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8 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

I’m just asking you to support your statement. You haven’t done it yet, and saying that two authors think that there is a 50/50 chance of something is an example of their opinion of the odds. 

Just because some moron thinks that there is a child sex ring in the basement of a pizza parlor with no basement, does not make it a fact.  Opinion is not fact, unless it is supported.  For example, my opinion that you are a rampant bullshitter is supported on these pages on a nearly daily basis, enough that it is arguably a fact (but that’s just my opinion).  

Isikoff and Corn may be right, but they don’t know. You made a statement that you cannot support. Again. 

Fuck me...It's not  Isikoff and Corn's opinion, it's what they report, which is that Steele himself thinks the probability that the sex claims in the dossier are true is about 50-50.

As reported in Vox

"However, there are also many reasons to think the pee tape story could be complete bullshit.

For one, we have actually learned more about Steele’s sourcing for the tale, and it doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence. Then, of course, there was the revelation that Steele’s research was ultimately funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC, which raises some obvious questions about the project’s objectivity.

Perhaps most revealingly, though, even Steele and his allies have confessed some doubts about the “pee tape” tale to reporters they trust — a new book claims that Steele’s business partner says his dossier’s claims were “not meant to be definitive,” and that Steele himself has said there’s only a “fifty-fifty” chance this particular claim is correct. Yet still, we’re talking about it, once again".

https://www.vox.com/2018/4/15/17233994/comey-interview-trump-pee-tape-russia

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2 hours ago, VhmSays said:

Like the FBI, they are investigating the allegations right?

Dude....you said "The dossier is considered legit with the spooks". I have pointed out that even the dossier's author has his doubts so where does this claim of yours come from?

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22 minutes ago, Dog said:

Fuck me...It's not  Isikoff and Corn's opinion, it's what they report, which is that Steele himself thinks the probability that the sex claims in the dossier are true is about 50-50.

As reported in Vox

"However, there are also many reasons to think the pee tape story could be complete bullshit.

For one, we have actually learned more about Steele’s sourcing for the tale, and it doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence. Then, of course, there was the revelation that Steele’s research was ultimately funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC, which raises some obvious questions about the project’s objectivity.

Perhaps most revealingly, though, even Steele and his allies have confessed some doubts about the “pee tape” tale to reporters they trust — a new book claims that Steele’s business partner says his dossier’s claims were “not meant to be definitive,” and that Steele himself has said there’s only a “fifty-fifty” chance this particular claim is correct. Yet still, we’re talking about it, once again".

https://www.vox.com/2018/4/15/17233994/comey-interview-trump-pee-tape-russia

Get it yet?

Hearsay. You have no idea what Steele thinks. 

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2 hours ago, Dog said:

Fuck me...It's not  Isikoff and Corn's opinion, it's what they report, which is that Steele himself thinks the probability that the sex claims in the dossier are true is about 50-50.

As reported in Vox

"However, there are also many reasons to think the pee tape story could be complete bullshit.

For one, we have actually learned more about Steele’s sourcing for the tale, and it doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence. Then, of course, there was the revelation that Steele’s research was ultimately funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC, which raises some obvious questions about the project’s objectivity.

Perhaps most revealingly, though, even Steele and his allies have confessed some doubts about the “pee tape” tale to reporters they trust — a new book claims that Steele’s business partner says his dossier’s claims were “not meant to be definitive,” and that Steele himself has said there’s only a “fifty-fifty” chance this particular claim is correct. Yet still, we’re talking about it, once again".

https://www.vox.com/2018/4/15/17233994/comey-interview-trump-pee-tape-russia

Get it yet?

I see "confidence " "questions " "doubts" " claim"

Nothing about "facts".

 

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5 minutes ago, Ease the sheet. said:

I see "confidence " "questions " "doubts" " claim"

Nothing about "facts".

 

Facts are a Liberal thing. Dog’s not a Liberal, give the guy a break. :huh:

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5 minutes ago, Sean said:

Facts are a Liberal thing. Dog’s not a Liberal, give the guy a break. :huh:

Vox is a liberal thing.

