Sunday, January 28, 2018

Fox False Flag: Sean Hannity Is Now a Favorite Weapon of Russian Trolls Attacking America

Mod: Fox News, the cable network that has for years proclaimed itself an essential outlet for those people who swear they love America more than everybody else, has apparently now become a favorite informational resource for Russian trolls keenly intent on undermining western democracy. And who do these fake newsers love to share more than anyone else? Why Sean Hannity, of course. What a surprise.

Sean Hannity Is Now a Favorite Weapon of Russian Trolls Attacking America (Mother Jones link): Soon after Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn agreed to a plea deal with special counsel Robert Mueller on Dec. 1, Kremlin-linked trolls began ramping up their social-media attacks on the Russia investigation. They tweeted out dozens of articles from Fox News and far-right outlets aimed at undermining the credibility of the FBI, the Department of Justice, and the so-called deep state. And Vladimir Putin’s trolls would soon have a new vein of material to exploit.

As Christmas approached, a drumbeat against the FBI grew louder in certain quarters of Congress: GOP Rep. Jim Jordan led the attack, claiming on Fox News that the FBI had conspired against Trump’s 2016 campaign. President Trump himself launched broadsides against FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and “leakin’ James Comey.” And on December 20, Fox News star Sean Hannity tweeted “CONSPIRACY: GOP Lawmakers Says FEDERAL CONSPIRACY to Prevent Trump Presidency.”

That day, Hannity’s website ranked among the top 10 shared by the network of Twitter accounts linked to Russian influence campaigns and tracked by the nonpartisan Alliance for Securing Democracy on its national security project, the Hamilton 68 dashboard. Hannity content had not registered much previously—but since December 20, links from Hannity’s site have appeared frequently on the dashboard, often ranking among the top 10. “It’s now up there with other top most-shared domains,” says Bret Schafer, an analyst who monitors the dashboard for the Alliance.

Another storm kicked up last week when House Republicans began calling for the release of a memo produced by Rep. Devin Nunes, purportedly alleging surveillance abuses by the FBI and the Justice Department in the Trump-Russia investigation. On January 18, Hannity inveighed against Mueller specifically: “I have a message tonight for the special counsel, Robert Mueller,” he said at the outset of his Fox News prime time report on the memo. “Your witch hunt is now over. Time to close the doors.” By the end of the following day, the hashtag #releasethememo had been tweeted about 3,700 times in 48 hours by the 600 accounts monitored on Hamilton 68, boosted in part by a tweet from WikiLeaks offering a reward for the memo. Hannity also posted “#releasethememo” to the top of Hannity.com.

The Washington Post reported Tuesday that House Freedom Caucus leaders including Rep. Jordan recently sought Trump’s blessing for their campaign to release the memo. While the White House said Trump didn’t endorse the release of the memo, GOP lawmakers believed the president signaled that he strongly favored it.

“I think it’s fair to infer with about a 99 percent probability that since it helps the president so much, that he would be happy if the public knows about it,” Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks told the Post. On Tuesday, as #releasethememo sat among the top hashtags of the Hamilton trending list for the fifth day in a row, senior congressional Democrats called on Twitter and Facebook executives Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg to investigate the extent of the Russian influence campaign happening on their platforms in real time.

“If these reports are accurate, we are witnessing an ongoing attack by the Russian government through Kremlin-linked social media actors directly acting to intervene and influence our democratic process,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Rep. Adam Schiff wrote to the tech leaders.

Former senior CIA official John Sipher says the smear campaign by Fox News and Trump’s allies in the House plays directly into Kremlin hands. “A weak FBI is in the Russian interest. They will use all the tools at their disposal to pile on and amplify the negative messages,” he told Mother Jones.

“At the very same time that we should be coming together to defend ourselves, partisan supporters of the president are attacking the institutions that are protecting us. There needs to be a level of trust and awareness that [FBI and DOJ] are working on behalf of the people, and are not partisan hacks. While it might be in the immediate, short-term interest of a few right-wing politicians, they are helping our enemies and risk doing long-term damage to our democracy.”

