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Monday, January 23, 2023

A former top FBI official in New York has been arrested over his ties to a Russian oligarch, law enforcement sources told ABC News Monday.

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The impact this could have...the explanations this could provide..

#1 | Posted by Tor at 2023-01-23 12:13 PM | Reply

His malfeasance started while he was with the FBI.

#2 | Posted by YAV at 2023-01-23 12:30 PM | Reply

All of these Russia stories are lies, lies I tell you!

#3 | Posted by LegallyYourDead at 2023-01-23 12:50 PM | Reply

His malfeasance started while he was with the FBI.

#2 | POSTED BY YAV

Its hilarious that a guy who investigated Trump for the phony Russia collusion is now arrested for real Russia collusion. But nothing will happen to him, but you can't make this ---- up.

#4 | Posted by oneironaut at 2023-01-23 03:56 PM | Reply | Funny: 1 | Newsworthy 1

Its hilarious that a guy who investigated Trump for the phony Russia collusion is now arrested for real Russia collusion. But nothing will happen to him, but you can't make this ---- up.

Let me give you some 'Trump supporter' logic.

Maybe because he was associated with Russia, he really didn't do his job in investigating Russia collusion. Like, assigned to the case but not really turning over every leaf because.........you figure it out :)

#5 | Posted by brass30 at 2023-01-23 04:07 PM | Reply

Its hilarious that a guy who investigated Trump for the phony Russia collusion is now arrested for real Russia collusion. But nothing will happen to him, but you can't make this ---- up.
#4 | POSTED BY ONEIRONAUT

Except that you just did make that up.

I saw nothing in the article that linked him to the Trumpy Russia collusion scandal and investigations.

Perhaps you have something to backup your maga BS this time?

I won't hold my breath.

#6 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-01-23 04:15 PM | Reply

But nothing will happen to him, but you can't make this ---- up.
#4 | POSTED BY ONEIRONAUT

He was just arrested, numbnutz. Did THAT not happen to him either?

JFC

#7 | Posted by rstybeach11 at 2023-01-23 04:19 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

It's interesting - Fox news is reporting that Charles McGonigal "spearheaded" the Russia collusion investigation.

However, other articles and this one give that no indication.

He was head of the NY office for counterintelligence (2016-2018) but how much he was involved in the investigation should be clarified - since it's all over Twitter.

But my statement stands. If he was involved with Russia, how much can we trust he actually tried to get to the bottom of Trump/Russia.

#8 | Posted by brass30 at 2023-01-23 04:28 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

New York wasn't in the picture for the FBI investigation. It was run out of DC. But if this guy had been in charge, it would explain why the FBI failed to properly investigate Trump during the election and publicly stated there was no reason to suspect conclusion before they finished the investigation.

Ironically Mueller found 272 contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia and concluded Collusion took place even he couldn't prove Trump was involved...after Trump obstructed over and over and over again.

www.americanprogressaction.org

#9 | Posted by Sycophant at 2023-01-23 04:52 PM | Reply

Sycophant - Your reply makes sense, and while Fox is reporting it, has it far down on their home page (rather than a top story).

Of course, this is all over Twitter being misrepresented: FBI corrupt/Trump clean.

#10 | Posted by brass30 at 2023-01-23 05:35 PM | Reply

Its hilarious that a guy who investigated Trump for the phony Russia collusion is now arrested for real Russia collusion. But nothing will happen to him, but you can't make this ---- up.

#4 | Posted by oneironaut

Nothing about russia collusion was phony besides a couple of the details in the steele document.

This only proves how hard russia is working to infiltrate our government, and how it's WORKING.

#11 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2023-01-23 06:18 PM | Reply

He was just arrested, numbnutz. Did THAT not happen to him either?

JFC

#7 | Posted by rstybeach11

He was arrested because we no longer have russian assets running the white house and controlling the DOJ.

#12 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2023-01-23 06:19 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

This could explain why dozens of things about the investigations into Trump and others didn't end the way they should have.
Trump may yet end up on trial for treason.

