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Reply #480 posted 01/30/19 11:27am

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benni said:

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Haha, so clever! Worth the watch. dancing jig


"She has it coming, wait, just let Melania go freeeee! (Girls been through enough) But she'd complicic, so she'll visit, just hope not conjugally."

Love Randy Rainbow when he decides to troll Trump.

Ok, I just watched that is really funny lol

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Reply #481 posted 01/30/19 11:52am

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If it's a troll, it should be banned.

If it's not a troll, it should be very ashamed.


It's gotta be a brilliant parody and I feel stupid for not figuring it out until now.

The Dale Gribble avatar should have been a dead give away because no MAGA CHUD is that self aware...or has a sense of humor for that matter. SFA posts like he was incubated and hatched in a fucking conservative labratory and in retrospect it should have been obvious. Nah...no bans. He/she is good at generating skeet for us to shoot at and is THIS CLOSE to the shit I read on Yahoo or FOX News comments. But he flew too close to the sun and gave up the game.

Onlyindausa I think is a true believer though since he/she tends to shift goal posts rather than screaming endlessly into the void and has occasional lucid moments where he's troubled or flailing.

If it's an act, it's the most boring act ever.

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Reply #482 posted 01/30/19 1:50pm

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Roger Stone is known for hyperbole, but his latest graphic warning should worry Donald Trump.

The political trickster said Tuesday, a day he pleaded not guilty to seven charges laid by special counsel Robert Mueller, that Trump's presidency is in mortal peril because the Russia investigation amounts to a "speeding bullet heading for his head."


Sounds like Stone is trying to warn Trump about what Mueller might have on him.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.html

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Reply #483 posted 01/30/19 2:41pm

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benni said:

Roger Stone is known for hyperbole, but his latest graphic warning should worry Donald Trump.

The political trickster said Tuesday, a day he pleaded not guilty to seven charges laid by special counsel Robert Mueller, that Trump's presidency is in mortal peril because the Russia investigation amounts to a "speeding bullet heading for his head."


Sounds like Stone is trying to warn Trump about what Mueller might have on him.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.html


We can only hope!

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Reply #484 posted 01/30/19 2:44pm

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poppys said:

benni said:

Roger Stone is known for hyperbole, but his latest graphic warning should worry Donald Trump.

The political trickster said Tuesday, a day he pleaded not guilty to seven charges laid by special counsel Robert Mueller, that Trump's presidency is in mortal peril because the Russia investigation amounts to a "speeding bullet heading for his head."


Sounds like Stone is trying to warn Trump about what Mueller might have on him.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.html


We can only hope!



popcorn

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Reply #485 posted 01/30/19 3:27pm

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benni said:

Roger Stone is known for hyperbole, but his latest graphic warning should worry Donald Trump.

The political trickster said Tuesday, a day he pleaded not guilty to seven charges laid by special counsel Robert Mueller, that Trump's presidency is in mortal peril because the Russia investigation amounts to a "speeding bullet heading for his head."


Sounds like Stone is trying to warn Trump about what Mueller might have on him.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/...index.html

An image I can really appreciate! biggrin

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Reply #486 posted 01/31/19 11:39am

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Here's an American hero -

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/whistleblower-in-white-house-security-clearance-office-gets-suspended/ar-BBT02CL?OCID=ansmsnnews11


'Whistleblower' in White House security clearance office gets suspended

WASHINGTON — A White House security specialist has been suspended without pay for defying her supervisor Carl Kline, less than a week after NBC News reported Kline approved Jared Kush...clearance over the objections of career staff.

Newbold's two-week suspension from the White House security office was for failure to supervise, failure to follow instructions and defiance of authority, according to the suspension decision notice obtained by NBC News. Security office chief Crede Bailey first proposed the suspension on Dec. 3, 2018.

Wednesday's notice is signed by Bailey and mentions that in Newbold's 18-year career she has not faced any "prior formal disciplinary action." The document also harshly criticizes Newbold for her "defiance" and notes that Newbold said she would "continue to do what is best for the Executive Office of the President."

She has dwarfism, Kline moved security files out of her height reach too. disbelief



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Reply #487 posted 01/31/19 8:25pm

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Christopher Burnham, who was a member of Trump's transition team, has been named a member of the board of one of Oleg Deripaska’s companies, right after the sanctions were lifted on Deripaska.


https://www.huffingtonpos...f9be683192

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Reply #488 posted 02/01/19 4:02am

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So...more lies. Now by the NRA. Again, why?

https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/31/politics/nra-russia-trip/index.html

Emails and photos appear to contradict NRA claims distancing group from 2015 Russia trip


The New York Times reported earlier this week that members of the organization -- including "high-profile donors, boosters and board members" -- visited the country on a trip that was arranged by Maria Butina, an alleged Russian spy who pleaded guilty last month to attempting to infiltrate GOP political circles and influence US relations with Russia before and after the 2016 presidential election.


