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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: $$Not Really Americans $ NRA$$ ()
Date: April 15, 2018 07:09AM

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The NRA is being forced to admit links with russian oligarchs!

We all know the nra was laundering money for the russians. The nra pumped 30.3 M into the trump's 2016 campaign.
Did the nra's russian masters order them to spend all that money trump's campaign?

How is all this russian money being laundered by the nra? Via Pute-pute's friend Torshin.

Alexander Torshin, a buddy of Pute-pute & the nra served in the russian parliament from 2001 to 2015. Torshin was involved in the Beslan school siege in 2004 that killed several hundred children.
Nice to see the NRA cuddling with only the best people! Seems the nra and Torshin have the killing of innocent children in common.


Attached is a pic of Torshin and NRA board member and former president David Keene. Smiles Everyone....

Finally, we find out sanctioned russians include Steele Dossier figure and banker linked to NRA- Torshin

What did the russians & the NRA get for all that money? I think we all know the answer to that question....

The Steele Dossier that was initiated & paid for by republicans can be found at Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.hyQepQN5z#.evYRYqdWx

Incredible how much of the Steele Dossier is TRUE!


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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] ()
Date: April 15, 2018 07:19AM

I urge all of you to support the fight against this cancer, this evil in our society. And for the politicians and proprietors who continue to shill for the death merchants who profit from this madness and never even look at the blood on their hands, you will get no quarter from me ever again.

Links to stop the gun insanity

Everytown
https://everytown.org/

The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
https://www.csgv.org/

The Brady Campaign
http://www.bradycampaign.org/

Guns Down
http://www.gunsdown.org

Sandy Hook Promise
https://www.sandyhookpromis...

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: $Not Really Americans $ NRA$$ ()
Date: April 15, 2018 11:53AM

Sad inanimate objects have more rights than American children.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: I Agree 100% ()
Date: April 15, 2018 01:29PM

>I urge all of you to support the fight against this cancer, this evil in our society.

The OP and his leftist hero's are the cancer and the evil

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: clearing things up for you ()
Date: April 15, 2018 03:54PM

$Not Really Americans $ NRA$$ Wrote:
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> Sad inanimate objects have more rights than
> American children.
>
> .


First, inanimate objects don't have or express emotions, so they cannot be sad.

Second, they do not and are incapable of possessing any rights.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] ()
Date: April 15, 2018 05:33PM

clearing things up for you Wrote:
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> $Not Really Americans $ NRA$$ Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Sad inanimate objects have more rights than
> > American children.
> >
> > .
>
>
> First, inanimate objects don't have or express
> emotions, so they cannot be sad.
>
> Second, they do not and are incapable of
> possessing any rights.

I'm certain no one at the NRA would have an issue with guns be regulated...

Given all the money laundering for the russians

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Small Load ()
Date: April 15, 2018 05:49PM

The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] ()
Date: April 15, 2018 06:02PM

Small Load Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden,
> D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it
> received from those people was just over
> $2,500
and most of that was "routine payments"
> for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.
>
> About $525 of that figure was from "two
> individuals who made contributions to the NRA."
>
> Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia
> connections following press reports that suggest
> the FBI is investigating whether Russians might
> have tried to use the NRA or other political
> organizations as part of their attack on the 2016
> election.
>
> One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank
> official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a
> years-long relationship with the organization —
> but he was placed under sanction by the United
> States with other Russians last week.
>
> The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a
> Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the
> NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid
> membership dues, but has not made any
> contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer
> wrote to Wyden.

Do you work for the NRA?

How many NRA entities take money from foreign entities?

Why not regulate guns like cars... seems fair.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Do you? ()
Date: April 15, 2018 06:04PM

Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
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> Small Load Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden,
> > D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it
> > received from those people was just over
> > $2,500
and most of that was "routine
> payments"
> > for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.
> >
> > About $525 of that figure was from "two
> > individuals who made contributions to the NRA."
> >
> > Wyden has been querying the NRA about its
> Russia
> > connections following press reports that
> suggest
> > the FBI is investigating whether Russians might
> > have tried to use the NRA or other political
> > organizations as part of their attack on the
> 2016
> > election.
> >
> > One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state
> bank
> > official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a
> > years-long relationship with the organization
> —
> > but he was placed under sanction by the United
> > States with other Russians last week.
> >
> > The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a
> > Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of
> the
> > NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid
> > membership dues, but has not made any
> > contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer
> > wrote to Wyden.
>
> Do you work for the NRA?
>
> How many NRA entities take money from foreign
> entities?
>
> Why not regulate guns like cars... seems fair.



It was from your own link stupid. lol



Not Really Americans/$/NRA Wrote:
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> Not Really Americans<$>NRA Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > NRA got more money from Russia-linked sources
> > than
> > > earlier reported!
> > >
> > > This just in!!
> >
> > Can anyone at the NRA comment of the FBI
> > investigation?
>
> NRA, In New Document, Acknowledges More Than 20
> Russian-Linked Contributors
>
> https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/601534305/nra-in-ne
> w-document-acknowledges-more-than-20-russian-linke
> d-contributors
>
> Wow! No wonder the NRA is beholden to the
> russians!

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Really Americans $ NRA ()
Date: April 15, 2018 06:16PM

Do you? Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Small Load Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden,
> > > D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum
> it
> > > received from those people was just over
> > > $2,500
and most of that was "routine
> > payments"
> > > for membership dues or magazine
> subscriptions.
> > >
> > > About $525 of that figure was from "two
> > > individuals who made contributions to the
> NRA."
> > >
> > > Wyden has been querying the NRA about its
> > Russia
> > > connections following press reports that
> > suggest
> > > the FBI is investigating whether Russians
> might
> > > have tried to use the NRA or other political
> > > organizations as part of their attack on the
> > 2016
> > > election.
> > >
> > > One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state
> > bank
> > > official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a
> > > years-long relationship with the organization
> > —
> > > but he was placed under sanction by the
> United
> > > States with other Russians last week.
> > >
> > > The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a
> > > Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member
> of
> > the
> > > NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid
> > > membership dues, but has not made any
> > > contributions," NRA general counsel John
> Frazer
> > > wrote to Wyden.
> >
> > Do you work for the NRA?
> >
> > How many NRA entities take money from foreign
> > entities?
> >
> > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems fair.
>
>
>
> It was from your own link stupid. lol
>
>
>
> Not Really Americans/$/NRA Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Not Really Americans<$>NRA Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > NRA got more money from Russia-linked
> sources
> > > than
> > > > earlier reported!
> > > >
> > > > This just in!!
> > >
> > > Can anyone at the NRA comment of the FBI
> > > investigation?
> >
> > NRA, In New Document, Acknowledges More Than 20
> > Russian-Linked Contributors
> >
> >
> https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/601534305/nra-in-ne
>
> >
> w-document-acknowledges-more-than-20-russian-linke
>
> > d-contributors
> >
> > Wow! No wonder the NRA is beholden to the
> > russians!

You seem angry?

Do you work for the NRA? Are you responsible for laundering russian money to undermine our democracy...
How many NRA entities take money from foreign entities?

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: $2,500 in quarters ()
Date: April 15, 2018 06:19PM

Not Really Americans $ NRA Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Do you? Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Small Load Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden,
> > > > D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum
> > it
> > > > received from those people was just over
> > > > $2,500
and most of that was "routine
> > > payments"
> > > > for membership dues or magazine
> > subscriptions.
> > > >
> > > > About $525 of that figure was from "two
> > > > individuals who made contributions to the
> > NRA."
> > > >
> > > > Wyden has been querying the NRA about its
> > > Russia
> > > > connections following press reports that
> > > suggest
> > > > the FBI is investigating whether Russians
> > might
> > > > have tried to use the NRA or other
> political
> > > > organizations as part of their attack on
> the
> > > 2016
> > > > election.
> > > >
> > > > One high-profile Russian NRA supporter,
> state
> > > bank
> > > > official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated
> a
> > > > years-long relationship with the
> organization
> > > —
> > > > but he was placed under sanction by the
> > United
> > > > States with other Russians last week.
> > > >
> > > > The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a
> > > > Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member
> > of
> > > the
> > > > NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid
> > > > membership dues, but has not made any
> > > > contributions," NRA general counsel John
> > Frazer
> > > > wrote to Wyden.
> > >
> > > Do you work for the NRA?
> > >
> > > How many NRA entities take money from foreign
> > > entities?
> > >
> > > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems
> fair.
> >
> >
> >
> > It was from your own link stupid. lol
> >
> >
> >
> > Not Really Americans/$/NRA Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Not Really Americans<$>NRA Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > NRA got more money from Russia-linked
> > sources
> > > > than
> > > > > earlier reported!
> > > > >
> > > > > This just in!!
> > > >
> > > > Can anyone at the NRA comment of the FBI
> > > > investigation?
> > >
> > > NRA, In New Document, Acknowledges More Than
> 20
> > > Russian-Linked Contributors
> > >
> > >
> >
> https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/601534305/nra-in-ne
>
> >
> > >
> >
> w-document-acknowledges-more-than-20-russian-linke
>
> >
> > > d-contributors
> > >
> > > Wow! No wonder the NRA is beholden to the
> > > russians!
>
> You seem angry?
>
> Do you work for the NRA? Are you responsible for
> laundering russian money to undermine our
> democracy...
> How many NRA entities take money from foreign
> entities?
>
> .


