"Explosive", "Shocking" And "Alarming" FISA Memo Rocks DC "End Mueller Investigation"


Curious Cdn
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#571
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Right I heard the same about Obama . Hey we are living in a country that is a dictatorship, what do you think of that ? Trudeau’s majority government gives them 100% control until the end of his term . George you should spend more time worrying over things you have some control over , and not big bad Trump . Oink oink.

You want no more "politicization" of governments?

You really, truly are a blithering idiot, pigs.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
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#572
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

You want no more "politicization" of governments?

You really, truly are a blithering idiot, pigs.

Look in the mirror George . Please don’t project your deficiencies onto others , and everyone knows that is a Democratic trait .
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#573
The same two bit chicken tard nazi f**ks that screwed up brexit and lied about the skripal poisonings and that more recent poisoning where they faked the photos of the russian fitness suspects..

Yeah, these balkanizing rhodesian monkey pimps would like the US and russia to have a war so they and china can rule the smoking cinder ball after.

Oh Hi george, how's tricks?
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#574
 
Curious Cdn
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+1 / -1
#575
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Look in the mirror George . Please don’t project your deficiencies onto others , and everyone knows that is a Democratic trait .

... "a Democratic trait" ??

I'm not a bloody Yank, fukchead.

I don't know what you are but you seem to support foreign things that hurt my country.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#576
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

... "a Democratic trait" ??

I'm not a bloody Yank, fukchead.

I don't know what you are but you seem to support foreign things that hurt my country.

Excuse me George let me amend that statement . Everyone knows that is a Liberal trait .
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#577
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Excuse me George let me amend that statement . Everyone knows that is a Liberal trait .

He's a confessed conservative. Doesn't that just screw up your little hate on.
 
Curious Cdn
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#578
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Excuse me George let me amend that statement . Everyone knows that is a Liberal trait .

Liberal or liberal ... or do you even know the difference, pigs?
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#579
WOODWARD: NO EVIDENCE OF TRUMP-RUSSIA COLLUSION, I SEARCHED FOR TWO YEARS
‘ — and of course, I looked for it, looked for it hard’

Did you, Bob Woodward, hear anything in your research in your interviews that sounded like espionage or collusion?

BW: I did not, and of course, I looked for it, looked for it hard. And so you know, there we are. We’re going to see what Mueller has, and Dowd may be right. He has something that Dowd and the president don’t know about, a secret witness or somebody who has changed their testimony. As you know, that often happens, and that can break open or turn a case.

HH: But you’ve seen no collusion?

BW: I have not.
https://news.grabien.com/story-woodw...mpaign=grabien

For you less smarter types who think unproved allegations about other people take away for your own dumbness...

Oh high George...how is YOUR social score?
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#580
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

He's a confessed conservative. Doesn't that just screw up your little hate on.

FFS - YOU are the irrational hater cliffy.

period.

By the sounds of it, I'd bet you were on one too. What a thing to ride eh?
 
Walter
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#581
HOUSE JUDICIARY SUBPOENAS FUSION GPS CO-FOUNDER GLENN SIMPSON
http://dailycaller.com/2018/09/29/gl...-gps-subpoena/

About time. Keep draining the swamp. MAGA
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#582
Rod Rosenstein to Join Trump Aboard Air Force One

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WASHINGTON — Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, and President Trump planned to travel to Florida together on Air Force One Monday morning, a week and a half after the two were scheduled to discuss remarks Mr. Rosenstein had made about the president’s fitness for office and an offer to secretly tape conversations with him.
The two men were scheduled to leave for Orlando, where Mr. Trump is to deliver a speech at the International Association of Chiefs of Police annual conference in the early afternoon.
A Justice Department official confirmed that the Mr. Rosenstein planned to travel on Air Force One to accompany the president for his speech, but did not share an agenda for any meeting.
Presumably, Mr. Rosenstein and Mr. Trump will use their time on board to discuss the fact that the deputy attorney general had offered to secretly tape his conversations with Mr. Trump in the chaotic days after the president fired James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director, in the spring of 2017. At that time, Mr. Rosenstein also brought up the possibility of invoking the 25th amendment to remove Mr. Trump from the White House.
[Read: Rod RosensteinSuggested Secretly Recording Trump and Discussed 25th Amendment]
Disclosure of those conversations thrust Mr. Rosenstein’s future at the Justice Department into doubt. In the days following those revelations, first published Sept. 21 in The New York Times, Mr. Rosenstein told senior White House officials, including John F. Kelly, Mr. Trump’s chief of staff, that he wished to resign.
But Mr. Rosenstein’s offer to quit came while the White House and the president were preoccupied with the fight to confirm Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, and the White House delayed the discussion.
Ultimately, a planned meeting in late September between Mr. Rosenstein and Mr. Trump was canceled. No new date was announced for a time when the two men would discuss Mr. Rosenstein’s comments and his future at the Justice Department.
During a news conference at the United Nations General Assembly, Mr. Trump said that he did not want to fire Mr. Rosenstein, who had denied the reports that he had been willing to secretly tape the president.
“We’ve had a good talk,” Mr. Trump said. “He says he never said it, he doesn’t believe it, he said he has a lot of respect for me, and he was very nice, and we’ll see.”
Mr. Trump had said that the two men did not want to do anything to interfere with Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing. And Kellyanne Conway, a counselor to the president, said during a televised interview that the two men “are both committed to speaking with each other and resolving this once and for all.”
Should Mr. Rosenstein quit or be fired from the Justice Department, his departure could fuel public rancor going into November’s midterm elections, which have been consumed by anger and jubilation over Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
Mr. Rosenstein is the top Justice Department official overseeing Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel who is investigating whether the Trump campaign worked with Russia to sway the 2016 election.
That position has made Mr. Rosenstein the protector of the Mueller investigation, and sometimes the target of Mr. Trump’s attacks on what he calls a politically motivated witch hunt.