#13 | Posted by Tor at 2023-01-23 06:27 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

You recall the NY FBI office was dubbed Trumplandia because so many in that office were all-in for Dotard, and was reputed to be leaking so much to Ghouliani about the emails investigation that Comey felt he had to go public with the BS emails story from Weiner's computer immediately before Election Day which probably was the final nail that won Dotard the election even though we found out a few days later that none of those emails was new. I would bet good money that McGonigal owns a MAGAt hat.

#14 | Posted by _Gunslinger_ at 2023-01-23 06:32 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

" for the phony Russia collusion"

America should force morons to read The Rubio Report out loud.

#15 | Posted by Danforth at 2023-01-23 06:33 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 4

Well...gone are the days when Trump shook hands with Putin and walked with Kim Jong-un. Now we are in dark times. High inflation, mass layoffs, and spending cuts galore.

#16 | Posted by wolfdog at 2023-01-23 10:03 PM | Reply

Another angle on the news item: looking at the June 4, 2021 file photo of Oleg Deripaska during a panel session in St. Petersburg makes me wonder what it takes to work towards being an oligarch in Putin's kleptocracy. The guy looks like he could have been a cab driver from Brooklyn in the 1999s. Or a water utility executive at a routine meeting. Not like someone cheerleading an immoral war to advance the fortunes of the world's richest grifter and mass murderer in this Century. If you grew up in a land where playing the game by rules that could either put you on a safe path to wealth, influence, & approval from the highest in your society, or where riling things would sabotage your opportunities, how would you act?

The adage, "Grow where you are planted" comes to mind. How would most people of ambition act if their society rewarded self dealing and protecting the srlf-dealer-in-chief?

#17 | Posted by Augustine at 2023-01-23 10:21 PM | Reply

Can we vote Wulfuterus off the island?

#18 | Posted by LegallyYourDead at 2023-01-23 10:43 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Oct 4, 2016, Charles McGonigal is promoted to the NY FBI office, which is investigating Russia and Trump.

Oct. 28, Comey announces the reopening of HRC's email investigation.

Oct. 31, the NYT carries a story, sourced anonymously, about how the FBI hasn't found links between Trump and Russia.

November 8, 2016, HRC wins the popular vote but loses the Electoral college by 100K votes in a few key states.

threadreaderapp.com

#19 | Posted by reinheitsgebot at 2023-01-23 10:58 PM | Reply

Before his retirement in 2018, McGonigal led the WikiLeaks investigation into Chelsea Manning, busted Bill Clinton's national security advisor Sandy Berger for removing classified material from a National Archives reading room, and led the search for a Chinese mole inside the CIA. In 2016, when reports surfaced that Russia had hacked the email system of the Democratic National Committee, McGonigal was serving as chief of the cybercrimes section at FBI headquarters in Washington. In that capacity, he was one of the first officials to learn that a Trump campaign official had bragged that the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton, sparking the investigation known as Operation Crossfire Hurricane. Later that year, FBI Director James Comey promoted McGonigal to oversee counterintelligence operations in New York.

www.businessinsider.com

#20 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2023-01-23 11:09 PM | Reply

Well...gone are the days when Trump shook hands with Putin and walked with Kim Jong-un. Now we are in dark times. High inflation, mass layoffs, and spending cuts galore.

#16 | Posted by wolfdog

Times were darker here in america when we had a russian asset in the white house. Now we have a patriot in charge who has managed to create lower inflation in america than in the rest of the world.

But yes, in russia, you are in much darker times now. Enjoy your dictatorship. This is the result.

#21 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2023-01-24 10:33 AM | Reply

"Now we are in dark times. High inflation, mass layoffs, and spending cuts galore."

Oh, Russia's just getting started. You're in for A LOT worse, comrade.

#22 | Posted by Danforth at 2023-01-24 11:09 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

It would be utterly naive to think Putin's only assets are Trump, and the NRA, and Michael Flynn, and the GOP.

#23 | Posted by snoofy at 2023-01-24 11:10 AM | Reply

SNOOFY

"It would be utterly naive to think Putin's only assets are Trump, and the NRA, and Michael Flynn, and the GOP.

