Rudy Giuliani Discusses Status of Mueller Investigation…

President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani appears on Fox News to discuss the latest events, scripts and narratives within the Mueller investigation.

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153 Responses to Rudy Giuliani Discusses Status of Mueller Investigation…

  1. anniefannie says:

    Time to wrap this hoax up!

    Liked by 16 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      No need! This hoax is exactly that and the majority of Americans are seeing it for exactly what it is. It is a complete train wreck and there is nothing Mueller, his 17 Angry Democrats or the MSM can do to change it.

      Rudy told you exactly why our President will never talk to any of these POS. They will say that he perjured himself because x, y and z said something different. That is all they have and our people know it.

      You have this animal, a friend and his wives in NM allowed to post bail after having their child found dead and his other children being trained to kill American children in our schools and Paul Manafort sits in solitary confinement 23 hours a day. That is bringing more and more Americans into feeling what we know to be Cold Anger. In my book, that is a great thing.

      Liked by 62 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        Liked by 48 people

        • JasonD says:

          Agreed Flep, the enemies of POTUS are his best allies in terms of winning in the mid terms. They are hanging themselves, voluntarily. This is what TDS appears to do to one!

          Liked by 9 people

        • scott467 says:

          “Currently Paul Manafort is being held in a cell for alleged tax fraud”


          And Jeanine Pirro said it was regarding an alleged tax fraud from 2007.

          What’s the statute of limitations on something like that?!?

          The alleged ‘crime’ was 11 years ago.

          I don’t see a single potential violation with a Statute of Limitations longer than SIX years.


          Description of – Code Section – Statute of Code Section Offense Limitations
          Tax Evasion 26 U.S.C. § 7201 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(2)

          Failure to 26 U.S.C. § 7202 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(4) Collect, Account [FN1] For or Pay Over Failure to Pay 26 U.S.C. § 7203 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(4) Tax Failure to File a 26 U.S.C. § 7203 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(4) Return [FN2]
          Failure to Keep 26 U.S.C. § 7203 3 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531 Records Failure to Supply 26 U.S.C. § 7203 3 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531 Information Supply False 26 U.S.C. § 7205 3 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531 Withholding Exemption Certificate File False Tax 26 U.S.C. § 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(5) Return 7206(1) Aid or Assist in 26 U.S.C. § 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(3) Preparation of 7206(2) False Tax Return Deliver or 26 U.S.C. § 7207 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(5) Disclose False Document Attempt to 26 U.S.C. § 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(6) Interfere With 7212(a) [FN3] Administration of Internal Revenue Laws Conspiracy to 18 U.S.C. § 371 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(8) Commit Tax Evasion Conspiracy to 18 U.S.C. § 371 6 years 26 U.S.C. § 6531(1) Defraud the Internal Revenue Service False Claim for 18 U.S.C. § 5 years 18 U.S.C. § 3282 Refund 286/287 False Statement 18 U.S.C. § 1001 5 years 18 U.S.C. § 3282

          Liked by 22 people

          • thinkthinkthink says:

            Good point.

            Liked by 5 people

          • Julian says:

            There is no statue of limitations for murder, terrorism, treason etc.

            Liked by 4 people

            • scott467 says:

              “There is no statue of limitations for murder, terrorism, treason etc.”


              But there is for tax fraud, according to the government’s own codes, legislation, statutes, legalities, legalisms and other made up stuff that has nothing to do with the Common Law / Law of the Land!

              Liked by 11 people

          • Dave Sanderson says:

            ANSWER TO “WHAT’S THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR TAX FRAUD” > Manafort’s alleged ‘tax fraud’ was in 2007 = 10 years prior to being charged in 2017. “For unfiled tax returns, criminal violations or fraud, the practical limit is six years. Once an assessment is made, the IRS collection statute is typically 10 years.”

            So, MANAFORT MAY BE IN THE CLEAR (statute of limitations is 6 years) IF THE IRS DIDN’T MAKE AN ASSESSMENT OF HIS AMOUNT OWING BY DEC. 31, 2017. However, Manafort’s got an army of high priced lawyers and I doubt us CTH deplorable misfits are ‘legally smarter’ than his lawyers.

            Liked by 7 people

          • Interpretation of Federal Law has become subjective. So are Conclusions Of Law- especially by activist jurists.

