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48 minutes ago, Fakenews said:

Ukraine paid 4407 Cohen to get trumps ear.  The drip is now a torrent 

 

Jedi mind meld.  “I am not the Russian you were warned about”

 

Spock was a Jedi? Who knew!

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Vulcans were very influential in the universe at the time.  Then their planet blew up.  

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51 minutes ago, Fakenews said:

Vulcans were very influential in the universe at the time.  Then their planet blew up.  

Krypton blew up. Vulcan is still there and will be for a very long time 

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3 minutes ago, A Pretty Face said:

Krypton blew up. Vulcan is still there and will be for a very long time 

Sorry to inform you but Vulcan actually imploded and everyone on the planet is DTS.

 

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Just now, A Pretty Face said:

Krypton blew up. Vulcan is still there and will be for a very long time 

Depends on which timeline

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22 minutes ago, Fakenews said:

Sorry to inform you but Vulcan actually imploded and everyone on the planet is DTS.

 

The planet Vulcan will be visited by Spock hundreds of years from now. 

The planet will not be blowing up until well after the Starship Enterprise spends many years touring the galaxy.  

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11 hours ago, RKoch said:

 

Breaking: Trump associate Roger Stone reveals new contact with Russian national during 2016 campaign

MIAMI — One day in late May 2016, Roger Stone — the political dark sorcerer and longtime confidant of Donald Trump — slipped into his Jaguar and headed out to meet a man with a Make America Great Again hat and a viscous Russian accent. 

The man, who called himself Henry Greenberg, offered damaging information about Hillary Clinton, Trump’s presumptive Democratic opponent in the upcoming presidential election, according to Stone who spoke about the previously unreported incident in interviews with The Washington Post. Greenberg, who did not reveal the information he claimed to possess, wanted Trump to pay $2 million for the political dirt, Stone said. 

“You don’t understand Donald Trump,” Stone recalled saying before rejecting the offer at a restaurant in the Russian-expat magnet of Sunny Isles, Fla. “He doesn’t pay for anything.” 

Later, Stone got a text message from Michael Caputo, a Trump campaign communications official who’d arranged the meeting after Greenberg had approached Caputo’s Russian-immigrant business partner.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-associate-roger-stone-reveals-new-contact-with-russian-national-during-2016-campaign/2018/06/17/4a8123c8-6fd0-11e8-bd50-b80389a4e569_story.html?utm_term=.71ccd53148dc

If that is what Stone is openly admitting to, what story is it that he is trying to get in front of?  He's not admitting that because he wants to.  He is trying to take the sting out of something.  

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11 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

If that is what Stone is openly admitting to, what story is it that he is trying to get in front of?  He's not admitting that because he wants to.  He is trying to take the sting out of something.  

That's the key question. IIRC Stone and Manafort are buddies...so likely Stone is worried about a piece of Manafort evidence or possible testimony.

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2 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

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He is trying to take the sting out of something.  

My guess would be an uncomfortable encounter in the shower at Club Fed.

He is just trying to make it sound like information was offered and not accepted. It's a red herring. 

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15 hours ago, phillysailor said:

Takeaways:

1. you should never talk to John McCain or any other person who has actually suffered torture. Your disdain for what they’ve endured makes that a dangerous encounter for you & your precious ego. 

2. You are clearly opposed to investigating and prosecuting crimes against the state. Not sure if you consider yourself a patriot, but it’s hard to be one when you want people to get away with sedition, violating national security laws and electoral fraud.

3. Your ability to present false equivalence is impressive. Our legal system is not an example of torture by any stretch of the imagination. You slander our entire judicial system by making such an accusation.

Guess you aren’t proud to be American, because you so cavalierly take the side of admitted criminals & liars.

Didn't you call me a traitor for supporting the investigation of crimes against the state?

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9 hours ago, RKoch said:
9 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

If that is what Stone is openly admitting to, what story is it that he is trying to get in front of?  He's not admitting that because he wants to.  He is trying to take the sting out of something.  

That's the key question. IIRC Stone and Manafort are buddies...so likely Stone is worried about a piece of Manafort evidence or possible testimony.

end of the article - claims it might have been an fbi set up.  kind of a precursor to spygate

there are way too many people involved in this case, on both sides, that love to be in the media spotlight.  and the media is all too willing to give them air time.

except mueller.  good boy

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26 minutes ago, hermetic said:

end of the article - claims it might have been an fbi set up.  kind of a precursor to spygate

there are way too many people involved in this case, on both sides, that love to be in the media spotlight.  and the media is all too willing to give them air time.

except mueller.  good boy

That will be his defense, but why bring it up publicly, when it contradicts so many things that have been said?  There must be a reason, perhaps publicity. That is really pushing the “any publicity is good publicity” mantra to the extreme. 

