DCWhispers has breaking news: "Loretta Lynch Ordered Illegal Wiretap Against Trump Campaign." The irony of last week´s Big Leak on Don Jr. (likely by Robert Mueller) is that it is helping reveal that the real criminal activity was by the Democratic Party. DCWhispers has breaking news: "Loretta Lynch Ordered Illegal Wiretap Against Trump Campaign." The sting operation was put in place via a Russian attorney/operative named Natalia Veselnitskaya whose social media history marks her as an adamant anti-Trumper and who was granted a special exemption to travel into the United States by the Obama Department of Justice. The sting was further facilitated
Comments: There is a lot of information in Surber’s article. Worth a read.
If the media had even a scintilla of any journalist morals, ( excuse me for sullying that word and using it in the same sentence). They would find there are many REAL scandals from Obama´s WH popping out everywhere. I am sure there is a "next Watergate" for them there . They just do not want it.
The old media are democrats. That´s why they are writing fake news (propaganda) and trying to bring down the U.S. government. They have been party to every effort to trash the Constitution. To me, it sounds like collusion between the media and Russia, Iran, and North Korea. Not to mention the GW/environmental movement and one world order scheme.
I have always been confused about the "Russia joke" comment during the debate.
To refresh my memory, I tried to search for the exact date that the FBI took possession of HiLIARy´s email server, but alas my skills are lacking. I did find a press release by Comey dated July 5, 2016 so she turned over that server before the debate when Trump joked “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.”
So, in effect the server was disconnected from the internet, sitting (I suppose) in a locked room at Langley...completely inaccessible to anyone´s hackers at the time of the debate. How could any intelligent person believe that Trump actually expected the server to be hacked at that point in time??
Oh, now I see the problem...the fourth word in that last sentence...DemonRATs aren´t intelligent, if they were they´d be Republicans.
#4, if my memory is correct, POTUS made that remark, not during a debate, but at an early on press gathering and it was in answer to a reporter´s question almost immediately after the Russia hacking story surfaced. At the time, POTUS was fairly far behind in the(fake) polls and he finished that comment with something like..."we need all the help we can get."
The most nationalist speech given by an American to an international audience was—and remains—John F. Kennedy’s “Ich Bin Ein Berliner” speech. In it, Kennedy threatened the Soviet Union, an enemy of the United States. The Soviet Union menaced the United States with a massive arsenal of thermonuclear weapons. (Snip) Less than two decades after Germany laid waste to European Russia, Kennedy had uttered the unthinkable. He threatened Russia with a unified Germany. The effect was immediate. The German crowd’s wild reaction unsettled some observers. That was the sound of statesmanship.
Seems odd, doesn´t it, that a cable entertainment network devoted to bringing down the presidency of Donald Trump would suddenly -- out of nowhere -- report "Exclusive: US government wiretapped former Trump campaign chairman," but there it is. As you will see, this story was given to CNN for a nefarious purpose. Note what was said and what was not said: (Snip) What was said: Some US investigators wiretapped. Some communications "sparked concern" Mueller "has been provided" A FISA was issued in 2014 What was not said: Who got the FISA Why Mueller got the information Whether they spied on Trump
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