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Oh God,
you are the naive one aren't you?

I will now prove that this rightie lives in a right wing fantasy bubble

"Fox News finally retracted the Seth Rich story. Will Sean Hannity follow suit?Last week, while nearly every media outlet was running story after story about the Trump administration’s hydra-headed Russia scandal, right-wing media was talking about Seth Rich, a DNC staffer who was murdered last summer. Rich’s mysterious death has yet to be solved, making it the source of many conspiracy theories. The story hit the mainstream when Rod Wheeler, a private investigator who was under contract with Rich’s family (and is also a Fox News contributor), informed a Washington, D.C.-based Fox affiliate that Rich had been in contact with Wikileaks before his death."

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Oh dear. Not only does our Teutonic Wizard have a reading comprehension problem but she also appears to have a problem with making wildassed assumptions.

Are you saying that the candidate's campaign chief was so inept that he had to run every communication, every action past the candidate?

Trump is a corporate CEO. That is his background. A CEO would never get anything done if he had to make every single decision for his subordinates, clear every single communication before it was made. No, a CEO hires people he feels he can trust to make decisions on the run without having to come back to the CEO every 5 minutes like a 5 year old child seeking mommy's approval and validation.



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Only you paid attention to what Don Jr was doing yesterday evidently, maybe you should find that and post it as breaking news.

Every news source reporting on this has said "it has not been confirmed at this point if anything did end up getting passed", meaning so far there was intent but was that intent carried out has not been established. Therein lies the deception thus far, what the NY Times did was make it appear in a major headline that a direct link was found, data was passed and that collusion has now been established...that's about as misleading as it can get.



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I know exactly what he did, and it did not involve any crimes against the United States. It did not involve Russian intelligence actively committing crimes against the United States to help a presidential campaign. It did not involve a campaign chairman actively working with operatives of Russian intelligence to provide data with those committing crimes against the United States to help a campaign.

As I mentioned, you heard about it and think it's valid to bring it up and compare it to Trump Russia, but it isn't. It's apples and oranges. It has nothing to do with any criminal activity, and it's just deflection from what is happening today.



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Really? When did he correct is grotesquely incorrect comment about how much surgeons get paid (when he was trying to peddle is not so affordable ACA).

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Notice... even though it was a disgusting LIE to peddle his ideology.... he NEVER issued an apology or corruption. NOT ONCE. I could give you a million more examples as well.

Obama LIED every day and nobody held his feet to the fire. The rabid leftist media had a slobbering love affair with him and didn't care WHAT he did.

Trump could say "Good morning"... and the leftists would call that a LIE!



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I do a heck of a lot better job in staying balanced then you do. Admitting there was intent because that has been established, how far that intent went on Manaforts part and their (Ukrainians) intent on what they were going to do with it hasn't been, to make up a story that misleads and makes connections was dishonest at best. I never was quoted that this wasn't a serious matter just pointing out the desperation to make a connection that hasn't yet been established. We are a far cry from one man's desperation to get out of debt and how far that desperation went, how damaging that could have been and the serious consequences involved had he remained as campaign chair or ended up serving as some sort of adviser to the president after the campaign if he had not been let go early on. This could have ended up being a very serious matter to national security issues depending upon on it could have unfolded, there's no doubt this leads to questions of better vetting of those higher up in campaigns but we are a far cry from including the president in this mans desperation yet.



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