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Just pointing out. 
 

An investigation into who was leaking classified information about Trump/Russia actually is a legitimate government function. 

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13 hours ago, EmirOfShmo said:

RR is a POS. They're making Richard Nixon look like a saint...

 

I hope it was worth it, he deserves to have his entire legacy forever tarnished. Seeing as how these people are supposed to be so bright, they sure can't see too far into the future.

 

Funny thing, I remember a lot of us thinking Ol' Rod was one of the good guys. I won't make that mistake again.

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If Trump was spying on his own lawyer. I would be shocked if he was getting phone/email records for everyone from Franklin Graham to Sean Hannity to Ann Coulter. A little insurance mob style. 

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2 hours ago, LadySkinsFan said:

 

Lying liers lying again. Bull**** that they didn't know. 

 

Remember the Spin and Say, I think it was called?  Children's toy.  Point the knob at a picture of, say, a cow, pull the string, and the machine says "The cow says 'moooo'" and so on.  

 

Friend of mine swears that he once saw a scene in a movie, where a kid is playing with one of those, in the background of the scene.  And the toy says "The politician says 'I don't recall.'"

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Putin compared his crackdown on dissent to the US prosecution of Capitol rioters and the killing of Ashli Babbitt ahead of his summit with Biden

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin compared his crackdown on domestic dissent with the US prosecution of rioters who attacked the Capitol on January 6, attempting to use American unrest to deflect criticism of his actions.

 

The comments came in a provocative interview with NBC ahead of his summit with President Joe Biden on Wednesday.

 

In the exchange broadcast Monday night, Putin was asked by international correspondent Keir Simmons if he ordered the assassination of Russian dissident Alexander Navalny. Thousands of people who've protested in support of Navalny have been arrested.

 

Putin deflected the question by raising the death of Ashli Babbitt, a Trump supporter killed by a police officer as she attempted to break into the House chamber during the Capitol riot on January 6.

 

 

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This is Rachel Scott of ABC News.  She got Putin to squirm before stuttering some lame-ass reply.  Beautiful.
 
 

 

...and her follow-up.  Bravo, woman.

 

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Biden Torments Trump by Seeing His Ex

By Andy Borowitz

 

 

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GENEVA (The Borowitz Report)—President Biden has been tormenting Donald J. Trump by being photographed with his ex, associates of the former President report. According to those sources, Trump accidentally saw a photo online of his ex and Biden enjoying a trip to Switzerland and has been inconsolable since.

 

“He’s taking it very hard,” one Trump associate said. “All morning, he was just sitting in his darkened bedroom, listening to Adele songs on Spotify. When Adele got to the part in ‘Someone Like You’ where she sings, ‘For me, it isn’t over,’ he had to turn it off."

 

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Biden Torments Trump by Seeing His Ex | The New Yorker

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It’s Not a Gulag, Russia Says of Plan to Put Prisoners to Work

 

After Russian officials bemoaned the collapse of migrant labor in the coronavirus pandemic, the head of the country’s prison service offered a solution: reviving the Soviet-era practice of putting convicts to work. Just don’t call it a Gulag.

 

An association with one of the darkest chapters of the Communist past hasn’t deterred top bureaucrats, who’ve taken up the idea with enthusiasm. Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin recalled he once worked with prisoners at a brickmaking factory as he told an RBC news interviewer Friday that he’s in talks on using convicts at construction sites, a plan also endorsed by Industry Minister Denis Manturov.


“This won’t be a Gulag, it will be completely new and decent conditions” for the prisoners involved, Alexander Kalashnikov, head of the Federal Penitentiary Service, told human rights officials last month, the state-run RIA Novosti news service reported. Nearly 190,000 of Russia’s 483,000 prisoners would be eligible, though participation should be voluntary, he said.

 

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1 hour ago, Bang said:

Yeah, don't we do that?

 

~Bang

 

12 minutes ago, Larry said:

 

Yeah, but we make them work in for profit businesses.  

 

Yes, there are certain compensations...

 

 

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Russia says next time it may fire to hit intruding warships

 

Russia is prepared to target intruding warships if they fail to heed warnings, a senior Russian diplomat declared Thursday after a Black Sea incident in which a British destroyer sailed near Crimea in an area that Russia claims as its territorial waters.

 

Russia said one of its warships fired warning shots and a warplane dropped bombs in the path of British destroyer Defender on Wednesday to drive it away from waters near the Crimean city of Sevastopol. Britain denied that account, insisted its ship wasn’t fired upon and said it was sailing in Ukrainian waters.

 

The incident marked the first time since the Cold War that Moscow acknowledged using live ammunition to deter a NATO warship, underlining the rising threat of military collisions amid Russia-West tensions.

 

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Thursday that “the inviolability of the Russian borders is an absolute imperative,” adding that it will be protected “by all means, diplomatic, political and military, if needed.”

 

He sarcastically suggested the British navy should rename its destroyer from Defender to Aggressor and warned that “those who try to test our strength are taking high risks.” Asked what Russia would do to prevent such intrusions in the future, Ryabkov told reporters it would stand ready to fire on targets if warnings don’t work.

 

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Putin: Russia could sink United Kingdom warship without triggering 'world war'

 

Russian forces could sink a British warship without triggering a “world war,” according to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who predicted Moscow would prevail if shooting broke out.

 

"You said the world teetered on the brink of a world war. No, of course not,” Putin said during an annual question-and-answer session moderated by state media. “Even if we had sunk that ship, it would still be difficult to imagine that this would have put the world on the brink of WWIII, since those who are doing this, they know that they cannot emerge victorious from this war.”

 

Putin adopted that tone in an apparent effort to downplay fears of a conflict while maintaining an aggressive posture in a controversy over the United Kingdom’s deployment of a destroyer to the Black Sea. Russian officials claimed to have fired warning shots and even dropped bombs near the vessel, but the U.K. countered that Moscow was lying about an uneventful encounter.

 

“I don’t think that we would have been happy, either, with this development, but at least we would know what we were fighting for — our territory and our future,” Putin said, acknowledging the Kremlin also doesn’t want a real war. "We were not the ones who came to them from thousands of kilometers away. They came to our borders.”

 

British officials sent the HMS Defender to the waters off the coast of Crimea as a show of support for Ukraine, which lost control of the Crimean peninsula in 2014 when Russian special forces invaded and annexed the territory. Putin touts a subsequent referendum as proof that the Crimean people voted to leave Ukraine, but U.S. and European officials reject that vote as an “illegal” fig leaf for an unprovoked war of conquest.

 

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