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Old 08-08-2018, 02:58 PM
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smell the stink of hypocrisy... post it up... i'll start... ;-)

DOJ ordered to preserve James Comey's personal emails - wa examiner, aug 7, 2018
The Justice Department will have to preserve some of former FBI Director James Comey's personal emails and make them available to two organizations. U.S. District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, sitting in Washington, ordered the department preserve those government documents Monday following revelations in the DOJ inspector general's report in June that Comey used private correspondence to conduct some FBI business. The Justice Department now has until Sept. 28 to review, release, and preserve any "responsive, non-exempt records" in Comey's private email to Judicial Watch and the Daily Caller News Foundation, under the order.- wa examiner, aug 7, 2018
The conservative advocacy groups had put forward the motion as part of ongoing Freedom of Information Act litigation launched in April. That lawsuit seeks all DOJ documents identifying and describing meetings between Comey and former President Barack Obama, as well as records summarizing his discussions with Obama; former Vice President Joe Biden; ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.; House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.; and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. These are the materials that cannot be deleted from Comey's email.- wa examiner, aug 7, 2018
wonder why the content of these comey emails weren't part of the OIG's report? hmmm... maybe we'll find out... probably too late at this point... as i'm sure comey's pretty savvy at cya operations (much like clinton) but we'll see if this preserving and turning over of comey emails goes any differently than the preserving and turning over of the clinton emails shell game... v v
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...bc clinton didn't hand over her emails, had so many illegal private email servers, changed phones, deleted email programs, etc. on and on and on...
- for comey's own description of the complexity of clinton's email set up (shell game imo), see oig report, june 14, 2018, bottom of page 545 in electronic pdf (not the same as pages noted within doc itself) within appendix c - it starts with "I have so far used the singular term, "email server," in describing the referral that began our investigation. It turns out to have been more complicated than that." (that's an understatement) - it goes on for another 5 or 6 paragraphs describing the overly complex nature of clinton's ever-changing email setup and her piecemealing out her emails.
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those using personal email to conduct government business investigating others for using personal email to conduct government business... #smh
Use of Personal Email - As mentioned above, we identified several instances in which Comey and Strzok used personal email accounts for official government business. When questioned, Page also told us she used personal email for work-related matters at times. - oig report, june 14, 2018 pg 424
...so three of the main players in investigating clinton's use of private emails were themselves using private email accounts to conduct government business - no conflict of interest there... #sarcasm
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then there's how comey's fbi handled the chinese spy employed by US senator feinstein for 20 years... reeks...

Feinstein had a Chinese spy connection she didn’t know about — her driver - san francisco chronicle, aug 1, 2018

as details emerge, so many questions / issues with the feinstein spy story breaking over the last couple of days (that actually happened five years ago)...
A local source who knew about the incident confirmed to us that the FBI showed up at Feinstein’s office in Washington, D.C., about five years ago to alert the then-chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee that her driver was being investigated for possible Chinese spying. - san francisco chronicle, aug 1, 2018
so first... why didn't we know about this five years ago?
second, feinstein gets a meeting from the fbi to inform her of their finding... whereas trump gets no meeting and the trump campaign gets a spy?
Investigators reportedly concluded the driver hadn’t leaked anything of substance and Feinstein forced him to retire. - cbs, san francisco, aug 1, 2018
..."forced" him to retire...? retire? what, with benefits? you gotta be kidding... this sounds terrible... they forced this poor guy to retire... so harsh... they're breaking down doors if you're associated with the trump admin, forced retirement if employed by feinstein for 20 years... #smh

...so a drunk trump campaign aide mentions russia in a bar and all hell breaks loose - but feinstein has a chinese spy working for her for 20 years and the fbi meets with her to discuss, keeps it quiet, and the dude is forced to retire...

the stink of hypocrisy... <*)))><

...interesting politico article that revealed the fbi and feinstein's little secret...
How Silicon Valley Became a Den of Spies - politico, july 27, 2018
Former intelligence officials told me that Chinese intelligence once recruited a staff member at a California office of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, and the source reported back to China about local politics.- politico, july 27, 2018
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PatrixUSA is the same guy who criticizes others for reading between the lines and drawing assumptions. No hypocrisy here.
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Liberals and Democrats are the scourge.
scourge (hypocrisy) is all around... but it does seem especially prevalent and coming more to light among certain groups nowadays...
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Is Mike Pence Really a Hypocrite

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Is Mike Pence Really a Hypocrite

https://newrepublic.com/article/1505...ally-hypocrite
Why are you listening to this SOYBOY, he wants to dismantle homeland security! LMAO!

https://www.c-span.org/video/?442635...eland-security

a flaw he says: complete fool.

