Nah, announce it during the funeral.
Where's the petition to remove Netflix from existence? I'll sign that one.
You still care, just only about things that actually matter. That's not a bad thing.
So he admits the local (Democrat) governments are mostly to blame for law enforcement issues in their communities. Nice.
And I guess the eight years he had as president just wasn't quite long enough for him to address any of these issues?
Hopefully the only action he is calling for soon is for someone to break him out of Gitmo...
Agreed. I posted a similar theory the other day. What got me thinking that was reading the edited Flynn 302. Kislyak texted Flynn asking Flynn to call him. Why didn't he just call Flynn? Then I read an article from Sundance about the possibility of a pen register on Flynn and it all made sense. Pen registers only capture outgoing calls. Kislyak needed Flynn to be the outgoing side of the call.
I think the whole reason for the sanctions and expulsions wasn't to get Kislyak to make the call... They already knew he would do that. The reason was to set up a narrative about Flynn violating the Logan act by participating in the call.
I guarantee you that if we see the transcript for the call, we'll find Kislyak unsuccessfully baiting Flynn into saying something that could be construed as a Logan violation.
Excellent job, OP. This should be stickied at the top until all these treasonous bastards get what they deserve, even if that means forever.
On Flynn though, there's a lot of evidence suggesting that the Kislyak call wasn't due to incidental collection at all. Both Bongino and Sundance at CT covered this Friday. I know you are trying to only use "mainstream" or official sources, but you may want to consider rewording to reflect that possibility.
What I'm gathering is there are three possible reasons that call didn't have to be unmasked. Either it was intercepted in a way that it was never masked to begin with by the US (CIA?), it was intercepted by foreign intel and passed to the US via nonstandard channels (not Five Eyes), or there was a warrantless pen register against Flynn's phone that was cross referenced.
My theory was that it was a pen register (same as Sundance). I say that because Kislyak actually texted first asking Flynn to call him, per the Flynn 302 released by Mueller (pen register captures outgoing calls only). That means Kislyak may have been a part of the setup. Given that possibility, think back to what happened to Sessions. Did Kislyak request the meeting that led Sleepy Jeff to recuse himself? Sessions said that he had at least asked to meet for dinner before their eventual meeting. Note the way the meeting came to light was that Kislyak communicated with his superiors in Russia about the meeting. That was intercepted by US intel and then leaked to the media by "current and former US officials". Sound familiar?
If Kislyak (a Russian) was working with the Obama administration to set up top Trump advisers, I'd say the argument it was truly treason is much stronger.
Don't forget Petraeus, members of Congress being spied on, the IRS scandal, James Rosen and the AP, etc. Obama was spying on people for political purposes since at least 2010.
That's when I got pulled into TD too. It's a shame it's dead. There's stuff in these files that should be stickied and upvoted to the moon, yet I'm not seeing any discussion at all on it. The "demotivation" campaign has worked.
I looked at the first doc (PappaD and "CHS" transcript) for five minutes and found on page 14 where PappaD tells Halper about Seth Rich (still redacted...) being the source of the DNC leaks. Yet no one is talking about that? This whole fucking Russia bullshit was supposedly about PappaD saying the Trump campaign was working with WikiLeaks/Russia to hack those emails, yet the truth was the Trump campaign thought Seth Rich was the source? Plus he explicitly says later that the campaign isn't involved and never would be involved in something like that.
Guess that's not important though because "nothing will ever happen". Let's just post more weak memes.