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Old 09-28-2018, 09:34 PM
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Location: San Jose, CA
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nope... many connections to Obama and the clintons

the same Russian Investment Fund leader who met with bill and Hillary, and paid bill's speaking fee

the same Erik Prince (Blackwater) who got his first contracts under..bill Clinton

the same Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi who met with Bill Clinton

the same Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi who gave a million dollars to help fund the Clinton Presidential Library

the same George Nader , a Lebanese-American businessman, who was a negotiator with Syria during the Clinton administration, for the Israel-Syria talks...the same Nader who acted in president Obama's behalf for his foreign policy team...under SoS Hillary Clinton




the same oligarch paid Clinton millions


emails show Clinton Foundation staff pushed Hillary Clinton's State Department to approve a meeting between Bill Clinton and a powerful Russian oligarch as her agency lined up investors for a project under his purview.
The Clintons' relationship with Viktor Vekselberg, the billionaire whose name appears in the documents, has taken on new significance amid an expanding criminal
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/e...-investigation

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ill Clinton sought State Department approval to invite a powerful, Putin-backed Russian oligarch with an expansive history of corruption to the Clinton Global Initiative’s 2012 meeting while Clinton’s wife was secretary of state, according to an e-mail newly obtained by National Review.
The June 4, 2012 message was sent by Amitabh Desai, Bill Clinton’s foreign-policy director at the Clinton Foundation and the same man who later asked the State Department’s permission for Clinton to give paid speeches in North Korea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


“Would [the U.S. government] have any concerns about CGI inviting Viktor Vekselberg, President of Renova Group, to attend CGI Annual Meeting in NYC in September?” Desai asks Clinton confidantes Cheryl Mills, Jake Sullivan, and Michael Fuchs under the subject line “Russia/Viktor Vekselberg?”
Valued at around $18 billion and described as the “oligarch’s oligarch,” Vekselberg is perhaps the richest man in Russia. Russian dissidents describe him as a key component of Putin’s economic regime, a man who has helped consolidate Russian industry under businesses friendly to the Kremlin in exchange for sweetheart deals and kickbacks. Vekselberg’s Renova Group, which contributed between $25,000 and $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation, seems to have tendrils in virtually every aspect of the Russian economy, from precious metals to oil to high-tech industry.
https://www.nationalreview.com/2015/...r-putin-email/
from 2015






Democrats and the left didn't just collude with Russia; they embraced them, and show no shame in having done so.
https://www.investors.com/politics/e...rump-campaign/

Nice cut and paste job! Sadly your links are all dead, probably because the information has long been discredited.


Good effort, but massive fail.
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Old 09-30-2018, 02:56 PM
 
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Sorry you feel that way but to real Americans ..."America has always been GREAT" but trump cult members like you can't seem to understand that.
I'm not sure what you imagine you mean by "real" Americans, but to Americans of intelligence, Americans with standards, Americans with some understanding of history and the way the world works, Americans with some sense of real patriotism - they are able to clearly see flaws and sometimes to offer solutions, in the hopes that we can do better. I suspect your idea of "real" Americans translates to people who blindly support whatever the country does, even with a bigoted, greedy ignoramus like Trump leads us down an evil rabbit hole.
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