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16 minutes ago, Ease the sheet. said:

I see "confidence " "questions " "doubts" " claim"

Nothing about "facts".

 

Do you see any corroboration for the claim that "The dossier is considered legit with the spooks"?

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3 minutes ago, Dog said:

Do you see any corroboration for the claim that "The dossier is considered legit with the spooks"?

that consideration would kind of fly in the face of the spooks claims that it wasn't used in the fisa applications

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4 minutes ago, hermetic said:

that consideration would kind of fly in the face of the spooks claims that it wasn't used in the fisa applications

Excellent! ... I was just about to think of that myself.

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16 minutes ago, Dog said:

Do you see any corroboration for the claim that "The dossier is considered legit with the spooks"?

Nice change of subject, but we were discussing whether you could support your statement with facts.  If you could, you would not have to change the subject.  

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1 minute ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

Nice change of subject, but we were discussing whether you could support your statement with facts.  If you could, you would not have to change the subject.  

Back up a bit and read it again very slowly.

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10 minutes ago, Dog said:

Back up a bit and read it again very slowly.

An ad hominem won't avoid reality that you still have provided no facts.  Just opinion in the form of [double] hearsay. Got any facts to support your statement?  

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Just now, Sol Rosenberg said:

An ad hominem won't avoid reality that you still have provided no facts.  Just opinion in the form of [double] hearsay. Got any facts to support your statement?  

Fuck off bullshitter

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3 minutes ago, Dog said:
4 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

An ad hominem won't avoid reality that you still have provided no facts.  Just opinion in the form of [double] hearsay. Got any facts to support your statement?  

Fuck off bullshitter

Uh oh

Looks like Dog has been caught lying again

I don't put people on "ignore" although maybe I should. Especially ones who are 110% Dogmatic liars with nothing to contribute.

It's sad really, Dog used to have a sense of humor............. sometimes. Dog, what went so very wrong in your life? Did you get tired of "winning" already, or is it something deeper, darker? If you could stop being such an asshole..... or even slow it down......... we'd be here for you bro

-DSK

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25 minutes ago, Dog said:

Fuck off bullshitter

Blah blah blah

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27 minutes ago, Dog said:
28 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

An ad hominem won't avoid reality that you still have provided no facts.  Just opinion in the form of [double] hearsay. Got any facts to support your statement?  

Fuck off bullshitter

check into gorbarev  v  orbis business intelligence   (london)

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54 minutes ago, Steam Flyer said:

 

Looks like Dog has been caught lying again

-DSK

Where?

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7 hours ago, Dog said:

"However, there are also many reasons to think the pee tape story could be complete bullshit.

 

Wouldn't that be even worse?

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2 hours ago, lasal said:

Wouldn't that be even worse?

:wacko:

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6 hours ago, Steam Flyer said:

Uh oh

Looks like Dog has been caught lying again

I don't put people on "ignore" although maybe I should. Especially ones who are 110% Dogmatic liars with nothing to contribute.

It's sad really, Dog used to have a sense of humor............. sometimes. Dog, what went so very wrong in your life? Did you get tired of "winning" already, or is it something deeper, darker? If you could stop being such an asshole..... or even slow it down......... we'd be here for you bro

-DSK

Ditto.

There’s nothing so sad as an unlikeable dog.

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6 hours ago, Steam Flyer said:

Uh oh

Looks like Dog has been caught lying again

I don't put people on "ignore" although maybe I should. Especially ones who are 110% Dogmatic liars with nothing to contribute.

It's sad really, Dog used to have a sense of humor............. sometimes. Dog, what went so very wrong in your life? Did you get tired of "winning" already, or is it something deeper, darker? If you could stop being such an asshole..... or even slow it down......... we'd be here for you bro

-DSK

He was in a three way with Warbird and Malarkey, and they all made eye contact.

