Twitter Twin Monday

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Roger Stone, a former adviser to Donald Trump, wrote on Saturday night that he has a “perfectly legal back channel” to Julian Assange, whose organization WikiLeaks published emails related to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign that intelligence agencies say were hacked by Russian intelligence. Stone then deleted the message.

While tweeting his support of the president’s unsubstantiated claims that Barack Obama tried to undermine the Trump campaign, Stone directed a series of angry and abusive messages at a scientist who questioned him.

In one post, later deleted, Stone said he had “never denied perfectly legal back channel to Assange who indeed had the goods on #CrookedHillary”.

He also invited challengers to file libel suits against him, saying: “Bring it! Would enjoy crush u in court and forcing you to eat shit – you stupid ignorant ugly bitch!”

Stone sent similar, profanity-laced messages to other critics of the president, including author JK Rowling, whom he suggested should take refugees and migrants into her own home. Stone then deleted the tweets.

Hours later, he added: “Just nothing better than calling out liberal jerk offs on Twitter. We won, you lost. You’re done!”

@ TG

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11 Responses to Twitter Twin Monday

  1. micki says:

    Wayne LaPierre must be gloating! Congress, with Trump’s approval, has erased existing legislation by lifting regulations related to coal mining and oil and gas exploration, as well as the sale of guns to the mentally ill.

    The NRA objected to a rule that would require the Social Security Administration to turn over records to the Department of Justice on individuals who are considered disabled as a result of mental illness, and so would be disqualified from buying a gun. The NRA, along with other groups, argued this rule would unfairly prevent many people who are not prone to violence from possessing a gun.

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  2. Den says:

    2″ of snow here this AM, more coming, satellite dish once again, glad I left the ladder out yesterday.

    NRA = Not Really Americans

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    • Carol ٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶ says:

      I wonder why you have to clean off your satellite at the drop of a hat, and we never do. Our dish is on the north side of the roof just above the gutter looking up the ascending roof toward the SW sky.

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  3. Carol ٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶ says:

    Had lunch with Jill yesterday as I said I would, the Margaritas were delicious.

    Pete, Sara and Nicholas were over our house when I got home. Good thing I cooked a couple days ago, plenty of leftovers so I fed them. They left early, about 5:15. Bob and I then watched a movie.

    HOORAY!!! Someone in the FB news feed this afternoon posted an article from the Detroit Free Press. I clicked on the link to see what would happen. The Freep opened! From that article I clicked on their HOME, front page opened, I opened all the articles I wanted to read in NEW TABS and went thru them.

    Closed the site then tried the Lansing State Journal. It opened, so I tried the Freep again and it opened. Gannett fixed their problem, thank goodness.

    Mozilla was right. If after cleaning the cache, the cookies, if a website STILL doesn’t open, it’s the site’s fault.

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  4. Carol ٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶ says:

    Dr. Ben Carson, what a putz. Referred to slaves as immigrants.

    Trump, in insane mode, accused Obama of “tapping his wires.” Mental midget in the White House.
    It’s a good thing one can’t get arrested for thoughts that flit through one’s mind.

    New travel ban, still a Muslim ban and I hope a judge blocks that one, too.

    The best shows on TV for the news are The Daily Show, Real Time With Bill Maher, Last Week Tonight w/ John Oliver and Full Frontal w/ Samantha Bee. I never miss any of them.

    I’ve added the monologue of The Late Show w/ Stephen Colbert. He cracks me up every day.

    On her way to work, Jill got hit by a deer on the freeway. Two of them standing there, one ran forward as she came up to them. It all happened so fast, not much she could do and encountering a deer on the back roads here worries her, seeing one on the freeway has always been her worst nightmare. She’s ok, the deer, unknown, her right side headlight and grill up to the center of the SUV are broken, and later she learned she couldn’t open the passenger door. She said she was going 80 mph. Although I wouldn’t drive that fast, she says she does just to keep up with traffic.

    Brian told her just the other day she should be driving the Corvette to work. Besides her not being comfortable driving it, she’s afraid of hitting a deer in it. She pointed that out to Brian, today, “See?”

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  5. David B. Benson says:

    Roger Stone: another mad man @ work.

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  6. David B. Benson says:

    The same route in a more respectable 48 minutes. Very short grass and ferns have decided spring has arrived; vibrant green. One magpie in the old evergreen. Nippy breeze.

    Day 2: 50+48=98 minutes.

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  7. David B. Benson says:

    Another day of entropy increase.

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  8. David B. Benson says:

    Is this the future?
    http://www.futuristspeaker.com/job-opportunities/25-shocking-predictions-about-the-coming-driverless-car-era-in-the-u-s/

    Motorcycles banned from roads, restricted to motorcycle parks…

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