Tuesday, February 13, 2018

So Donald Trump had another phone call with Vladimir Putin. How do we know this? Because the Russian media, not the American media, is reporting it.

I'll call you later.
Courtesy of TASS: 

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday evening he has just had a telephone conversation with his US counterpart, Donald Trump. 

"I have just spoken over the phone with United States President Mr. Trump. Naturally, we spoke about the Palestinian-Israeli settlement," he said at the beginning of talks with visiting Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. 

"I would like to convey to you his best wishes," he added. 

Yes he sends this best wishes to the Russian people.

To his own people however he tries to take away their healthcare,  embarrasses them on a daily basis, and if they cannot produce their papers sends them over our southern border.

You know if I were under scrutiny for possibly colluding with Russia to steal an election, I would make sure to notify the media EVERY time I contacted Vladimir Putin, immediately provide a transcript of the call, and make damn sure that every call was about furthering America's agenda in some way.

I mean, if I didn't know better, it would almost seem as if Donald Trump does not want us to know how often he calls Russia.

You know what I mean?


  1. Anonymous7:02 AM

    Gryphen, here's a nice wikipedia page worth visiting on a regular basis as 45-related indictments and plea deals mount up..

    Highly recommended to any Deplorables still ranting about the corruption of the Obama administration, the Swamp Drainer in Chief making America Grate Again and the purity of Saint Ronnie.


    1. Anonymous8:12 AM

      'Executive Branch[edit]
      Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort (R) and his business partner Rick Gates were indicted on charges of conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money and making false statements, but have not yet been convicted.

      Foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos (whose boss was Jeff Sessions) pled guilty October 5, 2017 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to making false statements to FBI agents relating to contacts he had with agents of the Russian government while working for the Trump campaign.

      National Security Advisor Michael T. Flynn was forced to resign on February 13, 2017 over conversations he had with Russian envoys about sanctions during the transition. On December 1, 2017, Flynn pleaded guilty to charges of lying to the FBI as a plea bargain in exchange for cooperation against another Trump transition official who directed his alleged communications with the Russian government.

      Dr. William C. Bradford resigned from the United States Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy amid reports that he had made racial slurs directed at Barack Obama on Disqus and Twitter. Bradford had claimed that some of the comments were the result of identity theft and not his.

      Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price (R) was forced to resign on September 29, 2017 after it was discovered that he spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars on private flights.

      Center For Disease Control Director Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald was forced to resign on January 31, 2018 after it was discovered that she bought tobacco stock, the leading cause of preventable death in the US, and creating a conflict of interest.

      Taylor Weyeneth (R) Deputy CoS at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy resigned when it was revealed the 24 year old had no qualifications for the position and no related work history other than working on President Trump’s campaign (2018).

      Rob Porter (R) White House Staff Secretary resigned after his two ex-wives came forward with abuse allegations.

      David Sorensen (R) a White House speechwriter resigned after his ex-wife Jessica Corbett came forward with abuse allegations.

      Legislative Branch
      US Representative Timothy F. Murphy (R-PA) the married, anti-abortion congressman resigned just before an investigation could begin concerning his allegedly urging his mistress to seek an abortion. (2017)
      Greg Gianforte (R-MT) pleaded guilty to assaulting a reporter and was sentenced to 40 hours of community service, 20 hours of anger management counseling and ordered to pay a fine. (2017)

      Senator Al Franken (D-MN) announced that he would resign on January 2, 2018 after several accusations of sexual misconduct.'

    2. Anonymous9:27 AM

      "Judicial Branch. The judicial branch interprets the meaning of laws, applies laws to individual cases, and decides if laws violate the Constitution. It's comprised of the Supreme Court and other federal courts. Supreme Court – The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States."



    3. Anonymous9:27 AM

      Hard to pin the legislative hanky-panky on Drumpf, but his White House just vibrates with Arrogance, Incompetence and Greed (the three legs of the Corruption stool)

  2. Anonymous7:27 AM

    Wonder if the talk smack?


    1. Anonymous8:26 AM


      "The White House claimed that Porter’s security was still going on and that they just found out about the domestic violence last week. None of these stories appear to be true. The White House wasn’t in the dark about Christopher Wray. They were covering it up. The Trump White House has made the Porter scandal a thousand times worse by refusing to tell the truth and come clean. The White House protected and promoted a serial domestic abuse, who should never have had a job in the administration.

      The truth is coming out, and it is a damning indictment of this entire administration."

    2. Anonymous9:01 AM



      Circle Jerkin or Phone $eXxx?

  3. Anonymous7:29 AM

    Those calls are suppose to be recorded,i wonder if they turned it iff again.

    Did traitor trump wish the russian athletes best of luck for the Olympics, because i haven't seen anything about him wishing ours good luck.

    1. Anonymous8:06 AM



    2. Anonymous10:05 AM


      DISing KOREA!