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ewwwww

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9 minutes ago, Lifted Tack said:

He was in a three way with Warbird and Malarkey, and they all made eye contact.

ewwwww.  Never cross swords

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23 minutes ago, Fakenews said:

Ditto.

 

Well then maybe you can cite the lie....Actually, no you can't.

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18 minutes ago, Lifted Tack said:

He was in a three way with Warbird and Malarkey, and they all made eye contact.

... and realized they knew each other.

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9 minutes ago, Dog said:

How old are you guys?

There are other websites for dating and hook ups. 

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Who's the latest security problem for the Trumpians? Who should they start gearing up the distract & attack machine to avoid negative press for an appointee caught with his fingers in the till?

Well, it starts with some rich old friends of ours. Yep, the same bilionaire from the old Yanukovych days, Akhmetov who hired our newest senior Trump Campaign felon Manafort back in the day was doing the dirty on yet another Trump acolyte. 

The Ukrainian oligarch was apparently busy subverting oil&gas expert and civil servant William Bryan four years ago, when the US sent him over to help the Ukranian government deal with oncoming winter and incoming Russian tanks. These relationships paid of later, according to a whistle-blowing partner, when Bryan actively did government work involving questions in which he had a vested financial interest.

Although Bryan claims he didn't make much money consulting/lobbying/whoring for the billionaire, there must have been some reason to send government dollars his way. And during that time he was some sort of quasi-government employee who was financially involved with a consulting firm working for the Billionaire at the time, dealing in oil and gas infrastructure, most of it counter to US stated policy goals at the time.

Why is Bryan in the news now? Trump has appointed him to be our new Homeland Security undersecretary for science and technology. I'm sure he'll be back on the phone, just like Manafort, to please his old bosses.

But that won't stop "patriots" like Nailing mockery and woof boy from saying this is a misunderstanding; Bryan worked for the government while Obama was in office! Why didn't Hussein Barrack put on his tweed hat and investigate the sherlock out of this?

Let's go, boys, we've another issue for y'all to deny, distort and say "Clinton" about. Have fun!

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14 hours ago, Dog said:

Fuck me...It's not  Isikoff and Corn's opinion, it's what they report, which is that Steele himself thinks the probability that the sex claims in the dossier are true is about 50-50.

As reported in Vox

"However, there are also many reasons to think the pee tape story could be complete bullshit.

For one, we have actually learned more about Steele’s sourcing for the tale, and it doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence. Then, of course, there was the revelation that Steele’s research was ultimately funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC, which raises some obvious questions about the project’s objectivity.

Perhaps most revealingly, though, even Steele and his allies have confessed some doubts about the “pee tape” tale to reporters they trust — a new book claims that Steele’s business partner says his dossier’s claims were “not meant to be definitive,” and that Steele himself has said there’s only a “fifty-fifty” chance this particular claim is correct. Yet still, we’re talking about it, once again".

https://www.vox.com/2018/4/15/17233994/comey-interview-trump-pee-tape-russia

Get it yet?

I get it, Dog. Isikoff/Corn wrote some hearsay in their book (they are saying unnamed colleagues heard Steele say it) and for you that's a solid gold citation. However, when the same principle is applied to Kavanaugh, Trump, or anyone really such that it makes Republicans look bad - such unsubstantiated, anonymous hearsay is garbage and cannot be used.

Kind of the point Sol's been making and you just keep digging the hole deeper. You're really not that good at this.

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13 hours ago, Ease the sheet. said:

I see "confidence " "questions " "doubts" " claim"

Nothing about "facts".

 

  The Party game in this stuff is to pretend the Dossier was a vetted intelligence brief. It was not, it was raw intelligence from an old MI-6 guy. 

 Intelligence agents for are trained to pass EVERYTHING along for analysis. Editing is a strict no-no. Nearly all intelligence agencies put a fire wall between collection and analysis, that is because the collector is usually motivated to advocate for what he or she has collected.  

