Patriotism: @realDonaldTrump’s disgusting display of deference and subservience to @KremlinRussia_E Putin, combined with the myriad of @GOP senators prostrating themselves (on July 4th, no less) to Putin was a shameful display of treasonous behavior. (2)
Cornered rat Trump lashes out & strips JB’s of his SC, but was too cowardly to notify DNI Coats.
Smacks of Nixon’s enemies list.
Distraction from O’s scariness!
Lordy there are tapes, many tapes!
Everyone in the WH is scared s*tess O taped them saying X!
CC: “You [DJT] admitted on Twitter that your son, son-in-law, and campaign manager met with Russian spies in your building to obtain “dirt” on your opponent. That “dirt” was the product of a felonious act carried out by GRU. That, by definition, is “collusion”
Ghouliani’s lifelong ties to the mob via Father & Uncle & decades long ties to the RUmob...
1999: Ghouliani mayoral campaign donor S.Kislin is linked to the RU mob
..and the story continues to widen as reporters unearth at least six other #GOP current and former Members of Congress who have recently owned or sold stock in Innate Immunotherapeutics, the Australian company at the center of the arrest of Rep. Collins./3 #GOPCORRUPT#Collins
.The attempt to impeach Rod Rosenstein clearly proves that the 11 congressional members that signed it aren't believers in "law and order". They aren't believers in the constitution, and support the take over of our country by #Putin. #VoteThemOut
Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio,
Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona, Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania, Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona, Rep. Jody Hice of Georgia, Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida and Rep. Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee.
Plus 2, who are they?
A #libtard tweet.
I am hearing, "oh shut up libtards, you have been talking about tRump investigation for over a year now, and they haven't found anything."
First of all, we don't know what they have found.
But as you are so resistant to learning any history. Let's do that.
June 17, 1972
Five men are arrested while trying to bug the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters at the Watergate, a hotel and office building in Washington, D.C. A day later, White House press secretary Ronald Ziegler famously called the
Watergate break-in a “third-rate burglary.” At a press conference June 22, President Nixon denied that the White House was involved in the incident.