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  • Acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker says Keystone Cop err meueller - again - that it's "almost over"

    Seems like we've heard this before haven't we ??

    It's over ?

    It's going to be finished up for real this time ?

    You're not going to start combing through the carpet like a crack addict looking for "new findings" for the next 5 years ?

    You sure ???????????????????


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    The probe of possible Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, is wrapping up, Acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker told reporters on Monday.

    "I've been fully briefed on the investigation and I look forward to Director Mueller delivering the final report," he said at a press conference on U.S. charges against China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd. "Right now the investigation is I think close to being completed and I hope that we can get the report from Director Mueller as soon as possible."

    ......


    https://www.newsmax.com/headline/mue.../28/id/900175/

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    • Libtards and other democraps cannot allow Mueller to conclude his charade. They, the media, and the rest of the Trump-haters have to keep the specter of impropriety alive until the election... because they got bupkus! Mueller comes out NOW and basically shows his carnival for what it is, the haters are shown for the mindless drones they are.

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      • We have a real problem here.

        It never was president Trump.

        It was & is corruption, all the way to the top of organizations like the Dept. of Justice and the FBI.

        This MUST be taken care of, or we're not going to like where it ends up taking America

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        Unless the Mueller investigation is terminated and we address the real scandal in our government -- corruption at the top levels of the DoJ and FBI -- we can kiss the American system of justice goodbye.

        https://www.americanthinker.com/arti...he_people.html

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        • Truth is coming out.

          "..if any Justice Department official mentioned the amendment in connection with Trump, that person has "committed a grievous offense against the Constitution."

          Exactly what was done !

          Another leftist attack, motivated by hate, against America !!

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          If former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe is telling the truth with his claims that officials in the Department of Justice discussed using the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office, that could be considered be an attempted "coup d'tat," Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said Thursday.

          McCabe confirmed for the first time in a CBS interview that there were high-level discussions at the Justice Department about recruiting Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office in the aftermath of former FBI Director James Comey's firing.

          The discussions also included speculation about which Cabinet members could be on board with the idea, McCabe said in an interview with CBS's Scott Pelley for "60 Minutes" that will be aired on Sunday.

          McCabe, who was fired from the FBI last March, also said he ordered an investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice as a way to preserve ongoing inquiries into Russian election meddling in case there was an effort to terminate them.

          The 25th amendment is about Woodrow Wilson having a stroke," Dershowitz told Fox News' Tucker Carlson. "Its about a president being shot and not being able to perform his office. Its not about the most fundamental disagreements. Its not about impeachable offenses."

          He added that if any Justice Department official mentioned the amendment in connection with Trump, that person has "committed a grievous offense against the Constitution."

          Trump quoted Dershowitz in a tweet, after the retired professor told Carlson that "trying to use the 25th Amendment to try and circumvent an election is a despicable act of unconstitutional power grabbing...which happens in third world countries. You have to obey the law. This is an attack on our system & Constitution.

          The amendment was adopted in 1967, after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and Dershowitz said its provisions are clear.

          "That's why you need two-thirds of the House and two-thirds of the Senate agreeing, and it has to be on the basis of medical or psychological incapacity, and not on the basis of even the most extreme crimes which there is no evidence were committed," said Dershowitz. "But even if they were, that would not be a basis for invoking the 25th Amendment."


          https://www.newsmax.com/politics/der.../15/id/902850/





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          • The entire 'Russian Collusion' narrative is fabricated.
            The 'news' (political propaganda) media has been gaslighting everyone who'll believe them on this.

            Yet, the only consistent response from both sides of the political aisle in DC has been 'No evidence of Collusion'.

            Yet, some, keep the gaslighting fire lite for this.

            The sole purpose of the Mueller 'investigation' is to protect the the politically biased in DOJ / FBI (and up the chain to the then White House) by keeping the everyone's attention on Trump.

            So then you wonder why the big media splash with CNN and the over done FBI raid on Stone's house?
            Mueller 'illegally gave CNN Stone indictment details' - WND - WND.com
            https://www.wnd.com/2019/02/mueller-...tment-details/
            4 days ago - This proved that CNN illegally obtained a copy of the grand jury indictment, and ... indictment, enabling news media to attend and witness Stone's 6 a.m. arrest. ... The Gateway Pundit said the illegal leaking of the documents by the office of ...

