FBI raided Giuliani

  • The swamp being cleaned but not the one you tRumpettes want cleaned.

    Trump: “Leadership: Whatever happens, you’re responsible. If it doesn’t happen, you’re responsible.” 3:01PM Nov. 8 2013

    "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power" ~ Abe Lincoln

    tRump is the Master of the Con with 70 years of practice/experience. It is sad that so many supposedly intelligent and educated people fall for his cons.

    DJ Trump: while I support the Dems, if I ran I would run as a Republican because those people are easy to fool.


  • The Swamp has grown deeper than ever with the stolen election. Like the mountains and valleys, it'll pass.

    You mean the election that tRump lost by a landslide.:blueflower

    Trump: “Leadership: Whatever happens, you’re responsible. If it doesn’t happen, you’re responsible.” 3:01PM Nov. 8 2013

    "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power" ~ Abe Lincoln

    tRump is the Master of the Con with 70 years of practice/experience. It is sad that so many supposedly intelligent and educated people fall for his cons.

    DJ Trump: while I support the Dems, if I ran I would run as a Republican because those people are easy to fool.


  • Keep drinking that extra special Kool-Aid.

    Trump: “Leadership: Whatever happens, you’re responsible. If it doesn’t happen, you’re responsible.” 3:01PM Nov. 8 2013

    "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power" ~ Abe Lincoln

    tRump is the Master of the Con with 70 years of practice/experience. It is sad that so many supposedly intelligent and educated people fall for his cons.

    DJ Trump: while I support the Dems, if I ran I would run as a Republican because those people are easy to fool.


  • Intelligence committee finds “grave counterintelligence threat” but Trump’s 2020 campaign continues to claim “no collusion” and to call the investigations “a hoax.”


    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s often-repeated “no collusion” claim about the help he received from Russia to win the 2016 election was belied once again Tuesday, this time by the bipartisan Senate intelligence committee following a three-year investigation.

    Like U.S. intelligence services already concluded in 2017 and special counsel Robert Mueller reported in 2019, the committee found that Russia worked to hurt Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and to help Trump — but further found that Trump’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort was particularly dangerous to U.S. national security.


    “Manafort’s high-level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services … represented a grave counterintelligence threat,” the 966-page report found.


    The committee also concluded that Trump confidante Roger Stone — who along with Manafort and several others were convicted of felonies in Mueller’s probe — on the orders of Trump and his campaign sought to coordinate with WikiLeaks regarding the release of documents stolen from the Clinton camp. “At their direction, Stone took action to gain inside knowledge for the campaign and shared his purported knowledge directly with Trump and senior campaign officials on multiple occasions,” the report stated.


    That Trump was openly accepting Russian help to win the election was known even as it was happening in real time. Trump started receiving intelligence briefings in August 2016, when he was informed that Russian spy agencies had stolen emails from the Democratic National Committee and others and were releasing them through WikiLeaks. That information was made public on Oct. 7, when the Department of Homeland Security and the Director of National Intelligence put out a joint statement naming both Russia and WikiLeaks.


    Despite this, Trump cited that Russian-stolen material almost daily between Oct. 10 and Election Day at his campaign rallies and in media interviews. “We love WikiLeaks,” he would say, urging his supporters and the news media to read the latest batch of stolen documents to be released.

    Many of the contacts between Russia and the Trump campaign, as well as a detailed analysis of the Russian-stolen material disseminated in the campaign’s final month, were previously published in the Mueller report.


    But that document was effectively preempted by Trump’s handpicked Attorney General Bill Barr, who before the redacted report was released held a news conference claiming — falsely — that it had failed to find evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice. In fact, the report had plenty of evidence of both, but Trump and his allies have been claiming “exoneration” ever since. Indeed, Trump and Barr have launched investigations in an attempt to discredit Mueller’s probe by claiming the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation should have never been started in the first place.

    The Senate report found that Trump not only refused to turn over material to the committee from the time he was president, he also refused to hand over documents from the 10-week period between his election and inauguration using “novel and unprecedented potential executive privilege claims.”


    Committee vice chairman Mark Warner, a Virginia Democrat, said investigators found “a breathtaking level of contacts between Trump officials and Russian government operatives” and that he hoped Americans will read the report for themselves.


