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George Papadopolous Pled Guilty to Lying to the FBI in Russia Probe

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posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 02:35 PM
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Again the deflection— requires ignoring everything we’ve learned and everything being reported. Please stop this deflection. Please stop trying to cover up this disgraceful criminal admin.

The writing is all over the wall. Trump’s reactions and Republican support for shutting down this serious investigation adds to the guilt


I don't even remotely support Trump - I think he is a terrible President. But your comments are just off-base. Do you know something the FBI don't? If so, maybe you should have a chat with them. Otherwise, you are just speculating and perhaps projecting, and hoping this will be the case.

I think some of his campaign was involved to some degree with Russia, but I also believe Trump could easily have been oblivious to it all. But as much as I can't stand the guy, I'm willing for the investigation to actually play out, before accusing him of treason, or whatever you are doing.
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posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 02:49 PM
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a reply to: Grambler

Wow really? Sticking with that nothing to see here story huh?
It's all nothing.
The meetings, and the back channels, and the lying, and the hiding, and sneaking, and secrets.

All nothing...

Jesus, when I was naive I wasn't this naive.



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 02:53 PM
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a reply to: TinfoilTP

Look at that teeny weeny tiny hand... that's scale.



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 02:56 PM
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a reply to: fleabit

Podesta Clinton and Democrats in general have been very low-keyed considering these were supposedly bombshell indictments yesterday.

It doesn't take much imagination to figure out why.



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 03:03 PM
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originally posted by: spiritualzombie
a reply to: Vasa Croe

Again the deflection— requires ignoring everything we’ve learned and everything being reported. Please stop this deflection. Please stop trying to cover up this disgraceful criminal admin.

The writing is all over the wall. Trump’s reactions and Republican support for shutting down this serious investigation adds to the guilt.

They did it. Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia. It’s now down to technicalities if it can be proven— but there is enough there to see that’s what happened. It’s time to stop supporting this traitor Trump.


You do realize collusion is only a crime in the context of antitrust laws. Collusion as is falsely applied to trump is not a crime. How many individuals were charged with how many accounts of collusion yesterday. Why? Because it’s not an actual crime.



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 03:07 PM
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"They have thousands of emails on her"


If that is true, then that is proof that her private server was hacked, which she denies, so someone is lying.

It's either Clinton or Papadopolous.

Take your pick.
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posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 03:12 PM
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a reply to: Sillyolme

"Wow really? Sticking with that nothing to see here story huh?
It's all nothing.
The meetings, and the back channels, and the lying, and the hiding, and sneaking, and secrets.

All nothing..."

Great description of Hillary's campaign, couldn't have done better myself!!!!


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posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 03:15 PM
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a reply to: carewemust
Thank you, that works.




posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 03:32 PM
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a reply to: neutronflux

In this theory, they're holding it back for maximum political damage, because they don't have anything damaging on Trump. The longer they can drag this out the worse it is for the trump administration. If they indict six or seven people on monday, the narrative will die down by friday, then they've shot their wad and have nothing to continue manipulating the narrative with.
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posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 04:24 PM
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originally posted by: spiritualzombie
That's really dumb. It's mind boggling how Republicans will support treason for what? For party? For hate against democrats? So the whole system is wrong, the FBI, the NSA, the CIA, all the media, it's all wrong, and Trump, the accused surrounded by foreign agents is the good guy? Wake the f*ck up.



originally posted by: Steak
No it's not all wrong - it's only you that's wrong.


Dude, that's a dumb response. What are you even saying? I think this is what we get when a Trump Supporter is backed into a corner. Basically just turn into blabbering defiant idiot. Shout Obama. Shout Hillary. Close your eyes and pretend reality is something else. Ignore all the press because you don't like what they say. Poor little pathetic snowflake.



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 04:35 PM
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originally posted by: fleabit

Again the deflection— requires ignoring everything we’ve learned and everything being reported. Please stop this deflection. Please stop trying to cover up this disgraceful criminal admin.

The writing is all over the wall. Trump’s reactions and Republican support for shutting down this serious investigation adds to the guilt


I think some of his campaign was involved to some degree with Russia, but I also believe Trump could easily have been oblivious to it all.


