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Discussion in 'The War Room' started by Last Samurai, Mar 20, 2017.
You didn't answer my question Pan
How can I agree to something when the FBI just said that they can't issue a conclusion? I certainly don't know more than they do.
But since we're in that area - you can agree that Obama wasn't wiretapping Trump, right?
Because its been going on for months, its underming the legitimacy of the presidency and thus our government, and the whole thing looks shady and manufactured.
I mean yeah, let the FBI conclude their investigation but until someone produces something even remotely compromising perhaps you should let it go?
This is a totally different situation, why would I agree to that?
I don't recall ever reading them saying Russia hacked the actual election.
Because it's an accusation that accused a former head of state of an Impeachable offense. An accusation that has absolutely no evidence to prove it occurred and everyone that would have knowledge of it has categorically denied it ever happened. How does that accusation not look shady and manufactured to you when the source is fake news outlets?
>Possibly the biggest scandal in Presidential politics of all time.
>No big deal just let it go.
Point them out
This has become a really tiresome semantic debate, which is characteristic of dishonesty and hostility. I'm happy to put it out of its misery.
Everybody on this debate field is in agreement that "hacked the election" refers to the Russian hacking of the DNC and the release of that information by Russia to Wikileaks. There is no other sense in which the election was "hacked" regardless of the terminology used (for example, Russia didn't hack our voting technology). The insistence by the right on the terminology creates a strawman that allows them to sidestep the evaporation of their position that Russia did not meddle, influence, hack, our election. It's done and dusted. There is no debate about what hacking the election means (regardless of it being a bad choice of terms, which it is, but that is not material). There is also no longer debate among reasonable people about whether Russia hacked the DNC, whether they then gave that information to Wikileaks, and there is no debate about the effectiveness of Russian propaganda on the American electorate.
That's some bu//$hit right there.
In other words, you're comfortable in ignoring the facts, and prefer to further indulge in your baseless conspiracy theories instead.
This is why the left is a joke. Y'all make fun of Alex Jones, but at least he's just one guy. The conspiracy theories and far reaching conclusions you guys come to, is a collective effort.
Can you be any more cringeworthyngly dramatic?
Can you think of a bigger possible Presidential scandal than potentially having a President colluding with a foreign power in order to get elected?
I think that would top blowjobs in the oval office.
Nothing tops blow jobs in the oval office. That's the top level.
How about something involving russian spies and plastic sheets...
Only if you do it in the oval office, from the podium on the Senate floor, or at the United Nations.
"Colluding".... Give me a break man.
First it was the ....
then it was the
now he's president and it's down to "colluding with Russia" and impeachment.
When will this trail of tears end and we can move on? Can it be done by 2018?
True. "Watersports in Mar a Lago" doesn't really carry that epic weight.
I'm just waiting on the Justin Trudeau/Ivanka Trump video from the west wing. From Hilton to Trump. Crossing the rubicon, etc.