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1 No collusion absolutely no collusion on 7/31/2018, 1:14 am

How many times has trump said that? You know who I've not heard it from? Robert Mueller

Old Bob seems like a nose to the grindstone type of guy and that has to be scaring the living s*it out of trump.

Right wing media is banging the collusion in not a crime drums like a John Bonham solo. And it's true collusion is not a crime. A lot of the things that go along with it is though.

Did you catch Rudy's show today? Giuliani said he had heard from reporters that Cohen is saying there was a meeting before the Trump Tower meeting, with several Trump aides, about “the strategy of the meeting with the Russians.”
With Donald Jr., Jared [Kushner], [Paul] Manafort [pauses, slaps his head, trying to remember] and two others — Gates and one other person. Then Rudy says
We checked with their lawyers — the ones we could check with, so four of the six. That meeting never, ever took place. It didn’t happen!

Ok Rudy I believe you I'm a liar too.

Let's back up now to Mr. Gates.
Mr. Gates was not at this meeting that didn't take place. Mr. Gates is set to testify at a little trial that starts today.
I wonder if some collusion happened.
It's not a crime .

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GODDAMN, that Aretha can sing!

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Never mind...

Actually, Trump posting 600 times today about the Mueller probe is proof that he’s got everything under control. - Patrick Monahan



Maybe we can combine the Religious Liberty Task Force with the Space Force and launch these intolerant bigoted fvckfaces into the sun. - Jeff Tiedrich


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Floodwaters rushing into the WH, but POTUS is only up to his knees.
Giuliani swims by and says, "We're all drowning! How come you’re only up to your knees?"
Trump smiles and sez,  "I'm standingon Don Jr.!"- Bette Midler


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Trump’s demise has been greatly exaggerated
By Kyle Smith July 28, 2018 | 9:45am | Updated

This time they’ve surely got him. Pack your bags, Mr. President. The game is up. Because this week we learned that . . . that . . . well, there’s this tape, see, recorded by Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen in September of 2016, during which the then-presidential candidate discussed setting up a company for the purpose of paying off alleged former paramour Karen McDougal to make her go away.

Did Trump and Cohen actually pay her off? No, but . . . but . . . c’mon, it would have been a campaign-finance violation! If it had happened. Or it was sort of a campaign-finance violation once removed, because the company that owns the National Enquirer paid for the rights to the McDougal story but then never ran anything on it, and maybe Trump knew about this!

Trump-is-doomed stories are one of the media’s favorite fairy tales. Remember when you saw “Peter Pan” when you were 4 and you actually thought that clapping for Tinkerbell would bring her back to life? Pundits think that if they cheer loudly enough for Trump to get eighty-sixed, it’ll happen. His (first?) term in office is more than a third over, and the Very Serious Commentators have been ushering him out the door the entire time. Or at least they’ve been trying to. It turns out that Trump doesn’t pay a lot of attention to the usher-pundits.

“Michael Cohen and the End Stage of the Trump Presidency,” ran a headline in The New Yorker. That was back on April 14. Writer Adam Davidson gravely averred, “This is the week we know, with increasing certainty, that we are entering the last phase of the Trump Presidency. This doesn’t feel like a prophecy; it feels like a simple statement of the apparent truth.”

Can something really be a “certainty” if its odds are still “increasing”? Death is a certainty. The likelihood of it occurring is, however, quite stable.

But, hey, Davidson could be right. Remember when Karl Marx said it was an inevitable historical fact that capitalism would die? It’s only been 150 years — give the man time! By contrast, recall that, a year before Davidson turned The New Yorker into his personal prophecy-delivery system, The Independent promised (May 18, 2017), “This is how Donald Trump’s presidency will crumble in the next year.” Amateurish. Never supply an expiration date that could falsify your claim. Be thunderously certain, pundits — but be vague in your certainty.

Another favorite pundit trick is the “closing wall” metaphor. Stand clear of your closing walls, Mr. President! New York City Congressman Jerry Nadler said on May 21 that Trump “is very upset that the walls are closing in, and that the investigators are closing in on him.” Nadler was echoing Stephen Colbert, from April 11 (“The walls have been closing in on the president, and he’s not happy,”) and The Daily Beast of March 12 (“The Walls Are Closing in on Trump”).

