Alan Dershowitz Starts Warning Democrats About “Nothingburger”…

Darnit, shuddup Dersh, you’re giving away the play.  Lefty Alan Dershowitz rightly points out the appointment of a “special counsel” is tantamount to putting cheese on a nothingburger.   There is no legal risk to President Trump within any of the moonbat declarations currently gripped like political life-preservers by his opposition.

However, Dershowitz also recognizes the danger to his like-minded colleagues in political office.  The only criminal acts factually evidenced so far are the intelligence leaks. Robert Mueller has all the power he needs to investigate the illegal leaking of classified information.

This entire ‘muh Russia’ fiasco could have, and in my estimation ‘will have‘, the absolute opposite result the loony left is looking for.

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Donald Trump has a history of this exact strategy.  He creates such angst amid his opponents they drive themselves to the furthest extreme in opposition.  Once they are in their crazy-space the Donald just laughs; their rabid thrashing and over-the-top displays of condescending anger create such friction they self-immolate.

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260 Responses to Alan Dershowitz Starts Warning Democrats About “Nothingburger”…

  1. Tucker’s facial expressions are the perfect counterpoint to all this insanity/inanity.

    Liked by 26 people

  2. Ace says:

    After almost two years, you’d figure the corrupt media and Dems would have figured out they’re walking into another Trump trap.
    But no, their impotent rage has once again blinded them. Soon their faces will look like Bill Clinton’s face did when he was forced to sit next to his victims on that epic debate night!
    These are the best of times!

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  3. auscitizenmom says:

    Sundance, I am so glad you posted this. I watched the exchange on the Tucker Carlson show and had intended to try to find it. Dershowitz said there is no crime even if what the Dems are alleging were found to be true. LOL

    Liked by 31 people

    • janc1955 says:

      I was all ready to watch, but Dersh kicked it off by saying he had “proudly” voted for HRC and I hit mute.

      Liked by 1 person

      • auscitizenmom says:

        You will not be sorry you watched it. So go ahead. 🙂

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      • flawesttexas says:

        Dershowitz does not tie his legal analysis to his politics

        In his book “America On Trial” his analysis of the Scopes Monkey Trial is favorable to William Jennings Bryan…the atty that was representing the state of Tennessee and defending their ban on evolution

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        • janc1955 says:

          I’m happy Dersh is a straight shooter legally. How the hell he could “proudly vote for Hillary,” and announce it publicly, is another thing altogether, and it shades my general opinion of him. Bigly.

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  4. Owlen Rose says:

    I love the lead-in for story, I voted for Hillary and don’t like Trump, yet he puts politics aside and examines the law. No crime whatsoever, no need for special counsel. I don’t agree with his politics, but I wouldn’t mind him being in the Justice Department. Respect.

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  5. rsmith1776 says:

    Please do listen to this [CNN as it is] intervention of Dershowitz, starting at 4:25:

    Cooper’s reaction is priceless, he stutters like Soetero.

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    • nontroll says:

      Is that screenshot an advertisement for “Grumpy Old Men”?

      Liked by 6 people

    • robertnotsowise says:

      Toobin’s face is priceless. Wasn’t Alan his professor at Harvard?

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    • Howie says:

      Dersh knows.The only crimes are by democrats. The evidence is laying all over the place in plain sight. That is what the SC will find. Heck, it will find him. This is a safe harbor for those who have been afraid to come forward is what I think might happen. What a Baboon that Bernstein is.

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    • Sam says:

      These people are insane… Didn’t Feinstein herself just a week ago say there is no evidence of collusion … After almost a year of investigating and these left tards on this show have convicted and found Trump guilty.
      And they said Jared … He isn’t under investigation… Notice how Tobin said his name and two days later WP.. Which is to day writes a story about ” person of interest” ..implying it’s Jared… As if he’s suspect in a gas station robbery and hasn’t been around since the beginning of the FBI bs show but now he’s a ” person of interest” what ever that means.

      I can’t believe from a democrat excuse of losing a election has become a federal investigation of the highest order.

