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  1. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by blablabla123 View Post
    Personally, I think it's because he ran through the candidacy for the nomination like a bull in a china shop, he had nothing to lose and everything to gain. Once, if and a BIG IF, if he got the nomination, shit really started to play out for him and Russia.
    ----Now look where things are.

    He never even ran in 2012. He was flirting with the idea. Sorry, but government (any govt) does not scout and look for the guy with almost no chance of winning. They look at dependable, reliable people to back. Russia would be no different than any of the donors. They would support blue chip candidates like Jeb or Clinton. Russia had a better chance with Ron paul/rand paul back in 2012.

  2. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfooter View Post
    #goldenshowers

    hours of fun:

    'turns out wikileaks is the name of one of his hookers'
    'we thought Trump only liked to be showered in praise'
    'you can't spell Trump without a Pee'

    The PEEOTUS is pissed.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C13dsZOUcAEAMJC.jpg


    Either its a 4chan hoax or we are in for the craziest next few weeks.
    What fun!
    lol Russia has pee pics of Trump and thus forced him to fun for prez. Yeah...

    Is Russia an escort agency now?

  3. #51
    The Day 4chan trolled Neocons, Intelligence Agencies and the Mainstream Media
    http://dailywesterner.com/news/2017-...nstream-media/

    After unverified reports surfaced that President-elect Donald Trump once had Russian prostitutes urinate on each other in front of him on a bed the Obamas previously shared, the #GoldenShowerGate #PissGate and #GoldenShowers hashtags shot up the trending charts on Twitter.

    How it all started?

    On Tuesday, CNN published an article stating that US intelligence officials presented a two-page synopsis of classified documents, which included claims that Russian operatives have compromising personal and financial information about Trump, to the president elect and President Barack Obama. The information was included as an annex to the classified version of the report prepared by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on Russian influence on the 2016 presidential election, CNN reported.

    Later in the day, John McCain passes the dossier alleging secret Trump-Russia contacts to FBI and i also leaks it to Buzzfeed News who published the entire set of memos, which were purportedly “prepared for political opponents of Trump by a person who is understood to be a former British intelligence agent.” The dossier had been circulating among elected officials, journalists and the intelligence community for weeks, according to Buzzfeed’s Ken Bensinger.

    Some jumped on the bait heads first, like #nevertrump voice Rick Wilson who later on twitter, stating that the report “gave a new meaning to Wikileaks”.

    The remarkable thing? Not only was fake; it’s a prank perpetuated by 4chan, on Rick Wilson himself.

  4. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by oagre View Post
    Actually the news is credible. All the sources are validated. It's just that no confirmation has surfaced of the actual allegations themselves- yet. And the allegations themselves are fairly moderate. Nothing about Trump having massive private financial dealings with Putin or personal face to face meetings or taking massive bribes. Surely if the source was trying to discredit Trump or make a ton of cash, the report would be far more sensational and accusatory.
    So far everyone's been fixated on the golden showers elements of the reports, not surprising they are the most fun (see sig).

    But in those reports are also allegations that Trump's team was receiving reports from Putin's government through the election, and recall there is already an allegation out that one of his team members knew of the Clinton email hacking before the public and press did. One other member was also removed for connections to Russia.

    There are also allegations that Trump isn't as rich as he claims and that he owes money to Russia buried in there.

    If the report is vindicated Trump may not be president.

  5. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by eznutz View Post
    The Day 4chan trolled Neocons, Intelligence Agencies and the Mainstream Media
    http://dailywesterner.com/news/2017-...nstream-media/
    Possible, but not likely.
    There were reports of Russian blackmail on Trump in October last year.

  6. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfooter View Post
    Possible, but not likely.
    There were reports of Russian blackmail on Trump in October last year.
    Did you actually read that bogus feed? You'll get a pop-under from Chaturbate or some other randomized clickbaiting site if you click the Home button to see who The Daily Westerner is. And they'll stay hidden.

    You expect progress?

