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#121 SimonH

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Posted 05 December 2017 - 02:16 PM

It’s very funny how Russia is suddenly the enemy to those on the left when for years the right was mocked for being paranoid and too hard on Russia. In reality, Russia should be a friend and ally. For all intents and purposes they are culturally the same as the rest of Europe. Why do we treat the Chinese communists better than our Russian friends? Do they just pay the right people or what

In a way that relates to the arts and to intellectual achievements. Yes.

In any other way. No.

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#122 rmpeers

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Posted 06 December 2017 - 11:45 AM

While Breitbart has its own spin on the ABC error, there are two things that should come out of it. One, legitimate media will acknowledge an error and correct it. Second what Flynn did, and who ordered him to do it, may still turn out to be traitorous actions against the U.S. Whatever the timing, whether he was the candidate or the president elect just means the degree to which they sold out their country. We'll see how this all plays out over the next few months.

I think Bannon's inevitable support for Roy Moore tells you everything you need to know about Breitbart.
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#123 Mike K.

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 07:40 AM

More folks on Mueller’s investigative team are under scrutiny following revelations that they have ties to the DNC or have shown support for the party. A judge has also recused himself without explanation from the Mueller investigation. The judge had been appointed to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which grants exactly what one imagines it grants. There is speculation the judge was involved in surveillance of either Flynn, the Trump campaign, or both, but there is no proof that that was the case.

The past week also had the media scrambling once again to right wrongs after publishing fake bombshells, one involving a poorly vetted CNN story relating to Wikileaks and the Trump campaign which was revealed to have been false, and another referring to Deutsche Bank having been subpoenaed for Trump and his family’s financial records as part of Mueller’s investigation, which also turned out to be untrue. Bloomberg and Reuters were caught in that one.

All seems rather quiet on the Flynn front thus far as the world awaits the outcome of his decision to plead guilty to lying to the FBI.

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#124 Greg

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 12:05 PM

So now we celebrate when a presidential administration goes an entire week without a co-conspirator being indicted?

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