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The Russian Interference in 2016 is a Result of Everyone Believing Hilary was Going to Win

Here's My Theory:

Putin was damn sure Hilary would win and he wanted to screw with her election. Cause so much turmoil, that when she became President, investigations would never end and her Presidency would be crippled.

Trump, and the closed circle of Trump supporters (i.e. Manafort, Don Jr., Kushner, Bannon, et all) firmly believed that they had very little, if any chance, to win this election. They threw caution to the wind. Manafort and Bannon are far from naïve'. They knew that colluding with Russia was a dangerous game, but they had no choice, if they wanted to win.

Hilary and our side were so convinced that she would win, we took Michigan, Wisconsin and even Pennsylvania (to a lesser extent) for granted. I remember, before the Oct. 27 Comey letter, that she was campaigning in Georgia and Arizona and talking about "running up the score".

Comey was so convinced that Hilary would win, that he wrote that Oct. 27 letter to cover his ass after Hilary won, to show how even handed he was.

Barak Obama was so convinced that Hilary was going to win, that he didn't go public prior to the election with all the evidence of collusion before Nov. 8. He figured that he could take care of that after the election and Hilary could follow up after the inauguration.

As a result, Putin over performed and Trump and his associates wanted to win so bad that even Treason was acceptable. Everyone miscalculated, even Putin. And, in the end, everyone listed here will regret their decisions during the election. And that includes Putin.

Fox News is State Run TV.

After reading other OP's on this site about Sean Hannity's tweets, it seems Sean is very upset about being called "state run television" in describing the Fox News Channel.

Joe Scarborough appears to have hit a nerve and the term is quite catchy. Better than "Fake News".

As long as Trump is in the White House, I will always refer to Fox as "state run television".

Australian Reporter Destroys Trump



Trump Finds "400 Pound Guy" who Hacked 2016 Election




Tech crowd goes wild for Trump's '400-pound hacker'

Elizabeth Weise , USATODAY Published 1:40 p.m. ET Sept. 27, 2016 | Updated 12:51 p.m. ET Sept. 27, 2016
SAN FRANCISCO — Donald Trump’s theory that the Democratic National Committee hack could have been the work of a 400-pound hacker or China directly contradicts the U.S. intelligence community, but more importantly, it gave the tech world its favorite hashtag for Monday night’s debate.



Health Care Plan That Every American Can understand

Why don't the Democrats just unveil our Health Care Plan.

Not 4,100 pages, or 410 pages, or even 41 pages.

Three easy to understand words:

MEDICARE FOR ALL.

All it takes is one simple amendment to the current Medicare language. After the sentence that says "Every American, 65 years of age or older", just eliminate the 65 years of age or older and put a period after "Every American".

There, how's that plan?

Trump and Pence Staffs are Fueding


By Anita Kumar

akumar@mcclatchydc.com

WASHINGTON —

<snip>Republicans are growing concerned that the staffs of Donald Trump and Mike Pence are starting to feud, the latest trouble to hit a White House that has spent months battling crisis after crisis.

They worry that any rift could be delaying decisions, distracting aides from their already stalled legislative agenda and could lead to more infighting and leaks, problems that have plagued the White House since Inauguration Day.

A half-dozen Republicans, including four who advised or worked for Trump’s campaign or transition and are still in contact with their former colleagues, said they think the two sides are talking less, disagreeing more and occasionally bad mouthing each others’ bosses. One said the staffs are “walled off” from each other. Several of the Republicans asked to not speak publicly because of the sensitivity of the situation. <snip>

Read more here: Link: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article159164854.html
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