Separate names with a comma.
Jump in to the discussion! Sign up is easy, we want to hear what you have to say!
Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by GreenLantern, Mar 31, 2016.
This sounds like, almost verbatim, what Jeffrey “to stupid to practice” Toobin said about it.
Didn't watch CNN so I wouldn't know. It's spelled out pretty clearly if you read the report.
Because you’re offering a legal opinion.
Not that anyone really believes it’s your own opinion rather than paraphrasing someone else whose saying what you want to be true.
GL derangement syndrome must be tough to live with. Sheesh.
Let me know which part(s) is/are false. You offering opinions on the Mueller report and how it lays out the case for a criminal persecution - a legal opinion.
That you (admittedly) aren't qualified in any way to do this.
Or that nobody actually believes you downloaded and read the 448 page document and this is your own independent opinion as opposed to passing off something you read elsewhere as your opinion.
Mueller report describes multiple instances of Trump aides ignoring his orders to protect him from his worst impulses. At Easter egg roll today, he proclaims that nobody has ever disobeyed his orders. Sad!
New poll shows Trump approval plummets to tie his lowest of his Presidency
Despite the media’s best efforts to prop him up too!!!!!
And Rasmussen has it at 49.
I find it funny that now that Barr is investigating spying on Trump, Woodward and the NYT are now talking about how the dossier was a bunch of nonsense, but they still seem to gloss over it being used as evidence to get a FISA warrant. Looks like they’re trying to get on the right side of this before the excrement hits the fan
We'll see. Still waiting on the indictments.
The Great Walter Williams' column on Kavanaugh:
"GMU students and faculty may also be disturbed about what Justice Kavanaugh is going to teach. In the course, Creation of the Constitution, he will explain how much the Magna Carta influenced the founders of our nation. The 1215 Magna Carta limited the power of central government and it forced a reigning monarch to grant his English subjects rights. It contained a list of 63 clauses drawn up to limit King John's power, resulting in making royal authority subject to the law instead of reigning above it. It laid the foundations for limited constitutional governments, an idea offensive to most leftists."
As we all are. Just make sure you have access to a TV on or around June 3rd.
I'll have to dig around to find InfoWars since Youtube banned it.
It’ll be on just about all news channels. No hunting needed.
June 3. Unless it's arrests, it's a waste of time.
So getting to the bottom of how and why the DOJ and IC were used to try and destroy a presidential candidate is of no interest?
I’m sure the folks over at GCHQ have some pretty puckered sphincters right about now.
If it actually happened, I'd care. So far the evidence is only speculative which doesnt cut it
Yes, your "wait-and-see" approach to the Mueller report w/out making any assumptions about Trump has certainly proven that.
Not sure there was very much “speculative” about Christopher Steele’s testimony, or the Sztrok-Paige texts, or the Mark Warner texts, or the Bruce Ohr testimony.
DOJ has been investigating this since last year. You have texts and testimony but still no hard evidence to back up the talk. Find me something that will hold up in court.