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Here we go....Prez MORONS lawyer launches new conspiracy rant and accuses Mitt Romney of being a Soros puppet

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Late Saturday night former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani retweeted an attack on Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) accusing him of being a puppet of philanthropist George Soros, and then followed up by calling the billionaire “enemy number one” and an “anarchist.”

 

Linking to a tweet from a Twitter user going by the name @Jali_Cat — who wrote,”Mitt Romney Is A Top 20 Recipient Of Funding By George Soros’ Lobbyist Group‼️ As of any if us are surprised… ((One thing is certain – Trump is exposing THE SWAMP!” — Giuliani, who serves as Donald Trump’s lawyer, added: “Soros is enemy number one of the Republican Party. He’s like an anarchist. He funded DAs who are letting criminals go free. And in Eastern Europe he uses our embassies to protect his organization and attack his enemies. http://Watchrudygiulianics.com Wednesday this week.”

 

You can see his tweet below:

 

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Shouldn't you start a post...

 

Here we go....Democrats wants new hearings about impeachment...

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1 minute ago, Z09 said:

Shouldn't you start a post...

 

Here we go....Democrats wants new hearings about impeachment...


Actually it should read....

 

Dhumoschit Clown CIrcus to keep trying to impeach Teflon Don, until they get it right.

 

 

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Romney and his leveraged buyout squad have made millions upon millions putting corporations in big debt then moving USA corporation out of America and putting very large numbers of Americans out of jobs, medical insurance and in some cases out of their homes. This sounds more like Reagan, Bush, Bush and Trump like.

 

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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LMAO....Comrade personreal is out of Russian Propaganda, ...and is now using Foxaganda for Idiots

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5 minutes ago, merrill said:

Romney and his leveraged buyout squad have made millions upon millions putting corporations in big debt then moving USA corporation out of America and putting very large numbers of Americans out of jobs, medical insurance and in some cases out of their homes. This sounds more like Reagan, Bush, Bush and Trump like.

 

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

 

Mueller is a republican .......

 

Look what is still on the table and waiting for the right moment…….


Republican Mueller did the hard work! 7 Articles of Impeachment

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/06/03/here-are-seven-reasons-trump-should-be-impeached/


Case For Trump Impeachment Goes Beyond Ukraine

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019/09/case-for-trump-impeachment-goes-beyond-ukraine.html

 

 

INVESTIGATE PERRY/Rudolph W. Giuliani/BOLTON, MULVANEY, BARR/POMPEO/ TRUMP/KAVANAUGH/McConnell! NOW!

 

Blame the entire GOP for allowing Trump to be a dictator aka a party that will not stand up for Americans, the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. The party with no spine

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Russia. Trump solicited criminal campaign help from Russia and defended collaboration with the Kremlin to win the 2016 election. These aren’t unproven allegations. They’re recorded on video. At a press conference in July 2016, Trump urged Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails. When a reporter asked Trump whether he had “any pause about asking a foreign government—Russia, China, anybody—to interfere, to hack … anybody in this country,” Trump replied, “No, it gives me no pause.” In 2017, when he was asked about the Trump Tower meeting at which his top campaign officials sought political help from Russian emissaries, Trump said there was no difference between getting help from Russians and getting it from Americans.

Trump views competition with other countries as a venue in which to outscore and humiliate the real enemy: his fellow American politicians.

Trump has repeatedly asserted that the United States is no better than Russia. During his campaign, and again as president, he defended Russian President Vladimir Putin’s record of killing dissidents, claiming that “our country does plenty of killing also” and isn’t “so innocent.” Trump said Putin was better than President Barack Obama, calling the Russian president “a leader, you know, unlike what we have in this country.” Last month, at a press conference, Trump boasted five times that Putin had “outsmarted” Obama.

Trump took specific steps to protect Putin from the U.S. government. He repeatedly defended Putin against the 2017 U.S. intelligence report that exposed Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election. Trump also dismissed the American officials behind the report as liars and hacks. He denounced the FBI, the CIA, the NSA, and “the intelligence community.” Last year, after a Department of Justice indictment documented the involvement of 12 Russian intelligence officers in the election hacks, Trump dismissed the evidence and defended Putin’s denial.

 

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President Donald Trump should be impeached. Not just for his manipulation of Ukraine, but for his overwhelming pattern of treachery against the United States.

