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tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 07 12:08:32
[thread dedicated to fan kargen]

tweets starting a week ago:

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"Michael Cohen’s book manuscript shows that he committed perjury on a scale not seen before."

"Virtually everything failed lawyer Michael Cohen said in his sworn testimony last week is totally contradicted in his just released manuscript for a book about me. It’s a total new love letter to “Trump” and the pols must now use it rather than his lies for sentence reduction!"

"The brand new manuscript for a new book by failed lawyer Michael Cohen shows his testimony was a total lie! Pundits should only use it."

"The hostile Cohen testimony, given by a liar to reduce his prison time, proved no Collusion! His just written book manuscript showed what he said was a total lie, but Fake Media won’t show it."

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i googled 'Cohen manuscript'... nothing but links to those Trump tweets, no evidence of one being released or even existing that i see

we know Trump shills for pro-Trump books without reading them, now is he inventing a fake one?

someone show me any site, even a pure Trump propaganda one, with this "just released manuscript"

also... why isn't this a story?... "the President is a proven delusional liar"... seems important

he needs removed from office
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 07 12:34:56
...or perhaps if not total delusion, it was on a TV show, as obviously Trump wouldn't read it so would need told, and his preferred method of gaining 'info' is watching TV

so provide the article or show... or join team 'remove the unfit idiot from office'
kargen
Member
Thu Mar 07 14:07:59
Unlike black lives tweets don't matter.
Forwyn
Member
Thu Mar 07 14:40:56
I, for one, was worried about tw's #5 running out. Thank goodness for #6
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 07 15:32:08
your welcome

@kargen, so not troubling the President of the United States is using a seemingly non-existent manuscript to defend himself from criminal accusations?

he can be as bat-shit crazy as he wants?
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 07 15:35:04
*you're
kargen
Member
Thu Mar 07 17:28:17
You know how I feel about tweets. So yeah not troubled at all about what President Trump said in those tweets.

And yeah I don't mind some bat-shit crazy being unleashed upon the world when it is just words.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 07 18:28:35
do you care if he is actually mentally unstable?

are you assuming all the crazy things he claims are just deliberate lies? (& therefore acceptable to you for some reason)
kargen
Member
Thu Mar 07 19:04:16
I care about his actions and what he puts his signature on. You know, the things that actually matter. Doesn't bother me a bit if he wants to say him and Kim are best buds. If he starts sending tons of cash and weapons to North Korea then I'll get as worried as you are over these tweets.
smart dude
Member
Fri Mar 08 02:55:57
"What a person says is in no way indicative of that person's mental health or compentence."

-kargen, March 2019
smart dude
Member
Fri Mar 08 03:10:21
"The ground is shaking and the walls are crumbling. No reason to evaculate the building until after a chunk of concrete lands on my head."

-kargen, March 2019
Rugian
Member
Fri Mar 08 06:41:01
Inside Michael Cohen's '$750,000' book deal and how he pitched the proposal praising Trump just weeks before the FBI raided his office

By Martin Gould For Dailymail.com

Published: 16:04 EST, 28 February 2019 | Updated: 17:36 EST, 28 February 2019

President Donald Trump is not crazy. Nor is he dumb or paranoid. Certainly he is not in over his head. Is he a liar? Nope. And he is not addicted to TV either.

Who says so? None other than Michael Cohen, the president's former lawyer and fixer who eviscerated Trump in three days of testimony before Congressional committees this week.

Cohen's comments were in a book proposal that the jail-bound disbarred attorney was shopping around in the weeks before the FBI raided his offices last year. DailyMail.com has reviewed a copy of that proposal.

At the time he had nothing but good things to say about his boss who had entered the White House a little more than a year earlier.

Cohen was pushing a book with the working title 'Trump Revolution: From The Tower to The White House, Understanding Donald J. Trump,' that he proposed to write.

He sent his book to several potential publishers last year, and one, Hachette, reportedly was willing to pay him three-quarters of a million dollars for his wise words.

But Cohen, who is due to start a three-year prison term in May for crimes including tax evasion, lying to Congress and making false statements, thought he could do better and continued to seek more money, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Donald Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen was pushing a positive book about working for Trump in the weeks before the FBI raided his offices last year. DailyMail.com has obtained a copy of his proposal a day after Cohen delivered a scathing testimony to Congress about Trump, who he now calls a racist and a conman

'I doubt he was offered $750,000,' one publishing executive told DailyMail.com. 'If he was, he was a fool not to take it.

'Everything he wanted to say about Trump was positive,' added another executive who discussed the deal with Cohen.

'Even in our meeting he was glowing with praise for the president.'

The executive said Cohen did not tell him whether Trump knew about the planned book.

