Steve Kelley for February 17, 2022

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member 12 months ago

    Off course this will be largely ignored by the rightwingnuts because facts don’t matter to them.

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    Daeder  12 months ago

    No he wasn’t.

    But Kelley never lets a trifling thing like reality get in his way.

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    B 8671  12 months ago

    All this and the republigoons, their sycophants/apply and their slaves/servants ignore what the very first American dictator wannabe,the fuhrer wannabe, herr Trump did to damage this country!

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    RAGs  12 months ago

    “If a Democrat is being investigated, she or he must be guilty or they would not be investigated. If a republican is proven guilty, it’s lying political attack.”

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 12 months ago

    You guys are nuts.

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    LookingGlass Premium Member 12 months ago



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    Concretionist  12 months ago

    The facts are, of course, undeniably foreign to Skelley et al.

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    hermit48  12 months ago

    And they consume another heaping helping. At this rate we’re going to have a fertilizer shortage this spring.

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    BubbleTape Premium Member 12 months ago

    Except that it isn’t true and no actual evidence has been presented.

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    Durak Premium Member 12 months ago

    SKelley can’t even tell you what “hacked” means.

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    superposition  12 months ago

    Is this just another “Republican” loyalty test lie to attempt deflection from the presidential paper’s crime?

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    Stephen Runnels Premium Member 12 months ago

    Kelly’s understanding of a court filing from Trump-appointed “special” counsel John Durham and his imaginary investigations into distracting away from Trump and his increasing number of felonies.

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    A Whiz  12 months ago

    Trump was right, again.

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    The Nodding Head  12 months ago

    Didn’t Hillary also start World War III?

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    Sgt. Snorkle Premium Member 12 months ago

    Republicans are trying to advert attention to this? They are nuts!

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    brit-ed  12 months ago

    No they were not. No hacking was done to Trump or white house computers. You are either a techno-idiot or deliberately lying.

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    Redd Panda  12 months ago

    Or maybe not. I’m going to believe what I want, ignore the rest.

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    William Bednar Premium Member 12 months ago

    Looks like S. Kelly loves wasting ink.

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    davidthoms1  12 months ago

    More willful stupidity! Kelly assumes Republicans don’t read. Well he is probably right about the Trumpist faction.

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    Kilrwat Premium Member 12 months ago

    I love @MontanaBill’s reports from the UpsideDown!

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    brit-ed  12 months ago

    MontatnaBill, clearly someone did something that was at the least unethical. It wasn’t Clinton and it wasn’t “hacking” trumps computers. Now can you admit that Jan 6th was an attempt at sedition, overthrowing a valid election? Let’s get things in perspective.

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    Arthur I Romeo Premium Member 12 months ago

    Too bad’ so sad.

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    BB71  12 months ago


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    jhayesd31  12 months ago

    If Durham had legitimate charges he would have made indictments.

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    gammaguy  12 months ago

    Neither Durham nor the “Durham report” ever said such a thing. I wonder what would happen if he sued Kelley (and others) for libel. Unlike Palin with the New York Times, I suspect that deliberate malice could be proven.

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    Local 574 Premium Member 12 months ago

    How dare you say that Trump was right about anything.

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    charliekane  12 months ago

    ‘Nother ’toon where somebody didn’t read the fine print. . .

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    red6235 Premium Member 12 months ago

    Except that is not what Durham said. So once more into the breach of truth for you.

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    lsnrchrd.1 Premium Member 12 months ago

    I wish there were some way to administer negative consequences to RWNJ influencers like Steve Kelley, who is either too incompetent to grasp what actually occurred in this instance (nothing communicated by the ‘toon literally took place) or deliberately misleads his credulous conservative audience as an act of cynical manipulation.

    The first scenario admits a bit of leeway for mental incapacity, the second is simply insane to a degree — the degree of the insanity measured in proportion to negative societal/national/world outcomes Kelly and other RWNJ “influencers” succeed in creating.

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    I Play One On TV  12 months ago

    Another example of the War on Truth. Coming to your local school boards any day now.

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 12 months ago

    No news media (TV and Print) totally ignored it. Real journalism is dead!

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    schaefer jim  12 months ago

    Never mind what happen on Jan. 6th.

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    librarylady59  12 months ago

    IF YOUR TIME IS SHORTA recent filing in one of two cases stemming from special counsel John Durham’s investigation spawned a flurry of false and misleading claims from pro-Trump pundits.

    Durham has charged an attorney linked to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign with making a false statement to the FBI. The filing added new details about a 2017 meeting between the attorney and the CIA. It alleged that the attorney relayed concerns raised by another client, a technology executive, about internet traffic data from servers associated with the White House and Donald Trump’s business.

    Durham’s filing never alleged what Watters falsely claimed: that Clinton paid hackers to spy on Donald Trump before and during his presidency, break into his computers, and then fraudulently frame him for colluding with Russia.

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    Jujeebean  12 months ago

    There are predictions that the case against Sussmann will be thrown out before it goes anywhere because of poor investigation on Durham’s part. It is much ado about nothing burgers.

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    Scoutmaster77  12 months ago

    It’s interesting how the reports attacking Hillary seem to show up at the most opportune moments. I’m no fan of hers, but it must be getting crowded in a RWNJ’s head. :-D

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    codak  12 months ago

    who knows what the truth is on this stuff…I think maybe we are being played by BOTH sides…..time for a couple of 3rd parties

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    Rich Douglas  12 months ago

    Except that her campaign didn’t do that.

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    Ammosexual Premium Member 12 months ago

    It’s coming boys & girls…

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