 

The president swears that his pressure on Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, Trump’s leading opponent in the 2020 election, was perfectly innocent. Despite an array of evidence that Trump abused power—a whistleblower complaint, an arm-twisting phone call with Ukraine’s president, suspension of U.S. military aid to increase the heat, and an influence campaign in Ukraine by Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani—Trump shrugs off the whole story as a “Ukraine Witch Hunt.” He says he’ll beat the rap.

 

But Trump’s rap sheet is a lot longer than one story. What he has done in Ukraine—defending a corrupt foreign official, enlisting a foreign government to fight his domestic political opponents, and circumventing or removing American security officials who stood in his way—is part of a pattern.

 

In transactions with at least seven countries, Trump has pursued personal advantage at the expense of the United States. In each case, he has explicitly attacked America, its political leaders, or its national security officials.

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Article IV. Donald J. Trump, in violation of his oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, and to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, failed to produce papers and testimony as duly directed by Congress. Trump obstructed at least 20 inquiries relating to his taxes, business records, the Mueller investigation and other matters.

Article V. Donald J. Trump, in violation of federal campaign finance laws, conspired with his attorney Michael Cohen in order to conceal alleged relationships with adult film actress Stormy Daniels and Playboy playmate Karen McDougal before the 2016 election.

Article VI. Donald J. Trump, in violation of his oath to uphold Article 1, section 9 of the Constitution (“No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law”), attempted to misuse his emergency powers to spend funds on a border wall that Congress did not appropriate.

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11 minutes ago, MidnightMax said:


Actually it should read....

 

Dhumoschit Clown CIrcus to keep trying to impeach Teflon Don, until they get it right.

 

 

Teflon don us right.

and like the real Teflon don, he will eventually be brought to justice.

meanwhile the durham report will put hilary in jail.

hahahahhahahahaaha

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North Korea. Last year, Trump formed a public-relations alliance with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, based on the mutually advantageous fiction that North Korea was dismantling or halting its nuclear missile program. Since then, Trump has followed Kim’s lead, ridiculing American officials and politicians Kim doesn’t like. In May, Trump repeatedly applauded North Korea for calling Biden a “fool of low IQ.” In June, Trump portrayed the United States as North Korea’s lowly suitor, boasting—falsely—that Obama had “called Kim Jong-un on numerous occasions to meet” and that despite “begging for meetings constantly,” Obama had been turned down. Trump has also endorsed Kim’s attacks on Trump’s own advisers. Two weeks ago, after North Korea denounced U.S. national security adviser John Bolton as a “human defect” and said Bolton should vanish, Trump fired Bolton and defended North Korea’s invective against him.

 

Kim, like Putin, enjoys Trump’s protection from U.S. intelligence agencies. Trump has brushed aside the agencies’ evidence of Kim’s ongoing nuclear and missile work, calling such allegations “fake news” from “the Opposition Party.” Last month, Trump again followed Kim’s lead, criticizing joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea. And on Monday, despite international alarm over North Korea’s persistent missile launches, the president defended them.

 

 Saudi Arabia. Trump is shielding the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, from American intelligence that shows MBS directed the murder of a U.S. resident, journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Last fall, a CIA assessment concluded that MBS ordered the assassination. Trump lied about the assessment, claiming that the CIA “didn’t make a determination.” Congress then instructed Trump to issue a legally mandated report on Khashoggi’s death, but Trump refused. Three months ago, when Trump was asked whether the FBI should look into the case, he said it had been sufficiently investigated, and he claimed that “nobody so far has pointed directly a finger” at MBS. When a reporter pointed out that the CIA had in fact implicated MBS, Trump replied, “I just don’t want to talk about intelligence.”

 China. Trump often complains about China’s trade surplus with the United States. But he always insists that the real culprit is the U.S. government. That’s because Trump views competition with other countries, like collaboration with other countries, as a venue in which to outscore and humiliate the real enemy: his fellow American politicians. At least 19 times since Trump became president, he has declared, “I don’t blame China.” Instead, he has faulted America. Last fall, he explained, “I don’t blame China. I blame our country.” Last year, and again two months ago, he repeated, “I don’t blame China. I blame the United States.”

Trump’s contempt for America, relative to China, goes beyond trade policy. He also believes that China’s Communist government is morally superior to the Democratic Party of the United States. Earlier this year, when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer refused to fund Trump’s border wall, Trump protested, “I find China, frankly, in many ways, to be far more honorable than Cryin’ Chuck and Nancy. I really do. I think that China is actually much easier to deal with than the opposition party.”