You seem stupid? lol

Your link again:

https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/601534305/nra-in-new-document-acknowledges-more-than-20-russian-linked-contributors

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Really Americans$$$NRA ()
Date: April 15, 2018 06:26PM

$2,500 in quarters Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Not Really Americans $ NRA Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Do you? Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Small Load Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron
> Wyden,
> > > > > D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the
> sum
> > > it
> > > > > received from those people was just
> over
> > > > > $2,500
and most of that was "routine
> > > > payments"
> > > > > for membership dues or magazine
> > > subscriptions.
> > > > >
> > > > > About $525 of that figure was from "two
> > > > > individuals who made contributions to the
> > > NRA."
> > > > >
> > > > > Wyden has been querying the NRA about its
> > > > Russia
> > > > > connections following press reports that
> > > > suggest
> > > > > the FBI is investigating whether Russians
> > > might
> > > > > have tried to use the NRA or other
> > political
> > > > > organizations as part of their attack on
> > the
> > > > 2016
> > > > > election.
> > > > >
> > > > > One high-profile Russian NRA supporter,
> > state
> > > > bank
> > > > > official Alexander Torshin, has
> cultivated
> > a
> > > > > years-long relationship with the
> > organization
> > > > —
> > > > > but he was placed under sanction by the
> > > United
> > > > > States with other Russians last week.
> > > > >
> > > > > The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a
> > > > > Kremlin-linked politician, is a life
> member
> > > of
> > > > the
> > > > > NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has
> paid
> > > > > membership dues, but has not made any
> > > > > contributions," NRA general counsel John
> > > Frazer
> > > > > wrote to Wyden.
> > > >
> > > > Do you work for the NRA?
> > > >
> > > > How many NRA entities take money from
> foreign
> > > > entities?
> > > >
> > > > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems
> > fair.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > It was from your own link stupid. lol
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Not Really Americans/$/NRA Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Not Really Americans<$>NRA Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
> > > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > >
> > > > > -----
> > > > > > NRA got more money from Russia-linked
> > > sources
> > > > > than
> > > > > > earlier reported!
> > > > > >
> > > > > > This just in!!
> > > > >
> > > > > Can anyone at the NRA comment of the FBI
> > > > > investigation?
> > > >
> > > > NRA, In New Document, Acknowledges More
> Than
> > 20
> > > > Russian-Linked Contributors
> > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/601534305/nra-in-ne
>
> >
> > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> w-document-acknowledges-more-than-20-russian-linke
>
> >
> > >
> > > > d-contributors
> > > >
> > > > Wow! No wonder the NRA is beholden to the
> > > > russians!
> >
> > You seem angry?
> >
> > Do you work for the NRA? Are you responsible
> for
> > laundering russian money to undermine our
> > democracy...
> > How many NRA entities take money from foreign
> > entities?
> >
> > .
>
>
> You seem stupid? lol
>
> Your link again:
>
> https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/601534305/nra-in-ne
> w-document-acknowledges-more-than-20-russian-linke
> d-contributors

Why are you avoiding my questions?
What are you afraid of?

Do you work for the NRA?

How many NRA entities take money from foreign entities?

Just answer the questions?

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Was it laundered in quarters? ()
Date: April 15, 2018 06:30PM

Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> $2,500 in quarters Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Not Really Americans $ NRA Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Do you? Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > Small Load Wrote:
> > > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > >
> > > > > -----
> > > > > > The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron
> > Wyden,
> > > > > > D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the
> > sum
> > > > it
> > > > > > received from those people was just
> > over
> > > > > > $2,500
and most of that was
> "routine
> > > > > payments"
> > > > > > for membership dues or magazine
> > > > subscriptions.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > About $525 of that figure was from "two
> > > > > > individuals who made contributions to
> the
> > > > NRA."
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Wyden has been querying the NRA about
> its
> > > > > Russia
> > > > > > connections following press reports
> that
> > > > > suggest
> > > > > > the FBI is investigating whether
> Russians
> > > > might
> > > > > > have tried to use the NRA or other
> > > political
> > > > > > organizations as part of their attack
> on
> > > the
> > > > > 2016
> > > > > > election.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > One high-profile Russian NRA supporter,
> > > state
> > > > > bank
> > > > > > official Alexander Torshin, has
> > cultivated
> > > a
> > > > > > years-long relationship with the
> > > organization
> > > > > —
> > > > > > but he was placed under sanction by the
> > > > United
> > > > > > States with other Russians last week.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a
> > > > > > Kremlin-linked politician, is a life
> > member
> > > > of
> > > > > the
> > > > > > NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has
> > paid
> > > > > > membership dues, but has not made any
> > > > > > contributions," NRA general counsel
> John
> > > > Frazer
> > > > > > wrote to Wyden.
> > > > >
> > > > > Do you work for the NRA?
> > > > >
> > > > > How many NRA entities take money from
> > foreign
> > > > > entities?
> > > > >
> > > > > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems
> > > fair.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > It was from your own link stupid. lol
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Not Really Americans/$/NRA Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > Not Really Americans<$>NRA Wrote:
> > > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > >
> > > > > -----
> > > > > > Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
> > > > > >
> > > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > >
> > > > >
> > > > > > -----
> > > > > > > NRA got more money from Russia-linked
> > > > sources
> > > > > > than
> > > > > > > earlier reported!
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > This just in!!
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Can anyone at the NRA comment of the
> FBI
> > > > > > investigation?
> > > > >
> > > > > NRA, In New Document, Acknowledges More
> > Than
> > > 20
> > > > > Russian-Linked Contributors
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/601534305/nra-in-ne
>
> >
> > >
> > > >
> > > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> w-document-acknowledges-more-than-20-russian-linke
>
> >
> > >
> > > >
> > > > > d-contributors
> > > > >
> > > > > Wow! No wonder the NRA is beholden to the
> > > > > russians!
> > >
> > > You seem angry?
> > >
> > > Do you work for the NRA? Are you responsible
> > for
> > > laundering russian money to undermine our
> > > democracy...
> > > How many NRA entities take money from foreign
> > > entities?
> > >
> > > .
> >
> >
> > You seem stupid? lol
> >
> > Your link again:
> >
> >
> https://www.npr.org/2018/04/11/601534305/nra-in-ne
>
> >
> w-document-acknowledges-more-than-20-russian-linke
>
> > d-contributors
>
> Why are you avoiding my questions?
> What are you afraid of?
>
> Do you work for the NRA?
>
> How many NRA entities take money from foreign
> entities?
>
> Just answer the questions?


The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden.


LOL!

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Really Americans$$$NRA ()
Date: April 15, 2018 09:06PM

^^^ Nice try with the deflect, deflect & redirect. How about the dark money...

Why are you avoiding my questions?
Do you work for the NRA?
How many NRA entities take money from foreign entities?

Just answer the questions... the NRA is among the largest "dark money" organizations, reporting the greatest amount of campaign spending without revealing the source of the funds — over $35 million in the 2016 election cycle alone.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: FFS ()
Date: April 15, 2018 09:19PM

Trim your posts, assholes. Nobody wants to scroll through 27 levels of quoting. How tricky is that?

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Chump Change ()
Date: April 15, 2018 11:35PM

Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> ^^^ Nice try with the deflect, deflect & redirect.
> How about the dark money...
>
> Why are you avoiding my questions?
> Do you work for the NRA?
> How many NRA entities take money from foreign
> entities?
>
> Just answer the questions... the NRA is among the
> largest "dark money" organizations, reporting the
> greatest amount of campaign spending without
> revealing the source of the funds — over $35
> million in the 2016 election cycle alone.
>
> .

You posted the answer yourself stupid. lol!


"The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden."

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Invisionist ()
Date: April 15, 2018 11:44PM

The Clinton Foundation laundered tens of millions.
Obama family now worth well over 200 million.
It sho do pay to serve as a public servant.
Watters, Pelosi, Reid, Biden, Clintons and many other demorat families became rich.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Morons abound ()
Date: April 16, 2018 12:29AM

Invisionist Wrote:
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> The Clinton Foundation laundered tens of
> millions.
> Obama family now worth well over 200 million.
> It sho do pay to serve as a public servant.
> Watters, Pelosi, Reid, Biden, Clintons and many
> other demorat families became rich.

Citations or go away. Asserting a lie repeatedly does not make it true.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Dee Nial ()
Date: April 16, 2018 01:11AM

Morons abound Wrote:
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> Invisionist Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The Clinton Foundation laundered tens of
> > millions.
> > Obama family now worth well over 200 million.
> > It sho do pay to serve as a public servant.
> > Watters, Pelosi, Reid, Biden, Clintons and many
> > other demorat families became rich.
>
> Citations or go away. Asserting a lie repeatedly
> does not make it true.


^^^

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Really Americans$$$NRA ()
Date: April 16, 2018 05:27AM

Nice try with the deflect, deflect & redirect.
You admit that you work for the NRA and that you are deflecting from the NRA's russian dark money laundering operation.


The NRA is among the largest "dark money" organizations, reporting the greatest amount of campaign spending without revealing the source of the funds — over $35 million in the 2016 election cycle alone.
Does selling your soul come with good pay & benefits?

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: nkwme ()
Date: April 16, 2018 09:33AM

nkwme

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: are you sure? ()
Date: April 16, 2018 11:16AM

Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
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> Why not regulate guns like cars... seems fair.


At a federal level, do you support prohibiting felons, those dishonorably discharged, domestic abusers, those adjudicated mentally defective, fugitives, illegal aliens, drug users, and those who have restraining orders issued against them from purchasing or driving vehicles? Do you also support prohibiting vehicles on school property or within 1000 feet of school property? Do you want to prohibit people from purchasing vehicles across state lines, ie. you can't but a vehicle in MD if you are a resident of VA? Should those under the age of 18 be prohibited from driving sedans and those under 21 be prohibited from driving sports cars?

Keeping in mind that automobiles are registered at a state level, do you support state legislation that would limit how fast a vehicle could go? Do you support state legislation that would limit certain cosmetic features of a vehicle?

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: This is B I G!!! ()
Date: April 16, 2018 12:34PM

Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Nice try with the deflect, deflect & redirect.
> You admit that you work for the NRA and that you
> are deflecting from the NRA's russian dark money
> laundering operation.
>
>
> The NRA is among the largest "dark money"
> organizations, reporting the greatest amount of
> campaign spending without revealing the source of
> the funds — over $35 million in the 2016
> election cycle alone.
> Does selling your soul come with good pay &
> benefits?
>
> .


Your own link again stupid...


"The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden."


The NRA doesn't even hardly register in the scheme of political money compared to the big boys like pharma, real estate, telecom, unions, Planned Parenthood, etc. And your $35 million is a made up, bullshit number to begin with.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Really Americans$$$NRA ()
Date: April 16, 2018 04:21PM

are you sure? Wrote:
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> Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems fair.
>
>
> At a federal level, do you support prohibiting
> felons, those dishonorably discharged, domestic
> abusers, those adjudicated mentally defective,
> fugitives, illegal aliens, drug users, and those
> who have restraining orders issued against them
> from purchasing or driving vehicles? Do you also
> support prohibiting vehicles on school property or
> within 1000 feet of school property? Do you want
> to prohibit people from purchasing vehicles across
> state lines, ie. you can't but a vehicle in MD if
> you are a resident of VA? Should those under the
> age of 18 be prohibited from driving sedans and
> those under 21 be prohibited from driving sports
> cars?
>
> Keeping in mind that automobiles are registered at
> a state level, do you support state legislation
> that would limit how fast a vehicle could go? Do
> you support state legislation that would limit
> certain cosmetic features of a vehicle?

