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Election 2020 / Re: Bad News for Far left cantidates
« on: November 11, 2019, 04:29:49 PM »
well now we're finding out that there were voting 'irregularities' which means FRAUD in the Virginia elections.

Test run for next year.

Looks like the government in Virginia has gone to the Dark Side anyway.  :(

In The News / Re: U.S. Citizen told to leave gets acid in his face
« on: November 09, 2019, 07:49:21 AM »
You've never debunked anything. I can post your goofs here but it would take all day. Honda is a Japanese car maker. Mornac knows that. It is a Japanese company with headquarters in Japan. The Ceos are in Tokyo. Nihongo wa!  The parts are imported. They are not made here. The concept of an assembly plant here in the U.S. and the parent company being headquartered in Tokyo is so difficult for you to grasp, but it's always that way with you.

Wrong again, Bozo!!

Honda has several manufacturing plants in the US. These plants employ AMERICAN workers.

Note: These are manufacturing plants, NOT assembly plants.

The Trump Administration / Re: Time to show us your taxes, crook
« on: November 08, 2019, 05:07:08 PM »
Your figuring is as good as your guessing, holly.  :-*

So, quit beating around the bush and answer my question!!

Fired Ambassador to Ukraine May Have Perjured Herself To Conceal Colluding with Dems Before Impeachment Hearing
By C. Douglas Golden
Published November 8, 2019 at 8:47am

The report, published late Thursday, said Yovanovitch “communicated via her personal email account with a Democratic congressional staffer concerning a ‘quite delicate’ and ‘time-sensitive’ matter — just two days after the whistleblower complaint that kickstarted the inquiry was filed, and a month before the complaint became public.”

The reason this is important: In her testimony, Yovanovitch responded to a question from Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York by saying she’d never had contact with the staffer, Laura Carey.

Yovanovitch, who was fired by President Trump allegedly because she wouldn’t go along with his Ukraine policy, told Zeldin during her testimony that she had received an email from the staffer but had never responded to it.

So, even though Fox News “is told it is a breach of normal procedure for congressional staff to reach out to a current State Department employee at their personal email address for official business,” Carey mailed it anyway, apropos of nothing.

Yovanovitch said the email was a communication “from the Foreign Affairs Committee,” and “they wanted me to come in and talk about, I guess, the circumstances of my departure.”

“I alerted the State Department,” she said, “because I’m still an employee, and so, matters are generally handled through the State Department.

“So, she emailed me. I alerted the State Department and, you know, asked them to handle the correspondence. And, she emailed me again and said, you know, ‘Who should I be in touch with?'”

End of story, right? Not exactly. Tucker Carlson of Fox News managed to get ahold of the email in which Carey talks about the “delicate/time sensitive” issues.

“I’d appreciate the chance to ground-truth a few pieces of information with you, some of which are delicate/time sensitive and thus, we want to make sure we get them right,” Carey wrote.

Here’s the important part: Yovanovitch had responded to the email in question, telling Carey she “would love to reconnect and look forward to chatting with you.”

“Could you let me know if you have any time this week or next to connect? Happy to come to a place of your choosing, or if easier, to speak by phone at either of the numbers below. I’m also around this weekend if meeting up over coffee works,” Carey responded on Aug. 15.

“Thanks for reaching out — and congratulations on your new job. I would love to reconnect and look forward to chatting with you. I have let EUR [Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs] know that you are interested in talking and they will be in touch with you shortly,” Yovanovitch said the same day.

Carey, Aug. 19: “Great — thanks for the response and I look forward to hearing from them. As mentioned, it would be ideal to connect this week… assuming this week is doable for you schedule-wise?”

Zeldin was not happy with the revelation.

“I would highly suspect that this Democratic staffer’s work was connected in some way to the whistleblower’s effort, which has evolved into this impeachment charade,” he told Fox News.

“We do know that the whistleblower was in contact with [House Intelligence Committee Chairman] Adam Schiff’s team before the whistleblower had even hired an attorney or filed a whistleblower complaint even though Schiff had lied to the public originally claiming that there was no contact,” Zeldin said. “Additionally, while the contents of the email from this staffer to Ambassador Yovanovitch clearly state what the conversation would be regarding, Yovanovitch, when I asked her specifically what the staffer was looking to speak about, did not provide these details.”

