Post by Alan Baker Post by SeaSnake Post by Alan Baker Post by SeaSnake Post by Alan Baker Post by SeaSnake Post by Alan Baker Post by SeaSnake Post by Alan Baker Post by SeaSnake Post by Siri Cruise
Democrats don't have to worry whether their associates are
talking to Meuller.
Having BOUGHT and PAID for him.
How did they do that?
In the swamp, duh.
Not really an answer?
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Who hired him as special counsel?
Who made that happen?
Who did make that happen?
DNC fake news.
This fooled the US intelligence agencies and the FBI into declaring
that Russian interfered with the election, did it?
I believe so, yes.
How'd they do that?
Stuxnet grade proxies is my estimation.
And your estimation is based on what actual evidence?
How did the false dossier come into being? As I understand it based on
the reporting I’ve seen, political opponents of Trump hired a British
company headed by an ex-spy to investigate Trump’s dealings with Russia
and his conduct in that country. It’s been reported that originally
anti-Trump Republicans retained the company’s services [or those of the
company that used the British company], but once Trump became the
nominee, or presumptive nominee, Democrats paid the freight.
The investigation generated the dossier. The information contained
therein, or at least some of it, almost certainly was concocted, perhaps
by shady sources in Russia.
How did the false dossier enter into the political bloodstream? I assume
the dossier was provided by the British company to the Democratic
political enemies of Trump who at that point were paying for the
Presumably, these enemies then sought to get it into circulation, quite
possibly through the efforts of one of the company’s principles — the
one who is said to be a former spy with a decent track record. Trump’s
political enemies appear to have received an assist from one or more of
our intelligence agencies and then from BuzzFeed.
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In fact the DNC may well have used their own hacking tools to
emulate the Russians.
They're quite without conscience you know.
I do not find it amusing.
I find you very amusing.
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It's a Dem manufactured fake crisis.
How did they do that? Be specific.
Fake news and scurrilous allegations and lies, duh.
That's not specific.
Post by Alan Baker
Guess you've got nothing.
All you have are denials and fake news.
You've provided nothing but your suppositions with absolutely no
concrete support or evidence.
They've provided nothing but fake news and there are no indictments at all.
The US intelligence agency reports aren't fake news.
Here’s a profoundly revealing passage from a front-page article in The
New York Times on Jan. 20, the day Mr. Trump was inaugurated:
“WASHINGTON — American law enforcement and intelligence agencies are
examining intercepted communications and financial transactions as part
of a broad investigation into possible links between Russian officials
and associates of President-elect Donald Trump.”
The article says that “no conclusive evidence of wrongdoing” was found,
but here’s the kicker:
“One official said intelligence reports based on some of the wiretapped
communications had been provided to the White House.”
Whoa. “Wiretapped communications?” Isn’t that what Mr. Trump alleged?
Post by Alan Baker
The many meetings with Russians that Trump aides and associates first
lied about, then admitted but lied some more about, then admitted to
more lies aren't fake news.
They're also not evidence of hacking or election tampering.
Donald Trump Jr. said he met with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya
last June at Trump Tower to discuss compromising information she said
she had on Hillary Clinton, but was disappointed when she changed the
subject to Russia's adoption policy.
"It quickly became clear that she had no meaningful information," Trump
Jr. said in a statement to the New York Times, and that the adoption
policy "was the true agenda all along and that the claims of potentially
helpful information were a pretext for the meeting."
Veselnitskaya would have had her own motivations for pivoting from
promises of dirt on Clinton to a discussion of Russia's adoption policy,
which was altered to bar American families from adopting Russian
children in retaliation for the signing of the Magnitsky Act in 2012.
The Magnitsky Act was passed to punish those suspected of being involved
in the death of Russian tax lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who uncovered a
$230 million tax fraud scheme in 2008 that implicated high-level Kremlin
officials and allies of President Vladimir Putin. The scheme quickly
snowballed into one of the biggest corruption scandals of Putin's tenure.
Magnitsky uncovered the scheme on behalf of the investment advisory firm
Hermitage Capital, which was at that point the largest investment firm
in Russia. Magnitsky was later thrown in jail by the same Interior
Ministry officers he testified against during criminal proceedings to
punish those involved in the tax scheme, Hermitage founder Bill Browder
recalled in 2015.
Magnitsky died in custody after being held for 358 days, and an
independent human-rights commission found he had been illegally arrested
and beaten. The Kremlin maintains that Magnitsky died of a heart attack.
"Since there was no possibility of getting justice for Sergei inside
Russia, I decided to seek justice outside of Russia," Browder wrote.
'That’s when I took his story to Washington."
No, YOU deal!