Jul 25, 2018

Trump Is Clearly In Bed With Putin. GOP Are Clearly In Bed With Trump... Are Trump And The GOP Pandering To Putin As An Election Strategy? i.e. "It Worked Before So Why Not Again?"

1. Height Of Hypocrisy 6: GOP & Fox News Helps Trump In Obstruction Of Justice Showing They Don't Care About The Rule Of Law... And Now, The Nation Is in A Constitutional Crisis!
2. TRAITORS! Proofs Of Trump And The GOP Being Traitors! (A Walk-through The Russia Lies & Coverups)
3. GOP Treason Tactics: Documenting Some Of The Obstruction Of Justice Attempts By The Republicans Using Memos (Such As the Nunes Memo)
4. Trump Said He Would "Drain The Swamp" And Now He Has Become The Swampiest Of Them All! And The GOP Support This.

This post is basically a collection of videos of all the proof that Trump is in league with Putin and GOP is helping Russia with their actions (probably manipulating Trump to pass thier treasonous bills before his behavior ends GOP rule forever... though they are throwing out a few decoys that might be enough for thier followers who only need one example of a problem with thier "enemy/Democrat" to support a traitorous GOP politician who acts sincere). Anyways, GOP are traitors by not impeaching Trump by now which is all that matters from a political standpoint (& the fact that thier careers can be ended with 9/11 since a large portion of thier base believes in it and will probably go with whoever can take out the 9/11 traitors).

Mueller indictment suggests Russia did listen to Trump The new document says Russian officers tried to hack Hillary Clinton on the same day in 2016 that Donald Trump asked them to.

Trump On Russia's Election Meddling: 'We're All To Blame'
Donald Trump was a few feet away from the man who orchestrated an attack on American democracy. So, of course, he confronted Hillary Clinton.


McFaul: Trump with Putin shows U.S. 'national security crisis' Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia, talks with Rachel Maddow about the public reaction to Donald Trump's deference to Vladimir Putin at their Helsinki press conference, and what the appropriate public response is to the realization that Donald Trump is beholden to another country.

Maddow: Time for Americans to face 'worst case scenario' on Trump Rachel Maddow notes that what ultimately explains a host of inexplicable developments in the story of the Donald Trump campaign is the worst case scenario that Trump is compromised by Russia, and points to the unfolding legal case as a guide for how to understand what has happened and what to do about it.

Russian theft of DNC data paralleled Trump camp strategy changes Glen Caplin, former senior national spokesman for the Clinton campaign, talks with Rachel Maddow about the theft of DNC analytics by Russian hackers, and how actions by the Trump campaign suggest they were using insights gained from the attack.

A token response by the GOP traitors. Impeachment is, of course, more appropriate which the GOP can't do given that they are traitors;

Senate decided in 3 mins to rebuke Trump House GOP members rebuffed Reps. Swalwell and Schiff’s attempt to subpoena the Trump/Putin interpreter but the Senate unanimously rebuked Trump for considering letting Russia interrogate U.S. Citizens. Rep. Swalwell and Amb. Nick Burns join Lawrence.

Finally There Is Bipartisan Agreement: Trump Blew It
It took the President of the United States siding with Russia to bring Democrats and Republicans together, for once.

Ass kissing for Trump...

Republicans on board with Trump in odd deference to Russian goals Rachel Maddow reports on a Republican congressional delegation to Moscow behaving awkwardly deferential in a way that dovetails with Donald Trump acceding to Russia's wish list despite the conclusions of American intelligence that Russia is actively attacking the foundation of the US system of government.

And Thus ass kissing for Putin...

Unusual Republican delegation trip to Moscow marked by meekness Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia, talks with Rachel Maddow about the unusual nature of the Republican congressional visit to Moscow.

Clearly the GOP had only one goal with the Strozok hearing. To create soundbites for thier mouthpiece Fox News to use to create false stories. It was done so badly even some conservatives couldn't defend it (if it was done well they would have defended it) 

Strzok holds his own as Republicans try to put on show at hearing Rachel Maddow reviews some highlights as well as some newly learned details from FBI Agent Peter Strzok's testimony in Congress as Strzok stood up to Republicans bent on political showmanship.

