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Reply #120 posted 02/09/18 2:36pm

NorthC

214 said:

Let's make America stupid again... oh wait a minute. Mission accomplished. cool


lol
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Reply #121 posted 02/09/18 3:01pm

poppys

NorthC said:

214 said:

Let's make America stupid again... oh wait a minute. Mission accomplished. cool

lol

At least y'all don't have to live here. lol

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Reply #122 posted 02/09/18 7:47pm

214

poppys said:

NorthC said:

214 said: lol

At least y'all don't have to live here. lol

,y evil twin lives there, feel bad for him.

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Reply #123 posted 02/15/18 12:34pm

Musicslave

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/steve-bannon-met-mueller-multiple-times-over-past-week-n848421

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Steve Bannon met with Mueller multiple times over the past week

WASHINGTON — Steve Bannon, who served as President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, was interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller over multiple days this week, NBC News has learned from two sources familiar with the proceedings.

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Bannon spent a total of some 20 hours in conversations with the team led by Mueller, who is investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia as well as other issues that have arisen around the probe.

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Bannon left his job as a senior White House adviser in August and returned to a leadership role at Breitbart, the right-wing news site based out of Washington. But he fell out of favor with the site’s financial backers, the Mercer family, after criticizing the president and his family in "Fire and Fury,” a book about the Trump administration published earlier this year by author Michael Wolff.

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Reply #124 posted 02/15/18 12:39pm

13cjk13

Musicslave said:

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/steve-bannon-met-mueller-multiple-times-over-past-week-n848421

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Steve Bannon met with Mueller multiple times over the past week

WASHINGTON — Steve Bannon, who served as President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, was interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller over multiple days this week, NBC News has learned from two sources familiar with the proceedings.

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Bannon spent a total of some 20 hours in conversations with the team led by Mueller, who is investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia as well as other issues that have arisen around the probe.

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Bannon left his job as a senior White House adviser in August and returned to a leadership role at Breitbart, the right-wing news site based out of Washington. But he fell out of favor with the site’s financial backers, the Mercer family, after criticizing the president and his family in "Fire and Fury,” a book about the Trump administration published earlier this year by author Michael Wolff.

Today he wouldnt answer any questions but the prepared ones from the White House that he answered with a "no". That's it. He cited "executive privelege". He is a criminal.

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Reply #125 posted 02/15/18 12:44pm

Musicslave

13cjk13 said:

Musicslave said:

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/steve-bannon-met-mueller-multiple-times-over-past-week-n848421

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Steve Bannon met with Mueller multiple times over the past week

WASHINGTON — Steve Bannon, who served as President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, was interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller over multiple days this week, NBC News has learned from two sources familiar with the proceedings.

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Bannon spent a total of some 20 hours in conversations with the team led by Mueller, who is investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia as well as other issues that have arisen around the probe.

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Bannon left his job as a senior White House adviser in August and returned to a leadership role at Breitbart, the right-wing news site based out of Washington. But he fell out of favor with the site’s financial backers, the Mercer family, after criticizing the president and his family in "Fire and Fury,” a book about the Trump administration published earlier this year by author Michael Wolff.

Today he wouldnt answer any questions but the prepared ones from the White House that he answered with a "no". That's it. He cited "executive privelege". He is a criminal.

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For some reason, I can see him spilling more bean to Mueller though. Mainly because it's not public. What he says publicly is for show. In public he could be only doing what trump wants. In private with Mueller's team, he could be telling singing like a canary. I don't see Mueller's team tolerating non-answers for 20 hrs. My guess is he was more forthcoming in private.

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Hell, I wouldn't put it past Bannon to be a mole for Mueller. He was already leaking inside information to the press when he was in the WH. He's slimy like that.

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Reply #126 posted 02/15/18 2:26pm

poppys

Musicslave said:

13cjk13 said:

Today he wouldnt answer any questions but the prepared ones from the White House that he answered with a "no". That's it. He cited "executive privelege". He is a criminal.

