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8chan News Board Ring: /pn/ - Politics and News - /politics/ - Politics

File: b3b3d060b5cc677⋯.jpeg (8.73 KB, 307x164, 307:164, index.jpeg)

 No.657468[Reply]

A new report found glyphosate, a weed-killing chemical that some health authorities link to cancer, in a number of popular breakfast foods and cereals marketed to children. The study by the non-profit Environmental Working Group (EWG) discovered trace amounts of the most widely used herbicide in the country in oats, granolas and snack bars. Thirty-one out of 45 tested products had levels higher than what some scientists consider safe for children.

Recently, some scientists, doctors and activists around the world have worked to keep glyphosate out of crops due to concerns that it is a dangerous carcinogen.

"We're very concerned that consumers are eating more glyphosate than they know," said Scott Faber, vice president of government affairs at EWG. He has been working to improve food safety standards for more than a decade. He said he and his team at EWG had a lab test involving "45 samples of products made with conventionally grown oats" and found glyphosate – the active ingredient in the Monsanto weed-killer Roundup – in all but two.

"I was shocked," said Dr. Jennifer Lowry, who heads the Council on Environmental Health for the American Academy of Pediatrics.

"We don't know a lot about the effects of glyphosate on children," Lowry said. "And essentially we're just throwing it at them."

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/glyphosate-roundup-chemical-found-in-childrens-breakfast-foods/

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 No.657549

>>657512

>45 boxes of cereal represent ever single box of cereal sold in the country

You are fucking retarded.


 No.657552

Roundup is 100% safe for goyim consumption.


 No.657556

>>657552

But you bet your ass (((Monsanto executives))) don't want to be anywhere near it


 No.657561

>>657468

>higher than what some scientists

Can't get any more vague than that.

How much higher? What level do those scientists consider save and how much was found and how does it compare to standard safety regulations? Who are those scientists, what science are they of and who paid them for their opinion on the matter?

Scaremongering garbage.


 No.657562

>>657561

This, I'd like to know more about this study. I'm not saying there's nothing wrong goyim :^), but the MSM never sources their shitty articles.




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 No.657546[Reply]

Sex robots could one day help failing marriages.

According to an economics professor at the University of British Columbia, the futuristic droids could improve marriages by making husbands and wives focus more on love and parenting, instead of sexual compatibility.

In a book called 'Robot Sex: Social and Ethical Implications,' professor Marina Adshade claims the advent of sex robots will change our societal norms around marriage, particularly when it comes to monogamy.

Adshade refers to this phenomenon as 'sex-bot induced social change' and compares it to the societal impacts of birth control when it was first commercialized.

'I predict their availability will give couples greater opportunity to define their own types of marriages,' Adshade explained.

'One example might be that more couples could choose "companionship marriages" that do not involve sex, but focus solely on the creation of a family.'

When early stage birth control was first introduced in the 1900s, experts at the time believed that it would lead to the dissolution of marriage, as men would be able to find sex elsewhere other than their wives.

By contrast, couples continued to marry, while attitudes around women's sexual behaviors and interests evolved.

'The practice of contraception led husbands and wives to the conviction that they need not be in the least ashamed of their desires for each other,' Social commentator Walter Lippmann said at the time, according to Slate.

Women were no longer assumed to be passive participants in sex with their partner; instead, they were allowed to admit they enjoyed intimacy with their husband.

Increasing contraceptive use also coincided with the rise of female economic independence. Again, many predicted this would result in fewer marriages.

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 No.657548

>>657546

>When early stage birth control was first introduced in the 1900s, experts at the time believed that it would lead to the dissolution of marriag

People were pretty smart back in the day.


 No.657550

>>657548

Schools actually taught people something back then.


 No.657554

>marriage

>When sexbots and artificial wombs exist

Marriage simply won't be attractive for men. Why do these 'social scientists' think men marry in the first place? Once upon a time there might have been an illusion of love in addition to family and sex, but knowing what we know now about human sexuality I doubt that's much of a factor.


 No.657557

>>657548

I wish I was born in 1800 :( feels bad man


 No.657560

>>657546

Which sane man would pay for a sexbot, kids, and a wife but not have sex with her–nonetheless, an incremental improvement in the right direction. The end goal is to make bio-cunts obsolete.




