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BREAKING NEWS: Trump directed Cohen To Lie To Congress About The Moscow Tower Project

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posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 09:14 PM
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originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: UKTruth

Now, the top CNN news at 10:00pm features Chris Cuomo and Don Lamon talking about President Trump being a racist, because of something he said about Martin Luther King. Apparently the network's Buzzfeed lovefest never happened.

Anti-USA Terrorist CNN, needs to be punished.



They're like a couple of brain-damaged dogs spotting orange squirrels.




posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 09:19 PM
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Used to be mod way back when..............

Way back when the presentation of obviously false reports were delt with very quickly and all associated postings were !@#$ canned rather quickly - I see four or five separate posting based on obviously false information still up and running - Hello!

I know you guys can do better....................................................................

How many posters have to link to specific data to get this hoaxed?



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 09:22 PM
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posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 09:27 PM
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edit on 1/18/2019 by carewemust because: Too many hombres on ATS...severe latency.



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 09:27 PM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: Willtell

roflol Cohen lying because it was his own idea 😎


What is Cohen going to reveal on February 7th, when he testifies before Congress, in open-session.

Congressman Elijah "bulldog" Cummings says to expect info leading to Trump's impeachment!



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:05 PM
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originally posted by: More1ThanAny1
a reply to: chr0naut

I am not talking about all billionaires, I am talking about criminal billionaires.

Aren't people suggesting Trump is some type of hardcore criminal, openly working for the Russians while POTUS? That would make him a billionaire crime boss. You'd think Trump would know how to use his money to hide his criminal activity if he is slick enough to work for Russians while being POTUS.

This is all ridiculous anyway. We all know the entire Russian accusation was invented by Trump's opponents in order to open a door to start "legal" investigations. Once the door was opened, those investigations looked for anything they can use to hurt Trump no matter if it was Russian related or not.

Again, that is how big league lawyers play ball. They get in on a false accusation (A), and while they are legally in they look for any and all contradictions, misspeaks, or data points that are not 100% accurate even if they are not related (B). They build a case that you are guilty of (A) because you once did something guilty people do (B).

They tried that with Justice Kavanaugh. They falsely accused him of sexual assault (A), then during legal proceedings they tried to catch him in any lie they could find, for example, his answers on how often he drank beer, and if he ever blacked out while drinking (B). For a moment they tried to catch him in a lie about (B) to somehow make him look guilty of (A).

It's a type of "relevance fallacy", and it's dangerous.


Why would you be so sure that Trump is innocent of the accusations?

Nothing so far has exonerated him.



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:11 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: More1ThanAny1
a reply to: chr0naut

I am not talking about all billionaires, I am talking about criminal billionaires.

Aren't people suggesting Trump is some type of hardcore criminal, openly working for the Russians while POTUS? That would make him a billionaire crime boss. You'd think Trump would know how to use his money to hide his criminal activity if he is slick enough to work for Russians while being POTUS.

This is all ridiculous anyway. We all know the entire Russian accusation was invented by Trump's opponents in order to open a door to start "legal" investigations. Once the door was opened, those investigations looked for anything they can use to hurt Trump no matter if it was Russian related or not.

Again, that is how big league lawyers play ball. They get in on a false accusation (A), and while they are legally in they look for any and all contradictions, misspeaks, or data points that are not 100% accurate even if they are not related (B). They build a case that you are guilty of (A) because you once did something guilty people do (B).

They tried that with Justice Kavanaugh. They falsely accused him of sexual assault (A), then during legal proceedings they tried to catch him in any lie they could find, for example, his answers on how often he drank beer, and if he ever blacked out while drinking (B). For a moment they tried to catch him in a lie about (B) to somehow make him look guilty of (A).

It's a type of "relevance fallacy", and it's dangerous.


Why would you be so sure that Trump is innocent of the accusations?

Nothing so far has exonerated him.


You # goats. Guilty until proven innocent. Oh, and you need to exonerate yourself with 90% of the media working 24/7 against you. Best of luck.

Wonderful precedent, that.
edit on 18 1 19 by face23785 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:25 PM
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originally posted by: face23785

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: More1ThanAny1
a reply to: chr0naut

I am not talking about all billionaires, I am talking about criminal billionaires.

Aren't people suggesting Trump is some type of hardcore criminal, openly working for the Russians while POTUS? That would make him a billionaire crime boss. You'd think Trump would know how to use his money to hide his criminal activity if he is slick enough to work for Russians while being POTUS.

