The Obama administration’s Russian Reset began in Geneva on March 6, 2009. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton huddled with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, and together they pressed a red button that should have been labeled “Reset” in Russian.
Instead, Hillary’s aides had mislabeled it with the Russian word for “Overload.” Regardless, once pushed, the button symbolized a red dawn of increasingly cozy U.S.–Russian affairs.
how come we are spied on in every possible way (#5eyes, #InQTel & hundreds others) and everything is valid to you (& me), the average guy to court, to get conviction, to... fucking it, everything is legal.
But 'we have everything', except that everybody is
2- #MakingADeal because we need to collect evidence in 'whatever legal way'?
Are you fucking kidding me?
None of you have a problem with that?
3-More venting later...
4-That compound that 'we blew up', did Trump speak out against that? If yes, please link me to it. If not, why not? Aren't the 'white hats' in control now? Why are we hiding evidence?
5-And if there is no condemnation and no talk, doesn't that mean that:
Stand by for an instructive example of how false narratives and talking points are amplified by inaccurate media coverage. I will chain the tweest as replies to this one for those who are interested. #Wray#Horowitz#NoBias
It’s more reason you cannot necessarily believe what’s reported and repeated, no matter how many are reporting and repeating it. Make up your own mind. You can see for yourself.
Here’s a link to today’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. I’ll include time code notes on the subsequent tweets. c-span.org/video/?446804-…
1. I haven't had time yet to digest all of the report, but the few things I have looked for are much more damning than all the tweets I've been reading this afternoon. I think a lot of people are missing the primary thread so to speak.
2. While #Horowitz is saying he found no single smoking gun that proved the #ClintonEmail case was spiked for political reasons. He outlines lots of political bias & even more bad decisions. Out of policy decisions, decisions by people that should have been recused, etc.
3. So what if OIG had actually said “I our opinion this all adds up to prove bias”?
That would be a judgment call, right? And judgment calls are always questioned by someone with different judgment, especially if they are motivated to reach a different conclusion.