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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Gianforte slams Quist



So the final total looks to be between six and seven points. Obviously nobody knows for sure how the WWE beat down effected the race, but to the degree that it didn't actually swing the race to the Democrat (as many people speculated) just proves that partisanship is still ruling the day for most people.

Nate Silver and gang suggest that this particular margin provides the opportunity for a lot of different "takes" on what happen. In other words, there can be a legitimate argument made here for pretty much all points of view. It could easily be argued that this result proves that the Democrats are running ahead of normal expectations. Or it could be argued that even under circumstances that seem to be aligned by the gods that Democrats still come up short when it counts.

Moreover, there is at least as much evidence out there that suggests special elections mean very little as there is evidence that suggests special elections are always a indicator of how the next election will go.

What we know for sure is that the Democrats did not pick up this seat, and the chances of them picking it up in 2018 is next to nothing. Moreover, the Democrat once again "lost". One can sense that there is a growing frustration by many Democrats with the concept of "moral victories".  They would like a real one for a change. I would suspect that anything short of an outright win in Georgia 6  would be very damaging to the morale of the rank and file Democrat.

*Photoshop by Ethan Johnson

176 comments:

wphamilton said...

"“The Germans are evil, very evil.” because they sell BMW's in the US. It's nothing that a 35% tax won't fix though, in Trump's mind.

Is there anything Trump can say or do, that you'll start to feel embarrassed about? Or are you still cheering, "yeah, 35% tariff, trade war with our biggest allies, that's the ticket!"

Myballs said...

He made the threat back in January before he was even sworn in, already trying to revive the US manufacturing job market that has lost millions of jobs to Mexico.

Having a president actually focus on jobs is not an embarrassment.

And I see the WAPO is dutifully spinning the GOP win in MT as another moral victory for dems.

Loretta Russo said...

"The Germans are evil, very evil.”

I didn't hear him say that, but I disagree.

They're not smart people; a country that learned nothing from two world wars, but I wouldn't call them evil.

Loretta Russo said...

So, what we know...

Democrats can't win even when the main GOP player gets arrested the day before the election?

You would think they would figure this out by now. Unless there is a BIG change in how Democrats play in the public sandbox, they are losers.

Period.

rrb said...




what???

no alky-lanche of copy/paste's last night?

damn!

how am i supposed to re-read all of the news i've already read without an alky-lanche?



rrb said...

"“The Germans are evil, very evil.” because they sell BMW's in the US. It's nothing that a 35% tax won't fix though, in Trump's mind.
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uh, this was reported by kevin drum in mommy jones translating from der spiegel.

trust but verify.

and i suspect trump know;s that bmw has a production plant in SC:

https://www.bmwusfactory.com/


weak tea, wp.

Loretta Russo said...

"jones translating from der spiegel"

Oh my.

rrb said...




" I did not always have the tools that I wanted to effect those kinds of changes, but at least we tried."

- skeets 0linsky, regarding his epic fail in syria.

first of all, you ARE a fucking tool.

second, in the real world, you don't get points for "trying." you get points for results.

and third, MOAB's existed during your administration. what you lacked was the balls to use them. trump has since used them.

so go home, behind your new security wall, and shut the fuck up. showing some dignity and class as an ex-president is probably beyond your reach, but give it a try anyway. now, like during your presidency, you have nothing to offer.

caliphate4vr said...

showing some dignity and class

Do you really expect this asswipe to show dignity and class? It's not in him, he's needs to be the center of the universe

James said...

Amusing, to hear Ratty and Calli talking about showing class.

Obama will long be a thorn in the GOP'S side.
Even more amusing, so will Trump!

Loretta Russo said...

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Loretta Russo said...

"Do you really expect this asswipe to show dignity and class? It's not in him, he's needs to be the center of the universe"

Ghetto trash.

Commonsense said...

I for one am looking forward to Obama rationalizing his failures.

It makes me quite thankful he's now a has-been.

Commonsense said...

Before the press didn't realize how deeply disliked they are.

Now I think they are beginning to get a clue.

opie said...

And again, the republican's have proven they would vote for a fence post with an R painted on it. Including every low IQ righty's here . Be proud, the devil won again. Idiots. BTW, if the assaulter is convicted, he could serve 6 months in the slammer. LOLOLOL!!!!

Anonymous said...

REALITY CHECK
Democrats Gain Ground In Special Elections

Axios: “There have been three special elections in the Trump era, and although Democrats have yet to flip a seat, they’ve gained considerable ground in each compared to results in the general.”

“A similar situation unfolded in 2009 when three blue-state seats opened up following Obama’s win. The GOP gained ground in each of those special elections (without winning), foreshadowing the 2010 midterms when Republicans picked up 63 seats and took control of the House.”

Matthew Yglesias: “If Republicans are winning in places like Montana by just 7 percentage points, then they are in extreme peril of losing their House majority in November 2018.”

opie said...

This is what R's vote for......more cost per insurance than you ever imagined.

That improvement also comes at a remarkable cost: the savings to the deficit has gone down considerably from $337 billion in the first CBO review to $119 billion. That means that while the new bill is estimated to cover 1 million more people, it does so at the cost of $218,000 each.

Great job which will soon cause your party immense pain. Good.

james said...

that was me, not anony
You're welcome. :-)

james said...

GOP Turns Gloomy Over Obamacare Repeal

Politico: “A feeling of pessimism is settling over Senate Republicans as they head into a week-long Memorial Day recess with deeply uncertain prospects for their push to repeal Obamacare. Senators reported that they’ve made little progress on the party’s most intractable problems this week, such as how to scale back Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion and overall Medicaid spending.

“Republicans have started writing the very basics of their repeal legislation, even though they’ve made few decisions about what it will say. Staffers will work on the bill over the break to try to increase the pace of negotiations, as well as haggle with the Senate parliamentarian over whether the chamber can even consider the bill because of procedural reasons. But in the meantime, frustrations are rising and confidence is diminishing.”
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Oh how sad. They own it, and don't know what to do with it. It was so much more fun being the party of No. But, like Trump said, they never knew how complicated this would be. ;-p

rrb said...

Blogger Commonsense said...
I for one am looking forward to Obama rationalizing his failures.
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oh, i'm sure there are dozens if not hundreds of throne-sniffing 0linsky sycophants waiting to write his biography. they'll need plenty of turd polish.

never forget that liberals are only measured by their intentions. it is only republicans who are measured by results. and even then, those results are lied about by the msm.

opie said...

22 additional deniers who think climate change is a joke and only money is important. Brilliance from Jowls McConnell and his band of idiots.

A group of 22 Republican senators signed a letter urging President Trump to make a “clean break” from the Paris Agreement on climate change.

The letter, dated May 25, commends Trump for signing 14 executive orders to roll back regulations established under the Obama administration. It singles out the “Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth” order for beginning the process of dismantling former President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan regulations.

But the many high-profile Republican leaders — including Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso and Oklahoma Sen. James M. Inhofe — argue that remaining in the Paris Agreement would interfere with rolling back the country’s “regulatory burdens.”

