13 Russians


13 Russians is going to be the name of the movie. Bet.

Ay-ay-ay! This is going to be a clusterfuck. Here’s my take. Retweet if you agree.

Feeling a bit like Thomas Wictor here…without the WWI flamethrower coolness factor, of course.

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188 Responses to 13 Russians

  1. swanspirit says:

    You have enough coolness to chill a flamethrower! And I am not the first to ask this, but how is this different than what illegal aliens were doing to influence the election? And I am going to add, up to and including actually voting, when they have no right to do so.

    • Well, I’m not going to law school for the JD (thus can’t practice law) but this does bring up some interesting first amendment questions. However, they are alleging violations of law that include more than speech, including use of financial instruments for fraud, and violations of campaign disclosure laws, as well as lying on Visa applications. If they don’t get them on speech (or it doesn’t hold up on appeal) they will get them on these other criminal elements, assuming they have the evidence to back it up. Such evidence is not disclosed at this point.

  2. This is something I noticed as well. Much of the timeline begins in 2014, and about half the Russians are alleged to have quit in 2014 as well. But this is exactly the tack I would take if I were Donald Trump. There is a small number of allegations that they played both sides. Small enough for the left to downplay, and just enough for Team Hillary to think they’ve thrown the scent off the dogs.

  3. Note that Rosenstein says there is “no allegation IN THIS INDICTMENT of any collusion with any American” and “no allegation IN THIS INDICTMENT” of any effect on the US election. He also says Mueller’s probe is “ongoing.”

  4. gram krakka says:

    So when is Israel going to indict Obama operatives for interferring in their election?

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

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      • Lulu says:

        Busting a Russian Troll Farm! Mueller has written a Monty Python skit. It is so preposterous I am in awe of the gall of the most brilliant Harvard legal eagles ever assembled in the history of the world with Mr “Au-Thor-I-Tay” Mueller in charge. Stupid shitheads. Putin is busting a gut laughing.

        • Constance says:

          I agree Putin is laughing his ass off. The FBI needs to lay off half of their people as the agency is wasting tax payer money. Then they need to stop spending time texting their lovers during work time and arranging a coup d etat against Trump and actually look in to reports they get about troubled adolescent punks who make threats and own guns.

    • gram krakka says:

      Yea right. Influenced the dead voters in Chi Town & Motor City.

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    • DeniseVB says:

      Funny how the NBC Olympic fluff pieces on the dining culture hasn’t included the bbq’d puppy recipes. I remember this from the Beijing Olympics, they never showed the dog meat restaurants either.

  8. Speaking of moving goal posts. And also beating up on Bernie Bros:

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  19. Cisco says:

    As the POTUS & FLOTUS visit the survivors of the Florida tragedy, this moron has a solution to prevent mass causality’s.
    Martini time, double if you please, shaken , not stirred.

  20. Somebody says:

    I am back in the 21st century! Mid-morning a road construction crew cut the internet cables and phone lines coming into my town. Oh and they also damaged the main cell tower.

    My puppies were at the vet on the other side of the outage, but the office had no way to update me☹️. I just showed up and luckily they were ready to come home. On my way over I went past the “scene of the accident”. OMG there must have been 20-25 utility trucks of various kinds. I can’t believe the idiots took out all communications. Thankfully the power stayed on.

    So this is the first I’ve heard of indictments of Russians. It’s like I’ve been in a cave all day, LOL

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    • Cisco says:

      Oh my!
      I need a safe space, coloring book, puppy and kumbia played over and over.
      Oh the trama, the humanity🙀

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  23. Myiq2xu™ says:

    The person who gave the best assessment of the president’s reaction to the indictment was Al Sharpton on MSNBC. I never thought I’d say that because I’ve kinda been a skeptic ever since the Tawana Braley incident. But he’s actually pretty good at looking at the president’s actions and interpreting what they mean. Sharpton’s take on this is Trump is guilty AF. If there was really vindication from this indictment, he wouldn’t have sprinted past reporters on his way to Florida tonight. No, he’d be doing a victory lap and have a spontaneous press conference there on the lawn. He didn’t.

    He’d also stop protesting too much. He’d be more concerned about what that indictment was saying about how vulnerable we are to psychological manipulation through social media. But he didn’t

    There’s more. If I can find a Sharpton clip later, I’ll try to post it.

    But the thing that pisses me off the most is the reaction of the media. They’re shocked, SHOCKED! that Russian trolls and sock puppets pushed Trump on us. It’s just too unbelievable.


    The only thing that’s unbelievable here is just how Andrea Mitchell and Maggie Haberman and Matt Taibbi and Matt Lauer etc, etc with all their Ivy League educations and their street savvy managed to get sucked into highlighting Hillary’s stupid little email server problem for 600 days straight, told us how unlikeable she was ad nauseum, and acted like she was the biggest loser with toilet paper stuck to the bottom of her shoe while not knowing where they were getting all that negativity.

