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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Fri Nov 10, 2017 11:28 am

Pappy wrote:
Cate McCalley wrote:Pappy, if I ever ask for your confidence and vote (even for county dog catcher) my tax forms would be released on the day I announced my candidacy.

Just as I have no need or intention of asking for anyone’s vote or confidence, I have no need or intention of making my tax forms public.

There’s a reason the public should be able to see the kinds of investments and businesses anyone running for the highest office in our nation. It’s to determine if a President would have interest contrary to our national security and safety.

Over 13 million documents are in the recently released ‘Paradise Papers’. Documents that name 120,000 people and companies invested in offshore accounts of more than $10 Trillion that pay no taxes. Among those whose financial affairs are mentioned are Queen Elizabeth II, the President of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos, and the U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, with more ‘bigly’ names to come.

You tell me...why would anyone wanting to honestly do the best possible job for the people in this country, not be willing to share their financial information and tax forms with the people? Is the person asking the public to loan them their trust any different that someone asking a bank for a loan?

How is it okay for a Loan Officer to expect a financial statement, and tax form filings to confirm a person is qualified and trustworthy enough to pay back the bank’s investment, but it’s not okay to expect a Presidential Candidate to prove his/her financial and tax filings confirming their qualifications and trustworthiness?

Bottom line....it’s not ‘okay’.


Cate im not talking tax returns.LMAO


Okay...I get it. :|


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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby VoteMout » Tue Nov 14, 2017 4:09 pm

Nothing about Hillary is trust worthy.
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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:05 pm

VoteMout wrote:Nothing about Hillary is trust worthy.


American voters didn’t have to trust Hillary Clinton tax forms would reveal any financial misconduct. Such as abetting criminal Russian Oligarchs using her real estate holdings, to launder stolen money stolen from the Russian Federation’s Treasury. She made her tax filings public.

There was one Presidential candidate that refused to make his tax filings public. That’s the guy the Electoral College made President, who still refuses to release his tax filings to the public.

None should have to ‘trust’. When information we request is promised to be made public, we can verify. When that promise is broken, and it isn’t made public we know for a fact we cannot trust.


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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Thu Nov 16, 2017 3:08 pm

Fox News poll released shows Trump approval rating down to 38%.

The complete 30 page polling info:

https://andersonrobbins.com/wp-content/ ... _taxes.pdf


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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Pappy » Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:36 pm

Cate McCalley wrote:Fox News poll released shows Trump approval rating down to 38%.

The complete 30 page polling info:

https://andersonrobbins.com/wp-content/ ... _taxes.pdf

That's better than my -38%
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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Fri Nov 17, 2017 10:51 am

I read a summary of ‘Who’s Who’ on the Mueller investigation legal team. Everyone on them super stars in their areas of expertise. Most interesting are the number of team members successfully prosecuting organized crime families, like the Bonanna’s and Genovese NY crime families. Other team members are super stars in prosecuting money laundering & espionage crimes.

We’ve never had a President successfully renting a significant Washington DC building, like the Post Office Trump leased and turned into the equivalent of a mafia social club of domestic and global politics.

It’s not that we Americans aren’t aware of political social clubs. Local Country Clubs have been around for a couple of centuries. It’s just we’ve never seen it on the scale of Trump’s Washington D.C.’s International Hotel.


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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Demon Hunter » Sat Nov 18, 2017 10:11 am

A mafia social club would be fun.
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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Sat Nov 25, 2017 12:43 pm

The Guardian reports;

“Lawyers for Donald Trump believe the former national security adviser Michael Flynn is on the verge of “flipping” and cooperating with investigators into the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia, according to reports. Flynn’s legal team has cut off communications with the president’s lawyers, the strongest signal yet that he is negotiating a deal with with the special counsel in the investigation, Robert Mueller, the New York Times said.”


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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Pappy » Sat Nov 25, 2017 2:23 pm

Cate McCalley wrote:The Guardian reports;

“Lawyers for Donald Trump believe the former national security adviser Michael Flynn is on the verge of “flipping” and cooperating with investigators into the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia, according to reports. Flynn’s legal team has cut off communications with the president’s lawyers, the strongest signal yet that he is negotiating a deal with with the special counsel in the investigation, Robert Mueller, the New York Times said.”

Flynn is still upset over being fired by both Obama and Trump he will rat anyone out to clear his Ass.
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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Tue Nov 28, 2017 10:32 am

General Mike Flynn got his son involved in abetting foreign political interest. I doubt that he would cooperate with Muellers investigation if he hadn’t done so.

It’s clear the Trump Campaign is neck deep in collusion with Russian operatives interfering in our 2016 Presidential election. Trump was identified long ago as a possible puppet. The advent of the internet opened a wide range of possibilities to spread the kind of misinformation and propaganda necessary to influence foreign elections. Western societies are wide open to this influence.

You won’t find this liberty in Russia or China. Or in any country governed by totalitarian dictatorships. Russia, China and recently Turkey, have all limited or eliminated free speech. Any news agency condemning their regimes are shut down and their people imprisioned.

