1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Palmer Report: Robert Mueller couldn’t have been much more clear about what happens next

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It is interesting that although Robert Mueller spoke in plain English today, some people misunderstood or misconstrued his words. Of course, those people are Donald Trump’s inner circle, Trump himself, and his supporters. Once again, Trump is proclaiming that he is innocent, that Mueller found nothing, and that this is over.

As Ari Melber said on MSNBC: “If only. The case is far from closed.” He and Craig Melvin got a good laugh out of Trump’s tweet. Melber said, “It’s a serious day, but that tweet is laughable.” What’s even more laughable is how Trump’s people all choose to ignore Robert Mueller’s pointed words.

Mueller threw out so many hints today that a fifth grader should have gotten the gist of his words. Two things stand out very clearly: “If we had had confidence that the President had clearly not committed a crime, we would have said so.” After discussing the DOJ rule that they cannot indict a sitting president, Mueller followed up with “Charging the President with a crime was, therefore, not an option we could consider.” Is it me, or is this clear as glass?


Much of what Mueller said today clearly contradicted William Barr’s false assertions. For example, CNN points out that while Barr and Rosenstein claimed “there was insufficient evidence to charge a broader conspiracy,” Mueller clarified Barr’s statement by repeating once again that they were not able to exonerate Trump and that his hands were clearly tied by the old, tired DOJ policy. In essence, Mueller was telling us that since they couldn’t indict Trump, they couldn’t do much with what they found. Again, “[c]harging the President with a crime was, therefore, not an option we could consider,” says it all.



It’s not that Mueller and his team found no evidence; it’s that they were not allowed to use the evidence they found. CNN took this one step further by showing a split screen of Barr’s statements next to Mueller’s statements. That video is both damning and telling. Mueller was also clear that because his hands were tied, it is up to Congress to take it from here.




I will not be one of those who constantly criticizes Nancy Pelosi for being cautious with impeachment. I believe she is extremely savvy and she is waiting for the proper strategic time. I agree with her. This is not something that can be rushed. As the anchors on CNN pointed out, it took Congress months to bring Nixon up for impeachment. They gathered the evidence, and once they had incontrovertible proof of Nixon’s guilt, they pounced. Republicans, once faced with the evidence, had no choice but to go along, if only to save their own careers. That may not happen here, but the way she is handling this is the right way.


We’re all tired of being patient. I get that, but if we hope for this to be successful, we have to allow Congress to work. Let’s face it: “President” Donald Trump, his cronies, and his remaining supporters are going to continue to accuse Congress of “partisan” politics no matter what. Perhaps, with the right evidence, they will have to get on board or at the very least, stop actively defending him — just like they did with Nixon.



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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: I was not informed about anything having to do with the Navy Ship USS John S. McCain during my recent visit to Japan. Nevertheless, @FLOTUS and I loved being with our great Military Men and Women – what a spectacular job they d

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I was not informed about anything having to do with the Navy Ship USS John S. McCain during my recent visit to Japan. Nevertheless, @FLOTUS and I loved being with our great Military Men and Women – what a spectacular job they do!


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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: Great show tonight @seanhannity, you really get it (9:00 P.M. @FoxNews), that’s why you’re Number One (by far)! Also, please tell Mark Levin congrats on having the Number One book!

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Great show tonight @seanhannity, you really get it (9:00 P.M. @FoxNews), that’s why you’re Number One (by far)! Also, please tell Mark Levin congrats on having the Number One book!


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mikenov on Twitter: This #evidence regarding possible #collaboration with the #Russian or any other parties and/or entities, or their involvements without collaboration is quite sufficient for the #CounterintelligenceInvestigations. #Mueller #Trump #MuellerReport #FullMellerReport #FBI #CIA #ODNI pic.twitter.com/GwcQcOXzib

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This #evidence regarding possible #collaboration with the #Russian or any other parties and/or entities, or their involvements without collaboration is quite sufficient for the #CounterintelligenceInvestigations.
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mikenov on Twitter: RT @PIJudicialWatch: …Fox News anchor Bret Baier: Mueller’s statement on obstruction is ‘the exact opposite’ of Bill Barr’s spin https://…

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…Fox News anchor Bret Baier: Mueller’s statement on obstruction is ‘the exact opposite’ of Bill Barr’s spin rawstory.com/2019/05/fox-ne… twitter.com/seanhannity/st…

MUELLER RESIGNS, CLOSES OFFICE: “We are formally closing the special counsel’s office and as well I am resigning from the Department of Justice to return to private life” hannity.com/media-room/its…