File: cd51dc6d991345e⋯.jpeg (40.9 KB, 680x383, 680:383, sad.jpeg)

 No.657455[Reply]

Well there you go my fellow britbongs, our glorious mayor of london has given the murcans yet another reason to fall about laughing over how truly cucked our once great nation is, I really cant wait for this embarrassment to be voted out of office.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has said cars should be banned from parts of London in response to terror attacks, after previously claiming the city was one of the safest in the world.

Parliament square should be “part pedestrianized,” the left winger said Wednesday morning, the day after a Sudanese migrant drove at speed toward the Palace of Westminster, injuring pedestrians and cyclists.

Police are treating the incident as a terror attack. Last year, Islamist terrorist Khalid Masood used a car and knives to kill and main just yards away on Westminster Bridge and in Palace Yard. Further down river at Borough Market, eight were killed by a radical Islamist gang using the same method.

“After the incident in Westminster Bridge in last March, there have been temporary barriers put in place in many of the bridges in London,” Khan added, on ITV’s Good Morning Britain.

https://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/08/15/londons-khan-says-ban-cars-after-london-terror/

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 No.657544

>>657457

Do you know what coutries dont have islamic terror?

The coutries that dont accept criminal refugees and taqqiya terrorist like sukkadeek khan.

NO ISLAM=NO TERRORISM. Simple math even for a cuk like you.


 No.657551

File: 8a1983754e44b6c⋯.png (518.07 KB, 600x847, 600:847, 448.png)

ban assault cars and high capacity petrol tanks

part and parcel of living in a multicultural shithole


 No.657553

File: bcfb67869bcc359⋯.png (1.34 MB, 896x565, 896:565, ClipboardImage.png)

>>657455

wheres your driving license


 No.657555

>>657553

thats an old one


 No.657559

BAN HIGH SPEED ASSAULT LEGS!




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 No.657507[Reply]

A Missouri nun who traveled to Australia last August to visit a man she met online was caught smuggling cocaine – inside the heels of her shoes, officials said.

Denise Marie Woodrum, 51, was busted while going through customs at the Sydney Airport on Aug. 4 last year. She was stopped by officers who discovered two pounds of cocaine in her luggage, the Sydney Morning Herald reported Monday.

Woodrum, who was a sister with a Kansas-based Catholic order called the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, claims she was duped by a man named Hendrick Cornelius and that the items in her luggage were meant for him.

“She was groomed to provide financial gain for this person, Hendrick Cornelius, whatever person or persons it was behind this identity,” her lawyer Rebecca Neil said in court last week, the newspaper reported. “She went on this trip, she was bringing artifacts for him.”

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2018/08/14/missouri-nun-busted-at-sydney-airport-for-smuggling-cocaine-inside-high-heels-officials-say.html

 No.657511

tsk… amateurs.


 No.657558

What is a nun doing outside of a convent?




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 No.656901[Reply]

Brett Gursky flies first-class. And so does his dog Buddy, a Maltese-Chihuahua mix that he rescued two years ago. When Gursky, a writer-director-producer based in Los Angeles, goes to the Beverly Hills Hotel for meetings, Buddy comes along. And Buddy, who has 3,200 Instagram followers and receives monthly treat boxes from a site called PupBox, is a regular at the Chateau Marmutt—no relation to the iconic Hollywood hotspot Chateau Marmont—where he's pampered with baths, clippings and brushings costing as much as $40 a day.

"Once you see how much they enjoy it, you just keep doing it," says Gursky, 38. "I don't have kids yet, so this is good practice."

http://adage.com/article/cmo-strategy/pet-products-markets-surge-millennials-practice-parenting/314571/

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 No.657372

File: 8d16450b4d7be25⋯.jpg (152.64 KB, 806x748, 403:374, Yeah. What He Said.jpg)


 No.657373

File: 7a4ab0e1eabd3d8⋯.jpg (120.04 KB, 521x810, 521:810, 7a4ab0e1eabd3d85e534d27540….jpg)

>>657362

Even Japanese people hate faggot whiteboi anime weebs!


 No.657375

>>657373

>yfw your pillow is 'practice parenting' you as its pampered pet.


 No.657471

>>657245

>not realizing that his attention-whoring and special snowflake post formatting are what we wanted to be rid of in the first place

>>657364

>I don't just save pictures of homos, I lovingly photoshop them as I longingly gaze at all that manflesh

wow that sure convinces me that you aren't a prancing, dicksucking homosexual

>>657373

>look at this graph cherrypicked image

>stop liking things I don't like!

fuck off, [insert applicable of: bluehat, last remaining actual goon spammer that isn't just somebody disagreeing with imcoonfychode so they're the boogeyman, clueless concerned mother, SJW, redditor] and go [condemn some actual human rights abuse, try harder to get that ten bux back, ask to talk to the manager, get triggered by sidewalks or something, upboat the carefully-curated comments not shadow-hotpocketed by your corporate/gubmint masters]


 No.657545

>>657471

Come back when you learn English.

