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Old 22-11-2016, 08:47 PM   #21
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The recent pictures at the 'roast' are a telling sign. As are all the past photos of the Clintons and Trump - clearly they are friends.
They mix in the same circles. In business, you have to schmooze. People have a professional public persona, and a private persona. It's also more than probable that the majority of (non-conspiracy theorist) people were unaware of the dodgy backstory surrounding the Clintons, certainly as you go back through the years.

Trump isn't even in office yet, but people on here expect him to:

1. Announce that Hillary will hang on day 1.
2. Announce that Mossad did 9-11

As things stand, Trump ISN'T THE PRESIDENT. He hasn't even got the Electoral College votes. He can't do anything until he is inaugurated. Yet we have day after day after day of posters on here bitching that he isn't doing anything, or that he won't do anything.

His number one goal right now should be to play it cool until he gets voted into office by the Electoral College. That's EXACTLY what he's doing from where I'm sitting. The last thing Trump needs to be doing right now, is making poorly thought out statements and sending the train off the tracks.

Cool it and wait. If Trump does renege on his promises, I'll be the first to criticise him. But let's wait until HE ACTUALLY CAN do anything before we complain that he ISN'T doing anything. Any moves in that direction right now, only sets the stage for a pardon from Obama.

Why is this so hard for people to comprehend?

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Old 22-11-2016, 08:50 PM   #22
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Moreover, the POTUS doesn't indict anyone, ever. That comes down to the Justice Dept.

You never forecast your next move, unless you are dumber than a bag of rocks. He has famously said, never let the enemy know what your intentions are. Sun Tzu, Art of War.

It actually wouldn't surprise me to hear that she's already dead. Or died back on 11/9 and they've been using a clone ever since... It wouldn't surprise me one bit.

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Old 22-11-2016, 11:38 PM   #23
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He is a liar, as are all politicians.
As are all Humans.
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Old 22-11-2016, 11:40 PM   #24
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Trump says he will not take investigations of the Clintons off the table
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A poll released by the Council on American-Islamic Relations Tuesday reveals president-elect Donald Trump received nearly three times as many Muslim votes as Republican nominee Mitt Romney in 2012.

According to CAIR, “the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization,” an exit poll of more than 2,000 registered Muslim voters found that 13 percent chose Trump as opposed to 4.4 percent for Romney.

https://www.cair.com/press-center/pr...exit-poll.html
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Old 22-11-2016, 11:46 PM   #26
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He is a liar, as are all politicians.
To be exact, Trump is not a politician. Yet.
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Old 22-11-2016, 11:51 PM   #27
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They mix in the same circles. In business, you have to schmooze. People have a professional public persona, and a private persona. It's also more than probable that the majority of (non-conspiracy theorist) people were unaware of the dodgy backstory surrounding the Clintons, certainly as you go back through the years.

Trump isn't even in office yet, but people on here expect him to:

1. Announce that Hillary will hang on day 1.
2. Announce that Mossad did 9-11

As things stand, Trump ISN'T THE PRESIDENT. He hasn't even got the Electoral College votes. He can't do anything until he is inaugurated. Yet we have day after day after day of posters on here bitching that he isn't doing anything, or that he won't do anything.

His number one goal right now should be to play it cool until he gets voted into office by the Electoral College. That's EXACTLY what he's doing from where I'm sitting. The last thing Trump needs to be doing right now, is making poorly thought out statements and sending the train off the tracks.

Cool it and wait. If Trump does renege on his promises, I'll be the first to criticise him. But let's wait until HE ACTUALLY CAN do anything before we complain that he ISN'T doing anything. Any moves in that direction right now, only sets the stage for a pardon from Obama.

Why is this so hard for people to comprehend?
If he backs down on this, he will have countless millions slaughtering each other in the streets. The Trump supporters have been restrained in the wake of the Democrats rioting but a backdown of this will see people take the law into their own hands.

And while he has final say in many things its not a real good idea to interfere with the judicial process. If the FBI find that criminal acts have taken place within the CGI they will prosecute. Time will reveal all.
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To be exact, Trump is not a politician. Yet.
Of course he's a politician, the day he entered politics.
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When he enters the White House as a president on day 1, he'll be one.
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When he enters the White House as a president on day 1, he'll be one.
That makes no sense. But carry on.
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That makes no sense. But carry on.
To me he's not a real politician yet. Just a business man who entered American politics.
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They mix in the same circles. In business, you have to schmooze. People have a professional public persona, and a private persona. It's also more than probable that the majority of (non-conspiracy theorist) people were unaware of the dodgy backstory surrounding the Clintons, certainly as you go back through the years.

Trump isn't even in office yet, but people on here expect him to:

1. Announce that Hillary will hang on day 1.
2. Announce that Mossad did 9-11

As things stand, Trump ISN'T THE PRESIDENT. He hasn't even got the Electoral College votes. He can't do anything until he is inaugurated. Yet we have day after day after day of posters on here bitching that he isn't doing anything, or that he won't do anything.

His number one goal right now should be to play it cool until he gets voted into office by the Electoral College. That's EXACTLY what he's doing from where I'm sitting. The last thing Trump needs to be doing right now, is making poorly thought out statements and sending the train off the tracks.

Cool it and wait. If Trump does renege on his promises, I'll be the first to criticise him. But let's wait until HE ACTUALLY CAN do anything before we complain that he ISN'T doing anything. Any moves in that direction right now, only sets the stage for a pardon from Obama.

Why is this so hard for people to comprehend?


Are you aware that the democrats are still hopefull that they can prevent Trump from getting in office? by recruiting electoral college members to refuse to vote.

Rebel US presidential electors plot to block Donald Trump by undermining electoral college
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...ing-electoral/

Some even believe they can still get Hillary to be prez.?

Interesting times ahead until the 20th January 2017.


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Would you say David Icke is a politician? He 'entered' in politics by running a while back. Did he not?


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Would you say David Icke is a politician? He 'entered' in politics by running a while back. Did he not?
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He was a politician, now he's writer/researcher, by profession.
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Are you aware that the democrats are still hopefull that they can prevent Trump from getting in office? by recruiting electoral college members to refuse to vote.

Rebel US presidential electors plot to block Donald Trump by undermining electoral college
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...ing-electoral/

Some even believe they can still get Hillary to be prez.?

Interesting times ahead until the 20th January 2017.


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Yep I read that this morning. I had an idea they were planning something along those lines- the paid for 'protests' and attempts to present Hillary in a sympathetic light (no makeup, downbeat, forlorn). However, she DID concede, so...

The Clinton Camp are also now suggesting 'hacking' in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania (e.g., http://www.breitbart.com/big-governm...#disqus_thread)

Something that few people on here have mentioned, but the CEO of the Clinton Foundation, Eric Braverman has been missing for almost a month. Assange is missing and someone claiming to be from Wikileaks whose posts keep being deleted everywhere, is claiming that of the fifteen people associated with wiki that he knew, he could only contact one, and the rest were also apparently missing.

So yes, there are also a lot of people that seem to have disappeared after the Clinton leaks. That's a lot less people able to testify in court...

That's the reality- loose lips sink ships. The mere threat of prosecution is leading to a lot of persons going missing, as things stand. It's possible that this is why Trump appears to be back-tracking- he doesn't want to have that blood on his hands. Maybe, who knows?




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