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originally posted by: Jonjonj
originally posted by: Ahabstar
So should we send grief counselors to DC before the memo drops and place a few on suicide watch? Compassionate responsibility and all that, you know.
Perhaps paid for with that slush fund thingy.
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: Sublimecraft
I hope the memo is released today.
It might trigger the release of the FISA warrant.
It certainly has triggered the opponents of the memo.
Get your teeth into this humdinger then - it'll keep you nourished until the feast arrives......
originally posted by: Painterz
Oh come on, even if you're the biggest Trump fan in the world, how can anybody else be guilty of politicising this memo other than Trump and senior Republicans?
If not for them we wouldn't even know this memo existed.
They've been using this memo since day one to try and discredit the entire FBI and the judicial process.
originally posted by: six67seven
But still... I wish I had more availability to keep tabs on everything going on right now.
Crazy stuff man!
originally posted by: Nikola014
a reply to: DBCowboy
I don't think it was Obama as an individual, but rather Obama as a puppet in the position of power.
Think about it.
A specific group tried to influence the US elections through the mainstream media, created and pushed the fake narrative against a presidential nominee, basically campaigned for Hillary, and now it seems they used the government agencies as well to accomplish their goal! After their goal of electing yet another president had failed, what do they do? They try their hardest to destabilize the president of the United States with their fake narrative.
Deep state people. Watch out
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
OK - today HAS to be the day - some serious sh!t is going down.
THIS JUST IN.........
HARRISBURG — Marcel Groen, chairman of the state Democratic Party, has resigned at the request of Gov. Tom Wolf, he said in a letter released Friday morning. Mr. Groen was criticized after an Inquirer/Daily News story questioning his response to sexual harassment allegations involving Democrats in the state. "I have always believed that the Commonwealth’s Chief Executive should have final say on whom the Chairman of the Party should be," Groen wrote. "The Governor's staff informed me that he no longer wants me to serve as Chairman of the Party." Mr. Groen wrote that he disagrees with Wolf's assessment and does not want to be a distraction to the party as the election and redistricting efforts unfold. Mr. Groen said he believed some of his comments in the story were taken out of context or inaccurate but he accepts responsibility for them. "They were certainly in artful and in hindsight were not offered with the level of clarity I would have liked." Mr. Groen' predecessor as state party chair, Allegheny County attorney Jim Burn, said, "It's always unfortunate when something like this happens, especially ahead of a critically important election cycle. Pennsylvania will make or break the Democrats this year. What's allowed us to win is the grassroots, but they need to know there's a steady hand at the wheel." Mr. Burn also noted that he stepped down as chair amid a controversy stemming from the fact that Mr. Wolf wanted Mr. Groen installed as chair in the first place. During his own tenure, Mr. Burn said, "We were successful because the party functioned independently. In a state the size of Pennsylvania, it's critical to have continuity, and that depends on having the committee make its own decisions about leadership."