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54 minutes ago, Peter said:

I am bewildered. What glaringly obvious evidence of a crime have you seen? A proven and convicted lying lawyer is not credible in a court of law. Public opinion? Our President can win there too. Hearing someone boast I have crap on Hillary and saying "Great!" is not a crime.    

You haven't been reading about the criminality of the Clinton Foundation? What she did as Secretary of State Including the use of an unsecured server for her emails, etc.?

--Brant 

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39 minutes ago, Peter said:

Lady Gaga will do anything to be in the news. The “news” will do anything to be in the news . . . and in your brain, Brant. Florence and the propaganda machine have been operating since Saint Hillary announced her “sure thing” when she declared for the Presidency. Remember the dead bodies that kept appearing back when Hillary and Bill were full of testosterone and running for reelection? But that hasn't happened with Trump. I am reconvening Jon’s ignore the idiots and breath freer policy. From the laughably corrupt left wing web:

 

Here’s a List of the Crimes That Made Donald Trump President. Hush money. The government has set forth how the campaign finance violations occurred, and Cohen,... Hacking. Last month, special counsel Mueller indicted 12 Russian military officers believed... Internet trolling. In February, Mueller’s team indicted another 13 Russians who worked...

 

From Politicus USA: Donald Trump operates like a typical mob boss, in charge of an organized crime family. As events of the past week have shown, he surrounds himself with sleazy characters who live in the shadows and commit many different types of crimes, most of which they are never held accountable for. Reading the indictments written by special counsel Mueller and his team it is hard not to be impressed with just now many different crimes each person has been charged with. The Manafort and Gates indictments read like novellas, filled with plot twists, mystery and intrigue. The indictments against 12 Russian intelligence agents were incredibly detailed, showing Putin and his pals just how much U.S. intelligence agencies know — and can prove — about their nefarious activities. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with the sheer volume of evidence and accusations, but according to the Washington Post there are three primary criminal acts that made Trump president.

 

Hush money.  The government has set forth how the campaign finance violations occurred, and Cohen, as part of his plea deal, agreed to the government’s description of what happened. The fact that David Pecker is cooperating with prosecutors gives even more credibility to Cohen’s claims of how crimes were committed just before the 2016 election. Pecker began helping Trump bury unfavorable stories in August of 2015, just after his bid for the presidency was announced.

 

The first documented payment was in 2016 when $150,000 was paid to Karen McDougal. The payment was made with a commitment by Cohen to repay the money. This transaction was talked about in the recording released by Cohen and his attorney last month.

 

Hacking.   Last month, special counsel Mueller indicted 12 Russian military officers believed to work for the country’s Main Intelligence Directorate, or GRU. In other words, they are senior level Russian spies. These are the people who are thought to have illegally gained access to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) computer network. They are also charged with hacking into the email account of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta. 

 

In June of 2016 many files stolen by the hackers were given to WikiLeaks, which subsequently released to the public two groups of these documents stolen from the DNC and Podesta. Many crimes were committed during this process and Mueller’s indictments say that the Russians violated several federal conspiracy and identity-theft laws.

 

Internet trolling.  In February, Mueller’s team indicted another 13 Russians who worked for a shady company based in Moscow called the Internet Research Agency (IRA). This is the group that created phony social media accounts and used them extensively to create discord within the United States during the months preceding the 2016 election. Several members of IRA came to the United States during the election campaign period. They hired Americans to cause trouble at campaign events.The actions taken by these people also violated identity-theft, fraud and conspiracy laws of the United States. And U.S. intelligence agencies have confirmed that all of these illegal activities had the goal of helping Trump become president.

 

Other crimes.  There may have been additional crimes committed that helped Donald Trump become president. We still don’t know all the details of the meeting that took place in Trump Tower on June 9, 2016 between Trump campaign officials (Manafort, Kushner, and Don Jr.) and at least one Russian. Reportedly another meeting took place in advance of that meeting, including campaign officials and the candidate himself. Crimes may have been committed before, during and after these meetings.

 

One thing we know for sure is that Donald Trump won the presidency — in the electoral college — by the narrowest of margins. Due to close wins in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, fewer than 78,000 votes gave Trump the presidency (0.06 percent of the  total votes cast).

 

We may never know if the crimes that occurred caused Hillary Clinton to lose those three states to Trump, but we do know that many crimes were committed for the express purpose of making Trump president — and it appears that the president himself has been implicated in them. 

 

When all the evidence has been presented and verified it will become clear that Donald Trump is both a criminal and an illegitimate president.

Hilarious!

--Brant

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4 minutes ago, Brant Gaede said:

You haven't been reading about the criminality of the Clinton Foundation? What she did as Secretary of State Including the use of an unsecured server for her emails, etc.?

When will charges be laid?  It's been six years since she left office -- and there are no new criminal investigations underway or on order.

