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and again! :x :x

Ah well, an interesting read on the pretend AG https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/02/07/why-is-matthew-whitaker-panic-stricken-about-testifying-before-congress/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.14c79a195a58


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Hopefully this one wasn't on your "To-Do" list...

Coulter before she jumped the fence...
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(margins mollified... :blush: )
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 10:35 am 
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Trump's getting all foxy...

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-taps-former-fox-news-reporter-to-lead-agency-countering-russian-disinformation/ar-BBTiT0p?ocid=spartanntp

Prefer this kind of fox on the run:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP2umy6TdEU&list=RDVP2umy6TdEU&start_radio=1


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 10:45 am 
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The job hopping from FOX to the gubmint and then vice versa is reaching laughable proportions.
Trey Gowdy is headed to FOX shortly apparently.


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Jeff Bezos has taken the nuclear option in the face of attempted extortion from the National Enquirer

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/02/07/medi ... index.html

It was all politically motivated apparently, which connects it rather neatly back to this thread.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 12:12 pm 
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"At least" four Grandparents... how many Grandparents does a normal Trümp voter have?


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 12:14 pm 
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"At least" four Grandparents... how many Grandparents does a normal Trümp voter have?


Depends, if they're on the same side of the family tree can you count them twice?


(That was a bit below the belt, wasn't it)


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Turbogoat wrote:
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"At least" four Grandparents... how many Grandparents does a normal Trümp voter have?


Depends, if they're on the same side of the family tree can you count them twice?


(That was a bit below the belt, wasn't it)


A mushroom bit below


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I thought a bezos story was sure to pull sneaker through the sixth gate and back into our dimension.


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And ffs people. Margins.


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Yupp, I can agree with this. It's either all about politics and/or race.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/07/politics/justin-fairfax-sexual-assault-resignation/index.html


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Yupp, I can agree with this. It's either all about politics and/or race.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/07/politics/justin-fairfax-sexual-assault-resignation/index.html


So you agree with this statement then?

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Add all of that to Donald Trump in the White House -- and his clear use of racial animus for his own political gain


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Amazing how S13 can always see Dems being about race and sex but with the GOP it is overblown and bad policy.

Kav lies under oath about minor things then is doubted about a major thing and that is somehow the same as Fairfax.

Hey Saf, do you have a bag of pearls you dig out to clutch?


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:54 pm 
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houtkabouter wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
Yupp, I can agree with this. It's either all about politics and/or race.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/07/politics/justin-fairfax-sexual-assault-resignation/index.html


So you agree with this statement then?

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Add all of that to Donald Trump in the White House -- and his clear use of racial animus for his own political gain

I think both parties use the race card for political gain all the time.


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Time's running out for a trade deal with China. Things could get interesting on that front soon enough, the stock market's getting jittery.


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saffer13 wrote:
houtkabouter wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
Yupp, I can agree with this. It's either all about politics and/or race.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/07/politics/justin-fairfax-sexual-assault-resignation/index.html


So you agree with this statement then?

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Add all of that to Donald Trump in the White House -- and his clear use of racial animus for his own political gain

I think both parties use the race card for political gain all the time.

That’s not using the race card. That’s saying he is racist.

Or appealing to racists.


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houtkabouter wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
houtkabouter wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
Yupp, I can agree with this. It's either all about politics and/or race.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/07/politics/justin-fairfax-sexual-assault-resignation/index.html


So you agree with this statement then?

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Add all of that to Donald Trump in the White House -- and his clear use of racial animus for his own political gain

I think both parties use the race card for political gain all the time.

That’s not using the race card. That’s saying he is racist.

The race card has been played on that at every opportunity as well. I don't necessarily agree with that, just like I certainly don't agree with people who equate people that voted for him as being racist bigots either.


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Grassley says Mueller report is coming out "within a month". Anyone believe this?


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Grassley says Mueller report is coming out "within a month". Anyone believe this?