Once again, short term gains at generational disaster....Great legacy from the party of trump.

rrb said...

“There have been three special elections in the Trump era, and although Democrats have yet to flip a seat, they’ve gained considerable ground in each compared to results in the general.”
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how does one "gain ground" by losing?

results are results.

dems have been body slammed three times. twice figuratively, and once literally.

my god, the amount of bullshit you guys have to generate to placate your low information base is absolutely staggering.

Myballs said...

A little perspective here. MT currently has a dem governor and not long ago two dem senators. So lets stop pretending that the state is so deep red.

And still dems lost. This is how unpopular they are right now.

Loretta Russo said...

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Loretta Russo said...

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james said...

how does one "gain ground" by losing?

When you go from losing by twenty to forty points to losing by only seven points, that's how. It's not rocket science. :-)

opie said...

And still dems lost. This is how unpopular they are right now

Famous last words, we will see how that works out in the long term as trump stumbles through his term and his son in law folds like a cheap suit.

james said...

OBAMA -- OUR FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT
TRUMP -- OUR FIRST RUSSIAN PRESIDNT

Russian Hackers Now Using ‘Tainted Leaks’

Wired: “Over the past year, the Kremlin’s strategy of weaponizing leaks to meddle with democracies around the world has become increasingly clear, first in the US and more recently in France. But a new report by a group of security researchers digs into another layer of those so-called influence operations: how Russian hackers alter documents within those releases of hacked material, planting disinformation alongside legitimate leaks.”

Loretta Russo said...

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Myballs said...

Losing by 40 pts? You wouldn't be embellishing now would you?

You're grasping at straws.

james said...

YOU CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON TRUMP TO DO THIS SORT OF THING.
YESTERDAY HE TURNED HIS FIRST FOREIGN TRIP INTO A DISASTER

President Trump “punctured any illusions that he was on a fence-mending tour of Europe, declining to explicitly endorse NATO’s mutual defense pledge and lashing out at fellow members for what he called their ‘chronic underpayments’ to the alliance,” the New York Times reports.

“On a tense day when Mr. Trump brought the ‘America first’ themes of his presidential campaign to the very heart of Europe, he left European leaders visibly unsettled, with some openly lamenting divisions with the United States on trade, climate and the best way to confront Russia. The discord was palpable even in body language. When Mr. Trump greeted Emmanuel Macron, France’s new president, they grabbed each other’s hands, jaws clenched, in an extended grip that turned Mr. Trump’s knuckles white. When the leaders lined up to pose for the traditional photograph at NATO headquarters, Mr. Trump appeared to push aside the Montenegrin prime minister, Dusko Markovic, to get to his assigned place in the front.”

Former Russia ambassador Michael McFaul: “In Saudi Arabia, Trump promised no lectures. But at NATO, he lectured our allies at length.”

First Read: “Two days ago, you wouldn’t have been wrong to declare Trump’s overseas trip a relative success. But after yesterday — the ‘push aside,’ critical comments about Germany, no firm Article 5 embrace by Trump, and no formal position on Russia sanctions (!!!) — the trip became a disaster.”

james said...

Would someone please explain to the present haunter of the White House
whose side the USA is really on?

Loretta Russo said...

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Loretta Russo said...

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C.H. Truth said...

And still dems lost. This is how unpopular they are right now

I think it just proves how partisanship is ruling the political world right now.

It used to be "My country, right or wrong".
Now it's "My Party, right or wrong".

Most people are focused on how this effects the House. But I am going to argue that this bodes poorly for the Democrats in the Senate. Gianforte just lost a statewide race (for Governor) barely six months ago (by four points). Turns around and wins a statewide race for Congress (by six points) basically improving himself by double digits?

While many people will suggest it was a difference in the candidates he ran against... I might argue that it was a difference in the type of race. A governor runs the State and a conservative Democrat can work with a GOP congress. It's easy to see.

But according to some of the exit interviews, etc... the concern with putting a Democrat in the House (even a conservative one) is that he would automatically be thought of as caucusing with Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the Democrats. Too hard for some to swallow.

The same argument will be used against Tester in Montana. Being "conservative Democrat" in this partisan environment still associates him with Chuck Schumer and the rest of the Democrats in the Senate. If Partisanship remains this strong (and anti-Democratic Party feelings remain).... Tester could be in a heap of trouble, no matter how conservative he makes himself out to be.

Loretta Russo said...

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Myballs said...

Disaster??

On the contrary, it's been highly successful, potentially historic.

Your posts smack of desperation.

James said...

Desperation. Thanks for the laugh, ballsie.

Trump job approval about 39 to 55 negative.
Direction of the country -- 59% wrong direction..
Congressional job approval -- as high as 74% disapprove
Dems leading Repubs generically.

caliphate4vr said...

stupid old man, the polls said Cankles would be president.

How'd that work out?

opie said...

Anonymous califat head 4vr said...
stupid old man, the polls said Cankles would be president.

stupid georgian loser....You said you were going away. Once again providing false hope of not having inane opinions posted. BTW, cankles lost and trump win...the jury is still out on trump's ability to lead....we all know he lies really good. Cue another gotcha postLOL

caliphate4vr said...

he would automatically be thought of as caucusing with Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the Democrats

“I thought it was unusual for the President of the United States to go to Saudi Arabia first. Saudi Arabia!”

“It wasn’t even alphabetical. I mean, Saudi Arabia.


This is the idiot the donks think will lead them back

Unbelievable

Roger Amick said...

No, he apologized for beating up the reporter.

I lived in Montana for eight years

I don't remember his name, but got well acquainted with the Republican congressman. He was pleasantly engaging.

But we disagreed on most important issue for the time. We met over a couple beers in the bar in the basement of the building occupied by several construction unions. He didn't win the support of the local unions, but he gained their respect

Once during the election campaign, he actually came to my residence in an attempt to chan. ge my mind. I was heavily involved in local politics.

All politics in Montana are local. And conservative.


wphamilton said...

It's true that the Democrats gained nothing by losing the election, and Republicans can justifiably feel relieved to hang onto this one. It doesn't really matter that Trump won there by 20 points, and that there should have been no real challenge from the Democrat. You have to win to change anything.

I thought that the assault could cost him, but evidently not. Maybe Montana Republicans like that sort of thing. Maybe if the "Liberal Journalist" had fought back the story would be different. But maybes aren't results and it's clear to me that the Democrats need a new playbook.

caliphate4vr said...

I thought that the assault could cost him, but evidently not. Maybe Montana Republicans like that sort of thing.

The ordeal had little effect on election night in Montana. A statement from the office of Montana's secretary of state said nearly 70% of the ballots were cast before Election Day. Gianforte gained a significant early lead over Quist. With nearly all precincts reporting, Gianforte had more than 50% of the vote, while Quist sat at just over 43%, according to results from Decision Desk HQ.

C.H. Truth said...

WP...

