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  1. ""There are most definitely deep state operatives posing as career Foreign Service employees and Intelligence Community employees who oppose the presidents right to exercise his foreign policy initiatives"" his foreign policy initiatives.....you mean his BRIBES? remember....."EVERYONE WAS INVOLVED"
  2. Hey Einstein....why won't the Criminal LYING POS allow his Cabinet to Testify???????????????????? Everyone so far has proved he's GUILTY...lets hear from the Admin next
  3. Fiona Hill..."The US is running out of time to stop Russia Interference in 2020"" what has trump and your party done to stop Russian Interference?????......NOTHING but trump did have dinner with 1 of Americas Greatest Propaganda Machines
  4. call it what it is... The Corrupt LIAR.....has dinner with the Propaganda Machine.....
  5. the Corrupt POS has dinner with Facebooks azzhole....thats spreading BS & Disinformation like Foxaganda does Purely on the up & up....right Zhannity!!
  6. Career[edit] Hill worked in the research department at the John F. Kennedy School of Government from 1991 to 1999, and at the National Intelligence Council as a national intelligence analyst of Russia and Eurasia from 2006 to 2009. In 2017, she took a leave of absence from the Brookings Institution, where she was director for the Center on the United States and Europe, while serving on the National Security Council. Hill is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the board of trustees of the Eurasia Foundation.[3] Hill served as an intelligence analyst under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama from 2006 to 2009. She was appointed, in the first quarter of 2017, by President Donald Trump as Deputy Assistant to the President and Senior Director for European and Russian Affairs on his National Security Council staff,[4][3][5] and resigned her position in August 2019.[6] Impeachment testimony[edit] On October 14, 2019, responding to a subpoena, Hill testified in a closed-door session for ten hours before special committees of the United States Congress, as part of the impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump.[7][8][9] She testified in public before the same body on November 21, 2019.[10] While being questioned by the ranking Republican member on the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Devin Nunes, Hill stated her disapproval to Ambassador Sondland's involvement in relation to the Ukraine matter being investigated, "Because he was being involved in a domestic political errand, and we were being involved in national security foreign policy. And those two things had just diverged."[11]
  7. There is 1 honest republiklan left in America Michael Steele hilariously shreds the RNC for spending $100K on Donald Trump Jr’s ‘dumb book nobody’s going to read’
  8. Fiona Hill shattered gop conspiracy theories that are helping Putin and destroying our Democracy
  9. FOX's file This scorecard shows the ratings for statements made on air by Fox, Fox News and Fox Business personalities and their pundit guests. Rulings do not include statements made on air by politicians or paid spokespeople. Statements made on FOX Click on the ruling to see all of the statements made on FOX. True18 (10%)(18) Mostly True20 (11%)(20) Half True33 (19%)(33) Mostly False38 (22%)(38) False50 (28%)(50) Pants on Fire17 (10%)(17) Our FOX feeds A feed of statements made on FOX Recent statements made on FOX Rules written by Republicans ANDREW NAPOLITANO The impeachment inquiry hearings "going on behind closed doors over which Congressman Schiff is presiding—they are consistent with the rules" of the U.S. House of Representatives. — PunditFact on Monday, October 28th, 2019 No registered Dems MARK LEVIN Says the whistleblower hired "left-wing lawyers, left-wing firms, Soros involved in funding one of them." — PunditFact on Friday, October 11th, 2019 Not supported by the facts MICHELLE MALKIN Says Pat McCrory "shepherded in driver’s licenses for illegal aliens in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks." — PolitiFact North Carolina on Monday, September 30th, 2019 Lifelong GOP TUCKER CARLSON Says John Bolton "fundamentally was a man of the left." — PunditFact on Friday, September 13th, 2019 Old law, new interpretation ROB SCHMITT Says the Trump administration’s new policy for legal immigrants on welfare "has been around for a while. This is not a new thing that the president is trying to implement here, that the United States has been this way." — PunditFact on Thursday, August 15th, 2019 No clear leaning pro or con ANDREW NAPOLITANO Says Brett Kavanaugh is "pro-Obamacare." — PunditFact on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 History repeating itself? JUAN WILLIAMS North Korea's history of international negotiations shows "they'll take the concessions, they'll keep them in their pocket and then they won't deliver." — PunditFact on Thursday, June 7th, 2018 Revives a dodgy story GREG GUTFELD Says Ted Kennedy met "with the KGB in order