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30 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:
1 hour ago, hermetic said:

end of the article - claims it might have been an fbi set up.  kind of a precursor to spygate

there are way too many people involved in this case, on both sides, that love to be in the media spotlight.  and the media is all too willing to give them air time.

except mueller.  good boy

That will be his defense, but why bring it up publicly, when it contradicts so many things that have been said?  There must be a reason, perhaps publicity. That is really pushing the “any publicity is good publicity” mantra to the extreme. 

spygate.  the fbi set up the campaign - which lead to the investigation - which lead to the indictment and jailing of his pal

throw as much spaghetti at the wall as possible and see what the ig finds

or shit in the fan

the media comment was more a general observation.  i have thought that once mueller was appointed, the other "investigations" (congress) should have stopped - let him do his job without all the political theatre

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Mueller should really prosecute some Russians.  Seems he indicted them but now wants to delay for a while.  He's going to be too busy fixing leaks until November.

Here is the Indictment from the DOJ site.

https://www.google.com/search?q=russian+indictment&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b-1

As I read it they are complaining about interference in our political system and elections.  Those are two separate things.  The elections are defined in the constitution and the rules for them are built on that.

Our political "system", or any political system, has no such established process or methodology.  If the goal is to protect the "two party system" it is an anathema as far as I'm concerned.  A duopoly is as stagnant as autocracy, particularly when the two poles are so cooperative with each other to the exclusion of all others.  Since our spoils system only covers the top layer, our standing bureacracy is as bad as a standing army in enforcing the status quo with a bit of drift toward whichever party is in power.

If our nation is so fragile that propaganda alone can bring it down then it really is time for change.

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1 hour ago, hermetic said:

end of the article - claims it might have been an fbi set up.  kind of a precursor to spygate

there are way too many people involved in this case, on both sides, that love to be in the media spotlight.  and the media is all too willing to give them air time.

except mueller.  good boy

Every good show needs a producer and director.  Or, ex-director.

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1 hour ago, hermetic said:

spygate.  the fbi set up the campaign - which lead to the investigation - which lead to the indictment and jailing of his pal

throw as much spaghetti at the wall as possible and see what the ig finds

or shit in the fan

the media comment was more a general observation.  i have thought that once mueller was appointed, the other "investigations" (congress) should have stopped - let him do his job without all the political theatre

That should have happened, but didn't, with one of the Intel Committees being led down the "best defense is a good offense" path, and a propaganda machine ready to join the fight.  

The thing is, what Mueller finds is not a threat to the guy at the top, unless Congress decides that no one is above the law in this country.  This Congress is never going to do that for this President... unless he switches parties again.  That said, anyone who thinks what is going on now is nasty should brace themselves for the bloodsport that happens once Mueller's report is done.  

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4 hours ago, Dog said:

Didn't you call me a traitor for supporting the investigation of crimes against the state?

You were soggy stylin’, claiming that FBI guys & gals having political opinions = proof of improper behavior

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41 minutes ago, phillysailor said:

You were soggy stylin’, claiming that FBI guys & gals having political opinions = proof of improper behavior

Oh please...there is no evidence supporting your collusion fiction at all. There is plenty evidence the FBI and DOJ behaved improperly.

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42 minutes ago, Dog said:

Oh please...there is no evidence supporting your collusion fiction at all. There is plenty evidence the FBI and DOJ behaved improperly.

Dog, you got to share your advance copy of Mueller’s report with us. It’s just not fair keeping the facts to yourself like this. 

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1 minute ago, Sean said:

Dog, you got to share your advance copy of Mueller’s report with us. It’s just not fair keeping the facts to yourself like this. 

He's right.  Nobody will be charged with collusion.  Conspiracy maybe, but not collusion.  

WRT that other word, it may soon be Roger Stone's time in the barrel, after his confession to meeting with the Russian in Sunny Isles, aka Little Moscow.  

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8 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

He's right.  Nobody will be charged with collusion.  Conspiracy maybe, but not collusion.  

WRT that other word, it may soon be Roger Stone's time in the barrel, after his confession to meeting with the Russian in Sunny Isles, aka Little Moscow.  

 

Maybe old Roger can share a room with Manafort in the Pokey?  They would both flip, and hand over Trump on a silver platter, in a New York minute!!

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6 minutes ago, billy backstay said:

 

Maybe old Roger can share a room with Manafort in the Pokey?  They would both flip, and hand over Trump on a silver platter, in a New York minute!!

Roger is a Tough Guy.  He'll never talk.

except to Alex Jones.  

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9 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

Roger is a Tough Guy.  He'll never talk.

except to Alex Jones.  

