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Jim doesn't get it. But I can't be surprised by someone who gets all their news from radical right wing websites and Fox for failing to understand the significance of that word.

 

Reportedly is not definitive. It's the legal equivalent of hearsay which means nothing in a court room. It means someone else reported that happened. That's like saying someone else said I assaulted their friend, that means zip.

 

Equally important is the same language used in the bogus Hillary conspiracy theory where Hillary supposedly ordered the military to stand down instead of responding to Bengahzi. I'm guessing he also believes that right radical wing myth also.


Ah yes, "radical right wing websites" like this one:

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/stand-down-how-the-obama-team-blew-the-response-to-russian-medd...


Low information Conservatives are so pathetic.  Most can see the article posted to the Huffington Post is attributed to Yahoo News. AND....and most importantly, the information posted is in the same book Levin and Jim used as a resource.  Facts usually escape the real HATERS.


Now the Huffington Post and Yahoo are part of the vast right wing conspiracy.

 

Talk about lofo - how about hibit (high bitterness) over the last election?


Again, there really is no requirement that you post a response especially when you have nothing to contribute to the discussion. Unless, of course, trolling is your passion.


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And the Huffington Post......Quoting Yahoo News.....  The ignorance is stunning.


Does that mean you think that the Huffington Post and Yahoo have crossed over to the "Bright Side" - as opposed to the dark side of your hatred and negativity?


There really is no requirement that you post a response especially when you have nothing to contribute to the discussion. Unless, of course, trolling is your passion.


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The two wrote a book exposing Trump and how stupid he is, and is the worst President we have ever had. Go read the book in total not just the phrase your leaders passed down for you to post on. The item as you post on it is bogus now, and has been exposed as such a long time ago. Once again you desperately try and keep people on the silly stuff. Here is some real news. Looks like the NRA got to Davidson (Trump) as he now does not want to raise the age to buy guns. Trump is now out in the open about having the death penalty for Drug Dealers. He follows the President (Dictator) of the Philippines who then used the law to execute the people who oppose him. Have no fear Trump will do the same if he gets the chance.


Your comparison to the Philippines is interesting. As you said, there the opponents of the Administration were executed. To make the comparison you'd have to assume that the drug dealers (Drug Dealers?) are the opponents of our President. I don't know about you but I'd certainly like to hope that was the case.

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jim, what do you believe Robert Mueller is doing with this information?  I ask that with a preemptive understanding that you are aware, he is aware.


I don't know about jim, but I hope he is taking it seriously as opposed to being merely a "get Trump" fishing expedition.

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And the Huffington Post......Quoting Yahoo News.....  The ignorance is stunning.


Does that mean you think that the Huffington Post and Yahoo have crossed over to the "Bright Side" - as opposed to the dark side of your hatred and negativity?

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@Centristsin2010wrote:

@rk9152wrote:

@CriticalThinkingwrote:

Jim doesn't get it. But I can't be surprised by someone who gets all their news from radical right wing websites and Fox for failing to understand the significance of that word.

 

Reportedly is not definitive. It's the legal equivalent of hearsay which means nothing in a court room. It means someone else reported that happened. That's like saying someone else said I assaulted their friend, that means zip.

 

Equally important is the same language used in the bogus Hillary conspiracy theory where Hillary supposedly ordered the military to stand down instead of responding to Bengahzi. I'm guessing he also believes that right radical wing myth also.


Ah yes, "radical right wing websites" like this one:

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/stand-down-how-the-obama-team-blew-the-response-to-russian-medd...


Low information Conservatives are so pathetic.  Most can see the article posted to the Huffington Post is attributed to Yahoo News. AND....and most importantly, the information posted is in the same book Levin and Jim used as a resource.  Facts usually escape the real HATERS.


Now the Huffington Post and Yahoo are part of the vast right wing conspiracy.

 

Talk about lofo - how about hibit (high bitterness) over the last election?

