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Politics / Re: Trump's fraudulent foundation fined and shuttered
« on: December 11, 2019, 12:20:56 PM »
whose foundation continues to operate legally

And has done lots and lots of good works and has never benefited the Clintons personally. Not one nickel has gone to the Clintons.

But that's a fact and Shit Hook doesn't want to hear facts. He wants to lie and smear.

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In The News / Re: Horowitz...a deep state drone
« on: December 11, 2019, 12:19:16 PM »
Yes, it does.  But not what the right wing conspiracists we’re predicting.

That doesn't matter.

Notice that Orange Hitler was not extorting Zelinsky to start an investigation. Orange Hitler was extorting Zelinsky to announce an investigation.

Orange Hitler thought he was going to smear Joe Biden the way he smeared Hillary Clinton with the phony email scandal, the way he smeared Barack Obama with birtherism, and the way he tried to smear with the phony Uranium One.

The "scandals" don't have to be real. They never are because Orange Hitler is a liar and his cult followers, like Shit Hook, are liars too. All Orange Hitler wants to do is work his moronic base, like Shit Hook.

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In The News / Re: Horowitz...a deep state drone
« on: December 11, 2019, 11:41:28 AM »
It took an amazingly long time for the right wing kooks to be given their talking points in how to try to discredit this report that they had previously had so much confidence in.

Doug, what difference does it make? Everything Caroline says is a lie. She lied about everything in the past, she is lying about everything in the present, and she will lie all the time in the future.

A lie then, a lie now, a lie in the future: it's all just a pack of lies. That is what Caroline is.

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Impeachment of Donald J Trump / Re: GOP deserves to die
« on: December 05, 2019, 06:08:34 PM »
I have tried to respect Turley, but I have never found any good reason to respect him. Yesterday he was gaslighting us. I am especially offended by his lame attempt to qualify himself with his "I didn't vote for Orange Hitler," and the other things that are supposed to make us think he's neutral.

Turley is an attention whore.

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If one is going to investigate corruption, does one announce the investigation?

Not usually.

His "defense" makes no sense whatsoever. Of course it's a lie. Orange Hitler is a pathological liar.

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General Discussion / Re: Understanding President Trump
« on: December 04, 2019, 03:50:15 PM »
It doesn’t follow from your article that she is “partly correct”, “mostly correct”, or correct in any way at all.  An article talking about how they group patients to better conduct clinical trials in no way supports an idea that there is some secret cure for any cancers that is being withheld from the public.  That is a crazy idea.

Nothing follows from them, Doug. They are fascists. Fascism is subversive. Fascism always ends badly and their iteration of this perverse ideology will be no different.

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General Discussion / Re: Understanding President Trump
« on: December 04, 2019, 03:49:02 PM »
‘GOP’ now stands for ‘Gang of Putin’

Of all the changes that have occurred in our politics since the rise of Donald Trump, the most gut-wrenching for me personally is to see the Republican Party transformed into the Kremlin’s “useful idiots.” As a young refugee from the Soviet Union growing up in Southern California in the 1980s, I was attracted to the GOP because it was the party of moral clarity — the party willing to stand up to the “evil empire.” How far we have come — in the wrong direction.

Today, we have a Republican president who, while reluctantly acceding to sanctions against Russia, incessantly praises its dictator, Vladimir Putin (“a terrific person”); tries to bring Putin back to the Group of Seven; conceals the details of their meetings; undermines Ukraine, a victim of Russian aggression, by harping on its corruption while ignoring Russia’s own kleptocracy; allows the Russians to take possession of U.S. bases in Syria; and propagates Russian propaganda blaming Ukraine for 2016 election interference. Trump is joined in spreading Russian disinformation by his secretary of state and other supporters, such as Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) and Sen. John Neely Kennedy (R-La.), even though the U.S. intelligence community has exposed claims of Ukrainian election interference as a “fictional narrative.”

