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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - rhw007 - 05-14-2017

FBI Source: Comey Dropped Rice Unmasking Investigation Because It Implicated Himself

Posted on May 13, 2017 by Ray Starmann

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Here’s Posobiec’s bio from Rebel Media: Jack Posobiec is a writer, filmmaker, and recovering political operative. In 2016, Jack was the Special Projects Director for Citizens for Trump, the largest Trump grassroots organization in the US.
Originally from the Philadelphia area, Jack has worked for 4 presidential campaigns, as well as numerous candidates for Senate, Congress, and Governor. He is also a veteran of the US Navy with multiple deployments overseas. He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
In his spare time, Jack is a science fiction aesthete, theater patron, and a proud member of #SlavRight.
And a recent Reuters article: A U.S. far-right online activist credited with initially sharing on Twitter hacked emails from the French presidential campaign of centrist Emmanuel Macron is the latest conservative media figure to receive White House access from the Trump administration.
Jack Posobiec, a Washington-based writer at the Rebel Media, a Canadian online political and social news commentary platform, attended the daily press briefing on Tuesday and later broadcast video from the White House grounds with positive commentary on President Donald Trump’s abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey.
Posobiec told Reuters he first obtained temporary White House credentials in early April, but he has submitted a request for a permanent pass. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Cyber security experts, minority party Democrats and some U.S. intelligence officials have grown more concerned since the leak of Macron’s emails about potential connections between Russian organizations, including its spy agencies, and far-right media figures in the United States who they suspect played a role in Russian efforts to influence elections.


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More indications Intel assessment of Russian interference in election was rigged

Posted on May 14, 2017 by Ray Starmann

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Although the news media is certain to play up a new Senate Intelligence Committee subpoena of Michael Flynn for documents on his business dealings with Russia as a major new development in the congressional investigations of possible Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, there is a far more important story that surfaced this week that no one is talking about: a mysterious hand-picked group of analysts chosen to write a damning intelligence assessment that found Russia intervened in the election to help Trump win.
On January 6, 2017, the U.S. Intelligence Community issued an “Intelligence Community Assessment” (ICA) that found Russia deliberately interfered in the 2016 presidential election to benefit Trump’s candidacy.  The news media and Trump critics have claimed this assessment ended the debate on this issue because it was the unanimous and objective conclusion of “all 17” U.S. Intelligence Agencies.
I wrote in a January 7 Fox News Opinion article that there are compelling reasons to believe this ICA was actually a politicized analysis that violated normal rules for crafting intelligence assessments to ensure this one reached the bottom line conclusion that the Obama administration was looking for.  I believe this even more strongly after former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper’s Senate testimony this week.
In his May 8 testimony to a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing, Clapper confirmed what I said in January: the ICA reflected the views of only three intelligence agencies — CIA, NSA and FBI – not all 17.  I explained in my January article how unusual this was since an ICA is supposed to reflect the collected judgment of all U.S. intelligence agencies or at least include all agencies with relevant expertise.  Clapper did not explain why the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Department of Homeland Security and the State Department’s intelligence bureau did not participate.
I also contended in my January article that the January 6 ICA was suspicious because it reached unusually clear judgments on a politically explosive issue with no dissenting views.
I previously thought the ICA’s unambiguous, dissent-free judgments were the result of limiting the number of intelligence agencies which could participate.  But based on Clapper’s testimony, it appears that politicization of this assessment was much more serious.
Clapper explained in his testimony that two dozen or so “seasoned experts” were “handpicked” from the contributing agencies” and drafted the ICA “under the aegis of his former office” (the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.)
While Clapper claimed these analysts were given “complete independence” to reach their findings, he added that their conclusions “were thoroughly vetted and then approved by the directors of the three agencies and me.”
This process drastically differed from the Intelligence Community’s normal procedures.
Hand-picking a handful of analysts from just three intelligence agencies to write such a controversial assessment went against standing rules to vet such analyses throughout the Intelligence Community within its existing structure.  The idea of using hand-picked intelligence analysts selected through some unknown process to write an assessment on such a politically sensitive topic carries a strong stench of politicization.
I also note that FBI Director James Comey said in testimony to the House Intelligence Committee the conclusion that Russia tried to affect the outcome of the election to help Trump win was based on logic, not evidence.  So we now know this was a subjective judgment made by a hand-picked group of intelligence analysts.
One has to ask how these hand-picked analysts were picked.  Who picked them?  Who was excluded?  I am also concerned that the conclusions of these hand-picked intelligence analysts were later vetted and approved by Clapper and three other intelligence agency heads.
A major problem with this process is that it gave John Brennan, CIA’s hyper-partisan former director, enormous influence over the drafting of the ICA.  Given Brennan’s scathing criticism of Mr. Trump before and after the election, he should have had no role whatsoever in the drafting of this assessment.  Instead, Brennan probably selected the CIA analysts who worked on the ICA and reviewed and approved their conclusions.
While I believe Russian cyber warfare operations are a serious threat to our security and democratic system including our elections, I find it difficult to believe Russia meddled in the election as part of a scheme to help Trump win because this assumes the Putin government believed Trump had a reasonable chance of winning when the entire mainstream media and almost all U.S. political prognosticators thought otherwise.  I doubt the Russians were so clairvoyant.
But I find it ever harder to believe the Intelligence Community’s “logical” conclusion that Russia meddled in the election to help Trump win since this conclusion was the result of intelligence officials breaking the rules on producing Intelligence Community assessments.  An assessment purporting to be an objective and authoritative analysis of such an extremely controversial subject should have went the extra mile to consider points of view from all intelligence agencies and intelligence experts and not be limited to a small group of analysts hand-picked through some unknown process.  There also should have been dissenting views and an annex with evaluations of this assessment by outside reviewers.
The unusual way that the January 6, 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment was drafted raises major questions as to whether it was rigged by the Obama administration to produce conclusions that would discredit the election outcome and Mr. Trump’s presidency.  The House and Senate Intelligence Committees therefore should add investigations of whether this ICA was politicized to their investigations of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.


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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 05-17-2017

D.C. : There's Arrow ANU Milwaukee Co. Sheriff In Town
David Clarke Says He’s Taking Homeland Security Job  LilD

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke says he has accepted a top position at the Department of Homeland Security, he announced during a radio interview Wednesday.
“I will be leaving the position of sheriff to accept an appointment as assistant secretary in the Department of Homeland Security,” Clarke said during an interview with WISN radio host Vicki McKenna.
“I’m both honored and humbled to be a appointed to this position by [DHS Sec. John Kelly] working for the Trump administration.”

