soon it will be proven that trump was elected illegally

George Papadopoulos former trump campaign advisor is will to testy before senate intelligence committee today…now that the criminal case is resolved, senate will make him testify, an investigation into the 2016 election whether trumps campaign was involved with Russian interference during the election…Papadopoulos will squeal about wo people he says were US intelligence officers in London at the time. Manafort’s upcoming 2nd trial will soon start and with that comes evidence and testimonies from Pattin regarding interference with the 2016 election by trumps campaign and Russia…soon and very soon it will be proven that trump was elected illegally, hahah….

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  • Trump was elected Illegally? Hmm here are the facts.

    The Electoral College is embodied in the Constitution in Article 2, Section 1, and in the 12th Amendment, Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Twelfth Amendment (Amendment XII) to the United States Constitution provides the procedure for electing the President and Vice President.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twelfth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution

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    This is what Papadopoulos said in a CNN interview: "ers far as I remember, I absolutely did not share this information with anyone on the campaign," Papadopoulos said, adding, "I might have, but I have no recollection of doing so. I can't guarantee. All I can say is, my memory is telling me that I never shared it with anyone on the campaign."

    https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/09/07/politics/george-papadopoulos-interview-documentary/index.html

    Hahaha, someone has been blowing smoke up your ass @errr.

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  • @errr, Trump was elected fair and square in the eyes of the Supreme law of the US and that Supreme law is none other than the US constitution. He won like 300 electorals, Hillary won the popular vote but that does not elect a President. Never has. And we've heard Comey and The Deputy AG of the US said more than once that no votes changed or were altered by the Russians interference.

    Hillary lost because she ran a poor campaign, she didn't campaign in flyover country or as she say deplorable country. And it was James Comey who ultimately drove voters towards Trump when he announced the FBI have opened a case against her.
  • no she lost not because of Comey but because of trumps campaign dealing with Russia to influence the American public's vote...that's what we are alluding to with the collusion issue
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    @errr, the FBI and DOJ and NSA have all put out statements under oath in congress that NO votes were changed or altered by the Russians.

    DOJ: , "there is no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. There is no allegation in the indictment that the charged conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election".
    watch_live_deputy_ag_rod_rosenstein_announcement.html

    Directors Rogers and Comey Both Say No Votes Were Changed Due to Hacking
    National Security Agency Director Admiral Michael Rogers and FBI Director James Comey both testified on Monday that no votes were changed due to hacking in the 2016 election.
    https://freebeacon.com/politics/directors-rogers-comey-say-no-votes-changed-due-hacking/
  • It was Comeys re-opening a case against clinton that sealed the election in Trumps favor. No doubt about that. When that news came out i knew then that she lost it.

    The FBI under Comey was a ship of fools. And cost Clinton the election

    There was no need to reopen the investigation into Clinton’s emails, especially so late in the election. Now Trump has fresh ammo in his attack on institutions.

    The worst, sleaziest parts of the horrible, sleazy 2016 presidential campaign came roaring back on Thursday, like a nightmare.

    First, there was the almost 600-page inspector general’s report from the justice department that sharply rebuked former FBI director James Comey for his gross of the Clinton email investigation. I have written previously that Comey’s bad actions in the email case probably cost Hillary Clinton the election and the IG’s report certainly confirms his many flawed actions and decisions.

    There was also the lawsuit against the Trump Foundation filed by the New York attorney general after a two-year investigation. The lawsuit is another bad acid flashback, documenting how the Trump family used its charitable foundation as a personal piggy bank to bestow favors on friends and to make outrageous, personal purchases, such as a giant portrait of the president that had no charitable connection whatsoever.

    Reading both documents, the IG report and the lawsuit, fills any sane person with the deepest regret that Donald Trump is president. This is a tragedy that could have been prevented, according to my reading of the justice department’s report. And anyone needing more evidence that Trump lacks the moral or ethical moorings to be president need only peruse the New York lawsuit eviscerating the Trump Foundation.

    Despite his sanctimony, his best-selling book and his claims to martyrdom after Trump fired him, James Comey is a singular villain. Though the IG report states that he had no political motive in doing so, he upended the 2016 election and all but destroyed Clinton’s candidacy.

    First came his terrible decision to denounce Clinton’s carelessness despite his bureau’s conclusion that she did not deserve to be indicted in the email case. That was a departure from prosecutorial practice, where legal norms call for public silence when there are no charges. On this serious misstep the report states, “It was extraordinary and insubordinate for Comey to do so,” and the inspector general added, “and we found none of his reasons to a persuasive basis for deviating from well-established department policies in a way intentionally designed to avoid supervision by department leadership.”

    Comey kept his ill-considered decision to be a press hog hidden and Loretta Lynch, then the attorney general, could not stop him because of her own errors. The report calls her out for her airport meeting with Bill Clinton just as her department was deciding the email case, creating a conflict that effectively took her out of the decision-making process. She deserves the considerable blame directed her way in the report.

