Uh-Oh! Will Trump Have To Let Sessions Go? TPTB Out For Blood

Seabear

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FAKE NEWS STRIKES AGAIN PERHAPS PEDOS ARE NERVOUS

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/01/jeff-sessions-fake-news-washington-post-misquote-used-target/

Fake News: Media, Democrats Distort Remarks to Target Jeff Sessions

Democrats and the media are once again targeting Attorney General Jeff Sessions — this time, over allegations that he met twice with the Russian ambassador during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The Washington Post reports that Sessions met Sergey Kislyak once at a Heritage Foundation event in July 2016, where other ambassadors were also present. It also reports that Sessions met with Kislyak in his Senate office in September, in his capacity on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

The hook on which the Post attempts to hang Sessions is that he did not disclose the meetings to the Senate when he was asked about “possible contacts between members of President Trump’s campaign and representatives of Moscow.” Sessions’s spokesperson at the Department of Justice, Sarah Isgur Flores, says his answer in January was truthful because he was asked about “the Trump campaign — not about meetings he took as a senator and a member of the Armed Services Committee.”

The Post does not provide the full transcript of the question, from Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), and Sessions’s answer. Instead it summarizes the exchange in a way that makes it seem that Sessions was asked if there was any contact at all between the campaign and representatives of the Russian government.

In fact, what Sessions was asked about was sustained, ongoing communications — a core accusation in the dubious “dossier.”




Franken: CNN just published a story alleging that the intelligence community provided documents to the president-elect last week, that included information that “Russian operatives claim to have compromising personal and financial information about Mr. Trump.” These documents also allegedly say “there was a continuing exchange of information during the campaign between Trump surrogates and intermediaries for the Russian government.” Again, I’m telling you this as it’s coming out, so you know. But if it’s true, it’s obviously extremely serious, and if there is any evidence that anyone affiliated with the Trump campaign communicated with the Russian government in the course of this campaign, what will you do?

Sessions: Senator Franken, I’m not aware of any of those activities. I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I did not have communications with the Russians, and I’m unable to comment on it.

Franken: Very well.

Note that Sessions was not actually asked whether he or anyone affiliated with the campaign had any kind of communication with the Russians, ever. He was asked, first, about “a continuing exchange of information” — repeated contacts between the campaign and representatives of the Russian government.

In the full context of Franken’s remarks, it is clear that Sessions was asked about the allegations in the dossier, and he denied such “communications” to the extent of his ability to do so.

In another, written question, the Post notes that Sessions was asked by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) whether he had “been in contact with anyone connected to any part of the Russian government about the 2016 election, either before or after election day” (emphasis added). Sessions answered, simply, “no.” And there is no evidence in the Post nor elsewhere to cast doubt on that claim.

The New York Times covers the story and adds an interesting wrinkle — namely, that Obama administration officials did whatever they could to distribute information within the government about alleged contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian intermediaries. (The Times calls this an attempt to “preserve” evidence, which would have been a departure from the Obama administration’s more typical practice of hiding evidence on personal email accounts and hidden email servers.)

That suggests a coordinated hit job, including espionage against the Russian ambassador, and possibly against members of the Trump campaign, even in their unrelated activities.

Regardless, as Flores noted to the Post, Sessions had meetings with “more than 25” ambassadors. The Post lists several of those, but leaves out one crucial country: Ukraine, whose emissary Sessions met the day before meeting with Kislyak. If Sessions was trying to back the Russians, that was an odd way to do it.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is calling on Sessions to resign, and the Democratic National Committee is already out with a list-building email, sent Wednesday evening: “BREAKING: Jeff Sessions may have perjured himself.”

But it is all just more “fake news.” A chance greeting at a public event, and a Senate meeting in the course of his official duties, do not add up to anything, and the full transcript — also omitted by the Times — makes it clear Sessions told the truth.

Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. He was named one of the “most influential” people in news media in 2016. His new book, How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution, is available from Regnery. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.
 

sy32478

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I'm getting tired of this latest fanatic surge of McCarthyism.

As someone once said, "Everyone has something to hide"
"Except me and my monkey..."


Let's stop using that term inappropriately - McCarthy was right and his accusations vindicated. Google "Venona". Anti-communism needs a strong resurgence.
 

Pen Name

Senior Member
So, let me see if I have this right? AG Lynch can have a private meeting with the husband of a woman who is under investigation by her department, and that's fine with the Democrats? But AG Sessions MUST resign because he spoke to a Russian official during the course of his job in Congress? If I have to pick the most egregious event...it wouldn't be Sessions.

