Here’s What Happened the last time Candidate Trump asked a Foreign power for their Help

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Sure, we need to vote the bums out — assuming we’ll ever get a fair chance to do so.  As a friendly reminder though, here’s what happened the last time candidate Trump ‘asked a Foreign power for their help’ — turn-around time:  Approx. 5 hours

Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election

Volume I of II — Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III

[pg 49]

Earlier that day [July 27, 2016], candidate Trump made public statements that included the following: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”[183] […]

Within approximately five hours of Trump’s statement, GRU officers targeted for the first time Clinton’s personal office. After candidate Trump’s remarks, Unit 26165 created and sent malicious links targeting 15 email accounts at the domain [REDACTED REDACTED] including an email account belonging to Clinton aide [REDACTED REDACTED] The investigation did not find evidence of earlier GRU attempts to compromise accounts hosted on this domain. It is unclear how the GRU was able to identify these email accounts, which were not public.[184]

Whoopsie, he just went, and did it again …

President Trump: Okay, let’s put yourself in a position: you’re a congressman, somebody comes up and says, “Hey I have information on your opponent.” Do you call the FBI?

Stephanopoulos: If it’s coming from Russia you do.

President Trump: You don’t— I’ll tell you what. I’ve seen a lot of things over my life. I don’t think in my whole life I’ve ever called the FBI. In my whole life. I don’t–you don’t call the FBI. You throw somebody out of your office, you do whatever you do—

Stephanopoulos: Al Gore got a stolen briefing book. He called the FBI.

President Trump: Well, that’s different. A stolen briefing book. This isn’t– this is somebody who said, “We have information on your opponent.” Oh, let me call the FBI. Give me a break, life doesn’t work that way. — Jun 13, 2019

“This isn’t — ”  What?  ‘stolen’ ???  like the GW Bush Briefing Book clearly was?

Aaaah, that’s exactly what unauthorized hacking of someone’s emails are.

They are STOLEN … once again from Volume 1 of the Mueller Report, page 176:

On July 22, 2016, WikiLeaks released over 20,000 emails and other documents that the hacking conspirators had stolen from the DNC. Netyksho Indictment Par48. In addition, on October 7, 2016, WikiLeaks began releasing emails that some conspirators had stolen from Clinton Campaign chairman John Podesta after a successful spearphishing operation. Netyksho Indictment Par49.

Just remember, according to the Mueller Report, all this very illegal hacking of Democrats emails — were apparently at the direct request of candidate Trump.

How much more will they jump to the completion of their electronic ‘dirty work’ this time around — now that their political pawn just told them, that he’s ready for Round II of their “information research”.

Trump just told them what to do again, in his own words, AGAIN …

President Trump:  It’s not an interference, they have information. I think I’d take it. […] The FBI doesn’t have enough agents to take care of it, but you go and talk honestly to congressmen, they all do it, they always have. And that’s the way it is. It’s called oppo research. — Jun 13, 2019

This time I think Russia’s definitely “listening” … the North Korean hacking team probably is too.

Message received, loud and clear.  Team Trump is once again open for business … business of the shadiest kind.   No FBI agents allowed.

Give them a break!   Did Capone invite the FBI to his board meetings?  Huh, Did he?

What kind of Chump does that?

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Published on Jul 27, 2016
PS.  This is exactly what Trump-Russia Collusion looks like.

   This too …


Putin knows an opening when he sees one.  Trust him, not.

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