I wonder the extent to which the entire GOP is compromised, given their tight ties to the NRA, and if this...um...gee...I dunno? Might explain why so many Republicans want this to go away?

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Reply #489 posted 02/01/19 6:54am

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popcorn

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Reply #490 posted 02/01/19 7:09am

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Trump is pulling out of the arms treaty with Russia effective tomorrow, they are now free to do the same. He has ended sanctions against Russia. He has tweeted that we are bringing our troops home from Afghanistan, and out of Syria. In essence, he is giving Syria to Russia. And Trump keeps screaming "No Collusion" and Trumpers keep buying it. In each of the things that he has done above, is doing, Russia is the country that benefits from it. He wants us to believe there is no collusion, that he is not a Russian asset; well, he is either a very deeply imbedded Russian asset, or he is the most gullible and easily manipulated person that Russia has ever met.

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Reply #491 posted 02/01/19 7:14am

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benni said:

Trump is pulling out of the arms treaty with Russia effective tomorrow, they are now free to do the same. He has ended sanctions against Russia. He has tweeted that we are bringing our troops home from Afghanistan, and out of Syria. In essence, he is giving Syria to Russia. And Trump keeps screaming "No Collusion" and Trumpers keep buying it. In each of the things that he has done above, is doing, Russia is the country that benefits from it. He wants us to believe there is no collusion, that he is not a Russian asset; well, he is either a very deeply imbedded Russian asset, or he is the most gullible and easily manipulated person that Russia has ever met.



eek omg

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Reply #492 posted 02/01/19 9:24am

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More evidence of deep rooted Russian/GOP fuckery:

Mitch McConnell recently voted to drop sanctions against Russian aluminum company RusAl which is still owned by one of Vladimir Putin’s sanctioned oligarchs, Oleg Deripaska. His action directly benefits one of the GOP leader’s major donors, whose fortune comes from Russian oil.

The Senate Leadership Fund, a super PAC run by Sen. McConnell’s former Chief of Staff, received a total of $3,500,000 ($2,500,000 in 2016 and $1,000,000 in 2017) via Access Industries and a subsidiary. Len Blavatnik is a Russian oligarch with US and UK citizenship who owns Access Industries and donated to Sen. McConnell’s 2016 Senate campaign vehicles.




https://medium.com/@TheDe...56f16a4824

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Reply #493 posted 02/01/19 11:25am

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herb4 said:

More evidence of deep rooted Russian/GOP fuckery:

Mitch McConnell recently voted to drop sanctions against Russian aluminum company RusAl which is still owned by one of Vladimir Putin’s sanctioned oligarchs, Oleg Deripaska. His action directly benefits one of the GOP leader’s major donors, whose fortune comes from Russian oil.

The Senate Leadership Fund, a super PAC run by Sen. McConnell’s former Chief of Staff, received a total of $3,500,000 ($2,500,000 in 2016 and $1,000,000 in 2017) via Access Industries and a subsidiary. Len Blavatnik is a Russian oligarch with US and UK citizenship who owns Access Industries and donated to Sen. McConnell’s 2016 Senate campaign vehicles.




https://medium.com/@TheDe...56f16a4824

HOW IS THIS NOT A THING?!?!?!?!?!

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Reply #494 posted 02/01/19 11:32am

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DiminutiveRocker said:



herb4 said:


More evidence of deep rooted Russian/GOP fuckery:


Mitch McConnell recently voted to drop sanctions against Russian aluminum company RusAl which is still owned by one of Vladimir Putin’s sanctioned oligarchs, Oleg Deripaska. His action directly benefits one of the GOP leader’s major donors, whose fortune comes from Russian oil.


The Senate Leadership Fund, a super PAC run by Sen. McConnell’s former Chief of Staff, received a total of $3,500,000 ($2,500,000 in 2016 and $1,000,000 in 2017) via Access Industries and a subsidiary. Len Blavatnik is a Russian oligarch with US and UK citizenship who owns Access Industries and donated to Sen. McConnell’s 2016 Senate campaign vehicles.





https://medium.com/@TheDe...56f16a4824




HOW IS THIS NOT A THING?!?!?!?!?!


Because people are more concerned about an ad by Gillette or a staredown between a Catholic boy and a Native American man.
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Reply #495 posted 02/01/19 11:46am

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DiminutiveRocker said:



herb4 said:


More evidence of deep rooted Russian/GOP fuckery:


Mitch McConnell recently voted to drop sanctions against Russian aluminum company RusAl which is still owned by one of Vladimir Putin’s sanctioned oligarchs, Oleg Deripaska. His action directly benefits one of the GOP leader’s major donors, whose fortune comes from Russian oil.


