A Message From Lucianne

Tragedy Tommorow, Comedy Tonight

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Posted By: real fifi, 5/5/2019 7:15:50 AM

That’s the title of a great song in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and that, it occurs to me, is an appropriate song for the media and the Democrats. For two years they vigorously promoted -- for their amusement and political benefit -- a fake Russian collusion story and now must watch it unravel and boomerang on them, their allies and the miscreants who created it. They had their fun, and the denouement has begun.


Some important new developments that should give the Collusion Hawkers indigestion

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Reply 1 - Posted by: John C 5/5/2019 7:35:52 AM (No. 77867)
A long but very informed piece by Clarice.

She should be on every talk show, but the democrats who run most, would gag.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Ratslayer 5/5/2019 7:37:25 AM (No. 77872)
Clarice got it right as usual. The possibility of obstruction of justice charges was Mueller´s doing. He knew Andrew Weissman held unconstitutional views on the subject. Weissman is IMOP the reason Trump wasn´t given and all clear on the subject.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Falconer 5/5/2019 7:39:15 AM (No. 77871)
I can´t wait for the proverbial ess to hit the fan. There are clearly treasonous people who deserve to be severely punished for their misuse of power and betrayal of we the people´s trust. If we are to continue in this format, there must be consequences.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: jj1319 5/5/2019 7:48:52 AM (No. 77866)
As the events unravel, a scapegoat will emerge. One who can provide NO further information or defense. A certain Senator from Arizona comes to mind. The dead one.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Daisymay 5/5/2019 8:34:37 AM (No. 77870)
Clarice is ALWAYS right on Target. I can´t wait to see Brennen, Clapper and Comey all taken down. THEY are the ones who were in charge of making this Coup work. Unfortunately for them, it exploded in their faces! Now it´s time for them to walk the Plank! I think Barr is a no Nonsense kind of guy. He plays by the Rules and he will also use the Rules to go after ALL those involved in this attempted Coup. Can´t wait!!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: earlybird 5/5/2019 9:27:46 AM (No. 77873)
As most know, Clarice is a lawyer. Knows her stuff.


(The goofy theory concerning obstruction reminds me of the goofy theory the prosecutors used to destroy the fine accounting firm Arthur Andersen in a case which the Supreme Court unanimously overruled. It’s no coincidence that the prosecutor in that case was on the Mueller team and certainly the architect of the notion that prosecutors ought to determine if perfectly legitimate conduct can be made the basis of a criminal proceeding if the prosecutor thinks the conduct somehow impedes his ability to convict on an actual crime.) (Snip)

In plain language, it would be a travesty if, like Spanish inquisitors, prosecutors could charge officials with wrongdoing when they were clearly acting within their legally authorized roles simply because the prosecutors disagreed with the decisions and had confected some cockamamie theory on how it could have impeded their investigation of a nonexistent crime.

As some have already noted, this article contains some excellent information and analysis. It deserves a full read.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: Sunhan65 5/5/2019 9:58:35 AM (No. 77868)
As always from Clarice Feldman, it´s brilliant. Thanks for posting, OP.

Among the many things I hadn´t considered before: What if Bill Clinton wanted to force Loretta Lynch to recuse herself just by meeting with her? It would throw the decision to prosecute his pseudo-wife on to Lynch´s subordinates, who as we know, are not exactly unbiased their pursuit of justice.

Whenever Bill Clinton is involved, there´s a whole lot of snakin´ going on
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 5/5/2019 10:27:30 AM (No. 77869)
I love Clarice - - but she´s way, way behind the curve on this one.

She should spend some time at The Conservative Treehouse - - to learn what this criminal operation was really about.

It seems like she doesn´t even know what the Treehouse is.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: 49 Ford 5/5/2019 3:18:49 PM (No. 77874)
As to the question you pose in the 5th graf, Clarice, the answer isn´t hard to figure: Mueller was covering for the killers of Seth Rich.

And maybe their names were John Podesta and Hitlery Rotten. But hey, what do I know?
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