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US Navy Retired, Aerospace worker. All around good Dude. Eternal Foe of the work ethic

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But Jim, She DID Commit a Crime

She sent and received Classified Material on a Bootleg Server that got hacked by Foreign Intelligence

What did Bill Promise Loretta Lynch to make it become a "Matter?"...Supreme Court?

If she wasn't doing Pay for Play out of the State Department why has the money dried up since she lost?

Bill Barr is going to find out why, Jim

I'd like to know why Fake News is giving him unopposed Airtime to spin his Bullshit?
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri May 10, 2019, 10:26 AM (10 replies)

I'm Triggered so I can Assault you!

This is getting ridiculous
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri May 10, 2019, 09:16 AM (24 replies)

Mueller Paid $732,000 For Investigative Contractor Services.

Its all starting to unravel...she wasn't supposed to lose

Weissman is a corrupt dirtbag

Special Counsel Robert Mueller spent more than $732,000 on outside contractors, including private investigators and researchers, records show, but his office refuses to say who they were. While it’s not unusual for special government offices to outsource for services such as computer support, Mueller also hired contractors to compile “investigative reports” and other “information."

The arrangement has led congressional investigators, government watchdog groups and others to speculate that the private investigators and researchers who worked for the special counsel’s office might have included Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS, the private research firm that hired Steele to produce the Russia collusion dossier for the Clinton campaign.

Robert Mueller arriving at the office: His report recycles dossier dirt.

They suspect the dossier creators may have been involved in Mueller’s operation – and even had a hand in his final report – because the special counsel sent his team to London to meet with Steele within a few months of taking over the Russia collusion investigation in 2017. Also, Mueller’s lead prosecutor, Andrew Weissmann, had shared information he received from Fusion with the media.

Raising additional suspicions, Mueller’s report recycles the general allegations leveled in the dossier. And taking a page from earlier surveillance-warrant applications in the Russia investigation, it cites as supporting evidence several articles – including one by Yahoo! News – that used Steele and Fusion as sources.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri May 10, 2019, 08:13 AM (6 replies)

9 Democrat Presidential Candidates have not met the minimum donor requirements for the Debate Stage

Buh-Bye Losers

Former Maryland Rep. John Delaney

New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand

former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee

California Rep Eric Swalwell

Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton

Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan

Miramar, Florida Mayor Wayne Messam.

To qualify, a candidate will need to either have at least 1 percent support in three qualifying polls, or provide evidence of at least 65,000 unique donors, with a minimum of 200 different donors in at least 20 states.

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri May 10, 2019, 05:59 AM (6 replies)

Comey : "Reasonable," "totally normal step" to plant undercover sources in a political campaign

No, it’s not totally normal. And the FISA warrants require actual evidence that person was an agent, not just you think they might be. Not to mention that their ‘evidence’ from Steele was tainted, biased and confirmed by more Steele-leaked news articles.

The fact that he thinks it’s normal should scare everyone.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri May 10, 2019, 05:19 AM (4 replies)

Twitter Suspends Account That Tracks Violence Against MAGA Supporters

A conservative news host’s account tracking violence against Trump supporters was deplatformed.

One America News Network host Jack Posobiec’s Twitter account “@MAGAphobia” was taken down from Twitter May 6. Posobiec said he started this account to “track violence against Trump supporters all in one place.” He tweeted, “Today Twitter banned it.”

Posobiec defined “MAGAphobia” as either a “irrational, unfounded fear of Donald Trump or his supporters” such as conspiracy theories that they are Russian agents or white supremacists.

BigLeaguePolitics claimed in its coverage that Anti-Trump violence “appears to be on the rise around the country.” The site listed a few prominent figures such as “Brandon Straka, Michael Knowles, and Owen Shroyer” who were all reportedly attacked in a single day.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has become a household name among conservatives concerned about the accelerating trend of deplatforming and censoring of conservatives. He appeared on an episode the Joe Rogan Podcast where he and the head of Twitter’s “Trust and Safety” Vijaya Gadde were questioned about incidents. This included their refusal to ban a music producer who tweeted death threats against the Covington teens.

When free speech YouTuber Tim Pool pressed them on this issue, Gadde responded by saying:

“We don’t usually automatically suspend accounts with one violation….it's a big thing to kick someone off the platform, I wanna make sure that when someone violates our rules they understand what happened and are given an opportunity to get back on the platform and change their behavior.”
It appears Posobiec’s MAGAphobia account was given no such warning or opportunity.

