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Proof Ivanka married her father+father-in-law (Jared Kusher overpays for his must have 666 address)

(I think this is the title of this thread on Twitter)
Narcissist, trouble with big loan, temper, begs creditor to write down the loan, launches a vendetta, and more.

Click on the tweet to be taken to the thread.


https://twitter.com/khanoisseur/status/830519613406400513

Yet another "coincidence"? (Trump, Russian Ambassador, and Sessions)

I know. I know. Trump says he never met the Ambassador.

On the day that Trump met with the Russian Ambassador on April 27, 2016, Trump was giving a speech at an invitation only event about foreign policy at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. It just so happens there are photos of that event.

Here you see Trump: http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/republican-presidential-candidate-donald-trump-delivers-a-speech-his-picture-id524993066

Now, who do you suppose this is? http://www.gettyimages.com/license/524985356

And guess who else was there? http://www.gettyimages.com/license/524993068


Credit goes to charging_bull on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/worldnews/comments/5y3k0v/trump_personally_met_with_russian_ambassador/den4wh2/

***Updated Comprehensive Document Concerning the Trump-Russia Investigation*** and 2 Timelines

THIS is the real Vault: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DnQWKe9koRkG31bO3vGJdLjqlI5fPi4I7MRjWFTz3Y0/edit


Timeline 1: https://www.sutori.com/story/trumputin

Timeline 2: https://medium.com/@briansperling/the-donald-trump-russia-master-timeline-7d520cbd08e0#.ar7wa5gox

I can't get the link to work in the second timeline. You will have to copy and paste it.


These were put together by Reddit posters. I can only imagine the work/hours and hours of research put into them.



Trump's Casinos, "bad" business deals, Russia, and Money Laundering

You have to click on this first twitter link to read the thread.

https://twitter.com/khanoisseur/status/817875178470445062?lang=en





Highlights below

https://twitter.com/Khanoisseur/status/783117027921637376

https://twitter.com/Khanoisseur/status/804391552604721153

https://twitter.com/Khanoisseur/status/817876860788817920

https://twitter.com/Khanoisseur/status/817882183289356288

https://twitter.com/Khanoisseur/status/816171399370768384

https://twitter.com/Khanoisseur/status/816203235962650624

https://twitter.com/Khanoisseur/status/817982670277746688


There's more to read, but this at least gives you a taste.

This former British lawmaker is at the heart of the Trump wiretap allegations

By Karla Adam March 6 at 4:59 PM

LONDON — A former British legislator is at the heart of the Trump administration’s explosive allegation that President Barack Obama was spying on him during the 2016 campaign.

But who exactly is Louise Mensch?

For starters, the politician-turned-journalist is the writer behind an article published on the eve of the election titled: “EXCLUSIVE: FBI ‘Granted FISA Warrant’ Covering Trump Camp’s Ties To Russia.”

The article, published on the right-leaning, libertarian website Heat Street, did not create much of a stir at the time. But it has come under the spotlight after Trump, in a tweetstorm over the weekend, accused Obama of wiretapping his offices during the election campaign. Trump compared the alleged bugging to the Watergate scandal, but he has not offered any evidence to back up his claims.

In tweets on Monday, Mensch emphasized that her reporting does not back up Trump’s wiretapping claim, even though the White House cited her article to justify the allegation. She stressed that her reporting refers to a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court warrant and does not mention anything about wiretapping.

More here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/the-former-british-lawmaker-at-the-heart-of-the-trump-wiretap-allegations/2017/03/06/9d8c6b94-027c-11e7-9d14-9724d48f5666_story.html?utm_term=.2165351751ea



Follow her on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/LouiseMensch

Also, Louise continues to say that only Breitbart "news" reported the "wiretap". No other news organization did. Breitbard did! Wonder who in the White House used to work for Breitbart? Hummm.....

"We have an Administration in freefall." - Dan Rather


At some points words fail, or they are starting to fail me. We have an Administration in freefall. Have we passed through the circle of chaos? Are we at the circle of havoc?

The real Donald Trump has stood up, once again. Let no one ever be fooled. Let there be no doubt. The man who sends out a twitter tirade accusing a former President of crimes for which he provides no evidence, the man who doubles down when everyone with any sense pushes back, that man is our Commander in Chief. Every one who normalizes Mr. Trump now, or has in the past, will have to answer to future generations for their acquiescence, silence or sophistry—if, indeed, not outright cowardice.

