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Now if all of that were true above then why didn't Mrs. Clinton use it more effectively during the election? Why was it that "dirt" was only leaked on her from Comey rather than the other way around? Something wrong with that picture since it was Comey who reopened the Clinton investigation just days prior to the election itself. FBI sure didn't do a very got hack job on Trump. Why is that?

The nonsense on here gets deeper every day.

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7 hours ago, TexasAg1969 said:

Here's the connection again since cal tried to steer everyone around it without reading.

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dream on.

 
 
Jan 17, 2017 - Former British spy behind Donald Trump dossier is 'runaway crook', says Russian Foreign Minister ... The barbed comments were aimed at Christopher Steele, a retired MI6 agent, who was last week named as the author of a document that contained explosive claims about the incoming US president.
Christopher Steele told Bruce Ohr "I'm desperate that Donald Trump not get elected and I'm passionate about him not being president" He ADMITTED this is an interview in September of 2016
 
A new and highly redacted document released Monday by the Senate Judiciary Committee reveals that former British spy Christopher Steele, the man behind the ..... What a tragedy that America's first black president was such a crook, that America's mainstream press that you trust so clearly dropped the ball, and that your ...

LETTER FROM AMERICA: The FBI has been exposed | The Financial ...

www.financialgazette.co.zw/letter-from-america-the-fbi-has-been-exposed/
 
 

Feb 15, 2018 - Secondly, if the information is true, the FBI used information from a crook Christopher Steele, who had been paid by Ms Hillary a sum of US$160 000 to dig up dirt on Trump. Thirdly, if the information is true, Democrats involved a government agency in their dirty politics. “The Carter Page application (for a ...

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On 2/16/2018 at 6:22 PM, mjp28 said:

From Law.com...... 

collusion

n. where two persons (or business entities through their officers or other employees) enter into a deceitful agreement, usually secret, to defraud and/or gain an unfair advantage over a third party, competitors, consumers or those with whom they are negotiating. Collusion can include secret price or wage fixing, secret rebates, or pretending to be independent of each other when actually conspiring together for their joint ends. It can range from small-town shopkeepers or heirs to a grandma's estate, to gigantic electronics companies or big league baseball team owners.

See also: fraud 

SELECT A WORD:

constructive fraud 
n. when the circumstances show that someone's actions give him/he...
defraud 
v. to use deceit, falsehoods or trickery to obtain money, an obje...
extrinsic fraud 
n. fraudulent acts which keep a person from obtaining information...
fraud 
n. the intentional use of deceit, a trick or some dishonest means...
fraud in the inducement 
n. the use of deceit or trick to cause someone to act to his/her ...
fraudulent conveyance 
n. the transfer (conveyance) of title to real property for the ex...
intrinsic fraud 
n. an intentionally false representation (lie) which is part of t...
statute of frauds 
n. law in every state which requires that certain documents be in...

 

 

 

The term “collusion” is defined as “concerted activity toward a common purpose.”[2] The colloquial connotation of the word indicates that people who “collude” have worked together, usually in secret, to do something illegal. Still, other than in an antitrust context, “collusion” is not the name of a crime. (In antitrust law, two product sellers who conspire to set the price for goods may be guilty of “collusion,” but that is obviously not relevant here.) Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy recently wrote that “collusion is a hopelessly vague term.”[3] There is no federal law that criminalizes collusion between a political campaign and foreign government. Even though “colluding” with a foreign government, especially one as hostile as the Russian government may be inappropriate or politically damaging, it’s not illegal. In this sense, collusion is viewed as a political term and not a legal term. As a result, Trump Jr, Manafort, and Kushner could not be prosecuted under a charge called “collusion.”

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dirty mueller and his commie deep state cohorts don't care about the law, except

they want to try to use it to get political opposition.

they did it with the IRS and conservative groups, sure, they'll go after Trump.

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Donald J. Trump — President of the United States
11 hrs · 

THE HOUSE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE HAS, AFTER A 14 MONTH LONG IN-DEPTH INVESTIGATION, FOUND NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION OR COORDINATION BETWEEN THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AND RUSSIA TO INFLUENCE THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

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2 hours ago, DieHardBrownsFan said:
Donald J. Trump — President of the United States
11 hrs · 

THE HOUSE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE HAS, AFTER A 14 MONTH LONG IN-DEPTH INVESTIGATION, FOUND NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION OR COORDINATION BETWEEN THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AND RUSSIA TO INFLUENCE THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

In layman's term...the witch hunt is over.

Move along, nothing to see here.

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Watch out!  The Russkies are sending over there (only) Aircraft carrier!

 

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