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    Thumbs down Podesta Group admits to pro-Putin work [DNC-Russian collusion]

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    In paperwork inadvertently submitted to the DOJ, the Podesta Group admitted working for pro-Russians ("European Centre for a Modern Ukraine") between 2012 and 2014 onwards.

    The Podesta Group was paid by the [Russian] think tank -- $1 million and $720,000 between 2012 and 2014, respectively. The Podesta Group benefited from a foreign government (Russia) and is run by Clinton ally Tony Podesta.

    On behalf of the [Russian sponsored] center, the Podesta Group lobbied with Hillary Clinton's State Department and the office of former Vice President Joe Biden. Tony Podesta bundled for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

    The Podesta Group was required to register as a foreign agent, in compliance with the Foreign Agents Registration Act, but it did not.
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    How do you say 'whoops' in Russian? Podesta Group retroactively files more DOJ disclosures for pro-Putin work
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    So we can expect to see Sessions appoint a Special Prosecutor to investigate, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kizmet View Post
    So we can expect to see Sessions appoint a Special Prosecutor to investigate, right?
    There's already more evidence than there is of Trump-Russia collusion.

    Speaking of which, what's happened to that "story"? You couldn't turn on a TV set not long ago without being bombarded with Trump-Russia stories, and it seems to have completely vanished.

    Gee....I wonder why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kizmet View Post
    So we can expect to see Sessions appoint a Special Prosecutor to investigate, right?
    The DNC witch-hunt will not connect President Donald J. Trump with Russians. It will backfire and will point back to DNC collisions with Russians. That has been obvious from the beginning, but the DNC is so blinded by confidence, Marxist monies, hatred and rage that they are unable to see an elephant standing in the room. Socialist DNC planners will eventually figure it out, but only when it's too late for a quick recovery. DNC socialists are still enamored by the forced alt.eft script of the MSM. Unenlightened RINOs are also in the DNC mix and they will be find themselves un-electable (eventually).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    There's already more evidence than there is of Trump-Russia collusion.
    that's actually less than what Manafort and Flynn already admitted. Manafort in particular is a long-time lobbyist for Russia-affiliated interests; how it is you appear not to know that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Speaking of which, what's happened to that "story"? You couldn't turn on a TV set not long ago without being bombarded with Trump-Russia stories, and it seems to have completely vanished.

    Gee....I wonder why?
    Oops: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/28/u...lix-sater.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanislav View Post
    that's actually less than what Manafort and Flynn already admitted. Manafort in particular is a long-time lobbyist for Russia-affiliated interests; how it is you appear not to know that?
    Oh, whoa!!!!! Wait a second!!!! Giving you that point for the sake of this debate (not that I believe it), the narrative was always 100% TRUMP-Russia collusion. Impeach 45!!!!

    Why the sudden abandonment of the Trump angle?

    Because the house of cards is tumbling down.

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    Oops: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/28/u...lix-sater.html

    The fact that Presidential candidate still associated with that small-time shyster Sater speaks volumes; incidentally, also about his business acumen.
    The NYT keeping the faith with a silly non-story. Did they run out of quality stories like about how many scoops of ice cream the President gets at dinner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Oh, whoa!!!!! Wait a second!!!! Giving you that point for the sake of this debate (not that I believe it), the narrative was always 100% TRUMP-Russia collusion. Impeach 45!!!!

    Why the sudden abandonment of the Trump angle?

    Because the house of cards is tumbling down.
    Don't believe what, exactly? I've seen the name "Manafort" for a decade before the campaign even started. While Ukrainian thugocrats did hire Dem-affiliated PR firms at times, it was Manafort who was the close advisor to Yanukovich, Firtash, and the rest of them. It wasn't a secret, either: the Party of Thieves was quite proud to employ an "American political technologist", especially one that's by their standards high profile. It does not freakin' need "belief"; it's a fact.



    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    The NYT keeping the faith with a silly non-story. Did they run out of quality stories like about how many scoops of ice cream the President gets at dinner?
    To summarize: a silly non-story is that Trump tried to make a deal to build a Trump tower in Moscow (and he explicitly denied pursuing any deals in Russia, multiple times); that he was dealing through a career criminal he tries to publicly distance from, for years; and said criminal was talking about getting Putin personally involved. A deal involved the very same family of a Kremlin-connected billionaire (and former Communist Party of the USSR functionary whose Don Jr. friend son was married into a family of one of the top KGB leaders in Soviet times; a family that rules the nation of Azerbaijan since at least early 1980ies) that brokered Don Jr. meeting to get dirt on Hillary. Move along, folks, nothing to see here.
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