            One great Leftist “invention” is case law supplanting black letter law. Abandonment of an absolute standard in favor of the “judgment of the day” gives Leftists elastic legal definitions. Imagine the EVIL these creeps are doing with the moving of legal fences and goal posts!

            This is why suspected Islamist murderers walk free giving American People the finger and an old man like Manafort rots in solitary (for his own “protection” you see…) unconvicted.

            End the Fed, end the FBI, end the DOJ and return criminal prosecution to the States! Centralized policing is a disaster to individual freedom!

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            • MelH says:

              I keep having fits of cold anger over the judge in Hawaii stopping the President’s immigration ban. What power did he have that made that possible, and why hasn’t that same power been used on other things the President has done? I know, double Standards, but POTUS was brand new and I thought should have fired that judge the same way he fired Sally Yates, for “insubordination”.

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          • Iwasthere says:

            I think with tax cases they can play it forward. And force you to establish your basis – which could be a transaction of many many years before.

            Liked by 1 person

          • TPW says:

            Is prosecuting him for tax violation or bank


          • G. Combs says:

            Very old INDICTMENT. An Indictment STOPS the statute of limitations time clock. HOWEVER not bringing it to trial violates the 6th Amendment — SPEEDY TRIAL.

            In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.


        • jbowen82 says:

          He’s in jail for the DC trial that hasn’t happened yet, on being an unregistered lobbyist. The judge in the tax fraud trial did not put him in jail. The other one (the DC judge) is much more worrisome.

          Liked by 11 people

      • AKM says:

        As you say, the unpopularity of the Mueller probe actually works FOR Trump at present. It is the same with the attempt by CNN / AP / NBC / Politico / NYT to doxx the jurors in the Manafort case. A huge amount of people are disgusted and appalled by that move. Similarly, the NYT hiring Sarah Jeong, an out-and-out racist to their editorial board turns off a large part of the population. The Left at present cannot work out that these moves are working against them.

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      • Y’all Know What Time It Is says:

        That is bringing more and more Americans into feeling what we know to be Cold Anger. In my book, that is a great thing.
        Only the ones who know about it.

        Liked by 2 people

  2. FuBu says:

    Can I hear Amen????!!!????

    Liked by 12 people

  3. Minnie says:

    Video unavailable ??

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Gman says:

    Really, now it’s an issue

    Liked by 2 people

  5. WSB says:

    The Persico comment was hilarious!

    Liked by 9 people

  6. WSB says:

    Oh, PS, so McGhan has been babysitting Mueller?

    Liked by 13 people

  7. Bethany Beach says:

    Before Rudy Guiliani became one of President Trump’s personal lawyers, it was briefly announced that Joe D’Genova was going to be serving in that position. Then, within several days, another of the President’s personal lawyers – Jay Sekulow – announced that with respect to Mr. D’Genova, there was a “conflict of interest”, and he would not serve as a personal lawyer for the President.

    I was disappointed to learn of this conflict because I thought that Joe would have been a huge asset for the President, especially in the ongoing wrestling match with Mr. Mueller. Was the actual “conflict of interest” ever revealed publically?

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  8. nimrodman says:

    Interesting take here:

    “Director Brennan’s recent statements purport to know as fact that the Trump campaign colluded with a foreign power. If Director Brennan’s statement is based on intelligence he received while leading the CIA, why didn’t he include it in the Intelligence Community Assessment……
    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2018

    …..released in 2017. If his statement is based on intelligence he has seen since leaving office, it constitutes an intelligence breach……” Richard Burr (R-NC) Senate Intel Cmte Chair @LouDobbs
    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2018

    PRESIDENT TRUMP Just Revealed The Trap John Brennan Caught Himself In…AND IT’S GLORIOUS!

    Liked by 14 people

  9. Archie says:

    Ugh! Fox News is so boring.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. missilemom says:

    This was definitely not confident Rudy. The notion that McGahn discussed his confidential Trump conversations with Mueller is something I can’t quite wrap my head around. Executive privilege???

    Liked by 2 people

    • oldschool says:

      Rudy’s affect tonight seemed “off”, but I am wondering if he was just holding his cards close to the vest? Hope that’s the case.

      Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Rudy was over all pretty good.

