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

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rk9152 wrote:

Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

phyllisc6781 wrote:

 To be clear —-When one is questioned by the FBI it is understood that should they lie, they have perjured themselves. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


Then there is the issue of Trump associates being under oath and Clinton associates not under oath. Apparently that makes a difference because Huma Abidin lied and i have not heard of any charges as yet - different from Flynn.


Apparently,  the FBI doesn't agree with your contention that Huma Abidin lied to them.


Can you cite your sources within the FBI?


Are you saying that your comment was wrong? You made a claim that Abidin lied to the FBI which if true would have meant she committed perjury. She was not charged, therefore, apparently the FBI doesn’t agree with your claim.


My point exactly - why is Flynn indicted and Adedin, Mills, and Clinton not?


Because in the apparent opinion of the FBI you are making up your own facts. ThenFBI does not appear of the opinion that Abidin, Mills and Clinton had lied to them.

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

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Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

phyllisc6781 wrote:

 To be clear —-When one is questioned by the FBI it is understood that should they lie, they have perjured themselves. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


Then there is the issue of Trump associates being under oath and Clinton associates not under oath. Apparently that makes a difference because Huma Abidin lied and i have not heard of any charges as yet - different from Flynn.


Apparently,  the FBI doesn't agree with your contention that Huma Abidin lied to them.


Can you cite your sources within the FBI?


Are you saying that your comment was wrong? You made a claim that Abidin lied to the FBI which if true would have meant she committed perjury. She was not charged, therefore, apparently the FBI doesn’t agree with your claim.


My point exactly - why is Flynn indicted and Adedin, Mills, and Clinton not?

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

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ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

 


What has the testimony of the Fusion GPS people to do with the use the FBI made of their product?


We know rk ............... anything goes in investigating Hillary ........... but the FBI or no one else should use all avenues in their investigation of trump and his Russian connections


Well, I don't know about that "anything goes" with Hillary. After all, the FBI "interviewed" her and her staffers but not under oath. She had subpoenaed material destroyed and no charges were filed. The report on the FBI investigation was rewritten to ease the offenses she was guilty of. And, as far as I know, the FBI did not use a report bought and paid for by the RNC to secure a FISA warrant to spy on her or her staff.


Whining crying and howlng at the moon, just like a snowflake !!!  (you are quite good at it too !)


Typical - run out of ideas and post an insult. Do you really have no ideas about the wisdom I posted above (pro or con)?


An insult you have used, I just borrowed it from you and used it appropriately. I have no "ideas about the (your) wisdom" because there is none.


Well, if you have nothing to say about the post you quoted, why are you posting about it?

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

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ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Olderscout66 wrote:

Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

phyllisc6781 wrote:

 To be clear —-When one is questioned by the FBI it is understood that should they lie, they have perjured themselves. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


Then there is the issue of Trump associates being under oath and Clinton associates not under oath. Apparently that makes a difference because Huma Abidin lied and i have not heard of any charges as yet - different from Flynn.


Apparently,  the FBI doesn't agree with your contention that Huma Abidin lied to them.


Hate to break it to the sad little GOPers clingning to the slenderest of straws to hold up their fantasies, BUT IT IS A CRIME TO LIE TO AN FBI AGENT IN AN INTERVIEW - NO "UNDER OATH" REQUIRED.

So even if Abidin was NOT under oath, had he lied, he would've committed a crime for which he would've been arrested. He didn't lie, otherwise he'd have been arrested QED. (There is ONE exception - the 5th Amendment protects you against self incrimination, so if you just deny you committed a crime when asked by the FBI, your statement does not constitute ANOTHER crime. HOWEVER if you lie about what you know about a crime that you were not directly involved in, or in events that involve another crime, your lie IS a crime)


Yet - among the liars, only Flynn is indicted. Sounds like selective prosecution based on partisanship.

 

BTW, before lecturing "sad little GOPers" about their knowledge of the situation, I'd suggest you learn that Huma Abedin is not a "he".

 

Maybe you'd better stick to the Reagan tax scam and the Uberrich - you are used to those terms.


Your 'Snowflake' whining, crying, and howling at the moon will get you nothing. The surveillance and investigations rightfully continue. Tic toc closer to trump, tic toc closer to trump, tic toc closer to trump ............


Do you have any thoughts on the comments in the post you were (theoretically) responding to?

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

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rk9152 wrote:

Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

phyllisc6781 wrote:

 To be clear —-When one is questioned by the FBI it is understood that should they lie, they have perjured themselves. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


Then there is the issue of Trump associates being under oath and Clinton associates not under oath. Apparently that makes a difference because Huma Abidin lied and i have not heard of any charges as yet - different from Flynn.


Apparently,  the FBI doesn't agree with your contention that Huma Abidin lied to them.


Can you cite your sources within the FBI?


Are you saying that your comment was wrong? You made a claim that Abidin lied to the FBI which if true would have meant she committed perjury. She was not charged, therefore, apparently the FBI doesn’t agree with your claim.

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

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rk9152 wrote:

ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

 


What has the testimony of the Fusion GPS people to do with the use the FBI made of their product?