The deal with Hachette's conservative imprint Center Street eventually fell apart after Cohen was charged with the crimes that will now land him in prison.

In the proposal, Cohen, now 52, said his most important job in his role as special counsel to the Trump Organization was 'looking out for Mr. Trump and his family.'

He added: 'Most of my work took place behind the scenes. Unless it was the sort of situation that required me to come through the front door with a wrecking ball, that is – in which case my involvement was pretty obvious.

'No issue was too big, too sticky or too oddball for me to tackle. I saw it all, handled it all. And still do.'

He started his proposal with a list of unflattering barbs that have been thrown at Trump since he became Commander-in-Chief. 'Crazy'; 'Dumb'; 'Paranoid'; 'In Over His Head'; 'Liar'; 'Addicted to TV'; 'Hates the Media'.

'All of these things have been said about my longtime boss, Donald J. Trump,' Cohen added. 'None of it is true. Except maybe that last one – about the media. Trump does believe that reporters are out to get him, and for a very good reason. Many of them are.

'That doesn't make him paranoid,' wrote Cohen. 'That makes him a realist.'

The nearest Cohen came to criticizing Trump at the time was when he admitted he is 'an exceedingly tough boss,' adding that could clearly be seen by the 'revolving door' at the White House, which by the time of writing had included the departures of national security advisor Michael Flynn, press secretary Sean Spicer, chief of staff Reince Priebus, communications director Anthony Scaramucci; chief strategist Steve Bannon, deputy national security advisor K.T. McFarland, health and human services secretary Tom Price, communications director Omarosa Manigault Newman, FBI director James Comey and – just days before he wrote his proposal - McFarland's successor Dina Powell.

Deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe and staff secretary Rob Porter would be gone just days later.

Cohen said in his proposal that he was the ideal person to write a book about Trump, which he said would be told 'by the guy who actually witnessed this stuff first-hand and lived to tell about it.'

'(F)irst and foremost, I think I have a unique point-of-view to offer,' he bragged. 'One that is based not on headlines, brief encounters or armchair analysis from afar, but on my own up-close and personal observations and experiences with Donald Trump and his family over the past dozen years.

'That so many people are confused by Trump is not surprising to me. His world is a highly complex and nuanced place; it also has clear and very specific rules of order. Most people don't understand that – or him – at all. That's not really their fault. Because here's the thing about Trump: Despite his hyper-public profile Donald Trump is -- and has always been -- an enigma to most people.

'That is by design, and I'll be talking a lot about that, as well,' he said.

Cohen promised chapters on both first lady Melania Trump and Trump's children, as well as 'the unfortunate saga' of Stormy Daniels, the porn star to whom Cohen paid $130,000 – money which he told the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Wednesday that Trump had repaid him in a series of $35,000 checks.

Cohen wrote his proposal on January 24, 2018, less than three weeks after the publication of the first critical book about the Trump presidency, Michael Wolff's 'Fire And Fury,' which claimed the White House was a chaotic place where '100% of the people around him' believe Trump is unfit for office.

His book proposal was in stark contrast to his words to the oversight committee and to two other Congressional panels which he addressed in private. On Wednesday he said Trump 'is a racist, he is a con man and he is a cheat.'

'I am not protecting Mr. Trump anymore,' he added. 'My loyalty to Mr. Trump has cost me everything: my family's happiness, friendships, my law license, my company, my livelihood, my honor, my reputation, and soon my freedom.

'I will not sit back say nothing and allow him to do the same to the country.'

He even made the startling claim that if Trump loses next year's election 'there may be no peaceful transfer of power.'

But in early 2018, Cohen was full of praise for the man he had served for a dozen years. He said he would use the book to 'unravel and explain' mysteries that surround the president. Those would include: 'Trump's communications style, management style, negotiating tactics, combat profile, Twitter battles and family dynamics. Along with the Russia probe and the revolving door at the White House.

'I have a lot to say about all of this stuff, with the understanding that there are some things I simply can't talk about because I am, as I said at the outset, Trump's longtime lawyer. But there's plenty I can talk about, so here I am.'

And he signed off on his proposal on a highbrow note. This, after all, would not be a downmarket tell-all, but a serious tome which would help people see what makes Trump tick.

'By offering my point-of-view, it is my sincere hope that I can help close or at least narrow the knowledge gap,' he wrote. 'For reporters, who have the important job of covering Trump; for lawmakers, who need to work constructively with Trump to get things done for our country; for global leaders who aspire to work collaboratively with America; for supporters, who have faith and put Trump into the White House; for critics, whose continued vigilance helps Trump and the Republican party get better at their jobs - Democrats, too. And for anybody else, no matter what your party or affiliation, who has an interest in gaining a better understanding of the world, ways and methodology of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.'

http://www...k-claiming-Trump-not-liar.html
smart dude
Member
Fri Mar 08 08:15:16
"Where there is smoke, there is no fire."