I don't recall hearing calls from the Democrats for Lynch's removal during what I thought was her CLEAR ethics violation, so I shouldn't be hearing some now. I hold ALL parties to the same ethics. To do otherwise is to be a hypocrite. Looking at you here, Democrats!
 
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Adino

paradigm shaper
I'm getting tired of this latest fanatic surge of McCarthyism.

Time to flip it all around and start investigating prior contacts of McCaine, Frankin, Leahy, Graham, etc.
These Dems and RINOs are the real leftist leaning commies and you can almost guaran damn tee that they are all hiding something.
Get rid of that clown running the FBI and get agents actively digging into the past of all these people pretending to be all concerned about the Russians.
Hell J Edgar Hoover was able to be the cross-dressing head of the FBI for so long because he had dirt on every f-ing politician in Washington.
As someone once said, "Everyone has something to hide"

These attacks won't stop until you take the knife away from the Dems and counterattack and draw some liberal blood. As I said, they all have something to hide.
I agree. The best defense is a good offense. Time to go on the offensive. Its Trump and the USA or them. Period. No choice 'c'.

If Trump caves and let's them take out Sessions the light at the end of the tunnel is going out.

What they fear - viscerally - is an actual return to the rule of law.
 

Adino

paradigm shaper
So, let me see if I have this right? AG Lynch can have a private meeting with the husband of a woman who is under investigation by her department, and that's fine with the Democrats? But AG Sessions MUST resign because he spoke to a Russian official during the course of his job in Congress? If I have to pick the most egregious event...it wouldn't be Sessions.

I don't recall hearing calls from the Democrats for Lynch's removal during what I though was her CLEAR ethics violation, so I shouldn't be hearing some now. I hold ALL parties to the same ethics. To do otherwise is to be a hypocrite. Looking at you here, Democrats!
No more double standards.

It needs to become a Trump admin mantra.
 

ElevenO

Veteran Member
Personally, I'm wondering who Graham and McCain have been talking to in the shadows...


Probably obama, the clintons, maybe even soros himself and a few of their closest friends. This crap isn't happening in some stupid vacuum.
 

Millwright

Knuckle Dragger
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They have to get a vetted and loyal team in the DOJ and FBI to really unleash hell on the opposition.

Hopefully it comes together soon.


I want to see orange as the new color for Dems...or maybe black and white stripes.
 

SSTemplar

Veteran Member
President Trump needs to cut the legs out from under the CIA. They are the power behind the WoPo and they are committing sedition.Trump keeps his wits and his balls we will conquer.
 

Dobbin

Faithful Steed
He should have disclosed that in his response to Frankenstein questioning. Everyone connected to Trump needs to be and stay squeaky clean for the upcoming 8 years.
Well, they live under a Democratic Media Microscope.

Actually far better for the people than the former Obama Myopia.

Imagine how quickly Hillary's wallet would have grown had she been President.

Dobbin
 

David Nettleton

Veteran Member
So, let me see if I have this right? AG Lynch can have a private meeting with the husband of a woman who is under investigation by her department, and that's fine with the Democrats? But AG Sessions MUST resign because he spoke to a Russian official during the course of his job in Congress? If I have to pick the most egregious event...it wouldn't be Sessions.

I don't recall hearing calls from the Democrats for Lynch's removal during what I thought was her CLEAR ethics violation, so I shouldn't be hearing some now. I hold ALL parties to the same ethics. To do otherwise is to be a hypocrite. Looking at you here, Democrats!
Excellent, excellent point PN. We all need to remember this one.
 

Millwright

Knuckle Dragger
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Drudge headlines are implying that this started out as a leak from within the state dept.

Could it be another sting, set up to ferret out more treasonous plants?
 

NoDandy

Has No Life - Lives on TB
And they're scared of what will come out from an investigation of the Clinton Foundation, for starters...
Trump & Sessions soon better get on the offensive. If they have the goods on a bunch of these assholes ( like pedo gate, maybe some Treason, etc ) they need to start using it, These idiots are not going to stop until they get kicked in the balls & teeth REAL HARD! I like most here am getting sick & tired of their shit !!!
 

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
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Actually far better for the people than the former Obama Myopia.


No, it's not. A SELECTIVE microscope is absolutely NOT "better for the people." Not ever.
 