Your shit's all retarded.




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 No.657435[Reply]

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/08/15/australias_snoopers_charter_experts_react_and_it_aint_pretty/

If the Australian government was hoping its encryption legislation would have a smooth run, it'll probably be disappointed. Not only has the exposure draft landed with a political storm, reactions from technologists range from guarded to sharply critical.

On the political front, the Australian Greens came out most strongly against the proposed laws. The party's digital rights spokesperson Jordan Steele-John highlighted the potential for law enforcement agencies to demand installation of malware on user devices as a danger.

“Regardless of what Minister Taylor claims, installing software or legislating some other means to capture data as it is unencrypted on the receiving device undermines the very principle of end-to-end-encryption,” Steele-John said in a statement.

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 No.657513

>OI CUNT, YE GOT A LOISENCE FOR THAT THERE TLS CONNECTION?

>YE GOTTA GET YA PERMIT AND INSTALL OUR APP IF YOU DON'T WANT THEM CHINKY-CHONKIES READIN YE PASSWORDS


 No.657521

Wait can't I just use a VPN if this happens?


 No.657530

>>657444

>encryption is a lie

Then why spend so much effort discrediting and deleting all traces of TrueCrypt?

>VeraCrypt shill-bot answer in 3,2,1…


 No.657535

You'd think statists would take the hint. When you're shitting the bed over prime numbers, your ideology might be flawed.


 No.657543

>>657521

Yes, use one outside of the 14 eyes




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 No.657427[Reply]

Vermont Democrats made history Tuesday by nominating Christine Hallquist as the first transgender individual to be a major party candidate for governor.

Meanwhile, preliminary results showed that Gov. Phil Scott survived a challenge animated by his former Republican allies in the gun-rights movement.

The general election matchup pits Hallquist, a former utility executive who has never held statewide elected office, against Scott, a former construction company owner seeking a second term.

"I'm going to tell you why we're going to win in November," said Hallquist, holding a clipboard as she addressed a cheering crowd of supporters at the Skinny Pancake restaurant in Burlington. "Because nothing is impossible when you're on the side of justice."

Hallquist’s campaign platform is built on her 13 years as the CEO of Vermont Electric Cooperative, where she says she proved it’s possible to address climate change without raising costs. She has pitched a plan to connect every Vermont home and business with high-speed internet access by relying on electric utilities to string fiber optic cable.

"It's going to take a lot of work to get to every town in Vermont," Hallquist said Tuesday of her upcoming campaign, "and it's going to take twice the amount of work to knock on every door in Vermont, because there's a lot of areas of Vermont that we don't have internet to."

"Not yet!" someone in the crowd yelled.

Her historic campaign has attracted nationwide attention and support, but Hallquist still faces a challenging path as she seeks to defeat a sitting Vermont governor for the first time in more than half a century.

https://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/politics/2018/08/14/vermont-primary-christine-hallquist-wins-democratic-primary-phil-scott-republican/991259002/

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 No.657522

>>657427

Everyone needs to get right with Jesus because I believe we'll be seeing Him before many more years have passed.


 No.657524

Proof that they’re all sick in the fucking head. Why would you want a ficking moron that can’t even figure out what fucking gender that are???? You want this telling you what is right and wrong?? Holy fuck kill it with fire


 No.657525

File: 7a64f2ac5553e2b⋯.webm (2.86 MB, 960x540, 16:9, trap1.webm)

>>657448

>>657428

There is nothing wrong with pounding qt feminine trap ass.


 No.657538

It's about time. All through history, we have been ruled by people who have not chopped their dicks off. And look where that got us!


 No.657541

>>657428

Even if not for the glaringly obvious strawman, there’s a big difference between fucking someone and making them governor.




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 No.657394[Reply]

Here's an amazing stat: In the last 14 contested Republican primaries where President Donald Trump has endorsed a candidate, his pick has won – or is leading – all 14 times.

That's remarkable. (Hat tip to WaPo's James Hohmann for doing the math!) And it speaks to the fact that despite Trump's weak numbers among the general populace, he remains a massively powerful force within the GOP – someone who can make and break candidacies with a single tweet.

