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Old March 2nd, 2017, 11:42 PM   #121
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The New York Times has released scandalous new information that deepens the mystery surrounding Donald Trump and his team’s illicit ties to the Russian state. Trump’s disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn had his career destroyed when revelations emerged of his illegal contacts with the Russian ambassador before Trump took office.

Now, it has come out that someone within Trump’s own family was involved with Flynn’s Russian collusion – Trump’s son-in-law and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner. Kushner, who is Ivanka Trump’s husband, met in person with Flynn and ambassador Sergey Kislyak at Trump Tower in December.

Flynn’s meetings with Kislyak were in regards to the sanctions that President Obama was leveling against the Russian Federation for its interference in our elections; Kushner’s presence represents a personal interest from Trump, who is wildly mistrustful of all those outside of his inner circle.



Kushner is now a senior advisor to the president, despite having absolutely no qualifications.

The meeting lasted around twenty minutes and the parties reportedly discussed future “diplomatic relations.” The Times gives an insightful explanation as to why this meeting is so relevant:

“[A]ll meetings between Trump associates and Russians are now significant as the F.B.I. investigates Russian interference in the American election and whether anyone close to Mr. Trump’s campaign was involved.

“The meeting at December came at a crucial time, just as the Obama White House was preparing to sanction Russia and publicly make its case that Moscow had interfered with the 2016 election.”

The scandal continues to grow, as Flynn, Kushner, Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions are now all implicated. Kushner marks the first Trump family member to be definitively tied to the Russia scandal. Now, it seems, it is only a matter of time before President Trump finds himself exposed.
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The New York Times has released scandalous new information that deepens the mystery surrounding Donald Trump and his team’s illicit ties to the Russian state. Trump’s disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn had his career destroyed when revelations emerged of his illegal contacts with the Russian ambassador before Trump took office.

Now, it has come out that someone within Trump’s own family was involved with Flynn’s Russian collusion – Trump’s son-in-law and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner. Kushner, who is Ivanka Trump’s husband, met in person with Flynn and ambassador Sergey Kislyak at Trump Tower in December.

Flynn’s meetings with Kislyak were in regards to the sanctions that President Obama was leveling against the Russian Federation for its interference in our elections; Kushner’s presence represents a personal interest from Trump, who is wildly mistrustful of all those outside of his inner circle.



Kushner is now a senior advisor to the president, despite having absolutely no qualifications.

The meeting lasted around twenty minutes and the parties reportedly discussed future “diplomatic relations.” The Times gives an insightful explanation as to why this meeting is so relevant:

“[A]ll meetings between Trump associates and Russians are now significant as the F.B.I. investigates Russian interference in the American election and whether anyone close to Mr. Trump’s campaign was involved.

“The meeting at December came at a crucial time, just as the Obama White House was preparing to sanction Russia and publicly make its case that Moscow had interfered with the 2016 election.”

The scandal continues to grow, as Flynn, Kushner, Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions are now all implicated. Kushner marks the first Trump family member to be definitively tied to the Russia scandal. Now, it seems, it is only a matter of time before President Trump finds himself exposed.
yawn... from fake news group.....
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Old March 3rd, 2017, 12:16 AM   #123
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Here's a list of fake news sites, Fox isn't listed because it's an entertainment service
Pretending that fact is fake news is funny



List of fake news sites

Name Notes Sources
ABCnews.com.co Owned by Jestin Coler. Mimics the URL, design and logo of ABC News. [9][10][11][12][13]
Bloomberg.ma Designed to imitate Bloomberg.com. Was used to issue a false report announcing that Twitter had received a USD $31 billion takeover offer, the false report resulted in an 8% stock price spike of Twitter. Site now defunct. [14][15]
cnn-trending.com Imitated a CNN site, complete with the CNN logo. Pushed the Hawking Code scam [16][17]
DrudgeReport.com.co Owned by Jestin Coler (mimics the name of the Drudge Report). [13]
usatoday.com.co Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
washingtonpost.com.co Originally registered by Jestin Coler [13][18]
Celebtricity Has claimed:
*That President Obama declared a state of emergency in Chicago after more than 300 people were shot in one night.

*That an employee at a Wendy's put vaginal discharge on a burger as revenge against a partner.

