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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

5/15/20

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said...

 

I haven't seen any stories about it.

Can you provide a link to a trusted news site that is not a far right wing conspiracy blog?

 

 

Probably not one that would satisfy you, but if you insist, try these topics:

'Unmasking' the TRUTH ~~~  [2204]

It's COMEY DAY! Get the Popcorn!  contains an attachment [2825]

 

Both contain a variety of sources, but I believe you might find the histories, which the media is laboring hard to bury, quite eye opening. Unless, of course, your mind is clamped shut as tightly as Stephanie's appears to be.

ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

5/15/20

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said...

 

I think conservative thought has a strong basis in fear.

Fear of the unknown, strangers, neighbours, sexuality, women...

But mostly it is a fear of losing power over others.

 

 

You are free to think what you wish, but in the context of my post, highlighting a liberal's study, you seem to be denying SCIENCE!!! *chuckle*

ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

5/15/20

BerrySteph said...

Of course they entrapped him. It worked, he lied to them and was punished for it. Its what LE does all the time in the US.

You're only upset about it because it exposes the near-certainty that the Russians interfered with the disastrous Trump election.

 

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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

5/15/20

The Michael Flynn Debauchery

The people who administer the American system lost trust in that system and debased our institutions.

Barack Obama is turning into the reverse Oracle of Delphi. He sometimes gets it right for the wrong reasons.

Sensing the populist mood in 2008, he intoned about people “who get bitter, they cling to guns or religion.” Missed in translation was that these “people” thought elites like him were the ones who had separated culturally and politically from mainstream Americans.

Now he says the Justice Department’s decision to drop the case against Mike Flynn because of multiple prosecutorial violations of rules protecting defendants’ rights means “the rule of law is at risk.” Right subject, wrong lecture.

Herewith a tutorial. Back in the 1980s, writers for the Journal’s editorial page coined the phrase “inside the Beltway” to describe the moatlike highway around the nation’s capital, whose inhabitants had become politically and psychologically isolated from the rest of the country.

 

Many Americans then came to believe presidential elections were the one way they could send the Beltway a message. In 2016, we had an Earth-to-Beltway election, whose message was about more than Donald Trump.

Next year or 4½ years from now, Mr. Trump’s presidency will pass into history. Left behind, though, will be a permanent Washington establishment in which many Americans today have no trust. None.

In early 2017, the Flynn case wandered in and out of the news, but it always had a bad odor. What looked like a low-grade mistake by Mr. Flynn got built into a high-stakes prosecution, with special counsel Robert Mueller’s lawyers pressuring him with family and financial ruin unless he took a plea and helped them fry bigger fish in a Beltway-wide project—Donald Trump and Russian collusion.

Last week, after U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Jensen examined the Flynn record at the request of Attorney General William Barr, the Justice Department concluded that the abuse of Mr. Flynn’s rights was so egregious that it dropped the case.

What are Americans supposed to conclude when this event comes in the wake of Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s embarrassing report of how senior officials at the FBI and Justice used foreign intelligence warrants to crush Carter Page, a Trump campaign functionary?

 

Before that, the public dutifully read endless newspaper column inches about the pursuit by James Comey’s FBI of the manifestly preposterous Steele dossier (if this wasn’t a conspiracy theory, the phrase has no meaning), followed by Mr. Mueller’s team of Beltway lawyers ransacking lives to output a thick volume of unproven collusion suspicions, then handing it off to Adam Schiff’s House Intelligence Committee for more iterations of dragnet subpoenas, culminating in the wasted weeks of a Senate impeachment t
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MEDDLY

From: MEDDLY

5/15/20

"Cool as a cucumber for 11 straight hours of questions"

I need to download that Hearing and watch it again, just to wonder how IDIOTS decided to vote for a complete Senile f***tard who now is partially responsible for 86 thousand deaths (still more to come).

MEDDLY

From: MEDDLY

5/15/20

Now what? You felt alluded? Besides, I don't have the right to change the US misdirection (can't vote) so why worry?

ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

5/15/20

No worries. I was simply amused and decided to allude to the usual embrace of tyranny that I see these days from the ever tolerant Left.

Have a nice whatever.

 

MEDDLY

From: MEDDLY

5/15/20

"Have a nice whatever"

A nice afternoon, it's 5:10 PM AST where I live.

ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

5/15/20

4:19 CST here - so, you're on the East Coast?

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