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originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: cherokeetroy
I wish the people who interview Devin Nunes on Fox News had followed these FISA-SPYGATE things as well as many of us have followed them.
That's one of the first questions I would ask Devin Nunes, if I had the chance...."Why would criminal referrals in March 2019, mean more to the DOJ than criminal referrals sent in April 2018?"
originally posted by: pheonix358
a reply to: ucanthandlethetruth
It would seem from this that getting Hillary elected would have been in Russia's best interest to continue gathering Western secret technology.
originally posted by: scraedtosleep
a reply to: crankyoldman
Unfortunately what we also found out is that the russians DID interfere in our elections.
Makes this bitter/sweet.
The Obama administration received multiple warnings from national security officials between 2014 and 2016 that the Kremlin was ramping up its intelligence operations and building disinformation networks it could use to disrupt the U.S. political system, according to more than half a dozen current and former officials.......
U.S. intelligence and law enforcement officials worked frantically to compile retaliatory options for the Obama White House. Despite being presented with several strategies — including more aggressively tailing Russian diplomats in the U.S. — it opted to do nothing immediately.
Columbus Nova: A Family Office For A Russian Billionaire Owned By Americans
According to old press releases and securities filings, Columbus Nova was founded in 2000 as “the U.S.-based affiliate of the Renova Group,” Vekselberg’s holding company. SEC filings also show that Columbus Nova and Renova U.S. Management are primarily owned by Andrew Intrater, a 56-year-old U.S. citizen who is Columbus Nova’s CEO and Vekselberg’s cousin.
Medvedev and Vekselberg had worked together to build the Skolkovo Foundation, a technology and innovation center meant to help grow Russia’s cyber industry that Vekselberg now cochairs.
By 2012 the vice president of the Skolkovo Foundation, Conor Lenihan—who had previously partnered with the Clinton Foundation—recorded that Skolkovo had assembled 28 Russian, American and European “Key Partners.” Of the 28 “partners,” 17, or 60%, have made financial commitments to the Clinton Foundation, totaling tens of millions of dollars, or sponsored speeches by Bill Clinton.
Even if it could be proven that these tens of millions of dollars in Clinton Foundation donations by Skolkovo’s key partners played no role in the Clinton State Department’s missing or ignoring obvious red flags about the Russian enterprise, the perception would still be problematic.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: crankyoldman
cranky, my gut told me to checks for anagrams on the CAPS in that POTUS tweet:
Answers from substrings of that include =
•Korean peace agreement
•Patronage in ancient Rome
•Corporate tax in America
•Great American Cookie Co.
•Emporia (ancient Greece)
originally posted by: queenofswords
Now I'm wondering just what the LAST RESORT really is.
Mar 18 2019
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: ebfcff No.5760306 📁
Mar 18 2019 18:24:09 (EST)
[MUELLER] REPORT DELAY?
PANIC IN DC?
THE REAL PANIC COMES IN THE FORM OF A LAST RESORT.
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: queenofswords
This may seem far out but, Drop 3028. The last resort may be the assassination of a high ranking D...Feeling I've had for a while. AOC, NP, CS Because you know the right is just full of crazies. BIG things are at stake...no ones safe