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Msg: 851
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A President doesn't run the IRS, so your statement is false. The IRS is not run by, nor reports to the President (Dept of Treasury they do). Obama called what some folks working for the IRS did outrageous and wanted it investigated.

Well, I didn’t say “A President runs the IRS”, SO your statement is false. I don’t really expect any President or Gov. Official of any Administration to admit corruption unless its forced. The Obama Administration isn’t the first nor last to use government for political purposes. Several different gov. agencies audited these Conservative Groups.

Sssshhhh....Don't ruin their big Conspiracy Theory thing they got going on.
Ya know...The Deep State and all. I've been waiting for the 7th vault since last year.
Their tin foil hats ward off all ...common sense, reality and sensibility

Funny thing, Red Scare #3 (2016-?) Conspiracy is coming from Lib’s.

Wasn’t that long ago when Bernie was accused of being a Russian Agent with his “Devine-Manafort” connection.

Interesting Opinion by Caitlin Johnstone:

Still Not A Bro, Still Not A Russian Agent, Still Glad Hillary Lost

This is what is happening with Democrats in America today. My handful of conservative readers will disagree with what I’m about to say, but to a hard-left Australian looking at America from the outside Democrats have seemed relatively sane, at least compared to the Republicans. I mean sure they consented to the crushing exploitation of the Walmart economy and tolerated Obama’s expansion of all of Bush’s most evil policies, but at least they were pretty mellow about it. They were chill during the Obama years and opposed the neocons during the Bush years, so the gibbering, drooling, screaming-Bible-verses-at-passing-cars psychosis that lurked just below the surface never had occasion to come to the foreground.

All that changed with Trump’s election. Though the Clinton campaign deliberately elevated the phenomenally unpopular reality TV star above his primary Republican opponents, his stated agendas conflicted with those of America’s unelected power structures in some very significant ways and they were never going to let him actually win the White House. But then he actually won the White House. After more than a year of using their corporate media mouthpieces to pummel the psyche of liberal Democrats with horror stories of what would happen if Trump got in, Trump got in. The American public’s unprecedented ability to network and share information combined with WikiLeaks drops and a surging alternative media to cripple the campaign of the establishment candidate and caused the deep state to lose control of the narrative for the first time in its existence.

It was like watching a glass plate shatter in slow motion. After more than a year of being told the world would end if Trump got in, Trump got in. After more than a year of being told Trump couldn’t win, Trump won. Democrats stood stupefied for a moment like a little kid who just got hit with a ball but hasn’t started crying yet… and then all the crazy came pouring right out into the open.

It was Comey’s fault. No, it was Bernie’s fault. No, it was third parties. Wait, no, it was Russia. Yeah, that’s it! Russia. Russia, Russia, Russia Russia Russia. Everyone who says we’re acting crazy right now is a Russian agent. Isn’t the CIA awesome? Gosh I love the CIA. Also****Cheney and John McCain, they’re great too. Know who I hate though? Russia. Did you know Russian bots convinced Sanders supporters to hate Hillary Clinton? Also, any Sanders supporters you saw criticizing Hillary were actually Russian bots disguising as Bernie Bros. Basically Hillary was perfect and the DNC scandal never happened. If you think you hated Hillary you imagined it. Have I mentioned I hate Russia? They committed an act of war against us, you know. War war war war war war war. I like war now. Not Russia though. Have I mentioned I hate Russia?