            Trump lashes out after Roger Stone arrest: 'Human Traffickers are ...
            https://www.cnbc.com/.../trump-responds-to-roger-stone-arrest-human-traffickers-are-...
            Jan 25, 2019 - President Trump ties Roger Stone's arrest to the ongoing fight over U.S. ... CNN says it was not tipped off about Stone's arrest, just made an educated guess. ... to leak damaging information about Hillary Clinton just before the 2016 election. ... The president argues that these migrants bringillegal drugs, traffic in human ...

            Stone Demands Hearing On Conspiracy Theory Mueller Tipped Off ...
            https://talkingpointsmemo.com/.../stone-request-cnn-mueller-conspiracy-theory
            4 days ago - Trump Policy Of Returning Asylum Seekers To Mexico Is Illegal, Lawsuit ... StoneDemands Hearing On Conspiracy Theory Mueller Tipped Off CNN About Arrest ... that prosecutors gave any members of the media a heads up about Stone's arrest. ... they were not in contempt by allegedly leaking his indictment to the press. BREAKING: COURT DOCUMENTS REVEAL Special Counsel's Office ...

            So why did the FBI illegally leak the details of Stone's arrest to CNN? Why did the FBI descend on Stone's house with SWAT shock troops?

            Russian Collusion: It Was Hillary Clinton All Along

            Hmm, didn't hear much about this story. I suspect that you never will, at least not from the 'news' (political propaganda) media.

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            • It's been an ongoing, lengthy dog-n-pony show with no other purpose than to make trouble for the current president.

              One has to wonder if this will be a new trend, a new 'thing" that every president now gets to experience ?

              A media propaganda hate fest about every new presi... wait a second ... No, the media would do no such thing to a democrat president.

              Would they ???

              Never-mind that theory LOL

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              • Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
                It's been an ongoing, lengthy dog-n-pony show with no other purpose than to make trouble for the current president.

                One has to wonder if this will be a new trend, a new 'thing" that every president now gets to experience ?

                A media propaganda hate fest about every new presi... wait a second ... No, the media would do no such thing to a democrat president.

                Would they ???

                Never-mind that theory LOL
                Wonderful interview on 60 minutes tonight with Andrew McCabe leaving little doubt that Trump is a Russian asset. The findings of his investigation of Trump are now in Muller's hands

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                • Originally posted by redrover View Post
                  Wonderful interview on 60 minutes tonight with Andrew McCabe leaving little doubt that Trump is a Russian asset. The findings of his investigation of Trump are now in Muller's hands
                  Do you seriously think that were Trump a 'Russian asset' that he'd have been allowed to remain in office?
                  The evidence of such would have been presented to the public, would they have not?

                  Given the often strong positions Trump has taken against Russian interests, that this is indicative of his being a Russian asset?

                  Seriously?

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                  • Originally posted by redrover View Post
                    Wonderful interview on 60 minutes tonight with Andrew McCabe leaving little doubt that Trump is a Russian asset. The findings of his investigation of Trump are now in Muller's hands
                    You mean the Andrew McCabe who is Hillary Clintons and the democrats Asset, whom Trump canned? THAT Andrew McCabe? Who was interviewed on the democrat toady network, CBS?

                    SUUUURRE... I trust him, and them.

                    <rolled eyes>

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                    • Originally posted by DavidSF View Post

                      You mean the Andrew McCabe who is Hillary Clintons and the democrats Asset, whom Trump canned? THAT Andrew McCabe? Who was interviewed on the democrat toady network, CBS?

                      SUUUURRE... I trust him, and them.

                      <rolled eyes>
                      To be fair, it was the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility office that appropriately canned McCabe for his inappropriate conduct while in office.

                      Didn't know that he was a Clinton asset, but doesn't surprise me, much as Clinton and Comey have been crossing paths and doing favors for decades, ever since White Water, if I recall.

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                      • They're shown to be incorrect, then don't mention it.

                        [ "Even though the media purposely ignored the news, D'Agostino says the public needs to know that Democrats on the committee agreed there is no material evidence of collusion.

                        Yet the mainstream media, absent that news, will keep stringing along the narrative that the Mueller team or congressional Democrats, or New York state "resistance" fighters, will find something to stick to the president."
                        ]


                        Hoping that many aren't paying enough attention to know that this "Trump & Russia" thing is nonsense.

                        Is this Meuller dingbat STILL out there limping around looking for a Russian ?

                        He will be AS LONG AS TRUMP IS PRESIDENT.