      He deflected a bit more than normal when JJ asked him about Mueller Team’s claim that they have 4x as much evidence against Manafort for the next trial. Rudy’s reply wasn’t what I was expecting.
      “I, I, I, I, I can kind of listen to the people who may be giving out rumors and say that…there may be something to it, but…I don’t know….”

      Need to get a better answer on that one.

      Liked by 1 person

      • mr.piddles says:

        Rudy is not going to comment on the Manafort case, other than his vague “I’ve heard through the grapevine” comment. Manafort is unrelated, and it wouldn’t be professionally appropriate (I don’t think, though I’m no lawyer) to publicly comment on a totally unrelated government case. At least, **I** wouldn’t want him to comment on it… why muddy the waters for himself? Trump’s team is in a position of advantage ATM, IMO.

        Liked by 11 people

      • Ditch Mitch says:

        I I I I caught that stutter too GB. He may have been playing the “crowd.” Jeanine did preface the question with an I know you can’t answer this but…

        Gennerally Rudy was good. The “panic” comment caught my attention as Jeanine said it once and Rudy said it at least twice. I tend to agree as Mule paddy may be losing the Manford trial, Flynn sentencing is coming up, and PDJT wont be sucked into an “interview.”

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      • TPW says:

        Just as they have the same evidence on just about everyone in DC for the same thing….this is how I understand it.


    • mr.piddles says:

      Right but Trump said “Go forth and be honest. Nothing to hide here.” The worst I’ve read so far is that McGhann referred to Trump as “King Kong” at some point. And that Trump wanted to actively alter the public perception of the Russia investigation — which is something he had been asking for since before he was sworn in, FFS. Trump asked Comey multiple times: “All I see is leaks that are pre-Russia Collusion. Please do me a favor and balance that equation with public statements from the FBI.” Duh. This is a matter of public record. If that constitutes an argument for “obstruction”, then that charge will be laughed at by any objective jurist. Only the Jeffrey Toobins of the world can approach that level of stretching of what has been described as “a very hard thing to prove” (obstruction, that is).

      Who knows what McGhann has said. Ultimately firing Comey went through McGhann and some others. IMO the NYT article is simply trying push their continuing approach to this whole episode: Guilt By Obfuscation. Which is closely related to Guilt By Conflation.

      Remember how Manafort was supposed to “flip” on the President? Then Gates. Then this guy. And that woman. And this other guy. They were all support to “flip”. “Flip? You mean like a pancake”?

      It’s the last gasps of a desperate cabal.

      Liked by 11 people

      • The Boss says:

        The NYT article is largely rehashed old news. There are only so many ways and times one can serve leftovers.

        Liked by 2 people

      • snellvillebob says:

        Manafort has a problem you see he is trying every over and underhanded method of getting people to flip and say anything he wants them to say but it is against the one person who can pardon anyone. Privately Manafort must be laughing in Mueller’s face and that is the real reason why Mueller put him in solitary.

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      • TPW says:

        If I had been selected for potential Juror I would have refused to serve based on the injustice. At some point the people of this country must make a loud noise concerning what is going on with our Justice system. It will be a brazen example of corruption if some of these people are not punished.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Doppler says:

      This shows you how thoughtful and far-sighted POTUS was, to be willing to waive his privileges like this. Methinks that, from the moment Admiral Rogers clued him in in 2016, his mind was racing ahead to moments like these, and informed everything he said to everyone along the way.

      I now think he has three super powers: 1) he sees a lot more than most people do, and to see solutions to problems that most didn’t realize were problems, 2) he has the executive abilities to make a billion dollars developing real estate, and to restructure the entire global trade dynamic, while draining the swamp and discrediting the media, and 3) he is a master communicator, able to simultaneously inspire his base to support, while with the same messages, troll his enemies into destroying themselves.

      What’s his Kryptonite? None apparent, so far. Let’s pray it doesn’t exist, or that, if it does, his enemies do not discover it before he has completed his mission.

      Liked by 14 people

      • pyromancer76 says:

        His kryptonite is his American entrepreneurial training in many fields. Nothing else in the world like it, either today or in past history, although a few might have come close. (Try a course in economic history and see the amazing building of opportunity and prosperity as the American Republic comes into maturity.) American geniuses can do amazing things with the abundance of opportunity. So can the everyday American.

