June 16th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #878

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462 Responses to June 16th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #878

  1. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • Lady in Red says:

      “Do you think people would demand that I stay longer.. ” trolling the Dems 😂🤣👍

      Liked by 14 people

      • Kintbury says:

        I absolutely think he should be given a third term to make up for the disgusting treatment he received from all sides during the first. I hope for this just so I can sit back and eat popcorn and watch heads explode on both sides.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Reparations for Donald Trump & the American citizen!

      In partial payment for the Coup attempt at the expense of the US Constitution and the general American welfare.

      At the very least – extend to 10 years.

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    • LoonsCall says:

      am still immensely curious about those small envelopes circulating around at H.W. Bush funeral.. Hillary got one, Biden, Michelle, Bush & of all people, Pence.. plus the fact that videographers were pretty much looking at these people when they got them.. the reactions were mixed but none look pleased

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I’m curious about that, too.

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      • LoonsCall says:

        & it, now that I think about it, appeared as if the wives got them first.. Biden’s wife picked his off the floor. Hillary opened hers, Laura Bush seemed to have seen it first, Michelle opened up hers.. Pence’s wife had hers in her program

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        • LoonsCall says:

          the only person who didn’t seem curious enough to even look at or open the envelope was Karen Pence. hmm

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          • LoonsCall says:

            no telling if that was part of the deception or really wtf was going on.. something was very clearly going on.. maybe some kind of fakery but Jeb reacted in a very weird way as did others.. so much speculation about what was in those envelopes.. most say, not a written message but an image

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            • Dutchman says:

              I wonder if they were personalised messages to each, written by McCain?

              That would explain the ‘weird’ reactions, as it WOULD be a little weird to get a personal note from someone, while attending their funeral?

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              • LoonsCall says:

                wasn’t McCain’s funeral though.. something very weird at H.W. Bush funeral .. something about those envelopes.. but on the other hand, how would whoever put those envelopes in those programs not expect anyone to see

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            • Kitty-Kat says:

              My guess is they were solicitations to donate to some charitable cause, perhaps a medical charity

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              • LoonsCall says:

                to Hillary???

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                • LoonsCall says:

                  not meaning the charitable cause “was or is” Hillary but who, in their right mind would be asking for charity from such a few people, high placed people no less, at George H.W Bush funeral

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                • LoonsCall says:

                  that didn’t make sense.. my only point was this was the funeral of the Bush father, George H,W, Bush.. mysterious envelopes were included in just a few programs.. Clinton, Bush, Obama, Biden & Pence.. as far as I could tell, VERY high ranking people & the camera was RIGHT THERE to show their reactions.. very odd

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            • Nancy Capels says:

              Question was asked of Q….response #2608 “our promise to “counter”.

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      • woodstuff says:

        Those were Church of Satan collection envelopes.

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      • Apfelcobbler says:

        Whatever it was, the envelopes didn’t have to be distributed at that time – obviously it was going to be noticed (and speculated on). Perhaps their public distribution was as important as the contents. Especially since the recipients were on both sides of the aisle.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          I agree, Apfelcobbler, about a public showing.

          Privately… would be easy if the intent was “Private”.
          It was VERY PUBLIC and the “presstitutes” were dialed in.
          The Pence envelope may have been, imho, an attempt at “Guilt by association”.

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      • CM-TX says:

        It had to be an image, a/o a very short message– based on the brief time it took to read it.
        So the most plausible theory… it was just a short phrase.

        Best guess I’ve seen: “Your Turn’s Next!” 😂

        Or maybe, “The sentence for Treason is DEATH.”

        Adding to this, when Jeb (right after reading) sought confirmation from his brother– Bush Jr. nods, while supposedly mouthing, “It’s true”.
        If so, it could’ve been a msg from Bush Sr… “They know/got EVERYTHING!”

        It was also noted that PDJT arrived just AFTER the notes had been discovered. So it might have said something that pertained to him. Perhaps about knowing in particular, what they tried to do him “[remove/ assassinate/ destroy].”

        Or even, “[so-in-so], we have your emails!” 😏

        Whatever it was, it didn’t look positive by their reactions. I won’t be holding my breath!

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        • CM-TX says:

          To add to *possible* (BEYOND the grave) messages from Bush Sr.:

          | Take the DEAL, save the embarrassment… I did!
          P.S. McCaine did too.
          P.S.S. Choose WISELY. |

          Of course this is total speculation… But it could be a best case scenario!😈

          Remember: They DON’T feel shame. They also have NO FEAR for a certain Place (said to be VERY🔥HOT).
          They likely worship it instead… it’s HOW they ROLL. It’s WHY they can commit heinous acts w/o regret.

          So, some type of a “personal HE11” needs brought to them– while still here on Earth. Otherwise, they’ll NEVER stop! ~ Just sayin’.

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    • Dave Radetsky says:

      “…at the end of 6 years…”

      I hope that’s a typo and not his plan to be done in 6 years and then leave mid-term.

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  2. Ilcon says:

    Dims are dim.

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    • I just think it’s funny that these media outlets seize on a sound-bite and try to turn it into – you guessed it – “yet another ‘reason’ to Impeach.” Whereas the President is simply saying what is pragmatically true.

