Monday, March 12, 2018

Quatari officials have evidence that Jared Kushner is compromised by the Saudis but did not tell Robert Mueller for fear of damaging relationship with Trump Administration.

Courtesy of NBC News: 

Qatari officials gathered evidence of what they claim is illicit influence by the United Arab Emirates on Jared Kushner and other Trump associates, including details of secret meetings, but decided not to give the information to Special Counsel Robert Mueller for fear of harming relations with the Trump administration, say three sources familiar with the Qatari discussions. 

Lebanese-American businessman George Nader and Republican donor Elliott Broidy, who participated in the meetings, have both been the focus of news reports in recent days about their connections to the UAE and Trump associates.


Qatari officials believe the meetings — as well as fallout from Qatari business dealings with Kushner — may have influenced President Trump's public endorsement of a blockade of Qatar by its neighbors that began last year. 

A Qatari delegation came to Washington in late January and early February and met with Trump officials to discuss shared national security interests. Despite Trump's endorsement of the blockade in June, the Qataris felt the meetings with top advisers had been productive and decided against reaching out to Mueller in order to preserve the relationship, according to people familiar with the internal Qatari deliberations. 

A spokesperson for the Qatari embassy in Washington said in a statement last week that Qatar won't be providing materials to the Mueller investigation. 

The Qataris also met with FBI Director Chris Wray while they were in Washington, but never shared their information about the UAE's alleged influence on the administration.

Fear of sharing intelligence vital to an ongoing investigation, because it is assumed the American government will retaliate against you.

THAT is how America's relationship with other countries is damaged beyond repair.

By the way this means that Donald Trump clearly knows that his son-in-law is compromised, and yet he continues to let him sit in on classified briefings, and even put him in charge of solving the crisis in the Middle East.

And Trump had the gall to accuse Hillary Clinton of being careless with classified materials.


  1. Anonymous11:17 AM

    Trump has committed treason. Republicans in Congress - get your work done and impeach the fat ass! He is not representative of me and never will be.

    1. Anonymous12:26 PM

      Hate to break it to you, 11:17, but they haven't yet, and they never will, because THEY ARE COMPROMISED TOO! Mueller better nail *all* their azzes as well, not to mention Pence the Dence! We need to do our part prior, and get that BlueNami going first. Take the House (maybe Senate), ensure that DEMOCRATS can file Articles of Impeachment, then Mueller can move with due speed and surety.

    2. Anonymous1:29 PM

      When folks in the U.S. Congress come up for reelection - make sure you vote them out of office and put new blood in there. We need to rid ourselves of folks like Paul Ryan, the no-chin guy from Kentucky, etc. They are detrimental to our society - along w/The Donald!

  2. Anonymous11:33 AM

    For Whom the Bell Tolls

  3. Anonymous12:20 PM

    When you hear Jared is solving the Middle East it sounds like a joke. It doesn't get much more threatening. How much longer can Jared be in the WH? Trumps Kushners are not entertaining at all, FIRE THEM!!!!

    #BREAKING : the 2nd and 3rd package bombs go off today in #Austin #Texas ... all three were wrapped packages left on the porch of an African American this week.

    Texan "Dumbkota" Meyer must be all over that story. He loves his new state. Another Meyer issue is the Veteran's hospital killing of 3 women. By a PTSD brother. Dumbkota can write a book about all that.

    Women caring for vets, doing their work. It is not getting much attention in the media. What about Trump? He is stuck on his parade and vets with medals of honor. Can the women do MeToo from the grave? Someone needs to do their story. How did the dead killer slip through the cracks?

    Btw, isn't Track Palin finished with his therapy or at least to the point when he can finish up his legal mess? Any Day now?

  4. Anonymous12:22 PM

    "Coming from the man who told Americans in 2002, ”If you take out Saddam, Saddam’s regime, I guarantee you that it will have enormous positive reverberations on the region,” Netanyahu’s judgment about what the U.S. should do in the Middle East is defective, if not deceitful."Tillerson declared the United States “will maintain a military presence in Syria,” where there are four times as many U.S. Special Operations forces as was previously acknowledged.

