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Trump Conspired With the Russians to Violate US Election Law

Updated on July 27, 2017

Trump will do anything to stop the investigation into his collusion with the Russians.

Trump’s team wrote the original version propaganda that was disseminated to his supporters regarding a meeting—we will never know how many other similar meetings there were, in which his campaign colluded with the Russians.

For the Russians to collude with Trump they would want to get something from Trump.

The Russians have been working on making Trump Jr. their agent for some time.

Trump Jr. swore he would testify under oath, which since he said it meant it was least likely thing to occur.

It isn’t only Trump Jr., Kushner and Manafort, but Sessions also, who have been exposed as colluding with Russians recently.

Trump knows that the investigations are getting closer and closer to him and is considering attacking all of those who are investigating him.

The firing of Spicer and the hiring of Scaramucci signals that Trump will more aggressively attack the truth—if that is imaginable.

Trump conspired with the Russians to violate US election law.

We will hear from GOP operatives that Trump Jr. wouldn’t apprise his father about his attempts to get derogatory information about Hillary Clinton from Russia, which is a foreign adversary. If you believe that then Don the con has some real estate he wants to sell you, probably to accomplish laundering Russian money. The article “Donald Trump Jr. and Russia: What the Law Says”states “A federal law, Section 30121 of Title 52, makes it a crime for any foreigner to contribute or donate money or some “other thing of value” in connection with an American election, or for anyone to solicit a foreigner to do so. Legal experts struggled to identify any precedent for prosecutions under that statute, but that phrase is common in other federal criminal statutes covering such crimes as bribery and threats, said Richard L. Hasen, an election-law professor at the University of California, Irvine. Courts have held, in other contexts, that a “thing of value” can be something intangible, like information.

Robert Bauer, an election-law specialist who served as White House counsel in the Obama administration, argued that this statute covers the Russian government’s paying its spies and hackers to collect and disseminate negative information about Mrs. Clinton to help Mr. Trump win the 2016 election.

“There are firms in the United States that do negative research and sell it to campaigns,” Mr. Bauer argued. “There is no way to take information someone has compiled using resources and say it’s just information and dirt. It’s valuable information and counts as a contribution when given to or distributed for the benefit of a campaign.”…

The unprecedented issues raised by the Trump-Russia affair have led criminal law specialists to delve into other, more creative theories. For example, the federal conspiracy statute also prohibits conspiracies to “defraud” the United States by impeding the federal government’s lawful functions. Randall D. Eliason, a former federal prosecutor who teaches at George Washington University, has argued that this could include a conspiracy to undermine a federal administration of a presidential election.”

Trump is lying about the meeting his son and son-in-law, Kushner and campaign manager, Manafort had with Russians.

We understand Trump and we immediately knew that Trump would disseminate as many different versions of the meeting as he thought he needed to. The July 17, 2017 article “The ever-changing story about Trump Jr.'s meeting -- what we know” states “New revelations about Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting last summer with a Russian lawyer are continuing to surface a week after the revelation rocketed the President's eldest son to the center of allegations of collusion with Russia….

On June 3, 2016, Trump Jr. received an email from Rob Goldstone, a publicist for Emin Agalarov -- a Russian-Azerbaijani pop star who has previously done business with the Trumps alongside his father Aras Agalarov, a Russian real estate mogul with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The emails were publicly released by Trump Jr. this week after The New York Times asked him for comment about the emails.

Goldstone's email informs Trump Jr. that the Russian government is eager to provide "official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary" to the Trump campaign.

"This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government's support for Mr. Trump -- helped along by Aras and Emin," Goldstone said in the email.

Less than 20 minutes later, Trump Jr. makes it clear he's interested: "(I)f it's what you say I love it especially later in the summer."”

Trump’s team wrote the original version propaganda that was disseminated to his supporters regarding the meeting. This misinformation mentioned only a Russian l

The article “Trump approved Don Jr.'s initial statement on Russian attorney meeting, which omitted promise of Clinton dirt: Report” states “President Trump approved the initial statement put out by his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., explaining why he met last summer with a lawyer linked to the Russian government, according to a report Tuesday night.

The New York Times said that Trump signed off on the statement, in which Trump Jr. said the meeting had been primarily related to a ban on adoptions by American families of Russian children.

The original statement was drafted aboard Air Force One by advisers and then approved by Trump himself.”

