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Posted By: Magnante, 9/26/2019 7:58:05 AM

Well, this is certainly an odd coincidence! In fact, when you dig in, you find an amazing series of coincidences. If you believe in coincidences when the CIA is involved, that is. Mitt Romney’s national security advisor in his 2012 campaign -- a career CIA spook who rose to its top levels -- sits on the board of directors of Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company that formerly paid Hunter Biden $50k a month despite his complete lack of credentials or qualifications. And it also an odd coincidence that Mitt has as CNN puts it “been a lone Republican voice expressing concern about President Donald Trump's July phone call with Volodymyr Zelensky


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Daisymay 9/26/2019 8:02:10 AM (No. 189867)
Well, isn't THAT special! Thanks Utah for putting that RINO in the Senate! Hope you''re proud of yourselves!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: rinohunter 9/26/2019 8:05:24 AM (No. 189870)
We here have always know that Mittens is nothing more than a skunk!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Safari Man 9/26/2019 8:12:49 AM (No. 189878)
Mitt in jail? There’s a nice pleasant thought.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: HammerDax56 9/26/2019 8:26:13 AM (No. 189889)
Oooh. Dogma on top of his karma.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Toby Ten Bears 9/26/2019 8:42:11 AM (No. 189902)
Impeach Mittens!!!!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: BarryNo 9/26/2019 8:43:23 AM (No. 189906)
It looks like professional politicians sell their services and our security to foriegners at the drop of a hat. I suggest a giblet with 535 empty nooses and name placards of current Congress persons be erected in front of Congress. I suggest we find all Congress Critter's foreign connections, then HANG those who have compromised their oaths to We the People. The bodies can remain and rot till the next election fills the seat. These creeps need to know there are penalties for betrayal.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: F15 Gork 9/26/2019 8:43:54 AM (No. 189907)
Seriously, where can I gets me one of those no show $50K a month board of director jobs? Sounds a lot easier than one of those no show gubmint jobs....
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Reply 8 - Posted by: droopydog 9/26/2019 8:46:49 AM (No. 189909)
Mitt is dirty and is hiding something...maybe a lot of somethings. While certainly attractive, the jealousy theory never really explained the situation for me.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: MDConservative 9/26/2019 8:52:05 AM (No. 189912)
#1 - Let's not forget that Mitt was elected with PDT's full-throated endorsement. Like the rich, politicians are different than "regular" people. Doesn't matter what political stripe, it's all the same. Honesty is by degree. Offers come at them all the time, from city council to the US Congress. Mitt is running for president. Bill Weld is holding his spot to get things organized while protecting him from criticism that he is undermining PDT, etc. What Mitt lacks is a pretense to get into the race - PDT's popularity is picking up with every Dem accusation. The plan was to drive down those numbers with neverending allegations, from rape to racism, and it has failed to date. Mitt needs a White Knight entry, and he's not getting it. These productions are not just Mitt on a personal flyer. They are UNIPARTY in origin, those swamp creatures who hold the power that matters in each major party. They are supported by the so-called Deep State, those career bureaucrats who sell out their duty for their gain. the media is their "trustworthy" propaganda machine, their department of truthiness, to create and destroy as necessary, guided by talking points. PDT is an outsider, and a serious existential threat to this scam the American public will not recognize, preferring the civics book story of wise patriots elected and voting on the merits of bills in the national interest to create laws. Now, is PDT stupid? He endorsed Romney. Or, was there something else in mind with that endorsement? Utah only did what the President asked.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: CaptainLibra 9/26/2019 8:54:03 AM (No. 189917)
I lost all respect for Mitt when he folded in front of Candy Crowley during the debate with AlObama.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: chance_232 9/26/2019 9:00:20 AM (No. 189924)
