Morning Reads for Tuesday, August 7

Good morning! Every few years, someone rediscovers the story about how Agnes Scott defeated Princeton (before it was co-ed) in the GE College Bowl. This story is a gem. “The women of Agnes Scott had manners, but they weren’t mild.”

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xdog
xdog

Go Scotties.

Enjoy the Silence
Enjoy the Silence
armanidog
armanidog

This is how stupid our president can be: “One of the most dangerous construction-related carcinogens is now legally allowed back into U.S. manufacturing under a new rule by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). On June 1, the EPA authorized a “SNUR” (Significant New Use Rule) which allows new products containing asbestos to be created on a case-by-case basis. According to environmental advocates, this new rule gives chemical companies the upper hand in creating new uses for such harmful products in the United States. In May, the EPA released a report detailing its new framework for evaluating the risk of its… Read more »

Noway2016
Noway2016

What are you people so scared of? Seriously? You can always just “change the channel…” Ohhh, who has the Zippo Lighter Fluid for the growing stack of books?
https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/aug/06/apple-removes-podcasts-infowars-alex-jones

armanidog
armanidog

I’m not scared of Alex Jones, I’m scared of folks who listen to and watch Alex Jones. “In the five years since Noah Pozner was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, death threats and online harassment have forced his parents, Veronique De La Rosa and Leonard Pozner, to relocate seven times. They now live in a high-security community hundreds of miles from where their 6-year-old is buried. “I would love to go see my son’s grave and I don’t get to do that, but we made the right decision,” Ms De La Rosa said in a recent… Read more »

Noway2016
Noway2016

I have seen his show in the past. I have also watched Alan Combs, Jack Germond, Bill Press and Michael Kinsley. Ohhhhh….and in collage I was required to read Mein Kampf for a poly sci class. What’s your point?

Benevolus
Benevolus

You asked ‘what are you people scared of’. And I think that was a pretty obvious answer. We’re afraid of people who take AJ’s crazy conspiracy theories too seriously and ruin other people’s lives. Is that plain enough for you?
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As much as you seem to revel in stories of death and violence and mayhem, I hope you are on somebody’s watch list too.

armanidog
armanidog

“What’s your point?”
I had pegged you as a garrulous Republican. Now I have pegged you as a crazy garrulous Republican.

Noway2016
Noway2016

More insults! Gotta luv it! Lol!

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

These websites and companies have created rules governing the conduct of the folks’ using their service. The rules are created to maintain a quality user experience for everyone. Jones frequently ran afoul of those rules in ways which were blatant and wanton. These companies have been squeamish about taking this action out of a fear of appearing partisan or a fear of losing users. I think, ultimately, the increasing absurdity of Jones’ shtick finally gave them cover they needed to pull the plug on the guy without facing backlash from the majority of their users. . Shorter version: the free… Read more »

Noway2016
Noway2016

And if he’s such a baddie, the free market will see his viewer/listenership shrink to nothing like the Molester Al Frank(l)en’s venture, Air America! What are you so scared of Herr Goebbels?

O_O
O_O

Do you only use name-brand fluid? I would think for cost-efficiency you’d want to use charcoal starter instead of butane. Are you gonna use a Bic lighter for the Zippo Lighter Fluid or go fully suited and stick with a Zippo Lighter for the Zippo Lighter Fluid? Don’t you think butane would evaporate too quickly off the HarperCollins Illustrated Hardcover Books?

Caroline
Caroline

I guess you are not aware of how the Posner family who had their child murdered at Sandy Hook has had to move 7 times because of the lies that Alex Jones has put out there. So to you having a liar and conspiracy theorist on you tube is more important than a family having to hide to keep from being killed.

Noway2016
Noway2016

No, I’m for free speech. Prosecute those that have threatened the family you cite. Let Alex continue his freedom of expression. Win-win!

bethebalance
bethebalance

Let Alex express himself on a platform which doesn’t violate the platform owner’s right of speech.
Also a win-win!
Fwiw, I think he will find a new outlet.
It’s clear that many ppl just lap up conspiracy theories.

Caroline
Caroline

So let Alex encourage more people to terrorize this poor family is what you are saying? The sad thing is if we hadn’t had so many people who self brainwashed themselves on talk radio this wouldn’t even be a problem. Nobody would care what a crackpot conspiracy theorist said because they would have been able to think for themselves and realize what was going on. So in reality conservatives have no one to blame but themselves for the mess that they created. And there’s no reason why people should be victimized because you’re too afraid to face the truth.