Why did Trump write the first statement of the meeting? What does that show about the degree of contact between Trump and Trump Jr.? If Trump was that quickly involved with the coverup of the meeting, he was also intimately involved in the crime, the meeting.

As of now we know that in addition to the Russian lawyer there was also a money launderer, and an agent in the Russian intelligence services at the meeting. The article “Eighth person in Trump Tower meeting is identified” states “A U.S.-based employee of a Russian real estate company took part in a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between a Russian lawyer and Donald Trump Jr., bringing to eight the number of known participants at the session that has emerged as a key focus of the investigation of the Trump campaign’s interactions with Russians.

Ike Kaveladze attended the meeting as a representative of Aras and Emin Agalarov, the father-and-son Russian developers who hosted the Trump-owned Miss Universe pageant in Moscow in 2013, according to Scott Balber, an attorney for the Agalarovs who said he also represents Kaveladze…

Balber said Kaveladze recalls the meeting lasted about 30 minutes and mostly involved discussion of the 2012 sanctions law. In attending the meeting, Kaveladze brought a history of controversy.

In 2000, his actions as the head of a Delaware company called International Business Creations were the subject of a congressional investigation of how Russians and other foreigners were able to launder large amounts of money through U.S. banks.

The Government Accountability Office report, which had been requested by then-Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.), concluded that it was “relatively easy” for these foreigners to use shell companies to open U.S. bank accounts and route hidden money through the American financial system.”

The article also states “The Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, was leading an effort to get Congress to lift sanctions imposed in 2012 to punish Russia for human rights abuses, a topic of deep importance to the Russian government. Angered over the law, called the Magnitsky Act, Russia had put a hold on adoptions of children by U.S. families.

Also present at the meeting was Rinat Akhmetshin, a Soviet army veteran whose military service in the 1980s came in a unit whose responsibilities included counterintelligence. Now a Russian American lobbyist, he has earned a reputation as a savvy political operator, at times boosting the reputation of his clients by sullying the reputations of their enemies. He has denied working for the Russian government or intelligence services.”

By the way, the lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, might have had Russian intelligence connections.

We can see how Trump could have benefitted from the meeting. Dirt on Hillary Clinton and the financial motivations that can be accomplished by money laundering for the Russians would have been too significant for Trump to pass up.

What would the Russians have to gain? The Russians wanted the U.S. to stop arming anti-Assad rebels and wanted to have their U.S. compounds returned. They got

The article “Trump ends covert CIA program to arm anti-Assad rebels in Syria, a move sought by Moscow” states “President Trump has decided to end the CIA’s covert program to arm and train moderate Syrian rebels battling the government of Bashar al-Assad, a move long sought by Russia, according to U.S. officials.”

The article “Sebastian Gorka: Trump would return Russian compounds to give 'collaboration' a chance” states “Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump, said Thursday the Trump administration is weighing the return of two Russian diplomatic compounds because it wants to give "collaboration and cooperation a chance."”

If Trump issues a veto of the Russian sanctions, then this rationale will be trotted out again.

Putin also enjoys seeing Trump act like his puppet. Trump gets as a giggly as a teen-age girl whenever he sees Putin as the world saw at the G-20 meeting.

The Russians have been working on making Trump Jr their agent for some time.

The article “Donald Trump Jr. Was Likely Paid at Least $50,000 for Event Held by Hosts Allied With Russia on Syria” states “President Donald Trump’s eldest son was likely paid at least $50,000 for an appearance late last year before a French think tank whose founder and his wife are allies of the Russian government in efforts to end the war in Syria.”

Trump Jr. swore he would testify under oath, which since he said it meant it was least likely thing to occur.

The article “Trump Jr. and Manafort reach deal with Senate panel to avoid public hearing” states “The leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee have cut a deal with President Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., and former campaign chairman Paul Manafort to avoid being subpoenaed for a high-profile public hearing next week, with the two men agreeing to provide records to the panel and to be privately interviewed ahead of any public session.

In a joint statement, panel Chairman Chuck Grassley and ranking member Dianne Feinstein said, "(W)e will not issue subpoenas for them tonight requiring their presence at Wednesday's hearing but reserve the right to do so in the future."

Feinstein tweeted later Friday evening, "The Judiciary Committee will talk to Trump Jr. & Manafort before they testify in public, but we will get answers."

