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President Donald Trump called 2016 texts between former FBI officials evidence of an attempted "coup" after a news report showed they were discussing people inside the Trump administration who they could "develop for potential relationships."

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Pastor of Muppets

His dementia is becoming more apparent.

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grieker
2 minutes ago, Pastor of Muppets said:

His dementia is becoming more apparent.

it appears it is you with the memory problem.  Either that or you are just flat ignoring all the evidence that has been presented thus far.  Start with studying Peter Strzok  and his fuck-mate Lisa Page and how they were participants in the coup.

Inspector General’s reprot reveals Strzok allegedly told Page that Trump’s election would be stopped.

“[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” the lawyer, Lisa Page, wrote to Strzok, according to The Post.

“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok responded

“God Hillary should win 100,000,000 – 0,” Strzok wrote to Page, according to one message obtained by Politico. “Also did you hear [Trump] make a comment about the size of his d*ck earlier? This man can not be president,” Page responded, Politico reported.

The text message release promises to further enrage Republicans and Donald Trump supporters already criticizing the Mueller probe for alleged political bias, especially as Strzok, an FBI agent, figured into numerous high-profile politicized investigations: The Mueller probe but also the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, for which she never faced criminal charges.

CBS News, which also obtained the emails, wrote that Strzok, on election day, “expressed his dismay at seeing a map showing…Trump winning — he called it ‘f*****g terrifying,’ and a week after the election, Strzok and Page were also alarmed to see that Jeff Sessions was likely to be named attorney general,” with Strzok writing “Sessions for AG” along with an expletive, to which Page replied, “Good god.”

Then go on to parse Brennan and others.

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prettylight
1 hour ago, grieker said:

it appears it is you with the memory problem.  Either that or you are just flat ignoring all the evidence that has been presented thus far.  Start with studying Peter Strzok  and his fuck-mate Lisa Page and how they were participants in the coup.

Inspector General’s reprot reveals Strzok allegedly told Page that Trump’s election would be stopped.

“[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” the lawyer, Lisa Page, wrote to Strzok, according to The Post.

“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok responded

“God Hillary should win 100,000,000 – 0,” Strzok wrote to Page, according to one message obtained by Politico. “Also did you hear [Trump] make a comment about the size of his d*ck earlier? This man can not be president,” Page responded, Politico reported.

The text message release promises to further enrage Republicans and Donald Trump supporters already criticizing the Mueller probe for alleged political bias, especially as Strzok, an FBI agent, figured into numerous high-profile politicized investigations: The Mueller probe but also the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, for which she never faced criminal charges.

CBS News, which also obtained the emails, wrote that Strzok, on election day, “expressed his dismay at seeing a map showing…Trump winning — he called it ‘f*****g terrifying,’ and a week after the election, Strzok and Page were also alarmed to see that Jeff Sessions was likely to be named attorney general,” with Strzok writing “Sessions for AG” along with an expletive, to which Page replied, “Good god.”

Then go on to parse Brennan and others.

 

Do you think that might have had something to do with what they knew about Trump, and his corruption, and foreign influences? That they thought, based on those things, that he'd be a disaster for the country?

That's what I've always thought, considering the classified information they might have been in a position to know about him.

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10 minutes ago, prettylight said:

 

Do you think that might have had something to do with what they knew about Trump, and his corruption, and foreign influences? That they thought, based on those things, that he'd be a disaster for the country?

That's what I've always thought, considering the classified information they might have been in a position to know about him.

Had absolutely EVERYTHING to do with what they knew about Trump.  

He's not a politician.  He's an accomplished business man.  He's an OUTSIDER who hasn't "earned his way up the ranks".  He can't be bought and doesn't owe anyone anything as did Oblama.

"Disaster to the country?"  Nope, disaster to status quo, certainly

The lyin progressive fake news media machines aka Democrat Political Action Committees have spent over two years trying to drive Trump's approval ratings below 30% as they did with Nixon - EPIC FAIL no matter how creative they get with their accusations.

Rod Rosenstein just implied there was a cover-up when it came to the RUSSIAN interference in American Elections and critical decisions were made by the Obama Administration.  

Least we not forget the "insurance policy" that Strzok and his fuck-make had in place to prevent Trump from becoming president.

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1 minute ago, grieker said:

Had absolutely EVERYTHING to do with what they knew about Trump.  

He's not a politician.  He's an accomplished business man.  He's an OUTSIDER who hasn't "earned his way up the ranks".  He can't be bought and doesn't owe anyone anything as did Oblama.

 

 He sure acts like he owes Putin something, behaving with great loyalty and deference to him.