Trump, never one to avoid the tooting of his own horn, tweeted this out on Wednesday morning: "5 for 5!" Presumably, that's a reference to Trump's endorsement record on Tuesday – counting Troy Balderson's apparent win in the Ohio congressional special election and Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley's easy win in the state's Senate primary race alongside Kobach, Schuette and James.

In a subsequent tweet, Trump offered his conclusion based on Tuesday's results:

"As long as I campaign and/or support Senate and House candidates (within reason), they will win! I LOVE the people, & they certainly seem to like the job I'm doing. If I find the time, in between China, Iran, the Economy and much more, which I must, we will have a giant Red Wave!"

https://archive.fo/e9Mid

There have been 9 previous threads about this article.

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 No.657509

>>657490

It's always "we're gonna" with you people, continually claiming what you're 'going to do one of these days'….

But 'one of these days' never comes, and it got boring a long time ago… It's a lot like the way you kept promising your mother that if she bought you another computer, you would use it to find a job and get a girlfriend…..

….. But your mother soon began to realize you're just full of hot air, and while you sit there playing video games, she stop listening to your promises of 'what you're going to do one of these days'.

….. We've heard it all before for decades and decades…..

The truth is, if you could have done anything, you would have done it a long time ago…

We all know that the only thing you're capable of doing is throwing temper tantrums, and threatening impossible 'victories' in an imaginary future…..

SHINE MY SHOES, BOY

MAKE 'EM SHINE!!!


 No.657514

>>657490

*Lights a cigar as I place my feet up on your kneeling father's spineless shoulders*

"I said MAKE 'EM SHINE, BOY!"


 No.657518

>>657496

>other young men his age are out there getting married and starting their own families

lol i.e. ruining their lives


 No.657519

>>657506

Absolutely correct, sir!

Trump's non-existent wall is proof positive in symbolic form of the technique used to grab the imagination of people with no concept of how things work, no accomplishments under their belts, and a completely distorted perspective of what's really important.

Of all the problems we've got in America, Mexicans are the least of them.

Notice how none of Trump supporters seem to want to mention the wall, as we head towards the second half of his presidency, with not even one brick having been placed in the wall or the metaphoric plan behind it.

The wall is the perfect symbol of failure, and the waisted efforts of angry people who point the finger of blame at the wrong subject


 No.657520

File: a51203e449d9202⋯.jpg (38.09 KB, 480x270, 16:9, llsbws_east_team_photo_0.jpg)

>>657490

You remind me of a little league softball team, continually threatening out you're about to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers

(And you actually have the audacity to wonder why nobody even listens to you)

Ineptitude personified




File: 9df365d0d9e1308⋯.png (1.04 MB, 1024x576, 16:9, n mod suks cock.png)

 No.657497[Reply]

Police in Michigan say four girls managed to fight off a man who assaulted them over the weekend by throwing hot coffee on him.

The girls, ages 11 to 14, were leaving a gas station convenience store in Millington, Michigan, last week when a man grabbed one of the girls by the hair and attempted to kidnap her, according to police.

Officers with the Millington Police Department said the suspect, identified as 22-year-old Bruce Hipkins, followed the girls last Friday night and eventually grabbed one them “around the head and told her she was coming with him

“The other three girls kicked, hit, and threw their hot coffee on him,” the department said in a statement Saturday. “The suspect let the young girl go and grabbed another one of the girls by her hair. The suspect was again kicked and hit by the girls until he let her go and fled on foot.”

Two of the girls, sisters Allison, 11, and Lauren Eickhoff, 13, described the scary ordeal in an interview with Flint ABC affiliate WJRT on Monday.

"He said, 'You're coming with me.' And like, he grabbed my face," Allison added. "This cannot be happening; I thought it was a test at first, but then I'm like, 'This is real.'"

"I grabbed my drink and chucked it at his head. I tried, I punched him in the head," Lauren said. “Seeing that your little sister was going to get taken is very scary."

"He screamed like a little girl and cried and then ran away", the 11 year old added.

Officers caught up with Hipkins later on and arrested him on charges of unlawful imprisonment, assault and battery and two counts of criminal sexual conduct, police said.

Hipkins told officers that a gang of SJW girls had assaulted him when he asked their opinion on Trump and the pee tapes.

The girls denied this

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 No.657508

And where does it state that he browses r0k and is a trump supporter?


 No.657510

>>657508

/leftypol/ pretending to be journalists again. Even fake news journalists are better than this.