 

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8 minutes ago, Mark K said:

  The Party game in this stuff is to pretend the Dossier was a vetted intelligence brief. It was not, it was raw intelligence from an old MI-6 guy. 

 Intelligence agents for are trained to pass EVERYTHING along for analysis. Editing is a strict no-no. Nearly all intelligence agencies put a fire wall between collection and analysis, that is because the collector is usually motivated to advocate for what he or she has collected.  

 

Agree.

There's collectors and then there's analysts. And analysts generally have more than one collector.

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9 hours ago, Bent Sailor said:

I get it, Dog. Isikoff/Corn wrote some hearsay in their book (they are saying unnamed colleagues heard Steele say it) and for you that's a solid gold citation. However, when the same principle is applied to Kavanaugh, Trump, or anyone really such that it makes Republicans look bad - such unsubstantiated, anonymous hearsay is garbage and cannot be used.

Kind of the point Sol's been making and you just keep digging the hole deeper. You're really not that good at this.

These pages are full of second hand and anonymously sourced citations about which you said nothing. Your objection is not on principle.

You can assign whatever value you want to it but it remains a citation, I think you believe it.

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9 hours ago, phillysailor said:

Who's the latest security problem for the Trumpians? Who should they start gearing up the distract & attack machine to avoid negative press for an appointee caught with his fingers in the till?

Well, it starts with some rich old friends of ours. Yep, the same bilionaire from the old Yanukovych days, Akhmetov who hired our newest senior Trump Campaign felon Manafort back in the day was doing the dirty on yet another Trump acolyte. 

The Ukrainian oligarch was apparently busy subverting oil&gas expert and civil servant William Bryan four years ago, when the US sent him over to help the Ukranian government deal with oncoming winter and incoming Russian tanks. These relationships paid of later, according to a whistle-blowing partner, when Bryan actively did government work involving questions in which he had a vested financial interest.

Although Bryan claims he didn't make much money consulting/lobbying/whoring for the billionaire, there must have been some reason to send government dollars his way. And during that time he was some sort of quasi-government employee who was financially involved with a consulting firm working for the Billionaire at the time, dealing in oil and gas infrastructure, most of it counter to US stated policy goals at the time.

Why is Bryan in the news now? Trump has appointed him to be our new Homeland Security undersecretary for science and technology. I'm sure he'll be back on the phone, just like Manafort, to please his old bosses.

But that won't stop "patriots" like Nailing mockery and woof boy from saying this is a misunderstanding; Bryan worked for the government while Obama was in office! Why didn't Hussein Barrack put on his tweed hat and investigate the sherlock out of this?

Let's go, boys, we've another issue for y'all to deny, distort and say "Clinton" about. Have fun!

Here's one BS....Go to work

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3 hours ago, Dog said:

These pages are full of second hand and anonymously sourced citations about which you said nothing. Your objection is not on principle.

 

Your are correct. My objection to your claim has nothing to do with principle. It is based on facts; as in you are making claims that are unsupported by said facts. 

Your inability to honestly engage with those facts might be a matter of principle (or lack thereof), but I'm simply pointing out you are wrong because that's the truth of the matter - regardless of which principles you claim to hold. 

 

3 hours ago, Dog said:

You can assign whatever value you want to it but it remains a citation, I think you believe it.

It is not a citation of what you claimed (Steele having stated the pee-pee tapes have a 50/50 chance of being true). They are a citation of hearsay aboit Steele saying that.

Unsubstantiated accusations are acceptable to Dog. Sometimes. 

 

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44 minutes ago, Bent Sailor said:

 

Your are correct. My objection to your claim has nothing to do with principle. It is based on facts; as in you are making claims that are unsupported by said facts. 

Your inability to honestly engage with those facts might be a matter of principle (or lack thereof), but I'm simply pointing out you are wrong because that's the truth of the matter - regardless of which principles you claim to hold. 

 

It is not a citation of what you claimed (Steele having stated the pee-pee tapes have a 50/50 chance of being true). They are a citation of hearsay aboit Steele saying that.

