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    The feds knew the dossier was phony. Now there’s an email chain with Comey’s name on it that apparently shows this. No wonder the FBI has been slow walking the documents. This removes their plausible deniability.

    ‘…the targeted documents may provide the most damning evidence to date of potential abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), evidence that has been kept from the majority of members of Congress for more than two years.’

    The bottom line? Democrats weaponized the IRS, FISA courts, the FBI and CIA. They even brought the British and Australians in to do their spying for them, since even Barry knew it’s illegal to spy on Americans without appropriate oversight. But what are we to expect from someone who paid our Iranian enemies billions in cash on pallets?

    So are you guys going to defend such political spying against political opponents? Were the shoe on the other foot, we’d hear nothing but complaints. But then again, the left are apparently a bunch of hypocrites.

    Looks like Comey may be the next one to go down.






    Do you think Herb is getting more delusional because he knows the end is coming for Trump and probably the Republicans in power for a while? As they say, as California goes, so goes the country, and the Republican party there is now the THIRD party – after the Democrats and “not a member of a party.”

    Andy Brown



    One reason for the pervasiveness of conspiracy theories is that they serve an important psychological function for people trying to cope with large, stressful events like a terrorist attack.

    The “terrorist attack”, in Herb’s case, is reality attacking his skewed sense of the world.

    People “need to blame the anxiety that they feel on different groups and the result is frequently conspiracy theories,” van Prooijen said, defining the term as a belief that “a group of actors is colluding in secret in order to reach goals that are considered evil or malevolent.”

    Conspiracy theories also appeal to people’s need to feel special and unique because it gives them a sense of possessing secret knowledge, according to a study in the July 2017 edition of Social Psychology.


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