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  1. Hey, "chairman"...........Are you Frank Sinatra's Ghost? Haahahaha, only kidding... Just wanted you to know, I am NOT, DEFINITELY NOT, a Democrap. The LAST DEMOCRAT I had ANY RESPECT FOR, was John F. Kennedy.....He was a Philadering Cheater, like Bubba Clinton, BUT HE HAD BALLS, AND HE HAD VISION! UNLIKE, THE 25 DEMOCRAP WANNABE'S, THAT CAME AFTER HIM! THE ONLY VISION DEMOCRAPS HAVE NOW, IS, "SUCK EVERY DOLLAR WE CAN, OUT OF BUSINESS, SUCK EVERY DOLLAR OUT OF JOHN Q. PUBLIC, MAKE "AMERICA" A DIRTY WORD, N0 LONGER TO BE FEARED, ALWAYS HAVING TO LOOK OUT FOR ATTACKS, FROM ALL SIDES.... THEY WILL NEVER GET OVER RONALD REAGAN HAVING DEFEATED COMMUNISM, THEIR FAVORITE STYLE OF GOVT... AND WILL NEVER GET OVER THE SHAKY BOBBLE-HEAD CORRUPT PIECE OF SHIIITT, HILLARY(in Shiitt Brown....!) ( "I WAS NAMED FOR SIR EDMUND CLIMBING EVEREST, I RAN ACROSS THE TARMAC IN A HAIL OF BULLETS ( PICS SHOW LITTLE FLOWER GIRLS ON THAT TARMAC, WITH YELLOW CARNATIONS, LAUGHING AND SMILING, Haahahahah!) CLINTON! THEY WILL NEVER GET OVER THAT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE REJECTED HER UGLY CORRUPT ASSSS, SO NOW THEY WANT TO PUNISH THEM!
  2. She is holding CLOSED- DOOR, DEMOCRAPS- ONLY HEARINGS... TYPICAL, FOR CORRUPT, CAN'T-WIN-AT-THE-BALLOT-BOX DEMOCRAPS, ..... Haahahaha!
  3. There will NOT be ONE document forthcoming from Republicans, OR WHITE HOUSE, because CORRUPT PELOSI IS TRYING TO SHUT REPUBLICANS OUT OF ANY INVESTIGATION!
  4. OH, CUT IT OUT!! YOU'VE HAD THAT GERBIL UP YOUR ASSS FOR WAY TOO LONG!!! IT'S CORRUPTED YOUR BRAIN, HAHAHA!!! What a boot-licking brainwashed slave YOU ARE!! YOU'RE a JOKE, HAHA! YOU just ADMITTED that you CARE about TRUMPS CORRUPTION, but you DON'T CARE ABOUT BIDEN'S, because "he's not truly corrupt".... DON'T YOU SEE, how Bad wording RETARDED that SOUNDS? DON'T YOU SEE how Bad wording retarded and brainwashed you ARE , Bad wording moron!!!?
