Saturday, July 14, 2018

Charles Pierce: Mueller Has the Goods—All of the Goods

Mod: The following refreshing article appears on the Esquire Magazine website today.  Some folks will probably not like it, I am sad to say.

Mueller Has the Goods—All of the Goods (Esquire link): "The conspiracy had as its object impairing, obstructing, and defeating the lawful governmental functions of the United States by dishonest means in order to enable the Defendants to interfere with U.S. political and electoral processes, including the 2016 U.S. presidential election." — United States of America v. Internet Research Agency et. al.

Goddamn them all. Goddamn the hackers. Goddamn the journalists who laundered the pilfered material. Goddamn any of them who treated Roger Stone as a source, or as a cute prankster, instead of the nasty vandal he’s always been. Goddamn the pundits who chortled over the pilfered material. Goddamn the politicians who profited from the hacking. Goddamn the politicians who minimized the hacking. Goddamn the politicians who still stonewall about the hacking. Goddamn the “activists” who ranted about “McCarthyism” when anybody pointed out that the 2016 presidential election had been poisoned from afar. Goddamn them all as traitors, if not to the American nation, then to everything that ever made that nation worth the bother.

They conspired, wittingly or unwittingly. They colluded, wittingly or unwittingly. They are accessories, before and after the fact, to the hijacking of a democratic election. So, yes, goddamn them all.

The UK trip is not going well.
Bob Mueller dropped the first of many shoes on Friday. Rod Rosenstein announced the indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers on charges of helping to ratfck the 2016 presidential election under the noms de ratfck "DCLeaks" and "Guccifer 2.0." Rosenstein went out of his way to say that no Americans were named in the indictment, so the White House grabbed onto that as though it were the last floating deck chair off the Lusitania.

But it is very clear from the indictment that Mueller has the goods, all of the goods, and that nothing is going to slow him down or knock him off pace. (Notice how the indictment details how seriously the Russians took the president* appeal to them to find HRC’s “lost” emails.) The mills of the gods and all that.

Here’s the whole indictment, and its Tolstoyan cast of defendants, for you to read. Nobody has any illusions that these folks ever will see the inside of a United States federal courthouse, although a little discreet abduction wouldn’t be out of line, as far as I’m concerned. (Not really, but, maybe.) But there’s enough in the indictment to make a lot of people in this country nervous. To wit:

Between in or around June 2016 and October 2016, the Conspirators used Guccifer 2.0 to release documents through WordPress that they had stolen from the DCCC and DNC. The Conspirators, posing as Guccifer 2.0, also shared stolen documents with certain individuals.

a. On or about August 15, 2016, the Conspirators, posing as Guccifer 2.0, received a request for stolen documents from a candidate for the U.S. Congress. The Conspirators responded using the Guccifer 2.0 persona and sent the candidate stolen documents related to the candidate’s opponent.

b. On or about August 22, 2016, the Conspirators, posing as Guccifer 2.0, transferred approximately 2.5 gigabytes of data stolen from the DCCC to a then-registered state lobbyist and online source of political news. The stolen data included donor records and personal identifying information for more than 2,000 Democratic donors.

On or about August 22, 2016, the Conspirators, posing as Guccifer 2.0, sent a reporter stolen documents pertaining to the Black Lives Matter movement. The reporter responded by discussing when to release the documents and offering to write an article about their release.

44. The Conspirators, posing as Guccifer 2.0, also communicated with US. persons about the release of stolen documents. On or about August 15, 2016, the Conspirators, posing as Guccifer 2.0, wrote to a person who was in regular contact with senior member of the presidential campaign of Donald J. Trump, “thank for writing back . . . anyt[h]ing interesting in the docs I posted?”

On or about August 17, 2016, the Conspirators added, “please tell me if i can help anyhow . . . it would be a great pleasure to me.? On or about September 9, 2016, the Conspirators, again posing as Guccifer 2.0, referred to a stolen document posted online and asked theperson, “What do think of the info on the turnout model for the democrats entire presidential campaign?” The person responded, “[p]retty standard.”

Ignorance will be pleaded. The candidate, lobbyist, journalist, and person close to the Trump campaign will argue that they thought they were dealing with that 400-pound guy in New Jersey. It’s too late now to start believing those protestations.

There was enough out there about the ratfcking in the middle of the summer of 2016 to make anyone who cared to look suspicious of being handed anything by hackers, and this includes WikiLeaks, which has had its halo knocked into the Bay of Fundy for good and all by this indictment.

