John McCain on the Russia Probe: Lots of Shoes to Drop From This Centipede
Roger Stone is feeling the heat:
Media is so dishonest-get beyond headline- contact with ALLEGED Russian blogger fully disclosed, benign, & AFTER DNC disclosures #NiceTry
— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) March 12, 2017
Roger Stone is an old Nixon man-who appropriately has a huge tattoo of Nixon on his back. When he was 19 years old he was working with Don Segretti in CREEP:
“It would eventually be established with certainty that the man who’d written the “Canucks” letter, the man who’d hired the black protesters in front of Muskie’s hotel room, was Donald Segretti, who handled a secret, separate black ops campaign team for CREEP. The man who’d actually sent the letter to McCloskey, who’d hired the Sedan Chair II mole, was a nineteen year old operative named Roger Stone. It was because of this that he makes a brief appearance in the Watergate testimony.”
So despite his attempts to feign innocence, this is what this old Nixon man has done for 46 years, and very effectively.
“When you are looking to set someone up, it is much easier to take advantage of a weakness they already have.”
Very true. When you talk about weaknesses, some thought Bill’s weaknesses would be how they’d take down Hillary. It turned out to be Anthony Weiner’s-virtual-weaknesses.
“When Wall Street players wanted to take out New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, they used his obsession with hookers.”
“If you need a justification for grabbing the Huma/Weiner laptop, setting up Weiner in a sexting honey trap is easier to do than buttering bread. Weiner as a target of a Deep State operation is a wet dream.”
“And don’t for a minute think that Weiner wasn’t set up.”
“It should be noted that the takeout of Spitzer was led by Roger Stone, who just so happens to be very close to Donald Trump and close to The New York Post. The Post led the way in the reporting of the Spitzer scandal. Roger is a master, never underestimate Roger.”
Roger, however, is getting sort of cagey now. Whatever could be the matter?
“Arizona Sen. John McCain suggested Sunday “there’s a lot of shoes to drop” once more information is known about President Donald Trump and his associates’ ties to Russia.”
“In an interview with Jake Tapper on CNN’s “State of the Union,” McCain said he was troubled by a number of things with Russia, including the Republican Party removing a call for defensive weapons to Ukraine from its official platform.”
“Clearly, it was not the will of most Republicans,” McCain said. “There’s a lot of aspects with this whole relationship with Russia and Vladimir Putin that requires further scrutiny, and so far I don’t think the American people have gotten all the answers. In fact, I think there’s a lot of shoes to drop from this centipede.”
“A growing list of contacts between Trump associates and Russian officials has emerged in recent weeks. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned after misleading Vice President Mike Pence and the American people about the contents of his communication with the Russian ambassador during the transition. Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from Justice Department investigations related to campaigns following reports that he failed to disclose during his confirmation hearings two past meetings in 2016 with the same ambassador.”
“Jared Kushner, J.D. Gordon, Carter Page and Walid Phares, who each have ties to the president, have also met with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak.”
“This whole issue of the relationship with the Russians and who communicated with them and under what circumstances clearly cries out for an investigation,” said McCain, who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee. “But I would also point out we should not assume guilt until we have a thorough investigation. I’m not judging anyone guilty.”
All we ask is for a thorough investigation. As for that change in the GOP platform, we now know-thanks to J.D. Gordon-that was at the behest of Donald Trump.
Turns out Kislyak didn’t just travel all the way from Russia to the GOP Convention in Cleveland for some small talk about Jeff Sessions’ church group.
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