Millwright

Knuckle Dragger
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Obama Administration Rushed to Preserve Intelligence of Russian Election Hacking

WASHINGTON — In the Obama administration’s last days, some White House officials scrambled to spread information about Russian efforts to undermine the presidential election — and about possible contacts between associates of President-elect Donald J. Trump and Russians — across the government. Former American officials say they had two aims: to ensure that such meddling isn’t duplicated in future American or European elections, and to leave a clear trail of intelligence for government investigators.

American allies, including the British and the Dutch, had provided information describing meetings in European cities between Russian officials — and others close to Russia’s president, Vladimir V. Putin — and associates of President-elect Trump, according to three former American officials who requested anonymity in discussing classified intelligence.

Separately, American intelligence agencies had intercepted communications of Russian officials, some of them within the Kremlin, discussing contacts with Trump associates.

The disclosures about the contacts came as new questions were raised about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s ties to the Russians. According to a former senior American official, he met with the Russian ambassador, Sergey I. Kislyak, twice in the past year. The details of the meetings were not clear, but the contact appeared to contradict testimony Mr. Sessions provided Congress during his confirmation hearing in January when he said he “did not have communications with the Russians.”

Mr. Sessions said in a statement late Wednesday that he “never met with any Russian officials to discuss issues of the campaign.”



If this scandal turns out to be much ado about nothing, then the Democrats will have further alienated themselves from the Trump admin and...

“I have no idea what this allegation is about,” he said. “It is false.”

Mr. Trump has denied that his campaign had any contact with Russian officials, and at one point he openly suggested that American spy agencies had cooked up intelligence suggesting that the Russian government had tried to meddle in the presidential election. Mr. Trump has accused the Obama administration of hyping the Russia story line as a way to discredit his new administration.

At the Obama White House, Mr. Trump’s statements stoked fears among some that intelligence could be covered up or destroyed — or its sources exposed — once power changed hands. What followed was a push to preserve the intelligence that underscored the deep anxiety with which the White House and American intelligence agencies had come to view the threat from Moscow.

It also reflected the suspicion among many in the Obama White House that the Trump campaign might have colluded with Russia on election email hacks — a suspicion that American officials say has not been confirmed. Former senior Obama administration officials said that none of the efforts were directed by Mr. Obama.

Sean Spicer, the Trump White House spokesman, said, “The only new piece of information that has come to light is that political appointees in the Obama administration have sought to create a false narrative to make an excuse for their own defeat in the election.” He added, “There continues to be no there, there.”

As Inauguration Day approached, Obama White House officials grew convinced that the intelligence was damning and that they needed to ensure that as many people as possible inside government could see it, even if people without security clearances could not. Some officials began asking specific questions at intelligence briefings, knowing the answers would be archived and could be easily unearthed by investigators — including the Senate Intelligence Committee, which in early January announced an inquiry into Russian efforts to influence the election.

At intelligence agencies, there was a push to process as much raw intelligence as possible into analyses, and to keep the reports at a relatively low classification level to ensure as wide a readership as possible across the government — and, in some cases, among European allies. This allowed the upload of as much intelligence as possible to Intellipedia, a secret wiki used by American analysts to share information.

There was also an effort to pass reports and other sensitive materials to Congress. In one instance, the State Department sent a cache of documents marked “secret” to Senator Benjamin Cardin of Maryland days before the Jan. 20 inauguration. The documents, detailing Russian efforts to intervene in elections worldwide, were sent in response to a request from Mr. Cardin, the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, and were shared with Republicans on the panel.

“This situation was serious, as is evident by President Obama’s call for a review — and as is evident by the United States response,” said Eric Schultz, a spokesman for Mr. Obama. “When the intelligence community does that type of comprehensive review, it is standard practice that a significant amount of information would be compiled and documented.”

The opposite happened with the most sensitive intelligence, including the names of sources and the identities of foreigners who were regularly monitored. Officials tightened the already small number of people who could access that information. They knew the information could not be kept from the new president or his top advisers, but wanted to narrow the number of people who might see the information, officials said.

More than a half-dozen current and former officials described various aspects of the effort to preserve and distribute the intelligence, and some said they were speaking to draw attention to the material and ensure proper investigation by Congress. All spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were discussing classified information, nearly all of which remains secret, making an independent public assessment of the competing Obama and Trump administration claims impossible.

The F.B.I. is conducting a wide-ranging counterintelligence investigation into Russia’s meddling in the election, and is examining alleged links between Mr. Trump’s associates and the Russian government. Separately, the House and Senate intelligence committees are conducting their own investigations, though they must rely on information collected by the F.B.I. and intelligence agencies.