  7. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by oldjones View Post
    Did you actually read that bogus feed? You'll get a pop-under from Chaturbate or some other randomized clickbaiting site if you click the Home button to see who The Daily Westerner is. And they'll stay hidden.
    Yes, its really most likely to be fake.

    Al Jazeera notes that these allegations were in the hand of the FBI during the election but that Comey neglected to warn anyone about them and instead allowed the Clinton warrant to be publicized in the week before the election.

    But FBI director ignored the reports on Russia-Trump connection and instead focused on what he termed "potentially explosive" information about the Clinton emails.


    COUNTING THE COST: Trump v America - Presidential conflict of interest? (25:09)

    To Democrats' consternation, Comey went public with the Clinton controversy a week before the elections, but remained quiet about the Trump-Russia affair.

    Nothing came out of the FBI investigation of the Clinton emails, which many argue led to her defeat. This may, or may not, be true. But it's more likely if the British report became public before November 8, that it could've diminished Trump's chances of winning.

    Could this have something to do with the fact the Comey was a registered Republican before he was confirmed as FBI director in 2013? Did his politics prejudice his professional judgment? Or is the report no more than "fake news"?

    The jury is split.
    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opi...130000939.html

    Sure is entertaining.

    Trump's about to hold a press conference, I'm sure that will be entertaining as well.

  8. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfooter View Post
    Yes, its really most likely to be fake.

    Al Jazeera notes that these allegations were in the hand of the FBI during the election but that Comey neglected to warn anyone about them and instead allowed the Clinton warrant to be publicized in the week before the election.


    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opi...130000939.html

    Sure is entertaining.

    Trump's about to hold a press conference, I'm sure that will be entertaining as well.
    Of course the Clinton matter was already part of an ongoing formal FBI investigation of a government official, while the tip from a prominent Republican was only that, and concerned the sexual antics (so we're told) of a private citizen. Investigating private citizens, especially those running for office, is something only secret police do. That is one of the jobs-functions of the FBI, but one they must keep secret if they're to do it at all.

    For entertainment I'm bigly anticipating Trump's Inauguration Address. Imagine what such a polished public speaker will do with the podium that once gave us inspiration in phrases like , "ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country", "… the only thing we have to fear is...fear itself — nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance" and "passion may have strained [but] must not break our bonds of affection … touched, as surely they will be, by the better angels of our nature."

    You expect progress?

  9. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by asterwald View Post
    lol Russia has pee pics of Trump and thus forced him to fun for prez. Yeah...

    Is Russia an escort agency now?
    Keep a mental note of all the idiots who fell for this one...Ohhhhhh the jokes

  10. #58
    Quote Originally Posted by oldjones View Post
    Of course the Clinton matter was already part of an ongoing formal FBI investigation of a government official, while the tip from a prominent Republican was only that, and concerned the sexual antics (so we're told) of a private citizen. Investigating private citizens, especially those running for office, is something only secret police do. That is one of the jobs-functions of the FBI, but one they must keep secret if they're to do it at all.
    The Clinton Foundation FBI investigation was based on allegations from a dubious book written by a Breitbart 'reporter'.

    Trump's now repeating the claim that as president he can't have a conflict of interest, wonder who gave him this advice?
    He's also stating that he has zero Russian investments/interests and still refuses to release his taxes.

    Nothing new in this presser and nothing that's going to slow the rumours and investigations into this latest report.

  11. #59
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfooter View Post
    Possible, but not likely.
    There were reports of Russian blackmail on Trump in October last year.
    You mean Oct 2016, like 3 months ago, when the 4chann guy actually wrote the fake story? lol.. There are screenshots of the fairytale

  12. #60
    Quote Originally Posted by **Sophie** View Post
    You mean Oct 2016, like 3 months ago, when the 4chann guy actually wrote the fake story? lol.. There are screenshots of the fairytale
    The screenshots I saw had Nov 1 as the date, while the blackmail story surfaced in Oct.
    But I haven't looked into it much.