-kargen, 2019

"If someone is opposed to me, then they are wrong, even if they say the sky is blue."

-kargen, 2019

"Cohen is a lying sack of shit. That means Trump is innocent."

-kargen, 2019
smart dude
Member
Fri Mar 08 08:18:03
"Someone who is a proven liar said something bad about me. That proves I am an honest person."

-kargen, 2019
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Fri Mar 08 11:31:42
a book proposal from before Cohen in trouble is not a 'just released manuscript'... and it would not contradict his testimony (not only as not bound by any oath, but the book proposal included talk about mistress pay-offs & the Moscow tower & bank/tax/insurance fraud not happening?... i don't think so)

also this was from the time period when Cohen stated things like:
"I've never come a situation where Mr. Trump has said something that is not accurate."

no person in existence can believe that statement is true... hopefully


so present a 'just released manuscript' contradicting testimony... we already know Cohen provided stupid praise of Trump when he was his 'fixer' (w/o needing a non-existent book)
Rugian
Member
Fri Mar 08 11:44:38
Tw,

It's a manuscript that Cohen wrote barely a year ago and which the Daily Mail posted details about a week ago. What's your objection to the characterization here, exactly?

What the proposal demonstrates is that Cohen is absolutely full of shit, and undermines his testimony about Trump's character and actions. Throw in a little bit of Trump's penchant for exaggeration, and we have a pretty good basis for his tweets.

Hopefully this explanation satisfies you and mitigates your (unfounded) concerns about his mental state.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Fri Mar 08 11:55:35
Trump: "Virtually everything failed lawyer Michael Cohen said in his sworn testimony last week is totally contradicted in his just released manuscript for a book about me."

you think this is true? again mistresses, the Tower, all the fraud... it's noted in this book proposal in a pro-Trump way?


"His just written book manuscript showed what he said was a total lie, but Fake Media won’t show it."
"Pundits should only use it."

so media should use vague comments of praise from an old book proposal -instead of- recent under oath testimony?


he lied to congress FOR Trump between the time of that proposal and now, so if you want to discredit something it would be what's in the book proposal... not what he said under oath after getting convicted


also, as i noted, there is plenty of ridiculous recorded praise by Cohen of Trump when he was still his goon... how is this book proposal of any more value?
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Fri Mar 08 12:02:56
my favorite Cohen quote
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFDyiL3MqpE

should he be charged w/ perjury because of that video?
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Fri Mar 08 12:14:35
kinda funny:

Dailymail (who supposedly got the proposal -- which is not a manuscript) wrote as bullet point:
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"He started his proposal with a list of unflattering barbs that have been thrown at Trump since he became Commander-in-Chief. 'Crazy'; 'Dumb'; 'Paranoid'; 'In Over His Head'; 'Liar'; 'Addicted to TV'; 'Hates the Media'."


Fox News citing Dailymail:
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"According to the Daily Mail, Cohen’s book would have touted Trump, countering descriptions of his then-boss as "crazy," "dumb," "paranoid" and hateful toward the media."


so Fox removing 'In Over His Head', 'Liar' & 'Addicted to TV' :p


anyway... Cohen didn't testify that Trump was 'Crazy'; 'Dumb'; 'Paranoid'; 'In Over His Head'; 'Addicted to TV'; 'Hates the Media' so this meaningless proposal from when he was a loyal shill is extra meaningless

& anyone who thinks Trump is not a liar is not paying attention or is really really really stupid


but i appreciate learning where Trump got his delusional idea of a manuscript (which doesn't exist)... and of course he will claim that it contradicts everything Cohen said because he's a total liar
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Mar 11 00:36:20
Trump retweeted some garbage pile who claimed:

"BREAKING: Even Mueller's case against Russia itself, for interfering in the 2016 election, is breaking down"
(No link or other info)

So our TRAITOR president is STILL fighting for Russia's innocence...
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 14 11:14:35
"
“The Lisa Page (FBI) transcript also confirms earlier reporting that Page testified Russian Collusion was still unproven when Special Counsel Robert Mueller was appointed.” Catherine Herridge, @FoxNews In other words they appointed someone when there was (and is) no crime. Bad!
"


OMG!!! the crimes weren't PROVEN before they investigated!!! disband the corrupt FBI!!!
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Sun Mar 17 00:12:24
"
“New evidence that the Obama era team of the FBI, DOJ & CIA were working together to Spy on (and take out) President Trump, all the way back in 2015.” A transcript of Peter Strzok’s testimony is devastating. Hopefully the Mueller Report will be covering this. @OANN @foxandfriends
"
~the President


presumably he's quoting someone in the quotation marks part (but not guaranteed) who is a lying piece of shit who was either on OANN or Fox... or maybe the two propaganda networks have joined