You're right. Mr. Putin and Trump had many plants, including Republican members of Congress, (some of whom are still there), the CIA, Homeland Security, the Justice Department (Bill Barr), Steve Bannon, Roger Stone, Rudy Giuliani, Kevin Nunes, Jill Stein and, no doubt, others I've failed to remember.

Trump is the only one who fell down on the job and brought the others down with him. Trump got the big head and lost his bid for a second term which set Mr. Putin back four years (at least) in his quest to barnstorm across Ukraine and use it as a jumping off point to conquer the Baltic States and restore the U.S.S.R. to its former power and glory ~~ thus cementing his own legacy in the annals of Russian history.

That's all down the drain now. Mr. Putin tried it on his own and Russia is getting its hinny whipped. And it's all Putin's own fault for putting his faith in a born loser. Just like it would be America's fault if we do the same thing.

#24 | Posted by Twinpac at 2023-01-24 11:50 AM | Reply

Ironically Mueller found 272 contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia and concluded Collusion took place even he couldn't prove Trump was involved...after Trump obstructed over and over and over again.
www.americanprogressaction.org

#9 | POSTED BY SYCOPHANT AT 2023-01-23 04:52 PM | FLAG:
(CHOOSE)

Classic. Collusion took place but he couldn't prove it. You morons are just too gullible.

#25 | Posted by fishpaw at 2023-01-24 02:08 PM | Reply

Nothing about russia collusion was phony besides a couple of the details in the steele document.
This only proves how hard russia is working to infiltrate our government, and how it's WORKING.

#11 | POSTED BY SPEAKSOFTLY AT 2023-01-23 06:18 PM | FLAG:
(CHOOSE)

Another priceless dolt. "Nothing was phony besides a couple of details in the Steele document." Steele himself said it was phony and the Clinton campaign paid for it to be made up!

#26 | Posted by fishpaw at 2023-01-24 02:12 PM | Reply

Now we are in dark times. High inflation, mass layoffs, and spending cuts galore.

#16 | POSTED BY WOLFDOG

Yeah I too heard it was bad over there in Russia comrade.

Don't forget over a hundred thousand Russian soldiers dead in that "special operation ".

Pooty Pants has a Sadface.

#27 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-01-24 02:13 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

Another priceless dolt. "Nothing was phony besides a couple of details in the Steele document." Steele himself said it was phony and the Clinton campaign paid for it to be made up!

#26 | Posted by fishpaw

Reality check time - is the steele document ALL THERE WAS to the russia investigation?

#28 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2023-01-24 02:16 PM | Reply

Steele himself said it was phony and the Clinton campaign paid for it to be made up!

#26 | POSTED BY FISHPAW

Steele stood by his work but said it was "raw intelligence".

"I stand by the work we did, the sources that we had, and the professionalism which we applied to it," Steele said in a wide-ranging exclusive interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos about how he gathered his intelligence, and the life-altering events that ensued after his work and identity were made public.

"Bearing in mind, this was raw intelligence," said Chris Burrows, Steele's partner in the private investigative firm Orbis Business Intelligence. "Raw intelligence in the sense that what we sent over was the initial findings."

The Mueller probe found that Russia had been making efforts to meddle in the 2016 campaign, and that Trump campaign members and surrogates had promoted and retweeted Russian-produced political content alleging voter fraud and criminal activity on the part of Hillary Clinton. Investigators determined there had been "numerous links -- i.e. contacts -- between Trump campaign officials and individuals having ties to the Russian government." And, proof emerged that the Trump Organization had been discussing a real estate deal in Moscow during the campaign.

abcnews.go.com

The Steele Dossier was not even the basis for the investigation into trumps collusion attempts though it was very prescient.

And you forgot YOUR link to your misinformation again comrade.

www.foxnews.admits.they.lie.com

#29 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-01-24 02:26 PM | Reply

Donnerboy -Steele's work has been so thoroughly discredited ... .just stop. You look desperate and pathetic.

#30 | Posted by BellRinger at 2023-01-24 02:29 PM | Reply

-------------, just take the L and move on.

#31 | Posted by reinheitsgebot at 2023-01-24 02:30 PM | Reply

#31. You wanna hang your hat on the Doseier? Have at it. I'll point and laugh.