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For some reason, I can see him spilling more bean to Mueller though. Mainly because it's not public. What he says publicly is for show. In public he could be only doing what trump wants. In private with Mueller's team, he could be telling singing like a canary. I don't see Mueller's team tolerating non-answers for 20 hrs. My guess is he was more forthcoming in private.

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Hell, I wouldn't put it past Bannon to be a mole for Mueller. He was already leaking inside information to the press when he was in the WH. He's slimy like that.

Quite possible. nod We can hope.

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Reply #127 posted 02/15/18 4:34pm

DiminutiveRock
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poppys said:

Musicslave said:

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For some reason, I can see him spilling more bean to Mueller though. Mainly because it's not public. What he says publicly is for show. In public he could be only doing what trump wants. In private with Mueller's team, he could be telling singing like a canary. I don't see Mueller's team tolerating non-answers for 20 hrs. My guess is he was more forthcoming in private.

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Hell, I wouldn't put it past Bannon to be a mole for Mueller. He was already leaking inside information to the press when he was in the WH. He's slimy like that.

Quite possible. nod We can hope.


He would not be able to help it - he has no discerning self control. His lawyers know this. We all know this. And Mueller will already know the answers to the questoins he would ask...

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Reply #128 posted 02/15/18 4:36pm

herb4

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Musicslave said:

13cjk13 said:

Today he wouldnt answer any questions but the prepared ones from the White House that he answered with a "no". That's it. He cited "executive privelege". He is a criminal.

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For some reason, I can see him spilling more bean to Mueller though. Mainly because it's not public. What he says publicly is for show. In public he could be only doing what trump wants. In private with Mueller's team, he could be telling singing like a canary. I don't see Mueller's team tolerating non-answers for 20 hrs. My guess is he was more forthcoming in private.

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Hell, I wouldn't put it past Bannon to be a mole for Mueller. He was already leaking inside information to the press when he was in the WH. He's slimy like that.


Well, there's that, and everything you say is true but ignores the basic fact that if Bannon also lies to Mueller he's committed a felony.

Lying to the FBi is serious and Meuller won't ask him questions he doesn't alread know the answer to. There's a reason Trump's lawyers are begging him not to talk and it's because this guy can't open his mouth without lying about something. Trump thinks he can slick and trick his way through this but what Mueller does (and what the FBI do) is ask questions to which they already know the answer and have the evidence to back it up, then catch the person dumb enough to try in a provable lie.

Trump is so fucking arrogant that he thinks if he walks in there and simply answers questions, he's off the hook and can make a claim arguning transparency. You wanna do something transparent, you Orange piece of garbage? Release your tax returns that show all the money you launder. Trump is so god damned stupid he thinks it matters if you're under oath or not. It doesn't. He's the Commander in Chief and doesn't know this. His lawyers know but Donald is so full of hubris and so self centered that he'd be happy just ot have attention paid to him.

This entire administration are swine and the damage they're doing to our nation will take generations to rectify. I can't for the life of me understand how anyone could be proud and happy with having voted for him. He's the President America deserves. We've become a nation of used car salesmen with hate in our hearts, driven by fear and, worse, seem to be proud of it. Following the news is like watching fucking wrestling any more.

This is fucking embarrassing and fuck anyone who voted for this crap.

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Reply #129 posted 02/15/18 4:37pm

DiminutiveRock
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herb4 said:

Musicslave said:

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For some reason, I can see him spilling more bean to Mueller though. Mainly because it's not public. What he says publicly is for show. In public he could be only doing what trump wants. In private with Mueller's team, he could be telling singing like a canary. I don't see Mueller's team tolerating non-answers for 20 hrs. My guess is he was more forthcoming in private.

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Hell, I wouldn't put it past Bannon to be a mole for Mueller. He was already leaking inside information to the press when he was in the WH. He's slimy like that.


