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Old February 28th, 2018, 06:40 PM   #21
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The Trump Russia collusion is now OFFICIALLY done.

The wicked witch of the East is now accusing Trump of IGNORING the problem, not being a part of it.
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Old February 28th, 2018, 11:01 PM   #22
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The Trump Russia collusion is now OFFICIALLY done.
The wicked witch of the East is now accusing Trump of IGNORING the problem, not being a part of it.
Trying to translate Trumptard, the wicked witch? Accusing Trump of ignoring the problem? Not being a part of it?
Honestly, whoever the wicked witch is, The Fact is Trump is ignoring the Russian Take over of our Democratic Voting System and Trump is ignoring that fact.
Yesterday McMaster on camera stated that the White House has taken no action to Stop the Russians from HACKING the '18 Election.
As usual, you're 180 degrees out of the truth, the Fact is Trump is in the Exact Center of it ALL.
Until Muleller presents all his Evidence and serves all his Subpoena's, and all the Perpetrators have been on the stand, including Donald Trump, currently POTUS, the Russia investigation is Wide Open.
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Old March 8th, 2018, 11:28 AM   #23
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The Trump Russia collusion is now OFFICIALLY done.

The wicked witch of the East is now accusing Trump of IGNORING the problem, not being a part of it.
Another statement meant to distract... Wonder who directs these statements, Clinton or the Clinton news network?
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Another statement meant to distract... Wonder who directs these statements, Clinton or the Clinton news network?
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Check your facts with cnnnn ,hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
what is it opposites day?

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None a bigger joke than get your facts from cnnnnnn.
Oh hang on i made a mistake. They are facts! To the puppets that follow money.
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The wicked witch of the East is now accusing Trump of IGNORING the problem, not being a part of it.
Wicked bitter bitch of the east and that makes obama fly my pretty.
with 576 votes hillary was in 7th place https://www.ranker.com/list/resting-....dubner?page=2
And trump is way down the list in 13th place.
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Just more Republican Alternate Fact's.
Tick, Tick, Tick......Getting closer to November 6'th.
Pennsylvania will be a 20 point or more swing today, another devastating defeat for this Russian Spy.




Good Riddance to the Craven, Dishonest, Deeply Stupid House Russia Investigation


The Republican majority of the House Intelligence Committee announced on Monday that it was ending its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and would be issuing a number of findings favorable to President Donald Trump. The announcement—made without the knowledge of the Democratic members—contradicted the assessment of career officials and analysts in the intelligence community and confirmed that the committee never intended to do the job it was tasked with doing. It was a fitting end to a sham inquiry, one in which Republican leaders cravenly renounced their obligation to protect our country.

A one-page summary of the committee’s upcoming draft report absolves Trump and his campaign of collusion charges and disputes the intelligence community’s findings “with respect to Putin’s supposed preference for candidate Trump.”

The findings were so premature and ludicrous that one of the GOP members who publicly backed the majority’s work contradicted that central conclusion in a television interview on Monday night, appearing not to know what was in the draft report he was supposed to be signing off on.

When told of the report’s finding that the Russians meddled in the election, but not to help Trump, Florida Rep. Tom Rooney expressed disbelief that such a blatantly partisan finding could possibly be in his own report. “I think it’s far more objective than that,” he told CNN’s Erin Burnett during an astonishing interview “I just don’t know where this conclusion is coming from that we have concluded that we don’t see anything that the Russians were intending to hurt Hillary and help Trump.”


Where this conclusion came from, as Rooney should understand, is an unscrupulous committee that has done its work in total secrecy. “We disagree with the narrative that they were trying to help Trump,” the Republican leader of the House committee, Texas Rep. K. Michael Conaway, told reporters on Monday.

That narrative is supported by an intelligence report from Jan. 6, 2017—days before Trump took office—in which the Office of the Director of National Intelligence noted that Russia had indeed “aspired to help President-elect Trump’s chances of victory.” On Monday, the current office of the DNI, led by Trump appointee Dan Coates, announced it was “stand[ing] by its January 2017 assessment.”



When asked again if he disagreed with that finding, Rooney said “not at all.”

“Certainly we’ve seen a lot of evidence and propaganda over the last year that shows that the Russians were trying to damage Hillary Clinton,” he told CNN, again contradicting the conclusions of his own committee’s report.