Last week, Trump Jr. told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he would testify under oath about his recently revealed 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russians, where he attempted to get dirt on Hillary Clinton.”

Trump Jr. knew he wouldn’t testify in an open session when he lied to Hannity. The Trumps lie as frequently as they can in order that they can keep in practice.

It isn’t only Trump Jr., Kushner and Manafort, but Sessions also, who have been exposed as colluding with Russians recently.

The article “Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related matters with Russian ambassador, U.S. intelligence intercepts show” states “Russia’s ambassador to Washington told his superiors in Moscow that he discussed campaign-related matters, including policy issues important to Moscow, with Jeff Sessions during the 2016 presidential race, contrary to public assertions by the embattled attorney general, according to current and former U.S. officials.

Ambassador Sergey Kislyak’s accounts of two conversations with Sessions — then a top foreign policy adviser to Republican candidate Donald Trump — were intercepted by U.S. spy agencies, which monitor the communications of senior Russian officials in the United States and in Russia. Sessions initially failed to disclose his contacts with Kislyak and then said that the meetings were not about the Trump campaign.“

Trump doesn’t know anything about the limits of the presidency, so he is openly pondering tactics that have no chance of succeeding.

The article “In tweet storm, Trump decries ‘illegal leaks’ and asserts ‘all agree’ he has complete power to pardon” portrays an unhinged Trump as it states “A defiant President Trump unleashed a flurry of nearly a dozen tweets Saturday morning, asserting that he has the “complete power to pardon” aides, family members and possibly even himself — an apparent response to the special counsel’s widening Russia probe — and decrying “illegal leaks” in the “FAKE NEWS.”

The president also lashed out at a new Washington Post report of previously undisclosed alleged contacts between Attorney General Jeff Sessions — at the time a U.S. senator and senior adviser to Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign — and a Russian official. In a tweet, Trump called the disclosures an illegal new “intelligence leak,” part of his continuing effort to try to shift the public focus to what he claims is a partisan attempt to undermine his presidency.”

In addition to pardoning people, Trump also has been talking about firing Special Counsel Mueller. The article “Can Trump pardon anyone? Himself? Can he fire Mueller? Your questions, answered.” states “If Trump were to pardon Flynn, for example, Flynn might not then be able to assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination if questioned.”

So, Trump could pardon people, but that person then could not plead the Fifth, and that would be worse for Trump.

Regarding pardoning himself, the article states “Brian Kalt, professor of law at Michigan State University, makes a number of other arguments worth assessing. His point in short? A self-pardon would certainly have to be evaluated by the Supreme Court, and there’s not much reason to think that it would be upheld.”

There is nothing Trump can do about impeachment as the article states “Impeachment itself is specifically carved out of the presidential pardon power within the Constitution, so if Trump were impeached, he’d have no counter to that action.”

Regarding if Trump can have Mueller fired the article has a lengthy flowchart. If someone in the chain of command agrees to fire Mueller the article states “Either they’d have to throw out the regulations binding the firing of Mueller or they’d have to establish cause for firing him.

If either of those things is done, Mueller is fired. But the former would be exceptional and, given the bounds of the possible causes for firing special counsel — “misconduct, dereliction of duty, incapacity, conflict of interest, or for other good cause, including violation of Departmental policies” — it’s unlikely that a viable case for firing Mueller could be made in good faith at this point. If a cause can’t be found by Rosenstein, it’s hard to see how he could continue in that position.”

Trump thinks he can reshape America into following his idol, Putin’s Russia. Trump thinks he can fire anyone that disagrees with his desires, as Putin does.

Hiring Scaramucci signals that Trump will more aggressively attack the truth—if that is imaginable.

The article “Trump’s new team offers muddled messages on sanctions, pardons” states “Trump’s top communication aides set out to try to present a united front two days after the president added New York financier Anthony Scaramucci as communications director and promoted Sarah Huckabee Sanders to press secretary after Sean Spicer resigned unexpectedly. Trump has fumed for months over the FBI probe into his campaign’s contacts with Russia, angered that the nonstop media coverage has overshadowed his achievements and stalled his agenda.”

Like a real-estate swindler Trump thinks the deal is all about presentation. He thinks he can keep power if he can spin reality to suits his needs. The article states “Asked about the sanctions almost simultaneously on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Scaramucci noted he’d only been on the job for a few days.