Well, there's that, and everything you say is true but ignores the basic fact that if Bannon also lies to Mueller he's committed a felony.

Lying to the FBi is serious and Meuller won't ask him questions he doesn't alread know the answer to. There's a reason Trump's lawyers are begging him not to talk and it's because this guy can't open his mouth without lying about something. Trump thinks he can slick and trick his way through this but what Mueller does (and what the FBI do) is ask questions to which they already know the answer and have the evidence to back it up, then catch the person dumb enough to try in a provable lie.

Trump is so fucking arrogant that he thinks if he walks in there and simply answers questions, he's off the hook and can make a claim arguning transparency. You wanna do something transparent, you Orange piece of garbage? Release your tax returns that show all the money you launder. Trump is so god damned stupid he thinks it matters if you're under oath or not. It doesn't. He's the Commander in Chief and doesn't know this. His lawyers know but Donald is so full of hubris and so self centered that he'd be happy just ot have attention paid to him.

This entire administration are swine and the damage they're doing to our nation will take generations to rectify. I can't for the life of me understand how anyone could be proud and happy with having voted for him. He's the President America deserves. We've become a nation of used car salesmen with hate in our hearts, driven by fear and, worse, seem to be proud of it. Following the news is like watching fucking wrestling any more.

This is fucking embarrassing and fuck anyone who voted for this crap.

yeahthat nod

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Reply #130 posted 02/15/18 4:50pm

Musicslave

herb4 said:

Musicslave said:

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For some reason, I can see him spilling more bean to Mueller though. Mainly because it's not public. What he says publicly is for show. In public he could be only doing what trump wants. In private with Mueller's team, he could be telling singing like a canary. I don't see Mueller's team tolerating non-answers for 20 hrs. My guess is he was more forthcoming in private.

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Hell, I wouldn't put it past Bannon to be a mole for Mueller. He was already leaking inside information to the press when he was in the WH. He's slimy like that.


Well, there's that, and everything you say is true but ignores the basic fact that if Bannon also lies to Mueller he's committed a felony.

Lying to the FBi is serious and Meuller won't ask him questions he doesn't alread know the answer to. There's a reason Trump's lawyers are begging him not to talk and it's because this guy can't open his mouth without lying about something. Trump thinks he can slick and trick his way through this but what Mueller does (and what the FBI do) is ask questions to which they already know the answer and have the evidence to back it up, then catch the person dumb enough to try in a provable lie.

Trump is so fucking arrogant that he thinks if he walks in there and simply answers questions, he's off the hook and can make a claim arguning transparency. You wanna do something transparent, you Orange piece of garbage? Release your tax returns that show all the money you launder. Trump is so god damned stupid he thinks it matters if you're under oath or not. It doesn't. He's the Commander in Chief and doesn't know this. His lawyers know but Donald is so full of hubris and so self centered that he'd be happy just ot have attention paid to him.

This entire administration are swine and the damage they're doing to our nation will take generations to rectify. I can't for the life of me understand how anyone could be proud and happy with having voted for him. He's the President America deserves. We've become a nation of used car salesmen with hate in our hearts, driven by fear and, worse, seem to be proud of it. Following the news is like watching fucking wrestling any more.

This is fucking embarrassing and fuck anyone who voted for this crap.

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No doubt about the lying. I agree. I just doubt he'd lie to Mueller & Co. We'll find out if Mueller lied or not after this is over.

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Reply #131 posted 02/15/18 5:51pm

benni

Well, we have another one ready to enter into a plea deal with Mueller:

Rick Gates (Trump's former Campaign Advisor)

He's requested to be given until Weds. to finalize those plans for the plea deal.

