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Donovan, you've been on this board long enough and had ready access to all of this information. If you choose to ignore it all, that's your own fault. Try, for a change.
I just disagree with you, there are no crimes, let alone massive crimes.
 

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An effort now from the comrades here to say this all about Hunter. Who cares what Hunter did. The title is Hunter’s emails. Why are you ‘pivoting’ to bring Joe in to this? Sure, 33 pages in and we will just ignore the hundreds of posts discussing Joe’s possible involvement in all this. Despicable, dishonest, and par for the course for this group.

We are clearly moving to stage 3 (Blame). It is all that is left when Deny and Downplay haven’t worked.
 

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Spoof, explore the list of administration officials convicted of crimes by administration in modern US history. Explore the list of scandals by administration. Obama's administration was almost saintly by any regard, so I have no idea whatsoever where you're going with that. Clinton had the Monica scandal, but getting a BJ in the WH isn't exactly the definition of "corruption".
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Text between Jim Biden and Hunter after Hunter was accused by a mother of inappropriate contact with her child. Bidens including JOE move to snuff... This week is going to get even more ugly for Joe.

 

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When Trump was accused of collusion with the Russians, he vehemently denied it and cooperated with the investigation that took 2 and 1/2 years. The media believed none of his denials and pursued every little story that connected Trump to Russia, regardless of how minuscule or innocent. The media suggested everything pointed to Trump-Russia collusion. Trump was proven innocent.

When Trump was accused of a quid pro quo with Ukraine, he denied it and released all of the communications with the Ukraine president. The media believed none of his denials. He was impeached by the House Democrats on a totally partisan vote for one ambiguous statement in a phone call. He was not convicted by the Senate.

Joe Biden repeatedly says ”he knows NOTHING about his son’s business dealings” in Ukraine and China, even though there is significant evidence to the contrary. Hunter Biden’s laptop contains significantly more evidence that Joe Biden’s denials are total lies. The Biden campaign doesn’t deny that Joe met with a Burisma executive, doesn’t deny that the laptop is Hunter’s, doesn’t deny that the emails are legitimate, and doesn’t deny that Hunter enriched himself by selling influence with his father, but the media doesn’t question a thing that Joe Biden has said and reports that it is “Russian disinformation” even though there is no evidence to support that claim made by various Democrat operatives and US Intelligence has said there’s no evidence that it is Russian disinformation.

Some say that they can’t find evidence to support the claim that Hunter was influence peddling with his father’s knowledge and approval. But it’s pretty hard to find evidence when your head is up your lefty ass.

The news media today is a disgrace to journalism and is doing disservice to the American public.
Nailed it!

The Dems were trying to pull off a coup against Trump during his complete first 4-year term. By means of this, the Dems essentially turned the U.S. into a 3rd-world country in terms of political shenanigans.

Then when a huge pile of very credible evidence comes out that Biden was on the take of a portion of the funds his son got via international influence-peddling, the Dems are like "nothing to see here, look the other way please."
 

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An effort now from the comrades here to say this all about Hunter. Who cares what Hunter did. The title is Hunter’s emails. Why are you ‘pivoting’ to bring Joe in to this? Sure, 33 pages in and we will just ignore the hundreds of posts discussing Joe’s possible involvement in all this. Despicable, dishonest, and par for the course for this group.

We are clearly moving to stage 3 (Blame). It is all that is left when Deny and Downplay haven’t worked.
LOL.

"Not voting for Trump" spoof.

Desperately shilling his arse off.

For Trump.

"Comrade" this, "despicable" that, "blame" something other.

Can you point us to your many posts of support for the candidate you ARE voting for??

Fraud.
 

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Nailed it!

The Dems were trying to pull off a coup against Trump during his complete first 4-year term. By means of this, the Dems essentially turned the U.S. into a 3rd-world country in terms of political shenanigans.

Then when a huge pile of very credible evidence comes out that Biden was on the take of a portion of the funds his son got via international influence-peddling, the Dems are like "nothing to see here, look the other way please."
Jam Jam Clan lead by howie........
 

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Nailed it!