  5. WHY It’s Time for Joe to Go Democrats need an antiracist nominee to run against a racist like Donald Trump. The third debate confirmed Biden isn’t up to the task By JAMIL SMITH Democratic presidential hopeful former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the third Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season hosted by ABC News in partnership with Univision at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas on September 12, 2019. ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images Democrats need an antiracist nominee against a racist like Donald Trump. The third debate confirmed that the former vice president isn’t up to the task. Rahm Emanuel helped Chicago police cover up Laquan McDonald’s murder for more than a year, but ABC viewers Thursday night had to listen to him say he thought Julián Castro had been too unkind to Joe Biden. Since it requires the least analysis and garners the most eyeballs, the punditry after presidential debates tends to be focused primarily upon the most tense moments, not the substantive ones. Castro, an underdog candidate who once served as President Obama’s HUD secretary, gave pundits like the disgraced former mayor considerable grist when he rather bluntly questioned the septuagenarian former vice president’s memory during a discussion about health care. “I think for Castro — he could have made the point, he had a legitimate point, but it’s a disqualifier the way he handled it,” Emanuel said shortly after ABC began its postgame coverage. “It will come across as mean and vindictive. That’s not who he is.” (He is an expert in “mean and vindictive” himself, so feigning horror at Castro’s attack is pretty rich. Emanuel is clearly better at hiding videotapes.) RELATED How Will Bernie Sanders' Health Scare Affect His Campaign? Trump Threatens to Sue After Being Asked to Pay Security Costs for His Rally I don’t know whether people like Emanuel have forgotten whom these Democrats are preparing to run against. If Castro’s point was correct, which it seems he wasn’t, how is it disqualifying if it’s only perceived as rude? Will they spend all of the general election scolding Donald Trump for being too cruel and obnoxious to their nominee? Perhaps they will, if it is Biden, a person whom party centrists like Emanuel are already prone to coddling. Treating the 76-year-old front-runner so delicately is arguably more insulting than questioning his mental fitness, especially considering the incumbent whom he is preparing to run against. Donald Trump is not merely a bully, but a racist one. Bigotry has been the marrow of his presidency, so whoever hopes to face him next year will need to at least be fluent in the language of antiracism, if not be practicing it. It is not enough, as author Ibram X. Kendi writes in his new book How to Be an Antiracist, to simply claim that you are “not a racist.” Democrats, particularly white liberals, have skated on that for generations. There is too much institutional cruelty for the next president to undo should a Democrat defeat Trump next fall. That is why though they are often contentious and occasionally unpleasant for the likes of Emanuel, debates are essential vetting tests, particularly this time around. Thankfully, ABC seemed to understand this. They had excellent moderators, including Univision’s Jorge Ramos and ABC correspondent Linsey Davis, the panel’s only African American. She asked several questions of the entire field that provoked the kind of frank and open discussion of black concerns and political interests that is rare for a presidential debate. It was fitting, given the setting on the historically black campus of Texas Southern University, but also because Davis said that young black voters consider racism their chief concern. Davis’ questioning provoked some fascinating responses. Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend who has released a comprehensive “Douglass Plan” to attack systemic racism, took note of how often our framework of “working class” defaults to whiteness. The two ex-prosecutors on stage, Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar, faced questions about their records (with varying success). Cory Booker called out jurisprudence for its simulacrum of enslavement, noting that “we have more African-Americans under criminal supervision today than all the slaves in 1850.” Beto O’Rourke signaled his support for a Congressional inquiry into reparations and took a cue from the recent New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project. “Racism in America is endemic. It is foundational,” the former Texas Congressman said. “We can mark the creation of this country not at the Fourth of July, 1776, but August 20, 1619, when the first kidnapped African was brought to this country against his will and in bondage and as a slave built the greatness and the success and the wealth that neither he nor his descendants would ever be able to fully participate in and enjoy.” However, Davis later directed a question at Biden concerning his alarming 1975 comments on school segregation. She read the full quote, “I