August 14th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1303

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1,182 Responses to August 14th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1303

  1. Jan Sanne says:

    We have no justice dept. This guilty plea is letting this guy off easy. Stone got years and this guy gets a slap on the wrist. Total BS.

    Liked by 3 people

    • FPCHmom says:

      I don’t think so –

      Liked by 9 people

      • JCM800 says:

        Here’s a friendly reminder for those who expect too much and are disappointed regarding our Systems.

        Some Consider it a Justice System
        Others Consider it a Legal System.

        Expectations Guide Perception.

        Generally speaking the Modern American Conflict Resolution Process, is no longer
        Ruled by Laws, it is Ruled by Lawyers.

        What appears to the outsider as a miscarriage of Justice, appears to the Lawyers and Judges and all the others in the system, to be a Legal job completed and “Justice” is when they are paid for it.

        Expectations Guide Perception

        When you find your self dissatisfied at any point in your life.
        Keep asking yourself
        “What did I expect?”

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          • fred5678 says:

            I walked neighborhoods in Santa Monica for this patriot when I was 21 — and then my first vote that November. Also went to two YUGE rallies in Dodger Stadium. Good times. Good times.

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            • JCM800 says:

              fred, In my modest family library, i have from my late and honored Grandmother, For (3) and Against (1) political paperbacks during Senator Goldwater’s campaign, and after reading them, America truly needed a large number Goldwater’s policies.
              BIG TIME

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              • fred5678 says:

                LBJ’s campaign called Bary a “war monger” and almost aired the infamous “Daisy” ad with a girl counting petals on a flower, morphing into a countdown to an atomic bomb blast. And then LBJ went on to create the Tonkin Gulf incident and send over 50,000 young Americans to their death in Vietnam.

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              • fred5678 says:

                Have you seen this? Remove the double quotes at each end to watch Ronald Reagan begin HIS political career in 1964 while speaking for Barry. I also got to vote for Reagan FOUR times — twice for governor and twice for president.

                “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXBswFfh6AY”

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          • MR52 says:

            Goldwater, well I prefer to go with Welch’s John Birch Society

            Robert Welch sure knew what he was talking about:

            …. that the government of the United States was “under operational control of the Communist party.” It was, he said in the summer of 1961, “50-70 percent” Communist-controlled.

            https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB120413132440097025

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          • fatimadon says:

            One of my all time favorite political statements. Thank you for posting!

            Liked by 1 person

          • auh2o64 says:

            Where have I heard that before!

            Liked by 1 person

          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            I think Goldwater got that quote from the novelist Taylor Caldwell, who said she got it from Cicero (about whom she wrote a very readable novel called Pillar of Iron).

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        • KnowSERENoFear says:

          AKA: Legal Positivism

          …as opposed to Natural Law

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          • JCM800 says:

            Very good, Thank you.
            Though Word Economy is considered a mark of Intelligence in Modernity. Sometimes oversimplification for speed, creates misunderstandings to those who are too Small Minded, Distracted or Apathetic, etc.., to grasp complex concepts.

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            • JCM800 says:

              “Shall Not be Infringed”, is unambiguous, clear, and precise.
              Only corrupt sophistry explains otherwise.

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            • Alligator Gar says:

              Yes, these “short, active-voice sentences only” and “short words only, no $20 words, please!” people loose the essence of dialogue. If you go back and read the dialogues of Plato, Aristotle’s Republic, Plotinus, Cicero, none of these great minds ever wrote or spoke like a two-year old.

              This is my take on these brief-wits: If you can’t sit still to listen to me, then dialogue with me; don’t expect me to try to put my ideas on the back of a matchbook to suit your short attention span. I’d rather keep my ideas to myself.

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              • JCM800 says:

                Outstanding Alligator Gar,

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                • KnowSERENoFear says:

                  I believe I’ve been misunderstood. I simply meant to put a word to your explanation in case Treepers wanted to look it up.

                  Legal positivism is the law taught in law schools now…and since the mid-60’s. This brand of law does not care about justice. And thus…we have no justice. Just like you said.

                  Our Founders were grounded in Natural Law…which is grounded in ethics and morality (religion)…it’s what our Constitution is grounded in.

                  Without morality and ethics, we have a legal system but not a justice system. Expectation management would suggest that if folks want to understand why our current system is not meeting their expectations, then they must first understand the system to realize an expectation. Dislocated expectations produce emotional reactions. So perhaps if more folks made an effort to understand a system rather than rely on their uninformed assumptions about it, they might just have a rational, rather than emotional, approach to solving problems.

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        • billrla says:

          JCM: “‘Justice’ is when they are paid for it.” That’s a keeper.

