoing investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 elections. Sergei Magnitsky, an attorney Browder hired to investigate official corruption, died in Russian custody in 2009. Congress subsequently imposed sanctions on the officials it held responsible for his death, passing the Magnitsky Act in 2012. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government retaliated, among other ways, by suspending American adoptions of Russian children.

Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Russian lawyer who secured a meeting with Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort, was engaged in a campaign for the repeal of the Magnitsky Act, and raised the subject of adoptions in that meeting. That’s put the spotlight back on Browder’s long campaign for Kremlin accountability, and against corruption—a campaign whose success has irritated Putin and those around him.

Browder will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday in a hearing about Foreign Agents Registration Act enforcement; what follows are the prepared remarks he submitted to the committee. The committee also called as witnesses former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, Donald Trump Jr., and Glenn Simpson, the co-founder of the Fusion GPS research firm that commissioned the Trump dossier. As of Tuesday evening, only Browder is definitely scheduled to appear during that panel.

Read more abotu why tRump and his team had to go full crazy to distract you from this:

Here is a quick summary:

Bowder ran an investment firm in Russia

Russian oligarchs were stealing money from his clients and, early on, the Russian state.

Bowder and Putin were both working against said oligarchs in their own ways.

Putin arrested and prosecuted richest oligarch.

Rest of the oligarchs went to Putin, asking how they could afford ending up in the same spot. Putin demanded 50% of their take.

Russian state raids Bowder's firm, steals tons of documents.

Bowder hires lawyer, Magnitsky (M), to investigate. M finds corporate identity theft in re-registration of Bowder's firm under a known oligarchy's name, and $230M in assets stolen.

M alerts Russian equivalent of the FBI.

M is arrested and imprisoned. M is tortured until he agrees to sign confession​ that he stole the $230M. Refuses and, over time, health degrades as his pleas to the state, correspondence, & his attorney's and Bowder's actions go ignored.

M dies in prison.

Bowder goes to US to ask Congress to act. Magnitsky Act is formed, imposing sanctions which could freeze Putin's assets kept in the West which he gained from oligarchs -- given evidence in Panama Papers linking him to criminal funds.

As a response to M Act, Putin bans adoption of sick Russian children by Americans.

Russian attorney, Veselnitskaya (V), said to be having had association with the Kremlin. According to Bowder's investigations, V is associated with a 2-employee NGO registered in Delaware that lobbies Congress to take action to remove sanctions affecting adoption of Russians.

Same attorney, V, reached out to Trump Jr & campaign offering incriminating info on Hillary during election.

Not in the testimony, but suspiciously pertinent (so, grain of salt):

Can't recall who said it, but I've seen people saying the meeting was dismissed as solely involving talk regarding "adoption"? Comes off as a quid-pro-quo, though. It's where the headline "meeting was Kremlin-backed" comes from pertaining to Bowder's testimony. Someone else should elaborate or correct me on this.

Trump was quoted on one of his conversations with Putin at G20, where Trump said Putin asked him about adoption.
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 1405
Chump loses the popular vote, and his chance to fire Sessions
Posted: 7/31/2017 5:47:29 PM
The plot thickens:

Trump dictated son’s misleading statement on meeting with Russian lawyer
By Ashley Parker, Carol D. Leonnig, Philip Rucker and Tom Hamburger July 31 at 7:46 PM

On the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in Germany last month, President Trump’s advisers discussed how to respond to a new revelation that Trump’s oldest son had met with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign — a disclosure the advisers knew carried political and potentially legal peril.

The strategy, the advisers agreed, should be for Donald Trump Jr. to release a statement to get ahead of the story. They wanted to be truthful, so their account couldn’t be repudiated later if the full details emerged.

But within hours, at the president’s direction, the plan changed.

Flying home from Germany on July 8 aboard Air Force One, Trump personally dictated a statement in which Trump Jr. said that he and the Russian lawyer had “primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children” when they met in June 2016, according to multiple people with knowledge of the deliberations. The statement, issued to the New York Times as it prepared an article, emphasized that the subject of the meeting was “not a campaign issue at the time.”
Joined: 6/16/2007
Msg: 1406
Chump loses the popular vote, and his chance to fire Sessions
Posted: 7/31/2017 6:43:34 PM
so, does the Mooch still love the Chump?

it used to be the Dems who could snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
Joined: 12/22/2008
Msg: 1407
Chump loses the popular vote, and his chance to fire Sessions
Posted: 7/31/2017 7:05:46 PM

so, dies the Mooch still love the Chump?