Does anyone NOT have a clear picture of what is going on in America right now
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu May 9, 2019, 09:37 AM (1 replies)

Lawmaker Who Harassed Young Girls Has Unintentionally Helped Raise A Lot Of Money For Pro-Life Caus

The "activism" of a radical-left Democratic lawmaker in Pennsylvania has ended up helping out the cause he was attempting to undermine. The mother and father of the young teen girls — who are just 13 and 15-years-old — that State Rep. Brian Sims harassed for several minutes as they prayed for unborn children outside an abortion clinic, have turned his actions against him, starting a GoFundMe account designed to "Show Brian the Power of the Pro-Life Movement."

Over just a couple of days, Sims has unintentionally raised over $70,000 dollars to help protect unborn children.

"State Rep. Brian Sims tried to Harass and Dox my Daughters. He Offered $100. Let's Donate $100,000 to the Pro-Life Movement Instead," reads the GoFundMe account set up by the young girls' parents, Joe and Ashley Garecht, on Monday.

The Garechts set a goal of $100,000. As of Wednesday evening, just two days after they set it up, they've raised a total of $71,276, with over 1,300 people having donated so far.

"On Holy Thursday (April 18, 2019) my wife, two teenage daughters, and their friend were peacefully praying outside of a Planned Parenthood in Center City Philadelphia when a man started yelling at them... after ranting at them for several minutes, he left, and returned with his cell phone to record the above video," Joe Garecht explains (video below). "It turns out that the man is an elected official. Pennsylvania State Representative Brian Sims. In his video, later posted on Twitter, Rep. Sims not only attempts to shame them for praying for the unborn babies facing abortion, but offers viewers $100 if they will identify the teen girls in the video. It's bad enough that a grown man would be trying to dox three teenage girls. It's even worse that he is an elected official."

I believe I can spare $10

Update- I just donated. It’s past $93.5k 😼

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu May 9, 2019, 08:20 AM (4 replies)

World reacts to Mueller Report

I hope nobody here invested In Mueller Time tee shirts

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu May 9, 2019, 06:16 AM (3 replies)

Pretty Soon Comey and McCabe are going to get the Roger Stone Treatment

And Everybody will forget about Mueller and Fake Collusion Investigations
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Wed May 8, 2019, 05:12 PM (13 replies)

More Democrat Mayors Resigning and Being Prosecuted for Vote Fraud

More Democrat mayors in Texas, New Jersey, and Oregon have come under a cloud of vote fraud investigations.

Mayor Richard Molina, of Edinburg, Texas, and Francesco Caramagna, the mayor of Elmwood Park, New Jersey, have both come under fire for perpetrating vote fraud, according to the Daily Signal.

Edinburg, Texas, Mayor Richard Molina doesn’t plan to go anywhere. Molina won the mayor’s race in November 2017 by 1,240 votes. But on April 25, Texas Rangers arrested the mayor and his wife, Dalia, alleging the couple ran a voter fraud scheme to put him in office.

After about a week of silence, the mayor said Thursday the charges won’t affect his job, and asked Edinburg residents to respect his constitutional rights to due process.

“We respectfully deny any criminal wrongdoing and look forward to defending ourselves in the proper venue. That is a courtroom,” Molina said in the video statement. “These charges will not affect my ability to perform the people’s work as your mayor. I only ask that you respect our constitutional right to a fair trial and due process.“

Officials say that Molina launched a campaign of getting voters to fraudulently change addresses so that they could vote for him.

In New Jersey:

Francesco Caramagna, the mayor of Elmwood Park, New Jersey, isn’t putting up as much of a fight, as he reportedly resigned from office on April 29 amid charges of interfering in the secrecy of the election process.

Prosecutors allege Caramagna filled out portions of mail-in ballots and primary election ballot certifications.

Then a group of Democrats and others in Oregon have been arrested for voter fraud there.

In Oregon, 10 people were convicted of voter fraud stemming from the 2016 election, The Oregonian newspaper reported. The arrests came after the Oregon secretary of state’s office, which oversees elections, forwarded evidence to the state’s Justice Department that 56 people engaged in fraud.
The newspaper reported that four Democrats, one Republican, one Libertarian, and four others not affiliated with a political party were convicted.
Most cases involved people voting in two different locations—in some cases, two separate states. None of the cases resulted in jail time, and the maximum penalty was $1,000.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Wed May 8, 2019, 03:12 PM (13 replies)
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