“You’ve got to ask President Trump that. My guess is that he’s going to make that decision shortly,” he said, adding that as far as he knew Trump “hasn’t made the decision yet to sign that bill one way or the other.””

The sanctions bill passed the Senate by a 97-2 vote because our intelligence community has overwhelming evidence that Russia interfered with our 2016 presidential election to help Trump.

This is horrible. Trump wants to brainwash his followers and wants to consolidate his power, because that is what autocrats, such as Putin, would do.


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    • lovemychris profile image

      Cape Wind Girl 3 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Omg....Trump wasn't spied on. People around him were. Because of their Russia skeeviness.

      Well, Trump is the Russian skeeve. Why is he letting Putin continue to hack? Why?

      Why hasn't he implemented those sanctions against an enemy?

      Why? You can't figure it out?


      As far as everything else you say....its pure hateful alt right crap.

      Go volunteer for Trump 2020...youre perfect for it.

      Maybe Pascale is hiring.

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      bradmasterOCcal 3 months ago from Orange County California

      You wrote this in July, and now it is almost March, and way more than a year after the election.

      No fruit found, and not even a scent of fruit coming from this investigation.

      Trump was spied on for a year, and all the way into his presidency, if there was anything, the FBI would have had it. But they have nothing. And how credible is the FBI and the other US intelligence agencies? They failed us on 911, and they failed us about the WMD in Iraq, and they failed us with the several domestic terrorists attacks.

      There latest failure was Parkland.

      Hillary and the Democrats colluded with the Russians on the Steele Report. These continuing now fruit investigations on Trump are trying to influence not only the results of the 2016 election, but the 2018 election as well.

      The democrats won't win because they are not the party of the American People or the Legal immigrants, they are the party of the Illegal Aliens. They have done nothing beneficial for the country or the people. They are obsessed with getting new voters through DACA, and Terrorist infested ME refugees.

      Why should anyone vote Democrat?

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      Cape Wind Girl 5 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Bingo sanctuary. This is HUGE.

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      Sanxuary 5 months ago

      I am catching on to some new stuff that might make this story even more interesting. Nothing positive yet but consider this. Russia hacks e-mails, contacts Trump election team and uses the Info to attempt to rig the election in his favor. Trump claims it did not effect the outcome of the election. Next possible investigation and where it might go. The information was passed on again to the Republican election committee. The information was weaponized and used in several state elections based on those hacks and it did matter a great deal. The Russians would have never had any idea how to use it this way. Now do the research and find out what members were in charge of that committee. You just might discover they are the same people attempting to discredit Muller, attempting to restart Hillary investigations, crying about a dossier that Muller cares little about and even ran to the White House to tell them what the House investigation discovered. This whole thing might get a lot bigger then anyone can imagine. Its all speculation at this point but this is where the news seems to be heading.

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      Cape Wind Girl 7 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Are you serious?? Manafort and Gates on house arrest....Flynn being investigated on kidnapping charges and working for a foreign gvt, Kushner being sued, and just now: donald jr in cahoots with wikileaks the whole time to "get hillary". Wikileaks, who our Intel says is RIS...russian Intelligence.

      Friday, trump became the target: what did he know, and when?

      They are going down for treason. Sorry. Play, you pay.

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      bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

      You wrote this in July, and now it is the middle of November, and more than a year after the election.

      No fruit found, and not even a scent of fruit coming from this investigation.

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      Sanxuary 8 months ago

      I am laughing at the idiots who refuse to find the truth. They honestly think the FBI is not investigating. They think anyone who wants to see traitors who commit treason and hijack are elections and are oppossed to the violations of civil rights prosecuted are democrat. I could careless what party does these things. Thanks Fox news for brain washing my elderly parents. I have to convince them that the deep state is not going to get them. That the other 200 news companies actually report news. That there social security and medicare they spent their entire lives on is theirs to protect. That electing Republicans is cutting their own throats. Stealing your benefits, stealing your rights and most of all destroying whatever is left of this country. Its one thing to be political but you have to be a moron to believe that cutting your own life line is going to help you.

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      Cape Wind Girl 9 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      No. The problem is this degenerate conspired with putin to hack the dnc, take down hillary and run our gvt. A capable, experienced woman with fantastic ideas was gaslighted by a bunch of slobs.