 
Walter
+1
#583
Oh, right, that Mueller thing is still slogging along. Too funny.
 
Curious Cdn
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#584
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Oh, right, that Mueller thing is still slogging along. Too funny.

One day, you'll wake up to Surprise!!
 
Hoid
#585
How Mueller destroyed Trump's ability to pardon Manafort.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_a...p_pardons.html

The way Mueller prosecuted Manafort resulted in a conviction on charges that States can now prosecute him on as well - thereby making a federal pardon moot.

lol

You can rape and pillage and collude all you want - but when you don't pay your taxes you are in trouble.

All this on the heels of the news that Trump's empire was built on tax fraud.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+1
#586
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

One day, you'll wake up to Surprise!!

Surprise look at all the bad actors in front of the courts . Hillary , her cohorts in the FBI and DoJ , fun day that will be .
 
Curious Cdn
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#587
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Surprise look at all the bad actors in front of the courts . Hillary , her cohorts in the FBI and DoJ , fun day that will be .

Sorry, Fox News onoy deals in myths and conspiracy theories. You have been taken for a ride, gullible you.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+1
#588
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Sorry, Fox News onoy deals in myths and conspiracy theories. You have been taken for a ride, gullible you.

No, I expect nothing and really have no horses in this race , the fact that I saw Trump coming , watched as he played the whole establishment and stole the presidency . I sat back and watched as most all off you took sides and still have those sides . All of you are arguing over spilt milk , and it is funny to watch . But it takes the spotlight off the ineptitude of our political class .
 
Curious Cdn
No Party Affiliation
#589
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

No, I expect nothing and really have no horses in this race , the fact that I saw Trump coming , watched as he played the whole establishment and stole the presidency . I sat back and watched as most all off you took sides and still have those sides . All of you are arguing over spilt milk , and it is funny to watch . But it takes the spotlight off the ineptitude of our political class .

If you think that the Trump Presidency is somehow normal, you either aren't paying attention or your standards are totally screwy.
 
Walter
#590
Thank God his presidency is not normal.
 
Hoid
#591
Trump normalizes lying racists.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+2
#592
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

If you think that the Trump Presidency is somehow normal, you either aren't paying attention or your standards are totally screwy.

Did I say anywhere that Trump or his presidency is normal ? If you hadn’t let the hate blind you , you might have noticed that Trump was actually serious about winning .Two years later and the hate is still blinding .
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+2
#593
Rosenstein dodges House Judiciary interview — for now

Does anyone else feel a deal was made on AF1 the other day
 
Curious Cdn
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+1 / -1
#594
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Rosenstein dodges House Judiciary interview — for now
Does anyone else feel a deal was made on AF1 the other day

Trump has surrounded himself with dishonourable scumbags. What do you expect?
 
Walter
+1
#595
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Rosenstein dodges House Judiciary interview — for now
Does anyone else feel a deal was made on AF1 the other day

Trump has Rosenstein over a barrel. Art of the deal.
https://www.americanthinker.com/arti..._leverage.html

MAGA
 
Hoid
#596
over 3 dozen convictions/guilty pleas.

that's quite a hoax.
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
-1
#597
This ones for you, Danny Boy and all the other bozos who don't know the difference between political systems...


 
Walter
#598
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

This ones for you, Danny Boy and all the other bozos who don't know the difference between political systems...