Just last month, special counsel Robert Mueller unveiled an indictment against 13 Russian individuals and three companies describing reams of evidence that they had sought to support Trump and damage Clinton through a social media propaganda campaign. That investigation is also reportedly gathering evidence about Russia’s hack of the Democratic National Committee and attempts to release emails damaging to Clinton.

Rooney’s confusion underlines what a patently partisan farce the committee became under chairman Devin Nunes, who has consistently sought to transform the group into a public relations arm of the Trump White House. Just under a year ago, Nunes handed the reins of the investigation to Conaway and others after he was shown to be acting as a conduit for the delivery of White House talking points meant to bolster Trump’s slanderous accusation that “Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower.” After a House ethics investigation cleared him in December of releasing classified information as part of that episode, Nunes came back to the committee. Upon his return, he released a memo smearing Justice Department officials which Trump’s own FBI called misleading.
Nunes, who served as part of Trump’s transition team, has attempted to divert the House committee’s investigation from day one. Early in the investigation, he vigorously defended former Trump aides who have since been indicted or pled guilty to serious crimes, such as Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn. At one of the committee’s earliest meetings, held one year ago next week, he called the intelligence community’s assessment that Russia had supported his party “preposterous.”



It was a preview of Monday’s announcement and demonstrated the obvious extent to which Nunes had prejudged the investigation. Ahead of that March 2017 hearing, Nunes previewed another one of the committee’s findings, saying there was no evidence of conclusion. Since then, a whole lot of such evidence has emerged. This includes Donald Trump Jr.’s email with Russian cutouts saying he would “love” information that would “incriminate Hillary”—information that was offered as “part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.” It also includes the subsequent meeting between Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, Manafort and Russians who were promising that incriminating material on Clinton, as well as Trump foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos’ contacts with Russians promising “dirt” on Hillary Clinton available in “thousands of emails.”

On Monday, Conaway casually dismissed this damning evidence as “inadvertent contacts with each other, meetings, whatever.”

In his own response, the ranking Democratic member on the committee, Rep. Adam Schiff, explained that the majority refused to “subpoena documents like phone records, text messages, bank records and other key records so that we might determine the truth.” Schiff added, “The Majority was not willing to pursue the facts wherever they would lead, would prove afraid to compel witnesses like Steve Bannon, Hope Hicks, Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump Jr., Corey Lewandowski and so many others to answer questions relevant to our investigation.”

As the New York Times reported, the committee chose not to call other key witnesses. Trump Jr., who has repeatedly lied about his knowledge of Russia’s determination to help his father’s campaign, stonewalled the committee by citing attorney-client privilege in refusing to discuss conversations with the president. Rather than subpoena Trump Jr. and other hostile witnesses, the Republicans on the Intelligence Committee decided to just take their word for it.

The committee closed its investigation as we’re learning more about various questionable episodes, such as a recently reported meeting in the Seychelles between Trump representative Erik Prince and a key Putin ally that may have been meant to set up a backchannel between Trump’s transition team and Russia. If we get to the truth about any of this, it won’t because of the House Intelligence Committee. “If the Russians do have leverage over the President of the United States, the Majority has simply decided it would rather not know,” Schiff said.

That will be the legacy of Nunes and other Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee: When they were called on to uncover the truth about Russia and the Trump campaign, they chose to abnegate their duty. Good riddance to an investigation that was equal parts dishonest and pointless.

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There's a wonderful video clip of Trump Jr shoveling ice cream into his mouth and giving five word answers to the Press(we're not here for that), while stumping in Pennsylvania yesterday, so much winning


The policy stakes in Pennsylvania’s special election on Tuesday are about as low as you can get. Democrat Conor Lamb and Republican Rick Saccone are competing to be the most junior member of Congress for less than ten months, after which this western Pennsylvania district will no longer exist. The GOP will still control the House during that time, regardless of the outcome. And the winner will need to immediately return to the campaign trail, where his path to a full term will almost certainly run through a primary challenger, a multiterm incumbent, and a newly redrawn district.

Yet the outcome of the race does matter in the bigger picture, mostly because everyone is acting like it does. Both Republicans and Democrats have poured their time, energy, and resources into this race in the hopes they can eke out a victory and declare it a bellwether. And while that doesn’t mean the race will actually prove to be one, all that spending and stumping has turned it into a high-profile test of how each side’s message is playing today. Both parties will take whatever lesson they learn—or think they have learned—from this deep-red, working-class district and carry it into the midterms.