Boards of Directors rarely direct anything. A good percentage of appointments are payoffs or they want the name to appear on the directory. How many boards has Chelsea Clinton sat on, for instance. You put politician's on the board if you hope to curry favor and you put out of office politicians on the board for the resume gravitas. Actual knowledge isnt relevant. Why this guy was put on the board is a mystery, unless his CIA background brings something to the table. Hunters appointment was to curry favor with plugs Biden.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Patchy Groundfog 9/26/2019 9:01:10 AM (No. 189927)
I don't think the Book of Mormon supersedes the Old Testament. Romney has spent untold hours bearing false witness.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: bpl40 9/26/2019 9:11:32 AM (No. 189937)
Before being a Republican, Mitt is a creature of the swamp. I admit I made a four figure donation to his campaign in '12 because I was desperate. I suppose that was also behind PDT's support.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: rochow 9/26/2019 9:11:57 AM (No. 189938)
Mitt is nothing more than a common prostitute that is too old to get business any longer. He accepted the president's help when he was running. When the president ran himself Mitt was jealous as heck. Then he crawled on his hands and knees to the president asking for a job, any job just to be relevant. Thank God, that the president saw what this clown really is , a narcissistic opportunist looser! Mitt can we all get our money back having been fooled by such a professional like you?!?!?!?!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: john56 9/26/2019 9:14:56 AM (No. 189940)
During the spring, we get a whole bunch of corporate annual reports/proxy statements. Not that we are wealthy stock owners -- my wife has an inherited IRA full of 30 shares of this, 20 shares of that. Anyway, the one thing I check on each of the proxy statements is who is being selected as members of the board of directors. There is usually at least one politically connected director, usually a Democrat, and often a lackey in the regimes of Bill Clinton or Emperor Obama the First, with glowing reviews of how they have a background in government and international relations, yada, yada, yada. For several years, Richard Armitage (the real "Valerie Plame leaker") was a candidate for a Houston-based oil company. I always vote AGAINST those folks, getting several hundred thousand a year for their do nothing, rubber stamp, protection racket positions. And I almost wish I had voted for Obama vs Mittens. I should have voted for the Prohibition Party in 2012, except for the fact that I would need a stiff drink. Well, I wasted my Presidential votes in 2008 and 2012.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: SabraJet 9/26/2019 9:19:19 AM (No. 189943)
According to many who have left the Mormon religion, the church has promoted many of their members to join the CIA and FBI and other US Government offices. Partly because they do love their country and partly because they ALL swear an oath to 'convert' the US to Mormonism when they go through their Temple initiation. All-male and female members. Now as a Christian I would love that everyone followed Jesus, the real one in the Bible, not their version of him. BUT no Christian is under a blood oath to convert anyone. Just told to share your belief with others and let God do the rest. I not sure what kind of harm the average Mormon does in Government, just would like to think their numbers are few. And knowing what I know about their theology now I would like to take back my vote for Romney, Nice man though he maybe.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Clinger 9/26/2019 9:19:30 AM (No. 189944)
Indeed #6. Part of the deal for taking the job for the 535 needs to be the knowledge that if you accept anything of value from a foreign entity you hang. We wouldn't need term limits if it was truly a service to he country. We need successful people who are not looking to make their fortune and have a deep love for our country. Sound like anybody? Nor should they go bankrupt. Furthermore it's a lifelong commitment so you can't just wait for your payday after serving. We could hire an army of accountants with a tiny fraction of the savings resulting from politicians serving America not just first but as their only.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: DVC 9/26/2019 9:33:05 AM (No. 189953)
Globalists have their corrupt, anti-American talons hooked iny to any and all crr\ooked, international money or power stream that they can access. Further indication of how deep the Deep State runs, and why the entire globalist cabal, in and out of the top levels of govenment power in the USA and abroad are screaming mad that Trump is breaking up their cozy, corrupt, crooked game of taking over the world while selling the American middle class into slavery (almost literally).