Clarke, a conservative Democrat, will reportedly take the position of assistant secretary at the agency’s office of partnership and programs. The office partners with state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies.

He will begin working at DHS in June.

Clarke was recently floated as a long shot to replace former FBI Director James Comey after his firing last week. Rumors surfaced last month that Clarke was being considered for a Homeland Security position.

Clarke’s tough talk on crime has made him a hit with conservatives, including with President Trump’s base. He has been a vocal critic of illegal immigration and anti-police crime. He has also caused controversy over his remarks about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Clarke’s new job will be “a huge undertaking,” he told McKenna.

“I’m almost overwhelmed just with the thought of it, but at the same time I never shy away from a challenge,” he said.

The Department of Homeland Security declined to say whether Clarke has been offered the position.
“The position mentioned is a Secretarial appointment. Such senior positions are announced by the Department when made official by the Secretary. No such announcement with regard to the Office of Public Engagement has been made,” a spokeswoman for the agency told The Daily Caller.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 05-19-2017


Unemployment Falls to a 28-Year Low in Age of Trump
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As the whole of the old media establishment talks daily about unproven claims that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians to get elected, a bigger story has quietly been unfolding, and now it can be reported that in this new age of Trump, the unemployment numbers have fallen to a 28-year low.
Since May, the claims for unemployment benefits are down to the lowest level in 28 years, the Department of Labor reported Thursday, according to the Washington Examiner.

Federal reporting shows that the number of unemployed workers is now at 19 million, the lowest since March 1998 when the U.S. workforce was much smaller.
Furthermore, the number of continuing claims are down to 1.95 million, the lowest since 1974.
The most recent numbers put unemployment at 4.4 percent, a number that economists once considered “full employment.” Indeed, this percentage is already below where the Federal Reserve thought it could go during a healthy economy.
The latest news comes after several past reporting periods showing a growing economy. In March, for instance, economists expected nonfarm payrolls to grow by 190,000, compared with 227,000 in January. But by the reporting period, authorities were surprised to findthe economy added 235,000 jobs, far higher than expected.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - rhw007 - 05-20-2017

Comey to testify in open Senate hearing on alleged Russian interference in 2016 election

Published time: 20 May, 2017 03:17
Edited time: 20 May, 2017 03:20

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 05-23-2017

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She was the first of first ladies, but what else do you know about Martha Dandridge Custis Washington? After an eventful and varied life, Martha Washington died on May 22, 1802, of a severe fever.
Martha Washington was 27 years old and a widowed mother of two when she married George Washington in 1759.

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Establishment fears losing ability to undermine Trump
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The mainstream media is melting down   Giveafuckmeter2ik  Ninja  after Infowars received White House press credentials, underscoring how the establishment wants to monopolize the news coming from the White House to undermine President Trump.

Infowars posted a short article on Monday morning showing DC correspondent Jerome Corsi inside the White House press area, which triggered thousands of mainstream media articles and tweets by establishment journalists outraged that they can no longer distort news to make President Trump look bad.

An estimated 3,000+ news stories covered the Infowars article, which itself received over 14,000 direct shares on Facebook at the time of this writing.

But the mainstream media coverage is largely negative, highlighting how the establishment media will shed its supposed objectivity to desperately maintain control over public opinion.

“The outlet was reportedly granted only day-long press credentials, which are far easier to receive and viewed as less prestigious than a permanent pass,” wrote Business Insider in a hit piece like thousands of others.

Prestige? Who goes to White House press conferences for prestige?  The #1 goal of a journalist is to report the news, not to strut around in search of prestige.

And the public knows that.  That’s why trust in the mainstream media is at all-time lows.
Prestige is only a requirement if your news outlet is intentionally distorting the news and needs to bolster its image to counter accurate accusations of peddling “fake news.”

That actually explains why corporate media is freaking out: if independent reporters are allowed into White House press briefings, that denies the anti-Trump media the opportunity to misrepresent news about the Trump administration with impunity.

Sycophant journalists can only control public opinion if they stand between the truth and the people; that’s why they panic over the thought of competing with independent news sources like Infowars.

“More Americans than ever are losing faith in the establishment-controlled media and are seeking out alternative sources of information,” Michael Snyder of the Economic Collapse Blog wrote. “Is this a trend that the big media companies are going to be able to reverse at some point?”

Not likely, if this media meltdown is any indication.

Ask yourself, if Infowars is as insignificant as these articles want you to believe, then why are thousands of establishment journalists reporting on Infowars today?

Put it this way: do anti-aircraft gunners shoot flak into thin air, or do they wait until a formation of B-17s is flying right above the target?

Establishment journalists want to shoot down Infowars and any press they can’t control because their war against Trump can only work if they turn the public against the president though fake narratives, such as the “Russia collusion” fairy tale which lacks concrete evidence.
But tiny cracks of truth topple even the most colossal of lies – and that’s why major, corporate media is scared of small, independent press with a bias towards truth.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 05-25-2017

It's not just the US mass-media that's in trouble,
the international system is, too.

If I say it that way then I can claim Political Couth.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 05-25-2017

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - slidika - 05-25-2017

Wook, I like the Homer cartoon about the end is near.  It's too bad Homer isn't holding a cup with the caption "Donations for spreading the word."   LilD

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 05-26-2017

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 06-09-2017

12 Staffers At Dem-Linked Group Charged With Voter Fraud

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Local prosecutors in Marion County, Indiana, charged 12 employees of a Democratic-linked voter recruitment organization of submitting fraudulent voter registration applications prior to the 2016 election.
According to the Associated Press, prosecutors say that 11 temporary canvassers working for the Indiana Voter Registration Project made and sent in an unknown number of fake voter applications. The canvassers’ supervisor, Holiday Burke, was charged as well.
The organization, the AP reported, is managed by Patriot Majority USA  a group with strong ties to Democratic Party, including former President Bill Clinton and former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, as well as labor unions.
The investigation by state authorities began last August when a clerk in Hendricks County marked around a dozen voter forms with suspicious information. The probe went into 56 counties where the organization collected 45,000 applications. Patriot Majority rejected the notion the group engaged in any illegal activity.

“We looked onto the Statewide Voter Registration System and noticed that there had been an unusually high number of date of birth and first name changes,” the secretary of state’s office told CNN last October.

