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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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Texas Iron 8:31 Tue Dec 18
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HaHaHa...
Chickens...Roost...Coming...
Trumpy Hen House in Dissaray...
🤡🤡🤡🤡

Gavros 8:15 Tue Dec 18
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Being reported that threat of prison has caused Flynn to agree to more cooperation with FBI.

VirginiaHam 7:25 Tue Dec 18
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Fuuuuuck..........

Judge Sullivan tells Flynn that serving as unregistered agent of a foreign country while serving as National Security Adviser means arguably you sold your country out. Judge says he cant hide his my disgust, my disdain. Flynn and lawyers seemed stunned.

Gavros 7:14 Tue Dec 18
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Judge asked if Flynn's conduct "rises to the level of treasonous activity?"

Brandon Van Grack, speaking for special counsel, said prosecutors did not consider charging Flynn w/treason.

Sullivan asked again: "Could he have been charged with treason?”

Van Grack wouldn't answer





Wonder why......maybe theyre holding back that charge for Individual 1?

VirginiaHam 7:01 Tue Dec 18
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Fucking hell......treason. Good luck, Trump.

From AP.

BREAKING: Judge tells former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn: "Arguably you sold your country out."

VirginiaHam 6:42 Tue Dec 18
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Gavros 5:34 Tue Dec 18

This is meant to trigger a shitload of stuff Trump doesn't want to know about.

We will see.

Westham67 6:26 Tue Dec 18
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Fox News poll only 38 percent would vote for Trump in 2020.:55 percent would vote for someone else

He's losing the mainstream GOP

Gavros 6:11 Tue Dec 18
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This is bad enough, and its the very smallest of his problems.



Trump’s charity shutdown comes after months of concerted reporting by the Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold.

Fahrenthold uncovered a slew of alleged misdeeds by the Trump Foundation. Trump used charity money to “pay off legal settlements for his private business, to purchase art that decorated one of his clubs and to make a prohibited political donation”, Fahrenthold wrote today.

The largest donation in the foundation’s history — a $264,231 gift to the Central Park Conservancy in 1989 — appeared to benefit Trump’s business: it paid to restore a fountain outside Trump’s Plaza Hotel. The smallest, a $7 foundation gift to the Boy Scouts that same year, appeared to benefit Trump’s family. It matched the amount required to enroll a boy in the Scouts the year that his son Donald Trump Jr. was 11.

Capitol Man 5:58 Tue Dec 18
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Trumo foundation dissolved in agreement with New York ag. Statement says it served as a business and political slush fund for trump.

Gavros 5:57 Tue Dec 18
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I know. Its just mad. Everyone can see what he's trying to do.

Capitol Man 5:55 Tue Dec 18
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Gavros 5:34 Tue Dec 18
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With trump attempting the witness tamper live on Twitter.

Texas Iron 5:35 Tue Dec 18
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...and more proof Russia meddled...and is still doing so ...on behalf of Trumpy...
https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5c18b30ee4b02d2cae8cb690/amp

Gavros 5:34 Tue Dec 18
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Flynn sentencing shortly.

Could be a dump of new info.

Westham67 6:18 Tue Dec 18
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Going dandy Darby, 17 ongoing investigation in Trump and family

Darby_ 6:11 Tue Dec 18
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How’s this thread going, chaps?

Has the people’s champion, hero of the working class, the incorruptible King Donald drained the swamp and slain his bitter libtard persecuters yet?

Capitol Man 5:56 Tue Dec 18
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Seems that notes from the Flynn interview have been made available and that the fbi had a wire on a call Flynn made into Kislyak at the Russian embassy from the Dominion Republic.

They gave him every chance to tell the truth and made it clear that they knew what he said.

Also appears that Kushner had asked Flynn to request that the Russians not support an anti-Israeli resolution in the U.N.

Also additional meetings with Kislyak.

Capitol Man 5:36 Tue Dec 18
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Texas Iron 4:35 Tue Dec 18
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The fact he is usually too embarrassed to post the links to where they are from tells a story.

Texas Iron 4:35 Tue Dec 18
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Nutsin The Nutter...
No one reads your very long C/PsPS.

HAHAHA

🤡🤡🤡🤡

HairyHammer 4:26 Tue Dec 18
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The proof of Russia lending Trump a hand will always go down in history as the moment the biggest danger to American interests chose to back a weak chump, they were hardly going to back someone who could look upon their country as a foe were they.