Unsubstantiated accusations are acceptable to Dog. Sometimes. 

 

Bullshit, A lot of contributors post things here that cannot be considered cast in stone facts and about which you don't say shit. Your objection is not based on fact, you singled me out because you differ with me politically and because you're one of Sol's lemmings.

Unsubstantiated accusations are acceptable to you. Sometimes.

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8 hours ago, Dog said:

Bullshit, A lot of contributors post things here that cannot be considered cast in stone facts and about which you don't say shit.

If they tell me something is a cite in a discussion I am following, and it is not, I do say something. I don't follow every conversation, open every thread, or even read everyone's posts in the threads I do open. I have never claimed to catch everyone talking shit & comment on it. Just the one's that catch my eye. The prevalence of your bullshit makes it hard to miss.

 

8 hours ago, Dog said:

Your objection is not based on fact, you singled me out because you differ with me politically and because you're one of Sol's lemmings.

The facts are you were called for a cite to back up Steele saying the pee-pee tapes had a 50/50 chance of being real. All you provided was hearsay that Steele made that claim. You did not provide a cite to what was asked. That is the basis of my objection and those are facts. Take your "people are picking on me cos of my politics" whining two doors over, they're having a snowflake convention and could use a star act. 

 

8 hours ago, Dog said:

 Unsubstantiated accusations are acceptable to you. Sometimes.

Actually, I never accept them. I just don't have the time to comment on every single one in PA. Hell, it's a full-time job for folks like Sol to call you on yours here. 

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On 10/11/2018 at 5:15 PM, Ease the sheet. said:

No need to be so hard on the doggie. He's an architect.  A dreamer who draws pictures.  He leaves the reality stuff for the smart people.

He claims to be an architect.

 I've never seen any indication that he's anything more than a draftsman...... And actually...... I've never even seen that proof....

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6 minutes ago, Mrleft8 said:

He claims to be an architect.

 I've never seen any indication that he's anything more than a draftsman...... And actually...... I've never even seen that proof....

He does struggle to draw fact based conclusions......

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Glen Simpson would rather not..............

"Congressional Republicans are collecting evidence to show an extensive, election year, anti-Trump conspiracy between Hillary Clinton operatives such as Fusion GPS and Barack Obama appointees at the Justice Department and the FBI.

 The investigation took a new turn last week. Fusion co-founder Glenn Simpson decided to invoke the Fifth Amendment rather than testify under subpoena before a special House Republican task force".

 https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/oct/14/hillary-clinton-glenn-simpson-anti-trump-conspirac/

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3 minutes ago, Dog said:

Glen Simpson would rather not..............

"Congressional Republicans are collecting evidence to show an extensive, election year, anti-Trump conspiracy between Hillary Clinton operatives such as Fusion GPS and Barack Obama appointees at the Justice Department and the FBI.

 The investigation took a new turn last week. Fusion co-founder Glenn Simpson decided to invoke the Fifth Amendment rather than testify under subpoena before a special House Republican task force".

 https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/oct/14/hillary-clinton-glenn-simpson-anti-trump-conspirac/

Just so I can be clear on this - Is invoking the 5th a good thing or a bad thing? 

I know the Faithful have taken both positions.  Why, even the President has openly mused that only guilty people invoke the 5th.  But, that isn't a consistent principle (as if he HAS any consistent principles).

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6 minutes ago, Dog said:

Glen Simpson would rather not..............

"Congressional Republicans are collecting evidence to show an extensive, election year, anti-Trump conspiracy between Hillary Clinton operatives such as Fusion GPS and Barack Obama appointees at the Justice Department and the FBI.

 The investigation took a new turn last week. Fusion co-founder Glenn Simpson decided to invoke the Fifth Amendment rather than testify under subpoena before a special House Republican task force".

 https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/oct/14/hillary-clinton-glenn-simpson-anti-trump-conspirac/

Why would anyone subject themselves to such a partisan enterprise? I wouldn't testify in front of 8 variations of Devin Nunes either.

