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More smoke and mirrors from the Left and MSM lapdogs. Not only did they get played on this unsubstantiated report, but I would have to conclude that there is no hard evidence linking the Russian Govt. to hacking HRC, John Podesta and the DNC. along with "rigging the election"

Was that not the original intent of the briefings? If there was a smoking gun wouldn't these hacks better serve the country reporting on that evidence rather than publishing unsubstantiated reports?


I have not read the classified intelligence briefing, so I can't really say what, if any, hard evidence there is that Russia was involved. If you have read the briefing please share what info you can with us without compromising national security.

I do agree that we should stick to reporting actual evidence rather than making shite up out of thin air. For the record, I don't buy any of this latest BS about Trump in Russia with golden showers.


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What does this comment even mean? Disregarding Fake News... the CIA even had bogus information in their briefing material.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01 ... ed-anti-trump-report-hoax

Any wonder why the Trump appointees like Flynn want to clean the Obama political hacks out of the intelligence community?



Ya know, now Trump supporters are disregarding fake news as opposed to believing in it as many did during the campaigns. I'm just curious why the change of heart now?

On a side note, I wouldn't put too much stock in anything that comes from 4Chan that isn't a meme. Then again, they did get a meme elected President.


More smoke and mirrors from the Left and MSM lapdogs. Not only did they get played on this unsubstantiated report, but I would have to conclude that there is no hard evidence linking the Russian Govt. to hacking HRC, John Podesta and the DNC. along with "rigging the election"

Was that not the original intent of the briefings? If there was a smoking gun wouldn't these hacks better serve the country reporting on that evidence rather than publishing unsubstantiated reports?

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What does this comment even mean? Disregarding Fake News... the CIA even had bogus information in their briefing material.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01 ... ed-anti-trump-report-hoax

Any wonder why the Trump appointees like Flynn want to clean the Obama political hacks out of the intelligence community?



Ya know, now Trump supporters are disregarding fake news as opposed to believing in it as many did during the campaigns. I'm just curious why the change of heart now?

On a side note, I wouldn't put too much stock in anything that comes from 4Chan that isn't a meme. Then again, they did get a meme elected President.

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Now Trump supporters are deciding to disregard fake news? What's different now as compared to the last 18 months?



What does this comment even mean? Disregarding Fake News... the CIA even had bogus information in their briefing material.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01 ... ed-anti-trump-report-hoax

Any wonder why the Trump appointees like Flynn want to clean the Obama political hacks out of the intelligence community?

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Now Trump supporters are deciding to disregard fake news? What's different now as compared to the last 18 months?

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Trump Received Unsubstantiated Report That Russia Had Damaging Information About Him

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/10/us/ ... ia-intelligence.html?_r=0



You people are nuts... Try and understand what the headline says and the details to the story.... the people making the report to the FBI were from the DNC.

The DNC reported a lie to the FBI for them to investigate trying to link Russians to Trump.

It was a smear job that apparently was investigated by the FBI around the time he was starting to receive classified briefings.

NOTHING WAS FOUND! What the FBI reported to Trump was an unsubstantiated smear attempt against him and his staff.

Yahoo News names Trump staff and the rumors such as a staffer had a family member who owned a dacha in the Russian countryside next to Putin.


Just some more fake news spread by the mainstream media. What else is new?

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Trump Received Unsubstantiated Report That Russia Had Damaging Information About Him

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/10/us/ ... ia-intelligence.html?_r=0



You people are nuts... Try and understand what the headline says and the details to the story.... the people making the report to the FBI were from the DNC.

The DNC reported a lie to the FBI for them to investigate trying to link Russians to Trump.

It was a smear job that apparently was investigated by the FBI around the time he was starting to receive classified briefings.

NOTHING WAS FOUND! What the FBI reported to Trump was an unsubstantiated smear attempt against him and his staff.

Yahoo News names Trump staff and the rumors such as a staffer had a family member who owned a dacha in the Russian countryside next to Putin.

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From the Times article

'The summary is based on memos generated by political operatives seeking to derail Mr. Trump’s candidacy. Details of the reports began circulating in the fall and were widely known among journalists and politicians in Washington.'

So a story so partisan (and fake news to boot) was widely known, and not used by Mrs. Clinton or her surrogates against Trump.


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I'm shocked! Russia is no worse than our own parties, who have staff members whose job it is to look for damaging information about the candidates of the other team.

1/20, baby. This latest tidbit (dying gasp from Obama's CIA to discredit Trump) means squat.
will alanis morisette be singing her great song at scumbag's inauguration!

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I'm shocked! Russia is no worse than our own parties, who have staff members whose job it is to look for damaging information about the candidates of the other team.

1/20, baby. This latest tidbit (dying gasp from Obama's CIA to discredit Trump) means squat.

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y'all sitting down....sit, please sit!