& presumably there is NO evidence of impropriety whatsoever as usual... but it's important to undermine as many of our institutions as possible all for his glory
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Sun Mar 17 13:30:55
"
Were Fox News weekend anchors, Arthel Neville and Leland Vittert, trained by CNN prior to their ratings collapse? In any event, that’s where they should be working, along with their lowest rated anchor, Shepard Smith!
"
~the President


those hosts aren't openly supporting Trump with everything they say... they must go
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Sun Mar 17 13:38:11
(he's got a ton of other comments demonstrating he's an unfit liar if you want to browse)
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Mar 18 01:07:06
"
What the Democrats have done in trying to steal a Presidential Election, first at the “ballot box” and then, after that failed, with the “Insurance Policy,” is the biggest Scandal in the history of our Country!
"
~the President


...i'll guess Sarah Sanders isn't going to clarify what stealing the Dems supposedly did at the "ballot box"... (and of course the FBI stuff has been nonsense from the start)
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Wed Mar 20 11:15:13
"
George Conway, often referred to as Mr. Kellyanne Conway by those who know him, is VERY jealous of his wife’s success & angry that I, with her help, didn’t give him the job he so desperately wanted. I barely know him but just take a look, a stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!
"
~the President talking about the husband of his advisor/campaign manager/transformed snake


(the husband is a conservative who doesn't like Trump for the obvious reasons)
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Wed Mar 20 14:42:52
"John McCain received the fake and phony dossier. Did you hear about the dossier? It was paid for by Crooked Hillary Clinton, right?" [crowd: 'BOOOO!!'] "And John McCain got it. He got it. And what did he do? He didn't call me. He turned it over to the FBI hoping to put me in jeopardy."

"I gave him the kind of funeral he wanted which as president I had to approve and I didn’t get a thank you"
~Trump still attacking dead man


so if you get incriminating evidence on Trump... give it to Trump... don't be a rat
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Tue Mar 26 15:20:10
"
The Mainstream Media is under fire and being scorned all over the World as being corrupt and FAKE. For two years they pushed the Russian Collusion Delusion when they always knew there was No Collusion. They truly are the Enemy of the People and the Real Opposition Party!
"
~a dictator


weird that the media knew there was no collusion when even Giuliani eventually acknowledged they couldn't vouch for everyone in the campaign

anyway... 'enemy of the people' again... great... words from leaders don't matter & don't influence anyone, as everybody knows
Rugian
Member
Tue Mar 26 19:59:50
I fucking hate establishment media.

And I used to love establishment media, until Trump brainwashed me to feel differently.





...is what tw would prefer to believe, anyway.
swordtail
Anarchist Prime
Tue Mar 26 20:08:23
And I used to love establishment media, until putin brainwashed me to feel differently.

-fixed-
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Tue Mar 26 21:46:58
so Rugian accepting kargen's belief that words from Trump have no effect
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Tue Mar 26 21:59:07
I'll defend Trump on one thing

CNN is accusing Trump of going back on his word of protecting coverage for preexisting conditions by his being in support of the courts striking down all of Obamacare

but I know the idiot child has no understanding of Obamacare and what it would mean if gone, so he's not really going back on his word
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Wed Mar 27 13:11:23
good news:

“If the Supreme Court rules that Obamacare is out, we'll have a plan that is far better than Obamacare”
~the total disgrace to the office & nation


we all know how easy it is to pass a healthcare plan
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 28 15:45:16
Betsy 'never been in a public school' DeVos took heat for cutting Special Olympics funding... and as Trump only ever watches TV, he noticed:


“The Special Olympics will be funded, I just told my people” ... "I've just authorized funding for the Special Olympics.”
~the President


fun fact: the President doesn't authorize funding
Forwyn
Member
Thu Mar 28 16:02:39
The Executive submits budget proposals. DeVos' plan would have submitted a proposal with a cut. Trump, according to him, will not submit such a proposal. We'll see how it pans out.

I know, context is hard. A lot of fellow linguists would translate directly, instead of contextually translating into a 90% translation that actually makes sense.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 28 16:03:38
most likely it's Trump having no idea how it works
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 28 16:12:58
regarding his hope of Obamacare being struck down:

"We will take care of preexisting conditions better than they are taken care of now"

guess if he has any basis to make that claim

used car salesman to the core
Rugian
Member
Thu Mar 28 16:38:44
tumbleweed
the wanderer Tue Mar 26 21:59:07
"I'll defend Trump on one thing"

Wow, is TW slowly maturing into a more objective and rational person?