Like this... simple-simple
...
..
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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: are you sure? ()
Date: April 16, 2018 04:35PM

Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> are you sure? Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems
> fair.
> >
> >
> > At a federal level, do you support prohibiting
> > felons, those dishonorably discharged, domestic
> > abusers, those adjudicated mentally defective,
> > fugitives, illegal aliens, drug users, and
> those
> > who have restraining orders issued against them
> > from purchasing or driving vehicles? Do you
> also
> > support prohibiting vehicles on school property
> or
> > within 1000 feet of school property? Do you
> want
> > to prohibit people from purchasing vehicles
> across
> > state lines, ie. you can't but a vehicle in MD
> if
> > you are a resident of VA? Should those under
> the
> > age of 18 be prohibited from driving sedans and
> > those under 21 be prohibited from driving
> sports
> > cars?
> >
> > Keeping in mind that automobiles are registered
> at
> > a state level, do you support state legislation
> > that would limit how fast a vehicle could go?
> Do
> > you support state legislation that would limit
> > certain cosmetic features of a vehicle?
>
> Like this... simple-simple

As I explained, it isn't that simple. Think for yourself. Don't let a meme think for you. Russian bots post meme's without thinking. Don't be a Russian bot.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: aoss ()
Date: April 16, 2018 05:05PM

Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> are you sure? Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems
> fair.
> >
> >
> > At a federal level, do you support prohibiting
> > felons, those dishonorably discharged, domestic
> > abusers, those adjudicated mentally defective,
> > fugitives, illegal aliens, drug users, and
> those
> > who have restraining orders issued against them
> > from purchasing or driving vehicles? Do you
> also
> > support prohibiting vehicles on school property
> or
> > within 1000 feet of school property? Do you
> want
> > to prohibit people from purchasing vehicles
> across
> > state lines, ie. you can't but a vehicle in MD
> if
> > you are a resident of VA? Should those under
> the
> > age of 18 be prohibited from driving sedans and
> > those under 21 be prohibited from driving
> sports
> > cars?
> >
> > Keeping in mind that automobiles are registered
> at
> > a state level, do you support state legislation
> > that would limit how fast a vehicle could go?
> Do
> > you support state legislation that would limit
> > certain cosmetic features of a vehicle?
>
> Like this... simple-simple
> ...
> ..
> .


Nowhere n the Constitution does it say you have the right to own a car.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Really Americans$$$NRA ()
Date: April 16, 2018 05:09PM

aoss Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > are you sure? Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems
> > fair.
> > >
> > >
> > > At a federal level, do you support
> prohibiting
> > > felons, those dishonorably discharged,
> domestic
> > > abusers, those adjudicated mentally
> defective,
> > > fugitives, illegal aliens, drug users, and
> > those
> > > who have restraining orders issued against
> them
> > > from purchasing or driving vehicles? Do you
> > also
> > > support prohibiting vehicles on school
> property
> > or
> > > within 1000 feet of school property? Do you
> > want
> > > to prohibit people from purchasing vehicles
> > across
> > > state lines, ie. you can't but a vehicle in
> MD
> > if
> > > you are a resident of VA? Should those under
> > the
> > > age of 18 be prohibited from driving sedans
> and
> > > those under 21 be prohibited from driving
> > sports
> > > cars?
> > >
> > > Keeping in mind that automobiles are
> registered
> > at
> > > a state level, do you support state
> legislation
> > > that would limit how fast a vehicle could go?
>
> > Do
> > > you support state legislation that would
> limit
> > > certain cosmetic features of a vehicle?
> >
> > Like this... simple-simple
> > ...
> > ..
> > .
>
>
> Nowhere n the Constitution does it say you have
> the right to own a car.

so what, does not say anything about guns being regulated... sort of like a militia

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Really Americans$$NRA ()
Date: April 16, 2018 05:18PM

NRA says it got $2,500 from Russians in 2016 election cycle. Then it cuts off dialogue with a senator... wonder why

Must be the nra's laundering of russian dark money....

The nra, attempting to rebuff a senior Democratic senator’s questions about whether it received illicit funding from a Kremlin figure to help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, said this week that it received a total of $2,513 in donations and membership dues from 23 people with Russian ties since 2015 and ensured none of the money went for political purposes.

However, the group’s top lawyer wrote Sen. Ron Wyden that it is “currently reviewing (its) responsibilities” with respect to a top Russian banking official, Alexander Torshin, a lifetime NRA member who sources have described as a focus of an FBI investigation into possible channeling of Russian money to the NRA. Torshin was among a group of Russian oligarchs and government officials hit with U.S. sanctions last week.

NRA General Counsel John Frazer, in the latest of three responses in recent weeks to Wyden’s demands for information from the group, also advised Wyden that he wouldn’t respond to further questions from the Oregon Democrat, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Why is the NRA not cooperating?
What are they hiding?
Any sane person, cannot believe a word from the NRA

Sanctioned Russians include Steele dossier figure and banker linked to NRA- Torshin

As we all know, republicans initiated & paid for the Steele Dossier, it can be found at Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.pjje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Context for Dummies ()
Date: April 16, 2018 05:30PM

Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> aoss Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Not Really Americans$$$NRA Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > are you sure? Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Not Relevant Anymore [NRA] Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > Why not regulate guns like cars... seems
> > > fair.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > At a federal level, do you support
> > prohibiting
> > > > felons, those dishonorably discharged,
> > domestic
> > > > abusers, those adjudicated mentally
> > defective,
> > > > fugitives, illegal aliens, drug users, and
> > > those
> > > > who have restraining orders issued against
> > them
> > > > from purchasing or driving vehicles? Do you
> > > also
> > > > support prohibiting vehicles on school
> > property
> > > or
> > > > within 1000 feet of school property? Do
> you
> > > want
> > > > to prohibit people from purchasing vehicles
> > > across
> > > > state lines, ie. you can't but a vehicle in
> > MD
> > > if
> > > > you are a resident of VA? Should those
> under
> > > the
> > > > age of 18 be prohibited from driving sedans
> > and
> > > > those under 21 be prohibited from driving
> > > sports
> > > > cars?
> > > >
> > > > Keeping in mind that automobiles are
> > registered
> > > at
> > > > a state level, do you support state
> > legislation
> > > > that would limit how fast a vehicle could
> go?
> >
> > > Do
> > > > you support state legislation that would
> > limit
> > > > certain cosmetic features of a vehicle?
> > >
> > > Like this... simple-simple
> > > ...
> > > ..
> > > .
> >
> >
> > Nowhere n the Constitution does it say you have
> > the right to own a car.
>
> so what, does not say anything about guns being
> regulated... sort of like a militia


That's "well regulated." As in properly functioning. Not regulated by a Federal government agency and dumbshit.

The phrase "well-regulated" was in common use long before 1789, and remained so for a century thereafter. It referred to the property of something being in proper working order. Something that was well-regulated was calibrated correctly, functioning as expected. Establishing government oversight of the people's arms was not only not the intent in using the phrase in the 2nd amendment, it was precisely to render the government powerless to do so that the founders wrote it.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Read and learn ()
Date: April 16, 2018 05:32PM

Not Really Americans$$NRA Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> NRA says it got $2,500 from Russians in 2016
> election cycle. Then it cuts off dialogue with a
> senator... wonder why
>
> Must be the nra's laundering of russian dark
> money....
>
> The nra, attempting to rebuff a senior Democratic
> senator’s questions about whether it received
> illicit funding from a Kremlin figure to help
> Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, said this
> week that it received a total of $2,513 in
> donations and membership dues from 23 people with
> Russian ties since 2015 and ensured none of the
> money went for political purposes.
>
> However, the group’s top lawyer wrote Sen. Ron
> Wyden that it is “currently reviewing (its)
> responsibilities” with respect to a top Russian
> banking official, Alexander Torshin, a lifetime
> NRA member who sources have described as a focus
> of an FBI investigation into possible channeling
> of Russian money to the NRA. Torshin was among a
> group of Russian oligarchs and government
> officials hit with U.S. sanctions last week.
>
> NRA General Counsel John Frazer, in the latest of
> three responses in recent weeks to Wyden’s
> demands for information from the group, also
> advised Wyden that he wouldn’t respond to
> further questions from the Oregon Democrat, a
> member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
>
> Why is the NRA not cooperating?
> What are they hiding?
> Any sane person, cannot believe a word from the
> NRA
>
> Sanctioned Russians include Steele dossier figure
> and banker linked to NRA- Torshin
>
> As we all know, republicans initiated & paid for
> the Steele Dossier, it can be found at Buzzfeed:
> https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-report
> s-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.p
> jje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq


Your own link again stupid...


"The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden."


The NRA doesn't even hardly register in the scheme of political money compared to the big boys like pharma, real estate, telecom, unions, Planned Parenthood, etc. And your $35 million is a made up, bullshit number to begin with.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not really Americans$NRA ()
Date: April 16, 2018 08:05PM

NRA says it got $2,500 from Russians in 2016 election cycle. Then it cuts off dialogue with a senator... wonder why?

Must be the nra's laundering of russian dark money....
The nra's story keeps changing on the russians... no russians then we have russians all over the place.
No money from the russians, Yeah, a little money from the russians... hmm.

The nra, attempting to rebuff a senior Democratic senator’s questions about whether it received illicit funding from a Kremlin figure to help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, said this week that it received a total of $2,513 in donations and membership dues from 23 people with Russian ties since 2015 and ensured none of the money went for political purposes.

However, the group’s top lawyer wrote Sen. Ron Wyden that it is “currently reviewing (its) responsibilities” with respect to a top Russian banking official, Torshin, a lifetime NRA member who sources have described as a focus of an FBI investigation into possible channeling of russian money to the nra. Torshin was among a group of Russian oligarchs and government officials hit with U.S. sanctions last week.

