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  • kengreen
  • Expert Waygook

    • 655

    • July 03, 2013, 11:30:02 am
    • South Korea
It's not over.

Now that we know that Trump isn't a traitor, the progressives will pivot to other issues--such as Stormy Daniels or opening a hotel in Russia back in the day.

Their endless bull will never cease.


  • Savant
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1945

    • April 07, 2012, 11:35:31 pm
But her e-mails.


he's guilty man.. only a matter of time.


  • Chester Jim
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1080

    • March 05, 2015, 02:17:12 pm
    • Arkansas
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You mean they spent two years investigating and no collusion.

I find it hard to believe  that they actually thought  there was collusion.

I can see though on cnn and msnbc that they are acting disappointed. 
I mean was this a gamble on a basketball game?   They said that they were certain.  This is the party that supposedly has science on its side. 
Bonzai!


a: a sitting president can't be indicted.

b: the report hasn't been released yet.

Their endless bull will never cease.

fixed for you

welcome to the wonderful, filthy world of american politics, truly a ratings-war circus.


What is it like to care so much, to froth at the mouth over something you have no control over, to be so impotent IRL that your only outlet is to type boring screeds on this website, of all places?

It feels so good to just not care that much about it.


  • Savant
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1945

    • April 07, 2012, 11:35:31 pm
Investigations:

- Trump Foundation (The Trump Family's personal ATM machine)
- Trump Organization (Deutsche  Bank money laundering links)
- Trump Inaugural Committee (Pay to play, enriching the Trumps)
- Jared's WhatApp communications with Foreign Powers
- Jared's/Ivanka Security Clearances
- Moscow Tower Project
- Trump's Personal Tax Returns
- Trump's Business Tax Returns
- What is the point of Eric and Don Jr.?


  • gogators!
  • The Legend

    • 3684

    • March 16, 2016, 04:35:48 pm
    • Seoul
So why this?
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At least 16 associates of Donald Trump had contacts with Russians during the 2016 campaign or transition, according to public statements, court filings, CNN reporting, and reporting from other news outlets.

These communications came in the form of face-to-face meetings, phone calls, text messages, emails and video chats.
In the months after the election, Trump and his senior officials repeatedly denied that there had been any contact whatsoever with Russians during the campaign or that there were any ties between the campaign and Russians.

They weren't importing caviar.

And why did Wikileaks go into action immediately after the Access Hollywood tape was released? Mighty convenient.


  • gogators!
  • The Legend

    • 3684

    • March 16, 2016, 04:35:48 pm
    • Seoul
All this time, HRC should have been under investigation by a special council (https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/435029-as-russia-collusion-fades-ukrainian-plot-to-help-clinton-emerges)...that creature resembling a woman, is the one that should be going to jail, along with anyone else involved in the FISA scandal (including the NObama administration) the  Steele dossier, and these "suicides" of folks that have worked for, or have been close to, the Cintons recently (and over the years).

How anyone could support a venomous witch such as her, is astonishing.  Then again, I look at her voting base....and those of the "Democrat" Party and it becomes clear.  Identity politics...STUPID loud-mouthed b***hes (one of them wears a hijab and should NEVER have been elected to office), cowardly beta-males, single-issue voters (we all know whom), misguided souls sold under the ruse of "progress" (but with no clear definition of what that is) and "liberalism" (yet, killing babies is NOT under the moral realms of liberty)....how anyone cannot see the divisive tactics leads me to believe that those under the banner of the Comm...er, Democrat Party, are a threat to the Constitution of the United States. 

Right...the report has not been fully disclosed and while there are no further indictments, we shall have to wait and see...what we are allowed to see, at least.

OH...and President Trump rocks for his latest E.O.  And, while I am not much a FN sort of person, and Hannity CAN be a bit much at times, I did like this segment.

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6017150816001/#sp=show-clips
Dig the misogyny.
« Last Edit: March 25, 2019, 09:01:49 am by kyndo »


  • Mr C
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1682

    • October 17, 2012, 03:00:40 pm
    • Seoul
What I find really weird here is the silence from Dumpf's twitter account.


What I find really weird here is the silence from Dumpf's twitter account.

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“I just want to tell you, America is the greatest place on Earth. The greatest place on Earth.”

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1. Finland
2. Denmark
3. Norway
4. Iceland
5. Netherlands
6.  Switzerland
7.  Sweden
8. New Zealand
9. Canada
11. Australia
15. UK
16. Ireland
19. USA

apparently not Don, the Finnish, when they've finished raking the forest floor, have something to say about that.


  • NorthStar
  • Super Waygook

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    • July 05, 2017, 10:54:06 am
    • Seoul
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It was the usual corrupt media play - no due process, biased speculation, incredible hatred toward a person they despise; Donald Trump.
 
The worst offenders were CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.  To say their coverage of the Mueller investigation was disgraceful is an extreme understatement.  Using anonymous sources and false assertions, these news organizations ginned up a phony narrative that divided the country and interfered with its governance.
 
