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Dems Warning Base No Evidence of Trump/Russia Collusion
But isn't lack of evidence proof of a conspiracy?

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03-19-2017 12:16 PM
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RE: Dems Warning Base No Evidence of Trump/Russia Collusion
(03-19-2017 12:16 PM)LeFlâneur Wrote:  But isn't lack of evidence proof of a conspiracy?

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Maybe it was the Russian hackers who covered it up...but the CIA was pretending to be Russian hackers so...that means that the CIA under Democrat control made it look like they covered it up, pretending to be the Russians. So yeah, there is your collusion.
03-19-2017 12:23 PM
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RE: Dems Warning Base No Evidence of Trump/Russia Collusion
(03-19-2017 12:16 PM)LeFlâneur Wrote:  But isn't lack of evidence proof of a conspiracy?

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Machiavelli has been given new marching orders by his "carnival barkers."
03-19-2017 04:14 PM
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RE: Dems Warning Base No Evidence of Trump/Russia Collusion
This is the level our political system has stopped to.

While I hate to blame one side more than the other it has been the left over the last 20 years which has brought us down to the level where actually damaging the democratic process is okay.
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RE: Dems Warning Base No Evidence of Trump/Russia Collusion
And maybe the lies and fake news from Washington Post have been exposed:

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/byron-...le/2617802

One of their talking points is that Trump weakened the platform on Russia. This article says the opposite happened:

"...The second passage was more expansive and began by noting a desire to maintain a friendship with "the people of Russia." But better relations are made more difficult, the draft said, by "the continuing erosion of personal liberty and fundamental rights under the current officials in the Kremlin":

Repressive at home and reckless abroad, their policies imperil the nations which regained their self-determination upon the collapse of the Soviet Union. We will meet the return of Russian belligerence with the same resolve that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union. We will not accept any territorial change in Eastern Europe imposed by force, in Ukraine or elsewhere, and will use all appropriate measures to bring to justice the practitioners of aggression and assassination.
That wasn't exactly a pro-Russia or pro-Putin statement. And it stayed in the final Republican platform.
Not only that, the later, final platform contained a few additional words on Russia and Ukraine that weren't in the original draft. To the first passage cited above, after "from the Baltic to the Caucasus," the GOP platform committee added this:
We support maintaining and, if warranted, increasing sanctions, together with our allies, against Russia unless and until Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity are fully restored. We also support providing appropriate assistance to the armed forces of Ukraine and greater coordination with NATO defense planning.
That wasn't exactly pro-Russian, either. The bottom line: The original GOP draft platform contained reasonably tough language on Russia, and the amendment process added tougher language on Russia."
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