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Old November 4th, 2017, 10:23 AM   #31
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How in the fuck could you eat Navy bean soup without cornbread?
Did they have sweet Vidalia onions to go with the soup & cornbread?
That's the proper way to eat it.
I can eat cornbread with almost anything.
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Old November 4th, 2017, 01:21 PM   #32
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He should state concerns about the involvement of Mueller in the uramium one deal and because of it jump back in. If not he needs to resign.
So what about the people like Manafort, Kushner and the Trumps, who committed crimes, do you want to see them prosecuted?
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Old November 4th, 2017, 02:08 PM   #33
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So what about the people like Manafort, Kushner and the Trumps, who committed crimes, do you want to see them prosecuted?
You mean Manafort. If he has commited bank fraud and or tax evasion then yes. The rest of what your saying is bull shit.
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Old November 4th, 2017, 03:34 PM   #34
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You mean Manafort. If he has commited bank fraud and or tax evasion then yes. The rest of what your saying is bull shit.
Yeah goober, WTF are you talking about? Until the day that lying on the exhale and the inhale are against the law, Kushner and Trump are good.
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Old November 4th, 2017, 07:34 PM   #35
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You mean Manafort. If he has commited bank fraud and or tax evasion then yes. The rest of what your saying is bull shit.
I'm watching process unfold.
A couple of weeks ago, you said there was absolutely nothing.
Now we have indictments and even a guilty plea.

And the indictments are slam dunks, they're for stuff that Manafort did, that's easily proven. That's the first part of the process, get some time on the weak links, and they deliver the next round.

We already have Manafort and Jr. in a room with 8 Russians.
We already have the Russians buying political ads.
What do you think really happened?
What do you think Manafort will do to avoid prison time?
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Old November 4th, 2017, 10:41 PM   #36
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I'm watching process unfold.
A couple of weeks ago, you said there was absolutely nothing.
Now we have indictments and even a guilty plea.

And the indictments are slam dunks, they're for stuff that Manafort did, that's easily proven. That's the first part of the process, get some time on the weak links, and they deliver the next round.

We already have Manafort and Jr. in a room with 8 Russians.
We already have the Russians buying political ads.
What do you think really happened?
What do you think Manafort will do to avoid prison time?
I never said anything about manaforts innocence. Tou are making stuff up now.
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Old November 4th, 2017, 10:59 PM   #37
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And the indictments are slam dunks, they're for stuff that Manafort did, that's easily proven.

Except Mueller has a unique take in claiming that Manafort's earnings are illegal solely because he didn't follow FARA. Yet Manafort brought large sums into the USA, hardly the norm for "money laundering". What Manafort earned representing foreign nations was legally earned, and claiming that because he did not follow FARA changes that will not survive close scrutiny, even should a jury convict.


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We already have Manafort and Jr. in a room with 8 Russians.

Nothing illegal about that. We do know that Hillary and the DNC bought and paid for the dossier straight from Russian intelligence sources collated by a Brit. Talk about interfering in our election by foreigners.


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We already have the Russians buying political ads.

LOL Facebook told Congress it amounted to 0.004% of the newsfeed.

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Facebook executive Colin Stretch told the US Senate Judiciary Committee that the total number of those illegitimate ads are a drop in the ocean — less than 0.004 percent of all content — or about 1 in 23,000 news feed items.

There goes that narrative.

Facebook’s VP:

-Russian Facebook ads comprised only .004% of total content.
-90% of the ads didn’t even target either candidate.
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— Ryan Saavedra ���� (@RealSaavedra) November 1, 2017

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/11/...4-of-newsfeed/

Further, many of these ads were either never seen, or ran after the election. Yeah, Hillary spent $1.3 billion and a few tens-of-thousands spent by Russia swayed the election, and most were never seen or seen post election.

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The Gateway Pundit further reports that on Wednesday afternoon, the House Intelligence Committee released a sampling of Facebook ads linked to Russia. One of the ads released was a sponsored post for the Nov. 12 anti-Trump march at Union Square against Trump in New York City after the election.

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What do you think really happened?

Hillary rigged the Dims primaries, and then bought and paid for Russian intelligence information in an attempt to rig the general election. She and the Dims used the dossier repeatedly during the campaign, and since.

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Old November 5th, 2017, 05:59 AM   #38
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I see that Trump's willful base is still unconcerned about the Russia investigation, even with 2 indictments, a guilty plea and probably more on the way--considering the wording of the Manafort indictment. Of course, like Trump, they KNOW MORE than all the prosecutors even though Mueller’s Dream Team of lawyers hail from the Ivy League and top law firms like Wilmer Hale, and many are former federal prosecutors, Supreme Court clerks and Justice Department veterans. They aren’t snowflakes — they’re the iceberg on the horizon of Trump’s Titanic. Over the next six months, their investigation will continue to gobble up the time and attention of staff and family members who, as close observers have pointed out, remain willfully ignorant of their own ignorance. Instead of turning campaign pledges into policy, these Trump loyalists will spend more and more of their time controlling the damage. And they will struggle with even that because they are not the best and the brightest.
AND the dreamers think.......If only Trump could take over the justice system.

Donald Trump Voters Ignore Mueller Indictment
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Further, many of these ads were either never seen, or ran after the election. Yeah, Hillary spent $1.3 billion and a few tens-of-thousands spent by Russia swayed the election, and most were never seen or seen post election.







Hillary rigged the Dims primaries, and then bought and paid for Russian intelligence information in an attempt to rig the general election. She and the Dims used the dossier repeatedly during the campaign, and since.
Hillary is very richest of two candidate.
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Old November 15th, 2017, 03:32 AM   #40
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There will not be new president Before next election of 2020 and 2021 in office maybe are Warren vs Trump or Sanders vs Sasse if one republican in new Campaign challenge Trump and he won also and got it tough against Sanders if not Sanders lose with his ages high he win next election against new republican how I want are Sasse. Sasse or Warren I want election 2020 !!!
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