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originally posted by: IAMTAT
Natalia Veselnitskaya was allowed to enter the US from Russia...without a figgin visa.
Let that sink in.
Without this permission by the Obama administration, Veselnitskaya would never have been able to meet with DJT Jr.
This adds even more fuel to the growing fire for those beginning to suspect that the Trump Jr. meeting was an intricately-planned operation to attempt to implicate the Trump campaign with the Russia collusion narrative.
originally posted by: JoshuaCox
a reply to: IAMTAT
This is horse crap, but just for the sake of argument.. obama personally let in the Russian agent..
What does that have to do with the fact trumps son was trying to make a deal with the Russian government to leak US government documents???
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.
I love it
Even conspiring to subvert the government doesn't rise to the level of treason.
You know, under our Constitution, Americans are permitted to speak against the government, undermine political opponents, support harmful policies, even place the interests of another nation ahead of those of the U.S.
he would consider any effort by the Obama White House to challenge the Russians publicly an act of partisan politics
originally posted by: burntheships
a reply to: Greven
At this time in the election year, Obama was aware
that Russia was actively following and probing the election.
If you want to blame his inaction on Republicans? Why, he was
too weak to do anything? The record shows he butted heads
against acting on the information. Even the FBI director
And his own party have said as much.
Sorry, doesn't fly.
he should have stood up to Republicans
Today, the White House argues that sanctions are the only way of punishing Russia over Ukraine. Two years ago, by contrast, the administration tried to stop the Magnitsky Act — named after the dead lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky — in its tracks for fears that it would derail its efforts to "reset" relations with Moscow. The tortured history of the legislation underscores the administration’s conflicting impulses when it comes to Russia and its ongoing struggle to decide if Russia is a rival asserting its power or an adversary actively seeking a confrontation with the West.
originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
This is all too mind-boggling to keep up with. Utterly fascinating.