      The POTUS is in the unique position of hearing all sorts of things from all over the world. He talks to other world leaders every day. How often do you suppose that he hears someone boast that they’ve got “dirt?” Again, probably every day. So, what do you do – “call the FBI?” (Imagine, also, just who “the FBI” would have been, in 2016 …) Of course you listen to what the dirt-bag has to say, then you decide what to do with it.

      What these people fundamentally fail to understand is that “this(!) President is not a politician.” He would not employ the highest surveillance powers of the US Government – thousands of times in a row – just to figure out what his political enemies are doing. He didn’t earn his money by graft. James Comey couldn’t do a “J. Edgar Hoover” on him, although he certainly tried. (Instead, he got fired, and tried to pull a “J. Edgar” on those who remained!)

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      • Robert Smith says:

        In the simplest terms and people learned this when they were in school, everyone knows when someone is being picked on. Whether you look different, act different, new in class/town, or aren’t in the in-group, that person is always accused of being the problem. These constant calls of impeach Trump for this, that, something else brings into the idea of fairness that is hard-coded into us when we are children.

        Some people might not like Trump anymore but they know the calls for impeachment are cr@p. And they know that he keeps getting things, real substantive things that matter to normal people, done.

        And pretty much everyone, politicians and otherwise would listen. Otherwise we’d live in a gossip-free world.

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        • Amy2 says:

          I think this will also work in reverse. People start to sympathize with someone who gets picked on unfairly. Although PDT is no underdog as WE know, people might just view hims as that, and America loves an underdog!

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          • Robert Smith says:

            It’s funny. After the 2020 election they’ll still call for a retroactive impeachment.

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            • trialbytruth says:

              If I were him i would start a rumor that his birth certificate is fake and his father was actually A plumber named Mario from Italy.

              How long before the Media would begin analyzing the question of Natural Born Citizen?
              Why they might even call for all his presidential orders decisions and signatures to be repealed as illegal…..Com-on you know it would be fun to watch

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          • Ackman420 says:

            Amy, good point.
            The media and pol anger and accusations have turned PDJT into a sympathetic figure.
            It’s exactly the opposite result they’ve been seeking.
            How could a rational mind NOT feel bad for PDJT after all this?

            It reminds me of the school yard axiom: I’m rubber, you’re glue. It bounces off ne and sticks to you.

            If we can avoid a recession and War w Iran, 2020 is in the bag.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        Judge Jeanine pointed out last night (as someone who has run for office) any politician who is offered oppo research would sell their grandma to get it. the fact that the talking point of the day is the President broke the law by theorizing about taking oppo research shows the idiocracy of the media. FNC had a lawyer on to explain it and the prompter reader couldn’t wrap her mind around the fact that though crimes are against the law.

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    • StanH says:

      Random act of journalism.

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    • Boknows says:

      He answered a hypothetical question. Period

      The criminals have have officially run out of ways to use the media to lie.

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  4. Here I Louie Gohmert’s report on Robert Mueller that should be required reading for everyone who has anything to do with this scumbag.

    With all the information that was out there about Weissman’s sidekick, how was it even possible that he was appointed special counsel??

    https://www.hannity.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Gohmert_Mueller_UNMASKED.pdf

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  5. Ilcon says:

    PP Defender.

    Watch him get schooled in replies.

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  6. sunnyflower5 says:

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  7. Carrie says:

    Der Spiegel had an interview with Snowden. They asked Snowden about his feelings about why the DNC did not provide the server to the FBI. He thinks there were 6-7 groups who had infiltrated it!

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    • Carrie says:

      oops that was in 2017. Interesting that he already mentioned then that it was used to shape the Russian narrative.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      One of which was probably a High School “science project” by some 14-year olds in Anytown, U.S.A.

      If the Awan Brothers had the keys to the Ferrari, would that be considered larceny? Just thinkin’ out loud here.

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  8. Carrie says:

    Wonder why Oberlin College had to pay $44 million to the Gibson Bakery? Part of it was due to the internal emails. This is interesting stuff about how ignorant hatred from the left is finally making courts make them pay millions…

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    • Robert Smith says:

      The question for me is will anyone lose their jobs at Oberlin?

      Liked by 6 people

      • mr.piddles says:

        Should have gone after the individual administrators in addition to the school. Or maybe they did/are doing that, don’t know. They can use some of that $44 million to open up more Cans ‘O Whoopass.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Yeah, because it’s other people’s money to them.

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        • jbowen82 says:

          Raimondo is an individual defendant. AFAIK her damages haven’t been determined yet by the jury, but it’s already come out in testimony that whatever they are, she’s indemnified by Oberlin.

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    • convert says:

      This was such a despicable and insane thing for these administrator s to do, and so utterly predictable given the type of people who run academia these days. I have no sympathy for the school here: they deserve this verdict 100% and if it closes the place down, so be it. What this type of institution is teaching their students, the kind of world they are trying to create—it’s a nightmare.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        And the jury pool was likely made up of normal citizens from the county where the college is located. Outside of the larger cities—-the rest of Ohio is pretty conservative.