Since the Hamilton dashboard launched last August, Fox News in general has often appeared on the trolls’ most-shared list. “Anecdotally, Fox is the go-to news source for breaking news,” Schafer says. But the more recent Hannity links seized upon by the Russian trolls echo a deceptive style seen with content from far-right conspiracy sites like Gateway Pundit and True Pundit.

One recent example: a Hannity.com link headlined, “KNIVES OUT: Elizabeth Warren GOES AFTER Oprah Winfrey over 2020 run”—leading to a story quoting Warren as praising Winfrey for a “fabulous speech.” Another Hannity link shared by the trolls recently carried a headline claiming “Fusion GPS says FBI likely funded ‘Trump dossier’ author” and crediting Breitbart News. The Hannity links shared this week continued to demand the release of the Nunes memo and hammered at the freshest conspiracy theory, the alleged disappearance of FBI officials’ allegedly biased text messages.

Hannity did not respond to a request for comment about his rising popularity among the network of Russian-linked accounts.

“Because Russian accounts promote a certain political position is not evidence of coordination” between the trolls and Trump partisans advocating for the release of the memo, Schafer notes. The key takeaway with #releasethememo, he says, “is that Kremlin-oriented trolls have used that hashtag to promote divisiveness, distrust, and to negatively influence our public discourse.”

Former FBI special agent Clint Watts pointed out Tuesday that attacks on the FBI have been increasing as the Russian investigation continues to accelerate. After reports Tuesday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions and James Comey had been interviewed by Mueller’s team, Watts tweeted: “Interviews are getting closer to the top & suddenly attacks by @GOP on FBI have increased.”

The 600 Kremlin-linked live Twitter accounts that Hamilton 68 monitors are separate from the 2,752 accounts Twitter revealed last fall that were operated before the 2016 presidential election by the Russian Internet Research Agency. Last Friday, Twitter updated that number to 3,814 IRA-linked accounts—plus more than 50,000 automated bot accounts linked to the Russian government. Twitter says it is sending emails to 677,000 users to notify them that they interacted with the Russian accounts.

Republican Sen. John Cornyn, who has been involved in the Trump-Russia investigation via the Judiciary Committee, called on Mueller in December to “clean house” of partisans. Cornyn tweeted Saturday that Twitter had notified him that he had shared content from or followed known Russian accounts.

“Finally social media is waking up to manipulation of public opinion by our adversaries,” he wrote. But he seemed to downplay the role of Congress: “All of us need to step up to meet this challenge,” he said, “especially the Press.”

Mod: Funny how so many of our loudest self-proclaimed patriots have turned out to be happily serving the interests of America's foreign enemies. And what is it that all of these false flag "patriots" are so keenly focused upon? Protecting Donald Trump. Ask yourself why.

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63 comments:

  1. I know some say the Tattler lost its way in focusing on Trump so much, but from the beginning this has been about treason, not R vs. D politics. Real news. Once ‘we beat em again’ we can go back to local debate everyday.

    Thanks Tattler.

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  2. Starr: Grounds for impeachment if Trump lied about trying to fire Mueller
    Former Special Counsel Ken Starr said on Sunday that there could be grounds for impeachment if President Trump was lying when he denied reports that he tried to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

    "I think lying to the American people is a serious issue that has to be explored. I take lying to the American people very, very seriously, so absolutely," Starr told ABC's "This Week," when asked if Trump lying about the report would be grounds for impeachment.

    http://thehill.com/homenews/sunday-talk-shows/371095-starr-grounds-for-impeachment-if-trump-lied-about-trying-to-fire

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  3. Gowdy says he trusts Mueller, urges others to 'leave him the hell alone'
    House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) on Sunday said he has "100 percent" confidence in Robert Mueller to conduct a fair investigation if he is given the proper resources, and urged lawmakers criticizing the special counsel to "leave him the hell alone."