They are hoping that this will put pressure on Manafort.


https://www.cnn.com/2018/...index.html

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Reply #132 posted 02/16/18 10:35am

DiminutiveRock
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MUELLER INDICTS 13 RUSSIAN NATIONALS FOR INTERFERRING IN US ELECTION

https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/16/politics/mueller-russia-indictments-election-interference/index.html


lol
Looks like a "something" burger to me.









wink

[Edited 2/16/18 10:36am]

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Reply #133 posted 02/16/18 11:25am

poppys

DiminutiveRocker said:

MUELLER INDICTS 13 RUSSIAN NATIONALS FOR INTERFERRING IN US ELECTION

https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/16/politics/mueller-russia-indictments-election-interference/index.html


lol
Looks like a "something" burger to me.

wink

falloff

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Reply #134 posted 02/16/18 3:20pm

poppys

And we have crickets on one of the top news stories of the day...

https://www.pbs.org/newsh...-elections

Mueller probe indicts 13 Russian nationals for meddling in 2016 elections

Politics Feb 16, 2018 1:18 PM EST

WASHINGTON — Thirteen Russians and three Russian companies were charged Friday with an elaborate plot to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election through social media propaganda aimed at helping Republican Donald Trump and harming the prospects of his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, prosecutors announced Friday.

The indictment, brought by the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, represents the most direct allegation to date of illegal Russian meddling during the election. It says Russians created bogus Internet postings, posed online as American political activists and fraudulently purchased advertisements — all with the goal of swaying political opinion during the bitterly contested race.

The indictment represents the most direct allegation to date of illegal Russian meddling during the election.

The intent of the meddling, the indictment says, was to “sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 presidential election.”

The indictment arises from Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the election and whether there was improper coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. The charges are similar to the assessment of the U.S. intelligence community, which months after the election described a Russian government effort to meddle in the election on Trump’s behalf.

Read the full indictment of 13 Russian nationals for election interference



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[Edited 2/16/18 15:22pm]

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Reply #135 posted 02/16/18 3:39pm

DiminutiveRock
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poppys said:

And we have crickets on one of the top news stories of the day...

https://www.pbs.org/newsh...-elections

Mueller probe indicts 13 Russian nationals for meddling in 2016 elections

Politics Feb 16, 2018 1:18 PM EST

WASHINGTON — Thirteen Russians and three Russian companies were charged Friday with an elaborate plot to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election through social media propaganda aimed at helping Republican Donald Trump and harming the prospects of his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, prosecutors announced Friday.

The indictment, brought by the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, represents the most direct allegation to date of illegal Russian meddling during the election. It says Russians created bogus Internet postings, posed online as American political activists and fraudulently purchased advertisements — all with the goal of swaying political opinion during the bitterly contested race.

The indictment represents the most direct allegation to date of illegal Russian meddling during the election.

The intent of the meddling, the indictment says, was to “sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 presidential election.”

The indictment arises from Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the election and whether there was improper coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. The charges are similar to the assessment of the U.S. intelligence community, which months after the election described a Russian government effort to meddle in the election on Trump’s behalf.

Read the full indictment of 13 Russian nationals for election interference



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Right?! These are real indictments - a grand jury issued them!


Nervous? wink

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Reply #136 posted 02/16/18 4:17pm

13cjk13

DiminutiveRocker said:

poppys said:

And we have crickets on one of the top news stories of the day...

https://www.pbs.org/newsh...-elections

Mueller probe indicts 13 Russian nationals for meddling in 2016 elections

Politics Feb 16, 2018 1:18 PM EST

WASHINGTON — Thirteen Russians and three Russian companies were charged Friday with an elaborate plot to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election through social media propaganda aimed at helping Republican Donald Trump and harming the prospects of his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, prosecutors announced Friday.

The indictment, brought by the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, represents the most direct allegation to date of illegal Russian meddling during the election. It says Russians created bogus Internet postings, posed online as American political activists and fraudulently purchased advertisements — all with the goal of swaying political opinion during the bitterly contested race.

The indictment represents the most direct allegation to date of illegal Russian meddling during the election.

The intent of the meddling, the indictment says, was to “sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 presidential election.”

The indictment arises from Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the election and whether there was improper coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. The charges are similar to the assessment of the U.S. intelligence community, which months after the election described a Russian government effort to meddle in the election on Trump’s behalf.

