Report: Weissmann Leaving Mueller Team and Justice Department…

According to an NPR report, and confirmed by secondary sourcing, Andrew Weissmann is soon to depart the special counsel probe of Robert Mueller.  According to special counsel spokesman Peter Carr “Andrew Weissmann will be concluding his detail to the Special Counsel’s Office in the near future.”

The intensely political Mr. Weissmann is not just leaving the Special Counsel, he is also leaving his job at the Justice Department.  He will be teaching at NYU.

Additionally, this announcement happens just one day before the March 15th deadline by representatives Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows for new Attorney General William Barr to respond about numerous conflicts of interest surrounding Weissmann and his engagements with the 2016 DOJ election effort to stop Donald Trump.

WASHINGTON DC – One of the most prominent members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team investigating Russia’s attack on the 2016 presidential election will soon leave the office and the Justice Department, two sources close to the matter tell NPR.

Andrew Weissmann, the architect of the case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, will study and teach at New York University and work on a variety of public service projects, including his longstanding interest in preventing wrongful convictions by shoring up forensic science standards used in courts, the sources added.

The departure is the strongest sign yet that Mueller and his team have all but concluded their work.  (read more)

Previous discussion of March 15th deadline:

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244 Responses to Report: Weissmann Leaving Mueller Team and Justice Department…

  1. bayoukiki says:

    “and work on a variety of public service projects, including his longstanding interest in preventing wrongful convictions by shoring up forensic science standards used in courts, the sources added” This latter languages leads me to believe there’s been some sort of disciplinary action involved and these are the terms of disposition of that action — that he work on public service projects that would address perpetrators of the prosecutorial conduct in which he engaged. Think Arthur Andersen

    Liked by 28 people

      • bertdilbert says:

        The whole unfounded SC was misconduct. Or worse.

        Liked by 14 people

        • Daniel says:

          It’s obstruction of the president. He deserves a 3rd term to compensate for the obstruction of this president.

          The whole point of this was to keep the president separated from the justice department. Nothing else. That’s the intention and that’s what happened. It worked spectacularly.

          Yes, they went fishing and hoping for something with which to take Trump down, but they knew they didn’t have anything from the beginning. Yes, they have been going after people surrounding the president, that was to get the president to negotiate terms of surrender. He will not surrender. Even if his own children are arrested, tried and convicted of something, he would not surrender. He met with his family before he ran. He and his family knew what they were getting into and how bad it could get.

          But once again, I say, their insurance policy was specifically about keeping the DOJ and the FBI separated from the president. And the media knew this specifically. If you will recall that’s all they talked about. Forget that the DOJ and the FBI report to the president. For all other presidents before Trump, there was nothing wrong with the president directing the DOJ and FBI in specific directions.

          Their plan has been working. But it feels like it’s coming to a close now doesn’t it? Was there a negotiation? Are the revelations in the released congressional testimonies more sunlight than the Mueller team could handle? Many of these details can’t be answered. But to me, the more important question is whether or not Trump will seek justice once the Justice department is his.

          Liked by 16 people

          • bertdilbert says:

            I think a cover up and keeping things tied up “under investigation” was the primary motivation. It was certainly effective. Obstruction under the guise of an investigation.

            Liked by 9 people

          • redhotsnowman says:

            More like “we” deserve a third term. How much more MAGA could we be right now?
            I feel robbed!!

            Liked by 2 people

          • Bill Hollinger says:

            “He deserves a 3rd term to compensate for the obstruction of this president”. What a wonderful idea to begin floating, so we can watch the leftists go apoplectic and lose what little is left of their minds.

            Liked by 2 people

        • Orville R. Bacher says:

          Russia was an amateur effort compared to the D.C. Mob Insider attempted coup. Apparently the coup members have no sense of smell.

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      • It should be abundantly clear by now that, in the Obama/Clinton/Demonic Rat Universe, “prosecutorial conduct” is NOTHING BUT misconduct.

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    • Either you’re right, or it’s anoter sick joke by Weissmann.

      Weissmann working on initiatives to prevent wrongful convictions is like Xi Jinping working on initiatives to reduce intellectual property theft.