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Yeah, let the person that yelled “Fire” in a crowded theatre go and prosecute those that stomped others in their haste to exit.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Let Alex continue his freedom of expression. Win-win! . No one has taken away Alex Jones’ freedom of speech. Private companies can regulate your speech and actions on private property. If he wanted to stay, he should have abided by the terms of service, it really is that simple. . Before you go getting huffy that Facebook, Spotify, and others are being overly restrictive in their terms of service, Infowars own TOS bans certain types of speech and recognizes that doing so isn’t “censorship.” https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/7/17661548/infowars-alex-jones-terms-of-service-censorship . This is no different than being asked to leave a Braves’ game because you’re… Read more »

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

NOWAY…what are you talkin’’ bout?! If they can get rid of Alex Jones just go ahead and do it! Why let conservative speakers on college campuses when he can just ban their ass from the squirming little nerds?

How easy. I’m starting to like this snowflake stuff!! Sorry NOWAY. You must be a crow magnon, beef eating beast! Your carbon footprint is far more than it should be. Maybe you’ll just quit breathing and not be emanating any more CO2…

Noway2016
Noway2016

Wasn’t nearly as bad as that stuff you emanated in the ladies room when you were “feeling pretty!” Lol!

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

You have a point. That ladies room is much nicer than the men’s room…pure discrimination . Try it you’ll like it! Glad it’s perfectly legal now!

armanidog
armanidog

I thought this photo story on ride share bicycles in China was unreal:
https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2018/08/china-abandoned-bike-share-graveyards/566576/

xdog
xdog

Former prosecutor, governor, US senator and Reagan advisor and close friend Paul Laxalt has died at 96.

Laxalt’s parents were Basque immigrants who herded flocks in Nevada, and Laxalt’s cradle tongue was Basque. It’s doubtful that such low-tech workers without English competency would be allowed in the country today.

https://elkodaily.com/news/state-and-regional/paul-laxalt-obituary/article_3ee97201-b1a7-5ade-998e-af12c34b8ced.html

Benevolus
Benevolus

R.I.P. to Paul Laxalt.
And speaking of Basque…I would like to mention that I highly recommend the Basque inspired cooking at Cooks and Soldiers on 14th St. That is some fantastic food, and reasonably priced, and great atmosphere.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

A couple of friends of mine run that place. Wonderful restaurant.

Enjoy the Silence
Enjoy the Silence

That place is a top 5 restaurant in Atlanta. Great food and service.

xdog
xdog

Thanks for the tip on Cooks and Soldiers.

My very limited experience of Basque culture comes from some trips to Boise. There’s a strong Basque presence there, similarly stemming from shepherd immigrants. Their tapas (forget what they call them) and lamb dishes were very good.

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Former Trump deputy campaign manager Rick Gates confessed to his own bank and tax fraud. lying, and embezzlement at Manafort’s trial yesterday. Gates testified he and Manafort had maintained 15 unreported foreign accounts, and that Manafort told him to report money wired from the accounts as loans rather than income to reduce Manafort’s taxable income. More testimony on Manafort today.
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Birds of a feather.
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Will Manafort be pardoned after November, or serve prison time as a convict?

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Prison. But what does Man fort’s tax evasion have to do with Trump?

Only reason the guy is being investigated is he is tied to Trump. Too bad he is not Tony Podesta. Podesta is a liberal and gets immunity. That is how it works.

bethebalance
bethebalance

Podesta was actually the victim of a crime.
Victims don’t get sent to jail.
That’s ACTUALLY how it works.

(I know you have some unsubstantiated conspiracy theory about how it was really Hillary campaign and whatever, but– believe me– if there was evidence of a crime it will come out. E.g., Podesta’s brother or whatever just got criminally referred for prosecution.)

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

John Podesta was the one with the hacked emails. Tony (John’s brother) worked with Manafort in support of Putin-backed stooge Yanukovych in Ukraine. . There’s no indication Tony Podesta has gotten “immunity.” The latest news article I can find shows that Mueller has referred Podesta to the US Attorney’s office in Manhattan for criminal prosecution. . There’s also a news story positing, without much in the way of support, Podesta is being offered immunity in exchange for testimony against Manafort. If that’s the case, then clearly any immunity is connection with being a cooperating witness with the prosecution and not… Read more »

bethebalance
bethebalance

I appreciate the clarifications and info.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Clearly no indication! Really!

