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7 hours ago, king of the county said:

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Valerie Elise Plame Wilson is an American writer, spy novelist, and former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer. As the subject of the 2003 Plame affair, also known as the CIA leak scandal, Plame's identity as a CIA officer was leaked to and subsequently published by Robert Novak of the Washington Post.

 

In the aftermath of the scandal, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Chief of Staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, was identified as one source of the information. Libby was subsequently convicted of lying to investigators. After a failed appeal, President George W. Bush commuted Libby's sentence and in 2018, President Donald Trump pardoned him. While then-Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage was identified in 2006 as the original source, no one was formally charged with leaking the information.

 

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Who babysits you, when you're not here??

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Ya' gotta wonder why Republicans are so amused at outing CIA-operatives.

 

"The move brought to an end the career of one of the C.I.A.’s most important sources. It also effectively blinded American intelligence officials to the view from inside Russia as they sought clues about Kremlin interference in the 2018 midterm elections and next years presidential contest.

 

The Moscow informant was instrumental to the C.I.A.’s most explosive conclusion about Russias interference campaign: that President Vladimir V. Putin ordered and orchestrated it himself. As the American government’s best insight into the thinking of and orders from Mr. Putin, the source was also key to the C.I.A.’s assessment that he affirmatively favored Donald J. Trump’s election and personally ordered the hacking of the Democratic National Committee.

 

The informant, according to people familiar with the matter, was outside of Mr. Putin’s inner circle, but saw him regularly and had access to high-level Kremlin decision-making — easily making the source one of the agency’s most valuable assets.

 

Handling and running a Moscow-based informant is extremely difficult because of Mr. Putin’s counterintelligence defenses. The Russians are known to make life miserable for foreign spies, following them constantly and at times roughing them up. Former C.I.A. employees describe the entanglements asMoscow rules.”

 

Mr. Trump was first briefed on the intelligence about Russian interference, including material from the prized informant, two weeks before his inauguration. A C.I.A. spokeswoman responding to the CNN report called the assertion that Mr. Trump’s handling of intelligence drove the reported extraction “misguided speculation.”

 

Some former intelligence officials said the president’s closed-door meetings with Mr. Putin and other Russian officials, along with Twitter posts about delicate intelligence matters, have sown concern among overseas sources.

 

We have a president who, unlike any other president in modern history, is willing to use sensitive, classified intelligence however he sees fit,” said Steven L. Hall, a former C.I.A. official who led the agency’s Russia operations. “He does it in front of our adversaries. He does it by tweet. We are in uncharted waters.”

 

 

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Her first order of business should be to have Scooter Libby 'disappeared.' Guess who pardoned him?  TRUMP!

Plame is coming for him too.

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On 9/10/2019 at 3:37 PM, king of the county said:

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18 hours ago, duck33 said:

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Probably some other socialist chick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Is it any wonder "conservatives" prefer that women have more-limited access to oversight-opportunities.

 

 

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Karen Kwiatkowski

 

"Karen U. Kwiatkowskiis an American activist and commentator. She is a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel whose assignments included duties as a Pentagon desk officer and a variety of roles for the National Security Agency. Since retiring, she has become a noted critic of the U.S. government's involvement in Iraq. Kwiatkowski is primarily known for her insider essays which denounce a corrupting political influence on the course of military intelligence leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. In 2012, she challenged incumbent Bob Goodlatte, in the Republican primary for Virginia's 6th congressional district seat in the United States House of Representatives and garnered 34% of the Republican vote on a constitutional and limited government platform."

 

 

 

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The New Pentagon Papers

March 10, 2004

 

"A high-ranking Military Officer reveals how Defense Department Extremists Suppressed Information and Twisted the Truth to Drive the Country to War."

 

 

 

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23 hours ago, drvoke said:

Her first order of business should be to have Scooter Libby 'disappeared.' Guess who pardoned him?  TRUMP!

 

What exactly did Scooter do?  Hmmmmmm?  Because one thing is for sure ... he didn’t do what the left claimed he did.

 

He wasn't the one to out Valerie Plame.   It was Armitage ( http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/09/08/leak.armitage/ ) and also Joe Wilson himself who outed her.

 

This is now documented fact, drvoke.

 

And the DOJ’s prosecutor, Patrick Fitzgerald, who was brought in to find the one who outed Plame, knew that from the very beginning.   

 

So why did Fitzgerald spend more than 2 years conducting an investigation that only led to charges of lying against Scooter … while ignoring those who did actually out Plame?

 

Hmmmmmm?

 

Because he was a lot like Mueller?

 

Maybe that’s the question you should be asking yourself, moron?  

