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  • Hodor314
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Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« on: June 04, 2018, 07:29:17 pm »
First the Trumpsters were like.... and then they said.... and then they were like...  :rolleyes:

1. No communication with Russia
2. No communication *we're aware of*
3. No *planned* communication
4. Planned meeting, but not regarding campaign
5. Was regarding campaign, but no good info
6. Trump never knew about meeting
7. Collusion isn't crime
8. No info was used
9. Trump dictated meeting
10. Even if crimes happened, Trump can pardon himself.
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11. Anyone's guess?


  • gogators!
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Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2018, 09:44:08 pm »
He (and his lawyers) are acting more and more like his guilt is a foregone conclusion.


Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2018, 08:01:13 am »
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8. No info was used

You mean no evidence was transmitted. There is still not one bit of evidence of any communication between the Trump team and Russia.

Can you explain to me why it's okay for the Clinton campaign to use Russian sources to insinuate there's a Trump-Russia connection? Isn't that collusion?


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Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2018, 08:04:55 am »
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8. No info was used



Can you explain to me why it's okay for the Clinton campaign to use Russian sources to insinuate there's a Trump-Russia connection? Isn't that collusion?

Who are these Clinton sources you speak of? Surely not the Steele Dossier?
Aren't we done with that already?
You really need to stop making s**t up and enough with the Clinton deflection already!
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Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #4 on: June 05, 2018, 08:33:02 am »
Who are these Clinton sources you speak of? Surely not the Steele Dossier?
Aren't we done with that already?
The Inspector General of the FBI isn't done with it. In fact they're opening up an investigation into whether the basis for the FISA warrant was legitimate. If not, it would mean that the Obama Administration in connection with the Clinton campaign used the justice system to serve up a false story of Trump-Russia collusion in order to spy on the Trump campaign and deceiving the American people about it. This would be worse than Watergate.


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Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #5 on: June 05, 2018, 08:42:13 am »
Who are these Clinton sources you speak of? Surely not the Steele Dossier?
Aren't we done with that already?
The Inspector General of the FBI isn't done with it. In fact they're opening up an investigation into whether the basis for the FISA warrant was legitimate. If not, it would mean that the Obama Administration in connection with the Clinton campaign used the justice system to serve up a false story of Trump-Russia collusion in order to spy on the Trump campaign and deceiving the American people about it. This would be worse than Watergate.

I thought "Spygate" was worse than Watergate?


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Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #6 on: June 05, 2018, 12:11:13 pm »
Van Jones was already secretly recorded saying it was a big nothing burger.  Also, as nothing is found on Russia, the Mueller probe set up for this has gone looking for other dirt when the evidence of Russia has not turned up.  I have yet to see him investigate spying on the Trump campaign.  I guess it just shows he's not even handed and fair investigating all accusations.  (Even though he has investigated other things already not related to the Russia accusations, but only things negative to the Trump administration.)


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Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #7 on: June 05, 2018, 01:35:06 pm »
Who are these Clinton sources you speak of? Surely not the Steele Dossier?
Aren't we done with that already?
The Inspector General of the FBI isn't done with it. In fact they're opening up an investigation into whether the basis for the FISA warrant was legitimate. If not, it would mean that the Obama Administration in connection with the Clinton campaign used the justice system to serve up a false story of Trump-Russia collusion in order to spy on the Trump campaign and deceiving the American people about it. This would be worse than Watergate.

I thought "Spygate" was worse than Watergate?

'Spygate' was so terrible.  So many unnecessary deaths.  What a sad lose of life.

The movie's coming soon "All the President's Comrades".


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Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #8 on: June 06, 2018, 01:19:37 am »
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8. No info was used

You mean no evidence was transmitted. There is still not one bit of evidence of any communication between the Trump team and Russia.

Can you explain to me why it's okay for the Clinton campaign to use Russian sources to insinuate there's a Trump-Russia connection? Isn't that collusion?
Trump's team met with the russkis and more than once. That's evidence of "communication."

Stick to the FACTS, man. Dig it?



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Re: Trump-Putin: A Post-Collusion Denial
« Reply #9 on: June 10, 2018, 05:16:33 am »
Who are these Clinton sources you speak of? Surely not the Steele Dossier?
Aren't we done with that already?
The Inspector General of the FBI isn't done with it. In fact they're opening up an investigation into whether the basis for the FISA warrant was legitimate. If not, it would mean that the Obama Administration in connection with the Clinton campaign used the justice system to serve up a false story of Trump-Russia collusion in order to spy on the Trump campaign and deceiving the American people about it. This would be worse than Watergate.

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-trump-spygate-20180530-story.html

http://time.com/5303205/paul-ryan-fbi-trump-campaign/

It almost sounds as if you people enjoy being misled. Or is the case that this self deception provides you with a sense of identity?
I guess it's a natural extension of American exceptionalism and hence Chump becomes heroic in fueling these aspirations.   

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