I just don't believe that a liberal journalist is going to get much sympathy from anyone that is not predisposed to see these sorts of people as heroes of the good cause (which is not many Americans at this point, and likely includes zero Trump voters).

I might even offer that a good portion of Americans probably believe that the Journalist had it coming.

I would also offer that there are a ton of people out there who will be skeptical of these sorts of situations, as it generally turns out that what is first reported is - at best - a variation of the truth.

Lastly, there a bunch of people who simply don't give a shit about it. Or more to the point, don't see the fact that this guy beats up a reporter to be something that should disqualify him to be a member of Congress. Perhaps, to some people, congress could use more people like this and less people who are always on media guard 24/7.

wphamilton said...

I doubt that a good portion of Americans thought that the reporter had it coming. Maybe a small portion, who didn't listen to the audio (or other evidence) and made up their minds based on the name-calling.

I wouldn't be surprised if a good portion of his constituents react favorably to the "tough guy" persona though. That's why I wonder whether there would have been a different outcome had the reporter fought back, rather than acting like a submissive victim. Candidate thrashed after attacking reporter, that might not have played as well with Montana Republicans.

Myballs said...

I will continue to push back that this should have been a slam dunk for the gop. MT currently has a dem gov and a dem senator. It's not as deep red as is being portrayed.

Commonsense said...

Hmm not exactly "had it coming" but I do think most Americans who tune in to the story thought Jacobs wasn't totally blameless either.

After all, he did barge into the office uninvited and shove a recorder in Gianforte's face.

Or to put it another way.

If Jacobs did the exact same thing to Barack Obama that he did to Gianforte how long do you think it would take the secret service to have him on the floor?

C.H. Truth said...

WP - I think you underestimate the amount of pure animosity there is for the media today, especially as it pertains to Trump voters.

More to the point, the whole situation was almost cliche.

- Reporter sneaking into a closed setting to confront politician.
- Demanding answers to his questions while shoving a microphone into the politician's face.
- Refusing to leave when asked to leave.

For some I am sure this constitutes good reporting. For many others it constitutes a reporter pushing his journalistic authority well beyond the limits of normal decorum.

A quick search of google provides extensive information on Gianforte's position on the new health care bill. He felt it should not have been voted on prior to having the CBO score it. He had issues with the way it dealt with pre-existing conditions. Ultimately Gianforte has said he would not have supported the new bill in the current form.

Apparently the Reporter did not do his due diligence... or his actions were an attempt to cause a scene and make it appear like Giantforte held a position that he didn't hold.

Which do you believe is more likely?

Loretta Russo said...

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James said...

Didn't Trump say it would be so easy to bring peace to the Middle East.

So I guess the Palestinians and Israelis are sitting down right now to negotiate...

Aren't they?...

Well, aren't they?...

Loretta Russo said...

I'm not quite tired of winning.

Loretta Russo said...

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James said...

Trump Angled for Soviet Posting In the 1980s

“Donald Trump, in the mid-1980s, aggressively pursued an official government post to the USSR, according to a Nobel Peace Prize winner with whom Trump interacted at the time,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Said Bernard Lown: “He already had Russia mania in 1986, 31 years ago. He said to me, ‘I hear you met with Gorbachev, and you had a long interview with him, and you’re a doctor, so you have a good assessment of who he is.’ So I asked, ‘Why would you want to know?’ And he responded, ‘I intend to call my good friend Ronnie,’ meaning Reagan, ‘to make me a plenipotentiary ambassador for the United States with Gorbachev.'”

He added: “Those are the words he used. And he said he would go to Moscow and he’d sit down with Gorbachev, and then he took his thumb and he hit the desk and he said, ‘And within one hour the Cold War would be over!’ I sat there dumbfounded. ‘Who is this self-inflated individual? Is he sane or what?'”
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I'm SO glad I read that. Now I KNOW peace in the Middle East is imminent.

Loretta Russo said...

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James said...

Gillibrand will be the next President of the United States of America.

James said...

WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE...

Boehner: Trump has been a 'complete disaster'

“Everything else he’s done [in office] has been a complete disaster,” Boehner said during a question-and-answer session at a conference in Houston on Wednesday... The former GOP speaker, whose remarks were first reported by the energy-sector publication Rigzone, said he and Trump had been friends for 15 years and that the two had played golf together multiple times. Still, Boehner said he “never envisioned him” becoming president.

....The former speaker said the president “did what he could” on legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, perhaps the president’s most prominent campaign promise, but added Trump should have instead sought to REPAIR his predecessor’s signature healthcare legislation.

YEP. WHAT I WAS SAYING ALL ALONG.

Talk of tax reform, another legislative priority for Trump and the Republican controlled Congress, is just “happy talk,” Boehner said. “I was a little more optimistic about it early in the year; now my odds are 60/40.”

LOL.

Loretta Russo said...

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Loretta Russo said...

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rrb said...

Blogger C.H. Truth said...
WP - I think you underestimate the amount of pure animosity there is for the media today, especially as it pertains to Trump voters.

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indeed. i would wager that montana voters care little about any sort of tough guy persona. and i would say that holds true for a majority of GOP voters.

but the one thing they absolutely despise in solidarity is the media. and the media has brought it all on themselves.


for the sake of diversity i would like to see GOP candidates mix it up a bit though.

in addition to body slams i'd like to see some pile driver's, figure four leg lock's and some sleeper holds thrown in for good measure.




rrb said...

Boehner: Trump has been a 'complete disaster'
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say the crybaby who was forced to resign as weeper of the house.

C.H. Truth said...

I am picturing "The Crusher bolo punch"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9WTe4pFXoU

Loretta Russo said...

"stupid old man, the polls said Cankles would be president.

How'd that work out?"

Drunk, dazed and confused wondering in the woods near Chappaqua, LOL!

James said...

“Respectfully, I’d submit that the president has unearthed some demons. I’ve talked to a number of people about it back home. They say, ‘Well, look, if the president can say whatever, why can’t I say whatever?’ He’s given them license… There is a total weirdness out there.”
— Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC), quoted by the Washington Post.
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Good point. It has reached the point where Trump can say any dumb, stupid, crazy, incorrect, lying, misinformed thing and get away with it with his adoring Joe the Plumber base. So why can't anyone do that?

Loretta Russo said...

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rrb said...

Drunk, dazed and confused wondering in the woods near Chappaqua, LOL!
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check out her recent wellesley commencement speech.

she was coughing, gagging and gasping like a 3 pack a day old hag on an oxygen tank.

rrb said...

Rep. Mark Sanford
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is he still banging that old whore in argentina?

Loretta Russo said...

"she was coughing, gagging and gasping like a 3 pack a day old hag on an oxygen tank."

Drunken skank.

wphamilton said...

CH, I'm curious if that attitude goes both ways with you. Suppose, for the sake of argument that a liberal reporter beat the crap out of one of the Republican candidates.