Too many people didn’t care, because Trump couldn’t ever win, and because it had been open season on Hillary Rodham Clinton for 25 years, and, boy, was that ever fun!

There's so much more coming. You can feel the hoofbeats of the horseman and the baying of the hounds behind every syllable of this indictment. My guess is that Mueller's not going to move on anyone in the United States until very late in the game. He's given all those folks a look at just a piece of what he's got. That's got to have their knees watery.

And, because this is 2018, and everything is awful and strange, the president* this conspiracy helped to install is meeting, one on one, with the architect of it all, the Tsar of all the ratfckers, tomorrow. Everyone should be so very proud.

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128 comments:

  1. Why is it surprising that Democrats get hacked? Sarah palin had her email account hacked and I don’t remember a special counsel being appointed. The republicans had better protection. And why didn’t the dnc let the fbi investigate it Because Hillary was bought off in the uranium deal. Why do you think she deleted emails after they had been subpoenaed.

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    1. Why do you think anyone is going to believe this nonsense?

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    2. David Kernell
      The Sarah Palin email hack occurred on September 16, 2008, during the 2008 United States presidential election campaign when the Yahoo! personal email account of vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin was subjected to unauthorized access. The hacker, David Kernell, had obtained access to Palin's account by looking up biographical details such as her high school and birthdate and using Yahoo!'s account recovery for forgotten passwords. Kernell then posted several pages of Palin's email on 4chan's /b/ board. Kernell, who at the time of the offense was a 20-year-old college student, was the son of longtime Democratic state representative Mike Kernell of Memphis.

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    3. Why are so many commenters so willing to side with America's enemy, Vladimir Putin?

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    4. Scotland's national newspaper slams Trump as an 'appalling human being' as he visits UK
      http://www.businessinsider.com/scotland-national-newspaper-trump-appalling-human-being-2018-7

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    5. Well, at least they finally got a room.

      The Risks Lying Within Donald Trump’s One-on-One Meeting With Vladimir Putin
      https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-risks-lying-within-donald-trumps-one-on-one-meeting-with-vladimir-putin-1531145446

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    6. Doofus Don.

      Trump Walks in Front of Queen Elizabeth, Causing Social Media Frenzy
      Queen Elizabeth II may not have been amused, but the Twitterati certainly was.

      During President Trump’s hourlong visit with the queen at Windsor Castle on Friday — they shared tea, a handshake and traditional pomp-and-circumstance — one awkward moment stood out on social media. It was when President Trump momentarily seemed to (gasp!) walk in front of the queen.

      Mr. Trump walked slightly ahead of the queen as they inspected her honor guard. At one point, she gestured to Mr. Trump and appeared to direct him forward with her white-gloved right hand. He walked in front of her and then stopped, which cut off her path and forced her to sidestep around him.

      The queen is also 92 years old — Mr. Trump’s elder by 20 years — and many said that alone should warrant deference.

      https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/14/us/trump-walks-front-queen-elizabeth.html

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    7. Sarah Palin... failed fringe footnote

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  2. And where was Obama? Why didn’t he do anything. My virus software detects an intrusion every day. Why is it a surprise people try it on stupid democrats and they stupidly fall for it.

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    1. Why are you an apologist for a Russian attack on America? Are you a traitor?

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    2. "My virus software detects an intrusion every day." What are you a secret agent or living in a fantasy world?

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    3. 7:21 - He knows this because of the tin foil he wears on his head.

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  3. So what does this have to do with trump other than that he joked about how stupid the democrats were to have their emails stolen.

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    1. Patience, comrade. It will all come out before November's election. You'll have plenty of time to serve on the Internet as a Putin apologist then.

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    2. When republicans increase their strength in the senate and hold the house I am going to laugh and laugh at you. Foreign governments like China and Russia are hacking us every second of every day. We hack them. Only incompetent Hillary and the DNC are dumb enough not to have proper safeguards in place. Which is standard for her since she used her private server to receive and store secret material and even let Anthony Weiner have access. Hillary and the DNC got hacked because they are stupid and careless. Right now the Chinese are stealing military weapon plans...wake up.

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    3. "Right now the Chinese are stealing military weapon plans...wake up."

      Who is the president "right now?"

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    4. I don't think they are stealing those plans. Trump is trading them for favorable photo ops with Xi Jinping.