Trump Received Unsubstantiated Report That Russia Had Damaging Information About Him

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/10/us/ ... ia-intelligence.html?_r=0

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it's time for trump to start thinking about his legacy. scumbag enters office with record low approvals, obama leaves office with good approvals

...and that kellyanne, who i think is a crazy ass lunatic, says we should judge scumbag by his heart, not by what he says. isn't that sweet!

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wow...there are some really dumb people around here. read and laught at this idiot bashing obamacare, but praising the affordable care act

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HAHAHAHAHA. You are truly the Hero69 we need right now.

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wow...there are some really dumb people around here. read and laught at this idiot bashing obamacare, but praising the affordable care act

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At least we can agree on one thing; Trump is definitely not a republican. Let's see how the next 12 months pays out.

Since there is rarely a middle ground with Trump, it's going to be an unmitigated disaster or the best thing since sliced bread. If Trump can pull off what he thinks he can, then I owe you a Coke.






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There is a saying that Trump supporters take him seriously but not literally, while haters take him literally but not seriously.

You illustrated this nicely with the example you just used. I see that quote and his obvious point is that he rarely gets sick/is in good health. I believe this to be true.

Liberals will get one of their partisan "fact checking" websites, such as Politifact (operated by reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, which strongly endorsed Hillary), which will find one time he was sick, and then conclude:LIE!! FOUR PINOCCHIOS!!!!! Without really discussing his main point (he's never really sick).

Then people like you will read and it will confirm your belief of what a liar Trump is and how stupid his supporters must be to believe him. And people like me will read and say this is just another example of our dishonest media misleading their readers.


Not sure who you think "people like me" are. We have never met, and you think you know me from a couple BS posts I make on a local forum. If you meant people that have the ability for abstract thought, then yes that's me.

For me it's a black and white situation, and there are not degrees of lying. You either are lying or you're not. If someone said they were never sick, and you could prove they were, then they lied to you. I'm used to politicians lying about damn near everything, but not petty small stuff like some of what Trump tends to do (everything he touches can't be the greatest).

FWIW, I've never taken any politicians or media at face value. I try to get a few different points of view and form my own opinion. So in a way I guess trump is more of the same, and not as much of an outsider as people think he is. He certainly didn't break any new ground with his appointees.


Not sure what to tell you. I explained it as clearly as I could, and you even reacted just like I predicted "people like you" would react.

And I certainly don't know what to say if you don't even think Trump is much of an outsider. The anti-Trump narrative constantly shifted between he's not actually draining the swamp because he's appointing GOP stalwarts (seems to be your position) and he's appointing many people to cabinet positions who are unqualified and have no experience.

I think he's as big an outsider as you can get. Sure, he's trying to work with established people in his party, but he's not one of them.

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There is a saying that Trump supporters take him seriously but not literally, while haters take him literally but not seriously.

You illustrated this nicely with the example you just used. I see that quote and his obvious point is that he rarely gets sick/is in good health. I believe this to be true.

Liberals will get one of their partisan "fact checking" websites, such as Politifact (operated by reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, which strongly endorsed Hillary), which will find one time he was sick, and then conclude:LIE!! FOUR PINOCCHIOS!!!!! Without really discussing his main point (he's never really sick).

Then people like you will read and it will confirm your belief of what a liar Trump is and how stupid his supporters must be to believe him. And people like me will read and say this is just another example of our dishonest media misleading their readers.


Not sure who you think "people like me" are. We have never met, and you think you know me from a couple BS posts I make on a local forum. If you meant people that have the ability for abstract thought, then yes that's me.

For me it's a black and white situation, and there are not degrees of lying. You either are lying or you're not. If someone said they were never sick, and you could prove they were, then they lied to you. I'm used to politicians lying about damn near everything, but not petty small stuff like some of what Trump tends to do (everything he touches can't be the greatest).

FWIW, I've never taken any politicians or media at face value. I try to get a few different points of view and form my own opinion. So in a way I guess trump is more of the same, and not as much of an outsider as people think he is. He certainly didn't break any new ground with his appointees.

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Macy's dumped Trump and his clothing line after Trump first starting running for office.

When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.


Holy Christ man. I know you'be been busy trying to figure out the optimal tip-to-tip efficiency for Trump and Putin, but you sound like you're already living in a dictatorship. You speak up against our dear leader, or do something to anger him? Time for your punishment.


You are the one who brought up Macy's and implied that Trump let them down because they are now a failing business.

I explained that they took a controversial political stance and were punished by hardworking Americans (who stopped shopping there) as a result. So things are going just fine.


Wasn't me that brought up Macy's. You're a smart person, I presume, soni know you can't believe everything Trump says. I mean this is a guy who has publicly stated he has never been sick a day in his life, and that he has the greatest immune system. I'm curious what percentage you believe. 50%? 75%?