Suppose further, those Americans who are not Trump supporters (I'm not sure why you brought Trump into this but let's roll with that) felt like he had it coming, didn't like GOP candidates anyway, and mostly didn't care that he got beat up. In other words, the same situation with the roles of attacker reversed. Would you dredge up any outrage over that, or shrug it off like you are in this instance.

wphamilton said...

If you're afraid to answer my hypothetical question - and I wouldn't blame you, since there are no good answers - let me put this to you.

Although the witnesses confirmed that he grabbed the reporter's neck and threw him down, I half-suspect that there is some truth in part of the Montana Republican's story. Gianforte claims that the "snowflake Liberal" did a martial-arts slip-move and took them both to the ground. The hysterical pitch of Gianforte's voice during his panic screaming leads me to think, maybe he WAS overpowered by little reporter. Maybe the reporter is lying, and Gianforte was his patsy, making it just look like Gianforte was aggressive. It's not that hard, if the other guy is inferior enough physically, often the case for those who rely on bluster and bullying. Tech nerd millionaire, who looks like a guy who's all about image.

So what do you think CH? Did that scary Liberal overpower Gianforte and man-handle him to make it look like he was the aggressor? was his screaming outburst just panic and fear? This all kind follows if you believe his story. Do you believe him?

KD, Dems spent 10's of Millions, lost again said...

Anonymous caliphate4vr said...
showing some dignity and class

Do you really expect this asswipe to show dignity and class? It's not in him, he's needs to be the center of the universe"

I want him and the Hillary and Bernie to continue to be the face of the crazy ass left only Democrats.


Why did the Dem lose again in yet another special election that was all about STOPPING TRUMP?

KD, Feckless Five Can not name the Crime, lol at thier low life Ilk said...

Did you see the great Trump Economic news, GDP In the first quarter was up 1.2, not the first report much lower number.

Getting the Trump Economic Engine Started is so cool.

C.H. Truth said...

Well WP...

There is more than enough violence out there. Lot's of liberals in ski masks throwing rocks and burning things when something outrageous happens... like a gay conservative decides (gasp) to give a speech.

I guess in those regards... they would see someone like Milo or Ann Coulter wanting to speak in front of other people, to be the same sort of in your face problem... as a Reporter actually getting "in someone's face" literally.

So I guess to some degree... it's all a matter of perspective.

If it's perfectly acceptable for a bunch of liberals to hide behind ski masks and burn something down in response to someone wanting to talk about something they don't like...

Then by nature, I would find it hypocritical to be upset over a little pile driver or body slam when a reporter asks the wrong question at the wrong time to the wrong person.


But if you want the truth here... I find the concept of someone giving a speech that they were invited to give... to be less offensive than a reporter going where he isn't supposed, isn't wanted, and physically getting in someone's face (literally). I care a little more when the first person is attacked (or those around them) then I would be for the second example.

So it's not conservative or liberal for me... other than the obvious stereotype of this reporter who makes fun political fodder for being such a hipster cliche.

Commonsense said...

CH, I'm curious if that attitude goes both ways with you. Suppose, for the sake of argument that a liberal reporter beat the crap out of one of the Republican candidates.

If a liberal reporter ever beat up a republican candidate we would never hear of it. They protect their own.

There's the answer to your hypothetical.

And you don't have to go too far to prove it.

Just look at the amount of violence perpetrated against conservatives speakers at universities, the incivil muggings of GOP townhalls by organized liberal agitators, and the assaults of Trump supporters attending rallies.

The liberal media barely bats an eye.

But when one obnoxious asshole breaks his glasses? Neverending outrage.

rrb said...



A leading young Democrat and de Blasio administration employee has a secret taste for sickening kiddie porn that involves baby girls as young as 6 months old, court papers revealed Friday.

Jacob Schwartz, 29, was busted for allegedly keeping more than 3,000 disgusting images and 89 videos on a laptop after downloading the filth from the internet.

The illegal smut shows “young nude females between the approximate ages of 6 months and 16, engaging in sexual conduct… on an adult male,” court papers say.

Schwartz’s father — labor lawyer and Democratic insider Arthur Schwartz — called his son’s case “a personal tragedy.”

“I understand these are serious charges,” said the elder Schwartz, who watched his son get arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court on Thursday night.

“He’s already in therapy for this.”

Jacob Schwartz surrendered to NYPD computer-crimes investigators in Manhattan’s 13th Precinct on Thursday morning, sources said.

He’d been under investigation since March 29, when he handed over his laptop and gave cops written permission to search it, court papers say.

Jacob Schwartz is the president of the Manhattan Young Democrats and the downstate region vice president of the New York State Young Democrats.

http://nypost.com/2017/05/26/de-blasio-staffer-arrested-for-child-pornography/


someone needs to body slam this piece of shit too. repeatedly. until his neck snaps and his heart stops beating.


rrb said...

The hysterical pitch of Gianforte's voice during his panic screaming leads me to think, maybe he WAS overpowered by little reporter.
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hysterical? he was pissed. the hipster douchebag otoh spoke with a pronounced lisp.

gianforte was never in physical danger.

rrb said...




wait a minute. the alky and the pederast were crowing that kushner was an fbi target of a russian collusion investigation..

from the WaPo:

The Post has not been told that Kushner is a target — or the central focus — of the investigation, and he has not been accused of any wrongdoing. “Target” is a word that generally refers to someone who is the main suspect of investigators’ attention, though prosecutors can and do bring charges against people who are not marked with that distinction.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/jared-kushner-now-a-focus-in-russia-investigation/2017/05/25/f078db74-40c7-11e7-8c25-44d09ff5a4a8_story.html?utm_term=.887e942b8e7b#comments



rrb said...




heh:

Greg Gianforte Campaign Raised $100K After Candidate Assaulted Reporter

https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/05/25/greg-gianforte-campaign-raised-100k-after-candidate-assaulted-reporter/


Myballs said...

Did you all see sickly hillary cough through her bitter commencement speech?

So glad she is not president.

rrb said...

BERKELEY — A former Diablo Valley College professor was arrested Wednesday in connection with the use of a bike lock in the beating of three people during a rally for President Donald Trump last month, police said Thursday.

Eric Clanton remained in custody in lieu of $200,000 bail at Berkeley Jail on Thursday and is scheduled to be arraigned at 9 a.m. Friday at Oakland’s Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse. He was arrested on three counts of suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon that isn’t a firearm and assault causing great bodily injury.
In a statement Thursday, police acknowledged that video of the incident, captured by onlookers and posted on social media, helped them identify Clanton as the suspect behind “several violent assaults” that happened April 15 during the demonstration at Civic Center Park on Martin Luther King Jr. Way.

Police confirmed Clanton can be seen in videos hitting people in the head with a U-shaped bicycle lock. Three people received “significant injuries” because of the beatings, police said.

http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2017/05/24/berkeley-college-professor-arrested-as-assault-suspect/

rrb said...



when the federal bureau of incompetence is on the case hilarity ensues:


Former FBI Director James Comey’s controversial decision to detail the FBI’s findings in the Hillary Clinton email case without Justice Department input was influenced by a dubious Russian document that the FBI now considers to be bad intelligence, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.