#32 | Posted by BellRinger at 2023-01-24 02:36 PM | Reply

#32

Says the loser who hung his klan hood on the Durham report.

#33 | Posted by reinheitsgebot at 2023-01-24 02:38 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

#33. Nope. I never had faith in Durham - too many baked in handicaps.

#34 | Posted by BellRinger at 2023-01-24 02:41 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

Have you gotten that Chuckie Cheese restraining order reversed yet?

#35 | Posted by BellRinger at 2023-01-24 02:42 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

-------------, are you still a racist ---------?

#36 | Posted by reinheitsgebot at 2023-01-24 02:44 PM | Reply

You look desperate and pathetic.

#30 | POSTED BY BELLRINGER

Sure right. Me desperate? I or the democrats are not in any legal danger here.

Look in the mirror Moran. I didn't even bring it up. You magamorans did that. Atelier still desperate to disprove it?

Don't bother. You are wasting your time. The dossier was not even relied on in the mueller investigation which showed hundreds of contacts with the Russians and Russian spies. And don't forget Trumpy's constant retweeting of Russian propaganda. And who can ever forget "Russia.. if you are listening!"?

Just because Republicans refused to hold Trumpy accountable doesn't mean he didn't do it.

#37 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-01-24 02:48 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

"Atelier still desperate to disprove it?"

should be

"Are you still desperate to disprove it?"

Thx Siri!

#38 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-01-24 02:49 PM | Reply

You wanna hang your hat on the Doseier? Have at it. I'll point and laugh.

#32 | POSTED BY BELLRINGER

Go for it.

Visitard brought it up. And had to lie about it.

So apparently he wants to hang his hat on it.

#39 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-01-24 02:52 PM | Reply

"
"Atelier still desperate to disprove it?"

should be

"Are you still desperate to disprove it?"

Thx Siri!

#38 | POSTED BY DONNERBOY AT 2023-01-24 02:49 PM | FLAG: "

Sometimes auto correct is Satan.

#40 | Posted by BellRinger at 2023-01-24 02:56 PM | Reply

" time. The dossier was not even relied on in the mueller investigation"

The Horowitz IG report says otherwise.

#41 | Posted by BellRinger at 2023-01-24 02:57 PM | Reply

Well...gone are the days when Trump shook hands with Putin

Trump waddled out of Helsinki with a diaper full of Vlad's DNA.

#42 | Posted by reinheitsgebot at 2023-01-24 02:58 PM | Reply

The Horowitz IG report says otherwise.

#41 | POSTED BY BELLRINGER

The Horowitz report was a partisan Rorschach test.

Horowitz found exactly what he wanted to find.

And so will you.

#43 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-01-24 03:30 PM | Reply

The Horowitz report was an investigation of the investigators.

Now who will investigate Horowitz?

#44 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-01-24 03:32 PM | Reply

Donnerboy -Steele's work has been so thoroughly discredited ... .just stop. You look desperate and pathetic.

#30 | Posted by BellRinger

Do I need to chase you off the thread again?

Ok here we go. Starting from the top.

Why did trump pick a campaign manager, Paul Manafort, who he'd never met, who charged him NOTHING, who was in debt to putin's cronies for 17 million, and who'd been working for years to install russian sympathizers in democracies across europe, who later got locked up for working as an unregistered foreign agent and then pardoned by trump?

#45 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2023-01-24 04:08 PM | Reply

Steele's work has been so thoroughly discredited
#30 | POSTED BY BELLRINGER

It has?

Which parts are true.
Which parts are false.
Which parts are still undetermined.

Thanks!

#46 | Posted by snoofy at 2023-01-24 04:52 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

@#30 ... Steele's work has been so thoroughly discredited ...

The Steele Dossier: A Retrospective (December 2018)
www.lawfareblog.com

...The dossier compiled by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele remains a subject of fascination"or, depending on your perspective, scorn. Indeed, it was much discussed during former FBI Director Jim Comey's testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee on Dec. 7. Published almost two years ago by BuzzFeed News in January 2017, the document received significant public attention, first for its lurid details regarding Donald Trump's pre-presidential alleged sexual escapades in Russia and later for its role in forming part of the basis for the government's application for a FISA warrant to surveil Carter Page.

