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    Its all gonna come out in the wash

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    • #17
      Hmmm...how long have the Democrats had this WB complaint? When did they change the rules concerning WBs?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Obushma View Post
        Hmmm...how long have the Democrats had this WB complaint? When did they change the rules concerning WBs?

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        😂 Goerge Webb,SMFH.

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        • #19
          Judging from many known cases (ex William Binney), the intelligence community usually responds to whistleblowers by locking them up, or with lawsuits to silence them. The NSA , for example, will have a judge muzzle the individual from ever speaking in public about the case - or face immediate arrest and imprisonment.

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          • #20
            For the conspiracy nuts who can't help themselves but lie.

            The IG responds: 9/30. Linked to full memo.

            Office of the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community’s Statement on Processing of Whistleblower Complaints

            In summary, regarding the instant matter, the whistleblower submitted the appropriate Disclosure of Urgent Concern form that was in effect as of August 12, 2019, and had been used by the ICIG since May 24, 2018. The whistleblower stated on the form that he or she possessed both first-hand and other information. The ICIG reviewed the information provided as well as other information gathered and determined that the complaint was both urgent and that it appeared credible. From the moment the ICIG received the whistleblower’s filing, the ICIG has worked to effectuate Congress’s intent, and the whistleblower’s intent, within the rule of law. The ICIG will continue in those efforts on behalf of all whistleblowers in the Intelligence Community.
            https://www.dni.gov/files/ICIG/Docum...Complaints.pdf

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            • #21
              Conspiracy nuts just hate it when truth is thrown at them. Right, IQ33?

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                    • #25
                      Newly released photos which seal the case on Trump's impeachment show VP Mike Pence, Rudy Giuliani, Donnie Jr., and Trump himself meeting with corrupt Ukrainian operatives as they dug up dirt on Joe Biden's son. The two Ukrainian operatives were arrested today on felony campaign finance violations as they were trying to flee the country. Trump claimed this morning that he *never met* these two criminals. But they were actually part of Trump's legal team who funneled foreign money to a super PAC led by Donald Trump Jr.

                      AND THEN TRUMP HAD DINNER WITH THEM AT THE WHITE HOUSE.

                      According to Buzzfeed, bank records reveal a whirlwind of spending at high-end restaurants, an infamous strip club, and five-star hotels by the operatives working directly Rudy Giuliani. Trump's cover-up not only threatens to take down his entire administration, but is dragging much of the Republican Party down with it. It was revealed today that GOP House Leader Kevin McCarty, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and other top Republicans received the maximum campaign contributions from the Ukrainian crooks.

                      These idiots were so dumb they posed for photos as they committed treason. Trump's entire family and cabinet needs to impeached then prosecuted. Wrap it up and put a bow on it, we are done here."



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                        • #27
                          In late 2017, President Donald Trump asked Secretary of State Rex Tillerson a simple question: can you make a problem go away? Trump’s problem was an indicted Turkish-Iranian gold trader named Reza Zarrab. More precisely, the problem was Zarrab’s lawyer, the president’s close friend Rudy Giuliani.

                          Investigators suspected Zarrab was working on behalf of the Turkish government’s state-owned bank Halkbank as part of a massive scheme to funnel billions of dollars into Iran in contravention of American economic sanctions. They wanted Zarrab to spill what he knew. Giuliani was in a panic.

                          Trump bluntly asked Tillerson to pressure the Department of Justice into ending its investigation of Zarrab. Tillerson flatly refused, even raising his concerns about the criminality of Trump’s request with then-Chief of Staff John Kelly. And yet, faced with a clear order to obstruct a federal investigation, neither Tillerson nor Kelly took any steps to report Trump’s request.

                          https://www.thedailybeast.com/donald...9NRrGy-5NbwVvo

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                          • #28
                            “Fiona Hill, the White House’s former top Russia adviser, told impeachment investigators on Tuesday that Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president’s personal lawyer, ran a shadow foreign policy in Ukraine that circumvented U.S. officials and career diplomats in order to personally benefit President Trump, according to a person familiar with her testimony.”

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                            • #29
                              When the lights come on, the cockroaches scatter.

                              Republicans rush to give back money from Giuliani's indicted associates

                              Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman gave thousands in campaign donations to several Republicans and a Trump-aligned super PAC.

                              Republicans moved to distance themselves from funds raised by two associates of Rudy Giuliani who were arrested on Thursday for allegedly violating federal campaign finance laws.

                              Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, who have been working with Giuliani to help persuade Ukraine to investigate Donald Trump's political rival, Joe Biden, were accused in a federal indictment of trying to "circumvent the federal laws against foreign interference by engaging in a scheme to funnel foreign money to candidates for federal and State office."

                              The men allegedly funneled money from a Ukrainian politician to America First Action, a Trump-aligned super PAC. They were also donors to Republican election campaigns, though it is unclear where those funds came from.


                              When asked about the arrests, Trump told reporters on Thursday that he did not know the men, despite appearing in multiple photographs with them, stating, "Maybe they were clients of Rudy."

                              "They said we have nothing to do with it," Trump added.

                              Trump has made similar denials in the past, claiming, for example, to be unaware of hush money payments from his own personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. It was later revealed he knew many of the details of those transactions.

                              https://shareblue.com/lev-parnas-igo...XVqteLsH9ZdvFQ

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