This is all ridiculous anyway. We all know the entire Russian accusation was invented by Trump's opponents in order to open a door to start "legal" investigations. Once the door was opened, those investigations looked for anything they can use to hurt Trump no matter if it was Russian related or not.

Again, that is how big league lawyers play ball. They get in on a false accusation (A), and while they are legally in they look for any and all contradictions, misspeaks, or data points that are not 100% accurate even if they are not related (B). They build a case that you are guilty of (A) because you once did something guilty people do (B).

They tried that with Justice Kavanaugh. They falsely accused him of sexual assault (A), then during legal proceedings they tried to catch him in any lie they could find, for example, his answers on how often he drank beer, and if he ever blacked out while drinking (B). For a moment they tried to catch him in a lie about (B) to somehow make him look guilty of (A).

It's a type of "relevance fallacy", and it's dangerous.


Why would you be so sure that Trump is innocent of the accusations?

Nothing so far has exonerated him.


You # goats. Guilty until proven innocent. Oh, and you need to exonerate yourself with 90% of the media working 24/7 against you. Best of luck.

Wonderful precedent, that.


Trump exists by PR.

Surely if Trump were to demolish at least one accusation (instead of deflecting) we might be given pause to wonder about the truth of the others.



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:27 PM
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Don't worry folks Willtell will have a commentary tomorrow on the Mueller's office statement.

Ill put it in its proper perspective and explain what THE REAL DEAL IS

Tune in Tomorrow

Ill just add... here is a statement from Buzzfeed



WASHINGTON (AP) – BuzzFeed says it stands by its reporting but is “working to determine what exactly” special counsel Robert Mueller’s office is disputing about its story on President Donald Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen.


Have no fear they'll get Trump and in the end this will give Mueller more credibility in the public's eyes when he comes down on the criminal Trump enterprises



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:28 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: face23785

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: More1ThanAny1
a reply to: chr0naut

I am not talking about all billionaires, I am talking about criminal billionaires.

Aren't people suggesting Trump is some type of hardcore criminal, openly working for the Russians while POTUS? That would make him a billionaire crime boss. You'd think Trump would know how to use his money to hide his criminal activity if he is slick enough to work for Russians while being POTUS.

This is all ridiculous anyway. We all know the entire Russian accusation was invented by Trump's opponents in order to open a door to start "legal" investigations. Once the door was opened, those investigations looked for anything they can use to hurt Trump no matter if it was Russian related or not.

Again, that is how big league lawyers play ball. They get in on a false accusation (A), and while they are legally in they look for any and all contradictions, misspeaks, or data points that are not 100% accurate even if they are not related (B). They build a case that you are guilty of (A) because you once did something guilty people do (B).

They tried that with Justice Kavanaugh. They falsely accused him of sexual assault (A), then during legal proceedings they tried to catch him in any lie they could find, for example, his answers on how often he drank beer, and if he ever blacked out while drinking (B). For a moment they tried to catch him in a lie about (B) to somehow make him look guilty of (A).

It's a type of "relevance fallacy", and it's dangerous.


Why would you be so sure that Trump is innocent of the accusations?

Nothing so far has exonerated him.


You # goats. Guilty until proven innocent. Oh, and you need to exonerate yourself with 90% of the media working 24/7 against you. Best of luck.

Wonderful precedent, that.


Trump exists by PR.

Surely if Trump were to demolish at least one accusation (instead of deflecting) we might be given pause to wonder about the truth of the others.

He has "demolished" accusations by not being convicted of them. That's kinda how it works in the legal system.



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:32 PM
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a reply to: Willtell

Utt Oh , We Be Trouble Now.............)







posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:35 PM
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originally posted by: Willtell
Don't worry folks Willtell will have a commentary tomorrow on the Mueller's office statement.

Ill put it in its proper perspective and explain what THE REAL DEAL IS

Tune in Tomorrow

Ill just add... here is a statement from Buzzfeed



WASHINGTON (AP) – BuzzFeed says it stands by its reporting but is “working to determine what exactly” special counsel Robert Mueller’s office is disputing about its story on President Donald Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen.


Have no fear they'll get Trump and in the end this will give Mueller more credibility in the public's eyes when he comes down on the criminal Trump enterprises

We already know about Buzzfeeds delusional statements.

No thanks on the commentary, you've done enough perpetuating fake news, good job WillTell, good job.



