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1 hour ago, Nationalist said:

Yes well...unlike ur typical Crack Ho...most sober conservatives can walk and chew Democrats at the same time.

I know you folks will do and say anything to keep the spotlight off of Hunter and his dad.

Tough.

Awww... Look at you. Still, so butt hurt over your demigods loss to a stuttering octanigerian that y'all feel the need to "own the libs" over actually fixing our counties pressing issues. One normally must visit a kindergarten to find folks so emotionally mature.

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2 hours ago, Hodad said:

Yeah, Joe Biden is "the Big Guy." Who shut down that deal?

My expectation is that it will be Benghazi all over again. The GOP will be full of sound, fury, hints, lies and allegations, but won't touch Joe. They may or may not turn up something illegal in Hunter's activity--we already know it was ethically shady in the way that many presidential family members enrich themselves with at least the impression that they come with access. But so far what we've seen from the laptop makes Joe look good. 

Tony Bobulinsky

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26 minutes ago, CrakHoBarbie said:

Awww... Look at you. Still, so butt hurt over your demigods loss to a stuttering octanigerian that y'all feel the need to "own the libs" over actually fixing our counties pressing issues. One normally must visit a kindergarten to find folks so emotionally mature.

I'll take that for what its worth...from a crack ho...

Have a nice day.

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8 hours ago, Nationalist said:

Ya gits wit ya pays fer. 

There's no point in debating this with you. Obviously to you, Trump is guilty by just existing. 

Take your ball and go home. 

Nope, he is guilty of a LONG HISTORY of skirting the LAW. Even donated $25K to the NYC DA to get Ivanka and Jared off charges being investigated.

Vance Returned Trump Lawyer’s Donation After Reporters’ Questions

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  • Oct. 4, 2017

The Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., last week returned a five-year-old campaign contribution from President Trump’s personal lawyer after journalists raised questions about Mr. Vance’s 2012 decision to end a criminal investigation into fraud allegations against Mr. Trump and his children, a spokesman for Mr. Vance’s campaign said.

The investigation had delved into allegations that Mr. Trump’s eldest children, Ivanka and Donald Jr., had lied to buyers of units at the Trump SoHo, a 46-story luxury condominium-hotel in Lower Manhattan, about how many apartments had been sold, painting a rosy picture of sales at the struggling project. The buyers sued the Trumps and their partners in the project, and in late 2010 the Manhattan district attorney’s office started looking into whether laws had been broken.

 

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14 minutes ago, robosmith said:

Nope. I am well aware of the ENTIRE Trump record, going back decades BEFORE he exploited Russian STOLEN emails.

Bet you're not.

Nor do I need to be. See...I don't break out in a cold sweat at the mention of the name Trump.

BTW...how do you figure Trump exploited Podesta's emails?

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12 minutes ago, robosmith said:

Nope, he is guilty of a LONG HISTORY of skirting the LAW. Even donated $25K to the NYC DA to get Ivanka and Jared off charges being investigated.

Vance Returned Trump Lawyer’s Donation After Reporters’ Questions

 

Lol...ya...enjoy that...

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1 hour ago, Nationalist said:

Tony Bobulinsky

Incorrect. As reported by Mike Emanuel of FOX news, Joe Biden gave an "emphatic no" to being involved in that deal and it fell apart. 

Vox (you can view the screenshots)

Bobulinski claims “the big guy” means Joe Biden. But that line notably ends in a question mark. And if accurate, it is unclear whether Joe Biden himself (by then the former vice president) actually knew about it — or whether Hunter was throwing around his name without his knowledge.

Furthermore, there is also a message six days after this one where Hunter says that his “Chairman” gave him “an emphatic NO.” Fox News claims the “chairman” is Joe Biden, which if true would seem to suggest he turned down Hunter’s offer.

 

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1 hour ago, Hodad said:

Incorrect. As reported by Mike Emanuel of FOX news, Joe Biden gave an "emphatic no" to being involved in that deal and it fell apart. 