In the chaotic days that followed the release of the infamous Access Hollywood tape in October 2016, in which Trump bragged about grabbing women’s genitals with impunity, Pence reportedly made it known in private conversations that he would be willing to replace his running mate atop the ticket. But there was never a groundswell of support among Republicans for such a last-minute change. That November, a majority of the American electorate rejected Trump, but he and Pence won the White House anyway, thanks to a flaw in the nation’s democratic system. Today, as CNN notes, “Pence has largely remained silent on the allegations” of sexual impropriety and misconduct against Trump.

Not a flaw soyboy, let's send him to the middle east.

Stop with these opinion pieces.
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Guess, they were all wrong as we have record tax revenues. End of Read.

In the week when the GOP Congress and White House will probably get its first major legislative victory by adopting a tax bill (even if it is economically insane),
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^ ^ some posters look to only be able to post scurrilous headlines instead of specifics with any details... #thingsthatmakeyougohmmmmm....

a symptom of our superficial, headline-only reading cell phone era imo... much too often with the provably biased lib msm (source, source, source) headlines are only meant to drive a specious emotional response, whereas the devil of the details lies far beyond the scurrilous headlines...
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^^ LOL, You’re so funny! Like I, or anyone else, need to look for scurrilous articles on Trump. Please, there’s more negative news from Trump’s history, by far, than positive.
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If Trump meeting is illegal, then Clinton dossier is criminal too - the hill, aug 6, 2018
If the Russians had evidence of criminal conduct by Hillary Clinton, her campaign or her family foundation, the Trump campaign had every reason to want to know about it. That is precisely what the Clinton campaign spent millions to do, talking to Russians and other foreigners investigating Trump. Indeed, under this interpretation of federal election laws, Clinton and her surrogates would be equally guilty in using a former foreign spy to gather information on Trump from foreign sources, including Russians. - the hill, aug 6, 2018
...so in april of 2016 the clinton campaign and the dnc pay for opposition research on their opponent...
After Mr. Trump secured the nomination, Fusion GPS was hired on behalf of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign and the D.N.C. by their law firm, Perkins Coie, to compile research about Mr. Trump, his businesses and associates — including possible connections with Russia. It was at that point that Fusion GPS hired Mr. Steele, who has deep sourcing in Russia, to gather information. - ny times, oct 2017 // Elias and his law firm, Perkins Coie, retained the company in April 2016 on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the DNC. Before that agreement, Fusion GPS's research into Trump was funded by an unknown Republican client during the GOP primary. The Clinton campaign and the DNC, through the law firm, continued to fund Fusion GPS's research through the end of October 2016, days before Election Day. - wa post, oct 2017
...then after the clinton campaign ends their funding of this opposition research in oct of 2016, the fbi tried to get in on the action and began paying steele in oct of 2016 according to an unnamed source (?)...
The heavily redacted records show FBI payments to Steele as a Confidential Human Source (CHS) over an unknown period. ... Because of the redactions, it is not possible to tell when payments to Steele began... (why can't we know when the fbi started paying steele?) As first reported by the Washington Post, the FBI reached a deal in October 2016 to pay Steele to continue the research that had led to what became known as the Trump dossier, an indication of how seriously the bureau was taking the allegations, according to a person familiar with the matter. - nbc news, aug 3, 2018
...so all that paying for opposition research by the clinton campaign, the dnc and the fbi and meh - but the trump campaign meets to discuss opposition research (pays for nothing and nothing even comes from the meeting) and all hell breaks loose and he is a russian puppet?

the most stinky of hypocritical fishes to date... <*)))><

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^^^ Wrong again.

Big differences between DNC hiring/paying Steele to conduct opposition research and Don jr’s meeting are glaringly clear to any unbiased observer;

1. The DNC hired Steele to do research on Trump for the Clinton campaign. That is legal.
2. Don jr was explicitly told that Russian government official had dirt on Clinton and wanted to give it to the Trump campaign. Jr enthusiastically accepted the purported offer and arranged for/attended a meeting with the supposed government official in Trump tower to receive that information. That is illegal.

For those willing to take a little time reading the law that has gotten so much attention, here it is;
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/52/30121

Note that the law specifically identifies Trump jr’s actions as illegal (knowingly accepting a gift/donation of value from a foreign entity), whereas there is no indication of where the DNC may have broken the law. Furthermore, if the DNC had broken the law it would fall on the Organization, not Clinton, individually, as she did not personally arrange for Steele’s investigation.

52 U.S. Code § 30121 - Contributions and donations by foreign nationals


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(a)ProhibitionIt shall be unlawful for—
(1)a foreign national, directly or indirectly, to make—
(A)
a contribution or donation of money or other thing of value, or to make an express or implied promise to make a contribution or donation, in connection with a Federal, State, or local election;
(B)
a contribution or donation to a committee of a political party
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Legal experts say Donald Trump Jr has just confessed to a federal crime
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.vox...-times-illegal

“Jens David Ohlin, a law professor at Cornell University, is even blunter: “It’s a shocking admission of a criminal conspiracy.”