NRA General Counsel John Frazer, in the latest of three responses in recent weeks to Wyden’s demands for information from the group, also advised Wyden that he wouldn’t respond to further questions from the Oregon Democrat, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Why is the nra not cooperating?
What are they hiding?
Any sane person, cannot believe a word from the nra

Sanctioned Russians include Steele dossier figure and banker linked to NRA- Torshin

As we all know, republicans initiated & paid for the Steele Dossier, it can be found at Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.pjje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq
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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Your Own Link LOL ()
Date: April 16, 2018 09:04PM

Because Wyden's a hyper-partisan idiot and they already directly answered his question?

Now where did I see that? Oh yeah, in your own link stupid... LMAO!



"The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden."

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: LOL... ()
Date: April 17, 2018 10:35AM

Haley: Big-time sanctions coming
Trump: No sanctions coming at all

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not really Americans$NRA ()
Date: April 17, 2018 08:51PM

The nra's story keeps changing on the russians... no russians then we have russians all over the place.
No money from the russians, Yeah, a little money from the russians... hmm. Seemslike the nra cannot tell the truth. Like they have something to hide???

NRA says it got $2,500 from Russians in 2016 election cycle. Then it cuts off dialogue with a senator... wonder why?
Must be the nra's laundering of russian dark money....


The nra, attempting to rebuff a senior Democratic senator’s questions about whether it received illicit funding from a Kremlin figure to help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, said this week that it received a total of $2,513 in donations and membership dues from 23 people with Russian ties since 2015 and ensured none of the money went for political purposes.

However, the group’s top lawyer wrote Sen. Ron Wyden that it is “currently reviewing (its) responsibilities” with respect to a top Russian banking official, Torshin, a lifetime NRA member who sources have described as a focus of an FBI investigation into possible channeling of russian money to the nra. Torshin was among a group of Russian oligarchs and government officials hit with U.S. sanctions last week.

NRA General Counsel John Frazer, in the latest of three responses in recent weeks to Wyden’s demands for information from the group, also advised Wyden that he wouldn’t respond to further questions from the Oregon Democrat, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Why is the nra not cooperating?
What are they hiding?
Any sane person, cannot believe a word from the nra

Sanctioned Russians include Steele dossier figure and banker linked to NRA- Torshin

As we all know, republicans initiated & paid for the Steele Dossier, it can be found at Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.pjje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: John Tanner ()
Date: April 17, 2018 09:03PM

Fairfax County is in great decline. Too many progressive liberals and others happy to receive a welfare check living here now.
Anyone ever notice the lefts fixation with homosexual imagery? This thread is a good example. I am beginning ti believe the demicratic party is mostly thise that like gay sex.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Moral Decline and Perversion ()
Date: April 17, 2018 10:05PM

Is The legacy of the left, a nation of such people is a nation with a short life as there's no moral strength to carry such a nation thru the hardest times and fight her enemies to their unconditional surrender

Weakness is the death of a nation and the leftists like the OP are the weakest and most unmoral people on the planet

The immorality of the American left is completely responsible for the hate of America in the Middle East and the World. They don't want the godless atheists or their porn, their drugs, their welfare, or the decline of the family unit that the left brings. No one does, not the North or South Koreans, The Chinese, The Russians, Europe, The Greeks, The Middle East the Spanish and Latinos or Real America

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: God Bless The USA & NRA ()
Date: April 17, 2018 10:10PM

God Damm the NRA's enemies and the Enemies of the American people who hate the Constitution of the US and the Bill of Rights which the founders gave the people

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Oh wait... ()
Date: April 17, 2018 10:11PM

It's your own link again stupid... LMAO!


"The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden."

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Moe Bullshit ()
Date: April 17, 2018 10:15PM

Not really Americans$NRA Wrote:
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>
> As we all know, republicans initiated & paid for
> the Steele Dossier, it can be found at Buzzfeed:
> https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-report
> s-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.p
> jje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq
>
> .


False. The Free Beacon retained Fusion to do research regarding various Republican candidates. That relationship ended prior to Fusion working with Steele and the stupid dossier.




Fusion GPS and the Washington Free Beacon

BY: Matthew Continetti and Michael Goldfarb
October 27, 2017 7:02 pm

Since its launch in February of 2012, the Washington Free Beacon has retained third party firms to conduct research on many individuals and institutions of interest to us and our readers. In that capacity, during the 2016 election cycle we retained Fusion GPS to provide research on multiple candidates in the Republican presidential primary, just as we retained other firms to assist in our research into Hillary Clinton. All of the work that Fusion GPS provided to the Free Beacon was based on public sources, and none of the work product that the Free Beacon received appears in the Steele dossier. The Free Beacon had no knowledge of or connection to the Steele dossier, did not pay for the dossier, and never had contact with, knowledge of, or provided payment for any work performed by Christopher Steele. Nor did we have any knowledge of the relationship between Fusion GPS and the Democratic National Committee, Perkins Coie, and the Clinton campaign.

Representatives of the Free Beacon approached the House Intelligence Committee today and offered to answer what questions we can in their ongoing probe of Fusion GPS and the Steele dossier. But to be clear: We stand by our reporting, and we do not apologize for our methods. We consider it our duty to report verifiable information, not falsehoods or slander, and we believe that commitment has been well demonstrated by the quality of the journalism that we produce. The First Amendment guarantees our right to engage in news-gathering as we see fit, and we intend to continue doing just that as we have since the day we launched this project.

Matthew Continetti
Editor in Chief

Michael Goldfarb
Chairman

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: undfc ()
Date: April 18, 2018 07:28AM

undfc

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not really Americans$NRA ()
Date: April 18, 2018 07:46PM

Like the russians, the nra is the enemy of the people.

Sanctioned Russians include Steele dossier figure and banker linked to NRA- Torshin

As we all know, republicans initiated & paid for the Steele Dossier, it can be found at Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.pjje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq



The nra's story keeps changing on the russians... no russians then we have russians all over the place.
No money from the russians, Yeah, a little money from the russians... hmm. Seemslike the nra cannot tell the truth. Like they have something to hide???

NRA says it got $2,500 from Russians in 2016 election cycle. Then it cuts off dialogue with a senator... wonder why?
Must be the nra's laundering of russian dark money....


The nra, attempting to rebuff a senior Democratic senator’s questions about whether it received illicit funding from a Kremlin figure to help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, said this week that it received a total of $2,513 in donations and membership dues from 23 people with Russian ties since 2015 and ensured none of the money went for political purposes.

However, the group’s top lawyer wrote Sen. Ron Wyden that it is “currently reviewing (its) responsibilities” with respect to a top Russian banking official, Torshin, a lifetime NRA member who sources have described as a focus of an FBI investigation into possible channeling of russian money to the nra. Torshin was among a group of Russian oligarchs and government officials hit with U.S. sanctions last week.

NRA General Counsel John Frazer, in the latest of three responses in recent weeks to Wyden’s demands for information from the group, also advised Wyden that he wouldn’t respond to further questions from the Oregon Democrat, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Why is the nra not cooperating?
What are they hiding?
Any sane person, cannot believe a word from the nra

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Bumperoo ()
Date: April 20, 2018 03:50PM

Former GOP Congressman And NRA Shill Steve Stockman Convicted On 23 Felonies!
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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Falsies ()
Date: April 20, 2018 05:11PM

Not really Americans$NRA Wrote:
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> Like the russians, the nra is the enemy of the
> people.
>
> Sanctioned Russians include Steele dossier figure
> and banker linked to NRA- Torshin
>
> As we all know, republicans initiated & paid for
> the Steele Dossier, it can be found at Buzzfeed:
> https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-report
> s-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.p
> jje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq
>

False. The Free Beacon retained Fusion to do research regarding various Republican candidates. That relationship ended prior to Fusion working with Steele and the stupid dossier.




Fusion GPS and the Washington Free Beacon

BY: Matthew Continetti and Michael Goldfarb
October 27, 2017 7:02 pm

Since its launch in February of 2012, the Washington Free Beacon has retained third party firms to conduct research on many individuals and institutions of interest to us and our readers. In that capacity, during the 2016 election cycle we retained Fusion GPS to provide research on multiple candidates in the Republican presidential primary, just as we retained other firms to assist in our research into Hillary Clinton. All of the work that Fusion GPS provided to the Free Beacon was based on public sources, and none of the work product that the Free Beacon received appears in the Steele dossier. The Free Beacon had no knowledge of or connection to the Steele dossier, did not pay for the dossier, and never had contact with, knowledge of, or provided payment for any work performed by Christopher Steele. Nor did we have any knowledge of the relationship between Fusion GPS and the Democratic National Committee, Perkins Coie, and the Clinton campaign.

Representatives of the Free Beacon approached the House Intelligence Committee today and offered to answer what questions we can in their ongoing probe of Fusion GPS and the Steele dossier. But to be clear: We stand by our reporting, and we do not apologize for our methods. We consider it our duty to report verifiable information, not falsehoods or slander, and we believe that commitment has been well demonstrated by the quality of the journalism that we produce. The First Amendment guarantees our right to engage in news-gathering as we see fit, and we intend to continue doing just that as we have since the day we launched this project.

Matthew Continetti
Editor in Chief

Michael Goldfarb
Chairman

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Hey, look... ()
Date: April 20, 2018 05:12PM

It's your own link again stupid... LMAO!


"The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden."

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not really Americans$NRA ()
Date: April 20, 2018 09:22PM

Like the russians, the nra is the enemy of the people.


NRA says it got $2,500 from Russians in 2016 election cycle. Then it cuts off dialogue with a senator... wonder why? Yeah we admit to undermining the country and jumping in bed with the enemy!


Sanctioned Russians include Steele dossier figure and banker linked to NRA- Torshin

As we all know, republicans initiated & paid for the Steele Dossier, it can be found at Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.pjje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq

The nra's story keeps changing on the russians... no russians then we have russians all over the place.
No money from the russians, Yeah, a little money from the russians... hmm. Seemslike the nra cannot tell the truth. Like they have something to hide???


The nra, attempting to rebuff a senior Democratic senator’s questions about whether it received illicit funding from a Kremlin figure to help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, said this week that it received a total of $2,513 in donations and membership dues from 23 people with Russian ties since 2015 and ensured none of the money went for political purposes.