    “We’ve seen this before: a campaign built on the politicization of intelligence and shortsighted policy decisions to make the case for war,” wrote Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff for Secretary of State Colin Powell during the runup to the invasion of Iraq in 2003."
    "“I hear the increasing sense among officials in the Middle East that the region is on the brink of war. And the more people think war is inevitable, the more likely it becomes.”"
    1. Up for grabs.
    2. Saudi-Israeli alliance.
    3. Israel is mobilizing Congress.
    4. ‘Silent surge.’
    "“The United States has quietly increased the number of troops in the Middle East by 33 percent and there are plans for an ‘enduring presence’ in both Iraq and Syria. More troops and yet another supposedly new strategy are being deployed for the endless war in Afghanistan. US soldiers are fanning out across an archipelago of bases in Africa to conduct what they call ‘train, advise and assist’ missions with nearly 1,000 soldiers in Niger. In Somalia the numbers are also climbing: Troop levels are the highest since the ‘Black Hawk Down’ incident in 1993. The United States has even flown the flag in Europe, as 4,000 soldiers landed in Poland to demonstrate an ‘iron-clad commitment’ to NATO allies. Elsewhere, U.S. support for the Saudi-UAE bombing campaign on Yemen is drawing the United States deeper into that ongoing civil war…”
    5. Diplomacy deficit.
    "The gutting of the State Department means that the Trump administration has lost the capacity to negotiate with other countries, whether they are friendly or hostile. In this vacuum, Vladimir Putin is emerging as the region’s diplomatic kingmaker.

    Next month Russian, Turkish and Iranian diplomats will hold a summit on the future of the region, where U.S. policy is controlled by military commanders, not diplomats. "

  5. Anonymous12:30 PM

    Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is planning to sue oil companies, alleging they are "knowingly killing people all over the world."

  6. Anonymous12:36 PM

    So the quataris aren't sharing detrimentall information on Jared with Mueller not because they are afraid of hurting their relationship with 45. They are holding it like an axe over Jared's head. Want to bet that some secret deal is being negotiated as a quid pro quo for quatar not running jared over with a Greyhound?

  7. Anonymous12:43 PM

  8. Anonymous12:43 PM

    Here are 7 terrifying signs President Trump is driving the US into an all-out war

    Listen carefully in Washington and you’ll hear the sound of a coming war in the Middle East.

  9. Anonymous1:09 PM

    Trump is a lousy actor and human. Americans demand that he quit this shitshow and leave our white house today. He is a disgrace and nasty evil pos sob blob and slob. Time for him to leave and take his personal problems with him. Who vetted him in the FEC?

  10. Anonymous1:55 PM

    Scientists have established a link between brain damage and religious fundamentalism

    A study published in the journal Neuropsychologia has shown that religious fundamentalism is, in part, the result of a functional impairment in a brain region known as the prefrontal cortex. The findings suggest that damage to particular areas of the prefrontal cortex indirectly promotes religious fundamentalism by diminishing cognitive flexibility and openness—a psychology term that describes a personality trait which involves dimensions like curiosity, creativity, and open-mindedness.

    Religious beliefs can be thought of as socially transmitted mental representations that consist of supernatural events and entities assumed to be real. Religious beliefs differ from empirical beliefs, which are based on how the world appears to be and are updated as new evidence accumulates or when new theories with better predictive power emerge. On the other hand, religious beliefs are not usually updated in response to new evidence or scientific explanations, and are therefore strongly associated with conservatism. They are fixed and rigid, which helps promote predictability and coherence to the rules of society among individuals within the group.

    Religious fundamentalism refers to an ideology that emphasizes traditional religious texts and rituals and discourages progressive thinking about religion and social issues. Fundamentalist groups generally oppose anything that questions or challenges their beliefs or way of life. For this reason, they are often aggressive towards anyone who does not share their specific set of supernatural beliefs, and towards science, as these things are seen as existential threats to their entire worldview.

    Since religious beliefs play a massive role in driving and influencing human behavior throughout the world, it is important to understand the phenomenon of religious fundamentalism from a psychological and neurological perspective.

    Can't say I'm surprised at all.

  11. Anonymous2:33 PM

    I imagine there is more to all of the story, as of last week, the U.S. State Department has approved a possible $197 million sale of equipment to upgrade the Qatar Emiri Air Force's air operations center. And just 3 minutes after that, the State Department also approved a $270 million deal to sell Sidewinder air-to-air missiles to the United Arab Emirates.

  12. Anonymous3:55 PM

    I read that the notary that was suppose to sign the disclosure was a fake and did not date and sign etc. Just another fraud in the swamp.

    1. So Trump didn’t sign it and the notary is now in question.

      Sounds like when Daniels and her lawyer go to court, they’re going to get it nullified and they are ready to return the money if the judge so orders.


  13. Anonymous3:57 PM

    So the worthless republican house committee does not believe Russia was involved in election, surprise!!! That bunch of liars are so corrupt. All of them received Russian money through the NRA. Cant wait to throw them all out the door on their ass.

  14. Anonymous4:11 PM

    Teachers are protesting low wages in many states today. Kids are standing up and demanding new gun laws. And don't let betsy devos say that private schools are part of The Public School System. They are not!!! Private schools are for profit and are not a public school and should not receive public funding. NO tax dollars should go to private schools. Stop the vouchers. Tax dollars are for public schools only.

  15. If the Qataris could get the proof so can Mueller. Probably already has it.


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