Leon Troutsky

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  1. This can't be reposted enough.
  2. Those who do not learn from the past...
  3. This guy doesn't... “This is kind of the game,” said Senate Minority Whip John Cornyn (R-Tex.). “We know that the president’s budget won’t pass as proposed.”
  4. They also denied that members of his campaign had any contacts with Russian officials. Then we found out about over 18 such meetings and it became "no investigation".
  5. Plus, robocalls also don't persaude people nor convince them to get out to vote. They're a waste of money.
  6. Probably setting up a "I'm not going anywhere...I'm here to stay and these lib'ruls can't drive me out!!" Attention whore move, seems to me.
  7. Trump's budget proposal... https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/politics/trump-budget-benefits-cuts/?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-low_graphic%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.90bbe2ac3065 29% cut in food stamps, 19% cut in children's nutritional supplements, 17% cut in Medicaid, and the list goes on. Can't wait to see how quickly congressional GOP runs screaming in the opposite direction. Like s*** on a cold biscuit.
  8. It's as believable as this Seth Rich stuff...which is to say not believable at all.
  9. He edited the guy's name and STILL got it wrong. That's a special kind of stupid right there.
  10. Literal psychological projection.
  11. BREAKING—- KIM DOTCOM RELEASED THE DOCUMENTS MOMENTS AGO——– Except he didn't release any documents at all.
  12. Roger Stone. I think the answer to most of your questions about sources and caring about their credibility, HM, is a resounding "NO".
  13. Sorry if already shared. Fox News retracts unfounded story about DNC staffer's death By MADELINE CONWAY 05/23/2017 03:56 PM EDT Updated 05/23/2017 04:34 PM EDT Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Days after it was debunked, Fox News retracted on Tuesday an unfounded story it ran last week alleging that the 2016 death of a Democratic National Committee staffer may have been a murder in retaliation for communicating with the website WikiLeaks. According to D.C. police, the staffer, Seth Rich, was killed last summer during a robbery attempt, but a conspiracy theory has circulated online claiming that he had really been murdered because he leaked DNC emails to WikiLeaks. The police have said there is no evidence to support the claim, and Rich’s family also denied that Rich had communicated with anyone from WikiLeaks before his death. But Fox News picked up the story and ran an article about it online, and conservative host Sean Hannity promoted the unfounded claims on his primetime program and through social media, spurring widespread condemnation from other media. Morning Media Your guide to the media circus — weekday mornings, in your inbox. EmailSign Up By signing up you agree to receive email newsletters or alerts from POLITICO. You can unsubscribe at any time. The network released a statement Tuesday afternoon saying that the May 16 story “was not initially subjected to the high degree of editorial scrutiny we require for all our reporting.” “Upon appropriate review, the article was found not to meet those standards and has since been removed,” the statement said. “We will continue to investigate this story and will provide updates as warranted.” The statement did not mention Hannity, who as recently as Tuesday afternoon had continued to share tweets about it. And after Fox issued the retraction, he said on his radio show, "For those accusing me of pushing a conspiracy theory, you are the biggest phony hypocrites in the entire world." Hannity also acknowledged Rich's family, saying, "I feel so badly for this family and what they have been through and what they are going through.” On Monday evening, he had shared a link to a Daily Beast story reporting that other Fox News employees were dismayed by his embrace of the unfounded story and indicated that he had no regrets. “Very interesting,” he wrote. “My heart is not troubled in the least.” Rich’s family thanked Fox for retracting the story in a statement sent through a spokesman on Tuesday. “The family would like to thank Fox News for their retraction on a story that has caused pain and anguish to the family and has done harm to Seth Rich’s legacy,” the family said. “We are hopeful that in the future that Fox News will work with the family to ensure the highest degree of professionality and scrutiny is followed so that only accurate facts are reported surrounding this case.” The Daily Caller, a conservative website, has also taken down a story promoting the conspiracy theory. Hadas Gold contributed reporting.