    I didn’t vote for Clinton so she could give me an orgasm. I voted for her because she was an experienced, knowledgeable politician with good ideas and she had more character in her pinky than Donald Trump had in his big, soft gut throughout his entire life.

    Anyway, there’s more to come. This is just the beginning of the story. It’s like Mueller is prepping his audience. “You were duped. This is how they did it and why. In the following indictments, we’ll peel back more of the onion and show you who stood to benefit.”

    • lyn says:

      I didn’t vote for Trump so he could give me an orgasm. I voted for Trump, because he was better than Hillary and he won.

    • While she is vile, I think she’s right about this:

      Anyway, there’s more to come. This is just the beginning of the story. It’s like Mueller is prepping his audience.”

      This is one thing I didn’t mention in my tweets, but it has been on my mind since reading the 37 page indictment. I feel like these indictments also set a trap of sorts. I think Team Hillary + Mueller hopes this makes certain parties relax, maybe even become willing to talk to them. They’re hoping for a slip up of some sort.

      If they don’t get one, they may manufacture it. I think they did manufacture some of this indictment. Example: I don’t believe for a second someone working on this Russian team sent an email or text to a family member confessing the whole cover up as it happened, but they allege that happened on page 24.

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  25. Cisco says:

    Announced his candidacy yesterday, Mitt puts the arm on me today.
    Via e-mail. I NEVER sent his campaign a penny.

    Fellow American,

    I wanted you to be among the first to know: I am running for United States Senate to serve the people of Utah and bring Utah’s values to Washington. I hope you will join me in this journey.

    As you are aware, Utahns are known for hard work, innovation, and our can-do pioneering spirit. But more than that, we are known as a people who serve, who care, and who rise to any occasion. As an experienced public servant and businessman, I am uniquely qualified to represent Utahns.

    Utah has a lot to teach the politicians in Washington. Utah has balanced its budgets; Washington is buried in debt. Utah exports more abroad than it imports; Washington has that backwards. Utah welcomes legal immigrants from around the world; Washington sends immigrants a message of exclusion. And, on Utah’s Capitol Hill, people treat one another with respect.

    I am ready to fight for this great state and advocate for solutions that improve the lives of Utahns.

    Will you join me in this mission?

    I ask for your support, and your vote. I look forward to meeting with you over the coming year.

    Mitt Romney

    Yes, here’s my contribution 🖕🖕🖕🖕

    Paid for by Romney for Utah
    P.O. BOX 455 Leesburg, VA 20178

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    Are You A Cowboy?

    An old cowboy sat down at the bar and ordered a drink. As he sat sipping his drink, a young woman sat down next to him. She turned to the cowboy and asked, “Are you a real cowboy?”

    He replied, “Well, I’ve spent my whole life, breaking colts, working cows, going to rodeos, fixing fences, pulling calves, bailing hay, doctoring calves, cleaning my barn, fixing flats, working on tractors, and feeding my dogs, so I guess I am a cowboy.”

    She said, “I’m a lesbian. I spend my whole day thinking about women. As soon as I get up in the morning, I think about women. When I shower, I think about women. When I watch TV, I think about women. I even think about women when I eat. It seems that everything makes me think of women.”

    The two sat sipping in silence.

    A little while later, a man sat down on the other side of the old cowboy and asked, “Are you a real cowboy?”

    He replied, “I always thought I was, but I just found out I’m a lesbian.”

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    I just told Howie Long’s kid to fuck off.

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  32. SHV says:

    “The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration found in a new report that the IRS gave bonuses of almost $1.8 million in 2016 and 2017 to nearly 2,000 employees who had been cited for misconduct, including drug use, sexual harassment, and unauthorized access of taxpayer information.”

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  35. John Denney says:

    A Facebook friend posted:

    When does the “well-regulated” part happen?

    I responded that she should note that it is the militia that is to be well-regulated, not the arms, nor who may keep and bear arms.

    • Cisco says:

      My 2 cents.
      A militia /mɪˈlɪʃə/[1] is generally an army or some other fighting organization of non-professional soldiers, citizens of a nation, or subjects of a state, who can be called upon for military service during a time of need, as opposed to a professional force of regular, full-time military personnel, or historically, members of a warrior nobility class (e.g., knights or samurai). Generally unable to hold ground against regular forces, it is common for militias to be used for aiding regular troops by skirmishing, holding fortifications, or irregular warfare, instead of being used in offensive campaigns by themselves. Militia are often limited by local civilian laws to serve only in their home region, and to be serve only for a limited time; this further reduces their use in long military campaigns.
      Tks Wikipedia.