      All you gubmint haters make me laugh.

      Who do you think corrupts a gvt? Gd business people! It has ever been such.

      And money is the great temptor. Ask the gop. Its not just donnie who conspired. A whole lot of them got putin cash thru donnyboy. He launders it for them!

      And they turned a blind eye to this act of war.

      No, the problem isnt just the gvt. Its low minds in high places. That includes your tax free churches who dictate womens lives.

      It includes the business men who buy up stations and allow trash on our public airwaves.

      And it includes american people, who swallow any kind of malarkey if it strokes their ego.

      I will say this. Its a test. And the direction we take is forever. I was just driving home with my grandson...barrons age. And i was thinking about all these kids (young adults i know, but kids to me) who are facing deportation. Leaving the only home they ever knew. I cant think too much. Its too painful. Like the millions who have to worry about their healthcare.

      The friggin kkk......arpaio and his rogue sheriff group.....given the green light. "You know when you load them in your squad cars, dont be too gentle, ok?"

      Im sorry. Trump IS the problem. And anyone who follows him i consider a clear and present danger to the us of a.

      Sides should have been taken long ago.

      There is no middle ground here. Its trump or usa. Choose

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      Ken Burgess 9 months ago from Florida

      No Dear,

      Your laser focus on Trump, and efforts to expose him as hell spawn sent here to torment us all is admirable. But your focus and ire is misplaced.

      The problem is 535 elected officials, one hundred Senators and 435 members of the House of Representatives. Some with a R some with D or an I next to their names.

      That’s where the problems lie. They will not work for the American people, they work for themselves and the corporations and foreign nations that make them multi-millionaires while the American people get screwed.

      They have great health care, they are exempt from most laws. Their latest is installing security systems in their own homes and having it monitored at taxpayer expense.

      These elected officials make at least 10 times as much as the average taxpayer. They can afford to pay for it, but they make sure you do.

      The country is broken, millions are destitute and desperate, America can’t take much more of the nonsense they put out, but the media focuses you on Trump, rather than the real criminals destroying our country.

      The person who believes Trump is the cause of our ills, the person who believes he is the next Hitler, is a stooge... don't be a stooge Dear, focus on the real causes of our problems, most of them have been sitting in D.C. for 30 years getting incredibly wealthy at our expense.

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      Cape Wind Girl 9 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      I wonder....are you tone deaf? The world i live in exists in history....true factual events.

      Not once did i say "watch cnn and find the truth"

      I said go to library, look up old newspaper reports.

      You will find quite a bromance between trump and russia.

      And you will find criminal activity covered up and /or dismissed by bribes.

      I realize the truth is not what you are after.

      You want sympathy for poor poor birtherman, p-grabbing trump.

      I wont do your work for you. Its all out there for anyone to find. And its pre wwweb. No breitbart/ wnd to gin up the hate w lies.

      Personally, i dont care that hes a mafia donny.

      I care that he stole our presidency and our hopeful future.

      And with murdering kgb operator sworn enemy putin at that!

      There is a hot place in torment for him. One that money wont buy his way out of.

      At least thats what he claims to believe.

      And he'll be taking many with him.

      I dont care who it is...feinstein i hear had positive things to say about him. Leading me to think she is compromised by russia too. $$$ is a strong temptor. Or maybe its blackmail...

      But vlad has got to pay, not be handed the keys to our kingdom.

      It will be done. And the rabid right will lose power forevermore.

      I mean, if you go to hell for lying....hes on a first clasd trip!

      "I'll show my tax returns if i win. I promise. I pinky swear"

      Errrr, no he wont. Cause you know what it will show? All his dealings with russia hes been lying about.

      Tsk tsk....a tangled web. But only the willing are deceived.

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      Ken Burgess 9 months ago from Florida

      No Dear,

      Have you spent any time abroad? Russia maybe? The Ukraine? Anywhere overseas for more than a vacation?

      Its like the world you believe exists is the one that CNN is reporting to you about... sadly, CNN is almost entirely fabricated and frivolous information, it reflects the real world about as well as a scratched up circus mirror.

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      Cape Wind Girl 9 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Trump has had ties to russia for 30 years. You may call that nothing, i call it a relationship.

      And no need for you tube videos or ideoligical websites....