                        Even though it's garbage....

                        This Meuller asshat will be out there searching for something he knows doesn't exist, just to create doubt in the ignorant ...

                        ... and give HOPE to the hateful.

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                        If you missed the blockbuster news late last week that a U.S. Senate committee failed to find Trump-Russia collusion, there is a reason you missed it: the mainstream media stayed quiet.

                        Since President Donald Trump took office in 2017, ABC, CBS and NBC have spent 2,202 minutes reporting on allegations of collusion according to media watchdog Media Research Center.

                        All totaled, that's nearly 37 hours trying to convince America that the 2016 election result amounts to a fraud perpetrated by the Kremlin and the current U.S. president, who is often described by the Left as a "stooge" of Vladamir Putin.


                        "If you look at what specifically goes into that coverage," says MRC analyst Bill D'Agostino, "it's all spent kind of implying or outright saying that the president has been colluding with Russia."

                        U.S. Sen. Bill Burr, who chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee, said last week that the committee's probe is now in its third year and there is no evidence of collusion after 200 witnesses and 300,000 pages of documents, Politico reported last week.

                        Burr has claimed there is bipartisnaship among Republicans and Democrats, who are led by Vice Chair Mark Warner.

                        Even though the media purposely ignored the news, D'Agostino says the public needs to know that Democrats on the committee agreed there is no material evidence of collusion.

                        Yet the mainstream media, absent that news, will keep stringing along the narrative that the Mueller team or congressional Democrats, or New York state "resistance" fighters, will find something to stick to the president.

                        D'Agostino says the only other choice they have is to admit they've been wrong all along.

                        "Trump came along and didn't apologize for things that they would attack him on. He would double down, he would stick to his guns," says the MRC analyst. "And when they found that that wasn't actually destroying him, that was very alarming to them."


                        https://onenewsnow.com/media/2019/02...a-didnt-report

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                        • Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
                          They're shown to be incorrect, then don't mention it.

                          [ "Even though the media purposely ignored the news, D'Agostino says the public needs to know that Democrats on the committee agreed there is no material evidence of collusion.

                          Yet the mainstream media, absent that news, will keep stringing along the narrative that the Mueller team or congressional Democrats, or New York state "resistance" fighters, will find something to stick to the president."
                          ]


                          Hoping that many aren't paying enough attention to know that this "Trump & Russia" thing is nonsense.

                          Is this Meuller dingbat STILL out there limping around looking for a Russian ?

                          He will be AS LONG AS TRUMP IS PRESIDENT.

                          Even though it's garbage....

                          This Meuller asshat will be out there searching for something he knows doesn't exist, just to create doubt in the ignorant ...

                          ... and give HOPE to the hateful.

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                          If you missed the blockbuster news late last week that a U.S. Senate committee failed to find Trump-Russia collusion, there is a reason you missed it: the mainstream media stayed quiet.

                          Since President Donald Trump took office in 2017, ABC, CBS and NBC have spent 2,202 minutes reporting on allegations of collusion according to media watchdog Media Research Center.

                          All totaled, that's nearly 37 hours trying to convince America that the 2016 election result amounts to a fraud perpetrated by the Kremlin and the current U.S. president, who is often described by the Left as a "stooge" of Vladamir Putin.


                          "If you look at what specifically goes into that coverage," says MRC analyst Bill D'Agostino, "it's all spent kind of implying or outright saying that the president has been colluding with Russia."

                          U.S. Sen. Bill Burr, who chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee, said last week that the committee's probe is now in its third year and there is no evidence of collusion after 200 witnesses and 300,000 pages of documents, Politico reported last week.

                          Burr has claimed there is bipartisnaship among Republicans and Democrats, who are led by Vice Chair Mark Warner.

                          Even though the media purposely ignored the news, D'Agostino says the public needs to know that Democrats on the committee agreed there is no material evidence of collusion.

                          Yet the mainstream media, absent that news, will keep stringing along the narrative that the Mueller team or congressional Democrats, or New York state "resistance" fighters, will find something to stick to the president.

                          D'Agostino says the only other choice they have is to admit they've been wrong all along.

                          "Trump came along and didn't apologize for things that they would attack him on. He would double down, he would stick to his guns," says the MRC analyst. "And when they found that that wasn't actually destroying him, that was very alarming to them."


                          https://onenewsnow.com/media/2019/02...a-didnt-report
                          Meh, The media is so leftist driven that it isn't just when Trump is president, it's when there's any non-leftist president.