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    5. 7:30 - By siding with the lunatic radical Trump so-called "conservatives" have disgraced themselves for all times. You will win nothing.

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  4. Annie get your gun and lock your doors. The truth is coming out and it’s not going to be easy on liars and law breakers it appears. What’s been bestowed upon US is a division never seen before. Practiced around the world as we watch international news and now right here in River City America “big time”. We are going to see where Truth and Honesty ends up as this will set the pace for our future.

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    1. If they got the goods on Cheeto in Chief I hope they publicize it all sooner than later. Most of us have been waiting since the morning we woke up shocked that he had been elected.

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  5. Should you be held responsible and treated as a co-conspirator because someone sends you information you dismiss as “standard stuff”. You can’t keep people from sending you an email as you well know.

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    1. Why didn't Trump report that he was receiving stolen information from a country with no love for America?

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    2. Trump didn't receive anything and has never sent an email in his life...because he is smarter than you.

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    3. Never sent an email in his life? Really? That's crazy, bro. Old fat pants is on the internet constantly.

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    4. I'm not an email person myself. I don't believe in it,” he said at an event in Doral, Florida, July 27. “I think it can be hacked, for one thing. When I send an email, I mean, if I send one, I send one almost never. I'm just not a believer in email. A lot of people have taught me that, including Hillary [Clinton]. But, honestly, it could be maybe attacked. Who knows.”

      Two days later, he talked about how widespread hacking was and, specifically, said Russia is apparently “excellent” at it.

      “The hacking is all over the place. I hear China is brutal. They say Russia is excellent,” he said at a July 29 town hall event in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

      “And you have guys sitting in their home that are very good. You have people, men and women, sitting in their homes that are better than the people that are the inventors.”

      Trump also talked in July about how he prefers the idea of using couriers to transport top-secret information, especially when it pertains to military intelligence.

      “I guarantee you General George Patton, who was rough as hell, he wouldn't be doing emails when he's going to be ready to attack. If he were around, he'd say, ‘I don't like that system at all,’” Trump said.

      Trump apparently intends to take the idea to heart, saying Saturday that he will place an emphasis on such self-described “old school” tactics when it comes to keeping information protected during the Trump administration.

      “If you have something really important, write it out and have it delivered by courier, the old-fashioned way because I'll tell you what, no computer is safe,” Trump said in Palm Beach.

      “I don't care what they say, no computer is safe. I have a boy who's ten years old. He can do anything with a computer. You want something to really go without detection, write it out and have it sent by courier.”

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    5. Want to end up looking like a fool? Believe anything Trump says.

      ‘Too inconvenient’: Trump goes rogue on phone security
      The president has kept features at risk for hacking and resisted efforts by staff to inspect the phones he uses for tweeting.
      https://www.politico.com/story/2018/05/21/trump-phone-security-risk-hackers-601903

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  6. Didn’t the dems refuse the help of the FBI when it was advised that there was hacking going on? The rep took the help. So does that mean the rep would have been hacked if they hadn’t taken the offer from the FBI?

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    1. Do you have a cite backing up this gibberish?

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    2. I wish I had saved the article for people like you. I will look to see if I can find it.

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    3. https://www.cnn.com/2016/07/25/politics/democratic-convention-dnc-emails-russia/index.html

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  7. Not following the article. Who is the person saying "Goddamn" writing in the third person?
    Is this unnamed person jumping up and down in place while obsessing over and over on the Goddamn word?

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    1. He is a writer for a national magazine who is trying to point out to you that the president is a traitor.

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    2. Pierce is always a good read. The word he uses to condemn includes a mythological, magical entity. So?

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  8. President Obama was directing his staff for eight years, that counter software be written inorder to detect "spying" in government software.

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  9. The division has been ever present for some time now.
    No longer do we see Americans fighting for America..
    We see emotionally connected entitled individuals whom have never had to function in the world of reality.

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    1. A very good description of the current president.

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    2. Good description of all politicians, actually.

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    3. A very good description of every politician in Washington.

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  10. Russia is not our enemy. Russia is our ally. Because Russia is a white homeland fighting to secure a place in this world for white children. Your borders and flags are meaningless to the inferior slime invading you from Latin America who intend to outvote you and steal your land and everything built by White America. This is a struggle for white survival and Russia is our ally in that struggle. You are the enemy and a traitor to the future prospects of your own blood.