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13 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

Just so I can be clear on this - Is invoking the 5th a good thing or a bad thing? 

I know the Faithful have taken both positions.  Why, even the President has openly mused that only guilty people invoke the 5th.  But, that isn't a consistent principle (as if he HAS any consistent principles).

Invoking the 5th is not necessarily good or bad, but it does raise interesting questions.

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31 minutes ago, Dog said:

Glen Simpson would rather not..............

"Congressional Republicans are collecting evidence to show an extensive, election year, anti-Trump conspiracy between Hillary Clinton operatives such as Fusion GPS and Barack Obama appointees at the Justice Department and the FBI.

 The investigation took a new turn last week. Fusion co-founder Glenn Simpson decided to invoke the Fifth Amendment rather than testify under subpoena before a special House Republican task force".

 https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/oct/14/hillary-clinton-glenn-simpson-anti-trump-conspirac/

Who in their right mind would testify to a group of partisan goobers from one side of the aisle, who have roughly the integrity of, well, for lack of a better way of putting it, you?  

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21 minutes ago, Dog said:

Invoking the 5th is not necessarily good or bad, but it does raise interesting questions.

Nice non-answer.

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21 minutes ago, Ease the sheet. said:

So does that itch around your groin.

Speak for yourself, I don't want to know.

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19 hours ago, Dog said:

Glen Simpson would rather not..............

"Congressional Republicans are collecting evidence to show an extensive, election year, anti-Trump conspiracy between Hillary Clinton operatives such as Fusion GPS and Barack Obama appointees at the Justice Department and the FBI.

 The investigation took a new turn last week. Fusion co-founder Glenn Simpson decided to invoke the Fifth Amendment rather than testify under subpoena before a special House Republican task force".

 https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/oct/14/hillary-clinton-glenn-simpson-anti-trump-conspirac/

They're collecting evidence? Do they have -any- yet?

I'm collecting 1920s jazz guitars and historic America's Cup yachts.

-DSK

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19 hours ago, Dog said:

Invoking the 5th is not necessarily good or bad, but it does raise interesting questions.

 

Dolt 45, Drumpf says that pleading the 5th is implication of guilt.  It will be interesting to see how he feels about that, if and when he is interviewed by Mueller?

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7 hours ago, billy backstay said:

 

Dolt 45, Drumpf says that pleading the 5th is implication of guilt.  It will be interesting to see how he feels about that, if and when he is interviewed by Mueller?

He will deny ever saying, or even suggesting, that pleading the 5th is an implication of guilt.  And the Faithful will repeat it like Myna birds.

 

Watch.

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18 hours ago, Bus Driver said:

He will deny ever saying, or even suggesting, that pleading the 5th is an implication of guilt.  And the Faithful will repeat it like Myna birds.

 

Watch.

When you can be guilty of perjury by telling the truth, the 5th is your only hope.

 

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On 10/15/2018 at 9:06 AM, Dog said:

Invoking the 5th is not necessarily good or bad, but it does raise interesting questions.

 

please expand on where pleading the fifth can be good, beyond the individual who does not want to be self-incriminated...

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38 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

 

How long before Presidunce Dolt 45 pardons the convicted felon??

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2 hours ago, another 505 sailor said:

When you can be guilty of perjury by telling the truth, the 5th is your only hope.

 

???

Can you explain this just a little further?

-DSK

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5 minutes ago, billy backstay said:

 

How long before Presidunce Dolt 45 pardons the convicted felon??

Does Paulie even want to get out?  He fucked over a Russian to the tune of several millions dollars, right?

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1 minute ago, Bus Driver said:

Does Paulie even want to get out?  He fucked over a Russian to the tune of several millions dollars, right?

If Trump pardons Manafort, can he order Manafort into witness protection?  

 

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On 10/16/2018 at 4:48 AM, billy backstay said:

 

Dolt 45, Drumpf says that pleading the 5th is implication of guilt.  It will be interesting to see how he feels about that, if and when he is interviewed by Mueller?