 

And this article gives the answer:


http://www.thenewamerican.com/reviews/opinion/item/10903-the-truth-about-the-valerie-plame-case-finally-emerges
 

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So, why did Fitzgerald go after Scooter Libby, Vice President Cheney's top aide? Apparently, Armitage had read a memorandum Libby had commissioned as part of an effort to rebut criticism of the White House by Joe Wilson. Who wrote the memorandum, and did it mention Valerie Plame? That information may have been revealed during Libby’s trial but has not been made public. Was it the source of any leaks to the press? Apparently not, for it was Armitage who supposedly read the report and made the leak, not Libby.

 

Nevertheless, it was Libby whom Fitzgerald decided to indict. The jury found Libby guilty, not of revealing Valerie Plame’s name to the press, but of perjury, obstruction of justice, and making false statements. What did he lie about? Libby said that he thought he had gotten the information about Valerie Plame from a conversation with Tim Russert, the news analyst. But Russert denied that he had given such information to Libby. As for obstruction of justice, what was Libby refusing to tell the prosecutor? Could it be that Libby was trying to protect his boss, the Vice President, who may have retrieved the information from his contacts at the CIA? And is that the reason why Cheney tried so hard to get Bush to pardon Libby?

 

Otherwise, there seems to be no reason why Libby would have lied about where he got the information about Plame, and no reason why he would have refused to answer questions that the prosecutor posed. Apparently, neither Cheney nor Libby knew that it was Armitage who had leaked Valerie Plame’s identity to Novak. Cheney himself had been interviewed twice by the Special Prosecutor in May and August 2004. Even the President himself was questioned by Fitzgerald.

 

In any case, since Libby was not the person who made Valerie Plame’s name public, he should not have been the subject of a prosecutor, whose aim seems have been to justify his more than two years of investigation in the nation’s capital, with all of its perks, good restaurants, and plush accommodations. Even a prosecutor from Illinois needed a respite from the local grind. So he got a conviction of sorts and was thus able to return to Chicago fully vindicated.

 


And here’s the question posed that the end of that article …
 

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The Vice President knew that all of this could have been avoided had Secretary Colin Powell done his duty and told the President that he knew who had leaked Plame’s identity to Novak. But he preferred to remain silent, and thus opened the door to two years of a needless and wasteful investigation which distracted the administration, forced innocent staff members to undergo a costly inquisition, and led to the conviction of a loyal and highly competent public servant.


Cheney made sure that the public would know the truth and took a parting shot at Colin Powell. He wrote:
 

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For the latter part of 2003, all of 2004, and a good part of 2005, members of the White House staff produced box after box of documents, were interviewed by the FBI, hauled before a grand jury, and repeatedly questioned about these events.

 

Meanwhile, over at the State Department, Armitage sat silent. And, it pains me to note, so did his boss, Colin Powell, whom Armitage told he was Novak’s source on October 1, 2003. Less than a week later, on October 7, 2003, there was a cabinet meeting. At the end of it, the press came in for a photo opportunity, and there were questions about who had leaked the information that Wilson’s wife worked at the CIA. The President said he didn’t know, but wanted the truth. Thinking back, I realize that one of the few people in the world who could have told him the truth, Colin Powell, was sitting right next to him.

 

So, who was actually guilty of obstruction of justice? Was it Scooter Libby or Colin Powell? Or was it prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald, who told Armitage to keep his mouth shut or face prosecution, [and] did not tell the President who the leaker was and spent the taxpayers' money in a costly prosecution against an innocent man.

 

 

Is it not a crime for a U.S. government official to deliberately withhold vital information from the President of the United States? Is it not a crime for a federal prosecutor to threaten a suspect with prosecution if he dared to tell the President that he was responsible for the leak? Had Powell told the President the truth, there would have been no need for a special prosecutor or grand inquisition.

 

When is the government going to indict Patrick J. Fitzgerald or Colin Powell for obstruction of justice?

 

 

If the statute of limitations weren't expired, I'd recommend that Trump do THAT.

 

Tell me, drvoke ... are you one of those "what difference does it make" Hillary sycophants?

 

Here’s an article that shows just how dishonest Fitzgerald was:


http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-false-evidence-against-scooter-libby-1428365673
 

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The False Evidence Against Scooter Libby

 

A key witness says she was led by Patrick Fitzgerald to testify falsely. This puts the case in a whole new light.

 

... you'll have to visit the link to read the rest, drvoke ...

 

 

Read that article and if you’ve got 2 working neurons, you should come away believing that Scooter Libby was railroaded by a dishonest prosecutor.

 

And Valerie Plame let it happen.

 

Do that, and you’ll find there one more person who should have been indicted in this case, instead of Scooter Libby. His name was Marc Grossman and he was Fitzgerald’s key witness against Scooter. He outright lied during his testimony. He changed his testimony from what he’d told the FBI earlier. AND FITZGERALD KNEW HE LIED.  
 