 

Roger is also a very rich guy, and rich guys don't take well to incarceration, and loss of their freedom of movement....

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2 hours ago, Dog said:

Oh please...there is no evidence supporting your collusion fiction at all. There is plenty evidence the FBI and DOJ behaved improperly.

Say the lie often enough....

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2 hours ago, phillysailor said:

Say the lie often enough....

He's regurgitating Trumps big lie...that the IG report is tied to Mueller's investigation. 

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30 minutes ago, RKoch said:

He's regurgitating Trumps big lie...that the IG report is tied to Mueller's investigation. 

Drip...drip...drip...

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14 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

That will be his defense, but why bring it up publicly, when it contradicts so many things that have been said?  There must be a reason, perhaps publicity. That is really pushing the “any publicity is good publicity” mantra to the extreme. 

It think Rudy got it right, they seek to try this case in the court of public opinion. 

 After giving it some thought I believe that might be their smartest move. Fact is the Constitution did not set it up so the judicial branch could go after a POTUS. They effectively made it so anything the POTUS does is legal IF Congress supports it. '

 Lincoln positively shredded the Constitution during the civil war. Andy Jackson also told the Supreme Court to stick it, and since Congress was quite happy to have all those Injuns run off good cotton growing land that was that. Wilson got to jail critics during WW1, Roosevelt got to jail people of Japanese ancestry. Obama got to set up FEMA death camps when he had a friendly Congress, as we all know. 

  Anything can be doggied, but it has to have a doggiable rump stuck up and a-hanging out there first. Roger is hanging his out to be gang-banged by the FBI is a bastion of Democrats crowd.  

  

 

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2 hours ago, Mark K said:

It think Rudy got it right, they seek to try this case in the court of public opinion. 

 After giving it some thought I believe that might be their smartest move. Fact is the Constitution did not set it up so the judicial branch could go after a POTUS. They effectively made it so anything the POTUS does is legal IF Congress supports it. '

 Lincoln positively shredded the Constitution during the civil war. Andy Jackson also told the Supreme Court to stick it, and since Congress was quite happy to have all those Injuns run off good cotton growing land that was that. Wilson got to jail critics during WW1, Roosevelt got to jail people of Japanese ancestry. Obama got to set up FEMA death camps when he had a friendly Congress, as we all know. 

  Anything can be doggied, but it has to have a doggiable rump stuck up and a-hanging out there first. Roger is hanging his out to be gang-banged by the FBI is a bastion of Democrats crowd.  

  

 

You analysis is cogent and informed.  I would say we need an secondary electoral college to deal with electing congress people, but since the first one failed regarding Trump, why bother.

Rather than be as cynical and nasty as is justified right now, let me just post a photo of the best bottle of wine anybody can buy in the 10 dollar range.  When it first hit the scene the esteemed critic Parker said (and he tasted it blind. Had no idea it was a 10 dollar bottle at the time)

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Another outstanding effort is the 2011 Tinto, a blend of 85% Grenache (called Garnacha in Spain) and 15% Tempranillo that is fermented and aged in stainless steel. Possibly the single greatest dry red wine value in the world, this is an unbelievable wine … any wine retailer worth his weight should be stockpiling the wine next to the cash register.

It’s deep deep ruby/purple color is followed by classic aromas of kirsch liqueur intermixed with raspberries, loamy soil and flowers. The medium to full-bodied wine possesses remarkable depth, an expansive texture and wonderful freshness as well as purity. On taste alone, this beauty could easily sell for $30-$50 a bottle … I don’t know how anyone can make wines this good to sell at this price, but somehow importer Jorge Ordonez finds them. 92 Points

As we weather these times, do yourself a favor and get one of these

bodegas-borsao-primizia-garnacha-campo-d

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On 6/18/2018 at 3:51 AM, mad said:

Our very own ‘drip, drip, drip’ is in progress as we speak. Quite possibly with ties between all. 

Could you be Britex manager and keep us up to date with a thread?

Similarly we could do with a few ongoing international threads on the Greek crisis, Palestine etc..broaden our outlooks a bit. 

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Been out of the loop for a while..the Mueller investigation is getting confusing.

here's one timeline of events but if anyone can fine a better one it would be good to post it on this thread at intervals and somehow flagged.

sorting this out to tell the grandkids the tale is going to be difficult to maintain truth and objectivity with all the obfuscation going on.

https://www.axios.com/mueller-russia-probe-timeline-update-70433acd-9ef7-424d-aa01-b962ae5c9647.html

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1 hour ago, Shortforbob said:

Could you be Britex manager and keep us up to date with a thread?

Similarly we could do with a few ongoing international threads on the Greek crisis, Palestine etc..broaden our outlooks a bit. 