You might wanna brush up on that one! Oh, my bad, you see he DID GET IMMUNITY! Sorry I didn’t read that far!

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

he DID GET IMMUNITY
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Cite?

Benevolus
Benevolus

Still not sure I believe Tucker Carlson’s ‘sources’, but even so, what are you worried about? All the R’s will get pardons anyway.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Uh, uh, uh Andrew what did you just post? I heard the same thing….He is what YOU posted. It makes sense to me. If its not true, I could care less.

There’s also a news story positing, without much in the way of support, Podesta is being offered immunity in exchange for testimony against Manafort. If that’s the case, then clearly any immunity is connection with being a cooperating witness with the prosecution and not because of Podesta’s political leanings.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

As Ellynn correctly pointed out, Podesta is not on the immunity list for Manafort’s trial, so the article from early July about Podesta receiving immunity was incorrect.
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I noted my doubts about the article by indicating that it didn’t have a lot of credible evidence supporting the position.
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You seem convinced Podesta got immunity and got immunity
because he “is a liberal” and “that is how it works.” Provide me evidence to support that conclusion.

Ellynn
Ellynn

Tony Podesta is not on the immunity list for this trial. Fox had a ‘break news story he was going to be one, but he isn’t. There is currently no known immunity agreement for Mr. Podesta.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Fine either way. Podesta, Manafort…blah, blah. The story is Trump. After all of the abuse from the falsified “dossier” and golden showers, the spying, FISA abuse, the frame up, the FBI abuse, tarmacs, exonerations of felons, the press knowing fully it was spreading lies, the democrats on the hill knowing too and could care less….and still nothing…. How many times can we say, “prove it or quit the grandstanding!” You are making Trump into a victim and that is hard to do folks! If Trump is guilty of something worth being guilty of, then get rid of him. I just… Read more »

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

How many times can we say, “prove it or quit the grandstanding!” . Mueller was appointed to investigate Russian involvement in the 2016 election. He’s already brought multiple indictments on this front. Saying he hasn’t done anything is disingenuous. . Mueller has been on the job for 15 months (since May 2017). The FBI’s counterintelligence investigation into Russian involvement in the US elections has been going since July 2016 (25 months). When it comes to counterintelligence investigations, 25 months isn’t a long time. When it comes to white collar criminal investigations, 15 months is not a long time. Let the… Read more »

Ellynn
Ellynn

Not sure why you are having a tizzy fit over me pointing out a fact… No, the story is Russian involvement in any part of the 2016 election. Manifort had Russian funded accounts. He went to work for the Trump campaign for nothing when he was broke. Why? The GOP platform on Ukraine became more Russia friendly without anyone on the GOP platform committee knowing. How and Why? Manifort is low hanging fruit, and if he turned informant this would have gone away just like some of Gates charges. He’s not folding. Why? The only one grandstanding is the man… Read more »

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Not just broke, Ellynn, severely in debt.
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How many folks y’all know will take a job with no salary when they’re in the hole millions of dollars? It’s painfully obvious why Manafort was willing to work for free.

Caroline
Caroline

Mueller has more indictments and guilty pleas than any special counsel in the history of the country. He is doing an excellent job. Just let him do his job and let the chips fall where they may. However I understand your screeching because in your heart you know Trump is guilty. There’s tons of evidence already public that puts Trump in a very, very bad light.

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Trump’s working stiff supporters are no proud that the only thing on Trump’s schedule yesterday was dinner with supporters at 7:30. But hey, the schedule doesn’t detail hairdo and executive time! Like Trump spending Oval Office time showing visitors his own rally performances. . “Trump commentates as he watches, according to sources who’ve sat with him and viewed replays on his TiVo, which is pre-loaded with his favorites on the large TV in the private dining room adjoining the Oval Office. When watching replays, Trump will interject commentary, reveling in his most controversial lines. “Wait for it. … See what… Read more »

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Where is the time on his schedule for intern servicing? Or bimbo eruption cover-ups?

