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Should we focus on criminal release of information or what information was released?

By YesYNot   Mar 20, 1:07pm   1 link   251 views   2 comments   watch (0)   quote      

During the campaign, Trump and supporters didn't care where the Wikileaks information came from. They just wanted us to focus on the content that was leaked. Now, the Trump administration (and apparently the Republicans who were questioning Comey today) wants us to focus on the crime of people leaking classified information. They now want us to ignore the content of what was leaked (potential connections and collusion between Trump campaign and Russia). You have to love the consistency.


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1   YesYNot   1082/1083 = 99% civil   Mar 20, 1:44pm  ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Ironman says

I'm glad you said "POTENTIAL", since there hasn't been any verifiable proof yet.

The WaPo reported that there was an investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign people and Russian operatives. Trumpkins claimed that this was fake news. Now what? Do you admit that you were wrong, or just keep pointing your crooked finger and shouting: FAKE NEWS at the highest output that your strained and tired vocal cords can muster?

Are you tired of winning yet?

2   Straw Man   544/547 = 99% civil   Mar 20, 2:18pm  ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    


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