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Ray is a LIAR. Ray KNOWS he is a LAIR. Yes Ray is VERY stupid but mostly he is just a LIAR. The FACTS are well known and have been reproduced at least a dozen times including RIGHT above and Ray is so STUPID he hasn't even ONCE TRIED to deal with those facts. Not ONCE has he tried to prove the Mueller report wrong or explain why all that suspicious behavior IN the Mueller report was normal behavior. Ry keeps calling it a  hoax but that is because he is a LIAR not any other reason

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1 hour ago, harryramar said:

He doesn’t have to know what’s going on, he just had to know who trump tells him to hate🤣

Who tells you to hate?

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Just now, Debs said:

Ray is a LIAR. Ray KNOWS he is a LAIR. Yes Ray is VERY stupid but mostly he is just a LIAR. The FACTS are well known and have been reproduced at least a dozen times including RIGHT above and Ray is so STUPID he hasn't even ONCE TRIED to deal with those facts. Not ONCE has he tried to prove the Mueller report wrong or explain why all that suspicious behavior IN the Mueller report was normal behavior. Ry keeps calling it a  hoax but that is because he is a LIAR not any other reason

 

He's not a liar. He's just ignorant.

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Just now, Debs said:

Ray is a LIAR. Ray KNOWS he is a LAIR. Yes Ray is VERY stupid but mostly he is just a LIAR. The FACTS are well known and have been reproduced at least a dozen times including RIGHT above and Ray is so STUPID he hasn't even ONCE TRIED to deal with those facts. Not ONCE has he tried to prove the Mueller report wrong or explain why all that suspicious behavior IN the Mueller report was normal behavior. Ry keeps calling it a  hoax but that is because he is a LIAR not any other reason

Just like leftwanger is always saying look at page one and forget the first three lines on page 2. You are very dishonest.

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Just now, RayDonavin said:

Just like leftwanger is always saying look at page one and forget the first three lines on page 2. You are very dishonest.

 

Wrong stupid. I read most of the report. You're just a moron.

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1 minute ago, leftwinger said:

 

He's not a liar. He's just ignorant.

I disagree. I know he is ignorant his stupidity is legendary.  If however he BELIEVED this was a hoax and there was no REASON to investigate Trump then when confronted with the FACTS and details like Slideman or like I have often posted he would TRY to explain them.  He would make an ATTEMPT to deal with all those facts from the Mueller report. He doesnt try he just keeps repeating the LIES in spite of those facts

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1 minute ago, leftwinger said:

 

Wrong stupid. I read most of the report. You're just a moron.

So why do you continuously ignore those three lines on page 2? It would greatly improve your overall understanding of the report.

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Just now, Debs said:

I disagree. I know he is ignorant his stupidity is legendary.  If however he BELIEVED this was a hoax and there was no REASON to investigate Trump then when confronted with the FACTS and details like Slideman or like I have often posted he would TRY to explain them.  He would make an ATTEMPT to deal with all those facts from the Mueller report. He doesnt try he just keeps repeating the LIES in spite of those facts

 

Let's agree that he is a liar and ignorant.

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4 hours ago, leftwinger said:

The Mueller report is much worse than even Democrats are portraying it.

 

LOL!   Someone going to have to light a match after that stinker, lefty.

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Just now, RayDonavin said:

So why do you continuously ignore those three lines on page 2? It would greatly improve your overall understanding of the report.

 

Post the lines you dipshiit. What about it? Do something besides whine like a sissy.

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Just now, Debs said:

I disagree. I know he is ignorant his stupidity is legendary.  If however he BELIEVED this was a hoax and there was no REASON to investigate Trump then when confronted with the FACTS and details like Slideman or like I have often posted he would TRY to explain them.  He would make an ATTEMPT to deal with all those facts from the Mueller report. He doesnt try he just keeps repeating the LIES in spite of those facts

I am fully able to see that there was reason to investigate Russian meddling, what was wrong is that Trump became the focus of the investigation, that Obama did nothing to stop the meddling and that the lefty dupe media broke your brains with their continual lying.

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Just now, RayDonavin said:

what was wrong is that Trump became the focus of the investigation,

 

First page Mueller says the Trump Campaign sought out Russian contacts. You are ignorant.

