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Elmo334 wrote:krepke wrote:oh fuckin pleaseplease what you azzhole? Do you think Obama/Clinton is above this? Do you think they wouldn't commit crimes to stay in power? They continue to push the Trump/Russian collusion with absolutely no proof. maybe that lie is also wearing thin.
krepke wrote:oh fuckin please
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lexisman wrote:Elmo334 wrote:krepke wrote:oh fuckin pleaseplease what you azzhole? Do you think Obama/Clinton is above this? Do you think they wouldn't commit crimes to stay in power? They continue to push the Trump/Russian collusion with absolutely no proof. maybe that lie is also wearing thin.
You always commit the same logical fallacy. Dismissing this obviously ridiculous story is not defending Obama. I believe Trump must know something he can't reveal.
That doesn't mean this desert Dick Tracy is on the level.
Mar 20 17 6:48 AM
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krepke wrote:How did I 'continue to defend' Obama and Clinton in this post?
Mar 20 17 8:41 AM
LibwithaClue wrote:Both Trump and Arpaio looked and were very vocal about Obama's suspicious birth records. Did Obama target both of them because of this.
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NYCTPF wrote:Is this all being done to muddy what may become forthcoming real facts..
Mar 20 17 12:49 PM
Obama administration is looking at whether Maricopa County Sheriff Joe
Arpaio’s immigration sweeps violate federal civil rights laws.
U.S. Justice Department notified Arpaio of the investigation in a
letter saying his enforcement methods may unfairly target Hispanics and
by Lana Shadwick11 Oct 2016
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A court hearing was held on Tuesday, just one day before early voting
begins. The 84-year-old Arpaio is on the ballot seeking a seventh term
as sheriff. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) decided to charge
Sheriff Arpaio with criminal contempt, according to AZCentral. The sheriff did not attend the hearing.
“America’s toughest sheriff”
has been criticized by open border proponents for being tough on
illegal aliens and illegal immigration. Maricopa County is approximately
80 miles from the Arizona-Mexico border where illegal immigration,
criminal illegal aliens, human trafficking, sex trafficking, and drug
trafficking endangers Arizona residents. The sheriff first took office
in 1992 and while he has been reelected to an unprecedented six 4-year
terms, open border proponents have worked very hard to stop him.
Although official charges have not been filled, federal district
court judge Susan Bolton at the hearing on Tuesday asked federal
government lawyers to write a show cause order for her to sign. She set a
deadline for Wednesday. Arpaio faces contempt for violating orders in
the racial-profiling case.
As reported by AZCentral, DOJ attorney John Keller announced
that the federal government will be investigating more allegations
against the Arizona sheriff. He says that Arpaio and three employees
will be investigated for obstruction of justice but Keller said the DOJ
will not proceed with prosecution because they believe the statute of
limitations prevents it. Judge Bolton was reported to say that she was
not sure if that was the case and asked for a toll on the statute of
limitations in order for the parties to research and discuss the issue.
The Phoenix publication also reported that federal district Judge G.
Murray Snow referred Arpaio, Chief Deputy Jerry Sheridan, Capt. Steve
Bailey and defense attorney Michele Iafrate for criminal contempt
charges. “Arpaio’s charge stems from a December 2011 federal court order
that barred his agency from enforcing federal immigration law. It is
alleged that his deputies continued to do so, however, for at least 18
months thereafter,” it reports.
A tentative date for a jury trial on the criminal contempt charges has been set for December 6th.
As reported by Breitbart Texas, Arpaio was sued by the ACLU, the
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), and a law
firm that Eric H. Holder, Jr. works for.
Holder was a partner at the firm for six years prior to his appointment
as U.S. Attorney General, and Holder returned to the firm after he left
his post as Attorney General. The law firm has been reported as “a key player in the opposition to Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration law.”
Arpaio has criticized Holder for among other things, how he handled
Operation Fast and Furious, and for not being a supporter of peace
officers. Holder was held in contempt of Congress in June 2012 over the
ATF’s Fast and Furious gun-running scandal. There were 255 House members
who voted to hold the sitting Attorney General in contempt, including
17 Democrats. Holder and the DOJ would not comply with an October 2011
subpoena to turn over thousands of documents related to Operation Fast
and Furious. Breitbart Texas has reported
extensively about Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry who was slain in
Arizona while on patrol. Two of the guns involved in the ambush were
eventually tied to the Fast and Furious operation. After two officers
were shot execution-style in New York, Arpaio criticized New York Mayor
Bill De Blasio and Attorney General Eric Holder.