    “I think he’s got a fair prosecutor in Bob Mueller, but I don’t think he’s got a fair jury,” Gowdy said on “Fox News Sunday,” referring to President Trump. “Mueller didn’t raise his hand and say ‘pick me,’” Gowdy added. “We as a country asked him to do this.”

    http://thehill.com/homenews/sunday-talk-shows/371096-gowdy-says-he-trusts-mueller-urges-others-to-leave-him-the-hell

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    1. Ken Starr AND Trey Gowdy? Looks like the right is clearing the decks for something interesting.

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    2. They know what's coming, so now they're switching sides, especially Gowdy who just wants to save his seat.

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    3. Save his butt, too. Gowdy has his own Russia problems.

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    4. I wouldn't give Ken Starr too much credit. In chasing nonsense like Vince Foster's suicide and the Lewinsky debacle, the partisan fool probably investigated his way out of a Supreme Court appointment.

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  4. Um, the Tattler and the loons or minion, take your pick,
    continue to whine; but she had 3million votes!

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    1. Actually Clinton got 3 million votes than Trump. But what would you care about democracy? You're just a Tea Nazi.

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  5. Those that profess to be patriots and site Mother Jones as their source; their medication should be increased, they are becoming more delusional.

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    1. Right. Real patriots love themselves some Putin. Just like Hannity and Trump.

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    2. During the 1930s it was the Liberal left that stood up to the Nazi lovers on the Republican right. Hitler sympathy was big in GOP circles back then. That is when the Democrats became the majority party for the next 20 years. That is about to happen again.

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    3. Trump comrades prefer Russia Today.

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    4. Or Fox News. Same thing.

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  6. Lol. Getting a bit more nervous as the date to release the "memo" approaches.
    Now, just where is that Russian Collusion?

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    1. Won't need Russian collusion, actually. They'll get Trump just like they did Nixon. You know they never did prove that Tricky Dick ordered the Watergate break-in, right? Didn't have to.

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    2. Mueller‘s investigation is about Russian interference in the election, not collusion. Meanwhile, here’s a little reminder for you:

      Several members of the Trump campaign and administration have been convicted or indicted as a result of the investigation, including Michael Flynn, George Papadopoulos, Rick Gates, and Paul Manafort.

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    3. As a veteran of the Watergate Scandal, please allow me to say


      that it’s what you DO NOT KNOW that caused the perps to do what they do. As a relatively trite example, Melania moving out (rumoredly) May have more to do with the impending firestorm concerning treason and sedition than his bogging a porn star which, I may add, is neither new news or unusual for this spray-tanned fakir. In fact you could make a case that it’s the most normal activity he’s performed in years. I say that because I think his perversions are extreme and very disturbing even to those closely associated with him.

      In their heart of hearts the perpetrators in the WH are aware of their vulnerabilities to prosecution of crimes which are rarely discussed in America outside law schools and literary fiction. They are aware that the term “Benedict Arnold” could someday be replaced with the name “Donald Trump” and are afraid for their lives literally.

      Watch the cornered rats carefully for “clews” to their political apocalypse. You will in fact see “it” coming...

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    4. It has taken my a while but I have figured out why Donald Trump thinks he is god's gift to women.

      Every time he leaves a room he hears women saying what an ass.

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    5. 9:08: this expression is genius:

      In fact you could make a case that it’s the most normal activity he’s performed in years.

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    6. Money Laundering: What Putin May Really Have on Trump

      At the end of January, on orders from Congress, the U.S. Treasury will publish a list of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “close associates”—from oligarchs to leading officials. There won’t be any sanctions attached to this list—for now. But eventually, the people on the list will likely join dozens of top Putin lieutenants already banned from traveling or doing business in the West. Meanwhile, forensic accountants from the intelligence unit of the U.S. Treasury Department will start scrutinizing their finances.

      It’s unclear if such a move would damage Putin, whose approval ratings continue to soar despite multiple rounds of sanctions. But if Treasury inspects the Kremlin’s breadcrumbs abroad, it may lead them to President Donald Trump—and ultimately help special counsel Robert Mueller.