Fox News host Tucker Carlson, one of the biggest stars on the president’s favorite television network and an informal adviser to the president, goes even further in expressing his admiration for Russia. Last week, he said: “Why do I care what is going on in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia?! And I’m serious. Why do I care? Why shouldn’t I root for Russia? Which I am.” Carlson claimed to be joking. But then this week, he said: “We should probably take the side of Russia if we have to choose between Russia and Ukraine. That’s my view.”

How did we get to the point where a “conservative” TV star openly sides with an anti-American dictatorship over a pro-American democracy? Most, but not all, of the blame lies with Trump. His affinity for Russia is as deep as it is mysterious. Has he been compromised by Russian intelligence? Is he financially dependent on Russian business partners? Or does he simply admire the way that Putin has destroyed Russian democracy? We still don’t know, because special counsel Robert S. Mueller III did not release any findings from the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation.

But while Trump’s motives remain murky, his admiration for Russia has been clear from the start. Almost exactly four years ago — on Dec. 18, 2015 — Trump was asked by MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough about Putin’s habit of killing journalists and invading neighboring countries. Trump defended Putin as “a leader, unlike what we have in this country,” and said, “Our country does plenty of killing, too, Joe.”

Republicans knew this but nominated Trump anyway. Then, during the summer of 2016, came the Russian hack of the Democratic National Committee, a social media blitz, and other actions designed to change the outcome of the U.S. election. Trump made full use of the stolen DNC emails and he invited Russian intelligence to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails, too (“Russia, if you’re listening”). He also hired a campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, who had a long history of corrupt dealings with Russian oligarchs, and gutted the language concerning Russia in the Republican platform.

The Republican Party could not have cared less. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) refused to join the Obama administration in condemning Russia’s attack on our election. The GOP thus became complicit in Russian election interference.

In for a kopek, in for a ruble: The Republicans continued defending Trump even after it emerged that he had tried to build a Trump Tower in Moscow while running for president and that members of his campaign’s high command had met with Russian emissaries promising dirt on Clinton. Republicans were not even fazed when Trump fired FBI Director James B. Comey in May 2017 to stop the investigation of “this Russia thing,” or when in July 2018 he was utterly supine before Putin in Helsinki.

While Republicans are primarily motivated by Trump toadyism, there is also an element of ideological affinity for Russia. While all Republicans were staunchly opposed to the “godless” Soviet regime, some of them admire Putin’s fascist regime, which combines crony capitalism with ultra-nationalism. Putin has marketed himself to credulous conservatives as a champion of Christianity, traditional values and the white race. As my Post colleague Christian Caryl noted, this propaganda has no basis in fact: To take but two examples, Russia has much stricter gun control laws than the United States and a much higher rate of abortion. But Republican Russophilia is so strong that a Russian agent had no difficulty in infiltrating the National Rifle Association. A high-level NRA delegation visited Moscow in 2015 and a group of Republican lawmakers visited Moscow on the Fourth of July 2018.

The percentage of Republicans who view Russia as an ally has nearly doubled since Trump took office. The party’s transformation into a Russian lickspittle makes me sick; “GOP” might as well stand for “Gang of Putin.”

That so many Republicans are just fine with it is yet another sign of how a once-grand party has lost its way. By turning into apologists and advocates for a Russian dictator, the Republican Party has become all that it once despised.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/12/04/republicans-have-become-party-russia-this-makes-me-sick/

"As a young refugee from the Soviet Union growing up in Southern California in the 1980s, I was attracted to the GOP because it was the party of moral clarity."

The author's mistake was falling for that lie in the first place. They were never "the party of moral clarity," at least not in 100 years. They have always been the party of lies and smears, willing to do whatever it takes to seize power and enact their always unpopular agenda.

Remember when we used to talk of Leo Strauss, and his idea of "the noble lie?" The ends justified the means and they never believed otherwise. And when you confront any of them on their long list of lies and smears they never, ever express anything even close to remorse.

The problem with accepting lies is that you become unconstrained by fact and the truth, and there is no morality in that.

