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Steven W, 2019-11-23 19:55 »

Jesus, I had no clue what a hornets nest I had peered into all the years ago that I started this post.

https://www.theepochtimes.com/official- ... 47123.html
“My understanding is that the conversations that were near-daily between Ambassador Pyatt and Toria Nuland regarding what to do on the way forward then included pitching the office of the Vice President to push President Poroshenko to remove Shokin,” Kent told lawmakers on Oct. 15.

Biden ultimately carried out Nuland’s plan during a visit to Ukraine in December 2015 and has since bragged, on at least two occasions, about forcing Shokin’s firing by threatening to cut off the loan guarantees. At the time Biden exerted pressure on Ukraine, Shokin was investigating Burisma, the Ukrainian gas giant that was paying Biden’s son Hunter Biden to serve on its board of directors. The Ukrainian president asked for Shokin’s resignation two months after Biden’s overture. The Ukrainian Parliament approved the resignation on March 29, 2016.

Nuland’s involvement in the controversy about the Bidens’ dealings in Ukraine may raise new questions about the motivations of the officials involved in the circulation of the Steele dossier, the document which for three years fueled the debunked narrative that then-candidate Donald Trump colluded with Russia in 2016 to influence the 2016 presidential election. Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer, compiled the dossier by paying second- and thirdhand sources with ties to the Kremlin. The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee ultimately funded Steele’s work.
A bit of advice to reporters (people capable of real journalism), not the parrots currently on the TV:

The coup! You need to look at the coup in Ukraine and the events and players leading up to it. Then proceed through the firing of the prosecutor up until the modern day. Everything going on now will suddenly make perfect since. What foundation was running 'camps' in the summer before? Did anyone involved in that foundation have a government job, say at the State Department, for instance? Was there some billionaire funneling dough there for the same reason? Make the connections, find these folks ties. Was some three letter agency starting with a 'C' involved? Don't pull the usual MSM 'must-protect-Obama-cause-muh-political-correctness' horseshit. For example when Russian Intelligence (and yes, it was obviously Russian Intellignece) leaks a phone call:



Don't run around with your hand to your mouth and proclaim, "Nuland said Fuck the EU"! Perhaps someone could act like a reporter and take note that Nuland and Pyatt are picking out the new Prime Minister. I've tip-toed around that before, just flat-out saying it now. I'm sick of it.

'X' marks the spot, the coup marks the spot, dig, dig, dig!

Steven W, 2019-10-24 03:46 »

Fuck it, gonna say it. Was driving home the other day and was scanning through radio stations, and had to get both hands on the wheel a little quickly. The radio had stopped on NPR. I nearly died laughing at their 'programming', it was a "news" program and the talking head was speaking with someone who had 'cleared' Joe Biden of wrong-doing regarding Hunter's "job". I suppose he could be right. As far as we know, Burisma may have profiled people like Joe:
Wanted:

American crackhead wanted to sit on the Board of Directors of large Ukrainian energy company.
Prefer absolutely no experience in the energy field, however experience cheating on your spouse with dead siblings widow/widower a plus.
Puh-lease, this shit is nearly as funny as the MSM going out of their way to make John Brennan and James Clapper into heroes after years of vilifying them regarding the Iraq war and warrant-less wiretapping.
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Fuck you, NPR!

Steven W, 2019-08-31 23:48 »

Steven W wrote:
2019-08-31 23:35

Think that there may be justice coming?
There is a criminal referral for Nellie:

https://www.scribd.com/document/4083477 ... Ohr-5-1-19

I wonder how big Bruce's bonus will be! Hopefully enough to renew a license for ol' Nellie so she can keep up her recently discovered (2016) Ham radio hobby! :lol:
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Steven W, 2019-08-31 23:35 »

Dribs and drabs...

https://www.judicialwatch.org/tom-fitto ... hr-emails/
From: Nellie Ohr

Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2016 12:49 PM

To: Ohr, Bruce (ODAG)

Subject: Re: Analyst Russian Organized Crime – April 2016

Thanks! I’m deleting these emails now
https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house ... d-alarm-us

Hey, it's no big deal a political party's opposition research firm having regular contact with the DOJ that her husband is a part of. No biggie either, sometimes those pesky emails between folks that obviously need contact with one another have to go buh-bye. :lolno:

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news ... es-in-dark
Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, pinned Ohr on another matter.

Ohr testified to investigators that in addition to being Steele's liaison to the FBI, he also passed along to the bureau a thumb drive given to him by his wife Nellie Ohr, who was employed by Fusion GPS to conduct research on Russia. Steele too had been conducting research for Fusion GPS, the firm that was hired to conduct opposition research by a lawyer who represented the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Through his line of questioning, Ratcliffe said he was "trying to understand [Ohr's] mindset for the Sally Yates issue and what she knew and when she knew it." He then walked Ohr through the rules against DOJ officials being involved in cases where they get a financial benefit.