Arpaio has long been a critic and nemesis of President Obama. In June 2014, Breitbart TV reported
that Arpaio told NewsMax TV that he believes Obama intentionally caused
the current crisis of thousands of unaccompanied minors flooding across
the U.S.-Mexico border to force “Congress to do something” or “shove
some more executive orders down our throat.”
In December 2014, Arpaio sued President Obama “to stop the president
from ‘ramming’ new immigration policies ‘down the throats of the
American people” and asked a federal judge to issue an injunction
blocking Obama’s executive actions of “blanket amnesty,” as reported by ABC News
and all the major news outlets. Arpaio’s lawyer, Larry Klayman, founder
of the conservative organization Judicial Watch, told the judge in open
court that Arpaio had been subject to bomb threats because of his
public stance against illegal immigration and his promise to fight the
president. As reported by Breitbart News in August 2015, Arpaio responded to a Washington, D.C. federal appeals court judge throwing out his lawsuit against Obama’s executive actions by vowing “we’re going to the Supreme Court.”
Breitbart Texas wrote an article in October 2015 entitled,
“Left Media Just Can’t Stop Trashing Sheriff Joe Arpaio – For Doing His
Job.” The piece noted, “Mainstream media, forever loyal to ‘the fight,’
has taken up the joint DOJ/ACLU effort and consistently delivers
dehumanizing mockery and disrespect to the sheriff’s plate.” “The fight”
he writes, is the “flow of millions of future Democratic Party voters.”
Mar 20 17 3:05 PM
The U.S. Justice Department notified Arpaio of the investigation in a letter saying his enforcement methods may unfairly target Hispanics and Spanish-speaking people.
Mar 20 17 3:58 PM
Mar 20 17 6:43 PM
by John Hayward21 Mar 20170
“When you really cut through it and
look through all of the parsed words, and clearly they lawyered up with
their statements, that, in fact, we really didn’t learn all that much,”
“We have the intelligence people such
as Clapper and the head of the CIA saying that at no time did Russia
basically influence the election and that there is no real ties between
the Trump administration and Russia. But then at the same time, we have
an ongoing FBI investigation into him – but even Comey himself said
things like, ‘The FBI doesn’t have any information that Obama himself
ordered Trump to be wiretapped,’” he observed.
“I don’t think that’s the issue here.
I don’t think Obama ever gave such a direct order, and they may not be
monitoring Mr. Trump, the president, at all. They’re monitoring his
associates for ties to Russia. So the way he says things, it’s like he’s
being very careful to walk a very thin line,” he said.
Uehlinger said he spent twelve years living in the former Soviet Union when he worked for the CIA, and he speaks Russian.
“I spent a lot of time literally
going head-to-head with Russian intelligence. I mean, they were
actually, believe it or not, at my wedding. Russian intelligence was
invited to my wedding because I was married over in Moldova. I was
friends – I was associates – with all of the intel reps in town, and
that included the Russians. So I know things Russian,” he said of his
very interesting how you watch the proceedings yesterday: the
Democrats, all of a sudden, have a great interest in Russian operations
that they never displayed in the past eight years. Well, I was a station
chief. They all seem to be shocked at the idea that Russia attempts to
influence the election process,” he said.
“Now, of course Russia attempts to influence the election process. They’ve been doing it for fifty years. They’re not particularly effective at
it, but they try to sort of – if they can, they do what they can to
influence public opinion, and usually it’s ineffective,” Uehlinger
“However, I would wager they’ve been
more effective in this past election simply because with the hacks, the
WikiLeaks revelations of the DNC emails and such, basically Russian
intelligence was doing the job that a viable true media should be doing
themselves. In other words, if we had good journalism in this country,
those kinds of revelations would have been made,” he contended.
“In this case, the American people
had WikiLeaks to provide the information that normal journalists should
provide in a normal kind of society – the society we had, let’s say,
thirty years ago. That’s unfortunate. But to feign shock that Russia is
attempting to do this by the Democrats is very disingenuous,” he said.
Uehlinger found it “ridiculous” that
Democrats and the media have hyped their “Russia hacked the election”
narrative for six months and counting, without a shred of evidence.
“We’ve seen some leaks, generally by
‘Deep State’ people in the bureaucracy and whatever, who are unhappy
with Trump, and they wish to leak this information out,” he added.