There's been a few clues that the talking heads are reading faaaar too much into.
Part of the investigation appears to be winding down as some of the team return to previous roles.

Cohen was due to testify in front of Congress, but that was then delayed due to possible witless.... sorry witness intimidation. It was then delayed again with the blessing of Congress until Feb 28 because to do so now would likely interfere with an active investigation.
Somehow, it will no longer interfere with said investigation if it takes place on Feb 28.

Now... that might all just be smoke&mirrors or at best pertain to one part of the investigation, but it's likely there will be some significant progress this month.

As much as I want to see the end result of it all, I'd rather they really cross all T's and dot all I's and get things right, all wrapped up in a neat little bow.

The submission of a report from the investigation won't be the end of things though, it'll really just be the start. Things are going to get ugly after that, and many people are going to long for the sunny peaceful times of when the investigation was ongoing.


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Turbogoat wrote:
Jeff Bezos has taken the nuclear option in the face of attempted extortion from the National Enquirer

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/02/07/medi ... index.html

It was all politically motivated apparently, which connects it rather neatly back to this thread.

https://twitter.com/SethAbramson/status ... 9903266816

BREAKING: Federal prosecutors are reviewing the National Enquirer’s handling of its story about Jeff Bezos’ extramarital affair to determine if the company violated an earlier cooperation deal with prosecutors,


Apparently, as a result of the deal the Enquirer did with the Feds, if they subsequently do anything (major) illegal when they'd be in the sh1t.
And extortion would count - assuming they could actually PROVE it in court. Certainly enough to warrant an investigation.


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Yer Man wrote:
Turbogoat wrote:
Jeff Bezos has taken the nuclear option in the face of attempted extortion from the National Enquirer

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/02/07/medi ... index.html

It was all politically motivated apparently, which connects it rather neatly back to this thread.

https://twitter.com/SethAbramson/status ... 9903266816

BREAKING: Federal prosecutors are reviewing the National Enquirer’s handling of its story about Jeff Bezos’ extramarital affair to determine if the company violated an earlier cooperation deal with prosecutors,


Apparently, as a result of the deal the Enquirer did with the Feds, if they subsequently do anything (major) illegal when they'd be in the sh1t.
And extortion would count - assuming they could actually PROVE it in court. Certainly enough to warrant an investigation.


The emails that Bezos released from the Enquirer lawyer look pretty damning from here. If it went down like Bezos said it did and they can prove that, then Pecker is in a whole wide world of shit.







Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.


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Also, that Senate Intelligence Committee probe on Russian interference in Elections...

https://twitter.com/SethAbramson/status ... 1651635205


3/ QUOTE #1: "[Burr] acknowledges now that the investigation is broader, and perhaps more consequential, than it has long been thought to be."
So America doesn't realize how much troubling material the Senate has found—or how far-flung and important to our future the material is.

4/ QUOTE #2: "What [has]...extended the life of the [Senate] investigation...is a better understanding of...how coordinated and organized the effort was."
So it was the "coordination" and "organization" of what Russia did—uh, coordinating with *whom*?—that has shocked the Senate.

6/ QUOTE #3 (CBS): "The [probe] isn't compiling the story of one pivotal election, but of something larger, more complicated and—from a counterintelligence perspective—more nefarious.
The final report may be so highly classified that a meaningful portion may not be made public."


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:40 pm 
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Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.

That's open to debate :lol: :lol: ;)


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:42 pm 
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Yer Man wrote:
Also, that Senate Intelligence Committee probe on Russian interference in Elections...

https://twitter.com/SethAbramson/status ... 1651635205


3/ QUOTE #1: "[Burr] acknowledges now that the investigation is broader, and perhaps more consequential, than it has long been thought to be."
So America doesn't realize how much troubling material the Senate has found—or how far-flung and important to our future the material is.

