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  1. You should stick to the "big news" with which you're familiar. Like Whozthat Cureton moving to safety.
  2. Stop listening to Trump, Hannity or whatever other self-servers are weighing in on this. Mueller didn't get that info because of Trump, Mueller got that info IN SPITE of Trump. Many members of Trump's WH are going to come out of this smelling like a rose. In addition to Sessions and McGahn, Tillerson, Mattis and Haley come to mind. However, guys like Barr, Flynn, Miller, Pruitt and Whitaker are going to come out smelling like shit.
  3. Agreed. You Republicans should feel vindicated by Mueller's report insofar as it shows that although the resident of the White House is a foul, low IQ, ignorant buffoon, and although that person has fired dozens of other Republicans, unlike Trump, most of those Republicans genuinely care more about our country than they do about self-aggrandizement.
  4. I don't think you understood mugtang's point. I think his point was - and mine would be - that Mueller was disinclined to find obstruction because the weight of the evidence would not have allowed for an indictment.
  5. Sorry but that's just plain wrong. What Mueller said was he didn't have sufficient evidence to meet the criminal standard. That's yugely different than saying he had none.
  6. I honestly appreciate your attempts at objectivity. That's considerably different than the FoxNews-inspired BS that a number of others here have accepted hook, line and sinker. That said, "the report" = what Mueller said; not what Barr said. BARR may have opined there isn't enough evidence to indict Trump on obstruction charges but MUELLER never said any such thing. Indeed, as I pointed out at the top of p. 15 of the other thread, Trump now realizes Mueller not only didn't "exonerate" him of anything except "collusion" (as Barr called it half a dozen times yesterday in parroting Trump's non-legal term), Mueller said that but for McGahn and others in the White House refusing to implement many improper orders from Trump, added to the 10 acts Mueller cited in saying some evidence of obstruction in fact exists would have been other evidence which could have tipped the scales for Mueller to have made a finding of the requisite intent for obstruction. You may have decided you dislike all Democrats. If so, I think that's sad. I agree a number of them are slimeballs but certainly not all are nor even a majority. I also don't think all Republicans on Capitol Hill are scum and as I've said, I've now gained huge respect for McGahn and I had already gained respect for Sessions. I may disagree with the two on half of their policy positions but both have shown they care about the rule of law. I'm now convinced the opposite is true of Barr who communicated to Trump via that position paper of a year and a half ago that if the prez would appoint him to replace Sessions, unlike Sessions, he would do Trump's bidding and in mischaracterizing the Mueller report, he has done exactly that.
  7. Exactly. And the statute doesn't require them to need a reason. Of course, as Trump's newest spokeshole Mick Mulvaney said, they'll never get them. Because Trump will refuse to provide the returns thereby compelling Ways and Means to go to court to enforce its subpoena, and just like Mueller decided that going to court to get Trump to testify before his people would have been more disruptive to the country than the benefit which might result from him testifying, a federal court will weigh the equities and decide not to compel Trump to turn them over.
  8. Trump also cleared on obstruction of justice? Seriously?
  9. The report also contains a summary of a Trump meeting with Don McGahn. During that meeting, Trump asked McGahn why he was taking notes, saying "his" other attorneys (Trump mentioned the disbarred Roy Cohn and was apparently also referring to the now admitted criminal and also disbarred Michael Cohen) never took notes when he spoke with them. McGahn replied, "I'm a REAL attorney."
  10. https://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-mueller-report-subpoena-judiciary-20190419-story.html From another article on the front page of that commie pinko authoritarian, lying, yadda, yadda fishwrap: Trump's efforts to obstruct the investigation "were often carried out through one-on-one meetings in which the president sought to use his official power outside of usual channels," Mueller wrote. "The president's efforts to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful, but that is largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests," the special counsel continued. * * * The report says Mueller's team unearthed "multiple acts by the president that were capable of exerting undue influence over law enforcement investigations, including the Rus[her]-interference and obstruction investigations." The report is a yuuuuuge win for the president!!! Total exoneration!!!
  11. A bowl in Sacto would be a good location for the MWC. However, let's get real. The opponent would always be a team from the MAC, CUSA or the Sun Belt.
  12. It's $$ much better spent than what was wasted on a spartan upgrade of about 1/4 of their football stadium. Here's SJSU's former president making the last such announcement: https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=mcafee&p=wrong+way+corrigan#id=3&vid=301fc625c58d30de2fe28d98724cc455&action=click
  13. Okie dokie, I'll give it to you slow, Smokey. Devin Nunes is a dumb phuck. But this woman seems to adore him: https://www.thedailybeast.com/laura-ingrahams-brother-goes-to-war-against-her And speaking of pricks, it's high time the ones on FoxNews are called out for being exactly that.
  14. You seemed to have been improving but this ^ ^ ^ is definitely regression. Let us guess. Although your favorite president said this morning that he was having a great day with release of the Mueller report, almost none of which he read because we know he doesn't read shit, now that so many things in the report unfavorable to Trump have been pointed out, YOU had a bad day?
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