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    • Oberlin hasn’t “had to pay $44 million” to anyone! It’s an initial judgment, and it will most certainly be appealed. How many times have you heard about these absurdly high wins getting severely reduced on appeal or after review by a judge?

      The bakery would never make that kind of money under normal circumstances, and the legal system isn’t going to clobber Oberlin above their state law’s limits, no matter how strongly the jury felt. It will probably be a Pyrrhic victory. Gibson’s won’t get that neighborhood business back, even though the college resumed their relationship after two weeks.

      Ohio law caps compensatory (actual) damages for this kind of act at $350k per plaintiff, $500.00 per incident, plus lawyer’s fees. Punitive damages are capped at 2x the compensatory awarded. The lawyers might end up making more than Gibson’s will get.

      Before I get labeled “Eeyore”, Oberlin is already weaponizing their alumni and gearing up for the next phase:
      http://www.chroniclet.com/Local-News/2019/06/15/Gibsons-unlikely-to-get-44M-from-Oberlin-College.html

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  9. Ilcon says:

    The end is nigh.

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  10. Just looking at various news outlets and how the Dem candidates are trying to out do each other with the Trump “ sooooo bad” theme It will be interesting to see who takes the booby prize trophy on this – they are getting more and more frenzied and outlandish – so far Alfred E Butteig leading but Diplasio and Warren creeping up on the outside . Sleepy Joe shot his bolt early and had to go back to resting

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  11. Jean says:

    O God, whom I praise, do not remain silent, for wicked and deceitful men have opened their mouths against me; they have spoken against me with lying tongues. — Psalm 109:1-2

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  12. Jean says:

    Psalm 109:29-May my accusers be clothed with disgrace and wrapped in shame as in a cloak. 30 With my mouth I will greatly extol the LORD; in the great throng of worshipers I will praise him. 31 For he stands at the right hand of the needy, to save their lives from those who would condemn them.

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  13. trapper says:

    UFO sightings

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/15/donald-trump-ufo-sightings/

    I have been saying for years that when we do nothing about manmade global warming, now just called “climate change,” the climate cycle would reverse and come around all by itself, which it inevitably does. Fake problem ignored = fake problem solved.

    I have also been saying that the globalist one-word-government crowd would then come up with a new planet-threatening crisis requiring us to abandon our nation states and come together globally under a single leadership of the elite, comprised of our betters, to ensure our very survival, and that new threat would be ALIENS, UFO’s, threatening intergalactic annihilation!!!

    Here we go, boys and girls.

    Sorry, but we’re it. It’s just us and God. There ain’t no aliens. Oh, wait, unless it was ALIENS who hacked Hillary’s emails and caused her to lose the election. Hmmmmm….Yeah. That’s it.
    It was the aliens’ fault.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “ALIENS, UFO’s, threatening intergalactic annihilation!!!”

      Ahhhh…. if only it were so simple and direct as “intergalactic annihilation”. Then we’d know what the threat is and where it’s coming from. It’s what’s going on BEHIND THE SCENES… that which we can’t see… that we need to be worried about. If you’ve ever been given the wrong order at a McDonald’s Drive-Thru then you’ll know what I’m talking about.

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  14. Ilcon says:

    POTUS tells Kahn to suck eggs and this is Kaas’ reply.

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  15. linda4298 says:

    https://www.politico.com/story/2019/06/16/donald-trump-reelection-machine-2020-1365846 President Donald Trump is sitting on a war chest topping $40 million, boots on the ground spread across nine regions crucial to his 2020 map and a sprawling network of volunteers who’ve been rigorously trained for the months ahead.

    When he takes the stage Tuesday in Orlando to announce his bid for re-election, Trump will be joined by 20,000 guests whose personal information — names, zip codes, phone numbers — was meticulously recorded when they requested tickets to the rally. First-time attendees will receive relentless emails and texts in the coming weeks, reminding them that they can help “keep America great” by contributing $5, $10 or $15. Some maxed-out donors who gave generously to his 2016 campaign will trek to Florida to witness what they delivered, and decide whether to give big again.

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    • Jan PT says:

      The Dims have made an art of that…that is why they hanve so many candidates. Each one is mining data for The Cause of their Dear Leader.

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    • Ummm… Donald Trump can write a PERSONAL CHECK for $40 million dollars and it will clear. He can do that hundreds of times and they will still clear.

      He’s a Billionaire – that’s with a “B.” He literally doesn’t need other people’s money to campaign with. And, unlike his opponents, he will spend the money Wisely.

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

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  17. Bogeyfree says:

    I wish PT would try this approach on twitter and it is “The question of the Day”

    Here are just a few examples:

    1) If the DNC was hacked by Russians why did they not turn their server over to the FBI immediately?

    2) Why did the FBI not confiscate HRC Private Server immediately after it became known?

    3) If Russia intrusion into the 2016 election was the focus of the Mueller investigation why did he not interview anyone from HRC campaign or the DNC?

    4) Why has no one in the FBI interview the Uranium 1 whistleblower?

    5) Why would FBI agents text they needed an insurance policy?

    My guess is we could come up with 365 questions that if PT tweeted out everyday would help Americans to think and honestly answer the question.