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    • xyzlatin says:

      I believe Cernovich and at least one other journalist are setting up new organisations (separately) with the sole purpose to investigate and expose journalists. I would target Bernstein and go back all the way to that sacred cow Watergate. He is the most partisan Democratic hack.

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    • Joan says:

      Soetero. Love that.

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    • Sentient. says:

      Carl Bernstein is retarded. He’s only there to remind people of Watergate.

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  6. Janice says:

    Love the Tucker faces! Glad Alan stepped up.

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  7. Gil says:

    Copied and sent that tucker meme…oh man…😁

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  8. This is going to blow up, in the Establishments face, just as it always does when it comes to President Trump.

    My one wish? Well I have more then one, but for the moment we’ll go with this. That some on our side wouldn’t go right to Defcon 11, and jump to the worst possible outcome and turn into Eeyores. President Trump faced many obstacles, to get to the White House, Do you really think he didn’t see this storm on the horizon and didn’t pan for it?

    There’s a reason he didn’t fire Comey right off the bat. The President knew it would be a trigger to these very events, and he needed to set the table.

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  9. yohio says:

    I’ve heard from two people that Mueller has requested that Senate end their investigations. Have any of you heard this or seen a report?

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    • jeans2nd says:

      The Hill report is more circular media, media reporting on the media. Original liar is the New York Times.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      I didn’t hear anything, but I posted a Bill Still vid on another post. It was 1 10 min interview of J. Napolitano on Mueller. His investigation takes priority over any Senate one. He will received any original docs and Senate won’t get them. It should sidetrack any other investigation. Not sure it’ll stop it.

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    • Howie says:

      He does not have to request. He can order it.

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    • Senate Intel just got Comey, the “hot” witness of the moment, to commit to appear in open testimony after Memorial Day. They won’t give up that chance to up their ratings among constituents back in their home states.

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      • Sentient. says:

        I still think that Comey only testifying in an open hearing is so that Comey and the Dems can insinuate whatever they want and when pressed for details, Comey can claim he can’t reveal those details in public. He’s a phony baloney POS.

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        • iswhatitis says:

          –> “I still think that Comey only testifying in an open hearing is so that Comey and the Dems can insinuate whatever they want and when pressed for details, Comey can claim he can’t reveal those details in public.”

          That’s it EXACTLY – due to “it’s classified / sensitive and I can’t tell you in an open hearing” – they’ll get to make any accusation they want – and then hide behind the “sensitive” label as the source to not have to back up their claims.

          For myself, I believe PDJT knows and is prepared for all that; so I’m not worried – but I have a feeling the Dems should be worried.

          Time will reveal how it all unfolds – but I have faith that PDJT is (again) allowing them to work themselves into a feeding frenzy (which shows everyone – the whole world – what they are) and they will be sorry (again) in the end for this type of farce.

          Maybe it’s just my own personal fantasy – but I’ll stick with it 🙂

          PDJT has my support 200%

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  10. rhcrest says:

    How can he say he proudly voted for Clinton? I automatically don’t have respect for people that voted for her

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  11. Odin says:

    “There is no legal risk to President Trump within any of the moonbat declarations currently gripped like political life-preservers by his opposition.”

    Any risk of a Scooter Libby?

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    • Joe S says:

      All of the presidents administration people, children, campaign aides, etc, should simply take the fifth-period. Yes, reply to subpoenas for records, etc, but just take the FIFTH!

      Then they can just say, “charge me for the crime that has been committed.”

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  12. Anne says:

    I hope that leaks constituting a felony will be prosecuted before the special counsel has completed his job. Even if only one leaker is prosecuted, it will serve as an example to others that leaks of classified information will drive you to jail.

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    • Sentient. says:

      I hope Mueller investigates Seth Rich leaking to Wikileaks. Comey willfully ignoring evidence of that and allowing the phony Russia crap to be pushed beyond the limit of sanity ought to be some kind of crime.

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  13. rsmith1776 says:

    Hacking the *DNA* ?