Oh come on, he didn’t mean it!

:lol:

At least to liberals.  But Republicans give any utterance of Our Beautiful President a 1/2 life of 24 hours, and then after 48 hours, they lean forward in their chairs, waiting the next utterance.  Long term memory is such a pain in the ass, and no fun at all.....

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55 minutes ago, Amati said:

If Trump pardons Manafort, can he order Manafort into witness protection?  

 

I doubt if witness protection can be mandated. It can be requested by the (witness), and protection granted, but how do you order someone to change their identity, and keep it a secret?

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A US Treasury department official has been arrested and charged with leaking information relating to the Trump-Russia investigation to a journalist.

Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards is accused of disclosing reports over the past year on suspicious financial activity by figures including Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman.

Wouldn’t it have easier just to pass the information to Mueller?

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1 hour ago, Bus Driver said:

Does Paulie even want to get out?  He fucked over a Russian to the tune of several millions dollars, right?

Why on earth would New York’s Finest Campaign Manager have to bear the indignity of wearing prison attire?

Is prison attire even appropriate after Labor Day?  (Ask Martha Stewart).

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7 hours ago, mad said:

Wouldn’t it have easier just to pass the information to Mueller?

Nope. They need the media to report it to give it “credibility”. Just like the pee pee dossier  

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Naturally, no word from Facebook...

Source: MSN

"Twitter on Wednesday released a trove of 10 million tweets it says represents the full scope of foreign influence operations on the platform dating back nearly a decade — including Russia's consistent efforts to disparage Hillary Clinton and an initially erratic approach to Donald Trump that eventually settled on a concerted pro-Trump message during the 2016 campaign. 

The huge data cache consists of tweets from some 3,400 accounts tied to the Kremlin troll farm known as the Internet Research Agency and 770 others linked to Iran. It also includes some two million gifs, videos and other visual content. Twitter said it's making the information available to "enable independent academic research and investigation," according to a company blog post. 

The Russian tweets around the 2016 presidential election showed distinct patterns when it came to Clinton and Trump, according to researchers at the non-partisan Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab, which has been scouring the data since late last week. 

While the Clinton animus was clear from the start, it took the IRA a while to settle on its Trump strategy, as the Republican primary played out. "Literally from the day Clinton announced her candidacy they were attacking her," Ben Nimmo, an information defense fellow at the lab, told POLITICO. "But on the Republican side, in the early days, they seemed to be backing more than one horse."

Read more: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/massive-twitter-data-release-sheds-light-on-russia’s-trump-strategy/ 

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Presumption of guilt, at this point.

Most prisons have weight rooms and gyms and stuff. Manafort could show up very buff, in his green outfit.

 

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10 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

Why on earth would New York’s Finest Campaign Manager have to bear the indignity of wearing prison attire?

Is prison attire even appropriate after Labor Day?  (Ask Martha Stewart).

Marha says yes, but ya gotta wear an ostrich coat over it.   

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How are all you drips doing? Did you get him yet? Boy oh boy, that must be frustrating in the extreme? How many time has your heart leaped thinking this time we finally got him?

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27 minutes ago, Nailing Malarkey Too said:

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Christ man, are you really that desperate? Just do what the other lonely old women do, Jack, and buy yourself a cat or ten. 

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On 10/15/2018 at 9:18 AM, Sol Rosenberg said:

Who in their right mind would testify to a group of partisan goobers from one side of the aisle, who have roughly the integrity of, well, for lack of a better way of putting it, you?  

It's heartbreaking, IMO. Simpson has integrity to spare, and can't benefit from telling the truth before the House of Representatives?  

We live in shame anyway... then southern hemisphere types heap more upon us. 

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7 minutes ago, Movable Ballast said:

Nothing to talk about...

Am trying to see things from your perspective but I’m afraid I can’t get my head up my ass that far.

So do you think Manafort has spent 50 hours plus talking to Mueller and all they did was have coffee and play chess.

