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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Mysterious eighth member of Don Jr illegal conspiracy meeting revealed...

Ike Kaveladze has been identified as the eighth member of the treasonous meeting in question. The man is a U.S. Citizen and businessman (a vice president who works with real estate and financing for a firm) and thought he was there to act as translator. Obviously an elaborate lie to prevent any additional exposure to the horrifying depths of this grand evil plot.


This is definitely the straw that breaks the camels back, because (get this)... he works for a Russian based real estate company. He is an immigrant from Russia. On top of all that, he apparently speaks Russian.

If this doesn't prove that the Trump campaign conspired with the Russians to hack and ultimately release DNC and Clinton campaign emails, I don't know what would. Seriously, are those silly cynics actually asking for real evidence or something?


21 comments:

rrb said...



today's liberals would have all americans of russian descent locked up in internment camps a la FDR.


opie said...

He is an immigrant from Russia. On top of all that, he apparently speaks Russian.

Shocking, a russian immigrant who speaks russian. Only CH would find that amazing. LOL.....Must again be clinton's fault since he entered the US in 1991......Hate when that happens

James said...

When they subpoena Shrump's tax returns, we'll see then what's been going on between Shrump and Russia.

OBAMACARE WILL BE A SUCCESS James said...

This thread is going nowhere. Here's what's really significant:

It’s Hard to Take Something Away from Voters

“In the end, Republicans relearned a lesson that has bedeviled them since the New Deal: An American entitlement, once established, can almost never be retracted,” the New York Times reports.

“Since the day the Affordable Care Act passed Congress, Republicans have vowed to overturn it…. But in the intervening years, as millions of Americans have become insured under the law that was derisively tagged with President Barack Obama’s name, the health care program has become more and more popular, even with Republican governors.”

rrb said...




It’s Hard to Take Something Away from Voters
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not at all.

just let it collapse under the weight of its own lies.

quite easy, really.

Amused, James said...

Go ahead and do that. You own it now.

Amused and encouraged, James said...

An Epic Failure for Republicans

Dan Balz: “By any measure, the collapse of the Senate health-care bill represents an epic failure for the Republican Party and a major embarrassment for President Trump. The crusade that animated — and bound — conservatives for seven years proved to be a mirage, an objective without a solution. Power comes with consequences.

“There is no way to spin to those who were promised that the Affordable Care Act would be repealed and replaced once Republicans held full power in Washington that what has happened is the fault of forces outside the party. This has been a Republican undertaking from start to finish. It is as if Republicans unknowingly set a trap and then walked into it without having prepared escape routes.”

Good old gentle democracy minded James said...

Donald Trump, Then and Now

“I alone can fix it.”
— Donald Trump, speaking at the Republican national convention in July 2016.

“I’m not going to own it.”
— President Trump, quoted by the AP, after the GOP effort to repeal Obamacare collapsed.

The Republican Health Care Bill Is Dead

“With their bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act in tatters, Senate leaders on Tuesday pushed to vote on a different measure that would repeal major parts of President Obama’s health law without a replacement — but that plan appeared also to collapse,” the New York Times reports.

Sens. Susan Collins (R-ME), Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) “immediately declared they could not vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act without a replacement — enough to doom the effort before it could get any momentum.

“The collapse of the Senate Republican health bill — and the failing struggle to find yet another alternative — highlighted a harsh reality for Senate Republicans: While Republican senators freely assailed the health law while Mr. Obama occupied the White House, they have so far not been able to come up with a workable plan to unwind it that would keep both moderate Republicans and conservatives on board.”

Amused, James said...

Headline:
Critics From All Sides Hammer McConnell

He deserves it.

Roger Amick said...

Drip Drip Drip

Trump had undisclosed hour-long meeting with Putin at G-20 summit

After his much-publicized, two-and a quarter-hour meeting early this month with Russian President Vladi­mir Putin at the Group of 20 summit in Germany, President Trump met informally with the Russian leader for an additional hour later the same day.

The second meeting, unreported at the time, took place at a dinner for G-20 leaders, a senior administration official said. Halfway through the meal, Trump left his own seat to occupy a chair next to Putin. Trump was alone, and Putin was attended only by his official interpreter.

The encounter underscores the extent to which Trump was eager throughout the summit to cultivate a friendship with Putin. During last year’s campaign, Trump spoke admiringly of Putin and at times seemed captivated by him.

Meeting each other face-to-face for the first time in Hamburg, the two presidents seemed to have a chemistry in their more formal bilateral session, evidenced by the fact that it dragged on for more than two hours.

But Trump’s newly-disclosed conversation with Putin at the G-20 dinner is likely to stoke further criticism, including perhaps from some fellow Republicans in Congress, that he is too cozy with the leader of a major U.S. adversary.

https://ieonline.microsoft.com/#ieslice

If we didn't have a free press, we would never know about this formerly secret meeting.

If this was printed in Russia, the reporters life span would be very short.

Commonsense said...

If the dinner was public how is it that it was "newly-disclosed"?

Roger Amick said...

The meeting after the public dinner, took place after the dinner. This was never "disclosed" until the New York Times story. The President and Putin and his translator were the only people there.

Loretta said...

No pedophilia to swoon over yet today Pastor James Boswell?

Loretta said...

No pedophilia to swoon over yet today Pastor James Boswell?

Loretta said...

LorettaJuly 17, 2017 at 3:44 PM

Apparently there isn't any pedophilia for pastor James Boswell to swoon over yet today.

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Amused, James said...July 17, 2017 at 3:54 PM

What I do on my own is my own business

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LorettaJuly 17, 2017 at 4:03 PM

There's the admission."

No pedophilia to swoon over yet today Pastor James Boswell?

Commonsense said...

The meeting after the public dinner, took place after the dinner.

What a surprise? It's all just hyperbole.

The White House slammed reports Tuesday that President Trump had a previously undisclosed meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit.

“There was no ‘second meeting’ between President Trump and President Putin, just a brief conversation at the end of a dinner,” a White House official said, reports The Washington Times. “The insinuation that the White House has tried to ‘hide’ a second meeting is false, malicious and absurd.”

The Associated Press story cited National Security Council spokesman Michael Anton who clarified that the conversation between the two leaders was a “conversation over dessert [that] should not be characterized as a meeting.”


To clarify, the "meeting" was an after dinner conversation right at the table.

And it wasn't a secret, it was in public for all, especially the hyperbolic news media to see.

Is it any wonder they are losing credibility right and left?

C.H. Truth said...

Sure Rog...

and if the Washington Post told you to jump off a bridge...

James said...

Tell us how you feel about the great Republican success with their healthcare bill, Ch.

James said...

Strange. The great Republican healthcare debacle dominated ALL the news last night, even that on the those of the conservative talk show blowtorches (Hannity screaming at the Republicans, Larry Elder too).

Yet there is no thread about it here.

Ashamed, aren't you, Ch?

Commonsense said...

Actually the great failure was passing Obamacare in the first place.

Now that the law is falling apart with such awful speed, repeal without replace will start to look like a good option.

Especially to those RINO hypocrites who for voted for repeal when it didn't have a chance pass an Obama veto and then go AWOL when there's a real chance it would pass.

good old gentle decent democracy minded James said...

Republican anger with Republicans is so refreshing.