On Wednesday, a Justice Department official confirmed that Mr. Sessions had two conversations with Ambassador Kislyak last year, when he was still a senator, despite testifying at his Jan. 10 confirmation hearing that he had no contact with the Russians. At that hearing, Mr. Sessions was asked what he would do if it turned out to be true that anyone affiliated with the Trump team had communicated with the Russian government in the course of the campaign. He said he was “not aware of any of those activities.”

“I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I didn’t have — did not have communications with the Russians, and I’m unable to comment on it,” Mr. Sessions said at the time.


However, Justice officials acknowledged that Mr. Sessions had spoken with Mr. Kislyak twice: once, among a group of ambassadors who approached him at a Heritage Foundation event during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July and, separately, in an office meeting on Sept. 8. The contacts were first reported by The Washington Post.

Sarah Isgur Flores, Mr. Sessions’s spokeswoman, said “there was absolutely nothing misleading about his answer” because he did not communicate with the ambassador in his capacity as a Trump campaign surrogate. She said Mr. Sessions had at least 25 conversations in 2016 with ambassadors from a range of nations — including Britain, Japan, China, Germany and Russia — while on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

The revelation prompted congressional Democrats to issue a torrent of statements reiterating their demands that Mr. Sessions recuse himself from overseeing any investigation into Russia’s contacts with the Trump campaign. So far, Mr. Sessions has demurred.

Representative Adam B. Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said in a statement on Wednesday that if the reports about Mr. Sessions were accurate, “it is essential that he recuse himself from any role in the investigation of Trump campaign ties to the Russians.” Mr. Schiff added, “This is not even a close call; it is a must.”

Representative Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader of the House, called on Mr. Sessions to resign, saying on Twitter that “he is not fit to serve as the top law enforcement officer of our country.”

A White House official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, backed up Mr. Sessions late Wednesday, calling the accusations “the latest attack against the Trump administration by partisan Democrats.”At a CNN town hall on Wednesday, Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, said he did not know if there was anything between the Trump campaign and the Russians. But he added that if there was, “it is clear to me that Jeff Sessions, who is my dear friend, cannot make this decision about Trump.”

At his confirmation hearing on Wednesday, former Senator Dan Coats, Mr. Trump’s nominee for director of national intelligence, told the Senate Intelligence Committee that “I think it’s our responsibility to provide you access to all that you need.”

Some Obama White House officials had little faith that a Trump administration would make good on such pledges, and the efforts to preserve the intelligence continued until the administration’s final hours. This was partly because intelligence was still being collected and analyzed, but it also reflected the sentiment among many administration officials that they had not recognized the scale of the Russian campaign until it was too late.

The warning signs had been building throughout the summer, but were far from clear. As WikiLeaks was pushing out emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee through online publication, American intelligence began picking up conversations in which Russian officials were discussing contacts with Trump associates, and European allies were starting to pass along information about people close to Mr. Trump meeting with Russians in the Netherlands, Britain and other countries.

But what was going on in the meetings was unclear to the officials, and the intercepted communications did little to clarify matters — the Russians, it appeared, were arguing about how far to go in interfering in the presidential election. What intensified the alarm at the Obama White House was a campaign of cyberattacks on state electoral systems in September, which led the administration to deliver a public accusation against the Russians in October.

But it wasn’t until after the election, and after more intelligence had come in, that the administration began to grasp the scope of the suspected tampering and concluded that one goal of the campaign was to help tip the election in Mr. Trump’s favor. In early December, Mr. Obama ordered the intelligence community to conduct a full assessment of the Russian campaign.
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In the weeks before the assessment was released in January, the intelligence community combed through databases for an array of communications and other information — some of which was months old by then — and began producing reports that showed there were contacts during the campaign between Trump associates and Russian officials.

The nature of the contacts remains unknown. Several of Mr. Trump’s associates have done business in Russia, and it is unclear if any of the contacts were related to business dealings.

The New York Times, citing four current and former officials, reported last month that the American authorities had obtained information of repeated contacts between Mr. Trump’s associates and senior Russian intelligence officials. The White House has dismissed the story as false.

Since the Feb. 14 article appeared, more than a half-dozen officials have confirmed contacts of various kinds between Russians and Trump associates. The label “intelligence official” is not always cleanly applied in Russia, where ex-spies, oligarchs and government officials often report back to the intelligence services and elsewhere in the Kremlin.

