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Reckoning on the way for
those behind political hit jobs

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 12/22/2019 4:04:46 AM

Whenever any criminal conspiracy begins to unravel, one overriding question always emerges, about the fate of each low-level perp who actually carried out the felonious instructions of Mr. Big. The question is: Will he stand up? No. Next question. Will he fold under pressure? As Joe Pesci famously asked in “Goodfellas.” Absolutely yes, he will fold under pressure. The small-timers always rat out the boss. That’s the true mark of a thug — snitching on one’s fellow criminals.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Urgent Fury 12/22/2019 4:23:12 AM (No. 268913)
Yeah I keep hearing this.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: tom7 12/22/2019 5:38:41 AM (No. 268937)
To prevent any "snitching" (aka reform) at the FISA court, is exactly why Chief Justice Roberts is replacing Rosemary Collyer with Obama judge James Boasberg. It was beginning to look like Collyer was going to spill some beans about the rubber-stamping going on at the FISC. Boasberg will get all those dirty little beans safely returned to the collusion pot and firmly put the lid back on.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Kafka2 12/22/2019 7:27:57 AM (No. 268981)
The fact that the FISA court knew that the FBI lied and suppressed exculpatory evidence to obtain an renew the warrants to spy on President Trump, but took no action, proves they are part of the Deep State. As to verbal rebuke, "Naughty! Naughty! Don't get caught doing it again," is totally inadequate. Somebody needs to go to prison for this outrage.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: dagger 12/22/2019 8:11:05 AM (No. 269021)
I keep hearing that there is a grand jury impaneled. If so where ? That is very important. The general venue statute provides that a crime began in one district and completed may be prosecuted in any district where the crimes were engaged in. Anywhere other than D.C. I have faith in Barr and Durham, but I'll believe it when I see it.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Periwinkel 12/22/2019 8:16:50 AM (No. 269025)
This is what we heard during Watergate...Hillary was going to jail...Bill was going to jail. What happened??? A couple of no-name jerks went to jail. I wish these guys would hold their fire until there is something concrete to report. After 30+ years of this, I'm exhausted. I really doubt anyone will go to jail.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Strike3 12/22/2019 8:25:39 AM (No. 269031)
Dungeons, the rack, burning at the stake and the gallows should all be utilized and all executions made public. Treason is a serious crime and cruel and unusual punishment is called for although it might be a bit of a challenge to slip the rope on over Barack's head. We are not amused by the past three years.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Archtheduke 12/22/2019 8:59:51 AM (No. 269053)
We've been hearing this for years. I'll believe it when I see and Indictment.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Shmowry1 12/22/2019 9:11:51 AM (No. 269062)
First, I will believe it when I see it. Second, even if the reckoning arrives we then have to consider, given every length we know that Dems and liberals will go to in order to psychologically accept the lies they tell and believe, would we be able to convince a jury to convict? Despite all the evidence we can amass against them, are we past the point of truth and fact winning the day? We will see.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: fysammy 12/22/2019 9:14:07 AM (No. 269064)
Sorry for posting again and again, but I know no better way to say it. Christopher Walkin in True Romance interrogating Dennis Hopper. "You're telling me everything, but you're showing me nothing!"
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 12/22/2019 9:21:55 AM (No. 269069)
Yep. Still waiting for the reckoning. Why do you think Nan is trying to drag out this impeachment circus? Another delay tactic. But, the more the dims confuse and distract, the more Americans are woke. And the more certainty November 2020 will be a real laugher. But, the usual word of caution here. We must not become complacent and assume November 2020 will be to our liking. Not for one day. Not for one hour. Not for one minute. Not for one second.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: mobyclik 12/22/2019 9:25:15 AM (No. 269073)
A grand jury in D.C.? Anyone remember the O.J. debacle in L.A.?
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Reply 12 - Posted by: DVC 12/22/2019 9:41:46 AM (No. 269089)
Like the boy who cried "Wolf!", I wonder if there will ever actually be a wolf.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Venturer 12/22/2019 9:55:33 AM (No. 269098)
From what I read here in the comments I see that most are like myself-----cynical. How many times and how many investigations have we watched as criminals in politics walk? The latest is Barr- Durham, but I don't expect any different. IMO the fact is that they may live under the "R" or the "D" but none of them really want to see anyone prosecuted because they are all corrupt and and they all know Feces runs downhill. You get me and next year I will get you. This is why Trump was elected, he wasn't really a part of any party, an outsider. And you see what they are trying to do to him.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Omen55 12/22/2019 10:25:02 AM (No. 269119)
Do not ask for whom the bells toll...
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Reply 15 - Posted by: bigfatslob 12/22/2019 11:08:06 AM (No. 269154)
I've posted this many times but I don't believe you try or even start at the top with Obama and the Clintons. That appears political and we don't need it. Time will take care of therm. Obama is not smart enough and too lazy to plan and guide a coup. It took the political activist insiders in the agencies that's who. I would like to see the real planners in jail for a long time writing their memoirs from a cell and not spouting their innocents on CNN. The entire nation would celebrate some arrest and sentencing all roads will end up at the Obama's and Clinton's front doors you can count on it so let's just have a small fish fry for now.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: bighambone 12/22/2019 11:18:18 AM (No. 269160)
Look the first rule of being a DC Super Bureaucrat is to protect one’s self and high level bureaucratic position by only doing what their political “rabbis” who appointed them to their bureaucratic positions with a “wink and a nod” tell them to do. In that respect, those Super Bureaucrats are not about to stick their necks out and do something as serious as running a bogus investigation against a presidential candidate and his presidential campaign, including defrauding a federal court, without their political “rabbis” first giving them the OK to move forward with such an out of the ordinary investigation. Since that’s the way the DC Super Bureaucrats have always operated, you would have to be a moron not to recognize that President Obama, Vice-President Biden, and the Obama appointed Attorney General had to know what those CIA and FBI Super Bureaucrats were up to.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Faldo 12/22/2019 12:10:38 PM (No. 269182)
The News Corp--UK Hacking scandal created a vacuum that we witness today. Deferred justice that's rolled into a US media take-down of the of the duly-elected President. Alison Saunders (UK's Bill Barr at the time of the UK Hacking inquiry/trial) overlooked Met Police/Scotland Yard incompetence/malfeasance (fixed to fail) to ultimately deliver Rupert an acquittal he certainly did not deserve. That same Alison Saunders meets with the Ohrs twenty months later at their home for a dinner four nights before the Trump Jr./Vesselnatskaya meeting & setup.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: NotaBene 12/22/2019 12:22:42 PM (No. 269188)
I would like Eric CIAramella to be included. Same about the commander of Lt. Col. Vindman the Refugee. We all know the Trump Trap started at the CIA and Nellie Ohr. Why is the CIA always protected? Bring back CIA nemesis General Mike Flynn and put him in charge. The Deep State should be dismantled as the are a danger to our Nation.
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