If the 12 defendants are found guilty on all charges that include acquiring or sending in voter registration applications known to be false as well as counterfeiting, each could face up to 2 ½ years in prison.
Public Integrity noted in 2013 of Patriot Majority, “Although it describes itself as a grassroots group, a single $6 million donation from an unnamed source made up one-fourth of Patriot Majority USA’s $23 million in 2012 revenue. More than half of its haul, $12 million, came from anonymous donors that gave more than $1 million each, its tax return indicates.”

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 06-12-2017

Melania And Barron Move Into The White House

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9:15 PM 06/11/2017

Ducks: A Point of Unity in a Capital of Ruffled Feathers

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The Capitol Reflecting Pool has received duck ramps, among other protections for the waterfowl in Washington. CreditAlex Brandon/Associated Press

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 06-14-2017

Congressman Details Hectic Moment Under Fire: 
youareaduck‘We Were Sitting Ducks; Gun Saved Our Lives’

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. (WWJ) – A Michigan representative who survived a gun attack during a congressional baseball practice Wednesday morning in Virginia is detailing the harrowing moments the gunman opened fire.

Michigan Rep. Mike Bishop tells WWJ Newsradio 950 he was attending the practice around 5:30 a.m., in Alexandria, when shots rang out. He said he and his colleagues were “sitting ducks.”

“As we were standing here this morning, a gunman walked up to the fence line and just began to shoot. I was standing at home plate and he was in the third base line,” Bishop said. “He had a rifle that was clearly meant for the job of taking people out, multiple casualties, and he had several rounds and magazines that he kept unloading and reloading.”

The shooting went on for roughly 10 minutes, with some accounts putting the number of shots fired around 100.

Five people were injured, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana and two Capitol Hill police officers — one, a female who was airlifted from the scene.

Also among those wounded was Michigan-native Matt Mika, a lobbyist for Tyson Foods, and former GOP staffer. He was listed in critical condition.

The suspect, since identified by police as 66-year-old James T. Hodgkinson of Belleville, Ill, was shot at last once by police and later died of his injuries.

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“The only reason why any of us walked out of this thing, by the grace of God, one of the folks here (security detail traveling with Scalise) had a weapon to fire back and give us a moment to find cover. We were inside the backstop and if we didn’t have that cover by a brave person who stood up and took a shot themselves, we would not have gotten out of there and every one of us would have been hit — every single one of us,” said Bishop.
“He was coming around the fence line and he was looking for all of us who had found cover in different spots. But if we didn’t have return fire right there, he would have come up to each one of us and shot us point-blank.”

Bishop was uninjured. General Jack Bergman, who represents northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, and John Moolenaar, from Midland, were also at the practice; neither were injured. Democratic members of Congress were practicing at a different field, miles away.

“Two of our staff was hit, Steve Scalise was hit on second base, I watched him get hit and I couldn’t do anything to help him. We tried to get him off as fast as we could but this guy was relentless with his fire,” said Bishop. “One of our staffers got hit in the chest and I pray for him, I just don’t know what the outcome is going to be. This is a tragic situation and frankly, it’s changed everything as I know it forever.”


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Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana, a true friend and patriot, was badly injured but will fully recover. Our thoughts and prayers are with him.
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Bishop said the man didn’t speak a word.

“He stood there silently. None of us saw him walk up,” he said. “One of our coaches had his son, his 11-year-old son — I have an 11-year-old son, too, who’s supposed to be here — and I am just, I can’t even tell you, I don’t know. Fortunately everybody’s OK. It’s just traumatic.”

Alexandria Police Chief Michael Brown told reporters the situation was stable and “at this point, there is no additional threat.” He referred to the shooting as a closed incident.
It’s not yet clear if the baseball game, which was scheduled for Thursday, will continue as planned. It has been an annual tradition since the early 1900s.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - rhw007 - 06-14-2017

Yes the game IS going to take place tomorrow as planned !!!

We Americans can stick together when attacked, usually; not counting 911

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 06-21-2017

State Department probes Clinton handling of government emails, could pull her security clearance
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By Malia ZimmermanPublished June 20, 2017

Comey on Clinton email probe.
The State Department has opened a formal inquiry into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides mishandled classified information while she was the nation’s top diplomat, Fox News has learned. Despite being under investigation, Clinton and her staffers still have security clearances to access sensitive government information.
The department’s investigation aims to determine whether Clinton and her closest aides violated government protocols by using her private server to receive, hold and transmit classified and top-secret government documents. The department declined to say when its inquiry began, but it follows the conclusion of the FBI’s probe into the matter, which did not result in any actions being taken against Clinton or any of her aides.
Depending on the outcome of the current State Department inquiry, Clinton and her aides could have their access to sensitive government documents terminated.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, confirmed to Fox News the department’s formal inquiry.

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Meanwhile, Grassley’s committee launched its own inquiry into Clinton’s handling of emails, an inquiry that began in March. Grassley cited among his concerns the July 5 statement of former FBI Director James Comey that the agency found Clinton and her staff members were “extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.” Grassley also contended there is “evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information...”
During the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s use of top-secret and classified information on her private server, Comey said there were seven email chains on Clinton’s computer that were classified at the “Top Secret/Special Access Program level.” Another 2,000 emails on her private server were found to have contained information deemed classified now, though not marked classified when sent. In addition, the server also contained 22 top-secret emails deemed too damaging to national security to be released.
Clinton’s spokesperson, Nick Merrill, told Fox News that the investigation into Clinton’s mishandling of classified information is done.
“Nothing's been more thoroughly dissected. It's over. Case closed. Literally,” said Merrill.
That's not a universally held view.
Chris Farrell, of Judicial Watch, a conservative Washington-based government watchdog that has filed a number of lawsuits related to the Clinton email scandal, said he believes Clinton and her “circle of national security criminals” should not have access to any classified information for any reason.  
“Their conduct has cost them that privileged position of special trust and confidence,” Farrell said.
Any other government employee would have been prosecuted under 18 USC Sec. 793(f) (“Mishandling National Defense Information”) and be subject to a long prison sentence and large fines, Farrell added.
“This flagrant double standard for the gang that exposed Top Secret Codeword material to the Russians, Chinese and others is both offensive and deeply corrosive to the intelligence community,” Farrell said. “There is no better evidence that when it comes to Hillary Clinton and her côtèrie — laws are for the little people.”

