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The left wants to get rid of our Constitution; it’s in the way.

Here’s the plot. A former President, speaking his mind: Obama’s speech tonight during the televised Democratic Convention

@Greg: Obama was a complete failure that left a world in chaos to Trump to fix, which he as largely done. Obama just needs to stop his incessant lying and shut up and sit in his $15 million mansion… which is more than many other people have, by the way, and very, very socially unfair.

@Deplorable Me: After Barrys lying Mooch was called out by the AP, we are suppose to listen to the biggest liar we couldnt wait to be rid of…Hey Barry you forgot your roaches ants and mice when you packed up.


cormarde greggy -poo, I see you are a big fan of the gay muslim terrorist obama-shit. did you know the cocaine came into the wipe house every friday via the kitchen? this ecrement of human discharge attempted to collapse the US economy and the internal structure of the Constitution.
Comrade, move to cuba for a few years and experience socialism, not the fictional socialism portrayed hollywood in useless costume movies of marvel heros, make up, muscle bound, tight outfits idiots but the real socialism of cuba or NK.

Trump may be taking down the republican Senate majority along with him. Too many have chained themselves to his rowing benches. It will be their own fault. There has been too much evidence of what Trump is to pretend they didn’t know. They’ve had plenty of time to figure out what’s coming.

August 20, 2020 – Top Republican National Security Officials Say They Will Vote for Biden

In a letter released hours before Joe Biden is set to deliver his nomination acceptance speech, over 70 senior officials called President Trump “unfit to lead” and outlined their support for his opponent.

Four years after 50 of the nation’s most senior Republican national security officials warned that Donald J. Trump “would be the most reckless president in American history,” they are back with a new letter, declaring his presidency worse than they had imagined and urging voters to support former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.

The new letter, released just hours before Mr. Biden formally accepts the nomination, lays out a 10-point indictment of Mr. Trump’s actions, accusing him of undermining the rule of law, aligning himself with dictators and engaging “in corrupt behavior that renders him unfit to serve as president.”

They also accused him of “spreading misinformation” and “undermining public health experts,” making him “unfit to lead during a national crisis.”

“When we wrote in 2016, we were warning against a vote for Donald Trump, but many of the signatories were not ready to embrace his opponent,” Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state, noted John Bellinger, a former legal adviser at the State Department and National Security Council who was among the authors of the past and current letters. “This is different: Each of the signatories has said he or she will vote for Biden. Signatories are now even more concerned about Trump, and have fewer concerns about Biden.”

Eric Edelman, a former senior Defense Department official under President George W. Bush, and a signatory to both the old and new letters, noted that the 2016 warnings were “a prospective judgment about Donald Trump’s fitness for office. Today the things that were cited in those letters have been vindicated by Trump’s actual performance.”

The result, he said, was that new Republican signatories joined — there are more than 70 in the new letter — people who “undoubtedly hoped that Trump would grow in office and would take the responsibilities of office seriously. He didn’t.”

For the Democratic National Convention, Mr. Biden has invited a series of Republicans to speak, most notably Colin L. Powell, the former secretary of state and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Democrats are betting that these cross-aisle endorsements may bring over moderate Republicans who may have supported Mr. Trump four years ago, but are struggling with whether they can vote for a Democrat.

“While some of us hold policy positions that differ from those of Joe Biden and his party, the time to debate those policy differences will come later,” the new letter says. “For now, it is imperative that we stop Trump’s assault on our nation’s values and institutions and reinstate the moral foundations of our democracy.”

The letter was released by, an advocacy group created in 2018 by anti-Trump Republicans and conservatives. They are spending about $20 million to oppose him, the group says, including placing the full letter in an ad in The Wall Street Journal on Friday.

@Greg: Remember how rabidly you supported the “Russian collusion” conspiracy theory? Boy, did THAT prove to be stupid!

@Deplorable Me, #9:

August 18, 2020 – Manafort Ties to Russia Posed ‘Grave Threat,’ Senate Concludes

WASHINGTON (CN) — The Senate Intelligence Committee wrapped up its long-running investigation of Russian meddling in U.S. elections on Tuesday with a sharp indictment of Paul Manafort, the now-convicted former chairman of President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.

In just under 1,000 pages, the fifth and final report says Manafort posed “a grave counterintelligence threat” because of his proximity to then-candidate Trump and a willingness to disclose information to individuals closely affiliated with Russian intelligence services.

The bipartisan findings follow more than three years of investigation, including more than 200 witness interviews and the review of over a million pages of documents, and reaches similar conclusions to those made by former special counsel Robert Mueller.