Happy to if people want to know what's going on.  You can start the thread 

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7 minutes ago, mad said:

Happy to if people want to know what's going on.  You can start the thread 

There are a few of us that are going to be effected if Britex goes ahead. But its pointless me starting a thread as I dont have the same availability of information that you do.

You start it....I'm sure you can cope with the general disinterest and lack of response from the vulgar herd here...you can just top it up from time to time to keep those with a vested interest in maintaining the status quo informed :) 

actually I recall there was one started by someone at the time..but I cant find it.

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2 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

There are a few of us that are going to be effected if Britex goes ahead. But its pointless me starting a thread as I dont have the same availability of information that you do.

You start it....I'm sure you can cope with the general disinterest and lack of response from the vulgar herd here...you can just top it up from time to time to keep those with a vested interest in maintaining the status quo informed :) 

:lol:

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7 hours ago, Mark K said:

It think Rudy got it right, they seek to try this case in the court of public opinion. 

 After giving it some thought I believe that might be their smartest move. Fact is the Constitution did not set it up so the judicial branch could go after a POTUS. They effectively made it so anything the POTUS does is legal IF Congress supports it. '

 Lincoln positively shredded the Constitution during the civil war. Andy Jackson also told the Supreme Court to stick it, and since Congress was quite happy to have all those Injuns run off good cotton growing land that was that. Wilson got to jail critics during WW1, Roosevelt got to jail people of Japanese ancestry. Obama got to set up FEMA death camps when he had a friendly Congress, as we all know. 

  Anything can be doggied, but it has to have a doggiable rump stuck up and a-hanging out there first. Roger is hanging his out to be gang-banged by the FBI is a bastion of Democrats crowd.  

  

 

What case?

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Drip...drip...drip...

 Comey (now under investigation himself) and Lynch refuse to appear and McCabe takes the fifth. Getting hot in the kitchen......

 "Fired FBI Director James Comey refused to appear before Congress on Monday to talk about his handling of the Clinton email investigation, and his fired deputy, Andrew McCabe, asserted his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination, Sen. Charles E. Grassley said.

 Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch also declined to show up for a major hearing where the Senate Judiciary Committee was looking into the inspector general’s report detailing major bungles in Mr. Comey’s handling of the Clinton investigation".

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jun/18/comey-refuses-testify-congress-mccabe-pleads-fifth/

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26 minutes ago, Dog said:

Drip...drip...drip...

 Comey (now under investigation himself) and Lynch refuse to appear and McCabe takes the fifth. Getting hot in the kitchen......

 "Fired FBI Director James Comey refused to appear before Congress on Monday to talk about his handling of the Clinton email investigation, and his fired deputy, Andrew McCabe, asserted his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination, Sen. Charles E. Grassley said.

 Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch also declined to show up for a major hearing where the Senate Judiciary Committee was looking into the inspector general’s report detailing major bungles in Mr. Comey’s handling of the Clinton investigation".

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jun/18/comey-refuses-testify-congress-mccabe-pleads-fifth/

is Mueller investigating Comey now? pardon me I've been Out of touch with the news for 7 weeks.

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Just now, Shortforbob said:

is Mueller investigating Comey now? pardon me I've been Out of touch with the news for 7 weeks.

No...The IG Horowitz is.

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10 minutes ago, Dog said:

No...The IG Horowitz is.

what for?

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2 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

what for?

Mishandling classified information apparently contained in the memos he leaked.

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8 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

what for?

 

Comey was called out for disobeying his superiors, but no political favoritism was found, as was claimed by the Trumpsters.

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29 minutes ago, billy backstay said:

 

Comey was called out for disobeying his superiors, but no political favoritism was found, as was claimed by the Trumpsters.

I look forward to another report detailing how the FBI helped to defeat Broom Hillda. 

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50 minutes ago, Dog said:

Mishandling classified information apparently contained in the memos he leaked.

um..wern't they his own memos? I didn't know they ever had been classified before he left a safe copy with a friend....or are you talking about something other than the notes he took directly after his dinner with Trump?

A dinner for two arranged privately by trump in trumps home.

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the ig is going to make suggestions as to whether the memo's were / are work product or personal

comey won't get charged, but the result will become policy going forward

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15 minutes ago, Shortforbob said:

um..wern't they his own memos? I didn't know they ever had been classified before he left a safe copy with a friend....or are you talking about something other than the notes he took directly after his dinner with Trump?

A dinner for two arranged privately by trump in trumps home.

Comey wrote 7 memos and apparently 4 of them contained classified information. He leaked 4 memos for the purpose of prompting the appointment of a special prosecutor.

Do the math.