*Bryshere Y. Gray is Jay-Z's son.

[19][20][21]
Empire News Many of this website's fake news hoaxes were widely shared on social media, with stories based off social or political controversies, or were simply appalling to readers. [9][22]
Empire Sports [23]
Firebrand Left Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
Global Associated News [23]
Huzlers Fake news from this website often involve popular restaurants and brands to disgust readers with its gross-out stories. One story by the site falsely reported that Dong Nguyen, the creator of Flappy Bird, killed himself. Another story made up an incident where a person working at a McDonald's restaurant put his mixtapes in Happy Meals. [22][23][24][25]
The Last Line of Defense This website has a history of publishing fake news articles, especially of the political genre. Notable hoaxes include Donald Trump revoking the press credentials of six major news outlets, Michelle Obama getting ditched by the Secret Service, and Hillary Clinton describing Beyonce's music using racial slurs. [26][27][28]
LinkBeef Fake news website that has published claims about the pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 reappearing, a billionaire wanting to recruit 1,000 women to bear his children, and an Adam Sandler death hoax. [29][30][31]
KMT 11 News Falsely reports celebrity appearances and filming locations in random local towns. [32][33][34]
National Report Founder Jestin Coler told Columbia Journalism Review "When it comes to the fake stuff, you really want it to be red meat. [...] It doesn’t have to be offensive. It doesn’t have to be outrageous. It doesn’t have to be anything other than just giving them what they already wanted to hear." [9][13][22]
React 365 This user-created fake news generator, supposedly for "pranking your friends", had at least two stories that went viral. [22]
Stuppid This fake news purveyor specializes in articles with stories that are morally offensive. [22]
The Boston Tribune Starting in February 2016, this website's outright hoaxes quickly became popular with its readers. [22]
The News Nerd [23]
Conservative Frontline Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
Denver Guardian Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
International Report Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
Naha Daily This fake news website is now defunct, and was active in a span of five months with popular fake news articles, including a fake quote by Michael Kors. [22]
News Hound [23]
United Media Publishing Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
InfoWars Managed by Alex Jones. Has previously claimed that millions of people have voted illegally in the 2016 presidential election, that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax, and that the Democratic Party was hosting a child sex slave ring out of a pizza restaurant.
[35] [36] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [43][44]

Natural News Formerly NewsTarget, a website for the sale of various dietary supplements, promotion of alternative medicine, controversial nutrition and health claims, and various conspiracy theories, such as "chemtrails", chemophobic claims (including the purported dangers of fluoride in drinking water, anti-perspirants, laundry detergent, monosodium glutamate, aspartame), and purported health problems caused by allegedly "toxic" ingredients in vaccines, including the now-discredited link to autism. [35][45][45][46][47][48]
Prntly A politically conservative news site described by Snopes as "a disreputable outlet that has a penchant for publishing both fake news and spurious pro-Trump articles." [49][50]
Red Flag News [35]
70 News a Wordpress-hosted site that published a false news story, stating that Donald Trump had won the popular vote in the 2016 United States presidential election; the fake story rose to the top in searches for "final election results" on Google News [51][52]
Activist Post [35]
American News Published a false story claiming actor Denzel Washington endorsed Donald Trump for president. The fictional headline led to thousands of people sharing it on Facebook, a prominent example of fake news spreading on the social network prior to the 2016 presidential election. [35][53][54]
Before It's News Cited by US President Donald Trump at his 2016 campaign rallies. Before Its News and Infowars were described as "unabashedly unhinged 'news' sites" in 2014 by the Washington Post following its promotion of conspiracy theories relation to Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. [35][55][56]
Daily Buzz Live [35]
DC Gazette [35]
Disclose TV [35]
Empire Herald Starting in January 2016, this fake news site had spread many of its hoaxes online in just a few weeks. [22]
Gummy Post Fake news website that has published claims about President Obama issuing a full pardon for convicted rapper C-Murder, Musician Kodak Black getting shot outside a nightclub in Florida, and a Hulk Hogan death hoax. [57][58][59]
Liberty Writers News Established in 2015 by Paris Wade and Ben Goldman, who told the Washington Post their stories focus on "violence and chaos and aggressive wording" to attract readers. The stories reflect the positions of supporters of Donald Trump. [60][61][61]
Media Mass [23]
News Examiner Started in 2015 by Paul Horner, the lead writer of the National Report. This website has been known to mix real news along with its fake news. [22]
News Breaks Here [62]
The News Buzz Daily This fake news website mostly consists of celebrity gossip and death hoaxes, but a few of its other stories became popular on social media. [22]
NewsWatch33 Starting in April 2015 under the name NewsWatch28 and later becoming NewsWatch33, the website disguises itself as a local television outlet. It has also been known to mix real news along with its fake news in an attempt to circumvent Facebook’s crackdown on them. [22]
Now 8 News Starting in 2015, this fake news website is also designed to look like a local television outlet. A lot of hoaxes were successfully spread on social media. [22][63]
The Reporterz Starting in early 2016, this fake news website penned several different hoaxes, including one about a murder over a Twitter trend. [22]
World Truth TV [35]
yournewswire.com [64][65][66]
See also