Sheer yammering lunacy. It’s like the lifetime’s worth of consent-manufacturing establishment media propaganda they’d been spoon-fed since birth suddenly started making them sick, like when you eat a few too many marshmallows or jello shots and it starts coming out the way it came in. All the psychological abuse America’s rank-and-file political left have been suffering at the hands of the oligarchy is now spewing out in a jumbled hot mess of gibberish and McCarthyism, and they don’t know how to make it stop.
Well you can make it stop, Democrats. What you are doing looks intensely psychologically uncomfortable, and you cannot possibly be enjoying yourselves. So stop. It’s easy: all you have to do is realize that you’ve been lied to your entire life by everyone you respect and admire. Okay, so maybe that’s not necessarily easy, but it is simple and straightforward.
Everyone on television has been lying to you. Every mainstream media outlet has been lying to you. Everyone you know who consumes these forms of media and believes them has been lying to you by regurgitating the lies they were fed. The fact that you even for a second considered Hillary Rodham Clinton to be an acceptable candidate proves this. Did you know that Hillary Clinton campaigned on a promise to install a no-fly zone in Syria, which top military officials attested would necessitate a war with both Syria and Russia? No? Did Rachel Maddow and the Washington Post not make you aware of that indisputably true, critically-important, world-threatening fact? Guess what? That’s because they’re liars. They lie to you. Constantly.

As bad as Trump is, nothing he has done is anywhere remotely close to as horrible as a war with a nuclear superpower and its allies. All the horror stories you were told about this man pale in comparison to the horror stories they were deliberately omitting from their coverage of the candidate they were attempting to inflict upon this planet. Trump could tank the economy, stop all immigration, build a wall around the entire continental United States and be featured in a viral video getting urinated on by Vladimir Putin himself, and as long as he spared America from a world war with a nuclear superpower, he would still have been a better president than Hillary Clinton would have been. The further into conflict two nuclear superpowers get, the greater the likelihood of a nuclear warhead being deployed either by accident, on purpose, or some mixture of the two due to unforeseeable circumstances in the unpredictable chaos of war, and once one nuke gets deployed, they all do.

If you can shake off the mental bondage to the false reality you’ve been coaxed into by the corporate media of a corporatist government, all that psychological discomfort you’ve been experiencing will fall away. You know you’re not enjoying this. You know all this war talk is getting scary. You know****Cheney is not really your friend. I’m not a Russian agent telling you this. I’m not a sexist Bernie Bro. I’m nothing special, just someone who stopped believing the lies. You can do this too. I stand nothing to gain from lying to you, but the plutocrats who own your government and your media certainly do. Stop trusting these monsters. Stop believing the lies.
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Msg: 852
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Posted: 2/6/2018 12:40:29 AM

Well, I didn’t say “A President runs the IRS”, SO your statement is false.

You were pointing out some shenanigans within the IRS being a reflection of the massive corruption of the Obama Admin. The IRS doesn't operate within the Obama Admin (or Trump Admin). You'd have to point to a president's admin crossing the lines To push for such shenanigans within that dept, for it to be part of their corruption. If the IRS pulled some stunts on some liberal groups, and it got exposed -- I wouldn't think it's a by-product of massive corruption within the Trump admin. I'd need some evidence strongly showing that people within his admin were crossing the line into the IRS to have them do so.
Joined: 10/25/2017
Msg: 853
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Posted: 2/6/2018 4:16:18 AM

daynadaze - Msg: 869
What is Fox News saying about the stock market?

Can you take a guess?

Yup. Sean Hannity Found A Way To Blame Obama For The Stock Market Drop

President Barack Obama left office more than a year ago, but that didn’t stop Fox News host Sean Hannity from blaming him for the stock market slide.

On his Fox News radio show on Monday, Hannity said the market drop ― which at its worst saw the Dow industrials plunge by nearly 1,600 points and closing down 1,175 points for the day ― wasn’t the fault of President Donald Trump.

It’s his predecessor that’s to blame.

“Because the Obama economy was so weak all of these years, we had just artificially cheap money,” Hannity said, referring to a Fox News analysis he had seen on the cable network.

He explained that “cheap money” is from borrowing at “ridiculously low rates,” which he added must now end.

“The government has artificially, the Fed has artificially, kept the price of money down and the price of borrowing down, and now that’s going to come to an end.”

Then, he declared that the plunge ― which saw stocks erase all their 2018 gains ― is actually good.

