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gh2002gh
Senior Contributor

This doesn't look good for the traitors...

Recordings work both ways...

"Because Halper had seemed increasingly erratic in our dealings, making it difficult to advance my doctoral work, I requested to start recording our conversations back in 2015 to document his guidance."

"48 hours before the leak was published, my former supervisor Halper eerily laid out what was about to happen to Flynn, something he had no independent reason to know."

https://taibbi.substack.com/p/the-spies-who-hijacked-america 

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sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...

I'd be cautious with that guy.   Distractions and diversions abound.

 

gh2002gh
Senior Contributor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...


@sam1wiseone wrote:

I'd be cautious with that guy.   Distractions and diversions abound.

 


Agree.  I wouldn't trust anyone in that circle to tell the whole truth, or what could be considered a shade of the truth.  But I do trust them to bury one another trying to save themselves as they lose faith that they will be saved by the swamp. 

Seems that most in that game keep evidence to be used as leverage in times when the judicial system comes calling. 

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...

Yep, he comes out now 3 years late.  Is he CYA or diverting attention like Yates and Graham.

bruce MN
Advisor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...

Saw that and read it last night. 

Somebody trying to get in ahead of the rush in the “be somebody when the smoke clears” line. 

Dunham, or at least his boss, probably tearing hair out this morning. This was all supposed to be simple. Now all of these periphrial characters.  

The winger “trutherism” has never been about Justice. Only political chaos surrounding narrow claims. All of this peripheral commotion might make it hard to continue to appear sonerous and deeply serious over those key well known awful people. 

Hats off to Tiabbi for publishing it.  

bruce MN
Advisor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...

We’ll know more when Li’ Linz prints it off and waves it in front of the cameras.

Or when the pit stains on Gym Jordan descend all the way down to his belt line.

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...

BTW, how would you have the intelligence and counter intel communities proceed when a semi-hostile foreign power is acting on behalf of one candidate and engaging with affiliated cutouts?

It is a messy business, and one that nobody except Hollywood really expected to have to face.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...

It is the intel communities that were hostile, not the foreign community. When it was Richard Nixon people went to jail.

sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...


@bruce MN wrote:

Saw that and read it last night. 

Somebody trying to get in ahead of the rush in the “be somebody when the smoke clears” line. 

Dunham, or at least his boss, probably tearing hair out this morning. This was all supposed to be simple. Now all of these periphrial characters.  

The winger “trutherism” has never been about Justice. Only political chaos surrounding narrow claims. All of this peripheral commotion might make it hard to continue to appear sonerous and deeply serious over those key well known awful people. 

Hats off to Tiabbi for publishing it.  


Nothing simple about the whole thing Bruce, allot of people involved and many crimes committed, allot of very powerful people both R's and D's in the crosshairs.    And this is completely about justice.  Will justice be served, couldn't tell you, but the evidence is largely in the public domain now.   Traitors to the constitution will continue to cover their eyes.

bruce MN
Advisor

Re: This doesn't look good for the traitors...

I’ve never used this before.... but here goes....

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