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. . . I hope Mueller in gym clothes NOPING out of a convenience store is in the movie one day

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Cut scene to where he was actually on some clandestine information pick up.

On a side note i'm surprised he has no protection, i'm sure he doesn't need it but i'm still surprised.

Not really.

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You could put it in a bag and throw it at their houses. So it's still more useful.

5.3k points · 12 hours ago

Through your actions, you have embarrassed us in the eyes of our children, humiliated us on the world stage and, worst of all, divided us as a nation.

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There ARE heroes out there that would stand up if things got bad. Never forget there are real Patriots out there and in us all. We made this country fighting tyrants and we have the power to save it.

Thank you.

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Thank you! When this is all over, hopefully peacefully, I hope we can all sit and have a beer together.

Graham is giving Trump cover to set the precedent that the President can revoke security clearances at will.

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Yep. Here's a Republican for sacrifice! See! Trump is fair!

Conspiracy between Russia and Erik Prince, the brother of Secretary of Education DeVos, against the United States of America

George Nader, an adviser to the Emirates and ties to the Trump campaign, is a cooperating witness with Special Counsel Mueller's investigation and has already testified before a grand jury.[1] Nader is well known for his work as an adviser to the United Arab Emirates, but the New York Times has discovered that he has ties to Russia too.[2]

George Nader used his ties to the CEO of a Russian sovereign wealth fund[3] to set up the Seychelles meeting between Trump adviser Erik Prince and Kirill A. Dmitriev to establish a Trump-Putin back channel.[4] Prince had told Congressional investigators and journalists that his meeting with the CEO of the Russia Direct Investment Fund, Dimitriev, was unplanned and that he just happened to run into him.[5] George Nader contests that testimony, Nader says that Prince planned the meeting well in advance.[6]

It should also be noted that Natalia Popova, the wife of RDIF CEO Dmitriev, is close friends with Putin's younger daughter[7] and was present at several meetings in Seychelles where they allegedly discussed the lifting of sanctions.[8]

Sources say several Russians participated in meetings on the need for the lifting of U.S. sanctions to facilitate trade. Dmitriev's wife Natalia Popova was also present in several conversations with foreign representatives while staying on the island, the sources said.

It is likely that Erik Prince lied to Congressional investigators during his hearing. Last month we discovered that a plane linked to the Russian government landed in the Seychelles a day before Erik Prince met with Kirill Dmitriev. The plane is owned by sanctioned Russian oligarch and member of the Duma Andrei Skoch, 6 people arrived in his plane and checked into the same hotel where multiple meetings between Erik Prince and Kirill Dmitriev took place.[9]

Erik Prince is the CEO of infamous private military contractor Blackwater, now operating under the name Academi.[10] Four former members of Blackwater were convicted by a U.S. jury for the senseless murdering of Iraqi civilians, known as the Nisour Square Massacre.[11] The convictions were rejected by a Federal Court of Appeals and 3 of their lengthy sentences were thrown out.[12] Erik Prince led a mercenary group that believed in a last crusade and tortured/murdered Iraqis in the name of Christ.[13]

1) New York Times - Adviser to Emirates With Ties to Trump Aides Is Cooperating With Special Counsel

2) New York Times - Witness in Mueller Inquiry Who Advises U.A.E. Ruler Also Has Ties to Russia

3) Foreign Policy - Nations Are Wielding Their Sovereign Wealth Funds as Tools of Power

4) Washington Post - Blackwater founder held secret Seychelles meeting to establish Trump-Putin back channel

5) Washington Post - Erik Prince discussed trade, terrorism with Russian banker in Seychelles, interview transcript says

6) Washington Post - Mueller gathers evidence that 2017 Seychelles meeting was effort to establish back channel to Kremlin

7) The Daily Beast - Report: Russian Financier in Erik Prince’s Seychelles Meeting Traced Back to Putin

8) New Jersey News - Seychelles meetings probed by Mueller included several Russians: exclusive