“In many ways, it’s a sign of the strength of the economy more than anything else,” he said in comments posted online by Media Matters.
Joined: 1/13/2016
Msg: 854
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Posted: 2/6/2018 5:02:23 AM

Yup. Sean Hannity Found A Way To Blame Obama For The Stock Market Drop

Maybe Trump and Hannity are the same person. No way two people could be so dumb. Oh yes, never mind, Trump does still have supporters who believe this shiat. lol
Joined: 8/21/2017
Msg: 855
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Posted: 2/6/2018 5:27:06 AM
It is neither Trump nor Obama's fault. It all lies on the misfeasance of the Fed.
Joined: 10/25/2017
Msg: 856
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Posted: 2/6/2018 6:08:21 AM
Nunes just released a memo about the Dow Jones drop, exonerating Trump.
Joined: 10/25/2017
Msg: 857
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Posted: 2/6/2018 6:10:58 AM

Maybe Trump and Hannity are the same person. No way two people could be so dumb. Oh yes, never mind, Trump does still have supporters who believe this shiat. lol

Nunes just released a memo about the Dow Jones drop, exonerating Trump....
Joined: 8/21/2017
Msg: 858
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Posted: 2/6/2018 6:40:01 AM
I do want to correct that the trump tax cuts are they increase deficits which increase the need for government borrowing which will cause interest rates to go up even higher.
Joined: 10/25/2017
Msg: 859
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Posted: 2/7/2018 8:47:03 AM
So last week, our incompetent administration decided not to impose new sanctions on Russia for meddling in our 2016 election, while our dear leader said he doesn't believe Russia interfered, "because Putin say so". lol

Can someone explain why Rex Tillerson is now saying that Russia is already trying to meddle in the 2018 midterms? Me thinks Tillerson just called Comrade Trump a liar. lol
Joined: 12/13/2006
Msg: 860
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Posted: 2/8/2018 8:34:10 PM
News you didn't know you knew. . . .

Low-quality, extremist, sensationalist and conspiratorial news published in the US was overwhelmingly consumed and shared by rightwing social network users, according to a new study from the University of Oxford.

The study, from the university’s “computational propaganda project”, looked at the most significant sources of “junk news” shared in the three months leading up to Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address this January, and tried to find out who was sharing them and why.

“On Twitter, a network of Trump supporters consumes the largest volume of junk news, and junk news is the largest proportion of news links they share,” the researchers concluded. On Facebook, the skew was even greater. There, “extreme hard right pages – distinct from Republican pages – share more junk news than all the other audiences put together.”
Joined: 1/16/2018
Msg: 861
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Posted: 2/8/2018 8:59:51 PM
wooby, I bet you saw this on your computer:

by Kristina Wong7 Feb 2018990

Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal’s name is cropping up again, but this time, as a potential key figure involved with the Trump dossier and the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign.
Republican congressional investigators appear to be zeroing in on Blumenthal, and the role he may have played in feeding information that Trump dossier author Christopher Steele later presented to the FBI in its investigation of the Trump campaign.

The prospect of Blumenthal — a long-time Clinton operative — feeding information for an FBI investigation on the Trump campaign has caused alarm among Republican lawmakers in charge of oversight of the FBI and the Justice Department.

The Washington Post on Tuesday reported that Steele gave the FBI a report in October 2016 that he received from a State Department employee about Trump and Russia.
According to the Post, the report was written by Cody Shearer, a former journalist with close ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton, who gave it to Blumenthal, who gave it to State Department official Jonathan Winer, who gave it to Steele, who then gave it to the FBI.

Shearer’s report claimed a source inside the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) spy agency alleged that Trump had financial ties to influential Russians and that the FSB had evidence of him engaging in compromising personal behavior.
A lawyer for Winer, Lee Wolosky, told the Post his client told the Post his client’s actions were “grounded” in concerns that a candidate for the presidency may have been compromised by a hostile foreign power. Wolosky did not say why Winer gave the report to Steele instead of the FBI.

The Guardian, which has ties to ex-British spy Steele, also reported recently that Shearer wrote a report that was given to Steele. Shearer had also shared his report with “select media organizations before the election,” according to the British paper.