"but I know the idiot child"

...oh.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Mar 28 21:43:29
^I'm tough but fair

------

"It's interesting. Robert Mueller was a god to the Democrats. He was a god to them until he said 'no collusion.' They don't like him so much now."
~oblivious lying hypocrite
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Tue Apr 02 12:52:32
so the mentally unfit & otherwise unfit 'president' had two more idiotic failures in a week

announcing his idiotic 'close the border' idea... roundly criticized, so now he'll pretend his threat worked

announcing the great health plan of the Republicans that doesn't exist, but now is saying won't be voted on til after 2020... kinda like that 10% tax cut


how stupid do you have to be to keep announcing shit before talking to people w/ knowledge?

...and to keep supporting this total lying ignorant moron
CrownRoyal
Member
Tue Apr 02 14:18:51
https//twitter.com/tommyxtopher/status/1113151453554769920?s=19

Donald says his dad was born in germany, not in NY. You know, sometimes I do worry that he is not all there
murder
Member
Tue Apr 02 14:46:35

^ So Trump is not a natural born citizen and is ineligible to be President. ;o)



tumbleweed
the wanderer
Tue Apr 02 15:10:23
corrected link of CR

http://twi...tatus/1113151453554769920?s=19
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Apr 04 11:45:16
Trump's closing of the border is now a one-year warning to Mexico (and the fake health care plan he claims exists won't be revealed til who knows when but won't be voted on til 2021)


now kargen will clearly realize he is unfit to lead as everything he announces is nonsense

literally no one can rely on his word on anything, thus he can no longer be leader... as has been obvious forever

case closed
Rugian
Member
Thu Apr 04 11:56:11
I dont agree with closing the border, but Democrats and the judiciary have conspired to make the migrant crisis all but completely unmanageable from an enforcement standpoint. Trump seems to be struggling with his severely limited options since Congress isn't going to do shit to fix what they broke.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Apr 04 14:58:18
well he's not closing, yet another empty no-preparation plan... it's now a one-year warning and even then it will be car tariffs not closing

back at midterms he also said he would end birthright citizen by EO... which also vaporized

maybe he should 'struggle' in private w/ people w/ knowledge, rather than claim he's doing nonsense plans that never happen
murder
Member
Fri Apr 05 07:02:08

"I dont agree with closing the border, but Democrats and the judiciary have conspired to make the migrant crisis all but completely unmanageable from an enforcement standpoint. Trump seems to be struggling with his severely limited options since Congress isn't going to do shit to fix what they broke."

How about we hire more immigration judges and officials to expedite the process of sifting legitimate/illegitimate asylum claims?

I know that government spending as a solution to problems is a crazy idea, but it might be worth a try, and Democrats would have no reason to oppose it.

Rugian
Member
Fri Apr 05 11:04:03
"I know that government spending as a solution to problems is a crazy idea, but it might be worth a try, and Democrats would have no reason to oppose it."

I seem to recall the president requesting $5 billion for border security recently. How did that go again?

Also, Democrats want to abolish ICE. Pretending that they're at all sane on the issue is folly.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Fri Apr 05 11:10:58
Trump was only denied =wall= money which doesn't stop these hordes of losers requesting asylum, Dems approved plenty of money for border security... and ICE doesn't patrol the border (& very few want to abolish)
Rugian
Member
Fri Apr 05 11:45:33
Tw,

You cant have it both ways. You can have a porous border with enforcement agencies dedicated to post-crossing enforcement, or you can have a secure border. As the border currently stands, ICE is very much part of border security.

"& very few want to abolish"

From Wiki:

"Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a democratic socialist and Democratic primary challenger to Representative Joseph Crowley, made abolishing ICE one of her top campaign issues.[13] In the wake of her unexpected victory on June 26, the position became more widely accepted by progressive politicians, including Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren.[14] The change was particularly strong in Ocasio-Cortez's state of New York, where Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and New York City mayor Bill de Blasio quickly embraced the abolition of ICE after the win.[15]"

"72% of Democrats hold unfavorable view of the agency,"

When multiple presidential contenders are on board with it, you have a problem.

murder
Member
Fri Apr 05 11:48:30

"I seem to recall the president requesting $5 billion for border security recently."

You must be confusing Trump's monument to white nationalism for border security.


"Also, Democrats want to abolish ICE. Pretending that they're at all sane on the issue is folly."

The Democrats are sane on the issue. It's the GOP that has lost its fucking mind. Every single migrant could be set free in the US, and we'd be fine. We've been fine forever allowing migrants in. It's never been a problem until white people started panicking about the color of the population.

