FBI opened an investigation into whether Trump was working for Russia.

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  1. Randy Godwin profile image59
    Randy Godwinposted 5 years ago

    The NYT today reported the FBI launched an investigation into whether Trump was working on behalf of Russia after he fired James Comey. It isn't yet known what the investigation revealed nor if it's ended at this time.

    This in conjunction with the reports of Mueller looking to use Trump's public statements and twitter posts as proof of his duplicity. Can it get more interesting now the cretin is becoming exposed for his unethical activities? Do tell!

    1. hard sun profile image77
      hard sunposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Don't you understand Randy...the FBI should have looked the other way when they came upon evidence that Trump is a Russian agent. Imagine, if these things were have come pertaining to Obama? I sincerely think all the evidence is pointing to Trump trying to destroy America for his master Putin. The evidence of conspiracy is so overwhelming it's insane, and it's been laid out here time and time again.

      I think this shutdown is more evidence of Trump's motivations. This is not going to end good for him, but he may accomplish Putin's goals in the interim.

      1. Randy Godwin profile image59
        Randy Godwinposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        The shutdown was meant to distract from the upcoming Mueller report I believe. Trump is going twitter nuts this morning as I knew he would. He'd better cool it as now it seems he can be held responsible for his public statements.  The game's afoot!

        1. JAKE Earthshine profile image67
          JAKE Earthshineposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Absolutely Randy, and the other critically detrimental component to allowing a spiteful madman roam our oval office unimpeded is the high odds that he might fly off the handle in an uncontrollable rage as he reportedly has in the past, and declare an ill advised 'national emergency' in a futile attempt to get financing for his bloated unnecessary pile of border concrete, a desperate attempt to try and BLAST this shocking NY Times report off the front page:

          "F.B.I. Opened Inquiry Into Whether Trump Was Secretly Working on Behalf of Russia"

          https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/11/us/p … quiry.html

        2. hard sun profile image77
          hard sunposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Yeah. It very well could be a distraction from what he knows is going to look very bad for him and his family. I still think there's a good chance Trump tries to run and hide after he's no longer President.

          1. Randy Godwin profile image59
            Randy Godwinposted 5 years agoin reply to this

            I'm hoping some FBI officials will take another look at their rule of not indicting a sitting president. Trump is acting more and more like a dictator and apparently cannot help looking extremely guilt with his actions re Putin.

          2. JAKE Earthshine profile image67
            JAKE Earthshineposted 5 years agoin reply to this

            Donald has no choice but to 'run and hide' once kicked out of office if he manages to evade prison prior to his first term ending because if this flimsy DOJ policy is not waived to indict a sitting illegitimate president who was / is under surveillance as potentially being a Russian Operative, the second he becomes a private citizen is the very second he will be cuffed and arrested for his alleged crimes:

            The USA is currently controlled and operated in a constant state of dysfunctional disarray by a mad oval office in perpetual chaos, crisis and emergency which is absolutely untenable, a crazy insane situation where our FBI has opened a file on Bozo Trump after firing our FBI Director and bragging about it to Russian spies he invited into our oval office because they apparently have cause to believe he might be under the thumb of our arch enemy, Vladimir Putin and much of the evidence to support this claim has been documented on film in public before our very eyes:

            Just let that surrealistic development sink in for a moment:

            The DOJ policy of ignoring the indictment of a sitting president as illegitimate as this one is, must be waived under these extenuating circumstances where our very national security and very survival of the USA is at stake:

            1. hard sun profile image77
              hard sunposted 5 years agoin reply to this

              I'll second that Jake. It is also outrageous that the very people who, a few short years ago, were screaming that Obama was weak on Russia, now fall for Trump's Barnum & Bailey's Act.

              My view is that anyone who doesn't think Putin and the old Soviet Guard, doesn't want revenge on the US after the collapse of the USSR, is misleading themselves. Putin has made it clear that he wishes the USSR never fell apart and that it could be back together again.