Ohr again stressed that he wasn't part of any case; he was only passing along information to the FBI and they could decide what to do with it. But he admitted that through his wife he would ultimately benefit financially from her work.

Ratcliffe then got to the crux of the issue: "OK. Did you ever file financial disclosures reflecting that you received financial benefits as it pertained to your wife Nellie Ohr on a matter before the Department of Justice?"

Ohr replied: "Not that I received. I filed the public financial disclosure reports regularly. I did not report that I was receiving money in connection with a matter I was working on because, in my mind, I'm not."
Yeah, Bruce, in your mind.... :lolno: Sally Yates was nevar informed, wink, wink :wink:

Think that there may be justice coming?

https://saraacarter.com/doj-gave-embatt ... g-demoted/
Department of Justice official Bruce Ohr —who was a backchannel for the former British spy who compiled the anti-President Donald Trump dossier — received a total of $42,520 in performance bonuses from the Justice Department. He received those bonuses after being demoted for a conflict of interest and for not informing his superiors that his wife, Nellie Ohr, was working for the embattled research firm Fusion GPS, which hired former British spy Christoper Steele to compile the now debunked dossier.
:lol:

Steven W, 2019-07-24 01:14 »

Ahh, I see their dragging Mueller out for even more testimony! I'm certain that this time that he'll present the real evidence that he's been hiding from the public for all these years! This time for sure! At least some soundbite might be had that CNN will play over and over make wild claims with. It's absolutely fucking cartoonish at this point. :crazy:

Steven W, 2019-04-29 23:44 »

Things are coming out in dribs and drabs:

https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house ... -collusion
The January 2016 gathering, confirmed by multiple participants and contemporaneous memos, brought some of Ukraine’s top corruption prosecutors and investigators face to face with members of former President Obama’s National Security Council (NSC), FBI, State Department and Department of Justice (DOJ).
The U.S representatives wanted to discuss Manafort and not so much other folks who received money from former President Yanukovych.

FYI, as mentioned in the article:
Agents interviewed Manafort in 2014 about whether he received undeclared payments from the party of ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, an ally of Russia’s Vladimir Putin, and whether he engaged in improper foreign lobbying.

The FBI shut down the case without charging Manafort.
Now, to the meat:
Kulyk said Ukrainian authorities had evidence that other Western figures, such as former Obama White House counsel Gregory Craig, also received money from Yanukovych’s party. But the Americans weren’t interested: “They just discussed Manafort. This was all and only what they wanted. Nobody else.”
Nope, couldn't possibly take a look at Gregory Craig. That wouldn't fit the narrative that was being constructed. There's more, another inconvenient character needed to be taken outta the way:
The other case raised at the January 2016 meeting, Telizhenko said, involved Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company under investigation in Ukraine for improper foreign transfers of money. At the time, Burisma allegedly was paying then-Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter as both a board member and a consultant. More than $3 million flowed from Ukraine to an American firm tied to Hunter Biden in 2014-15, bank records show.

According to Telizhenko, U.S. officials told the Ukrainians they would prefer that Kiev drop the Burisma probe and allow the FBI to take it over. The Ukrainians did not agree. But then Joe Biden pressured Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to fire Ukraine’s chief prosecutor in March 2016, as I previously reported. The Burisma case was transferred to NABU, then shut down.
Yep, Creepy Joe Biden had to get Viktor Shokin to go bye-bye. Couldn't have that nasty investigation going on regarding sonny-boy's payments. Hopefully, the American public start to see the whole 'Muh Russia' conspiracy and subsequent "investigation" for what it was:

Political theater for the stupid.
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Although, I am beginning to wonder if some criminal charges may not result from certain actions, particularly regarding abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Stay tuned.

By the way, if you want to know what 'collusion' looks like, take a look at that meeting in early 2016.

Steven W, 2018-10-30 00:13 »

PROBLEMCHYLD wrote:
2018-10-28 17:49
I don't like any of our past or present presidents. They're all criminals.
:lol:

PROBLEMCHYLD, 2018-10-28 17:49 »

I don't like any of our past or present presidents. They're all criminals.

PROBLEMCHYLD, 2018-10-28 16:52 »

@ Steven W

I have a lot of respect for you because you're NOT afraid to speak up. The internet has no filter but yet they wanna control and censor everything. Just like our FUCKING GOVERNMENT.

Steven W, 2018-10-27 17:01 »

! wrote:
2014-03-17 02:23
Frankly, all I hope for is that this thing won't go nuclear. *lol* Obama vs Putin. I hate wars. :(
I've been thinking about this too. Did the so-called Doomsday Clock get a significant bump during this time? One might get the idea it's just another political device to manipulate the stupid if not.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeSfvA4cCtg

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