don’t feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather, I feel responsible for what the situation is today, for the sins of my own generation, and I’ll be damned if I feel responsible to pay for what happened 300 years ago,” and Biden smirked oddly as she did so. The correspondent followed up by asking, “What responsibility do you think that Americans need to take to repair the legacy of slavery in our country?” Without missing a beat, the Democratic front-runner delivered a response that was considerably more disqualifying than anything Castro said all night. Having just had something offensive that he said 44 years ago quoted back to him, Biden took the opportunity to say something that was arguably worse. After proposing that teacher raises are the first step to undoing the legacy of slavery, Biden said the following. It’s worth reading in full. Number two, make sure that we bring in to help the teachers deal with the problems that come from home. The problems that come from home, we need — we have one school psychologist for every 1,500 kids in America today. It’s crazy. The teachers are — I’m married to a teacher. My deceased wife is a teacher. They have every problem coming to them. We have — make sure that every single child does, in fact, have 3-, 4-, and 5-year-olds go to school. School. Not daycare. School. We bring social workers into homes and parents to help them deal with how to raise their children. It’s not that they don’t want to help. They don’t — they don’t know quite what to do. Play the radio, make sure the television — excuse me, make sure you have the record player on at night, the — the — make sure that kids hear words. A kid coming from a very poor school — a very poor background will hear 4 million words fewer spoken by the time they get there. That’s the current front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination a) first appearing to treat the mere mention of an old segregationist quote of his as ridiculous, then b) responding to a question about repairing the legacy of slavery by saying that the government needs to have teachers go into the homes of kids in poor schools to teach the parents how to raise those children. And what color are the children, disproportionately, going to those poor schools? Nowhere in that answer is a prescription for making the poor families less so, nor for improving the schools. It’s the kind of paternalistic racism that has so long existed in both liberal and conservative circles, and was on Thursday night spilling out of the mouth of the former vice president on the campus of an HBCU. It was all quite a sight to behold
  6. Hunter Biden’s Democrap-Socially Acceptable Corruption Democrats SAY Donald Trump committed an impeachable offense, but prominent Americans also shouldn’t be leveraging their names for payoffs from shady clients abroad. SEP 27, 2019 Sarah Chayes Author of Thieves of State: Why Corruption Threatens National Security Enjoy unlimited access to The Atlantic for less than $1 per week. Sign in Subscribe Now How did this get to be standard practice? The whistle-blower scandal that has prompted the fourth presidential impeachment process in American history has put a spectacle from earlier this decade back on display: the jaw-smacking feast of scavengers who circled around Ukraine as Viktor Yanukovych, a Moscow-linked kleptocrat, was driven from power. Ukraine’s crisis was the latest to energize a club whose culture has come to be treated as normal—a culture in which top-tier lawyers, former U.S. public officials, and policy experts (and their progeny) cash in by trading on their connections and their access to insider policy information—usually by providing services to kleptocrats like Yanukovych. The renewed focus on Ukraine raises jangling questions: How did dealing in influence to burnish the fortunes of repugnant world leaders for large payoffs become a business model? How could America’s leading lights convince themselves—and us—that this is acceptable? Voicing this question now invites an immediate objection: “false equivalence.” Let’s dispense with it. What Donald Trump has done—in this case, according to the summary of a single phone call, lean on a foreign president to launch two spurious investigations in order to hurt political rivals, offering the services of the U.S. Department of Justice for the purpose—is shockingly corrupt, a danger to American democracy, and worthy of impeachment. Franklin Foer: Democracy versus kleptocracy But the egregiousness of these acts must not blind us to the culture of influence-peddling that surrounds and enables them. That culture is fundamental to the cynical state we are in, and it needs examining. All too often, the scandal isn’t that the conduct in question is forbidden by federal law, but rather, how much scandalous conduct is perfectly legal—and broadly accepted. Let’s start with Hunter Biden. In April 2014, he became a director of Burisma, the largest natural-gas producer in Ukraine. He had no prior experience in the gas industry, nor with Ukrainian regulatory affairs, his ostensible purview at Burisma. He did