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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wednesday's Ride - 1970 Lincoln Mark III

Republicans following Trump

GIANT Sink Hole Opens In Front Of Mar-A-Lago, Internet Goes NUTS, “But It’s The Most Beautiful Sinkhole In History”


Testimony from former CIA Director John Brennan

Former CIA Director John Brennan told a House intelligence committee today that he was concerned Russian operatives were trying to recruit Trump campaign members "to act on their behalf" either "wittingly or unwittingly."
Brennan says "I was worried by a number of the contacts that the Russians had with US persons. and so, therefore, by the time I left office on January 20th, I had unresolved questions in my mind as to whether or not the Russians had been successful in getting US persons involved in the campaign, or not, to work on their behalf."
He went on to say:
"If the reports in the press are true that Mr. Trump decided to spontaneously share some intelligence with the Russians, i think he would have basically violated two protocols. And those two protocols are, one, such classified intelligence is not shared with visiting foreign ministers, or local ambassadors. It's shared through intelligence channels because it needs to be handled the right way and it needs to make sure that it is not exposed. he didn't do that. Again, if the press charges are accurate.
Secondly, before sharing any classified intelligence with foreign partners, it needs to go back to the originating agency to make sure that the language in it is not even just providing the substance going to reveal sources and methods and compromise the future collection capability. So it appears as though, at least from press reports, that neither did it go in the proper channels, nor did the originating agency had the opportunity to clear language for it. So that is a problem."

My POV: You cannot sugar coat what the papers are saying about Trump giving the Russians classified information whe Trump himself has said he gave them intel.

Furthermore Trump spontaneously said, in Israel, that he did not metion the intel came from Israel even though the papers never mentioned that he had blabbered about Israel to the Russians.

New Rule: What Would a Dick Do? | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

From the hypocrite party


Planting season has begun


Man Goes The Distance For Tiny Hummingbird His Dog Helped Rescue

06 19 15 Hummingbird Tormenting Rex

06 18 15 Hummingbird Bathes in Rex's Waterbowl

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Tuesday's Ride - FOR SALE 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 IN LEBANON MA 04027

The Organ Grinder and his Monkey

Once upon a time, there were two men. Both had training and practice at dirty dealings and loading their bank accounts. Both thought they were dreadfully clever. One was right.
The Trails of Don and Vlad


The Long, Twisted, and Bizarre History of the Trump-Russia Scandal

Here's the timeline you need to keep track of the controversy.


The Trump-Russia scandal—with all its bizarre and troubling twists and turns—has become a controversy that is defining the Trump presidency. The FBI recently disclosed that since July it has been conducting a counterintelligence investigation into possible coordination between Trump associates and Russia, as part of its probe of Moscow's meddling in the 2016 election. Citing "US officials," CNN reported that the bureau has gathered information suggesting coordination between Trump campaign officials and suspected Russian operatives. Each day seems to bring a new revelation—and a new Trump administration denial or deflection. It's tough to keep track of all the relevant events, pertinent ties, key statements, and unraveling claims. So we've compiled what we know so far into the timeline below, which covers Trump's 30-year history with Russia.  We will continue to update the timeline regularly as events unfold. (Click here to go directly to the most recent entry.) If you have a tip or we've left anything out, please email us at trumprussia@motherjones.com.

Trump is a 70 year old arrogant, ignorant man child who would rather bully than listen and learn.

Trump’s introduction to Colombia: Hilarious, deeply offensive and self-destructive


Colombia was never properly introduced to US President Donald Trump until Thursday. After it was, Trump had made such a fool of himself that he had lost control of one of the United States’ most important strategic allies in the region.
I’m still trying to grasp Trump’s epic blunder, so I will stick to my first impression as a foreigner, for now.
From a Colombian perspective, Trump’s speech was hilarious, incredibly stupid and profoundly offensive — the 30-minute rollercoaster ride of an apparent madman.

The funny part: Trump displays extraordinary idiocy

When twice(!) he referred to Colombian “cocoa,” the bean you make chocolate with, instead of coca, the base ingredient of cocaine, Trump displayed a stunning ignorance of what he was talking about, drug trafficking.
Trump made Colombia, a nation of 49 million, aware that the president of the United States of America has absolutely n.o.  f.u.c.k.i.n.g.  i.d.e.a.  what he is doing.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos took advantage and made it clear he knows exactly what he’s doing. He took the US president for a spin.


The smag bastard, it's business as usual on taxpayers dime

Trump registered eight companies in Saudi Arabia during campaign: report


President-elect Donald Trump registered eight companies during his presidential campaign that appear to be tied to hotel interests in Saudi Arabia, according to a report in The Washington Post.
Trump registered the companies in August 2015, shortly after launching his presidential bid, according to The Post.
The companies were registered under names such as THC Jeddah Hotel and DT Jeddah Technical Services, according to financial disclosure filings.
The names of the companies registered appeared similar in pattern to how Trump named other companies connected to hotel deals registered in foreign cities, according to the Post. Trump names companies after cities in the state in which he is dealing with. Jiddah, also spelled Jeddah, is the second-largest city in Saudi Arabia, located on the Red Sea coast about 60 miles west of Mecca.

Trumpcare


Sniper shoots gun from criminal's hand



Thanks Kerry