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    1. A pretty accurate assessment of what goes on in the minds of many Trump supporters. Nice that this jerk has brought it out into the open.

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    2. You are your own enemy, you paranoid coward.

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    3. Whatever you say, Baby Adolf.

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    4. White America? Surely you have seen the FB post with the Planes Indians family group asking: if you were not here before 1492 you are an immigrant.

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    5. I believe we are being visited by a Nutzi.

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    6. I look at Russia and I see white people trying to survive while surrounded by asians and muslims. I look at you and I see a white traitor eagerly handing over Heritage America to the black and brown dregs of humanity while morally preening and telling us all that a real American allows his country to be stolen from him by invaders.

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    7. OK Baby Adolph.

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    8. Trump's pappy was in the Klan. The racist lunatic fringe loves Fat Donald because they know he is one of them. All in the family.

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  11. Goddamn, how much have the Muller Inestigators cost the American puplic?

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    1. A lot less than the Benghazi investigation.

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    2. A lot less than spent on Trump golfing.

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    3. Trump’s $56 Million in Golf Trips, Cost by Extravagant Cost
      https://www.cheatsheet.com/money-career/trumps-56-million-in-golf-trips-cost-by-extravagant-cost.html

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    4. Trump/Russia Special Counsel criminal investigation cost (1 year): $17 million and rising
      Obama Special Counsel criminal investigation cost (8 years): $0.00

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  12. Ahem, 8:03am, enlighten me of the existence of Black Russians?

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  13. Both investigations gave no results.

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    1. You are unfamiliar with the indictments and guilty pleas resulting from the Mueller investigation? Five of Trump's boys filed guilty pleas, and one is currently in the lock up. You need to expand your reading a little. Try reading the post you are replying to first.

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    2. yeah and do any of these guilty pleas relate to the trump campaign? No.

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    3. Trump's campaign manager, Paul Manafort, is currently in prison. As an example.

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    4. Is he in prison for anything having to do with Trump? No.

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    5. SEAN SPICER CONTRADICTS DONALD TRUMP: IMPRISONED PAUL MANAFORT PLAYED KEY ROLE IN 2016 CAMPAIGN
      http://www.newsweek.com/sean-spicer-paul-manafort-central-role-trump-campaign-1020555

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    6. MIKE PENCE COULD BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT AND HE WAS HANDPICKED BY PAUL MANAFORT
      http://www.newsweek.com/mike-pence-was-handpicked-paul-manafort-696412

      Article is from 10/17.

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    7. But is Manafort in prison for anything having to do with Trump? No.

      And the men who worked for Hillary who conspired to disrupt Trump political rallies...when are they being investigated for interfering in the election? When is Christopher Steele, a Brit and someone who works for foreign intelligence agencies going to be indicted for interfering in our election? When is George Soros who also is a citizen of Hungary going to be indicted for funding the disruption of election activities?

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    8. Manafort was Trump's Presidential Campaign Chair.

      One key thing about Trump employees: They never profit without letting the boss get his beak wet. Stay tuned.

      The dossier was originally commissioned by Conservatives. Nothing in it has been disproven.

      The Soros stuff is just your paranoia seeping to the surface, though, of course, everyone knows Soros is personally watching you.

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    9. You tortured animals as a 12 year old and you have never disproved it.

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    10. 11:25 is frothing rabidly today.

      Trumps’s campaign chair plead guilty!!! Flynn plead guilty!!!

      Cowardly pointing fingers at someone in Hungary?

      Fake troll got owned today

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  14. Has the Smithsonian secured a spot for the instillation of the Benghazi Video; the one filmed by the independent producer from California? It is the place marker for this century?

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    1. No charges filed, no indictments. Why is it the Benghazi boobs can't get that through their thick and tin foiled heads?

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    2. Benghazi wasnt a criminal investigation. Apples and oranges. But don't let that stop you making a fool of yourself.

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    3. Had any wrongdoing been uncovered, it would have led to one. Fool.

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    4. Benghazi was a preemptive character assassination knowing that Clinton would be the next democratic candidate. It worked.

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    5. When will there be an investigation of the deaths of 4 American soldiers in Niger on Trump's watch?

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    6. Never. They were black.

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  15. Wait until this breaks wide open also,
    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/pence-familys-failed-gas-stations-cost-taxpayers-20-million/

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  16. Can so many russophilic racists live in Sierra Madre?

