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This is great. On the day that a security report was put together to give to the president to inform him that Russia was paying a bounty on dead American soldiers in Afghanistan, not only did he not read the briefing like he never reads his briefings, he was meeting with diamond & silk.
 

 

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1 hour ago, HipKat said:

This is great. On the day that a security report was put together to give to the president to inform him that Russia was paying a bounty on dead American soldiers in Afghanistan, not only did he not read the briefing like he never reads his briefings, he was meeting with diamond & silk.
 

Why would Trump bother to read the daily Presidential briefing like every other President before him? 

And meeting with Diamond and Silk shows how incompetent Trump is as a President. 

Why not meet up with David Icke and Alex Jones?

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L*t is a loser

 

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why would he do anything about it?

putin got hm elected the first time, with assists from hillary and BLM

im sure hes counting on putin trying the same social network fueled influencing that swung the critical states to him by razor thin margins. it depends on how much patriots behind the scenes worked without his knowledge to stop or slow that ability that could easily decide the next election

do you really think don would stop at anything to get reelected? hes already killed thousands by encouraging the economies to reopen so he can get the stock market rolling again. i honestly believe he would start a war a month before the election to get the chest beating vote, which would come out in large numbers in that scenario. he has no fucking morals, people. he has the ego of the alpine mountains. even if he doesnt really want the job, he wants it bc he doesnt want to lose. hes a psychopath with diminishing mental abilities. hes very dangerous

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Afghan Contractor Handed Out Russian Cash to Kill Americans, Officials Say - FULL STORY

He was a lowly drug smuggler, neighbors and relatives say, then ventured into contracting, seeking a slice of the billions of dollars the U.S.-led coalition was funneling into construction projects in Afghanistan.

But he really began to show off his wealth in recent years, after establishing a base in Russia, though how he earned those riches remained mysterious. On his regular trips home to northern Afghanistan, he drove the latest model cars, protected by bodyguards, and his house was recently upgraded to a four-story villa.

 

Now Rahmatullah Azizi stands as a central piece of a puzzle rocking Washington, named in American intelligence reports and confirmed by Afghan officials as a key middleman who for years handed out money from a Russian military intelligence unit to reward Taliban-linked fighters for targeting American troops in Afghanistan, according to American and Afghan officials.

As security agencies connected the dots of the bounty scheme and narrowed in on him, they carried out sweeping raids to arrest dozens of his relatives and associates about six months ago, but discovered that Mr. Azizi had sneaked out of Afghanistan and was likely back in Russia. What they did find in one of his homes, in Kabul, was about half a million dollars in cash.

American and Afghan officials for years have maintained that Russia was running clandestine operations to undermine the U.S. mission in Afghanistan and aid the Taliban.

But they only recently concluded a Russian spy agency was paying bounties for killing coalition troops, including Americans, which the Kremlin and the Taliban have denied.

According to officials briefed on the matter, U.S. intelligence officials believe the program is run by Unit 29155, an arm of the Russian military intelligence agency known as the G.R.U. that has carried out assassinations and other operations overseas.

That a conduit for the payments would be someone like Mr. Azizi — tied to the American reconstruction effort, enmeshed in the regional netherworld, but not prominent enough to attract outside attention — speaks to the depth of Russia’s reach into the increasingly complicated Afghan battlefield, exploiting a nexus of crime and terror to strike blows with years of deniability.

The public revelation last week of that conclusion has touched off a political firestorm in Washington. White House officials said at first that President Trump was never briefed on the matter, but it emerged that the intelligence assessment was included in a written briefing to the president in late February, if not earlier.

As Democratic and Republican officials have expressed alarm at the news, and the administration’s lack of action in response, the White House has insisted that the information was uncertain.

Details of Mr. Azizi’s role in the bounty scheme were confirmed through a dozen interviews that included U.S. and Afghan officials aware of the intelligence and the raids that led to it; his neighbors and friends; and business associates of the middle men arrested on suspicion of involvement. All spoke on condition of anonymity to avoid retaliation.

U.S. intelligence reports named Mr. Azizi as a key middleman between the G.R.U. and militants linked to the Taliban who carried out the attacks. He was among those who collected the cash in Russia, which intelligence files described as multiple payments of “hundreds of thousands of dollars.” Those files were among the materials provided to Congress this week.

 


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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