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Posted: 03 October 2019 08:38 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 16 ]
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You don’t think she would run uf she thought she had a chance?  This Democratic field is a joke and I’m sure she and her people are looking at her possibilities closely. Biden is dribbling on himself, Bernie is having heart problems and Elizabeth Warren is the likely candidate which would almost assure a Trump reelection.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 02:20 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 17 ]
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Now Hillary is going after Tulsi Gabbard..She suggesting she’s a Russian Asset and will run third party..


https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2019/10/18/hillary-clinton-suggests-putin-has-kompromat-trump-russians-will-back-tulsi-gabbard-third-party-bid/


Hillary needs to take her out because she doesn’t want competition when she enters the race.

While I don’t agree with her politics, it appears the freeze is on Tulsi Gabbard.  The Dems are scared she’s going to gain power.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 02:30 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 18 ]
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Lonely round here isn’t it?

Maybe some of your intellectual equals over on SeC!SeC!SeC.com might be more interested in your musings?

Hillary is such a secret agent badass, amazing how many child porn rings and murders she had masterminded. Qanon said so.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 02:43 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 19 ]
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SoPinesHeel - 18 October 2019 02:30 PM

Lonely round here isn’t it?

Maybe some of your intellectual equals over on SeC!SeC!SeC.com might be more interested in your musings?

Hillary is such a secret agent badass, amazing how many child porn rings and murders she had masterminded. Qanon said so.


That’s not a comment..that’s a diversion.  Do you think Tulsi Gabbard is a Russiian operative as Hillary is suggesting?  Simple question.  If you say no, then why would Hillary make such a claim?

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Posted: 18 October 2019 03:43 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 20 ]
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What is so extreme about her claim? You don’t think the Russians have stuff on Trump? You can’t seriously believe they don’t. All he has done since becoming president is advocate for them. He wants them in the G7, he won’t say a bad word about Putin, he hands them classified info on Israel, he literally just ceded Northern Syria to them. They obviously wanted him elected and worked to do so. Why?

I’m not a Gabbard fan. Don’t know that she is or isn’t compromised but she is dead wrong on her thoughts on the Middle East. I know that.

Just leave and go home is an argument for children, that and Russian assets.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 05:24 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 21 ]
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SoPinesHeel - 18 October 2019 03:43 PM

What is so extreme about her claim? You don’t think the Russians have stuff on Trump? You can’t seriously believe they don’t. All he has done since becoming president is advocate for them. He wants them in the G7, he won’t say a bad word about Putin

Well…..except these times:
2019

Aug 2
Sanctions –  In response to Salisbury attack
The U.S. Department of State announced more sanctions against Russia over its use of a nerve agent in Salisbury in 2018. The sanctions fall under the Chemical and Biological Weapons Control and Warfare Elimination Act and mean the U.S. will oppose loans and assistance by international financial institutions, and restrictions on the export on Department of Commerce-controlled goods and technology.

May 16
Sanctions –  In response to human rights abuses
A Chechen group and 5 Russian individuals were sanctioned under the Magnitsky Act over allegations of human rights abuses, including extrajudicial killings and the torture of LGBT people.


May 1
Statement – On democracy in Venezuela
President Trump denounced Russia’s continued support for the Maduro regime in Venezuela.

Apr 24
Statement – In response to Russian assault on Ukraine’s sovereignty
The U.S. Department of State condemned Russia’s decision to grant expedited citizenship to residents of Russia-controlled eastern Ukraine.

Mar 15
Sanctions – In response to Russia’s continued aggression in Ukraine
6 Russian individuals and 8 entities were sanctioned for their involvement in attacks on Ukrainian naval vessels in the Kerch Strait, the annexation of Crimea, and backing of separatist government elections in eastern Ukraine. These actions complement sanctions also taken by the European Union and Canada on the same day.

Mar 14
Statement – In response to escalation of attacks against Idlib, Syria
The U.S. Department of State condemned Russian offensive operations against northern Hama and southern Idlib in Syria.

Mar 11
Sanctions – In response to dealings with Venezuela
The United States sanctioned Evrofinance Mosnarbank, a Moscow-based bank jointly owned by Russian and Venezuelan state-owned companies, for attempting to circumvent U.S. sanctions on Venezuela.

Mar 4
Notice – Continuation of national emergency with respect to Ukraine
President Trump announced the continuation for one year of the national emergency declared with respect to Ukraine.