    Then comes the even worse cascade of events in October, when Comey made the even worse decision to reopen the email case after the FBI seized Anthony Weiner’s laptop in a separate investigation. His computer contained some of his wife’s copies of Clinton’s emails. Although these emails turned out to be duplicates of messages already inspected by the FBI, Comey precipitously decided to reopen the investigation. His letter to congressional Republicans reopening the email investigation dominated the headlines during the last days of the election. Voters who were late deciders, and there were enough of them to turn the election, fled from Clinton during these final days of the campaign, contributing to her loss.

    The inescapable conclusion of the report is that the FBI under Comey was a ship of fools. There was no need to reopen the investigation, especially so late in the election, as the FBI seized the Weiner laptop in September.

    The listing ship included agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, FBI officials who were involved in both the Clinton and Russia investigations, leading Trump’s supporters to suspect a conspiracy against him. Many of their text messages have been previously released, but the inspector general cites a previously undisclosed message in which Strzok says the FBI “will stop” Trump. This certainly adds to an appearance of being anti-Trump but the IG concluded: “Our review did not find documentary or testimonial evidence directly connecting the political views these employees expressed in their text messages and instant messages to the specific investigative decisions we reviewed,” the report said. Page is gone but Strzok is still employed at the justice department.

    Unfortunately, this well-documented and well-reasoned report will surely provide ammunition for Trump’s outrageous attacks on the legitimacy of federal law enforcement and his efforts to undermine the justice department and the FBI. The internal watchdog’s sharp criticisms of Comey will also be used to bolster Trump’s decision to fire him, even though that decision involved Comey’s correct insistence on pursuing the Russia investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn and other Trump allies.

    Recent public opinion polls show that support for Robert Mueller, the special counsel in the Russia investigation, is foundering. I hope the IG report, which finds that the FBI’s decision to prioritize the Russia investigation before the election was not “free of bias”, does not provide new fodder for Trump’s empty claim that the Mueller inquiry if a partisan witch-hunt.

    As for the lawsuit against the Trump Foundation, we already knew that the Trumps used their charity as a private piggy bank and that, thanks to the great reporting of the Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold, almost none of the Foundation’s money actually came from the Trumps. Still, the president was already tweeting on Monday that the lawsuit is partisan and tainted by the sexual misconduct of the disgraced former New York attorney general.

    Unfortunately, this well-documented and well-reasoned report will surely provide ammunition for Trump’s outrageous attacks on the legitimacy of federal law enforcement and his efforts to undermine the justice department and the FBI. The internal watchdog’s sharp criticisms of Comey will also be used to bolster Trump’s decision to fire him, even though that decision involved Comey’s correct insistence on pursuing the Russia investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn and other Trump allies.

    Recent public opinion polls show that support for Robert Mueller, the special counsel in the Russia investigation, is foundering. I hope the IG report, which finds that the FBI’s decision to prioritize the Russia investigation before the election was not “free of bias”, does not provide new fodder for Trump’s empty claim that the Mueller inquiry if a partisan witch-hunt.

    As for the lawsuit against the Trump Foundation, we already knew that the Trumps used their charity as a private piggy bank and that, thanks to the great reporting of the Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold, almost none of the Foundation’s money actually came from the Trumps. Still, the president was already tweeting on Monday that the lawsuit is partisan and tainted by the sexual misconduct of the disgraced former New York attorney general.
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jun/15/shameless-president-trump-comey-emails-clinton-charity
  • How the FBI Helped Sink Clinton’s Campaign
    New reports reveal that decisions made by a number of officials, acting out of a variety of motives, injured not Trump’s candidacy—but that of his opponent.

    Public statements from former FBI Director James Comey, as well as an internal investigation focusing on former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, have shed light on the extent to which leaks from the Bureau influenced a series of late-October decisions that damaged Hillary Clinton’s chances in the 2016 election.

    Pressure from the FBI officials investigating the Clinton Foundation, who leaked their frustrations to the press, affected both Comey’s decision to make his late-October announcement that the Clinton email probe had been reopened, and according to the Department of Justice Inspector General, McCabe’s decision to publicly confirm the existence of the Clinton Foundation probe to The Wall Street Journal. Both decisions were made under a torrent of conservative criticism, from Trump himself, who called the Clinton email inquiry “rigged,” and from the conservative press, which speculated that the Bureau was deliberately going easy on Clinton.

    In each case, FBI officials violated Justice Department policy against disclosing sensitive information about investigations close to an election, and in each case they did so to the disadvantage of the Democratic candidate, while the investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia remained safely confidential. In aggregate, those choices produced a series of disclosures by FBI officials that were politically damaging for Clinton, even as the Bureau held its silence about its investigation of whether the Trump campaign was aiding an influence operation carried out by a hostile foreign power.

    Late in the 2016 race, it became clear that sources within the FBI were talking to people on the outside about Clinton. The motives of those sources remain unknown—they might have been political partisans, but they also might simply have been frustrated agents who felt their case wasn’t being taken seriously. Former Bureau personnel stress that most agents do not see their jobs as political and would not consciously act in a partisan fashion.

