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IH3719492
Senior Contributor

Re: Rudy lied...


@sdholloway56 wrote:

I assume that orders for this deflection came down from on high after OAN, Newsmax etc. walked back from The Big Lie.

Presumably met with their lawyers and found out they have big financial exposure.

But what I said- it is The Truth here now, forever.


President Trump made a proclamation about the 2020 being known as The Big Lie, and momentarily you jump out with this BS... I'm sure a concerted effort by your minions in your various posts to disrupt search engines.  

KnoXi is a good little Nazi soldier.  

 

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: Rudy lied...

f.g. can never walk it back.

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: Rudy lied...

Similar purpose as f.g. is hit with a lawsuit from Capitol Police.

Funny how the lawyers all tell them the same thing.

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: Rudy lied...

Curiously, it appears that Fat Billy’s DOJ prepared that briefing but never delivered it. Apparently because of an ongoing criminal investigation.

Perhaps time will shed some light on all that.

rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: Maybe Guiliani wasn't warned but ....

The trump administration sure was, at the highest level:  "In late 2019, before Giuliani’s trip to Kyiv, U.S. intelligence agencies warned the Trump White House that Giuliani was the target of a Russian influence operation, as The Post reported last year. Officials became concerned after obtaining evidence, including communications intercepts, that showed Giuliani was interacting with people tied to Russian intelligence. The warnings led then-national security adviser Robert C. O’Brien to caution Trump that any information Giuliani brought back from Ukraine should be considered contaminated by Russia."

Again, to emphasize:" These warnings led National security adviser Robert C. O'Brien to caution trump that any information Giuliani brought back from Ukraine should be considered contaminated by Russia"

  Did trump ever stop pushing the Hunter scandal?  Not that I can remember.

 

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: Maybe Guiliani wasn't warned but ....

17 intelligence agencies agreed.

Lol

bruce MN
Advisor

Re: Maybe Guiliani wasn't warned but ....

It’s sorta becoming evident that the long succession of RW monster discoveries that never really get settled, but seem to easily stay alive has true believers thinking that everything works out that way.  Left to hang there...cattle futures, Vince Foster, Benghazi, Pizzagate, stolen election....what have you... to survive and thrive but nobody ever gets cuffed, frog marched or convicted.

So it’s not hard to see how you can presume that when it’s on the other foot it won’t end up the same.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Maybe Guiliani wasn't warned but ....

It's very simple, the left is above the law.

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: Maybe Guiliani wasn't warned but ....


@r3020 wrote:

It's very simple, the left is above the law.


Remember Hunter's laptop was just Russian disinformation?  The only thing more disgusting than   the collusion between the government and the media's to spread lies is the ravenous desire of these scum bags to eat it up without question.  The dumb suckers never catch on to what fools they look like.

bruce MN
Advisor

It’s a good thing that you are above party politics

No institutional involvement, as would be with so many Dennisinists.  Or Dennison himself for that matter.

Snip from David Gershwin:

‘Nothing about this is normal. The GOP is increasingly defined not by its shared beliefs, but by its shared delusions. To be a loyal Republican, one must be either a sucker or a liar. And because this defining falsehood is so obviously and laughably false, we can safely assume that most Republican leaders who embrace it fall into the second category. Knowingly repeating a lie — an act of immorality — is now the evidence of Republican fidelity.’

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/05/03/trump-republicans-big-lie/