    IMO anyone with common sense would see from these open question of the day just how bias, corrupt this whole Russian Collusion and obstruction crap is and would be able to conclude this was a total fraud and frame job to take down a sitting President while trying to cover up much earlier possible crimes.

    Maybe a good future thread for Sundance – “Open Questions for Americans to Answer Honestly”

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    • I think it’s pretty obvious that THERE WAS NO(!) “DNC Server.”

      From any technical standpoint, that’s simply not anything that you would ever do. The only reason for this story is to give something that you can say =Russians= (i.e. “a foreign state”) supposedly “hacked into.” Occam’s Razor tells the truth: they copied data to a thumb drive and leaked it.

      Over the years I’ve been asked to give an opinion about many “outside hacker” cases, and 100% of the time it turns out to be an Inside Job. It always will.

      I’m fond of saying this: “A complete stranger has never walked into a building and walked out with The Diamonds.” He wouldn’t know which building to try to walk into. He couldn’t get in. And, even if he did get in, he’d have no idea where to go nor how to get there. When a computer intrusion happens, it always happens from the inside out.

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      • litenmaus says:

        “I think it’s pretty obvious that THERE WAS NO(!) “DNC Server.”

        In Mueller’s July 2017 indictment of twelve GRU Russians, Mueller states that the Microsoft Exchange Server was hacked.

        I totally agree Mike…Microsoft Exchange Server is a software, not a hardware.

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        • I’m thoroughly familiar with this software (among many others), and “Microsoft Exchange Server” is completely different from “a public e-mail system.” Exchange would never be exposed to the general public except through a VPN (“Virtual Private Networking”) cryptographic portal … and furthermore, its own cryptographic defenses go a very long way, even though they would be the “second line” of defense.

          “If you ‘hacked’ Exchange, you had inside help.” You’re simply not going to walk up to that thing and slip right through.

          I’m sorry, but I flatly do not believe any “official government report” which suggests that “the Russians, operating from far, far away,” did any such thing. I know this technology very well, so I know better. And, I also know “Occam’s Razor.”

          The bottom line is simply that “classified data wound up in the wrong hands,” and a (to me …) incomprehensible cover-story was spun to explain it, AND corroborating forensic evidence is nowhere to be found – in fact, “redacted (sic)” by CIVILIAN lawyers! Bzzt… nice try. Mr. Occam has cut your throat. Yes, I was born, but not yesterday. This IS my profession – I know whereof I speak.

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          • litenmaus says:

            You are the person I have been looking for to answer a question Mike.

            In August 2015, Hillary’s campaign group HFA signed a contract that allowed the campaign to control the computers, software and data of the DNC. HFA headquarters was located in New York City.

            Would it be fairly easy for an individual working for the campaign in NYC to download all the DNC email data or, vice-versa, that an individual in Washington DC DNC headquarters could download all the HFA emails?

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          • jx says:

            > Exchange would never be exposed to the general public except through a VPN (“Virtual Private Networking”)

            Oh? Then how does it send & receive email from outside the company?

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          • jx says:

            “A remote code execution vulnerability exists in the way Microsoft Exchange software parses specially crafted email messages” – https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2018-8265

            A list of Exchange vulnerabilities is available here: https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/search

            Choose “advanced search”, then enter:
            Vendor: microsoft
            Product: microsoft:exchange_server
            Product Version: microsoft:exchange_server:2016

            There are pages of results. I read through a few vulnerabilities and no mention of VPN.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          If so, litenmaus…
          That WOULD answer… Why didn’t homey comey seize the server?
          It never existed or could not be the source.

          Maybe WHY everyone took Clowdstrikes “word for it.”
          It never existed or could not be the source.

          A ploy to NOT Investigate the Seth Rich MURDER!

          The fire @ Chappaqua… 🤔 An attempt to make it seem there was a cover-up by destroying evidence of a server that never existed or could NOT have been the source?

          Have we been chasing an untamed ornathoid.. without cause?

          (Wild goose chase)

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          • litenmaus says:

            Yep Lafn, I don’t think that a ‘hardware server’ was ever breached.

            And if I put my tin foil hat on, I think the DNC ‘breach’ was orchestrated in-house as a publicized basis to excuse intelligence abuses that had or needed to take place in order to take down Donald Trump.

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  18. Piper77 says:

    When did Joe Biden become such a juggernaut in the polls? He was always seen as pretty much a joke before the last few years and now he constantly crushes all of his opponents in polling. This doesn’t make any sense to me,

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    • Polls are a joke. Gropin Joe will be the “Chosen One” until he is no longer the “Chosen One” as ordained by the club.

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Yes- Sleepy, Creepy Uncle Joe went from Obama’s VP to not getting an endorsement. He was a national embarrassment who now is trampling his opponents in those ‘trustworthy’ polls. The media continues remain silent on the long history of Biden and his family’s sins. It’s running just like the Hillary campaign.

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      • Piper77 says:

        Even if these polls are somewhat bogus, it’s concerning that Trump constantly is losing to Biden and Sanders by 10+ points. Even if he is only down 4-5 points instead, it’s bad because he should be winning handily based on the economy.

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        • FPCHmom says:

          It’s easy to spot a concern troll when they include the word concern or concerning in their post.