4/ QUOTE #2: "What [has]...extended the life of the [Senate] investigation...is a better understanding of...how coordinated and organized the effort was."
So it was the "coordination" and "organization" of what Russia did—uh, coordinating with *whom*?—that has shocked the Senate.

6/ QUOTE #3 (CBS): "The [probe] isn't compiling the story of one pivotal election, but of something larger, more complicated and—from a counterintelligence perspective—more nefarious.
The final report may be so highly classified that a meaningful portion may not be made public."



I'm gonna be seriously upset if we don't get enough of the report made public to be meaningful. I understand the need to classify certain stuff, but give the jist of it, c'mon!

The Intel committee did just agree to send the transcripts of the Don Trump Jr testimony (under oath) to Mueller. And about 50 other witnesses too. :twisted:


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Turbogoat wrote:
Rugby2023 wrote:
Grassley says Mueller report is coming out "within a month". Anyone believe this?


There's been a few clues that the talking heads are reading faaaar too much into.
Part of the investigation appears to be winding down as some of the team return to previous roles.

Cohen was due to testify in front of Congress, but that was then delayed due to possible witless.... sorry witness intimidation. It was then delayed again with the blessing of Congress until Feb 28 because to do so now would likely interfere with an active investigation.
Somehow, it will no longer interfere with said investigation if it takes place on Feb 28.

Now... that might all just be smoke&mirrors or at best pertain to one part of the investigation, but it's likely there will be some significant progress this month.

As much as I want to see the end result of it all, I'd rather they really cross all T's and dot all I's and get things right, all wrapped up in a neat little bow.

The submission of a report from the investigation won't be the end of things though, it'll really just be the start. Things are going to get ugly after that, and many people are going to long for the sunny peaceful times of when the investigation was ongoing.

So far the thought is it will confirm no collusion.


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Some positives are that trolls from Breitbart and Huffington post are already let go...let's throw the enquirer out as well. :thumbup:


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saffer13 wrote:
Turbogoat wrote:
Rugby2023 wrote:
Grassley says Mueller report is coming out "within a month". Anyone believe this?


There's been a few clues that the talking heads are reading faaaar too much into.
Part of the investigation appears to be winding down as some of the team return to previous roles.

Cohen was due to testify in front of Congress, but that was then delayed due to possible witless.... sorry witness intimidation. It was then delayed again with the blessing of Congress until Feb 28 because to do so now would likely interfere with an active investigation.
Somehow, it will no longer interfere with said investigation if it takes place on Feb 28.

Now... that might all just be smoke&mirrors or at best pertain to one part of the investigation, but it's likely there will be some significant progress this month.

As much as I want to see the end result of it all, I'd rather they really cross all T's and dot all I's and get things right, all wrapped up in a neat little bow.

The submission of a report from the investigation won't be the end of things though, it'll really just be the start. Things are going to get ugly after that, and many people are going to long for the sunny peaceful times of when the investigation was ongoing.

So far the thought is it will confirm no collusion.


Gosh, really? Oh well, it was fun while it lasted, might as well pack up the whole investigation then.
It'd be a very, very brave person to put any stock in that 'thought' at this point in time.


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saffer13 wrote:
Turbogoat wrote:
Rugby2023 wrote:
Grassley says Mueller report is coming out "within a month". Anyone believe this?


There's been a few clues that the talking heads are reading faaaar too much into.
Part of the investigation appears to be winding down as some of the team return to previous roles.

Cohen was due to testify in front of Congress, but that was then delayed due to possible witless.... sorry witness intimidation. It was then delayed again with the blessing of Congress until Feb 28 because to do so now would likely interfere with an active investigation.
Somehow, it will no longer interfere with said investigation if it takes place on Feb 28.

Now... that might all just be smoke&mirrors or at best pertain to one part of the investigation, but it's likely there will be some significant progress this month.

As much as I want to see the end result of it all, I'd rather they really cross all T's and dot all I's and get things right, all wrapped up in a neat little bow.

