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  1. Unfortunately it's not an original piece. I borrowed it from Twitter...
  2. Somebody has something to hide... Co-founder of firm behind Trump-Russia dossier to plead the Fifth Glenn Simpson, whose Fusion GPS firm has been tied to anti-Trump efforts and pro-Russian lobbying, will not talk to lawmakers in response to a subpoena, the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committe said Friday. Committee chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking member Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., confirmed in a statement that they subpoenaed Simpson to appear before the committee Wednesday as part of a hearing about the influence of foreign lobbying in last year's presidential election. "Simpson’s attorney has asserted that his client will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights in response to the subpoena," Grassley and Feinstein said. During the campaign, Fusion GPS contracted former MI-6 agent Christopher Steele to look into rumors about Trump's financial and social connections in Russia. The resulting "dossier," which was leaked to the media following Trump's victory in November included a number of sordid allegations about the president's sexual proclivities. Last week, Fox News reported that Fusion GPS had ties to Russian efforts to undermine U.S. sanctions that were led by attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya. Investment manager Bill Browder claims Simpson was hired by one of Veselnitskaya's clients, Prevezon Holdings, as part of an effort to repeal the Magnitsky Act, named for Sergei Magnitsky — an attorney for Browder who was beaten to death in a Moscow prison after accusing Russian authorities of stealing hundreds of millions of dollars through tax refunds and then laundering the money through New York banks. Veselnitskaya became the center of a political storm earlier this month after Donald Trump Jr. made public emails indicating that he had taken a meeting with her on the promise of receiving damaging information about Hillary Clinton. Grassley and Feinstein also noted that both Trump Jr., who met with Veselnitskaya in June of last year, and former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, who sat in on the meeting, are negotiating their appearances and the possibility of turning over documents, but left open the possibility that the pair would be subpoenaed. Fusion GPS has said it had nothing to do with the Trump Jr.-Veselnitskaya meeting. “Fusion GPS learned about this meeting from news reports and had no prior knowledge of it. Any claim that Fusion GPS arranged or facilitated this meeting in any way is absolutely false,” the company said in a statement. Manafort had attracted scrutiny for months from congressional committees and Mueller. The Associated Press reported in June that Mueller's probe has incorporated a long-standing federal investigation into Manafort's financial dealings. That investigation is scrutinizing political consulting work he did for a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine and the country's former president, Viktor Yanukovych. Manafort has denied any wrongdoing related to his Ukrainian work, saying through a spokesman that it "was totally open and appropriate." Manafort also recently registered with the Justice Department as a foreign agent for parts of Ukrainian work that occurred in Washington. The filing under the Foreign Agents Registration Act came retroactively, a tacit acknowledgement that he operated in Washington in violation of the federal transparency law. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/07/21/co-founder-firm-behind-trump-russia-dossier-to-plead-fifth.html
  3. So basically the left is forcing Trump's hand to fire the "sleeping" AG Sessions. So that means he can then hire somebody else who can then fire Mueller. And how is this helping the Dems exactly? I think Trump planned this the whole time. He's been trying to get rid of sleeping Sessioms since he recused himself from the Russia stuff. Now he actually has an excuse to fire him without anyone complaining. 4D chess really.
  4. Neymar AND Sanchez to PSG??
  5. Neymar says yes to PSG... PSG : Neymar dit oui à Paris La star brésilienne a annoncé à ses coéquipiers son désir de rejoindre Paris. Les dirigeants du PSG doivent désormais finaliser le montage financier qui leur permettra de payer sa clause de 222 millions d'euros. C’est un jeu de piste dont le grand ordonnateur se nomme désormais Neymar en personne. Depuis quelques jours, l’entourage de l’attaquant brésilien soufflait le chaud et le froid sur un possible transfert de Barcelone à Paris. Mais, depuis vendredi, c’est le joueur lui-même qui s’évertue à semer des petits cailloux sur un chemin qui le rapproche de la France. Comme révélé vendredi après-midi sur Leparisien.fr, Neymar a confié à certains de ses partenaires du FC Barcelone qu’il souhaitait signer au PSG. Ces confidences ne valent pas transfert, mais elles soulignent l’état d’esprit de la star de 25 ans. https://www.google.ca/amp/m.leparisien.fr/amp/sports/football/psg/psg-neymar-dit-oui-a-paris-21-07-2017-7149609.php
  6. Alexis Sanchez agrees personal terms with PSG, starting bid is $50M...
  7. No it's when Neera Tanden and the rest of Hillary's cronies start tweeting about mass demonstrations that get the psychos out on the streets. Not to mention the Hollywood nut jobs who go on social media and talk about assassinating the President and blowing up the White House. Of course George Soros is always in the background cutting cheques to pay these people to go out on the streets and commit violence. He is the ring leader really.
  8. LOL he was quoting Neera Tanden, one of Hillary's cronies. Do you know how to read a twitter feed? And your comment on peaceful protesting is quite hilarious. Here is the left peacefully protesting after Trump gets elected.... Nuckin_Futz, drinking the koolaid one day at a time. Maybe Harvey should get you something real to drink, like a nice Italian Chianti...
  9. There’s yet another route the president could take, Neal Katyal, a professor of national security law at Georgetown University, wrote in a piece for the Washington Post on May 19: “Trump could order the special-counsel regulations repealed and then fire Mueller himself.” Katyal said he would know, because back in 1999, he was tapped by then-Attorney General Janet Reno to head an internal working group on the issue of special counsel — and he helped write the regulations now being cited by Rosenstein. “The rules provide only so much protection: Congress, Trump and the Justice Department still have the power to stymie (or even terminate) Mueller’s inquiry,” Katyal wrote. http://www.factcheck.org/2017/06/can-trump-fire-mueller/
  10. Good luck with that. Didn't Obama already cut back billions from the defense budget and still came up with Obamacare, which is not single payer? If California says it will cost $400 billion per year for single payer in one state how much do you think it will cost throughout the country? It will be in the trillions.
  11. The President has the power to fire Mueller at any time. He just hasn't done it yet. His lawyers are probably advising him to wait until Mueller steps out of bounds, i.e. starts investigating things outside of his mandate. I'm assuming once Mueller starts actively investigating Trump's businesses that is when Trump will pull the trigger. Also, why would Trump need to pardon anyone when nobody has even been charged with a crime? This whole thing is going to end up with a Scooter Libby situation, whereby somebody commits perjury and goes to jail for it. Somebody has to take the fall for all of this waste of taxpayer dollars. My money is on Paul Manafort. He will either perjure himself or something will come up from 10 years ago that they can nail him for. That's my bet.
  12. So Mark Fuhrman, after stealing OJ's blood, proceeded to plant it at the crime scene, in OJ's driveway, in OJ's white Bronco, in OJ's home. Okay. He must have been the one who planted the bloody glove behind OJ's house as well, you know the one that was an exact match to the one that was found at the crime scene. And he must have stolen Nicole's blood as well because that was found inside OJ's house as well. And what about those size 12 Bruno Magli shoes, the ones that matched perfectly with the footprints left by the killer at the crime scene? Fuhrman must have stolen those shoes and planted those footprints as well... Sorry, I watched the trial for 9 months and there was never as much circumstantial evidence against an alleged murderer than there was against OJ in the history of US murder cases. We all know the reason he got off. Yes it was all legit, he was found not guilty by a jury of his peers, blah blah blah. But if anyone actually thinks he was innocent then they need psychriatric help.