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Gavros 8:33 Tue Jan 9
Fusion GPS testimony on Trump released
This looks big.....there' an FBI informer within Trump's inner circle...

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HairyHammer 2:45 Tue Apr 23
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Nutsin
Your new nick name should be orange tongue.

Nutsin 12:50 Tue Apr 23
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Tick Tock

Has finally seen the light.....The penny finally dropped did it Tex..........I'll drop the Tick Tock seeing as you finally realized how constantly wrong you have been these last two years....

Now please excuse me for ignoring your posts moving forward, with a track record like yours you are not worth listening or responding to.

Texas Iron 12:47 Tue Apr 23
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Never impeach....Beat in 2020

Nutsin 12:34 Tue Apr 23
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Now Ladies it's time to sit back and enjoy the investigation of the investigators.......Gonna be fun to watch all the principal players in the collusion hoax turn on each other.......I'm hoping Barr hires a pit bull like Mueller to pull some of the dirty tactics Mueller pulled during his investigation....... The big payback!

Nutsin 12:30 Tue Apr 23
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Ladies,
Calm down, there was no corroboration by any American with the Russians, knowingly or unknowingly.....

That right there is straight from Muellers mouth, the top prosecutoer who has spent two years trying his hardest to find something and he couldn't.

Obstruction was always a loser for the Dems, that was always gonna be hard to prove especially when Trump gave them over 1.4 mill docs, granted them access to interview many members of staff and co-operated with the investigation.

Now no matter how you wankers want to spin it the REALITY is that the DOJ came down on the side of Trump, the only people trying to push the impeachment narrative are the die hard Trump Haters, fair minded Dems have already come out and said game over, incl Pelosi.

For their to be any chance of Impeachment you would need some pretty damning evidence that Trump was a Russian agent to get it thru the Senate and to get Public opinion on your side....

So in dealing with reality, I would say the game is over, Trump will remain President.

I'll have a bet with you Dumb Guy, I bet you Trump does not get Impeached.

Texas Iron 12:16 Tue Apr 23
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Capitol Man...
Correct...
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Capitol Man 11:56 Mon Apr 22
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Nutsin 11:48 Mon Apr 22
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That's the bit that seems beyond your grasp. What Barr said doesn't represent what was in the report. Reading it would show you that. Reading the summaries for the sections would show you that.

Barr lied. It's simple for you to see that. But lets make a bet shall we. I bet you won't read it and I bet you don't give a fuck what the report actually said.

, 11:56 Mon Apr 22
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It will be left to Congress to decide whether or not to investigate if any Trump actions amounted to obstruction.

Texas Iron 11:55 Mon Apr 22
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Congress...SDNY...Will get TrumpCon...
Impeachment is not the goal...
Indictment of Crimes...
Mueller report statements will be used anti-TrumpCon if he runs in 2020...
Will be grim...dirty...TrumpCon...
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Hammer and Pickle 11:53 Mon Apr 22
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I’m afraid what people say, however important they may seem, is not how the law works.

Where on Earth did you go so wrong?

Nutsin 11:48 Mon Apr 22
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Dumb Guy.
Mueller said no Corrobaration.

AG Barr and Deputy AG Rosenstein said no obstruction.

Law says game over.

Even Pelosi says no impeachment. Game is over!

Nutsin 11:47 Mon Apr 22
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Dumb Guy.
Mueller said no Corrobaration.

AG Barr and Deputy AG Rosenstein said no obstruction.

Law says game over.

Even Pelosi says no impeachment.

Texas Iron 11:17 Mon Apr 22
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Nutter No-Nuts...
Is only into sound bites...
Can't read more than a paragraph...maybe less...
Just like TrumpCon...
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Capitol Man 11:08 Mon Apr 22
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You don't understand what Mueller said do you NoNuts.

Nutsin 11:06 Mon Apr 22
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Tick Tock,

Is that a bit like Mueller saying he couldn't find Trump not-not guilty?

Texas Iron 10:04 Mon Apr 22
Re: Fusion GPS testimony on Trump released
Investigate the investigation of the investigation

Desperate Barr...TrumpCon...

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Nutsin 5:57 Mon Apr 22
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Dumb guy, these are facts and Barr has already said that the investigators will be investigated.

Doesn’t fit your narrative so thankfully we won’t have you playing Sherlock again. This time it’ll be the experts pealing back the onion.

For the record I have no idea if there is anything to any of this but there’s enough smoke to warrant a look....... so look out!

Capitol Man 2:10 Mon Apr 22
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Ag ag ag. That’s not a nyt article at all. It’s a collection of right wing freaks getting themselves all excited.

You can see why nonuts makes such a cunt of himself daily when he falls for shit like that,

And what is the obsession with Tyler Durden amongst you fucktards?

Capitol Man 1:45 Mon Apr 22
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Wasser 7:07 Sun Apr 21
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Got to do better wankfest. You’re not even any good at this. Library - what a fucking knob end. Stop the bleating and crying you sad fucking loser.

Capitol Man 1:43 Mon Apr 22
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You have the link to the NYT article.

Nutsin 12:29 Mon Apr 22
Re: Fusion GPS testimony on Trump released
NYT: The Tables Have Turned -- Time To Investigate The FBI, Steele And The Rest Of The 'Witch Hunters'

As we now shift from the "witch hunt" against Trump to 'investigating the investigators' who spied on him - remember this; Donald Trump was supposed to lose the 2016 election by almost all accounts. And had Hillary won, as expected, none of this would have seen the light of day.

We wouldn't know that a hyper-partisan FBI had spied on the Trump campaign, as Attorney General William Barr put it during his April 10 Congressional testimony.