    In one particularly memorable example, on November 4, Trump surrogate Rudy Giuliani told Fox News part of the reason for Comey’s announcement was that “there’s a revolution going on inside the FBI and it’s now at a boiling point,” and that “I know that from former agents. I know that even from a few active agents.”

    “It was clear even at the time that the leaks put pressure on Comey to say something. Now he has hinted at that. He ought to just say so explicitly: He, and our democratic process, were hijacked by Trump-supporting FBI agents who disrespected the rule of law,” Bruce Green, a former federal prosecutor and a law professor at Fordham University, said. “Against that background, any claim that the FBI is somehow out to get the current administration ought to ring hollow.”

    On Sunday night, in an interview with ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos, Comey acknowledged that leaks regarding the Clinton Foundation investigation affected his calculus in deciding whether or not to announce that the email probe had been reopened later in the race.

    “I knew that there were leaks coming—or appeared to be leaks about criminal investigation of the Clintons coming out of New York,” Comey told Stephanopoulos, arguing that criminal investigators are traditionally less circumspect than counter-intelligence agents. “Once you start involving people whose tradition is criminal, and in New York which has a different culture, there is a reasonable likelihood it was going to get out anyway.”

    Mike German, a former FBI agent and a fellow at the Brennan Center, said Comey’s explanations for his decision made little sense. “If you’re afraid that there’s something that is going to look like it could be politicized, what you do is make sure you’re following all the rules and adhering to procedures that were normal,” German said. “As soon as you start manipulating and applying different rules, you politicize it. There’s no getting around that.”

    German added that Comey’s decision made matters worse. “It would have been a lot easier just to go up to New York and hold everybody responsible for what they’re doing rather than completely undermining all the Justice Department regulations, in order to do something extraordinary that does just as much damage as the leak does,” German said. “The cure is worse than the illness.”

    The Inspector General’s report on McCabe, which was released on Friday, portrays similar pressure contributing to McCabe’s decision to offer The Wall Street Journal information that publicly confirmed the Clinton Foundation probe. McCabe has portrayed his actions as defending the Bureau against a false narrative that the Clinton Foundation probe was being shut down.

    The IG report concluded the former deputy director lacked candor in his conversations with internal investigators about his decision to provide a Journal reporter with knowledge of a phone call in which McCabe accused a senior Justice Department official of trying to slow-walk the Clinton Foundation investigation. “We are mindful that McCabe was responding to anonymous, unauthorized leaks about the CF Investigation that may have originated from current or former FBI agents,” the report reads, but that the leak “served only to advance McCabe’s personal interests and not the public interest, as required by FBI policy.” McCabe has denied misleading investigators.

    That fact pattern establishes a clear story: Current or former FBI officials involved in investigating the Clinton Foundation apparently leaked information; Comey made his late-October announcement about the Clinton email investigation in part to get ahead of additional leaks; and McCabe publicly confirmed the existence of the separate Clinton Foundation investigation for similar reasons.

    “The FBI agents had a legal and professional obligation to maintain the secrecy of the Clinton investigation,” Green said. “As law-enforcement agents, they, of all people, had an obligation to play by the rules. Violating their secrecy obligations in order to try to swing an election shows a fundamental lack of respect for the law.”

    While the motivations of all of the actors here were not the same, their actions, in concert, may have substantially influenced the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.

    “The pact that we as a democracy have with the FBI is that if you gather information that could make a person look bad, but isn’t illegal, you don’t talk about it, because otherwise you’re depriving that person of a chance to defend themselves,” German said. “It’s certainly inappropriate for anyone to leak information about a subject under investigation. We give the FBI extraordinary power to conduct investigations where they find criminal wrongdoing, and where they don’t find criminal wrongdoing, they shouldn’t say anything.”

    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/04/comey-mccabe-fbi-clinton/558200/
  • James Comey's Memoir Shows How Trump Won
    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/04/james-comey/557981/

    In his own memoir Comey acknowledged that his decision to reopened the Clinton case gave Trump the Whitehouse.
  • When Comey did this we on the left called for his head but when he was fired by Trump we called him a hero. Madness!
  • Muellers investigation is not about investing if Trump was elected illegally but to investigate if the Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 elections. And its been close to 2 years and no concrete evidence of that has been found. And Rastaman is right Trump was voted legally. By that i meant he had the most electorals over 300 of them while Clinton had 200. The electorals are not a in a voting booth, Trump won most of the state so he won most of the electorals. If a candidate win a state the voting committee of that state gives that Candidate that electoral vote to the candidate that won the most counties vote in that state. And Trump won over 2,000 counties while clinton won mayne 400-500.

    If what errr is saying is true which it isn't it means the Russians bribed those people in the voting committees in the state and county level. That's over 100,000 people. That means the Russians had to have paid a majority of those 100,000 to cast the electoral in Trumps favor. No conspiracy can ever be a secret if 100,000 people are involved. The less people know and the less number of people involved the more the conspiracy has a chance of working. And that debuty attorney of the US said that there is no allegations that americans were involved.
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