Skip to comments.Georgian Businessman Releases Texts With Cohen That Were Left Out Of Mueller Report
Posted on 04/24/2019 5:30:27 PM PDT by ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas
A Georgian-American businessman is calling for a retraction of a footnote in the special counsels report that refers to a text message exchange with Michael Cohen about a rumored Trump sex tape.
Giorgi Rtskhiladzes lawyer sent a letter to the attorney general claiming that the Mueller report has glaring inaccuracies.
The report quoted a text message in which Rtskhiladze told Cohen he was stopping the flow of tapes of Trump. But in a text message left out of Muellers report, Rtskhiladze suggested he did not believe the rumor.
"We Strongly demand that a full and immediate retraction of these falsehoods should be issued forthwith to restore his good name, wrote A. Scott Bolden, a lawyer for Rtskhiladze.
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The Mueller is even a bigger piece of trash than we thought.
I was making a joke. You said it was a vague hint.
That is all you can do is parody these leftists idiots and ridicule them. Just laugh at their stupidity.
The fact is, Mueller LIED and misled the entire country with his despicable lies!
So we can assume that the entire report is full of misleading information then. Muller and his team of corrupt democrats behaved exactly as expected.
As Levin said over the weekend, half of the Mueller report 200 PAGES is rumor, lie, garbage, fiction with no supporting evidence. Yes, it is our $35 million dollar smear job. Written for the benefit of House psychos and mainstream media.
Can anybody elaborate on whether or not any Mueller investigation budget numbers have ever been released. I want to see the amounts paid to his henchmen by the taxpayers. I seem to remember spending reports being released by Kenneth Starr well before the Clinton Affair investigation was finished. Am I wrong?
In this forum, a lot of freepers have been identified as “Russian trolls” by Russophobia nuts who self-identified as “conservatives” or “patriots”.
So you don't think Hungarian spelling should appear even the least bit humorous to the average American eye, eh?
Sorry, but I can't help you with your problem of not having a sense of humor.
However, I see you have laid on the card table your hand of cherry-picked Hungarian names ---
Gabor, Gorka, David, Artur, Bela, Julia, Jakob ....
Fine. I will meet your bid, up the ante with my own cherry-picked list, and call:
How about the eminent Count Csikszentkiraly et Krasznahorka?
Or Frwssina or Leorijncz or Szilágyi or Császár?
Or Zwzanna or Meggyesfalvi or Szabolcsi or Potÿncza?
Or Izbugyai or Szíjgyártó or Jlonasszonnak from Sátoraljaújhely?
And oh yeah, it may not be a proper name, but it is nevertheless a Hungarian word:
I dare you to say that rapidly, 10 times in a row.
I rest my case.
The "sz" will probably throw any any non-Magyar speaker and unless you are taught how to say it as a baby - about 13, you'll never be able to.
And then you threw in one heck of long, non-name word ( your "joke" relied on names of people AND without any examples, the "joke" is in bad taste! ); German and Welsh have quite a few crazy, long, just about unpronounceable to the non-speaker of those languages too.
Mass. and N.H. have quite a few Welsh places names that someone, who knows/lives there. has to tell you how to pronounce, because the spellings are INSANE/worse than anything you posted. ;^)
I have a great sense of humor; your joke just wasn't really funny. Silly perhaps, confusing to those who have no idea what an Hungarian name looks or sounds like; but funny? Not really.
Forget knowing what an Hungarian or someone of Hungarian ancestry looks like, for the majority of Americans! Some might know a name here and there from old movies and/or T.V. shows ( Ilona Massey, Bela Lugosi, Vilma Banki, Eva and Zsa Zsa Gabor, Ernie Kovacs, Mitzi Gaynor, Paul Lukas ), but they have seen many with Americanized or changed names, which I did not list.
The names, above, that I listed, wouldn't fit your "joke" at all. See? ;^)
Still, Muellers report wrongly identified Rtskhiladze as Russian, the letter says. In fact, he is from the Republic of GeorgiaIn my youth my circle of friends used to have a saying.
"You know what they say in southern Russia? Tough shitski...y'all".
Because they have gotten away with similar stuff for decades.
We have been lied to for decades while Progressives controlled all the dominant media.
Now conservatives can get out a little of their side of things.
I'd expect Judicial Watch to get them or else sue to get them if there is pushback.
> "The names, above, that I listed, wouldn't fit your "joke" at all."
Oh, but some of the names I found would fit just fine. Eg, a line on an eye chart like:
P O T Y N C Z A
And whether you can prove that no such eye chart exists is irrelevant to the humor. Humor exaggerates greatly by painting scenarios that haven't and can't happen. It wouldn't be nearly as funny if it didn't.
Imagine sitting in a room while everyone else is laughing at a punch line and saying, "Hey, that's not funny! Because it's not possible this could happen, so it's just silly. Everyone knows dogs can't talk! So I don't understand why you all think it's funny?"
Yes, humor is in the eye of the beholder. And you are the only one who ever told me they didn't think that one was funny.
Here's an example of how humor is perceived: There's a very funny short audio clip that makes fun of engineers (google "theknack.wav") that I've played for people or forwarded them since around 1995-6. Everyone, especially including engineers, have thought it was funny.
The only time I ever heard otherwise was from my sister, who was playing it for a number of her co-workers, who included mostly soft IT people, data entry people, and exactly one engineer. Everyone laughed heartily at it, except the engineer, who thought it wasn't funny at all. No doubt it was the context of the group of listeners that made him perceive it that way. I think if he was in a group of fellow engineers who heard it, and everyone else thought it funny, he would have as well. FYI, here's one location: The Knack, sound file (wav)
The latest reporting is here... last report goes from May 2017 to September 2017
Yes, the Hungarians have nothing on the Welsh when it comes to long place names.
I can't believe I actually once traveled out of my way to stop at the Welsh village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch just so I could say I've been there and buy a few postcards.
You said they have been getting away with it for decades
Which is true but I just have to laugh about Kamela Harris.
Here she is finally a senator from California.
She has been watching the goings-on and is so excited
Because now she can get away with all that stuff.
And what happens?
President Donald J Trump!
Just when she was about to really cash in and cause some trouble too.
And all that sex she gave out was for nothing.
Kamela Harris just cracks me up.
It’s even very possible that she committed crimes.
If she did it’s very possible she can go to jail.
Just when she had finally become a senator.
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