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        • I Hear You Now says:

          I love this tweet about an hour ago from President Trump, speaking of the odds of winning and such!

          The “pollsters” definitely want you and me and all of us to get discouraged …

          let’s use that negativity they are directing at us to resolve to re-elect President Trump by a LANDSLIDE!

          This is a GREAT video 🙂

          Obviously VSGPDJT enjoys and agrees with this video, too!

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          • Dixie says:

            Absolutely awesome! Every one of those idiots who stated that he couldn’t win and then followed up with trying to help the demonic rats impeach our Very Stable Genius ought to be made to EAT every one of their words on whatever media was used to record them.

            I gotta tell this one more time. When I had my 2016 calendar printed in November, 2015, I had President Trump’s picture put front and center on the month of November with congratulations to our newly elected President Donald J. Trump. Don’t you just know the company I used was about to stroke out over that…..LOL! I love that video he just tweeted.

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        • sunnyflower5 says:

          What part of the polls were reliable last time? The media is willing pushing a farce. That’s what they do.

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        • Kintbury says:

          I think you are going to have to explain to all of us how when Biden goes on the road he gets one or two hundred people and Trump gets 20,000 and 80,000 more requests for tickets. Use your loaf.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          Somewhat bogus…🤔

          HA!!😆

          Kinda pregnant….
          Sorta dead….

          https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/bogus

          bogus definition: 1. false, not real, or not legal: 2. (of something) not what it appears or claims to be; false but made to look real: 3. not real, or existing only in order to deceive people

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    • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

      His association with Obama has, in the eyes of some, made him viable, but that will wear off after enough time watching him stumble his way down the campaign trail. He is the same bumbling fool he has always been. The man made a political career out of constantly being wrong about everything he could possibly be wrong about. Delaware should be ashamed.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      It makes perfect sense when you realize that polls are done to form and shape a narrative. They are not an accurate reflection people’s opinions, and are not designed to be.

      Why would anyone trust the media polling when the media itself (all of it, including Fox news) is agenda driven and is fundamentally untrustworthy.

      If the polls you are looking at were really polls and not narrative shaping, the Joe Biden “juggernaut” could be attributed to his name recognition at this point. He was the VP for 8 years, and is the only dem (including Bernie) who really is a household name.

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    • Ozark says:

      Fox News at it again,
      “Biden Leading Trump By 10 Points In Latest Fox News Poll”
      https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/16/biden-leading-trump-10-points-fox-news-poll/
      And this one,
      “UH-OH: Polls Indicate Trump Running Behind Biden In Eleven Key States”
      https://www.dailywire.com/news/48464/uh-oh-polls-indicate-trump-running-behind-biden-emily-zanotti

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    • Something else interesting about the polls. Maybe PDJT wants Gropin Joe to be the chosen one. Here you have Trump Campaign internal poll saying Gropin Joe is leading in key battleground states. Then leak it. This would get the dims all excited about his chances to beat PDJT.

      The ole disinformation/intentional leaking trick. And the dims fall for it.

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  19. citizen817 says:

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  20. Chip Doctor says:

    Polls are as trustworthy as Lindsay Graham and Trey Gowdy.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Who would respond to a “pollster”? Someone calls with no respect for the secret ballot concept, wants to know information so you can be relentlessly harassed with solicitations, or encouraged/dissuaded from voting?
      Never talk to a pollster, tell them never to call again, put the phone number on autoreject, and surprise them when you vote.

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      • Kalena says:

        It is more fun to LIE to a pollster. I believe a lot of MAGA voters are lying to the pollsters. Some for sport. Some because they don’t want to be harassed as a Trumper, particularly in blue states.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        I don’t even answer the phone anymore if I don’t recognize the number.

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    • It says Democrats want a steady leader…what does that mean except the Dems will vote for a Dem…

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      • LafnH20 says:

        The dem base wants (polls) to tell them (base) who to be “excited” about.
        🤔
        And what to say…
        What to think…
        What to believe…

        Truly… Useful Idiots!

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Fake polling. The “R” company involved in the poll was Shaw & Company. GOPe hacks.

      See Sundance discussion of Shaw & Company here:
      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/08/03/another-transparent-media-polling-prediction-comes-to-pass/

      I’m guessing we’ll see some more fake polling this week, too, regarding the POTUS “foreign dirt” dust up. More push polling.

      The polling being done now, in general IMO, is meant to influence who the Dems select as their nominee. Seems fairly clear that the Dem Establishment, for now, wants Biden.

      As impeachment (hopefully) fades away, expect a lot more “bad polls for Trump” stories to help drive the narrative. This will be imperative when there are no other “Trump in peril” angles to push save for ones involving the 2020 election.

      Polls are incredibly easy to manipulate, in a variety of ways. And usually the further out you are from an election (like now), the less trustworthy polls are. Because there is no accountability for the pollsters unless they have to hold their numbers up to actual results.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Yep, results don’t matter. It’s like Trump hasn’t proven he’s a great president. I assume these results are from plantation Democrats.

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  21. hard masada says:


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  22. Margaret Berger says:

    Dear Piper, There are enough fakes at fox news, crissy, shep, cauvtuo to name just a few that when they poll the news room that is what they are going to get. The swamp is doing this to cover their behinds because they are going to cheat and steal votes. It is harder to make the results of their theft look plausible ( a win) if the polls are accurately showing reality.