Unlike the disdain with which he treats those tasked to protect and defend our country, like the FBI.

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Pastor of Muppets

He can't be bought and doesn't owe anyone anything as did Oblama.

G, what are you smoking? He would sell his family out if the $ was right. 

By far, donny doll hands is the most corrupt and corruptible president ever.

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1 hour ago, prettylight said:

 He sure acts like he owes Putin something, behaving with great loyalty and deference to him.

Unlike the disdain with which he treats those tasked to protect and defend our country, like the FBI.

He harbors no disdain for those who defend our country - no idea where the hell you grasped that concept from.

 

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51 minutes ago, Pastor of Muppets said:

He can't be bought and doesn't owe anyone anything as did Oblama.

G, what are you smoking? He would sell his family out if the $ was right. 

By far, donny doll hands is the most corrupt and corruptible president ever.

His actions and your specificity as to his being bought off are paltry at best.

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G and Donny should read this so they don't become:

Here is how to avoid accidentally becoming a Russian agent

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/04/avoid-accidentally-becoming-russian-agent/

American citizens are unwittingly becoming Russian agents. That’s an unavoidable conclusion of Robert Mueller’s report on his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, and an important problem that requires a change in thinking about how people interact on social media. Old adages like “Don’t talk to strangers” don’t really apply in a hyperconnected world. A more accurate replacement is perhaps even more worrying, though: “If you talk to strangers online, assume they are spies until proven otherwise.”

Facebook estimated that 126 million Americans saw one of more than 3,500 Russian-purchased ads on its site. Twitter identified nearly 40,000 Russia-linked accounts that issued 1.5 million tweets, which were viewed a total of 288 million times. As a social media researcher and educator, this shows the scale of people’s exposure to state propaganda and the potential to influence public opinion. But that’s not the really bad news.

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8 hours ago, Pastor of Muppets said:

G and Donny should read this so they don't become:

Here is how to avoid accidentally becoming a Russian agent

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/04/avoid-accidentally-becoming-russian-agent/

American citizens are unwittingly becoming Russian agents. That’s an unavoidable conclusion of Robert Mueller’s report on his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, and an important problem that requires a change in thinking about how people interact on social media. Old adages like “Don’t talk to strangers” don’t really apply in a hyperconnected world. A more accurate replacement is perhaps even more worrying, though: “If you talk to strangers online, assume they are spies until proven otherwise.”

Facebook estimated that 126 million Americans saw one of more than 3,500 Russian-purchased ads on its site. Twitter identified nearly 40,000 Russia-linked accounts that issued 1.5 million tweets, which were viewed a total of 288 million times. As a social media researcher and educator, this shows the scale of people’s exposure to state propaganda and the potential to influence public opinion. But that’s not the really bad news.

Shillery and Oblama obviously did not heed the "advise".

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Pastor of Muppets
11 hours ago, grieker said:

Shillery and Oblama obviously did not heed the "advise".

They don't have to, they aren't in cahoots with russia like you and Donny Dollhands are.

CONFIRMED: Fox News Is Officially State TV

Gabe Sherman reveals how it works: If Fox News tries to reign in their worst voices like Jeanine Pirro, Trump picks up the phone and calls Rupert Murdoch.

Gabriel Sherman's latest revelations at Vanity Fair about how Fox News functions as an arm of the White House are both frightening and predictable.

In the report, he describes an outright war between the news division (Shep Smith, Chris Wallace, et al) and the nighttime opinion crew which exists to pander to Trump: Ingraham, Carlson and Hannity, with a dollop of Lou Dobbs.

But a sequence of events around Jeanine Pirro's suspension shows how much clout Trump has. Even though Lachlan Murdoch is the head of Fox News now, Rupert Murdoch has Trump's ear, and he uses it.

According to Sherman and his sources, staffers thought Jeanine Pirro would be fired, but Trump intervened, calling Rupert Murdoch to complain about her suspension. Instead of firing her, Sherman reports that Fox allowed Pirro to return to the air, but took out her opening monologue where she rants and stirs a froth of anger with viewers. That prompted Trump to complain to Rupert again, which caused a compromise to be forged where she could deliver an abbreviated version of her monologue.

“Trump called Rupert, and Rupert put pressure on the executives,” a source told Sherman.

Just like that!

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grieker
11 hours ago, Pastor of Muppets said:

They don't have to, they aren't in cahoots with russia like you and Donny Dollhands are.

CONFIRMED: Fox News Is Officially State TV

Gabe Sherman reveals how it works: If Fox News tries to reign in their worst voices like Jeanine Pirro, Trump picks up the phone and calls Rupert Murdoch.