We know rk ............... anything goes in investigating Hillary ........... but the FBI or no one else should use all avenues in their investigation of trump and his Russian connections


Well, I don't know about that "anything goes" with Hillary. After all, the FBI "interviewed" her and her staffers but not under oath. She had subpoenaed material destroyed and no charges were filed. The report on the FBI investigation was rewritten to ease the offenses she was guilty of. And, as far as I know, the FBI did not use a report bought and paid for by the RNC to secure a FISA warrant to spy on her or her staff.


Whining crying and howlng at the moon, just like a snowflake !!!  (you are quite good at it too !)


Typical - run out of ideas and post an insult. Do you really have no ideas about the wisdom I posted above (pro or con)?


An insult you have used, I just borrowed it from you and used it appropriately. I have no "ideas about the (your) wisdom" because there is none.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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Re: GOP’s Steele dossier conspiracy theory was dealt a big blow this weekend

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rk9152 wrote:

Olderscout66 wrote:

Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

phyllisc6781 wrote:

 To be clear —-When one is questioned by the FBI it is understood that should they lie, they have perjured themselves. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


Then there is the issue of Trump associates being under oath and Clinton associates not under oath. Apparently that makes a difference because Huma Abidin lied and i have not heard of any charges as yet - different from Flynn.


Apparently,  the FBI doesn't agree with your contention that Huma Abidin lied to them.


Hate to break it to the sad little GOPers clingning to the slenderest of straws to hold up their fantasies, BUT IT IS A CRIME TO LIE TO AN FBI AGENT IN AN INTERVIEW - NO "UNDER OATH" REQUIRED.

So even if Abidin was NOT under oath, had he lied, he would've committed a crime for which he would've been arrested. He didn't lie, otherwise he'd have been arrested QED. (There is ONE exception - the 5th Amendment protects you against self incrimination, so if you just deny you committed a crime when asked by the FBI, your statement does not constitute ANOTHER crime. HOWEVER if you lie about what you know about a crime that you were not directly involved in, or in events that involve another crime, your lie IS a crime)


Yet - among the liars, only Flynn is indicted. Sounds like selective prosecution based on partisanship.

 

BTW, before lecturing "sad little GOPers" about their knowledge of the situation, I'd suggest you learn that Huma Abedin is not a "he".

 

Maybe you'd better stick to the Reagan tax scam and the Uberrich - you are used to those terms.


Your 'Snowflake' whining, crying, and howling at the moon will get you nothing. The surveillance and investigations rightfully continue. Tic toc closer to trump, tic toc closer to trump, tic toc closer to trump ............


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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Re: GOP’s Steele dossier conspiracy theory was dealt a big blow this weekend

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ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

 


What has the testimony of the Fusion GPS people to do with the use the FBI made of their product?


We know rk ............... anything goes in investigating Hillary ........... but the FBI or no one else should use all avenues in their investigation of trump and his Russian connections


Well, I don't know about that "anything goes" with Hillary. After all, the FBI "interviewed" her and her staffers but not under oath. She had subpoenaed material destroyed and no charges were filed. The report on the FBI investigation was rewritten to ease the offenses she was guilty of. And, as far as I know, the FBI did not use a report bought and paid for by the RNC to secure a FISA warrant to spy on her or her staff.


Whining crying and howlng at the moon, just like a snowflake !!!  (you are quite good at it too !)


Typical - run out of ideas and post an insult. Do you really have no ideas about the wisdom I posted above (pro or con)?

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

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Olderscout66 wrote:

Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

phyllisc6781 wrote:

 To be clear —-When one is questioned by the FBI it is understood that should they lie, they have perjured themselves. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


Then there is the issue of Trump associates being under oath and Clinton associates not under oath. Apparently that makes a difference because Huma Abidin lied and i have not heard of any charges as yet - different from Flynn.


Apparently,  the FBI doesn't agree with your contention that Huma Abidin lied to them.


Hate to break it to the sad little GOPers clingning to the slenderest of straws to hold up their fantasies, BUT IT IS A CRIME TO LIE TO AN FBI AGENT IN AN INTERVIEW - NO "UNDER OATH" REQUIRED.

So even if Abidin was NOT under oath, had he lied, he would've committed a crime for which he would've been arrested. He didn't lie, otherwise he'd have been arrested QED. (There is ONE exception - the 5th Amendment protects you against self incrimination, so if you just deny you committed a crime when asked by the FBI, your statement does not constitute ANOTHER crime. HOWEVER if you lie about what you know about a crime that you were not directly involved in, or in events that involve another crime, your lie IS a crime)


Yet - among the liars, only Flynn is indicted. Sounds like selective prosecution based on partisanship.

 

BTW, before lecturing "sad little GOPers" about their knowledge of the situation, I'd suggest you learn that Huma Abedin is not a "he".

 

Maybe you'd better stick to the Reagan tax scam and the Uberrich - you are used to those terms.

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

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Snoopy48 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

phyllisc6781 wrote:

 To be clear —-When one is questioned by the FBI it is understood that should they lie, they have perjured themselves. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


Then there is the issue of Trump associates being under oath and Clinton associates not under oath. Apparently that makes a difference because Huma Abidin lied and i have not heard of any charges as yet - different from Flynn.


Apparently,  the FBI doesn't agree with your contention that Huma Abidin lied to them.


Can you cite your sources within the FBI?

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