      • elliesmom says:

        The “Minutemen” of Concord, Lexington, Acton, Boxborough, Littleton, Sudbury. and Arlington still exist. While their current charter says their purpose is the preservation of history and their duties are largely ceremonial, they’re still armed. And they can shoot. 😉

  36. Cisco says:

    Wanna’ hot dog?
    Good old style Chicago, Cook County corruption.
    But, but, porn star…🐿🐿🐿🐿!

  37. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Eat a bag of dicks.

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  39. swanspirit says:

    And now for something completely different.

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    • Lulu says:

      It is more of God giving the US a second and better chance.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Had team McCain squished Obama like a bug in 2008, Sarah Palin may have become our first woman president. The feminists didn’t think that one through when they told her to go home and take care of her kids. LOL !

  41. Lulu says:

    Until I can read examples of the “trolling” the sneaky Russians did that was “criminal” I am going to assume that a St Petersburg (Russia!, Russia!, Russia!) server farm employees ran a Daily Kos type operation spewing garbage, misinformation, agait-prop, bubble-think, and hysteria for stupids just like was done in 2008 for Obama Crime Syndicate Inc. Since Vile-Progs ALWAYS accuse others of doing what they are doing, and after 2008 and 2012 being the apogee of this type of stunt, the Russians apparently thought they would get a little pay-back for this type of shit that was aimed at THEM in the recent past probably by the CIA and US State Dept. What goes around comes around. The huffiness and postering by Mueller is amusing. And it didn’t work because we in the US already saw through it especially with crappy political advisers and the media using it in 2008-2016 for Democrats. Butt-hurt over political mass misformation campaigns not working any longer is not criminal.

    • Lulu says:

      One of Mueller’s, the ultimate company man, jobs is to keep what little esprit de corps is left in the FBI and DOJ and Look! Squirrel! away from their political (correctness) bent that he helped install while head of the FBI. That this “thing” called an indictment came out while the basic competency of the FBI is under serious and furious question by normal citizens (I still think political correctness drop-kicked the ball since the ADULT Cruz has a Hispanic surnname) followed closely by the shit-head plotters in DC trying to overthrow a legal election. Mueller, the perfect and honorable above all honorables, didn’t even show his old face to announce the “indictments” of Russian trolls. He made his flunky Rosenstein, whom he mentored and thus got to appoint him after his other flunky in past years, Comey, lied and manuevered a special counsel gig just for him. This preposterous stuff has to end. It is a shit show of a clown circus. Real and terrible damage is being done so they can cover their incompetent and stupid asses.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I get the feeling that the Russkies were just experimenting. There doesn’t seem to have been any major money or resources invested. Hillary spent a billion on ads and the Russians spent $100,000.

      If they can hack an election for that price we should hire them.

      • Lulu says:

        Agreed. They were copying what Axelrod et al did in 2008. Exact same stuff with a few variations to see what would float. Very low level, cheap, and goofing around level activity. To even dignify it with a formal indictment shows how desperate the Mueller Dream Team from Harvard are. This is every day activity for Putin. There was no election “hacking” of voting machines as that was from Bronco’s HHS. It is classic agit-prop goofing from Russian goobers. And the timing! Right when calls to END the ass-holery of the FBI of their complete derelection of duty of in tracking down domestic terrorism of teenagers at their school!

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  43. Dora says:

    What a way to run a network!


    Ted Cruz Did A 15 Minute Interview With CNN – They Aired None Of It, Then Attacked Him For Not Coming On-Air

  44. Dora says:

    I bet he won’t resign.

    • Lulu says:

      I don’t like him. BUT. Until we have civil service reform he can’t fire anyone. Incompetents, doofuses, criminals, politiized nut-cases get to hang onto their jobs forever. Bronco had what many would consider affirmative action hiring gone crazy plus burrowing in of his political hacks. And we don’t even know what their regulations are regarding stuff like this which was probably changed by Bronco so as not to “profile” or hassle various groups.

      • Somebody says:

        I haven’t followed the shooting stuff very closely. I vaguely heard there were tips called in, specifically one on a YouTube video. When were those tips called in?

        To be fair to Wray he has only been there 6 months. Do we know if the information went to headquarters or did it stay on a local level? There are a lot of questions that need to be answered before we call for somebody’s head.

        I agree that Wray seems to be part of the deep state. I would have preferred a cop in the director position. I doubt Wray cares what Govenor Scott thinks, he doesn’t seem to be the humble type.

      • Constance says:

        You can fire federal workers, I’ve done it. There are an unbelievable amount of regulations and you just follow them. You have waiting periods and you have to write forms specifically outlining what the employee did wrong and what they need to change using standard government language. Because stupid people keep doing the same thing over and over it is just a matter of time until you push them out. The people I got rid of were just interested in increasing their power and undermining the people around them not doing their work. Because they couldn’t help themselves and they kept repeating the behavior all I had to do was relentlessly document.

