Tuesday, April 18, 2017

After reviewing the data a bipartisan group of both Democrats and Republicans have found that Susan Rice did nothing wrong. But then you knew that already, didn't you?

(This is what Trump retweeted on April 4th.)

Courtesy of NBC News: 

A review of the surveillance material flagged by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes shows no inappropriate action by Susan Rice or any other Obama administration official, Republican and Democratic Congressional aides who have been briefed on the matter told NBC News. 

President Donald Trump told the New York Times he believed former National Security Adviser Rice broke the law by asking for the identities of Trump aides who were mentioned in transcripts of U.S. surveillance of foreign targets. Normally, the identities of Americans are blacked out in transcripts circulated by the National Security Agency, but they may be "unmasked," if their identities are relevant to understanding the intelligence.

Members of the House and Senate intelligence committees from both parties have traveled to NSA headquarters to review the relevant intelligence reports. 

"I saw no evidence of any wrongdoing," said one U.S. official who reviewed the documents, who would not agree to be identified further. "It was all completely normal."

His assessment was shared by a senior Republican aide who had been briefed on the matter but declined to speak on the record.

So that means when Devin Nunes called those press conferences and rushed to the White House to breathlessly warn Trump that he and his associates were under surveillance, that he was simply making the whole thing up?

The House Ethics Committee is already supposedly investigating this, but I think there needs to be a full blown investigation by the FBI that looks into exactly what, or who, convinced Nunes to attempt to sabotage the House intelligence Committee investigation and to then try to pin blame on Susan Rice.


  1. An American president who re-tweets Drudge? Yet another block in the Pyramid of Cheops size of embarrassment this buffoon has inflicted upon mankind.

    (sorry for my impreciseness, but a little out of it due to kidney stone problem last night = major pain, no sleep, and possibly 2 percocets too many) ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  2. Anonymous8:12 AM

    I think Nunces ran to the WH because the russians were under surveillance and trump et al were caught plotting with them.

    Little donnie is the typical sociopath, he thinks he is smarter than everyone else and he won’t get caught. Bad news for donnie, they always get caught.

    1. Wanna bet that's why the visitor's logs are under lock and key until five years after Trump is gone? And why there are NO logs for Mar-a-Lagofuckyourself or any of his other properties? And why he won't go to Camp David because they keep logs there too?

  3. Anonymous8:18 AM

    dRUMPf is cornered. He is throwing anything and everything at the wall to see if it sticks. And to defect and derail any meaningful investigations.

    He make GBW seem like a REAL president.

  4. Anonymous8:22 AM

    O/T OMG - Gorsuch is the poorest specimen of intellect ever to sit on the SC bench. Made an ass of himself yesterday and showed his inability to preside as a judge in his previous position!! Far worse than Clarence - no gray matter there! Not enough years of on the job training to bring him up to speed, yet it is a lifetime appointment.

    Ignorant Drumpf thinks he is dealing with Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-un's deceased father. Apparently he cannot pronounce, spell or doesn't remember his name because in speaking and tweeting he refers to him as "that gentleman". Idiocy is replete throughout the members of this administration, starting with the orange a-hole.

    1. He's Robert's problem now.

  5. Anonymous9:34 AM

    For some reason, the GOP absolutely hates Susan Rice. Much as they hate Hillary Clinton. I think they don't like women who are smart and independent thinkers.

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      and BLACK! How dare she.....

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    Jacka$$ Pre$ident:

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    OT?{Just think SHE}
    "who have achieved economic success."
    "The Wealthy Are People, Too!
    A common myth is that you cannot be a victim of injustice unless you are powerless or disadvantaged, or that an injustice is okay if it’s aimed at someone who isn’t powerless or disadvantaged. But those are nothing more than crude rationalizations for injustice."
    "When I discuss unfair treatment of successful businessmen, I almost always hear comments like, “Oh, boohoo. What do the rich have to complain about? Look at everything they have!” This reflects a crass materialism, which amounts to the notion that money solves everything, and that no one can be hurt by or object to mistreatment unless he’s poor."
    "all of it is aimed at erasing the knowledge that economically successful individuals are human beings and that exploiting other human beings is wrong."We live in an advanced technological society, and enjoy a level of wealth, health, comfort, and opportunity that our ancestors could not have dreamed of. What made it possible? The effort of producers, on every level of ability, but with the most credit going to the men and women of extraordinary ability: the inventors, entrepreneurs, and investors who drive progress—and earn a fortune in the process.
    It’s time we stopped saying “screw you” and started saying “thank you.”


    1. What a load of crap.

      What next? How white men are the true minority?

      No one buys that war on Christmas bullshit either.

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