Feb 27
Statement – On Russian occupation of Crimea
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued a statement condemning Russia’s illegal actions in Crimea and its continued aggression against Ukraine.

Feb 1
Statement – Withdrawing from the INF Treaty
The U.S. administration announced it would suspend its obligations under the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty because Russia was not complying with it.

Jan 29
Release – Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community
U.S. intelligence officials delivered their annual assessment of global threats to national security to Congress, identifying cooperation between China and Russia as their top concern.

2018
Dec 21
Statement – Increasing security assistance to Ukraine’s navy
The U.S. Department of State announced it would provide an additional $10 million in Foreign Military Financing to further build Ukraine’s naval capabilities in response to Russian attacks near the Kerch Strait.

Dec 19
Sanctions – In response to Russia’s continued disregard for international norms
18 Russian individuals were sanctioned for their involvement in a wide range of malign activities, including attempting to interfere in the 2016 U.S. election, efforts to undermine international organizations through cyber-enabled means, and the Skripal attack in the United Kingdom.

Dec 7
Statement – In response to Russian false allegations on chemical weapons use in Aleppo, Syria
The U.S. Department of State refuted Russia’s and the Assad regime’s false accusations that the opposition and extremist groups conducted a chlorine attack in northwestern Aleppo.

Dec 4
Statement – Withdrawing from the INF Treaty
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the U.S. would withdraw from the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty in 60 days if Russia did not return to compliance.

Nov 26
Statements – In response to dangerous escalation in the Kerch Strait
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley condemned Russia’s decision to intercept, fire on, and seize three Ukrainian navy vessels in the Black Sea.

Oct 19
Indictments – In response to attempted interference in U.S. political system
A Russian woman was charged for her alleged role in a conspiracy to interfere in the U.S. political system, including the 2018 midterm election.

Oct 4
Indictments – In response to malicious cyber-related activities
7 officers of the Russian military intelligence service (GRU) were charged for their involvement in hacking Olympic athletes, anti-doping organizations, and chemical weapons monitors.

Sep 20
Sanctions – In response to malicious activities
33 Russian individuals and entities were sanctioned for their role in U.S. election interference and their involvement in supporting military operations in Syria and Ukraine. A Chinese entity and its director were also sanctioned for purchasing jet fighters and missiles from Russia.

Sep 12
Executive Order – Imposing sanctions for election interference
President Trump signed an executive order imposing sanctions on any nation or individual who authorizes, directs, or sponsors meddling operations in U.S. elections. The order would allow for the freezing of assets and the limiting of foreign access to U.S. financial institutions, as well as a cutoff of U.S. investment in sanctioned companies.

 

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Posted: 18 October 2019 05:27 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 22 ]
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and these…

Sep 6
Statement – In response to Salisbury attack
The United States issued a joint statement with France, Germany, Canada, and the United Kingdom, reiterating its outrage at the use of a chemical nerve agent in Salisbury and expressing full confidence in the British assessment that the suspects were officers of the Russian military intelligence service (GRU).

Aug 21
Sanctions – In response to malicious cyber-related activities
2 Russian individuals, a Russian company, and a Slovakian company were sanctioned for helping another Russian company avoid sanctions over the country’s malicious cyber-related activities.

Aug 21
Testimony –  Assistant Secretary of State A. Wess Mitchell before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Aug 8
Sanctions – In response to Salisbury attack
The U.S. administration announced it would restrict remaining sources of foreign assistance and arms sales to Russia, and deny U.S. credit to Russia, including through the Export-Import Bank. Restrictions would also prohibit the export of security-sensitive goods and technology.

Jul 25
Testimony –  Secretary of State Mike Pompeo before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Jul 25
Declaration – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issues Crimea Declaration
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced a formal policy reaffirming the U.S. rejection of Russia’s annexation of Crimea. The announcement was released an hour before his scheduled testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Jul 16
Meeting –  Trump-Putin Summit in Helsinki, Finland
Jul 13
Indictments – In response to malicious cyber-related activities
12 Russian intelligence officers were sanctioned for their involvement in hacking the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton presidential campaign.

Jul 11-12
Meeting –  NATO Summit in Brussels, Belgium
Jun 11
Sanctions – In response to malicious cyber-related activities
5 Russian entities and 3 individuals – all closely linked to Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) – were sanctioned.