It’s unclear whether Yovanovitch perjured herself. This could just be a case where she forgot about the email thread.

That said, all it took was a question from Zeldin, and Yovanovitch misled congressional investigators.

This also wouldn’t be so major if there wasn’t the subtext that Yovanovitch was working with Democrats in the run-up to impeachment and her testimony. Given that what she had to say was billed as “blockbuster” stuff, you would have thought she would have been more careful in the weeks leading up to her testimony. The timing and the misleading answer — whether it was done intentionally or not — give the impression that she was colluding with the Democrats on this.

Will this be prosecuted? Unlikely.

Should it be prosecuted? Absolutely.


DOJ To Release Report on ‘Russiagate’ — Indictments Could Be Coming
Editorial Staff -
November 6, 2019

Major developments in the “Russiagate” issue could spell big trouble and forthcoming criminal indictments for the ‘elite’ in the Obama Administration officials.

Michael Horowitz, the Department of Justice Inspector General sent in a letter to the House and Senate leaders on October 24th. The letter noted that he would soon release the long-awaited report on possible abuses of the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act under Obama-era officials. This could mean indictments are about to be issued.
More from Epoch Times:

He also said that he expected the report would be released to the public with “few redactions.”

Horowitz’s investigation began in early 2018, after lawmakers and former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions questioned whether the FBI had misled the FISA court when it sought to surveil Carter Page, a former Trump campaign volunteer, in 2016 in relation to the “Russia collusion” probe.

The collusion probe was proved to be a hoax after the exhaustive nearly two-year investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller.

Partially redacted versions of the FBI’s FISA warrant application to surveil Page revealed that the FBI relied on the largely discredited dossier written by British ex-spy Christopher Steele, while working for Fusion GPS, a research company that had been hired and paid by the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee (DNC) to dig up dirt on Trump. The FBI apparently hid from the FISA court that the Clinton campaign and DNC had ordered and paid for the Fusion GPS report, and therefore, indirectly, the dossier itself.

Worse, the FBI apparently vouched for the dossier’s allegations surrounding Page, even though the FBI had already verified that Steele’s allegations concerning Page were false.

Impeachment of Donald J Trump / Re: Coup has started said Leaker's Attorney
« on: November 08, 2019, 04:56:43 PM »
Democrats Printed Name of Suspected Whistleblower, Released to Public Without Realizing

When House Democrats, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, first launched the current impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, it was based solely on a complaint filed by a so-called “whistleblower” over the content of a phone call between Trump and the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky.

Since that time, Democrats and their media allies have gone to great lengths to keep the identity of the whistleblower a secret — including threatening legal retribution for any who out that person — even as the suspected name and details of the individual have been floating around social media for several weeks now.

It would appear, however, that Democrats on Schiff’s committee have proceeded to reveal the identity of the suspected whistleblower themselves in a recently released transcript of testimony, proving they are either ridiculously incompetent or that everyone has focused in on the wrong guy.

On page 236 of the transcript for the deposition of Ambassador William Taylor that took place on Oct. 22, during some back-and-forth discussion about the whistleblower with a questioner by the name of Castor, the suspected name of that individual — Eric Ciaramella — was mentioned and was not redacted, as Schiff had previously vowed to do if the person’s name was uttered.

The questioner asked, “Okay. Does a person by the name of Eric Ciaramella ring a bell for you?” Taylor replied, “It doesn’t.”

“So, to your knowledge, you never had any communications with somebody by that name?” Castor pressed. Taylor said, “Correct.”

As noted in a tweet from Turning Point USA’s Chief Creative Officer Benny Johnson, there are two simple explanations for the inclusion of Ciaramella’s name in the transcript in unredacted form.

Either Ciaramella really isn’t the whistleblower who sparked the entire impeachment charade with a hearsay-based complaint about a phone call, or Democrat staffers on the committee screwed up “big time” and overlooked the name of the very person they are trying to protect.

That means the Democrats and their staffers on the Intelligence Committee are either incredibly incompetent — which really wouldn’t be a surprise — or a lot of independent journalists and online sleuths have been very, very wrong in their research-based presumptions this whole time about the identity of the whistleblower.