List of satirical news websites
Fake news in the United States
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Old March 3rd, 2017, 12:21 AM   #124
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Here's a list of fake news sites, Fox isn't listed because it's an entertainment service
Pretending that fact is fake news is funny



List of fake news sites

Name Notes Sources
ABCnews.com.co Owned by Jestin Coler. Mimics the URL, design and logo of ABC News. [9][10][11][12][13]
Bloomberg.ma Designed to imitate Bloomberg.com. Was used to issue a false report announcing that Twitter had received a USD $31 billion takeover offer, the false report resulted in an 8% stock price spike of Twitter. Site now defunct. [14][15]
cnn-trending.com Imitated a CNN site, complete with the CNN logo. Pushed the Hawking Code scam [16][17]
DrudgeReport.com.co Owned by Jestin Coler (mimics the name of the Drudge Report). [13]
usatoday.com.co Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
washingtonpost.com.co Originally registered by Jestin Coler [13][18]
Celebtricity Has claimed:
*That President Obama declared a state of emergency in Chicago after more than 300 people were shot in one night.

*That an employee at a Wendy's put vaginal discharge on a burger as revenge against a partner.

*Bryshere Y. Gray is Jay-Z's son.

[19][20][21]
Empire News Many of this website's fake news hoaxes were widely shared on social media, with stories based off social or political controversies, or were simply appalling to readers. [9][22]
Empire Sports [23]
Firebrand Left Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
Global Associated News [23]
Huzlers Fake news from this website often involve popular restaurants and brands to disgust readers with its gross-out stories. One story by the site falsely reported that Dong Nguyen, the creator of Flappy Bird, killed himself. Another story made up an incident where a person working at a McDonald's restaurant put his mixtapes in Happy Meals. [22][23][24][25]
The Last Line of Defense This website has a history of publishing fake news articles, especially of the political genre. Notable hoaxes include Donald Trump revoking the press credentials of six major news outlets, Michelle Obama getting ditched by the Secret Service, and Hillary Clinton describing Beyonce's music using racial slurs. [26][27][28]
LinkBeef Fake news website that has published claims about the pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 reappearing, a billionaire wanting to recruit 1,000 women to bear his children, and an Adam Sandler death hoax. [29][30][31]
KMT 11 News Falsely reports celebrity appearances and filming locations in random local towns. [32][33][34]
National Report Founder Jestin Coler told Columbia Journalism Review "When it comes to the fake stuff, you really want it to be red meat. [...] It doesn’t have to be offensive. It doesn’t have to be outrageous. It doesn’t have to be anything other than just giving them what they already wanted to hear." [9][13][22]
React 365 This user-created fake news generator, supposedly for "pranking your friends", had at least two stories that went viral. [22]
Stuppid This fake news purveyor specializes in articles with stories that are morally offensive. [22]
The Boston Tribune Starting in February 2016, this website's outright hoaxes quickly became popular with its readers. [22]
The News Nerd [23]
Conservative Frontline Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
Denver Guardian Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
International Report Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
Naha Daily This fake news website is now defunct, and was active in a span of five months with popular fake news articles, including a fake quote by Michael Kors. [22]
News Hound [23]
United Media Publishing Owned by Jestin Coler. [13]
InfoWars Managed by Alex Jones. Has previously claimed that millions of people have voted illegally in the 2016 presidential election, that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax, and that the Democratic Party was hosting a child sex slave ring out of a pizza restaurant.
[35] [36] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [43][44]