Reacting without overreacting may prove difficult, given the investment. Outside GOP groups, panicked by Saccone’s meager fundraising and fearing national embarrassment, have spent more than $9 million on this race. Outside Democratic groups have spent far less, but individual donors—many from outside the district—have given nearly $4 million to Lamb.

Both parties have also sent in their top surrogates. National Democrats have been reluctant to intervene too closely with Lamb’s campaign, but the party’s resident white-guy whisperer, Joe Biden, appeared with Lamb last week to bolster his case with the kind of working-class voters who make up much of the district, which spans from suburban Pittsburgh to the West Virginia border. The former vice president offered up a personal endorsement that other candidates will have trouble capturing: “He reminds me of my son Beau.”

Meanwhile, the president himself has staked some political capital on Saccone. Donald Trump made his second campaign stop for the Republican on Saturday night, and while he offered only tepid praise, the president’s mere presence means the results will be closely watched as the party considers how to deploy its most polarizing force this year. Several members of Trump’s inner circle have paid their own visits, including Mike Pence, Kellyanne Conway, and even Donald Jr. and Ivanka.


The parade of Trump officials hasn’t moved the needle much for Saccone, so the White House also brought along some pork. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke made a surprise visit to the area in his official capacity last month to announce a $300 million national program to reclaim abandoned coal mines, about $56 million of which is to be spent in Pennsylvania. The Trump administration was careful to hold the event just outside the district line, but Saccone was right there beside Zinke and one of those big novelty checks.

And, in case that doesn’t work, Republicans have been sharpening their knives to stab Saccone in the back. A number of anonymous GOP officials last week painted Saccone, a state representative, as an uncharismatic political rube who has required the national party to hold his hand on everything from messaging to fundraising. While that very well may be true, the pre-emptive public defense suggests they remain terrified of Tuesday’s outcome.

That Pennsylvania’s 18th District is even competitive is truly remarkable. In 2002, Republican Tim Murphy won his first race in the district by 20 points and then went on to win his next five by an average of 26 points, before running unopposed in the past two cycles. (The loudly anti-abortion Murphy resigned from Congress last fall after a local newspaper reported that he had encouraged a woman he had an affair with to have an abortion.) Mitt Romney won the district by 17 points in 2012, and Donald Trump took it by 19 points four years later.

Yet the special election looks like a toss-up today. Gravis, which has been tracking the race for months, has seen Saccone’s advantage fall from double digits into the margin of error in just three months, and now most models have Lamb with a lead.


The close race has Democrats wondering whether Lamb could be a model for how to win in other Rust Belt districts. As I noted last month, Lamb looks like something the DCCC might design in a lab to win in a district like this one. He’s a Marine veteran. He talks about Jesus. He goes to gun shows. He’s speaks fondly of fracking but not of Nancy Pelosi. He’s pro-union but does not support raising the federal minimum wage to $15. He’s personally against abortion, but for a woman’s right to choose. He’s in favor of tougher background checks but isn’t ready to ban assault rifles. And like his opponent, he’s even voiced qualified support for Trump’s new tariffs on steel and aluminum.

All of that has played well in western Pennsylvania, but it does raise the question of whether Democrats would be able to replicate Lamb’s campaign elsewhere. Candidates like Lamb are difficult to find, and they’re not necessarily the ones who are most likely to emerge from a competitive primary process in districts that are conservative but not quite as dark red as this one, including in Texas and Iowa.

Beware, then, of anyone offering grand prognostications on Tuesday night. If you’re looking for a takeaway from Pennsylvania, the biggest one may be that candidates still matter. Trump’s unpopularity certainly put this deep-red district in play, but it’s Lamb’s strength as a candidate that has made it a nail-biter. That doesn’t bode well for Republicans, who have to defend a slew of open seats and have struggled to recruit top-tier candidates, while Democrats have a crop of energized hopefuls. That disparity in itself won’t guarantee a Blue Wave this fall, of course. But it will be the latest sign in a string of them that point to the possibility.
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Just more Republican Alternate Fact's.
Tick, Tick, Tick......Getting closer to November 6'th.
Pennsylvania will be a 20 point or more swing today, another devastating defeat for this Russian Spy.