There is a saying that Trump supporters take him seriously but not literally, while haters take him literally but not seriously.

You illustrated this nicely with the example you just used. I see that quote and his obvious point is that he rarely gets sick/is in good health. I believe this to be true.

Liberals will get one of their partisan "fact checking" websites, such as Politifact (operated by reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, which strongly endorsed Hillary), which will find one time he was sick, and then conclude:LIE!! FOUR PINOCCHIOS!!!!! Without really discussing his main point (he's never really sick).

Then people like you will read and it will confirm your belief of what a liar Trump is and how stupid his supporters must be to believe him. And people like me will read and say this is just another example of our dishonest media misleading their readers.



This is a great explanation, and might be your best, most helpful post ever. Strong.


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You can't say TRUMP isn't transparent ... he spews out what he feels, employs family and friends and displays (tweets / press conference) a genuine discontent with things that he isn't happy with. The presidency is going to be one big reality game show that will be a mixture of BIG BROTHER, THE APPRENTICE and SURVIVOR ... it's going to be one hell of a ride !


Think of it like winning the lottery.


If you blindly worship a politician as your personal hero and savior, then sure.

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When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.


Holy Christ man. I know you'be been busy trying to figure out the optimal tip-to-tip efficiency for Trump and Putin, but you sound like you're already living in a dictatorship. You speak up against our dear leader, or do something to anger him? Time for your punishment.


You are the one who brought up Macy's and implied that Trump let them down because they are now a failing business.

I explained that they took a controversial political stance and were punished by hardworking Americans (who stopped shopping there) as a result. So things are going just fine.


Wasn't me that brought up Macy's. You're a smart person, I presume, soni know you can't believe everything Trump says. I mean this is a guy who has publicly stated he has never been sick a day in his life, and that he has the greatest immune system. I'm curious what percentage you believe. 50%? 75%?


There is a saying that Trump supporters take him seriously but not literally, while haters take him literally but not seriously.

You illustrated this nicely with the example you just used. I see that quote and his obvious point is that he rarely gets sick/is in good health. I believe this to be true.

Liberals will get one of their partisan "fact checking" websites, such as Politifact (operated by reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, which strongly endorsed Hillary), which will find one time he was sick, and then conclude:LIE!! FOUR PINOCCHIOS!!!!! Without really discussing his main point (he's never really sick).

Then people like you will read and it will confirm your belief of what a liar Trump is and how stupid his supporters must be to believe him. And people like me will read and say this is just another example of our dishonest media misleading their readers.

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Macy's dumped Trump and his clothing line after Trump first starting running for office.

When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.


Holy Christ man. I know you'be been busy trying to figure out the optimal tip-to-tip efficiency for Trump and Putin, but you sound like you're already living in a dictatorship. You speak up against our dear leader, or do something to anger him? Time for your punishment.


You are the one who brought up Macy's and implied that Trump let them down because they are now a failing business.

I explained that they took a controversial political stance and were punished by hardworking Americans (who stopped shopping there) as a result. So things are going just fine.


Wasn't me that brought up Macy's. You're a smart person, I presume, soni know you can't believe everything Trump says. I mean this is a guy who has publicly stated he has never been sick a day in his life, and that he has the greatest immune system. I'm curious what percentage you believe. 50%? 75%?

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Think of it like winning the lottery.

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You can't say TRUMP isn't transparent ... he spews out what he feels, employs family and friends and displays (tweets / press conference) a genuine discontent with things that he isn't happy with. The presidency is going to be one big reality game show that will be a mixture of BIG BROTHER, THE APPRENTICE and SURVIVOR ... it's going to be one hell of a ride !

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Be honest, in your real life you don't tell non-family members that you voted for Trump do you? I mean that would be totally embarrassing. No one admits that to co-workers or strangers.


Generally speaking I find the eye winks and the knowing looks can be misconstrued, that is why it is easier just to leave it at "I did not vote for Hillary". Let the other person work out the rest.

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yeah, yeah, yeah...Let's talk again in 2018. Trump is his biggest self promoter

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This is what you get when you have a POTUS more interested in jobs creation than telling people they have to admit men into girls bathrooms.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/ne ... libabas-jack-ma/96345262/

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Be honest, in your real life you don't tell non-family members that you voted for Trump do you? I mean that would be totally embarrassing. No one admits that to co-workers or strangers.

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Macy's dumped Trump and his clothing line after Trump first starting running for office.

When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.


Holy Christ man. I know you'be been busy trying to figure out the optimal tip-to-tip efficiency for Trump and Putin, but you sound like you're already living in a dictatorship. You speak up against our dear leader, or do something to anger him? Time for your punishment.


You are the one who brought up Macy's and implied that Trump let them down because they are now a failing business.

I explained that they took a controversial political stance and were punished by hardworking Americans (who stopped shopping there) as a result. So things are going just fine.

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