 

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8 minutes ago, Squatchman said:

  Hahahahahahahahahaha 😂😃😂😃

 You and be a loser make a great couple.

yeah we know what's coming.... more rumor of investigations to create the false impression of wrong doing among the truly stupid.

and look who runs with it.

hahahaha

 

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9 minutes ago, benson13 said:

LMAO....Comrade personreal is out of Russian Propaganda, ...and is now using Foxaganda for Idiots

pr is too stupid even fr the Russians. why pay a stooge like him when he willingly runs with every fake story for free.

 

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How many Indicted?

 

 

How many in Jail?

 

 

How many have quit this Criminal admin in DISGUST? 

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10 minutes ago, benson13 said:

My doctor just called with his diagnosis...

Image result for dunce-o-meter gif

Relax beanie...we'll look after you here.

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George Conway: Bill Barr will never stop covering up Trump’s crimes

In a brutally blunt op-ed for the Washington Post, conservative attorney George Conway dismissed out of hand William Barr’s worries about Donald Trump telling him what to do via Twitter, saying the president’s hand-picked attorney general is already in perfect sync with the president without a word being said.

 

As Conway — the husband of Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway — put it, “No one does it better than Barr,” when it comes to “…anticipating Trump’s narcissistic whims and desires.”

 

“No one could doubt, least of all Barr, what Trump’s reaction would be to line prosecutors’ recommendation of a seven- to nine-year sentence for [Trump associate Roger] Stone,” Conway wrote. “So when it came to Stone’s sentence, Barr likely knew what to do, without ever being told. And he has known what to do, whenever feasible, to keep Trump happy all along. Even before he became attorney general, he was singing a tune that must have been music to Trump’s ears: He sent an unsolicited memo to the Justice Department arguing (wrongly) that Trump was legally incapable of obstructing the Mueller investigation.”

 

Noting that Barr misled the public about what was in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Donald Trump and his administration, Conway wrote, “Since then, Barr has personally supervised a mysterious re-investigation of the Russia investigation, seemingly trying to substantiate his boss’s conspiracy theories about the original investigation’s origins. And now we have his intervention in favor of Stone, which duly earned him the president’s praise, and his reported review of politically sensitive (meaning, sensitive to Trump) criminal cases, such as the one against former national security adviser Michael Flynn.”

 

Conway then turned to Barr’s admonishing the president to stop trying to influence him via Twitter, saying it is not needed because Barr has no intention of bucking the president because his survival as attorney general depends upon it.

“The president will never listen, and what Barr does for him will never be enough. Now having been acquitted by the Senate, Trump thinks he’s bulletproof, legally and otherwise. He now brags, as he tweeted on Saturday, that he is ‘the King’ who was targeted but not taken down. And, drawing on a story in the New York Times that suggested he is stained but unshackled, Trump boasted that he has indeed survived ‘triumphant’ and ’emboldened’ and ‘focused’ more than ever on prosecuting ‘his case of grievance, persecution, and resentment,'” he wrote before darkly warning, “So Trump wants to say the quiet part out loud; he wants to say he’s got this. And there’s no one to stop him now.”

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28 minutes ago, personreal said:

It's TDS projection.

 

 

'The left' attacking Barr because 'they know what's coming'
 

 

Trump’s rap sheet is a lot longer than one story. What he has done in Ukraine—defending a corrupt foreign official, enlisting a foreign government to fight his domestic political opponents, and circumventing or removing American security officials who stood in his way—is part of a pattern.

 

In transactions with at least seven countries, Trump has pursued personal advantage at the expense of the United States. In each case, he has explicitly attacked America, its political leaders, or its national security officials.

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1 minute ago, merrill said:

 

Trump’s rap sheet is a lot longer than one story. What he has done in Ukraine—defending a corrupt foreign official, enlisting a foreign government to fight his domestic political opponents, and circumventing or removing American security officials who stood in his way—is part of a pattern.

 

In transactions with at least seven countries, Trump has pursued personal advantage at the expense of the United States. In each case, he has explicitly attacked America, its political leaders, or its national security officials.

That would be interesting if any of it were true.

 

But it's not...yer just a standard issue lying leftist.   :)

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