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mikenov on Twitter: RT @clothinglennyco: Mueller’s words a sharp contrast to Barr’s suggestion lennyco.com/muellers-words… pic.twitter.com/0ZbjkeoWQY

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Mueller’s words a sharp contrast to Barr’s suggestion lennyco.com/muellers-words… pic.twitter.com/0ZbjkeoWQY



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mikenov on Twitter: RT @PrincessBravato: Barr’s video here still looks like a cover up hostage video. twitter.com/MeetThePress/s…

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Barr’s video here still looks like a cover up hostage video. twitter.com/MeetThePress/s…

WATCH: Play back the tape: Mueller’s words vs. Barr’s words pic.twitter.com/IHIZV8f7lF


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Everything Trump touches turns to shit and now its Barr’s turn. twitter.com/politico/statu…

Moments after Mueller’s press conference, Chris Christie declared that the special counsel’s statement “definitely contradicts what [William Barr] said when he summarized Mueller’s report” politico.com/story/2019/05/…


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mikenov on Twitter: RT @JasonGeldmacher: Fox Analyst: Mueller’s Statement Is “180 Degrees” From Bill Barr’s, Not Good News For Trump [VIDEO] https://t.co/oda3w…

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mikenov on Twitter: “An #impeachmentreferral in all but #name”: #Mueller emphasizes that he didn’t clear #Trump politi.co/2JMgTxm via @politico

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“An #impeachmentreferral in all but #name”:
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Mueller emphasizes that he didn’t clear Trump – POLITICO

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Mueller emphasizes that he didn’t clear Trump

‘If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so,’ the special counsel said.

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Special counsel Robert Mueller on Wednesday said he did not want to testify before Congress about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, setting up a potential clash with House Democrats.

But Mueller also sparked a new round of impeachment calls after stressing, this time in person, that he could not clear President Donald Trump of obstruction charges.

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His remarks were the first time the public had heard from Mueller after two years, 199 criminal charges and 37 indictments. Mueller, who said on Wednesday that he was resigning and closing down the special counsel’s office, delivered the statement more than two months after he submitted his 448-page final report on the 22-month Russia investigation.

“I hope and expect this to be the only time that I will speak to you in this manner. I am making that decision myself,” Mueller said in remarks on camera at the Justice Department.

“Any testimony from this office would not go beyond our report,” he added. “The report is my testimony.”

But Mueller — inadvertently or not — seemed to hand off to Congress the issue of whether the president should be held accountable for attempting to obstruct the Russia probe. Mueller’s report lays out several instances of attempts to stymie federal investigators without saying whether those actions rose to the level of a crime.

“If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so,” he noted. “We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime.”

In explaining his decision, Mueller seemed to nod to Congress’s power to launch impeachment proceedings.

“The Constitution requires a process other than the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing,” said Mueller, who did not take questions.

The rare statement came amid negotiations between Mueller’s team and the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees for him to testify publicly about his findings — talks that have faltered in recent weeks as Mueller has sought clarity from the Justice Department on the boundaries of his would-be testimony.

Mueller’s remarks will likely now put the onus on House Democrats to decide whether they want to subpoena Mueller to talk, a move that would put the two sides on a legal collision course.

Democrats sent mixed signals about their plans after Mueller spoke. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said Mueller “needs to testify before Congress,” but House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler was more cagey.

“Mr. Mueller told us a lot of what we needed to hear today,” he said at an afternoon press conference.

Several Democrats said on Wednesday that Mueller was effectively handing things off to Congress, raising anew the specter of impeachment. Nadler, who was given a heads up before Mueller’s statement, said in a statement afterward that it now “falls to Congress to respond to the crimes, lies and other wrongdoing of President Trump — and we will do so.” But pressed specifically about impeachment at his press conference, Nadler would only say that “all options are on the table and nothing should be ruled out.”

Others were more direct.

Justin Amash, the lone Republican lawmaker advocating for launching impeachment proceedings, tweeted: “The ball is in our court, Congress.”

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Most Republicans appeared unmoved, however. “It is time to move on from the investigation and start focusing on real solutions for the American people,” said Republican Doug Collins, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee.

The White House was notified on Tuesday night that Mueller might make a statement on Wednesday and was not caught off-guard by the announcement. President Donald Trump monitored the comments from the White House, and tweeted later that “nothing changes” as a result of Mueller’s comments.

“There was insufficient evidence and therefore, in our Country, a person is innocent. The case is closed! Thank you,” he tweeted.