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  23. Ilcon says:

    Briana has a sad.

    Liked by 4 people

  24. Ilcon says:

    Funny.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Ilcon says:

    The go to on Iran.

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  26. MAGADJT says:

    It is hard for me to believe that POTUS won’t be re-elected given all he has done for the country and the people. However, internal polls are typically the most accurate with the least BS. If this is true that Trump 2020 internal polls have him losing needed states to Biden then it’s very worrisome.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/06/trump-campaign-fires-pollsters-after-insider-leaked-polling-numbers-showing-trump-trailing-joe-biden-in-key-states-trump-responds/

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    • This is obviously a nonsense non-story:

      (1) Neither a campaign nor anyone else can “fire” a purveyor of a public opinion poll.

      (2) “Opinion poll results” are a product – therefore, they cannot be “leaked.” (Duh.)

      Oh, wait. Yet another reason to impeach the President. Go for it …

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      • MAGADJT says:

        They were internal Trump 2020 campaign polls not public polls.

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        • Ummm… (duh) THERE IS NO SUCH THING as an “internal Trump 2020 campaign poll.” Bzzt… sorry. Either you phone random members of the public (who will deign to answer the phone and not hang up on you) or not.

          What you’re seeing here is: “misinformation.” Stuff that you’re not supposed to think to question, because it’s couched in familiar-sounding phrases like “fired” and “leaked.” A slightly-more-advanced PROPAGANDA technique aimed at segments of the population which will be familiar (but, not too familiar) with these terms, and who will therefore be favorably inclined towards “stories” which include them.

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    • Git-R-Done says:

      The primary reason the President is polling poorly against the clowns running on the D side is his failure to control illegal immigration. If he can get that under control in the next year he wins in a landslide. If he cannot he loses, despite the good economy.

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      • Dixie says:

        please switch to “optimistic” and “positive”. It works if enough of us do it.

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      • Kintbury says:

        If you are blaming him in any way, you were never on board to begin with.

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        • Kitty-Kat says:

          Blind optimism, such as the Democrats had about Hillary winning, is just as bad as destructive criticism such as Ann Coulter’s.

          However everyone, including President Donald Trump, can profit from constructive criticism.

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          • Kitty-Kat says:

            “The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures.” — Junius

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Git r Gone, A second sniff of your post and the odor of a troll emerges.

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      • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

        The primary reason congress is polling poorly is the clowns running on the D side failure to control illegal immigration. If he can get that under control in the next year he wins in a landslide. If he cannot he still wins, due to the good economy.

        I hear you man or woman…..Git R Done Congress!

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      • LafnH20 says:

        Congress has failed to do their job!!

        CONGRESS MAKES LAWS.
        The President does not!!

        Please, stop making excuses for Congress.
        TY

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      • TPW says:

        Oh boy….that would just be smart as hell to not vote or vote for the dem cause PT is not fast enough on immigration. like think I’ll chop off my right leg cause my left leg is not cooperating. Maybe left leg will get the message. Man if voters are that much of a dumb ass we are toast anyway.

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    • linda4298 says:

      Parscale said that the polls were of differing scenarios, and only the bad ones were leaked.

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    • Guyski says:

      Sounds like a ‘republican’ recommended a never Trump polling firm. If they leaked, got to question what they leaked.

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    • Piper77 says:

      Careful, if you say even anything remotely negative about Trump’s polling numbers, many people on here will call you a troll. Only one opinion is allowed on here.

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      • Bigbadmike says:

        Well, you can be happy that the President’s polling numbers are low, (not as low as Zeros were at the same time in his Presidency), and enjoy reading the garbage leaked out by the fake media. Hillary’s people did the same thing knowing she was polling in the low 50’s and.poor Donald Trump and his deplorables still in the 30’s the weekend before the Election. They slept well that week. BTW. We won and we will win again.

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      • Guyski says:

        No you don’t have to be careful, but it is the ‘when’ of the poll numbers. By that, I mean people are somewhat open to ‘shopping around’ this far out. No commitment.

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      • Ad rem says:

        Perhaps you’d be happier on another site? No one is forcing you to stay.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Piper77 says:

          No, I like this site. I just don’t like being constantly called a troll because I’m concerned about some of the poll numbers. I’m very pro-Trump.

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      • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

        Piper77 you are a troll. The other piper is legit! We have probably millions of past comments and topics by Sundance on the art of skewing polls.

        Where were you when Hellary was polling at 95% the night before her victory?

        She sure has become a fine first woman President?

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      • Lack is not all says:

        Talk, talk, talk, we will vote and President Trump will win. An old, feeble, stupid guy like Biden can not win, just like an old feeble stupid woman didnt win in 2016. Cheating included

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      • Eric says:

        Piper, not exactly. We might call you stupid instead.

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    • Eric says:

      You’d think folks would have learned from 2016.

      And Sundance wrote dozens of articles back then agenda-driven polling with corrupt samples.

      Looks like he’s going to have educate folks all over again.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Little Berkeley says:

        Exactly cause trolls gonna troll. You’d think the bait would get stinky reusing it over and over…ad nauseum!