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Just now, Dog said:

Comey wrote 7 memos and apparently 4 of them contained classified information. He leaked 4 memos for the purpose of prompting the appointment of a special prosecutor.

Do the math.

what was the classified information?

Anyway, if the presidents own appointed AG thought that the material warranted a SP then surely comey is a hero not a traitor ..

Hmm..i think this may have been discussed before.

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17 minutes ago, Dog said:

Comey wrote 7 memos and apparently 4 of them contained classified information. He leaked 4 memos for the purpose of prompting the appointment of a special prosecutor.

Do the math.

Not true.  I believe one was retroactively classified confidential.

Doggy styling AGAIN!

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26 minutes ago, Fakenews said:

Not true.  I believe one was retroactively classified confidential.

Doggy styling AGAIN!

You believe? 

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Retroactive classification is the best kind.  It's like putting the fake fire hydrant by the parked car and writing the parking ticket.  

I love it I love it.

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2 hours ago, Dog said:

No...The IG Horowitz is.

Was

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Drip...drip...drip...

"When former Attorney General Loretta Lynch testified last year about her decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information, she swore she never talked to “anyone” on the Clinton campaign. That categorical denial, though made in response to a series of questions about whether she spoke with Clintonworld about remaining attorney general if Hillary won the election, could come back to haunt her.

The Senate Judiciary Committee, which has launched a bipartisan investigation into Lynch for possible obstruction of justice, recently learned of the existence of a document indicating Lynch assured the political director of Clinton’s campaign she wouldn’t let FBI agents “go too far” in probing the former secretary of state".

https://nypost.com/2017/07/06/new-holes-in-loretta-lynchs-story-on-the-hillary-probe/

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3 minutes ago, Dog said:

Drip...drip...drip...

"When former Attorney General Loretta Lynch testified last year about her decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information, she swore she never talked to “anyone” on the Clinton campaign. That categorical denial, though made in response to a series of questions about whether she spoke with Clintonworld about remaining attorney general if Hillary won the election, could come back to haunt her.

The Senate Judiciary Committee, which has launched a bipartisan investigation into Lynch for possible obstruction of justice, recently learned of the existence of a document indicating Lynch assured the political director of Clinton’s campaign she wouldn’t let FBI agents “go too far” in probing the former secretary of state".

https://nypost.com/2017/07/06/new-holes-in-loretta-lynchs-story-on-the-hillary-probe/

Lets see the document.  

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5 minutes ago, Dog said:

Is

Report issued. Up to Sessions now.

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5 minutes ago, Raz'r said:

Report issued. Up to Sessions now.

Wrong....The first report has been issued. Horowitz among other things, is now investigating Comey.

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Comey? You mean the guy that Trump fired because of the "Russian Thing?" Obstruction of justice is bad...sometimes.

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About that “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it,” text message that the sycophants around here frame as perfectly innocent expression of political opinion. Well it seems Mr. Strzok went to some lengths to conceal it.

"Michael Horowitz, the head of the DOJ’s office of inspector general (OIG), said that his cyber forensics team took four separate investigative steps before discovering a controversial Aug. 8, 2016 text message that Strzok sent to former FBI attorney Lisa Page.

The forensic team went as far as contacting the Pentagon for help in extracting text messages that were missing from Strzok and Page’s FBI-issued cell phones".

http://dailycaller.com/2018/06/18/horowitz-challenging-strzok-text/

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7 minutes ago, Dog said:

About that “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it,” text message that the sycophants around here frame as perfectly innocent expression of political opinion. Well it seems Mr. Strzok went to some lengths to conceal it.

"Michael Horowitz, the head of the DOJ’s office of inspector general (OIG), said that his cyber forensics team took four separate investigative steps before discovering a controversial Aug. 8, 2016 text message that Strzok sent to former FBI attorney Lisa Page.

The forensic team went as far as contacting the Pentagon for help in extracting text messages that were missing from Strzok and Page’s FBI-issued cell phones".

http://dailycaller.com/2018/06/18/horowitz-challenging-strzok-text/

What acts did these agents take in furtherance of their plot, according to the IG?  

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8 minutes ago, Dog said:

About that “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it,” text message that the sycophants around here frame as perfectly innocent expression of political opinion. Well it seems Mr. Strzok went to some lengths to conceal it.

"Michael Horowitz, the head of the DOJ’s office of inspector general (OIG), said that his cyber forensics team took four separate investigative steps before discovering a controversial Aug. 8, 2016 text message that Strzok sent to former FBI attorney Lisa Page.

The forensic team went as far as contacting the Pentagon for help in extracting text messages that were missing from Strzok and Page’s FBI-issued cell phones".

http://dailycaller.com/2018/06/18/horowitz-challenging-strzok-text/

So, probably every month or so I delete all texts on my phone. Am I covering something up?