    “This cannot happen again,” Warner said. “As we head into the heat of the 2020 campaign season, I strongly urge campaigns, the executive branch, Congress and the American people to heed the lessons of this report in order to protect our democracy.”


    But Trump, having escaped any consequences from Congress or prosecutors for the 2016 collusion, in 2019 began seeking foreign assistance again for his reelection, this time from Ukraine and China.


    Starting within days of the release of the Mueller report in April 2019, Trump began trying to extort Ukraine’s newly elected president into announcing an investigation into the Democrat he most feared, Joe Biden. Trump ultimately was impeached for those actions, which involved using $391 million in U.S. military aid as leverage, but was allowed to remain in office by Republican senators, with the sole exception of Utah’s Mitt Romney.


    Trump also publicly called on China to investigate Biden while privately begging its dictator, Xi Jinping, to help him win reelection by buying lots of farm products from the United States, according to his own national security adviser at the time, John Bolton.

    Trump: “Leadership: Whatever happens, you’re responsible. If it doesn’t happen, you’re responsible.” 3:01PM Nov. 8 2013

    "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power" ~ Abe Lincoln

    tRump is the Master of the Con with 70 years of practice/experience. It is sad that so many supposedly intelligent and educated people fall for his cons.

    DJ Trump: while I support the Dems, if I ran I would run as a Republican because those people are easy to fool.


  • Intelligence committee finds “grave counterintelligence threat” but Trump’s 2020 campaign continues to claim “no collusion” and to call the investigations “a hoax.

    Also told us that aluminum tubes being bought by Iraq meant they were building centrifuges for a nuclear program.


    Russians trolled echo chambers. Trump didn't collude. Anybody that saw the ads were voting for him anyways. Republicans should have put Guliani down 5 years ago, the guy is clearly a hanger on trying to cash in with loads of dirty baggage.

  • reading these articles by rabbid dogs is hilarious.


    First of all, why do your articles never talk about Crossfire Hurricane? Do you believe that was made up? Do you actually believe they didn't try to set Trump up? Mannafort was a long time beuocrat brought to Trump by the establishment. Trump fired him and exposed him. Why didn't they go after Hillary's campaign manager Podesta, who worked with Mannafort for a long time? Hmm.


    Where is any proof that wikileaks had anything to do with Russia? It's very similar to the "proof" that Watkins is Q. Why are your sources allowed to falsely claim this bullshit with 0 proof.


    Why do you cover up for Seth Rich and the other not so famous kid who was killed (can't think of his name right now)? Payments were made to the DNC from Crowdstrike the day after both of them were killed.


    Why would Russia want Trump to win? Hillary signed off on the sale of uranium to Russia, which went to Iran and NK btw. Why do dems love using Russian natural gas so much? Why did Bernie have his Honey Moon in Russia? What was Hunter doing with Burisma? Why did the Russian mayor wife give him 3M? Who is the "big man". Why was he brokering deals with China and Russia?


    Why do you look past wikileaks and not feel outraged about what was exposed? Why do you attack the messenger?


    You leftest POSs are full of such fucking bullshit. Can't have a rational debate. That's why I hope you fuckers have it coming to you. You hide and manipulate news and create propaganda. Such a fucking disgrace you people are.


    And you are going to ignore me, and pretend I don't exist for challenging and discrediting your bullshit article written by some POS whose probably a pedophile.

  • I believe that 99% of leftists have no clue what is going on. I believe that their entire political perspective is nothing but sound bites.


    lazs

    "Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something."



    Pancho Villa, last words (1877 - 1923)

  • Orange man had 75 million or more real live voters who supported him and still do. Most biden voters are rolling over in their graves over how this has turned out


    lazs

    "Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something."



    Pancho Villa, last words (1877 - 1923)

  • Why would anyone want to get into a conversation with Q follower?

    Trump: “Leadership: Whatever happens, you’re responsible. If it doesn’t happen, you’re responsible.” 3:01PM Nov. 8 2013

    "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power" ~ Abe Lincoln

    tRump is the Master of the Con with 70 years of practice/experience. It is sad that so many supposedly intelligent and educated people fall for his cons.

    DJ Trump: while I support the Dems, if I ran I would run as a Republican because those people are easy to fool.


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