And what price will these organizations pay?  Who will hold them accountable for all the deceit and incompetence? The sad truth is that some Americans will continue to pay attention to them - that’s the sheep component.
 
But the fault is not only on the left.  A bunch of “never-Trumpers” on the right have embarrassed themselves as well.
 
Journalists have the absolute obligation to cover an important story like the Mueller investigation aggressively.  That’s a given.  Accusations of governmental misconduct must be vetted.  But when personal or partisan emotion enter into news coverage, that’s corrupt.
 
And that’s what happened during the last two years with the Mueller investigation.  The situation became so extreme that Robert Mueller, himself, issued a statement saying a report that President Trump had ordered his attorney, Michael Cohen, to lie about the Russia thing was false.
 
That story came from the despicable website Buzzfeed and was quickly picked up by the hate-Trump media which is the game they play: disseminating unsubstantiated information from biased sources.
 
Now, the hate-Trump media will insinuate that the President did “something” wrong even though Mueller spent $30 million and cannot define what that “something” might be.
 
However, the partisan wolves will continue to howl, and jaded Americans will tune in to hear the deceitful braying, and vote for political charlatans who could not care less about truth or fairness.
 
This entire ordeal is terribly bad for America.  Honesty in reporting has collapsed and partisan loathing is now the coin of the realm.  This is not really about President Trump, although his election lighted the fuse.
 
No, this is about a Republic that has granted the press the power to make billions of dollars but, under the Constitution, is not accountable to anyone on how they derive profit.
 
And we now know beyond any doubt exactly how many media operations are making money.  That is by peddling false narratives and rank hatred.
 
Paging Edward R. Murrow.
 

https://www.billoreilly.com/b/Wolves-and-Sheep/-796349483748467197.html


  • thunderlips
  • Hero of Waygookistan

    • 1503

    • June 07, 2012, 10:01:55 am
    • South Korea
One  done. More to follow. The NY state AG poses the biggest threat, IMHO, as Trump can't pardon himself.


 http://www.npr.org/2019/03/23/701692174/the-mueller-report-is-done-but-investigations-related-to-trump-will-go-on


billoreilly.com

wait! did you....did you just post something bill o'reilly said?  really?  bill o'reilly?



  • NorthStar
  • Super Waygook

    • 482

    • July 05, 2017, 10:54:06 am
    • Seoul
Now that
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special counsel Robert Mueller has completed his investigation, it is tempting to breathe a sigh of relief and assume that our long national nightmare is over. Resist the temptation, the assumption is false.

We are not close to the end. Not by a long shot.

In fact, I believe the last two years, as traumatic as they were, will prove to be the easier part of the nightmare, because Mueller dealt only with whether Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign conspired with Russia to swing the election. Based on what we know so far, especially that no more indictments are coming, it appears that Mueller’s answer is no, there was no collusion or obstruction of justice.

If true, this is an enormous vindication for Trump, who insisted all along that he had done nothing wrong. Supporters were understandably in a celebratory mood, with some saying on Twitter that it felt like 2016 election night all over again.

Meanwhile, Trump’s vindication is a devastating rebuke to Democrats and their media handmaidens, all of whom insisted his guilt was guaranteed. Their legacy is that they ruined their own credibility, and their continuing efforts to destroy him by innuendo and investigation can only add to their disgrace.

For them, too, Friday night was like a repeat of Trump’s election victory.


Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Hillary Clinton’s house.

But even as we learn the details of what Mueller found, there remains a giant black hole about the very origins of the FBI investigation that led to his appointment in the first place.

It is astonishing, for example, that at this late date, we still do not know what evidence the disgraced James Comey and his FBI had to open the original probe in the summer of 2016, and whether there was anything other than the fatally tainted Russian dossier.

Nor do we know of any compelling reason why Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein later decided a special counsel was necessary to get to the bottom of the swirling accusations of collusion that started during the campaign and mushroomed after Trump’s upset victory.

Recall that Rosenstein effectively urged Comey be fired in May of 2017, then eight days later mysteriously decided the action warranted an investigation from outside the Justice Department.

Rosenstein’s conflicts of interest are appalling and the Mueller appointment cast a cloud over the presidency and fueled conspiracy theories about the legitimacy of Trump’s election. The true impact is incalculable, but we know those claims led to the resistance movement and that Mueller was used by some Dems to justify boycotting the State of the Union speech and refusing to support any of Trump’s appointments or legislation.

The reckless talk of impeachment also surely had some negative effect on the behavior of our allies and adversaries.

Now, with Mueller finished, it is time to give equal attention to the other side of the story, of how we got here. The questions can be boiled down to two.

Was the initial decision to investigate Trump’s campaign an honest mistake by the Obama administration? Or was it an attempt to rig the election in favor of Clinton, and when that failed, overthrow a duly elected president?

Those outstanding issues are as worthy of complete answers as those that Mueller investigated. In addition to knowing whether there was an improper relationship between a candidate and a foreign power, Americans also deserve to know what was going on inside their own government and whether it was simply incompetent or thoroughly corrupt, or some combination of the two.