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‘Stand Down’: How The Obama Team Blew The Response To Russian Meddling

 

 

CIA Director John Brennan was angry. On Aug. 4, 2016, he was on the phone with Alexander Bortnikov, head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB), the intelligence agency that succeeded the KGB. The phone call was one of their regularly scheduled ones, the main subject once again the horrific civil war in Syria. By this point, however, Brennan had had it with the Russian spy chief. For the past few years, Brennan’s pleas for cooperation in defusing the Syrian crisis had gone nowhere. And after they finished discussing Syria — again with no progress — Brennan brought up two other issues not on the official agenda.

 

First, Brennan raised the problem of Russia’s harassment of U.S. diplomats — an especially pressing matter at Langley after an undercover CIA officer had been beaten outside the U.S. Embassy in Moscow two months earlier. The continuing mistreatment of U.S. diplomats, Brennan told Bortnikov, was “irresponsible, reckless, intolerable and needed to stop.” And, he pointedly noted, it was Bortnikov’s own FSB “that has been most responsible for this outrageous behavior.”

 

Then Brennan turned to an even more sensitive issue: Russia’s interference in the American election. Brennan was now aware that at least a year earlier Russian hackers had begun their cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee. We know you’re doing this, Brennan said to the Russian. He pointed out that Americans would be enraged to find out Moscow was seeking to subvert the election — and that such an operation could backfire. Brennan warned Bortnikov that if Russia continued this information warfare, there would be a price to pay. He did not specify the consequences.

 

Bortnikov, as Brennan expected, denied Russia was doing anything to influence the election. This was, he groused, Washington yet again scapegoating Moscow. Brennan repeated his warning. Once more Bortnikov claimed there was no Russian meddling. But, he added, he would inform Russian President Vladimir Putin of Brennan’s comments.

YAHOO NEWS

 

This was the first of several warnings that the Obama administration would send to Moscow. But the question of how forcefully to respond would soon divide the White House staff, pitting the National Security Council’s top analysts for Russia and cyber issues against senior policymakers within the administration. It was a debate that would culminate that summer with a dramatic directive from Obama’s national security adviser to the NSC staffers developing aggressive proposals to strike back against the Russians: “Stand down.”

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/stand-down-how-the-obama-team-blew-the-response-to-russian-medd...

 

 

@john258

@nctarheel

 

 

 


The above article written by: Michael Isikoff and David Corn 

 

 

 



@jimc91wrote:

@jimc91wrote:
‘Stand Down’: How The Obama Team Blew The Response To Russian Meddling

 

 

CIA Director John Brennan was angry. On Aug. 4, 2016, he was on the phone with Alexander Bortnikov, head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB), the intelligence agency that succeeded the KGB. The phone call was one of their regularly scheduled ones, the main subject once again the horrific civil war in Syria. By this point, however, Brennan had had it with the Russian spy chief. For the past few years, Brennan’s pleas for cooperation in defusing the Syrian crisis had gone nowhere. And after they finished discussing Syria — again with no progress — Brennan brought up two other issues not on the official agenda.

 

First, Brennan raised the problem of Russia’s harassment of U.S. diplomats — an especially pressing matter at Langley after an undercover CIA officer had been beaten outside the U.S. Embassy in Moscow two months earlier. The continuing mistreatment of U.S. diplomats, Brennan told Bortnikov, was “irresponsible, reckless, intolerable and needed to stop.” And, he pointedly noted, it was Bortnikov’s own FSB “that has been most responsible for this outrageous behavior.”

 

Then Brennan turned to an even more sensitive issue: Russia’s interference in the American election. Brennan was now aware that at least a year earlier Russian hackers had begun their cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee. We know you’re doing this, Brennan said to the Russian. He pointed out that Americans would be enraged to find out Moscow was seeking to subvert the election — and that such an operation could backfire. Brennan warned Bortnikov that if Russia continued this information warfare, there would be a price to pay. He did not specify the consequences.

 

Bortnikov, as Brennan expected, denied Russia was doing anything to influence the election. This was, he groused, Washington yet again scapegoating Moscow. Brennan repeated his warning. Once more Bortnikov claimed there was no Russian meddling. But, he added, he would inform Russian President Vladimir Putin of Brennan’s comments.