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Does your nom de plume mean you advocate denigration of the middle, or is it representative of what you think of your opinions?

bethebalance
bethebalance

Probably going to have to find some more time for that now that Michael Cohen can’t do it for him.

bethebalance
bethebalance

Just some of the ways by which Trump can’t be defended, relative to any President, or in fact most human beings:
1) Sexual assault;
2) Infidelity;
3) Amount of time spent playing golf;
4) Health and diet;
5) Commission of fraud and misrepresentation;
6) Bigotry and misogyny;
7) Egoism and greed.

Feel free to add your own.
I’m sure there are many more characteristics where whataboutism or any other defense will always be a losing battle.
The good news is that you don’t actually have to defend these things.
You could be reasonable, acknowledge them, and move on.

Indypendant
Indypendant

Buttery males!

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Yep, a lot of us are going to be put in shackles. Me too –especially for too much golf! How did you know? Maybe the DOWN THE MIDDLE HANDLE. Or maybe I should go by MAKEMOPUTTS! I know I could have a better diet and my health thank God is good, but I know that can go any day. It is okay to acknowledge the maker without hurting a liberal’s feelings? Just checking! Why don’t we all join in and figure out how many of these things we are all guilty off? Oh my Lord GREED! I guess Greed is… Read more »

armanidog
armanidog

DTM, I’m guessing either you played baseball and loved those pitches down the middle or you drive your golf ball down the middle (which might be bad on a dogleg hole).

Caroline
Caroline

Well, there’s been over 100 women accusing Trump of sexually assaulting them. So I would imagine that he takes some time to take care of that or maybe since he just calls them all liars over and over he doesn’t need any time.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

I heard it was 1000. I’ll see your 100 and raise you 100!

Caroline
Caroline

Your Nazi guy Bannon said it was 100 during the campaign. You can have that fight with him.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Andrew. Nice treatise on Mueller.

Back to the REAL question. Anything on Trump? Naw. Sorry. Does anyone think this investigation is not biased as hell and NOT a witch hunt? I guess there re a few of you left…

Benevolus
Benevolus

Is that why y’all have to make up stories about Dems getting immunity? Because Mueller nicking Dems looks a lot like “NOT a witch hunt”? But if the Dems get special treatment it’s just a smokescreen and it can still be a witch hunt, right?

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Uh B. Check the list and see how many have gotten immunity! How about in the Hillary investigation? That gets pretty funny. Ask Strzok about all the ones he gave immunity too! See if any were conservatives.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Instead of making Benevolus “check the list,” why don’t you produce that list for us?
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After all, you have such a long and distinguished track record of providing factual support for your claims.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Guess he couldn’t do it. Typical.

armanidog
armanidog

The Swamp gets swampier. New story from Forbes about Wilbur Ross, the Commerce Secretary: “There are bigger allegations. Over several months, in speaking with 21 people who know Ross, Forbes uncovered a pattern: Many of those who worked directly with him claim that Ross wrongly siphoned or outright stole a few million here and a few million there, huge amounts for most but not necessarily for the commerce secretary. At least if you consider them individually. But all told, these allegations—which sparked lawsuits, reimbursements and an SEC fine—come to more than $120 million. If even half of the accusations are… Read more »

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

This is way more odious than anything Price or Pruitt or Zinke did.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Armanidog, you are a wise man, gentleman and scholar! Played baseball as a kid and coached it for a dozen years as an adult. Golf since I was a kid and got my kid out of mothers morning out in pre-Kindergarten when he was 3 every Wednesday to go play. I never let him win but he did by 9 and had to shoot even par to do it. He is mid 20s now and a fabulous player. My favorite partner and we have great times together. Liberal or conservative, get your kids into golf and you have a partner… Read more »

Benevolus
Benevolus

We need to do something about golf, too. It’s a game for the elites. It’s expensive and most of us working stiffs don’t have that kind of time anyway. I propose a tax on golf balls. Tax them like $10 each. The money can go towards rent subsidies for people within zones defined as those with the lowest incomes. . Golf courses should also pay double the normal rate for their water, as their usage drives up the price for everyone else, so WE are subsidizing their usage. That has to end. . All those vented golf shirts should just… Read more »

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Benev my bro. Let me “hep” you. I think you are on to something here. Best I idea I have ever heard on this blog as a matter of fact… I am from the gubment and here to hep you” Just like Reagan quoted! I think you have a wonderful idea! This could Obama’s 243rd tax. $10 on golf balls. Hell yea! If you can’t confiscate the damn clubs at least tax the balls! You know like ammunition! That ‘ll get ’em. hose elite pampered slobs! Lets tax ugly ass clothes, white belts and white shoes too! They make me… Read more »

Noway2016
Noway2016

Lol! Just got back in and am catching up with DTM’s Lessons for Libz! Go ahead, barge right in with them spike clacking golf shoes!! Tell the mortified woman at the sink you’re feeling pretty today, slam the door of the stall, release a four octive surprise and watch her run out screaming!!

