Did Jeff Sessions know about Don. Jr's Russian lawyer meeting, and therefore commit perjury in his testimony last month? Someone should start looking for evidence that Sessions was aware of this meeting prior to his testimony.

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Kilosqrd's picture
Kilosqrd 9 weeks 5 days ago
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A meeting that took place in June 2016? Trump wasn't even nominated yet and Sessions was still a Senator.

Is this a serious question or are you just ignorant of the facts?

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rs allen 9 weeks 5 days ago
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Yeah, someone is sure ignorant of the facts Dope Squared, but it ain't the OP.

It's been reported by many outlets that the cracker sessions had meetings with Russian officals as early as April of '16' and perhaps even earlier........They're (congress) still investigating. Why do you think the racist sessions had to recuse himself from the Russia investigations?

Because he lied to congress in his comformation hearings about contacts that's why.

Kilosqrd's picture
Kilosqrd 9 weeks 2 days ago
#3

So rs, what is the supposed crime committed? I'm waiting.

DdC's picture
DdC 8 weeks 6 days ago
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Ignorant Jeff:
The blind leading the deaf and dumbed down

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They lowered the bar and the cockroaches entered.

Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.
—Aldous Huxley

Willful ignorance is the state and practice of ignoring any sensory input that appears to contradict one’s inner model of reality. At heart, it is almost certainly driven by confirmation bias.

It differs from the standard definition of “ignorance“ — which just means that one is unaware of something — in that willfully ignorant people are fully aware of facts, resources and sources, but refuse to acknowledge them. Indeed, calling someone "ignorant" shouldn’t really be a pejorative, but intentional and willful ignorance is an entirely different matter. In practice though, the word "ignorance" has often come to mean "willful ignorance", and indeed, in many non-English languages, the word based on the same stem ("ignore") actually carries that meaning.

It is sometimes referred to as tactical stupidity. ☛ continued

We cannot, by total reliance on law, escape the duty to judge right and wrong… There are good laws and there are occasionally bad laws, and it conforms to the highest traditions of a free society to offer resistance to bad laws, and to disobey them.
— Alexander Bickel
Constitutional scholar

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