              1. Randy Godwin profile image59
                Randy Godwinposted 5 years agoin reply to this

                Now Trump wants to remove sanctions on one of the Russian oligarchs said to be involved in the Manafort data exchange in Madrid. Can Donnie look any more guilty?

                1. hard sun profile image77
                  hard sunposted 5 years agoin reply to this

                  It seems like he's cornered between the Russians and Mueller. Why would he even approach that subject if there weren't negative consequences for not doing so?

                  All the evidence that Trump is a traitor, yet so many of the ones outraged by the fake Obama birth certificate scandal. etc., care not about Trump's potentially traitorous indiscretions. I know it's been said before, but WTH?

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                    PrettyPantherposted 5 years agoin reply to this

                    Many of us have been saying WTH since a bombastic, birther-promoting, lying reality TV star started his race-baiting campaign for the Republican nomination by calling Mexicans rapists.

                    And now he's President. WTH?

    2. JAKE Earthshine profile image67
      JAKE Earthshineposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Americans should be encouraged to learn that our fabulous and loyal FBI Law Enforcement is still on our side and they would have been derelict of duty if they had failed to immediately open an inquiry or investigation into Donald Trump's true allegiances after witnessing despicable and blatant public displays like this from Donald Trump where he actually had the nerve to solicit stolen property of the USA from our enemy, and to actually encourage them to commit espionage if they hadn't already stole our property: ALL this filmed and documented on GLOBAL Television !! UNREAL:

      According to investigative press reports, the hacking and espionage of OUR Property, private property of the United States commenced shortly after this despicable public announcement Mr. Trump:



    3. jo miller profile image93
      jo millerposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Through it all, our justice department just keeps doing what it's supposed to be doing.  Those folks are becoming my heroes.

      And does any thing surprise us about these revelations.  The most revealing thing for me is that Trump is not even a very smart criminal.

      1. Randy Godwin profile image59
        Randy Godwinposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        I agree with Trump not being a smart criminal, Jo. I thought at the first some of the evidence of him colluding with Russia may have simply been coincidental, but with so much evidence of his guilt coming to light, he's apparently just stupid.

        1. jo miller profile image93
          jo millerposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Stupid and greedy.

      2. JAKE Earthshine profile image67
        JAKE Earthshineposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        jo, Donald is not even a "Smooth Criminal" said the ghost of Michael Jackson: But on a serious note, An extremely Strong case of Conspiracy against the Trump Campaign can now be asserted by prosecutors with just the public evidence we know about and most investigative criminal experts say what we know to date can ONLY be the tip of the proverbial iceberg, prosecutors must have even MORE corroborating evidence beneath the surface:

        Yesterday we got yet another piece of the bubbling conspiracy to add to the puzzle when Donald's apparent DREAM of REMOVING Sanctions from one Vladimir Putin's corrupt pals was affirmed by the majority of complicit Russian Red Republicans in the senate which included Mr. Romney, boy now I'll bet Utah feels lucky to have him as their representative don't ya think??:

        Ask yourself WHY? WHY in the face of his inevitable indictment and impeachment would he continue to raise suspicion about his true allegiances ?? Not very smart of him,, and that's probably what his bankrupt casinos in New Jersey might say as well if they could talk:

  2. hard sun profile image77
    hard sunposted 5 years ago

    Giuliani: “I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign. I have not. I said the president of the United States.”

    So, with this admission, what happened to Trump's "witch hunt?" and how are the election results going to be considered valid with clear evidence of Russian interference? 

    What's more, I think it's likely that actual results were messed with, but Obama, or anyone else in the know, doesn't want to admit America allowed that to happen. The consequences for lack of trust in elections would be disastrous.

    We need UN observers to ensure fair elections.

    1. Randy Godwin profile image59
      Randy Godwinposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Saw a clip when Rudy said just that. He lies almost as much as Trump....believe me!  yikes


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