Why would Grossman lie? Well not just because he was a personal friend of the Wilson.  Because it turns out that Grossman was involved in outing the very company that Plame used as a cover for her CIA operations … Brewster Jennings & Associates … TWO YEARS before Plamegate. He didn’t want that to come to light.   So he helped Fitzgerald railroad Scooter.   Now how is that for *justice*, drvoke?
 
As that article summarizes at the end:
 

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It was Patrick J. Fitzgerald, serving as an officer of the Justice Department and backed by vast federal power, who threw sand in the eyes of Judith Miller and the other prosecution witnesses, in the eyes of the American people and in the apparatus of the American legal system. Mr. Fitzgerald appears to have placed the quest for a conviction above the search for the truth and the pursuit of justice.


Hmmmmmm ... that sound just like Mueller.  Just saying ... B)

 

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3 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

Plame is not stupid.

 

But she is certainly dishonest, along with her husband.   Just saying ...

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On ‎9‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 8:21 PM, Phoenix68 said:

 

 

Whoever she is, if YOU   __a liberal whore__   promote her, she has to be a liberal whore as well !

So  .  .  .  fck the both of you, whores !

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On ‎9‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 5:45 AM, Phoenix68 said:

 

I'm anasshole !

 

Well, all I can say is  .  .  .  we do agree on some things.

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24 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

What exactly did Scooter do?  Hmmmmmm?  Because one thing is for sure ... he didn’t do what the left claimed he did.

 

He wasn't the one to out Valerie Plame.   It was Armitage ( http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/09/08/leak.armitage/ ) and also Joe Wilson himself who outed her.

 

This is now documented fact, drvoke.

 

And the DOJ’s prosecutor, Patrick Fitzgerald, who was brought in to find the one who outed Plame, knew that from the very beginning.   

 

So why did Fitzgerald spend more than 2 years conducting an investigation that only led to charges of lying against Scooter … while ignoring those who did actually out Plame?

 

Hmmmmmm?

 

Because he was a lot like Mueller?

 

Maybe that’s the question you should be asking yourself, moron?  

 

And this article gives the answer:


http://www.thenewamerican.com/reviews/opinion/item/10903-the-truth-about-the-valerie-plame-case-finally-emerges
 


And here’s the question posed that the end of that article …
 

 

If the statute of limitations weren't expired, I'd recommend that Trump do THAT.

 

Tell me, drvoke ... are you one of those "what difference does it make" Hillary sycophants?

 

Here’s an article that shows just how dishonest Fitzgerald was:


http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-false-evidence-against-scooter-libby-1428365673
 

 

Read that article and if you’ve got 2 working neurons, you should come away believing that Scooter Libby was railroaded by a dishonest prosecutor.

 

And Valerie Plame let it happen.

 

Do that, and you’ll find there one more person who should have been indicted in this case, instead of Scooter Libby. His name was Marc Grossman and he was Fitzgerald’s key witness against Scooter. He outright lied during his testimony. He changed his testimony from what he’d told the FBI earlier. AND FITZGERALD KNEW HE LIED.  
 
Why would Grossman lie? Well not just because he was a personal friend of the Wilson.  Because it turns out that Grossman was involved in outing the very company that Plame used as a cover for her CIA operations … Brewster Jennings & Associates … TWO YEARS before Plamegate. He didn’t want that to come to light.   So he helped Fitzgerald railroad Scooter.   Now how is that for *justice*, drvoke?
 
As that article summarizes at the end:
 


Hmmmmmm ... that sound just like Mueller.  Just saying ... B)

 

 

 

 

Interesting. Scooter needed to be punished for something though, make no mistake about that. It was long overdue. If he was completely innocent of this charge, he still got off easy.

 

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3 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

Plame is not stupid. I have no idea what her real talents are .  .  .

 

Hey retard  .  .  .  if you're clueless about her talents  .  .  .  just how can you claim that the whore is not stupid ?

 

You're getting dumber everyday !

 

AND IT SHOWS !

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12 minutes ago, drvoke said:

Scooter needed to be punished for something though

 

 

For "something"?  Is that how the left's justice system is going to work, drvoke?

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3 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

For "something"?  Is that how the left's justice system is going to work, drvoke?

 

 

I learned that from Franz Kafka's The Trial years and years ago. "Guilt is not to be doubted."

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3 hours ago, drvoke said:

I learned that from Franz Kafka's The Trial years and years ago. "Guilt is not to be doubted."

 

So you agree that the Clintons are guilty ... of "something"?

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3 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

 

So you agree that the Clintons are guilty ... of "something"?

 

Of course. No one gets to their position in life without committing dastardly crimes.

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