However, the group’s top lawyer wrote Sen. Ron Wyden that it is “currently reviewing (its) responsibilities” with respect to a top Russian banking official, Torshin, a lifetime NRA member who sources have described as a focus of an FBI investigation into possible channeling of russian money to the nra. Torshin was among a group of Russian oligarchs and government officials hit with U.S. sanctions last week.

NRA General Counsel John Frazer, in the latest of three responses in recent weeks to Wyden’s demands for information from the group, also advised Wyden that he wouldn’t respond to further questions from the Oregon Democrat, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Why is the nra not cooperating?
What are they hiding?
Any sane person, cannot believe a word from the nra

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Op's Not An Real American ()
Date: April 20, 2018 09:36PM

He will never understand, his idea of a film is gay porn by his own statements

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9lf76xOA5k

A fiery horse at the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty Hi Ho Silver!

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Americas New Lone Ranger ()
Date: April 20, 2018 09:40PM

President Trump !

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Look what I found... ()
Date: April 20, 2018 10:47PM

It's your own link again stupid... LMAO!


"The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden."

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: It's bad, really bad ()
Date: April 21, 2018 10:25AM

Every rational person knows that the NRA is a pack of lying assholes, and that they and Trump are in it up to their necks with the Russians. What a sorry time for the nation!

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Blame him ()
Date: April 22, 2018 08:01AM

The shame is that so many innocent kids are having to pay the price for this.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Reality check... ()
Date: April 24, 2018 09:18AM

Look what I found... Wrote:
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> "The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden,
> D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it
> received from those people was just over $2,500
> and most of that was "routine payments" for
> membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

Where did the $30 million come from? Do you think money launderers come out and say that they are laundering money?

NRA = Crooks and liars

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: hestonhouse ()
Date: April 24, 2018 09:31AM

We know who the real killers are.
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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Cavity Check... ()
Date: April 24, 2018 12:53PM

Reality check... Wrote:
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> Look what I found... Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > "The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden,
> > D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it
> > received from those people was just over $2,500
> > and most of that was "routine payments" for
> > membership dues or magazine subscriptions.
>
> Where did the $30 million come from? Do you think
> money launderers come out and say that they are
> laundering money?
>
> NRA = Crooks and liars


The same place that 'Russian collusion' came from...

Your hurting butt.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Guilty as sin... ()
Date: April 24, 2018 01:05PM

Collusion, obstruction of justice, money-laundering, lying to investigators. This is like a gun show of bad behavior.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Uranium$ ()
Date: April 24, 2018 01:23PM

Vladimir-Putin-Hillary-Clinton-Money-Pil

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Get some skilz ()
Date: April 24, 2018 01:27PM

...and bad Photoshopping.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: That itchy burning sensation ()
Date: April 24, 2018 01:31PM

Guilty as sin... Wrote:
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> Collusion, obstruction of justice,
> money-laundering, lying to investigators. This is
> like a gun show of bad behavior.


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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Guilty as sin ()
Date: April 24, 2018 02:37PM

Pairs well in you case with stupid as shit.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: QuickDrawFruppie ()
Date: April 24, 2018 02:59PM

Guilty as sin Wrote:
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> Pairs well in you case with stupid as shit.

You're stupid.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Guilty as sin ()
Date: April 24, 2018 03:06PM

Far from it. Farther in fact than you can imagine.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Your meds. Take them. ()
Date: April 24, 2018 03:11PM

Guilty as sin Wrote:
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> Far from it. Farther in fact than you can
> imagine.


The exact cause of schizophrenia isn't known, but a combination of genetics, environment, and altered brain chemistry and structure may play a role.

Schizophrenia is characterized by thoughts or experiences that seem out of touch with reality, disorganized speech or behavior, and decreased participation in daily activities. Difficulty with concentration and memory may also be present.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Morons abound ()
Date: April 24, 2018 10:46PM

hestonhouse Wrote:
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> We know who the real killers are.

Morons. Unborn fetuses aren't kids. Supreme court, law of the land. You don't like it, get the law changed or move to another country. Meanwhile, act like an American.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Guilty as sin ()
Date: April 25, 2018 07:57AM

Your meds. Take them. Wrote:
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> The exact cause of schizophrenia isn't known...

The causes of intelligence are favorable genes and a solid education. You plainly missed badly on both counts.

As for Trump, his entire career has been one of sleaze and disrespect for the law. Now the system is coming for him. Hopefully, they'll bag him big time.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Lock them up ()
Date: April 26, 2018 07:26AM

The Trump organization is simply a modern mafia. The lot of them belongs in jail.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: The Unamericans ()
Date: April 26, 2018 09:34AM

Send them all to Russia. Give them jobs at Gazprom...

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Time to go... ()
Date: April 27, 2018 12:06PM

Guilty as sin Wrote:
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> As for Trump, his entire career has been one of sleaze
> and disrespect for the law. Now the system is coming
> for him. Hopefully, they'll bag him big time.

I'm thinking Michael Avenatti will take him down before Mueller does. Avenatti sets one trap after another and Trump just walks right into them. It took two whole hours for SDNY prosecutors to file an amended pleading after Trump's idiot moves on Fox & Friends yesterday. The guy is doomed.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not really Americans$NRA ()
Date: May 03, 2018 08:36PM

Fun website for the money flowing from russia to the nra to the republicans...

https://everytown.org/press/everytown-launches-new-interactive-website-on-ties-between-nra-russia-and-trump-world-as-fbi-investigates-whether-russian-money-went-to-nra-to-help-trump/

Gun Control Advocates To Press Russia Questions During NRA Convention! Nice!!

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Same shit, different day ()
Date: May 05, 2018 01:45PM

Not really Americans$NRA Wrote:
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> Fun website for the money flowing from russia to
> the nra to the republicans...
>
> https://everytown.org/press/everytown-launches-new
> -interactive-website-on-ties-between-nra-russia-an
> d-trump-world-as-fbi-investigates-whether-russian-
> money-went-to-nra-to-help-trump/
>
> Gun Control Advocates To Press Russia Questions
> During NRA Convention! Nice!!
>
> .


It's your own link again stupid... LMAO!


"The NRA said in a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., unveiled on Wednesday, that the sum it received from those people was just over $2,500 and most of that was "routine payments" for membership dues or magazine subscriptions.

About $525 of that figure was from "two individuals who made contributions to the NRA."

Wyden has been querying the NRA about its Russia connections following press reports that suggest the FBI is investigating whether Russians might have tried to use the NRA or other political organizations as part of their attack on the 2016 election.

One high-profile Russian NRA supporter, state bank official Alexander Torshin, has cultivated a years-long relationship with the organization — but he was placed under sanction by the United States with other Russians last week.

The NRA acknowledged that Torshin, a Kremlin-linked politician, is a life member of the NRA, and has been since 2012. "He has paid membership dues, but has not made any contributions," NRA general counsel John Frazer wrote to Wyden."


Bonus bitch slap:


Did the NRA Ban Guns at Their Own Convention?

A popular claim about the NRA confused that organization's rules with those of the venues at which they held events.

CLAIM

The NRA banned the carrying of guns at their own national convention.

RATING

FALSE

Monday, April 30, 2018

The Associated Press issued a correction on Monday after reporting that the National Rifle Association was banning guns at its annual meeting during Vice President Mike Pence’s speech.

It was widely reported on Monday that the guns rights group would not allow members to carry guns at the NRA Leadership Conference in Dallas “prior to and during” Mr. Pence’s speech on May 4.

“Due to the attendance of the Vice President of the United States, the U.S. Secret Service will be responsible for event security at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum,” the NRA said in a statement. “As a result, firearms and firearm accessories, knives or weapons of any kind will be prohibited in the forum prior to and during attendance.”

A fact check called reports of the gun ban “misleading.”

“In a routine decision, the Secret Service is banning guns (along with selfie sticks, backpacks, drones, and a list of other items) from Pence’s speech at the NRA convention in Dallas; just as the Secret Service did during Trump’s appearance at the NRA convention last year and the Republican National Convention the year before that,” Holmes Lybrand, the magazine’s fact-check columnist, wrote on Monday.

Firearms are permitted otherwise.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: ygbkm ()
Date: May 05, 2018 02:13PM

Not really Americans$NRA Wrote:
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> Fun website for the money flowing from russia to
> the nra to the republicans...
>
> https://everytown.org/press/everytown-launches-new
> -interactive-website-on-ties-between-nra-russia-an
> d-trump-world-as-fbi-investigates-whether-russian-
> money-went-to-nra-to-help-trump/
>
> Gun Control Advocates To Press Russia Questions
> During NRA Convention! Nice!!
>
> .

Shitty website paid for by Michael Bloomberg who has armed bodyguards.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Idiots everywhere ()
Date: May 05, 2018 02:37PM

The fucking Pope has armed bodyguards. On account of gun-toting morons.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: National Russian Association$NRA ()
Date: May 17, 2018 09:00PM

Senate Report: Kremlin Used NRA To Help Funnel Money To Trump Campaign!

Like the russians, the nra is the enemy of the people. Just cannot stop committing treason.
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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Circular Logic ()
Date: May 17, 2018 11:29PM

National Russian Association$NRA Wrote:
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> Senate Report: Kremlin Used NRA To Help Funnel
> Money To Trump Campaign!
>
> Like the russians, the nra is the enemy of the
> people. Just cannot stop committing treason.
> .

More misleading bullshit.

This is not from the Senate Judiciary Committee's report. It's crap that Dianne Feinstein put out independently.

"Democrats on the committee simultaneously released their own analysis of the information."

And here are their deep sources:

125 Tim Dickinson, “The Trump-Russia-NRA Connection: Here’s What You Need to Know,” Rolling Stone (Jan. 18, 2018).
126 Tim Dickinson, “Inside the Decade-Long Russian Campaign to Infiltrate the NRA and Help Elect Trump,” Rolling
Stone (Apr. 2, 2018); Peter Stone and Greg Gordon, “FBI investigating whether Russian money went to NRA to help
Trump,” McClatchy (Jan. 18, 2018).
127 Tim Dickinson, “Inside the Decade-Long Russian Campaign to Infiltrate the NRA and Help Elect Trump,” Rolling
Stone (Apr. 2, 2018).
128 Peter Stone and Greg Gordon, “FBI investigating whether Russian money went to NRA to help Trump,” McClatchy
(Jan. 18, 2018).