Steven L. Hall, the former head of Russia operations at the C.I.A., said that Mr. Putin was surrounded by a cast of characters, and that it was “fair to say that a good number of them come from an intelligence or security background. Once an intel guy, always an intel guy in Russia.”

The concerns about the contacts were cemented by a series of phone calls between Mr. Kislyak and Michael T. Flynn, who had been poised to become Mr. Trump’s national security adviser. The calls began on Dec. 29, shortly after Mr. Kislyak was summoned to the State Department and informed that, in retaliation for Russian election meddling, the United States was expelling 35 suspected Russian intelligence operatives and imposing other sanctions. Mr. Kislyak was irate and threatened a forceful Russia response, according to people familiar with the exchange.

But a day later, Mr. Putin said his government would not retaliate, prompting a Twitter post from Mr. Trump praising the Russian president — and puzzling Obama White House officials.

On Jan. 2, administration officials learned that Mr. Kislyak — after leaving the State Department meeting — called Mr. Flynn, and that the two talked multiple times in the 36 hours that followed. American intelligence agencies routinely wiretap the phones of Russian diplomats, and transcripts of the calls showed that Mr. Flynn urged the Russians not to respond, saying relations would improve once Mr. Trump was in office, according to multiple current and former officials.

Beyond leaving a trail for investigators, the Obama administration also wanted to help European allies combat a threat that had caught the United States off guard. American intelligence agencies made it clear in the declassified version of the intelligence assessment released in January that they believed Russia intended to use its attacks on the United States as a template for more meddling. “We assess Moscow will apply lessons learned,” the report said, “to future influence efforts worldwide, including against U.S. allies.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/01/us/politics/obama-trump-russia-election-hacking.html
 

Sacajawea

Veteran Member
Fine, let's concede the title "Party of Stupid" to the Dems. They're working REALLY hard to earn it.

OF COURSE Congressmen are meeting with Russian emissaries to the US. It's part of their job description.

This is just more "smear the queer"** tactics from the people who are so desperately clinging by their fingernails to their last shred of credibility (and losing it).

**You might have to be a certain age to understand that turn of phrase ISN'T directed at homosexuals.
 

Hfcomms

EN66iq
Bottom line is that Sessions met as a rep of Armed Services Committee not as a rep of Trump campaign.

Sessions spoke twice in 2016 with Russian ambassador. He didn’t disclose this at confirmation hearing to become AG


God forbid a sitting Senator had a brief conversation two times and didn't disclose that or forgot the talk. These Senators and Congressmen meet with several people during a normal day and probably talk to 30 people or more. Can all of Session's accusers remember every brief conversation over the course of a year? To try to turn this into a federal case is just showing how desperate the opposition is getting to have any traction whatsoever. Seems to me I don't recall the same outrage when the sitting Attorney General [not a Senator on a committee] had a discussion on her airplane with the husband of the woman who was under an active investigation for mishandling classified information. Where was the outrage with Loretta Lynch? The opposition is grasping at straws and flinging poo at the wall hoping that something will stick. Tempest in a teapot and if I was Sessions or Trump I wouldn't even deign to acknowledge their faux outrage.
 

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
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What they're actually trying to do is force Sessions to follow Flynn. The goal here is to decimate Trump's cabinet and keep him from governing.
 

Buick Electra

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Jack Posobiec ??‏ @JackPosobiec 47m47 minutes ago

The left is more upset Sessions had an official meeting with a Russian diplomat than McCain flying off to Syria to meet the leader of ISIS
 

Adino

paradigm shaper
What they're actually trying to do is force Sessions to follow Flynn. The goal here is to decimate Trump's cabinet and keep him from governing.
^ This ^

They're trying to keep Trump's tank's treads from even starting to move.

His firing on the run at the beginning had them reeling.

The outrageous court rulings on his immigration EO's and Flynn dropping out stopped his momentum. He needs to pick up the ball and start running forward again.

He has to go back to Blitzkrieg.

Time to start dropping the political hammer on both barrels. And keep on reloading until the when the smoke clears none of these asshats have any juice left.
 

Buick Electra

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CROWENATION™ ☘☘‏ @CROWENATION2016 13m13 minutes ago

@LouDobbs @realDonaldTrump this is real reason why #Sessions is now being attacked. He's getting too close to exposing ppl.
 

almost ready

Has No Life - Lives on TB
THey're using selective editing to make it look like Sessions lied.