It was just about a week ago that Paul Sperry of RealClearInvestigations laid out in a lengthy article how the identity of Ciaramella as the whistleblower was essentially an “open secret” among Washington D.C., a remarkable occurrence given how much leaking typically occurs inside the Beltway.

Ciaramella also reportedly has close connections to former CIA Director John Brennan — a suspected figurehead of the anti-Trump resistance — as well as a former Democratic operative in Ukraine named Alexandra Chalupa, who is suspected of being involved in alleged Ukrainian interference on behalf of Democrats in the 2016 election.
Ciaramella is a registered Democrat who is a CIA analyst that was assigned to the National Security Council in the White House in the latter years of the Obama administration. He held-over into the first few months of the Trump administration but was reportedly sent packing back to the CIA after being suspected of leaking to the media, according to Sperry.

He reportedly had close ties to former Vice President Joe Biden during the time Biden took the lead on Ukraine policy, given that he was a purported “expert” on Russia and Ukraine, which makes all of the hoopla over Trump’s remarks to the Ukrainian president about Biden’s alleged corruption all the more suspicious.

On top of that, Ciaramella is reportedly close friends with two other Obama holdovers in the NSC who’ve since been recruited to join Schiff’s staff on the committee, one of whom — Sean Misko — was hired by Schiff in August right around the same time that the “whistleblower” met with Schiff’s staff prior to formally filing his complaint, Real Clear Investigations reported.

Those are just a few of several signs that point to Ciaramella being the purported whistleblower, and Sperry made clear in his article that just about everyone in D.C. — from the media to politicians to staffers — is already well-aware of his identity.

If Ciaramella really is the whistleblower, we can only wonder if Schiff will follow through on his vow to punish anybody who outed him — given that the person would be somebody on his own staff or committee. If not, we can all just go back to waiting around until some other name is put forward as the suspected whistleblower, because that individual can’t stay hidden forever.

In The News / Re: U.S. Citizen told to leave gets acid in his face
« on: November 08, 2019, 04:51:34 PM »
He never admits to any screwup. Just like when he touted rising oil prices as a positive Trump accomplishmnet with his "Hey Dalib!" bullshit.  He titled his thread Trump Recovery Update. Then in the same thread, he announces he's buying a Japanese car, doing the exact opposite of what Trump wants his tarriffs to do! Seriously, the guy is a moron.  ::)

First of all, the car Mornac bought was made in the USA. I had already debunked your "tariff theory" a long time ago when you are using another of your sock puppet names. 

For sake of argument........FBI stats 2018 weapons used in the Liberals will be going after hand guns, other types not stated  ??? , knives, hands, fist and feet!  ;D

What they seem to neglect to realize that confiscating the AR-15's and the AK-47's is only the beginning. When they get those, it will only be a matter of time before they will go after all of them.   :(

Of course, if Moronac and Holly had a family member killed at Sandyhook, they'd be singing a different tune.

Did YOU have a family member shot at Sandy Hook?

If the number of assault rifles in this country were halved, would mass shootings decrease, increase, or stay the same?

You seem to be ignorant to the fact that not all mass shootings involve AK-47's or AR-15's.   :o

The Trump Administration / Re: Time to show us your taxes, crook
« on: November 07, 2019, 05:26:43 PM »
;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Holly there is absolutely no point in having a conversation with you. If you believe that Trump divested himself of all his past foreign 'investments' then nothing anyone says going to make you think otherwise.  :-*

In other words you have no idea whatsoever.

That's what I figured.

It’s fine that they had that weapon and she was able to use it successfully, but the fact is that she could have done the same thing with another semiautomatic rifle.

And guess what?? Mr. Beto, "Hell ya we're going after your AR-15's and your AK-47's", O'Rourke has backed out of the race!!  ;D

The Trump Administration / Re: Time to show us your taxes, crook
« on: November 07, 2019, 09:51:44 AM »

In your "infinite wisdom" ::), you missed the actual question:

BEFORE Donald Trump became President?? Why would a private citizen's investments have affect on foreign policy in any way shape or form??

The Trump Administration / Re: Time to show us your taxes, crook
« on: November 07, 2019, 09:48:58 AM »
When was the last time you correctly guessed something on here, holly?  ;D ;D ;D

I have correctly guess that you are a smarmy hater who has the mistaken idea that his twisted opinion actually means something.  ;)

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