The same bullshit articles that have already been shot down in flames.

LMAO!

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Not Really Americans $$ NRA ()
Date: May 18, 2018 06:54AM

NRA Touts Oliver North’s Expertise At Avoiding Jail Time For Colluding With Hostile Foreign Powers -- TheOnion

Satire is so funny when it is so close to the truth!
https://www.theonion.com/nra-touts-oliver-north-s-expertise-at-avoiding-jail-tim-1825837876


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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: American shame ()
Date: May 18, 2018 07:06AM

Circular Logic Wrote:
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> The same bullshit articles that have already been
> shot down in flames. LMAO!

Your hero is an international crime boss. Things will only get worse for him from here.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: The Truth is out there ()
Date: May 19, 2018 10:12AM

Whitewater Investigation – 4 years, no indictments

Clinton email Investigation – 2 years, no indictments

Trump Election/Russia Investigation – 1 year
• 75 criminal charges
• 22 indictments
• 19 individuals indicted
• 3 Russian Companies indicted
• 5 convictions
• 1 person in jail

Thank you, Mr. Mueller, keep up the good work

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Tards keep tardin’ along ()
Date: May 19, 2018 02:14PM

The Truth is out there Wrote:
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> Whitewater Investigation – 4 years, no
> indictments


You a tard or something?

While the Clintons were never charged with any crime. Fifteen other persons were convicted of more than 40 crimes, including Jim Guy Tucker, who was removed from office.

Jim Guy Tucker: Governor of Arkansas at the time, removed from office (fraud, 3 counts)
John Haley: attorney for Jim Guy Tucker (tax evasion)
William J. Marks, Sr.: Jim Guy Tucker's business partner (conspiracy)
Stephen Smith: former Governor Clinton aide (conspiracy to misapply funds). Bill Clinton pardoned.
Webster Hubbell: Clinton political supporter; U.S. Associate Attorney General; Rose Law Firm partner (embezzlement, fraud)
Jim McDougal: banker, Clinton political supporter: (18 felonies, varied)
Susan McDougal: Clinton political supporter (multiple frauds). Bill Clinton pardoned.
David Hale: banker, self-proclaimed Clinton political supporter: (conspiracy, fraud)
Neal Ainley: Perry County Bank president (embezzled bank funds for Clinton campaign)
Chris Wade: Whitewater real estate broker (multiple loan fraud). Bill Clinton pardoned.
Larry Kuca: Madison real estate agent (multiple loan fraud)
Robert W. Palmer: Madison appraiser (conspiracy). Bill Clinton pardoned.
John Latham: Madison Bank CEO (bank fraud)
Eugene Fitzhugh: Whitewater defendant (multiple bribery)
Charles Matthews: Whitewater defendant (bribery)

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Lol... ()
Date: May 19, 2018 02:34PM

Lol...

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: $$Not$Really$Americans$$ ()
Date: May 20, 2018 07:41AM

So funny seeing all the bodies of the school children... high-times down at the nra hq.

These Are The Victims Of The Texas High School Shooting: https://www.buzzfeed.com/jimdalrympleii/santa-fe-texas-school-shooting-victims?utm_term=.veGM3N2rO#.gsWxB1ZvY

Sad returds are such a bunch of cowards

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Trump is the dead kid president ()
Date: May 26, 2018 11:32AM

What has the nra done to make schools safer since Columbine- Nothing!

Arming teachers is about the dumbest thing I have ever heard- President Trump is the absolute dumbest!!

These are the 10 deadliest school shootings since Columbine (15 deaths):

2007 Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, Va. — 33 deaths
2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown, Conn. — 27 deaths
2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, Fla. — 17 deaths
2015 Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, Ore. — 10 deaths
2018 Santa Fe High School, Santa Fe, Tex. — 10 deaths
2005 Red Lake Senior High School, Red Lake, Minn. — 7 deaths
2012 Oikos University, Oakland, Calif. — 7 deaths
2006 West Nickel Mines School, Bart Township, Penn. — 6 deaths
2008 Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Ill. — 6 deaths
2014 Marysville Pilchuck High School, Marysville, Wa. — 5 deaths

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Scorecard ()
Date: May 26, 2018 02:03PM

School kids today know that they are vulnerable. They know who does and doesn’t care. They’ll all be voting soon.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: in the know.......... ()
Date: May 26, 2018 04:57PM

Scorecard Wrote:
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> School kids today know that they are vulnerable.
> They know who does and doesn’t care. They’ll
> all be voting soon.


Kids are actually safer in schools today than they were a decade or two ago.

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Posted by: are you a moron? ()
Date: May 26, 2018 04:59PM

Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
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> What has the nra done to make schools safer since
> Columbine- Nothing!

They've done more than you know. Of course, you know so little because you do nothing to acquire knowledge.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: National Russian Association$NRA ()
Date: May 26, 2018 06:43PM

are you a moron? Wrote:
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> Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > What has the nra done to make schools safer
> since
> > Columbine- Nothing!
>
> They've done more than you know. Of course, you
> know so little because you do nothing to acquire
> knowledge.

Really. Tell us all about what they have done. We know they have been laundering money for the russians.

Guns are always the problem & never the solution.


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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Good Guy with a Gun ()
Date: May 26, 2018 07:00PM

National Russian Association$NRA Wrote:
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> are you a moron? Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > What has the nra done to make schools safer
> > since
> > > Columbine- Nothing!
> >
> > They've done more than you know. Of course,
> you
> > know so little because you do nothing to
> acquire
> > knowledge.
>
> Really. Tell us all about what they have done.
> We know they have been laundering money for the
> russians.
>
> Guns are always the problem & never the solution.
>
>
>
> .

CNN)Armed bystanders gunned down a shooter Thursday at an Oklahoma City restaurant, killing him, police said.

A man opened fire with a handgun in Louie's Grill & Bar, striking three people inside the restaurant from a position outside the front door, Oklahoma City Police Capt. Bo Mathews told reporters.

As the gunman ran from the scene, two bystanders got their own handguns from the trunks of their vehicles, then confronted and fatally shot the attacker outside the restaurant, Mathews said Friday.

"They were able to shoot this suspect and put an end to this very dangerous situation," Mathews said, adding that the men -- Carlos Nazario, 35, and Bryan Wittle, 39 -- did not know each other. It's not clear who fired the fatal shot. Police initially said only one man fired on the attacker.

The bystanders' actions were "well within their legal rights" and likely would be protected by good Samaritan laws, Mathews said. He deferred a final call to the Oklahoma County district attorney, whose staff did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment.

"These guys were protecting somebody else's life," the police captain said. "You can say they are heroes."

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Trump is the dead kid president ()
Date: May 26, 2018 07:06PM

Good Guy with a Gun Wrote:
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> National Russian Association$NRA Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > are you a moron? Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > What has the nra done to make schools safer
> > > since
> > > > Columbine- Nothing!
> > >
> > > They've done more than you know. Of course,
> > you
> > > know so little because you do nothing to
> > acquire
> > > knowledge.
> >
> > Really. Tell us all about what they have done.
>
> > We know they have been laundering money for the
> > russians.
> >
> > Guns are always the problem & never the
> solution.
> >
> >
> >
> > .
>
> CNN)Armed bystanders gunned down a shooter
> Thursday at an Oklahoma City restaurant, killing
> him, police said.
>
> A man opened fire with a handgun in Louie's Grill
> & Bar, striking three people inside the restaurant
> from a position outside the front door, Oklahoma
> City Police Capt. Bo Mathews told reporters.
>
> As the gunman ran from the scene, two bystanders
> got their own handguns from the trunks of their
> vehicles, then confronted and fatally shot the
> attacker outside the restaurant, Mathews said
> Friday.
>
> "They were able to shoot this suspect and put an
> end to this very dangerous situation," Mathews
> said, adding that the men -- Carlos Nazario, 35,
> and Bryan Wittle, 39 -- did not know each other.
> It's not clear who fired the fatal shot. Police
> initially said only one man fired on the
> attacker.
>
> The bystanders' actions were "well within their
> legal rights" and likely would be protected by
> good Samaritan laws, Mathews said. He deferred a
> final call to the Oklahoma County district
> attorney, whose staff did not immediately respond
> to CNN's request for comment.
>
> "These guys were protecting somebody else's life,"
> the police captain said. "You can say they are
> heroes."

The Good Guy with a Gun Theory, Debunked

Just another bullshit story from the Not Really Americans...

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/evd4we/the-good-guy-with-a-gun-theory-debunked

Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team finds no basis for a theory at the heart of the modern gun-rights movement.

Like to see what the research the nra has done on this... while the dead kids stack up

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: We disagree ()
Date: May 26, 2018 07:27PM

Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
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> Good Guy with a Gun Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > National Russian Association$NRA Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > are you a moron? Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > What has the nra done to make schools
> safer
> > > > since
> > > > > Columbine- Nothing!
> > > >
> > > > They've done more than you know. Of
> course,
> > > you
> > > > know so little because you do nothing to
> > > acquire
> > > > knowledge.
> > >
> > > Really. Tell us all about what they have
> done.
> >
> > > We know they have been laundering money for
> the
> > > russians.
> > >
> > > Guns are always the problem & never the
> > solution.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > .
> >
> > CNN)Armed bystanders gunned down a shooter
> > Thursday at an Oklahoma City restaurant,
> killing
> > him, police said.
> >
> > A man opened fire with a handgun in Louie's
> Grill
> > & Bar, striking three people inside the
> restaurant
> > from a position outside the front door,
> Oklahoma
> > City Police Capt. Bo Mathews told reporters.
> >
> > As the gunman ran from the scene, two
> bystanders
> > got their own handguns from the trunks of their
> > vehicles, then confronted and fatally shot the
> > attacker outside the restaurant, Mathews said
> > Friday.
> >
> > "They were able to shoot this suspect and put
> an
> > end to this very dangerous situation," Mathews
> > said, adding that the men -- Carlos Nazario,
> 35,
> > and Bryan Wittle, 39 -- did not know each
> other.
> > It's not clear who fired the fatal shot. Police
> > initially said only one man fired on the
> > attacker.
> >
> > The bystanders' actions were "well within their
> > legal rights" and likely would be protected by
> > good Samaritan laws, Mathews said. He deferred
> a
> > final call to the Oklahoma County district
> > attorney, whose staff did not immediately
> respond
> > to CNN's request for comment.
> >
> > "These guys were protecting somebody else's
> life,"
> > the police captain said. "You can say they are
> > heroes."
>
> The Good Guy with a Gun Theory, Debunked
>
> Just another bullshit story from the Not Really
> Americans...
>
> https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/evd4we/the-good
> -guy-with-a-gun-theory-debunked
>
> Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team finds
> no basis for a theory at the heart of the modern
> gun-rights movement.
>
> Like to see what the research the nra has done on
> this... while the dead kids stack up
>
> .