Apr 6
Sanctions – In response to worldwide malign activity
7 Russian oligarchs and the companies they own or control, 17 senior Russian government officials, and a state-owned Russian weapons trading company (and a bank it owns) were sanctioned for their roles in advancing Russia’s malign activities – including the continued occupation of Crimea, engaging in cyberattacks, and supporting Assad’s regime.

Mar 26
Expulsions – Russian intelligence officers in Washington and Seattle
48 Russian intelligence officers from the Russian embassy in Washington were expelled, and the Russian consulate in Seattle was ordered to close, in response to the Skripal poisoning in the United Kingdom.

Mar 25
Expulsions – Russian intelligence officers in New York
12 Russian intelligence officers from the Russian Mission to the United Nations in New York were expelled for actions deemed to be abuses of their privilege of residence.

Mar 15
Sanctions – In response to election meddling and cyberattacks
5 Russian entities and 19 individuals were sanctioned for conducting a series of cyberattacks and interfering in the 2016 U.S. elections.

Mar 15
Alert – In response to Russian government cyber activity
The Department of Homeland Security and FBI issued a joint Technical Alert on Russian government actions targeting U.S. government entities, as well as organizations in the energy, nuclear, commercial facilities, water, aviation, and critical manufacturing sectors.

Mar 15
Statement – In response to Salisbury attack
The United States issued a joint statement with France, Germany, and the United Kingdom strongly condemning the Salisbury nerve agent attack and suggesting Russia was responsible for it.

Mar 14
Statement – In response to Salisbury attack
The U.S. administration issued a statement expressing its solidarity to the United Kingdom over the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, and sharing its assessment that Russia was responsible for it.

Mar 4
Statement – In response to Russian and Syrian regime attacks on Eastern Gouta, Syria
The U.S. administration condemned the military offensive that the Assad regime, backed by Russia and Iran, had been conducting in Syria’s Eastern Ghouta region.

Mar 4
Poisoning –  Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, England
Feb 16
Indictments – In response to election meddling and cyberattacks
3 Russian entities and 13 individuals were indicted for conducting information operations to influence the 2016 U.S. elections.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 05:29 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 23 ]
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These

Sep 6
Statement – In response to Salisbury attack
The United States issued a joint statement with France, Germany, Canada, and the United Kingdom, reiterating its outrage at the use of a chemical nerve agent in Salisbury and expressing full confidence in the British assessment that the suspects were officers of the Russian military intelligence service (GRU).

Aug 21
Sanctions – In response to malicious cyber-related activities
2 Russian individuals, a Russian company, and a Slovakian company were sanctioned for helping another Russian company avoid sanctions over the country’s malicious cyber-related activities.

Aug 21
Testimony –  Assistant Secretary of State A. Wess Mitchell before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Aug 8
Sanctions – In response to Salisbury attack
The U.S. administration announced it would restrict remaining sources of foreign assistance and arms sales to Russia, and deny U.S. credit to Russia, including through the Export-Import Bank. Restrictions would also prohibit the export of security-sensitive goods and technology.

Jul 25
Testimony –  Secretary of State Mike Pompeo before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Jul 25
Declaration – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issues Crimea Declaration
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced a formal policy reaffirming the U.S. rejection of Russia’s annexation of Crimea. The announcement was released an hour before his scheduled testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Jul 16
Meeting –  Trump-Putin Summit in Helsinki, Finland
Jul 13
Indictments – In response to malicious cyber-related activities
12 Russian intelligence officers were sanctioned for their involvement in hacking the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton presidential campaign.

Jul 11-12
Meeting –  NATO Summit in Brussels, Belgium
Jun 11
Sanctions – In response to malicious cyber-related activities
5 Russian entities and 3 individuals – all closely linked to Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) – were sanctioned.

Apr 6
Sanctions – In response to worldwide malign activity
7 Russian oligarchs and the companies they own or control, 17 senior Russian government officials, and a state-owned Russian weapons trading company (and a bank it owns) were sanctioned for their roles in advancing Russia’s malign activities – including the continued occupation of Crimea, engaging in cyberattacks, and supporting Assad’s regime.

Mar 26
Expulsions – Russian intelligence officers in Washington and Seattle
48 Russian intelligence officers from the Russian embassy in Washington were expelled, and the Russian consulate in Seattle was ordered to close, in response to the Skripal poisoning in the United Kingdom.

Mar 25
Expulsions – Russian intelligence officers in New York
12 Russian intelligence officers from the Russian Mission to the United Nations in New York were expelled for actions deemed to be abuses of their privilege of residence.