Justice report slams James Comey's actions with FBI in Clinton email case
William Barr, attorney general nominee, backs away from prior comments pushing Clinton Foundation investigation
Russian Uranium One Deal And Hillary Clinton In The News Again

The QAnon corps has been referring to an impending Clinton arrest since Day One of the hoax:

QFirstDroppings.png

 

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22 minutes ago, Brant Gaede said:

Hilarious!

--Brant

This is no laughing matter. Doctor Strangelove.

And here is your reward, winner of many medals. How often have you heard these, but not in 30 years. Two blasts from the late, mid sixties explaining how old Granddads romantically got here which begot you young whippersnappers. So be patient and they will leave it all to you.

Turn-Down Day by The Cyrkle (pronounced circle) It's much too groovy a summer's day
To waste running 'round in the city But here on the sand I can dream away Or look at the girls in their pretty.

It's a turn down day, nothin' on my mind. It's a turn down day and I dig it. There's nothing easier I can do. Than lyin' around doing nothing. It's a turn down day, just a turn 'round day. It's a turn down day and I dig it . . . .

Red Rubber Ball by The Cyrkle. I should have known you'd bid me farewell
There's a lesson to be learned from this and I learned it very well
Now I know you're not the only starfish in the sea
If I never hear your name again, it's all the same to me

And I think it's gonna be all right. Yeah, the worst is over now. The mornin' sun is shinin' like a red rubber ball

You never care for secrets I confide. For you I'm just an ornament, somethin' for your pride
Always runnin', never carin', that's the life you live. Stolen minutes of your time were all ya had to give. And I think it's gonna be all right. Yeah, the worst is over now.

The mornin' sun is shinin' like a red rubber ball.

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Brant, isn’t it cute when someone observes that Huber, Horowitz, Gowdy, Barr, Sessions,, Whitaker, etc don’t tell everything they are doing and then they think that’s how they can know what they are NOT doing? “If the nice people on the magic screen on the wall haven’t told me about an investigation, then there can’t be one.” Painful, but cute.

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Trump can’t just up and arrest them all in January 2017, that would’ve gotten him JFK’d. But CIA has been changed over at the top, by Pompeo, now at State. Along with FBI, DOJ, State. It’s big and it all had/has to be de–fanged first. Arrests come last. He has a target on his back now, so there’d be no point backing down now.

Just six minutes long,  listen carefully ...

Some highlights:

00:00   “Our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt political establishment with a new government controlled by you, the American People.

02:20  “The Clinton Machine is at the center of this power structure,

03:33  “The Clintons are criminals. Remember that. This is well documented. And the establishment that protects them has engaged in a massive coverup of criminal activity at the State Department and the Clinton Foundation in order to keep the Clintons in power.”

05:22  Body posture holding a gun, “ I’m doing this ... ”

 

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Regarding early Q statements about HRC arrest, since we do not know everything we do not know whether she was arrested on those dates, or not. (Arrests, subsequent releases and many other things can occur even though the nice faces on the magic screen on the wall didn’t say anything about them.)

Q is not news or a newsletter to Trump supporters. The best description I think, would be psychological operation, such as are conducted by a group within an intelligence agency. It appears that Q is allied with Trump because he could disavow Q but he never has. The media could ask Trump about Q but they never have.

Psyops is a fascinating art, it’s a very deep subject. It leans heavily on human psychology and game theory. Misinformation can be used not just to confuse or cause doubt, but to draw out, as well. I will explain by reference to a WWII trick some GIs used with success. Our soldiers carried  the M1 Garand rifle. That rifle is loaded by inserting a bandolier, which is one object consisting of 8 rounds (8 bullets) held together with a little metal cage. Upon firing the 8th round the little metal cage is ejected directly up from the gun and falls at your feet. Then you put in another bandolier, pull the trigger eight times, little cage is ejected, and so on.

Those little metal cages ring while they are flying through the air. They make a loud “Ping” at ejection and they keep ringing until they come to rest on the ground. It is loud, like striking a brass bell. It is captured well in Saving Private Ryan.

What all that meant is that the enemy could well know when you were out of ammo and you were reloading, especially if you were alone. The enemy could stay down while you fired and wait for the 8th shot with the ping, then jump up and fire at you, or run and get closer, knowing you would be reloading and unable to shoot.

The GIs figured out this was being used against them and had some success neutralizing it through misinformation.

If you were in a gunfight alone and the enemy was brazenly advancing every time you reloaded, you knew they were exploiting your pings. When backup arrived you could tell them “These guys think I’m alone, let’s ping them. 100 yards, behind the larger rock.” Your backup would get into good, prepared shooting positions, you would produce your ping, and the enemy would all be dropped dead when they jumped up.

Have you ever heard of a dead-man’s switch? Do this if I am arrested, do that if I am murdered. But whose fingers are on those switches? If they think the Boss is being arrested tomorrow they will activate,  exposing themselves. Boss isn’t being arrested, but they fall for the trick and expose a bunch of boss’s operation.

