The Russia Hoax - Not

nohero said:

drummerboy said:

I would never look for an interview with an alleged spy to find out whether he was a spy or not.

If you don't see the ridiculousness in that setup, I can't help you.

I can't help you, that's for sure. 


nan said:

drummerboy said:

I would never look for an interview with an alleged spy to find out whether he was a spy or not.

If you don't see the ridiculousness in that setup, I can't help you.

You don't have anything else and it should be part of the investigation.  Also, Mate presents some aspects of this case you might not be aware about. 

Also, I would NEVER trust the CIA/FBI, etc. about anything without evidence.  

IF you don't see the ridiculousness in that setup, I can't help you. 

You don't read very well.

Find me one post where I said that I think Kilimnik was a spy.

I'll save you the trouble - there aren't any.

All I know is that since he was associated with Manafort, he's obviously dirty.


nan said:

Steve said:

nan said:

They are not going to tell you how they know it because THEY DON"T KNOW IT.   

Clearly, it was the CIA.

Clearly, you just believe what you are told without evidence. 

LOL


drummerboy said:

nan said:

drummerboy said:

I would never look for an interview with an alleged spy to find out whether he was a spy or not.

If you don't see the ridiculousness in that setup, I can't help you.

You don't have anything else and it should be part of the investigation.  Also, Mate presents some aspects of this case you might not be aware about. 

Also, I would NEVER trust the CIA/FBI, etc. about anything without evidence.  

IF you don't see the ridiculousness in that setup, I can't help you. 

You don't read very well.

Find me one post where I said that I think Kilimnik was a spy.

I'll save you the trouble - there aren't any.

All I know is that since he was associated with Manafort, he's obviously dirty.

Who cares if he's dirty?   The big deal here is that someone is trying to keep Russiagate alive, even if it's just Manafort trying to sell his book. 


nan said:

Who cares if he's dirty?   The big deal here is that someone is trying to keep Russiagate alive, even if it's just Manafort trying to sell his book. 

contrary to the voices under your bed, this really isn’t a hoax…”show me your friends and I will tell you who you are”


Jaytee said:

nan said:

Who cares if he's dirty?   The big deal here is that someone is trying to keep Russiagate alive, even if it's just Manafort trying to sell his book. 

contrary to the voices under your bed, this really isn’t a hoax…”show me your friends and I will tell you who you are”

None of his friends are Russian agents.  


I wonder what @paulsurovell thinks of the recently released Barr memo, where he lied through his teeth.

paul was such a big fan of the Barr summary (also a big fat lie) of the Mueller report, after all.


drummerboy said:

I wonder what @paulsurovell thinks of the recently released Barr memo, where he lied through his teeth.

paul was such a big fan of the Barr summary (also a big fat lie) of the Mueller report, after all.

Well, paul ignored that one.

Here's another. John Durham's investigation, having pissed away millions of dollars and 3 years, is coming up to submitting it's final report, which will be just another embarrassment.

link:

When John H. Durham was assigned by the Justice Department in 2019 to examine the origins of the investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, President Donald J. Trump and his supporters expressed a belief that the inquiry would prove that a “deep state” conspiracy including top Obama-era officials had worked to sabotage him.

Now Mr. Durham appears to be winding down his three-year inquiry without anything close to the results Mr. Trump was seeking. The grand jury that Mr. Durham has recently used to hear evidence has expired, and while he could convene another, there are currently no plans to do so, three people familiar with the matter said.

Mr. Durham and his team are working to complete a final report by the end of the year, they said, and one of the lead prosecutors on his team is leaving for a job with a prominent law firm.

Over the course of his inquiry, Mr. Durham has developed cases against two people accused of lying to the F.B.I. in relation to outside efforts to investigate purported Trump-Russia ties, but he has not charged any conspiracy or put any high-level officials on trial. The recent developments suggest that the chances of any more indictments are remote.


Durham's quest is nearing Benghazi levels of finding bupkis.


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