Vox (you can view the screenshots)

Bobulinski claims “the big guy” means Joe Biden. But that line notably ends in a question mark. And if accurate, it is unclear whether Joe Biden himself (by then the former vice president) actually knew about it — or whether Hunter was throwing around his name without his knowledge.

Furthermore, there is also a message six days after this one where Hunter says that his “Chairman” gave him “an emphatic NO.” Fox News claims the “chairman” is Joe Biden, which if true would seem to suggest he turned down Hunter’s offer.

 

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Cool. I think an in depth congressional investigation is in order.

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2 hours ago, Nationalist said:

Nor do I need to be. See...I don't break out in a cold sweat at the mention of the name Trump.

Cause you are NOT suffering from the death wrought by Trump's bungling of the COVID response.

You've always had a GOOD liberal government.

2 hours ago, Nationalist said:

BTW...how do you figure Trump exploited Podesta's emails?

Don't know how to google? If you did, you would not have to ask what you want to know.

 

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Mr. Trump, his advisers, and many of his supporters are increasingly seizing on a trove of embarrassing emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign that WikiLeaks has been publishing — and that American intelligence agencies said on Friday came largely from Russian intelligence agencies, with the authorization of “Russia’s senior-most officials.”

The Trump campaign’s willingness to use WikiLeaks is an extraordinary turnabout after years of bipartisan criticism of the organization and its leader, Julian Assange, for past disclosures of American national security intelligence and other confidential information.

The accusation that Russian agents are now playing an almost-daily role in helping fuel Mr. Trump’s latest political attacks on Mrs. Clinton raises far greater concerns, though, about foreign interference in a presidential election.

With the White House weighing its next move — from possible sanctions to covert, retaliatory cyberaction — President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia insisted on Wednesday that his nation was being falsely accused. “The hysteria is merely caused by the fact that somebody needs to divert the attention of the American people from the essence of what was exposed by the hackers,” Mr. Putin said.

He did acknowledge that the disclosures were the work of an illegal hack — which is further than Mr. Trump went in Sunday’s debate. In one exchange with Mrs. Clinton, the Republican candidate said: “Maybe there is no hacking. But they always blame Russia,” he said, as part of an effort to “tarnish me.”

Mr. Trump has seized on more than 6,000 emails published so far this week, apparently from the personal Gmail account of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign chairman, John D. Podesta. Based on a few emails plucked from the account, Mr. Trump and his team have accused Clinton aides of improperly receiving inside information from the Obama administration.

That stems from correspondence that shows that the campaign received an update from the Department of Justice about the timing of the release of Mrs. Clinton’s State Department emails. On Wednesday, Trump advisers flagged others messages that they argued were critical of New Hampshire voters and of Catholics.

 

 

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11 hours ago, robosmith said:

Cause you are NOT suffering from the death wrought by Trump's bungling of the COVID response.

You've always had a GOOD liberal government.

Don't know how to google? If you did, you would not have to ask what you want to know.

 

 

 

Oh get a grip on reality. Trump didn't kill anyone. If I remember correctly, he closed the border and you Libbies screamed "RACIST". And our "GOOD" liberal government is now in court over its Rona response. 

Did Trump give hackers Podesta's email password? No? 

Can you even prove Putin had anything to do with it? No?

Podesta is a fool. So is Hilary-Billary.!

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On 11/19/2022 at 11:43 PM, robosmith said:

Perhaps he sees Musk's disastrous running of Twitter as his opportunity to fill the void.

What would be better for him than taking Musk to the cleaners?

Odds are he'll bungle that anyway cause anyone who can't make money running a casino must be an id iot.

Like he bungled these buildings?

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On 11/23/2022 at 5:17 AM, Nationalist said:

Oh get a grip on reality. Trump didn't kill anyone. If I remember correctly, he closed the border and you Libbies screamed "RACIST". And our "GOOD" liberal government is now in court over its Rona response. 

Did Trump give hackers Podesta's email password? No? 

Can you even prove Putin had anything to do with it? No?

Podesta is a fool. So is Hilary-Billary.!

As usual, YOU DON'T remember correctly. Probably never KNEW correctly.

I'd explain what happened to you and why they were Trump super-spreader events, but you're not worth my time. ?

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