      Liked by 33 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      Community service for lawyers, he must have worked out a deal. Which likely means no further prosecution. He got off.

      Liked by 13 people

      • CNY3 says:

        😡 That d-bag turd.

        Liked by 4 people

      • elizabethraynorshort says:

        FBI and US Attorney’s Office reach to New York if they so desire. No one is safe. NO DEALS. (Hopefully.)

        Liked by 6 people

        • Marygrace Powers says:

          “No one is safe. NO DEALS. (Hopefully.)”

          AG Barr will have the nickname “AG JAWS”
          I smell blood in the water, and NO ONE IS SAFE.

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          • Avi says:

            from your words to G-ds ears.
            but if you’re correct , it makes the untrusted Sessions look even worse.

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          • elizabethraynorshort says:

            Marygrace, all right! So do I. Big things are happening. Look at Gordon Caplan who was arrested in “Operation Varsity Blues”. Google. Lawfirm. Clients. Other lawyers in trouble. Clintons>Susan Thomases (The Enforcer). It’s cover. He’s the TARGET. Way in. hitlery & Co. PAIN. BLOOD.

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            • Can you explain further?

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              • Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

                Google Gordon Caplan. Lok at law firm and awyers. Susan Thomased. Clients.

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                • swimeasy says:

                  Very interesting Elizabeth. Either I am way off or Wilkie has been very busy scrubbing their web site. You can’t find Susan Thomased in the lawyer directory under “T” and if you do a search by name, it comes up as Susan R Cohen and no mention of Clintons.

                  Caplan is also suddenly missing from their web site either by directory, name search and their detailed history of the firm where they record when Co Chairs assumed responsibility only goes up to 2014.

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                • swimeasy says:

                  Oh, I also forgot to mention that one of their lawyers- Feldman) was brought in as Chief Legal Advisor for the Obama Admin Task Force on the Auto Industry. He is a Bankruptcy partner.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Well, they say it takes a thief to catch a thief. In the wrongful convictions area, he has loads of experience.

      Liked by 4 people

    • OSP says:

      Wasn’t exactly the “school” he deserves…

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    • bayou- EXACTLY ^^^^^

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    • JiminCO says:

      As a lawyer, i think this guy is a monster, drunk on extrapolated power (federal govt). It is my hope that DOJ wakes up, produces real prosecutors (there HAS to be rivals in the DOJ that hate this guy), so to allow Weissman to limit his work to prevent “wrongful conviction” to the bolted down table in the prison general day rooms, while dressed in orange.

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      Wow. I wouldn’t want Weissman’s help if I was wrongly convicted. Sidney Powell must be having a good laugh over Weissman’s interest in preventing wrongful convictions.

      Liked by 7 people

  2. mrsqt says:

    One by one… Until there are NONE. Good riddance!

    Liked by 21 people

  3. SpotTheSpook says:

    Beware the Ides of March…

    Liked by 16 people

  4. cthulhu says:

    I see an obvious typo in the press release. It says, “longstanding interest in preventing wrongful convictions” when it should clearly read, “longstanding interest in obtaining wrongful convictions.”

    Liked by 38 people

    • Piggy says:

      He’s going to teach “How to Wrongfully Convict and get Tax Payers to Pay the Tab”.

      His first case studies will be Enron and Arthur Anderson…

      This guy is a sick joke.

      P.S. Robert “I Framed Innocents for Anthrax” Mueller’s report is done.

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      • Thankful for Americans Outside of DPRK says:

        Hello Piggy and other Treepers, a question that pops up is to zoom out to make sense of a bigger picture if there is one:

        Could it be that Arthur Anderson (sp) demise was intentional to clear the field of legitimate accounting in the “business/ capital” world? This would open the door to a more “globally connected” idealogically aligned accounting entity that would have the keys the the Pandoras Box (all of the data and business of Anderson’s former clients)

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        • Piggy says:

          Maybe.

          Anything is possible with people lIke Weismann. Arthur Anderson was the one of the oldest and respected public accounting firms. Attacking it would make sense in deconstructing the old ways.

