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Re: GOP’s Steele dossier conspiracy theory was dealt a big blow this weekend

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rk9152 wrote:

Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  It's content has no connection to - Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".

 

 

Hilarious....."spy on American citizens for partisan purposes". You probably would have preferred that the Trump campaign been allowed to keep doing it's business with a hostile foreign power unhindered, but the FBI doesn't work that way. LOL


I guess we will just have to agree to disagree. I do not consider the politicization of the FBI as "hilarious" or "LOL".


But you do find lying, distorting the facts, demeaning law enforcement and getting trump off the hook "fair game".  Very un-American, IMO.


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Re: GOP’s Steele dossier conspiracy theory was dealt a big blow this weekend

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rk9152 wrote:

Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  It's content has no connection to - Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".

 

 

Hilarious....."spy on American citizens for partisan purposes". You probably would have preferred that the Trump campaign been allowed to keep doing it's business with a hostile foreign power unhindered, but the FBI doesn't work that way. LOL


I guess we will just have to agree to disagree. I do not consider the politicization of the FBI as "hilarious" or "LOL".


IF that were true, one would expect you to oppose the political party that has been using lies and slander to destroy the credibility of the FBI. The only reason for such action is to make the public first distrust then disrespect and finally dissolve the object of the slander.

 

The Republican party has used that sleazy and underhanded Nazi-approved method to attack Hillary, Teachers, Unions, the legitimate Free Press, the poor and minorities for decades.

 

Is it possible to really believe other people will not see what GOPers are trying to do when they turn their Propaganda Ministry and lofo base against the greatest investigative service in the World, the FBI, to prevent it from obstructing the greatest manipulator of people and facts in the World, the FSB nee KGB?  Sorry to burst your Republibubble, but people are on to the GOPerLords.

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Re: GOP’s Steele dossier conspiracy theory was dealt a big blow this weekend

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rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

john258 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

It appears that the line is that the phony dossier was "a" not "the" basis for the FISA warrant. And how do we know that? Well "unnamed sources", of course.

 

How 'bout that - I figured it out from the Times, didn't need Hannity.

 

I was flattered that Jim and I were mentioned by the New York Times in their article.


Have no fear you were not. Well it is now out, and we have the truth, and that puts an end to what the Reb. and far right have been telling us. It once again proves why the far right are unfit to govern. Lets see if the followers now try and change what they have said. We have seen one Reb. Senator who was part of the crew putting out the lies say he is glad it was released.


Right you are, John.  trump is a good example of someone whose ego is so big, he's unable to admit he was wrong; just as you're seeing from some of his Cult Members here. 


I'll try again - You can "try" as many times as you like, but most here are familiar with your lies and distortions. Some might consider it more appropriate to discuss particular areas of disagreement than to call a fellow poster a liar. For some posters, that is a no-no. if you focused on speaking the truth, it wouldn't be an issue.

 

According to the NYT -It appears that the line is that the phony dossier Another LIE, "rk", the dossier isn't "phony" as you claim; it's a REAL document and much has been proven to be true.  was "a" not "the" basis for the FISA warrant.  Another LIE is your claim the Times called the dossier "phony".  TWO LIES, one sentence.  Typical.  And how do we know that? Well "unnamed sources", of course.

There you go again with that "LIE" stuff which for some is a no-no.  But sadly, not for you.  Focus on truth, not distortion, it's not difficul.  And speaking of.....dare I say "intellectual dishonesty" - I never said the Times called it phony - I did.  Yes, you did. It's there for all to see. You defend a lie with another lie?  Priceless.

 

So what we have is the DNC and the campaign hiring a firm to create a "hit-piece" on the opposition TWO MORE LIES in just one sentence AGAIN!!!  The DNC and campaign didn't "hire a firm"; a Conservative did. AND, it wasn't a "hit-piece" as you claim.  and the FBI then using the "hit-piece" in the acquisition of FISA approval to spy on Americans - coincidentally part of the opposition in the campaign.  More lies......the FBI didn't use a "hit piece", they used Australian sources who were told of the discussions with Russia well before they were approached by Steele, the author of the dossier.  The challenge you have is when you regurgitate the lies from Limblah and Fox, you become the perpetrator of lies.