Natural News Formerly NewsTarget, a website for the sale of various dietary supplements, promotion of alternative medicine, controversial nutrition and health claims, and various conspiracy theories, such as "chemtrails", chemophobic claims (including the purported dangers of fluoride in drinking water, anti-perspirants, laundry detergent, monosodium glutamate, aspartame), and purported health problems caused by allegedly "toxic" ingredients in vaccines, including the now-discredited link to autism. [35][45][45][46][47][48]
Prntly A politically conservative news site described by Snopes as "a disreputable outlet that has a penchant for publishing both fake news and spurious pro-Trump articles." [49][50]
Red Flag News [35]
70 News a Wordpress-hosted site that published a false news story, stating that Donald Trump had won the popular vote in the 2016 United States presidential election; the fake story rose to the top in searches for "final election results" on Google News [51][52]
Activist Post [35]
American News Published a false story claiming actor Denzel Washington endorsed Donald Trump for president. The fictional headline led to thousands of people sharing it on Facebook, a prominent example of fake news spreading on the social network prior to the 2016 presidential election. [35][53][54]
Before It's News Cited by US President Donald Trump at his 2016 campaign rallies. Before Its News and Infowars were described as "unabashedly unhinged 'news' sites" in 2014 by the Washington Post following its promotion of conspiracy theories relation to Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. [35][55][56]
Daily Buzz Live [35]
DC Gazette [35]
Disclose TV [35]
Empire Herald Starting in January 2016, this fake news site had spread many of its hoaxes online in just a few weeks. [22]
Gummy Post Fake news website that has published claims about President Obama issuing a full pardon for convicted rapper C-Murder, Musician Kodak Black getting shot outside a nightclub in Florida, and a Hulk Hogan death hoax. [57][58][59]
Liberty Writers News Established in 2015 by Paris Wade and Ben Goldman, who told the Washington Post their stories focus on "violence and chaos and aggressive wording" to attract readers. The stories reflect the positions of supporters of Donald Trump. [60][61][61]
Media Mass [23]
News Examiner Started in 2015 by Paul Horner, the lead writer of the National Report. This website has been known to mix real news along with its fake news. [22]
News Breaks Here [62]
The News Buzz Daily This fake news website mostly consists of celebrity gossip and death hoaxes, but a few of its other stories became popular on social media. [22]
NewsWatch33 Starting in April 2015 under the name NewsWatch28 and later becoming NewsWatch33, the website disguises itself as a local television outlet. It has also been known to mix real news along with its fake news in an attempt to circumvent Facebook’s crackdown on them. [22]
Now 8 News Starting in 2015, this fake news website is also designed to look like a local television outlet. A lot of hoaxes were successfully spread on social media. [22][63]
The Reporterz Starting in early 2016, this fake news website penned several different hoaxes, including one about a murder over a Twitter trend. [22]
World Truth TV [35]
yournewswire.com [64][65][66]
See also

List of satirical news websites
Fake news in the United States
32 spaces with characters in them got these results... but I gotta do better.
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Old March 4th, 2017, 07:18 AM   #125
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The Russians EXIST
Trump is CORRUPT


Hang on spanky. Didn't the Russians exist during Obamas' Administration?

NO! That's stupid!


The Russians EXIST
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Old March 4th, 2017, 01:47 PM   #126
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And back to reality

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) is firing back at President Trump after Trump tweeted a photo of Schumer with Vladimir Putin, saying he's perfectly willing to talk about his meeting with the Russian leader and challenging the president's team to do the same.

"Happily talk re: my contact w Mr. Putin & his associates, took place in '03 in full view of press & public under oath. Would you &your team?" the Senate minority leader wrote.


Moments before, Trump called Schumer a "total hypocrite" for demanding a probe into the Trump campaign's potential ties to Russia, tweeting a 2003 photo of Schumer and Putin eating doughnuts during Putin’s trip to New York to attend the opening of a Russian gas company’s station.

“We should start an immediate investigation into @SenSchumer and his ties to Russia and Putin. A total hypocrite!” Trump tweeted.


