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Without evidence, Trump claims documents confirm misconduct

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posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 12:49 AM

originally posted by: dasman888

originally posted by: CigaretteByrnes

originally posted by: shooterbrody

originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: shooterbrody

And? Page was already off the trump team by then. Do you realize that?
Do you realize that this in no way supports the claim that they targeted trump and his campaign. It's all stupid conspiracy theory that does the president no favors in using because it just makes him sound stupid to the general public.

So then how will you explain all the "unmasking" that went on from the former administration? Where was the authorization for our government to spy on those american citizens unmasked?
It appears to me the former administration used Page as the doorway to get into the campaign communications and monitor such, "in the name of national security".
It is an updated version of watergate, except the break in was not physical but electronic.

This unmasking # is so petty and shallow you should be embarassed.
I couldnt believe it was a thing the first time, and am blown away at learning it's a thing again today.

Your brain is poisoned by Trumpism. Gross. Be Best!

Amazing how illiterate some Americans are about the Rule of Law, and abuse of power.

In the 1960's, these same shenanigans would have landed people in the slammer, and been the scandal of the century.

In the mid 1970's, the Church committee was probably the most earth shattering scandalous thing divulged in public in American history... and serious restrictions were placed upon the Intel Community, especially the CIA.

Matching the crimes and scandals of the past, with the generational wisdom of Americans illuminates gaping holes of ignorance in much of America.

That's one of the reasons regressive left journalists leap over to "Hitler/Nazis" so readily... because they are utterly ignorant about what that ACTUALLY means.

There is a large quiet faction of older Americans that you can be certain, are pretty offended by media, leftists and such casual use of the blame game ala the rise of fascism in Europe in the late 20's into the 30's and start of the war.

The left's claims of equal capacity for all and oppression and ill gotten goods as the only explanation for differences in outcomes was the basis for the hatred and extermination of the jews in germany and the grand theft and massacres of the soviet union, and the ideas of communism which contradict reality. Communist ideology has infiltrated all levels of one the parties in the world's most powerful nation, it has also infected all of academia, creating a communist mass production engine.

Actions such as using the deepstate and MSM to attempt to swing and election and failing that attempting to overthrow an elected president, are just a taste of the madness that is rising in their blood. They're radicalizing more and more, going to the far far left and beyond. If they hold power again who knows what atrocities they may commit.

posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 08:17 AM
a reply to: Kharron

Actually, the AP lied to you. See, it only takes a single instance of misleading the judge to confirm misconduct and there were multiple. For one, this is misleading and a lie:

The FBI Speculates that that the identified U.S person [Simpson] was likely looking for information that could be used to discredit Candidate #1’s [Trump’s] campaig

See, the FBI knew, not speculates, that simpson was hired by fusion GPS via the clinton campaign to write this dossier. They were trying to give legitimacy to simpson while also trying to CYA. The problem is, when you're trying to CYA you often mislead and in this case, misleading is illegal (which is.......... MISCONDUCT).

But in case that's not enough, the FISA warrant says of carter page:

[He] has been collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government.

This is also a lie. He was working with the FBI.Do you think the FBI wasn't aware he was working with them, yet was acutely aware that he was working with the russian government? Well if you said 'yes' too bad. Even the FBI didn't think that was the case because here they are later in the warrant:

the FBI believes Page has been the subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian government.

Wait a minute, he was just accused of working with the russians and now the excuse is that the russians are trying to recruit him????? Even the FBI can't keep their story straight within their own warrant application. Now ask yourself why that is.

There is further misinformation in the second example in the form that they never disclose page's involvement with the FBI in helping inform on the russians. That is a material fact and highly relevant to their accusing him of being a russian spy, is it not? Lies of omission are also punishable offenses on warrant applications. So yet more misconduct. Next time, don't just guzzle down the garbage AP feeds you, read, think, question.
edit on 24-7-2018 by Dfairlite because: (no reason given)

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