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  • https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/i...hnson-n1032781


    The gaffe drew laughs on Twitter, where Britons were quick to point out her mistake. Kingston is the capital of Jamaica, and Kingston upon Thames is leafy area southwest of London.

    “There was a fleeting hope that last few weeks had all been a misunderstanding & Johnson had been a candidate for a hitherto obscure municipal post in SW London,” tweeted the Guardian newspaper’s diplomatic editor Patrick Wintour.

    Ivanka Trump's father, President Donald Trump, often includes spelling mistakes, errant capitalizations and typos in his tweets.

    She also posted on Instagram a photo of Johnson and her standing together with the message of congratulations and the U.K. flag in the background.
    OMG SO HILARIOUS! Ivanka is certainly the first and will definitely be the last person ever to misspell a message on their phone. How dumb that she didn't know it was United Kingdom and not United Kingston.

    They are so desperate...

    Hahahahahahahahaha!

    #MAGA


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    • vbird53
      vbird53 commented
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      Maybe in an article criticizing another's grammar, the author had better double check her own writing. It appears there are a couple language errors in her article.

  • Jesus......…...…......Mueller has no f-ing idea about what's in his own report or who compiled it

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    • Mueller just wants to get back to the home for pudding.
      "When life hands you lemons, make lemonade." Better have some sugar and water too, or else your lemonade will suck!

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      • Art imitating life

        mueller.jpg

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        • So I worked today and didn’t see the hearing. I did go to CNN and saw the live analysis title “This Was A Nightmare for Democrats”.

          From some teachers I know who are on summer break said that Meuller looked old and fragile.

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          • 1972Shocker
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            Mueller's biggest problem was the he really had very, very little to do with this investigation or with actually writing the report. He was a BINO - Boss in Name Only. No more than a figure head appointed only becuase of his reportedly strong reputation which after today's performance has been seriously tarnished. He was appointed to try to give cover to the clear bias with his staff and the investigators.

          • wufan
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            It certainly appears that way now.

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          • The guy didn't even read the report?

            Fusions GPS? Never heard of 'em... Who? What?... Really? When?


            Did anyone else notice that at times Mueller had a -ahem- blushed hue? He did not want to be there.
            Last edited by ShockingButTrue; July 25th, 2019, 01:35 AM.

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            • Former MSNBC host calls out her former employer:

              https://freebeacon.com/politics/form...s-for-ratings/

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              • It reminded me of a Les Miles press conference.

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                • https://www.vox.com/2019/7/26/893155...ssia-collusion


                  Put briefly, Hannity’s theory is that the Steele dossier — an unverified document prepared by former British spy Christopher Steele (whose work on behalf of Fusion GPS was funded in part by the Clinton campaign) that makes a number of salacious, unproven claims about the Trump campaign’s dealings with people in the sphere of the Kremlin during the 2016 campaign — contains kernels of misinformation that were intentionally fed to Steele by Russians. Per Hannity’s telling, these bits of misinformation were intended to serve as land mines to take out Trump, and were exploited by anti-Trump officials in the FBI and intelligence agencies to pursue an investigation of the Trump campaign that eventually became the Mueller investigation. Hence, Hannity views the Mueller investigation as the result of collusion between Russians and the “deep state.”

                  But there’s a factual inaccuracy at the core of this conspiracy theory. The FBI’s counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign actually started in July 2016, before the Steele dossier even existed. It was initiated after an Australian diplomat informed the FBI that then-Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos had bragged to him about having inside knowledge that Russia was in possession of Clinton’s hacked emails. This fact has even by acknowledged by former House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-CA), Trump’s staunchest congressional ally when it comes to the Russia investigation.

                  Yet, as I’ve previously written, Fox News has normalized the lie that the origins of the Russia investigation can be traced back to the Steele dossier through sheer pushback-free repetition.

