​The Deep State: Preserving Their Norms & Institutions

It gets worse every day. Let’s start with comments by David Nunes - the much maligned Chairman of the U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence - regarding what seems to be his (and Trey Gowdy’s) narrow avoidance of what may very well have been a trap set for them late last week. Here’s what he saId to the Washington Times as reported by Bradford Richardson:

They were trying to get Mr. Gowdy and I to go on Friday to the Department of Justice for supposedly another briefing. We said, 'Look, unless we're going to get documents.' We found out Thursday night they were not going to provide documents, so therefore we're not going to go. Now, if you look what happened on Friday night, probably the mother of all leaks of all time to two major newspapers that came out late Friday night. Now had Mr. Gowdy and I went to that meeting, you can bet they would have tried to pin that on us.

And the opposition - whether Democratic Representatives like Nunes committee rival Adam Schiff or others instead in the media - are glad to imply that it's Republicans and especially Trump supporters who are doing the leaking when in fact it's the FBI and the DOJ through the NYTimes and the Washington Post.

And these are very similar to entrapment tactics that may very well have been used by all sorts of actors; from Stefan Halper to Natalia Veselnitskaya, who lured Trump campaign players - whether key players like Jared Kushner or bit players like Papadopoulos - into what they hoped would be compromising situations, ones which have since been portrayed as evidence of a willingness to collude - a new category of supposed crimes invented for the purposes of discrediting President Trump and perhaps impeaching him.

But as Trump's White House is pushing back, especially against Deputy AG Rosenstein's stone walling, more evidence is coming out. Consider the leaks of what seem to be text messages or emails between key players in the FBI and DOJ that throw an even more disturbing light on the early January 2017 meeting between Trump and Comey, a meeting which is now the basis for any obstruction of justice charges that Mueller's probe may attempt to bring.

In an email to senior FBI officials (likely McCabe as well as others) this is what FBI Director Jim Comey apparently wrote hours or minutes after that meeting with President-elect Trump:

I said there was something that Clapper wanted me to speak to PE [President Elect] about alone or in a very small group. I then executed the session exactly as I had planned, ... I said media like CNN had them and were looking for a news hook.
"them" clearly refers to the Steele Dossier. That was on January 7, 2017. The next day on the 8th, McCabe wrote to senior FBI officials the following:

CNN is close to going forward with the sensitive story . ... The trigger for them [CNN] is they know the material was discussed in the brief and presented in an attachment.
About thirty minutes later, McCabe then emailed then-Deputy AG Sally Yates and then-Principal Deputy AG Matthew Axelrod the following:

Just an FYI, and as expected, it seems CNN is close to running a story about the sensitive reporting.

Two days later, CNN ran their story on the existence of the Steele Dossier and then right after that Buzzfeed published it before Trump had even been inaugurated.

Overall, the FBI and the DOJ seem to have worked closely together to investigate Trump's campaign perhaps from as early as March 2016, perhaps even earlier. According to Byron York, writing at the Washington Examiner, Comey and McCabe briefed Loretta Lynch on a list of foreign policy advisors that Trump had revealed to the Washington Post in an interview in late March 2016. That's the FBI Director and his deputy briefing their boss at the DOJ, the Attorney General, on a list of possible foreign policy advisors of the Trump campaign just as the possibility of Trump winning the nomination had increased exponentially. Why the need for such a briefing?

We may still just be seeing the tip of the iceberg. The real collusion seems to be between the Cinton campaign, the Obama White House, the DOJ, the FBI and perhaps the heads of intel agencies, especially John Brennan, whose recent apolyptical rantings against Trump are something that ex-DIA Michael Hayden seemed to remain silent on in his snarky and arrogant interview with Real Clear Politics' Carl Cannon. Here is a brief excerpt:

HAYDEN: Yeah. So there's a lot going on there. What you've got, and I get the deep state meme. My response is, "Oh, you mean the career professionals governed by the rule of law. Those people." So you do have things going on. You have a president who has gone in. I get the democracy reality here. We know how to count. We know how the electoral college works. Elections matter and therefore I say literally in the book, we have to accommodate all presidents. Now, we may have to do more accommodating here because this president is making far more dramatic changes in our direction. I get all that. So I tell folks in government, do your best. Make him succeed. Accommodate. We always do that. But you can only go so far.