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  14. Joe S says:

    Yup.

    My two cents:

    It is a big trap. There is a lot of intentional leaking and planting going on. Why would President Trump bring the Russians in, throw the US press out, have info leaked, and be seen with Henry Kissinger all the same day. The optic in the media is that Trump is the biggest ignoramus in the world-really? That was what Trump wanted-a shitstorm!

    No, this is a big set up. And they are ALL taking the bait: the media, the Ds, the luny left constitency, and even some uniparty Rs. Trump wanted the special counsel, in my opinion, because he knows that not only is there no crime here, but no one can name a crime that was committed. It is all shrouded under “collusion with the Russians” or “coordination with the Russians.” What the hell does that mean? Trump needed Comey out for two reasons.

    First, the only risk with an “enemy” FBI director who his own DOJ Chief cannot control, and his deputy DOJ Chief cannot control for fear of the obstruction charge is that Comey is out of control. Comey’s investigation appears to be a backwards investigation. It seems to be centered on rifling through everyone who is connected to Trumps finances, history of conversations with Russian, business dealings with Russia, etc., etc. etc. But the missing thing is: what specifically is the crime being investigated, aside from the phrase “Trump colluded with Russia.”(which dershowitz said the other day was actually not a crime) If a bank is robbed, we know a bank is robbed, and we can begin to investigate the crime of bank robbery. So what specifically is the statute that has been violated that is being investigated? You can’t investigate the phrase, “Trump and Russian government coordination.”

    Trump is understandably frustrated that nut job showboating Comey is holding up Trump’s domestic and especially international agenda to keep his job and power. I think Comey is blackmailing Trump. He is an Obama agent. Is he covering his ass from past obstruction of the Hillary investigation. He is trying to trigger an impeachment hearing with no evidence. The only other danger to Trump and his close associates is some sort of perjury trap (ala scooter Libby, etc.) or clerical-reporting error that becomes a felony.

    Secondly, Trump just needed Comey out because he was intentionally dragging out the investigation. There is a crime or there is not. This is hurting Trump’s agenda. There are all kinds of possibilities about who is behind or aiding Comey. When Trump fired Comey, he called his bluff. The independent council has no choice but to clear Trump. The obstruction thing is BS that could have been something that Comey was trying to build over time. For example, when the new Deputy DOJ asked for status, Comey was probably going to try to cry foul. Corey’s “investigation” is a fishing trip very nefarious-black hat op as has been suggested here.

    This is a Trump setup.

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    • Joe S says:

      Oh, and I noticed an “egg all over my face” look on the senators and congress people yesterday and today after they were briefed by Rod Rosenstein. The look looks like, “we have been had.”

      Liked by 13 people

      • CountryclassVulgarian says:

        It’s easy easy to “had” idiots.
        Dershowitz keeps insisting that Rosenstein denied his involvement in the firing but we have Rosenstein saying today “I wrote it. I believe it. I stand by it”. So Dershowitz is wrong on that.

        The nothing burger is fast becoming a nothinger burger. The fools and their folly. Let them wallow.

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    • Howie says:

      Think Inchon, and MacArthur.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Raffaella says:

      Great insight into Trump’s reasoning for fiiring Comey now and I agree with your assumptions that Trump is setting them all up. However, I wish he had fired Comey the day he became president.

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    • dawndoe says:

      How is Comey blackmailing Trump? What did Trump do wrong?

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      • Joe S says:

        Maybe blackmailing is not quite the right word. It may be threatening Trump. Threatening would imply that Comey will keep dragging the investigation out, endlessly questioning administration people, digging through their records and questioning them about their records, digging through phone intercepts and questioning about those conversations, and using their recollections (which is probably poorer over time) to set them up for perjury, etc.

        So it is LIKE blackmailing him.

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  15. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Dershowitz :
    Boom, THERE, it Ain’t!

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    • Weeper says:

      AIN’T, ain’t….in the dictionary 😉 Dershowitz has TOO many layers between the D and the Z so it’s probably not there either. I DON’T NEED a dictionary cuz I no how two spel.

