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

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    Its all gonna come out in the wash

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  • L.A. BRONCOS FAN
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    Meet The Businessman Helping Giuliani Try To Find Dirt On Democrats In Ukraine

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    Long before President Trump's now-famous call with Ukraine's president in July, Rudy Giuliani was regularly meeting with Ukrainian officials in pursuit of dirt against Democratic opponents.

    He was not alone. There was a "guy" with him. In the news business we call them fixers — guides who know local people and can make introductions, set up meetings and translate interviews.

    Lev Parnas, a businessman who says he splits his time between Florida and New York, was one of Giuliani's fixers. Parnas says he is a U.S. citizen but was born in Odessa, Ukraine, back when it was part of the Soviet Union.

    Parnas helped Giuliani search for evidence to promote a theory of corruption in Ukraine by Joe Biden, who could become Trump's Democratic rival in the 2020 election. Biden's son Hunter, who was on the board of a gas company in Ukraine, also was a focus.

    That corruption theory isn't holding up under scrutiny, as NPR's Lucian Kim has reported.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/09/27/76502...MPgTrQeD5jVhkc

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  • DenverBrit
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    Originally posted by W*GS View Post
    der gaffo sucking Putin's cock.

    Again.
    It's the only way Gaffney can get close to an erection.

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  • W*GS
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    der gaffo sucking Putin's cock.

    Again.

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  • ZONA
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    Originally posted by mhgaffney View Post

    Man, you don't pay attention. Georgia was a set up job -- another in a longline of incidents orchestrated by the US to destabilize and destroy. Heck, we've been doing similar things for 60 + years -- since the late 1940s - and you still haven't noticed

    Our agent who did the dirty work in Georgia was Mikhail Saakashvili, president of that country at the time. He later fled the country under indictment for various criminal charges. Saakashvili ended up in Ukraine where he renounced his Georgian citizenship and became a Ukrainian. He was named governor of Odessa and held that position until he had a falling out with Ukrainian leader Poroshenko who stripped him of his Ukrainian citizenship. Saakashvili became a stateless person -- but has since returned to Ukraine -- after Poroshenko's recent electoral defeat.

    As for the Russians, they quickly retreated back to Russia after dealing with the border problem that we staged. As for Crimea, the people there voted overwhelmingly to return to Russia. Apparently you don't believe in democracy.

    I strongly suggest you junk your tv set - and begin reading and studying. Otherwise, you will never even begin to understand this big wide world we live in.

    Dude, for real? OMG, get wise. Russia went into Crimea and annexed it, straight up took it over by force. Why do you think that vote was something like 97% in favor of becoming part of Russia again? Because you would be shot if you voted the other way by Russian soldiers who were already in control of Crimea at that time. For somebody who claims to be so smart, you really do choose to bury your head when some very obvious things are staring you right in the face. There was a poll done by International Republican Institute in 2013 (only 1 year prior to Russia annexing Crimea) and oh, guess what, 77% of Crimean's wanted to stay with Ukraine, only 23% wanted to be a part of Russia. Kinda funny how that changed to 97% just a year later huh. You're lost man, figure it out.

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  • mhgaffney
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    Originally posted by ZONA View Post

    I suppose you don't think Russia was to blame for invading Georgia either. And they still occupy 20% of that country. Or taking over Crimea by military force. GTFO.
    Man, you don't pay attention. Georgia was a set up job -- another in a longline of incidents orchestrated by the US to destabilize and destroy. Heck, we've been doing similar things for 60 + years -- since the late 1940s - and you still haven't noticed

    Our agent who did the dirty work in Georgia was Mikhail Saakashvili, president of that country at the time. He later fled the country under indictment for various criminal charges. Saakashvili ended up in Ukraine where he renounced his Georgian citizenship and became a Ukrainian. He was named governor of Odessa and held that position until he had a falling out with Ukrainian leader Poroshenko who stripped him of his Ukrainian citizenship. Saakashvili became a stateless person -- but has since returned to Ukraine -- after Poroshenko's recent electoral defeat.

    As for the Russians, they quickly retreated back to Russia after dealing with the border problem that we staged. As for Crimea, the people there voted overwhelmingly to return to Russia. Apparently you don't believe in democracy.

    I strongly suggest you junk your tv set - and begin reading and studying. Otherwise, you will never even begin to understand this big wide world we live in.

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  • L.A. BRONCOS FAN
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    Originally posted by Old Dude View Post
    The transcript was utterly damning. If Trump thought this was exculpatory, I can hardly wait to see the whistleblower details.

    It's a wonderful day in the neighborhood.
    Barr's DOJ has already committed another crime by refusing to forward the whistleblower's complaint to Congress per protocol.

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  • Old Dude
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    The transcript was utterly damning. If Trump thought this was exculpatory, I can hardly wait to see the whistleblower details.

    It's a wonderful day in the neighborhood.

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  • L.A. BRONCOS FAN
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    I wonder if Der Traitor Gaffo cried when John Bolton received his pink slip?

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  • ZONA
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    Originally posted by mhgaffney View Post

    This report is total garbage --- another hit piece on Trump by a pro war pro Zionist newspaper.

    It's just another example of the sort of fake news or propaganda that's been so pervasive the last few years.

    Trump was right to put a hold on arms deliveries to Ukraine. The last thing we need is a new Ukrainian attack on the eastern provinces. In the US press those attacks have been portrayed as Ukraine defending itself - -when in fact they are blatant aggression against the Russian majority eastern provinces because those two provinces insist on autonomy.

    We need peace in Ukraine -- not more war. The Washington Post has NEVER acknowledged that this shyte storm started in 2014 with a US-backed coup intended for one purpose -- not to help the people of Ukraine -- but to destabilize a vital region on Russia's border.

    The Post will never speak the truth because the truth today is viewed as unpatriotic. Liberals/Democrats/necons and even many Republicans want continuing conflict and confrontation -- to keep the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ flowing to the military contractors -- the US war machine. Which runs America today -- and has for many years.

    Every move by Trump or anyone else in Washington to reverse this disastrous legacy of the last 60 years -- has my support.
    I suppose you don't think Russia was to blame for invading Georgia either. And they still occupy 20% of that country. Or taking over Crimea by military force. GTFO.

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  • W*GS
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    der gaffo, you're just a sad husk.

    All you do any more is suck Putin's cock and fantasize about exterminating da Jooz.

    That's all that's left of you.

    A worthless hollow shell.

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  • mhgaffney
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    This report is total garbage --- another hit piece on Trump by a pro war pro Zionist newspaper.

    It's just another example of the sort of fake news or propaganda that's been so pervasive the last few years.

    Trump was right to put a hold on arms deliveries to Ukraine. The last thing we need is a new Ukrainian attack on the eastern provinces. In the US press those attacks have been portrayed as Ukraine defending itself - -when in fact they are blatant aggression against the Russian majority eastern provinces because those two provinces insist on autonomy.

    We need peace in Ukraine -- not more war. The Washington Post has NEVER acknowledged that this shyte storm started in 2014 with a US-backed coup intended for one purpose -- not to help the people of Ukraine -- but to destabilize a vital region on Russia's border.

    The Post will never speak the truth because the truth today is viewed as unpatriotic. Liberals/Democrats/necons and even many Republicans want continuing conflict and confrontation -- to keep the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ flowing to the military contractors -- the US war machine. Which runs America today -- and has for many years.

    Every move by Trump or anyone else in Washington to reverse this disastrous legacy of the last 60 years -- has my support.

    Leave a comment:

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