HAYDEN: Number one, you've got a personal integrity question that you have to deal with. But beyond that, it's preserving the institutions. It is preserving the norms which are generally agreed should govern the institution.
Yes it is indeed about preserving the norms and institutions of the intel community. Against any President or anyone else who dares challenge their assumptions on how America and the World should be managed. Those norms - beyond the criminal behavior of specific officials - is what will have to change for America to avoid facing this crisis ever again.

Posted by Keeley at May 22, 2018 8:30 PM
Comments
Comment #427217

Garbage. The FBI investigates criminal activity, and the intelligence agencies investigated what foreign agents were doing. Why are you even writing this conspiracy theory garbage here? The FBI did it’s best to keep Dumpty’s secrets from the Treason Tower meetings, and helped him get elected. He’s mad at them because he knows they’re responsible for his election.

The information you assert on the “Steele Dossier” timeline is incorrect, and the intelligence community had the reports from seven other countries’ intelligence agencies, which you would know if you bothered to read or respond to anything here instead of just taking a dump here once a week, besides never deleting the commercial spam.

Posted by: Ohrealy at May 22, 2018 9:14 PM
Comment #427260

Complete baloney.

Anytime the phrase ‘deep state’ appears it is a sure thing the alt-reich is popping up. The idea behind the deep state is that Democrats and Republicans cannot be loyal to a branch of government or the mission of the department. They cannot fulfill their constitutional oath because it is not enough to be loyal to the Executive Branch, or the office. They must be loyal to Donald Trump. No matter what. Anyone not putting loyalty to him above all else is subject to a purge. The idea is to get rid of all Democrats and many Republicans, until at last, we have a one party government consisting solely of Trump supporters. We are already a long way towards that in both the DOJ & FBI, where the top echelons have already been purged.

The FBI & DOJ took an early counterintelligence interest in Trump’s foreign policy advisors because one was Carter Page, a suspected Russian spy. Another was Papadopolous, who bragged to an Australian diplomat in May 2016 about Russian dirt on HRC e-mails. Trump’s repeated refusals to criticize Putin in any way didn’t help. He acted like he had been compromised, and continues to do so to this day.

Posted by: phx8 at May 23, 2018 3:24 PM
Comment #427261

By the way, yesterday the banks announced their most profitable quarter ever. At the same time, the GOP House repealed parts of Dodd-Frank, because, gosh darn it, regulations are making it difficult! The CEO bonuses aren’t fat enough. Rich people have it tough. Poor people get all the breaks.

Oh, and Harley Davidson closed a KC plant a few days and laid off a bunch of people. They just announced a dividend increase and a $696 million stock buyback. Hurray for tax cuts!

See, I can be really positive. This is great news for rich people. Why can’t you conservatives just be happy for them, and ONLY them? C’mon! Get with the program!

Posted by: phx8 at May 23, 2018 3:30 PM
Comment #427267

Many thanks for your assessment Keeley. The “deep-state” exists and we are beginning to hear the howling from those high officials who are getting a paw caught in a truth trap.

This is just the beginning of the unraveling of a national disgrace that is monumental in its scope, the numbers of officials involved, and the total disregard for law and ethical behavior.

These bad actors didn’t fear being revealed as they were certain that Hillary would win; and the Obama coverup would continue.

Their miscalculation will undoubtedly lead to prison for some of them.

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 23, 2018 6:39 PM
Comment #427269

It’s amazing that phx8 thinks the deep state metastasized in the last year and a half. I also heard that Democratics are starting to say they are going to “drain the swamp”.

http://dailycaller.com/2018/05/22/democrats-drain-the-swamp-thedc-today/

Their platform is called “A Better Deal for Our Democracy,” !!!

Somebody needs to tell Democratics it’s a republic!!! It’s not a democracy!!! But then again they call themselves the Democratic party when it’s actually full of socialists, so I can understand their confusion. They have an identity crisis going on along with their other mental problems.

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 23, 2018 8:40 PM
Comment #427272

I’m getting gateway timeout errors when I post. The comment gets posted, but the error comes up every time.

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 23, 2018 8:49 PM
Comment #427275
He acted like he had been compromised, and continues to do so to this day. Posted by: phx8 at May 23, 2018 3:24 PM

Even wax museum figurine Trey Gowdy said he should stop acting like he’s guilty all the time, but he can’t help it, because he is guilty. He knows it, we know it, and he knows we know it. The conspiracy theories he spins are just for “the poorly educated”, “gullible deplorables” or “gente ignorante”. The right wingers who hated him before haven’t changed their opinion, they’re just stuck with him until they muster up enough courage to get rid of him, or maybe putain has kompromat on all of them. Cruz is a particularly intersting case because of his involvement with Cambridge Analytica and the Mercers.