The Dems were trying to pull off a coup against Trump during his complete first 4-year term. By means of this, the Dems essentially turned the U.S. into a 3rd-world country in terms of political shenanigans.

Then when a huge pile of very credible evidence comes out that Biden was on the take of a portion of the funds his son got via international influence-peddling, the Dems are like "nothing to see here, look the other way please."
a) why are there no charges, since the FBI has had this evidence since Dec??
b) why did the evidence "come out", before the investigation was over, at a very convenient timing?
 

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Nailed it!

The Dems were trying to pull off a coup against Trump during his complete first 4-year term. By means of this, the Dems essentially turned the U.S. into a 3rd-world country in terms of political shenanigans.

Then when a huge pile of very credible evidence comes out that Biden was on the take of a portion of the funds his son got via international influence-peddling, the Dems are like "nothing to see here, look the other way please."
CBS 60 Minutes Lesley Stahl was not even considering the evidence. She dismissed it as "unverified" when speaking with Trump. Then Nora with Biden - no questions about whether the laptop is Hunter's, they just let him get away with saying it was a smear. No journalist is that bad at their job. You have to be trying to be that bad. They and the rest of the MSM are obviously trying to save Joe.
 

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3 days after the Shokin firing, Hunter is at the WH meeting with Obama. Yep Hunter's business, was just Hunter's business. Nobody knew anything about it... :ROFLMAO:
 

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Joe Biden wanted to silence his own minor relative about sexual misconduct by her 50 year old relative. Great guy. Good morals. Good choice Democrats. Way to go.

But Trump...
 

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CBS 60 Minutes Lesley Stahl was not even considering the evidence. She dismissed it as "unverified" when speaking with Trump. Then Nora with Biden - no questions about whether the laptop is Hunter's, they just let him get away with saying it was a smear. No journalist is that bad at their job. You have to be trying to be that bad. They and the rest of the MSM are obviously trying to save Joe.
You're right. Time to fess up.

It actually is a conspiracy and everyone who isn't a Trumpster is in on it. It's massive. Global. It's all fixed. There's like 7.75 billion of us. You're fucked. Sorry dude.
 

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Digital? They must really have something good. Wonder what the threshold for "libel"


ROFL!!!!

Yet the only people with the evidence are Giuliani, Steve Bannon, New York Tabloids, ????

No evidence anywhere. Just a bunch of dotards screaming in an echo chamber.
> Yet the only people with the evidence are Giuliani, Steve Bannon, New York Tabloids, ????

Don't forget Robert Costello (who vetted it and gave it to Giuliani), the FBI, the DoJ, Fox News, the Federalist, the Wall Street Journal, the Daily Caller, Breitbart News, and a couple un-named friends of the computer shop owner that he gave it to because he feared for his life ...

According to Giuliani, the FBI agent answered, "Don't worry, if you keep your mouth shut, nothing will happen." The former NYC mayor added that the shop owner gave the original hard drive to the FBI, but also made four copies, leaving two "with friends of his in case he was killed."

See https://www.foxnews.com/politics/rudy-giuliani-hunter-biden-emails-hard-drive
 

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3 days after the Shokin firing, Hunter is at the WH meeting with Obama. Yep Hunter's business, was just Hunter's business. Nobody knew anything about it... :ROFLMAO:
Hunter and Joe and O. 3 of the most prolific liars in the world.
 

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Its common sense to look at actual charges.

You worship the crybaby in chief so its no surprise you have no common sense.
You clowns have no other response than “But Trump.

Calling the Obama Administration saintly is absolutely ridiculous and pointing that out has nothing to do with Trump and you know that so all you had was “But Trump”.
 
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Uh oh. Hunter’s laptop and hard drive was subpoenaed last year in an FBI money laundering investigation according to multiple federal law enforcement officials as well a two separate government officials.

Guess where a big chunk of that laundered money went.

If you guessed Joe Biden's basement, then you're probably close.

Or, maybe some of that sparkling clean cash went to a Dem PAC paying for that Biden/Harris commercial being aired right now.
 

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You clowns have no other response than “But Trump.