Trump’s personal attorney Jay Sekulow said Mueller’s announcement “puts a period on a two-year investigation that produced no findings of collusion or obstruction against the President.”

Sekulow’s statement contrasts with what Mueller actually said on Wednesday, when he again outlined the findings that were out in two separate volumes of his final report. The first section outlined the campaign’s contacts with Russia but determined “that there was insufficient evidence to charge a broader conspiracy” between the two sides, Mueller said. The second section discussed Trump’s efforts to interfere in the Russia investigation but declined to either indict or exonerate Trump on possible obstruction of justice charges.

Mueller said that because of longstanding DOJ policy that a sitting president could not be indicted, it was “not an option” to charge Trump. But Mueller alluded to “a process other than the criminal justice system” that the Constitution provides to accuse a president of “wrongdoing.”

It was a signal many Democrats took to mean the impeachment process. Indeed, Mueller also said that one reason his team did not charge Trump was because it would be “unfair” to accuse the president of a crime “when there can be no court resolution of the actual charge.” Impeachment proceedings would offer both sides a chance to make their arguments in Congress, and render a decision.

Some lawmakers even changed their stance on impeachment after hearing Mueller’s remarks.

“Robert Mueller’s statement makes it clear: Congress has a legal and moral obligation to begin impeachment proceedings immediately,” tweeted Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), who is running for president.

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Others called the statement an impeachment referral in all but name.

“This is as close to an impeachment referral as you could get under the circumstances,” said Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., who is also vying for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Wednesday’s statement caps a back-and-forth between Mueller and his boss, Attorney General Bill Barr, who handled the initial presentation of Mueller’s report.

Justice Department officials confirmed to POLITICO last month that Mueller wrote a letter to Barr in March complaining that a four-page memo Barr wrote characterizing Mueller’s primary findings “did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance” of the Russia investigation.

Mueller sent the letter to Barr on March 27, three days after Barr issued his four-page summary. The missive cited “public confusion about critical aspects of the results of our investigation.”

Mueller appeared to back away from that language on Wednesday. He said he “certainly” does not question Barr’s “good faith” in deciding to make most of the full report public all at once rather than heeding Mueller’s request to release certain portions of the report immediately after the investigation concluded.

“We conducted an independent criminal investigation and reported the results to the attorney general, as required by department regulations,” Mueller said. “The attorney general then concluded that it was appropriate to provide our report to Congress and to the American people.”

More Coverage: Full transcript of Mueller’s statement on the Russia investigation| Mueller’s full statement on the Russia investigation| I Watched 20 Hours of Robert Mueller Testifying. Here’s What Congress Would Be In For.


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“Trump – Russia Investigations” – Google News: Pelosi condemns Facebook over ‘false information’ after doctored video – live – The Guardian

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Pelosi condemns Facebook over ‘false information’ after doctored video – live  The Guardian

‘Tis the season for commencement addresses, and Hillary Clinton was at Hunter College this afternoon: TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc). Hillary Clinton slams the …

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Pelosi slams Facebook for refusing to take down doctored videos  NBC News

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Counterintelligence Investigations, and any other investigations, which are very different from the Criminal Investigations but nevertheless do contain the Truth or their own Truths. – M.N.

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Nothing changes from the Mueller Report. There was insufficient evidence and therefore, in our Country, a person is innocent. The case is closed! Thank you.

M.N.: The evidence at this point, and according to this particular Investigative Team of Mr. Mueller, “was not sufficient ” to bring the criminal charges in these particular “sitting President” circumstances, but this evidence regarding possible collaboration with the Russian or any other parties and/or entities, or their involvements without collaboration is quite sufficient for the general, political, historical, psychological, criminological, and most importantly, the Counterintelligence Investigations, and any other investigations, which are very different from the Criminal Investigations but nevertheless do contain the Truth or their own Truths. 

Nothing changes from the Mueller Report. There was insufficient evidence and therefore, in our Country, a person is innocent. The case is closed! Thank you. 

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Nothing changes from the Mueller Report. There was insufficient evidence and therefore, in our Country, a person is innocent. The case is closed! Thank you.