YAHOO NEWS

 

This was the first of several warnings that the Obama administration would send to Moscow. But the question of how forcefully to respond would soon divide the White House staff, pitting the National Security Council’s top analysts for Russia and cyber issues against senior policymakers within the administration. It was a debate that would culminate that summer with a dramatic directive from Obama’s national security adviser to the NSC staffers developing aggressive proposals to strike back against the Russians: “Stand down.”

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/stand-down-how-the-obama-team-blew-the-response-to-russian-medd...

 

 

@john258

@nctarheel

 

 

 


The above article written by: Michael Isikoff and David Corn 

 

 

 


The two wrote a book exposing Trump and how stupid he is, and is the worst President we have ever had. Go read the book in total not just the phrase your leaders passed down for you to post on. The item as you post on it is bogus now, and has been exposed as such a long time ago. Once again you desperately try and keep people on the silly stuff. Here is some real news. Looks like the NRA got to Davidson (Trump) as he now does not want to raise the age to buy guns. Trump is now out in the open about having the death penalty for Drug Dealers. He follows the President (Dictator) of the Philippines who then used the law to execute the people who oppose him. Have no fear Trump will do the same if he gets the chance.

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@oceanedge2wrote:

jim, what do you believe Robert Mueller is doing with this information?  I ask that with a preemptive understanding that you are aware, he is aware.


I have no idea what he knows.  He is conducting an investigation and does not make anything public during the investigation.  When he finishes he will issue a report and that is when we will find out what he learned along with any supporting evidence.

 

I am looking forward to the second Special Council that will be appointed by AG Sessions that will look into what happened at DOJ and FBI.  There is much for them to unpack.

 

 

 

 

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@jimc91wrote:
‘Stand Down’: How The Obama Team Blew The Response To Russian Meddling

 

 

CIA Director John Brennan was angry. On Aug. 4, 2016, he was on the phone with Alexander Bortnikov, head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB), the intelligence agency that succeeded the KGB. The phone call was one of their regularly scheduled ones, the main subject once again the horrific civil war in Syria. By this point, however, Brennan had had it with the Russian spy chief. For the past few years, Brennan’s pleas for cooperation in defusing the Syrian crisis had gone nowhere. And after they finished discussing Syria — again with no progress — Brennan brought up two other issues not on the official agenda.

 

First, Brennan raised the problem of Russia’s harassment of U.S. diplomats — an especially pressing matter at Langley after an undercover CIA officer had been beaten outside the U.S. Embassy in Moscow two months earlier. The continuing mistreatment of U.S. diplomats, Brennan told Bortnikov, was “irresponsible, reckless, intolerable and needed to stop.” And, he pointedly noted, it was Bortnikov’s own FSB “that has been most responsible for this outrageous behavior.”

 

Then Brennan turned to an even more sensitive issue: Russia’s interference in the American election. Brennan was now aware that at least a year earlier Russian hackers had begun their cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee. We know you’re doing this, Brennan said to the Russian. He pointed out that Americans would be enraged to find out Moscow was seeking to subvert the election — and that such an operation could backfire. Brennan warned Bortnikov that if Russia continued this information warfare, there would be a price to pay. He did not specify the consequences.

 

Bortnikov, as Brennan expected, denied Russia was doing anything to influence the election. This was, he groused, Washington yet again scapegoating Moscow. Brennan repeated his warning. Once more Bortnikov claimed there was no Russian meddling. But, he added, he would inform Russian President Vladimir Putin of Brennan’s comments.

YAHOO NEWS

 

This was the first of several warnings that the Obama administration would send to Moscow. But the question of how forcefully to respond would soon divide the White House staff, pitting the National Security Council’s top analysts for Russia and cyber issues against senior policymakers within the administration. It was a debate that would culminate that summer with a dramatic directive from Obama’s national security adviser to the NSC staffers developing aggressive proposals to strike back against the Russians: “Stand down.”

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/stand-down-how-the-obama-team-blew-the-response-to-russian-medd...

 

 

@john258

@nctarheel

 

 

 


The above article written by: Michael Isikoff and David Corn 

 

 

 

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