have one priceless qualification: his unique position as the son of the vice president of the United States, newborn Ukraine’s most crucial ally. Weeks before Biden came on, Ukraine’s government had collapsed amid a popular revolution, giving its gas a newly strategic importance as an alternative to Russia’s, housed in a potentially democratic country. Hunter’s father was comfortably into his second term as vice president—and was a prospective future president himself. There was already a template, in those days, for how insiders in a gas-rich kleptocracy could exploit such a crisis using Western “advisers” to facilitate and legitimize their plunder—and how those Westerners could profit handsomely from it. A dozen-plus years earlier, amid the collapse of the U.S.S.R. of which Ukraine was a part, a clutch of oligarchs rifled the crown jewels of a vast nation. We know some of their names, in some cases because of the work of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office: Oleg Deripaska, Viktor Vekselberg, Dmitry Rybolovlev, Leonard Blavatnik. That heist also was assisted by U.S. consultants, many of whom had posts at Harvard and at least one of whom was a protégé of future Treasury Secretary Larry Summers. Burisma’s story is of that stripe. The company had been founded by Mykola Zlochevsky, who, as Yanukovych’s minister of ecology and natural resources, had overseen Ukraine’s fossil-fuel deposits. When Hunter Biden joined Burisma’s board, $23 million of Zlochevsky’s riches were being frozen by the British government in a corruption probe. Zlochevsky fled Ukraine. The younger Biden enlisted his law firm, Boies Schiller Flexner, to provide what The New Yorker describes as “advice on how to improve the company’s corporate governance.” Eventually, the asset freeze on Zlochevsky was lifted. Deripaska defeated U.S. sanctions with similar help from other high-profile Americans. Recently, Hunter Biden told The New Yorker that “the decisions that I made were the right decisions for my family and for me” and suggested Trump was merely using him as the “tip of the spear” to undermine Joe Biden politically. There are no indications that Hunter’s activities swayed any decision his father made as vice president. Joe Biden did pressure Ukraine’s fledgling post-Yanukovych president to remove a public prosecutor—as part of concerted U.S. policy. So did every other Western government and dozens of Ukrainian and international pro-democracy activists. The problem was not that the prosecutor was too aggressive with corrupt businessman-politicians like Hunter Biden’s boss; it was that he was too lenient.
  7. Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story BY JOHN SOLOMON, THE HILL ivlin: My final thoughts on how to… The WHISTLEBLOWING of President Trump, on JOE BIDEN! by Former Vice President Joe Biden, now a 2020 Democratic presidential contender, has locked into a specific story about the controversy in Ukraine. He insists that, in spring 2016, he strong-armed Ukraine to fire its chief prosecutor solely because Biden believed that official was corrupt and inept, not because the Ukrainian was investigating a natural gas company, Burisma Holdings, that hired Biden's son, Hunter, into a lucrative job. There’s just one problem. Hundreds of pages of never-released memos and documents — many from inside the American team helping Burisma to stave off its legal troubles — conflict with Biden’s narrative. And they raise the troubling prospect that U.S. officials may have painted a false picture in Ukraine that helped ease Burisma’s legal troubles and stop prosecutors’ plans to interview Hunter Biden during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. For instance, Burisma’s American legal representatives met with Ukrainian officials just days after Biden forced the firing of the country’s chief prosecutor and offered “an apology for dissemination of false information by U.S. representatives and public figures” about the Ukrainian prosecutors, according to the Ukrainian government’s official memo of the meeting. The effort to secure that meeting began the same day the prosecutor's firing was announced. In addition, Burisma’s American team offered to introduce Ukrainian prosecutors to Obama administration officials to make amends, according to that memo and the American legal team’s internal emails. The memos raise troubling questions: 1.) If the Ukraine prosecutor’s firing involved only his alleged corruption and ineptitude, why did Burisma's American legal team refer to those allegations as “false information?" 