How hollow do all those pundit plaudits (including from many progressives) sound now for an average and disingenuous speech of someone else's words read from a teleprompter to Congress and the nation a week ago? A "presidential" Trump is a punchline to a joke no one wants to have told. Conspiracy theories are corrosive in society at large. When they dictate national policy, they can be lethal.

This is a man who challenged the citizenship of President Obama, with lies, innuendo, and no evidence. This is a man who claimed widespread voter fraud with lies, innuendo, and no evidence. This is a man who has taken a rhetorical blowtorch to our Constitutional principles with lies, innuendo, and no evidence. Those who rose in Congress to applaud his turns of phrase bear responsibility. Those who cynically use his presidency to push forward unpopular giveaways to the rich and well connected bear responsibility. Those in the press who meet insults with explanations bear responsibility.

Even the most grounded of presidents must fight to keep themselves moored to the real world. The Oval Office can be a bubble. Power attracts sycophants and cynics. But I have never seen anything like this. The sheer level of paranoia that is radiating out of the White House is untenable to the workings of a republic. I have a real question if President Trump actually believes what he is saying. Even Richard Nixon, the most paranoid president to date, ruled for years with a relatively calm hand. This Administration has been an off kilter whirlwind since the inauguration, and news reports suggest that seething anger from Mr. Trump is only getting worse. There is a growing consensus that the President may be "unhinged." It's a serious allegation, but even if it is not the case, Mr. Trump only has himself to blame.

To call a drama Shakespearean or operatic is usually an overreach. But I imagine artists of the future, and even the present, will find ample inspiration in our moment in history. Doesn't Steve Bannon strike you as an Iago whispering in the ear of an Othello-like Trump, consumed by jealousy and paranoia?

As the questions mount around Russia, as the circles of defense begin to falter, the determination to create diversions will escalate. But if the President hoped he could create a distraction, I think he misjudged the will of the American people. We have woken. We are paying attention. And we love our country too much to let it falter without a fight.


https://www.facebook.com/theDanRather/posts/10158306303030716

Another important document not to be missed is this timeline

that was linked from the InvestigationDoc I posted earlier.

https://www.sutori.com/story/trumputin

Grab a cup of coffee.

***Holy Mother of Documents*** / Exhaustive Document Concerning the Trump-Russia Investigation

New link because the old one died: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DnQWKe9koRkG31bO3vGJdLjqlI5fPi4I7MRjWFTz3Y0/edit

https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1gg6SdgftOynibeZjThGfa6eN8myZFYgtv7ztdJgeJSU/mobilebasic

Evidently this was put together by a Reddit poster and he wants it spread/shared.

Edited title as suggestion of Pacifist Patriot.

(Class forced to crawl on track) Junction investigates 'uncalled for' school punishment


Junction investigates 'uncalled for' school punishment
Class forced to crawl on track

By Jennifer Rios
Posted May 4, 2012 at 7:06 p.m.


SAN ANGELO, Texas — Parents of Junction Elementary School fifth-grade students thought twice about sending their children back to school this week.

Their children came home Wednesday with scraped knees and palms, injuries they told their parents were the result of punishment meted out by teachers who forced them to crawl 100 meters — slightly more than the length of a football field — on the school running track.

The parents took their complaints to the school as well as local law enforcement authorities.

...snip

Parents said their children told them the punishment was in response to an incident earlier in the day when a few fifth-graders "meowed," making cat noises after being told by their teacher to be quiet.

More: http://www.gosanangelo.com/news/2012/may/04/junction-investigates-uncalled-for-school/


Michael Moore - The Times They Are A-Changin'

http://soundcloud.com/occupy-this-album/01-michael-moore-the-times

I had no idea he had it in him.

Here's a copy of his email:

A Little Treat ...from Michael Moore

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Friends,

Here's a free song for you.

It's my contribution to "Occupy This Album", a compilation CD (99 songs!) featuring David Crosby & Graham Nash, Steve Earle, Tom Morello, Willie Nelson, Ani DiFranco, Third Eye Blind, Immortal Technique and Jackson Browne to be released Tuesday, May 15th. All proceeds from this album will go to fund the Occupy Wall Street movement (all the musicians and songwriters have donated their time and music).

They asked me if I'd like to record a poem or maybe make a music video of some of the songs. I said, "I could just sing a song."

When the laughter died down, I recorded this.

I hope you enjoy my first try at this new profession (though I have no intention of giving up my day job).

And thank you, Bob Dylan, for your contribution, and for approving this, my debut.

Enjoy!

Michael Moore
MMFlint@MichaelMoore.com
@MMFlint
MichaelMoore.com
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