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  16. Ziiggii says:

    I think Brock just took out /r/The_Donald!

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  17. ALEX says:

    The only problem is Dershowitz is a dying breed in democrat party…He says he’s a democrat, but sticks to his civil liberties philosophy….You don’t find that much of any in modern democrats..

    Howie linked to recent Matt Taibbi article from Rolling Stone in comments…He is a lefty, but he gets it like Dershowitz..

    But when it comes to the collusion investigation, there are serious questions. A lot of our civil liberties protections and rules of press ethics are designed to prevent exactly this situation, in which a person lingers for extended periods of time under public suspicion without being aware of the exact nature, or origin, of the accusations.

    It’s why liberal thinkers have traditionally abhorred secret courts, secret surveillance and secret evidence, and in the past would have reflexively discouraged the news media from printing the unverified or unverifiable charges emanating from such secret sources. But because it’s Donald Trump, no one seems to care.

    We should care. The uncertainty has led to widespread public terror, mass media hysteria and excess, and possibly even panic in the White House itself, where, who knows, Trump may even have risked military confrontation with Russia in an effort to shake the collusion accusations. All of this is exacerbated by the constant stream of leaks and hints at mother lodes of evidence that are just around the corner. It’s quite literally driving the country crazy.

    The public deserves to know what’s going on. It deserved to know before the election, it deserved to know before the inauguration, and it deserves to know now.

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    • kpm58 says:

      The ACLU should be rallying around President Trump.

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    • Sherlock says:

      They just appointed Dershowitz dean of the Berkeley Law School.

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    • CathyMAGA says:

      There’s nothing going on. It’s all a BIG sham, started by 0, picked up by HRC, and metastasized by the liberal media. That’s it, in a nutshell. 100%. There is nothing organic, anything found will be manufactured by the liberals, if found at all.

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    • xyzlatin says:

      I think you need to learn a bit more about Donald Trump. He is a very stable person, well grounded. He consults constantly with his top military. Your statement is needless hysteria and feeds into the meme about Trump not being capable to handle the red button. “White House itself, where, who knows, Trump may even have risked military confrontation with Russia in an effort to shake the collusion accusations.”

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  18. Walt says:

    My hope is that this when this all ends it is like the Alabama rally during the primaries. When Chris Christie and Jeff Sessions endorsed him and they were just laughing it all up at all the media and establishment when they thought they finally got him at the rigged debate!

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  19. CathyMAGA says:

    If only libtards would listen to him, but they won’t. To their peril.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Jasper says:

    When pointing out blind rage on the faces of the lefty progressives, don’t leave out John McCain & his hip-buddy, Lindsay Graham.

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  21. Weeper says:

    SO….I’m full. We’ve had #Nutjob, followed by Weiners, and now Nothingburger. I WANT popcorn and ice cream 🍿🍨. Many scoops….arrests would be nice, too.

    BTW I like Tucker’s lefty Cryin’ face the best, but I’m biased. 😭

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  22. emet says:

    This investigation will spawn hundreds of cases, none of which will lead to the whitehouse. And the Ds do not have the power to stop it.

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  23. Sam says:

    All the reporting from MSM.. It’s on a epic level of hate. Lies and more lies all pretending it’s coming from the Whitehouse or leakers all to undermine the President.

    Never seen anything like it.. All coordinated, kinda makes you laugh if they thought the Preisdent would be awful and a failure, why are the left and DM/MSM so desperate to take him out before he has even been in office 6 months, besides 4 years.

    They don’t see a wave election for democrats so.. they are trying to invent crisis after crisis. All from their feared imaginations

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  24. Howie says:

    When it dawns on the leftists how vulnerable and exposed they are the howling and moaning will be audible all the way to Moscow. The richter scale will go off the gauge from stompy feet. The Fire Department will be 5 alarms from hair on fire inside the beltway. They will go in to full kill the messenger mode but interfering with the Special Counsel is a felony crime.
    Game
    Set
    Match?
    Stay tuned for the next exciting MSM episode of As the Worms Turn.

