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Truth be told, just like a slathering, panting, slack-jawed, Pavlovian drooler the mainstream media rings the bell to resurrect the Russia conspiracy (because it was shot down so embarrassingly the first time that surely they can make it stick with absolutely no facts AGAIN) that you and your ilk answer the bell once again to to scream RUSSIA RUSSIA RUSSIA to yourselves and everyone in your complete circle jerk.

How can you not be embarrassed for yourself and your lynch mob? I am actually embarrassed for you.
Exactly how was the Russian "conspiracy" shot down so embarrassingly when the campaign manager who is serving time now, shared polling data with the Russians?? You may find it inconvenient, but Trump is Russia's preferred president. I personally don't believe Trump is somehow in cahoots with them, I just think he'll take help/support/votes from wherever he can get them. But that's not the point of the thread, we were discussing pandering, and your guy does it as much as any other politician out there.
 

NotOnTV

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Exactly how was the Russian "conspiracy" shot down so embarrassingly when the campaign manager who is serving time now, shared polling data with the Russians?? You may find it inconvenient, but Trump is Russia's preferred president. I personally don't believe Trump is somehow in cahoots with them, I just think he'll take help/support/votes from wherever he can get them. But that's not the point of the thread, we were discussing pandering, and your guy does it as much as any other politician out there.
Then we are in violent agreement.
 

NotOnTV

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LOL, I'm trying to picture violent agreement. Maybe RXCowboy can come up with a meme for that.
Look, all I'm saying is that the Dems were pursuing the Russian narrative as the main thread for impeachment for YEARS (before the election, even), until they found they couldn't.Violated FISA standards and domestic spying laws in the process.
 
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There are 17 Government intelligence agencies. They unanimously agree that the Russians are attacking our political system via social media and hacking. They’ve been warning us of this for four years. But there are some people on this Message board that say that they know better and it’s just a democratic party conspiracy. That these 17 governmental agencies are really just the deep state trying to keep poor Trump down.
 
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I keep hearing that, but it sure seems like a deterrent to me. I understand that determined people can find ways under/over/around it, but a lot of the people coming across the border may find it to be a significant obstacle. Especially if there are surveillance drones watching as you try to get through it.
My belief as well.

Will deter many from attempting and those that do attempt will take some time and effort to do so which allows patrols to respond and catch even more.

I swear some people hink the wall is some new wild-assed idea of Trump's instead of the legacy barrier that it actually is.
 
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There are 17 Government intelligence agencies. They unanimously agree that the Russians are attacking our political system via social media and hacking. They’ve been warning us of this for four years. But there are some people on this Message board that say that they know better and it’s just a democratic party conspiracy. That these 17 governmental agencies are really just the deep state trying to keep poor Trump down.
Social media? Hacking what? To what end?
You’re repeating the meaningless accusations by the MSNBC hosts.

How was the election altered? What widespread propaganda caused people to change their vote? Not vote? Go vote?


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Truth be told, just like a slathering, panting, slack-jawed, Pavlovian drooler the mainstream media rings the bell to resurrect the Russia conspiracy (because it was shot down so embarrassingly the first time that surely they can make it stick with absolutely no facts AGAIN) that you and your ilk answer the bell once again to to scream RUSSIA RUSSIA RUSSIA to yourselves and everyone in your complete circle jerk.

How can you not be embarrassed for yourself and your lynch mob? I am actually embarrassed for you.
Exactly how was the Russian "conspiracy" shot down so embarrassingly when the campaign manager who is serving time now, shared polling data with the Russians?? You may find it inconvenient, but Trump is Russia's preferred president. I personally don't believe Trump is somehow in cahoots with them, I just think he'll take help/support/votes from wherever he can get them. But that's not the point of the thread, we were discussing pandering, and your guy does it as much as any other politician out there.
Shared polling data? Is it illegal for non-citizens to contract with US firms to develop/analyze polling data?


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Plenty. They believe Trump is better to serve their interests. Same reason they like Boris Johnson. Putin believes division is in Russia's interest. Divide England from the EU, divide the US from NATO, etc. Trump has isolationist tendencies, which no doubt is preferred by Putin as well. He is also extremely polarizing for our own population, so more division within the US itself. Putin would love to see the US divide into separate countries, which I believe we're well on our way to doing.
Putin is crazy if he likes the trumpy bear. The US has killed their economy since Trump got elected, the ruskies have lost major money due to the drop in oil prices.
 
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I guess this is the age we are in. Any politician who loses will blame it on the Russian Facebook ads. I’m not sure what is worse, people who believe these excuses or people who apparently make their voting decisions on advertising. This country is full of really stupid people.
 
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What “big lie” has been perpetrated by the Russians on the US electorate?

Anybody?

Well, the only meaningful unanswered mystery is - what EXACTLY did the Russians do? Can anyone point me to a Russian generated story/ad/opinion piece? Do you think maybe all the Russians did was skillfully and stealthfully suggest the Russians are meddling, thus allowing the intelligence system and Washington’s paranoia to run wild?


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RxCowboy

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#79
What “big lie” has been perpetrated by the Russians on the US electorate?

Anybody?

Well, the only meaningful unanswered mystery is - what EXACTLY did the Russians do? Can anyone point me to a Russian generated story/ad/opinion piece? Do you think maybe all the Russians did was skillfully and stealthfully suggest the Russians are meddling, thus allowing the intelligence system and Washington’s paranoia to run wild?


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jakeman

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Ridiculous to the point of insanity.

There are plenty of things about Trump to be pissed off about. Russian ads on Facebook, or anywhere else isn't one of them. You think people voted for him because of an ad placed by Russian operatives? People voted for him because the democrats trotted out one of the most despised people on this planet that has fewer redeeming features than even Trump. That's why people voted for him.

When someone can show me that a foreign government hacked the voting machines and changed the vote, then I'll listen. Until then, seriously, grow the fuk up and get over it.