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 07-13-2017

House Appropriations Committee approves $1.6 billion for 'physical barrier construction'
Adan Salazar | - JULY 13, 2017 932 Comments 

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The Trump administration scored another victory Wednesday as the House Appropriations Committee approved $1.6 billion to be allocated toward construction of a southern border wall.
The bill met the White House’s funding request in full and provides for a “physical barrier construction along the Southern border – including bollards and levee improvements,” according to a press release Tuesday ahead of the bill’s approval.
“Keeping Americans safe by protecting our homeland is a top priority. This funding bill provides the resources to begin building a wall along our southern border, enhance our existing border security infrastructure, hire more border patrol agents, and fund detention operations,” said House Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman John Carter.

“Additionally, this bill will increase funding for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, support grants in cases of emergency and natural disaster, and provide critical resources to protect our cyber networks.”
The construction of a wall between the US and Mexico has long been a central Trump administration promise, and the president celebrated the news in a tweet calling the committee’s decision a “Big WIN for building the wall.”

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“It will secure the border & save lives. Now the full House & Senate must act!” Trump said.
Trump made headlines last week when he stated that Mexico would “absolutely” pay for the wall during the G20 conference – while seated beside Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto.

At a June rally in Iowa, Trump reiterated his proposal to build a “big, beautiful” wall and relayed plans to outfit it with solar panels which could reduce the structure’s cost.
Construction of the wall is expected to begin in September in San Diego, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 07-18-2017

Hearing is believing: Speech may be a clue to mental decline
July 17, 2017 by Marilynn Marchione

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Your speech may, um, help reveal if you're uh ... developing thinking problems. More pauses, filler words and other verbal changes might be an early sign of mental decline, which can lead to Alzheimer's disease, a study suggests.

Researchers had people describe a picture they were shown in taped sessions two years apart. Those with early-stage mild cognitive impairment slid much faster on certain verbal skills than those who didn't develop thinking problems.
"What we've discovered here is there are aspects of language that are affected earlier than we thought," before or at the same time that memory problems emerge, said one study leader, Sterling Johnson of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This was the largest study ever done of speech analysis for this purpose, and if more testing confirms its value, it might offer a simple, cheap way to help screen people for very early signs of mental decline.
Don't panic: Lots of people say "um" and have trouble quickly recalling names as they age, and that doesn't mean trouble is on the way.
"In normal aging, it's something that may come back to you later and it's not going to disrupt the whole conversation," another study leader, Kimberly Mueller, explained. "The difference here is, it is more frequent in a short period," interferes with communication and gets worse over time.
The study was discussed Monday at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in London.
About 47 million people worldwide have dementia, and Alzheimer's is the most common type. In the U.S., about 5.5 million people have the disease. Current drugs can't slow or reverse it, just ease symptoms. Doctors think treatment might need to start sooner to do any good, so there's a push to find early signs.
Mild cognitive impairment causes changes that are noticeable to the person or others, but not enough to interfere with daily life. It doesn't mean these folks will develop Alzheimer's, but many do—15 to 20 percent per year.
To see if speech analysis can find early signs, researchers first did the picture-description test on 400 people without cognitive problems and saw no change over time in verbal skills. Next, they tested 264 participants in the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention, a long-running study of people in their 50s and 60s, most of whom have a parent with Alzheimer's and might be at higher risk for the disease themselves. Of those, 64 already had signs of early decline or developed it over the next two years, according to other neurological tests they took.

In the second round of tests , they declined faster on content (ideas they expressed) and fluency (the flow of speech and how many pauses and filler words they used.) They used more pronouns such as "it" or "they" instead of specific names for things, spoke in shorter sentences and took longer to convey what they had to say.
"Those are all indicators of struggling with that computational load that the brain has to conduct" and supports the role of this test to detect decline, said Julie Liss, a speech expert at Arizona State University with no role in the work.
She helped lead a study in 2015 that analyzed dozens of press conferences by former President Ronald Reagan and found evidence of speech changes more than a decade before he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. She also co-founded a company that analyzes speech for many neurological problems, including dementia, traumatic brain injury and Parkinson's disease.
Researchers could not estimate the cost of testing for a single patient, but for a doctor to offer it requires only a digital tape recorder and a computer program or app to analyze results.
Alan Sweet, 72, a retired state of Wisconsin worker who lives in Madison, is taking part in the study and had the speech test earlier this month. His father had Alzheimer's and his mother had a different type of dementia, Lewy body.
"Watching my parents decline into the awful world of dementia and being responsible for their medical care was the best and worst experience of my life," he said. "I want to help the researchers learn, furthering medical knowledge of treatment and ultimately, cure."
Participants don't get individual results—it just aids science.
Another study at the conference on Monday, led by doctoral student Taylor Fields, hints that hearing loss may be another clue to possible mental decline. It involved 783 people from the same Wisconsin registry project. Those who said at the start of the study that they had been diagnosed with hearing loss were more than twice as likely to develop mild cognitive impairment over the next five years as those who did not start out with a hearing problem.
That sort of information is not strong evidence, but it fits with earlier work along those lines.
Family doctors "can do a lot to help us if they knew what to look for" to catch early signs of decline, said Maria Carrillo, the Alzheimer's Association's chief science officer. Hearing loss, verbal changes and other known risks such as sleep problems might warrant a referral to a neurologist for a dementia check, she said.
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-15-2018


I had to commemorate the event.
No better place than in this thread.
It's Show Smoke  Time in Russia.
The Putin - Trump Summit.
Certainly the biggest political event of Trump's career.
I am surprised he made it this far into his presidency,
with the endless daily onslaught of C.lown N.ews N.etwork style multi media nonsense.

Putin is on Home Court.
He has the advantage.
Will it be the endless handshakes and smiles of happy go lucky "competitors" ... Lol
or will they both try to upstage Kickbut the other?

Putin always has an Ace in his pocket.
It is the Fifth Ace in the global card deck.
Trump has the same Ace in his pocket as well.
The fifth ace in the global power play deck is the:
Ace of Jokers Whip

Some day Vlady is going to get arthritis in his middle finger from overuse.

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Trump -- Make America Great Again

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But there is a Wild Card in this Joker's Ace deck  Hmm2
That's right, A Sixth Ace. 
Trump's ever faithful  ...  Ace in the Hole ... 
The Joker's Ace Queen. Jawdrop

Putin doesn't have one of those in his pocket.

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The Sixth Ace indeed. Only one of those in the global power play card deck.

Let us  wish the world well!
May the Putin - Trump summit be a success!