If he was innocent he would want to get to the bottom of it. He already attempted to obstruct justice, and he's been too disparaging to be innocent. Innocent people prefer vindication. Trump wants to shut the whole thing down.

Bottom line... He's a Russian puppet who surrounded himself with secret foreign agents connected to a foreign government that ran a complex campaign to disrupt our democracy and sow division. Trump has done what Russia wanted. Trump has surrounded himself with Russian foreign agents, and now he wants to shut down this investigation and attack the media who reports it.

He's guilty. Everyone knows it. Republicans and his supporters are choosing to defend treason.



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 05:00 PM
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Who is this Papadopolous guy anyway?

His earliest mention in the press show someone who doesn't seem to be too memorable or much of a mover/shaker:


Papadopoulos confirmed on Monday that he was an adviser to Trump but declined further comment.

Several people in energy policy circles in London, Washington and New York said they knew nothing of him.

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Almost all his work appears to have revolved around the role of Greece, Cyprus and an Israeli natural gas discovery in the eastern Mediterranean. Yet Jonathan Stern, director of gas research at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, said when asked about Papadopoulos: “He does ring a very faint bell but he’s not written anything very significant on East Mediterranean natural gas and pipelines that I can remember.”

Indeed Papadopoulos has not left much of a paper trail. He has written an oped piece in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz and three articles for Arutz Sheva, an Israeli news site. He has given an interview on another Web site.


WaPo

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George Papadopoulous, a 2009 graduate of DePaul University, has described himself in several lengthy published résumés as an oil and gas consultant and expert in eastern Mediterranean energy policy.

But his claim to have served for several years as a fellow at the Washington-based Hudson Institute was refuted by David Tell, Hudson senior fellow and director of public affairs, who said the institute’s “records indicate that Mr. Papadopoulos started here as an unpaid intern in 2011 and subsequently provided some contractual research assistance to one of our senior fellows.”

Papadopoulos also lists attendance as “U.S. Representative at the 2012 Geneva International Model United Nations.” Two people who were part of the delegation that year, including Antony Papadopoulos (no relation), current secretary general of the Geneva program, said they had no recollection of him being there.


WaPo

This page had been 404'd(kinda wonder why that is), but the Wayback Machine had an archive:


George is currently the director of the Center for International Energy and Natural Resources Law & Security at the London Center of International Law Practice. Before his current role, George worked as the senior policy and economy advisor for a U.S. presidential candidate. His policy experience also expands into the think tank sector. From 2011 to 2015, he worked as a research fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington D.C. His research predominantly focused on the geopolitics and energy security changes of both the Caspian and Eastern Mediterranean and their impact on U.S. strategy. George designed the first ever project in Washington, D.C. think tank history on U.S., Egypt, Greece, Cyprus and Israel relations at a symposium: “Power Shifts in the Eastern Mediterranean: The Emerging Strategic Relationship of Israel, Greece, and Cyprus.” The event was widely covered and has provided U.S. policymakers with an alternative approach to responding to the simultaneous political, security and energy changes in the region.

George has consulted for energy companies operating in the Eastern Mediterranean and Caspian and has written reports on both Israel’s and Cyprus’ upstream natural gas market structure that have been briefed to regulatory authorities. George’s work on the topics has been published and cited in the Washington Times, Jamestown Foundation, Hudson Institute, Jerusalem Post, Natural Gas Europe, Haaretz, Hurriyet, Arutz Sheva and Phileleftheros. He has been awarded by the U.S.
State Department as a finalist to represent the United States at UNESCO in 2011.

He holds degrees from University College London, DePaul University and L’universite Catholique de Louvain.


George Papadopoulos

I wonder if he got to meet the Secretary of State due to being a finalist to represent the United States at UNESCO in 2011?



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 06:48 PM
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a reply to: spiritualzombie

When did he try to obstruct Justice? Trump wants to shutdown an investigation that is a waste of time and tax payers money?

How many millions have the Russians given the Clintons vs Trump.

Could you please define Russian puppet?

When has trump done what the Russians want?