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      • Blue Wildflower says:

        A thread on a sweater, keep pulling the thread and the entire sweater comes apart.

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      President Trump just said that this was just the beginning.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Right Mover says:

        The question is whether Trump KNOWS this is just the beginning, or whether his comment that it’s “just the beginning” is a not-so-subtle nudge to light a fire under Barr’s ample rear end. I suspect it’s the latter.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      how many years did he get?????????????

      since you know, please share!

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  2. cdnintx says:

    Are either of the other names besides Durham interesting – Neeraj Patel and Anthony Scarpelli ?

    Liked by 1 person

  3. FPCHmom says:

    In the end it’s going to come out that they falsified evidence to railroad Flynn too.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Justin Green says:

      Weissman knows the answer to that.

      Clinesmith’s family wasn’t threatened to coerce an false guilty plea.
      Clinesmith ACTUALLY committed the crime.

      These liberals and their damned dishonest questions. Geez.

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      • FPCHmom says:

        Exactly.

        Clinesmith’s attorneys approached the DOJ looking for a plea. He offered to help them in exchange for a deal.

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        • WRB says:

          I am willing to bet Clinesmith has put a canary to shame. As we know, he was part of “the resistance,” which was more than just him and his best bud drawing mustaches on pictures of Donald Trump. For sure, McCabe is caught up in this.

          Comey, I am not sure, unless McCabe gives up the goods on him.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      That Weismann feels the need to even comment on this is a huge “tell” about how worried they are.

      Liked by 12 people

    • WhiteBoard says:

      Well there are 17 inaccuracies according to the OIG – so that could be 17 people indicted including anyone in their group that knew.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        17 is the Magic Number, then…

        17 Intelligence Agencies concluded that Russia interfered in the election…
        17 Angry Democrats on Team Mueller…
        17 “Significant errors or omissions” in the Carter Page FISA application…

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      • Justin Green says:

        I thought it was 17 “classifications” of errors – meaning there were far more errors committed. Maybe I’m remembering that wrong.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          you are probably right. the media has a way of presenting it to confuse details.

          how do you make 1 error on fisa warrant? assuming these arent spacing of footers.

          if you have the time – and a list of these errors exist could you post as a fresh post?

          i will look also and post if i find.

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    • L_Dave says:

      Question for Weissmann – was Mueller’s scope of work broad enough to include corrupt FBI and DOJ officials for falsifying evidence to unlawfully spy on American citizens? And, if so, why didn’t Mueller find any of this?

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    • JMC says:

      To Weissman: How? Because Flynn pleaded guilty to faulty evidence that did not show the required exculpatory evidence, which was criminally denied to him.. Obviously the POS Weissmann is the criminal, and he thinks we’re all stoopid.

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    • fred5678 says:

      Hey Andrew, about that “changing an email” crap — you misspelled “falsifying evidence in order to bring down the President is sedition”, you f’in ambulance chaser and Arthur Anderson destroyer!!

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    • WRB says:

      Weissman tweeted:
      Question for Barr: how are Flynn’s confessed lies to the FBI (repeated to the VP) not a crime, but Clinesmith changing an email (the full version of which he also sent to DOJ) is?

      According to Weissman (how does he know?) Clinesmith sent the unmodified email to people at DOJ. That means some people at DOJ had the info that Carter Page was a CIA asset (not a Russian spy). So why didn’t those DOJ people raise red flags? Short answer, is they were “in on it.” We now have more targets to investigate, indict and flip.

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  4. sunnydaze says:

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  5. very good news conference – short and sweet and informative- leads with Clinesmith -puts it out there – and ends with Biden supposedly taking credit for Israel /UAE – VSGT says ” He (Biden) doesn’t even know the countries we are talking about (who will join this deal)” Good remarks and sharp on- the -mark-answers BTW breaking news – Biden will take questions soon!

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  6. sunnyflower5 says:

    Yesterday— The lapdog press ASKED him about Kamala possibly having an issue with her birth to foreign parents in the US. He simply said he heard about that.
    Today, the press is acting like he brought it up. Such BS.

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  7. JCM800 says:

    Using an Un-Elected “official” and their “Opinion” to enact TYRANNY.
    He’s so arrogant, he laughs and smiles about Violating the Bill of Rights.

    “That’s above my pay grade, Tucker,” Murphy said Wednesday on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” “So, I wasn’t thinking of the Bill of Rights when we did this. We went to all — first of all — we went to the scientists who said people have to stay away from each other.”

