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Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: seymorekumquatsIII (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 08:43AM

Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky. This is your counterpart at the USA, Mike Flynn, the new NSA director. As part of my job I am calling to let you know you should feel free to contact me at anytime.
How's the wife and kids?

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: gammaray (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 08:51AM

Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky. This is your counterpart at the USA, Mike Flynn, I might be the new NSA director. As part of what might be my new job I am calling to let you know you should feel free to contact me at anytime about those sanctions.
How's the wife and kids?

Dec. 2015 — Flynn took a paid trip to Russia and appeared at a gala for RT, the state-run TV station, where he dined with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Sometime after Dec. 30, 2016 — The FBI reviews intercepts and finds the Flynn-Kislyak conversation. The matter gets folded into the FBI's ongoing probe into Russian election-related hacking and related issues.

Jan. 11, 2017 — Trump denies members of his staff had contact with Russia before the election, during the campaign.

Jan. 12 — Washington Post columnist David Ignatius first reports the contact between Flynn and Kislyak, raising questions about whether sanctions were discussed.
Jan. 13 — Trump spokesman Sean Spicer says Flynn did not discuss sanctions with the ambassador and the purpose of the call was to schedule a time for Trump and Putin to speak post-inauguration.

Jan. 15 — Vice President Mike Pence tells CBS's "Face the Nation" that sanctions were not discussed: "It was strictly coincidental that they had a conversation. They did not discuss anything having to do with the United States' decision to expel diplomats or impose censure against Russia."
Jan. 19 — Obama administration officials — Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, CIA Director John Brennan and Acting Attorney General Sally Yates — discuss the situation and want to warn the Trump team that Flynn has misled Spicer and Pence. FBI Director James Comey vetoes that, saying it will compromise his ongoing investigation.

Image: U.S. Vice President Pence greets National Security Advisor Flynn before Abe-Trump news conference at the White House in Washington.
Vice President Mike Pence greets National Security Adviser Michael Flynn on Feb. 10. JOSHUA ROBERTS / Reuters
Jan. 20 — Trump inaugurated.

Jan. 20 or 21 — The FBI questions Flynn about his call to the ambassador as part of the bureau's broader investigation into Russia, according to a senior U.S. official.

Jan. 23 — At Spicer's first White House press briefing, he says that Flynn assured him the night before that the Flynn-Kislyak call did not involve sanctions. The subject, Spicer says, was a plane crash over the holiday, Christmas greetings, a potential conference in Syria on ISIS, and scheduling a call with Putin.

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: seymorekumquatsIII (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 09:04AM

This is just more libtard efforts to undermine the credibility of the Trump presidency. Flynn wouldn't have been doing his job if not discussing sanctions. The Trump administration is seeking to improve relations with Russia, an ally in the war against ISIS, and get whatever peaceful concessions form Putin the previous administration's policies failed.
ONCE AGAIN, Flynn violated no laws doing his job. He had a credibility issue with the White HOuse recalling the substance of those calls after calling other counterparts around the world.
You losers won't be happy until you derail Trump's efforts to improve our lives and have 99% of Americans living in poverty.

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: omarkhayammi (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 09:48AM

Spot on Seymore!

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: Gary_Rosati (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 10:15AM

seymorekumquatsIII Wrote:
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> This is just more libtard efforts to undermine the
> credibility of the Trump presidency. Flynn
> wouldn't have been doing his job if not discussing
> sanctions.

Was Flynn just doing his job when he lied to Vice President Pence about not discussing sanctions with the Russians? Was Trump just doing his job when he allowed Vice President Pence to repeat Flynn’s lie to the American people. We now know that Trump was brief about Flynn’s discussing sanctions with the Russians weeks before Pence repeated Flynn’s lie to the American people, yet he did nothing. He was therefore complicit in misrepresenting the facts to the American people. That was all Trump. Libtards had nothing to do with that. That was just Trump the Con-man doing what he does.


> The Trump administration is seeking to
> improve relations with Russia, an ally in the war
> against ISIS,

That’s debatable. There’s certainly no debate that Putin’s Russia is no ally in our efforts to make the world save for democracy and promoting freedom over oppression.

> and get whatever peaceful
> concessions form Putin the previous
> administration's policies failed.

And yet Russian jets continue to buzz our ships.

> ONCE AGAIN, Flynn violated no laws doing his job.

How about perjury and obstruction of justice?

> He had a credibility issue with the White HOuse
> recalling the substance of those calls after
> calling other counterparts around the world.

Well, if it was just a case of a faulty memory, why were some of Flynn’s communications with the Russians encrypted?

> You losers won't be happy until you derail Trump's
> efforts to improve our lives and have 99% of
> Americans living in poverty.

Its pretty clear from Trump’s Executive Orders that he only cares about the 1%. Face it, You got lied too and conned. And now that the truth is coming out you can’t handle it and are lashing out at the Left, like its their fault. What a bunch of whinny bitches.

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: Webjoy (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 10:23AM

Even attempting to use facts in hopes the alt righters will see the light, is about as useful as a one armed trapeze artist.