2.) If the firing had nothing to do with the Burisma case, as Biden has adamantly claimed, why would Burisma’s American lawyers contact the replacement prosecutor within hours of the termination and urgently seek a meeting in Ukraine to discuss the case? Ukrainian prosecutors say they have tried to get this information to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) since the summer of 2018, fearing it might be evidence of possible violations of U.S. ethics laws. First, they hired a former federal prosecutor to bring the information to the U.S. attorney in New York, who, they say, showed no interest. Then, the Ukrainians reached out to President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Ukraine’s new president, Volodymyr Zelensky, told Trump in July that he plans to launch his own wide-ranging investigation into what happened with the Bidens and Burisma. “I’m knowledgeable about the situation,” Zelensky told Trump, asking the American president to forward any evidence he might know about. "The issue of the investigation of the case is actually the issue of making sure to restore the honesty so we will take care of that and will work on the investigation of the case.” Biden has faced scrutiny since December 2015, when the New York Times published a story noting that Burisma hired Hunter Biden just weeks after the vice president was asked by President Obama to oversee U.S.-Ukraine relations. That story also alerted Biden’s office that Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin had an active investigation of Burisma and its founder. Documents I obtained this year detail an effort to change the narrative after the Times story about Hunter Biden, with the help of the Obama State Department. Hunter Biden’s American business partner in Burisma, Devon Archer, texted a colleague two days after the Times story about a strategy to counter the “new wave of scrutiny” and stated that he and Hunter Biden had just met at the State Department. The text suggested there was about to be a new “USAID project the embassy is announcing with us” and that it was “perfect for us to move forward now with momentum.” I have sued the State Department for any records related to that meeting. The reason is simple: There is both a public interest and an ethics question to knowing if Hunter Biden and his team sought State’s assistance while his father was vice president. The controversy ignited anew earlier this year when I disclosed that Joe Biden admitted during a 2018 videotaped speech that, as vice president in March 2016, he threatened to cancel $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees, to pressure Ukraine’s then-President Petro Poroshenko to fire Shokin. At the time, Shokin’s office was investigating Burisma. Shokin told me he was making plans to question Hunter Biden about $3 million in fees that Biden and his partner, Archer, collected from Burisma through their American firm. Documents seized by the FBI in an unrelated case confirm the payments, which in many months totaled more than $166,000. Some media outlets have reported that, at the time Joe Biden forced the firing in March 2016, there were no open investigations. Those reports are wrong. A British-based investigation of Burisma's owner was closed down in early 2015 on a technicality when a deadline for documents was not met. But the Ukraine Prosecutor General's office still had two open inquiries in March 2016, according to the official case file provided me. One of those cases involved taxes; the other, allegations of corruption. Burisma announced the cases against it were not closed and settled until January 2017. After I first reported it in a column, the New York Times and ABC News published similar stories confirming my reporting. Joe Biden has since responded that he forced Shokin’s firing over concerns about corruption and ineptitude, which he claims were widely shared by Western allies, and that it had nothing to do with the Burisma investigation. Some of the new documents I obtained call that claim into question. In a newly sworn affidavit prepared for a European court, Shokin testified that when he was fired in March 2016, he was told the reason was that Biden was unhappy about the Burisma investigation. “The truth is that I was forced out because I was leading a wide-ranging corruption probe into Burisma Holdings, a natural gas firm active in Ukraine and Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, was a member of the Board of Directors,” Shokin testified. “On several occasions President Poroshenko asked me to have a look at the case against Burisma and consider the possibility of winding down the investigative actions in respect of this company but I refused to close this investigation,” Shokin added. Shokin certainly would have reason to hold a grudge over his firing. But his account is supported by documents from Burisma’s legal team in America, which appeared to be moving into Ukraine with intensity as Biden’s effort to fire Shokin picked up steam.
  8. SEE? SEE, THE MORONIC, INFANTILE RIDICULOUSNESS, THE GULLIBILITY, OF SOME? THERE SHOULD BE A TEST, A QUESTIONAIRE, THAT IS A REQUIREMENT, BEE ANONE, CAN CAST A BALLOT, EVEN FOR A DOG CATCHER, IN THIS COUNTRY.... BECAUSE, a percentage of the populous has ALREADY BEEN BRAINWASHED AND PROPAGANDIZED, TO SUCH AN EXTENT, THEY ARE SO HANDICAPPED BY THE MEDIA'S INDOCTRINATION OF THEM, THAT THEY ARE A DANGER TO US ALL, IN THE VOTING BOOTH!!!!!!!!!! JUST LOOK, ABOVE! "America media is FINE." (NOT EVEN "American", as an INTELLIGENT person would've written, Haha,) THAT STATEMENT ALONE, DISQUALIFIES ANYONE FROM HAVING ENOUGH INTELLIGENCE, TO CAST AN INFORMED VOTE!