"LIES" again - Of course, because you continue distorting the truth.  gee, I wish Imhad (sic) your freedom.  The DNC hired Fusion GPS to produce the dossier in question. No, they didn't. The GOP did. Another lie.  The Australian had nothing to do with the dossier Another distortion....no one suggested he did.  - that was a campaign toll for Hillary. Huh? And, as always, Fox and El Rushbo. I do not see their connection Of course you don't, no one suggested you could.

 

Call it a "conspiracy theory" if that makes your heart go pitter-patter, but there is no denying the corruption of the DOJ under Obama. LMAO!  Yet you can't prove anything; just spewing the Conservative gossip.....I do not consider the corruption of the DOJ to be a laughing matter. I consider it a lying matter.... But, to each his (or her) own.  But you do find a corrupt and lying President "acceptable".  That tell everyone all they need to know.


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Re: GOP’s Steele dossier conspiracy theory was dealt a big blow this weekend

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Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  It's content has no connection to - Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".

 

 

Hilarious....."spy on American citizens for partisan purposes". You probably would have preferred that the Trump campaign been allowed to keep doing it's business with a hostile foreign power unhindered, but the FBI doesn't work that way. LOL


I guess we will just have to agree to disagree. I do not consider the politicization of the FBI as "hilarious" or "LOL".

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john258 wrote:

ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152: 

It appears that the line is that the phony dossier was "a" not "the" basis for the FISA warrant.

 

 

I'd like to know why you're so hung up on the FISA warrant. Nothing at all wrong or unseemly if one was needed, so why do you care about a mundane investigative tool?


Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".


You did not read the entire dossier that Feinstein released did you?


The far right leadership has not put that out yet so none of the followers have read about, and do not know what to say. Wait a day or so and you will see the canned answer from all of them.


And when will moveon.com or daily kos come out with a story explaining the connection between the released content and using a partisan "hit-piece" to acquire approval to spy on American citizens?

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rk9152:  It's content has no connection to - Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".

 

 

Hilarious....."spy on American citizens for partisan purposes". You probably would have preferred that the Trump campaign been allowed to keep doing it's business with a hostile foreign power unhindered, but the FBI doesn't work that way. LOL

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ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152: 

It appears that the line is that the phony dossier was "a" not "the" basis for the FISA warrant.

 

 

I'd like to know why you're so hung up on the FISA warrant. Nothing at all wrong or unseemly if one was needed, so why do you care about a mundane investigative tool?


Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".


You did not read the entire dossier that Feinstein released did you?


It's content has no connection to - Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".

 

Do you see it differently?

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ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152: 

It appears that the line is that the phony dossier was "a" not "the" basis for the FISA warrant.

 

 

I'd like to know why you're so hung up on the FISA warrant. Nothing at all wrong or unseemly if one was needed, so why do you care about a mundane investigative tool?


Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".


You did not read the entire dossier that Feinstein released did you?


The far right leadership has not put that out yet so none of the followers have read about, and do not know what to say. Wait a day or so and you will see the canned answer from all of them.

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rk9152 wrote:

Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152: 

It appears that the line is that the phony dossier was "a" not "the" basis for the FISA warrant.

 

 

I'd like to know why you're so hung up on the FISA warrant. Nothing at all wrong or unseemly if one was needed, so why do you care about a mundane investigative tool?


Using a "hit-piece' bought and paid for the Party of the Administration to get approval to spy on American citizens for partisan purposes - that goes a bit beyond "mundane".


You did not read the entire dossier that Feinstein released did you?


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rk9152 wrote:

phyllisc6781 wrote:

@Centristsin2010—Repeating lies and disinformation is what cult members do—unthinkingly repeating  the misinformation with which they have been indoctrinated, never questioning, even when presented—REPEATEDLY—with the stark truth.

One worries about the mental health of more than just the cult leader.

 

Gee, I miss having a real president! 


Exactly - the cult is denying that the DNC purchased dossier was used to spy on the political opposition.


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