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Reply 19 - Posted by: CEP 9/26/2019 9:38:54 AM (No. 189957)
Mitt Romney needs to be investigated as to what his role was in all of this.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: The Remnants 9/26/2019 9:46:31 AM (No. 189965)
Pope John Paul II was heard to say, "There are no coincidences". (and he was nobody's fool) I believe him.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 9/26/2019 9:49:07 AM (No. 189969)
And Mittens also skated out of his Bains Capital scandal.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: pc1eszm 9/26/2019 9:54:45 AM (No. 189976)
OP - Gibbs rule such thing as coincidences. I'm thinking Mittens needs to sit this one out.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: JackBurton 9/26/2019 9:56:58 AM (No. 189977)
In a way, I'm not surprised. I always thought that one of Mitty's strengths was his involvement in Bain Capital with its investments in companies that needed a turnaround or financial help. Too bad he didn't play that up when going against Mr. 1.5%-is-the-best-you'll-ever-get. But not to remember that he had the same involvement in Bursima as Hunter... are you getting Alzheimer's Mr. Mitt?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: qr4j 9/26/2019 10:07:50 AM (No. 189991)
To quote the SNL Church Lady from days of yore, "HOW CONVENIENT!" I really do want to like Mitt Romney. While I am not a Mormon, I respect Romney's commitment to God even though our theology differs. I admire his commitment to his family. I am happy that he is a wealthy man and wish more and more people were wealthy. BUT . . . the elitism he exudes . . . I cannot abide the elitism! Romney is as smarmy as the rest of the swamp critters.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: snapper451 9/26/2019 10:15:31 AM (No. 190005)
Sounds like Mitt needs to resign. I recommend Jason Chafitz as his replacement.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: jim hayes 9/26/2019 10:51:38 AM (No. 190040)
No. 6 means gallows, not giblet.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: seal010101 9/26/2019 11:07:26 AM (No. 190053)
That's troubling - to borrow from the Senator himself.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 9/26/2019 11:15:42 AM (No. 190062)
Well, shut my mouf! You telling me that our Mittster, inventor of the Dog Vacation Travel Mode, is a slime ball??? Tell me it ain't so!
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Rumblehog 9/26/2019 12:18:43 PM (No. 190148)
Well, son of a b@tch!
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Reply 30 - Posted by: bighambone 9/26/2019 12:42:12 PM (No. 190161)
Romney is of the globalist investor class that makes a lot of money from foreign sources who are completely opposed to President Trump’s put America first political agenda. So him operating with people who have weaseled into foreign positions to make big money in Ukraine and elsewhere should be no surprise.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: moonlightflip 9/26/2019 1:15:33 PM (No. 190182)
I'm 78. One of my biggest regrets is supporting and voting for Romney and Ryan.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: Chuzzles 9/26/2019 1:45:28 PM (No. 190206)
Amazing what is being caught in the Trollmaster's net isn't it? ROFL So far, two of Trump's most vocal complainers have been caught in the Ukrainian scandal with ties of their own. You just cannot make this stuff up. Keep it coming Mr. President. They deserve it.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: tisHimself 9/26/2019 2:15:04 PM (No. 190219)
If only someone had warned us about Mitt Romney before now How come none of the brave Rovian sons of Bushes board of directors steps forward to defend the honor of yon Romney?
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Reply 34 - Posted by: anniebc 9/26/2019 3:10:00 PM (No. 190262)
Dirty old Mitt Romney. Smoke-fire.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: BigGeorgeTX 9/26/2019 5:20:21 PM (No. 190390)
So Mitt's mitts are all over the Ukraine scandal? Excellent... Maybe he can get his comeuppance as well!
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Reply 36 - Posted by: radrelic 9/26/2019 9:16:20 PM (No. 190554)
Re # 16, Parcel of lies by a "Christian" who gets information from apostate Mormons (many of whom go straight to Atheism after leaving). Poster makes the claim that " they ALL swear an oath to 'convert' the US to Mormonism when they go through their Temple initiation. All-male and female members". No oaths,and if ever any similar they no longer are part of the temple ceremony. I have said before that it is unseemly to post attacks on any religion on this forum by own rules and also it is unAmerican as fair minded people to postulate a garbled understanding of what a person or group believes and then hate them for it. Even for or especially to America's others? The missionaries have even this year been released from the odious IMO task of going door to door to tell the good news (or gospel). its all online for all the world to see or be led to as the Lord wants IMO. Also some people who would intrude have recorded the temple endowment ceremony and put online on YouTube. Like our beleaguered President Trump the keeping things secret or sacred is nearly impossible?