 No.657517

File: 5f0dd646c1e58dc⋯.webm (292.67 KB, 360x460, 18:23, 5f0dd646c1e58dce8c364b82b….webm)

Fuck off, Johnny.




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 No.657505[Reply]

A New Mexico judge agreed on Monday to release five suspects who were arrested on child abuse charges and were alleged to have been training the children to carry out school shootings. The decision to release the suspects on bond came against the wishes of the sheriff's department and FBI.

The suspects – two men and three women – were arrested last week at a makeshift compound in Amalia, New Mexico, where authorities rescued 11 emaciated children living in filthy conditions with very little food and no clean water, according to police.

Judge Sarah Backus ordered the suspects – Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, Lucas Morton, 40, Jany Leveille, 35, Hujrah Wahhaj, 37, and Subhannah Wahhaj, 35 – released on $20,000 bond each on Monday evening and ordered them to wear ankle monitors until trial, the Taos County Sheriff's Office announced.

Police discovered the decrepit compound, located near the Colorado state line, while searching for Wahhaj's 4-year-old son, Abdul, but he was not there. His mother reported him missing late last year and claimed his father kidnapped him.

Investigators found the malnourished children, ages 1 to 15, barefoot and wearing "rags for clothing," according to a complaint. Authorities recovered the buried remains of a young boy during a subsequent search of the compound on Aug. 9.

Prosecutors believe the remains were that of Wahhaj's son, who is disabled, according KOAT, but investigators say it could take weeks to verify the child's identification.

https://abcnews.go.com/amp/US/suspects-mexico-compound-case-released-bond-sheriffs-pleas/story?id=57160858



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 No.656894[Reply]

Homeownership eludes millions of millennials.

A new report by the Urban Institute, a policy research group, tries to explain why.

There is a whole host of reasons, including personal preferences and economic disadvantages, that explain why the homeownership rate for the largest generation in U.S. history is lower than that of their parents and grandparents.

"In my generation, I’m a baby boomer, you bought a home as quickly as you could," said Laurie Goodman of the Urban Institute. "You didn’t take a vacation for years to save for the down payment on your first home."

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/09/millions-of-millennials-are-locked-out-of-homeownership-heres-why.html

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 No.657470

>>656903

Gee Im sure glad we all agreed to feminism and cheap labor immigration. It sure was worth eroding western civilization for the chance to make things worse

Its enought to make you think hitler was right.


 No.657476

>>656907

>>656925

No it sure has nothing to do with boomers being gulliable shits ans pissing away western values…


 No.657478

>>657470

haha you and your incessant faggot-ass narrative sure are right, we should appoint a meth addict to have dictatorial control of our country, drive away all our weapons research scientists, and then pick unwinnable fights with the two biggest empires on the planet lol XD


 No.657499

>>657478

>then pick unwinnable fights

britain and france declared war, not germany, shitstain


 No.657503

Because capitalism is a failed system that cant sustain a huge middle class anymore.




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 No.651531[Reply]

First it was no contact, then contact but no info, then contact but useless info and no collusion and now it collusion is not a crime. Yet his Chump supporters keep taking it up the ass…

resident Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, called in to "Outnumbered" Monday to clarify remarks he made earlier in the day on "Fox & Friends" about alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

The former New York City mayor said this morning that the president did not collude with the Russians and even if he did so, it wouldn't be a crime.

https://radio.foxnews.com/2018/07/30/fox-news-senior-judicial-analyst-judge-andrew-napolitano-on-rudy-giuliani-he-is-utterly-unworthy-of-belief/

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 No.657198

>>657080

Im not sure if its incompetence of if Russia simply paid the Bushes and Clintons off.

The Clinton foundation got 400 million for the Uranium.


 No.657205

>>657066

Heh. Mad as fuck, soy/pol/.


 No.657214

>>651740

Lol yes democracy is awful…. Thanks for notifying us…. Now get that super Zionist to declare a single party state and make going against the party which is the nations heart illegal.. Clearly sort of already there with those parties


 No.657466

>>651716

Yeah *any day now amirite*


 No.657502

>>657076

>…and you lynch negroes!




 No.657229[Reply]

Donald Trump's election campaign has begun legal action against an ex-White House aide and reality TV star for allegedly breaching her contract.

Donald J Trump for President, Inc has filed for arbitration against Omarosa Manigault Newman, claiming she violated a 2016 non-disclosure agreement.

A feud between the two has escalated as Mrs Newman promotes a new book that is very critical of him.