Our interest in revisiting the compilation that has come to be called the "Steele Dossier" concerns neither of those topics, at least not directly. Rather, we returned to the document because we wondered whether information made public as a result of the Mueller investigation"and the passage of two years"has tended to buttress or diminish the crux of Steele's original reporting....

The dossier is actually a series of reports"16 in all"that total 35 pages. Written in 2016, the dossier is a collection of raw intelligence. Steele neither evaluated nor synthesized the intelligence. He neither made nor rendered bottom-line judgments. The dossier is, quite simply and by design, raw reporting, not a finished intelligence product.

In that sense, the dossier is similar to an FBI 302 form or a DEA 6 form. Both of those forms are used by special agents of the FBI and DEA, respectively, to record what they are told by witnesses during investigations. The substance of these memoranda can be true or false, but the recording of information is (or should be) accurate. In that sense, notes taken by a special agent have much in common with the notes that a journalist might take while covering a story"the substance of those notes could be true or false, depending on what the source tells the journalist, but the transcription should be accurate.

With that in mind, we thought it would be worthwhile to look back at the dossier and to assess, to the extent possible, how the substance of Steele's reporting holds up over time. In this effort, we considered only information in the public domain from trustworthy and official government sources, including documents released by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office in connection with the criminal cases brought against Paul Manafort, the 12 Russian intelligence officers, the Internet Research Agency trolling operation and associated entities, Michael Cohen, Michael Flynn and George Papadopoulos. We also considered the draft statement of offense released by author Jerome Corsi, a memorandum released by House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Ranking Member Adam Schiff related to the Carter Page FISA applications and admissions directly from certain speakers.

These materials buttress some of Steele's reporting, both specifically and thematically. The dossier holds up well over time, and none of it, to our knowledge, has been disproven....

[emphasis mine]

Note that "none of it has been disproven" does not mean "all of it has been proven."


#47 | Posted by LampLighter at 2023-01-24 05:16 PM | Reply

The full headline from the cited article...

Former top FBI official Charles McGonigal arrested over ties to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska

I thought the name Oleg Deripaska sounded familiar.

AP Exclusive: Trump campaign chief linked to Putin interests (March 2017)
apnews.com

...President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Vladimir Putin a decade ago and proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition across former Soviet republics, The Associated Press has learned.

The White House on Wednesday acknowledged the AP's revelations had "started to catch a lot of buzz" but brushed them aside, though some members of Congress expressed alarm. Manafort's activities appeared to contradict previous assertions by the Trump administration and Manafort that he never worked for Russian interests.

Manafort proposed in confidential strategy plans as early as June 2005 that he would influence politics, business dealings and news coverage inside the United States, Europe and the former Soviet republics to benefit the Putin government, even as U.S.-Russia relations under Republican President George W. Bush grew worse.

Manafort pitched the plans to Russian aluminum magnate Oleg Deripaska, a close Putin ally with whom he eventually signed a $10 million annual contract beginning in 2006, according to interviews with several people familiar with payments to Manafort and business records obtained by the AP.

Manafort and Deripaska maintained a business relationship until at least 2009, according to one person familiar with the work.

"We are now of the belief that this model can greatly benefit the Putin Government if employed at the correct levels with the appropriate commitment to success," Manafort wrote in the 2005 memo to Deripaska. The effort, Manafort wrote, "will be offering a great service that can re-focus, both internally and externally, the policies of the Putin government."...

[emphasis mine]

#48 | Posted by LampLighter at 2023-01-24 05:23 PM | Reply

See, JeffJ?
Steele isn't thoroughly discredited.
That's just a Republican Talking Point.

See, JeffJ?
You're just a Republican Talking Point.

#49 | Posted by snoofy at 2023-01-24 05:24 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

@#48

Couple that prior relationship with Mr Deripaska with Mr Manafort acceptimg the position as fmr Pres trump's campaign manager and accepting no salary for it. Who was paying him?

#50 | Posted by LampLighter at 2023-01-24 05:31 PM | Reply

" Steele's work has been so thoroughly discredited"

Annnnnnnnd once again Bellringer gets caught making up schittt.