to beat Ronald Reagan in 1984." — PunditFact on Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 Plenty of proof it was Russia NEWT GINGRICH Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich "apparently was assassinated at 4 in the morning, having given WikiLeaks something like 53,000 emails and 17,000 attachments. ... It turns out, it wasn’t the Russians." — PunditFact on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 Maybe it was p@$$w0rd JESSE WATTERS Says John Podesta’s email password was "password." — PunditFact on Friday, January 6th, 2017 It wasn't perfect, but it did a lot ERIC BOLLING "President Obama's American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (was) a fancy name for almost a trillion-dollar spending bill. The ARRA was supposed to fix our crumbling roads and bridges," but now, "we have absolutely nothing to show for it." — PunditFact on Tuesday, November 29th, 2016 GOP report paints different picture SEAN HANNITY "During the (Benghazi) attack, a stand-down order was given, and our troops were told to change their clothes four times." — PolitiFact National on Thursday, June 30th, 2016 Ford only provided a summary CHRIS WALLACE "Every Republican nominee since Richard Nixon, who at one time was under an audit, has released their tax returns." — PunditFact on Wednesday, May 18th, 2016 He never heard this case BILL O'REILLY Says Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland "voted, so the folks know, in Washington, D.C., to keep guns away from private citizens." — PunditFact on Friday, March 18th, 2016 Polls agree that statistic holds LAURA INGRAHAM "The 90 percent statistic of supporting background checks, that's been debunked." — PunditFact on Tuesday, January 5th, 2016 A component, but an awfully small one STEPHEN HAYES Guantanamo has "never been a key component of ISIS or al-Qaida propaganda." — PunditFact on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 67 percent of less than 1 percent of refugees MICHAEL NEEDHAM In 2013, the United States "accepted 67 percent of the world’s refugees." — PunditFact on Sunday, November 22nd, 2015 Simple math, but slippery numbers NEIL CAVUTO Taking all the money of the top 1 percent wouldn’t keep Medicare going for three years. — PunditFact on Thursday, November 19th, 2015 Sometimes the best-known story lines are wrong MEGYN KELLY "In a period of roughly 72 hours, a small group of angry black students managed to force the resignation of the two highest ranking officials at that school." — PunditFact on Friday, November 13th, 2015 Hannity responds SEAN HANNITY "The president said he’s going to bring in 250,000 (Syrian and Iraqi) refugees into this country." — PunditFact on Monday, October 26th, 2015 Page 1 of 9
  10. GOP will be ‘aided and abetted’ by Russian bots and trolls defending Trump: Former FBI counter-intel chief The former assistant director for counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation warned Americans to “hunker down” because Russian intelligence will be repeating Republican talking points. Frank Figliuzzi was interviewed Thursday by MSNBC’s Brian Williams on “The 11th Hour.” “Frank, Fiona Hill — who richly deserves it — has been awarded front page status tomorrow morning on the front page of The New York Times, and I imagine newspapers and websites across this country,” Williams noted. “It was extraordinary today when she — in effect, begged — asked, certainly, members of the committee to stop supplying Russian talking points, to stop advancing Russian propaganda in the Congress of the United States,” he continued. “What do you think our adversaries make of all this?” Williams asked. “Well, we saw a true Russian professional today, an expert on Russia calling out a series of lies that keep getting put out by GOP members and the president himself,” Figliuzzi replied. “Remember, we have a president who said, with regard to DNC hacking, it might be Russia, it might be other countries, it could be a 400-pound guy sitting in his bed — and GOP members have promulgated that,” he explained. “And it’s a Putin, Russia intelligence narrative.” “Rudy Giuliani, still trying to prove that it was Ukraine that did all that, not Russia, and that’s exactly what Putin wants put out,” he continued. Figliuzzi then issued an urgent warning. “So today, he took a hit. Putin took a hit today,” he said. “But let me tell you something, we’re in for a withering assault because of the success of these hearings, because of the powerful impact of Dr. Fiona Hill, you’re going to see the GOP and the White House and the attorney general, and the Senate — led by Lindsey Graham — put up an all-out assault on anyone that’s trying to get to the truth.” “And they’ll be aided and abetted by the Russian intelligence service, who will step up the game on social media with bots and trolls and posts that continue the Russian narrative,” Figliuzzi predicted. “We need to hunker down, because it’s coming and it’s coming in a big way in the next few weeks,” he warned. “That’s chilling,” Williams replied.