Nadler: Republican hearings are shows intended to help Trump Rep. Jerrold Nadler, top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about Republican efforts to use hearings in Congress to try to undermine the Mueller investigation to help Donald Trump.

If nothing else, Republicans have made it clear that they think their base is stupid and believe anything they say as long as they compliment their base on being smart from time to time;

Republicans run to Fox News to gloat about the Peter Strzok hearing that actually backfired on them Republicans and Fox News are outraged over some personal texts, but the hearing on supposed FBI bias failed to produce any evidence that Strzok acted on his beliefs

Months of breathless hype and absurd conspiracy theories in conservative media about supposed anti-Trump bias in the FBI culminated yesterday in a charade of a congressional hearing featuring FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok. Strzok answered questions for nine hours about his handling of the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server and the ongoing investigations into President Donald Trump and his campaign’s potential links to the Russian government. Afterward, Republican officials flocked to Fox News to declare victory, but neither could present any evidence that Strzok acted on the political beliefs expressed in his now-infamous text messages.
Strzok has been at the center of a firestorm largely manufactured by Fox News after text messages he sent to a colleague, with whom he was romantically involved, were publicly released by Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz. The texts expressed animus toward then-candidate Trump and concern for American national security should Trump win the presidency. Fox News and congressional Republicans have since selectively and deceptively hyped the texts, alternately leveling absurd and unfounded personalattacks against Strzok, the FBI, and the special counsel’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Sean Hannity was especially outraged by Strzok’s characterization of Trump supporters in southern Virginia, saying Strzok referred to them as “smelly hillbillies that like Walmart” (the comments in questionactually read, “Just went to a southern Virginia Walmart. I could SMELL the Trump support,” and “Loudon is being gentrified, but it's still largely ignorant hillbillys (sic)”).

Even though Fox News is trying to pull out all the stops to assist Republicans in advancing a narrative around another charade investigation -- all in an attempt to curb the Russia investigation -- the special counsel’s investigation into potential collusion continues. The federal trial on “bank fraud and other financial charges” levied at Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager, begins on July 25, and prosecutors have asserted that the charges include a link to the Trump campaign.

If nothing else, Hannity has shown that he is a hypocrite when it comes to his own standard of "a President under investigation puts the nation in a constitutional crisis" at least for Hillary...

Sean Hannity: "The timing" of Mueller indicting 12 Russians "is very dubious to me"

NIGEL FARAGE: Isn’t it ironic that so much of the mainstream media says that President Trump somehow is in league with Vladimir Putin. You know the last thing Putin wants is for NATO to be strong and Trump I think is making it stronger.
SEAN HANNITY (HOST): You believe that? Or the media is saying that?
FARAGE: The media is saying that.
HANNITY: I think just the opposite. If you pay very close attention, and it’s interesting, we’ve got some things going on in the United States. You know the special counsel, and Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, today they announced the indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officer in the lead up to this, which the timing is very dubious to me.

Tom Steyer on impeachment push after Trump-Putin summit Billionaire activist Tom Steyer has been calling for the impeachment of Donald Trump - and after a week like this one, you have to wonder how much traction it's gaining.

This post is based on the premise that Trump is intelligent enough to understand all the reports from others AND his own party that confirm Russian/Putin election meddling but lacks the intelligence normal Republicans show when throwing out decoys to hide the fact that they are traitors. Republicans have already attacked America on 9/11, with the misleading Iraq war for oil profits, the economy under bush, the economy again under Trump, encouraged racism by putting forth only token resistance, etc. Even now the Republicans are throwing out a decoy to make it seem like they protested trump about Russia but he did nothing when it lies within their power to impeach Trump for his obvious crimes against the State and the American people (which the GOP are now intricately involved in and are thus committed to defend until they have to throw out another token decoy, then media and Democrats will have their backs to some extent by not saying "so and so corrupt official who lies all the time says..." thus creating an impression that the GOP are being honorable to some extent and not just throwing out a grade 5 level decoy).

