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Tue Jun 30, 2020, 07:39 AM

He should be gone by noon today

He should be gone by noon today

Trump knew that Vlad/Russia was paying to kill Americans, he did nothing about it, and when the
Russian plot was discovered he and the White House said that he was never briefed "on it" even though he had been briefed "on it.”

Trump should be gone by noon today because when our intel found out that Russia was once again
interfering with our elections in 2020 by working to help Bernie Sanders Trump fired the intel
people who discovered the Russian malfeasance instead of going after Russia. He is a Russian agent.

Trump should be gone by noon today because in November of 2019 when he and Kushner found out about the
coming C-19 Pandemic they went to make money off of it by selling their HCQ snake oil, and their own
C-19 test kits, and they sent 18 tons of P.P.E. to China in Jan. & Feb. of 2020. (Because they owe China lots
of money) All of these acts killed people and allowed the deadly disease to spread out of control. We are
something like 4% of the world’s population and we now have > 25% of the world’s cases of C-19.



Russia bounty intelligence 'may have been' in Trump brief but wasn't deemed 'actionable'

Source: NBC

Russia bounty intelligence 'may have been' in Trump brief but wasn't deemed 'actionable,' senior Republican says

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration told Republican members of Congress on Monday that intelligence about potential Russian bounties may have been included at some point in the President's Daily Brief but not conveyed to President Donald Trump in a formal threat briefing because it wasn't yet "actionable," the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee said.

"I believe it may have been" in the written President's Daily Brief, or PDB, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, said in an interview.

Referring to the president, McCaul said: "I think the way the process works is that he gets briefed about three times a week on sort of actionable, credible items. And the decision was made that this was not at that point in time a credible, actionable piece of intelligence. And if at any point it did, it would be raised to his attention."

Read more: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/russia-bounty-intelligence-may-have-been-trump-brief-wasn-t-n1232498

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Response to Botany (Original post)

Tue Jun 30, 2020, 07:53 AM

1. I'm sure "wasn't deemed actionable" will just empower those deplorables. ANY excuse they give

will empower the deplorables.

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Response to Botany (Original post)

Tue Jun 30, 2020, 08:00 AM

2. I don't buy this BS excuse, but IF it was not "actionable" that is because...

Trump is a Russian agent and will take no action against Putin.

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Response to Botany (Original post)

Tue Jun 30, 2020, 10:51 AM

3. If he was not told then I wonder WHO was acting as president to hold that info

from him. I trust NO ONE in that admin and someone was playing president and held it.

Edit: I am pissed that we have an ass for a leader and I am MORE pissed at the people that surround him making decisions for the country.

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