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Evidence of direct collusion between DNC and Ukraine government to sabotage Trump campaign

“Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton and undermine Trump by publicly questioning his fitness for office. They also disseminated documents implicating a top Trump aide in corruption and suggested they were investigating the matter, only to back away after the election. And they helped Clinton’s allies research damaging information on Trump and his advisers, a Politico investigation found.”

Evidence of efforts to sabotage TrumpEvidence of efforts to sabotage Trump, Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfirehttp://canadafreepress.com/article/evidence-of-efforts-to-sabotage-trump
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Let's not forget direct collusion between the DNC and the mainstream media, plus the AG & FBI director 'protecting' HRC. I personally find that extremely troubling. In fact, I think that did more to help President Trump win then any foreign 'involvment.'

Mainstream Americans are quite aware of the subterfuge being employed against Trump. He has exposed the corruption of DC and that is why the people like him. I agree that Lynch and Clinton should be thoroughly investigated for their illegal actions.

LOL. Love it. "Hannity" reports that "Politico" reports that a DNC staffer making $412,000 between 2004 and 2016 (thats $34k a year - same as a McDonald's manager), claims to have mobilized Ukrainian-American voters.

Good story. The quote in your explanation comes for Hannity, not Chalupa, who by the way, denies the whole thing. http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/14/p...ump/index.html

@VicZinc LOL. Love it. "Hannity" reports that "Politico" reports that a DNC staffer making $412,000 between 2004 and 2016...

Oh, Chalupa denied doing anything wrong! Well then, that's different! Cuz, if the accused party denies it, then we just let it go, amirite?

@Budwick Oh, Chalupa denied doing anything wrong! Well then, that's different! Cuz, if the accused party denies it...

Hate to break it to you Bud but some one making $17/hour typically doesn't have access to high level foreign operatives

@VicZinc Did you read OP link?

Yes.
Did you put on underpants this morning?

@Budwick Yes. Did you put on underpants this morning?

Yes, but not on my head as perhaps you did.

If you do the math (you do do math, right)
"The DNC paid her $412,000 from 2004 to June 2016, according to Federal Election Commission records"
That's $34,000 a year. Hardly the kind of money it would take to engage high level government operatives in the art of espionage. It is the kind of money that would get you a sweet job managing your local Walgreens or perhaps writing a few White-Papers on strategies of engaging 2nd generation Ukrainian-Americans in political activism.

@VicZinc Yes, but not on my head as perhaps you did. If you do the math (you do do math, right) "The DNC paid her $412,000...

She was also was paid by other clients during that time, including Democratic campaigns and the DNC’s arm for engaging expatriate Democrats around the world. [From same article]. Any spy worth their salt has separate expense reimbursement.

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