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: seymorekumquatsIII (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 11:41AM

Much ado about nothing. Mike Flynn, President Trump, et al, until proven otherwise, broke no laws. Come back when you have something substantial to add. Nothing more than White House miscommunications. That's why Flynn is gone. Obstruction of Justice. LMAO. You're assuming you, a peon and other fake news sources, are privy to NSA intel.
How about perjury? Stop pretending, Gary. Do you even know what constitutes perjury.

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: gammaray (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 12:08PM

[www.theguardian.com]


Damning reports emerge of Trump campaign's frequent talks with Russian intelligence

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: anothermike (IP Logged)
Date: February 15, 2017 01:54PM

How old was Louis when Marciano knocked him out ?.....Did Flynn discuss sanctions with his Russian friends, and how he could help BEFORE or AFTER Trump appointed him ??.... Same thing, it doesn't matter......

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: Hemingway (IP Logged)
Date: February 16, 2017 01:12AM

Regarding General Flynn, lying connotes intent to deceive. Flynn misleading of the Vice President may not have been intentional.

Donald Trump may not have wanted to fire his National Security Advisor so soon after taking office. Perhaps, Trump dealt with it in another way short of firing Flynn. Trump never thought the "professionals" at the CIA would commit a crime by leaking the substance of Flynn's conversation. One may disagree with that approach, but it's not abnormal behavior for an administration (remember Susan Rice's bogus story about a YouTube video triggering Benghazi) or unlawful.

Perjury requires being under oath. When was Flynn under oath? There's no reason to believe he committed obstruction of justice; that's pure speculation.

He may have lied to the FBI, but we don't have any information on that either.

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: gammaray (IP Logged)
Date: February 16, 2017 06:54AM

Making false statements
"False statements" redirects here. For other uses, see False statement.
Making false statements (18 U.S.C. § 1001) is the common name for the United States federal crime laid out in Section 1001 of Title 18 of the United States Code, which generally prohibits knowingly and willfully making false or fraudulent statements, or concealing information, in "any matter within the jurisdiction" of the federal government of the United States, even by mere denial[clarification needed].[1] A number of notable people have been convicted under the section, including Martha Stewart,[2] Rod Blagojevich,[3] Scooter Libby,[4] Bernard Madoff,[5] and Jeffrey Skilling.[6]

This statute is used in many contexts. Most commonly, prosecutors use this statute to reach cover-up crimes such as perjury, false declarations, and obstruction of justice and government fraud cases.[7]
[en.m.wikipedia.org]



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Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: Hemingway (IP Logged)
Date: February 16, 2017 08:46AM

Merely being wrong or mistaken doesn't violate that statute. As of yet, there is absolutely no cause to believe General Flynn violated the above statute or perjured himself. None!

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: gammaray (IP Logged)
Date: February 16, 2017 08:57AM

Wouldn't lying to the vice president fall under this,

prohibits knowingly and willfully making false or fraudulent statements, or concealing information, in "any matter within the jurisdiction" of the federal government of the United States, even by mere denial[clarification needed].

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: Hemingway (IP Logged)
Date: February 16, 2017 10:42AM

General Flynn should've been fired. The President and VP have to be able to trust the information they get from the Nat'l Security Advisor. And whether it was intentional or not, Flynn gave Pence wrong information on an important matter.

But there is nothing, yet, that proves Flynn intended to deceive. Nor is there any evidence Pence intended to deceive.

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: seymorekumquatsIII (IP Logged)
Date: February 16, 2017 10:59AM

The FBI recently questioned Flynn about his telephone contacts with the Russian ambassador in Washington. People familiar with the agency's multiple probes said there was no evidence so far of pre-election collusion between Russians and Trump's campaign, or any evidence of criminal activity by Flynn or anyone else connected to Trump.

Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky, This is Mike again. Glad to hear the wife and kids are okay. Yea, Same here. I am doing well. Looking forward to retirement now. We'll have to make a fishing trip together. Reminiscent of when our two great countries were allies during WWII. Neither one would have defeated the enemy without the other. Deja vu all over again in our war against ISIS. Glad to have you on our side.
What's that? What about those sanctions President Obamas placed? Yea, like I told you there is a new sheriff in town and all options are open. More will be forthcoming later.
How's Donnie? Donnie is doing well. The Trump train continues to roll along despite all the distractions. What you're hearing is just swamp talk. You'll be talking to a new NSA Director soon who is also interested in taking out ISIS. Good luck.
Benji? Yea, Benji and Donnie had a great and productive meeting recently. One and two state solutions are on the table. That will do much to allay past mistakes and restore stability in the Middle East.
You said you noticed our stock market is on a roll since Donnie took over. Yea. Investors have a lot of confidence in Donnie and his agenda to make America great again.
Well I gotta go now, Mr. Chemolawsky. I gotta answer some questions at the FBI about a talk I had with the ambassador of Timbucktu and sanctions.
Give my best to Laddy.

Re: Hello, Mr. Chemolawsky
Posted by: gammaray (IP Logged)
Date: February 16, 2017 11:11AM

Russian connection not over yet.



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