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  27. Ilcon says:

    Joyless gets lizzied.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Kintbury says:

      Between the three of them, they probably screwed every woman in DC. I didn’t dislike Jack or Bobby but Ted was another story.

      Liked by 2 people

    • joeknuckles says:

      My belief is that Kennedy raped and strangled that girl, then put her body in the car and pushed it off the bridge to cover the crime and, with the help of media and law enforcement, the public bought into the “lesser crime” excuse.

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      • Lulu says:

        It’s actually worse. She was alive for awhile and tried to claw her way out. At least that’s what has been reported. Imagine the terror.

        I believe he was having an affair with her and didn’t want to get busted. There’s always been pregnancy rumors as well.

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  28. linda4298 says:

    This will give you a chuckle, from Time 2011 http://swampland.time.com/2011/09/06/barack-obamas-polling-keeps-getting-worse/ endured unrelenting cycles of bad news for a decade now, but for President Obama, whose entire presidency has been defined by negative forces, most of which are beyond his control. A look at the new polls that greet Obama Tuesday morning, and this is the only conclusion to draw.

    Here are the lowlights for the President’s White House team, who are putting the finishing touches on a Thursday speech they hope will begin to turn to tide:

    –Just 17% of the American people think Obama’s economic program is making the economy better, down from 27% in February, and 35% in January, according to the Washington Post-ABC News Poll. Forty-seven percent say no effect and 34% say worse. This is not just an indictment of the current economic environment, which is souring again, but a clear indication that Obama has so far failed in his primary political messaging goal of the year, to convince the American people that he has a plan to “win the future.”

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  29. rustybritches says:

    HAPPY FATHERS DAY TO THE GREATEST PRESIDENT THIS COUNTRY HAS HAD IN A LONG TIME AND THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO FOR THIS COUNTRY AND MAY THE GOOD LORD KEEP YOU AND ALL THE PEOPLE WHO LOVE AND SUPPORT YOU SAFE..
    PLEASE LORD WATCH OVER THIS MAN AND HIS FAMILY AND KEEP THE EVIL AWAY FROM THEM AND US

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  30. Bigly says:

    Rules for Radicals has been Billarys bible for 59 years. She is not stupid and every tactic Saul Alinsky preached she memorized and has repeated over and over again to great success.

    It’s obvious in December 2016 when Hillary blamed the Russians for losing exactly where she was steering the media.

    You have to be certifiably stupid not to read just a little and realize what Hillary has been doing for 3 years – she targets the blame on trump and Russia so that when it is discovered, what seems like centuries later, that she actually colluded with Russia on uranium 1 and via Glenn simpson and the perfect intelligence mosaic of dirty cops and lawmen – everyone would laugh and saw omg, trumps trying to blame Russia for his dirty deeds. It’s so sad but obvious. Trump has to fight this another way cause there are millions of people, like this CNN broad that believe trump is just deflecting when really Hillary projected the entire time and the media just bled the lies out over and over

    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/alisyn-camerota-jumps-the-shark/

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  31. linda4298 says:

    Here’s another chuckle from 2011 from Quinnipiac, just showing you to disregard polls https://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/Obama-approvalrating-Quinnipiac-poll/2011/03/30/id/391182/ The 42 percent approval rating represents a drop from 46 percent at the beginning of the month.

    In a blow to the president’s re-election prospects, 50 percent of respondents don’t think he deserves another term in office, compared to only 41 percent who do. At the beginning of March, 45 percent of voters thought he deserved another

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  32. Nigella says:

    So supposedly those were internal polls leaked by someone in the polling organization . The polling firm has been fired… Wonder how they go such “slanted” numbers? Sounds like a set up tome.

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  33. Marygrace Powers says:

    How Opioids Invaded America — And Are Now Tightening Their Grip/

    By Stefanie Cohen June 15, 2019 | 11:34am | Updated

    “There is no “typical” person affected by opiate addiction. It cuts across socioeconomics, age, race, ethnicity and geography. Victims are just as likely to have been raised in a loving, stable home as not, writes Harry Nelson in his new book, “The United States of Opioids, A Prescription for Liberating a Nation in Pain” (ForbesBooks), out now.

    “I have a reputation for being as close to a mental-health therapist as lawyers get,” the LA-based lawyer told The Post. In “The United States of Opioids,” Nelson guides us through the overwhelming issues and roadblocks that formed the epidemic.

    In 2017, there were 49,000 opioid deaths in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Twelve million people in this country are addicted to opioids, and the numbers keep increasing. In 2012 alone, American doctors wrote 259 million opioid prescriptions for pain, enough to provide every single person in the country over the age of 18 with his or her own 30 day supply of painkillers, Nelson writes. If nothing changes, a million Americans will have died from opioid-related causes between 2000 and 2025……

    The Sacklers bought Purdue Pharma in the 1950s, and in 1995 the FDA approved the drug OxyContin, a controlled-dose release of oxycodone. By 1996, Purdue “already had ample evidence that OxyContin was being abused and concealed that information while continuing to market the drug as less addictive than other opioids,” Nelson writes.