Too bad the Democrats didn't wear their hoods to the State of the Union address, to match their white suits.
 

Laurane

Canadian Loonie
Sessions is a Lawyer - he has learned to parse sentences and questions.......

Asked about the Campaign, he said "no", he was not involved. As he was a Lawyer, a Senator, an Armed Services Committee member, he was not speaking on behalf of a campaign for Trump, Rubio or Cruz etc to a Russian Ambassador. He was working in his .gov capacity and was speaking as such, not as an advisor for any campaign.
 

psychgirl

Veteran Member
I do so hope "we" can hang on and tow the line here... I'm starting to feel really nervous about all this.
Please start kicking some a#%^ss President Trump!!
 

Bubble Head

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Sessions is getting ready to drop the hammer and now they need to attempt to discredit him. We need Eric Holder locked up. We need Loretta lynch to explain a few things. The Clinton Foundation needs to be wiped out and jail time for those involved. Did I mention LOCK HER UP needs to be done. George Soros needs to begin answering questions. Lindsey Graham needs to have some under oath time about Pizzagate as well as his buddy McStain. Folks I think we have a target rich environment. Expect the screaming to become high pitched as they are marched up the 13 steps just before the rope is placed around their necks.
 

Bubble Head

Has No Life - Lives on TB
I do so hope "we" can hang on and tow the line here... I'm starting to feel really nervous about all this.
Please start kicking some a#%^ss President Trump!!
Don't worry psychgirl. Having the target in the sights is just the beginning. Knowing the right moment to pull the trigger is the craft.
 

Vtshooter

Veteran Member
^ This ^

They're trying to keep Trump's tank's treads from even starting to move.

His firing on the run at the beginning had them reeling.

The outrageous court rulings on his immigration EO's and Flynn dropping out stopped his momentum. He needs to pick up the ball and start running forward again.

He has to go back to Blitzkrieg.

Time to start dropping the political hammer on both barrels. And keep on reloading until the when the smoke clears none of these asshats have any juice left.
Yes indeed. The left will have him spend his entire term replacing cabinet selections. No way to get any traction in the battle at hand, if he's constantly focused on replacing people.
 

Millwright

Knuckle Dragger
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Their case has to be airtight when the full frontal assault commences.

It will have to stand up to hostile activist judges and blocking tactics that we can't imagine.

This ain't gonna be like doing a bust on some pissant local politician for minor corruption.

IMO, it will be like a nuke in DC.
 

Garryowen

TB Fanatic
Former senior Obama administration officials said that none of the efforts were directed by Mr. Obama.
Interesting statement, that.
Beyond leaving a trail for investigators, the Obama administration also wanted to help European allies combat a threat that had caught the United States off guard.
So, after hiding everything about his past, now the O wants to leave a "trail" for investigators. How patriotic of him. A man raised by Communists, affiliated with Communists, and who appointed such persons to high positions in his admin, now is concerned about "contacts" with Russians. I guess the breakup of the old USSR didn't sit well with him.
 

Be Well

may all be well
"Except me and my monkey..."


Let's stop using that term inappropriately - McCarthy was right and his accusations vindicated. Google "Venona". Anti-communism needs a strong resurgence.
Thank you!!!! Commies absolutely were infiltrating gov and Hollyweird and many other areas of endeavor AND the CP in the US WAS funded by Stalin. McCarthy was right!
 

almost ready

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Just got to wonder if the wearing of white was a threat.

You know that Sessions successfully prosecuted and jailed a KKK leader for a murder in which he was involved.

The white is back, and they're coming to get ya.

oooooooooh

:prfl::lkick:
 

pinkelsteinsmom

Veteran Member
TRUMP Better not bend to this and do a "Flynn". Flynn was the beginning of the purge and he fell for it, it has hurt him totally and put him on his heels, (Mr. Penis was behind it and insisted TRUMP fire him). I am disappointed that TRUMP has failed to clean house of the blue gum moslem, bush associates not to mention the rino's. He must drop the hammer NOW, wth, where is the tough guy TRUMP from the campaign!?
 

Buick Electra

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Ethan Ralph Retweeted
Kurt Schlichter‏Verified account @KurtSchlichter 11h11 hours ago

Kurt Schlichter Retweeted Josh Kraushaar

Here's why this Sessions lie got gang-pushed by the Dems and the media today.
And Trump needs to laugh at it
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Josh Kraushaar‏Verified account @HotlineJosh

New CBS poll: 57 percent of Dems approved of Trump's Congressional address
 
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