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Noway. Did you hear the Sesame Street is coming back with a Lessons for Libs segment ? They are looking for guest hosts I am nominating you for charter membership! We all want our kids to grow up into well balanced young adults. This snowflake ration they get from kindy garden on through college is so toxic and debilitating…It is so bad that it is turning into a national emergency! Just watch them. It’s embarrassing. I hear Trump is starting liberal immersion therapy nationally this fall for kindy gardens with the full enforcement of Betsy DeVoss and Linda McMahon. Ben… Read more »

Noway2016
Noway2016

B, you gotta be joking with this one! Lol!

Benevolus
Benevolus

Sorta.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Come on Bev. Show us that liberals have at least a little sense of humor. You know it is a marvelous idea to tax golf balls and hundreds of other things too!

Imagine all the jobs that golf ball tax created! Does anyone want to guess how many and what kids of jobs?

This looks like a job for someone as bright and enlightened as Andrew! Anyone go for it!

Benevolus
Benevolus

I do have a sense of humor. Let me know when you are being funny.

Caroline
Caroline

You don’t need to do anything about golf. It’s a dying sport. These days the majority of people who play it have one foot in the grave and the young people have no use for the sport.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Armani, that is one fine looking Pit-bull! Sweet dogs and great pets. Some adults make them mean. Extraordinarily strong dogs…

You ever seen one take down a 300- pound wild hog while hunting them? I have. Very impressive. The dog chases them down, grabs them by the ear, takes them down and the hog just holds on! The hog is just paralyzed praying you get that 40 -pound dog off him! It’s amazing to watch. I don’t want one on me!

armanidog
armanidog

DTM, thank you for your kind words. My dog is named Armani. She can’t take down pigs, she had half her lower jaw removed due to a melanoma tumor back in April. It was stage 4 so the vet says she had 6 months to live . No sign of any new tumors yet. Keeping my fingers crossed.

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Glad to hear she is doing well!

There was a vet in my family and he loved pit bulls too! I had a couple of Boston Terriers. Great with kids, hysterically funny, sweet as heck, hyper and dumber than a bag of rocks! But loveable.

Have not gotten another one because I need kids around to keep them busy!

Ellynn
Ellynn
downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Horrible…don’t forget Beirut earlier…awful.

Noway2016
Noway2016

And Pan Am 103…

Ellynn
Ellynn

Beirut will be 35 year on October 23rd (or maybe the 22nd). The 30 year for Pan Am 103 is December 21st.

Stick with ‘on this day theme…’boys.

armanidog
armanidog

Kemp has surpassed stupid and is heading toward dumb. From the original article: “Habersham County’s Mud Creek precinct in northeastern Georgia had 276 registered voters ahead of the state’s primary elections in May. But 670 ballots were cast, according to the Georgia secretary of state’s office, indicating a 243 percent turnout. The discrepancy, included in a number of sworn statements and exhibits filed as part of a federal lawsuit against the state by election security activists, comes amid swelling public concern for the security of Georgia’s voting systems. Georgia is one of four states that uses voting machines statewide that… Read more »

Caroline
Caroline

Caputo changes his story about meeting with Russians. I guess lying to congress was another charge he didn’t want Mueller to be able to charge him with.
https://www.wkbw.com/news/caputo-changes-testimony-to-include-meeting-with-russian06182018

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Can I ask a simple question? They have a meeting in Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer that says she has some stuff on Hillary. They did not and they talked about adoption or something and the meeting was cut short. So the hell what? Did Trump pay $12 million for lies from the damn Russians? Did he get the FBI to spy on Hillary? Did he get the FBI to try and frame Hillary? Did Strzok try to frame Trump? Duh?! Who in the hell wouldn’t take that meeting? That is not illegal. It’s opposition research at best. The… Read more »

bethebalance
bethebalance

“Can I ask a simple question? ”
Um…

armanidog
armanidog

DTM, I saw this photo story on the Reuters site. I liked the dance sport competition.
https://www.reuters.com/news/picture/gay-games-in-paris-idUSRTS1WGLH