“However, we have no leaks that actually are the smoking gun of a
relationship, a collusion with Russia, because it doesn’t exist. Common
sense dictates we would have seen that already had that come to light.
It would have been irresistible to be leaked. The fact that it hasn’t
been leaked pretty much tells me it hasn’t happened yet.”
“The thing that I resent as a Russian
expert, as somebody who worked against them for many years, I resent
the fact that for the past six months Russia’s been used as a political
football by the Democrats, as a weapon against the Republicans,” he
declared. “And this is not a consequence-free environment. There are
political ramifications to this. Dragging Russia’s name through the mud
unnecessarily is just not constructive for diplomacy. We’ve got a lot of
major problems with the Russians, but there’s no point in needlessly
antagonizing them, which is what the Democrats want to do and what they
have been doing.”
A caller pointed out the similarities between what Democrats are doing today and McCarthy-era witch hunting.
“That’s very true,” Uehlinger agreed.
“One difference between McCarthyism, which Democrats love to pull out,
and this is that actually McCarthyism – despite the wrongs that were
committed – was actually based on some fact. In fact, the government at
the time was riddled with Soviet agents. There was actually some fire there, in that smoke. But in this smoke, there’s no fire.”
“That’s actually a quote from the director of the CIA, Morell, who said exactly that, like a week ago,” he added. “It is ridiculous,
and suddenly the Democrats have woken up, and suddenly Russia is a
great threat. Where have they been for the past eight years, or for that
matter, the last forty years? Traditionally, they’ve been apologists
for the Soviet Union and Russia.”
Uehlinger argued that the “Deep
State” is “not something out of a James Bond film, where people meet at
midnight, and you can’t see their faces, and they’re sitting around a
table plotting world domination.”
“The bottom line is, under eight
years of an Obama administration, the bureaucracy has been naturally
polarized,” he explained. “The people who favored the Obama
administration have tended to rise to the top. I would estimate at the
CIA, it’s probably, let’s say about 65 percent Democrat and maybe 35
percent Republican or conservative.”
“I was a conservative, but I was
always out in the field,” he noted. “The people who are walking around
in reality, the people who are in the bazaars and markets of the Third
World – much as cops are mostly conservative, the CIA officers in the
field tend to be perhaps more conservative, whereas your analysts, the
Washington creatures, the people who spend their entire career in
Washington tend to be more liberal. But there are a lot more of them than people like myself. We’re outnumbered.”
“Also, many people in the Justice
Department have said it’s about 80 percent liberal. The bottom line is,
these people, they’re empowered by Hillary Clinton and her former
administration calling themselves ‘The Resistance.’ They’re empowered by
that, and feel more justified in basically blunting or dulling the
policies of the president,” he said.
Marlow noted that Breitbart News has
traditionally been “a largely, almost overwhelmingly, anti-Russia news
outfit,” but now it is supposedly being examined by the FBI for “Russia
ties.” However, he agreed with President Trump that better ties with
Russia could be helpful in dealing with mutual enemies like the Islamic
“We’re not allowed to have a nuanced
adult opinion on Russia,” he lamented. “We must declare them evil, if
not the most evil thing on the planet, and Putin the most evil person on
the planet, or else we don’t pass some sort of litmus test to the
Democratic Party and the establishment media.”
“That’s a very good point,” Uehlinger
responded. “It’s true. It’s getting to the point that you can’t have an
adult opinion about it. I’m waiting for the day when someone tries to
throw something like that at me, who dedicated twelve years of his life
to helping U.S. security against the Russian threat.”
“In Europe, there was a case, a
female Danish newspaperwoman or something, a journalist, and she was
criticizing the Danish government’s immigration policies and all.
Immediately, the knee-jerk reaction is she’s an agent of the Russians
because now, if you say things like, ‘I want to restrict immigration,’
you’re obviously in the pay of Vladimir Putin. That’s insane, and that
really is McCarthyism now, that you’re accusing people of a relationship
with Russia that never had it because you simply disagree with their
opinion,” he said.
“Unfortunately, this merely empowers
the Russians. because what we’re doing, we’re setting ourselves up in a
society where Putin is able to show that he is, for instance, the
defender of Christianity.” He added, “No one in our society
will defend Christianity, and so people feel persecuted. This is
definitely happening in Eastern Europe. That makes Putin’s siren call
of, ‘Look, Russia is the moral country. Russia is the country that
believes in Christianity’ – it makes that propaganda ploy much more
effective. So the Democrats are delivering us into the hands of the Russians,” Uehlinger warned.
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