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This article deals with explanatory power in the context of the philosophy of science. For a statistical measure of explanatory power, see coefficient of determination or mean squared prediction error.
Explanatory power is the ability of a hypothesis or theory to effectively explain the subject matter it pertains to. The opposite of explanatory power is explanatory impotence.
In the past, various criteria or measures for explanatory power have been proposed. In particular, one hypothesis, theory, or explanation can be said to have more explanatory power than another about the same subject matter
  • if more facts or observations are accounted for;
  • if it changes more “surprising facts” into “a matter of course” (following Peirce);
  • if more details of causal relations are provided, leading to a high accuracy and precision of the description;
  • if it offers greater predictive power, i.e., if it offers more details about what we should expect to see, and what we should not;
  • if it depends less on authorities and more on observations;
  • if it makes fewer assumptions;
  • if it is more falsifiable, i.e., more testable by observation or experiment (following Popper).
Recently, David Deutsch proposed that theorists should seek explanations that are hard to vary.
By this expression he intends to state that a hard to vary explanation provides specific details which fit together so tightly that it is impossible to change any one detail without affecting the whole theory.

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Mueller fails to cut through partisan noise surrounding Trump-Russia report 

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Republicans stood by president as some Democrats embraced impeachment inquiry in response to special counsel’s comments
For two years, Robert Mueller, the special counsel, led one of the most consequential investigations in the history of American politics – a pursuit that was the subject of endless speculation and cast an indelible cloud over Donald Trump’s presidency.
On Wednesday, Mueller sought to cut through the noise in a rare public statement that plainly laid out the facts, despite the sharply partisan lens through which his work has been viewed in American politics.

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This is the # New Abwehr # Criminal Signature,
In plain broad daylight, for everyman to see,
And just for the very few to understand.

For the New Abwehr, according to my observations, and most likely for the rest of the global spooks community, phonetic “anagrams“, coding, interpretations, and interplays on the written-spoken language are quite simple, common, and efficient way to broadcast the symbolic messages.

With all that, I will broadcast my message, very direct, without the underlying symbolisism, but also very simple:

FBI, investigate the New Abwehr and the New Abwehr Hypothesis of 1944-2020 Operations very thoroughly. 

Journalists, ziz iz unbelievably juicy story for you, but the point is that it is also very likely The TRUTH. Investigate this story from all possible points of view and angles, but do keep the principle of truth in mind. 

And for all the rest of us, which includes too many interested parties to name: we should take this hypothesis very, very seriously; it does have the tremendous Explanatory Power, whatever it means. 

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Nothing changes from the Mueller Report. There was insufficient evidence and therefore, in our Country, a person is innocent. The case is closed! Thank you.

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Nothing changes from the Mueller Report. There was insufficient evidence and therefore, in our Country, a person is innocent. The case is closed! Thank you.


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#MuggerTrump, #MAAGGATrump: #Make #ABWEHRGERMANY #Great #Again! This is the #NewAbwehr #CriminalSignature.

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Mugger Trump, MAAGGA Trump,
Your are not The MAGA Trump:
Make ABWEHR&GERMANY Great Again!

This is the # New Abwehr # Criminal Signature,
In plain broad daylight, for everyone to see,
And just for the very few to understand.

For the New Abwehr, according to my observations, and most likely for the rest of the global spooks community, phonetic “anagrams“, coding, interpretations, and interplays on the written-spoken language are quite simple, common, and efficient way to broadcast the symbolic messages.

With all that, I will broadcast my message, very direct, without the underlying symbolism but also very simple:

FBI, investigate the New Abwehr and the New Abwehr Hypothesis of 1944-2020 Operations very thoroughly. 

Journalists, ziz iz unbelievably juicy story for you, but the point is that it is also very likely The TRUTH. Investigate this story from all possible points of view and angles, but do keep the principle of truth in mind. 

And for all the rest of us, which includes too many interested parties to name: we should take this hypothesis very, very seriously; it does have the tremendous Explanatory Power, whatever it means. 

Michael Novakhov

5.29.19


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Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks℠: #MuggerTrump, #MAAGGATrump: #Make #ABWEHRGERMANY #Great #Again! This is the #NewAbwehr #CriminalSignature.

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Mugger Trump, MAAGGA Trump,
Your are not The MAGA Trump:
Make ABWEHR&GERMANY Great Again!

This is the # New Abwehr # Criminal Signature,
In plain broad daylight, for everyman to see,
And just for the very few to understand.


For the New Abwehr, according to my observations, and most likely for the rest of the global spooks community, phonetic “anagrams“, coding, interpretations, and interplays on the written-spoken language are quite simple, common, and efficient way to broadcast the symbolic messages.


With all that, I will broadcast my message, very direct, without the underlying symbolisism, but also very simple:


FBI, investigate the New Abwehr and the New Abwehr Hypothesis of 1944-2020 Operations very thoroughly. 


Journalists, ziz iz unbelievably juicy story for you, but the point is that it is also very likely The TRUTH. Investigate this story from all possible points of view and angles, but do keep the principle of truth in mind. 