Blumenthal and Shearer’s names were first tied to the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign in a letter sent last month by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Crime and Terrorism Subcommittee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) to the Democratic National Committee.
Grassley and Graham wanted the DNC to disclose any communications with Blumenthal and Shearer from March 2016 to January 2017. Earlier this week, the two GOP senators released a redacted memo that described the transmission of a report from a Clinton friend to Steele:
“One memorandum by Mr. Steele that was not published by Buzzfeed is dated October 19, 2016. The report alleges [redacted], as well as [redacted]. Mr. Steele’s memorandum states that his company “received this report from [redacted] U.S. State Department,” that the report was the second in a series, and that the report was information that came from a foreign sub-source who ‘is in touch with [redacted], a contact of [redacted], a friend of the Clintons, who passed it to [redacted].”

They added, “It is troubling enough that the Clinton Campaign funded Mr. Steele’s work, but that these Clinton associates were contemporaneously feeding Mr. Steele allegations raises additional concerns about his credibility.”
Since the names are redacted by the FBI, they cannot be disclosed publicly by those who have seen them. Lawmakers who have seen the unredacted versions have danced around who they are.
When asked on FOX News’s The Story, House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) told anchor Martha MacCallum that she was “really warm” if she believed that Blumenthal was part of the chain of information to Steele described by Grassley and Graham.

“I’m trying to think how Secretary Clinton defined him. I think she said he was an old friend who emailed her from time to time,” he said on Tuesday.
MacCallum then asked, “Sidney Blumenthal?” Gowdy responded, “That’d be really warm. You’re warm. Yeah.”
House Judiciary Committee member Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) also mentioned Blumenthal and Shearer’s role on Fox & Friends on Tuesday.
“What it looks like is, they paid Steele to put together the dossier and told him what to put in,” he said.
Micah Morin, chief investigative reporter at Judicial Watch, questioned whether Shearer and Blumenthal were also behind the dossier’s sources. He wrote:
According to the Guardian, Steele provided ‘a copy [of the Shearer report] because it corresponded with what he had separately heard from his own independent sources.’ If the reporting here is accurate, that’s quite a coincidence—that Cody Shearer and Christopher Steele were hearing the same things from different sources at pretty much the same time. A closer look at timelines and sources might be revealing. If Sid and Cody are behind the original Russian dossier sources, that would be big news indeed.

“It’s an astonishing, convoluted and somewhat circular chain of custody in which a Clinton source, that is Shearer and Blumenthal, gives it to the former, to the State Department where she used to be Secretary of State, who gives it to Christopher Steele, who’s being paid by the Clinton campaign, who then gives it to the FBI,” the Washington Examiner‘s Chief Political Correspondent Byron York said on the Hugh Hewitt radio show Wednesday.
Blumenthal has a known history of smearing opponents of the Clintons.
During Bill Clinton’s impeachment crisis, as one of Clinton’s special advisers, he spread rumors that one of independent counsel Kenneth Starr’s prosecutors abused young boys at a Christian summer camp and that Monica Lewinsky was stalking the president, according to the Observer. He also spread rumors that Colin Powell’s wife suffered from clinical depression and was unfit to be a first lady, according to publication.

As a former journalist, Blumenthal also used his media contacts to give the Clintons a heads up about forthcoming stories, and advised the Clinton campaign in 2008 to target then-candidate Sen. Barack Obama’s (D-IL) ties to Reverend Jeremiah Wright and Louis Farrakhan.
After Obama White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel refused to allow Blumenthal to join the Clinton State Department, he became a Clinton Foundation consultant, earning at least $120,000 a year. He continued to advise her in a number of areas, according to emails released by the State Department.
Less is known about Shearer. According to a recent article in the Washington Times, he was dubbed “Mr. Fixer” for Bill and Hillary Clinton and was a “workmate” of Blumenthal.