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The Media / Re: Nadler and friends 1998 on impeachment
« on: December 04, 2019, 12:23:48 PM »
HILARIOUS! PATHETIC! There is no secret, and there is no possible reason for you to keep it a secret. I explained it clear as day for everyone, and you are looking guilty as sin. Your filthy, disgusting Ismael rant backs up my claim big time. It's too late. The cat's out of of the bag. You still won't explain how you learned my name, but I did. You're looking extremely guilty here, but you're too stupid to understand that.

It's Shit Hook.

No one gives a rat's ass about Shit Hook. He is nothing. He is nobody. He has nothing to say. He has no mind of his own. He is a liar and a loser. He is filth.

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Impeachment of Donald J Trump / GOP deserves to die
« on: December 04, 2019, 10:16:20 AM »
Bill Clinton lied in a civil deposition, in a case that had nothing whatsoever to do with his official duties and in a case that was deemed to be frivolous about a matter that was deemed to be irrelevant. Then he was impeached straight across party lines. I don't think anyone ever condoned Bill Clinton's behavior. It was wrong but it had nothing whatsoever to do with his official duties and it came after a brutally partisan attempt to smear the man. I give "the Elves," like Ann Coulter, some credit. Ken Starr is atrocious. I don't see how he shows his face after producing a third rate porn piece for no reason pertaining to his appointment.

By contrast Orange Hitler has obstructed justice at least 10 times. Each one of those obstructions are, in and of itself, is a serious crime for which people are currently serving years in prison. But that is not all. He also conspired with Cohen, who now is rotting in prison. He was found to have colluded with Russia, but that is not a crime. There are more crimes that Orange Hitler has committed.

But now we have another set of facts, which are no longer in dispute. Keep in mind that Orange Hitler has repeatedly lied about these facts and has further obstructed the Congressional investigation. Each one of those obstructions is also a crime. Nixon's impeachment was based on much, much less. But there is no doubt now that Orange Hitler extorted and bribed Zelinsky. He converted hundreds of millions of our tax dollars to his personal use, in an effort to advance his own interests not ours.

The law is not partisan. The defense of Orange Hitler is nothing but partisan.

Bill Kristol tweeted yesterday that the GOP deserves to not survive this corruption, in which every single Republican is complicit.

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Yes, and he still has not explained why he is fixated on gay people and Islam. He won't let up on bashing them, not even on Thanksgiving. I also asked him who said to "do unto others as you would have them do unto you" and "love they neighbor."  He routinely violates both ideas.

Yeah, they're "brave," behind their anonymous user names.

Typical bullies. They're really cowards. You know that.

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Ridiculous in this day and age of fiber optics and speech recognition software. You're out of it.  ::)

Mornac is a stupid man, like the of rest of them. He uses his religion to compensate. For him his recidivist Catholicism is perch from which he can condescend and feel that even with his limited intelligence he is better than everyone else.

He gets a particular thrill from talking in circles and then gaslighting.

These people are scum.

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Yep, so you may as well be talking to yourself.  8)

I do talk at them. Not with the, at them, and I have nothing good to say about any one of them.

They are trash.  8)

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Politics / Re: Lying: the only "conservative" value
« on: December 01, 2019, 06:10:37 PM »
Ha! The first thing you do when visiting Newsrake is look for Mayhem's posts to see what he wrote, following him around like a little puppy dog and adding nothing to discussion but insults. Time to get a life.

Yeah right. Like Shit Hook would ever have a life. Ha! Good one.

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Politics / Re: Speaking Truth to Orange Hitler Cult Followers
« on: December 01, 2019, 06:09:01 PM »
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Poor Shit Hook so desperate for my attention that he resorts to giving me bad karma.

Boo hoo Shit Hook.

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It has nothing to do with facts or issues.

Which is why I cut them all off. They are intellectually and morally bankrupt. They have nothing to say and remain impervious to reason.

Crush them.

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