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    1. I think a lot of these comments are from trolls. Some of whom are not from this country.

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    2. Hey mod, any Russian page hit visitors today?

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    3. It’s so obvious...

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  17. So to Mr. Whataboutism 6:55 a 20 year old college student hacking the ramblings of a dimwitted failed governor is the same as the Russian government conducting a widespread hacking and the highjacking of an American presidential election.

    This is but one example that shows either:

    (1) RWNJs and their Russian co-conspirators who want to destroy the United States of America can't see that the noose is tightening, or

    (2) RWNJs and their Russian co-conspirators who want to destroy the United States of America are in denial of the fact that the ever tightening noose cannot be stopped.

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    1. So Russia releasing real emails from the DNC and John Podesta "hijacked" the election how? Because the DNC and Podesta emails showed they were dishonest liars and couldn't be trusted to be in charge? And that is a bad thing how? Do you think the truth should have been withheld from the voters?

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    2. So you are ok with hostile foreign countries hacking into a US presidential election?

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    3. Of course 11:31 approves of the hacking. That's how traitorous Russian collaborators roll.

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    4. its not about being "ok" with it. they try and the smart people stop them...Podesta himself fell for a phishing trick and gave the Russians his password that a 12 year old wouldnt fall for. Are you ok with the $80 billion dollars a year the USA spends spying on foreign countries? Do you think the fruit of that spying is just saved on a hard drive and not used to influence those countries? The USA spends $80 billion with 100,000 employees and contractors across 16 government agencies engaged in intelligence activities. And 12 russians trick stupid Hillary and the DNC and you have a melt down.

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    5. Back in the 60s it was the left that was accused of siding with the enemy. Today it is the right that is pushing the talking points of America's enemies. Folks like 11:55. Go to Russia, you bum.

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    6. Given his logic, 11:55/31 would have had the US give arms to Germany, Japan, and Italy in WWII to make the fight more fair.

      We can go on and on, but stupid has no cure.

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    7. Treachery has no cure either--other than a prison cell.

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    8. That was the "accusation" 12:00, but the left in the 60's was fighting for the good of our country.

      Republicans today fight for the good of Russia, hoping that America can become authoritarian and white nationalist like Russia.

      The racist underpinnings of the GOP support for Trump and other enemies of the US cannot be understated.

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    9. Difference is in the 60s the so-called ‘left’ wasn’t siding with any enemies- they were fighting the same elitist oligarchs we are fighting today. The oligarchs mere side with Russia now because it too is again controlled by oligarchs.

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  18. 9:16am study your facts. 1492, we, our ancestors were settlers.
    It is all of the Native Tribes in America that are immigrants.

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    1. Wackadoodle doo!

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    2. You are meaningless

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  19. Trump follows the script given to him by Russia and Russian trolls and blames Obama for not preventing Trump's Russian co-conspirators from hacking and subverting the election.

    https://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/trump-blames-obama-over-russian-hacking

    By analogy, any money laundering and other crimes by Manafort, Trump Org, Flynn, Cohen, et al is the fault of Obama and W Bush and B Clinton for not stopping them.

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  20. Other countries want to reduce our power and influence and influence domestic events. We have a multi-billion dollar effort to spy on and do the same things to them. So what? Why is that a crime? If it is a crime for Russia it is a crime for the NSA and CIA to do it overseas and in the FBI's case a crime to attempt to influence the domestic election? Grow up.

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    1. Why do you hate America? Is it a daddy issue?

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    2. 11:28 likes to repeat himself in different threads, so I'll post again what I posted above:

      "Given his logic, 11:55/31 would have had the US give arms to Germany, Japan, and Italy in WWII to make the fight more fair.

      We can go on and on, but stupid has no cure."

      "Treachery has no cure either--other than a prison cell."

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    3. George Bush's grandfather, the late US senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany.
      The Guardian has obtained confirmation from newly discovered files in the US National Archives that a firm of which Prescott Bush was a director was involved with the financial architects of Nazism.

      His business dealings, which continued until his company's assets were seized in 1942 under the Trading with the Enemy Act, has led more than 60 years later to a civil action for damages being brought in Germany against the Bush family by two former slave labourers at Auschwitz and to a hum of pre-election controversy.

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    4. Yo, this troll making believe likes we should just sit back and watch the sporting event for entertainment.