Like give the Russians power over 25 percent of USA uranium production?

Like Obama telling a Russian delegate he will have more room to maneuver?

Do you understand how ridiculous the lefts allegations of Trump collusion is in the context that Bill met with Putin privately, received 100’s of thousands for a Russian speaking engagement, the Clintons received millions from Russians, Obama telling a Russian delegate there would be more working room after the election?



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 10:04 PM
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originally posted by: TinfoilTP
Pappy Dappy Dooo,

He sat in on one meeting during campaigning, his volunteer services ended after that. This is what the Fake News loves, turning nothing burgers into fillet Mignon for their loyal sheeple. This lawbreaker slides right off the Teflon Don no problem.


Slides right off like hot butter on Teflon. Glides right off with zero surface tension. Hovers a mere nanometre above Trump as it passes from one angled plane to another as if it never existed.

Trump may even be the living embodiment of the double slit experiment. He demonstrates the fundamental limitation of the ability of the observer to predict results.

Yeah...slides right off like that.



posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 10:09 PM
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a reply to: neutronflux

He tried to obstruct justice when he fired Comey.

A waste of time and money according to who? The guy being investigated?

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posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 10:15 PM
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originally posted by: Justso
So, a hopeful presidential candidate is not allowed to discuss foreign policy with a foreign government official-even if meetings are disclosed-but the details can't be kept private as it is an election?

And all the other disgustingly dirty politicos for other candidates and their dastardly deeds don't get indicted with plenty of evidence? for decades?

Nah, nothing dirty politics about that-especially with the highly moral Mueller.


The senate and house can meet and not disclose their meetings.
What’s up with that?

They can really be influenced




posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 10:19 PM
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originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: fleabit

Podesta Clinton and Democrats in general have been very low-keyed considering these were supposedly bombshell indictments yesterday.

It doesn't take much imagination to figure out why.


Keeping their heads down.

Has Hillary weighed in on this yet?




posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 10:23 PM
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a reply to: spiritualzombie

Trump firing Comey didn't stop anything in regards to the investigative ability of the FBI.

Comey then leaked enough stuff for a Special Prosecutor to be installed.

And here we are today.
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posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 10:28 PM
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originally posted by: neutronflux
a reply to: spiritualzombie

When did he try to obstruct Justice? Trump wants to shutdown an investigation that is a waste of time and tax payers money?

How many millions have the Russians given the Clintons vs Trump.

Could you please define Russian puppet?

When has trump done what the Russians want?

Like give the Russians power over 25 percent of USA uranium production?

Like Obama telling a Russian delegate he will have more room to maneuver?

Do you understand how ridiculous the lefts allegations of Trump collusion is in the context that Bill met with Putin privately, received 100’s of thousands for a Russian speaking engagement, the Clintons received millions from Russians, Obama telling a Russian delegate there would be more working room after the election?


And getting rid of the missile defense systems in Poland and Ukraine.




posted on Oct, 31 2017 @ 10:40 PM
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originally posted by: Steak

originally posted by: spiritualzombie

originally posted by: Steak

originally posted by: spiritualzombie
a reply to: Vasa Croe

Again the deflection— requires ignoring everything we’ve learned and everything being reported. Please stop this deflection. Please stop trying to cover up this disgraceful criminal admin.

The writing is all over the wall. Trump’s reactions and Republican support for shutting down this serious investigation adds to the guilt.

They did it. Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia. It’s now down to technicalities if it can be proven— but there is enough there to see that’s what happened. It’s time to stop supporting this traitor Trump.


The disgraceful admin was Obama's


That's really dumb. It's mind boggling how Republicans will support treason for what? For party? For hate against democrats? So the whole system is wrong, the FBI, the NSA, the CIA, all the media, it's all wrong, and Trump, the accused surrounded by foreign agents is the good guy? Wake the f*ck up.


No it's not all wrong - it's only you that's wrong.



The time is very near where these leftists will not be able to accuse others of what they are gleefuly guilty of.

Treason against pretty much everything.

And most importantly against their very own selves.

They are clearly colluding with something far more dangerous than they should be...and those things will feast upon them in a manner unseen before.




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