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          • Thankful for Americans Outside of DPRK says:

            Thank you for your reply. For years I have wondered why do I keep hearing the same message from so many “different” and “independent” media sources.

            I would ask “How is it with so many issues, and potential different solutions we keep hearing the same message droning on and on?”

            The first clue I had (early 40’s here) was when G. Stephanopoulos went from the Clinton Administration to a “news desk”. I said WTH is he doing there, the referees aren’t supposed to play for either team.

            It’s refreshing to find others with curiosity and a willingness to dig beyond the surface. I enjoy reading everyone’s posts.

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    • TeeJay says:

      “He will be teaching at NYU.”
      So a slimeball lawyer will teach NYU students how to become slimeball lawyers. Wonderful.

      Liked by 18 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      You win tne Internet today!

      Liked by 3 people

  5. Blind no longer says:

    Somebody from the DOJ should STILL have to answer about this conflict!!!! No more avoiding the sunlight. So long you corrupt POS!!!!

    Liked by 16 people

  6. CNY3 says:

    That turd should be in an orange jumpsuit. He should have been disbarred years ago. How appropriate he will be “teaching” at NYU. The “safe place” for liberal propaganda in college curricula today.

    Liked by 15 people

  7. amwick says:

    So, if I remember from other characters, if he is out of the DOJ he can no longer be required to answer questions by, oh, somebody like an IG? 🤔🤔🤔 Not that he would have any explaining to do, but that does seem convenient.. hmmmmm Nah, there has to be a good reason for his leaving.

    Liked by 13 people

  8. Elric VIII says:

    The rats are deserting the sinking ship.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Cassandra says:

    Barr, the new broom to sweep things clean, is doing just that. Just don’t look under the rug.

    Liked by 12 people

  10. waltherppk says:

    Here is what carrying the life insurance or providing security on any corrupt POS prosecutor or other corrupt POS generally looks like as a “gambit by association” ….and whatever such people get paid …….it isn’t enough

    Liked by 4 people

  11. Genie says:

    AMF!

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  12. Marygrace Powers says:

    Weissman/YUGE domino drop….

    SIT DOWN, STRAP IN AND HOLD ON….

    IT’S HAPPENING…. DISMANTLING DS.

    Liked by 14 people

  13. BarneyRubble says:

    Next we will hear he has fled to Israel.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. Howard Richman says:

    There’s a pattern that fits the college basketball playoff season. Jordan & Meadows pass to Attorney General Barr for the basket!

    1. A few days ago Barr took the pass from Jordan and Meadows about Cohen’s new perjury, and in anticipation so Pelosi cut short the impeachment push. Score 1.

    2. Today Barr took the pass from Jordan and Meadows about Weisman’s conflict of interest, and so Weisman was quickly dropped from Mueller’s team. Score 2.

    We finally have an offense!

    Liked by 17 people

  15. pocaMAGAjunta says:

    That graphic of Mueller and his circle of minions is begging for a caption.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Greg1 says:

    Prrrrrrretty fascinating about the timing of his exit……….especially with the deadline for AG Barr to respond to congress regarding Weisman’s conflicts of interest.

    I can only imagin Barr and Mueller having a rather interesting conversation about that after the congressional request arrived to Barr.

    If the same congressmen did an identical request regarding Mueller’s conflicts of interest, I’d think Barr would have to start looking at his friend Mueller in a different light………

    Liked by 9 people

    • rozi814 says:

      Greg, it will be fascinating to see Barr’s “written” response to Congress. How he explains Weisman’s departure will be illuminating. I can’t prove it, but I bet Barr already looks at his “friend” in a different light—particularly if Mueller doesn’t “cooperate” with what the Mueller report “should state”.

      Wouldn’t it be nice if a Report, that “must” go to or be “leaked” to Congress, says what Barr feels he can “justify”? “Friends” have a way of “reading between the lines” of their “friends”, particularly if they have the weight of the Federal gov’t to back them up.