Shearer went from a journalist decades ago to foreign policy freelancer – once trying to broker some sort of peace deal in Bosnia, although he was not a U.S. official, – and working with Blumenthal to supply intelligence on Libya to Clinton when she was secretary of state. According to investigative journalist Sara Carter, Shearer worked in the 1990s for President Bill Clinton.
Nonprofit investigative journalism outlet ProPublica described Shearer as “a longtime Clinton family operative — his brother was an ambassador under Bill Clinton and his now-deceased sister was married to Clinton State Department official Strobe Talbott — who was in close contact with Blumenthal.”
According to Judicial Watch’s Morin, Shearer “has a long history of dirty tricks.”
“He’s been linked to Whitewater-era efforts to dirty up Bill Clinton critics; to shakedown politics involving the Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian tribe; and to fronting for Bosnian Serb butcher Radovan Karadzic,” he wrote.
As the Times has noted, for whom Shearer produced his anti-Trump report is unclear.

Even less known about Jonathan Winer. Winer served as the State Department’s Special Envoy for Libya and Senior Advisor for MEK resettlement, according to the State Department website.
According to CNN, Winer worked with Steele from 2014 through 2016. Steele reportedly provided Winer with reports related to the conflict in Ukraine and Russia as a courtesy.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA), who led efforts to show that senior FBI and DOJ officials relied on the dossier to get a surveillance warrant on a former Trump campaign adviser, has said there will be a forthcoming memo on the State Department’s role in the FBI’s investigation of Trump, but has not said when that might be released.
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Msg: 862
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Posted: 2/8/2018 9:35:19 PM
It's just hilarious to see.the very thing talked about posted immediately after.
Joined: 3/1/2008
Msg: 863
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Posted: 2/8/2018 11:05:50 PM

It's just hilarious to see.the very thing talked about posted immediately after.

You rarely post nowadays... I'd almost think that when you did post you might attempt at contributing something with a bit of thought that might cause others to ask themselves questions>
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 864
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Posted: 2/18/2018 8:41:37 AM

You rarely post nowadays... I'd almost think that when you did post you might attempt at contributing something with a bit of thought that might cause others to ask themselves questions>

I have a question.

Was it your intention to appear ironic or did you just fail to see that you just attempted to insult someone by doing exactly what they did?


Today on fox news, they attempt to deflect from the fact that the Russians attempted to influence the election and the fact that tRump is not imposing any sanctions proves that he is a traitor.
Joined: 1/16/2018
Msg: 865
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Posted: 2/18/2018 9:25:23 AM
By Joseph Weber:

Some Republicans are claiming the new FBI federal indictments in the Russia probe prove that the Obama administration “failed to act” on the intelligence that Moscow’s meddling in U.S. elections began in 2014
U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., now chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, pointed out Friday that the committee has investigated Russian “influence” on campaigns for “many years.” He said he’s warned others about such threats since 2014, when he was a rank-and-file member of the committee.
“Although the Obama administration failed to act on the committee’s warnings, it’s gratifying to see that Russian agents involved in these operations have now been identified and indicted,” said Nunes. He argued in April 2016 that the United States’ failing to predict Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intentions was “the biggest intelligence failure that we’ve had since 9/11.”

Former U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, now a Fox News contributor, suggested Saturday that the indictment shows that at least two top Obama administration intelligence officials -- CIA Director John Brennan and National Intelligence Director James Clapper -- “weren’t on top” of the Russia threat.

A federal grand jury on Friday indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies for allegedly interfering in the 2016 presidential election. The case brought by Robert Mueller, special counsel for the Justice Department, details a plot to wage “information warfare” against the U.S. starting in at least 2014.

U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., argued in April 2016 that the Obama administration's failing to predict Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intentions was “the biggest intelligence failure that we’ve had since 9/11.”
The Russian nationals are accused of setting a “strategic goal to sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 presidential election,” according to the indictment.