Gabriel Sherman's latest revelations at Vanity Fair about how Fox News functions as an arm of the White House are both frightening and predictable.

In the report, he describes an outright war between the news division (Shep Smith, Chris Wallace, et al) and the nighttime opinion crew which exists to pander to Trump: Ingraham, Carlson and Hannity, with a dollop of Lou Dobbs.

But a sequence of events around Jeanine Pirro's suspension shows how much clout Trump has. Even though Lachlan Murdoch is the head of Fox News now, Rupert Murdoch has Trump's ear, and he uses it.

According to Sherman and his sources, staffers thought Jeanine Pirro would be fired, but Trump intervened, calling Rupert Murdoch to complain about her suspension. Instead of firing her, Sherman reports that Fox allowed Pirro to return to the air, but took out her opening monologue where she rants and stirs a froth of anger with viewers. That prompted Trump to complain to Rupert again, which caused a compromise to be forged where she could deliver an abbreviated version of her monologue.

“Trump called Rupert, and Rupert put pressure on the executives,” a source told Sherman.

Just like that!

Only a pathetic gullible fool would consider Gabe Sherman's words over those of in the Mueller OP ED.

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Pastor of Muppets

What is "bigger than watergate" is the trump crime syndicate.

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grieker
1 hour ago, Pastor of Muppets said:

What is "bigger than watergate" is the trump crime syndicate.

The attempt to overthrow the government of the United States.

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prettylight
2 minutes ago, grieker said:

The attempt to overthrow the government of the United States.

The Washington Examiner skews conservative, doesn't it? Here is what it had to say last August, about one of the few people Trump seems loyal to:

 

State Department: ‘Putin wants to break apart the American Republic’

Russian President Vladimir Putin “wants to break apart the American Republic,” a senior State Department official warned lawmakers Tuesday.

“Putin’s thesis is that the American Constitution is an experiment that will fail if challenged in the right way from within,” Assistant Secretary of State Wess Mitchell told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/defense-national-security/state-department-putin-wants-to-break-apart-the-american-republic

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Pastor of Muppets
4 minutes ago, grieker said:

The attempt to overthrow the government of the United States.

Do you mean the illegitimate Putin installed puppet?

Our government is already overthrown.

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1 minute ago, Pastor of Muppets said:

Do you mean the illegitimate Putin installed puppet?

Our government is already overthrown.

Said again with no proof - saying it until your dying breath will not make it so grasshopper.

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Posted (edited)

^

Interestingly, that's exactly the way my husband describes what Trump is doing. Encouraging people to cultivate/let out their inner assh*le.

Edited by prettylight

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2 minutes ago, Pastor of Muppets said:

Only gullible fools would consider Russian propaganda to be factual.

Mueller’s report lays out in embarrassing detail how Russia targeted ‘all-American assholes’ — and won: report

Papadopoulos, Cohen and Manafort have all pleaded guilty to charges in connection with Mueller’s probe, but the special counsel’s report shows their corruption — and the success of Russia’s psychological warfare — are symptoms of the same problems that threaten democracy.

“In anatomizing active measures, (Mueller) has shown us just how prosaic these weapons of mass psychology really are,” Weiss wrote. “They neither hypnotize nor mystify; they simply hold up a mirror to reflect the venality, baseness and stupidity of which their target audience, their dupes, are quite capable without any external intercession.”

“The weapon the Russians used against our democracy was one always located on these shores,” he added. “They sought out the all-American assh*les among us, patted them on the head, and offered loud encouragement for them to simply keep going.”

Progressive ass-hats continue to harp on bullshit that does nothing but muddy the waters.  

Fact.  There was no RUSSIAN COLLUSION!

Fact.  Trump was not charged.

Fact.  RUSSIA along with multiple countries have been interfering with American elections for decades.

Fact.  You can blame FaceBook and the other social media giants for allowing the interference with American elections by addressing comments to the pathetic progressives whose panties have been bunched up since Trump rode down the escalator.   Social media giants successfully stop conservative posts yet somehow they can't seem to stop foreign actors!  Really?

 

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4 minutes ago, prettylight said:

^

Interestingly, that's exactly the way my husband describes what Trump is doing. Encouraging people to let out their inner assh*le.

It's the progressives talking point PL  You'll hear it often.  Calling others what you are mentality running amuck.

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Posted (edited)
2 minutes ago, grieker said:

It's the progressives talking point PL  You'll hear it often.  Calling others what you are mentality running amuck.

Nope. He's an independent thinker. ;)

An independent voter, too.

Edited by prettylight

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