Hunter's emails

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The MSM isn't picking up the "Hunter's Emails" story that you dotards rallied around two months ago. And an investigation about his dealings in China isn't even the same thing as the corruption in Ukraine SLAM DUNK that you were all so convinced was in the hands of Crazy Rudy & Tucker Curdleson.
 

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This will all clear up once Tucker Carlson finally finds those "explosive documents."
 

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This will all clear up once Tucker Carlson finally finds those "explosive documents."
UPS recovered them but Tucker never revealed them. Gee, I wonder why? He needs to hurry up! Fox is bleeding Trumpter Fellas to NewsMax every night! Once Sidney Powell's Krakken Hour debuts it's all over.
 

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If Hunter did crimes, I hope he goes to jail.

The silver lining here is that it's nice to be back to believing anonymous sources. It sucked when we couldn't do that for four years.
I'm sure spoof is outraged at the use of anonymous sources. He's so fair and balanced, you know.
 

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Trump will burn anyone, at any moment, at any drop of the hat.

Barr is going to teach him a lesson. Never in my life did I think I'd be rooting for Barr, to give Trump a swift kick in his fat orange ass.

F the Trump cult, and all it's cult members!
 

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So, the FBI gets a subpoena for and obtains a laptop that didn’t really exist, the “obviously fake” emails from this fictional laptop are part of an active FBI investigation, the now this guy is suing Twitter for defamation on their comments in regards to how he obtained this “obviously fake” information from this made up laptop. How can this be?

 

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So, the FBI gets a subpoena for and obtains a laptop that didn’t really exist, the “obviously fake” emails from this fictional laptop are part of an active FBI investigation, the now this guy is suing Twitter for defamation on their comments in regards to how he obtained this “obviously fake” information from this made up laptop. How can this be?

Lol.

Spoof triples down on the Hunter's emails" story
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based on a state-run media report of random computer repair shop guy filing a lawsuit for defamation.

Dollars to donuts Rudy Giuliani is computer repair shop guy's lawyer.

LOLOL.

Spoof....new low even for you.
 

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So, the FBI gets a subpoena for and obtains a laptop that didn’t really exist, the “obviously fake” emails from this fictional laptop are part of an active FBI investigation, the now this guy is suing Twitter for defamation on their comments in regards to how he obtained this “obviously fake” information from this made up laptop. How can this be?

Biden Derangement Syndrome is striking the Trumpers hard.
 

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Lol.

Spoof triples down on the Hunter's emails" story
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based on a state-run media report of random computer repair shop guy filing a lawsuit for defamation.

Dollars to donuts Rudy Giuliani is computer repair shop guy's lawyer.

LOLOL.

Spoof....new low even for you.
Sidekick still hasn’t figured out that the FBI doesn’t get subpoenas for and obtain laptops that don’t exist or use emails from fictional laptops that are “obviously fake” as part of an investigation. Sharp as a tack.
 

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Sidekick still hasn’t figured out that the FBI doesn’t get subpoenas for and obtain laptops that don’t exist or use emails from fictional laptops that are “obviously fake” as part of an investigation. Sharp as a tack.
Wait, so the FBI plays by the book now? You guys seem to go back and forth on that one.
 

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Wait, so the FBI plays by the book now? You guys seem to go back and forth on that one.
To steal a quote..."It became necessary to destroy the FBI in order to save it."
 

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So, the FBI gets a subpoena for and obtains a laptop that didn’t really exist, the “obviously fake” emails from this fictional laptop are part of an active FBI investigation, the now this guy is suing Twitter for defamation on their comments in regards to how he obtained this “obviously fake” information from this made up laptop. How can this be?

The story has legs, but suing Twitter for defamation for $500M is not serious in any regard. At no point did they suggest that dude was a hacker. He's just trying to cash in on his 15 minutes and he can't figure out another way. Regardless, his lawsuit isn't even based on the veracity or authenticity of the emails.
 

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The story has legs, but suing Twitter for defamation for $500M is not serious in any regard. At no point did they suggest that dude was a hacker. He's just trying to cash in on his 15 minutes and he can't figure out another way. Regardless, his lawsuit isn't even based on the veracity or authenticity of the emails.
Of course it is a money grab - and he has virtually no liklihood of being victorious. The lawsuit is, however, based on how he obtained these e-mails. Twitter said "hacked", he said "copied". Either way it would indeed be based on the fact that the e-mails 1. Do exist; and 2. Did so on Hunter's laptop --- a laptop that some have said (over and over) "didn't exist" and emails that were "obviously fake". Those same people are now left defending the idea that the FBI got a subpoena and obtained a ficticous laptop and is using its "obviously fake" contents as part of an investigation. I recall you did not claim the laptop was fake - so that comment was not aimed at you.
 
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