  11. breitfart.....ROTFLMAO!! got anything from Foxaganda Comrade personreal?????
  12. Americans must realize that we have three enemies: Traitor Trump in the WH, the GOP in the Congress, and Putin and his Oligarchs, who are ready to spread mayhem and confusion in the 2020 elections!!! Problem is...the rednecks don't care. They've been trying to destroy America for decades
  13. It's the same thing that Foxaganda has been doing for years along with rushTheDruggie...and what Bannon did at Cambridge Analytica and Breitbart, ... it's still going on
  14. A New York Times expose revealed that Fox News paid writers in Macedonia to create click-bait that prompt Americans to fight more about issues. According to the piece, both the left and right websites created by an international content farm to inflame people enough to click and share content. Conservative Edition News and Liberal Edition News intentionally writes stories with the purpose to infuriate each side for the purpose of generating hate-clicks, response articles and more. Headlines like “Austin sex-ed curriculum teaches kids how to obtain an abortion” and “HuffPost writer considers Christianity ‘dangerous'” give right-wing audiences fodder for anger to lash out at their counterparts. “The sites are the work of Ken LaCorte, the former Fox News executive who was accused of killing a story about President Trump’s affair with Stormy Daniels, the pornographic film actress, before the 2016 election,” wrote The Times. Young Macedonians in Veles were the ones “churning out disinformation” for the 2016 election campaign. “Among Mr. LaCorte’s network was one writer who helped peddle a conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton had ties to a pedophile ring,” the report explained. According to reports from The Guardian and on BuzzFeed the Macedonian town of 55,000 people was the registered home of at least 100 pro-Trump websites. Wired described them as sites dominated with sensationalist, utterly fake news. It was unknown who was behind all of the websites until recently, but the investigation and research at a security firm in Virginia discovered that there are several websites owned by LaCorte that are promoting disinformation, conspiracy theories, propaganda, and inflammatory content. “While big tech companies like Google and Twitter are trying to distance themselves from divisive politics by restricting or banning political ads, Mr. LaCorte’s websites are a reminder that there is a cottage industry of small sites happy to stoke passions on both sides of the political aisle and cash in on that anger,” the report continued. None of the stories have authors on them, and the bottom of the pages says “By Bivona Digital Inc.” It’s a company that uses an address often “reserved for transient sailors off the San Francisco Bay in Sausalito, California.” When The Times reached out to LaCorte for comment, he claimed that he was creating “centrist-right” content, though he didn’t explain how a false news story about a pedophile ring is “centrist.” In that case, a gunman went to the Washington, DC pizza parlor cited in the story prepared to free the abused children in a basement that didn’t even exist. LaCorte said he’s heading up an effort to create a “digital news start-up with the stated goal of restoring faith in the media.” “I wanted to try to find middle ground,” LaCorte said. “Unfortunately, the things that work best right now are hyperactive politics. On one hand, that’s at odds with what I want to do. But you can be more successful by playing the edgy clickbait game.” The translation is that LaCorte is continuing placing the financial benefits of clickbait and propaganda over the “centrist-right” politics he purports to espouse. He also revealed that 1 percent of the entirety of the United States (nearly 3.3 million people) was reading his websites one day when he woke up. “Where does that line turn from good business to ‘Eh, that’s sleazy’?” he asked rhetorically. “The spreading of politically divisive content or even blatant disinformation and conspiracy theories by Americans is protected free speech. Security experts said the adoption of Russian tactics by profit-motivated Americans had made it much harder to track disinformation,” The Times explained. “It’s this blending we’re most worried about,” the report cited Cindy Otis, the director of analysis at the cyber-security firm Nisos’. “It makes it much harder to determine motivation and even the actor.”