 

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12 minutes ago, Dog said:

About that “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it,” text message that the sycophants around here frame as perfectly innocent expression of political opinion. Well it seems Mr. Strzok went to some lengths to conceal it....

...

What lengths did they go to? Was it more or less than, say, the Trump Jr. meeting or maybe Cohen shredding document? Because if it's what you say it is, I love it.

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24 minutes ago, Raz'r said:

So, probably every month or so I delete all texts on my phone. Am I covering something up?

 

Do you delete only the incriminating ones?

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15 minutes ago, bhyde said:

What lengths did they go to? Was it more or less than, say, the Trump Jr. meeting or maybe Cohen shredding document? Because if it's what you say it is, I love it.

You have to imagine what they could have done.  Imagine!  It's okay to imagine what law enforcement could have done, when you are not talking about statistical data related to dead black folks from interactions with law enforcement.  It's unfair to question law enforcement in that context, but in this case, you must consider the evidence-free implications of their possible acts.  

The Doggy Style. 

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1 minute ago, Dog said:

Do you delete only the incriminating ones?

Did someone say they only deleted certain messages?

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2 minutes ago, Raz'r said:

Did someone say they only deleted certain messages?

Well some didn't need the pentagon's assistance to recover.

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17 minutes ago, Dog said:

Well some didn't need the pentagon's assistance to recover.

You mean like the more recent ones, that weren't caught by the monthly cull?

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***Trump's personal attorney is 'willing to give info' about the President!!***




https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/19/politics/michael-cohen-criminal-lawyer-guy-petrillo/index.html 
 
Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen has signaled to friends that he is "willing to give" investigators information on the President if that's what they are looking for, and is planning on hiring a new lawyer to handle a possible indictment from federal prosecutors. 

"He knows a lot of things about the President and he's not averse to talking in the right situation," one of Cohen's New York friends who is in touch with him told CNN. "If they want information on Trump, he's willing to give it."

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2 minutes ago, RKoch said:

***Trump's personal attorney is 'willing to give info' about the President!!***




https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/19/politics/michael-cohen-criminal-lawyer-guy-petrillo/index.html 
 
Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen has signaled to friends that he is "willing to give" investigators information on the President if that's what they are looking for, and is planning on hiring a new lawyer to handle a possible indictment from federal prosecutors. 

"He knows a lot of things about the President and he's not averse to talking in the right situation," one of Cohen's New York friends who is in touch with him told CNN. "If they want information on Trump, he's willing to give it."

Cheeto Benito ain’t gonna like this. He (Trump) should have known better than to treat Cohen like a door mat. 

Cohen doesn’t strike me as the brightest bulb on the tree, but maybe he’s finally figured out what a prick his boss is. 

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Just now, Sean said:

Cheeto Benito ain’t gonna like this. He (Trump) should have known better than to treat Cohen like a door mat. 

Cohen doesn’t strike me as the brightest bulb on the tree, but maybe he’s finally figured out what a prick his boss is. 

I'm sure he knows Trump is a dick, he's one too. What he's finally figuring out is his ass is going to the slammer unless he can cut a deal. 

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Smart play on his part. Comfy Fed Med “summer camp” for 6 months beats prison for years..

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52 minutes ago, RKoch said:

***Trump's personal attorney is 'willing to give info' about the President!!***




https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/19/politics/michael-cohen-criminal-lawyer-guy-petrillo/index.html 
 
Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen has signaled to friends that he is "willing to give" investigators information on the President if that's what they are looking for, and is planning on hiring a new lawyer to handle a possible indictment from federal prosecutors. 

"He knows a lot of things about the President and he's not averse to talking in the right situation," one of Cohen's New York friends who is in touch with him told CNN. "If they want information on Trump, he's willing to give it."

That happens all the time. He really didn’t do very much for the Most Innocent Man in the GOP. He knows less about Russia than he does the law, other than those negotiations for a Moscow Trump Tower. He isn’t going to remember any of that stuff anyway. Nobody remembers meetings with Russians...except Robert Mueller. 

He will not be charged with collusion. No collusion!

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They've got to protect Manafort until he cracks and spills the beans.

Manafort in Solitary Confinement to Protect Against Violent 'Street Cred' Attack...

Source: Mediate




Manafort in Solitary Confinement to Protect Against Violent ‘Street Cred’ Attack, Trump’s Ex-Lawyer Says 

by Aidan McLaughlin | 5:49 pm, June 19th, 2018 

Paul Manafort has been put in “solitary confinement” according to John Dowd, his friend and President Donald Trump‘s former lawyer. 