We wouldn't know that a Clinton-linked operative, Joseph Mifsud, seeded Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos with the rumor that Russia had 'Dirt' on Hillary Clinton - which would later be coaxed out of Papadopoulos by a Clinton-linked Australian ambassador, Alexander Downer, and that this apparent 'setup' would be the genesis of the FBI's "operation crossfire hurricane" operation against the Trump campaign.



We wouldn't know about the role of Fusion GPS - the opposition research firm hired by Hillary Clinton's campaign to commission the Steele dossier. Fusion is also linked to the infamous Trump Tower meeting, and hired Nellie Ohr - the CIA-linked wife of the DOJ's then-#4 employee, Bruce Ohr. Nellie fed her husband Bruce intelligence she had gathered against Trump while working for Fusion, according to transcripts of her closed-door Congressional testimony.



And if not for reporting by the Daily Caller's Chuck Ross and others, we wouldn't know that the FBI sent a longtime spook, Stefan Halper, to infiltrate and spy on the Trump campaign - after the Obama DOJ paid him over $400,000 right before the 2016 US election (out of more than $1 million he received while Obama was president).

According to the New York Times, the tables are turning, starting with the Steele Dossier.

[T]he release on Thursday of the report by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, underscored what had grown clearer for months — that while many Trump aides had welcomed contacts with the Russians, some of the most sensational claims in the dossier appeared to be false, and others were impossible to prove. Mr. Mueller’s report contained over a dozen passing references to the document’s claims but no overall assessment of why so much did not check out.

Now the dossier — financed by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee, and compiled by the former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele — is likely to face new, possibly harsh scrutiny from multiple inquiries. -NYT

While Congressional Republicans have vowed to investigate, the DOJ's Inspector General is considering whether the FBI improperly relied on the dossier when they used it to apply for a surveillance warrant on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. The IG also wants to know about Steele's sources and whether the FBI disclosed any doubts as to the veracity of the dossier.

Attorney General Barr, meanwhile, said he will review the FBI's conduct in the Russia investigation after saying the agency spied on the Trump campaign.

Doubts over the dossier

The FBI's scramble to vet the dossier's claims are well known. According to an April, 2017 NYT report, the FBI agreed to pay Steele $50,000 for "solid corroboration" of his claims. Steele was apparently unable to produce satisfactory evidence - and was ultimately not paid for his efforts:

Mr. Steele met his F.B.I. contact in Rome in early October, bringing a stack of new intelligence reports. One, dated Sept. 14, said that Mr. Putin was facing “fallout” over his apparent involvement in the D.N.C. hack and was receiving “conflicting advice” on what to do.

The agent said that if Mr. Steele could get solid corroboration of his reports, the F.B.I. would pay him $50,000 for his efforts, according to two people familiar with the offer. Ultimately, he was not paid. -NYT

Still, the FBI used the dossier to obtain the FISA warrant on Page - while the document itself was heavily shopped around to various media outlets. The late Sen. John McCain provided a copy to Former FBI Director James Comey, who already had a version, and briefed President Trump on the salacious document. Comey's briefing to Trump was then used by CNN and BuzzFeed to justify reporting on and publishing the dossier following the election.


Let's not forget that in October, 2016, both Hillary Clinton and her campaign chairman John Podesta promoted the conspiracy theory that a secret Russian server was communicating with Trump Tower.

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The report was debunked after internet sleuths traced the IP address to a marketing server located outside Philadelphia, leading Alfa Bank executives to file a lawsuit against Fusion GPS in October 2017, claiming their reputations were harmed by the Steele Dossier.

And who placed the Trump-Alfa theory with various media outlets? None other than former FBI counterintelligence officer and Dianne Feinstein aide Dan Jones - who is currently working with Fusion GPS and Steele to continue their Trump-Russia investigation funded in part by George Soros.


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Russian tricks?

The Times notes that Steele "has not ruled out" that he may have been fed Russian disinformation while assembling his dossier.

That would mean that in addition to carrying out an effective attack on the Clinton campaign, Russian spymasters hedged their bets and placed a few land mines under Mr. Trump’s presidency as well.

Oleg D. Kalugin, a former K.G.B. general who now lives outside Washington, saw that as plausible. “Russia has huge experience in spreading false information,” he said. -NYT

In short, Steele is being given an 'out' with this admission.

A lawyer for Fusion GPS, Joshua Levy, says that the Mueller report substantiated the "core reporting" in the Steele memos - namely that "Trump campaign figures were secretly meeting Kremlin figures,” and that Russia’s president, Vladimir V. Putin, had directed “a covert operation to elect Donald J. Trump."

Of course, when one stops painting with broad brush strokes, it's clear that the dossier was fabricated bullshit.

The dossier tantalized Mr. Trump’s opponents with a worst-case account of the president’s conduct. And for those trying to make sense of the Trump-Russia saga, the dossier infused the quest for understanding with urgency.

In blunt prose, it suggested that a foreign power had fully compromised the man who would become the next president of the United States.

The Russians, it asserted, had tried winning over Mr. Trump with real estate deals in Moscow — which he had not taken up — and set him up with prostitutes in a Moscow hotel in 2013, filming the proceedings for future exploitation. A handful of aides were described as conspiring with the Russians at every turn.

Mr. Trump, it said, had moles inside the D.N.C. The memos claimed that he and the Kremlin had been exchanging intelligence for eight years and were using Romanian hackers against the Democrats, and that Russian pensioners in the United States were running a covert communications network. -NYT

And after a nearly two-year investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller and roughly 40 FBI agents and other specialists, no evidence was found to support the dossier's wild claims of "DNC moles, Romanian hackers, Russian pensioners, or years of Trump-Putin intelligence trading," as the Times puts it.

Now that the shoe is on the other foot, and key Democrats backing away from talks of impeachment, let's see if lady justice will follow the rest of us down the rabbit hole.

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