                          As far down the rabbit hole of leftism the media has gone, they can no longer be reporters of facts or truth, but only as political propagandists. Heard reported today the 85% of the media, i.e. journalists, editors, editorials boards, etc, are all registered Democrats, so that they've turned hard left, along with the Democratic base, it's hardly a surprise that they can only muster political propaganda in the mistaken delusion that their opinions are on the same footing as facts, while at the same time anyone who has opinions other than what mirrors theirs, has facts that don't agree with their opinions, that's all 'just opinions'.

                          I've adopted simple principals:
                          * Don't believe the lying leftist media
                          * Always wait 24 to 48 hours before formulating any sort of opinion - facts often change the accuracy of what the leftist media is reporting

                          I'd suggest everyone to adopt these simple principals, it'll save you losing your credibility to unfounded fauxrage.

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                          • Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post

                            Meh, The media is so leftist driven that it isn't just when Trump is president, it's when there's any non-leftist president.

                            As far down the rabbit hole of leftism the media has gone, they can no longer be reporters of facts or truth, but only as political propagandists. Heard reported today the 85% of the media, i.e. journalists, editors, editorials boards, etc, are all registered Democrats, so that they've turned hard left, along with the Democratic base, it's hardly a surprise that they can only muster political propaganda in the mistaken delusion that their opinions are on the same footing as facts, while at the same time anyone who has opinions other than what mirrors theirs, has facts that don't agree with their opinions, that's all 'just opinions'.

                            I've adopted simple principals:
                            * Don't believe the lying leftist media
                            * Always wait 24 to 48 hours before formulating any sort of opinion - facts often change the accuracy of what the leftist media is reporting

                            I'd suggest everyone to adopt these simple principals, it'll save you losing your credibility to unfounded fauxrage.
                            Sad that we have to adopt & apply such principles though.

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                            • Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                              Sad that we have to adopt & apply such principles though.
                              There's a long history of yellow journalism.

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                              • "Citing unnamed sources"...

                                It's all going to come to an end soon...

                                ... but it's not.

                                "The report will not mark the end of legal scrutiny on Trump."

                                Of course it won't.

                                This crap will go on as long as Donald Trump is president. When that ends, so will all of this crap..

                                ..and it is crap, all of it.

                                "How much ultimately becomes public is unclear." ... and it's always going to be a 'mystery.'

                                Very secretive and mysterious, all for only one purpose.

                                To create doubt and questions about this president.

                                Pay back for all of the questions about our High Lord Obama's legitimacy to even BE the president, due to doubts about where he was born.

                                ... and the questions so many had about why he hid his school records etc...

                                Obamas revenge LOL

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                                Justice Department Preparing to Say it Has Received Mueller Report: CNN

                                The U.S. Department of Justice may announce as early as next week that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has given the attorney general his report on the federal Russia investigation, CNN said on Wednesday, citing unnamed sources.

                                After the expected announcement, U.S. Attorney General William Barr will review Mueller's findings and submit his own summary to Congress, CNN reported.
                                A Justice Department spokeswoman declined to comment on the CNN report. Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mueller, also declined to comment.

                                Democrats have been concerned that Barr, who has discretion over what is ultimately made public, will choose to limit disclosure, although the new attorney general has said he would seek to make public as much of Mueller's findings as he can.

                                Trump, responding to the CNN report on Wednesday, noted that decision would be up to Barr.

                                "That'll be totally up to the new attorney general," Trump told reporters at the White House as he prepared to meet Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.

                                The report will not mark the end of legal scrutiny on Trump.

                                Newly empowered Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives have said they plan to use Mueller's court filings to build a picture of wrongdoing by Trump advisers that can provide the basis for hearings.

                                The Mueller probe has also spawned several investigations that are being handled by other offices and will carry on even after Mueller's work is done.

                                Under special counsel regulations, Mueller must submit a confidential report to the attorney general explaining his prosecutorial decisions at the conclusion of his work.

                                The attorney general, in turn, is required to inform the judiciary committees of Congress about Mueller's report in the form of "brief notifications, with an outline of the actions and the reasons for them."

                                How much ultimately becomes public is unclear.

                                Barr, who was confirmed by the Senate last week, said during his confirmation hearings that he would make public as many of Mueller's findings as he can but stopped short of promising to release the entire report.


                                https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/mu.../20/id/903539/

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