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PostPosted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 9:16 pm
 


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The Mueller probe ("Russian Collusion") is unraveling ever since the revelation that the FISA warrant to spy on Carter Page and therefore also spy on the Trump campaign was entirely predicated by the phony dossier that the Hillary Clinton campaign paid for.

Worse is that Rosenstein renewed the FISA warrant even after he knew the dossier was bullshit.

Time to pay the piper.



It was not “entirely predicated” on the Steele dossier nor is ithere anything wrong with referring to that dossier as one if its sources.

Also Carter Page who admitted to being a consultant to the Kremlin and had been in intelligence radar fo years had already left the Trump campaign at the time of the FISA warrant. As Bart has been told before but refuses to acknowledge. All of this is just more Republican lies.


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BeaverFever BeaverFever:
BartSimpson BartSimpson:
The Mueller probe ("Russian Collusion") is unraveling ever since the revelation that the FISA warrant to spy on Carter Page and therefore also spy on the Trump campaign was entirely predicated by the phony dossier that the Hillary Clinton campaign paid for.

Worse is that Rosenstein renewed the FISA warrant even after he knew the dossier was bullshit.

Time to pay the piper.



It was not “entirely predicated” on the Steele dossier nor is ithere anything wrong with referring to that dossier as one if its sources.

Also Carter Page who admitted to being a consultant to the Kremlin and had been in intelligence radar fo years had already left the Trump campaign at the time of the FISA warrant. As Bart has been told before but refuses to acknowledge. All of this is just more Republican lies.


Wrong - it was 'entirely predicated' on the Steele Dossier - Clinton Campaign paid Fusion - Fusion paid Steele who hasn't been to Russia in at least 20 years - Steele paid various Russian sources who relied upon assorted and entirely unverified Russian sources for the nonsense in his Dossier. The entire Dossier is 'unverified', 'no sources', and 'complete hearsay'.

For this, America must now await a Special Counsel investigative report entirely built upon - HEARSAY


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 6:09 am
 


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And nothing will happen.
Yup.
This is more kabuki theater to keep O'Billary's cock-suckers foaming at the mouth while the Trumptards are distracted with the continued illusion of winning.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 9:00 am
 


Coach85 Coach85:
And nothing will happen.

Why did you waste time posting that? [huh]


News is news.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 10:40 am
 


And the gong show is over for now:

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/07 ... tives.html


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 11:19 am
 


Paul Ryan and his gang are a problem.

However...

The Prog-Comms and their pets - they have fearing a Trump apocalypse that never seems to come - will not like this:

$1:
Jim Jordan will run for speaker, creating opportunity for conservatives

Jordan made the announcement official in a letter sent to his colleagues.

EXCLUSIVE: Freedom Caucus leader @Jim_Jordan sends “Dear Colleague” letter telling members he plans to run for Speaker of the House in November pic.twitter.com/gA0W3o5OwJ

— Scott Wong (@scottwongDC) July 26, 2018

Praising President Trump’s record on the economy and citing his pledge to “drain the Swamp,” Jordan tells his colleagues many Americans “believe that our congressional majorities have let them down.”

“Beyond tax relief and regulatory reform, the American people want us to follow through with our promises,” he writes.

Making his case, Jordan revisits the government shutdown fight from last January, in which Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., “shut down the government because he wanted amnesty for illegal immigrants.” Jordan argues that Republicans “forfeited” by reopening the government without having a debate on leveraging Schumer’s radical position to cut spending before reopening the government.

“If we couldn’t harness the discipline to do the right thing on non-defense discretionary spending, how will we ever find the courage to do the right thing on fixing Medicare, Social Security, and other entitlements?” Jordan asks his colleagues.

Jordan says that if Congress were to keep promises to repeal Obamacare, pass welfare reform with work requirements, build Trump’s border wall, make the Trump tax cuts permanent, defund Planned Parenthood, and enact “meaningful, immediate spending cuts” to end “$1 trillion deficits,” voters “would be inspired to give us a chance to run [Congress] again.”


https://www.conservativereview.com/news ... ervatives/

Doubt he'll win but it would be entertaining if he did. The screams and threats and vandalism from the SJW favoring side would reach a new pitch.