Read the full indictment of 13 Russian nationals for election interference



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Right?! These are real indictments - a grand jury issued them!


Nervous? wink

They haven't gotten their talking points from Fox, Breitbart or Newsmax yet, as soon as they do, the spin will begin.

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Reply #137 posted 02/16/18 6:35pm

herb4

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13cjk13 said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


Right?! These are real indictments - a grand jury issued them!


Nervous? wink

They haven't gotten their talking points from Fox, Breitbart or Newsmax yet, as soon as they do, the spin will begin.


"NO AMERICANS".

It's already spun

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Reply #138 posted 02/17/18 3:09am

poppys


Just because Mueller indicted only Russians - this time - the investigation is FAR from over. But let's crawl up the mass-shooters ass all day instead. Now that's REAL news.

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Reply #139 posted 02/17/18 7:34am

benni

Here are the Russians that have been indicted:


  • Internet Research Agency LLC -- a Russian company that runs influence campaigns on behalf of the Kremlin
  • Concord Management and Consulting LLC and Concord Catering -- related Russian businesses with Russian government contracts that served as the primary funding source for the Internet Research Agency
  • Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin -- a Russian businessman, known as "Putin’s Cook" for catering state dinners with foreign dignitaries, who was head of the Concord companies He and his companies allegedly financed the Internet Research Agency
  • Mikhail Ivanovich Bystrov -- the director of the Internet Research Agency
  • Mikhail Leonidovich Burchik -- the second-highest ranking director of the Internet Research Agency
  • Aleksandra Yuryevna Krylova -- the third-highest ranking employee in the company
  • Sergey Pavlovich Polozov -- an employee who managed the IT department and bought U.S. servers to mask the company’s location in Russia when conducting operations in the U.S.

  • Anna Vladislavovna Bogacheva -- an employee who served as a translator and oversaw data analysis
  • Maria Anatolyevna Bovda -- an employee who worked on translations
  • Robert Sergeyevich Bovda -- a manager of translations
  • Dzheykhun Nasimi Ogly -- head of translations
  • Vadim Vladimirovich Podkopaev -- a translator who also worked on U.S.-focused research and creation of social media content
  • Gleb Igorevich Vasilchenko -- an employee who oversaw posting, monitoring and updating social media content for accounts controlled by the organization
  • Irina Viktorovna Kaverzina -- a translator who operated multiple U.S. personas used to post social media content
  • Vladimir Venkov -- a translator who also operated U.S. personas that posted social media content
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Reply #140 posted 02/17/18 7:39am

benni

Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin is quoted as saying about the indictments (as reported by Reuters):


“The Americans are very emotional people, they see what they want to see. I have great respect for them. I am not at all upset that I am on this list. If they want to see the devil, let them,” RIA quoted Prigozhin as saying.

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Reply #141 posted 02/17/18 7:44am

poppys

benni said:

Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin is quoted as saying about the indictments (as reported by Reuters):


“The Americans are very emotional people, they see what they want to see. I have great respect for them. I am not at all upset that I am on this list. If they want to see the devil, let them,” RIA quoted Prigozhin as saying.


Saw that. Hope he has beaucoup cash for a good attorney. Otherwise he will get to experience the evillol of American prisons.

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Reply #142 posted 02/17/18 7:49am

benni

poppys said:

benni said:

Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin is quoted as saying about the indictments (as reported by Reuters):


“The Americans are very emotional people, they see what they want to see. I have great respect for them. I am not at all upset that I am on this list. If they want to see the devil, let them,” RIA quoted Prigozhin as saying.


Saw that. Hope he has beaucoup cash for a good attorney. Otherwise he will get to experience the evillol of American prisons.


Except that Russia won't extradite him, so I doubt he'll see a prison the U.S. These indictments are great, but in reality, I don't think they will go anywhere.

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Reply #143 posted 02/17/18 7:49am

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How can u indight Russian?