A condition of his plea deal is that he cooperate with Mueller fully and no telling porkies cause that will mean extra time to serve, think he would be very motivated to share don’t you ?

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42 minutes ago, Movable Ballast said:

Nothing else to talk about...

Yep. The campaign manager has spilled all the beans already.

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53 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

The Campaign Manager gets sentenced in February. That’s a lot of time to talk. 

https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/412279-manafort-to-be-sentenced-in-virginia-in-february

Heard earlier that Ellis was screwing Mueller's team by not letting them hold prosecution for all those charges over his head indefinitely. I suppose Ellis might be justified in that. It's a bit nasty to do to people...there should be some limits on the ability of prosecutors to do that stuff.  But that doesn't mean the prosecutors were thereby left without options. They gave him a trial stay at one of the luxury resorts he could have to live at...and that seems to have had an effect.  

 

 I thought this may be meaningful: 

 

  “We do think there are significant issues with Mr. Manafort’s health right now,” Kevin Downing, Manafort’s lead attorney, said. Downing added that expediting the sentencing process would get Manafort out of the “conditions that he’s in now.” Manafort was moved to federal prison in Alexandria in July.

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11 minutes ago, Nice! said:

Yep. The campaign manager has spilled all the beans already.

Tell that to Muellers team....according to Reuters judge wanted a timeline on when their interviews would be completed Team Mueller didn’t know when that would be.

Two possible conclusions either he is still singing like a canary or the songs over but team Mueller wish to keep their options open pending questions that may pop up in the future.

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20 minutes ago, Nice! said:

Yep. The campaign manager has spilled all the beans already.

I suspect Cohen has lots of beans to spill as well, he’s been involved in plenty of shady shenanigans on Trump’s behalf since 2006.

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8 minutes ago, Sean said:

I suspect Cohen has lots of beans to spill as well, he’s been involved in plenty of shady shenanigans on Trump’s behalf since 2006.

The freshly former deputy finance chair of the Republican National Committee is now urging people to vote..for democrats. The long time lawyer for trump is trying to cosy up to the D's and cooperating with prosecutors. His lawyer Davis went as far as saying, "I know that Mr. Cohen would never accept a pardon from a man that he considers to be both corrupt and a dangerous person in the oval office. And [Cohen] has flatly authorized me to say under no circumstances would he accept a pardon from Mr. Trump."

Why is he pissing off R's, they hold all the power at this moment and if they hold on to it life for him could get uglier. Is he underestimating the stupidity of the American voters?

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1 hour ago, Navig8tor said:

Am trying to see things from your perspective but I’m afraid I can’t get my head up my ass that far.

So do you think Manafort has spent 50 hours plus talking to Mueller and all they did was have coffee and play chess.

A condition of his plea deal is that he cooperate with Mueller fully and no telling porkies cause that will mean extra time to serve, think he would be very motivated to share don’t you ?

The only thing you have in your statement is the 50 hours. I don't know what they talked about and neither do you!

What I do know is that the whole Russian collusion FISA warrant was illegally obtained and Mueller knows that if that's all he has he has nothing. Failing a paper trail to some Oligarch putting bags of money in trumps plane he's got nothing.

 

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56 minutes ago, Mark K said:

Heard earlier that Ellis was screwing Mueller's team by not letting them hold prosecution for all those charges over his head indefinitely. I suppose Ellis might be justified in that. It's a bit nasty to do to people...there should be some limits on the ability of prosecutors to do that stuff.  But that doesn't mean the prosecutors were thereby left without options. They gave him a trial stay at one of the luxury resorts he could have to live at...and that seems to have had an effect.  

 

 I thought this may be meaningful: 

 

  “We do think there are significant issues with Mr. Manafort’s health right now,” Kevin Downing, Manafort’s lead attorney, said. Downing added that expediting the sentencing process would get Manafort out of the “conditions that he’s in now.” Manafort was moved to federal prison in Alexandria in July.

No doubt serious rectal discharge, and bleeding from excessive use......

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