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Message 11 of 35

rk9152: 

If course there is no law against collusion. Yet that has been the rallying cry of the left for over a year.

 

True, collusion is ot a crime. Different story if there was a conspiracy to interfere with the election. Be afraid. 🙂

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@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 


The Russians and others have been hacking into American systems for many years, this is just their latest. 

 

Rather than making it just one more partisan club to swing, our pols should be directing the techies to work on a fix non-stop. 


But is the President that doesn't want to touch the Russian deal because of fear of what it may disclose.  


What "Russian deal" are you talking about? Certainly he must exercise caution due to the Mueller fishing expedition, but other than that, I see no reason why the techies cannot be working hard to deal with cyber security.


No.  not the deals that he was doing during the Campaign I am speaking about the deals that he has been trying to do in Russia for years.


Nothing to do with the campaign? That's a new slant.

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Message 13 of 35

@CriticalThinking wrote:

"They have not been able to find anything to hang Trump on the collusion charge, so now, they're throwing anything and everything to the wall to see if anything sticks. SAD!"

 

What's really sad is how members of the "Trump Cult" are so uniformed and lacking intellect.

  • There is no federal law called collusion
  • Mueller is conducting an investigation, focused upon financial deals and transactions
  • He's busy investigating the Trump Administration. Doing periodic updates isn't part of his job description
  • So far, he's announced very little to the public. What he did announce were indictments and plea agreements
  • Members of the Trump Cult are attacking Mueller and the FBI in an attempt to discredit them. 
  • If there was nothing to hide, why are they so intent upon attacking Mueller and the FBI?

 


If course there is no law against collusion. Yet that has been the rallying cry of the left for over a year. What was your term, oh yeah,  "uninformed and lacking intellect". I'd say it applies.

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Message 14 of 35

@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 


The Russians and others have been hacking into American systems for many years, this is just their latest. 

 

Rather than making it just one more partisan club to swing, our pols should be directing the techies to work on a fix non-stop. 


But is the President that doesn't want to touch the Russian deal because of fear of what it may disclose.  


What "Russian deal" are you talking about? Certainly he must exercise caution due to the Mueller fishing expedition, but other than that, I see no reason why the techies cannot be working hard to deal with cyber security.


No.  not the deals that he was doing during the Campaign I am speaking about the deals that he has been trying to do in Russia for years.

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Message 15 of 35

Common sense escapes Trump supporters when it comes to the Russia investigation. The truth bounces off like bugs on the windshield. 

Life long Republican Robert Mueller is a well respected Prosecutor at the highest level , but the Far Right is ready to throw him under the bus to save Trump !!!

 

The Far Right will do anything for $$$

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Message 16 of 35

"They have not been able to find anything to hang Trump on the collusion charge, so now, they're throwing anything and everything to the wall to see if anything sticks. SAD!"

 

What's really sad is how members of the "Trump Cult" are so uniformed and lacking intellect.

  • There is no federal law called collusion
  • Mueller is conducting an investigation, focused upon financial deals and transactions
  • He's busy investigating the Trump Administration. Doing periodic updates isn't part of his job description
  • So far, he's announced very little to the public. What he did announce were indictments and plea agreements
  • Members of the Trump Cult are attacking Mueller and the FBI in an attempt to discredit them. 
  • If there was nothing to hide, why are they so intent upon attacking Mueller and the FBI?

 

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Message 17 of 35

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 


The Russians and others have been hacking into American systems for many years, this is just their latest. 

 

Rather than making it just one more partisan club to swing, our pols should be directing the techies to work on a fix non-stop. 


But is the President that doesn't want to touch the Russian deal because of fear of what it may disclose.  


What "Russian deal" are you talking about? Certainly he must exercise caution due to the Mueller fishing expedition, but other than that, I see no reason why the techies cannot be working hard to deal with cyber security.


Saying that all we need to do is have some "techies" work on "cyber security" is the same as saying that you don't care about possible government official corruption involving money laundering, especially if it were found to be Republicans related to the trump presidency. So many on the far right put trump's presidency above the welfare of America.


Two separate issues. One is the need for the techies to be hard at work developing cyber security for our nation. The other is government corruption such as the Mueller team wandering around looking for a place to hang their "Russian collusion" hats and the corruption of the DoJ spying on American citizens for partisan purposes.


Their looking around for a place to hang their hats is costing us all tons of tax dollars. They have not been able to find anything to hang Trump on the collusion charge, so now, they're throwing anything and everything to the wall to see if anything sticks. SAD!

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@CriticalThinking wrote:

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Kremlin meddling in the 2016 presidential election has reportedly zeroed in on “newly uncovered” money transfers made between Russian government officials and U.S.-based individuals and businesses in November 2016 and January 2017, BuzzFeed News reported.

 

Sergey Kislyak, the former Russian ambassador to the U.S. who has found himself in the heart of Mueller’s probe, allegedly received $120,000 just 10 days after Trump’s victory in November. Several of these transactions were flagged by bankers to the U.S. Department of Treasury for “suspicious activity,” including an attempt to withdraw $150,000 from the Russian embassy’s account just five days after the inauguration in January


The word on the street is, the money was slow arriving and that it originated from the "Clinton Foundation".

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@MIseker wrote:
rk you should read the thread containing the second release of FUSIONS testimony.

You are, of course, referring to the company paid to produce a political "hit-piece" by the DNC and the Clinton campaign.

 

Do you really think there is a lot valid information available in that?

 

I'm waiting for the guy in charge, Mueller, to document any "Russian collusion". And, since he supposedly has wide latitude, I am anxious to see his report on the use of the dossier to spy on American citizens and the political corruption within the DoJ (Strzok e.g.).

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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Kremlin meddling in the 2016 presidential election has reportedly zeroed in on “newly uncovered” money transfers made between Russian government officials and U.S.-based individuals and businesses in November 2016 and January 2017, BuzzFeed News reported.

 

Sergey Kislyak, the former Russian ambassador to the U.S. who has found himself in the heart of Mueller’s probe, allegedly received $120,000 just 10 days after Trump’s victory in November. Several of these transactions were flagged by bankers to the U.S. Department of Treasury for “suspicious activity,” including an attempt to withdraw $150,000 from the Russian embassy’s account just five days after the inauguration in January

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