If the best way top describe the GOP is "evil but stupid" (and it is) then the best way to describe Trump is "super evil and super stupid". For Trump to be the GOP's leader is a blessing the universe has given us that has yet to be taken advantage of (this is the perfect time to get rid of the GOP once and for all, yes, some people will be sensitive about the gOP crimes and be against talking bad about then the way they might feel if they discover thier family member is a serial killer but that doesn't mean we should talk nicer to placate the lovers of evil murderers).

More videos of perspectives and evidence;

Who Needs Allies When You've Got Foes Like Vladimir?
The president's trip to Europe looks like it will be mutually beneficial to Trump and his closest international allies. But enough about Putin...

Red Hot Congressional Strzok Fest 2018
Describing Peter Strzok's congressional hearing as 'going off the rails' is an insult to defective trains.

Здравствуйте to Our New Mother Russia | July 18, 2018 Act 1 | Full Frontal on TBS
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Published on 18 Jul 2018 This week, many Republicans found out Trump is terrible for the first time, all over again.

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Stephen isn't the only person shocked to hear Trump invited Putin to the White House. So was Trump's Director of National Intelligence.

The Putin Plot Thickens with an Alleged Russian Spy | The Daily Show
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Published on 19 Jul 2018 Maria Butina is accused of infiltrating U.S. politics as an agent of Moscow, and Michael Kosta can’t believe how lazy Russian spies have gotten.

Maria Butina, The Russia Agent, Had A Republican Boyfriend
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Published on 20 Jul 2018 Not only did Russian agent Maria Butina infiltrate the NRA's social circles, she also seduced one well-connected power player in conservative politics.

Trump’s Disastrous Summit with Vladimir Putin | The Daily Show - Trump defends Putin at a summit in Helsinki, throwing U.S. intelligence under the bus.

Trump Blames a Slip of the Tongue for his Putin Summit Debacle | The Daily Show - Team Trump had 24 hours to come up with a reason why the president threw U.S. intel under the bus while standing next to Putin, and the best they could come up with was that he misspoke.

Trump Doing a Bad Thing Publicly Doesn’t Make it Better - Between The Scenes | The Daily Show - Because Trump asked Russia to hack Hillary's emails in public, it’s somehow not as big a deal.

Trump Walks Back His 'Would' For A 'Wouldn't'

Trump changes one word. What about the rest? Trump tried to undo the damage from his Putin press conference, but Trump only undid the damage from one line that he said. Lawrence says there are many other lines from that press conference which show Trump's true intentions against the U.S. intelligence community. Ned Price, Jill Wine-Banks and Tim O'Brien discuss. Duration: 20:47

Could Trump’s tax returns explain Helsinki performance? The only reporter to obtain a complete Trump tax return, Tim O'Brien, tells Lawrence O'Donnell the information in Pres. Trump's tax returns would help answer whether Trump is "beholden" to Vladimir Putin. David Frum explains why Trump's tax returns have become a national security concern.

Lawrence: Putin made a big mistake in his presser with Trump Lawrence points out that in the Trump-Putin press conference, Putin admitted that he preferred Trump to win the election and that he ordered officers to help Trump win. Lawrence says that reveal by Putin is a "smoking gun" moment.

What happened at the Peter Strzok hearing FBI agent Peter Strzok, who Republicans spent more than nine hours haranguing, may be the single person Donald Trump most owes his presidency.

Rep. Swalwell: Marathon GOP-led hearing ‘wrong hearing, wrong priorities’ Congressman Swalwell says that the Republican-led hearing of FBI agent Peter Strzok should never have happened. Swalwell accused Republicans of asking deliberately misleading questions in an attempt to discredit the Mueller probe. Lawrence also discusses with David Frum.

Warrants show Trump camp adviser was believed to be Russian agent Rachel Maddow reports on the FISA warrant application for Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page.

Retired four-star general: Trump gave Putin a green light Gen. Barry McCaffrey says the president is enabling Russia's aggression throughout Europe and the Middle East - and in the U.S.

GOP's "Height Of Hypocrisy" Series

Overview Of The GOP/Republicans

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