You'd think he'd never read The Rubio Report.

#51 | Posted by Danforth at 2023-01-24 06:30 PM | Reply

He gets awful upset about the pee pee allegation.

#52 | Posted by Alexandrite at 2023-01-24 06:32 PM | Reply

once again Bellringer gets caught making up schittt.

It would save time to just C&P the last thread rather than do it all over again (for the 20th time) all night.

#53 | Posted by REDIAL at 2023-01-24 06:33 PM | Reply

Note that "none of it has been disproven" does not mean "all of it has been proven."

Or that ANY of it has been proven.

When did you quit beating you wife?

#54 | Posted by visitor_ at 2023-01-25 02:32 PM | Reply

Or that ANY of it has been proven.

#54 | Posted by visitor_

Things that have been proven:

Trump hired an unregistered foreign agent as his campaign advisor.
Trump rewrote the GOP platform to say putin can have crimea
Trump lied about not having business deals in russia.
Trump obstructed the investigation.
Trump tried to lift sanctions on russia
Trump picked putin's favorite general to be secretary of defense
Trump picked putin's favorite oil exec to be secretary of state
Trump said he trusted putin's word over our military intelligence

#55 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2023-01-25 04:06 PM | Reply

Could you bullet point the items that were in the Steele folder?

Trump hired an unregistered foreign agent as his campaign advisor. - Hired and fired in three months.
Trump rewrote the GOP platform to say putin can have crimea - Considering the number of native Russians living in the Crimea a realpolitik decision.
Trump lied about not having business deals in russia. - Mostly false.
Trump obstructed the investigation. - Defending oneself against persecution not the same as obstruction.
Trump tried to lift sanctions on russia - Based on Russia meeting conditions.
Trump picked putin's favorite general to be secretary of defense - Hogwash
Trump picked putin's favorite oil exec to be secretary of state - Hogwash
Trump said he trusted putin's word over our military intelligence - True, a rational act considering the state owes its allegiance only to the party, the ruling class and the Globalist agenda.

We could have had Russia as an ally against China, but now we will have to face them alone.

#56 | Posted by visitor_ at 2023-01-25 04:56 PM | Reply

Trump hired an unregistered foreign agent as his campaign advisor. - Hired and fired in three months. SO? HE COULD HAVE PICKED ANYONE AS A CAMPAIGN MANAGER. WHY DID HE JUST HAPPEN TO PICK A RUSSIAN FOREIGN AGENT? AND WHY DID HE PARDON HIM?

Trump rewrote the GOP platform to say putin can have crimea - Considering the number of native Russians living in the Crimea a realpolitik decision. SO? WHY WAS IT THE ONLY PART OF THE GOP PLATFORM TRUMP EVEN TOUCHED? WHY DID HE CARE SO MUCH/

Trump lied about not having business deals in russia. - Mostly false. MOSTLY TRUE

Trump obstructed the investigation. - Defending oneself against persecution not the same as obstruction. USING YOUR POLITICAL POWER TO HAMPER AN INVESTIGATION INTO YOURSELF IS OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE.

Trump tried to lift sanctions on russia - Based on Russia meeting conditions.

WHAT CONDITIONS?

Trump picked putin's favorite general to be secretary of defense - Hogwash

FACT. FLYNN WAS PARTYING WITH PUTIN BEFORE TRUMP CHOSE HIM.

Trump picked putin's favorite oil exec to be secretary of state - Hogwash

FACT. TILLERSON'S EXXON STOOD TO MAKE A TRILLION DOLLARS IF HE COULD LIFT SANCTIONS ON RUSSIA.

Trump said he trusted putin's word over our military intelligence - True, a rational act considering the state owes its allegiance only to the party, the ruling class and the Globalist agenda.

IS THAT WHAT Q TOLD YOU?

We could have had Russia as an ally against China, but now we will have to face them alone.

YEAH IF WE LET RUSSIA INVADE WHOEVER THEY WANT AND INSTALL PUPPET PRESIDENTS IN THE WHITE HOUSE, THEY'D BE GREAT FRIENDS WITH US.

#56 | Posted by visitor_

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