        This opportunity for training in a free enterprise (not capitalist) economy is precious, is essentially what our founders fought for, what the Civil War was fought about (think about how many died over the attempt to retain a slave-based economy), The simple phrase no taxation without representation already says a lot.

        More on “Not Capitalist.” Marx defined capitalism — from a Purdue U guide to critical theory — Karl Marx’s terms: “Capitalism:
        A socio-economic system based especially on private ownership of the means of production and the exploitation of the labor force. See especially the Marx module on stages of socioeconomic development and the module on capital.”

        Notice the standard Hegelian dialectic-dualism-oppositions — either this or that in conflict. Note that absolute determinism in a teleological ending. End America’s capture by marxism in all its varieties, especially Critical Theory today — which means don’t describe American society as a capitalist society. We act in a free enterprise society. Maybe others have additional or better descriptors, but forget “capitalism.” With that identity you are defeated before you even start.

        One P.S. We are fighting the continuing spread of slavery in many guises — trafficking in labor (mainly men), trafficking in sexual exploitation (mainly women) and trafficking in child debasement, molestation, and all kinds of abuse, especially sexual.

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      • TPW says:

        Kinda sounds like he may have a little help!


  11. Doug says:

    NYT? Now they wouldn’t be complicit in any narrative creating now would they??

    Liked by 11 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      As SD has pointed out, and as public information seems to point to: NYT and some others have a lot to hide. They’re beyond Vive la Resistance at this and into.

      It occurred to me: why did Trump have a tete-a-tete with the owner of the NYT recently? Did the owner of the NYT plead with Trump to “not let this go too far?”. As many here have said: Trump knows everything. And the everybody else knows that Trump knows everything. And that’s not a good thing if you’re on that end of the sh*t stick.

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    • FanGirl says:

      That would be a first! /s

      Liked by 1 person

  12. Troublemaker10 says:

    Giuliani sure has been in a good mood lately.

    Liked by 8 people

  13. Publius2016 says:

    once again, Our Favorite President offers Deep State a way out before total destruction…hope they take it and return to the shadows…SPOOKS need to be America First! from now on…

    Liked by 3 people

    • L. Gee says:

      I hope they DON’T take the way out and instead, get what’s coming to them. Otherwise, we’ll be in the same mess we’re in now (only much worse and without a fearless leader) because they’re just going to keep trying to destroy America!


      • Stickboy says:

        There should be no olive leaf offered to these pieces of shit, they will rise again and next time, they won’t make the same mistakes. Their ideology has to be destroyed. There are currently two main ideologies, in order for there to be a lasting peace in the world, there can be only one.

        I see no current replacement for Trump, he is beyond exceptional, and when he is finished his term/s, who will carry on in his stead?

        Liked by 1 person

  14. stats guy says:

    I read the nyt piece earlier. Obviously they are trying for a John Dean. Regrettably, in this society if you make yourself into a John Dean you’ll have a ticket for life. Just like Woodword and Bernstein. Bernstein is a leftist and still comes on the TV pushing his wacko theories. All the ‘good guys’ from Watergate have had decades of plaudits from the socialist media.

    All the self-aggrandizers milling around the kleig lights are looking for just that. And I do think that one reason the socialist press is especially venomous is that they know the RINOs hate Trump too, so they feel yet more empowered. It is just the deplorables that disagree with them.

    I do hope the Rs do well in the mid-terms..not that they deserve it, most don’t…but having Nancy (or other socialist loon) in charge of the House will be insufferable.

    Liked by 5 people

    • beachbum31 says:

      12 un-named sources? ,,,,, < 1 named

      Liked by 1 person

    • mr.piddles says:

      And Bernstein is directly related to Fake News CNN. And he propagates the transparent lies and obfuscation and narrative building that a great many people are catching onto. That’s the bed HE HIMSELF made, and that will be the price to his “legacy”.


    • Dick_Turpin says:

      Jon Rappoport explain pretty well what happened in the Watergate set up of Nixon.
      Woodward and Bernstein had it laid on a plate for them.

      They took the credit just like Pukeberg is allowed to take the plaudits for starting fakebook when really it was CIA venture capitalist money that got it going and they OWN PUKEberg.
      Here Jon explains how the deep state operate when you cross them but as I always say at least Nixon escaped with his life unlike JFK who said he would rip the CIA into a 1000 pieces and warned of the “monolithic shadow government that seeks to enslave every man, woman and child and who have no ;loyalty to any nation and who fight in the darkness instead of on the battlefield in daylight……..”


