• Rudy Giuliani: Nothing wrong wiith taking information from the Russians
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https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/439895-giuliani-nothing-wrong-with-campaign-taking-information-from-russians President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that there was "nothing wrong" with a campaign accepting help from Russia. "There’s nothing wrong with taking information from Russians," Giuliani told CNN host Jake Tapper on "State of the Union." "It depends on where it came from," he added. "You're assuming that the giving of information is a campaign contribution." Tapper pushed back on Giuliani's claim, questioning whether Giuliani would accept information from Russians against a candidate if he were running for office. "I probably wouldn't. I wasn't asked," Giuliani responded. "I would have advised, just out of excess of caution, don't do it."  "But you're saying there was nothing wrong with doing that," Tapper interjected.  "There's no crime," Giuliani replied. "We're going to get into morality? That isn't what prosecutors look at — morality."
Cool, you'll hang too.
You're assuming that the giving of information is a campaign contribution." what is in-kind donation for 400, alex.
"Okay, we did it, but there's nothing wrong with what we did." It's like clockwork.
I don't know if these neocon scumbags realize that a political setting where foreign interference is happily accepted is going to cause a ton of problems for them later on.
They complain about George Soros but happily accept help from Putin. They're in for a very rude awakening if they succeed in setting this up as the new normal.
Not really, the guys who would do the things needed to move an election benefit from neocons in the office, and the countries that benefit from democrats wouldn't risk being caught. its asymmetrical, the gop has no morals and everything that benefits them is fine, if the gop lost because of election interference then they'd finally push to fix it but until then its a feature.
So it's okay to do but you would also advise against it? Which is it, Rudy? Is it okay or not?
Not really, they're hoping to establish a Russia 2 where they can just kill the opposition
"and if we did it, it's not wrong."
The information was illegally obtained, correct? Last I checked, breaking into someone's house (sans cases where police and a warrant are involved) to obtain evidence of a crime is still "breaking and entering" and, therefor, a crime.
seems they just want to move the country to a point where their political enemies are killed by lone wolf fanatics, elections don't matter because the outcome has been predecided through rigging, and corruption is commonplace and accepted as a fact of life.
That's Russia
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