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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: here's a free education ()
Date: May 26, 2018 09:01PM

National Russian Association$NRA Wrote:
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> are you a moron? Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > What has the nra done to make schools safer
> > since
> > > Columbine- Nothing!
> >
> > They've done more than you know. Of course,
> you
> > know so little because you do nothing to
> acquire
> > knowledge.
>
> Really. Tell us all about what they have done.
> We know they have been laundering money for the
> russians.
>
> Guns are always the problem & never the solution.
>
>
>
> .


The NRA's School Shield Task Force was introduced in December 2012 following the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School with the goal of improving school security and preventing future school shootings in the U.S.

Former Congressman and Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson led a group of independent security experts — including a former director of the U.S. Secret Service and a former Homeland Security chief — who visited schools across the U.S. to develop a plan to improve school safety strategies in schools nationwide.

In April 2013, the NRA published a report with the findings of the task force's initial investigation, along with eight recommendations on best practices for school security.

Those recommendations included implementing a model training program that would teach school resources officers how to respond in crisis situations, a proposal to change state laws where necessary so that a “selected school staff member” would be allowed to carry firearms in schools, the creation of a pilot program on “threat assessment and mental health,” and tougher requirements for schools on safety measures, among others.

After the report was released, Hutchinson said that, per the plan, those staff members tasked with carrying a weapon in schools must be certified under a 40- to 60-hour training program and undergo an extensive background check. The cost, he estimated, would be around $800 to $1,000 per person.

That report became the basis for the School Shield program that exists today, according to the NRA website.

How does it work?

The current version of the School Shield program is a five-day training course that instructs members of local communities on how to assess their school's “climate, physical security, communications systems, and overall preparedness.”

According to a copy of the training program application, only designated law enforcement officials with three years of service or more are eligible to participate in the course. It is taught by certified NRA instructors who are current or former law enforcement officers.

Training topics include defining potential security threats, how to conduct a security assessment, emergency response protocols, and incident management.

The first-ever School Shield training seminar was held in Williamson County, Tennessee, in December 2015.

Cpl. Michael Johnson of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, a participant in that first training, said it provided him with “new resources” that would help him protect the students and children in his local community.

“Attending the National School Shield training gave me a new skill which I can use to help my community protect our children,” Johnson said. “By learning how to spot vulnerabilities, I can help all stakeholders in the safety of our children do our best to protect them. The training not only reminded me of things I had previously learned, but it gave me new resources that I can employ in assessments of any school facility.”

Some have compared this program to the idea of arming teachers in schools being touted by President Donald Trump and other members of the Republican Party. The training program itself does not arm teachers or staff members; however, the School Shield study completed in 2013 does advocate for such a policy.

Schools that host the training programs for law enforcement officers in their community are invited, post-training, to apply for a grant from the NRA to fund the security improvements their officers recommend.

These grants have paid for physical school security improvements such as doors with advanced security locks and buzzers, as well as window films that prevent the glass from shattering if shot.

Sheila Brantley, the National School Shield program director, called the grants a “cornerstone” of the program.

“That is what I believe makes the National School Shield program so attractive. By providing tools and resources designed to help schools identify potential security vulnerabilities, as well as the funding to implement necessary security improvements, the program helps remove the barriers to information and/or funding that have previously slowed progress in making our schools more secure,” Brantley said.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Trump is the dead kid president ()
Date: May 27, 2018 06:12AM

Yep, just what I thought more guns in schools equates to more dead children. Same old more guns!- messaging that has resulted in more school shootings.

The Good Guy with a Gun Theory, Debunked
Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team finds no basis for a theory at the heart of the modern gun-rights movement.

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/evd4we/the-good-guy-with-a-gun-theory-debunked

Just another bullshit story to sell more guns to kill more American children from the Not Really Americans...

Who Pays For Armed Teachers' Gun Accidents? Certain the nra would happily pay

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Posted by: Dr. Memory ()
Date: May 27, 2018 07:11AM

If the majority ruled an individual right exists to possess firearms, regardless of qualifiers such as 'traditionally lawful purposes,' then, in the face of the generally-agreed-upon fact that individuals will disregard the qualifier and use firearms in the shooting of innocents, then the majority also approves the shooting of school children, since it found the individual right of possession must take priority over childrens' safety.

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Posted by: doubling down on dumb ()
Date: May 27, 2018 12:22PM

Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
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> Yep, just what I thought more guns in schools
> equates to more dead children. Same old more
> guns!- messaging that has resulted in more school
> shootings.
>
> The Good Guy with a Gun Theory, Debunked
> Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team finds
> no basis for a theory at the heart of the modern
> gun-rights movement.
>
> https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/evd4we/the-good
> -guy-with-a-gun-theory-debunked
>
> Just another bullshit story to sell more guns to
> kill more American children from the Not Really
> Americans...
>
> Who Pays For Armed Teachers' Gun Accidents?
> Certain the nra would happily pay
>
> ,


Damn, moron, you were given the information to make you more intelligent and you let it pass you by.

From the article:

Training topics include defining potential security threats, how to conduct a security assessment, emergency response protocols, and incident management.


Not a single word there about arming teachers.


You're too stid to be given the right to vote.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Trump is the dead kid president ()
Date: May 27, 2018 01:15PM

doubling down on dumb Wrote:
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> Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Yep, just what I thought more guns in schools
> > equates to more dead children. Same old more
> > guns!- messaging that has resulted in more
> school
> > shootings.
> >
> > The Good Guy with a Gun Theory, Debunked
> > Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team
> finds
> > no basis for a theory at the heart of the
> modern
> > gun-rights movement.
> >
> >
> https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/evd4we/the-good
>
> > -guy-with-a-gun-theory-debunked
> >
> > Just another bullshit story to sell more guns
> to
> > kill more American children from the Not Really
> > Americans...
> >
> > Who Pays For Armed Teachers' Gun Accidents?
> > Certain the nra would happily pay
> >
> > ,
>
>
> Damn, moron, you were given the information to
> make you more intelligent and you let it pass you
> by.
>
> From the article:
>
> Training topics include defining potential
> security threats, how to conduct a security
> assessment, emergency response protocols, and
> incident management.
>
>
> Not a single word there about arming teachers.
>
>
> You're too stid to be given the right to vote.

Wow! You seem really butthurt...
Is russian you first language?

Honestly that is all the nra has... more guns to kill more kids.

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Posted by: Honestly isn't a word for you ()
Date: May 27, 2018 03:09PM

Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
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>
> Wow! You seem really butthurt...
> Is russian you first language?
>
> Honestly that is all the nra has... more guns to
> kill more kids.
>
> .


Another dumb, dishonest out-of-context anti-gun nut meme.

He was speaking about randomly carrying a weapon for no particular reason in the context of hearings re the NFA which was enacted to combat gangsters at the time. Which he opposed for a variety of reasons, primary among them being that then as now such criminals pay no attention to laws and it would affect mostly only law-abiding citizens who aren't the problem. In fact, the NFA (and other gun laws) wasn't actually intended to *prevent* the use of guns in crimes. It was designed to provide a basis for prosecution of gangsters and criminals *after* the fact in violating the law.

In full context...

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Mr. FREDERICK. You have put your finger on it. My general objections to most of the regulatory provisions are proposed with that in view. I am just as much against the gangster as any man. I am just as much interested in seeing him suppressed, but I do not believe that we should burn down the barn in order to destroy the rats. I am in favor of some more skillful method of getting the rats without destroying the barn. In my opinion, most of the proposals the regulation of firearms, although ostensibly and properly aimed at the crook, do not reach the crook at all, but they do reach the honest. man. In my opinion, the forces which are opposed to crime consist of two general bodies; one is the organized police and the second is the unorganized victims, the great mass of unorganized law-abiding citizens, and if you destroy the effective opposition of either one of those, you are inevitably going to increase crime, because as you destroy the forces of resistance to the human body to disease, you are going to increase disease. So, by destroying the resistance of any body which is opposed to crime, you are going to increase crime. I think we should be careful in considering the actual operation of regulatory measures to make sure that they do not hamstring the law-abiding citizen in his opposition to the crook.

Mr. KNUTSON. There is no opposition on the part of the victims?

Mr. FREDERICK. It is not a 100 percent effective. Of course, the right of self-defense is still a useful thing.

Mr. KNUTSON. It is a right, but an ineffective right under the present situation.

Mr. FREDERICK. I would be interested to show you a collection which I have made of newspaper clippings indicating the effective use of firearms in self-defense, as a protection against the perpetration of crime. Because of arguments which have been advanced by those who are against the use of guns, I have made it my business to clip from newspapers passing over my desk such cases as I run across of effective self-defense with pistols, most of them pistols. I have a scrap book two thirds full and I can show you dozens and hundred of cases happening every year.

Mr. FREAR. How many in this room have pistols in their pockets for self-defense?

Mr. FREDERICK. I doubt if any have.

Mr. FREAR. I doubt, unless a man anticipates danger, that he is going to carry a pistol. You have looked after the clippings of the man who has used a revolver in self-defense. How many men carry revolvers? What percentage of men carry revolvers?

Mr. HILL. Quite a few traveling in automobiles.

Mr. FREDERICK. There are a good many.

Mr. FREAR. I am asking under present conditions

Mr. FREDERICK. I have never believed in the general practice of carrying weapons. I seldom carry one. I have when I felt it was desirable to do so for my own protection. I know that applies in most of the instances where guns are used effectively in self-defense or in places of business and in the home. I do not believe in the general promiscuous toting of guns. I think it should be sharply restricted and only under licenses.
...