The Senate Leadership Fund, a super PAC run by Sen. McConnell’s former Chief of Staff, received a total of $3,500,000 ($2,500,000 in 2016 and $1,000,000 in 2017) via Access Industries and a subsidiary. Len Blavatnik is a Russian oligarch with US and UK citizenship who owns Access Industries and donated to Sen. McConnell’s 2016 Senate campaign vehicles.





https://medium.com/@TheDe...56f16a4824




HOW IS THIS NOT A THING?!?!?!?!?!


Interesting how all this is coming out now. No wonder so many repubs are silent on the Russia investigation.
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Rest in Power Elijah Cummings. Thank you for your fight for human rights/justice. Your legacy will never die in vain.
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Reply #496 posted 02/01/19 11:58am

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2elijah said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

HOW IS THIS NOT A THING?!?!?!?!?!

Interesting how all this is coming out now. No wonder so many repubs are silent on the Russia investigation.




IKR?!!

Len Blavatnik is a Russian oligarch with US and UK citizenship who owns Access Industries and donated to Sen. McConnell’s 2016 Senate campaign vehicles.

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Reply #497 posted 02/01/19 12:08pm

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NorthC said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

HOW IS THIS NOT A THING?!?!?!?!?!

Because people are more concerned about an ad by Gillette or a staredown between a Catholic boy and a Native American man.

People can multi task.

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Reply #498 posted 02/01/19 12:24pm

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Trump is pulling out of the arms treaty with Russia effective tomorrow, they are now free to do the same. He has ended sanctions against Russia. He has tweeted that we are bringing our troops home from Afghanistan, and out of Syria. In essence, he is giving Syria to Russia. And Trump keeps screaming "No Collusion" and Trumpers keep buying it. In each of the things that he has done above, is doing, Russia is the country that benefits from it. He wants us to believe there is no collusion, that he is not a Russian asset; well, he is either a very deeply imbedded Russian asset, or he is the most gullible and easily manipulated person that Russia has ever met.

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Either one of those last answers is detrimental to the stability of the United States. Putin must be proud biggrin Operation: Kompromat went over far better than he expected I'm sure.

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Reply #499 posted 02/01/19 3:34pm

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13cjk13 said:

NorthC said:

DiminutiveRocker said: Because people are more concerned about an ad by Gillette or a staredown between a Catholic boy and a Native American man.

People can multi task.


Not with this dude in the White House. He fucks up too fast.

Christ, I just remembered today taht the guy has been married 3x and has cheated on all of his wives. Evangelical christians love him.

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Reply #500 posted 02/01/19 3:56pm

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13cjk13 said:

People can multi task.


Not with this dude in the White House. He fucks up too fast.

Christ, I just remembered today taht the guy has been married 3x and has cheated on all of his wives. Evangelical christians love him.

He also said he loves grabbing women by their pussies and mocked a disabled reporter. More for Evangelicals to love.

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Reply #501 posted 02/06/19 2:17pm

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Reply #502 posted 02/06/19 2:29pm

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^^ That's amazing. The Moscow Trump Hotel - shaking hands with Putin, was a nomination strategy.

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Reply #503 posted 02/06/19 2:32pm

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^^ That's amazing. The Moscow Trump Hotel - shaking hands with Putin, was a nomination strategy.


How can anyone say this was not "collusion"?

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Reply #504 posted 02/06/19 2:45pm

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Reply #505 posted 02/06/19 2:47pm

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omg omg omg

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Reply #506 posted 02/06/19 3:42pm

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^^ That's amazing. The Moscow Trump Hotel - shaking hands with Putin, was a nomination strategy.


Wow, if this doesn’t confirm the dirty hands in this, I don’t know what else does. They were definitely making communication with Putin’s people during the election, and trying to get trump elected to get in good with Putin.
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Reply #507 posted 02/06/19 4:31pm

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benni said:



eek


whistling coooolllluuusssiiioonnn whistling

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Reply #508 posted 02/06/19 5:10pm

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benni said:

poppys said:

^^ That's amazing. The Moscow Trump Hotel - shaking hands with Putin, was a nomination strategy.


How can anyone say this was not "collusion"?


Well, because..uhhhh...something something Hillary Clinton.

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Reply #509 posted 02/06/19 7:05pm

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herb4 said:

benni said:


How can anyone say this was not "collusion"?


Well, because..uhhhh...something something Hillary Clinton.


....something something Obama....

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