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10 hours ago, i84teen said:

If such a critical concern why didn't schiff/schumer/pelosi et al bring this up 3 months ago? They are privy to the same POTUS intel briefing material.

 

Maybe cuz its another moronic democratic smear and is a big nuthin boy-guh. And, where was all the screamin dems when benghazi was smoked! They are such phony hypocrites!

The Democrats have zero control over the military or Intelligence services, these organizations are under the direct control of the President, it was/is for the President to respond.

 

Members of Congressional/Senate Intelligence committed (both Republican and Democrat) may have had access to this information but they have no means to control any military or Intelligence service response - Those powers reside with the President.

 

You cannot logically lay the blame on Democrat members of Intelligence Committees without also blaming the Republicans who also sit on those same committees and receive the very same briefings.

 

wrt your accusation of hypocrisy re-Benghazi/Bountygate, you’ve detected the hypocrisy but are 180 degrees wrong on where it is.

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On 7/1/2020 at 5:49 PM, Tug said:

It never ceases to amaze me that some still support trump after all of thease scandles getting Americans killed in the 10s of thousands due to the bungled covid response soliciting foreign interference in our elections getting our allies and their families killed(the Kurds)the dereliction of duty to protect the constitution now this behavior acting like an amorous puppy dog trying to hump Putin’s leg when that sob has a bounty on American troops it just beggers belief oh and trump your hoax spiel is getting a bit old better change up I don’t think even your supporters belive it anymore 

 

 

They are all traitors to their country, just like bunker boy.

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18 hours ago, The Barmbeker said:

Yup...and dismissed it!

Because THIS president, does not know how to find his behind, when the lights go out!

he had no trouble finding Soleimani and blowing his behind to kingdom come. BANG!

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3 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The Democrats have zero control over the military or Intelligence services, these organizations are under the direct control of the President, it was/is for the President to respond.

 

Members of Congressional/Senate Intelligence committed (both Republican and Democrat) may have had access to this information but they have no means to control any military or Intelligence service response - Those powers reside with the President.

 

You cannot logically lay the blame on Democrat members of Intelligence Committees without also blaming the Republicans who also sit on those same committees and receive the very same briefings.

 

wrt your accusation of hypocrisy re-Benghazi/Bountygate, you’ve detected the hypocrisy but are 180 degrees wrong on where it is.

wrong cuz higgot says so. My laugh for the day...lol. Whats real "wrong" is you.

 

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1 hour ago, i84teen said:

he had no trouble finding Soleimani and blowing his behind to kingdom come. BANG!

Apart from the fact it wasn’t Trump doing any of that.

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20 hours ago, Crazy Alex said:

How do you know he was briefed?

Okay...so what are you saying here?

Does he know more than we do?

Was he briefed?

Doesn't he know more?

Wasn't he briefed?

Was he briefed and declared it "fake news"?

Does that make him know more than us?

What is your point and why do you think, you can have it every possible way?

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3 hours ago, i84teen said:

he had no trouble finding Soleimani and blowing his behind to kingdom come. BANG!

HE had no trouble?

Seriously?

HE?

HIMSELF?

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18 minutes ago, Saint Nick said:

HE had no trouble?

Seriously?

HE?

HIMSELF?

Well, to be fair, he did get all excited about the Belgian Malinois military service dog, Conan, that got Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, even though he was afraid to pet/touch him because he didn't want to get germs. He's nothing if not consistent. 🤓 Dog germs bad, coronavirus hoax. 🤣

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7 hours ago, geriatrickid said:

Not exactly. Watch Bolton clarifies his comments back that some interpret as  his denial. He  put  it very clearly in his interview with The Hill. He is now saying No Comment because of the litigation. However, he indirectly confirms that he told the President with his confirmation of what Susan Rice says she would have done.   One has to be in denial to believe that Bolton did not mention this to Trump. he would not go out of his way to lay it out in this way, if he had not  mentioned the issue. Listen to his explanation.

 

 

 

 

hahhahhahahha!

 

no comment.  buy my book.

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whew!  dodged a bullet there, eh?

we almost ended the longest war in american history.

lucky this "report" turned up just in time to put a stop to that!

 

 

House panel votes to constrain Afghan drawdown, ask for assessment on 'incentives' to attack US troops

 

The House Armed Services Committee voted Wednesday to put roadblocks on President Trump’s ability to withdraw from Afghanistan, including requiring an assessment on whether any country has offered incentives for the Taliban to attack U.S. and coalition troops.

 

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) amendment, from Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.), would require several certifications before the U.S. military can further draw down in Afghanistan.

 

The amendment was approved 45-11.

 

https://thehill.com/policy/defense/505568-house-panel-votes-to-constrain-afghan-drawdown-ask-for-assessment-on

 

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