“Trump Jr.‘s decision to take the meeting in and of itself likely violated campaign finance law, which does not require you to actually get anything useful from foreigners. In other words, the mere fact that Trump Jr. asked for information from a Russian national about Clinton might have constituted a federal crime.”

Did Donald Trump Jr. break the law? Two legal experts weigh in
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.pbs...-experts-weigh
  • BOB BAUER, Former White House Counsel:

    “In my view, we have some evidence. We don't have all the evidence. I would suspect the congressional investigating committee and the special counsel will continue to dig into questions raised by the facts disclosed by The New York Times and by Donald Trump Jr. himself.

    But this is highly suggestive of a potential violation of the law on two counts. Number one, it demonstrates that the campaign as a whole had the intent to court support, receive support, solicit support from a foreign national source, in this case, the Russia government.

    Second, in my view, the meeting itself could constitute illegal solicitation of support from a foreign national under campaign finance law. So, it both has broad legal significance, and on that one specific issue of liability, has a more concrete significance.”
  • JED SHUGERMAN, Fordham University Law School: “I think there is evidence that's pointing towards crimes, but I think we need to be careful when we make interpretations of these statutes.”

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this article came across my search feed relating to the FBI releases documents showing payments to Trump dossier author Steele (aug 3, 2018) article i referred to in my post above ^ ^...

Did Hillary Clinton break the law hiring Trump dossier author? - wa examiner, oct 2017
...speaks to the hypocrisy of clinton and dnc breaking the law and meh, and trump and the trump campaign accepting a meeting and the world ends... good information in the article on both the hiring of steele and the failure to disclose the payments to him... in delving into the specifics of the statutes myself (trust but verify) i concur... see below...

a quick break-down (simplified for reading purposes but all content left in place) of the laws broken and by whom as i read the statute...
52 U.S. Code § 30121
(a) Prohibition - It shall be unlawful for -
(1) a foreign national, directly or indirectly, to make—
(A) a contribution (or donation) of (money or other) thing of value, (or to make an express or implied promise to make a contribution or donation,) in connection with a Federal, State, or local election;
(B) a contribution (or donation) to a committee of a political party; or
(C) an expenditure, independent expenditure, or disbursement for an electioneering communication (within the meaning of section 30104(f)(3) of this title); or
(2) a person to solicit, accept, or receive a contribution (or donation) described in subparagraph (A) or (B) of paragraph (1) from a foreign national.
- so steele, in working for the clinton campaign and the dnc violated 52 U.S. Code § 30121(a)(1)(A) and (B)
- so, clinton and her lawyers, having solicited, paid for and accepted steele's contribution violated 52 U.S. Code § 30121(a)(1)(A) and (2)
- so, the dnc, having solicited, paid for and accepted steele's contribution also violated 52 U.S. Code § 30121(a)(1)(A), (B) and (2) - and possibly (C) relating to use of the information gathered
- so, trump and the trump campaign, having accepted a meeting they did not solicit, and having paid for nothing and accepted nothing from that meeting, violated no law here... or is there a statue against meeting with a foreign national that i'm missing somewhere in the above statute?
- and none of the above addresses the proper disclosure of the dnc hiring steele for their opposition research...

to simplify all the above even more... this from the federal election commission website...
Who can and can't contribute
This page discusses the individuals, groups, political committees and other entities that can make contributions to federal candidates and those that are prohibited by federal law from making such contributions.
Who can't contribute
Campaigns are prohibited from accepting contributions from certain types of organizations and individuals. These prohibited sources are:
...Federal government contractors -
...Foreign nationals -
...of which we now know steele was both... #smh

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You need to stop feeding him the high fact-ber diet.

He has a bad case of fact-ose intolerance and refuses to take his fact-aid.
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this article came across my search feed relating to the FBI releases documents showing payments to Trump dossier author Steele (aug 3, 2018) article i referred to in my post above ^ ^...

Did Hillary Clinton break the law hiring Trump dossier author? - wa examiner, oct 2017
...speaks to the hypocrisy of clinton and dnc breaking the law and meh, and trump and the trump campaign accepting a meeting and the world ends... good information in the article on both the hiring of steele and the failure to disclose the payments to him... in delving into the specifics of the statutes myself (trust but verify) i concur... see below...

a quick break-down (simplified for reading purposes but all content left in place) of the laws broken and by whom as i read the statute...