These walls are certainly taking their time. “The walls are closing in on Donald Trump — and he’s starting to lose it,” claimed The New Republic back on May 18, 2017. That was a year and a quarter ago. Have you ever heard of closing walls that moved so imperceptibly that after 15 months, there was still no movement discernible to the naked eye? These walls are moving more slowly than the plot of “Blade Runner 2049.”

There’s really no need for the walls to smush Trump, though, because the noose will surely get him first. Lawrence O’Donnell of MSNBC said on Jan. 10, “The noose is tightening around the Trump White House and the Trump family.” Trump is “shocked that the noose is tightening,” said Mika Brzezinski on “Morning Joe.” That was back on Dec. 5. Senator and not-quite-vice-president Tim Kaine detected the noose way back in May 2017, when he said, “We have a deeply insecure president who understands the noose is tightening because of this Russia investigation.” This was about 65 weeks ago, when Trump fired James Comey. Remember how that was absolutely definitely certainly going to bring down Trump?

It was the Daily Kos that really had Trump nailed, in a piece called “Trump Endgame.” This one warned us that “events are escalating rapidly with the Trump regime” and that “Trump is not capable of a slow stripping of democratic norms, processes and rights . . . he wants to win it now . . . we are in a struggle, the fate of the nation is at stake.” Etcetera. Etcetera.

This piece (which speculated hopefully that maybe “Trump is forced out in a coup”) ran on Jan. 30, 2017 — 10 days into the Trump presidency.

Don’t despair, activists and fantasists and rageaholics. Keep clapping like you did for Tinkerbell when you were 4. If you ever lose faith in fairy tales and it occurs to you that Trump isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, though, there is something you can do. You can keep smashing up Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with a pickax. That’ll show him!


Kyle Smith is critic-at-large at National Review.

There will be no indictment.  There will be no impeachment.  Count on it.  Get used to it.

And Trump will be re-elected because
A.  He's doing a GREAT job, and
B. The Democrats have nothing and nobody  

Four more years !!! MAGA !

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Preach on Katy Tur...

The President's lawyer himself is denying the President himself hacked into the DNC and the Clinton campaign, which is strange because no one has accused the President of hacking into the DNC or the Clinton campaign.

The President's lawyer is now denying that the president himself met with a group of Russians at Trump Tower, which is strange because no one has accused the President of meeting with a group of Russians at Trump Tower.

The President's lawyer is now denying that there was a meeting to talk strategy ahead of the Trump Tower meeting, which is strange, because no one has mentioned anything about a strategy session ahead of the Trump Tower meeting.

So what the heck is going on? Well, the President's lawyer is arguing that colluding with Russia isn't a crime. Which is strange, because the President has been telling us for over a year now that there was not any collusion.

The president's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, is also arguing that there isn't a single stitch of evidence of collusion. Which is strange, because that's just not true, and it's even less true now than it's ever been.

Guys, you've got to wonder if Rudy Giuliani's bizarre string of claims today is a reaction to a string of rapid-fire developments, all of which raise legitimate questions about collusion. The President's long-time attorney is now suggesting that the President lied when he said he didn't know that his campaign met with Russians after being told those Russians would have dirt on Hillary Clinton. That comes after the White House spent the last two weeks trying to clean up the mess after the President basically covered for Russia's crimes while standing next to the guy who ordered those crimes be committed.

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Did Trump and Cohen actually pay her off? No, but . . . but . . . c’mon, it would have been a campaign-finance violation! If it had happened.

It did happen. Do you even understand inchoate crime? There will be a ricco conspiracy count which will cite what already is known. The Trump campaign was arranging meetings with Russian government representatives to get dirt on Hillary. Let me help you. Ron and Joe decide that they will rob a bank and meet with a teller to discuss the robbery. The feds are taping that meeting and arrest the teller, Ron and Joe for conspiracy to rob the bank. They did not have to rob the bank for the crime to be indicted and folks going to jail. At least do some elementary reading before you make statements which do not comport with the law. Mueller has enough right now, but with a conspiracy you need to get all the players........but if you are confused now, you will not be confused once the testimony from Paul Manafort's trial begins and you learn what a crime is.......sorry.....President Trump and his son are in trouble.