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Given your response to my post, lefty, I'm curious what you think of gays?

 

After all, you claim to be on the left and isn't the left supposed to be a friend to gays?

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1 hour ago, Chiseler said:

Name them. 

hahahahahaha I don't take orders from nit witted old farts like you. you can look it up or you can try to prove me wrong, but I am not here to educate morons like yourself.

sorry old timer, but it is a fact that mueller indicted 12 Russian military intel agents and that you didn't know this or other facts makes you irresponsible and not worthy of the freedoms others fought a died for

while. you stayed home and wallowed in ignorance

 

 

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1 minute ago, harryramar said:

hahahahahaha I don't take orders from nit witted old farts like you. you can look it up or you can try to prove me wrong, but I am not here to educate morons like yourself.

sorry old timer, but it is a fact that mueller indicted 12 Russian military intel agents and that you didn't know this or other facts makes you irresponsible and not worthy of the freedoms others fought a died for

while. you stayed home and wallowed in ignorance

 

 

 

They are ignorant and demand others educate them.

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35 minutes ago, RayDonavin said:

Who tells you to hate?

trump is tha master manipulator. like cohen said, trump is to gutless to come out and say it like a real man, so he uses innuendo to get you to hate, oh, mexicans, blacks, muslims, women who are much smarter then the rumpie, which is most women, democrats, liberals, the chinese...please don;t be offended if i left any group off the hate list 

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6 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

 

They are ignorant and demand others educate them.

i knew chisler was ill read and uninformed, i just didn't realize how much or I would never have wasted time.

my dear old pappy used to tell me to never argue with a stupid person.

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1 minute ago, harryramar said:

i knew chisler was ill read and uninformed, i just didn't realize how much or I would never have wasted time.

my dear old pappy used to tell me to never argue with a stupid person.

 

William Burroughs said, don't argue with stupid people because they wouldn't even know if they won the argument.

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18 minutes ago, harryramar said:

hahahahahaha I don't take orders from nit witted old farts like you. you can look it up or you can try to prove me wrong, but I am not here to educate morons like yourself.

sorry old timer, but it is a fact that mueller indicted 12 Russian military intel agents and that you didn't know this or other facts makes you irresponsible and not worthy of the freedoms others fought a died for

while. you stayed home and wallowed in ignorance

 

 

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19 minutes ago, harryramar said:

hahahahahaha I don't take orders from nit witted old farts like you. you can look it up or you can try to prove me wrong, but I am not here to educate morons like yourself.

sorry old timer, but it is a fact that mueller indicted 12 Russian military intel agents and that you didn't know this or other facts makes you irresponsible and not worthy of the freedoms others fought a died for

while. you stayed home and wallowed in ignorance

 

 

You can indict a ham sandwich. Your pretend indictments on unnamed Russians are completely meaningless and you are too shallow to admit it.

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1 minute ago, Chiseler said:

You can indict a ham sandwich. Your pretend indictments on unnamed Russians are completely meaningless and you are too shallow to admit it.

INDICTMENT

The Grand Jury for the District of Columbia charges:

 

COUNT ONE (Conspiracy to Commit an Offense Against the United States) 1. In or around 2016, the Russian Federation (“Russia”) operated a military intelligence agency called the Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff (“GRU”). The GRU had multiple units, including Units 26165 and 74455, engaged in cyber operations that involved the staged releases of documents stolen through computer intrusions. These units conducted largescale cyber operations to interfere with the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

 

 

https://www.justice.gov/file/1080281/download

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U.S. v. Viktor Borisovich Netyksho, et al (1:18-cr-215, District of Columbia)

A federal grand jury in the District of Columbia returned an indictment on July 13, 2018, against 12 Russian nationals for their alleged roles in computer hacking conspiracies aimed at interfering in the 2016 U.S. elections. The indictment charges 11 of the defendants with conspiracy to commit computer crimes, eight counts of aggravated identity theft, and conspiracy to launder money. Two defendants are charged with a separate conspiracy to commit computer crimes.

Indictment

 

https://www.justice.gov/sco

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Yeah good luck getting your 12 Russians to appear in court with your meaningless pretend indictments.

 

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