With the rate of speed with which the idiot stick is throwing people under the bus he gave his infamous pvssy grabbing comments from, I'm thinking at the very least the Moochiest of them will be starting a very long line to provide unsolicited testimony to those who have the ability to ensure it's eventually Trump who's thrown under a steam roller...far less wiggle room to escape harm. Tick tock...
Joined: 6/6/2016
Msg: 1408
Comrade Trump is the Lying King
Posted: 7/31/2017 8:14:51 PM

Msg: 1408
so, does the Mooch still love the Chump?

Well, according to John, el Moochacho loves hugging and kissing that 10 day participation trophy.

MAGA – Morons Are Governing America.
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 1409
Comrade Trump is the Lying King
Posted: 7/31/2017 8:36:18 PM

Well, according to John, el Moochacho loves hugging and kissing that 10 day participation trophy.

The good news is, if you bought milk the day he was hired, it is still good.

In order to maintain the highest quality forums you are restricted to having no more then 2 of the last 10 posts on a thread.

Since 2 of the last 10 posts are yours you can not post to this thread.
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 1410
Comrade Trump is the Lying King
Posted: 8/15/2017 5:59:53 PM
While you all were watching the racist douche bag known as tRumop attempt to defend the alt right, this was happening:

New Trump-Russia emails could establish a 'devastating' legal entanglement for Paul Manafort
Sonam Sheth
Aug 14, 2017

The ongoing investigation into whether President Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Moscow during the 2016 election gained new traction on Monday when The Washington Post reported that a foreign-policy adviser, George Papadopolous, sent at least six emails during the campaign offering to set up meetings with Russian leaders.

Papadopolous sent the first email to seven campaign advisers in March 2016 with the subject line "Meeting with Russian Leadership - Including Putin." His requests were reportedly met with hesitancy from multiple campaign officials, including retired Navy Rear Adm. Charles Kubic, who voiced concerns about violating both US sanctions on Russia and the Logan Act, a law forbidding US citizens from negotiating with foreign governments without authorization.

Paul Manafort, Trump's campaign chairman and a current subject in the Russia investigation, also expressed concerns about the proposal and rejected Papadopoulos' request for a meeting between Trump and Russian officials in May 2016, according to The Post.
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 1411
Comrade Trump is the Lying King
Posted: 8/20/2017 8:17:08 PM
Trump’s Lies About James Comey Keep Unraveling

The president said his first FBI director lost the confidence of the rank-and-file. Newly released government documents prove otherwise.

By Susan Hennessey, Benjamin Wittes
August 18, 2017 - 12:59 pm

Following the firing of FBI Director James Comey, the White House claimed that it wasn’t only the president who had lost confidence in Comey but the rank and file of the FBI as well.

Whether this attack on Comey was accurate or not matters for reasons that are broader than defending Comey’s legacy. President Donald Trump and his staff put this claim forward as a primary reason for and defense of his firing of Comey — despite other statements that indicated that the firing had more to do with his anger about the Russia investigation. Evidence undercutting the notion of staffwide dissatisfaction would not merely implicate Trump in a smear of Comey; it would further suggest that this talking point was a pretext intended to cover up some other motive.
Joined: 3/7/2017
Msg: 1412
Comrade Trump is the Lying King
Posted: 8/21/2017 3:48:47 PM
Lobbyist at Trump Campaign Meeting Has a Web of Russian Connections

WASHINGTON — Rinat Akhmetshin, a Russian immigrant who met last summer with senior Trump campaign officials, has often struck colleagues as a classic Washington mercenary — loyal to his wife, his daughter and his bank account. He avoided work that would antagonize Moscow, they suggested, only because he profited from his reputation as a man with valuable connections there.

But interviews with his associates and documents reviewed by The New York Times indicate that Mr. Akhmetshin, who is under scrutiny by the special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, has much deeper ties to the Russian government and Kremlin-backed oligarchs than previously known.

He has an association with a former deputy head of a Russian spy service, the F.S.B., and a history of working for close allies of President Vladimir V. Putin. Twice, he has worked on legal battles for Russian tycoons whose opponents suffered sophisticated hacking attacks, arousing allegations of computer espionage. He helped federal prosecutors bring corruption charges against an American businessman in the former Soviet Union who turned out to be working for the C.I.A.
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