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Catfished, Dumb, and Fail: Okay people, history-fail story-time cindehella artyowl01 So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and of George Washington was just elected president, G.W decided to send a letter to Congress along the lines of Looking forward to working with you all, this will be exciting Congress, not wanting to slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasm sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also looking forward to working with you!" Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool cool bros, glad you're just as excited as I am, and Congress, again not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT sent back ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along the lines of Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're excited Democracy at its finest And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy and overall verny stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first place). So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much better way with words, to write the first note to Congress Good old James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to hear "Washington's letter read Congress got nervous and worried about who could possibly compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington. Who better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once again asked his friend to write the response And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's right....none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himself So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it catfish of the milleniunm
Catfished, Dumb, and Fail: Okay people, history-fail story-time cindehella artyowl01 So back in the 1780's when our country was still figuring crap out and of George Washington was just elected president, G.W decided to send a letter to Congress along the lines of Looking forward to working with you all, this will be exciting Congress, not wanting to slight the president and also trying to express their own enthusiasm sent back a letter along the lines of "Glad you're excited, we are also looking forward to working with you!" Then George sends another letter back saying something like "Cool cool bros, glad you're just as excited as I am, and Congress, again not wanting to be awkward or just ignore the PRESIDENT sent back ANOTHER letter saying some dumb crap that was probably along the lines of Glad you're excited that we're excited that you're excited Democracy at its finest And while this in itself is funny, that is not even the best part George Washington, while being powerful, was not extremely eloquent, and at this point was also aging, busy and overall verny stressed about his new position (which he did not want in the first place). So he asked his old friend James Madison, who had a much better way with words, to write the first note to Congress Good old James Madison, wanting to oblige his friend, did just that and composed the note to Congress. Now, J-Mads was himself a member of Congress, so when the note arrived, he was in session to hear "Washington's letter read Congress got nervous and worried about who could possibly compose a formal and acceptable letter back to Washington. Who better than his old friend, James Madison? So Jimmy, being obliging wrote the response. When Washington received the reply, he once again asked his friend to write the response And who did Congress choose to write their final letter? That's right....none other than Jimmy-James-Madison himself So James Madison, future 4th president of the United States, wrote himself 4 letters under the guise of George Washington and the first Congress of the U.S. And he was too embarrassed to admit it catfish of the milleniunm
Advice, Africa, and cnn.com: ueller on FBI Director Mueller testifies that Secretary Powell has presented evidence of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, and that the FBI's concern is that these may be furnished to terrorists USER-CREATED CLIP JULY 17, 2018 Powell Blames Himself, Others For Specious lraq WMD Claims to U.N May 25, 2012 Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell in a new book said he blames himself for not trusting his instinct and making what proved to be false assertions to the United Nations about Iraq's possession of weapons of mass destruction, Bloomberg reported earlier this month (see GSN, Feb. 17,2011). Share http://nti.org/24433GSN Powell's high-profile February 2003 prewar presentation to the U.N. Security Council included now-discredited claims that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein d movable biological nexus" with al-Qaeda. ons facilities and was involved in a "sinis Secretary of State orm Colin Powell in a new book said he blames himself for not trusting his instinct and making what proved to be false assertions to the United Nations about Iraq's possession of weapons of mass destruction, Bloomberg reported earlier this month No evidence of active WMD production facilities or usable stockpiles have been found in Iraq following the U.S.-led March 2003 invasion. A failure will always be attached to me and my U.N. presentation," Powell writes in "It Worked For Me," a book that provides leadership advice. "I am mad mostly at myself for not having smelled the problem. My instincts failed me ROBERT MUELLER CSPAN Countries In his recently published book, Powell asserts "there would have been no war" in Iraq had then-President George W.Bush and his councilors understood that Hussein did not possess any functioning unconventional weapons. However, he lauded the fact that under Bush "we got rid of the horrific Hussein" government and toppled the Taliban regime in Afghanistan FBI Director NATIONAL SECURITY U.S Michael Hayden: Blame Intel Agencies, Not White House, For Getti By LAUREN JOHNSTON CBSIAP July 9, 2003, 8:11AM ||İTEsngEm ng Iraq Wrong White House Admits WMD Error THE STRUGGLE FOR IRAQ Official: U.S. calls off search for lraqi February 22, 2016-4:52 PM ET Heard on All Things Considered Wa Wednesday, January 12, 2005 Posted: 9:21 PM EST (0221 GMT) WASHING TON (CNN) -- U.S inspectors have ended their search for weapons of mas destruction in Iraq in rec we told CNN vert.wmd.search.2003.jpg gence official HOME NEWS wORLD MID Iraq war: the greatest intelligence failure in living memory On the tenth anniversary of the Iraq war, Panorama's Peter Taylor reveals the ould have changed the ources close to Saddam Hussein whose intellige course of historV Nuclear Atomic Atom Flag Weapons fShare/Tweet/Reddit/F Flipboard/@Email 10 years later, many see Amid questions about prewar intelligence, the White House is acknowledging that President Bush was incorrect when he said in his State of the Union address that Iraq recently had sought significant quantities of uranium in Africa. Claims about Saddam's weapons of mass destruction were a primary justification for the war, but U.S. forces have yet to find any such weapons. The House and Senate intelligence panels are looking into prewar intelligence on Iraq and how it was used by the Bush administration Dan Nowicki, The Arizona Republ Published 3:00 a.m. ET Ma 201 | Updated 3:43 a.m. ET March 17, 2013 Gen. Michael Hayden, the former head of the National Security Agency and the CIA, testifies before Congress last August. In an interview with NPR, Hayden says the intelligence agencies, not the White House, were responsible for getting it wrong when they concluded that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction prior to the U.S. invasion in 2003 Alex Wong/Getty Images The U.S. suffered more than 4,480 deaths and 32,000 wounded during the Iraq War, which opened 10 years ago this week.
