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Clinton crime syndicate

Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by g8orbill, May 17, 2018.

  1. rivergator

    rivergator Too Hot Mod Moderator VIP Member

    Apr 8, 2007
    Republicans have been investigating the Clintons for years. And yet you guys still have to rely on 'Hey, we found a guy who said the Clintons are crooked!!!'
     
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  2. cocodrilo

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    What a load of typical MSM crap.

    I'll just comment on the first three paragraphs, which show right off the bat that Clarence Page is either stupid as sh!t or just wants us to think he is.

    He says the conspiracy story is that an assassin got onto the plane, shot Brown in top of the head, and then the plane crashed into a mountain. Is Page really too stupid to consider (or does he just not want to mention) that if Brown was in fact shot in top of the head, it was done after the crash, to make sure he was dead, and not by some pre-crash assassin willing to commit suicide in order to kill Ron Brown.

    I'll also mention, relevant to the shot, that Page says there was no exit wound. The whole idea of shooting someone downward in top of the head would be leave the bullet somewhere down in the body, never to be found when one could be confident that the powers that be would be sure to nix any autopsy.

    (BTW, on a "suicidal" assassin, it is worth mentioning that the guy at the destination airport who was in charge of landing beacons, which were missing, "committed suicide" afterwards. Page wouldn't mention something like that, of course.)

    Obviously when you read something like Page's article, you're expected first to check your brains in at the door.
     
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  3. hcooper

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  4. duchen

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    The Clintons hired an assassin who used a bullet that disappears when the plane or car in which the victim is traveling when shot, stops moving or crashes.
     
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  5. cocodrilo

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  6. rivergator

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    just as a reminder:
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  7. G. Gordon Gator

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    Cute! So, how many of those indictments, guilty pleas or convictions are directly related to any election-related misconduct by the Trump Campaign, i.e. the subject of the investigation?
     
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  8. rivergator

    rivergator Too Hot Mod Moderator VIP Member

    Apr 8, 2007
    the subject of the investigation included people associated with the campaign, correct?
     
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  9. G. Gordon Gator

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    The subject of the investigation is supposed to be whether the Trump Campaign colluded with Russia in efforts to influence the outcome of the election.

    So, I played along with your old answering a question with a question gimmick. Now let's try again:

    How many of those indictments, guilty pleas or convictions mentioned in your meme have anything to do with election-related misconduct by the Trump Campaign?
     
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  10. orangeblue_coop

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    Hillary Clinton is finally going to prison, and this time it's for real.
     
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  11. rivergator

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    You're mistaken again. As I said, the people associated with the campaign:


    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/967231/download
     
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  12. G. Gordon Gator

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    Maybe the third time's the charm: How many of those indictments, guilty pleas or convictions mentioned in your meme have anything to do with election-related misconduct by the Trump Campaign?
     
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  13. rivergator

    rivergator Too Hot Mod Moderator VIP Member

    Apr 8, 2007
    Since the question is meaningless, I'll let you answer. But are you really going to pretend you didn't make this falsehood? (And that's why your question is meaningless.)

     
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  14. G. Gordon Gator

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    That wasn't a falsehood. Everybody who has common sense and is being honest will readily acknowledge that the purpose of the "Trump-Russia Investigation," as it's titled in your meme, is supposed to be (like I said) about whether the Trump Campaign colluded with Russian efforts to influence the election. If there's a catchall in the directive that basically lets Mueller prosecute anybody, anywhere (even foreign nationals!) for anything they ever did, that doesn't change the fact that the real purpose of the investigation is supposed to be about whether there was collusion with Russia. We all know that.

    So to answer my question that you shamelessly and childishly refuse to answer, it is ZERO. That is how many people have been indicted, pleaded guilty or convicted for anything that has anything to do with collusion with the Russians by the Trump Campaign. ZERO.

    And by the way, since you were just complaining about somebody changing the subject in another thread, why are we talking about the "Trump-Russia Investigation" in a thread about Hillary Clinton? Who introduced that off-topic topic into this thread?
     
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  15. WhattaGator

    WhattaGator All Along The Watchtower Moderator VIP Member

    I'll just wait several more weeks and see how this plays out :)

    As Bob Dylan wrote; "The Times They Are A-Changin'"
     
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  16. 92gator

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    You might need to adjust your dial.

    You don't appear to be quite on Coco's frequency...

    (ref. your BPE rating, not just your reply).
     
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  17. 92gator

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    Doh!

    Whitewater included 1 very significant impeachment.

    Which btw, is one more *indictment* against the POTUS than the Nixon investigation yielded. ;)

    NB: *impeachment* = indictment, against a sitting POTUS.

    Billybob avoided removal in the Senate down partisan lines--i.e.--straight up politics, and only politics, gave the POTUS (billybob) a pass for PERJURY, and Obstruction of justice.
     
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  18. rivergator

    rivergator Too Hot Mod Moderator VIP Member

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    Nah, you're just trying to pretend the indictments and guilty pleas so far don't count because they didn't involve stuff personally approved in writing by Trump himself. The mission given to Mueller was not nearly that limited. You've seen the order, so ignorance is not an excuse.
     
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  19. secgator

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    de·flec·tion
    dəˈflekSH(ə)n/
    noun
    1. the action or process of deflecting or being deflected.
      "the deflection of the light beam"
      • the amount by which something is deflected.
        "an 11-mile deflection of the river"
     
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  20. rivergator

    rivergator Too Hot Mod Moderator VIP Member

    Apr 8, 2007
    deflection from what, exactly?