  15. Greg says:

    Mueller should be seen as just as corrupt as Strozk, Comey, McCabe and Ohr and hauled before Congress to explain. He is a partisan hack masquerading as Yoda.

    Liked by 8 people

  16. I’d like to know more about the McGhan/Mueller “30 hours” of meetings…….under oath….recorded….transcript available? Or was it a Flynn type “interview”?

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Greg says:

    Kudos to Judge Jeanine for exposing Mueller as the fraud he is – the serial cleaner for the Deep -State mob.

    Liked by 8 people

    • mutantbeast says:

      Her book exposes Muleturd with BCCI, with Whitey Bulger and with the fact that Muleturd let the Bin Laden family escape from the US(they lived in Boston-Hmmm didnt 2 of those planes take off from Logan on 9/11? where was Mohammhead Atta staying the night of 9/10/01?


  18. iconoclast says:

    Rudy knows Mueller has nothing. As Mark Twain said, he looks like a man “with the serene confidence which a Christian feels in four aces.”

    Liked by 9 people

  19. blind no longer says:

    PDJT could have evoked attorney/client privilege, and McGahn would not have been able to speak to Mueller…so POTUS must have felt very confident about what he would testify to. You’ll never hear the fake news media report that though.

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  20. NJF says:


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  21. Tattoo De Plane says:

    I noticed McGahn’s statement used the word “fulsomely” as we’ve seen again and again.


    This appears to be the Obama administrations use of surveillance of American citizens on American soil by foreign intelligence agencies to get around FISC restrictions. Susan Rice signed this on behalf of the President of the United States, so there is no denying that Obama knew about the foreign surveillance begun on candidate Donald Trump.

    Whenever someone has used this word, it has something to do with being compromised by illegal surveillance. Notice how Judge Janine emphasized it.

    I know McGahn has been of great assistance to the president, but I’ve questioned his advice lately and I’ve heard he’s fallen out of favor with Trump. The Kavanaugh pick surprised me because 1. He and his wife are so close with the Bush family 2. He’s very establishment 3. His paper trail 4. His opinion from the Ken Starr investigation would imply Trump is afraid of Mueller 5. He took three years to confirm to the DC circuit court of appeals. Then I read McGahn was pushing for him. I thought that seemed strange.

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  22. scott467 says:

    There’s that word ‘fulsomely’ again. I remember when Rooster-head used that word too. Is that some kind of ‘inside the swamp’ lingo?


    1) offensive to good taste, especially as being excessive; overdone or gross:
    2) disgusting; sickening; repulsive: a table heaped with fulsome mounds of greasy foods.
    3) excessively or insincerely lavish: fulsome admiration.
    4) encompassing all aspects; comprehensive: a fulsome survey of the political situation in Central America.
    5) abundant or copious.

    Clearly they must mean definition number 4, but that’s a long way to go to get past all the more common meanings of the word.

    And it always sounds like they just think they’ll sound more impressive if they say “fulsome” instead of “fully”.

    Either they don’t know what the word means, or they’re only using it to ‘put on airs’. Seems like a poor word choice either way.

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  23. Chicago->Arizona says:

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    • Dutchman says:

      There it is; “we release ours” the Presidents team already had their report written, and ready to release.

      It’s dueling reports, and whatever muleheads report says, like recommending impeachment for obstruction of justice, the POTUS report is,going to blow it out of the water.

      Perhaps an investigation of the investigators. Is Rudy saying “go ahead, make my day”, or is he ‘threatening’ mulehead.
      S.C. has options; he can publically release his report, or he can, IIRC, just give it to Pres.,…

      Perhaps Rudy is giving mulehead one ‘out’, for the corner he’s painted himself into; If mulehead takes option “B”, and just gives report to POTUS, there is no need,to release POTUS teams report?

      Liked by 4 people

    • iconoclast says:

      Perhaps the Trump/Rudy report will include declassified information laying out the breathtaking corruption that enabled Mueller’s investigation in the first place. Think of it as a trump card.

      Liked by 1 person

  24. Ghost says:

    Observations from a smaller branch.