    Other Trump news today:
    States he can't legally be in conflict of interest
    Won't divest his business
    Won't stop running his business, just foreign deals
    Won't release his taxes
    Calls CNN fake news
    Calls himself an 'asset' if Putin likes him.
    Hiring an anti-vaxxer to investigate all vaccine use
    States 2017 will be a catastrophe

    big day

  13. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfooter View Post
    The Clinton Foundation FBI investigation was based on allegations from a dubious book written by a Breitbart 'reporter'.

    Trump's now repeating the claim that as president he can't have a conflict of interest, wonder who gave him this advice?
    He's also stating that he has zero Russian investments/interests and still refuses to release his taxes.

    Nothing new in this presser and nothing that's going to slow the rumours and investigations into this latest report.
    How many IRS auditors in the coming years will have to contend with taxpayers saying they'll settle when the President settles? And if.

    It doesn't matter much what got the Clinton investigation going at the FBI (there were also unfulfilled Congressional subpoenas in question). The sore point is the appropriate ethics of keeping a public investigation of an official secret, and how an Election affects that. American law enforcement has never established a clear line on such matters, and Comey added his own clumsiness and bad timing to the night and fog.

    With the Presidency decided, his official duty must be to protect the new Boss from all suspicion of blackmail, nor can he withhold what little he currently has from the sitting President. Especially considering the fallout from his earlier attempts at news-managing during the campaign, he had little choice but to disclose what he presently has with the minimum of fuss. Now an innocent Trump can carry on, proving his mettle, or a guilty Trump can, Ford-like, have his true character reveal itself over the term. But Comey's done his job and awaits new orders.

    You expect progress?

  14. #62
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfooter View Post
    The screenshots I saw had Nov 1 as the date, while the blackmail story surfaced in Oct.
    But I haven't looked into it much.

    Other Trump news today:
    States he can't legally be in conflict of interest
    Won't divest his business
    Won't stop running his business, just foreign deals
    Won't release his taxes
    Calls CNN fake news
    Calls himself an 'asset' if Putin likes him.
    Hiring an anti-vaxxer to investigate all vaccine use
    States 2017 will be a catastrophe

    big day
    Not the ones that Ive seen.

    We get it, we allllll get it, you hate Trump.

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    Peter Alexander ‏@PeterAlexander 55m55 minutes ago

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    NEW: The law firm representing Trump during today's news conference won Russia Law Firm of the Year award in 2016. @NBCNews

    Peter Alexander added,
    Chambers & Partners @ChambersGuides
    Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP just scooped up the Russia Law Firm of the Year award #ChamEuroAwards @MorganLewisLaw
    156 replies 2,420 retweets 1,739 likes


    Apparently Trump's new law firm is pretty popular in Putin's Russia as well - where no doubt it represents a number of Little Vlad's other friends too.

    In a highly controlled society like Russia, you have to be vetted by the guy at the top to receive prestigious awards. So I guess Putin likes Chambers & Partners a lot. Maybe he even personally recommended them to the Pee-otus.
    After 30 years hobbying and 15 years on TERB, maybe I should write my memoirs. I'd call them..... "If these Balls could talk".

  16. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by asterwald View Post
    lol Russia has pee pics of Trump and thus forced him to fun for prez. Yeah...

    Is Russia an escort agency now?
    Well Trump said he supported waterboarding, why not watersports as well.

  17. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by fuji View Post
    The FBI is investigating and they gained enough confidence that it's true to include it in the briefing notes they presented to the Senate, the President, and the President-elect.

    Now no one on terb will care about golden showers but for the American public that's going to be a shocker.

    They also supposedly tried to pay him off a bunch of times but according to this report he didn't take the money. On the other hand he supposedly has a lot closer relationships with the Russians than he lets on and he regularly received information from them about Clinton and others.
    Why will it be a shocker? One of the most beloved presidents in recent history, shoved a cigar up the vagina of an intern and smoked it in the oval office while she performed oral sex, and he then ejaculated on her intern dress. ...that is on the public record.