Kushner was interviewed for six hours by the special counsel’s office, so Dumpty has probably soiled himself. Apparently, the first thing they ask them is about their conversations with the president.

Posted by: Ohrealy at May 23, 2018 10:25 PM
Comment #427276

https://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2017/01/bbcs-paul-wood-there-are-four-sources-possible-trump-russia-blackmail/

I used an intermediary to pass some questions to active duty CIA officers dealing with the case file — they would not speak to me directly. I got a message back that there was “more than one tape”, “audio and video”, on “more than one date”, in “more than one place” — in the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow and also in St Petersburg — and that the material was “of a sexual nature”. The claims of Russian kompromat on Mr Trump were “credible”, the CIA believed.

http://www.businessinsider.com/michael-cohen-ukraine-payments-trump-access-2018-5

A high-ranking Ukrainian intelligence officer told the BBC that, before Poroshenko’s White House visit, Cohen was brought in because the country’s lobbyists couldn’t secure a substantive Oval Office meeting with Trump. One source told the BBC that Cohen was paid $400,000, while another said he was paid $600,000.
Posted by: Ohrealy at May 23, 2018 10:48 PM
Comment #427277

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/29/us/politics/document-Reid-Letter-to-Comey.html

In my communications with you and other top officials in the national security community, it has become clear that you possess explosive information about close ties and coordination between Donald Trump, his top advisors, and the Russian government — a foreign interest openly hostile to the United States, which Trump praises at every opportunity. The public has a right to know this information. I wrote to you months ago calling for this information to be released to the public. There is no danger to American interests from releasing it. And yet, you continue to resist calls to inform the public of this critical information.
Posted by: Ohrealy at May 23, 2018 11:17 PM
Comment #427291

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Posted by: pogo supports at May 24, 2018 5:37 AM
Comment #427299

Was there any discussions of the ‘Deep State’ before the Trump era? Why didn’t the Deep State go after GW Bush? Did Obama start it? There’s been zero leaked e-mails or conversations about the forming of this deep state strategy? Zero leaks? Nobody knew Trump would win - why didn’t the FBI target any other Republican candidates?

Posted by: Schwamp at May 24, 2018 7:45 AM
Comment #427303

People have been talking about the Democratic control of the federal bureaucracy for years. It’s been decades in the making. People have been complaining about the size of the federal government for all of those decades. It’s just got a new name now. Deep State. It’s really called Bureaucracy.

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 24, 2018 10:09 AM
Comment #427304

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/05/progressives_on_the_brink.html

The present-day atmosphere of political division does not excuse criminal behavior on the part of members of either party. Yet the Democratic Party has been radicalized to the extent that illegal behavior now seems to be an everyday reality.
Posted by: Weary Willie at May 24, 2018 10:23 AM
Comment #427309

Papadopolous will be sentenced soon. We’ll see if he gets more or less or the same time as van der Zwaan, and if either of them are re-arrested later.

Manafort’s trial is scheduled for September. One of his attorneys will be a prosecution witness. The judge said:

“When a person uses the attorney-client relationship to further a criminal scheme, the law is well established that a claim of attorney-client or work-product privilege must yield to the grand jury’s investigatory needs.”

Expect new fictions or conspiracy theories to come out of the Nunes-Gowdy-Dumpty meeting. Their original purpose was apparently to try to get Rosenstein to resign, but he didn’t.

The world’s fattest spy, Stef Halper:

in 2011
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00qIX6ehmgk
(6 minutes in)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ljks9Mat_M
(4 minutes into a very long video)

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Posted by: Ohrealy at May 24, 2018 12:46 PM
Comment #427310

The date of the first vid is 2004 not 2011.

Posted by: Ohrealy at May 24, 2018 1:11 PM
Comment #427311

ohrealy,
Finished “Russian Roulette” last night. Good read, fast read, does a good job of tying together all of the Trump/Russia contacts over the past five or six years.

Most of the material I had seen at one point or another. I didn’t know Manafort and Roger Stone shared a history that went way back.

Maybe the most interesting part was the deliberations within the Obama campaign in the last months of the 2016 campaign. Obama decided the integrity and confidence of Americans in the election was more important than publicizing the Russian interference. Obama wanted a smooth, peaceful transition. Maybe he was right. Personally I think he was wrong, and that we should have done what lower staffers suggested, and launch extremely damaging cyber attacks against the Russians. We might have faced a shutdown of the electrical grid, but still, Putin has to be stopped.

