Subject: Re: Julian Assange on The Memo
On Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 8:51:16 AM UTC-8, Bill Vanek wrote:
> On Sat, 3 Feb 2018 14:15:38 +0000 (UTC), firstname.lastname@example.org (Bradley K.
> Sherman) wrote:
> >popinjay<email@example.com> wrote:
> >>The memo reveals a clear violation of @realDonaldTrump and his campaign
> >>personnel’s Constitutional rights, as well as an attempt to use the
> >>intelligence community to alter a Presidential election. This is high
> >>treason and people need to be prosecuted.
> >Assange has been a Russian apparatchik for some time now.
> >Let's see what honest American conservatives are saying:
> > | ...
> > | In short, other than the memo confirming that Nunes and
> > | Trump are collectively out to discredit the intelligence
> > | community and to thereby impede the investigation into the
> > | president's alleged wrongdoing, I cannot for the life of me
> > | figure out what this proves. The media, if forthright, will
> > | explain that to Americans who must by this time be very,
> > | very confused as to why Nunes and Trump have rejected the
> > | advice of top officials who said release of the memo
> > | compromises classified information.
> > |
> > | This appears to be the second time (the first in the Oval
> > | Office with Russian officials) that Trump has handed the
> > | Russians classified material. If Trump is not a Russian
> > | agent, he surely is acting as effectively as one.
> > |
> I see you've become just another dishonest piece of shit, then.
Then you should have no trouble showing us the dishonesty.
(We’ll wait here)
> "Let's see what honest American conservatives are saying", huh? How about
> "let's see what one claimed conservative is saying?
No, what honest American conservatives are saying. That frighten you?
> Would that be a bit more accurate? There might even be others, but I believe they are
> badly outnumbered by people who understand the seriousness of this