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Giuliani is calling into Fox News to clarify his collusion comments. "My client didn't do it, and even if he did it, it's not a crime."


If collusion isn't a crime, why is it that Trump keeps saying that HRC should be investigated for colluding with Russians?


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ConservaLady wrote:

]Remember when you saw “Peter Pan” when you were 4 and you actually thought that clapping for Tinkerbell would bring her back to life?


Tinkerbell... that's kinda like Jesus, isn't it? Very Happy

I love when people who believe the Bible think they can mock other people by using references to fairy tales. You simply have no clue which camp you're in, do you, sweetheart? Smile

You've reached adulthood and still have a boogeyman under your bed. Your "reasoning" and "logic" have brought you to that conclusion. Do you think anyone serious is ever going to really listen to your opinion on anything? Very Happy

Cling to your fantasies about there being enough of you to re-elect Trump. He squeaked through like a dog at the fence the first time, losing the popular vote by three million and only getting the electoral college by a combined total of 78,000 votes spread over four swing states... that's a smaller crowd than Springsteen often plays to. And that's when a few people were giving him a chance just 'cuz they hated Hilary, and before he wore out the country with all his corruption.

Trump, and you crazy theocratic bigot pieces of shit who support him, are getting eradicated soon. And once we get back in power, oh, man, we're not going to forget the way you sKKKumbags treated the rest of the country. The backlash is coming and it's gonna smack you right in your ugly fuckin' mug so goddamn hard you'll have to finally face how much the rest of the country despises you. Very Happy With the damage Trump's done to it, the Republican brand is going to be gutted, possibly permanently. Demographics are against you, and nobody's going to trust you idiots to ever take the wheel again. So, yep, enjoy the waning days of Trump in power, because you're going to need something to look back fondly on for the rest of your sorrowful life. Twisted Evil

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zsomething wrote:The backlash is coming and it's gonna smack you right in your ugly fuckin' mug so goddamn hard you'll have to finally face how much the rest of the country despises you.  Very Happy   With the damage Trump's done to it, the Republican brand is going to be gutted, possibly permanently. Demographics are against you, and nobody's going to trust you idiots to ever take the wheel again.   So, yep, enjoy the waning days of Trump in power, because you're going to need something to look back fondly on for the rest of your sorrowful life. Twisted Evil

Utterly, sadly, true. That it took the nation's going to hell in a hand basket with Trump at the helm is the horrible part.

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The indictment is certain. Roger Stone will be indicted as the madam gave her testimony to the grand jury which Mueller controls, not NY, or Virginia. The use of the word collusion is imprecise. The word conspiracy is precise. These folks at some variant level all participated in knowingly getting help in the campaign from the Russians and it does not require that it never advanced beyond the conspiracy to break the law, and it does NOT require that Mueller show an actual payment. My guess is that he does have financial information which involves fund transfers to agents of Donald Trump......how far they go back to establish the nexus of the conspiracy would never be telegraphed in the media. The one thing which has been true is that the Mueller investigation has made their public announcements regarding indictments......and the media and public were completely in the dark.......to now argue that in the dark, these same people have an answer is laughable. The prima facia case against Donald Trump Jr. will get him indicted. He will be found guilty. His father will pardon him before leaving office.

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2seaoat wrote:The indictment is certain.  Roger Stone will be indicted ....

Anybody else see that documentary called "Get Me Roger Stone"? I saw it on Netflix last year. Man ... that is one slimy dude!

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EmeraldGhost wrote:Anybody else see that documentary called "Get Me Roger Stone"?   I saw it on Netflix last year.  Man ... that is one slimy dude!

Gosh, I missed it. What political party does he prefer?

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Deus X wrote:
EmeraldGhost wrote:Anybody else see that documentary called "Get Me Roger Stone"?   I saw it on Netflix last year.  Man ... that is one slimy dude!

Gosh, I missed it. What political party does he prefer?



The very very slimy party. You know, the one with crazy members that have tattoos of Tricky Dick Nixon on their backs.

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