Being Alone, America, and Anaconda: It looks like many here are denying Russian interference in the US election, and in politics in general. That's a problem. Let me tell you just a few facts that will change your mind: There are 13 Russian dual citizens in the US senate alone Russian Americans account for 60% of donations to the GOP and 25% of donations to the DNC. All 20 of Trumps top donors are Russian and many are currently living in Russia or have houses there Russians have been expelled from over 100 nations throughout history due to their negative influence. Every national news outlet in America is owned by Russians, including most of the small town newspapers in the country. Zero of them endorsed Hillary for president. The one non-Russian owned cable news network in the country (MSNBC) just had their parent company bought by a Russian media empire. Despite being 20-30% of the student body at elite ivy league universities, and over 40% of all billionaires in the US, Russians only comprise about 0.3% of the United States Military. Before the 1970's, no American soldier had ever died fighting one of Russia's enemies. Since the 1970's, almost no American soldiers have died anywhere else. There exists a world Russian congress where Russians assemble from all over the world to plot about how to best advance the interests of Russians. .The entire Russian controlled media once went into a frenzy accusing Nancy Pelosi of Russaphobia after she did not stand and clap for Putin long enough during one of his addresses to Congress. Every candidate for president in the last 40 years (including Hillary) has had to give a grovelling speech to the American Russian Public Affairs Committee, which has the power to make or break a candidate with their powerful network of donors This is just the tip of the iceberg. Once you start looking into Russian collusion and influence, you will realize that the Russians control all aspects of our governing system and especially its foreign policy. This is something more people need to know about. After you get redlisted on this, it's impossible to read CNN articles on Russian election hacking and not burst into rage about how Drumpf isn't doing anything to stop it.
New York, Obama, and Soon...: The Jan. 6, 2017, meeting, held at Trump Tower, was a prime example. He was briefed that day by John O. Brennan, the C.Ι.Α. director, James R. Clapper Jr., the director of national intelligence; and Adm. Michael S Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency and the commander of United States Cyber Command. The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, was also there; after the formal briefing, he privately told Mr. Trump about the "Steele dossier." That report, by a former British intelligence officer, included uncorroborated salacious stories of Mr. Trump's activities during a visit to Moscow, which he denied The pattern of the D.N.C. hacks, and the theft of emails from John D. Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, fit the same pattern. Che Sew HorkEimes From the Start, Trump Has Muddied a Clear Message: Putin Interfered After the briefings, Mr. Trump issued a statement later that day that sought to spread the blame for the meddling. He said "Russia, China and other countries, outside groups and countries" were launching cyberattacks against American government, businesses and political organizations -including the D.N.C. They included stolen emails from the Democratic National Committee that had been seen in Russian military intelligence networks by the British, Dutch and American intelligence services. Officers of the Russian Still, Mr. Trump said in his statement, "there was absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election." Mr. Brennan later told Congress that he had no doubt where the attacks were coming from. had plotted with groups like WikiLeaks on how to release the email stash. And ultimately, several human sources had confirmed Mr. Putin's own role. "I was convinced in the summer that the Russians were trying to interfere in the election," he said in testimony in May 2017. "And they were very aggressive." That included one particularly valuable source, who was considered so sensitive that Mr. Brennan had declined to refer to it in any way in the Presidential Daily Brief during the final months of the Obama administration, as the Russia investigation intensified. For Mr. Trump, the messengers were as much a part of the problem as the message they delivered. ppointees Mr. Brennan and Mr. Clapper were both Obama administration a who left the government the day Mr. Trump was inaugurated. The new president soon took to portraying them as political hacks who had warped the intelligence to provide Democrats with an excuse for Mrs. Clinton's loss in the election. DIR. CLAPPER Instead, to keep the information from being shared widely, Mr. Brennan sent reports from the source to Mr. Obama and a small group of top national security aides in a separate, white envelope to assure its security James B. Comey, James R. Clapper Jr. and John O. Brennan at a Senate hearing on Russia's election interference in January 2017· Al Drago/The New York Times By David E. Sanger and Matthew Rosenberg Mr. Comey fared little better. He was fired in May 2017 after refusing to pledge his loyalty to Mr. Trump and pushing forward on the federal investigation into whether the Trump campaign had cooperated withh Russia's election interference. Mr. Trump and his aides were also given other reasons during the briefing to believe that Russia was behind the D.N.C. hacks. 101 July 18, 2018 The same Russian groups had been involved in cyberattacks on the State Department and White House unclassified email systems in 2014 and 2015, and in an attack on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. They had aggressively fought the N.S.A. against being ejected from the White House system, engaging in what the deputy director of the agency later called "hand to-hand combat" to dig in.