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #144 posted 02/17/18 8:05am

benni

Additional charges may be coming against Manafort:


Special counsel Robert Mueller's office dropped more potentially damning details -- from an allegation of "additional criminal conduct" to personal financial troubles -- in a response to Paul Manafort's request to change his bail proposal on Friday.

The newly discovered alleged criminal conduct "includes a series of bank frauds and bank fraud conspiracies," a filing from the special c...l's office said on Friday night.

No new charges have been filed in open court against Manafort since he pleaded not guilty to nine counts of money laundering and making false statements about his business on October 30.

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Reply #145 posted 02/17/18 9:42am

poppys

benni said:

poppys said:


Saw that. Hope he has beaucoup cash for a good attorney. Otherwise he will get to experience the evillol of American prisons.


Except that Russia won't extradite him, so I doubt he'll see a prison the U.S. These indictments are great, but in reality, I don't think they will go anywhere.

Fine. Then we're rid of them if that's the case, let them trash-talk all they want. I

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Reply #146 posted 02/17/18 2:26pm

Musicslave

poppys said:

benni said:


Except that Russia won't extradite him, so I doubt he'll see a prison the U.S. These indictments are great, but in reality, I don't think they will go anywhere.

Fine. Then we're rid of them if that's the case, let them trash-talk all they want. I

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However, if they happen to travel to one of our allied countries, their intelligence agencies may tip us off and then we/they could assist in capturing them and bring them to the States.

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This is a very long shot but it is possible. If they are smart they'll stay home in Mother Russia lol

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Your boy Orange Mold seem to think that Mueller's done and he's exonerated. Claiming, "No Collusion" yesterday. Mueller is not done investigating Russia & The Trump Campaign. That was made clear too yesterday. I wouldn't get too froggy if I was him but that won't stop good ole Orange Mold lol

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His team feel vindicated by the announcement of course. Due to the "No American wittingly" or knowingly participated with the Russians part of the indictment. But that's the thing, this statement only pertains to THIS indictment of 13 Russians and I think 3 companies. The language is limited to THIS indictment, not the ENTIRE investigation as trump would have his believers think. Mueller is methodically eating this Yuge Elephant, one bite at a time.

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The indictment doesn't even mention possible obstruction of justice and money laundering.

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Reply #147 posted 02/17/18 4:43pm

poppys

Musicslave said:

poppys said:

Fine. Then we're rid of them if that's the case, let them trash-talk all they want.

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However, if they happen to travel to one of our allied countries, their intelligence agencies may tip us off and then we/they could assist in capturing them and bring them to the States.

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This is a very long shot but it is possible. If they are smart they'll stay home in Mother Russia lol

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Your boy Orange Mold seem to think that Mueller's done and he's exonerated. Claiming, "No Collusion" yesterday. Mueller is not done investigating Russia & The Trump Campaign. That was made clear too yesterday. I wouldn't get too froggy if I was him but that won't stop good ole Orange Mold lol

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His team feel vindicated by the announcement of course. Due to the "No American wittingly" or knowingly participated with the Russians part of the indictment. But that's the thing, this statement only pertains to THIS indictment of 13 Russians and I think 3 companies. The language is limited to THIS indictment, not the ENTIRE investigation as trump would have his believers think. Mueller is methodically eating this Yuge Elephant, one bite at a time.

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The indictment doesn't even mention possible obstruction of justice and money laundering.

orange Mold takes credit for the investigation exonerating him, but of course. It's just mind boggling, every day. It did say that they steered the election towards a Trump win. Mueller's no dummy, he's likely perpared for many different outcomes, including being fired, or not.

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Reply #148 posted 02/18/18 6:13pm

13cjk13

He is fucking UNHINGED today. I can't wait for him to be behind bars.

"Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost".
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Reply #149 posted 02/18/18 7:04pm

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He is fucking UNHINGED today. I can't wait for him to be behind bars.

He needs to be in a mental institution. He is unstable.

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