Conservatives though, would sneak off to enjoy another private smirk and giggle. "Too much winning. :lol: "


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If by winning, you mean electing a speaker of the house who is an enabler if sexual abuse, then win away.

But remember the GOP doesn’t get to call itself the party of family values anymore.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 11:36 am
 


Thanos Thanos:


For now. But I expect Ryan to get voted out as Speaker and the drama with the impeachment, well, if it doesn't make Rosenstein more cooperative with Congress then it opens the door for him to get fired by Trump.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 11:40 am
 


Ryan's quitting anyway so he can piss the extremists off and not care about it.


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xerxes xerxes:
If by winning, you mean electing a speaker of the house who is an enabler if sexual abuse, then win away.


Except that didn't happen. Just more Mad Maxine/Gloria Alred style pushing of made-up gossip as fact.


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xerxes xerxes:
I’m sorry, but Devin Nunez has proven time and again that he is Trump’s rent boy. Same with Paul Ryan et al.


Actually, Ryan is against this course of action because it may derail Bret Cavanaugh's confirmation and other aspects of the GOP agenda:

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/26/politics ... index.html

$1:
House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday he does not support House conservatives' efforts to impeach Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who is overseeing the special counsel Russia investigation, dismissing it as "not the right way to go."

"Do I support impeachment of Rod Rosenstein? No, I do not," Ryan, a Republican from Wisconsin, told reporters on Capitol Hill Thursday.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 4:15 pm
 


xerxes xerxes:
If by winning, you mean electing a speaker of the house who is an enabler if sexual abuse, then win away.

But remember the GOP doesn’t get to call itself the party of family values anymore.



And of course you have verifiable proof/evidence you can present to the Court of Public Opinion that Jordan enabled sexual abuse, yeah?

Family values from the left aka Liberals, Democrats, Progholes et Milleys - you must be kidding assuming natch you are suggesting youse have them while telling us, the GOP(republicans, conservatives, proper people) do not - do I have that right?


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 4:35 pm
 


karra karra:
BeaverFever BeaverFever:
BartSimpson BartSimpson:
The Mueller probe ("Russian Collusion") is unraveling ever since the revelation that the FISA warrant to spy on Carter Page and therefore also spy on the Trump campaign was entirely predicated by the phony dossier that the Hillary Clinton campaign paid for.

Worse is that Rosenstein renewed the FISA warrant even after he knew the dossier was bullshit.

Time to pay the piper.



It was not “entirely predicated” on the Steele dossier nor is ithere anything wrong with referring to that dossier as one if its sources.

Also Carter Page who admitted to being a consultant to the Kremlin and had been in intelligence radar fo years had already left the Trump campaign at the time of the FISA warrant. As Bart has been told before but refuses to acknowledge. All of this is just more Republican lies.


Wrong - it was 'entirely predicated' on the Steele Dossier - Clinton Campaign paid Fusion - Fusion paid Steele who hasn't been to Russia in at least 20 years - Steele paid various Russian sources who relied upon assorted and entirely unverified Russian sources for the nonsense in his Dossier. The entire Dossier is 'unverified', 'no sources', and 'complete hearsay'.

For this, America must now await a Special Counsel investigative report entirely built upon - HEARSAY


No, you’re wrong. It’s a fact that the FISA warrant is predicated on a number of sources all identified in the application and the Steele dossier is only one source. It’s also a fact that Fusion was first hired by conservative and then Clinton came on later. The court that approved the FISA application was well aware that the dossier was politically motivated and funded, which doesn’t make it untrue, and that some claims could not be independently verified.

Isay again: Carter Page has been on counterintelligence radar for years and by his own admission was a Kremlin consultant.


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Wow, I am totally surprised you believe what you wrote - in spite of and despite as well, all the evidence to the contrary. At this point I'm assuming you have read and viewed. So, I must admit I'm totally dumbstruck.