The indictment marks the first charges against Russian nationals as part of Mueller’s probe into whether President Trump and/or his associates colluded with Russians during the 2016 elections.
The Justice Department made clear in its case that the indictments do not allege Russian interference changed the outcome of the 2016 elections nor do they allege Americans were complicit.

“There is no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. There is no allegation in the indictment that the charged conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election,” said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversees the special counsel probe.
The defendants are also accused of spreading derogatory information about Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, which combined with Rosenstein’s statement prompted a response from Trump.
“Russia started their anti-US campaign in 2014, long before I announced that I would run for President. The results of the election were not impacted. The Trump campaign did nothing wrong - no collusion!,” he tweeted Friday.

The indictments -- following months of revelations about Russia’s proven attempts to disrupt U.S. elections -- also brought back former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s assertion in a 2010 book that Russia is the U.S.’s biggest geo-political threat.

“You said Russia, not al Qaeda,” then-President Barack Obama charged during a 2012 presidential debate with Romney. “And the 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because the Cold War's been over for 20 years."
Chaffetz on Saturday also doubted that the Russian influence changed the outcome of the 2016 elections and said, “I guess Mitt Romney was right.”

^^^^^^^Wow, the Obama "legacy" continues to spiral downward. The last three paragraphs^^^^^^ shows how ignorant that administration was.
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Msg: 866
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Posted: 2/18/2018 10:59:38 AM

-Yeah, we know what your president says, johnny, but then again, he also previously said "there was no meddling in the election" ,
and that it was just the "democrats excuse for losing the election".

-Even after the FBI confirmed that they had.
He still preferred to believe Putin.
He still won't allow any new sanctions against Russia, and he still tried to remove Obama's.

Although, as ever, he now claims he "didn't say that. "
He also said "Mexico was gonna pay for the wall".
He says a lot of things.
He also "promised" to be faithful to his wives, all three of them too.
But he still had to pay porn stars for sex.

He also said "no one in my campaign has talked to any Russians at all".
And then Flynn had to resign, and get indicted for lying.
And then little Donny jr, and Kushner, and Manfart had their meetings, with all those.... erm russians
And even then, big Donny wrote a note saying it was "about adoption",
And then little Donny released the emails, which showed it was about colluding with the "Russian Government Lawyer" to obtain information about Hillary, which would "help your father " and that it was "part of the russian governments support for the trump campaign".

He's like all crooks, he'll lie, and he'll continue to lie, even when he's in prison.

Mueller has played an absolute blinder with these Russian indictments first. IMO.
It means that trump can't now fire him, or close down the investigation, or continue to try and discredit it,
-without it being even more obvious ( than it already is, ) that he's working for Russia.

He's fvcked johnny, he's going down.
His frenetic tweeting about this, just shows how hysterical he must be getting now.
I'd say the first charges will come within the next month.
I can't wait.
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 867
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Posted: 2/18/2018 11:04:05 AM

“Russia started their anti-US campaign in 2014, long before I announced that I would run for President. The results of the election were not impacted. The Trump campaign did nothing wrong - no collusion!,” he tweeted Friday.


As filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on November 11, 2012, application TRMP 1207224 read:

MARK: MAKE AMERICAN GREAT AGAIN APPLICANT: Donald J. Trump ADDRESS: 725 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022 ENTITY: A United State citizen

So what do we know as a proven fact/s -

The Russians attempted to interfere with the 2016 election.

tRump has refused to enact sanctions for those actions.

So basically, if you support tRump you are saying that you are ok with the Russians attempting to influence elections or you are one of the dumbest people in the USA.
Joined: 8/26/2017
Msg: 868
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Posted: 2/18/2018 4:05:01 PM

or you are one of the dumbest people in the USA.

That would only be possible because youare not an American.

You are a Canadian so eager to point out all the faults with American people and their politics. Why not take on our own problems and fix them first????
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 870
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Posted: 2/18/2018 6:11:44 PM

That would only be possible because youare not an American.

So because I do not live permanently in the USA that makes you the dumbest person there?

You really should get the help of an adult before you hit submit.