Pillz
Member
Fri Apr 05 12:38:15
Wow.
Rugian
Member
Fri Apr 05 12:55:19
"You must be confusing Trump's monument to white nationalism for border security."

You're the one that's confused if you think Trump or the Republicans are the ones who discriminate based on racial identity.

As for the rest of your post, I'd call you absolutely insane except for the fact that such foolish ideas seem to be par for the left. So you're not insane so much as a crowd follower.

Anyway, anyone who says that there is no limit for how many migrants a Western nation can accommodate hasn't been paying attention to Europe.
pillz
Member
Fri Apr 05 13:18:21
But Rugian, interracial rape is at an all-time high!

Success!
Forwyn
Member
Fri Apr 05 13:21:52
> West, specifically US, takes more migrants than anywhere else in world
> "Fucking white nationalists, we can take more"
murder
Member
Fri Apr 05 15:06:39

If only there was clear evidence that Trump's opposition to brown immigrants has nothing to do with illegality ...

http://twitter.com/atrupar/status/1114254013648855040

Sorry, we're full!



murder
Member
Fri Apr 05 15:08:22

"Anyway, anyone who says that there is no limit for how many migrants a Western nation can accommodate hasn't been paying attention to Europe."

Yeah, Europe is in shambles ... that's why they keep coming.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Sat Apr 06 18:03:54
"
Why should I be defending a fraudulent Russian Witch Hunt. It’s about time the perpetrators of this fraud on me and the American People start defending their dishonest and treasonous acts. How and why did this terrible event begin? Never Forget!
"

indeed



he also talked about the visa lottery again... 100% incorrectly again... so acceptable
patom
Member
Mon Apr 08 12:00:57
Trump plays another card to get his wall built:

http://www...l-project-trump-192623246.html

All hail the God/Emperor/King
TJ
Member
Mon Apr 08 12:30:56
Tom:

From your link with no mention of the wall.

"Hudson Tunnels project "remains ineligible for federal funding because local authorities haven’t committed sufficient funds to the project." The spokesperson also asserted that the Hudson Tunnel application “has not provided documentation demonstrating that even 30 percent of the design has been completed.”


What to believe, oh what to believe!

Adding to the wasteland.

tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Apr 08 12:45:47
gone:

-Kirsten Nielson (director of Homeland Security... or as Trump thinks: Mexican Stopper)

-Secret Service director... the guy probably complained about how spies easily move around the unsecurable Mar-A-Lago (aka the Bada Bing)
patom
Member
Mon Apr 08 12:59:07
TJ if you click to continue the story:

Tackling infrastructure woes has become a major priority throughout the country. Trump himself ran for president promising “the biggest and boldest infrastructure investment in American history.”

But in September 2017, after a meeting with local officials about the Gateway project, Trump reportedly told Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) that the tunnel would only happen if Democrats agreed to build the president’s border wall. After Schumer refused, the plan stalled.
smart dude
Member
Mon Apr 08 13:21:43
It is 2019 and retards still think Trump is a good president. I can't even. I mean I understand how cucks like Rugian (who's whiny boo-hoo story is probably arched somewhere) might resort to Trump for mental reasons, but it boggles my mind that he still has support from anyone, even redneck idiots.
smart dude
Member
Mon Apr 08 13:30:12
does anyone have a link to that, btw? When Rugian came to UP like some soyboy cuck with his sob story about somebody "betraying" him and now is suddenly the worlds biggest Trump supporter? Midt have been a brown person cheating on him with his (obviously) trashy girlfriend.




Rugian
Member
Mon Apr 08 13:53:15
Sd:

Not my fault that you cant handle so much winning.
smart dude
Member
Mon Apr 08 23:09:25
Getting cucked is called winning now?
Rugian
Member
Wed Apr 10 08:45:49
Um, no?
Rugian
Member
Wed Apr 10 08:46:21
Anyway, some good advice from GEOTUS:

"During a guided tour of Mount Vernon last April with French president Emmanuel Macron, Trump learned that Washington was one of the major real-estate speculators of his era. So, he couldn’t understand why America’s first president didn’t name his historic Virginia compound or any of the other property he acquired after himself.

“If he was smart, he would’ve put his name on it,” Trump said, according to three sources briefed on the exchange. “You’ve got to put your name on stuff or no one remembers you.”"
Rugian
Member
Wed Apr 10 08:51:56
Oh wait it gets better lol.

"A former history professor with a PhD, Bradburn “was desperately trying to get [Trump] interested in" Washington's house, said a source familiar with the visit, so he spoke in terms Trump understands best — telling the president that Washington was an 18th century real-estate titan who had acquired property throughout Virginia and what would come to be known as Washington, D.C.

