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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Gameface, Jan 19, 2019.
Seems fairly cut and dry to me.
Such BS that this coward Muller refuses to answer the questions. This guy is hiding on the fraud he and his staff committed.
Uh uh uh. Im not gonna get into that. Uh uh uh. Im not gonna get into that. Uh uh uh uh. Im not gonna get into that.
What a ****ing charade. No you ****ing clown get into it. Lets hear the truth you ****ing bitch.
I don't know, but Schiff was much better prepared, and basically much more info damaging to Trump emerged from the Intell hearing. I have no idea what effect, if any, it will have on the electorate, but in terms of drawing Mueller out, way better to see the day long hearings end with Schiff and Intell, then Nadler and Judiciary.
All these cowardly Democrats claim to want to know the truth but when it comes down to it then they really dont because they know this has all been a fraud.
Have you been following along these past 2 1/2 years? It's Mueller.
I just watched that. Really got to the heart of the whole thing.
Check out this ribbing.
Republicans tearing Muller a new one.
When you engage in fraud and injustice on the american people and the president for political reasons then you are a coward and a punk.
I dont care how his name is spellled he is a traitor to his country.
Decorated Marine Veteran
Sure, see how far that gets you.
True. His surname was originally Drumpf, and he did behave in a treasonous manner. And, he was a coward. His daddy paid a doctor to get him out of Vietnam.
You only care about serviceman when it serves you. The Democrats are known for disrespecting the military all the time. So nice try.
You can be brave at one point in your life and then turn into a cowardly treasonous traitor. Which is exactly who Muller is now.
Hack gonna hack
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Jesus. This is painful to watch.
Muller doesnt even know whats going on
Does it ever get old being Trump''s tampon?
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Well, guess we shouldn't let this bs slide.
I knew your take indicated you had not been following the lead up to Mueller's testimony. I decided to dig up some evidence as to those developments, involving Barr's letter to Mueller:
So, blame the lackey AG Barr for limiting what Mueller could talk about.
Mueller's opening statement refers to the letter AG Barr sent him just days ago, in his second point. Your take is built on your Deep State fiction. Or it's built on a fondness for trolling during peak news cycles...
In a prepared statement at the beginning of his testimony, the special counsel explained why he would not be able to answer many questions to members of the House Judiciary Committee.
“First, public testimony could affect several ongoing matters. In some of these matters, court rules or judicial orders limit the disclosure of information to protect the fairness of the proceedings. And consistent with longstanding Justice Department policy, it would be inappropriate for me to comment in any way that could affect an ongoing matter,” Mueller said, according to his prepared remarks.
“Second, the Justice Department has asserted privileges concerning investigative information and decisions, ongoing matters within the Justice Department, and deliberations within our office. These are Justice Department privileges that I will respect. The Department has released the letter discussing the restrictions on my testimony.”
“I am unable to address questions about the opening of the FBI’s Russia investigation, which occurred months before my appointment, or matters related to the so-called ‘Steele Dossier,’” he said, because the FBI continues to investigate.
“As I stated in May, I also will not comment on the actions of the Attorney General or of Congress. I was appointed as a prosecutor, and I intend to adhere to that role and to the Department’s standards that govern it.”
Nah I get it Red.
Funny how now it makes sense to follow laws.
When the Mueller report was redacted for the same reasons you and all the other Democrats threw fits and complained too.
Isnt this fun?
I've gone through the first session with the Judiciary Committee. Mueller seemed like he didn't want to be there and was barely familiar with the report his name is attached to. In fairness, he had a huge team at the FBI, and now he's being made a figurehead for the whole Bureau.
Mueller wouldn't touch anything to do with the origins of the FBI's Russia probe or the counter-intelligence against the Trump campaign staff, since it's apparently still under investigation by the Justice Department.
Morning session confirms that Mueller "did not exonerate" the president, something we already knew. Not sure any new substance has come out for me yet. The Dems on the committee just basically want to take a highlighter to things in the report.
Will watch the Intel Committee hearing.
This deserves a standing ovation.