      Go to library. What is that technique where you can look up old newspaper stories?

      Use it. You younguns really are not up to date a'tall.

      Trump and vladdy sitting in a tree...a money tree at that.

      P l o t t i n g

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      Ken Burgess 9 months ago from Florida

      I don't want to say the Russian - Trump ties is much ado about nothing, but, well, yeah, its much ado about nothing.

      It helps get CNN ratings and the NYTimes clicks, that's about it. For more relevant information, watch the video below:

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      "Equal rights cabal?" I thought they were Judeo-Christian Fascists? Oh, well. I gave up some time ago on trying to make sense of your comments.

      As for the women's party, Viagra, wars, etc., perhaps you've read the SCUM manifesto a few too many times.

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Lol! My cabal, huh? The equal rights cabal! Cant even get the equal rights amendment passed. Now even dems are saying they can support anti abortion candidates. Ehhhhhhhh. We women will start our own party. You men can go on paying for your viagra, cialis and wars....we will focus on the well being of every little baby born on our mother planet.

      Im fed up and im keeping my head up. And everyone whos sick of religion, wars and gun-nuts can join me.

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      Maybe some of the violent leftists do hate the Democratic Party, but they hate Republicans even more. If not, then why is the violence directed against right-wing people like Steve Scalise and Milo Yiannopolis? How often have they targeted Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders?

      Ah yes, "white male identity." How many times has this trite phrase been regurgitated by a liberal who has no defense? The truth is that the violent leftists are more aligned with you because they share your hatred of Trump and your belief in the illegitimacy of his Presidency.

      So your cabal has been rigging elections for the last 35 years? The time frame in which Clinton and Obama were each elected to two terms? Either your cabal is too incompetent to be feared, or it doesn't exist (hint, go with the latter). But I suppose it's easier to blame a "Christofascist" cabal and "white male identity" than accept one's own shortcomings and failings. Not the best way to win elections, though.

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Wrong. The woman's resistance movement is anti violence. Antifa is violent. Learn the difference! These lefties that hate the Democratic party. In fact, they are more aligned with trump. White male identity if you get it.

      And heres something i just read: 5,300 Colorado voters have unregistered due to kobachs invasive policies. 87% are democratic voters.

      This is how republicans win. Voter suppression, gerrymandering, hacking machines and info and dirty tricks i/e working with the kgb.

      Its been 35+ years of it.

      Trump is illegitimately in are most if the repubs.

      We want the aca. We want gun control. And we want equal rights for all....the majority!!!

      We are strangled by a minority of thieves and ideologues!

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      So now everybody who voted for Trump is in a cult? This is coming from somebody who talks of doomsday, favored ones, the engineering of the cosmos and shadow government.

      Seriously, do you literally believe everything you're told? Do you unquestioningly accept every conspiracy theory or attack against Trump? Do you ever think about it for even a second, or do you blindly take it as fact without hesitation?

      You criticize Trump for allegedly "advocating violence" while your "Resist" groups openly call for violence against anybody who disagrees with them. The same "Resist" groups that rely heavily on propaganda, oppose democracy, and choose the silencing opponents over civil discourse. Something is mirroring Hitler and the Fascism of the 1930s and it isn't Trump...

      Only you and your comrades can't see it.

      How does the Kool-Aid taste?

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Riiiiight. And this being said by a member of the cult of trump.

      Hey, even a yale historian says we are mirroring the fascism and hitler of the 1930's.

      Only trumpettes cant see it.

      Dumpy has been advocating violence since his campaign.

      Admires a man who bludgeons opponents to death.

      Congratulated erdogan on his "win", and says duerte is doing a great job...the guy who mows people down on the street!

      Nah, if anyones drinking poison koolaide, its the %12 who support el duce trump.


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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      In case it went over anybody's head, the above is a reference to Jim Jones and Jonestown.

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      "Quest for superiority," "Christofascism," "favored one," "male savior aeon." You really should stop following socialist apocalypticists wearing Aviator sunglasses. They will let you down in the end; the "agricultural project" in South America is not the utopia you think it's going to be. Leave the compound before it's too late!

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Keep will be harder on you in the end.

      Trump will let you down.

      Then again, you brought it on yourself.

      The quest for superiority will make you all fall flat on your faces.

      The old ways in this country were not so great, and maga leaves a lot to be desired.

