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  • Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post
    LOL. So, gossip has been confirmed by more gossip. No where in that article is there any direct evidence. It's one person quoting another person who is quoting another person who has no direct knowledge of anything and then calling that confirmation of the original gossip.

    Just how stupid do you think people are? Do you think it's some kind of mystery that Trump's approval rating keeps rising during this fraud? It's not. People are seeing through this manipulation and lying, and are turning away from you socialists in large numbers. You think it's unfathomable that Trump is now polling at 34% approval among likely black voters? That is at least 3 times higher than any previous Republican. It's guaranteed to continue as long as you fools keep on running out hoaxes in the media. It says nothing good about your side of the political aisle that you guys are keeping on keeping on with this nonsense.

    I realize that you guys think it's a must to continue lying, but you'd gain more ground by admitting your previous lies rather than continually trying to reinforce them. That is a sure way to lose the trust of all but the most insane of your supporters. Any person who even begins to think about this stuff turns away from it with disgust and loathing because they realize if you jerks can do this to a President they have absolutely no expectations of justice if they are ever taken to court about anything. But, you guys are so isolated from reality that you do not understand what the common man thinks and how he views things. You socialists are destroying your own political party, and causing the majority of the population to distrust you. Even in highly socialist geographical areas the numbers of those who dislike your political games are as high as 8 out of 10 people. And you want to keep pushing this insanity.

    All you're proving is how little respect you have for others, and how little you care if people absolutely despise you. And for some reason you think that is a winning political strategy. I guess it is if you're a totalitarian at heart and have a big time dictator to put into power, because that is the only way you will have any influence left among the general population. And that influence will only exist because people will realize how much they have to fear you. It won't be because they think you're honorable, honest, or care about them as individuals. It will be nothing other than abject fear of your ruthlessness and and your total rejection of our Constitution.
    “Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith.”
    ― Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

    “One and God make a majority.”
    ― Frederick Douglass

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    • Well that was a ramble.

      Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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      • Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post
        Well that was a ramble.
        Uh, no. That's called reality. Reality is what the left is really resistant to. The fact that you cannot point to a single actually fact ought to tell you how fact resistant you are and that people can and do see through the fraud.

        I didn't expect you to listen because you've never shown any inclination to value the truth. I wrote what I did for other eyes who that will read what I had to say.
        “Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith.”
        ― Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

        “One and God make a majority.”
        ― Frederick Douglass

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        • Originally posted by ffreeloader View Post

          Uh, no. That's called reality. Reality is what the left is really resistant to. The fact that you cannot point to a single actually fact ought to tell you how fact resistant you are and that people can and do see through the fraud.

          I didn't expect you to listen because you've never shown any inclination to value the truth. I wrote what I did for other eyes who that will read what I had to say.
          The fact is that you have no idea what I can or cannot do because you spend all your time talking at me instead of actually desiring a conversation. Maybe now you'll have a better idea, though, of what I will or will not do. If you're just using me to talk at your audience, be realistic and don't expect answers to the word salads you're not directing to me anyway.

          Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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          • A Trump-appointed judge ruled Wednesday that Pompeo must prove he complied with the Federal Records Act by collecting and preserving interpreter notes from Trump's meetings with Putin.

            Democracy Forward and American Oversight, two progressive watchdog organizations, filed the lawsuit in June after public reporting emerged claiming that Trump had collected notes from interpreters and directed them not to discuss the contents of the meetings. The court filing called it“unusual, and in some cases extreme, measures to conceal the details of these meetings.”

            Judge Trevor McFadden, a Trump-appointed judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, rejected the government’s efforts to dismiss the case on Wednesday.

            Pompeo has until January 10 to file a response to the lawsuit and until March 13 to file a substantial brief to the court.

            Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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            • With impeachment done, Senate must probe how this awful trial started

              By Betsy McCaughey

              February 5, 2020 | 7:23pm

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              President Trump has now been acquitted, but Democrats hope his impeachment will disgrace him “for life” and tilt the 2020 election. Don’t bet on it. Sen. Lindsey Graham has a better idea.
              Graham is proposing post-impeachment investigations by the Senate to “get to the bottom” of the Democrats’ impeachment hoax. That will pin the disgrace where it belongs — on the party that dragged the nation through an unwarranted ordeal.
              Many Republican senators and Vice President Mike Pence are brushing aside the idea of investigations, saying they want to “move on.” Not so fast. These investigations are essential to uncover how House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff engineered the whistleblower complaint and expose the solid reasons Trump had for asking Ukraine about the Bidens’ dealings there. Graham said it’s “important” to find out “if the whistleblower was working with people on Schiff’s staff [who] wanted to take Trump down.”
              What’s known is that on July 26, a day after Trump’s controversial call with the Ukrainian president, Schiff hired a friend of the whistleblower to join his staff. Shortly afterward, Schiff’s staff met with the whistleblower and guided him on how to file a complaint.
              Media outlets have identified the whistleblower as Eric Ciaramella. He doesn’t deny it.
              Fox News’ Laura Ingraham reports that she obtained a series of State Department e-mails showing Ciaramella met with Ukrainian prosecutors at the White House in January 2016, when he served on the National Security Council as a Ukraine expert. The prosecutors were concerned about Hunter Biden’s lucrative position with the corrupt energy company Burisma, which was a target of investigation.
              Ciaramella isn’t an unbiased informant, like whistleblowers should be. The inspector general saw “arguable political bias” in the whistleblower’s complaint.
              The Senate also needs to examine why Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson deemed the obviously inadequate whistleblower complaint “credible” and sent it to Congress — the trigger required for Schiff to launch an impeachment investigation.
              Whistleblower regulations say that “second-hand or unsubstantiated assertions” are not sufficient, but that’s all Ciaramella could provide; he wasn’t on the July 25 call. Atkinson testified to the House Intelligence Committee behind closed doors and probably offered answers. But Schiff refused to release Atkinson’s testimony, even to the senators during the trial — a stunning concealment.
              Schiff shut down any questioning about the whistleblower, supposedly for the whistleblower’s protection — but in fact to protect himself. No law shields whistleblowers from congressional inquiry.
              Weeks ago, Senate Finance Committee staff interviewed an IRS whistleblower who says he heard second-hand that top Treasury officials meddled in the audit of the president or vice president’s tax returns. That IRS whistleblower also lacked first-hand knowledge of misdeeds. Yet House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal, a Democrat, used that whistleblower complaint to make his case for getting Trump’s back taxes.
              https://nypost.com/2020/02/05/with-impeachment-done-senate-must-probe-how-this-awful-trial-started/








              So, what?

              believe it!

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              • poor anna

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