My hindsight is excellent!

Putin and Obama met for a private meeting in fall 2016. At that point, we already knew the Russians had hacked dozens of state voter registration databases. As far as we know, nothing happened as a result. So I wonder… Did Obama lay down the lay, and scare Putin out of changing actual votes? Or are the Russians just going to bide their time, and attack the 2018 midterms?

All the Russians need to do in order to advance their self-interest is to make sure Trump stays in office. For the midterms, that means backing a fair number of Repuglican Representatives. It would make more sense to launch cyber attacks at Senate campaigns. Who cares about impeachment in the House? The Russians just need to make sure Trump is not convicted by the Senate. That would only take interference in a few states.

The Russians can’t use the NRA anymore to funnel money. Too many eyes on that channel.

Posted by: phx8 at May 24, 2018 2:48 PM
Comment #427312

I don’t put much stock in polls, but it’s funny to see the ‘Russians might fix the 2018 midterms’ talking-point come out right on cue with the latest generic ballot polls. LOL!!!

You guys on the left need to relax. Historically, the out party picks up the seats, and when combined with the decades long tactic of democrats colluding with the media to swing elections, you are going to have a very good midterm.

Drop the social justice nonsense and stop attacking the country, its culture, and the 2nd Amendment, and you will probably even get your ‘blue wave.’

Posted by: kctim at May 24, 2018 4:51 PM
Comment #427314

pdx8, the russians may feel neglected now that Dumpty is getting some dough from China. putain is vastly wealthy, but russia is not much of a player on the world stage. I don’t see Dumpty getting too interested in them again, unless plans go forward for a Traitors Tower in Moscow. The relationship is problematic anyway because they’re ramping up interference in Poland and other places.

China could try to apply pressure now that they most likely have all Dumpty’s recent private phone calls, although that’s not usually their style. They dangled Kim Jong-Un in front of him, and now Dumpty’s so upset about the breakup that he wrote his own hilarious breakup letter to the guy that broke up with him first. It’s kind of silly to do that now, since SNL is already over for the season, but maybe he forgot, and was hoping to star in another cold open.

The elections will be decided by how strong the reaction is to the previous elections’ voter suppression efforts. I really don’t care about the election here, with Pritzker running, but it’s going to be up to the younger people to decide whether or not they’re going to get up off their arses. The Democrats should concentrate on the local interest, contrasting with the right wing’s effort to run things on behalf of some guys in Kansas. I wonder whatever happened to KansasDem, who used to write here.

Anyway, thanks for writing something worth reading. It was pretty hilarious when liz wrote to apologize for problems with the site, and the only responses she got were from a full time troll and a part time troll.

Posted by: Ohrealy at May 24, 2018 5:03 PM
Comment #427315

The Russians can’t use the NRA anymore to funnel money. Too many eyes on that channel.
Posted by: phx8 at May 24, 2018 2:48 PM

LOL…I believe the Russians are using Planned Parenthood and the EPA.

I won’t bother to comment on your book review. I have already read all this nonsense in the WP and NYT.

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 24, 2018 5:04 PM
Comment #427316

kctim,
“I don’t put much stock in polls…”

Depends on the poll. The national polls for the 2016 presidential campaign were spot on. HRC won the popular vote by 3 million votes. However, I think the generic ballots are totally useless, for the simple reason that there are no generic Democrats or Republicans. It is true that the party out of power normally picks up seats. It would be surprising if the Democrats do not take the House. That means all of those ‘private’ testimonies by the likes of Trump Jr., Bannon, and others will be conducted again in public.

Democrats represent this country. Not Russia. This country. Liberals represent the culture and the best it has to offer; not just a neo-Nazi vision of a white male Christian English speaking culture, but an inclusive one that includes all races, male & female, one that recognizes LGBT concerns, and all religions and all cultures.

By the way, my wife is first generation American, the first to obtain a college degree and masters. She is fluent in Spanish. Please tell me all about the ‘social justice’ nonsense. Fire away.

You do know the FBI is investigating the NRA, the Russian oligarch Alexander Torshin who penetrated it, and funneling money from the Russians, through the NRA, and to Trump, right?

Posted by: phx8 at May 24, 2018 5:06 PM
Comment #427317

Be assured liz, those on the Right appreciate your efforts to keep WatchBlog up and running. We value the freedom to exchange ideas with no government interference or Main Stream Media attempt to subvert.