    REMOVE THE TYRANT

    https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2020/08/14/new-jersey-gov-phil-murphy-says-general-election-will-be-done-mostly-mail/

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    • Right Mover says:

      We in NJ know Phil Murphy is a Marxist tyrant.
      Some of us would like our President to stop referring to him as “a good guy.”

      Liked by 3 people

      • JCM800 says:

        Concur,
        From the view of an outsider not in the “Political Game”, it’s infuriating and dangerous, as rationalizes and invites more oppression.

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        • JCM800 says:

          As “it” rationalizes, normalizes, Unconstitutional Tyranny. Some parts of the Grand Experiment known as the United States of America are Rotten to the Core with Unconstitutional Tyrant Officials and “policies”.

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  8. Zephyrbreeze says:

    InfoWars reporters
    Millie Weaver and her husband Gavin were just arrested in front of their kids just as they were uploading their documentary ShadowGate – based on the ShadowNet (ClearForce.com) that is AI social network manipulation software. Builds predictive behavioral reports and social influence manipulators. Its’ a discrimanitory software.

    Patrick Bergy developed it for Black Psyops against the Sunni and Shia. Bergy is on LIVE right now on InfoWars and was on the PHONE wtih them when they were arrested.

    Atlantic Council – General Jones – Facebook – Both Parties Heavily involved in ShadowNet and wedded to the ChiComs.

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    • cjzak says:

      There it is in bright bold letters. The double tiered justice system that AG Barr said on Hannity he came out of retirement to fix. He needs to get going. This proves he hasn’t been on the mark about justice for all yet. He might be 100 before he gets to retire again with your goal achieved at the rate he’s going.

      She should be sitting in jail right now for multiple crimes, but instead she gets off again.

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    • fred5678 says:

      Saddest part:

      “Judicial Watch, which initiated the case in 2014…” SIX YEARS AGO!!!

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  9. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Where was in the FBI raids to arrest him like they did to Stone and Manafort?? Yeah, I didn’t think so.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Jan Sanne says:

    Weissman’s email is exactly why so many people are fed up with the slow-walking of justice. He should have been disbarred years ago and here he is free to challenge the person who PT appointed to represent we the people. Hillary does it too when there is 100 times more evidence against her than Stone and Flynn combined.

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  11. Zephyrbreeze says:

    5:pm

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    • mr.piddles says:

      I may even have to skip my pre-dinner nap today so that I don’t miss anything good.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Daniel M. Camac says:

        Haha, that makes two of us, mr. piddles. Got the morning chores finished, made a second batch of oxtail ragu and will now sit back and enjoy watching some of the RATS scamper and hiss.

        Hoping Sundance is safely back home and loading up the docs for launch at 1700 hrs.

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      • Karla says:

        Mr. Piddles, I live in California and I may start drinking at 2 pm my time….why not! The trip tip is marinated, twice baked potatoes ready for the oven, and census workers canvassing my neighborhood next week. Yup, that’s right. Our homeowners association said they would knock on doors if they had questions. Crazy times. God bless Sundance in his quest.

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    • trishinsouthernillinois says:

      My 16yr old son just came up to me and asked, “is this the day Sundance releases his information? Like when Lou Dobbs starts?”
      😆
      We’re all in suspense at my house!
      🍿🍿🍿

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        I wish we could get our boys together to talk politics. My 15 year old is an avid President Trump fan. He and his grandmother watch Tucker all of the time and love Lou. She’s 85, so it’s an interesting dynamic. They are thick as thieves. I work two jobs, so I am not there a lot, but I am there enough to catch them glued to the TV watching YouTube streams of the President’s pressers and Lou and Tucker. So fun to see.

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      • WRB says:

        I thought the public (that would be us) sees the info tomorrow, not today.

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  12. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Not one word during this entire China Virus on HIPPA Violations.
      Tracing Apps. Temperature check points. 🤷‍♂️

      Liked by 4 people

      • henry says:

        HIPAA violations are expensive. The penalties for noncompliance are based on the level of negligence and can range from $100 to $50,000 per violation (or per record), with a maximum penalty of $1.5 million per year for violations of an identical provision. Violations can also carry criminal charges that can result in jail time.

        I am sure Northram and China are excused……
        It’s the only way corrupt government works..

        Safest thing to do is bag your phone in a farraday bag
        or
        Quit carrying it.

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    • Guyski says:

      But if someone developed an app that would notify people that a violent convicted criminal (recently released from prison) is in close proximity, there would be a media storm. 🙄

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    • Skippy says:

      Don’t allow automatic updates on Apple iPhones or Macs (adjust your settings to dis-enable auto updates and don’t charge at night).. I declined after reading the details of the updates 2 to 3 weeks ago as they included these Covid tracing and much more privacy angles.