Trump asked whether Washington was "really rich," according to a second person familiar with the visit. In fact, Washington was either the wealthiest or among the wealthiest Americans of his time, thanks largely to his mini real estate empire.

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“That is what Trump was really the most excited about,” this person said.

If Trump was impressed with Washington’s real estate instincts, he was less taken by Mount Vernon itself, which the first president personally expanded from a modest one-and-a-half story home into an 11,000 square foot mansion. The rooms, Trump said, were too small, the staircases too narrow, and he even spotted some unevenness in the floorboards, according to four sources briefed on his comments. He could have built the place better, he said, and for less money."

http://www...rnon-george-washington-1264073
patom
Member
Wed Apr 10 10:04:59
Washington has more things named after him than all the Trumps combined. He also has his name mentioned all over hells half acre. Where I grew up there were at least 5 or 6 old inns that had signs saying Washington slept here. There are streets named after him. Of course Trump does have a lot of streets named for him also 'One Way' to be precise.
Of course there may some whore houses named after his Grandfather.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Wed Apr 10 14:06:11
who is this Washington of whom you speak?

i suspect this may be why Trump called people "Tim Apple" & "Marillyn Lockheed"... he just can't understand people heading a company not named after themselves


mental illness
swordtail
Anarchist Prime
Wed Apr 10 17:39:25
oranges
CrownRoyal
Member
Wed Apr 10 17:58:23

“Many Americans don't fare much better than the president when it comes to a knowledge of the basic facts of American history — and one person close to the White House said the president’s supporters aren’t bothered by the fact that he isn’t a history buff.

“His supporters don't care, and if anything they enjoy the fact that the liberal snobs are upset” that he doesn’t know much history, this person said.”

Fuck yeah! Maga
CrownRoyal
Member
Wed Apr 10 18:41:02
http://youtu.be/LVdvd8EHMDo
Rugian
Member
Wed Apr 10 19:47:44
^I am very thankful that no one was on the elevator with me when I opened that.
CrownRoyal
Member
Wed Apr 10 19:57:05
This would have been an amusing anecdote, except no way I believe that you can watch online videos inside an elevator
murder
Member
Wed Apr 10 23:42:55

“You’ve got to put your name on stuff or no one remembers you.”

This may be the greatest moment of his presidency so far. Imagine living in Washington D.C. ... in a house with a direct view of the Washington Monument ... and saying something that fucking stupid.

Wait until someone tries to explain to him that men who are truly admired have shit named for them, rather than by them.


"and one person close to the White House said the president’s supporters aren’t bothered by the fact that he isn’t a history buff."

Yeah, you have to be a real history buff to know that George Washington is on the $1 bill, or that the George Washington Bridge in his hometown is named in his honor.


An ivy league school gave this simp a degree ... but actresses paying to get their kids into college is the scandal.

tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Apr 11 16:58:01
"I think what the Democrats are doing with the Border is TREASONOUS. Their Open Border mindset is putting our Country at risk. Will not let this happen!"
~the most mentally ill unfit person in the nation


apparently 'treason' is his new favorite word... those who started the completely warranted investigation and now Democrats in general
Forwyn
Member
Thu Apr 11 17:15:54
"completely warranted"

lulz
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Apr 11 17:32:38
you feel there was no reason for the investigation?

numerous connections between Russia & the campaign are public

plus it was an investigation in part on just Russia's interference yet Trump was trying to smear it & shut it down from the start
Forwyn
Member
Thu Apr 11 17:46:28
"Smear it" as what, exactly? The fucking sham, invented by Podesta, that it was?

Yeah, the connections are tenuous and obviously not a basis for a collusion case - or we'd have collusion cases. Instead we got fishing for liars and mortgage fraudsters - fine and dandy, but still unrelated to the original justification for investigation.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Apr 11 19:07:30
how do you feel Podesta is relevant?

the origin, we've been told, is Papadopolous knowing about stolen info before it was revealed... the dossier had NOTHING to do w/ it despite the flood of misinformation from the lie-personified prez & his team at Fox News

every investigation that doesn't lead to charges doesn't mean the investigation wasn't warranted

(plus half of the report is on Russian interference which DID happen, with multiple indictments on that topic)
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Apr 11 22:23:58
...but Barr has bought into the idea the investigators need investigating so perhaps we'll see even more details of the completely non-mysterious clearly sensible investigation... and then Fox News shills will twist it to fit their claim of "Biggest scandal of our time - the coup that failed!"

not sure where the coup is... would require 2/3rd of congress to impeach no matter how much criminal activity the investigation found
Forwyn
Member
Fri Apr 12 03:44:27
Podesta pushed the rumor into the mainstream to handwave away his loss. He, alongside retards Feinstein/Schiff, and perjurin' James Clapper, were the first big names to peddle the hoax.