”Q lied! Q mispredicted!” comes from a place of total misunderstanding of what Q is, what it is for and what it is doing.

Q posts can be found here:

https://qmap.pub

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 At 04:30,

Trump:

"When you look at what happened at he FBI at the top levels with [Andrew] McCabe and the dishonesty, [James] Comes and the dishonesty."

 

Hannity:

"James Baker has said he thought Hillary should be indicted."

 

Trump:

"That's right, James Baker, he is another one who was dismissed. You look at [Peter] Strzok and his lover, Lisa Page, and you look at what went on with that whole deal with the "insurance policy" — the insurance policy just in case she [Hillary] loses. I will tell you it's a very dishonest group of people. I've done a great service to this country by exposing it. You look at what happened there and at [Department of] Justice. They call it justice but it hasn't been justice. When you take a look at what's gone on — I'm very proud of the fact we've exposed a lot of people — it's like, twelve? Somebody said much more than that now. This is great dishonesty at a very high level. We can't let that happen to our country.

 

Hannity:

"We have equal justice under the law, equal application of our laws. We had a "Russian Dossier " influence the American People against you, and then it was used to spy on your campaign through an associate, violating his constitutional rights. We have a new Attorney General."

 

Trump: "I think we have a great Attorney General, I hope, and I think he's going to do a terrific job. He's smart, he's tough. He loves the country and he loves the Department of Justice. He loves the Department of Justice, and the FBI. Bill Barr is, I think, going to be exceptional, and you need someone exceptional because it has to be cleaned out. Whats gone on there, for years, has been terrible. You look at [Bruce] Orr and Orr's wife, who worked for GPS Fusion — and they're the ones who did this phony report, the fake dossier. It's a hornet's nest and I think Bill is going to do a great job."

 

 

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Dana Perino on Fox was just saying the 13th Demoncrat has announced they are running for President.

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On 2/28/2019 at 12:09 PM, Jon Letendre said:

Brant, isn’t it cute when someone observes that Huber, Horowitz, Gowdy, Barr, Sessions,, Whitaker, etc don’t tell everything they are doing and then they think that’s how they can know what they are NOT doing? “If the nice people on the magic screen on the wall haven’t told me about an investigation, then there can’t be one.” Painful, but cute.

Then there's the unnamed and unnameable entity on the magic screen of 8chan going under the pseudonym of Q ...

https://qanon.pub/?q=whitaker

q2955.png

Entity Q sure spends a lot of time on an 8chan imageboard for a top-ranking government employee slash Secret Agent.  

Some rationalists might suspect that Q is a hoax -- and that he or she or them are simply reacting to news reports. From The Hill:

Whitaker out at Justice Department

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Former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has left the Department of Justice.

A Justice Department spokesman told The Hill that Whitaker’s last day was Saturday but did not expand on the circumstances surrounding his departure or his plans after leaving. It is unclear where Whitaker might go, including whether he might seek another role in the Trump administration.

Whitaker served as the chief of staff for former Attorney General Jeff Sessions until November, when President Trump tapped him to lead the department temporarily following Sessions’s ouster. Sessions resigned at Trump’s request the day after the November midterm elections, after enduring months of criticism from the president over his decision to recuse himself from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

Whitaker’s departure comes less than three weeks after William Barr was confirmed as Trump’s next attorney general. Barr was widely expected to bring new blood to top leadership roles in the department, raising questions about Whitaker’s tenure.

Whitaker, a former U.S. attorney in Iowa, quickly emerged as a controversial figure as a result of his past criticisms of Mueller’s investigation, which he began overseeing when he took the reins at the Justice Department. Democrats and other Trump critics feared that Whitaker would take steps to impede Mueller’s probe. 

Whitaker endured a contentious appearance before the House Judiciary Committee last month, during which he was grilled on the Mueller investigation and his communications with Trump. Whitaker insisted he did not interfere with the investigation and that Trump did not ask him to make commitments or promises with respect to Mueller’s probe or other investigations. But he angered Democrats by refusing to directly answer several inquiries during the public testimony. 

[...]

 

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7 hours ago, Peter said:

Dana Perino on Fox was just saying the 13th Demoncrat has announced they are running for President.

Peter,

With thirteen Dems and only one Repub, Trump is outnumbered, huh?

If I were a Dem, I would already be celebrating Trump's defeat...

:evil:  :)

Michael

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2 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Peter,

With thirteen Dems and only one Repub, Trump is outnumbered, huh?

If I were a Dem, I would already be celebrating Trump's defeat...

:evil:  :)

Michael

Today, Babe Ruth played against the struggling Chicago Commie red sox and it wasn't even close. The Babe pitched, caught the balls being returned by a backstop, and fielded all the grounders. Then he batted and hit homer after homer as the rest of the Yankees led by Paul Ryan just stared and mumbled amongst themselves from the dugout.  

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