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      • Judith says:

        @Skippy I don’t do automatic updates and my iphone does *not* have that new covid tracer like everyone else’s does. But my husband tells me that, eventually, my iphone will not be “supported” without the updates.

        Maybe we can initiate a class action lawsuit for HIPAA violations. Doctors are not permitted to divulge medical info to non-specific entities without prior authorization.

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  13. henry says:

    MSM new mantra:

    Mr. President, for everyone who wants to mail in 18 ballots; will there be enough mail in ballots for them?????

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    • JCM800 says:

      UNIPARTY UNIMEDIA will be puking it out, like Bret Baier and
      “Contested Convention, Contested Convention….”

      Viewer Pushes button,
      Video Screen goes Black
      Former Viewer Enjoys Life

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  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  15. deeperinfo says:

    What a Beautiful Day!!!

    That faint smell in the air reminds me of Watergate begining to be exposed.

    Plea Bargain Bingo begins!

    N25 – Kevin Clinesmith!

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  16. gda53 says:

    So Durham’s the Special Attorney (SA).
    And then the SA appointed a Special Counsel (SC) XXXXX.

    Unbeknownst to anyone.

    Until Sundance uncovered that fact.

    SC is investigating what? There’s SO much to investigate.
    RICO/U1/Insider Trading/Unmasking/Other – take your pick or pick a smorgasbord

    But a SC timeline is not now what we hoped/thought. It’s not a Durham/DOJ timeline.

    This may take YEARS yet. But (presumably) cannot be shut down on Nov 4 if the unthinkable happens.

    Unfortunately will likely drag out beyond PDJT’s second term. Is that why he’s so annoyed (“it’s TREASON”), after Sundance clued him in on the existence of the SC?

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  17. citizen817 says:

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  18. justlizzyp says:

    Question – if Clinesmith was Assistant Gen Coun. in NSD, was he basically reporting to Adkinson?

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  19. warrprin1 says:

    Fresh new hell:
    “GAO finds acting DHS chief Chad Wolf, deputy Cuccinelli invalidly appointed to posts”
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/gao-dhs-chief-chad-wolf-deputy-cuccinelli-invalidly-appointed

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    • Robert Smith says:

      LOL

      Faster and more efficient that actually going to court or anything.

      Liked by 1 person

    • dd_sc says:

      Order of succession? Isn’t that argument out the window now?

      If that’s a strict requirement, then Sue Gordon should have replaced Dan Coats as ODNI, but she retired when President Trump made it clear she would not be the pick.

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    • This is very tightly written, even for an Information, IMO, and hopefully has been constructed so as to not reveal what other information they may be looking at.
      Who was the SSA on this? Strozk ? . . . it would seem to exculpate him, but there may be more beneath the surface yet to be revealed. It also seems to exclude the possibility that Page was a CIA plant, but who knows?

      In any event, I’m discouraged that the blatant violations of Pages 4th Amendment rights – which are at the heart of this scandal – seem not to be being addressed.

      There better be a SHIT LOAD of other shoes to drop.

      https://www.justice.gov/crt/deprivation-rights-under-color-law

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  20. paper doll says:

    If they can’t be arrested on their Fed crimes, how about the kid trafficking crimes? There exists a pincher of criminality in D.C…..and other places….Fed crimes and kids…get ’em on something.

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  21. WhiteBoard says:

    Lawyer for Clinesmith is Justin Shur.

    He has worked on cases keeping Nortek from SEC violation with chinese bribery.

    Here is Justin’s feedback in support of Hillary in 2016

    “Why Comey should not have sent the Clinton letter — but probably felt he had to” TITLE

    “What are voters supposed to do with this?” — Justin Shur, former Department of Justice prosecutor.

    :Justin Shur

    “Well, it’s clearly contrary to long-standing DOJ policy. I have great respect for the director; there’s no one in my view more qualified for the job than James Comey. He’s truly a talented lawyer and his dedication to public service is unsurpassed.

    But his decision is inconsistent with DOJ policy and procedures. I mean, first, the DOJ and the FBI simply do not discuss, publicly at least, ongoing investigations and what investigative steps they may or may not take. Especially when the investigation involves a candidate running for office

    That he did so a few days before the election is stunning”

    https://www.vox.com/2016/10/31/13477150/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-fbi-emails-justin-shur-investigation-2016-election

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  22. FPCHmom says:

    Good article not behind paywall –

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Brant says:

    Hmmm, well lisa mei crowley twitter was suspended. Will last refuge be too. Looking forward to the next couple days.

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  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Yep.