"the origin, we've been told, is Papadopolous knowing about stolen info"

AKA he drunkenly repeated a line fed to him by Mifsud. Discovered early, and untied to virtually anything else of value.

In any case, this was an already-existing CI investigation that was absorbed by the special counsel.

"(plus half of the report is on Russian interference which DID happen, with multiple indictments on that topic)"

Existing investigations into interference are a far cry from special investigations into invented collusion.
murder
Member
Fri Apr 12 06:42:43

"Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing" - Moron Sr



murder
Member
Fri Apr 12 06:44:03

On Jun 3, 2016, at 10:36 AM, Rob Goldstone wrote:

Good morning

Emin just called and asked me to contact you with something very interesting.

The Crown prosecutor of Russia met with his father Aras this morning and in their meeting offered to provide the Trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father.

This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government's support for Mr. Trump - helped along by Aras and Emin.

What do you think is the best way to handle this information and would you be able to speak to Emin about it directly?

I can also send this info to your father via Rhona, but it is ultra sensitive so wanted to send to you first.

Best

Rob Goldstone


============================================




On Jun 3, 2016, at 10:53, Donald Trump Jr. wrote:

Thanks Rob I appreciate that. I am on the road at the moment but perhaps I just speak to Emin first. Seems we have some time and if it's what you say I love it especially later in the summer. Could we do a call first thing next week when I am back?

Best,

Don

murder
Member
Fri Apr 12 06:44:25

Nothing to see here! Move along!

Paramount
Member
Fri Apr 12 10:14:03
if his name is Goldstone... well at least my bell is ringing.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Fri Apr 12 11:11:40
- Trump told Comey to go easy on Flynn
- Trump fired Comey and admitted on TV it was about the Russia investigation (& recall Trump for months/years could not separate Russian interference from Russian collusion... take your pick of what unfit reason why)
-- plus there was a suspicious coordinated effort by the entire WH to lie about the firing (all saying 'it was because of the Rosenstein memo' which was unbelievable on its face, even if Trump had been able to stick to the plan, which of course he was not as he's a totally unfit idiot


there was no choice but to go w/ a special counsel
Forwyn
Member
Fri Apr 12 13:27:55
- Maybe because Flynn's call was not illegal, and like many others, he was simply in trouble for lying about it
- Lulz @ your retarded hero Comey who thinks that electronic surveillance is mutually exclusive with spying. Muh firing!
Forwyn
Member
Fri Apr 12 13:29:48
Possibly my favorite thing to occur in this Presidency is Comey finding out about his firing via news telecast. rofl
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Fri Apr 12 14:21:44
"Maybe because Flynn's call was not illegal"

NOPE... no chance whatsoever Trump understood any legal issues... Trump wants allies let off the hook & opponents to be imprisoned (multiple instances of both), he couldn't care less about laws

tumbleweed
the wanderer
Fri Apr 12 14:48:22
speaking of which... just on CNN: Trump told border patrol chief he'd pardon him if he got in trouble for violating the law (which Trump requested him to do obviously)

if anyone doubts that happened, you aren't paying attention

the mad idiot king
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Apr 15 11:30:11
"
Mueller, and the A.G. based on Mueller findings (and great intelligence), have already ruled No Collusion, No Obstruction. These were crimes committed by Crooked Hillary, the DNC, Dirty Cops and others! INVESTIGATE THE INVESTIGATORS!
"
THEY SPIED ON MY CAMPAIGN (We will never forget)!
"
~deranged unfit lying idiot
Forwyn
Member
Mon Apr 15 15:02:07
“When I hear that kind of language used, it’s concerning because the FBI and the Department of Justice conduct court-ordered electronic surveillance,” he continued. “I have never thought of that as spying.”

~tw's hero
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Apr 15 15:58:37
Comey's correct... note how happy Trump was with the language even making campaign material out of it

'spying' has a nefarious connotation in this context
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Apr 15 16:00:35
"These were crimes committed by Crooked Hillary, the DNC, Dirty Cops and others!"

why is NO ONE backing him up on this? why is it acceptable for him to keep claiming it over and over and over?
Forwyn
Member
Mon Apr 15 16:48:11
"Comey's correct...
'spying' has a nefarious connotation in this context"

ROFL.

You fucking retard.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Apr 15 19:02:03
so you see no one whatsoever using Barr's comments as confirmation there was something illegal going on?

maybe -you- are the fucking retard
Rugian
Member
Mon Apr 15 19:07:07
I'm just thankful that this series has finally come to an end with this thread.
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