Mar 15
Sanctions – In response to election meddling and cyberattacks
5 Russian entities and 19 individuals were sanctioned for conducting a series of cyberattacks and interfering in the 2016 U.S. elections.

Mar 15
Alert – In response to Russian government cyber activity
The Department of Homeland Security and FBI issued a joint Technical Alert on Russian government actions targeting U.S. government entities, as well as organizations in the energy, nuclear, commercial facilities, water, aviation, and critical manufacturing sectors.

Mar 15
Statement – In response to Salisbury attack
The United States issued a joint statement with France, Germany, and the United Kingdom strongly condemning the Salisbury nerve agent attack and suggesting Russia was responsible for it.

Mar 14
Statement – In response to Salisbury attack
The U.S. administration issued a statement expressing its solidarity to the United Kingdom over the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, and sharing its assessment that Russia was responsible for it.

Mar 4
Statement – In response to Russian and Syrian regime attacks on Eastern Gouta, Syria
The U.S. administration condemned the military offensive that the Assad regime, backed by Russia and Iran, had been conducting in Syria’s Eastern Ghouta region.

Mar 4
Poisoning –  Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, England
Feb 16
Indictments – In response to election meddling and cyberattacks
3 Russian entities and 13 individuals were indicted for conducting information operations to influence the 2016 U.S. elections.

Feb 15
Statement – In response to “NotPetya”
The U.S. administration condemned the Russian military for launching a destructive cyberattack in June 2017, also known as “NotPetya.”

Feb 13
Statement – Proposing sanctions on Latvian bank involved in illicit Russian-related activity
The Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network proposed a new rule to ban ABLV Bank AS, Latvia’s third-biggest bank, for its involvement in illicit Russia-related activity.

Feb 7
Military Action – In response to attack on U.S.-held base in Deir Ezzor, Syria
U.S. troops killed hundreds of Syrian forces backed by Russian mercenaries (as well as Russian private military contractors). The American bombing was launched in response to a surprise attack on a U.S.-held base in the oil-rich Deir Ezzor region in Syria.

Jan 29
Release – Russian ‘Oligarch list’
The Department of the Treasury released a list of the most significant senior foreign political figures and oligarchs in the Russian Federation that could potentially be at risk of sanctions (114 senior political figures close to Russian President Putin and 96 oligarchs with a net worth of $1 billion or more).

Jan 26
Sanctions – In response to Ukraine conflict
21 individuals and 9 entities were sanctioned in connection with the conflict in Ukraine and Russia’s occupation of Crimea.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 05:31 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 24 ]
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Oh, and these..

Jan 19
Release – National Defense Strategy
The Department of Defense released its National Defense Strategy, identifying Russia and China as strategic competitors to the United States.

2017
Dec 22
Announcement – Provision of lethal weapons to Ukraine
The U.S. administration approved a plan to provide Ukraine with enhanced defensive capabilities to help it fight off Russia-backed separatists.

Dec 20
Sanctions – Global Magnitsky Act
52 people and entities from Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and elsewhere were sanctioned for alleged human rights violations and corruption.

Dec 19
Export restrictions – In response to INF Treaty violation
The Department of Commerce announced new licensing and export restrictions on Russian companies Novator and Titan-Barrikady over production of a cruise missile prohibited by the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF).

Dec 18
Release – National Security Strategy
The White House released its National Security Strategy, identifying Russia and China as adversarial to the United States.


Oct 27
Release – Guidance on CAATSA Section 231(d)
The Department of State issued public guidance on the implementation of Section 231 of the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act of 2017 (CAATSA). The guidance specified 39 entities that the Department of State determined are part of – or are operating on behalf of – the Russian defense or intelligence sectors.

Sep 13
Ban – Government use of Kaspersky Labs software
The U.S. administration banned the use of Kaspersky Labs software on government computers due to Kaspersky’s ties to Russian intelligence services.

Aug 2
Legislation – President Trump signs Russia sanctions bill into law (CAATSA)
President Trump signed into law the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions act (CAATSA), enacting new sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea.

Jul 7-8
Meeting –  G-20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany
May 26-27
Meeting –  G-7 Summit in Sicily, Italy
May 24-25
Meeting –  NATO Summit in Brussels, Belgium
Mar 15
Indictments – In response to 2014 Yahoo hack
Three Russian individuals were charged for the 2014 Yahoo hack, including two officers of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB).

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Posted: 18 October 2019 05:48 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 25 ]
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Oh look. The freeloader comes running to the rescue with some cut and pastes.