But, here's what you either don't know or refuse to acknowledge;

The FISA warrant was entirely predicated upon the fake/false Dossier (Steele) as I said above - there was no other evidence, only the Dossier - the FBI including Rod Redactenstein all signed off as 'having verified the validity of the Dossier' - RR subsequently testified he did no such thing - but, holy crap!! there's his signature.

If it comes out in some kind of evidence that the Court was complicit in this incredible set-up of an innocent American - that's the end of Judge(s) and the Court itself - many people will be spending their remaining days in GITMO, if they're lucky and I hope they aren't.

So, stop contradicting yourself - and btw, say what you like about Carter Page - but if you're going to say that, you should provide the evidence you must be withholding...


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karra karra:
Wow, I am totally surprised you believe what you wrote - in spite of and despite as well, all the evidence to the contrary. At this point I'm assuming you have read and viewed. So, I must admit I'm totally dumbstruck.

But, here's what you either don't know or refuse to acknowledge;

The FISA warrant was entirely predicated upon the fake/false Dossier (Steele) as I said above - there was no other evidence, only the Dossier - the FBI including Rod Redactenstein all signed off as 'having verified the validity of the Dossier' - RR subsequently testified he did no such thing - but, holy crap!! there's his signature.

If it comes out in some kind of evidence that the Court was complicit in this incredible set-up of an innocent American - that's the end of Judge(s) and the Court itself - many people will be spending their remaining days in GITMO, if they're lucky and I hope they aren't.

So, stop contradicting yourself - and btw, say what you like about Carter Page - but if you're going to say that, you should provide the evidence you must be withholding...


You must only get your news from the likes of Breitbart and Fox. I repeat:

1) the FISA warrant for Carter Page was not entirely predicated on the Steele dossier. Where’s your evidence that it was? The application clearly states he’s been a person of interest to YS intelligence since 2013.

2) Carter Page had already left the Trump Organization at the time of wareant so it doesn’t even make sense thst this is an operation against Trump.

3) Signing the document and verifying evey allegation in the Steele dossier sre two separate things. It’s easy for Republicans to find conspiracies when they don’t even understand the subject they’re talking about. The whole point of a warrant is to gather and verify information , if they could already verify the info they would be seeking a warrant for arrest not surveillance

4) As the FISA warrant states clearly investigators began looking at Trump-Russia ties two years ago, not because of Mr. Page or the dossier but because of George Papadopoulos, another dumbfuck Trump campaign staffer who has already pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI and who told a high-ranking Australian diplomat in London that the Russians had "political dirt" on Hillary. The Aussied tipped off the US government.

5) The judges who approved the warrant and RENEWED IT THREE TIMES were all REPUBLICANS

But here’s an update for you (added emphasis mine)

$1:
Top Republicans tamp down renegades who want to impeach Rod Rosenstein

Reuters

Paul Ryan, Jeff Sessions say the impeachment drive should be a non-starter

16 Minutes Ago

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday rejected a move by fellow Republicans to impeach Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the No. 2 Justice Department official, who oversees the federal probe of Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election.

"Do I support impeachment of Rod Rosenstein? No, I do not," said Ryan, whose stance could make it easier for other Republican members to oppose the measure.

....As well, even if the gambit were to succeed in the House, it would require a two-thirds majority in the Senate, where the Republicans hold only a slim edge in seats

Asked about the impeachment push, White House spokesperson Hogan Gidley told reporters flying aboard Air Force One with Trump to Washington from St. Louis: "The president has been clear he wants [the Justice Department] to be transparent and co-operate with Congress."

Wants to be House Speaker

Earlier, Rosenstein's boss, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, expressed confidence in the career civil servant and took a swipe at the lawmakers pushing for his ouster.

"My deputy, Rod Rosenstein, is highly capable. I have the highest confidence in him," Sessions said during an appearance in Boston.

"What I would like Congress to do is to focus on some of the legal challenges that are out there," including illegal immigration, the attorney general added....


https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.4762790


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