Trump’s jowly ex-attorney on the Russia investigation told Fox News that after Manafort’s $10 million bail was revoked, he was put “in solitary confinement for his own safety from the general prison population.” 

“The warden is concerned that someone would violently attack Paul just for street cred,” Dowd added. He also said Manafort’s imprisonment was an “outrageous violation” of his civil liberties. 

“They make all prisoners return to their cells whenever Paul needs to leave his cell,” Dowd added. 


Read more: https://www.mediaite.com/online/manafort-in-solitary-confinement-to-protect-against-violent-street-cred-attack-trumps-ex-lawyer-says/ 

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14 minutes ago, badlatitude said:

They've got to protect Manafort until he cracks and spills the beans.

Manafort in Solitary Confinement to Protect Against Violent 'Street Cred' Attack...

Source: Mediate




Manafort in Solitary Confinement to Protect Against Violent ‘Street Cred’ Attack, Trump’s Ex-Lawyer Says 

by Aidan McLaughlin | 5:49 pm, June 19th, 2018 

Paul Manafort has been put in “solitary confinement” according to John Dowd, his friend and President Donald Trump‘s former lawyer. 

Trump’s jowly ex-attorney on the Russia investigation told Fox News that after Manafort’s $10 million bail was revoked, he was put “in solitary confinement for his own safety from the general prison population.” 

“The warden is concerned that someone would violently attack Paul just for street cred,” Dowd added. He also said Manafort’s imprisonment was an “outrageous violation” of his civil liberties. 

“They make all prisoners return to their cells whenever Paul needs to leave his cell,” Dowd added. 


Read more: https://www.mediaite.com/online/manafort-in-solitary-confinement-to-protect-against-violent-street-cred-attack-trumps-ex-lawyer-says/ 

Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.

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3 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

That happens all the time. He really didn’t do very much for the Most Innocent Man in the GOP. He knows less about Russia than he does the law, other than those negotiations for a Moscow Trump Tower. He isn’t going to remember any of that stuff anyway. Nobody remembers meetings with Russians...except Robert Mueller. 

He will not be charged with collusion. No collusion!

Waiting for the Hannity Defense...

 

https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2018/04/16/sean-hannity-speaks-cohen-link-sot-nr.cnn

 

 Should be fun.  

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2 hours ago, badlatitude said:

They've got to protect Manafort until he cracks and spills the beans.

Manafort in Solitary Confinement to Protect Against Violent 'Street Cred' Attack...

Source: Mediate




Manafort in Solitary Confinement to Protect Against Violent ‘Street Cred’ Attack, Trump’s Ex-Lawyer Says 

by Aidan McLaughlin | 5:49 pm, June 19th, 2018 

Paul Manafort has been put in “solitary confinement” according to John Dowd, his friend and President Donald Trump‘s former lawyer. 

Trump’s jowly ex-attorney on the Russia investigation told Fox News that after Manafort’s $10 million bail was revoked, he was put “in solitary confinement for his own safety from the general prison population.” 

“The warden is concerned that someone would violently attack Paul just for street cred,” Dowd added. He also said Manafort’s imprisonment was an “outrageous violation” of his civil liberties. 

“They make all prisoners return to their cells whenever Paul needs to leave his cell,” Dowd added. 


Read more: https://www.mediaite.com/online/manafort-in-solitary-confinement-to-protect-against-violent-street-cred-attack-trumps-ex-lawyer-says/ 

They protect all celebs in jail. Remember the comedy of Lindsey Lohan's jail "term"? Celebs write books about their jail time. He has no shot at general pop until prison. It would be wrong to view this as soft treatment. For the vast majority of humans locked in an 8 x 10 no window cage is much much much much worse. Bet the house there are no guards or staff chit-chatting with the celeb too.

 For a cosmopolitan "man about town" such as him?? Give it two weeks tops to rock his world as much as it can be. 

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2 minutes ago, Mark K said:

They protect all celebs in jail. Remember the comedy of Lindsey Lohan's jail "term"? Celebs write books about their jail time. He has no shot at general pop until prison. It would be wrong to view this as soft treatment. For the vast majority of humans locked in an 8 x 10 no window cage is much much much much worse. Bet the house there are no guards or staff chit-chatting with the celeb too.

 For a cosmopolitan "man about town" such as him?? Give it two weeks tops to rock his world as much as it can be. 

Maybe sooner. If you put up almost $12 million bucks to stay out, it must be horrific to have to take a crap on camera.

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25 minutes ago, badlatitude said:

Maybe sooner. If you put up almost $12 million bucks to stay out, it must be horrific to have to take a crap on camera.