Calling the Obama Administration saintly is absolutely ridiculous and pointing that out has nothing to do with Trump and you know that so all you had was “But Trump”.
Whether the Obama administration was effective is open for debate.

The fact his administration was among the cleanest and most transparent in history is not.

The ethics of the Obama administration are beyond question.
 

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> Yet the only people with the evidence are Giuliani, Steve Bannon, New York Tabloids, ????

Don't forget Robert Costello (who vetted it and gave it to Giuliani), the FBI, the DoJ, Fox News, the Federalist, the Wall Street Journal, the Daily Caller, Breitbart News, and a couple un-named friends of the computer shop owner that he gave it to because he feared for his life ...

According to Giuliani, the FBI agent answered, "Don't worry, if you keep your mouth shut, nothing will happen." The former NYC mayor added that the shop owner gave the original hard drive to the FBI, but also made four copies, leaving two "with friends of his in case he was killed."

See https://www.foxnews.com/politics/rudy-giuliani-hunter-biden-emails-hard-drive
This was all handed to the WSJ before Rudy brought it to the Post.
The Wall Street Journal spiked their own story, instead publishing that they could not find a role for Joe. I tend to trust them more than the NY Post on corporate organization matters.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/hunter...ure-11603421247?mod=lead_feature_below_a_pos1
 

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Trump Had One Last Story to Sell. The Wall Street Journal Wouldn’t Buy It.
Inside the White House’s secret, last-ditch effort to change the narrative, and the election — and the return of the media gatekeepers.

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Journalists at The Wall Street Journal were skeptical about a story presented by three close allies of the president.Credit...John Wisniewski
By Ben Smith
  • Oct. 25, 2020

By early October, even people inside the White House believed President Trump’s re-election campaign needed a desperate rescue mission. So three men allied with the president gathered at a house in McLean, Va., to launch one.
The host was Arthur Schwartz, a New York public relations man close to President Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr. The guests were a White House lawyer, Eric Herschmann, and a former deputy White House counsel, Stefan Passantino, according to two people familiar with the meeting.
Mr. Herschmann knew the subject matter they were there to discuss. He had represented Mr. Trump during the impeachment trial early this year, and he tried to deflect allegations against the president in part by pointing to Hunter Biden’s work in Ukraine. More recently, he has been working on the White House payroll with a hazy portfolio, listed as “a senior adviser to the president,” and remains close to Jared Kushner.
The three had pinned their hopes for re-electing the president on a fourth guest, a straight-shooting Wall Street Journal White House reporter named Michael Bender. They delivered the goods to him there: a cache of emails detailing Hunter Biden’s business activities, and, on speaker phone, a former business partner of Hunter Biden’s named Tony Bobulinski. Mr. Bobulinski was willing to go on the record in The Journal with an explosive claim: that Joe Biden, the former vice president, had been aware of, and profited from, his son’s activities. The Trump team left believing that The Journal would blow the thing open and their excitement was conveyed to the president.
The Journal had seemed to be the perfect outlet for a story the Trump advisers believed could sink Mr. Biden’s candidacy. Its small-c conservatism in reporting means the work of its news pages carries credibility across the industry. And its readership leans further right than other big news outlets. Its Washington bureau chief, Paul Beckett, recently remarked at a virtual gathering of Journal reporters and editors that while he knows that the paper often delivers unwelcome news to the many Trump supporters who read it, The Journal should protect its unique position of being trusted across the political spectrum, two people familiar with the remarks said.
As the Trump team waited with excited anticipation for a Journal exposé, the newspaper did its due diligence: Mr. Bender and Mr. Beckett handed the story off to a well-regarded China correspondent, James Areddy, and a Capitol Hill reporter who had followed the Hunter Biden story, Andrew Duehren. Mr. Areddy interviewed Mr. Bobulinski. They began drafting an article.
Then things got messy. Without warning his notional allies, Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor and now a lawyer for President Trump, burst onto the scene with the tabloid version of the McLean crew’s carefully laid plot. Mr. Giuliani delivered a cache of documents of questionable provenance — but containing some of the same emails — to The New York Post, a sister publication to The Journal in Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. Mr. Giuliani had been working with the former Trump aide Steve Bannon, who also began leaking some of the emails to favored right-wing outlets. Mr. Giuliani’s complicated claim that the emails came from a laptop Hunter Biden had abandoned, and his refusal to let some reporters examine the laptop, cast a pall over the story — as did The Post’s reporting, which alleged but could not prove that Joe Biden had been involved in his son’s activities.
While the Trump team was clearly jumpy, editors in The Journal’s Washington bureau were wrestling with a central question: Could the documents, or Mr. Bobulinski, prove that Joe Biden was involved in his son’s lobbying? Or was this yet another story of the younger Mr. Biden trading on his family’s name — a perfectly good theme, but not a new one or one that needed urgently to be revealed before the election.