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  25. JeremyJohn says:

    The dems will now cry for commision as pelosi already said. Eventually, they will revolt against muller and DOJ. Nothing will satisfy dems and they only want trump to go. This is so shameful of dems and democracy. They just cant accept election loss.

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  26. Bassplayer says:

    The Art of War again. Make the enemy fight itself, Trump appoints one of their own and he will be forced to prosecute his own. Brilliant

    Liked by 5 people

    • fred says:

      wow I scrolled down to write something about the art of war concerning making the opponent so angry they can’t think straight and how Trump is perfectly executing that I see bassplayer was on the same page at the exact same time as me.

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  27. NJF says:

    Speaking of CNN, this is their level of discourse.

    CNN’s Anderson Cooper Tells Trump Supporter Jeffrey Lord: If Trump Took A Dump On His Desk You’d Defend It… | Weasel Zippers

    Jeffrey Lord is making the point that Donald Trump as President can declassify as he sees fit.

    But Anderson Cooper doesn’t find that acceptable.

    http://www.weaselzippers.us/339681-cnns-anderson-cooper-tells-trump-supporter-jeffrey-lord-if-trump-took-a-dump-on-his-desk-youd-defend-it/

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  28. Rosech says:

    Goes to show that we who are older and smarter see this is a charade that will bring the democrats further down the lane to insanity and losing again and again. Even Feinstein, head of the Intelligence Committee (?? intelligent??) has stated more than once there is nothing there, but why not work on the things you were elected to do when you can waste more time and more taxes chasing your shadows!

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    • piper567 says:

      Met Mr and mrs America walking in the park today.
      They said they are so fed up with the hysteria on TV News that they no longer watch it.
      I gave them CTH address in case they wanted to know what TRUMP was planning on doing, where he was going in ME., etc.
      I have had a feeling that this insanity would backfire. This couple cannot be unique.

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    • bflyjesusgrl says:

      Exactly, I’d love to see a list of their work accomplishments for 2017. Hang that up next to President Trump’s first 100 days. What are we paying the Dems for, why do we need them? That’s what we should focus on.

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  29. Howie says:

    Hahaha! Ya’ can’t make this up. Was he lying then or is he lying now! What dolts!
    First on CNN: Comey now believes Trump was trying to influence him, source says
    http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/19/politics/james-comey-trump-influence/index.html?adkey=bn

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  30. Anne says:

    CNN is at it again:

    First on CNN: Comey now believes Trump was trying to influence him, source says

    Former FBI Director James Comey now believes that President Donald Trump was trying to influence his judgment about the Russia probe, a person familiar with his thinking says, but whether that influence amounts to obstruction of justice remains an open question.

    “You have to have intent in order to obstruct justice in the criminal sense,” the source said, adding that “intent is hard to prove.”

    Comey will testify publicly before the Senate intelligence committee after Memorial Day, the panel’s leaders announced Friday.

    The central question at that blockbuster hearing will be whether Comey believed the President was trying to interfere with his investigation.

    Comey’s view of Trump’s intent in their conversations is nuanced, sources say. He initially believed that he could school the new President and White House in what was appropriate during their communications.

    But after his firing, the question of Trump’s intent could become more problematic, one source said. Trump told NBC’s Lester Holt in an interview that he was thinking “of the Russia thing” when he dismissed Comey.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/19/politics/james-comey-trump-influence/index.html

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  31. John from jersey says:

    I’m getting sick and tired of the constant trashing of Trump. It’s getting real old now. Please just let the guy work. We the regular people are tuning out and don’t care what’s said anymore. How in the hell can you impeach a president who has only been in office for 100+ days? Give me a break.

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    • Howie says:

      For them it is impeach, or prison.

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      • John from jersey says:

        Sure is! My question is cant these dummies see that the more they push the stronger he becomes with regular folks because it looks like its him against all of them.

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        • Raffaella says:

          No they truly believe they can influence public opinion because they have successfully done it for so long.