    When I read that tweet.

    I just envisioned a U.S. battleship sending a full broadside in preparations for an incoming invasion. We are here, we are coming and there is nothing you can do but run,hide or lose.

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  25. Julian says:

    Giuliani claims Mueller plans to end Trump obstruction probe by Sept. 1

    Good news. Rudy says Mueller will be finished in under 2 weeks.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. pyromancer76 says:

    At the beginning of the comments, Anniefannie says it’s time to wrap up this hoax. I hope readers see this as so much more than a hoax. I think we need to be talking treason for Mueller and his 17 co-conspirators. This is an investigation based on fraud. To fraudulently investigate the lawfully elected President of the United States in order to subvert the Constitution, rule of law, and overthrow a duly elected President of the United States is treason in my book. I think they all deserve Gitmo and a military tribunal. It is this serious.

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  27. Where is the outrage among the FISA court judges? If I were a judge and found that false testimony played a large part in my decision, I would issue a bench warrant for the liars without delay. Is it just me, or has anyone else felt this way?

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  28. covfefe999 says:

    Stephanopolous on Good Morning America this morning (Sunday) was totally running with the McGahn story. I noticed that his and the hosts’ facial expressions and other non-verbal communications function like dramatic music, they make the story appear much more serious than it really is. If you didn’t hear the adtual words you might have thought McGahn murdered someone. It’s just so laughable! Lib propaganda media try SO hard to make their audience think that each story means the end of Trump. Over and over and over again. They’ve been doing this since late 2015. You’d think some of the libs would get a clue, they’ve been played.

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    • lastinillinois says:

      Those that do have a clue know they have only 1 option:
      Play their hand out to the very end.

      They are exposed, bluffing (over-acting) is the only hand they have left to play.


  29. magatrump says:

    Pray for justice. End this witch hunt.


    • Howard Richman says:

      The American Thinker piece is fun to read. And the video that it discusses (shown below) is definitely fun to watch. It’s almost as much fun to watch as the Rudy video above. Enjoy!


  30. yy4u says:

    Tread lightly here. Herr Comrade Mueller is nobody to be trifled with. Ask Drs. Hatfill and Ivins (no, belay that on Ivins — he killed himself when Herr Comrade Mueller’s FBI targeted him and laid open his life to the media. Ask Scooter Libby who lost his law license and would have gone to jail had President Bush not commuted his sentence — he didn’t do anything either. Ask Rod Blagojevitch who is serving seven out of 14 years because most likely he was getting too close to outing someone the FBI didn’t want outed. Ask Martha Stewart who spent time in the slammer for lying to Herr Comrade Mueller’s FBI. Ask General Flynn who is waiting sentencing. Ask Carter Page and George Papadopodoulos who are getting the squeeze put on them. Ask….

    POTUS is a fighter. He doesn’t like to be kept on the sidelines while someone has at it on him. But in this case the someone has no integrity and is trying to lure him into a trap.

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  31. Minnie says:

    Thank you, Turranos 👍


  32. Mark McQueen says:

    My guess is Mueller’s report won’t contain anything more substantial, FACTUALLY, than he could have put together before he ever started this sham.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. RyderLee says:

    Absolutely LOVE the Picture above with Our POTUS
    Holding the Looking Glass on Mueller !
    …..Says a Thousand Words !
    Actually , it Tells the Whole Story !
    MAGA ! KAG !


  34. mutantbeast says:

    Jeannine Pirro has in her book some of the shenanigans of Mule turd from his time as US Asst DA for Boston and his involvement in the Whitey Bulger case. Maybe DJT needs to tweet out some questions to Muleturd about WHY the FBI, then under his control in Boston as US Atty there, let Bulger(and his brother Billy, then president of the taxachsheets state senate) literally murder witnesses against Bulger because Bulger was supposedly a FBI CI against the Petracca crime family, and also how Bulger sent 4 innocent men to jail for a murder they didnt commit, protected by Mule turd and his pal Weissmann. Howie Carr, who Bulger unsucessfully tried to have murdered, would be a nice confirmation of the story.


  35. MelH says:

    From time to time I allow myself to replay , in my mind, a skit about President Trump being impeached because Mueller has found “something”. This article put that notion in the garbage heap: President Trump is President until 2024!


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