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  17. 6x47 says:

    I sincerely hope Mr. Weissmann finds himself the target of a multi-agency investigation for prosecutorial misconduct and investigation, and he winds up in a prison cell for the rest of his natural life.

    Liked by 9 people

  18. kogk1943 says:

    . . . and NOT one of these Mueller sh^t sacks will EVER be prosecuted. Priceless.

    Liked by 1 person

    • rozi814 says:

      I thought Sundance didn’t allow Eeyore here? And, if Sundance doesn’t remind you, perhaps it might help to remind you what the ENEMY does and doesn’t do. Ever notice the dems get their way even when their in the minority, like they were when Mueller was appointed?

      The dems NEVER give up or become an Eeyore. They continue to demand what they want, regardless of ‘apparent’ defeat. The dems started demanding a SC once President Trump was inaugurated. That’s when the constant drumbeat of “we need “Muh Russia” investigated Every Time ANY Dem Was On TV.

      Did you EVER see a dem Eeyore the entire time? Not once.

      They finally got Mueller the following May. Regardless of how this “Muh Russia” thing turns out, the dems still got quite a bit of their intended damage.

      They didn’t allow anyone “off the hook” by being an Eeyore. You’ll get what you demand and expect—and no more.

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  19. Bull Durham says:

    Even if Barr went after this scumbag with charges for his slimeball tactics, the creep will run to Israel and hide out there. Justice has been perverted and DJT has been harmed by this guy and Mueller–dirty cops both of them.

    The proper end for him would be like what just hit the Mafia Don in Staten Island.

    No difference between the two of them. In fact, the Mafia Don was a standup man.
    Weissmann has been a career snake, protected by Federal cover.

    Bad things should happen to him and Mueller. That would be Justice.

    Liked by 14 people

    • kogk1943 says:

      At least with the mob they don’t pretend to be something they are not.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Landslide says:

      We all agree, Bull——and good to see you!

      Liked by 2 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      Bull Durham.. Agree! We never seem to see the TRULY BAD ones get the shaft. Guess Barr IS a Pussy! All his talk about doing “according to the LAW” was just that. So disappointing!

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    • What does Israel have to do with Weisman?

      Jewish Trump supporters recognize anti-Trump bigotry. Trump derangement is demonstrated in the inherent capacity of the haters to see Trump in everything, be it relevant or not.
      Hate for Jews is no different. Those who hate Jews are triggered by the mere jewish sounding of a name. Jews are reflexively seen by haters as people who are not to be trusted, disloyal to America when it comes to Israel, and essentially seditious to the end of serving Israel’s well-being at the EXPENSE of America. That’s crazy. It’s like crazy as in liberal anti-Semites saying Michael Cohen will run to Israel to avoid perjury charges.

      But its especially crazy when it comes to a person like Weismann. It is obvious to Jewish Trump supporters that people like Weismann are more loyal to the social acceptance of their liberal bonafides than to the US, to their Judaism, or to Israel. Their Jewishness is merely a convenience that enables them to preach their liberalism to the rest of Jews as if these are “Jewish values.”

      Moreover, Israel is not a “sanctuary state.” And the relationship between Trump and Netanyahu is quite loyal. No one is going to run from Trump to be protected by another country, any more than Americans or ANYONE of interest is not repatriated by our current government when so desired, be it our hostages from NK or the Indian pilot from Pakistan despite Trump’s cutoff of foreign aid (or is it BECAUSE OF) to Karachi.

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      • Jederman says:

        Are you saying that because Durham suggested (and we have no idea how serious he was) that an American Jew would flee to Israel to avoid American law means Durham hates Jews?

        I’m not trying to defend Durham. I’m saying I haven’t read an anti-Semitic comment on this site, ever.

        I don’t think most readers here, and I’m giving Durham the benefit of the doubt, give a rat’s rear about the ancestry of any of the scheisse sticks in mueller’s crew.

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        • Avi says:

          assuming that the a-hole Weissmann is jewish when Bloombergs bio says he is not makes me wonder about Durham.
          also if you go to central Pa you’ll think that everyone is Jewish by there names, except they are German and there are likely far more gentile Weissmanns in the US than Jewish, especially if spelled WeissmaNN

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          • Jederman says:

            Maybe Durham didn’t read the Bloomberg bio. Obviously I was remise too. As I stated before, I’m indifferent. Onomastics was never my strong hand. No offense intended. Durham can speak for himself.