      Trump is a mobster....what have you wreaked on America?

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      So there aren't any Reptilians or Druids in your cabal? Good to know.

      You're wrong about the Trump modeling agency conspiracy theory. "Anonymous sources" say he wasn't trafficking humans, but shaved yetis from...RUSSIA!!!

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Druids? Reptilians? Youre listening to too much alex jones, man. Y2k should have taught ya. Hes a big fraud, just like trump.

      Psssst: word is, trumps modeling agency was really a front for human trafficking. Underage girls given older age passports, so rich pervets like don could have sex with minors.

      Just sayin, its what ive heard.

      And don does have an affinity for eastern europe......

      I once worked with a guy from the former chech republic....he said it was the headquarters for the white slavery market....

      But this was a long time ago. About the time mr christian was busy cheating on one of his 3 wives. Grab em', baby, grab em!!!

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      As a general rule I decline to take lectures on being "out of touch" from people who believe themselves to be at war with a secret order of omniscient Druids ruling the world from the shadows.

      Regardless of political views, everyone should be glad the President isn't fighting an imaginary cabal and/or Caligula and/or cosmic beings. I don't expect you to understand or believe what I'm saying about your cabal. I know mere words and irrefutable evidence can't convince you that it isn't real. But if you do decide to take antipsychotics, it should all become clear to you.

      Next time you talk to the Reptilians, tell them I've always been kind to lizards. I want them to remember that when they take over.

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Oh brother, you really are out of touch! Trump is supposed to be fighting the cabal, not in it! You need to lecture the trumpettas, who think Trump will save us from the nwo know, the wall street bankers hes filled his admn with, lol!

      I know there are factions in this world clamoring for power, and using any means to get it. I thinks trumps achilles heel is money.

      Which is quite appropriate to end the aeon with.

      As the old cree saying goes, only when you destroy everything will you realize you cant eat money.

      Trumps role is to facilitate the destruction.

      But it wont work.

      We women have had enough.

      Move over red rover, we taking over!!!

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      I took Trump's comments to be a criticism of the coddling of criminals. In any case, this has no connection to the brownshirts, who were a paramilitary organization. Their purpose, as I've said, was political violence. Just like the anti-Trump groups.

      The Night Wolves, the bikers to whom you were referring, must be from a Soviet country to join. I can't find any evidence of a connection between them and the American bikers who supported Trump.

      Trump doesn't jail political opponents. The secret prisons run by your cabal don't exist. Is Caligula the warden of one of these prisons? Most people believe he'd been dead for millennia, but it wouldn't surprise me if you believe his claims of divinity.

      By the way, the name "Caligula" refers to the tiny shoes he would wear as a child when accompanying his father on military campaigns, not the size of his feet. If you're going to try to make a false equivalence between Trump and Caligula, at least get your facts straight. Of course, you don't have the facts straight about anything else, so I don't know why this should be any different?

      When you say "read the wind" I presume you mean conspiracy theory blogs; I choose not to subscribe to the belief that a secret organization is conspiring with "the favored ones" to conquer the world, and the only people who know about it are crackpots who conveniently have no proof of anything they claim.

      Have fun this weekend, yelling at street signs or whatever it is you do to fight your cabal.

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Ok. How DO you feeel about trump telling the police to be more rough on suspects?

      You know putin uses bikers....

      Bikers for trump.

      You know putin jails opponents.

      "Lock her up" "lock her up"

      Not my fault you cant read the wind. (No, not the whoppers coming out of trumps butt)

      Btw, caligula is who dumpy reminds me of.

      It was only after i googled caligula, that i learned he was teased for his tiny feet.

      Trump has small feet, too. And hands. History swerves.

      Egomaniacs usually have deep insecurity somewhere, dont they?

      Its hard to watch it play out on our dime.

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      Now Caligula is part of your "Judeo-Christo-Fascist" cabal?!? He was a Roman pagan who didn't like the Jews and didn't seem to care about Christians, and whose death predates Fascism by about 1,900 years. I guess I shouldn't be surprised by your latest revelation, as this makes about as much sense as anything else you've said.