Na na na na,
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Run Run Away Peter Pan..... Go Find your NeverLand. LOLOLOL
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That link leads to this Email, after reading that links alternate fact's.



Which is about the Bush 43 kids, and their starting an investigation, about someone (?) being paid to work for a campaign, campaigns also pay workers, read it.

Chelsea also worked for a nonprofit foundation, and was paid, nonprofit foundations pay the workers, it's a long stretch between Chelsea being paid for work and a foundation donating money, Assange simply points at the above link which eventually leads to the email I pasted, and the email was in 2014, the wedding was in 2012,, this is just misinformation, by misinformed sources.

Get over it, Hillary lost, Trump s a Russian Spy, Manafort is going to Spy Jail, unless he turns over on Trump, we can only hope...Hope Hicks is in front of a Grand Jury, Today, one can only HOPE
only difference is trump is doin it to benefit American citizens also
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Some people hope for the great ship United States to sink, forget that they on on that ship because it is so big... Want themselves to drown. bozo and Hillary tried to sink her, couldn't do it. The ship is running better now thanks to TRUMP!
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This is such an uninformed opinion, Trump is lining his pockets and destroying the careers and lives of anyone that touches him, always has always will, but your Ostrich opinion is always welcome, humor is great for digestion.
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Let's just look at the State of the Nation when Bush finally left the White House, it was cratering, Unemployment was Rampant, The National Dept was Overwhelming, We were in the worst Depression since the Thirtys, Right, all Fact's.
But Trumptards don't understand Facts, Obama turned the Nation Around, Clinton left the Obama Administration in 2013, She certainly helped to drive the Economy and Administration into the ground while not in office, what a magician.
The Economy was doing great when she left, well, as good as could be expected with a Republican House and Senate stopping anything and everything the Obama Administration wanted to do for the good of the Nation, but what do Facts matter when Alternate Facts are all Trumptards understand?

At this point....We now have a one trillion dollar amount added to the Deficit each year for the next Ten years to pay for the "Tax Cut", good job Trump.

Health Care is going to increase by multiples, soon, good job Trump.

A Tariff, great, History has proven the cost of Stupid Economic Moves, Trumptards have no capability to ascertain Fact's about History, they just Ascertain Immediate Relief, Now the rest of the world will adjust their Tariffs accordingly, good job Trump.

Tillerson got fired for speaking out against Russia, the same Russia that hacked the Election and is Hacking the next Election, and Republicans are helping them, Right, Obama was destroying the US, good job Trump.

Pompeo is going to head the State Department, great, now the CIA will run the State Department, the Diplomocy of the United States is now going to be run by the CIA, just like Russia, we are Russia, good job Trump.

What's that, another Republican District flipped yesterday, by 20 plus points, in the Reddest State, must be 42 Districts in a row, November 6'th is coming right up, Trump is "Winning" at the ballot box, the public is voting out a Loser, the sooner the better, good job Trump.
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I heard some more good news about trump and the economy and it came from a usually anti trump media.
I hope he exposes the real reason for chemtrails soon,because he is certainly brave enough to do it going by his track record so far.
He is brave for even a young bloke. Take into consideration his age and hes the man of steel.
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I hope he exposes the real reason for chemtrails soon,because he is certainly brave enough to do it going by his track record so far.
He is brave for even a young bloke. Take into consideration his age and hes the man of steel.
Trump is tough. He fired some people the other day because they did not agree with him. Trump did not become the man he is by keeping people around that do not want to follow his lead. He gets what he wants or someone hits the road so someone else can pull the required load like he wants it pulled.
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Let's factually look at the career of Donald Trump.
The 55++ people that have left the White House so far...are either under investigation by the FBI or CIA or about to be, very few will have a career in their field going forward.


June 2016 found that over the previous three decades, current United States president Donald Trump and his businesses have been involved in 3,500 legal cases in U.S. federal courts and state court, an unprecedented number for a U.S. presidential candidate. Of the 3,500 suits, Trump or one of his companies were plaintiffs in 1,900; defendants in 1,450; and bankruptcy, third party, or other in 150. Trump was named in at least 169 suits in federal court. A number of other cases (over 150) were in the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida (covering Broward County, Florida) since 1983. In about 500 cases, judges dismissed plaintiffs' claims against Trump. In hundreds more, cases ended with the available public record unclear about the resolution.

