Rob Rogers for February 01, 2019

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    DD Wiz Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Trump’s “war on intelligence” is being waged on multiple levels:

    Ridiculing and disregarding info from his own intelligence agencies led by his hand-picked appointees (“I have the best people…”) and repeatedly making public statements that he trusts his puppetmaster Vladimir Putin more than his own intelligence agencies.

    Betraying intelligence agencies by GAVING CLASSIFIED TOP SECRET INTELLIGENCE TO THE RUSSIANS (Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov [counterpart to our Secretary of State] and Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak) … IN THE OVAL OFFICE. (Trying to decide which defiles the Oval Office more … oral sex with a consenting adult or GIVING CLASSIFIED TOP SECRETS TO A HOSTILE FOREIGN ADVERSARY.)

    War against facts, truth, education, science and reality — the aspects of life we associate with “intelligence” outside the world of law enforcement, international intrigue and government secrets — because TrumpubliCONs depend on keeping people stupid enough and gullible enough to keep voting for them. “I love uneducated people.”

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    Ally2005  over 2 years ago

    U.S. intel inhibits Trump’s ability to make money, reward favors, play up his politics and appease Putin. That’s why he can’t accept it.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Seriously, he’s a CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER TO AMERICAN SECURITY AROUND THE WORLD!!! President Donald Trump claimed on Thursday that his top intelligence officials told him their Senate testimony was “totally misquoted” — even though it had aired live on TV. Trump also insisted that these officials applied the “fake news” label to media reports that they had contradicted key presidential warnings about global threats. (DIDN’T HAPPEN!! HE LIED AGAIN!!!)

    In fact, the president’s previous assessments of various foreign dangers were dramatically contradicted by leaders of the nation’s intelligence agencies in public testimony Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Despite what Trump has said, officials testified that North Korea isn’t likely to give up its nuclear weapons, that the Islamic State has not been defeated and that the Iran nuclear deal is working. National Intelligence Director Dan Coats also said that U.S. national security is threatened by climate change, while Trump thinks that global warming is not real. None of the officials said there was a security crisis at the Mexican border.
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    pamela welch Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Nailed it, Rob!

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    Bonita Voigt Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Trump’s stupidity is enough to remove him from office. I think the only people who are dumber are the MAGA-hat wearing and QAnon scrum.

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    EdMeiller Premium Member over 2 years ago

    It’s true. Bulls*it baffles brains. Frustration personified.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member over 2 years ago

    I did not vote for the Republican Russian spy president, I think he has betrayed us.

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    wellis1947 Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Actually, to expand on what “Wolf” was saying, above, Donnie John is a congenital idiot and pathological narcissist who ACTUALLY believes that the entire American government exists to serve his needs and wishes! He is nothing more ore less than a nascent wanna-be dictator who thinks that his word and wishes should be “law” and NOBODY else’s opinion matters in the slightest!

    To Donnie John, the laws of the United States and, indeed, the entire concept of the “Rule of Law”, would be best used as ‘toilet paper’ in the White House bathrooms (along with the U.S. Constitution)!

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    NASA Monkey  7 months ago

    I love how I’m not caring about anything political while everybody in the comment’s section do.

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