Put another way, what did President Obama and his administration do, and why did they do it?

The task of finding out falls to the new attorney general, William Barr. He will have his plate full in the coming days deciding how much of the Mueller report can legally be made public and explaining his decision to Congress.

I don’t underestimate the importance of the issue, but Barr must not be consumed by it. Indeed, he needs to deliver on another promise he made during his Senate confirmation hearings, where he said he was alarmed by the demonstrated bias against Trump by top FBI agents such as Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, and suggested he was not satisfied the FBI and the Justice Department had been fully held accountable.

The key sequence involved questions from the Judiciary panel’s Republican chairman, Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

Graham: “Do you promise me as attorney general — if you get this job — to look and see what happened in 2016?”

“Yes, Mr. Chairman,” Barr replied.

“How do these statements sit with you?” Graham asked, referring to the Page and Strzok texts showing they hated Trump and wanted Clinton to win the election.

“I was shocked when I saw them,” Barr answered.

Graham: “Please get to the bottom of it . . . we’re relying on you to clean this place up.”

Getting to the bottom of it would mean a criminal probe of Comey and his former deputy, Andrew McCabe, along with others in the leadership ranks of the FBI. Did they, as it appears, fail to disclose to the court that Clinton’s team commissioned and paid for the Russian dossier and that its allegations were unverified when they sought approval to spy on the Trump campaign?

If the answers are yes, they may have committed felonies, as did those who authorized any misleading court applications, including Rosenstein.

A criminal probe would also mean uncovering any role played by the reprehensible John Brennan, then head of the CIA, James Clapper, head of national intelligence, and Susan Rice, Obama’s national security adviser, in creating the FBI probe and leaking classified information.

Among the questions they need to be asked under oath is, did you have any role in spreading the Clinton-funded dossier to the media? Did you leak the names of Trump associates picked up on wiretaps?

In addition, of course, there are also fundamental doubts about the integrity of the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s handling of classified e-mails. The doubts include what role, if any, Loretta Lynch, then the attorney general, and others in the Obama administration played in the suspect exoneration of Clinton.

Because there are so many questions about the Clinton case and the origins of the Trump probe, the best and only fair solution is for Barr to appoint a new special counsel. Given the critical issues involved, even-handedness demands a prober free of conflicts with the former officials cited.

Unlike the Mueller probe, which ranged too far and took too long, this investigation should be focused on credible allegations against Clinton and top officials of the Obama administration. And it must be completed before the 2020 election so voters can know the whole story of what happened in 2016 and the early days of the Trump presidency before they vote again.

Then, and only then, can we say that our long national nightmare is over.

https://nypost.com/2019/03/23/how-to-end-our-national-nightmare-probe-hillary-clinton-again/


  • NorthStar
  • Super Waygook

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    • July 05, 2017, 10:54:06 am
    • Seoul
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wait! did you....did you just post something bill o'reilly said?  really?  bill o'reilly?


Sure did ;D




What I find really weird here is the silence from Dumpf's twitter account.



WOMP WOMP

For two years I've told people that Russia collusion is a bunch of bull. Now let me say...TOLD YA SO TOLD YA SO. TOLD YA TOLD YA TOLD YA SO.

You've been wrong about Trump not getting the nomination. You've been wrong about Trump losing to Clinton. You've been wrong about Trump collapsing the economy. You've been wrong about Trump starting nuclear war. You've been wrong about Trump engaging in mass deportations. You've been wrong about Muslims in concentration camps. And you've been wrong about Trump being a Russian puppet.

Time to change the filter with which you view the world.


For two years I've told people that Russia collusion is a bunch of bull. Now let me say...TOLD YA SO TOLD YA SO. TOLD YA TOLD YA TOLD YA SO.

You've been wrong about Trump not getting the nomination. You've been wrong about Trump losing to Clinton. You've been wrong about Trump collapsing the economy. You've been wrong about Trump starting nuclear war. You've been wrong about Trump engaging in mass deportations. You've been wrong about Muslims in concentration camps. And you've been wrong about Trump being a Russian puppet.

Time to change the filter with which you view the world.

yeah, you go there demartian!!  you put that little red MAGA cap on and get out there and you stick it to anyone who thinks they're better or smarter than you.  you do it, boy!!  those guys who don't have unlimited data on their phones?  screw 'em.  those Brits who drink 'proper' beer?  tell 'em to do one.  'cheapskates'?  get out of here.
 people with depression?  cheer up and then get out of here.  stick it to them, you deserve it!!  wow, you really told them.... those stinking liberals/lefties and their trying to smear your little choir boy of a guy, trump.  two years of wins for you.... i mean really.... *fist pump* hell yeah...

hold on...

...the summary is only four pages long....
...it doesn't exonerate trump...

...wait a sec...


...it doesn't exonerate trump...
Prosecutors and special counsels don't exonerate. They only decide not to charge.

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...the summary is only four pages long....
Yes, the summary summarizes.