          They are actually turning President Trump into an underdog and meanwhile forgetting that Americans love an underdog. They will find out in 2018.

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    • Joan says:

      I agree with you but, unfortunately, the trashing is in their DNA and they are not going to stop.

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    • Sentient. says:

      The House can impeach and 2/3 of the Senate can remove. It’s all politics. So it’s all about trying to drive Trump’s popularity way down. That’s why it’s all mind games trying to conflate this with Watergate. That’s why they unpack Bernstein from the freezer and wheel him into the studio.

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      • Howie says:

        I do not think a crime has to be proved for impeachment. It is just a political will to do it. Misdemeanor can also mean bad behavior. It is the votes that count. Majority of the House and 2/3 of the Senate and you are outta there. I don’t think the GOP would be willing to pay the price. I hope.
        After being impeached, President Andrew Johnson survived his 1868 Senate trial by just one vote. And to this day, how that vote was cast on May 16, 1868 remains shrouded in controversy.
        On February 24, 1868, President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives. The House charged Johnson with violating the Tenure of Office Act.

        The alleged violation stemmed from Johnson’s decision to remove Secretary of War Edwin Stanton, a prominent Radical Republican left over from the Lincoln Cabinet. To block Johnson from removing Cabinet members without its approval, the House passed the Tenure of Office Act in 1867.

        Johnson challenged the act by firing Stanton and appointing an interim replacement. The House quickly filed 11 impeachment charges, sending the case to the Senate for disposition.

        Two-thirds of the Senate was needed to convict Johnson, and the Republicans made up more than two-thirds of its members. Chief Justice Salmon Chase presided over the trial, which started in March and ended in late May. Thaddeus Stevens was one of the House prosecutors.
        https://www.yahoo.com/news/man-whose-impeachment-vote-saved-andrew-johnson-111608301–politics.html

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    • piper567 says:

      John, the guy IS working.

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      • churchmouse says:

        Yes, of course, but being able to do so without bad press would be a huge relief for DJT.

        He said in one of his 100 Days interviews that he was astonished that he wasn’t getting better press post-inauguration. It bothers him. He just doesn’t let on.

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  32. Plame-Comey Investigative Services.

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  33. Lawrence says:

    They just shut down The_Donald on Reddit. The left is going insane over the Seth Rich discovery and discussion on that sub. They must know That PT is about to drop another MOAB. One tweet about Seth Rich by PT is what they fear.

    Having said that, where do I go now since there is no more T_D?

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    • kathyca says:

      Here’s the message from r/The_Donald

      At 8:41pm ET on 5/19/2017, Reddit Admins removed three The_Donald mods without warning. This was punishment for our refusal to comply to a special set of rules that were imposed only on this subreddit and prevented our members from fully enjoying reddit or our mods from defending users against harassment.
      We’ve temporarily gone dark in a show of strength against these unfair restrictions. Check back at 9 PM EST tomorrow for an announcement.
      We’ve temporarily gone dark in a show of strength against these unfair restrictions. Check back at 9 PM EST tomorrow for an announcement.

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    • Tejas Rob says:

      There is this site, some are already there.

      https://www.rthedonald.co

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      • Sentient. says:

        That site wants your email address. 95% of young people use gmail. Google. YouTube. Blogger. I’m not knowledgeable enough about this, but might not signing up with a gmail account give Google the means – at some point – to thwart that site or censor the YouTube accounts of rthedonald account holders. You can never be paranoid enough.

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  34. andi lee says:

    LOLOL!
    “The many faces of Tucker Carlson”
    😂 😂 😂 ❤!

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  35. albrevin says:

    I voted for Trump, therefore, I ‘colluded’ with Russia. I ‘colluded’. ( can’t wait to make an ‘I colluded’ t-shirt)

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  36. Joe S says:

    And: what is the specific crime (please include the statute violated) on the specific day the statute was violated?

    Liked by 3 people

  37. distracted2 says:

    Finally, someone speaks up, who isn’t suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome, who is committed to the rule of law.

