Coming death of this Russian Collusion conspiracy


#92

No, he’s allowed to meet with Russians. That’s fine. It’s all the lying about it from the Trump admin that raised questions.


#93

The Mueller report is not coming out tomorrow. A version of the report edited by Trump’s hand-picked Attorney General is going to be released. As alway with Trump supporters, facts are just an inconvenience to be brushed aside on the way to pre-ordained conclusions.

MAGA: Make America Gullible Again!


#94

Doesn’t sound like the post of someone attempting to participate in a political discussion forum in good faith.

Someone asked a question in good faith, and the response was “you’re too unreasonable to understand.”

In other words, you are making it personal and using an insult to dodge answering the question. That’s not good faith posting.


#95

By golly…you nailed it!


#96

My understanding is that the redacted Mueller report that will be released tomorrow may run to up to 400 pages. How long does it take to thoughtfully read 400 pages? Depends on the author, of course, as well as the reader.

But would it make sense to assume an average pace of 50 pages an hour and declare a moratorium on announcing conclusions for a span of at least eight hours so people asserting conclusions actually know what they are talking about?

Anything faster suggests that the poster’s mind was made up in advance of the data.


#97

Trump never told the Russians to hack into Queens emails. Stop listening to fake media.

He said in July 2016

“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’ll be able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” he said, referring to deleted emails from the private account Hillary Clinton used as secretary of State. “I think you’ll probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”


#98

Oooh more conspiracies.

Now libs saying Barr is covering up for Trump. Is that what Rachel Maddow is telling you all?


#99

The Vegas line on the number of pages that are partially or fully redacted is at 225.

Would anyone take the under?


#100

Info from Grand jury will be redacted…it’s the laws that libs implemented after Starr report.

So any restrictions on that blame democrats…after all they would be following the rules that they set forth.

Oh wait…that’s right. Democrats have two sets of standards/laws/regulations. One for them…and one for everyone elese.


#101

Exactly, but at least it’s also nice. :wink:


#102

I thought I actually did hear something about Barr being “in on it” as well. :thinking:


#103

Well we know you don’t actually know what your talking about.


#104

The question wasn’t made in good faith and my response was appropriate. If you feel I’ve crossed some line, please feel free to bring it up with the mods.


#105

You are certainly welcome to your opinion.


#106

The Democrats/“libs” didn’t control Congress back during the late 1990s.


#107

Its not opinion its fact, you could of course prove us wrong but you won’t.


#108

Sure it was. You just don’t want to answer, for obvious reasons.

No thanks, I’m glad to call out the lack of good faith responses directly when I see them. There was nothing to flag. But there was a lack of good faith to call out, so I did, and I will continue to do so.


#109

The question was disingenuous. I responded in kind. There was never any actual interest in cue’s regarding Trump. The poster knows it and I know it. :roll_eyes:


#110

Well, literally, he expressed a hope, not a request. So the most you can say is, taken literally, he had a hope of what they might find. Also, he didn’t literally say what they should do with those emails if they found them, did he? If you insist on taking him literally, you need to stick to that.


#111

Knowing nothing about me, I’m somewhat baffled by your claim that you know for a fact I don’t know what I’m talking about.

But then again, I don’t doubt for one second that LIBs honestly do believe they alone have all of the facts.