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 24, 2018 5:10 PM
Comment #427318

I noticed Ohrealy didn’t bother to thank liz for her efforts to keep WatchBlog up and running. Like a typical Liberal swamp rat, he just takes his privilege for granted.

I will thank liz on his behalf. Again, Thank You, liz.


Posted by: Weary Willie at May 24, 2018 6:10 PM
Comment #427320

Sorry Phx8, but liberals represent what half this country wants this country to transform into, not what this country was founded on to be.

Spar us the ‘neo-Nazi vision’ nonsense. It’s tired ridiculous hyperbole with no basis in reality. It truly is sad to see you sink to such a dishonest hateful level.

Tell you about the social justice nonsense? Sure.
The hands up don’t shoot lies. Forcing religious folk to go against their beliefs. The gazillion genders. The white men are racists who owe everybody else everything. Erasing our nations history and culture. Men in women’s restrooms. Men showering with little girls. The American flag being offensive. Illegal aliens are immigrants.
Need more? Cause I’ve got plenty that I would love to watch you guys flop around trying to defend.

Congrats to your wife on her degree. Not sure what the he11 that has to do with the social justice BS though, unless you are saying that she got her degree simply because of who she is, rather than all the hard work such an accomplishment requires. Surely you’re not saying that, are you?

IF the NRA did wrong the investigation will prove so and the proper steps will be taken.
I have no idea why you guys think attacking the NRA will help you get rid of the 2nd Amendment, though. Probably for the same crazy reason you think leftist policy can co-exist with our Constitution.

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Comment #427335

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Posted by: kirtigupta at May 25, 2018 6:07 AM
Comment #427358
Liberals represent the culture and the best it has to offer; not just a neo-Nazi vision of a white male Christian English speaking culture, but an inclusive one that includes all races, male & female, one that recognizes LGBT concerns, and all religions and all cultures. Posted by: phx8 at May 24, 2018 5:06 PM

The mistake we have been making is to be inclusive of the neo-nazis. The media wants us to know more about them. I already know enough. Right wingers are infecting all the media now, being allowed access if they have bad things to say about Dumpty, or to present their “alternative facts” like someone writing the articles in columns here. In the election cycle coming up, we have to watch for the right wing machine supporting candidates who are just there to divide the vote. Richard Painter is even running as a Democrat in MN. Thanks but no thanks.

Thanks, Schwamp, also, pogo supports, Rehana Malik, and kirtigupta for your comments.

Posted by: Ohrealy at May 25, 2018 5:17 PM
Comment #427359

We should all be vigilant and do diligent research. I’ve been following a guy on FB and don’t trust any of his memes, but it does offer an opportunity to educate myself on things that may interest me. I haven’t got to the point where I will unfollow him, but who knows. If his fables get to be too tedious I will.

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Posted by: gunjanjain at May 26, 2018 12:04 AM
Comment #427369

We have an opportunity with North Korea. We got lucky. Their 6th underground nuclear test last year caused a cave in, killing 100, and another 100 died in a rescue attempt. If we got really lucky, many of the North Korean scientists and researchers died. North Korea made a show of inviting reporters to watch them shut and fill the entrances, but they are concerned about another earthquake releasing a radioactive cloud.

So opportunity knocked. A long term strategy of containment paid off. There was no war, and just as North Korea appeared to be most threatening, their nuclear program literally collapsed, and one big earthquake could make it even worse for them (and the rest of the world).

There is no reason not to negotiate for achievable aims. Negotiate an end to the state of war. Pay them off in exchange for opening their society, and agreeing to participate in international norms.

There is no point demanding denuclearization. That ship already left port. Bolton killed that prospect even deader by promoting The Libya Option. That approach met with a cool reception from Kim Jong Un, since the Libya Option ended with a dictator running for his life, hiding in a sewer pipe, and getting dragged out and shot on the spot.

We put ourselves behind the 8 ball by breaking a nuclear non-proliferation agreement with Iran, even though everyone, including us and including our allies, agreed Iran was abiding by the terms of the agreement. There is not much point negotiating with the US anymore. Failures in trade talks with China, Canada, Mexico, and the EU, along with withdrawal from the TPP, hurt American interests even more.

Announcing we were calling off the summit without first informing the South Koreans made it even worse. Trump and his administration are incapable of representing US interests abroad.