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:36 PM
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a reply to: Willtell

Hey bro, as you work on your "commentary", why don't you sing along:

MAGA 2020!



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:41 PM
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a reply to: Willtell

bwaaaahahahaha

buzzfeed's own dossier



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:57 PM
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originally posted by: UKTruth

originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: UKTruth

Now, the top CNN news at 10:00pm features Chris Cuomo and Don Lamon talking about President Trump being a racist, because of something he said about Martin Luther King. Apparently the network's Buzzfeed lovefest never happened.

Anti-USA Terrorist CNN, needs to be punished.



There does need to be action taken against CNN, but it has to be legal.


The reporters and media outlet need to be punished.
The 2 "anonymous law enforcement sources" need to be outed and punished.



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:58 PM
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originally posted by: Willtell
Don't worry folks Willtell will have a commentary tomorrow on the Mueller's office statement.

Ill put it in its proper perspective and explain what THE REAL DEAL IS

Tune in Tomorrow

Ill just add... here is a statement from Buzzfeed



WASHINGTON (AP) – BuzzFeed says it stands by its reporting but is “working to determine what exactly” special counsel Robert Mueller’s office is disputing about its story on President Donald Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen.


Have no fear they'll get Trump and in the end this will give Mueller more credibility in the public's eyes when he comes down on the criminal Trump enterprises


Were you twisting your mustache as you posted that?

It all would have worked if not for those darn kids....
Shakes fist in the air.....

At least you have the stones to own up to it.
For that I tip my cap will.



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 10:58 PM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: Willtell

bwaaaahahahaha

buzzfeed's own dossier






Those Nasty Stains are Still there . Maybe Another Wash , or just throw in the Towel to ?



posted on Jan, 18 2019 @ 11:47 PM
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originally posted by: carewemust

originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: Willtell

roflol Cohen lying because it was his own idea 😎


What is Cohen going to reveal on February 7th, when he testifies before Congress, in open-session.

Congressman Elijah "bulldog" Cummings says to expect info leading to Trump's impeachment!





posted on Jan, 19 2019 @ 12:33 AM
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originally posted by: sine.nomine

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: face23785

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: More1ThanAny1
a reply to: chr0naut

I am not talking about all billionaires, I am talking about criminal billionaires.

Aren't people suggesting Trump is some type of hardcore criminal, openly working for the Russians while POTUS? That would make him a billionaire crime boss. You'd think Trump would know how to use his money to hide his criminal activity if he is slick enough to work for Russians while being POTUS.

This is all ridiculous anyway. We all know the entire Russian accusation was invented by Trump's opponents in order to open a door to start "legal" investigations. Once the door was opened, those investigations looked for anything they can use to hurt Trump no matter if it was Russian related or not.

Again, that is how big league lawyers play ball. They get in on a false accusation (A), and while they are legally in they look for any and all contradictions, misspeaks, or data points that are not 100% accurate even if they are not related (B). They build a case that you are guilty of (A) because you once did something guilty people do (B).

They tried that with Justice Kavanaugh. They falsely accused him of sexual assault (A), then during legal proceedings they tried to catch him in any lie they could find, for example, his answers on how often he drank beer, and if he ever blacked out while drinking (B). For a moment they tried to catch him in a lie about (B) to somehow make him look guilty of (A).

It's a type of "relevance fallacy", and it's dangerous.


Why would you be so sure that Trump is innocent of the accusations?

Nothing so far has exonerated him.


You # goats. Guilty until proven innocent. Oh, and you need to exonerate yourself with 90% of the media working 24/7 against you. Best of luck.

Wonderful precedent, that.


Trump exists by PR.

Surely if Trump were to demolish at least one accusation (instead of deflecting) we might be given pause to wonder about the truth of the others.

He has "demolished" accusations by not being convicted of them. That's kinda how it works in the legal system.


No, all the same accusations still stand. Stormie Daniels, the Steele Document, the direction of Cohen to perjure himself, the lot.

For example, if Trump could produce proof that he could not have been present at certain fairly obscene events, or that he really had no interest in Trump tower Moscow and had shut down all attempts to get a deal during his candidacy, then we could discount those things.

But, in the case of the Trump Tower Moscow, first he denies it, then he says oh yeah, it did happen but everyone knew about it. If everyone knew, why did he try and deny it? Wouldn't it be really stupid to try and deny something that "everyone" knew?



posted on Jan, 19 2019 @ 12:39 AM
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a reply to: chr0naut


Cant prove a negative.




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