        • Lulu says:

          I worked for the feds for over twenty years. No one was ever fired. They transferred them around. Occasionally one would quit. I quit in ’95 because I couldn’t take the incompetence anymore and my workload grew (I was competent with a masters degree) to the point it was physically impossible to do it all. I had nightmares for two years. No joking.

          • Somebody says:

            I’ve seen lots of ATC’s fired. Constance is correct, document, document, document. Of course it is a bit easier in a public safety position like that because the rules and job requirements have almost zero flexibility. Fail a drug test, fired. Fail a breathalyzer, fired. Suck at your job or screw up? Remedial training, up or out.

            Through the years there were some that should have been put back through the up or out training and let go, but they weren’t. Why? They had connections? They were either put in make work special projects or some were actually promoted. They sucked as managers too.

            One guy got fired for threatening his supervisor, but it wasn’t a real threat so after appeal he was able to retire. It was an angry “I could just smack you” kind of comment with no movement or intention of harm, but he was walked out of the building that day and never returned.

            Another was a female that never should have been retained, but she was a single mom so she got promoted since she couldn’t cut it on the scopes. 3 years before retirement a new chief that knew her from way back fired her for improper use of a government credit card. Years earlier she had used the card at an airport souvenir shop to buy a trinket for her kid. She didn’t have any cash on her she said. She reimbursed the government immediately upon return, however that is a no-no. A no-no that is rarely enforced if the employee reimbursed. So years later that was used to fire her, which I thought was pretty chicken shit. If she needed to be fired document her deficiencies.

            Bottom line, feds can be fired for a whole host of reasons. They often aren’t because managers are too lazy. The government has far too many managers, especially middle managers. Half of them or more are incompetent.

  45. Dora says:

    A twitter thread on Soros.

  46. Dora says:

    I guess this means she won’t be running in 2020. That is, if we can believe her.

    BTW, as usual in this dark blue state, the republican nominee is a person I have never heard of. Sigh.


    Gillibrand accepts nomination for another term, promises to serve all of it

    • Lulu says:

      I think they are getting a clue that whoever runs in 2020 as a Dem is going to be a sacrificial goat. She isn’t that stupid.

    • Ann says:

      Regular statewide voters had ever heard of her before David Paterson appointed her to replace Hillary – but her district when she was a Congressman was close to Albany (very rural, that may be why she was a gun advocate… no way was she getting elected in rural NYS being anti-gun). And, since her district voted R-D-R-D-R-D-R there was no guarantee she’d hold on to it (her successor didn’t at reelection. The R won and then they then redistricted him).

      Makes me wonder who her promoter was to get the Senator gig – which these days is far more likely to remain D from NYS (thank you, NYC!) than a Representative’s seat.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Didn’t Hillary say the same thing when she ran for Senate re-election in 2006? 😉

    • Hillary denied she was running in 2016 all the way until she declared.

  47. Dora says:

    OMG! This is Oklahoma!


    What were the Oklahoma State Capital building officials thinking?

    They allowed in a group of whiny Muslims and their sponsor, Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated, designated terrorist group CAIR, to take off their shoes and lay down their filthy rugs on which they prayed while someone performed the very loud and offensive ‘Islamic Call to Prayer’ right in the middle of the lobby of the capital building…effectively terrorizing any Americans who happened to pass through at the time. By doing this, in the eyes of Islam, the Oklahoma Capital is now Muslim property.


  48. DeniseVB says:

    Also, banking on the Dems being such sore losers……

  49. Dora says:

    Not good!


    Turkish Forces Hit Kurds With Toxic Gas After Crossing Into Syria: Report

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    • elliesmom says:

      He needs to take a leave of absence, and then be transferred to another school where he can walk in the door as a woman. For the children.

      • taw46 says:

        That is exactly what I thought, start over at another school. If you care about the children. If you care more about yourself and the statement you are making, well yes, guess you would stay at the same school.

      • Somebody says:

        Isn’t it a multi-year process? He’s 52, odds are he’ll finish his transition in time to retire.

        • taw46 says:

          He plans to start dressing as a woman now.

          • elliesmom says:

            That’s usually the first step, and he can do that at a different school. With a good wig and a mastectomy bra, a razor, some make-up lessons, and a wardrobe change, he should be pull off looking as good as it’s going to get.

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    It’s become her name by now. I love it!


    Crooked Hillary Attacks Gun Sellers After Florida Mass Shooting – Twitter Responds

  54. taw46 says:

    The hate on Twitter never stops. Many saying he did not care about wounded and did not visit the hospital.

    • Somebody says:

      They prefer to visit alone and not drag the press in for a photo-op. They prefer to give the patients privacy. It’s called respect, clearly Josh doesn’t understand that.

      • taw46 says:

        I am so happy to see that girl, at first they didn’t think she would make it. She is the one they were talking about at the Sheriff’s office.

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