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Awe Naw Armanidog! Shame on you! Shame, shame, shame Gomer! I knows what yous is tryin’ to do….you are tryin’ to trick old DTM aka MAKEMOPUTZ– into sayin’ something bad about gay folks sose the rest of de’ haters on this blog can acusualate me of being anti gay!! Shame on you! I aint falling for it! Aint gonna happen! No Sir… You know Andrew is already wantin’ to Alex Jones me of this here blog. Then you will be stuck with his dry, humorless, hateful, lawyerly gobbledygook that nobody but another radical lib snowflake can understand! Now you wouldn’t… Read more »

Benevolus
Benevolus

Well if you and people like you weren’t so hateful towards anything left of Jonah Goldberg, we might actually be able to find some common ground. But your hatred is so automatic and reactionary that you can’t even be bothered to actually look anything up to find out facts. I mean, do you really even know why you are supposed to hate Nancy Pelosi? , You spew all this stuff about Hillary Clinton, but most of it has been debunked here (and elsewhere) multiple times. But, like Pavlov’s dogs, no matter what, Hillary is the demon/enemy and no facts are… Read more »

Noway2016
Noway2016

Sniv….Instead of snarkin’ on DTM, why don’t you answer this? Or is this your “typical ” non-response to all questions logical?

Caroline
Caroline

You don’t take a meeting with spies. Do you not realize that it is illegal? https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/52/30121

This article explains why Hillary did nothing wrong and Trump probably did:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/politics/wp/2018/08/06/why-the-trump-tower-meeting-may-have-violated-the-law-and-the-steele-dossier-likely-didnt/?utm_term=.b4a6d2e534d0

downthemiddle
downthemiddle

Oh, you just hire them, pay them, give the info to the FBI and have them frame him! Like Hillary. Darn Trump, call Hillary next time if you want to get away with anything! Trump if you want to delete 30,000 emails? Who you gonna call? Hillarybusters?! Just don’t have a meeting with them somehow! HMMMMM. Does this make sh…for sense to anyone? How do you know she is a spy anyway… after a phone call? Maybe her name was Natasha? Is that it? Sometimes you make you laugh. I was going to applaud you for not saying the word… Read more »

Benevolus
Benevolus

That’s called ‘Godwin’s Law’, and Godwin has said; “Godwin commented on the Nazi and fascist comparisons being made by several articles on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, saying: “If you’re thoughtful about it and show some real awareness of history, go ahead and refer to Hitler when you talk about Trump, or any other politician.” So you can’t invoke Godwin’s Law anymore, especially when it comes to Trump. Because it’s not far-fetched anymore. It’s really happening. And someone has to name it.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Oh, you just hire them, pay them, give the info to the FBI and have them frame him!
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Cite?

Caroline
Caroline

You just can’t admit that the GOP has been lying to you for decades. So you can’t do anything but repeat their lies.

Noway2016
Noway2016

Carolina…”intent” is a horrible word, ain’t it!? Lol!

Caroline
Caroline

Something you apparently don’t understand nor do you care to.

Noway2016
Caroline
Caroline

And your dog Kemp is the one that is getting down in the country for that.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Fun fact that article forgot to mention; There were only 613 Democratic ballots cast in Habersham County in the May primary. If there’s voter fraud up there, it ain’t coming from Democrats.

Will Durant
Will Durant

KEMP AFFIRMS REEXAMINATION OF VOTING SYSTEM AS ACCURATE AND SAFE “As provided under Georgia law, I responded to a request made by ten electors to conduct an examination of Georgia’s current voting equipment to test its accuracy and security,” said Kemp. “After a thorough examination, the team’s recommendation is that the system is accurate and safe for continued use. I am confident that the current system, which is tested by experts for every election, continues to properly capture and reflect all voters’ choices.” http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/general/kemp_affirms_reexamination_of_voting_system_as_accurate_and_safe2 I’ve got to ask. How is it legal for a sitting SoS to run for higher… Read more »