SES
I find it pathetically amusing the way the Snowflakes...
Tue Oct 31, 2017 11:56am
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...have been reacting to this news, compared to other news.

A minor campaign poague, if he was even that, claims to have talked to someone to try and set up a meeting with someone who claimed to have "dirt" on Hillary. A meeting that never happened. And that wouldn't have broken any laws in the FIRST place if it HAD happened. And the "someone" he claimed to have talked to says the story is all ridiculous nonsense.

Snowflakes salivate all over their bibs.

Forget the fact that there's nothing there. "Just wait. Um. There's gonna be...uh...more."

Meanwhile, there's mounting evidence that people ACTUALLY affiliated with the HILLARY campaign and the DNC actually PAID FOR access to damaging information on Candidate Trump -- which WOULD be illegal. And also that Hillary "used her office as Secretary of State to confer benefits to Russia in exchange for millions of dollars in donations to her foundation and cash to her husband." And also that they broke laws concerning filing of false or misleading campaign reports to hide what they were doing.

Laughably absurd and pathetic.

  • Patience...Amadeus, Tue Oct 31 11:28am
    This is just the beginning. Watch as it unfolds. Why do you think they kept the first guilty plea secret for months? Because he's been proactively assisting the investigation. No doubt, he has a... more
    • Spot on as usualPikes, Tue Oct 31 12:43pm
      When things don't make sense, they're usually not true. Take the alleged sale of US uranium to Russia. Russia has more uranium reserves in the Urals and Caucasus than the US has in the Rockies. Their ... more
    • I find it pathetically amusing the way the Snowflakes... — SES, Tue Oct 31 11:56am
      • You're The One Having The Meltdown...Amadeus, Tue Oct 31 2:49pm
        I wouldn't be calling anyone else "snowflake" just now. If there was nothing there, Mueller would have already said so. You apparently do not understand the concept of opposition research. There is... more
        • ..."opposition research" is illegal. And that's what the DNC and the Hillary campaign did. They also intentionally tried to mask the financing. Also illegal. So, back to the real story here. The DNC... more
          • Bzzzzt...Amadeus, Tue Oct 31 5:09pm
            Fusion isn't an agent of another country. Where did you get that idea? Amadeus
            • Even if they wereJeeves, Tue Oct 31 6:17pm
              Arguably, a foreign agent was employed since Christopher Steele is a British citizen, and indirectly paid by the Clinton campaign. However, I don't know of any statutes which make it illegal for a... more
              • OTOHPikes, Tue Oct 31 7:02pm
                How many years did the Tres Gaudie Republicans spend "inventigating" Clinton? Their net results?
          • I believe that you are mistakenJeeves, Tue Oct 31 5:07pm
            " Paying agents of another country for the results of 'opposition research' is illegal. " You keep claiming that, but, AFAIK, the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) prohibits any foreign national... more
        • so?" You believe that. Maybe you need to brush up on the ACTUAL facts: THE LEFT UNHINGED That other plot – to bring down Trump Well over a year after the FBI began investigating “collusion” between... more
          • I Responded To This On The Other Board...Amadeus, Tue Oct 31 5:10pm
            Your piece isn't quite correct in the details. *shrug* Reality is coming. Amadeus
          • as Donald Trump. This is the beginning of the beginning. Not end of the beginning, or beginning of the end. There is a great deal of speculation. I speculated too, and it may be wrong, or partially... more
          • Friday - "Oooooh yeah. Here we go. They've indicted someone. THIS is gonna be GOOOOOOOD." The indictment is released. Nothing. Nothing in any way connected to Trump, the Trump campaign, Russia,... more
            • Have You NOT Been Paying Attention?Amadeus, Tue Oct 31 5:13pm
              Seriously? The indictments are leverage. Papadopoulos is the real story. And the details are so important. There are more indictments already in the works. Patience. Mueller is very, very good at his ... more
              • he's literally parroting the Trump criminal enterprise talking points word for word. That is ALL he is paying attention to.
                • InventigationPikes, Wed Nov 1 4:14am
                  That's their investigation. Absent facts, they invent their own and pass them like Gospel. Like social disease in the clubs Trump owns and frequents.
      • Nothing makes you happier than an opportunity to troll. Your time on this board is solely to troll people you identify as liberals. I didn't vote for Clinton or Trump. I saw what they are, and see... more
      • You are close on the Clinton accusationJeeves, Tue Oct 31 12:31pm
        " there's mounting evidence that people ACTUALLY affiliated with the HILLARY campaign and the DNC actually PAID FOR access to damaging information on Candidate Trump -- which WOULD be illegal. "... more
        • WrongSES, Tue Oct 31 2:06pm
          "The Federal Election Campaign Act (52 USC 30101) prohibits foreign nationals and governments from giving or receiving money in U.S. campaigns." The Hillary campaign and the DNC PAID foreign... more
          • You need to review your sourceJeeves, Tue Oct 31 2:49pm
            " The Federal Election Campaign Act (52 USC 30101) prohibits foreign nationals and governments from giving or receiving money in U.S. campaigns " From:... more
      • Thanks for the Team Trump update.HeavyHemi, Tue Oct 31 12:10pm
        Nice tantrum. Nothing I can say would present your isses better.