      What is surprising is that I actually agree with you about something-there has been a rise in neo-brownshirts since Trump. The brownshirts are "The Resistance," and the anti-Trump groups who use violence to shut down anybody with whom they disagree. If you can be bothered to educate yourself, do a bit of research on the brownshirts. Their purpose was to use violence and intimidation to shut down political opponents. That's exactly what happened at U.C. Berkley when Milo Yiannapolis (or however it's spelled) was silenced by a gang of violent thugs.

      I recommend you stop listening to that computer chip your cabal put in your brain, realize that you're not being persecuted by a shadow government bent on world domination, learn to relax, and get a hobby that doesn't involve telepathic communion with Reptilians. But I can't tell you how to live your life. If you want to continue in your existence as a paranoid psychotic, that's your choice.

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Case in point: little feet calig, err i mean donnie, told police its ok for them to be rougher with people they arrest.

      Police clap and cheer.

      Brown shirts, anyone?

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      In 2010, after promising jobs jobs jobs, your republicans enacted 231 new abortion restrictions, along with new voting restrictions to stop democrats from voting.

      Your boy paul ryan says this is a pro-life congress. I/e: anti abortion.

      Your president says we worship god in america.....though what god has to do with grabbing women in the privates i cant figure out.

      Not only wont they leave us alone, they seek to establish a christo-fascist regime here in usa.

      And why not? Its worked before. Hitler, mussolini, little feet caligula.

      People always love to hate. And hating women is the main sport of this paradigm.

      All you trumpettes and sanderites....dont care that putin hacked, cause you all hate hillary! And sanders was a no vote on russian sanctions.

      Paid off to deter new vacation home, and now under bank fraud investigation.

      You anti women white guys are all alike......tim ryan, talkin to you. And that hateful republican rep from ohio.

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      Actually, "they" leave everybody alone. You are the only one who can see them, hear them, sense their presence, etc. Antipsychotics should fix that, along with the rest of your pseudo-religious paranoia.

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      They wont leave anybody alone. Some people just happen to like it. I dont. I consider them enemies. Given their choice, we would be back in the middle ages, with their church as gvt. Since 2010, its frightening how much women and people of color have lost. Also frightening is the cheating these so called holy people used to get there. Its a fact that more people vote for democrats, but republicans get the seats. This doesnt happen by chance. Its engineered.

      Lucky for us, the cosmos has its own engineering, and this male savior aeon is over.

      No mama in her right mind would send her babies off to kill and die for money. And no mama would let her children suffer for lack of money.

      Welcome to the new age.....your savior god is being replaced.

      Cause the dunderheads ignore the main point: love each other as i have loved you.

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      Narrow-mindedness doesn't work so well; just ask the Democrats how they fared in the 2016 election. Maybe you could look back on that, learn something, build on it. But I doubt you will. In any case, you really should look into the antipsychotics. Maybe then your "Judeo-Christian-Fascist" cabal will leave you alone.

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      No thanks. I dont associate with trumpites.

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      "Yes Dear,"

      Congratulations, your comment made the Trump-Russia conspiracy, chupacabra, sasquatch, etc. seem rational by comparison. I must say I'm both honored and disturbed that your religion apparently considers me to be a god. A word of advice from your Heavenly messenger: if your leader gathers together all of his followers to drink Kool-Aid, don't drink it. Warn the others. Anyway, if you ever take powerful antipsychotics and develop perspective on the situation (and reality in general) maybe then you can get back to me.

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Its christofascism. And israel practices judeofascism. This is the judeo christian rule they want written into the new constitution. Of course, you dont care. As a white male, you are god. Putin is real tight with the church as well. They dont like gay people much either, do they? Keep sneering and ridiculing a favored one,its no skin off your back. However, in america we hold these truths to be: all people are created equal.

      Trump is a goner. And we wont be writing your religion into our constitution.

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      Christopher 10 months ago from Northridge, CA

      Yes, Trump colluded with Russia, George Bush masterminded 9/11, the moon landing was filmed in a television studio and the border wall is actually meant to keep chupacabra at bay. There have also been chupacabra sightings in (gasp) RUSSIA!!! There's another Trump-Russia connection! Maybe you could write an article about that. Maybe the sasquatch that lives in your backyard could help?

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      Cape Wind Girl 10 months ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Love it! Make sure you save this....i suspect you will see a lot of it when mueller brings his case.

      And shneiderman.

      Trump has been a bad man for a very long time.

      He messed up when he spit on this country. Seeya dirty don!!


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