The submission of a report from the investigation won't be the end of things though, it'll really just be the start. Things are going to get ugly after that, and many people are going to long for the sunny peaceful times of when the investigation was ongoing.

So far the thought is it will confirm no collusion.

It has though


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My sources are telling me it won’t be published and that it’s so damaging that they are concerned it will irreprably harm how the world sees the American government.

They reckon they going to sweep this under the rug and let the state of NY take it to him.


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He won't be charged with anything while he's president. It's too damaging to the country.


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My sources are telling me it won’t be published and that it’s so damaging that they are concerned it will irreprably harm how the world sees the American government.

They reckon they going to sweep this under the rug and let the state of NY take it to him.


I'd be very prepared to believe that the SDNY will get first crack at him as the Mueller investigation outcome will quite possibly get snarled up between politics and courts for far longer than Trump will be in office.


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Apparently it was horrendous he was even taking money for seats at the inauguration.


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Turbogoat wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
Turbogoat wrote:
Rugby2023 wrote:
Grassley says Mueller report is coming out "within a month". Anyone believe this?


There's been a few clues that the talking heads are reading faaaar too much into.
Part of the investigation appears to be winding down as some of the team return to previous roles.

Cohen was due to testify in front of Congress, but that was then delayed due to possible witless.... sorry witness intimidation. It was then delayed again with the blessing of Congress until Feb 28 because to do so now would likely interfere with an active investigation.
Somehow, it will no longer interfere with said investigation if it takes place on Feb 28.

Now... that might all just be smoke&mirrors or at best pertain to one part of the investigation, but it's likely there will be some significant progress this month.

As much as I want to see the end result of it all, I'd rather they really cross all T's and dot all I's and get things right, all wrapped up in a neat little bow.

The submission of a report from the investigation won't be the end of things though, it'll really just be the start. Things are going to get ugly after that, and many people are going to long for the sunny peaceful times of when the investigation was ongoing.

So far the thought is it will confirm no collusion.


Gosh, really? Oh well, it was fun while it lasted, might as well pack up the whole investigation then.
It'd be a very, very brave person to put any stock in that 'thought' at this point in time.

Quote:
"We don't have anything that would suggest there was collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia," Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr told CBS.


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"We don't have anything that would suggest there was collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia," Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr told CBS.


Richard Burr is on the Mueller investigation? He's a busy man, sure he has time to manage a thorough investigation while being a Senator as well?


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In an interview with CBS published Thursday, Burr (R-N.C.) gave glimpses into the dynamics and scope of his committee's probe, which was launched shortly before Trump's 2017 inauguration and has now stretched into its third year.


You mean a Republican senator sees no collusion!?!
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with apologies to the septics on here, with the exception of bones who is too dull to realise he’s stupid


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How can I compete with such wit and intellect as the guy whose posts mainly consist of “orange shitgibbon” and oversized photos your grandparents like on Facebook?


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15th November 2017?

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Trump's inauguration committee overpaid to use event spaces at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., despite internal objections at the Trump Organization that the rates were too high. The committee was charged a rate of $175,000 per day. An event planner, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, suggested that an appropriate rate would be closer to $85,000 per day. Tax law prohibits nonprofits from paying inflated prices to entities that are owned by people who also control the nonprofit. (ProPublica)

https://www.propublica.org/article/trum ... -158505001


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Trump's inauguration committee overpaid to use event spaces at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., despite internal objections at the Trump Organization that the rates were too high. The committee was charged a rate of $175,000 per day. An event planner, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, suggested that an appropriate rate would be closer to $85,000 per day. Tax law prohibits nonprofits from paying inflated prices to entities that are owned by people who also control the nonprofit. (ProPublica)

https://www.propublica.org/article/trum ... -158505001



Old news, not fake. The inauguration is going to result in some fairly embarrassing trials for Donny but nothing he can't shake off


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