Michael Flynn

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cowboyinexile

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Man thats a long game

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I stand corrected.

I'd like to argue he was a dormant sock, but anyone who started an alternate account just to troll and sat on it for a decade clearly has problems.

It's the internet and most of us would cut off our left nut before we admit we are wrong here, but I don't know how to refute this.

 
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I stand corrected.

I'd like to argue he was a dormant sock, but anyone who started an alternate account just to troll and sat on it for a decade clearly has problems.

It's the internet and most of us would cut off our left nut before we admit we are wrong here, but I don't know how to refute this.

I can see your point. You win. He's nuts
 

CocoCincinnati

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It absolutely boggles the mind that some people are still willing to not only ignore, but actively defend this crap. What happened with the FBI and FISA court to target US citizens for political power is real cause for concern. That kind of abuse of power should scare the everloving **** out of every single one of us. I have a hard time deciding if the left actually wants that kind of power in the federal government or if they really are so biased that they can't see it. Either way, we'll all be subject to the authoritarianism that such actions inevitably make possible. A vote for Trump is a vote against that kind of insanity....it is the only possible chance, albeit rare, to prosecute those responsible for it and send a message that it won't be tolerated.
 
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It absolutely boggles the mind that some people are still willing to not only ignore, but actively defend this crap. What happened with the FBI and FISA court to target US citizens for political power is real cause for concern. That kind of abuse of power should scare the everloving **** out of every single one of us. I have a hard time deciding if the left actually wants that kind of power in the federal government of it they really are so biased that they can't see it. Either way, we'll all be subject to the authoritarianism that such actions inevitably make possible. A vote for Trump is a vote against that kind of insanity....it is the only possible chance, albeit rare, to prosecute those responsible for it and send a message that it won't be tolerated.
I’ve yet to witness any stop for introspection. No inkling that things were wrong here. Every reaction I’ve seen, from award-winning journalists to rank-and-file “D” loyalists is the same.

“Barr is the criminal!”

“Drumbpf is just witch-hunting political enemies like a Rapist-Hitler-Cheeto!”

“Russia Collusion is still real to me, dammit!”
 
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It absolutely boggles the mind that some people are still willing to not only ignore, but actively defend this crap. What happened with the FBI and FISA court to target US citizens for political power is real cause for concern. That kind of abuse of power should scare the everloving **** out of every single one of us. I have a hard time deciding if the left actually wants that kind of power in the federal government or if they really are so biased that they can't see it. Either way, we'll all be subject to the authoritarianism that such actions inevitably make possible. A vote for Trump is a vote against that kind of insanity....it is the only possible chance, albeit rare, to prosecute those responsible for it and send a message that it won't be tolerated.
Its time for these highly placed FBI officials to be openly publicly questioned and if they have done this to be jailed.