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Mueller, Trump, and ´two years of bulls*it´

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Posted By: MissMolly, 4/19/2019 5:34:33 AM

Late last month President Trump met with a group of Republican senators on Capitol Hill. He discussed a lot of topics, but his most memorable comment came when he called Trump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller´s investigation "two years of bulls*it." Now, the public has Mueller´s 448-page report, and it tends to support the president´s assessment. In this sense: At its heart, the Trump-Russia probe was about one question: Did the Trump campaign conspire, coordinate, or collude with Russia to influence the 2016 election? Mueller has concluded that did not happen.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Kerryman 4/19/2019 5:42:38 AM (No. 38596)
Just what Justice are you obstructing if there is no crime?

Semper Fi
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Reply 2 - Posted by: OBX Pete 4/19/2019 6:21:06 AM (No. 38602)
Mueller, in my opinion, very cleverly wrote his report to take the heat off his dem buddies by saying that there was no collusion with Russia by Trump or his campaign "or ANY OTHER AMERICAN". I think we all know by now that Hillary and her minions were up to their necks in collusion with the Russians in an attempt to keep Trump out of office.

This is the same old trick that the dems have been using for years ………..accusing their opponents of doing exactly what THEY are doing. This was Mueller´s closing shot since he could not find any collusion by Trump or his people. It is time to investigate Mueller´s efforts in trying so hard to find something incriminating against Trump and ruining the lives of many people along the way.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: M2 4/19/2019 6:31:05 AM (No. 38599)
All of that to cover up Obama´s and Hillary‘s involvement in a coup d’état.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: George R. 4/19/2019 6:44:32 AM (No. 38593)
York came out from under his rock into the sunlight? Where´ Kristol, Conway, Goldberg, etal?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 4/19/2019 7:51:37 AM (No. 38588)
Sundance at CTH describes Byron as a writer for "the crustless, triangle-shaped sandwich crowd."

So - - by now even crustless, triangle-shaped sandwich eaters may be coming around to join the MAGA crowd.

Let´s try to stifle our laughs as we welcome them.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: PostAway 4/19/2019 8:14:45 AM (No. 38603)
The President, who normally hits the bee sting with the dart, missed describing this one by a mile. It wasn’t BS, it was treason. Mueller’s report exonerated Trump and his campaign (I think. It’s apparently open to interpretation by the MSM and Democrats) while appearing to close the door on the whole thing. But I, at least, want to know more. A whole lot more. Like how are two radical Muslim women in Congress and why are millions of illegal aliens allowed to roam the country at will and with deadly effect with more coming at a dizzying pace while Democrat leadership is doing their best to disarm law-abiding Americans? Like how could Secretary of State Clinton be allowed to authorize selling 1/4 of American uranium to Russia in return for cash and not be investigated herself? Like how there was so much justified confusion about the background of an American President with no attendant investigation? Like how come conservatives can be beaten up, shouted down and assaulted without penalty? We’re reeling around scratching our heads at all this and meanwhile our rights are shrinking and illegals keep pouring in to outnumber us and nullify our vote.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Newtsche 4/19/2019 8:27:17 AM (No. 38580)
"ANY OTHER AMERICAN..."

Maybe if Mueller had focused on "other Americans", he would have found something.

And maybe if future investigations looked at others, truths would be revealed and -- hold on to your hats -- Mueller´s effort would be exposed for the hack job it was.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Truth Czar 4/19/2019 8:29:23 AM (No. 38581)
York´s writing is bulls*it.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Marjbaldwin 4/19/2019 8:35:07 AM (No. 38585)
In the course of the entirely bogus "investigation" against the president, the many and serious and treasonous crimes of his (and our) Deep State enemies have been coming to light.

Perhaps - just perhaps - that was the master plan all along...? Do not play 3D chess with Trump.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: swarfer 4/19/2019 8:37:52 AM (No. 38600)
Virtually no liberal democrat politician could survive such an investigation.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: chillijilli 4/19/2019 8:41:20 AM (No. 38586)
Look at who or what´s missing... it´s a giant giveaway as to whom the Demos are protecting and why. Where´s Hillary? Of all people, she should be leading the wild hysteria about obstruction. But she´s not. She´s totally silent and the sycophant media has no interest in asking her opinion even though Trump supposedly stole the election from her?
Her silence tells me all I need to know. She´s up to her wig in deep excrement and panic-stricken that Barr will follow through with an investigation of the dossier and FISA issues. She´ll be exposed as a pig in a poke in addition to the pig in a pantsuit she already is.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: brianod1 4/19/2019 8:51:46 AM (No. 38582)
Who is the bigger traitor, Benedict Arnold or Robert Mueller?
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Reply 13 - Posted by: gone2pot 4/19/2019 9:12:56 AM (No. 38587)
I know it will never happen, but everyone involved in this illegal coup to remove a duly elected president should be indicted, tried, convicted, sentenced to the maximum allowable, and serve those sentences, period, end of conversation.

Until then, the diarrhea and its putrid stench that Mueller, the press, the Marxists and especially the GOP helped drop on the nation will never go away, EVER.