Mr. Trump and his allies expected the Journal story to appear Monday, Oct. 19, according to Mr. Bannon. That would be late in the campaign, but not too late — and could shape that week’s news cycle heading into the crucial final debate last Thursday. An “important piece” in The Journal would be coming soon, Mr. Trump told aides on a conference call that day.
His comment was not appreciated inside The Journal.
“The editors didn’t like Trump’s insinuation that we were being teed up to do this hit job,” a Journal reporter who wasn’t directly involved in the story told me. But the reporters continued to work on the draft as the Thursday debate approached, indifferent to the White House’s frantic timeline.
Finally, Mr. Bobulinski got tired of waiting.
“He got spooked about whether they were going to do it or not,” Mr. Bannon said.
At 7:35 Wednesday evening, Mr. Bobulinski emailed an on-the-record, 684-word statement making his case to a range of news outlets. Breitbart News published it in full. He appeared the next day in Nashville to attend the debate as Mr. Trump’s surprise guest, and less than two hours before the debate was to begin, he read a six-minute statement to the press, detailing his allegations that the former vice president had involvement in his son’s business dealings.
 

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Whether the Obama administration was effective is open for debate.

The fact his administration was among the cleanest and most transparent in history is not.

The ethics of the Obama administration are beyond question.
I would disagree about how clean the Obama Administration was.

Just to add before someone jumps in with “But Trump”. My opinion of how clean the Obama Administration was or wasn’t has nothing to do with Trump.
 

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Trump Had One Last Story to Sell. The Wall Street Journal Wouldn’t Buy It.
Inside the White House’s secret, last-ditch effort to change the narrative, and the election — and the return of the media gatekeepers.

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Journalists at The Wall Street Journal were skeptical about a story presented by three close allies of the president.Credit...John Wisniewski
By Ben Smith
  • Oct. 25, 2020