The secret document, which purported to be a piece of Russian intelligence, claimed that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch had privately assured someone in the Clinton campaign that the investigation into Clinton’s handling of classified information would go nowhere.

But according to people familiar with the matter, by August the FBI had come to believe the document was unreliable — and in fact may have been planted as a fake to confuse the FBI.

http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/334990-bad-intel-influenced-comeys-clinton-announcement-report


wphamilton said...

"So I guess to some degree... it's all a matter of perspective. "

Ah, a matter of perspective. Your perspective is, if the liberal reporter had thrown Gianforte down, instead of vice versa, that would be like ski-masked thugs rioting in the streets. The other way around, no big deal.

Got it.

rrb said...



wp, i would say the reporter achieved his desired effect. today's msm has achieved a level of obnoxiousness when covering republicans that they almost seem to be in a competition amongst themselves to see who among them can be the most aggressive, impolite, and the biggest asshole. they take pride in the way they treat conservatives and republicans, complete with a sneering snarkiness.

what gianforte did was wrong by definition. but if you're honest you'll admit that the media has contributed greatly to the current poisonous atmosphere. and the fact that gianforte was able to raise $100K after the incident on the eve of the election should give you a sense of whose side the public is on.

when you intentionally go looking for trouble, you should not be surprised when you find it.

rrb said...



There’s a GoFundMe Campaign to Buy New Glasses for the Hipster Douchebag Who Got Body-Slammed

http://fortune.com/2017/05/25/greg-gianforte-ben-jacobs-montana/?xid=time_socialflow_twitter


isn't this clown enough of a laughingstock already?



rrb said...



Ben Jacobs ✔ @Bencjacobs

Left, right and center, straight news and opinion, journalists at CPAC have one thing in common, the overwhelming urge to punch Benji Backer

5:37 PM - 8 Mar 2014





gosh, life comes at you fast, eh benny?



rrb said...



oh, and benji backer was 16 years old when ben the douchebag wrote that heroic tweet.

wphamilton said...

I'd agree with you, if there was any indication that the journalist was looking to instigate. I heard the audio - he asked a question. An open-ended question, which could have been spun any way Gianforte wanted, and that's all he did. He was polite about it, other than walking in uninvited.

C.H. Truth said...

Got it.

Nope... apparently not. But thanks for not trying.



You are upset that I made fun of the reporter who got beat up by a guy who is nearly 60 years old... not to mention the concept of this old man picking this other man up over his head and tossing him off the stage is amusing as a matter of ridiculousness.

The stereotype of the latte drinking hipster liberal offends you no doubt.

But in the grand scheme of things, for all the immoral, unethical, and downright illegal things that politicians do while in office, if the worst thing this guy does it physically push around a hipster reporter half his age... then it would be money in the bank.

James said...


You are upset that I made fun of the reporter who got beat up by a guy who is nearly 60 years old...
WHY DID THE 60 YEAR OLD REPEATEDLY APOLOGIZE?

not to mention the concept of this old man picking this other man up over his head and tossing him off the stage is amusing as a matter of ridiculousness
WHY DID THIS OLD MAN REPEATEDLY APOLOGIZE?

But in the grand scheme of things, for all the immoral, unethical, and downright illegal things that politicians do while in office, if the worst thing this guy does it physically push around a hipster reporter half his age...
WHY DID THIS GUY REPEATEDLY APOLOGIZE?

C.H. Truth said...

Because James...

Picking on liberal hipster reporters is sort of like making fun of special needs people.

James said...

Hillary says Trump "has been a complete disaster."

Oh. Wait. That wasn't Hillary. That was Boehner.

James said...

Talking to Ch is

Roger Amick said...

Breaking News: A Back Channel with the Kremlin by Kushner.


Jared Kushner and Russia’s ambassador to Washington discussed the possibility of setting up a secret and secure communications channel between Trump’s transition team and the Kremlin, using Russian diplomatic facilities in an apparent move to shield their pre-inauguration discussions from monitoring, according to U.S. officials briefed on intelligence reports.

Ambassador Sergei Kislyak reported to his superiors in Moscow that Kushner, son-in-law and confidant to then-President-elect Trump, made the proposal during a meeting on Dec. 1 or 2 at Trump Tower, according to intercepts of Russian communications that were reviewed by U.S. officials. Kislyak said Kushner suggested using Russian diplomatic facilities in the United States for the communications.

The meeting also was attended by Michael Flynn, Trump’s first national security adviser.

The White House disclosed the fact of the meeting only in March, playing down its significance. But people familiar with the matter say the FBI now considers the encounter, as well as another meeting Kushner had with a Russian banker, to be of investigative interest.

Kislyak reportedly was taken aback by the suggestion of allowing an American to use Russian communications gear at its embassy or consulate — a proposal that would have carried security risks for Moscow as well as the Trump team.


Flynn and Kushnet set up a back phone system. Felony?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/russian-ambassador-told-moscow-that-kushner-wanted-secret-communications-channel-with-kremlin/2017/05/26/520a14b4-422d-11e7-9869-bac8b446820a_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-high_kushner-705pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.ae924ff99977

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo

Roger Amick said...

Oh My God, I thought the Washington post was a big deal, but this one from Reuters is nuclear.

Exclusive: Trump son-in-law had undisclosed contacts with Russian envoy - sources

U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and close adviser, Jared Kushner, had at least three previously undisclosed contacts with the Russian ambassador to the United States during and after the 2016 presidential campaign, seven current and former U.S. officials told Reuters.

Those contacts included two phone calls between April and November last year, two of the sources said. By early this year, Kushner had become a focus of the FBI investigation into whether there was any collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, said two other sources - one current and one former law enforcement official.

Kushner initially had come to the attention of FBI investigators last year as they began scrutinizing former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s connections with Russian officials, the two sources said.

While the FBI is investigating Kushner’s contacts with Russia, he is not currently a target of that investigation, the current law enforcement official said.

David Frum has to remember this was like water gate, and he's no wild eyed lefty, he is a conservative.

He withheld this from the government,which from what I'm hearing it quite possible that this. He should be fired for his deception and may face charges. You have to wonder why they created this back channel, outside recognition of the government. He violated his oath.

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the drunkard

Loretta Russo said...

"Oh My God, I thought the Washington post was a big deal, but this one from Reuters is nuclear."

LOL. You're out of your damn mind.

Drunken melodramatic drag queen.

Roger Amick said...

This isn't spam. This is unbelievable, and the Senate intelligence committee and that's a huge step .


Senate Intelligence Committee requests Trump campaign documents
By Robert Costa May 26 at 7:03 PM

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.), left, and Vice Chairman Mark R. Warner (D-Va.) speal with the media on May, 16. (Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post)

The Senate Intelligence Committee, which is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential race, has asked President Trump’s political organization to gather and produce all Russia-related documents, emails and phone records going back to his campaign’s launch in June 2015, according to two people briefed on the request.