I do sincerely hope the Carter Page civil suit continues to move forward here in Oklahoma and I hope he wins in court with an Oklahoma jury and wins the appeal sans settlement. If he does, I guarantee it will be the ONLY justice that takes place. The criminals will only be rewarded and never see a criminal trial, that´s for sure. A Carter Page win will certainly bankrupt everyone and every entity involved as it should.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Krause 4/19/2019 9:17:07 AM (No. 38597)
The Dems ‘path’ to impeachment will also be their path to a drubbing in 2020, imo.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: America Rising 2020 4/19/2019 9:30:39 AM (No. 38590)
OMG Byron...you are right...but dont mess your hair
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Reply 16 - Posted by: bigfatslob 4/19/2019 9:30:44 AM (No. 38594)
What Mueller accomplished was a delaying tactic and helped the democrats hide for awhile and win in Congress. Slowing the pace of President Trump´s steamroller and accomplishing more in his first two years.
Barr should pinch some already known conspirators until one sings on the whole group of traitors who attempted this coup.
This is very serious and heads need to roll or swing from gallows for what was done.
Time will take care of Hillary Clinton and Obama because all roads lead to them.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: America Rising 2020 4/19/2019 9:59:17 AM (No. 38592)
WINNING

https://twitter.com/i/status/1118252449343709184
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Reply 18 - Posted by: MDConservative 4/19/2019 10:19:52 AM (No. 38604)
Nadler said the report is a roadmap for Congress. Ask Flynn, Manafort and Page about "collusion". They are all paying for their "crime" of being part of the Trump campaign/administration used by the FBI and eventually "nailed" by Mueller.

This is far, far from over in the hands of Nadler, Cummings and the Clinton-Obama Democrat Party. Mueller testifies in a few weeks to re-open the "obstruction" nonsense. And that will inevitably lead to charges of "Abuse of Power" in some draft Articles of Impeachment in the fall. There does not have to be a crime for impeachment.

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Reply 19 - Posted by: Franz 4/19/2019 10:33:49 AM (No. 38591)
Two years of digging and no collusion found.

Two year of digging and the only reason for Mueller not exonerating Trump of obstruction of justice is that he there was not enough proof that he didn´t do it.

When there is no crime, it is impossible to obstruct justice, because there is nothing to obstruct.

The fact that Muellar cannot bring himself to acknowledge Trump´s innocence only betrays his bias. It also indicates that this was, indeed, a Witch Hunt.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Arby 4/19/2019 11:02:26 AM (No. 38589)
When there is no crime there can be no obstruction, just angry flailing and the angry flailing was justified. Trump has been comparatively moderate. What would LBJ have done? At a Georgetown graduation, where he was speaking, he was angry when he realized that flights into then National Airport came down the river every 50-55 seconds, thus forcing speakers to pause until they had passed over. Lyndon summoned an aide, who made a call, shutting down all air traffic into National and, as a result, disrupting all east coast air travel for hours. Trump has been outspoken but squeaky clean in his actions.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Highvoltage 4/19/2019 11:10:42 AM (No. 38583)
Mueller is complicit in a treasonous act to unseat a duely elected president. The names of his team of Democratic lawyers must be published to shame them. Mueller threw them a piece of stale bread in the obstruction piece and in so doing his sweetheart Comey.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: DVC 4/19/2019 11:14:12 AM (No. 38584)
Good report.

FTA:"But remember what the investigation was about. It was about something that did not happen. And that should matter now that Mueller has finished his work."

Yes, and yet, dozens of the asylum escapees with TV shows are still running around screeching about "obstruction" - when there was nothing to be obstructing about.

They really are insane.

And I still say that Russia did NOT interfere in the election at ANY significant level. A few Fakebook ads and some trolls in online forums is not significant, really. There have been several posters here, not seen recently, who may have been from that source.

And the Assange arrest is intended to prevent him from PROVING that the Russians had NOTHING AT ALL to do with the "Russian hack" of the Dem computer server, and that Dem insider Seth Rich gave Assange that data.

This is CRUCIAL to the Dem/Deep State actors for two reasons: first to preserve the "Russia interfered" smear against Trump to provide Hellary with her excuse for failure.

But most important: If Seth Rich is proved to be the source of the Dem data leak, not a "Russian hack", there is an instant, blindingly obvious motive for his "mysterious" murder, and the bloody trail leads right back to Podesta and Hellary.

THAT is why Assange was suddenly grabbed out of the embassy and shut the hell up.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: udanja99 4/19/2019 12:31:29 PM (No. 38598)
If I were AG Barr and were being attacked the way the left is going after him now, I would be more determined than ever to make sure that all the true colluders from the 0bama Oval Office on down paid for their crimes in full.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: NotaBene 4/19/2019 12:43:00 PM (No. 38605)
The Marxists elected Hussein on simple Bush bad, Bush bad repetition. They are using this hoax to do the same to Donald J. Trump. They were already successful at stealing the midterm elections with Herr Müller and his Angry Democrats. Now that we found someone that is steering the USA in the right direction we cannot let impeachment happen.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Lawsy0 4/19/2019 2:49:00 PM (No. 38595)
Mueller would like for us to BELIEVE that he wrote this report, or that he wrote it recently. Like Comey, the die was cast and he pre-wrote this or anything else that is likely to issue from this vile travesty about the time the exoneration of the Clinton woman was written (or dictated, as the case may be.)

How nice that Attorney General Barr is so gracious to treasonous scoundrels; a tribute to his upbringing.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Blue-Z-Anna 4/19/2019 7:22:21 PM (No. 38601)
For the guilty, justice delayed is time out of prison. This whole kabuki-fiasco is just Chicago style law-fare designed to run out the stat of limitations on as many counts as possible. We are STILL getting PLAYED by these Marxist criminals.
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