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Barr Disputes IG Findings

Of course he did. It's not what the Boss wants so...

Barr needs to maintain that there was not enough evidence to justify an FBI investigation into Russian interference in our 2016 election. There is a pattern, among Trump apologists, of spreading Russian nonsense.  

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Oh, thank you, DJT, for giving me a hearty belly laugh on this cold, gray, December day.

First, I read your hilarious criticism of Macron, concerning his comments about NATO.

You, DJT, who has called NATO "obsolete," among other things, calling Macron's comments "insulting," was so, so, funny!

Then, you were asked about Prince Andrew and Jeffery Epstein. You were friends with the latter, at one time.

Today, you claimed not to know Prince Andrew. 

But from today's WaPo:

Trump Says He Doesn't Know Prince Andrew. They Had A Breakfast Meeting In June

More laughter coming from me, regarding your habit of not remembering anything that you don't want to!!!!

Then, there is your continued ignorance of the basic workings of American government.

From today's WaPo:

Trump Calls Democrats 'Unpatriotic' For Pursuing Case Against Him While He's Overseas

Hilarious! Trump thinks the government shuts down, when he is away.

That isn't true.

He should talk to Bill Clinton.

I am sure President Clinton will share that impeachment continues, no matter where the subject of impeachment is.

Thanks for the laughs, DJT!

 

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And the fellow who tweeted an image with his head on Rocky Balboa's body just made an excuse to stay out of the ring and not even send the team to the ring corner. He's a real fighter, ladies and gentleman.  

In this match, Trump is the out of shape boxer depending upon absorbing the body blows until his drunk and belligerent throw enough trash into the ring that the fight is stopped. 

Let's rumble!

Ding

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4 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

And the fellow who tweeted an image with his head on Rocky Balboa's body just made an excuse to stay out of the ring and not even send the team to the ring corner. He's a real fighter, ladies and gentleman.  

In this match, Trump is the out of shape boxer depending upon absorbing the body blows until his drunk and belligerent throw enough trash into the ring that the fight is stopped. 

Let's rumble!

Ding

You know, I read about the Photoshop work Trump did over Thanksgiving holiday, but even I, couldn't immediately comment on it because it was so pathetic, and so elementary school level behavior (although today's third-graders, probably don't know Rocky Balboa).

Who defends such a pathetic human being?

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25 minutes ago, Lil Nel said:

You know, I read about the Photoshop work Trump did over Thanksgiving holiday, but even I, couldn't immediately comment on it because it was so pathetic, and so elementary school level behavior (although today's third-graders, probably don't know Rocky Balboa).

Who defends such a pathetic human being?

Conservative christian Americans support and defend him. My family in this category won't believe any of the uncomfortable truths about Trump's corruption because they aren't included in their Fox or christian radio programming. They condone his behavior from a position of ignorance and gullibility.

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3 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Conservative christian Americans support and defend him. My family in this category won't believe any of the uncomfortable truths about Trump's corruption because they aren't included in their Fox or christian radio programming. They condone his behavior from a position of ignorance and gullibility.

With respect to you, baloney, are you sure it is ignorance and gullibility?

I just listened to another installment of NPR's, White Lies.

It wasn't ignorance and gullibility that kept Whites quiet for over 45 years, regarding the murder of pastor James Reed in Selma, AL.

They knew the truth. They willfully kept quiet for their own selfish reasons.

Whenever I hear White Lies, I draw parallels with Trumpsters.

 

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I spent most of last Saturday working a Red Cross blood drive with my friend of 32 years who is a Trump supporter. Her husband voted for Hillary.

She mentioned impeachment once and I reminded her political talk is not allowed at the convention. 

This woman is definitely not racist. She is kind an generous. BUT in addition to believing the lies about Hillary she believes butterflies and dragonflies are angels and fairies. She believes these insects can read human minds and send thoughts to people so that they think it was their idea. 

She has fallen for scams on line and on TV. She has spent thousands of dollars over the years for products to lose weight. She is bigger than ever. All she lost was her money. Her loving husband just smiles and says, "That makes no sense. And she says, "It does to me."

I can't figure it out, but she is my friend.

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16 minutes ago, herring_RN said:

I spent most of last Saturday working a Red Cross blood drive with my friend of 32 years who is a Trump supporter. Her husband voted for Hillary.

