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Posted By: Pluperfect, 8/15/2019 5:23:00 AM

There really was a collusion plot. It really did target our election system. It absolutely sought to usurp our capacity for self-determination. It was just not the collusion you’ve been told about for nearly three years. It was not “Donald Trump’s collusion with Russia.” Here is the real collusion scheme: In 2016, the incumbent Democratic administration of President Barack Obama put the awesome powers of the United States government’s law-enforcement and intelligence apparatus in the service of the Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign, the Democratic party, and the progressive Beltway establishment. This scheme had two parts: Plan A, the objective; and Plan B,

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Reply 1 - Posted by: BillW. 8/15/2019 5:43:14 AM (No. 152628)
On Fox News, an earnest Chris Wallace is lauded for having the temerity (or was it "guts") to ask Putin why "people who disagree with you end up dead?" He is a special journalist. But now, Chrissy Baby, why don't you ask PIAPS the same question next time you interview her? MAGA
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Reply 2 - Posted by: M2 8/15/2019 6:20:22 AM (No. 152639)
This is really an excellent excerpt. McCarthy is a fine writer, in addition to everything else. Rush touted his book, "Ball of Collusion“ on his show. Apparently, it’s a terrific book.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Lazyman 8/15/2019 6:31:56 AM (No. 152646)
So the beginning of US History, in the future, begins being written.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: JunkYardDog 8/15/2019 7:26:47 AM (No. 152697)
This excerpt is what actually happened, vs. what the MSM & DNC would have you believe. The fact that so many crimes were covered up, with so many eager and willing to help, in a very black eye upon our Federal Gvt. We The People know what happened and we will express our disgust with our gvt in 2020 at the next election. The Democratic Party will pay dearly for their perfidy and arrogant underhandedness.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: udanja99 8/15/2019 7:34:53 AM (No. 152704)
These are all things that we already know, but McCarthy does a good job of recapping them. I’d still like to know what Session’s role was in all of this. Recusing himself and appointing a special prosecutor are very suspicious actions for someone personally appointed by a president. Someone got to him.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Lawsy0 8/15/2019 7:39:39 AM (No. 152707)
I have put the book on reserve at local library (there are six ahead of me). Since Nashville has a liberal library, there will only be ONE copy of any conservative book ever. I usually buy every book Rush raves about, including his own, but I am waiting on the "eagle to land." Andrew McCarthy also has 'talent on loan from God.'
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Daisymay 8/15/2019 7:59:31 AM (No. 152728)
The question I always ask is this, WHAT did the Clintons have on Obama that forced him to back Hillary. Everyone knows the Obamas and Clintons were not friends. So what made him such a fierce supporter of Hillary? Hmmmmm Did they have Proof he was not born in this country? That, IMHO, is about the only thing that would force Obama to support her through thick and thin! Birds of a Feather and all that applied!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Krause 8/15/2019 8:30:12 AM (No. 152752)
Interesting that Comey, McCabe, Brennan, etc., were mere obedient pawn operatives in the Obama/Clinton coup attempt.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Strike3 8/15/2019 8:32:06 AM (No. 152755)
How are Barack and Hillary NOT in prison?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Muguy 8/15/2019 8:42:09 AM (No. 152765)
#9, you don't seem to understand--THEY get a pass....
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Reply 11 - Posted by: bgarrett 8/15/2019 8:43:55 AM (No. 152767)
Arkancide might actually get one of the Clinton's next
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Reply 12 - Posted by: HotRod 8/15/2019 9:01:57 AM (No. 152788)
A good possibility #11. Ol' Bill has been a drag on Herself, ever since they left the White House, and now we have the Epstein matter that implicates him (and maybe herself!) Epstein has been taken care of. Bill is still around.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: TennDon 8/15/2019 9:04:49 AM (No. 152791)
McCarthy is the only reason I ever clic.k on NRO (never-trump internationale) nowadays and with passages like this — ““Donald Trump was fundamentally flawed, deeply dishonest, and broadly unpopular, too.” Maybe so, but if hammering away at an opponent’s malignance is the path to victory, shouldn’t you perhaps nominate a candidate who doesn’t mirror his defects?”” — I may quit reading Monsieur McCarthy as well. He always has to appease his Never Trump overlords.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: CJohnson 8/15/2019 9:09:27 AM (No. 152797)
I never thought POTUS Trump was flawed. He was an amalgamated American, just like me. I thought he was shrewd, not dishonest; the media is dishonest and he used it to my advantage; Arnold Schwartisname became CA gov which is when Trump and I realized the US could as easily be 'played' by the Enemedia. THANK us, for trying to expose and destroy the Enemedia! Americans' have no idea how misinformed they've become; utterly, totally, WRONG. What happened? We were now safer being willfully uninformed than being purposefully misinformed. THANK YOU Lucianne! I LUV U!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: mc squared 8/15/2019 9:55:34 AM (No. 152840)
#13; I didn't take the 'Donald Trump was fundamentally flawed, deeply dishonest, and broadly unpopular, too.” the same way you saw it. I think McCarthy was putting forth arguments of the Never-Trumpers in response to all the faults of Felonia, not his own opinion. McCarthy only says 'maybe'.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Arby 8/15/2019 10:32:05 AM (No. 152874)
Bad news for the PIAPS. How could people ever vote for this gonef?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Wendybird 8/15/2019 10:36:37 AM (No. 152881)
Your typical dedicated democrat will say “I wouldn’t read that trash”.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: konocti95 8/15/2019 12:57:16 PM (No. 153039)
"limning" - I learned a new word today!
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Franz 8/15/2019 2:46:57 PM (No. 153179)
This is an excellent review of the criminal activity of Democrats and their supports in the bureaucracy. Most of it has been known for over a year. Yet none of these people have been indicted, much less, tried and sent to prison. The longer this goes without any of the guilt being punished, the more it proves that the political elites are above the law. Any ordinary citizen that had done these thing would already be in prison serving a very long sentence.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Attila 8/15/2019 4:39:56 PM (No. 153276)
#19 - One name... Scooter Libby. That, among several other instances, STILL chaps my chilli.
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