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Old February 17th, 2017, 03:23 AM   #21
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Where is your evidence? That is a bold statement without it! Insulting to me because I voted for Trump, and it had nothing to do with Russia.
As you know, the Russian intelligence published anything internal they'd found out that would hurt the democrats and help the fatman. Bloat didn't win the popular vote anyway, but it seems unlikely he'd have got in without this heavy Russian invervention, for which he is properly grateful
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Old February 17th, 2017, 03:29 AM   #22
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Continue to Defend Russia and Attack U.S. Intelligence?

If collusion doesn’t explain his behavior, what does?
By William Saletan



Donald Trump speaks after his meeting with TV personality Steve Harvey on Friday.
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don’t believe Donald Trump colluded with Russia to hack the Democratic National Committee. I don’t think anyone working on Trump’s behalf met with anyone working for Vladimir Putin. That allegation—which appeared in clearly erroneous form in the sketchy “dossier” published by BuzzFeed on Tuesday—could turn out to be true. But nothing I’ve seen so far, dossier included, has convinced me.

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Will Saletan writes about politics, science, technology, and other stuff for Slate. He’s the author of Bearing Right.




But that leaves all of us with a problem: How do we explain the overtly pro-Russian behavior of Trump and his surrogates? If they’re not Russian puppets, why do they work so hard to defend Putin and Russia against American investigators and reporters? Why do they divert blame to other countries and victims of the hack? Why, instead of targeting the Russian intelligence agencies that infiltrated us, do they attack the American intelligence agencies that exposed the Russians?
This behavior has been going on for months. In June, Trump openly invited Putin to hack more Democratic emails. Trump’s allies excused this as a joke, but Trump kept going. In July, he defended Russia’s invasion of Crimea. Even after the election, and after U.S. intelligence agencies had reported that senior Russian officials directed the hack “to interfere with the US election process,” Trump ridiculed the intelligence agencies and scoffed: “They have no idea if it’s Russia or China or somebody.”
Last week’s intelligence briefing on the hack was supposed to bring Trump around. “If, after the briefing, he is still unsure,” said Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, “that will shake me to my core about his judgment.” But the briefing has changed almost nothing. Trump continues to belittle the intelligence, question Russia’s guilt, divert scrutiny, and attack the intelligence community. This month, as evidence against Russia has mounted, here’s how Trump and his team have responded.

Why does Donald Trump continue to defend Russia and attack U.S. intelligence?
Can't take this seriously based on the bold, this is nothing but an op ed hit piece
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It is mind boggling how the right is still defending their fuhrer in light of all the corruption that is being exposed within his cabinet picks, his close ties with our enemy putin, his racist and bigoted inner circle, his deepening of the swamp of political corruption and overwhelming evidence that he wants to be king of America. Righties love to be ruled, they love to have others think for them, they are just weak minded, easily brain washed followers not capable of individual thought or reasoning.
This why you can't be taken seriously, do you, and Daws77, work for Obama's shadow government that is trying to subvert the will of the American people?
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Can't take this seriously based on the bold, this is nothing but an op ed hit piece
You have to get a better excuse for your denial of fact .
Then again your mental illness precludes any rational thought.
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This why you can't be taken seriously, do you, and Daws77, work for Obama's shadow government that is trying to subvert the will of the American people?
What's ironic is you really believe that, but then again you believe in a sky Faire.
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You have to get a better excuse for your denial of fact .
Then again your mental illness precludes any rational thought.
It's an opinion piece, sorry.
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What's ironic is you really believe that, but then again you believe in a sky Faire.
Do you have anything besides insults, because it really just shows you are not on my level.
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It's an opinion piece, sorry.
It's also fact.
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Old February 17th, 2017, 08:02 AM   #29
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It's also fact.
Nope, It is the opinion of the op ed
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Old February 17th, 2017, 08:03 AM   #30
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This why you can't be taken seriously, do you, and Daws77, work for Obama's shadow government that is trying to subvert the will of the American people?
I can't speak for Daws77 but I am busy getting prepared to defend myself against another Bowling Green Massacre. The Obama "shadow government" doesn't concern me but you might want to be very concerned, I have heard rumors he has over 30,000 teenage boys that have been trained in underground FEMA camps to kill right wing Christians and Veterans. Stay alert, keep your guns loaded, you never know when the OSA will attack.
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