The photo resurfaced late Thursday on the pro-Trump blog Gateway Pundit — asking “Where’s the outrage?" — before being used as the lead image on the the conservative website Drudge Report Friday.
Schumer and other Democrats have repeatedly called for an independent investigation into ties between Trump's presidential campaign and Russia.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday said he would recuse himself from Russia probes after it was revealed that he spoke with Russia’s U.S. ambassador twice during last year’s presidential race, then denied speaking with Russians during his Senate confirmation hearings. Sessions's has since maintained that he spoke with the diplomat as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, not Trump's campaign.

But Schumer quickly said that the recusal isn't enough, arguing that "DOJ regulations clearly require the appointment of a special prosecutor and the administration shouldn't ignore clear regulations a second time.”
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http://dailynewscycle.com/2017/02/75...nergy-company/

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http://rickwells.us/russian-ambassad...s-dems-silent/
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Old March 4th, 2017, 02:23 PM   #128
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More facts, not fiction



President Donald Trump got up bright and early Saturday morning and tried to change the story. On a day when front pages around the country (including the New York Times and Washington Post) featured pieces on the possible ties between his campaign and Russia, Trump launched a strange tweetstorm that is a bit difficult to decipher but seems to have been at least inspired by the latest right-wing media talking points.

First, Trump appears to be trying to defend his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, again by saying the Obama administration was the one that set up the “first meeting” between Sessions and the Russian ambassador.

But then things take a weird turn and Trump launches an attack on Obama in which he compares him to former president Richard Nixon. But in the middle he goes back to defending Sessions. Maybe it helps to read the tweets in order as part of one paragraph? Let’s see:

The first meeting Jeff Sessions had with the Russian Amb was set up by the Obama Administration under education program for 100 Ambs...... Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism! Just out: The same Russian Ambassador that met Jeff Sessions visited the Obama White House 22 times, and 4 times last year alone. Is it legal for a sitting President to be "wire tapping" a race for president prior to an election? Turned down by court earlier. A NEW LOW! I'd bet a good lawyer could make a great case out of the fact that President Obama was tapping my phones in October, just prior to Election! How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!
If you’re wondering, What on earth is Trump talking about? Then it’s likely you don’t spend much time reading right-wing media. The idea that Obama abused his power to undermine Trump has become a popular talking point of the far-right outlets. On Thursday night, radio host Mark Levin flat out accused Obama of masterminding a “silent coup” against Trump. That was picked up by Breitbart, where senior editor-at-large Joel Pollack ties Levin’s claims together to create a story line that begins with the June 2016 request to monitor Trump and several advisers (which was denied) and ends with the Washington Post “targeting” Sessions.

Although there is obviously no evidence that Trump was inspired by the Breitbart piece, there is one key sentence that suggests he might have been. While going through his whole explanation of how Obama tried to undermine Trump, Pollack specifically writes at one point that in October the previous administration “submits a new, narrow request to the FISA court, now focused on a computer server in Trump Tower suspected of links to Russian banks. No evidence is found — but the wiretaps continue, ostensibly for national security reasons.”

You might be thinking, Who cares? It’s clear Trump wants to change the story, so why give the fringe conspiracy theories the time of day? Well, because not everyone sees them as that. Case in point, as soon as Trump went on his tweetstorm, the anchors over at Fox News were positively giddy. “A sitting president going after essentially an incoming president would jack up this whole story,” Ed Henry says. Abby Huntsman agrees: “This could totally change the entire conversation.” And then even though we know Trump has often been inspired by cable news for his tweets, Pete Hegseth says the president knows stuff we don’t so we should listen: “The president has been pretty astute of getting ahead of the news cycle with more information—because he knows it, he sees it, he has intelligence briefings, we don’t—he tweets it, we speculate about it and then more information comes out to affirm it.”
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Damn. I was wrong all along. Trump DOES have ties in Russia.

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Rachel has a good idea of how to express the Donald problem, and next Azerbaijani, ha

http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/w...h-892646467509
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Damn. I was wrong all along. Trump DOES have ties in Russia.

I like the part in the "news" about that the cia has tools that let them snoop around and then leave "tracks" that make it appear that it was russians that did it.. Had those tools for some time. Gotta love wikileaks..
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