She mentioned impeachment once and I reminded her political talk is not allowed at the convention. 

This woman is definitely not racist. She is kind an generous. BUT in addition to believing the lies about Hillary she believes butterflies and dragonflies are angels and fairies. She believes these insects can read human minds and send thoughts to people so that they think it was their idea. 

She has fallen for scams on line and on TV. She has spent thousands of dollars over the years for products to lose weight. She is bigger than ever. All she lost was he money. Her loving husband just smiles and says, "That makes no sense. And she says, "It does to me."

I can't figure it out, but she is my friend.

I am happy for you, herring.

You know I have mentioned my nurse friend, who helped me move a couple of years ago, and whom I considered a close friend for the last few years.

She voted for Trump.

I overlooked that vote, and her nasty comments about HRC.

But I couldn't overlook her comment about Michelle Obama, or the Civil War.

She ACTUALLY said: "The Civil War wasn't about slavery, until Lincoln made it about slavery."

My former friend doesn't consider herself racist.

She is very generous, in many ways.

People are complicated.

But I no longer call her, or ask her to do things.

I did text her Thanksgiving wishes.

Spending time with racists and bigots doesn't bring me joy, so I chose not to engage.

 

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It looks like I wasn't the only person laughing at DJT yesterday.

In fact, I was in good company!

From today's WaPo:

Candid Video Appears To Show Trudeau, Macron And Johnson Joking About Trump

You can see Princess Anne, is also in the circle.

She apparently nixed standing in Royal receiving line, to greet DJT and Melania.

Didn't Trump promise his flock respect, overseas?

Another broken promise.

Trump was laughed at, at the UN, and now three world leaders openly joke about him.

The world knows he is a moron.

 

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And Trump continues to behave like a third-grader, by calling Justin Trudeau "two-faced," a term I haven't heard used in years.

How rich, is that?

I guess Trump intends to provide comic relief, as the House tends to important matters, like his impeachment.

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5 hours ago, Lil Nel said:

The world knows he is a moron.

 

 

27 minutes ago, Lil Nel said:

I guess Trump intends to provide comic relief, as the House tends to important matters, like his impeachment.

From CNN;

"To start, Trump left no doubt that his contribution to America’s foreign policy is largely off-the-cuff. He meandered on where the US stands on NATO, Turkey, his trade deal with China, a tariff duel with France and US support for Iranian protesters. He was clear about berating Beijing and allies alike, but almost everything he said appeared to favor domestic political motives rather than some overarching US interest. (If this sounds familiar, well, it’s the core question at the root of the impeachment drama.)"

"Perhaps more troubling for Trump, another trend also emerged: Foreign leaders appeared immune to Trump’s bullying style, having learned that flattery doesn’t pay." 

"Foreign leaders’ spines are stiffening. Add that to the fact that China’s in no hurry to ink a trade deal and North Korea just keeps testing missiles, and it’s all beginning to hint at an unpalatable truth for Trump: The self-proclaimed dealmaker hasn’t got much of a foreign policy legacy to show for all his bluster. And with less than a year before the next election, his time to make one may be running out."

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2 hours ago, GrumpyRN said:

 

From CNN;

"To start, Trump left no doubt that his contribution to America’s foreign policy is largely off-the-cuff. He meandered on where the US stands on NATO, Turkey, his trade deal with China, a tariff duel with France and US support for Iranian protesters. He was clear about berating Beijing and allies alike, but almost everything he said appeared to favor domestic political motives rather than some overarching US interest. (If this sounds familiar, well, it’s the core question at the root of the impeachment drama.)"

"Perhaps more troubling for Trump, another trend also emerged: Foreign leaders appeared immune to Trump’s bullying style, having learned that flattery doesn’t pay." 

"Foreign leaders’ spines are stiffening. Add that to the fact that China’s in no hurry to ink a trade deal and North Korea just keeps testing missiles, and it’s all beginning to hint at an unpalatable truth for Trump: The self-proclaimed dealmaker hasn’t got much of a foreign policy legacy to show for all his bluster. And with less than a year before the next election, his time to make one may be running out."

Yep.

The rest of the world was slower to catch on to the grift that is Trump, than the majority of Americans who knew what he was all about, in November 2016.

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