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-16-2018


Helsinki summit was somewhat anticlimatic, 
but the aftermath is hilarious.
Trump did fail in his comments about Russian interference in the election,
but it is his way of saying we need to get that behind us,
to move ahead with Russian American relations, 
and avoid possible war, 
during this abyssmal period of international renewed Cold War.
Difficult to say how well Trump's peaceful overtures will pan out with Putin,
but the ball is in Russia's court now,
don't meddle in November elections.

But who is going to stop the Deep State conspirators from their own November election meddling,
to frame up Russia?

The Syria problem appears to be one of US policy guaranteeing an Israeli safety net,
from excessive Iranian control in Assad's Syria.
We will see a lot of action on that front in the coming months.
I have my doubts that Putin will curb his rat-dog Assad from pissing on the Israeli's,
with  Iranian military confrontations.

Putin definitely scored with some of Trump's appeasement  at the summit,
but Trump's action s are best defined by Rand Pauls video below <---.
Trump will face an onslaught of Deep State propaganda spearheaded by C.lown N.ews N.etwork.
It has been a roller coaster of Trump hate on the media today.

Former CIA spook stooge Brennan calls Trump "treasonous".
Quote:"Donald Trump's press conference performance in Helsinki,
rises to & exceeds the threshold of 'high crimes & misdemeanors.' 
It was nothing short of treasonous," Brennan wrote on Twitter.


Quote:“one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory.”
“The damage inflicted by President Trump’s naiveté, egotism, false equivalence, 
and sympathy for autocrats is difficult to calculate,” 
the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee said in a statement. 
"But it is clear that the summit in Helsinki was a tragic mistake.

“President Trump proved not only unable, but unwilling to stand up to Putin,” 
added the Arizona Republican who has frequently tangled with Trump. 
“He and Putin seemed to be speaking from the same script 
as the president made a conscious choice to defend a tyrant against the fair questions of a free press, 
and to grant Putin an uncontested platform to spew propaganda and lies to the world.”
“Coming close on the heels of President Trump’s bombastic and erratic conduct 
towards our closest friends and allies in Brussels and Britain, 
today’s press conference marks a recent low point in the history of the American Presidency."

Then this Democrackhead pimp  -- Cohen -- suggests a military coup!

Quote:"Where are our military folks? 
The Commander in Chief is in the hands of our enemy!" 
Cohen wrote on Twitter, using language suggestive of a military coup.

Great stuff however from Rand Paul!
Rand Paul applauds Trump,
and takes on Brennan and McCain Whip

Rand Paul calls former CIA spook stooge Brennan ---> a "deranged Trump hater"  Rofl
Rand Paul on McCain:
McCain wrong on just about every foreign policy decisions over the last 40 years.

Great video of Rand Paul defending Trump


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-17-2018

Heavy hitting media assault.
Newspapers with the word TREASON on the front page.


GREAT VIDEO from FOX today on the Helsinki Summit!

Stephen Cohen NYU Emeritus Prof. Russian Studies -- with -- Tucker Carlson

Transcript supplied below!
Excellent commentary by the NYU prof.
Don't miss !

Stephen F. Cohen on Helsinki Summit: 
Media Held A "Kangaroo Court" And Found Trump Guilty
Video at:


Assess, if you would, 
the reaction today to this press conference and to the summit between Putin and Trump 

STEPHEN F. COHEN: The reaction by most of the media, by the Democrats, 
by the anti-Trump people is like mob violence. Whip
I've never seen anything like it in my life.
This is the president of the United States, 
doing what every other president before him, since FDR in 1943 with Stalin, 
meeting with the head of the Kremlin. 

And something that every American president since Eisenhower, 
a Republican by the way, has met with the leader of the Kremlin for one existential purpose: 
To avoid war between the nuclear superpowers. 
Today, in my considered and scholarly long time judgment, 
relations between the U.S. and Russia are more dangerous than they have ever been. 
Let me repeat: 
Ever been, including the Cuban missile crisis. 

I want my president to do --I didn't vote for this president-- 
but I want my president to do what every other president has done. 
Sit with the head of the other nuclear superpower Smoke
and walk back the conflicts that could lead to war,
whether they be in Syria, Ukraine, the Baltic nations, these accusations of cyber attacks. 
Every president has been encouraged to do that an applauded by both parties. Not Trump. 

Look what they did to him today. 
They had a kangaroo court. 
They found him guilty. 
And then you had the former head of the U.S. CIA, 
who himself ought to be put under oath and asked about his role in inventing Russiagate, 
calling the President of the United States treasonous. 
What have we come to in this country? 
And what is going to happen in the future? 

CARLSON: So, those are questions adults ought to be discussing. 
Tell me if my assessment is wrong. 
It seems as if some in our leadership class on both sides seek increased conflict with Russia. 
Do you think that is right, and if it is, why? 

COHEN: You've asked a fundamental question. 
Do they know what they're doing? I don't know.
They see to hate or resent the idea of Trump as president, 
that they've lost all sense of American national security. 
If you ever get these people on, ask them this question. 
For yourself, for me, for the American people. 
Do you, these people who are hunting Trump. 
Do you prefer trying to impeach Trump to trying to avert war with nuclear Russia? 
That is the bottom line, and that is where we're at today. 

CARLSON: I'm in no way defending Russia, 
which I have no connection to at all, 
and I'm basically agnostic and I take it as a matter of faith that they seek to undermine our elections. 
I just don't understand why Russia uniquely is considered an unacceptable partner for conversation, 
while we are happy to have close intimate relations with Saudi Arabia and China, 
for example, both more repressive than Russia. 

COHEN: Historians have written books about this. 
Why is it that Russia seems to be our wicked witch of the East? 
When Russia has more in common with the U.S. -- 
it is a Christian county, 
it is a big country, 
it was a frontier country. 
We were allies during World War Two. 
This will upset people, but historically, 
Russia defeated Nazi Germany in Europe, 
and the U.S. defeated Japan in the Pacific. 
We were great allies. 
After that, things went bad. 
Who is to blame? 
Historians have written lots of books, but after the end of the Soviet Union, there is no communism. 

Let me ask you a question, you know D.C., 
why do these people dislike Putin, 
the president of post-communist Russia 
more than they ever seemed to dislike the communist leaders? 
It is more about us than it is about them. 

CARLSON: I think it is no defense of Putin to ask that question. 
I'll repeat it for the viewers in case they missed it: 
Why do so many people in charge now dislike the current leader of Russia more than they disliked the communists? 

