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originally posted by: Kharron
a reply to: shawmanfromny
You do get this man volunteered to be there and answer any questions that he legally can? You understand people on ATS were cheering his decision to testify and were saying it would be the end of FBI, just a week or two ago?
And now you're ripping into him and think his face looks untrustworthy?
It's almost as if you didn't understand he was there of his own will, and you thought he was subpoenaed and is trying to avoid questions. Almost.
originally posted by: xuenchen
Democrats totally losing it 😃
originally posted by: shawmanfromny
I mean really, does this guy look trustworthy to you?
originally posted by: matafuchs
a reply to: Allaroundyou
Yes...I billed 8000.00 worth of services, worked with my kids on an art project for a local school calendar, did 30 minutes of Batting practice with my middle son and worked on throwing a change-up for fall ball. Oh, and I also made sure the poor feral cat that lives on our property in the woods had food for her so she can feed her kittens...oh, and watched some You Tube videos on video cards for my new gaming build.
...WHILE I was posting to ATSNN...
what did you do?
If the agency had been trying to harm Mr. Trump’s campaign, agents could have released damaging information on pro-Trump Russian interference before Election Day — and they did not.
The investigators certainly had a lot they could have spilled. “In the summer of 2016, I was one of a handful of people who knew the details of Russian election interference and its possible connections with members of the Trump campaign,” Mr. Strzok said. “This information had the potential to derail, and quite possibly, defeat Mr. Trump. But the thought of exposing that information never crossed my mind.”