But that doesn’t mean good things still can’t happen. They just won’t involve us. North Korea has every reason to pursue a deal. They have already been treated like a peer by Trump, and given the international recognition they crave. They have been rewarded for developing nuclear weapons. Now it is time to end the state of war, pay them off, and integrate them into the international system.

Once they come into contact with the world and become engaged, the dictatorship will fall.

Posted by: phx8 at May 26, 2018 10:05 AM
Comment #427380

Once they come into contact with the world and become engaged, the dictatorship will fall.
Posted by: phx8 at May 26, 2018 10:05 AM

That statement could be used as an example of extreme naivety.

Here’s another beautiful example of political innocence bordering on criminality expressed by our Pal.

“…end the state of war, pay them off…”

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 26, 2018 4:27 PM
Comment #427390

Pay them off is what Clinton did and look how it ended up! He gave them a reactor and they turned it into weapons.

Trump is considered a genius because Clinton was so stupid.

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 27, 2018 11:54 AM
Comment #427430

“The mistake we have been making is to be inclusive of the neo-nazis.”

The mistake that you all have been making is pretending our history started under Obama and then dishonestly trying to associate all non-leftists with neo-nazis.

Posted by: kctim at May 29, 2018 7:55 AM
Comment #427436

Does everyone realize what Flynn was texting business partners during the inauguration? Trump was going to make sure the Russian sanctions were ripped up so the US & Russia could work with US companies to build nuclear reactors in the middle east.

Posted by: phx8 at May 29, 2018 10:34 AM
Comment #427437

How does phx8 know what Flynn was texting? Does he work with Google?


Posted by: Weary Willie at May 29, 2018 12:35 PM
Comment #427439

Why don’t you look it up? Do a search. ‘Flynn nuclear deal.’ There are a lot of articles from last November/December. Pick one.

Posted by: phx8 at May 29, 2018 2:03 PM
Comment #427440

The source of an anonymous whistleblower told Representative Elijah Cummings that he knows what Flynn was texting.

Posted by: kctim at May 29, 2018 2:08 PM
Comment #427441

Here we go with the anonymous sources again. The friend of a friend of a friend and sister of a brother sent a letter to Rep. Cummings. And the phx8 BULLS**T keeps on ticking.

Posted by: Rich KAPitan at May 29, 2018 2:19 PM
Comment #427442

Obama crashed a drone in Iran.

I fell for that one. I double check my stories now.

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 29, 2018 2:42 PM
Comment #427443

I heard another fantasy that the left can’t let go of! They’re saying Trump colluded with the Russians to get elected! Boy! The whoppers they tell!

I also heard ABC cancelled Black-ish for being racist.

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 29, 2018 2:46 PM
Comment #427444

Nancy Pelosi was texting Schumer to set up a date in their hideaway apartment in SanFrancisco! Anonymous sources that lives in an apartment building said the noise coming from the apartment sounds just like the noise coming from the podium at Schumer’s press conference!

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 29, 2018 2:49 PM
Comment #427445

Here’s a good one!

Hillbilly is going to win in a landslide!

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 29, 2018 2:55 PM
Comment #427447

http://s.newsweek.com/sites/www.newsweek.com/files/styles/embed-lg/public/2017/12/06/flynn-inauguration-photo.jpg

During the inauguration, Flynn was texting Alex Copson, who has been trying to export first radioactive waste, then later uranium to russia since the W Bush administration.

“I just got this text message” from Flynn, who said the nuclear project was “good to go.”
He added that Flynn had instructed him to contact their business colleagues to “let them know to put things in place.”
“I couldn’t be better. This is the best day of my life.”
“This is the start of something I have been working on for years, and we are good to go.”
“Mike has been putting everything in place for us,”

https://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/companies/1253784D:US-acu-strategy-partners-llc

Flynn’s “consulting fees” were very small in comparison to Michael Cohen.

Posted by: Ohrealy at May 29, 2018 5:33 PM
Comment #427448

This is going to be easy.

Imagine being able to convict someone with a photo. Ohrealy thinks he has done just that.

Imagine using a company profile to convict someone. Ohrealy thinks association is grounds for guilt.

Tell me, is this the United States of America? Is Ohrealy really working within the scope of the U.S. Constitution when he comments as he has in Comment #427447?

I don’t think so.


Posted by: Weary Willie at May 29, 2018 5:55 PM
Comment #427449
I don’t like repeat offenders. I like dead offenders.

Ted Nugent

Posted by: Weary Willie at May 29, 2018 6:19 PM
Comment #427450

Sorry, wrong column.

See, I can admit I’m wrong!

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