COHEN: There is an answer but we'd need a lot more time and a psychiatrist. 


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-20-2018


The American political media is in total confusion over the purported "deals" Trump made with Putin.
Nobody knows anything about the Putin - Trump private talks.

New Yorker magazine is not a Trump fan,
but it is an interesting summation of the last few days events.
The Trump-Putin Summit and the Death of American Foreign Policy
Quote:Trump tweeted Thursday morning, 
that he and Putin had discussed everything,
from nuclear proliferation to Syria, Ukraine, and trade, 
and that he looked forward to a second meeting with the Russian President soon, to follow up.

On Thursday afternoon, 
the White House confirmed Whip

that Trump plans to invite Hi  Putin to Washington in the fall for another summit.

Putin at the the White House  Lol
Quote:President Donald Trump vowed Thursday,
that if his dealings with Russian leader Vladimir Putin don't "work out, 
I'll be the worst enemy he's ever had." 

Trump made the statement during an interview at the White House with CNBC's Joe Kernen 
that will air in full Friday at 6 a.m. ET on "Squawk Box."

In the same interview, 
Trump blasted his predecessor, 
President Barack Obama, 
for having been a "total patsy" for Russia Rofl
— while claiming he has been "far tougher on Russia than any president in many, many years."
"Maybe ever," Trump added.

"Getting along with President Putin, getting along with Russia, is positive, not a negative," Trump said.

Later Thursday, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders ,
tweeted that Trump asked National Security Advisor John Bolton 
to invite Putin to Washington in the fall.

Brookings Institution bullshit

Quote:Here’s what a Trump-Putin deal on Syria could look like  Horsepoop

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-24-2018

Trump's bad week in Washington over the Putin summit put him in a tough position.
But aside from that,
let's go to Trump's sexual affairs and inability to admit the truth Whip
in the case of Karen McDougal.
Trump can distance himself from Stormy Daniels,
but he cannot lie his way out of his affair with Karen McDougal.
Trump and McDougal were in love with each other,
and Melania knew about the affair.
There is no question.

Trump needs to man - up and admit the truth in his long love affair with McDougal.
melania may still leave him eventually over the Sormy Daniels fiasco

But Trump maintains his denial steadfastly.

Nope Nonono Trump would never go out on Melania and lay a hand or a pinkie finger on this Smoke
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nope ... 

on the far right at Trump Tower party night  ... 

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nope he didn't have sex with her  Gangup

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I put together a collage of rare McDougal images.
Let me know if you think that Trump never had an affair with Karen,
or never had sex with her.
You can bet that Melania was both equally jealous and furious. 
Must have been a steamy love affair.
My bets are that Trump had more and better sex with Karen McDougal.
Melania ... still hanging in there ...


Horsepoop   Trump never had sex with Karen McDougal  Horsepoop 

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Naughty Whip


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 07-24-2018

Yep. LilD Like a Hilti

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He didn't Nail her @ Oval Office!  lmao!

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Hillary talks job creation
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Exclusive: CNN obtains secret Trump-Cohen tape
By Chris Cuomo, Kara Scannell and Eli Watkins, CNN
Updated 9:50 PM ET, Tue July 24, 2018

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(CNN)Presidential candidate Donald Trump is heard on tape discussing with his attorney Michael Cohen how they would buy the rights to a Playboy model's story about an alleged affair Trump had with her years earlier, according to the audio recording of the conversation aired exclusively on CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time."
The recording offers the public a glimpse at the confidential discussions between Trump and Cohen, and it confirms the man who now occupies the Oval Office had contemporaneous knowledge of a proposal to buy the rights to the story of Karen McDougal, a woman who has alleged she had an extramarital affair with Trump about a decade ago.
Cohen told Trump about his plans to set up a company and finance the purchase of the rights from American Media, which publishes the National Enquirer.
"I need to open up a company for the transfer of all of that info regarding our friend David," Cohen said in the recording, likely a reference to American Media head David Pecker.
Trump interrupts Cohen asking, "What financing?" according to the recording. When Cohen tells Trump, "We'll have to pay." Trump is heard saying "pay with cash" but the audio is muddled and it's unclear whether he suggests paying with cash or not paying. Cohen says, "no, no" but it is not clear what is said next.
No payment was ever made from Trump, Rudy Giuliani, the President's attorney, has said. Giuliani has previously acknowledged that the recorded discussion related to the buying the story rights.
The recording, which was provided to CNN by Cohen's attorney Lanny Davis, was made in September 2016.
"What is this about? This is about honesty versus false disparagement of Michael Cohen. Why is Giuliani out falsely disparaging Michael Cohen -- because they fear him," Davis said on "Cuomo Prime Time."
"What do they fear, Chris? Why am I representing him? They fear that he has the truth about Donald Trump. He will someday speak the truth about Donald Trump. The truth is that when Donald Trump said 'cash,' which Rudy Giuliani knows that only drug dealers and mobsters talk about cash, it was, you heard Michael Cohen ... say what? 'No, no, no, no.'"
Davis later added: "Ladies and gentlemen, if you voted for Donald Trump, listen to the tape and ask yourself: Is Donald Trump lying when he said he didn't use the word 'cash' and accuses Michael Cohen of using the word 'cash'? Cohen has been disparaged. Cohen has been insulted and called all sorts of things by people around Donald Trump."
Alan Futerfas, a lawyer for the Trump Organization, refuted that the tape shows Trump was offering a cash payment.
"Whoever is telling Davis that cash in that conversation refers to green currency is lying to him," Futerfas told CNN. "There's no transaction done in green currency. It doesn't happen. The whole deal never happened. If it was going to happen, it would be a payment to a large company that would obviously be accompanied by an agreement of sale. Those documents would be prepared by lawyers on both sides."
Cash, in the conversation, was in reference to how a deal would be financed, Futerfas added.
"The word cash came up in the context of the distinction between financing, which is referenced, and no financing, which means a full payment, a total one-time payment. That's the context in which the word cash is used," he said. "Anyone who knows anything about the company or how the President does business knows there is no green cash. Everything is documented. Every penny is documented."
Court filings said federal prosecutors have obtained 12 audio recordings from the FBI raids on Cohen earlier this year. CNN previously reported that Trump's lawyers waived attorney-client privilege on the President's behalf regarding the recording involving him personally.
The discussion relates to whether Trump should buy the rights of the story from American Media, which paid McDougal $150,000 in August 2016 for her story about an alleged 10 month affair with Trump. The story was never published by AMI.
In addition to discussing the McDougal payment, Trump and Cohen are overheard running through a list of potential legal issues, including contesting a New York Times request to unseal divorce records from Trump's first wife Ivana as well as more mundane matters such as polling numbers and Trump surrogate Pastor Mark Burns.