9) Business Insider - A plane linked to the Russian government flew into the Seychelles the day before a secret meeting that Mueller is investigating

10) Wikipedia - Academi

11) The Guardian - US jury convicts Blackwater guards in 2007 killing of Iraqi civilians

12) New York Times - In Blackwater Case, Court Rejects a Murder Conviction and Voids 3 Sentences

13) Economist - Erik Prince and the last crusade

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Excellent work as usual. To answer your question, if you could put this together with public knowledge then we know why Trump is so scared of Mueller. I would love to be a microwave in just one of Muellers meetings, he has the goods on the whole family and when it comes out it will be irrefutable and damning. I honestly expect treason charges for some people not just conspiracy.

Shouldn't have done that Donnie. You just unleashed him to directly go at you.

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282 points · 18 hours ago · edited 14 hours ago

I love it. Trump is too dumb to think of consequences. Of course this was going to backfire.

In theory, Trump isn't a moron.

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Actually in practice he's a fucking moron.

Who needs facts when you can live in denial?

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His legal team is talking about making a "rebuttal" report. They have no intention of accepting the findings. They will ignore and delegitimize them. Congress will do nothing unless we vote.

So more clear evidence of obstruction? Mueller wants him to do these kinds of things.

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He's dragging the investigation out committing more crimes. That's a bold move.

-87 points · 1 day ago

And just let anyone come into the country? No thanks..

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Abolish the red-publicans. Problem solved.

Abolish the red-publicans. Problem solved.

0 points · 2 days ago


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And people have a hard time believing in #pizzagate.


Umm... really?

Dumb enough that you can't even answer a question. People like you are the reason why the world sucks.

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Really? People like me? Do you own a mirror? Does it have a reflection?

I would beam with pride if my name were on that list.

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Careful what you wish for, we may yet be on a list.

Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the president or any other public official, save exactly to the degree in which he himself stands by the country. It is patriotic to support him insofar as he efficiently serves the country. It is unpatriotic not to oppose him to the exact extent that by inefficiency or otherwise he fails in his duty to stand by the country. In either event, it is unpatriotic not to tell the truth, whether about the president or anyone else.”

—Theodore Roosevelt

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To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public. - Teddy

I have said Lincoln would beat up Trump, which is true, but teddy would drag him through the streets by his hair plugs.

415 points · 1 day ago

Just saw this. Simply childish.

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Petty and childish attempt to change the narrative. I don't think it will work.

What narrative is he trying to change? That the economy is booming and Black approval is climbing higher than any Republican in recent memory?

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65 points · 1 day ago

And then SHS lists a bunch of other people critical of Trump that they're thinking of doing the same to.

This is fascism.

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And it is. Fuck this administration.

Comey is not my homey.

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Why he helped Trump? You would think you guys would appreciate this.

10 points · 1 day ago

His hand was forced. It's easy to take simplistic positions when you don't understand context.

I don't believe comey is a saint, but I do think he's honest and did exactly what he thought was right in those scenarios.

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I don't disagree with that. I don't think the person I was responding to can appreciate that. I'm sure his dissatisfaction is with Comey's loyalty to Trump rather than an understanding of the issues.

Have you seen my list of brand new, auto-named accounts that have a single post each?

  • BrightApartment
  • CalmEmployment
  • DistractedGorilla
  • StunningAstronomer
  • ExcitingApricot
  • ChemicalGlove
  • OverweightFireman

cause it's only growing.

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Adjective noun, noun noun. Different company or government algorithm? They are different from the names we were seeing before.

Do we need reports? Honestly, the whole admin is visibly scared. They're more afraid of Omarosa's tapes than they are Mueller.

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Well, for the staff they are probably more worried they are taped saying disparaging things about Trump and his family or saying racist ignorant things that the public and their families would find abhorrent. They may not have to fear Mueller like Trump does. For them these tapes could be worse, especially when they thought this would never get out and Trump was the only one who had to worry.


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