Notably, the report reaches no determination on whether Trump’s campaign coordinated or colluded with Russia to change the outcome of the 2016 election, though Democrats and Republicans each submitted “additional views” on the conclusions to draw from the findings.

U.S. officials tagged Konstantin Kilimnik, a longtime Manafort associate whom Mueller indicted for obstruction of justice and conspiracy, as a Russian intelligence officer for the first time Tuesday.

Manafort communicated with Kilimnik directly and indirectly throughout his time running Trump’s 2016 campaign, the report states.

“On numerous occasions, Manafort sought to secretly share internal campaign information with Kilimnik,” the report lays out.

But the Senate was unable to nail down why Manafort shared sensitive internal polling data and campaign strategies with Kilimnik and to whom the Russian actor passed the information along.

“The committee obtained some information suggesting Kilimnik may have been connected to the GRU’s hack and leak operation targeting the 2016 U.S. election,” the report states, referring to the Russian military intelligence agency.

Manafort was found guilty of eight criminal counts brought by Mueller, unrelated to Russian meddling, including bank fraud.

While Mueller reached distinct conclusions on the extent of Russian interference in the 2016 election, and the willingness of the Trump campaign to benefit from Russian-led hacks, the former special counsel did not charge any Trump officials with conspiring with Russia.

But Democrats said the latest report unambiguously shows that the Trump campaign cooperated with Russian efforts to land Trump in the White House, revealing for the first time Manafort’s direct connections to Russian meddling in his links to Kilimnik.

The Democrats further argue that the former Trump campaign chairman took steps to hide his communications and lied to federal investigators about his possible connections to the Russian hack-and-leak operation targeting the Democratic National Committee.

“This is what collusion looks like,” Senators Martin Heinrich, Dianne Feinstein, Ron Wyden, Kamala Harris and Michael Bennet wrote.

For Republicans, however, the extensive Senate investigation leaves no room for doubt that there was no collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.

“Decisions taken were the result of a foreign policy viewpoint, not illicit Russian influence. We feel Volume 5 should have explicitly stated this,” Senators James Risch, Marco Rubio, Roy Blunt, Tom Cotton, John Cornyn and Ben Sasse wrote.

Well, that’s certainly a new angle: What admittedly looks like collusion actually wasn’t, because it was all motivated by a foreign policy position, not by any desire to help get Trump elected.

@Greg: Q is harmless there are those that follow a nameless I think AI program, they are not violent nor as far as I know have ever called for any type of violence. Mostly would like to see justice for the coup attempt.
One way out theory actually thought Trump was Q or someone that was on the inside of the spygate investigation and pedophile investigations.
I still believe it to be an AI program that picks out headlines and gives cryptic messages that like Nostradamus can be interpreted in anyway you want. National security threat and violent they are not.
Q was correct when referring to the pedos that seem to glom onto and donate to Hilliary, these people are sick.

@Greg: Seems Steele was taking cues from Stinky!
Even telling a State Sept employee to beak our records laws.
That spy guy lol He was employed in Moscow for the International Republican Institute, a pro-Democracy group led by the late Sen. John McCain. He joined Manafort’s firm in Ukraine in 2005.

August 21, 2020 – Fact check: Trump delivers blizzard of false claims in Pennsylvania speech attacking Biden

Because it doesn’t matter if a claim is true or not, provided it sells…

@Greg: “His ties posed a threat”. Yet, there was no threat. No threat was found. Trump’s past business dealings (which were ALL OVER the world, by the way) “posed a threat”. But there was no threat. None. Nowhere.

The Clinton’s dealings with Russia, taking more than $1.5 million in “donations” and “fees” posed a threat. And, what do you know, we lost 20% of our uranium to Russia… the threat became reality. Hillary’s disregard for the law in handling her State Department emails posed a threat. And, what do you know, ALL her emails were captured by any foreign adversary that wanted them… the threat became reality.

Almost 5 years of illegal spying, surveillance and “investigations” have yielded NO reason for the suspicions of Trump’s team. NOTHING. Conspiracy theories, false hopes and HATRED for this country.

Did you hear any “false claims” in Biden’s speech? Yeah, there were a few, most notably the debunked lie that Trump called Nazis “fine people” and that ANTIFA is opposing fascism. Biden must have worked hard for weeks on his speech… he delivered it well. However, when he meets foreign leaders, he doesn’t get to rehearse for weeks what he is going to say. Neither does he for the debates (though the “moderators” will most assuredly slip him the questions). Yes, Biden can recite well-worn lies well (though he often has trouble with the Declaration of Independence… you know, the “thing”).