The letter from the Senate arrived at Trump’s campaign committee last week and was addressed to the group’s treasurer. Since then, some former staffers have been notified and asked to cooperate, the people said. They were not authorized to speak publicly.

The demand follows a Senate request months earlier for the campaign committee to preserve documents.

Dozens of former staffers are expected to be contacted in the coming days to make sure they are aware of what they are required to produce and how to submit those documents, the people added.

The letter was signed by Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), the Senate committee’s chairman, and Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.), the committee’s ranking Democrat. Spokespeople for Burr and Warner declined to comment.

Roger Amick said...

You aren't reading this. Kushner worked with the Russians to set up a communication system using the Russian system. Read it and instead of calling names, and provide data that show's how this is ok..

Good luck twit.

Loretta Russo said...

LOL.

Poor drunken drag queen.

Roger Amick said...

I'm trying to be fair and serious, but you obviously haven't read or can't understand it. Bottom line.

The son in law discussed the establish of a Russian server and the system is not going to be revealed to the United States intelligent system. If Clinton did this you would be chanting "Lock her up"

Roger Amick said...

I'm gong to try one more time, and if all I get from you is one of your stupid insults, every one will know you are unable to think.

Chelsea Clinton and Russia’s ambassador to Washington discussed the possibility of setting up a secret and secure communications channel between Clinton’s transition team and the Kremlin, using Russian diplomatic facilities in an apparent move to shield their pre-inauguration discussions from monitoring, according to U.S. officials briefed on intelligence reports.

Loretta Russo said...

Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the Communist party

Loretta Russo said...

Ghetto.....

"Michelle Obama Violated Church Law With What She Wore Into Cathedral"

http://conservativetribune.com/obamas-break-rules-old-church/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=WesternJournalism&utm_content=2017-05-26&utm_campaign=manualpost

Loretta Russo said...

So....the reason Kushner suggested a secret channel with Russia was ... "to discuss strategy in Syria and other policy issues?"

Impeach!

Russia!

After all .....


Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the Communist party?.??

Commonsense said...

Like some many other breathless headlines from liberal outlets this one is much ado about nothing.

Loretta Russo said...

Nuclear.

LOL.

rrb said...

Flynn and Kushnet set up a back phone system. Felony?
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

yes alky, a felony. a felonious felony.

and that oval office "red phone" that used to be a direct line to the kremlin?

another felonious felony. and that existed for years..



from the felonious wikipedia who is probably committing a felony by posting this:


The Moscow–Washington hotline (formally known in the United States as the Washington-Moscow Direct Communications Link;[1] Russian: Горячая линия Вашингтон — Москва, tr. Goriachaia liniia Vashington–Moskva) is a system that allows direct communication between the leaders of the United States and the Russian Federation. This hotline was established in 1963 and links the Pentagon with the Kremlin (historically, with Soviet Communist Party leadership across the square from the Kremlin itself).[1][2] Although in popular culture known as the "red telephone", the hotline was never a telephone line, and no red phones were used. The first implementation used Teletype equipment, and shifted to fax machines in 1986.[3]

Since 2008, the Moscow–Washington hotline is a secure computer link over which messages are exchanged by email.[4]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moscow%E2%80%93Washington_hotline

Loretta Russo said...

Sedation is Roger's only chance.....

rrb said...

Loretta Russo said...
Sedation is Roger's only chance.....
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

the alky is losing it, that much is clear.

i have a question -

if team trump is ALREADY colluding with the russians, why does kushner need yet another direct line to moscow?

the ny times and wapo need to think this shit through before they publish their fabrications.



Loretta Russo said...

"the ny times and wapo need to think this shit through before they publish their fabrications."

They know they can publish anything, their minions like Roger will run with it.

I noticed they dutifully referenced a "server", which would be comical were it not so pathetic.

If I wanted to have private conversations, I'd go to Consumer Cellular.....unlimited phone calls, unlimited texting for about $40 bucks a month. This is 2017, not 1963.

opie said...

They know they can publish anything, their minions like Roger will run with it.

Like the way our esteemed host ran with Gian's press release and found fault with the victim and that a 60 year old asshole cheap shotted the reporter which he found unforgivable. LOL....Like that loretta?????

Loretta Russo said...

Speaking of being sedated and look who shows up.

caliphate4vr said...

Nuclear.

LOL.


What a drama queen.

Liver needs to turn in his man card

rrb said...

If I wanted to have private conversations, I'd go to Consumer Cellular....
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

every time i see one of their commercials there's an elderly lady talking on her phone sitting on a hoveround...

hmmm...

LOL.

Loretta Russo said...

LOL

opie said...

Blogger Loretta Russo said...
Speaking of being sedated and look who shows up.

Jared posted???? Welcome to the losers side.... LOL

Roger Amick said...

The red phone hot line was not a kept as a secret from the government. It was a vital part of the national security interest of the United States. The proposed secret line, run by the Russian, and worse, kept seen from our own national security agencies, was illegal and dangerous. If Chelsea Clinton, the daughter President Hillary Rodham Clinton, you would be telling your congressman to write up impeachment indictments instantly, hypocrite.

opie said...

Seems the closest people to trump all have trouble filling out SF-86"s and have a habit of leaving russian contacts off the form. Sessions, Flynn and now Jared all share the same problem, lying on the form which is a felony. Oh well, the idiots of CH will all agree there is nothing there and we should move on. The real fun will start when trump is found to be mortgaged to his ass with russian money. But, you all will say he is just a savvy business man. Yep, he sure is.

rrb said...

The proposed secret line, run by the Russian, and worse, kept seen from our own national security agencies, was illegal and dangerous.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

if only the story was true and could actually be corroborated by someone other than an anonymous source you might be onto something alky.

aren't you supposed to be giving your acceptance speech for your 5 year 'drunks r us' participation award?

Roger Amick said...

Jared Kushner and Russia’s ambassador to Washington allegedly discussed setting up a secret communications channel to cloak contacts between Moscow and Donald Trump’s White House transition team, it was reported on Friday.

Ambassador Sergei Kislyak told his superiors in Moscow that he and Kushner discussed ways to shield their pre-inauguration discussions from monitoring, by the national security agency. Except for the involvement of General Flynn.

You folks don't know shit.

opie said...

Data about Jareds bankruptcy. Like father in law, like son in law.....Maybe they are broke and have russian money in their business.....Just saying as it gets uglier by the day.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/18/realestate/commercial/the-kushner-companies-deal-for-666-fifth-avenue-avoids-foreclosure.html

Roger Amick said...

Leaks are not necessarily false, idiot. Leaks brought down Richard Nixon. You assume that they are false because that is the only way to try and protect the Republican President.

As I said and you in your usually cowardly way, you have nothing to miss prove the allegations.

opie said...

