Topic: Our president was videotaped having sex with prostitutes by Russia
Farm fam fag fellator started this discussion 1 week ago#58,686
Please explain why the Russian intelligence services having greater influence on Trump than our own is a good thing meta. Preferably in that breezy dismissive tone you use when you're more full of shit than usual.
Farm fam fag fellator (OP) replied with this 1 week ago, 13 seconds later, 1 hour after the original post[^][v]#750,055
Say that to my face not online and see what happens.
Me, mark, all of the virgins on the board like turkey.
@750,050 (Dr Green !BEERiVqJJw)
Let's just say Trump's sexual interests aren't vanilla. I do agree that this isn't shocking enough to make waves given the pussy recording, but his actions are much more rational if he is/was fearful of this or other compromising details collected by Russia.
Metæ !goTRUMPlbg replied with this 1 week ago, 1 minute later, 1 hour after the original post[^][v]#750,062
@750,057 (Farm fam fag fellator)
Okay let's say Putin has a tape of Trump having sex with prostitutes in Moscow. How is this news? The guy who talks about "grab them by the pussy" had sex with a prostitute?! Are you kidding me?! What's next, is he gonna get a blowjob in the oval office?
Farm fam fag fellator (OP) replied with this 1 week ago, 3 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[^][v]#750,068
@750,062 (Metæ !goTRUMPlbg)
It's news because there is clearly something off with the relationship between Trump and the Russian government. People have speculated that he could have been compromised during his 2013 trip many months ago.
Now there is specific and credible evidence of this.
If you don't understand the importance of not having the person who directs our foreign policy beholden to a 2nd world regime then you really shouldn't vote.
> The intelligence community views the allegations and the existence of the tape as credible. Stop being a fucking idiot.
Is this the same intelligence community which told Bush that Hussein has weapons of mass destructions? Is it the same intelligence community that told Obama to bomb the hospital in Kunduz? Is it the same intelligence community that failed to tell the most powerful person on the planet that some Russian kids were hacking his party's servers? I could go on.
Anonymous C replied with this 1 week ago, 3 minutes later, 4 hours after the original post[^][v]#750,174
@previous (Bitcoin bikers breed bitch)
Why do you feel the need to insult anyone who argues against you? Could it be you're a socially stunted child? No, I wouldn't say that because it would be rude and childish.
squeegee joined in and replied with this 1 week ago, 38 minutes later, 5 hours after the original post[^][v]#750,194
@750,166 (L) > Is this the same intelligence community which told Bush that Hussein has weapons of mass destructions?
that was intelligence that was determined by the bush administration, in hindsight the intel from the CIA didn't agree. go look into it. not to mention many of the people in charge during the bush years are now gone. so... no, it's actually not even close to being the same people
> Is it the same intelligence community that told Obama to bomb the hospital in Kunduz?
right, i'm sure the pentagon had nothing to do with that. it was aaaaaall the intelligence gatherers fault.
On 25 November 2015, General John F. Campbell, the American commander in Afghanistan, spoke about the results of the investigation and described the incident as "the direct result of avoidable human error, compounded by process and equipment failures." Campbell said that the investigation had showed that the AC-130 gunship crew misidentified the clinic as a nearby Taliban-controlled government building. The American gunship had identified the building based on a visual description from Afghan troops, and did not consult their no-strike list, which included the co-ordinates of the hospital as provided by MSF. Electronic equipment malfunctions on the gunship prevented it from accessing email and images, while a navigation error meant its targeting equipment also misidentified the target buildings. The aircraft fired 211 shells at the building in 29 minutes, before American commanders realized the mistake and ordered the attack to stop. The report found that the MSF facility "did not have an internationally-recognized symbol to identify it as a medical facility,". This finding was contested by Joe Goldstein stating that the facility had a MSF symbol on it. According to the report, 12 minutes into the operation, the US military was contacted by MSF, but the faulty electronics on the plane prevented the message from getting through until the attack was over.
see how they directly blame the intelligence community for telling them to bomb that hospital! you were right, and boy was i wr... wait a minute...
> Is it the same intelligence community that failed to tell the most powerful person on the planet that some Russian kids were hacking his party's servers? I could go on.
as you well know there were early reports of this waaaaay before the election. just because the right decided it was fake news back then doesn't mean the intelligence community had a failure. just because we didn't know about it until more recently, that doesn't mean the president didn't know about it earlier. the intelligence goes back pretty far, if you'd bother to look at the dates.
Okay, so you're in possession of the most important piece of intelligence of the century: Proof that Russia has blackmailed the President and hacked the election. And of course this information needs to get out there quickly. Who do you leak it to? The Washington Post? The New York Times? Glenn Greenwald? The BBC? CNN? No. You leak it to Buzzfeed, publisher of such hard hitting investigative journalism as "18 Things Only True Cat Lovers Know To Be True" and "25 Frightening Facts About White Guys With Dreads". It just doesn't add up :/
squeegee joined in and replied with this 1 week ago, 1 minute later, 1 day after the original post[^][v]#750,507
@750,501 (Metæ !goTRUMPlbg)
these memos have been circulating for months. intel agencies had them, media outlets had them. becuase they are unverified they didn't get published by the press. then, when the cia included them in a briefing, and also established the credibility of the source, buzzfeed decided to finally publish documents they've had since at least october.
there's no mystery here. also, no leak. the documents were created by a private contractor and disseminated by his company. it's not like these were classified intel documents created by the cia and leaked by the media.
squeegee replied with this 1 week ago, 1 minute later, 1 day after the original post[^][v]#750,514
another interesting thing is that christpher steel was originally hired by republicans during the primaries to do opposition research on trump. later he was hired by democrats to do the same after the primaries.
so basically this intel comes from a bipartisan effort to look into trumps personal history and business dealings.
and, interestingly, this is exactly the kind of research that trump forbid his own campaign from looking into when typically that is done to stay ahead of any unexpected narratives. instead, trump ensures those exact things weren't put under a microscope.
Sheila LaBoof replied with this 1 week ago, 1 hour later, 1 day after the original post[^][v]#750,597
@750,501 (Metæ !goTRUMPlbg) > Proof that Russia has blackmailed the President and hacked the election
You are the first that I've ever heard to call it actually PROOF
do you have special acces that we don't
tell us dude
squeegee replied with this 1 week ago, 3 hours later, 1 day after the original post[^][v]#750,693
oh? care to share one of your sources for your claim? here's one of mine.
In September 2015, a Washington political research firm, Fusion GPS, paid by a wealthy Republican donor who did not like Mr. Trump, began to compile “opposition research” on him — standard practice in politics.
Last June, after evidence of Russian hacking of Democratic targets surfaced, Fusion GPS hired a retired British intelligence officer, Christopher Steele, to investigate Mr. Trump’s ties to Russia.
After it became clear that Mr. Trump would be the Republican nominee, Democratic clients who supported Hillary Clinton began to pay Fusion GPS for this same opposition research.