And for all the rest of us, which includes too many interested parties to name: we should take this hypothesis very, very seriously; it does have the tremendous Explanatory Power, whatever it means. 


Michael Novakhov


5.29.19

Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks℠


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Trump-Russia investigation | The Guardian: Mueller fails to cut through partisan noise surrounding Trump-Russia report

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Republicans stood by president as some Democrats embraced impeachment inquiry in response to special counsel’s comments

For two years, Robert Mueller, the special counsel, led one of the most consequential investigations in the history of American politics – a pursuit that was the subject of endless speculation and cast an indelible cloud over Donald Trump’s presidency.

On Wednesday, Mueller sought to cut through the noise in a rare public statement that plainly laid out the facts, despite the sharply partisan lens through which his work has been viewed in American politics.

Related: Democratic candidates urge Trump’s impeachment after Mueller statement

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Trump-Russia investigation | The Guardian


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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Palmer Report: Donald Trump has found a whole new way to come for your money

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Just when you think “President” Donald Trump can’t possibly stoop any lower, he does. This time, he’s planning a “sneak attack” on Social Security. His recent budget proposal includes billions in Social Security cuts, breaking yet another campaign promise of not touching that program. What a shock. Fortunately, with the Democrats in control of the House, this budget will never pass. But Trump already has an answer for that, an answer that won’t require approval of the House: using chained CPI.



According to the Brookings Institute, chained CPI relies on monthly-released data to show consumer buying habits and is also used in determining tax brackets. In 2017 – when Trump’s tax changes were passed – chained CPI prevented income increases from pushing taxpayers into higher tax brackets, allegedly because increases typically reflect inflation. This thinking was erroneous. In fact, the change will increase tax brackets each year, and Americans will pay more taxes over the next ten years than we did under primary CPI. While rich people have numerous loopholes available to them to avoid taxes, especially with Trump getting rid of things like the estate tax, the rest of us will pay more taxes. What does this have to do with Social Security? A lot.




According to Salon, Trump wants to use chained CPI to change the federal definition of poverty. Over time, fewer people will reach the definition of poverty, which will ultimately disqualify them from federal benefits, such as Medicaid and food and housing assistance. Further, chained CPI will slowly remove adjustments to Social Security. The problem with this use of chained CPI is that Trump and the Republicans are slowly, silently beginning to apply it to everything, and it is only a matter of time before it is applied to Social Security – a program that Trump’s budget director Mick Mulvaney hates. Republicans have already begun to peek through that door, with Mitch McConnell frequently referring to Social Security as an “entitlement.” I guess old Mitch and his fat-cat friends have not had Social Security forcibly taken from their pay for their entire adult life like the rest of us. This is not an entitlement; it is a forced savings program, and I for one want my damned money.


Nancy Altman, the author of the Salon piece, points out what those of us with a brain already know: Trump distracts with his tweets, name-calling, and scandals so that he can tap into our Social Security to make up for the deficits he and his fellow Republicans have created. We cannot let this happen; we must remain informed. Read up on chained CPI and begin alerting others to it and what it means. Call your local papers, your congress members, and tell all your friends. We must expose what Trump is doing prior to the 2020 election. Surely, even his nutty supporters don’t want the government dipping into what they’ve worked their whole lives to amass for themselves. Even if they do, we outnumber them, and if we go all in, not only will our Social Security be left alone, we can get rid of Trump.



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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “former FBI agents power influence” – Google News: Mike Gravel Should Be on the 2020 Debate Stage – Jacobin magazine

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Mike Gravel Should Be on the 2020 Debate Stage  Jacobin magazine

Mike Gravel’s hellraising efforts against US imperialism have had real, lasting effects. The public should get to hear his views in the 2020 Democratic primary …

“former FBI agents power influence” – Google News

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “Anthony Weiner” – Google News: Creepy Joe Falls Off the Feel Wagon – Washington Free Beacon

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Creepy Joe Falls Off the Feel Wagon  Washington Free Beacon

Unfortunately, it would appear that Uncle Joe just can’t quit his creepy ways.

“Anthony Weiner” – Google News

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “Russian Intelligence services and organized crime” – Google News: Former acting FBI chief Andrew McCabe: Trump’s ties to Russian mobsters are ‘absolutely unprecedented’ – AlterNet

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Former acting FBI chief Andrew McCabe: Trump’s ties to Russian mobsters are ‘absolutely unprecedented’  AlterNet

Before he became infamous for working on the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails and the Trump Russia investigation, former acting FBI chief Andrew …

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