By early October, even people inside the White House believed President Trump’s re-election campaign needed a desperate rescue mission. So three men allied with the president gathered at a house in McLean, Va., to launch one.
The host was Arthur Schwartz, a New York public relations man close to President Trump’s eldest son, Donald Jr. The guests were a White House lawyer, Eric Herschmann, and a former deputy White House counsel, Stefan Passantino, according to two people familiar with the meeting.
Mr. Herschmann knew the subject matter they were there to discuss. He had represented Mr. Trump during the impeachment trial early this year, and he tried to deflect allegations against the president in part by pointing to Hunter Biden’s work in Ukraine. More recently, he has been working on the White House payroll with a hazy portfolio, listed as “a senior adviser to the president,” and remains close to Jared Kushner.
The three had pinned their hopes for re-electing the president on a fourth guest, a straight-shooting Wall Street Journal White House reporter named Michael Bender. They delivered the goods to him there: a cache of emails detailing Hunter Biden’s business activities, and, on speaker phone, a former business partner of Hunter Biden’s named Tony Bobulinski. Mr. Bobulinski was willing to go on the record in The Journal with an explosive claim: that Joe Biden, the former vice president, had been aware of, and profited from, his son’s activities. The Trump team left believing that The Journal would blow the thing open and their excitement was conveyed to the president.
The Journal had seemed to be the perfect outlet for a story the Trump advisers believed could sink Mr. Biden’s candidacy. Its small-c conservatism in reporting means the work of its news pages carries credibility across the industry. And its readership leans further right than other big news outlets. Its Washington bureau chief, Paul Beckett, recently remarked at a virtual gathering of Journal reporters and editors that while he knows that the paper often delivers unwelcome news to the many Trump supporters who read it, The Journal should protect its unique position of being trusted across the political spectrum, two people familiar with the remarks said.
As the Trump team waited with excited anticipation for a Journal exposé, the newspaper did its due diligence: Mr. Bender and Mr. Beckett handed the story off to a well-regarded China correspondent, James Areddy, and a Capitol Hill reporter who had followed the Hunter Biden story, Andrew Duehren. Mr. Areddy interviewed Mr. Bobulinski. They began drafting an article.
Then things got messy. Without warning his notional allies, Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor and now a lawyer for President Trump, burst onto the scene with the tabloid version of the McLean crew’s carefully laid plot. Mr. Giuliani delivered a cache of documents of questionable provenance — but containing some of the same emails — to The New York Post, a sister publication to The Journal in Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. Mr. Giuliani had been working with the former Trump aide Steve Bannon, who also began leaking some of the emails to favored right-wing outlets. Mr. Giuliani’s complicated claim that the emails came from a laptop Hunter Biden had abandoned, and his refusal to let some reporters examine the laptop, cast a pall over the story — as did The Post’s reporting, which alleged but could not prove that Joe Biden had been involved in his son’s activities.
While the Trump team was clearly jumpy, editors in The Journal’s Washington bureau were wrestling with a central question: Could the documents, or Mr. Bobulinski, prove that Joe Biden was involved in his son’s lobbying? Or was this yet another story of the younger Mr. Biden trading on his family’s name — a perfectly good theme, but not a new one or one that needed urgently to be revealed before the election.

Mr. Trump and his allies expected the Journal story to appear Monday, Oct. 19, according to Mr. Bannon. That would be late in the campaign, but not too late — and could shape that week’s news cycle heading into the crucial final debate last Thursday. An “important piece” in The Journal would be coming soon, Mr. Trump told aides on a conference call that day.
His comment was not appreciated inside The Journal.
“The editors didn’t like Trump’s insinuation that we were being teed up to do this hit job,” a Journal reporter who wasn’t directly involved in the story told me. But the reporters continued to work on the draft as the Thursday debate approached, indifferent to the White House’s frantic timeline.
Finally, Mr. Bobulinski got tired of waiting.
“He got spooked about whether they were going to do it or not,” Mr. Bannon said.
At 7:35 Wednesday evening, Mr. Bobulinski emailed an on-the-record, 684-word statement making his case to a range of news outlets. Breitbart News published it in full. He appeared the next day in Nashville to attend the debate as Mr. Trump’s surprise guest, and less than two hours before the debate was to begin, he read a six-minute statement to the press, detailing his allegations that the former vice president had involvement in his son’s business dealings.
FANTASTIC article.

This entire thing is nothing but a clumsy Trump campaign smear tactic.

Just as has been obvious to anyone with an IQ above 85 and any shred of integrity has recognized from the beginning.

It hasn't worked, though.
 

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This is truly a smoking gun. A .jpeg of a real "email". I'd say that you are gullible....but that's not true. Intentionally dense works better.
> A .jpeg of a real "email".

It's called a screenshot.

I'm sure if you showed your press credentials, they'd let you have a copy of the email. But those things are not very print-pretty - better to look at the jpeg version.
 

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FANTASTIC article.

This entire thing is nothing but a clumsy Trump campaign smear tactic.

Just as has been obvious to anyone with an IQ above 85 and any shred of integrity has recognized from the beginning.

It hasn't worked, though.
I don't think our fellas have a combined IQ of 85. On the micro level, that's the problem on the board. Macro, that's the problem in our country.
 

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I don't think our fellas have a combined IQ of 85. On the micro level, that's the problem on the board. Macro, that's the problem in our country.
Yes lots of morons who are easily manipulated with fear and greed. I feel sorry for them...
 

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At least Joe Biden didnt give his son a cabinet position. Or his son's wife
 
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