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  21. Trump Administration/Campaign Indictments/Convictions (1.5 years):

    Vox tally: "With a new indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers filed this Friday, special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has either indicted or gotten guilty pleas from 32 people and three companies — that we know of."

    Obama Administration/Campaign Indictments/Convictions (8 years):

    Tally: 1 - General Patreus (Republican)

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  22. There were a confederate of North American Indian Nations before 1492 - but someone left the door open and some pretty grubby group of pirates invading Our Shores.

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  23. Ah, one too many Johnny Depp movies there 11:45am?

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  24. Only rich people live in Sierra Madre.

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    1. It’s clear you don’t live here

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  25. Mueller has all the goods on Hillary Clinton and John Podesta.

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    1. Probably does. Difference is their not conspiring criminals.

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    2. Trump loons sure got a thing about Hillary.

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  26. 1:43pm creates stories inside their head.

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    1. Stories are usually created in heads. Stories created in other parts of the body are usually not as interesting.

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  27. 12:11pm again with the history lessons:
    The Democratic Party supported the locking up of Japanese Americans and the taking of their personal property.
    The Democratic Party supported the keeping of slaves and do not support the Civil War to free individuals locked in chains.

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    1. I wonder how many Russian hits we have now since the earlier count

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    2. For those of you easily influenced by trolls, here an article that again debunks the oft-promulgated alt-right talking points bullsh1t on civil-war-eta Democrats:

      https://www.mediaite.com/online/yes-democrats-supported-slavery-but-that-misses-the-point/

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  28. True 1:50pm, i said only rich people live in Sierra Madre, and you are white, just saying.

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    1. Nice try, hackneyed goon. I’m maybe 1/2 white and not rich- I’m $100k in debt...
      😂

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    2. 2:57 has posted variations of that inanity here about 50 times. He's like a parrot who can only say one thing. Terribly tedious.

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  29. Exactly how does one conspire "unwittingly." Dope. And did you notice that this time FBI Bob didn't name any corporate entities so that Reed Smith wouldn't force him to actually Submit evidence for his allegations. Nice. And, of course, John you are now 2 years into your fever dream having burned through recounts, flipping electors, emoluments, Billy Bush, Stormy and GOLDEN SHOWERS! Your last hope is Obi Wan Bob, who would have leaked the collusion goods if he had 'em. In the meantime our "Russian tool" president is running up the score and consolidating votes PA, WIS, Ohio, Iowa, Fla, and all the other states with working class folks who have been screwed by the globalist "elites" and their enablers - that is folks like you! And in case you haven't noticed, our President is growing support in the Hispanic And African American communities. So, mi compadre, enjoy this beautiful Saturday and remember- Keep America Great!

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    1. John Crawford, local blogger = globalist elite

      Donald Trump, billionaire casino owner/real-estate developer = regular joe.

      Ok buddy enjoy your pipe dream

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    2. Dumb Fool- the stock market was at 25k back in January. It’s gone nowhere in 7 months.

      The Dow’s rise was more impressive under Obama if you start measuring at the market’s low point, on March 9, 2009, during the depths of the Great Recession. That day, the Dow closed at 6,547. Between then and Jan. 5 — a 10-month period — the Dow rose by a stunning 61 percent. That’s more than three times faster than Trump’s rise over the same period in his term.

      Trolls get trumped again!!!

      Maga Gaga saga obama trumped yo mama.

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    3. Trumpies are living in fantasyland. Let them have their moment. It won't last.

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  30. Russia showed how the dnc and Hillary lied to Bernie supporters and how it was all rigged for Hillary. thank you Russia.

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    1. Sure Mr. Quisling. Why don't you go there and thank them personally?

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    2. You are a terrorist

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    3. Only for traitors.

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  31. Ah, affirmative action apartheid baby 3:19pm - thank you for sharing.

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    1. Ewww... 5:48 having wet dreams

      Still upset about 1865

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  32. Damn... mod is letting the racists run loose today

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  33. Republicans Start World Wars, Democrats finish them. Just the FACTS.

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    1. Remember the Maine!

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  34. “There is no allegation in this indictment that Americans knew that they were corresponding with Russians. There is no allegation in this indictment that any American citizen committed a crime. There is no allegation that the conspiracy changed the vote count or affected any election result.”

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    1. Your answer.

      https://sierramadretattler.blogspot.com/2018/07/wheres-collusion-trump-is-colluding.html

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