Arrow  This is just bizznazz.

This ain't official, just a silly scandal.

Hittin' it like a hilti holding private office

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 07-26-2018

This extends upon EA's post on the Cohen tapes with Trump,
over the payoff to Karen McDougal,
being released to:
Pennywise   C.lown N.ews N.etwork   Pennywise

Cohen's attorney ... is a former Clinton Clowndation-ite   Naughty

much more at the link --- selected excerpts:
Clinton fixer engineers Michael Cohen’s turn against Trump

Quote:Donald Trump’s longtime lawyer Michael Cohen, 
the man who once boasted he would take a bullet for his boss, 
is trying to repackage himself as someone who’s on a mission to tell truth to power — 
and he’s leaning on the Clintons’ former scandal manager to help him do it.

Lanny Davis went on “Good Morning America” on Wednesday 

and asserted that Cohen had “turned a corner in his life”,   Tp
since the April raid,
on his New York office and apartment, 
in which federal investigators seized tapes, documents and other materials,
related to Cohen’s work for Trump.

Mike McCurry, who served as President Bill Clinton’s press secretary, 
said Davis’ media blitz looks like it’s taken directly from Davis’ 1999 book, 
“Truth to Tell: Tell It Early, Tell It All, Tell It Yourself.”

“It’s pretty good and lays out the formula for exactly what he is doing now,” McCurry said. 

“Don’t let the other guy define the terms of the debate, define them yourself.”

But conservatives have been quick to pounce on Davis’ Clinton connections.

“I don’t mean to harp on the Clinton connection here, 

but it is interesting that Cohen chooses the longtime confidant, booster, defender of the Clintons, 
after everything that happened during the campaign, to represent him here,” 
Fox News host Laura Ingraham said on Tuesday night during an interview with Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. 
“It’s an odd choice of lawyering, in my view.”

Davis openly acknowledged the aisle-crossing aspect of his work for Cohen. 
“This is absolutely one of the few times where Rudy Giuliani or Laura Ingraham ever made a fair point,” 
he said in an interview.

But former prosecutors said that while Davis’ PR blitz might help win Cohen fans among anti-Trump liberals, 
it could hurt his standing with the federal prosecutors who are investigating him.

“This spectacle is doing nothing to help Cohen get a better deal from prosecutors,” 

said Renato Mariotti, a former assistant U.S. attorney in Chicago.

That tape will never hold up in court.
Cohen had better have more ammo than that if he wants to go against Trump.
I suspect that he does,
but even that may not be enough to sway the public or the prosecutors. 

The key to all this is Melania.
She knows the affair happened.
All she has to do is say,
Bye  Hi Bye
and the reality show shit hits the fan.
But she is still hanging in there,  ... in her separate bedroom.   Cry

McDougal claims to have been shown Melania's separate bedroom,
by Trump when he gave her a tour.   Naughty


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 08-01-2018


I never liked Manafort.
He sweats snake oil.
His association with Yanukovich the Russian puppet ruling Ukraine at the time,
is a case study in greed and corruption.
Yanukovich was as corrupt as Kremlin Klown puppet rulers get.
Manafort was the Gravy Hound in Kiev feasting on Yanukovich's Russian funded Gravy Train. 

The current Ukrainian leader -- Poro-stinko -- is lame,
mostly from lack of US / NATO backbone and support till recently,
but a he is a distinct step up from the Yanukovich days.

It was like a TV cartoon out there in the Ukraine under Yanukovich,
and Manafort gorged on Russian gravy.

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Good in depth account of Manafort's first day at trial

excerpts, much more at link

Quote:Prosecutors: Income tax evasion:
Manafort “Believed the Law Did Not Apply to Him”

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukoych was Manafort’s “golden goose” 
and he was “paid handsomely” 
by the oligarchs funding the campaign, who transferred money
to Manafort’s 30-plus foreign bank accounts.

listed evidence of the extravagant lifestyle Manafort was trying to maintain: 
seven homes paid for in cash, 
a Mercedes-Benz convertible, 
several $5 million rugs, 
a $21,000 watch, 
and a $15,000 jacket made from an ostrich. “

Defense: Manafort Was Duped by His Deputy  Rofl

described Gates as a busy political consultant 
who essentially “failed to check a box” on government forms, 
and whose biggest mistake was putting his “trust in the wrong person,” Rick Gates. 

He said Gates’ job was to coordinate with Manafort’s book-keepers and tax preparers, 
and for the first time accused his clients deputy of stealing money from him.

“He embezzled millions of dollars from his longtime employer. 
He abused his position of trust,” Zehnle said. 
“Rick Gates hid his hand in the cookie jar and he could not take the chance his gig would be found out.”

Zehnle said Gates only flipped to save himself from prosecution, 
and noted that he’d pleaded guilty to conspiracy to engage in financial fraud and lying to authorities, 
yet “the government is going to ask you to trust him.”

That is probaly true that Gates is flipping to save his own ass.

But ... I had to see what the fuck Manafort bought ... a 15,000$ ... Ostrich jacket ... Pennywise

here is one on sale marked down from 4600 $

SAINT LAURENT -- Paul Manafort Copy

Size: 56 -  Size guide

NOW ! $3,391.70 $4,577.04 
Shipped today from Smoke Paris  Whip

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is Trump going to pardon him ?


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - rhw007 - 08-03-2018

Trump WILL pardon him, IF he's even convicted, let out on bail while able to remain at home while contesting guilty verdict; even the judge may drop charges if jury convicts.  If Trump pardons him, it will be AFTER the 2020 elections.

Bob... Ninja Assimilated

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 08-04-2018

There is a significant chance that Trump will pardon Manafort,
if he loses in court to a heavy charge.
But Trump will not wait for the 2020 elections. Not a chance  Nonono
Manafort is being tight lipped hoping for the pardon if needed.

In depth account -- day 4 -- Manafort Ostrich Jacket Trial --
the accountant serves up the dirt

from the funny pages -- {google media news links}

Donald Trump Insults LeBron Pissed James and Don Cow Lemon in Tweet About CNN Interview

Quote:On Friday, 
Trump tweeted about James's interview saying, 
"Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon.  Rofl
He made Lebron look smart  Rofl 

which isn't easy to do. 

