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Nunes: Fine, the FBI Didn’t Lie, But Its Font Was Too Small

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posted on Feb, 6 2018 @ 11:41 AM
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originally posted by: theantediluvian
What is actually relevant is what they got from Steele that was put into the FISA warrant app, how it was used, what steps were taken to vet *that specific information* and what part of the totality of evidence in the FISA warrant app it represented.


I'll tell you something, that's all good and detailed work, worthy of a good look into, but, it's a waste of time replying to someone who doesn't want to know, and who throws out something that is just rubbish for the ra ra boys hiding in the wings.
What isn't rubbish is, if nothing else, one...or two of the biggest things that Trump has done, that simply screams, ' I am a traitor to the USA',
The cries to the American people about Russia’s hacking of the-emails and the praise of Putin himself, almost never ending.
That should be enough to more than raise the eyebrows of any intel service...anywhere, and the real question then is why was/is he doing that?
Is he consorting with a sanctioned enemy, or was he compromised...perhaps a longtime ago, both scenarios demand an answer, or perhaps both questions ended up the same thing...he became compromised, because that's exactly what the FSB do, same as the KGB or Directive S did, and one thing is sure...while we tend to laugh at the 'salacious' bit, it is of no less part of the MO of the FSB, than anything else. Steele himself sees that aspect as just as important as any evidence of money laundering, which is much harder to resolve, but is one of the main ways that FSB can get operational money into the US..fairly easily in fact. Real estate, multi transfers, offshore shells within shells.
Meuller will be digging for that, and it will centre around all the players in the Trump admin.
In the meantime we have this memo this, memo that, charade playing out, and it is all just bullshiite.

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posted on Feb, 6 2018 @ 02:27 PM
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a reply to: Southern Guardian


Then where did the evidence come from to investigate Trump for a second time?

By this point, Trump had already been cleared by one FBI investigation. So where's this evidence come from?



posted on Feb, 6 2018 @ 02:49 PM
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originally posted by: JBurns
a reply to: Southern Guardian


Then where did the evidence come from to investigate Trump for a second time?

By this point, Trump had already been cleared by one FBI investigation. So where's this evidence come from?


Ask a policeman.



posted on Feb, 6 2018 @ 03:10 PM
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this


What isn't rubbish is, if nothing else, one...or two of the biggest things that Trump has done, that simply screams, ' I am a traitor to the USA', The cries to the American people about Russia’s hacking of the-emails and the praise of Putin himself, almost never ending. That should be enough to more than raise the eyebrows of any intel service...anywhere, and the real question then is why was/is he doing that? Is he consorting with a sanctioned enemy, or was he compromised.

then this



Ask a policeman.

from the same poster is awesome!

just ask a policeman.....



posted on Feb, 6 2018 @ 09:17 PM
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a reply to: smurfy

So Obama should have been under investigation?
Obama Praises Putin, 2009

He also praised putin in 2012, 13, and 15. Further, it was under his watch that putin did the hacking and he did nothing, he "told putin to knock it off, ok".



posted on Feb, 6 2018 @ 10:04 PM
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a reply to: Sillyolme


There is no such thing as guilt by association.

You aren't criminally liable until you commit an act in violation of an existing statute. This isn't Communist North Korea or Socialist Venezuela. We don't imprison six generations of friends and family of someone accused of a crime (none of those individuals have been convicted or even charged with any form of espionage)

House of cards
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posted on Feb, 6 2018 @ 10:07 PM
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a reply to: Dfairlite


It is amazing some would even discuss "praising such and such" in the context of a court of law and a criminal investigation. The standards some would sink to.

Merely praising, associating with, visiting, meeting, having secret meetings with or any other non-criminal activity does not warrant an investigation let alone criminal charges. Absolutely mind boggling.

I sincerely hope nobody is hinging their belief in Trump's guilt on something as pathetic as him praising Putin/Russia or having associates who visit that country or whatever else.

They need to either get a hobby or get back to us when they have something that actually meets one of these very specific definitions:

www.law.cornell.edu...

Otherwise, they are grasping a straws and frankly pulling laws out of their behind. And that just isn't how things work in this country


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posted on Feb, 6 2018 @ 10:17 PM
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a reply to: Sillyolme








As you'll note, "collusion" isn't a real crime nor is associating with Russians or praising Putin

Oh, and as you'll see, neither is "being Donald Trump" or "beating Hillary Clinton"





What exactly are your very specific allegations against Trump, again?

I hope nobody is hinging their credibility on a bunch of totally unproven things that aren't even illegal in the first place....
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posted on Feb, 7 2018 @ 12:11 AM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody

originally posted by: luthier
a reply to: shooterbrody

Do you know that campaigns strategize about national security policy before going into office?

No?

Or just flailing around.

lol
try as hard as you like, that was not what you represented
a campaign meeting is not a "national security" meeting
you are ridiculous attempting to hold others to standards you clearly cant meet

Are you for real?

This is a photo from Trump's crew showing Papadopoulos in (what Trump's team calls) a National Security meeting with Donald Trump:

originally posted by: luthier


Then you twist words to defame the very patient person who gave you the sources you asked for - even with a photo?

This would be the thing that totally disproves what Nunes claimed in his Fox News interview - that Papadopoulos never met Trump.
edit on 0Wed, 07 Feb 2018 00:20:26 -0600America/ChicagovAmerica/Chicago2 by Greven because: Papadopoulos, not Carter Page



posted on Feb, 7 2018 @ 09:17 AM
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originally posted by: JBurns



As you'll note, "collusion" isn't a real crime nor is associating with Russians or praising Putin


It is,
Government publishing office.

§ 102–38.50 What must we do when an
executive agency suspects violations
of 40 U.S.C. 559, fraud, bribery,
or criminal collusion in connection
with the disposal of personal
property?
If an executive agency suspects violations
of 40 U.S.C. 559, fraud, bribery, or
criminal collusion in connection with
the disposal of personal property, the
agency must—
(a) Refer the violations to the Inspector
General of your agency and/or the
Attorney General.

Ahhh, I'll post the link for you too...difficult to find don't you know.


www.gpo.gov...
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posted on Feb, 7 2018 @ 01:31 PM
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With the release of the less redacted Grassley/Graham memo yesterday, the dem’s weak argument that there was a footnote that the source was political has been completely destroyed. Steele was NOT the source of the dossier, he was the one who put the “info” together and gave to the FBI. His sources were Russians and hillary’s Friend via the State department. All 4 FISA applications were PRIMARILY made up of the dossier, which was never verified according to the newest memo. How trustworthy Steele is or isn’t is IRRELEVANT. He isn’t the source. That he lied about speaking to the media, who paid him, his disdain for Trump and his need to make sure Trump wasn’t elected all speaks to motive for putting his name on such crazy nonsense. That the FBI, DOJ, Obama WH, and State department dressed up his dossier and used it to LIE to the court over and over again despite KNOWING they were doing so without verifying ANYTHING shows how absolutely corrupt they truly are and how sure that they were never going to be found out. a reply to: Southern Guardian




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