The topics of the legal cases include contract disputes, defamation claims, and allegations of sexual harassment. Trump's companies have been involved in more than 100 tax disputes, and on "at least three dozen" occasions the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has obtained tax liens against Trump properties for nonpayment of taxes. On a number of occasions, Trump has threatened legal action but did not ultimately follow through.

Although Trump has said that he "never" settles legal claims, Trump and his businesses have settled with plaintiffs in at least 100 cases (mostly involving personal injury claims arising from injuries at Trump properties), with settlements ranging as high as the hundreds of thousands of U.S. dollars and recently as high as the tens of millions of dollars.

Among the most well-known Trump legal cases was the Trump University litigation. Three legal actions were brought alleging fraud, one by the New York State Attorney General and the others by class action plaintiffs. In November 2016, Trump agreed to pay $25 million to settle the litigation.




The only Traitor here, well the Traitor's here are all the Posers aligned with Russia, including but not limited to the Republican Senate for the most part, Certainly the White House....let's not forget the NRA 30 Million Dollars and climbing...The Trumptards and the White Religious Right aren't involved with Russia, they are simply in a position to try to attach themselves to any "bright light or loud noise", really, how stupid do you have to be to be fooled "Hook Line and Sinker" by a Scheming Fraud.

I can't "Fix" any Trumptards, no one can, but I can lead them to Water.

Quantoo, you're Special, you've go"Chemtrails" going for you, you're one in 10 million, you're Special, I rather hope the Australian Authorities don't allow you to handle firearms.
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The 55++ people that have left the White House so far...are either under investigation by the FBI or CIA or about to be, very few will have a career in their field going forward.


June 2016 found that over the previous three decades, current United States president Donald Trump and his businesses have been involved in 3,500 legal cases in U.S. federal courts and state court, an unprecedented number for a U.S. presidential candidate. Of the 3,500 suits, Trump or one of his companies were plaintiffs in 1,900; defendants in 1,450; and bankruptcy, third party, or other in 150. Trump was named in at least 169 suits in federal court. A number of other cases (over 150) were in the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida (covering Broward County, Florida) since 1983. In about 500 cases, judges dismissed plaintiffs' claims against Trump. In hundreds more, cases ended with the available public record unclear about the resolution.

The topics of the legal cases include contract disputes, defamation claims, and allegations of sexual harassment. Trump's companies have been involved in more than 100 tax disputes, and on "at least three dozen" occasions the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has obtained tax liens against Trump properties for nonpayment of taxes. On a number of occasions, Trump has threatened legal action but did not ultimately follow through.

Although Trump has said that he "never" settles legal claims, Trump and his businesses have settled with plaintiffs in at least 100 cases (mostly involving personal injury claims arising from injuries at Trump properties), with settlements ranging as high as the hundreds of thousands of U.S. dollars and recently as high as the tens of millions of dollars.

Among the most well-known Trump legal cases was the Trump University litigation. Three legal actions were brought alleging fraud, one by the New York State Attorney General and the others by class action plaintiffs. In November 2016, Trump agreed to pay $25 million to settle the litigation.




The only Traitor here, well the Traitor's here are all the Posers aligned with Russia, including but not limited to the Republican Senate for the most part, Certainly the White House....let's not forget the NRA 30 Million Dollars and climbing...The Trumptards and the White Religious Right aren't involved with Russia, they are simply in a position to try to attach themselves to any "bright light or loud noise", really, how stupid do you have to be to be fooled "Hook Line and Sinker" by a Scheming Fraud.

I can't "Fix" any Trumptards, no one can, but I can lead them to Water.

Quantoo, you're Special, you've go"Chemtrails" going for you, you're one in 10 million, you're Special, I rather hope the Australian Authorities don't allow you to handle firearms.
I can easily get a gun licence. why would i bother in country that dosent support self defence?
I am special and so is everybody. I learn from my mistakes and im not a follower ,i think for myself.We have plenty of chemtrails ,flouride ,immunisaions and other stuff to keep us sick and dumb also dont worry its only the first hundred years thats hard and it will be over soon.
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