  9. SEE? THIS, is a problem we have in this country.....but biggest problem by far worse than crooked politicians, crooked media, is the fact that a certain percentage of the American public is SO dumb and so gullible and so robot like and BRAINWASHED, that they automatically say that everything is goings okay. Does is fine I was just made up or made up by Fox News when his proven facts that the man should have been thrown out of office...... but YET, if a REPUBLICAN is ACCUSED of something wrong, ( a daily occurrence from the MSM) they are AUTOMATICALLY GUILTY..... Now I ASK you, HOW can you have ANY kind of a semblance of a DECENT COUNTRY with an HONEST, Representative REPUBLIC, when ONE THIRD of the COUNTRY are Morons and BRAINWASHED MYRMADONS? And as I said BEFORE, I am NOT insulting any SPECIFIC individual- just a general statement about most Democrats that speak out.....
  10. You said something very valid a while back, as are most of your posts...You said, "Anyone with an IQ over 40 knows Trump is an attention/publicity- seeker. True. I have another, equally valid: "Anyone with an IQ over 40 KNOWS, that virtually ALL POLITICANS LIE, AND ALMOST ALL ARE CORRUPT, IN ONE FASHION OR ANOTHER..... Whether it is a Corruption of Financial Gain, as Clinton and Obama were (BOTH came into office with small bank accounts, LEFT AS MULTI-MILLIONAIRES), or whether it is a Corruption of the Truth, a Corruption for the Party to Gain POWER, etc....." BUT THESE MYRMADON, BOOT-LICKING DEMOCRAPS, WHO THINK THAT "THEIR MAN" IS PURE AS DRIVEN SNOW, AND EVERY REPUBLICAN IS AN EVIL DEMON OF SATAN, ..... I JUST CAN'T HELP BUT LAUGH AT THEM, BUT I AM ALSO SADDENED, THAT IN 2019, WE STILL HAVE AMERICANS WHO CALL THEMSELVES EDUCATED, THAT ARE SO FKKING STUPID, MORONIC, AND GULLIBLE!
  11. You should KNOW, slitman..you ARE ONE, Haahahaha..... A mirmadon is another name for a mindless robot, a mannequin.... Like most Democraps..... A lackey, an arssseHoole- licker, as in "The entire DEMOCRAP PARTY, were myrmidons of Barry Sotero, the illegal immigrant otherwise known as Barack Hussein Obama" Get it, now?
  12. THAT JUST PROVES THEY WERE BOTH GOING AFTER THE QUEER -GERBIL-LOVERS' VOTE, Haahahaha.....
  13. See, THIS is what I see as the REAL DANGER, in this country.... HOW can you have ANY SEMBLANCE OF A GOOD NATION, HOW CAN YOU HAVE ANYTHING CLOSE TO AN HONEST ACCOUNTING, WHERE POLITICIANS AND REPRESAENTATIVES ARE HELD TO ACCOUNT, WHEN YOU HAVE ONE-THIRD OF THE NATION MADE UP OF MIRMADON, BRAINWASHED MANNEQUINS, THAT THINK SOMEONE WITH ONE LETTER AFTER THEIR NAME IS AN ANGEL, AND ANOTHER LETTER, IS A DEVIL? HOW DO YOU HAVE ANY KIND OF REPRESENTATIVE REPUBLIC, WHEN A THIRD OF THE POPULACE ARE MORONIC MOUTH-DROOLERS, WAINTING FOR THE NEXT CNN, OR MESS-NBC BROADCAST, TO TELL THEM WHAT TO THINK?
  14. YOU didn't see the Edition the edit ......check it out!
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