What has just been proved about Russia makes Trump very weak indeed, he will forever be known as the President that Russia 'made' like some cheap Goodfella .

Nutsin 4:22 Tue Dec 18
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Former UK spy Christopher Steele admitted in a London court that he was hired to help Hillary Clinton contest the results of the 2016 election in case Trump won, according to the Washington Times.



Steele assembled an anti-Trump "dossier" of opposition research investigative firm Fusion GPS, which was in turn hired by DNC law firm Perkins Coie LLP. The document used "a senior Russian Foreign Ministry figure," and "a former top level intelligence officer still active in the Kremlin," according to Vanity Fair. In other words, Hillary Clinton - through Steele and other intermediaries - was working with Russians against Donald Trump.


He said the law firm Perkins Coie wanted to be in a position to contest the results based on evidence he unearthed on the Trump campaign conspiring with Moscow on election interference.

His scenario is contained in a sealed Aug. 2 declaration in a defamation law suit brought by three Russian bankers in London. The trio’s American attorneys filed his answers Tuesday in a libel lawsuit in Washington against the investigative firm Fusion GPS, which handled the former British intelligence officer.

In an answer to interrogatories, Mr. Steele wrote: “Fusion’s immediate client was law firm Perkins Coie. It engaged Fusion to obtain information necessary for Perkins Coie LLP to provide legal advice on the potential impact of Russian involvement on the legal validity of the outcome of the 2016 US Presidential election.

“Based on that advice, parties such as the Democratic National Committee and HFACC Inc. (also known as ‘Hillary for America’) could consider steps they would be legally entitled to take to challenge the validity of the outcome of that election.” -Washington Times



During the election, Clinton told voters that Donald Trump would "threaten democracy" if he didn't promise to accept the results of the 2016 election - after Trump suggested he might not accept the results of a "rigged" contest.



Hillary Says:"Not Accepting the results of the Election is a direct assault on our Democracy,Don't be a Sore Loser"


Meanwhile Clinton was open to challenging the election more than ten months after her historic loss - if only there were a way. "There are scholars, academics, who have arguments that it would be, but I don’t think they’re on strong ground. But people are making those arguments. I just don’t think we have a mechanism," Clinton told NPR in September 2017.

The dossier Steele produced was used as the basis for an FBI FISA surveillance warrant application to spy on members of the Trump campaign. Notably, the agency never told the FISA court that the dossier their application hinged on was paid for by the DNC and Clinton's campaign, although it did indicate that it was opposition research.

The mainstream media used still-unverified key claims within the dossier to fuel a conspiracy theory that President Trump conspired with the Russian government to win the 2016 US election.

Meanwhile, as we reported earlier Monday, FBI and CIA sources told a Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter that they didn't believe a key claim contained in the "Steele Dossier," the document the Obama FBI relied on to obtain a surveillance warrant on a member of the Trump campaign.

The Post's Greg Miller told an audience at an October event that the FBI and CIA did not believe that former longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen visited Prague during the 2016 election to pay off Russia-linked hackers who stole emails from key Democrats, reports the Daily Caller's Chuck Ross.

"We’ve talked to sources at the FBI and the CIA and elsewhere — they don’t believe that ever happened," said Miller during the October event which aired Saturday on C-SPAN.

We literally spent weeks and months trying to run down... there's an assertion in there that Michael Cohen went to Prague to settle payments that were needed at the end of the campaign. We sent reporters to every hotel in Prague, to all over the place trying to - just to try to figure out if he was ever there, and came away empty. -Greg Miller

Meanwhile, Trump is still living under the spectre of Russian collusion, while Hillary Clinton actually colluded Russians in her plan to challenge the 2016 election.

HairyHammer 4:18 Tue Dec 18
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Nutsin

Not partly, all his own fault he has belittled almost every institution of government that exists from those who are on his side to the FBI CIA etc.

The man does not do partly he goes all in and will gamble everything on ideals that he and some of his stupid right wing idiot advisors believe in, he is basically a Conspiracy nut and always has been and no conspiracy theorist is going to get an easy ride as President, he could have been a Republican leader but he does not want that he wants to be the 'greatest' but this is not a sport to win he is just a cog in a system that is all. he wants to be the brains which is an even bigger joke and stinks of irony.
Trump went after the system he wanted to drain the swamp ??? you have to be an idiot Nutsin not to know where that would lead to if it were at all possible he is basically saying I am going to shake things up and they are going to have to bow to my new rules.

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