Read a little deeper. Guess who has suspended the sanctions they claim to put in place. I’ll give you one try. Nice attempt though. Wrong as usual.

So where exactly did all the cash come from to build golf courses as the bottom of the recession when no American banks would lend money?

Yeah? Figured not.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 06:03 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 26 ]
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What is so extreme about her claim?

Unbelievable in your defense of Hillary…She is accusing a sitting member of congress who is also a 16 year veteran that is still in the Guard serving of being a Russian asset with NOTHING to back that up.  This is wrong and you should be ashamed of yourself for defensing this slander. 

Since you can’t seem to come up with a “why” to Hillary’s accusation’s I will play the same game she is do and accuse Hillary’s of being afraid the lady is going to get stronger and feels the need to take her out.

You really take the cake….

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Posted: 18 October 2019 06:17 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 27 ]
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Bahahahahahaha…get the fuck out of here with your fake outrage BS. Your boy does this daily and you say nothing but now you are offended? He attacks veterans, slanders law enforcement, attempts to discredit the dead and from you??? He floats unfounded conspiracy theories as conditions of foreign aid and from you???? Silence.

We already know the other dipshit on here never did any thing but you? I used to give you credit.
You were warned years ago you were selling your soul and here you are trying to act all moral and upstanding and act offended about unfounded allegations? I say again what did she say that was so outrageous? Don’t want to be called a Russian asset? Don’t advocate for things that are not in your country’s interest but are in the interest of your enemy. This isnt the first time folks have wondered what the hell she was doing. She went and defended Assad for fucks sake…Kind of like running from Syria right now and abandoning your only true ally in the region. Still yet to see your post on that.

Take your disingenuous outrage about attacking a member of congress and a veteran and blow it out your ass. You openly support it and vote for it.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 06:19 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 28 ]
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Oh look. The freeloader comes running to the rescue with some cut and pastes.

Read a little deeper. Guess who has suspended the sanctions they claim to put in place. I’ll give you one try. Nice attempt though. Wrong as usual.

So where exactly did all the cash come from to build golf courses as the bottom of the recession when no American banks would lend money?

Yeah? Figured not.

Interesting that you know all this, but Mueller and his team of investigators with a wide open budget and info obtained with a FISA warrant found zero. Is he now a Russian too? It would look better for you to admit you were wrong, if only someone had said we should wait for the evidence.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 06:23 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 29 ]
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SoPinesHeel - 18 October 2019 06:17 PM

Bahahahahahaha…get the fuck out of here with your fake outrage BS. Your boy does this daily and you say nothing but now you are offended? He attacks veterans, slanders law enforcement, attempts to discredit the dead and from you??? He floats unfounded conspiracy theories as conditions of foreign aid and from you???? Silence.

We already know the other dipshit on here never did any thing but you? I used to give you credit.
You were warned years ago you were selling your soul and here you are trying to act all moral and upstanding and act offended about unfounded allegations? I say again what did she say that was so outrageous? Don’t want to be called a Russian asset? Don’t advocate for things that are not in your country’s interest but are in the interest of your enemy. This isnt the first time folks have wondered what the hell she was doing. She went and defended Assad for fucks sake…Kind of like running from Syria right now and abandoning your only true ally in the region. Still yet to see your post on that.

Take your disingenuous outrage about attacking a member of congress and a veteran and blow it out your ass. You openly support it and vote for it.

Another dodge…Hillary would be pleased..

You’ve called Hillary brilliant in the past and and you have never taken any stand against anything she’s ever done and I serve you a grapefruit on the Gabbard issue and you missed it completely and shat all over yourself.

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Posted: 18 October 2019 06:30 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 30 ]
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Ummmm…Don Jr disagrees with you, freeloader. But what would he know…

https://www.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-jr-said-money-pouring-in-from-russia-2018-2

So apparently does Eric:
https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/05/eric-trump-russia-investment-golf-course

Wrong again on Mueller but nice attempt at lying: 22 instances of Russian contact between our enemy and the campaign. Try reading the report instead of the Fox News…sorry, Bill Barr summary.

It would look better if you would just quit coming here and letting me embarrass you but that would mean you would have to actually be on the side of your country and not a cult of personality. We know based on your past actions that standing up for your country is not your strong suit.

Good read…not that you will do it. The whole website is well done but that is probably too much for you to grasp. Ill stick to one section

https://themoscowproject.org/collusion-chapter/chapter-3/

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