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https://townhall.com/columnists/calthomas/2017/06/13/lying-liars-n2339750

 

Charles Hurt, editorial page editor of the conservative Washington Times, summarized his view of Comey's testimony: "The only verified leaker exposed: Jim Comey. The only person we know is not and never was under investigation for ties to Russia: Donald Trump. The only person exposed for trying to influence an election: (Obama attorney general) Loretta Lynch. The only paper accused of publishing fake news: The New York Times. The only person who attempted to obstruct justice: Loretta Lynch and probably Bill Clinton."

Even the reliably liberal Chris Matthews of MSNBC said: "The assumption of the critics of the president, of his pursuers, you might say, is that somewhere along the line in the last year the president had something to do with colluding with the Russians ... to affect the election in some way. And yet what came apart this morning was that theory."

 

I hope this is simple enough English so our slower brethren can grasp what happened, or failed to happen.

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" reliably liberal Chris Matthews........"

 

 

LOL !!!!!!!! HA HA HA HA 

 

 

A private Cit cant leak an unclassified doc, but do keep trying.

 

It is amusing for us and then it will be sad for you

 

 

Ticking and tocking baby !!!!!!!!!!

 

 

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"By any means necessary."

"The ends justifies the means."

Exitus acta probat

Whatever it takes.

 

Or in the words of our now former, first constitutional scholar & Nobel laureate President: "If they bring a knife, we bring a gun."

 

That is the opposition my friends, and those are the rules we are now playing by.

 

 

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Well at least those who are actually concerned with that. The meme that what is being investigated and is at the forefront is about the election is getting critically thin. It may have had a part in drawing attention, but is only a matter by defensive acclimation 

 

Comey told you that. In spades. Mueller wasn't hired to settle the election arguments. 

 

Easy to see how you need it to be that. Start by asking yourself about how the Flynn leaving had what to do with the election. 

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Mueller was hired because of a fake document put out by Comey.

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what it's all about

Imo is keeping up the warfare state.  Trump scared the bejebbees out of the mic and the intelligence agencies with all the talk  during the campaign of pursuing a more peaceful relationship with the world in general and Russia in specific.  Deep state wasn't going to let that happen. 

 

The shocking thing is the people who normally oppose the warfare state falling in line out of hatred for trump.

 

Whether trump actually meant to follow through with it is now mostly a moot point.  Deep state won again.

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Re: what it's all about

The left is now engaged in a campaign to normalize violence against anyone who disagrees with them. Especially elected officials.

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Socialism = violence

It's never voluntary, if you say "no thanks", guys with guns show up.

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Time to burn down the Bastille.

http://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/patrick-j-buchanan/are-we-nearing-civil-war & Commentary Are We Nearing Civil War? Patrick J. Buchanan By Patrick J. Buchanan | June 13, 2017 | 4:48 AM EDT President Trump may be chief of state, head of government and commander in chief, but his administration is shot through with disloyalists plotting to bring him down. We are approaching something of a civil war where the capital city seeks the overthrow of the sovereign and its own restoration. Thus far, it is a nonviolent struggle, though street clashes between pro- and anti-Trump forces are increasingly marked by fistfights and brawls. Police are having difficulty keeping people apart. A few have been arrested carrying concealed weapons. That the objective of this city is to bring Trump down via a deep state-media coup is no secret. Few deny it. Last week, fired Director of the FBI James Comey, a successor to J. Edgar Hoover, admitted under oath that he used a cutout to leak to The New York Times an Oval Office conversation with the president. Goal: have the Times story trigger the appointment of a special prosecutor to bring down the president. Comey wanted a special prosecutor to target Trump, despite his knowledge, from his own FBI investigation, that Trump was innocent of the pervasive charge that he colluded with the Kremlin in the hacking of the DNC. Comey's deceit was designed to enlist the police powers of the state to bring down his president. And it worked. For the special counsel named, with broad powers to pursue Trump, is Comey's friend and predecessor at the FBI, Robert Mueller. As Newt Gingrich said Sunday: "Look at who Mueller's starting to hire. ... (T)hese are people that ... look to me like they're ... setting up to go after Trump ... including people, by the way, who have been reprimanded for hiding from the defense information into major cases. ... "This is going to be a witch hunt." Another example. According to Daily Kos, Trump planned a swift lifting of sanctions on Russia after inauguration and a summit meeting with Vladimir Putin to prevent a second Cold War. The State Department was tasked with working out the details. Instead, says Daniel Fried, the coordinator for sanctions policy, he received "panicky" calls of "Please, my God, can you stop this?" Operatives at State, disloyal to the president and hostile to the Russia policy on which he had been elected, collaborated with elements in Congress to sabotage any detente. They succeeded. "It would have been a win-win for Moscow," said Tom Malinowski of State, who boasted last week of his role in blocking a rapprochement with Russia. State employees sabotaged one of the principal policies for which Americans had voted, and they substituted their own.;

 

 

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pat agrees

 

 

http://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/patrick-j-buchanan/are-we-nearing-civil-war

 

& Commentary Are We Nearing Civil War? Patrick J. Buchanan By Patrick J. Buchanan | June 13, 2017 | 4:48 AM EDT President Trump may be chief of state, head of government and commander in chief, but his administration is shot through with disloyalists plotting to bring him down. We are approaching something of a civil war where the capital city seeks the overthrow of the sovereign and its own restoration. Thus far, it is a nonviolent struggle, though street clashes between pro- and anti-Trump forces are increasingly marked by fistfights and brawls. Police are having difficulty keeping people apart. A few have been arrested carrying concealed weapons. That the objective of this city is to bring Trump down via a deep state-media coup is no secret. Few deny it. Last week, fired Director of the FBI James Comey, a successor to J. Edgar Hoover, admitted under oath that he used a cutout to leak to The New York Times an Oval Office conversation with the president. Goal: have the Times story trigger the appointment of a special prosecutor to bring down the president. Comey wanted a special prosecutor to target Trump, despite his knowledge, from his own FBI investigation, that Trump was innocent of the pervasive charge that he colluded with the Kremlin in the hacking of the DNC. Comey's deceit was designed to enlist the police powers of the state to bring down his president. And it worked. For the special counsel named, with broad powers to pursue Trump, is Comey's friend and predecessor at the FBI, Robert Mueller. As Newt Gingrich said Sunday: "Look at who Mueller's starting to hire. ... (T)hese are people that ... look to me like they're ... setting up to go after Trump ... including people, by the way, who have been reprimanded for hiding from the defense information into major cases. ... "This is going to be a witch hunt." Another example. According to Daily Kos, Trump planned a swift lifting of sanctions on Russia after inauguration and a summit meeting with Vladimir Putin to prevent a second Cold War. The State Department was tasked with working out the details. Instead, says Daniel Fried, the coordinator for sanctions policy, he received "panicky" calls of "Please, my God, can you stop this?" Operatives at State, disloyal to the president and hostile to the Russia policy on which he had been elected, collaborated with elements in Congress to sabotage any detente. They succeeded. "It would have been a win-win for Moscow," said Tom Malinowski of State, who boasted last week of his role in blocking a rapprochement with Russia. State employees sabotaged one of the principal policies for which Americans had voted, and they substituted their own.;;