Another stoopid tweet meme.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#599
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Trump has Rosenstein over a barrel. Art of the deal.
https://www.americanthinker.com/arti..._leverage.html
MAGA

I imagine there won't be any update to the investigation negatively toward Trump and the GOP before the midterm and a few resignations immediately afterward followed by a wave of declassified information. IMHO

By the WaPo

Rosenstein-McCabe feud dates back to angry standoff in front of Mueller

Quote:

Shortly after Robert S. Mueller III was appointed to investigate possible coordination between President Trump’s campaign and the Kremlin, he was drawn into a tense standoff in which Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein and then-acting FBI director Andrew McCabe each urged the other to step aside from the case, according to people familiar with the matter.
At the time of the confrontation in mid-May 2017, tensions were running high at the FBI and Justice Department, and between Rosenstein and McCabe. Trump had just fired James B. Comey as the bureau’s director, and almost immediately afterward, FBI officials had opened a case into whether the president had obstructed justice.
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Some in the bureau eyed Rosenstein warily, because he had authored a memo that was used by the administration to justify Comey’s termination. If the president had obstructed justice, they reasoned, Rosenstein may have played a role in that. Justice Department officials, meanwhile, were concerned that the FBI — and McCabe in particular — may have acted too hastily to open an investigative file on the president after Comey was fired and that the move could be painted as an act of anger or revenge.
The previously unreported episode involving Mueller, Rosenstein and McCabe — which occurred within days of Mueller’s becoming special counsel — underscores the deep suspicion between senior law enforcement officials who were about to embark on a historic, criminal investigation of the president. That mistrust has continued to this day, with defenders of each offering conflicting accounts of exactly what was said and meant in the days surrounding Mueller’s appointment.
The people familiar with the meeting spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal Justice Department deliberations.
The meeting came just days after a gathering of senior Justice Department officials — including McCabe and his key deputy — in which Rosenstein, according to McCabe, suggested secretly recording the president’s conversations to gather evidence against him.
According to a memo McCabe wrote after that meeting, Rosenstein had also suggested trying to muster support among Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office. Rosenstein’s defenders have denied that he tried to support a constitutional move against Trump and say his comment about recording the president was not meant seriously and wasn’t pursued.
Days later, there was another meeting, smaller and more tense.
McCabe was summoned to meet with Rosenstein and Mueller to talk about his possible recusal, these people said. While the accounts of current and former officials familiar with the confrontation differ in some key respects, they agree on the basic terms of the discussion — Rosenstein wanted McCabe out of the Russia probe, and McCabe felt differently, arguing that it was the deputy attorney general, not the head of the FBI, who should step away from the case.
One person said part of Rosenstein’s argument was that, because McCabe had years earlier worn a T-shirt supporting his wife’s campaign for a state Senate seat in Virginia, he could not be considered objective in a political probe. A photo of McCabe wearing the shirt had been posted on social media during the campaign, leading some to later question whether he had violated rules that limit government employees’ advocacy for political candidates.
McCabe’s wife had run unsuccessfully as a Democrat in 2015, with major financial support from a key ally of Hillary Clinton — an issue that prompted Trump to publicly and privately attack McCabe when he learned of it in late 2016.
Two people familiar with the meeting said McCabe brought with him to the meeting a document from FBI ethics officials that said McCabe had abided by ethics rules.
One person familiar with the confrontation denied that the T-shirt or his wife’s campaign was part of Rosenstein’s rationale, saying the proposed recusal had to do with McCabe’s recent public and private statements expressing deep loyalty to Comey and unhappiness over his firing.
McCabe argued that Rosenstein’s authoring of a memo — which criticized Comey’s handling of the earlier investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state — meant that the deputy attorney general was the one who should step away from the case.
“Andy was angry,” said one person familiar with the matter, adding that McCabe slapped the document down in front of Rosenstein at one point in the discussion.
Representatives for all three of the meeting’s participants declined to comment for this story.
In the end, neither Rosenstein nor McCabe recused from the Russia investigation, and it was clear in that meeting and after that Mueller would have a great degree of independence and control over his investigation, including management of Justice Department prosecutors and FBI agents detailed to him. Mueller previously served as FBI director from 2001 to 2013.
The McCabe-Rosenstein relationship has only worsened with time. McCabe was fired earlier this year over what the Justice Department’s inspector general said were falsehoods he told to internal FBI investigators. That matter is now the subject of a grand jury investigation.
The contentious meeting between Mueller, Rosenstein and McCabe did not settle the public questions about who should or shouldn’t be involved in the Russia probe.
Some lawyers have argued that Rosenstein should have recused, given his central role in the Comey firing and conversations with White House officials leading up to that moment. Typically, Justice Department recusals are done at the recommendation of the department’s ethics lawyers.
Rosenstein has remained the acting attorney general for the Russia probe, and people close to the case said that is in large part because Mueller is comfortable with that arrangement.
The Rosenstein-McCabe relationship has come under renewed scrutiny as lawmakers have demanded answers about memos written by McCabe and his *then-senior counsel, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, about the discussions on May 16, 2017, in which McCabe wrote that Rosenstein suggested recording the president and discussed the 25th Amendment.
Lawmakers had sought a private question-and-answer session with Rosenstein on the issue to be held Thursday, but on Wednesday officials announced that the meeting had been postponed indefinitely. The session was to follow closely on the heels of news reports that a top FBI lawyer, James Baker, had been told of Rosenstein’s comments in real time and took them to be serious — though he was not present when they were made.

 
Curious Cdn
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#600
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Another stoopid tweet meme.

No dogs in "hot dogs",either Walter. Sorry to disappoint.

BTW, You too could be a lucky weiner!