    3. Well, they don't have everyone sign the "guest book" so I wouldn't be surprised if they stopped recording calls too.

      After all, what's going to happen? Who is going to do anything about it? The OWN the government.

      And soon they'll OWN the Surpreme Court too. They are well on their way to owning the lower courts. Once they own the Appeals process it won't matter what happens in the courts. They can make sure nothing gets to the Supremes until they own that too. Ginsberg isn't going to live forever. I hear Kennedy might be looking at retiring. Brier is no spring chicken.

    4. Anonymous2:21 PM

      What a wacko,i worked in the Ren Cen,headquarters of GM right after 911 and they have been there since.
      Guess he missed the big building on the river when he came to MI to "save" the forgotten ones.

  4. Anonymous7:45 AM


    "Cohen’s proposal posits that few people outside Trump’s family understand the president besides him; and he casts himself as the “family fix-it guy” and the original Trump “special counsel.”

    According to Cohen, other recent authors of Trump explainer books—like former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, and deputy campaign manager David Bossie—only worked closely with the president for short periods of time, and don’t have Cohen’s lengthy relationship with Trump." “Michael’s defamation lawsuit against Buzzfeed, filed in state court on January 8 (2018), will be addressed in some detail, with a close focus on the declining nature of journalistic standards in the internet era,” the proposal states." RiiiggghhhttT

  5. Anonymous7:48 AM

    1. ALARMING "The director of national intelligence testified Tuesday that there is no single agency leading the United States’ efforts to respond to and combat Russian election meddling. The revelation came as intel chief Dan Coats also told the Senate intelligence committee that Russia is poised to target the U.S. midterm elections later this year. He warned that Russia will continue to use “propaganda, social media, false-flag personas, sympathetic spokespeople, and other means of influence.” CIA Director Mike Pompeo later said “we have seen Russian activity and intentions” to interfere in the midterm elections."

    1. Anonymous8:18 AM

      ok well then those Vets sitting around bored?
      hire them to catch a rat!
      stop whining about manpower

    2. Anonymous11:18 AM

      3 'T'imes told!


  6. Anonymous7:50 AM

    'U.S. Strikes Killed Scores of Russia Fighters in Syria,
    Sources Say' 200+


    1. Anonymous8:18 AM

      oops! wrong address. repeat

  7. Anonymous7:53 AM

    Read somewhere yesterday that Putin said that Donald authorized him to speak on his behalf. How nice Putin would say that to save face for Donald when we know Putin takes when he wants. Donald is a puppet. There's no way around that. At this point, it no longer matters that the Russians have Trump and prostitutes on camera peeing all over the place. What matters is I think we are no longer the United States.

    1. Anonymous11:22 AM


      "'Netanyahu blocked plans for a Bill to annex some West Bank settlements. And in a bid to placate his right-wing allies, he claimed he was in talks with the Trump administration on such a move. However, not so fast, said the Americans almost immediately, as they dismissed Netanyahu's claim that they had held talks with him over such a move.

      Friends Netanyahu, Trump and Putin may be, but the Israeli leader – who is something of a history buff – might do well to remember Lord Palmerston’s adage that ‘Nations have no permanent friends or allies, they only have permanent interests’. "


  8. Anonymous8:02 AM

    the View -666pence talks to je$u$:


  9. Anonymous8:53 AM


    200BILLION KNOWN~unknown?


  10. Anonymous9:45 AM

    BREAKING: It appears when Trump used a recent NYT story to attack the FBI, he likely had already been briefed on it by his CIA Director and told it (the NYT story) was false. Which means Trump knowingly spread a story about the CIA he knew was false. Media should cover that now.

    2/ This is *very* serious. If Trump is knowingly telling lies about the CIA to vindicate himself in the Mueller probe, he's actively working against U.S. national security due to being under criminal investigation. This is the harm that Trump said Clinton would bring if elected.


    If you're looking for an analysis of Steele's dossier that's a year behind—current as of mid-January '17—this is your article. If you're looking for a current assessment, sadly it can only be found on social media. And I mean it: that's sad. But also true.


    I don't know—I'd only be concerned about this if the president's son-in-law had smuggled the Russian ambassador into his dad's house in December 2016 to discuss with him secretly using a Russian SCIF to send messages directly to Putin that no one in America would ever know about



    A reminder: Trump has now targeted *every* senior investigator who has touched the Russia probe.


  11. Anonymous11:26 AM


    "Harris later asked Wray if the FBI has done legal analysis on the questions she presented. After the FBI Director joked that he now gets to “blame lawyers for things instead of being the lawyer that gets blamed,” Harris asked, “have you blamed any lawyers for their analysis of this issue?”

    “I have not yet, no,” Wray admitted."

  12. Anonymous5:03 PM

    the Russian media knows everything. our media should work as well.


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