                  But even more significant than that particular piece of gaslighting is the glaring hole at the core of Hannity’s conspiracy theory. For if the “deep state” was in fact trying “trying to screw over Donald Trump,” then why did they wait until after the election to get to work? Hannity can’t account for the fact that there were no FBI leaks about the counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign began when it started in July 2016 and Election Day 2016 in November. Had an FBI official working the case alerted the media to its existence, the news could’ve derailed the Trump presidency before it even began. But instead of leaking about the Trump investigation, FBI officials, including then-Director James Comey, repeatedly publicized the investigation of Clinton’s emails in ways that were highly damaging to her campaign.

                  But Fox News in general, and Hannity’s show in particular, aren’t interested in the facts when it comes to Mueller’s investigation. So after Hannity set the table, Trump called in and ranted about the Russia investigation with impunity, going as far as to characterize it as “treason” and “a coup attempt.”
                  Thoughts?


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                  • ShockerPrez
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                    Vox? Hahahahahaha!

                • Originally posted by C0|dB|00ded View Post
                  It’s all political grandstanding. I don’t believe that the original intent of the investigation into Trump was actually deep state conspiracy. I would instead put forth that the DNC turned over whatever evidence they had and Oppositional Research accidentally spiraled out of control.
                  Livin the dream

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                  • Originally posted by C0|dB|00ded View Post
                    I'm just observing from the periphery, and no, I don't think the investigation "started" with the russian intelligence portfolio. As someone who listens to Hannity often, I've never heard him express so either. And he does -ahem- repeat himself quite often.

                    The fact that they were "unverified" documents, and yet used to acquire covert intelligence gathering (i.e. buggin' phones) is highly suspicious, however. No?

                    It took several attempts to initiate a FISA warrant Judge to sign off on the request, that is, when that judge wasn't busy lambasting their half-assed presentations of russia ties. The clock was ticking... But, lo and behold, enter the Russian Portfolio...

                    Who want's to bet that it wasn't that nasty, stinky, dipsomaniac of a floozy harlot, ms. clinton, who made up the portfolio's document about the dirty russian hookers and the President's hatred of obama?

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                    • The premise of the argument is:

                      Originally posted by C0|dB|00ded View Post
                      The FBI’s counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign actually started in July 2016, before the Steele dossier even existed.
                      But ...

                      June 20, 2016, Steele submits memo #1.

                      July 5, 2016, Steele meets with FBI.

                      July 19, 2016, Steele submits memo #2.

                      July ?, 2016, Steele submits memo #3.

                      July 26, 2016, Steele submits memo #4.

                      Throughout July, the memos were being leaked to the press, and were well known. e.g. Washington Post was already interviewing Carter Page about Russian collusion due to leaked memo #2.

                      Around July 31, 2016 Strzok was chosen to open an investigation on Russian intelligence.

                      So four of the key memos were already submitted and pretty much public knowledge (due to leaks) at the time the FBI opened the investigation, AND the FBI were already briefed on Steele's initial findings by Steele himself.
                      Kung Wu say: "If Chuck Norris had a coach, his name would be Gregg Marshall."

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                      • ... meh


                        Last edited by ShockingButTrue; July 30th, 2019, 12:59 AM.

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                        • https://www.foxnews.com/media/trump-...erican-pastors

                          Make sure your desk is fairly clear before watching this interview between Rev. Bill Owens and Dim Lemon. If you're like me you'll be air-punching your ass off.

                          +1 for the good guys.

                          M A G A !!!!


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                          • ShockingButTrue
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                            Lemon's itching ears can never be satisfied. The man's hate has been exposed.

                            Keep hammerin' that blathering fool in charge of -ahem- "oversight." That swindlin' hypocrite deserves some oversight himself... #SpeakTheTruth

                            Blame FoxNews my a**.

                          • RoyalShock
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                            When Lemon said "As a Christian it sounds like you're condoning attacks", the pastor should have said, "You should be ashamed of yourself for phrasing that statement in such a disingenuous way. You wouldn't know a statement of fact if it walked up and slapped you in the face, as I just did. Instead, you would just call it a racially charged attack."
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