From: Moderate <>
Subject: Re: Obamagate
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From: Moderate <>
Subject: Re: Obamagate
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2018 05:38:11 -0600 (CST)
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Carbon<> Wrote in message:
> On 02/07/2018 08:36 PM, Alan Baker wrote:
>> On 2018-02-07 8:24 PM, Moderate wrote:
>>> -hh<> Wrote in message:
>>>> It's even more fascinating to watch people try to whistle past the
>>>> graveyard, pretending it's all "fake news" when there's been insider
>>>> partisans who have already plead guilty to cut deals with the
>>>> prosecutors to reduce their jail time.
>>> Cite please.  Bwaahaahaa.
>> Papadopolous: pleaded guilty.
>> Michael Flynn: pleaded guilty.
> ...that we know about so far.
> There will be another round of indictments sooner rather than later, and
> at some point all of Trump's dirty laundry will get the public airing that
> it so richly deserves. He'll be stick-a-fork-in-him done at that point as
> far as public opinion is concerned at least. 
> That said, there are millions of suckers out there that will always
> support Trump no matter how corrupt and inept he is. They are impervious
> to reason and they will jump at the chance to support the next half-wit
> demagogue that rises from the ashes of the Republican party.

Pot kettle.