That's Trump's problem. Between the ears - it's all guano. Well, to be accurate, cobwebs and guano.
Trump recently took a swipe at Trans Canada. The Mango Mussolini was deeply offended that Trans Canada never thanked him for clearing the way for the Keystone XL pipeline. He said they would someday pay for that slight.
Only, this is what really happened - when addled Donnie authorized Keystone XL.
BTW, more postit's, more strings,
"In late February 2018 The Washington Post reported that one of Vladimir Putin’s main oligarch allies, Yevgeniy Prigozhin, was an intermediary between the Syrian government, the Russian government and Russian mercenaries under Prigozhin’s control.
This is the same Yevgeniy Prigozhin who was indicted in February along with 12 other Russians and three Russian entities by special counsel Robert Mueller as part of his growing investigation into the nexus of all things related to Donald Trump and Russia. The Post report also stated that a senior Russian government minister approved the Russian mercenary attack on U.S. troops and their allies in Syria in February, and that Prigozhin communicated this to the Russian mercenaries before the in the attack."
I'm sure Mueller has some wizard software to analyze all this, Jay.
Too early to put Mueller on a pedestal, Mound.
We have corruption fighting corruption; there are no saviors, none!
It could well finish as it did with Conrad Black.
They may go to prison but the bastards keep coming back.
Something to be said for the old firing squad!!
Yup, but Meuller's running a tight ship with few leaks, so we all us "political junkies" are playing "watching the detectives",
BTW, the BC Greens hired AggregateIQ and gave them their membership database. The Green's say they cancelled the "relationship" and Aggregate deleted the data,
But, given their parent company's history, the Green's really need to make sure via a 3rd Party audit of Aggregate's servers, makes sure they did delete the data.
Good things happen
Hey, TB. Yes I read that article. These small events, more broadly replicated, are where hope lies. I'm usually pretty hard-nosed, the students at my last firm called me Leo which I eventually learned meant Large Evil One, and yet stories like this and that clip about the physician on the Navajo reserve do move me. There are times we have to be hard-hearted and yet, if you cannot find some balance, you just turn brittle and sour. I have seen just that and more than once.
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