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The Mueller Report

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: GOP Crimes, investigation, obstruction of justice, Robert Mueller, Trump, videos )

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TomCat S (125)
Friday April 19, 2019, 10:36 am
The Mueller Report was not as redacted as many expected, myself included. It lays out a compelling case for future charges of Obstruction of Justice against Putin’s Puppet, Resident Donald Trump, aka the Orange Obstructer. Despite a centrist article and over 50 minutes of video coverage, we are barely scratching the surface here. I can promise more coverage over time.

Winn Adams (179)
Friday April 19, 2019, 11:16 am
This is only the beginning of learning more about all the decete, lies and wrong doing about tRUMP. Fasten your seat belts because we're in for a bumpy ride.

Leo C (312)
Friday April 19, 2019, 11:16 am
Thank you for sharing!

Joanne Dixon (37)
Friday April 19, 2019, 11:21 am
"I see a case meticulously laid out by a prosecutor who knew he was not allowed to bring it." That's exactly what I see too. But IANAL, so it's nice to have my impression confirmed by a REAL lawyer. And that's exactly what I was expecting to see, if we were allowed to see it. I'm a little shocked that we were, but I'm surely glad of it.


divergent revolution (309)
Friday April 19, 2019, 11:31 am
Presidential ABUSE OF POWER will be the end of democracy

David C (75)
Friday April 19, 2019, 11:40 am
....I think he will get away with it...sadly and madly...........sadly, I will be slow in the reading, so I am glad there are many others reading it for me.....if nothing else though it should de-legitimize the 2016 election....sadly, no provision for a re-do........and anyway its too late on that....but I do think our founders should have put in methods for calling new/early elections when they wrote The Constitution......

Pat B (356)
Friday April 19, 2019, 12:09 pm
I'm glad that this got out, and I have faith that Mr. Mueller knew what he was up against from the very beginning, and followed accordingly, by & to the law. Not that Barr gives a hoot, because he is busy covering for the boss. And...the (r's) don't give one sheet about the citizens, they will continue to subject themselves to this heathen in the oval office. Sad, sad, sad.

Freya H (345)
Friday April 19, 2019, 12:35 pm
Of course Barr(f) is going to claim Mueller's report found no wrongdoing on Cheat-oh's behalf and release a severely edited version of the findings. He is tRump's lap dog and stooge, totally dedicated to doing his master's bidding and justice and truth be damned. Let the general public see the complete report, unedited and uncensored, so we can decide for ourselves!

Past Member (0)
Friday April 19, 2019, 1:48 pm
thank you TomCat...

Raleigh k (358)
Friday April 19, 2019, 2:58 pm

Barb Knight (1685)
Friday April 19, 2019, 3:36 pm
It feels like a soap opera gone BAD....Very BAD! TYFS TC!

Glennis Whitney (393)
Friday April 19, 2019, 5:24 pm
Thank you for caring and sharing TomCat

Animae C (508)
Friday April 19, 2019, 7:11 pm
i'm following the mess on Twitter 🙄


Colleen L (3)
Friday April 19, 2019, 9:13 pm
What bArr did to Mueller's report is crazy. I agree with you, TC and others that this is going to only open a huge can of worms...more like the size of snakes. I feel that it's going to get very ugly in the coming weeks.
Thanks TomCat

Lona Goudswaard (66)
Friday April 19, 2019, 10:42 pm
One way or another, Drumpf needs to be, and most likely will be, prosecuted for his obstruction of justice. Both the House and any prosecutors after Drumpf leaves the Oval Office can use the 128 page part II of Mueller’s report as a instruction manual for either impeachment or indictments. For both unison between Democrats is needed, unison for impeachment to stand strong against Republican accusations of starting another witch hunt, and unison to have a Democrat win the election to prevent Drumpf from going nto a second term.