I remember the outrage from the CH idiots when michelle wore a designer gown to an affair. And this will get nothing but a yawn and defense of a congressman who is a cheap shot artist....just like CG

Showing up to an economic summit in a single piece of clothing that costs more than most Americans make in a year may just be one of Melania Trump's biggest blunders to date. The first lady stepped out to attend the G7 summit, wearing a 3D floral Dolce & Gabbana coat that rings in at a cool $51,000 — or, basically, showed up with a BMW draped over her shoulders. While we're all for a splurge here and there, there's a time, a place, and, most importantly, a scale. This move makes Michelle Obama's Lanvin sneakers look like chump change; in fact, it makes some single-family homes look like a steal. Maybe Michelle could give Melania a few fashion pointers — like how to find a few great pieces at ...

Nice, 50K would buy a lot of healthcare for dumbass trump voters in PA....

Roger Amick said...

Since you brought it up, yes I will speak four or five minutes on my fifth AA birthday. But I don't brag. I speak humbly on the truth that yes, I could not control my self. You can look up the twelve steps, and see if you could find a way to remove the clouds of hatred that hovers over your head,24/7. Hypocrisy Anonymous is your only chance.

I speak humbly to those who still are struggling with the addiction to alcoholic beverages. I have had several times, especially youngsters, off to the side, thank me for helping them see a good sound and wonderful like, without alcohol. It is dangerous for approximately 10% of the population. It's not a weakness of character, you have that in spaids, but an addiction to a powerful and cunning chemical.

I have even better than my birthday on Thursday, my lovely Panamanian wife, got a letter from the Kaiser Permanente mammography department. It stated that the tumor cells were completely gone. She only needs a mammogram once a year.

For the last six months, the first thing I do is swear the serenity prayer, and asked for good health for my wife.

Jimmy, I bring people to tears, and even better, may save the life threatening disease of alcoholism. All you do is spread hatred.

Roger Amick said...

Leaks are not necessarily false, idiot. Leaks brought down Richard Nixon. You assume that they are false because that is the only way to try and protect the Republican President.

As I said and you in your usually cowardly way, you have nothing to miss prove the allegations.

Loretta Russo said...

"if only the story was true and could actually be corroborated by someone other than an anonymous source you might be onto something alky."

I don't think he's going to understand any of that.

Loretta Russo said...

"Liver needs to turn in his man card" - Cali

You're assuming he has a man card....

Loretta Russo said...

"You folks don't know shit."

We know bullshit when we see it.

opie said...

Blogger Loretta Russo said...
"Liver needs to turn in his man card" - Cali

You're assuming he has a man card....

Look who has wind whistling through her head......

KD, Stocks at all time Highs, Wealth is back in style said...

As MyBalls stated, Hillary coughed her way thru, almost, stopped , drank some water, took some medicine and then continued to tell the masses how she actually won the election "fairly" over Sanders and Trump.

That kind of talk is what I want to have her continue to do at every paid speaking forum she does.

Did you see Jane Lovelace doing his Monica on this blog to the Obama's, funny shit, to think anyone would ever follow his religious path.

Loretta Russo said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Loretta Russo said...

LOL, his son is as crazy as him...

"Prosecutors are filing criminal charges against eight counter-protesters who disrupted the “March 4 Trump” rally at the Minnesota State Capitol on March 4. Among those charged is Linwood Kaine, the son of former Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine."

Loretta Russo said...

"to think anyone would ever follow his religious path."

They don't.

He doesn't have a church, he was canned.

KD, Hillary/Obama Sucking all the O 2 said...

And still dems lost. This is how unpopular they are right now"

CHT, IF one reads the junk news at Huffpo, DizzyKuz or other DemStream BS, you will find that the Elections in KS and the latest one were actually huge victories for the Obama/Hillary/Ried/Polosi/Warren camp, that by losing and not gaining those seats THEY actually WON.

Loretta Russo said...

"Police arrested a prominent Democratic leader and staff member for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on child pornography charges, according to the New York Post."

KD, Earning his Radical Badge said...

Linwood Kaine, the son of former Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine."

I love it, the rotten dumb ass did not fall far from the Radical Leftist tree.


He had been charged with Felony Rioting, Destruction of Private Property and resisting LEO's.

james said...

Analysis | Jared Kushner trying to secretly talk to the Russians is the biggest billow of smoke yet
The Washington Post
Amber Phillips
11 hrs ago
Manafort in Russian spotlight

The Washington Post's national security team just reported that during the transition, Jared Kushner proposed to the Russians that they set up a secret channel of communication using secure Russian facilities. That's what the Russian ambassador to the United States told Moscow about a December conversation he had with Trump's son-in-law and top adviser.
This is a damning piece of news for the White House caught under an avalanche of revelations about its dealings with Russia.

If it's true, it's the most difficult for them to explain in the context of an FBI investigation into Russia meddling in the U.S. election and whether Trump's campaign helped. Why would Trump's transition team need to secretly talk to the Russians, using their Russian channels?

Everything we've learned these past few weeks as it relates to the FBI's investigation into Russia is noteworthy, but it can be caveated with a reasonable explanation from the Trump White House. This news is much more difficult to caveat.

THE ARTICLE CONTINUES. OH HOW IT CONTINUES.

james said...

Secret back channels. Meeting with the Russians. Forgetting to disclose your meetings with the Russians. (Kushner is just one of several current and former Trump campaign officials who held meetings with the Russians, then forgot to share those meetings.)

If the Trump campaign did not work with Russia to try to influence the election, they certainly had a lot of interactions with the Russians that they didn't want the U.S. government and/or the public to know about.

KD said...

Post Election when President Elect Trump is Establishing contacts around the world , his son-in-law made a contact with the Russians.

What crime is that ?

Do not run off and hide Jane Lovelace, like you and Alky always do when you bring a topic to this the adult blog.

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo

james said...

Well before any of this was public, Team Trump's meetings with Russians raised eyebrows for former CIA director John Brennan, who told Congress recently:

"[B] the time I left office on January 20, I had unresolved questions in my mind as to whether or not the Russians had been successful in getting U.S. persons involved in the campaign or not to work on their behalf, again, either in a witting or unwitting fashion. And so, therefore, I felt as though the FBI investigation was certainly well-founded and needed to look into those issues."

Since then, revelations about the Trump campaign's relationship with Russia have made their interactions look more — not less — suspicious. That Kushner may have tried to establish secret communications with the Russians tops that list.

KD, Funny Jane, keep going said...

Since Nov 9th, 2016 when the Demstream left lost the Election to President Trump we have seen a new kind of low life leftist so called "reporting"

"If it's true" The Washington Post's national security team

When did it become standard operating procedure for the Demstream Press to not verify a story, yet run it up the flag pole all the same?

james said...

Has Russia Probe Paralyzed Trump?

Mike Allen: “A hot theory is that Trump can’t clean house because those inside know too much to be let go, and outsiders (beyond old campaign hands) can’t be trusted with what they’d learn.”

KD, "If it is true" LOL wow nada reporting said...

typical Jane, nothing but a cut n paste queen.

Who Knew said...

TAORMINA, Italy (Reuters) – Asked about reports that Donald Trump’s son-in-law had tried to set up a secret channel of communication with Russia before the president took office, U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said that so-called “back-channeling” was normal.