    Clinton was an awesome president. If Trump is a pervert, this is a good sign. Much better then some of the dickless wonders that have occupied that office.


    U S A U S A U S A!!!

  18. #66
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    The Golden Shower stuff is coming in fast, good stuff out there. lol
    http://uproxx.com/webculture/trump-t...n-shower-gate/

    All the memes are here.
    https://www.bustle.com/p/these-golde...s-finest-29519

    This one is great. lol
    https://t.co/eorUXMcvo7

  19. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by fuji View Post
    Other stories are going further. They say that Trump was in regular contact with Russian intelligence. They say that the Russians tried to give him money but he refused. However they say he agreed to receive regular intelligence materials from Russia.

    If this is true he should be charged with treason, and if convicted he should face the death penalty.
    So, if Trump refused to accept money from Russia, AND he's receiving intelligence from Russia......how is that treason?
    Do you understand the meaning of "treason"?
    Next time you open a dictionary to find a word that you think might make you appear knowledgeable ("pettifoggery"), please look up "treason" .

  20. #68
    So far, if I'm following everything correctly, the allegations (linked to an investigator who was paid to be biased) are unverified and have been denied by both Trump and the Russians. And it appears CNN was wrong about what was presented to Trump -- it looks like it was only mentioned verbally, rather than in briefing documents.

    Furthermore, a number of major news organizations looked into the allegations months ago and couldn't find any facts to verify them.

    From the New York Times' article, Questions You May be Asking:

    • There are reports that many people in the news media knew about this opposition research on Mr. Trump and Russia for months, but it was never raised during the campaign. Why not?

    Many reporters from multiple news organizations tried to verify the claims in the memos but were unsuccessful. That does not mean that none of the claims are true, but most news organizations choose not to publish damaging allegations against a public figure unless they believe them to be true.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/11/u...=top-news&_r=0

    We'll see what happens. This sure looks like fake news at this point.

    It also fuels the idea that some media are trying to make scandals out of anything by hyping up the "Russia" angle.

  21. #69
    Also from the New York Times' article about questions readers may be asking:

    • Everyone is talking about this document and passing it around online. Why can’t I read it on your website?

    Because the 35 pages of memos prepared as opposition research on Mr. Trump contain detailed claims that neither the intelligence agencies nor The Times have been able to verify, the editors decided to briefly summarize the claims and not publish the document.

    • Why did The Times and other outlets report extensively on the hacking of Democratic National Committee and Podesta emails before the election, but not this?

    The Times did report before the election that the F.B.I. was investigating claims about Mr. Trump’s ties to Russia – an article that resulted from an extensive reporting effort. The Democratic National Committee and Podesta emails were public, their authenticity was not in doubt and they contained newsworthy information.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/11/u...=top-news&_r=0

  22. #70
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    Quote Originally Posted by asterwald View Post
    He never even ran in 2012. He was flirting with the idea. Sorry, but government (any govt) does not scout and look for the guy with almost no chance of winning. They look at dependable, reliable people to back. Russia would be no different than any of the donors. They would support blue chip candidates like Jeb or Clinton. Russia had a better chance with Ron paul/rand paul back in 2012.
    I never said 2012.

    That said, doesn't it strike you odd that the guy who had no chance of winning, won and by a very small, small (see what I did there?) margin, since according to what you just said about governments not scouting for anyone with no chance of winning.

    None of it makes sense, but, if the allegations in the intelligence reports are true, then Putin has bee playing chess while the U.S. has been playing checkers. LOL

    Check and mate!


    America is the gift that keeps on giving, comedy gold. lol

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    This reminds me so much of Rob Ford denying he had ever smoked crack.

    There will be more, and it will be worse.

  24. #72
    Quote Originally Posted by **Sophie** View Post
    Are you kidding to fall for an unverified story...
    These comments are pretty funny coming from someone who lapped up the unverified reports that Anthony Wiener's computer contained proof of Hillary's wrongdoing.

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