    Their hard work paid off: OxyContin soon became a $1 billion-a-year product for Purdue, and people began dying of overdoses as they took more and more of the drug to get the same effect.

    Around 2010, as the government sprang into action by cracking down on physicians who were overprescribing opioids, the supply became much scarcer while demand remained high. Those hooked on the drugs turned to the black market and found a crude version of heroin called “black tar” which was surging on the streets at that time, spiking another wave of overdoses.

    Around 2013, ENTER fentanyl — a synthetic opioid — arrived on the scene. Fentanyl is made in labs in Mexico by cartels and in China and then sold online. It’s cheap, easy to manufacture, odorless and, with no infrastructure in place to intercept it, drug traffickers began to cut other more expensive drugs with fentanyl to increase profit margins, Nelson writes. Fentanyl is roughly 35 times more powerful than heroin, so overdoses skyrocketed after it flooded the market. In three years, from 2013 to 2016, the death rate from fentanyl alone soared from 1 death per 100,000 to 6 per 100,000 — an almost 90 percent increase year over year.”

    https://nypost.com/2019/06/15/how-opioids-invaded-america-and-are-now-tightening-their-grip/

    So sad to see how the US has been targeted with opioids,
    not only by China/Mexico etc, horrifically by BIG PHARMA.

    I DO NOT SEE CHINA/OR MEXICO STOPPING
    THE FLOW OF FENTANYL TO USA/NO WAY #WBTW

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    • Truthfilter says:

      Those numbers are staggering-wow. But this didn’t begin with OxyContin. Let’s add plain old codeine—Tylenol#3 —to the list of drugs that doctors and dentists have prescribed like candy over the past 30-40 years. I have 3 close relatives who struggle with opioid addiction. One of them died from it. All three became addicted after having surgeries. They were prescribed 30 pain pills per month for up to 6 months during their recoveries. You can’t just stop these meds -even the mild ones—after taking them for 6 months. I’m not minimizing the addict’s responsibility here but doctors and drug companies have known about the potential of abuse for decades. Only recently have we seen a reluctance to prescribe them.

      Im anxious to see what becomes of the class action lawsuits in Oklahoma.

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    • youme says:

      “So sad to see how the US has been targeted with opioids,
      not only by China/Mexico etc, horrifically by BIG PHARMA.”

      It is doubly sad to see our Congress pass the First Step Act with the support of Van Jones, Jared Kushner and the administration giving federally convicted drug dealers lesser jail time and compounding that with early release. If that was not enough, we now have the insanity of the Second Chance Initiative providing federal inmates access to Pell Grants to take college-level classes and access to both federal government jobs and affordable housing after they are released.

      I guess all those federally convicted drug dealers can apply for DEA jobs and affordable housing when granted early release. They certainly have experience in the field of drug dealing.

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  34. Ilcon says:

    Crowdstrike and DNC “hack”.
    Q&A FBI and defense attorney, fabrication.
    A thread.

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  35. Ilcon says:

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  36. Ilcon says:

    RCP Polls from 16. Larry deconstructs.

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  37. sunnyflower5 says:

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  38. Ilcon says:

    Haha.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Ilcon says:

    Ted Buck gets a challenge.

    Liked by 3 people

  40. youme says:

    via Techno Fog
    For more on Crowdstrike – and questions on whether Crowdstrike accessed raw FISA intel – see this great article by @themarketswork

    https://themarketswork.com/2018/05/18/the-fbis-outside-contractors-dnc-servers-crowdstrike/
    Crowdstrike:

    Dimitry Alperovich – Co-Founder and CTO. Crowdstrike “investigated” the hacking of the DNC’s servers. The FBI was refused access to independently examine the DNC servers. Former NSA experts later claim it wasn’t a hack, but a leak by someone with access to the DNC’s system. Alperovich is a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council. Former McAfee Executive.
    George Kurtz – Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer. Former McAfee Executive.
    Steven Chabinsky – Former General Counsel and Chief Risk Officer (9/12-4/16). Appointed by Obama to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity on April 18, 2016 – two months before Crowdstrike report. Former Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI’s Cyber Division and FBI’s top cyber lawyer during Mueller’s tenure as FBI Director. Now a Partner at White & Case – a D.C. law firm.
    Shawn Henry – CSO and President of Crowdstrike Services since April 2012. Previously the FBI’s Executive Assistant Director of the Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch – appointed by FBI Director Mueller.
    Robert Johnston – Principal Consultant & Incident Response Expert. Lead investigator on the DNC server investigation. Previously, Marine Corps captain in U.S. Cyber Command. Team Lead of 81 National Cyber Protection Team. Left Crowdstrike in August 2016 and co-founded cybersecurity firm Adlumin. The FBI has never spoken with Johnston.
    Google invested $100 million in Crowdstrike in July 2015.

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  41. sunnyflower5 says:

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  42. Ilcon says:

    Dear leftoids.

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  43. Brant says:

    So, the redacted draft to FBI came in the roger stone discovery? Imagine what sidney Powell/Flynn can come up with. Will be like judicial watch x100.

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  44. Ilcon says:

    😂🤣🤣🤣

    Liked by 1 person

  45. youme says:

    This is a brain on drugs:

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  46. youme says:

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