      In Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff’s scandalous new book about the White House, Trump’s former chief strategist, Steve Bannon, warned that Mueller’s investigation will focus on money laundering. He predicted that the special counsel was going to “crack Don [Trump] Jr. like an egg on national TV.” A new sanctions-related spotlight on the business dealings of top Russian oligarchs’ will only add to Mueller’s ongoing scrutiny.

      Take Deutsche Bank, for instance, which U.S. and European regulators fined last year for helping Russian oligarchs move their money offshore. Deutsche has also been a long-time creditor of the Trump business empire. Last December, it was reportedly subpoenaed by Mueller, who is trying to determine if Russia—as it interfered in the presidential election—coordinated its efforts with the Trump Team. In January 2017, the bank was hit with hundreds of millions in penalties by the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) for violating anti-money laundering laws following a “mirror trading” scheme that shifted billions from the bank’s Moscow branch to New York and London and then onto the British Virgin Islands and other tax havens, according to DFS Superintendent Maria Vullo.

      “Basically, DB was putting money from [Russian] oligarchs into one pocket and lending the Trump Organization hundreds of millions from the other,” says Tim Brown, a London-based financial investigator who has done Russia-related work for Kroll Associates and other asset-tracing companies. “So far, there’s no proven connection between those pockets…In large banks like DB, it’s quite plausible that the guys at those two departments have never even met. But [the FBI and Treasury] will also be looking at the oligarchs’ private investments. Any of that money finds its way into Trump businesses and bam, you got a smoking gun…on money laundering.”

      http://www.newsweek.com/what-putin-may-really-have-trump-793208

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  7. ‘Embarrassing’: Devin Nunes’ home paper rips him to shreds for ‘ridiculous’ anti-FBI conspiracies
    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/01/embarrassing-devin-nunes-home-paper-rips-shreds-ridiculous-anti-fbi-conspiracies/#.WmvY34jzr7A.facebook

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    1. Nunes is a carrot short of a bunny feast.

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  8. NEW POLL: Majorities think Trump is reckless, profane and sexist
    http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/371082-poll-majorities-think-trump-is-reckless-profane-and-sexist

    Majorities of voters in a new poll say they think President Trump is reckless, profane and sexist. A Politico/Morning Consult poll finds 57 percent of voters said that Trump is reckless, while just 30 percent said he is not. Fifty-four percent of respondents said Trump is profane, compared with 28 percent who said the opposite.

    A majority, 51 percent, said he is sexist. Slightly less than half, 46 percent, said they think Trump is racist, while 40 percent of respondents disagree.

    Thirty-five percent of voters said Trump is honest. Only about a third of respondents said they think Trump is trustworthy and compassionate, pollsters found. The poll surveyed 1,994 registered voters from Jan. 18-20 and has a margin of error of 2 percentage points.

    A poll conducted earlier this month found a large majority of American voters say they don't believe Trump is a good role model for children. That poll found 67 percent of voters said they believe Trump is not a good role model, compared to 29 percent who said he is.

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    1. Majority thought that before electoral college put him into office

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    2. These polls never ask me for my opinion. Don't care what polls say.

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    3. Does anyone ask you for your opinion?

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    4. Poll: Most voters say Trump is not a good role model for children
      http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/370704-poll-most-voters-say-trump-is-not-a-good-role-model-for-children

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    5. So 11:14 seems to be admitting that he can't fathom just how large a number 300+ million people is and has no ability to understand statistical sampling.

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  9. Jorge Guajardo ‏Verified account
    @jorge_guajardo

    In a new low for Washington, yesterday @chefjoseandres was asked to leave the Alfalfa dinner after-party at @CafeMilanoDC by its owner, Franco Nuschesse, apparently because his presence made Ivanka Trump uncomfortable (Cafe Milano is the watering hole of the Trump Admin).

    Jose Andres is the chef who's been feeding the citizens of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.

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  10. That's so Scandalous, I will have to stay tuned tonight when part six is released.

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    1. Thanks, Ivanka. Don't look now, here comes Daddy.