LeBron is running a close second,
to Black Pennywise -- Bakari Sellers,
in the CNN primetime negro ventriloquist dummy news media clown syndrome.

Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon.  Rofl

He made Lebron look smart  Rofl

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Shut up and dribble --- said Laura Ingraham ...


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 08-11-2018


Trump not happy with the daily news ... he grumbles to his aides,

Quote:"Manafort this and Manafort that" ...  

It is a wild trial.
Unexplained delays, the judge can't remember shit from shinola on his own rulings.
Manafort's life over the last 4 years,
is completely accounted for by the typical media outlets on a daily basis.
None the less, there is a distinct tracking of exactly what Manafort did,
to scam up bank loans,
to pay mounting debts from his lavish lifestyle,
generated by the gravy days in Ukraine with Yanukovich.

Manafort's "consulting business" ... had no clients, only Yanukovich.
the article is from Washington Post ... and they pile on the steamy details.
An amazing account of Manafort using the Trump campaign position to get bank loans.
go to link,
for details,
one excerpt caught my eye Hmm2
The Manafort scramble: Raising millions for himself even as he ran Trump’s campaign

Quote:The texts,
are part of a cache of more than 285,000 messages,
hacked from Andrea Manafort’s phone and deposited on the “dark net” in 2016. 

The trial stands a real good chance of ending in a mistrial as each day unfolds.
That would be Manafort's lucky day,
but he will never get another bank loan,
and his debts must be quickly exceeding his last 16 million $ loan.
If the trial makes it all the way to jury decision,
my guess is that Manafort is toast.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 08-13-2018



CNN News Jews are confounded.
Washington Post and New York Times have no defense.

Bye  Hi Bye Peter Strzok you corrupt POS.

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Another One Bites The Dust -- vintage Queen



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 08-13-2018

Trump ought to torture Strzok
by holding out a fake pardon possibility,
to make him sing like a bird!

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 08-13-2018

He already is singing like a Bird 

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 What a Tweet Twit! Arrow

Peter Strzok Reacts To Firing On Newly Created Twitter Account Horsepoop
2:38 PM 08/13/2018
Chuck Ross | Reporter

Former FBI official Peter Strzok has reacted to his firing from the FBI, saying on a newly-created Twitter account that he was “deeply saddened” by the decision.
Strzok, the former deputy chief of counterintelligence, was fired Friday following an investigation into anti-Trump text messages he exchanged with his mistress, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
“It has been an honor to serve my country and work with the fine men and women of the FBI,” Strzok wrote, linking to a Go Fund Me page that has been set up     Naughty (Like Trump was) to raise money on his behalf. Tp

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 08-16-2018

Hi  Adiose to  Sheep  the Audio's Hi

White as Chalk'o Defund Her Eh Choco-Thunder?
Her Book  Horsepoop     Book Her

Omarosa’s Close Friend Just Blew A Gaping Hole In Her Claim That Trump Used The N-Word
2:22 PM 08/15/2018
Benny Johnson | Reporter At Large

Omarosa has made headlines around the country with her claims that there is a tape of Donald Trump using the N- word. The claim has caused a media firestorm and the White House has been hounded by questions about the allegation’s validity for days.

Doh  Rhymes with Go Figure LilD
Today's thatza wrap.
[Image: la-1534356020-127dqt3wp9-snap-image]Poll: Donald Trump’s Black Approval Rating Almost ~Double That of Last Year

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President Donald Trump’s approval among black voters has almost doubled in the space of a year, the latest presidential polling from Rasmussen Reports has found.

According to Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential Tracking Poll, Trump’s approval rating among black voters stands at 36 percent, compared with just 19 percent on the same day last year.
The significant rise in approval is likely to be an endorsement of Trump’s economic policies – that have seen record low unemployment among the African-American population – and the stock market rise to record highs.
The data also suggests Trump is shrugging off accusations of racism from the Democratic left, with Trump’s former aide White House aide Omarosa Manigault the latest figure to declare Trump is a bigot who has repeatedly used racial slurs. She has so far provided no evidence for her allegations.
Such figures are even more impressive given Trump’s disappointing performance with black voters during the 2016 presidential election, where he garnered just eight percent support among black men and four percent support among black women.
Figures from the same poll found Trump’s overall approval rating to be 49 percent of likely voters who approve of Trump’s job performance, while 49 percent disapprove. Within those two variables, around 35 percent strongly approve of his performance, 41 percent strongly disapprove.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 08-16-2018

It's a daily double dose of political drama.

Omarosa will -- Bite the Dust.
"Media whore" is not strong enough condemnation of her actions.

Brennan axed by Trump. 
Most excellent news.

Another one bites the dust.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 08-26-2018


Trump is in the hot seat this week with the Cohen guilty plea especially.
That clown Manafort is counting on a Trump pardon,
and that is highly likely sooner than later.

Trump will admit to the McDougal affair is my take,
and deny the Stormy Daniels affair to the end.
Melania's perseverance in all this is remarkable.
it is hard to keep up with the pace of Trump's media disruption and distraction du jour.

A photo collage of the last few days.

Sleaze meister Cohen spins out guilty pleas
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Cohen the rat
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McCain back in the news.
Throws in the towel on the toxic brain chemo.
McCain dies.
Trump sends a one liner to the family with a whole lotta nothing in it.
Well, they weren't friends were they?
McCain sucked,
so here is a quick styroll down the yesteryears with McCain.

The classic:
Lieberman about to suck blood from Baron Harkonnen's face pustules
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The Yak Three Sucko Amigos   

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Epic Fail with Dimbo da Bimbo
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Then this guy takes the fucking cake.
He haunted and hounded Manafort every single day of the trial,
chasing Manafort and his attorneys out of the courtroom with his sign.
It is just too classic.

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then yesterday Lindsay Graham suggests that after the mid term elections,
that Sessions is toast.
Clowntime is over.
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Then there are these two parasites - Squirmy Daniels and Michael Avanasty,
salivating like Pavlov's Dogs in heat,
with CNN's premier prime time cock suck --Anderson Stupor
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My bets are that Trump had better sex with McDougal,
and he loved her and Melania at the same time.
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Sweety Pie indeed.
I would have liked to have seen Melania's reaction when she found out,'
and read Trump the riot act.
but for now ... Melania plays the role of the Three Monkeys.