You are a Canadian so eager to point out all the faults with American people and their politics. Why not take on our own problems and fix them first????

Right to the logical fallacies, great jorb becky.
Joined: 8/26/2017
Msg: 871
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Posted: 2/19/2018 1:52:20 AM
Becky? Who the hell is Becky.

Oh Frank, you are not nearly as cleaver nor as smart as you imagine yourself to be. I am not Becky. Hell, I am not even a woman. I don't know who this Becky is that you refer to.

You would be familiar with some of my former profiles. A couple you are likely sorry you tangled with. But keep guessing if you must. I know you have nothing better to do than troll these forums. OH! Wait! Maybe you should look into joining TA (Trolls Anonymous) You would be welcome with open arms.

In the mean time I will let you get back to your stupidity. I will not get into an argument with you because there is no argument worth it when arguing with stupidity.

Now you can fire back some stupid argument you perceive as a cleaver. You won't troll me into another reply.

See you in the funny pages!
Joined: 2/7/2018
Msg: 872
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Posted: 2/19/2018 7:27:22 AM
this you: "Oh Frank, you are not nearly as cleaver nor as smart as you imagine yourself to be. I am not Becky. Hell, I am not even a woman. I don't know who this Becky is that you refer to."

Also you" I will not get into an argument with you because there is no argument worth it when arguing with stupidity."

Thanks for going out of your way claiming that you would not go out of your way.

I can only assume some invisible man in the sky told you to say that.
Joined: 1/16/2018
Msg: 873
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Posted: 2/19/2018 3:45:50 PM
Jonathan Turley, a George Washington University Law School professor, said Friday's indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian companies for alleged election interference does not necessarily vindicate President Trump, but it does support his claim that there was no collusion between his presidential campaign and Russia.

On "Fox & Friends" Monday morning, Turley explained that the indictment states that Russian operatives attempted to sow discord in the American electoral process by posing as American citizens and creating fake social media accounts, but no Americans willingly participated in the scheme.

According to the indictment, some of the defendants posing as Americans communicated “with unwitting members, volunteers and supporters of the Trump campaign involved in local community outreach, as well as grassroots groups that supported then-candidate Trump."
Turley said the word "unwitting" is critical, because it reinforces that there is no evidence of knowing interaction between Trump officials and the Russian operation.

"It's been a year, there's been multiple plea agreements, multiple indictments, and there really has been no nexus drawn to the campaign," he said.
He added the investigation will continue, but the fact that no evidence of collusion has been found can only be viewed as "supportive" of Trump's case.
"I think that people are engaging in willful blindness to ignore this is a fairly significant admission," Turley said.


If Trump is guilty of a truly impeachable issue then justice should be served. If not, then Turley's last sentence is ringing truer and truer right now........"I think that people are engaging in willful blindness to ignore this is a fairly significant admission," Turley said.<<<<<<<<< Lots of democratic blindness going on right now!
Joined: 2/16/2018
Msg: 874
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Posted: 2/19/2018 3:54:34 PM
Didn't Trump go around the world to claim, America First, and that America will defend itself just as any other country would? If so..why isn't Trump angry about what is being discovered about Russia, and defending America over it? Why isn't he tweeting about "Little Putin", like he insults the leader of North Korea?
Joined: 8/26/2017
Msg: 875
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Posted: 2/19/2018 3:58:11 PM
Frank, Frank, Frank… You just will not learn will you.

You challenged me and dared me to try to delete you a few years ago. Said I didn’t have the kahunas, or some such thing.

So how do you like those kahunas Frank?!?? Even though I said I wouldn’t get you for a year or so after I gave your LOLTrump profile the time out in August last year you were just spinning out of control this time - again. Hell, you came out of the gates already out of control with this profile. I have left alone all the other profiles between then and now, it is just that you were totally out of control.

You really should seek professional help Frank.

Think I will delete the LOLTrumpf profile. Had my fun with it.

See you next time Frank! (In the funny pages)
J. Cash
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