McMaster declined to speak specifically about the case of Jared Kushner, who serves as a senior adviser to Trump, but when asked if it would concern him if someone in the administration tried to set up a back channel with the Russian embassy or the Kremlin, he replied “no”.

“We have back-channel communications with any number of individual (countries). So generally speaking, about back-channel communications, what that allows you to do is communicate in a discreet manner,” McMaster said.

“So it doesn’t pre-expose you to any sort of content or any kind of conversation or anything. So we’re not concerned about it.”

KD, Trump has the Left sucking pistols said...

“A hot theory"

No proof, no crime, no charges, just keep cut n pasting Jane

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo

james said...

Trump's not in trouble. You can tell by the headlines at politicalwire.com:

CIA Would Consider Kushner's Actions Espionage

Has Russia Probe Paralyzed Trump?

Trump Aides Enter Risky Stage of Russia Probe

Kushner Had Undisclosed Contacts With Russian Envoy

Putin Ally Wants Immunity to Testify

Kushner Wanted Secret Back Channel to Moscow

Senate Intelligence Requests Trump Campaign Documents

Trump Mulls Senior Staff Shakeup

Trump To Set Up Scandal War Room

Loretta Russo said...

"typical Jane, nothing but a cut n paste queen."

He's a ghetto pedophile.

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo

james said...

Now I must stop posting spam so
I can put the finishing touches
on the sermon I will not be delivering
tomorrow at the church I am not serving (snicker).

Anonymous said...


Fuck off jerk

KD, Bye Jane, loser said...

He's a ghetto pedophile. " Yep

Notice that The Feckless Five (ALky, Jane, WP, oDopie and notsoIndy)

are sure President Trump must be guilty , they are just unable to tell us the USC that states the crime he committed.

Funny to watch, Hillary will never ever be President, that alone is a Victory for America that President Trump will always be thanked for

wphamilton said...

So Kushner had secret meetings with the Russian Ambassador, and wanted to use the Russian Embassy secure communications equipment for ongoing secret communications. He failed to disclose these contacts (eg, lied). Kushner also held secret meetings with an official of the Russian bank.

Why indeed would Trump have a trusted family member conduct these meetings, rather than do it himself? What a question. A better question is, why does Kushner hold his position in the first place? Maybe not simply nepotism after all.

This doesn't look good for the Trump team. Especially after Trump declaring in no uncertain terms that neither he nor anyone he knows has had any contact with the Russians, period. Why did Trump lie about it? Legitimate contacts don't have to be hidden from Congress and our Intelligence services.

opie said...

Loretta Russo said...
"Police arrested a prominent Democratic leader and staff member for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on child pornography charges, according to the New York Post."


Troll by the idiot of kansas......who thinks this helps trump.... dayum midget minded dolt.

Anonymous said...

Legitimate contacts don't have to be hidden from the American people

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo

Loretta Russo said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Loretta Russo said...

Liar.

You'll be here when you would be preaching, just like every Sun, pedo.

Loretta Russo said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Anonymous said...


Obama's back channel communications don't count

james said...


ROGER'S 9:46 AM POST IS WORTH REPEATING

Roger Amick said...
Since you brought it up, yes I will speak four or five minutes on my fifth AA birthday. But I don't brag. I speak humbly on the truth that yes, I could not control my self. You can look up the twelve steps, and see if you could find a way to remove the clouds of hatred that hovers over your head,24/7. Hypocrisy Anonymous is your only chance.

I speak humbly to those who still are struggling with the addiction to alcoholic beverages. I have had several times, especially youngsters, off to the side, thank me for helping them see a good sound and wonderful like, without alcohol. It is dangerous for approximately 10% of the population. It's not a weakness of character, you have that in spaids, but an addiction to a powerful and cunning chemical.

I have even better than my birthday on Thursday, my lovely Panamanian wife, got a letter from the Kaiser Permanente mammography department. It stated that the tumor cells were completely gone. She only needs a mammogram once a year.

For the last six months, the first thing I do is swear the serenity prayer, and asked for good health for my wife.

Jimmy, I bring people to tears, and even better, may save the life threatening disease of alcoholism. All you do is spread hatred.
May 27, 2017 at 9:46 AM

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo

Loretta Russo said...

Ghetto.....

"Michelle Obama Violated Church Law With What She Wore Into Cathedral"

http://conservativetribune.com/obamas-break-rules-old-church/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=WesternJournalism&utm_content=2017-05-26&utm_campaign=manualpost

Loretta Russo said...

yes alky, a felony. a felonious felony.

and that oval office "red phone" that used to be a direct line to the kremlin?

another felonious felony. and that existed for years..



from the felonious wikipedia who is probably committing a felony by posting this:


The Moscow–Washington hotline (formally known in the United States as the Washington-Moscow Direct Communications Link;[1] Russian: Горячая линия Вашингтон — Москва, tr. Goriachaia liniia Vashington–Moskva) is a system that allows direct communication between the leaders of the United States and the Russian Federation. This hotline was established in 1963 and links the Pentagon with the Kremlin (historically, with Soviet Communist Party leadership across the square from the Kremlin itself).[1][2] Although in popular culture known as the "red telephone", the hotline was never a telephone line, and no red phones were used. The first implementation used Teletype equipment, and shifted to fax machines in 1986.[3]

Since 2008, the Moscow–Washington hotline is a secure computer link over which messages are exchanged by email.[4]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moscow%E2%80%93Washington_hotline

opie said...

Loretta Russo said...
Ghetto.....

Flaming asshole!!!!!!

opie said...


Blogger Loretta Russo said...
Spam by the pedo

May 27, 2017 at 11:14 AM
Blogger Loretta Russo said...
You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL
The stupidity of a typical low IQ trump voter continues unabated. No wonder why this blog has gone down the shitter with quality input like this. LOLOLOL
May 27, 2017 at 11:14 AM
Blogger Loretta Russo said...
Liar.

You'll be here when you would be preaching, just like every Sun, pedo.

May 27, 2017 at 11:15 AM
Blogger Loretta Russo said...
You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

opie said...

Loretta the twat Ruski posted.....


another felonious felony. and that existed for years..

Yer a bigger asshole than rat, kd, or menstral combined. Way to go skag face.....

Loretta Russo said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Loretta Russo said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Loretta Russo said...

Have you heard of this study?

"Physically Weak Men More Likely To Be Socialists

An academic study from researchers at Brunel University London assessed 171 men, looking at their height, weight, overall physical strength and bicep circumference, along with their views on redistribution of wealth and income inequality. The study, published in the Evolution and Human Behavior journal, found that weaker men were more likely to favor socialist policies than stronger men."

😉 NOT surprised, LOL.

opie said...

Loretta the twit posted

"Physically Weak Men More Likely To Be Socialists

And weak minded alcoholic indians are likely to be republicon's LOLOL

wphamilton said...

Lorretta, doesn't that really mean that big fat guys are less likely to be socialists? It sounds like a meta-study that failed to properly control for the variables.