  15. Where are these guys????? If the Republicans want more substantial and direct evidence, they should demand the testimony of Mike Pompeo, who has been implicated in the scandal by the testimony of his own subordinates including Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland. Pompeo allegedly instructed State Department personnel to cooperate in the machinations of Rudy Giuliani, the president’s henchman on Ukraine. For that matter, they should also demand to hear from Giuliani himself under oath, who claims to be a Trump attorney but has made no court appearances on behalf of the president. If the Republicans want firsthand proof of who ordered the suspension of military aid to Ukraine — at least until Zelensky promised to smear Biden on cable TV — they should insist on sworn testimony from Mick Mulvaney. The acting chief of staff told the Office of Management and Budget, which he continues to oversee, to withhold that vital assistance from Kiev, without any further explanation, and it did. Surely the Republicans want to know who gave that order. If the Republicans need additional evidence that Trump pushed this “drug deal,” as former national security adviser John Bolton dubbed the Ukraine bribery and extortion scheme, then they must join the Democrats in urging Bolton to step forward with the truth. Bolton has always been a dubious figure, dating back to his efforts to help the Reagan administration cover up the Iran-contra scandal. But his failure was cast into sharp relief by the words of Fiona Hill, the former White House Russia expert who spoke up courageously in her own testimony. Like Bill Taylor, George Kent, David Holmes and the other witnesses who came before the committee, she did her duty. “I believe that those who have information that the Congress deems relevant have a legal and moral obligation to provide it,” said Hill. She was morally and legally right, of course — and her simple statement should shame every official, both in Congress and the executive branch, still aiding Trump’s obstruction.
  16. Where are these guys???? If the Republicans want more substantial and direct evidence, they should demand the testimony of Mike Pompeo, who has been implicated in the scandal by the testimony of his own subordinates including Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland. Pompeo allegedly instructed State Department personnel to cooperate in the machinations of Rudy Giuliani, the president’s henchman on Ukraine. For that matter, they should also demand to hear from Giuliani himself under oath, who claims to be a Trump attorney but has made no court appearances on behalf of the president. If the Republicans want firsthand proof of who ordered the suspension of military aid to Ukraine — at least until Zelensky promised to smear Biden on cable TV — they should insist on sworn testimony from Mick Mulvaney. The acting chief of staff told the Office of Management and Budget, which he continues to oversee, to withhold that vital assistance from Kiev, without any further explanation, and it did. Surely the Republicans want to know who gave that order. If the Republicans need additional evidence that Trump pushed this “drug deal,” as former national security adviser John Bolton dubbed the Ukraine bribery and extortion scheme, then they must join the Democrats in urging Bolton to step forward with the truth. Bolton has always been a dubious figure, dating back to his efforts to help the Reagan administration cover up the Iran-contra scandal. But his failure was cast into sharp relief by the words of Fiona Hill, the former White House Russia expert who spoke up courageously in her own testimony. Like Bill Taylor, George Kent, David Holmes and the other witnesses who came before the committee, she did her duty. “I believe that those who have information that the Congress deems relevant have a legal and moral obligation to provide it,” said Hill. She was morally and legally right, of course — and her simple statement should shame every official, both in Congress and the executive branch, still aiding Trump’s obstruction.
  17. Where are these guys?????? If the Republicans want more substantial and direct evidence, they should demand the testimony of Mike Pompeo, who has been implicated in the scandal by the testimony of his own subordinates including Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland. Pompeo allegedly instructed State Department personnel to cooperate in the machinations of Rudy Giuliani, the president’s henchman on Ukraine. For that matter, they should also demand to hear from Giuliani himself under oath, who claims to be a Trump attorney but has made no court appearances on behalf of the president. If the Republicans want firsthand proof of who ordered the suspension of military aid to Ukraine — at least until Zelensky promised to smear Biden on cable TV — they should insist on sworn testimony from Mick Mulvaney. The acting chief of staff told the Office of Management and Budget, which he continues to oversee, to withhold that vital assistance from Kiev, without any further explanation, and it did. Surely the Republicans want to know who gave that order. If the Republicans need additional evidence that Trump pushed this “drug deal,” as former national security adviser John Bolton dubbed the Ukraine bribery and extortion scheme, then they must join the Democrats in urging Bolton to step forward with the truth. Bolton has always been a dubious figure, dating back to his efforts to help the Reagan administration cover up the Iran-contra scandal. But his failure was cast into sharp relief by the words of Fiona Hill, the former White House Russia expert who spoke up courageously in her own testimony. Like Bill Taylor, George Kent, David Holmes and the other witnesses who came before the committee, she did her duty. “I believe that those who have information that the Congress deems relevant have a legal and moral obligation to provide it,” said Hill. She was morally and legally right, of course — and her simple statement should shame every official, both in Congress and the executive branch, still aiding Trump’s obstruction.
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