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Aren't delirious Democrats now
accusing Team Obama of treason?

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 6/16/2019 5:18:29 AM

If you read the newspapers, tuned into the cable TV pundits or received an email from one of the Democrats running for president, you’d swear Donald Trump was back to his treasonous ways. All that was missing was an annoying OMG text exclamation punctuating the unfounded claims that Trump might violate the law in 2020 by accepting intelligence on a political rival from a foreign country. The inference, of course, is that it would come from a hostile power such as Russia or North Korea or Iran. Actually, what Trump told ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos was that he’d consider taking intelligence dirt about a rival from a friendly ally.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Lala 6/16/2019 6:11:57 AM (No. 99107)
I’m thinking our president is sly as a fox. But the opposition is so blinded by hate, they’ll never see or admit it.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: dst4life 6/16/2019 6:17:30 AM (No. 99109)
Rope a dope.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Marjbaldwin 6/16/2019 6:29:43 AM (No. 99112)
The dragnet is slowly but surely being lowered upon Organized Crime(D).
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Reply 4 - Posted by: 3XALADY 6/16/2019 8:00:01 AM (No. 99152)
I admit to always listening with one ear, but wonder of wonders, last night Guy Benson was talking about the hypocrisy of the democrats with their tizzy over PDJT's comments re getting damaging information on an opponent when they themselves are guilty of the very same thing. See: Ukraine and Steele Dossier. I don't miss Marie Barf on his radio show on Saturday nights.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Daisymay 6/16/2019 8:06:39 AM (No. 99157)
I hope The President will think twice before leaving Little Weasel, Georgie Boy, into the Oval Office, or anywhere else that allows him access to the President. Democrats are going to use those few lines the President gave him for months and months! Republicans should not have to spend their time explaining what he meant. Everyone knows Democrats will spin anything The President says to their advantage!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: bighambone 6/16/2019 4:29:56 PM (No. 99500)
The Democrats are a bad joke. In that respect he Democrats blame the very patriotic President Trump for what they themselves have done, even fraudulently calling Trump a Russian agent. If foreign agents or governments including Russia hypothetically give Trump a heads up as to corrupt Democrat activities, common sense tells you that he should listen, evaluate the information with his government lawyers, and then, if appropriate, transmit that information, that no doubt be damaging to the Democrats on to the FBI. It could only be politically beneficial to Trump to do so.
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