Trump’s attacks on MSM are a precursor to eliminating free speech in our own country. It’s not just because Trump has ‘thin skin’ and doesn’t like what certain news agencies have to say about him. It’s because Trump isn’t very bright. He really doesn’t understand what’s going on behind the iron curtain. One of Trump’s professors at Wharton recently said Trump was one of the dumbest students he ever had in his class.

The national experience with Trump confirms the truth in Socrates philosophy that goes beyond the morality of the definition of good vs. evil. In that Socrates observed knowledge is good and ignorance is evil.


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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby GFunkMoneyDog » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:37 pm

Project Veritas found James O'Keefe has posted a video on twitter of Washington Post reporter saying the Russian story is a "fucking crap shoot..Maybe doesn't even exist."
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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Fri Dec 01, 2017 5:45 pm

GFunkMoneyDog wrote:Project Veritas found James O'Keefe has posted a video on twitter of Washington Post reporter saying the Russian story is a "fucking crap shoot..Maybe doesn't even exist."


A crap shoot?

Well...a few somebody’s on the Trump team have rolled the dice and came up snake eyes. One of those somebody’s is General Mike ‘Mad Dog’ Flynn, whom today pled guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with the Russian Ambassador to set up a Trump/Putin meeting prior to Trump taking Office.

Sources close to Mueller claim Flynn has admitted to asking the Russian Ambassador to arrange a meeting for Trump and Putin to ‘discuss ISIS’, at Trumps request. Although Trump was President Elect at the time, he was not the President. He was and is a US Citizen. One that just like every American citizens, is prohibited by federal law from negotiating with any foreign government on behalf of our own U.S. government. Trump or any of Trumps transition team at the time, had not met with Obama or any of his foreign advisors. He had not sworn the Presidential oath to protect our country from all enemies, both foreign and domestic.

Yet General Flynn, whom absolutely knew he was in violation of this statute. Today he pled guilty to the lesser charge of lying to the FBI while in the WH. The penalty is up to 5 years imprisonment. Or maybe probation if the sources close to Mueller are correct and Flynn fingers Trump & associates complicity.

So much for the ‘nothing burger’ & ‘hoax’ naysayers.


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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Sat Dec 02, 2017 12:04 am

In so much as the Veritas Project is being sued by multiple plaintiffs, anything and everything reported by this group is at best questionable. IMO anything they have to report should taken with a box of Morton’s Salt. If you recall it was also the Veritas Project that posted the highly edited film of one of CNN’s medical reporter allegedly making similar statements.

It would be wise to remember Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller III is a Republican and was appointed to lead the FBI by a Republican President. I don’t believe Mueller is the kind of man that plays partisan politics.

We know from General Flynn’s court documents he was instructed by a high level Trump Senior Transition member to ask Russia’s Ambassador to appeal to Putin to not retaliate against the sanctions the Obama Administration had placed, due to Russian interference in our 2016 Presudential Election. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out what this appeal carried with with it. Nothing less than an offer from Trump to remove the sanctions once Trump was sworn into Office. All of this blew up when the Senate voted 92 to 7 to impose further sanctions on Russia, giving Trump 60 days fine tune them. Something he yet has to do.

That’s evidence that shows Trump and Associates in his transition teams’ complicity in undermining our Rule of Law, but that’s not all. General Flynn was also instructed to call the Russian Ambassador and several other country leaders of the UN, requesting they veto a resolution introduced by Egypt, condemning Israel for continuing to build settlement on contested territory. Egypt withdrew the resolution but the next day New Zealand reintroduced it and it passed by 14 votes, with the U.S. abstaining.

If this investigation ends with Trump underlings taking the rap & plea bargaining...implicating a slightly larger fish in Trump’s inner pond, without a Trump family being charged, we will all know the Mueller investigation into Russian interference in our 2016 Presidential Election was nothing more than a contrived charade. If it isn’t a charade, the question becomes which of the two of Trump’s family members will take the fall? His son or his son in law? I’m guessing blood runs thicker than water.

Jared’s dad can explain how things works in the country club prisons for high level white collar criminals, if need be.


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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Demon Hunter » Sun Dec 03, 2017 8:59 am

Less and less we are learning that their isn't any Trump ties to Russia. Other than FAKE NEWS!!!!
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Re: Trump's ties to Russia

Postby Cate McCalley » Sun Dec 03, 2017 1:05 pm

Demon Hunter wrote:Less and less we are learning that their isn't any Trump ties to Russia. Other than FAKE NEWS!!!!



You have to be blind and unable to hear if you believe that.

The FAKE news came straight from an immoral foreign regime hard at work influencing the outcome of our 2016 election. I don’t blame the person that jumped on the conspiracy lies and hyperbole. It’s a fact that our subconcious influences our decisions. There’s a number of reasons those that voted for Donald Trump for POTUS, both political and non political. I do blame people that embraced his blatant sexism and bigotry to vote for him.

It means nothing to me when you choose to ignore facts. Even atheist must take the same leap of faith that God doesn’t exist that Believers must take to believe God does exist. Good or bad, wise or foolish, immoral or moral, it’s your choice as to how you live your life.


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