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  11. Russians have a lot more to fear than the loss of their useful idiot, Trump, and his cohorts. The removal of the Trump/Kushner syndicate, whether by impeachment or indictment for lies about Russian contacts and collusion, may be a set back to the Russian oligarchs and certainly to Putin's desire to be the most influential and powerful person on the planet, but it is not what the oligarchs most fear.

    No, what they fear is the investigation into money laundering. If Trump and the syndicate are indicted for money laundering, so too will be Russian oligarchs and their henchmen who passed illicit money through Trump, whether through real estate deals in the US or "investments" overseas.

    Certainly the smarter of those oligarchs will be home in Russia and beyond the reach of US courts when the indictments issue. They will be safe from prosecution, though they may well lose their real property assets in the US and maybe some nominal bank account cash.

    But the real losses they will feel, losses that are likely causing them to redouble their efforts at trying to cut the tightening noose of the Mueller team, are the losses of the ability to travel and maintain investments anywhere in the western world, where arrest on the indictments and forfeiture of property, along with additional sanctions imposed by the next Democratic president, will follow them all their days.

    The Mother Russia they plundered will be their prison.

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  12. Trump will betray America this week - again.January 28, 2018 at 11:18 AM

    Deadline looms for Trump and Russia sanctions -- The president has until Monday to implement stiff penalties targeting the Kremlin — and lawmakers aren’t sure he’ll comply on time.

    President Donald Trump’s willingness to crack down on Russia will be seriously tested come Monday.

    Trump faces a major deadline to use the Russia sanctions power that Congress overwhelmingly voted to give him — and it’s anybody’s guess as to whether he’ll comply on time after missing the last deadline.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/01/28/trump-russia-sanctions-deadline-373106

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    1. Trump also made bigger deals with China and got Ivanka and Melania on the gravy train they also now they got products coming out of China. As far as the 40,000 new Pennsylania mining jobs Trump claimes he created till now there have been only 800 and its not because of Trump. Pussy grabber lies when he is breathing nothing but a con to win his stupid followers votes.

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    2. 11:28:
      I believe sir or madam that you have written partial wording that will be on Dumps tombstone:
      “Here lies a pussy grabber who lied while breathing but managed many a follower”.

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    3. That's the #1 reason Trump is so secretive about his finances. The sh**hole is just a low life con man controlled by the Russian mob

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  13. The GOP is pulling the plug on the Tangerine NightmareJanuary 28, 2018 at 12:06 PM

    Trump May Have Wanted Him Gone, But Top Republicans Back Mueller

    WASHINGTON ― Several top Republicans in Congress expressed their support on Sunday for special counsel Robert Mueller following reports that President Donald Trump wanted to fire him last year.

    House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said on NBC’s “Meet The Press” that he had confidence in Mueller but questions about other officials within the FBI and the Justice Department.

    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), appearing on ABC’s “This Week,” warned that any move to interfere with Mueller’s probe would be the end of the Trump presidency.

    Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) pointed out during a interview on CNN’s “State of the Union” that Trump cannot directly fire Mueller. He would have to pressure Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to do the deed.

    She said that at a Senate hearing last year she questioned Rosenstein “at length on this issue, and he was adamant that he would never give in to any White House pressure to remove Mr. Mueller.”

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/top-republicans-back-mueller_us_5a6df7bbe4b01fbbefb2b072?ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009

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    1. Mueller has been a Republican far longer than Donald Trump.

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  14. Trump, Barron, and the dog - I just heard an interview with David Frum about his new book, Trumpocracy. One of the questions he was asked was, what does he find most despicable about Trump? His answer: the cruelty. He gave several notorious examples, including his treatment of the Khan family and his mocking of the disabled NYT reporter. Another example was a story I had never heard before, whereby, supposedly, Trump promised his son Barron he could get a puppy if daddy won the election. After his win, some friend of Trump offered a puppy to take to the White House. According to Frum, Trump showed Barron a photo of the dog and Barron was so happy he started to cry with delight. Not long after, Trump told his son there would be no dog. He simply broke his promise to his son.