Mr. FREDERICK. In our opinion, little of value can be accomplished by Federal legislation on this point.

Mr. KNUTSON. Is it your thought to submit a substitute measure for H.R. 9066 and at the same time not infringe unnecessarily on the rights of law-abiding citizens?

Mr. FREDERICK. As I say, I have grave doubts as to the effectiveness of any such legislation.


Mr. HILL. You concede there is a necessity for something. In politics we have an old saying that you cannot beat somebody with nobody. You cannot hope to defeat or materially alter the legislation unless you submit to the committee something that is better or that will better attain the object that this legislation seeks to accomplish.

Mr. FREDERICK. I must differ with you in principle upon one point. I do not believe that Congress or the people back home want us to attempt miracles. In my opinion, based upon a rather extensive experience with this subject and study of it, very little of practical value can be accomplished by Federal legislation on the point.

Mr. HILL. I take it then that it is your opinion that the criminal is going to get firearms regardless of any laws.

Mr. FREDERICK. I think that is the opinion of any person who has knowledge of the subject. In most instances, the guns are stolen. They are not gotten through legitimate channels. Dillinger stole his guns. I have a half-dozen cases where guns have been used in prisons to effect a break; we have had that in New York, and all over the country. If you cannot keep guns out of the hands of criminals in jails, I do not see how you can keep them out of the hands of criminals walking about on the public highways.

The CHAIRMAN. If that be true, then the laws of the various States of the Union dealing with the subject, are not accomplishing a good purpose because they do not put them all out of business?

Mr. FREDERICK. I do not take that view of it at all. I believe in regulatory methods. I think that makes it desirable that any such regulations imposed should not impose undue hardships on the law-abiding citizens and that they should not obstruct him in the right of self-defense, but that they should be directed exclusively, so far as possible, to suppressing the criminal use, or punishing the criminal use of weapons.
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So rather than being somehow different, his view was very much consistent with positions today.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: dumb is all you have ()
Date: May 27, 2018 03:13PM

Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
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> doubling down on dumb Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Trump is the dead kid president Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Yep, just what I thought more guns in schools
> > > equates to more dead children. Same old more
> > > guns!- messaging that has resulted in more
> > school
> > > shootings.
> > >
> > > The Good Guy with a Gun Theory, Debunked
> > > Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team
> > finds
> > > no basis for a theory at the heart of the
> > modern
> > > gun-rights movement.
> > >
> > >
> >
> https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/evd4we/the-good
>
> >
> > > -guy-with-a-gun-theory-debunked
> > >
> > > Just another bullshit story to sell more guns
> > to
> > > kill more American children from the Not
> Really
> > > Americans...
> > >
> > > Who Pays For Armed Teachers' Gun Accidents?
> > > Certain the nra would happily pay
> > >
> > > ,
> >
> >
> > Damn, moron, you were given the information to
> > make you more intelligent and you let it pass
> you
> > by.
> >
> > From the article:
> >
> > Training topics include defining potential
> > security threats, how to conduct a security
> > assessment, emergency response protocols, and
> > incident management.
> >
> >
> > Not a single word there about arming teachers.
> >
> >
> > You're too stid to be given the right to vote.
>
> Wow! You seem really butthurt...
> Is russian you first language?
>
> Honestly that is all the nra has... more guns to
> kill more kids.
>
> .

I'm butthurt? You're the moron that's littered a thread with nonsense for four pages? If you're looking for butthurt, my friend, look no further than the mirror.

You want to ask me if Russian is my first language? You were given a multiparagraph article to read which was written entirely in English. You utterly failed to comprehend what was in it. I have to ask, are you a Russian troll posting here to sow discord? After all, you're ripping a page right out of Goebbels' notebook by accusing the other side of that which you are guilty. Take your lack of English language reading comprehension and couple it with your Ruskie comment, and I have good money that says you're working on a Russian troll farm.

The NRA has millions of members.

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Posted by: $$Not Real Americans$ NRA$$ ()
Date: May 28, 2018 07:32PM

Wow! You are not very smart.
I get it, you work for the nra making you a shill. Is Putin you boss?

Does not change the fact that the nra is laundering money for the russians.


The FBI has obtained wiretaps of a Putin ally tied to the NRA who met with Trump Jr. during the campaign

FBI investigating whether NRA used Russian money to help Trump

We all know Torshin from the Steele Dossier the republicans initiated and paid for, it can be found at Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.pjje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq

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Posted by: Origin of the Stupid Species ()
Date: May 28, 2018 07:53PM

... This January, the House Intelligence Committee released its transcript of Mr. (Glenn) Simpson’s November testimony, in which he regaled incredulous committee Republicans with a wild new tale—of how the Russians had “infiltrated the NRA.” Fusion GPS had “spent a lot of time investigating” a “Mafia leader named Alexander Torshin” and a “suspicious” and “big Trump fan,” Maria Butina. Mr. Simpson provided zero detail to back up this claim—no names, dates, money transfers or specific actions.

But never mind. The day Mr. Simpson’s conspiracy-laden transcript was due to go public, McClatchy ran this headline: “FBI investigating whether Russian money went to NRA to help Trump.” The story cited only two unnamed “sources familiar with the matter.” The article admitted it “could not be learned” whether the FBI had any evidence involving the NRA, but it nonetheless went on at length about the group. A flurry of articles from other news organizations followed ... All still based on nothing but Mr. Simpson’s infiltration claim.

... The NRA flatly denied the accusation. ... It also reported it had had no contact with the FBI. House Intelligence Committee Democrats nonetheless last week issued a document demanding they get to continue investigating the “NRA’s relationship” with Mr. Torshin and Ms. Butina as well as ... Washington lawyer Cleta Mitchell, who hasn’t done legal work for the NRA in a decade.

A few days later, the same two McClatchy reporters ... again cited two anonymous sources claiming Congress was investigating Ms. Mitchell’s worries ... Ms. Mitchell tells me she told McClatchy before publication that this was false ... Ms. Mitchell calls it “the quintessential definition of fake news.”

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: dumber by the day ()
Date: May 28, 2018 08:04PM

$$Not Real Americans$ NRA$$ Wrote:
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> Wow! You are not very smart.
> I get it, you work for the nra making you a shill.
> Is Putin you boss?
>
> Does not change the fact that the nra is
> laundering money for the russians.
>
>
> The FBI has obtained wiretaps of a Putin ally tied
> to the NRA who met with Trump Jr. during the
> campaign
>
> FBI investigating whether NRA used Russian money
> to help Trump
>
> We all know Torshin from the Steele Dossier the
> republicans initiated and paid for, it can be
> found at Buzzfeed:
> https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-report
> s-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia?utm_term=.p
> jje02mwvz#.eyRKOQYZAq
>
> .


I'm an Anerican who can think for himself. Not sure if you're a parrot for Soros or Russia. Thus far, you've not been able to demonstrate that you can think for yourself. You've merely parroted tired and discredited talking points and regurgitated lame memes. Is this what qualifies as trolling in the Soros or Putin world?

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: National Russian Association$NRA ()
Date: May 28, 2018 10:13PM

Are you Putin's favorite bitch? Suppose you are just like the nra, taking orders from Putin.

Do you get a cut of the money that the nra launders for the russians?

Yeah, Soros is the wing-nut boogey man... just like Steve Wyn, Mercers, Kock brothers...


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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Circular Reference ()
Date: May 28, 2018 10:35PM

So slime merchant Glenn Simpson makes up some completely unsupported bullshit at a hearing, the Dems then shovel it over to their pals in the media, who then publish reports about it, which the same Dems then later cite the same media reports in their "investigation" as evidence of the Russians colluding with the NRA.

LMAO!




This January, the House Intelligence Committee released its transcript of Mr. (Glenn) Simpson’s November testimony, in which he regaled incredulous committee Republicans with a wild new tale—of how the Russians had “infiltrated the NRA.” Fusion GPS had “spent a lot of time investigating” a “Mafia leader named Alexander Torshin” and a “suspicious” and “big Trump fan,” Maria Butina. Mr. Simpson provided zero detail to back up this claim—no names, dates, money transfers or specific actions.

But never mind. The day Mr. Simpson’s conspiracy-laden transcript was due to go public, McClatchy ran this headline: “FBI investigating whether Russian money went to NRA to help Trump.” The story cited only two unnamed “sources familiar with the matter.” The article admitted it “could not be learned” whether the FBI had any evidence involving the NRA, but it nonetheless went on at length about the group. A flurry of articles from other news organizations followed ... All still based on nothing but Mr. Simpson’s infiltration claim.

... The NRA flatly denied the accusation. ... It also reported it had had no contact with the FBI. House Intelligence Committee Democrats nonetheless last week issued a document demanding they get to continue investigating the “NRA’s relationship” with Mr. Torshin and Ms. Butina as well as ... Washington lawyer Cleta Mitchell, who hasn’t done legal work for the NRA in a decade.

A few days later, the same two McClatchy reporters ... again cited two anonymous sources claiming Congress was investigating Ms. Mitchell’s worries ... Ms. Mitchell tells me she told McClatchy before publication that this was false ... Ms. Mitchell calls it “the quintessential definition of fake news.”


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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: Monday is your dumbday ()
Date: May 29, 2018 08:03AM

National Russian Association$NRA Wrote:
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> Are you Putin's favorite bitch? Suppose you are
> just like the nra, taking orders from Putin.
>
> Do you get a cut of the money that the nra
> launders for the russians?
>
> Yeah, Soros is the wing-nut boogey man... just
> like Steve Wyn, Mercers, Kock brothers...

More tired memes and lies. It seems you really can't think for yourself. Joseph Goebbels would be so proud of you for accusing others of that which you are guilty. You bring up Soros as the boogey man in a thread highlighting your irrational fear of the NRA. You really can't make up your level of stupidity.

How about you put the memes and canned responses down for a second and show us you can think for yourself. If you can't do that simple thing, it's probably safe for us to assume you're nothing more than a Soros or Russian troll.

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Re: Trump-Russia-NRA
Posted by: sasm ()
Date: May 29, 2018 08:47AM

Thanks to Democrats, the NRA's membership is now approaching the 6 million mark.

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