- so steele, in working for the clinton campaign and the dnc violated 52 U.S. Code § 30121(a)(1)(A) and (B)
- so, clinton and her lawyers, having solicited, paid for and accepted steele's contribution violated 52 U.S. Code § 30121(a)(1)(A) and (2)
- so, the dnc, having solicited, paid for and accepted steele's contribution also violated 52 U.S. Code § 30121(a)(1)(A), (B) and (2) - and possibly (C) relating to use of the information gathered
- so, trump and the trump campaign, having accepted a meeting they did not solicit, and having paid for nothing and accepted nothing from that meeting, violated no law here... or is there a statue against meeting with a foreign national that i'm missing somewhere in the above statute?
- and none of the above addresses the proper disclosure of the dnc hiring steele for their opposition research...

to simplify all the above even more... this from the federal election commission website...

...of which we now know steele was both... #smh

one of the most stinky of hypocritical fishes to date imo... <*)))><


Why is it that you describe your opinion as fact when, in fact, all that you are doing is attempting to create a case for guilt built largely on your own supposition of facts not in evidence?
1. Claiming that Clinton, herself, paid Steele for information. Do you have any evidence to support that assertion?
2. Claiming that the DNC violated laws by taking over the Steele inquiriy that was originally commissioned by the RNC. How exactly is that a crime?
3. Falsely claiming that because no “dirt” was supposedly provided at a meeting set up by Trump jr with a purported agent of the Russian government who allegedly offered said “dirt” on Clinton was no crime. Flatly wrong. Conspiracy to commit a crime is a crime. No actual exchange of “dirt” was necessary under the law.

Patrix, it seems that you believe if you run on and on, in a sesquipedalian manner, pushing your convoluted theories, you think others must believe the garbage you’re peddling. Only the stupidest people would fall for such a transparent and pathetic attempt at lying.
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Maybe Bean-O will help?
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You need to stop feeding him the high fact-ber diet. He has a bad case of fact-ose intolerance and refuses to take his fact-aid.
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Maybe Bean-O will help?
wha....? care to elaborate?
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wha....? care to elaborate?
Beano and Lactaid are enzyme supplements to help people digest foods their systems are intolerance of, such as complex carbohydrates (Beano) and Lactose (Lactaid).
When you can't digest these food you tend to be very gassy.

Our friend seems to be predisposed to not be able to 'digest' some specific types of facts. When given those facts, he (metaphorically) get 'gassy" on the forum.

So, I have been suggesting that he needs some "Fact-Ade to help in digest facts.

Sometimes those his gas seems unrelated to facts, so I am thinking there are posts that are just 'fibrous" and hard for him to chew. For that maybe some Beano.

Either way, we need to air out the forum! Pinching your nose with teh ignore feature only works so well.
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ah... addressing another poster then? got it... i'll try to remember this as sometimes some of your posts leave me scratching my head as you're most likely replying to the one poster on my #ignorelist... if i've said it once i've said it a jillion times... engaging tom foolery in any way only begets more tom foolery...
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ah... addressing another poster then? got it... i'll try to remember this as sometimes some of your posts leave me scratching my head as you're most likely replying to the one poster on my #ignorelist... if i've said it once i've said it a jillion times... engaging tom foolery in any way only begets more tom foolery...
1. This isn’t the 19th century. If you want more people to understand your condescending remarks, reign in the out of date slights.
2. Read your own posts. Most of them are the epitome of tomfoolery (correctly written).

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this stink of hypocrisy stinks pretty bad as it's so blatant and indisputable, so hold your nose... the dems on illegal immigration and securing the border...

...illegal immigration is wrong, plain and simple. ... i think it is illegal and wrong and we have to change it. ... people who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who entered the U.S. legally.” – senator chuck schumer, 2009

then there's the Secure Fence Act of 2006, which made "wise use of physical barriers" and "authorize(d) the construction of hundreds of miles of additional fencing along our Southern border;" - which obama, clinton, schumer and 23 other democratic senators voted for when it passed in the senate by a vote of 80 to 19. - source

...so... for being so adamant about securing our borders back in 2006, what's changed... oh yeah... trump. #smh

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this stink of hypocrisy stinks pretty bad as it's so blatant and indisputable, so hold your nose... the dems on illegal immigration and securing the border...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ujcjoKybNw
...illegal immigration is wrong, plain and simple. ... i think it is illegal and wrong and we have to chance it. ... people who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who entered the U.S. legally.” – senator chuck schumer, 2009
then there's the Secure Fence Act of 2006, which made "wise use of physical barriers" and "authorize(d) the construction of hundreds of miles of additional fencing along our Southern border;" - which obama, clinton, schumer and 23 other democratic senators voted for when it passed in the senate by a vote of 80 to 19. - source
...so... for being so adamant about securing our borders back in 2006, what's changed... oh yeah... trump. #smh
Not that I believe for a moment that Schumer, or any other politician from any party, isn’t hypocritical, but where’s the hypocrisy between the above and his public position now? Where’s the deviation or “flip flop”?

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