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Who is Incapable of Understanding or Doing Anything About It." -- Unknown

“Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level
and then beat you with experience.” -- Mark Twain

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"Let’s eat all of these people!” — Venom

"Eck!" -- George the Cat

Friday, June 11, 2021

Once a Russian Stooge, Always a Russian Stooge


He's still earning his pay.

18 comments:

DTWND said...

Time for the Rosenberg treatment.

Just a suggestion.

Dale

Ten Bears said...

If it likes it there so much, maybe it should go live there.

Yes, it.

Dark Avenger said...

The one area where he shows a work ethic……

0_0 said...

What did Trump do to Russia's benefit?
Biden has already done much to make Putin happy. But he isn't Trump, so....

Tod Germanica said...

0_0
Laundered their money, spilled US state secrets from his treasonous ass to boss Vlad in secret meetings, no response to Russian hacks (acts of war), no response or interest in Russian bounties on US troops (why was that, you think). Putin is his very model and the GRU's running of turncoat trump was the greatest intelligence/ subversion coup for Russia (or anyone else!) since WWII's Lucy ring. A triumph for the cute little murderous and maximum corrupt dictator. But despite Vlad's help again in 2020 his puppet lost badly. People had seen enough of him.
So 0_0, as a war vet I take it amiss to see a sexually twisted, deeply corrupt and vile tax evading draft dodging turncoat dotard selling the USA down the the motherfucking river to our nation's enemy for money. But heh, if you and the GQP are fine with treason then who am I to scold. Go in peace, brother. But trump and his turncoat mob need to serve hard time.

Ten Bears said...

Double-ought might be on to something there. Bear with me: I'm still not unconvinced drumpf uck isn't a secret dem out to destroy the repubescent party, the "charismatic leader" of the bare-footed barely literate rubes sprawled drooling Pavlovianly across a couch the backseat out of a '69 International Travelall drunk as a skunk on the Ambien, Prozac, Viagra and bimbo bottle-blonde crotch-shots on Fox Kool-Aid blindly following a charismatic "leader" to suicide ... but the repubescents have for generations been the war-party, the national security party, the "let's kick Russia's ass yesterday" party. The party that has traditionally been the most guarded, for lack of a better term, in dealing with, the greater threat to, Russia and her plans. If not in ruins no longer a threat. Commie pinko quers.

That Vlad, like everyone else playing this game, is still stuck in the twentieth century is moot in the generally accepted vernacular ... a boondoggle, a waste of time and energy.

Jones, Jon Jones said...

One from the vaults
https://2016electioninvestigation.com/2017/03/16/towers-full-of-oligarchs-and-their-dirty-money/

0_0 said...

Tod- your veteran status adds nothing to the debate, this is the Internet.

Next, point us to some evidence of those assertions. Apparently you are unaware of, for instance, the bounty story not being credible to US intelligence and defense agencies.

Find some evidence of treason. It shouldn't be so difficult.

>sexually twisted, deeply corrupt and vile tax evading draft dodging turncoat dotard
When did we start talking about Biden?

dinthebeast said...

"What did Trump do to Russia's benefit?"
Well, the decimation of the state department was one of the first presents, the turning against Ukraine was one of the other presents, the elevation of Russian propaganda on the world stage above our own intelligence services was another...
Maybe a better question would be what did Fergus do that wasn't to Russia's benefit?
Although I doubt any real affinity Fergus had for Putin was nearly as important as the fact that his idiot hordes view Russia as white, so anything he did that helped Russia actually helped him in the eyes of his racist base.

-Doug in Sugar Pine

Dark Avenger said...

Why was Putin the only person that Trump truly deferred to? Why did Trump make the statement about Hillary’s e-mail beginning “Russia, if you’re listening?”

Quit peeing on our shoes and telling us it’s raining, 0_0. We are not that stupid.

“The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.”

1984 George Orwell née Eric Blair

Eck! said...

That statement must have been written by a junior high student.

That and there are two stories.. one involves unicorns and the
Whitehouse.


Eck!

B said...

I noticed that y'all are not really ansereing 0_0's questions, just repating the (mostly debunked) memes that you like to toss around.

I find that telling.

dinthebeast said...

I answered them B. Read it. It's three comments up from yours.

-Doug in Sugar Pine

Green Eagle said...

O_O, if you deny that what Trump did with Putin, Kim Jong Un and others was adhering to our enemies, giving them aid and comfort, you are either lying or in a state of deep denial.

Dark Avenger said...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Links_between_Trump_associates_and_Russian_officials#Overview

The Moscow Project — an initiative of the Center for American Progress Action Fund — had, by June 3, 2019, documented "272 contacts between Trump's team and Russia-linked operatives ... including at least 38 meetings.... None of these contacts were ever reported to the proper authorities. Instead, the Trump team tried to cover up every single one of them."[27]

The New York Times reported in June 2021 that in 2017 and 2018 the Justice Department subpoenaed metadata from the iCloud accounts of at least a dozen individuals associated with the House Intelligence Committee, including that of Democrat ranking member Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell, and family members, to investigate leaks to the press about contacts between Trump associates and Russia. Records of the inquiry did not implicate anyone associated with the committee, but upon becoming attorney general Bill Barr revived the effort, including by appointing a federal prosecutor and about six others in February 2020. The Times reported that, apart from corruption investigations, subpoenaing communications information of members of Congress is nearly unheard-of, and that some in the Justice Department saw Barr's approach as politically motivated.[28][29] Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz announced an inquiry into the matter the day after the Times report.[30]

Try again, B.


Ten Bears said...

Took half a century but I made it to five foot five. Taller than Putin, pipsqueak.

Can't tell me the mainstream media isn't in the bag for the NAZIs, when it (NBC) is handing that snot-nosed albino monkey a prime-time platform to spread misinformation to the heartland. Is Russia TV giving Joe Biden a platform to spread misinformation? No. Your mainstream media are NAZIs.

McVeigh hit the wrong building ...

0_0 said...

It's like nobody has heard of Nord Stream II here.

Actions, not Trump's often silly off-the-cuff words.

dinthebeast said...

Actions. Like the gutting of the damn state department.

-Doug in Sugar Pine