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  25. cjzak says:

    This is something to mull over. I can’t believe this will go the way the article says except if Pres. Trump loses in Nov.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/china-now-has-more-companies-fortune-500-us

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  26. MAGADJT says:

    Now the question is whether this tiny morsel of red meat thrown out on a Friday, will for Sundance to hold back on releasing the deluge.

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  27. MTB says:

    Neeraj Patel?

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  28. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Clinesmith is the first to fall.

    To the Eeyores, take a break from the sad braying for a while. Just sit back and see what else develops.

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  29. sunnyflower5 says:

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  30. sunnyflower5 says:

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  31. Scarlet says:

    Two hours to Wopner………. * excited *

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  32. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  33. citizen817 says:

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  34. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  35. citizen817 says:

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  36. CopperTop says:

    EYES PLEASE:

    Page 4/5 on criminal complaint of Clinesmith:

    11. “…instant messages between DEFENDANT (emphasis mine) and SSA…”

    That’s NEWS correct? DOJ citing Clinesmith IMs with suspected SSA/aka one of the coup plotters?

    [I don’t remember Horowitz report using IMs as a reference for conlcuding there were conflicting copies]

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  37. repsort says:

    Well, the spinning can now begin..
    “Hey, we were doing our job! We didn’t know they guy falsified evidence…”

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  38. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  39. burnett044 says:

    For all those that scream eeeeyore or troll to those of us that wabt total justice…that have waiting long enuff thru all this tick tock bull sh!t…I say STFU…..go find the trusty plan cafe and have a drink with Jeff Session….
    NAzi hunters never stop pushing for justice nor will we……we want all of them….we want the total big club ..all the elite scum bags….
    so yes we will forever shout …not enuff……just like Sundance ..we keep fighting
    end mild rant……………and have a nice day

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I want total justice too. But I’m not going to pollute this forum with endless whining. I’m also not going to ignore all of the good things Barr has done so far.

      How would you be during a war? “The Chinese are going to wipe us out!”

      I say STFU

      Take your own advice.

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    • albertus magnus says:

      Amen, Burnett, Amen!

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    • WRB says:

      For what it is worth, AG Barr noted that this was a “minor step forward.” (or words to that effect.) So I expect some “major steps forward,” which by definition is a much bigger deal.

      Also, some context (from https://dailycaller.com/2019/11/22/fbi-lawyer-kevin-clinesmith-russia/):

      “Plus, my god damned name is all over the legal documents investigating his staff,” wrote Clinesmith, who is referred to as “FBI Attorney 2” in the June 2018 report.

      In a Nov. 22, 2016 text message discussion about Trump, Clinesmith wrote: “Viva le Resistance!”

      In my opinion, that Viva le Resistance! message (and rumors of “meetings”) indicate this guy was part of the cabal. And his statement, “my god damned name is all over the legal documents investigating his staff,” sounds like guilty knowledge — he knew investigating the President’s staff was not kosher. And he was not the only one involved. So bottom line, this guy can (and probably did) sing like a canary.

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  40. PaulCohen says:

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Who’s worried about discrimination against Asian Americans?

      Like

    • Justin Green says:

      And, for Julia Loffe, I would just point out the error in her thinking…

      The virus, so far as we know, DID come from Wuhan. That’s a fact. It’s not a judgment of someone’s character by their skin color. It’s just a fact. Calling it that, because of where it originated, is just a way of conveying a fact.

      That’s fundamentally and categorically different than discriminating against someone because they’re Asian.

      Wow, liberal logic simply doesn’t exist.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Wuhan is in America?

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  41. WRB says:

    I was annoyed a few months ago watching Iranian oil tankers sailing into Venezuela, while both countries are being embargoed.

    I am not annoyed to hear the US has just nabbed four Iranian tankers as they were sailing for Venezuela. The tankers are now going to Houston. So by letting the one tanker through we got four!

    https://www.npr.org/2020/08/14/902532689/u-s-seizes-iranian-fuel-from-4-tankers-bound-for-venezuela

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  42. wxobserver says:

    Another Twatter feed to watch for things Durham is Adam Housely. I am not sticking up for the veracity of his claims — that he has a source in the Durham probe. With that caveat, he is saying there are more, bigger indictments to come.

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  43. Cathy M. says:

    BBB Tip:”Brushing” scam indicates a serious problem for victims
    Free boxloads of merchandise from Amazon or other companies, right on your doorstep?

    Here’s why
    https://www.bbb.org/article/news-releases/20509-brushing-scam-indicates-a-serious-problem-for-victims

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  44. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    I need some Big Ugly snacks.

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  45. citizen817 says:

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