     He likes to say he is willing to take a bullet for Trump. Perhaps...but I am willing to bet he will soon feel he didn't sign up for this shit. 

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14 minutes ago, Mark K said:

     He likes to say he is willing to take a bullet for Trump. Perhaps...but I am willing to bet he will soon feel he didn't sign up for this shit. 

Very soon, and the Trump world will be rocked.

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6 hours ago, badlatitude said:

Very soon, and the Trump world will be rocked.

He says on page 86.

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Drip...drip...drip...

"So . . . what did McCabe, Comey and Strzok do? They sat on it until police officers in New York and FBI agents in New York threatened to expose them.

By October 28, it was only 11 days before the election. Comey panicked. The jig was up. They had been hiding it for three weeks. Comey’s guilt and concern for his own career caused him to realize he could not keep it quiet any longer.

Everything exploded when Comey wrote a letter to Congress vaguely reporting the discovery of “additional emails that appear to be related to the investigation.” He wrote further, “the FBI cannot assess at this time whether or not the material may be significant.”

Comey’s words to Congress are belied by the inspector general’s report who bought none of their excuses for the multi-week delay in addressing the emails.

On October 30, 2016, The Daily Caller reported that the Department of Justice had not even sought a warrant for review of the 350,000 Clinton emails".

http://dailycaller.com/2018/06/19/fbi-doj-and-hillary-clinton-weiner-problem/

 

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13 minutes ago, Dog said:

Drip...drip...drip...

"So . . . what did McCabe, Comey and Strzok do? They sat on it until police officers in New York and FBI agents in New York threatened to expose them.

By October 28, it was only 11 days before the election. Comey panicked. The jig was up. They had been hiding it for three weeks. Comey’s guilt and concern for his own career caused him to realize he could not keep it quiet any longer.

Everything exploded when Comey wrote a letter to Congress vaguely reporting the discovery of “additional emails that appear to be related to the investigation.” He wrote further, “the FBI cannot assess at this time whether or not the material may be significant.”

Comey’s words to Congress are belied by the inspector general’s report who bought none of their excuses for the multi-week delay in addressing the emails.

On October 30, 2016, The Daily Caller reported that the Department of Justice had not even sought a warrant for review of the 350,000 Clinton emails".

http://dailycaller.com/2018/06/19/fbi-doj-and-hillary-clinton-weiner-problem/

 

You should send them a thank you note for keeping Hillary out of office. They timed it for maximum effect, while not saying a public word about the candidate whose crew was being investigated for ties to Russia. 

Poor Paulie. From Campaign Chairman to Solitary Confinement. Doggy Styling has consequences. 

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just say something from ABC news last night, and it looks like Cohen is about to flip and cooperate with Mueller.  Time to clean out the Aegean Stables, Cesspool that is Trumps Swamp!!

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56 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

You should send them a thank you note for keeping Hillary out of office. They timed it for maximum effect, while not saying a public word about the candidate whose crew was being investigated for ties to Russia. 

Poor Paulie. From Campaign Chairman to Solitary Confinement. Doggy Styling has consequences. 

They timed it to save their own asses. They had been sitting on the discovery of 350,000 emails for 3 weeks without even getting a warrant and the NY agents were about to blow the whistle. Or, as the IG concluded, the motivation was to preserve the legitimacy of what was considered an inevitable Hillary Clinton presidency.

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25 minutes ago, Dog said:

They timed it to save their own asses. They had been sitting on the discovery of 350,000 emails for 3 weeks without even getting a warrant and the NY agents were about to blow the whistle. Or, as the IG concluded, the motivation was to preserve the legitimacy of what was considered an inevitable Hillary Clinton presidency.

What exactly did the IG say about legitimacy?

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3 hours ago, Dog said:

He says on page 86.

See how long it took to get his bail revoked? How long will it be before he is sentenced? and how long will the appeal take?

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5 minutes ago, badlatitude said:

See how long it took to get his bail revoked? How long will it be before he is sentenced? and how long will the appeal take?

IIRC, Manafort has a trial on the initial charges in Sept. Another trial on the second round of charges in Nov.  IDK when a trial is scheduled on the witness-tampering charges. I don't see any scenario where he ever gets out of jail, unless he's acquitted of all 30+ charges (which is unlikely).

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1 minute ago, RKoch said:

IIRC, Manafort has a trial on the initial charges in Sept. Another trial on the second round of charges in Nov.  IDK when a trial is scheduled on the witness-tampering charges. I don't see any scenario where he ever gets out of jail, unless he's acquitted of all 30+ charges (which is unlikely).

A desperate president will roll the dice and pardon him. He will tell the country it is because of malicious prosecution and a corrupt justice department. The Supreme Court will tell him, no. It all falls apart shortly after that.

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