But what about Barff? In the end, he didn’t have the guts to redact, i.e. rewrite, the report into what his master would have wanted, but hie lied. He lied when he presented his four-page summary with the remark it exonerated Drumpf, he lied when he presented his redacted version and again remarked that Drumpf was cleared. True, perhaps from direct collusion, as he so often repeated in his presentation before the press before they had had a chance to read it. However, he forgot to redact 128 pages out of the report altogether, and it is crystal-clear that Drumpf is guilty of several counts of obstruction of justice. He lied twice and he defended his lies several times in his forrmal role of AG. Doesn’t that warrant an investigation too?

Gene Jacobson (287)
Saturday April 20, 2019, 1:05 am
There are SO many ongoing investigations that I believe will bear fruit. I have until now been opposed to beginning impeachment proceedings because I don't believe the Senate will convict. But I think the investigations ongoing and what is now clear from the report itself (which has Trump so scared he is no longer calling it complete exoneration but the Crazy Mueller Report) will lay the groundwork for the House to before the 2020 elections issue Articles of Impeachment - this depends on what develops, but the argument against doing so is gone, in my opinion.

Certainly, even if such articles are passed, the Senate will not act on them before the election, but I think that a good thing. The House can lay out ALL of the complicity, the obstruction, what Trump did and tried to do in devastating detail. I want the Senate to refuse action, that exposes them to the public for what they are, what Trump is, clearly against the best interest of the vast majority of America. The clearer, stronger case made in the House, the more information the voters have in 2020. That alone will bring those 90 million nonvoters out of their living rooms and into the voting booths. What the House, and the other jurisdictions do between now and November 2020 will make clear which party, which set of ideas is in the best interest of our democracy. This is very good news, even better if the Senate sticks with Trump. He'll get what he deserves if not impeached, defeat, then trial. A lot has to happen between now and then, but it has begun and they are terrified. As they should be. Their day is done and a new dawn comes.

Lynn Squance (235)
Saturday April 20, 2019, 3:55 am
The bread crumbs in Mueller’s report leading to the Big House for the Dark Lord are very clear. Maybe he could not indict him, but he had the knowledge to help another prosecute the SOB.

From AlterNet:

“Trump on Friday lashed out at the Mueller report, claiming some of the findings were “fabricated.” He labelled the investigative report as “crazy.” The president has previously claimed that the report “exonerated” him.”

So I wonder how Trump feels about Barrf now? After all, Trump thought that Barrf’s “summary” of the Mueller Report said he was exonerated. And Trump being Trump, went to town with that idea. The problem — it did not exonerate him. So Trump is very, very smart? Not bloody likely!

Resist, Persist, Remove!!!

Lock HIM up!!!

Silence is Consent!!!

Danuta Watola (1251)
Saturday April 20, 2019, 5:09 am

Marco C (31)
Saturday April 20, 2019, 6:17 am
I believe that we have come to the point of no return and the issue of impeachment is no longer one of partisanship. We either believe in our laws, constitution and democracy or not. There is an obligation to follow the legally prescribed path set forth by our democracy or concede that we have descended into lawlessness and no longer have the benefits of a predictable and stable functioning government.

On this point I agree with Elizabeth Warren, "it is a matter of principle" and it is beyond partisanship. It has now, republican or democrat, come to the point of an existential one for our democracy, yes or no. The choice is now to preserve the constitution and the laws it sets forth or descent into a mysterious, ill defined lawlessness represented by Donald Trump and his associates. I favor our democracy. Donald Trump and his associates are a burden and a far too great a threat to our society and the free world to be tolerated, which escalates with each passing day.

Congress, Republican or Democrat this is no longer a partisan issue.

TomCat S (125)
Saturday April 20, 2019, 10:03 am
Thanks, Stars, Hugs and Amen to all. I agree with Gene Marco and Elizabeth Warren. 😻

Janet B (0)
Saturday April 20, 2019, 6:14 pm

TomCat S (125)
Sunday April 21, 2019, 10:54 am
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