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Reply 37 - Posted by: radrelic 9/26/2019 9:21:28 PM (No. 190558)
PS sorry for dual post but I left off that the CIA and FBI go to BYU to recruit the non-drinkers and smokers and super patriot LDS, (many are returned missionaries like Mitt) and temple attenders who make the promise to avoid adultery. (No complete fail safe - all people are potentially fallible. Just look at our first parents of the garden)
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Reply 38 - Posted by: ladydawgfan 9/27/2019 12:50:49 AM (No. 190669)
Looks like Mitten's Karma just ran over his Dogma!!
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Reply 39 - Posted by: bighambone 9/27/2019 2:26:09 AM (No. 190706)
The reason Donald Trump endorsed Romney’s election in Utah is that Romney was the Republican candidate who the Republican Party of Utah nominated to be their pick for the US Senate, it is the same for Sass in Nebraska. Trump knows that both are holier than thou wimpy Republicans who intend to run for President and cannot be relied upon when the going gets tough. So what was Trump’s alternative, to endorse a Democrat? It is up to the State Republican Parties to put up better candidates who will support the President’s political agenda. The Democrats don’t have that problem as to get elected as a Democrat one has to be a known ideological liberal lawyer politician who the Democrats are sure will always follow the Democrat leadership political positions almost 100% of the time.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: judy 9/27/2019 3:38:14 AM (No. 190717)
Is Romney & Lee in the deep pockets of the very rich??
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Reply 41 - Posted by: MDConservative 9/27/2019 11:39:54 AM (No. 191133)
#40 - Trump endorsed Romney. PDT's statement at the time: "It's my honor, real honor, to endorse Mitt Romney." PDT called Romney "tough" and "smart," and further said "He's not going to continue to allow bad things to happen to this country." Afterward, PDT added, "I have gotten to know him and he's a terrific guy. I don't know if he really comes out like he really is in person. He's a warm, smart, tough cookie and that's what this country needs." We've seen the outcome. Was PDT fooled or lying? It's just politics.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: MDConservative 9/27/2019 11:41:27 AM (No. 191136)
Sorry, the comments at #41 were directed to those at #39.
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'Voted to betray': Clinton slams Senate
Republicans after Trump acquittal
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Posted by ladydawgfan 2/6/2020 7:47:14 AM Post Reply
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ripped Senate Republicans after they voted to acquit President Trump on two impeachment charges of obstruction of Congress and abuse of power. "As the president's impeachment trial began, Republican senators pledged an oath to defend the Constitution," Clinton tweeted. "Today, 52 of them voted to betray that oath—and all of us. We’re entering dangerous territory for our democracy. It’ll take all of us working together to restore it." Clinton, 72, lost to Trump, 73, in the 2016 presidential election and has spent much of the time since repeatedly claiming she actually won because of the popular vote.
Fireworks! Brennan Lashes Out at Rand
Paul For Dropping Eric Ciaramella’s Name
on Senate Floor – Rand Paul Responds
with Fire!
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Posted by ladydawgfan 2/6/2020 5:48:13 AM Post Reply
Former CIA Director John Brennan lashed out at Senator Rand Paul for blowing up the impeachment trial by dropping Eric Ciaramella’s name on the Senate floor. Last week Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts played politics and REFUSED TO READ SENATOR RAND PAUL’S QUESTION on the Anti-Trump whistleblower during the Senate impeachment trial! On Tuesday during his closing comments Senator Rand Paul read aloud his question on the floor of the US Senate. Rand Paul named the anti-Trump CIA operative Eric Ciaramella and his NatSec-crony-turned Schiff-aide Sean Misko on the senate floor. Brennan planted Eric Ciaramella in the White House in order to spy on President Trump, according to investigative reporter Paul Sperry,
America After Trump 23 replies
Posted by Imright 2/6/2020 5:09:48 AM Post Reply
Is it too early to contemplate a search for a clone of Donald Trump for the 2024 election? Maybe not! But is Trump replaceable? The man who restored America’s pride, dignity, optimism and hope after a devastating eight dismal years of Barack Hussein Obama! Trump officially entered the Republican Presidential race on June 16, 2015 with a simple yet powerful message: ‘Make America Great Again.’ Trump stirred up the hornet's nest that is Washington D.C. when no other President has dared to even go there. This resulted in a strong reaction from the media, the Democrat Party, Hollywood, the elitists and globalists, even worldwide socialists. Trump was not a politician,
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