On Tuesday, Mr Trump angrily denied her claim he was taped using the N-word.

He tweeted: "I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have."

Mrs Newman - a former star of The Apprentice who was fired after a stint as a White House adviser - claimed that Mr Trump was recorded using the word while working on the show he hosted for 11 years.

But she has not said she ever heard him using the word himself.

Their war of words hit arguably a new low when the president called Mrs Newman, who had previously been one of his most prominent black supporters, a "dog".

"She made it up," he wrote, also calling her a "lowlife," "a loser" and "Wacky and Deranged".

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-45177319

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 No.657294

>>657234

I too thought it was stupid but I chalked it up to Trump not forgetting his friends. Of course, the only reason he ever kept her around on his show was because she was the cunt and keeping the cunt, the one everyone hates, on a reality show is a proven ploy for good ratings. Never in a million years should she have been given a proper job.


 No.657419

>>657277

>assigned duties

them dubs are a good sign her duties were what we think they were


 No.657434

>I too thought it was stupid but I chalked it up to Trump not forgetting his friends.

who would have thought trump would fill his white house with friends and relatives in official positions? everyone who knew who what a cronyist swamp filling lowlife he actually was.


 No.657436

>>657234

Trump along with his voters are sub 100 IQ mouthbreathers. The MIC and kikes like Kushner are running the whitehouse with absolute authority.


 No.657479

>>657436

Stay platinum mad.




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 No.657014[Reply]

Ajit Pai is going to be in the hot seat this week — as well he should be.

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is set to testify Thursday in front of a Senate oversight committee. He's certain to have to respond to questions while there about false statements he and some of his subordinates made to lawmakers about an incident last year in which the agency's computer systems got overwhelmed during the comment period for its then-ongoing net-neutrality proceeding.

Pai has tried to distance himself from those false statements, blaming them on the agency's former chief information officer, David Bray. But lawmakers are sure to want to know when Pai knew the statements were false and why he didn't retract them earlier.

Perhaps more importantly, lawmakers may well try to delve into the role the incident played in Pai's effort to overturn the FCC's net-neutrality rules. And the incident and Pai's answers about it could factor into ongoing court battle over his repeal of those rules.

https://www.thisisinsider.com/fcc-ajit-pai-debunked-ddos-attack-senate-hearing-net-neutrality-john-oliver-2018-8

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 No.657158

>>657014

Hey rabbi… What'cha doin'?


 No.657161

File: 5eeaa7e31b2a39a⋯.png (340.35 KB, 640x475, 128:95, 5eeaa7e31b2a39a13d03185ce9….png)

>>657158

>jooz

kill yourself


 No.657164

yeah I'm sure the guy who appointed his will chew him out good


 No.657170

>>657164

>yeah I'm sure the guy who appointed his will chew him out good

<Trump is on the Senate committee

imagine being this retarded


 No.657472

>>657158

It's funny because I was gonna make a Reichstag fire joke




 No.657285[Reply]

>It's beginning to look as if claims of monstrous collusion between Russian officials and U.S. political operatives were true. But it wasn't Donald Trump who was guilty of Russian collusion. It was Hillary Clinton and U.S. intelligence officials who worked with Russians and others to entrap Trump.

>Memos, emails and texts now in Congress' possession show that the Justice Department and the FBI worked together both before and after the election with Fusion GPS and their main link to the scandal, former British spy and longtime FBI informant Chris Steele.

>As a former British spook in Moscow, Steele had extensive ties to Russia. That's why he was picked as the primary researcher to compile the "unverified and salacious" Trump dossier, as former FBI Director James Comey once described it.

>Steele's dossier, for which Fusion reportedly received $1 million, was largely based on interviews with Russian officials. And who paid that $1 million? As we and others have reported, it was Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee, then under Hillary's control.

>The (((media))) knew all this, of course, but largely ignored it.

>The great irony here is that, after more than two years of investigating, the only real evidence of collusion with Russians at all points to Hillary Clinton. It was she who hired Steele to dig up dirt on Trump using Russian sources.

https://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/russian-collusion-hillary-clinton/

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 No.657416

>>657415

Ahem

<they-> Ukraine

<election->vote


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 No.657422

>>657285

Nice CIA thread

The british state is a dictatorship


 No.657439

>>657285

>>657286

Talking isn't collusion. The president is a businessman, idiot.


 No.657443

>>657439

>talking with a Russian lawyer connected to the Kremlin isn't collusion.

The denial grows deeper by the day.




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