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  15. I so enjoy the silly postings of dribble drama, it sends the message that the Libs can't find any real concerns.
    With that nasty woman, the I can't win no matter what the polls say; Hillary.
    Anyone else notice how very quiet she is lately?
    Keeping a low profile while her past is catching up her.
    Lock her up.

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    1. Aww. How cute. A traitor. Hang 'em high!

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    2. They lock up the political opposition in Russia, not America 12:57. You're in the wrong country.
      https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/01/28/581409689/prominent-putin-critic-arrested-amid-nationwide-protests-against-upcoming-electi

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    3. Thanks for acknowledging that not being a traitor is a liberal trait.

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    4. Don’t gotta be liberal to hate trump.

      You’re worthless

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    5. Actually, I'm worth quite a bit due, in part, to the Obama rescue of the economy from the destruction wrought by non-liberal GOP fools and the concomitant Obama rise is the stock market.

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  16. Defeat is inevitable. Everybody knows it, even Trump
    Washington’s legal immune system is about to expel an infection from the body politic
    https://www.salon.com/2018/01/27/defeat-is-inevitable-everybody-knows-it-even-trump/

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  17. Die-hard Trump supporter who attended 45 rallies feels betrayed: ‘I feel hurt inside’
    https://www.nova-magazine.net/die-hard-trump-supporter-who-attended-45-rallies-feels-betrayed-i-feel-hurt-inside/

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  18. Scandalous 7pm./8pm.- A Woman named Paula.
    This is a much watch T.V.
    The Clinton's have made a mockery of the Woman's movement of #Me Too.
    Democrats own hypocrisy.

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    1. Who cares about the Clintons? Ancient history. Time to impeach Traitor Trump!

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    2. Trumpers couldn't survive without their Roy Cohn Whataboutism. They'd have to actually face who it is they support.

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    3. Apostrophe troll

      Google translate

      No one here gives a damn about either Clinton.

      Why do you?

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  19. I was wondering if you Dump asinine worshippers could understand that the stock market has been increasing at about the same rate for a decade. So wake up and realize your Orange Pig isn’t the reason for its success.

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    1. The funniest and saddest part of magafools' cheering about the stock market is that most of them live paycheck-to-paycheck in their "right-to-work for low wages in unsafe conditions states" and have no investments.

      They're like the poor fools who celebrate when their favorite athlete signs a mega-deal or complains that their favorite should be making $25 million a year instead of $20 million. Idiots all who can't be taught.

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  20. Donald Trump wants to fight the FBI? It’s a suicide mission - Presidents who take on the Bureau rarely win.
    https://www.politico.eu/article/donald-trump-fbi-fight-suicide-mission/

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  21. 5:58pm. Lol. Those low wages and unsafe condition states all have Democratic Governor's.

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    1. You're lying, of course. That is all you are. But c'mon, let's have a laugh. Name some of those states.

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    2. 6:37 won't respond because his lies aren't just big or even colossal, they're downright Trumpian.

      States with "right to work for low wages in unsafe conditions" laws listed by party affiliation of their governors:

      Democratic Governors

      Louisiana
      North Carolina
      Virginia

      Republican Governors

      Alabama
      Arizona
      Arkansas
      Florida
      Georgia
      Idaho
      Indiana
      Iowa
      Kansas
      Kentucky
      Michigan
      Mississippi
      Missouri
      Nebraska
      Nevada
      North Dakota
      Oklahoma
      South Carolina
      South Dakota
      Tennessee
      Texas
      Utah
      West Virginia
      Wisconsin
      Wyoming

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    3. Verifiable facts are just, like, so inconvenient.

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    4. So, where you from, troll?

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    5. Dogs bark, cats meow, trolls lie.

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  22. Perjury Panic at the White House
    https://www.axios.com/trump-white-house-worry-about-talking-to-mueller-93acd452-a053-47bd-87fd-7deb8c9c6883.html

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  23. Fox News and Hannity have the best ratings recently and they beat the crap out of Cnn and Msnbc aka Msdnc during the state of the union speech, cnn and nbc and abc news have all lost all credibility all they push is negative news and never report on good news and positive economic success.

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