    Liked by 2 people

    • kathyca says:

      He has his own personal agenda and set of misguided (imo) beliefs — which I think, historically, has stopped him from publicly jumping up and down as much as I’d like. But he’s intellectually honest when it comes to the law — and the Constitution, in particular. Hopefully, this is a watershed moment for him, and he will continue to speak publicly against the witch hunt. I don’t care if it’s only because he wants the dems to stop killing themselves. They won’t lol

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  38. Wee2low says:

    All this is, is a narrative run up to the 2020 elections. Plain and simple.

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  39. This whole thing will lead back to Seth Rich it has the Dems and Hillary in full panic mode!

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  40. tempo150101 says:

    I said this on InstaPundit and I will say it here. Trump needs to treat the White House like Iraq. He needs to occupy it, and put it through De-Baathification. He needs to replace practically everybody, including his mailroom guy.

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  41. Frank says:

    If “muh Russia” is a nothingburger, then the DOJ special counsel has to be a rubber biscuit.

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  42. He should know what is most secure.

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  43. trapper says:

    Uncle Don.

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  44. “This entire ‘muh Russia’ fiasco could have, and in my estimation ‘will have‘, the absolute opposite result the loony left is looking for.”

    Exactly. President Trump is squeaky clean in a filthy town. So the usual assumptions that everyone has dirt on each other going back decades doesn’t apply. The order from the assistant attorney general appoint a special counsel directs him to investigate crimes with respect to collusion with “the Russians” and also any crimes uncovered in the course of that investigation.

    This is the special counsel that then candidate Trump said he would have look into Crooked Hillary’s situation. Since the “muh Russia” story is a DNC lie, the special counsel’s investigation will lead to that source of the baseless Russia story. When the investigation looks into the source of the emails published by Wikileaks, it will learn that the real source of the DNC emails Wikileaks published wasn’t hacking by “the Rusians”, but a leak from within the DNC itself. The issue isn’t Trump vs Clinton, but SANDERS vs Clinton. The DNC cheated Sanders, so Berniebro Seth Rich (who worked for the DNC) leaked emails to Wikileaks.

    He was murdered in July of 2016 in DC. His watch and wallet were untouched. But where is his laptop…? This is why the MSM is shilling harder than they ever have in history. But this isn’t going away. The investigation continues.

    Always trust Trump.

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  45. Howie says:

    If the president knew about Flynn how could the Russians blackmail Flynn or the president?

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  46. Papoose says:

    It seems to me Dershowitz is ringing the bell and sounding the alarms for the Dems to chill. I think he is warning them to close the Pandora Box before its too late. He’s on a mission. “Let it go”.

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  47. PDQ says:

    Donald Trump has a history of this exact strategy. He creates such angst amid his opponents they drive themselves to the furthest extreme in opposition.

    Why I think he had the Russian ambassador to the Whitehouse, pictures taken, etc.
    I thought the timing was odd…given the overblown “Muh Russia” angst…but..but…I think I get it now.

    🙂

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    • Joe S says:

      He invites Kissinger into ova office to bring back memories of Nixon who was impeached.

      He then goes on TV with Lester Holt, and does not say he fired Comey because of Russia, but drops the comment so that it could be interpreted that way. With Holt, he acts brash and demonstrates a “brazen contempt” for Comey, which he probably hyped.

      He either intentionally leaked the things said in that meeting or he fed it to bad actors in the NSC, etc, who he knew would not be able to resist t=leaking stuff like this.

      It was a perfect setup!

      The brazen media is so blinded by their stereotypes of President Trump, that they took the bait and suggested that he is a moronic psychopath who who is unfit to lead. And the Pulitzer Prize winning windbag who the right loves Peggy Noonan recaps that he is “unfit!” Man is she overrated. Doe anyone see through her use of phony use of “lofty prose.” It is really not brilliant to me. I cant stand the bitch.

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    • Joe S says:

      …..sort of like the “Khazir Khan controversy” and the “McCain is not a hero” controversy.

      Go ahead, keep going, and I will really tell you why I think what I think.

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