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      • Avi says:

        Veissmann is not Jewish according to Bloomberg bio which says he is Christian,’
        Also he spells his name German Müller style with two Ns not one.

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      • BarneyRubble says:

        Israel has a non-extradition policy for Jews, so it is indeed a sanctuary. If it will go to lengths to keep ordinary people like Samuel Sheinbein out of the reach of US prosecutors, it will certainly take in a compromised Jewish Prosecutor who was added to Mueller probe to help Schiff, Feinstein, Blumenthal, Scuhmer, Nadler, et al, to carry out a coup.. Sadly, Jewish Trump supporters run interference for his enemies. Birthright citizenship is Israel First anyway one looks at the so-called Special Relationship.

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    • Jederman says:

      Him fleeing to Israel is pretty close to a win. For Barr to quietly dismantle this travesty isn’t enough. In fact, in weisseman’s case it’s not even sunlight. He just exits with a BS press bulletin like nothing ever happened. Not good enough. Trump will look weak.

      They went after him (and the office of the presidency), humiliated him in front of the world and just walk away. What happens now PT will tweet him to death? If this is the way it ends then the “drain the swamp” promise is BS. I admire PT but sending tweets does not equal justice.

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      • Avi says:

        Veißmann according to bloomberg bio is gentile. he also spells his name the German way

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        • Jederman says:

          It doesn’t matter to me if he’s jewish or Sudanese or where he (if he were to) actually flee to. The point, as I understood it, is the act of fleeing pretty much confirms guilt, for something. This is off the rails.

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        • California Joe says:

          Bloomberg maybe wrong. Getting a teaching job at NYU would strongly suggest that Weissman is Jewish.

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  20. Bugsdaddy says:

    Or is the heat getting turned up in mule heads kitchen??

    Liked by 2 people

  21. chojun says:

    I never wish violence upon anyone.

    With that said, I hope Andrew Weissmann, whilst exiting the building for the last time, trips REAL HARD on the curb.

    Liked by 5 people

  22. Deacon Bob says:

    A hard think whittled down me SHTF list. But this one, Weissmann, will remain among the elect. Though the reality is when things get to state=kinetic I am far from the Acela corridor where he, and like ilk, are domiciled. Thus me reliance on some hard hearted brothers (and some sisters) domiciled in this region. I know they are there. Any of you here still believe we can vote our way out of this?

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  23. I think his leaving is for “personal” reasons one of which is he can now take the 5th!

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  24. Brant says:

    “…..preventing wrongful conviction”…..yeah, right. Also, I’m sure NYU doesn’t pay a lot for someone of his “background”. What are the chances it’s just a money launder scheme to get him big money on the side?

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  25. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    How convenient.

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  26. Linda Jean Burkett says:

    Maybe he knows the big shoe is about to drop and squash a few rats. Better to get out of the way now.

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  27. Landslide says:

    Sidney Powell is sure to be weighing in on this soon—-either here or on the tube.

    Liked by 4 people

  28. emet says:

    Leaving to spend less time with his crime family

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  29. gsonFIT says:

    This article reminds us how damaging Attorney General Jeff Sessions was to this administration. I believe Sessions to be a good man, but I think he might have been fighting under the Marquess of Queensbury rules when dems are gorilla warfare. Good man not a good fit.

    Now McConnell is the one shooting Republicans in the foot. Do your job Mitch.
    MAGA!
    Schiff and Brennan are the suck brothers

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      GsonFIT.. Mitch IS doing his job.. to thwart President Trump!

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Sessions was a good man. What we needed was a killer. Sessions was thrust in the middle of a hornets nest. When Rosenstein wrote that dismissal recommendation for Comey, he probably gained Sessions trust. He got conned.

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  30. Troublemaker10 says:

    Seems odd to me that Weissman (Mueller’s top assistant) would leave before the final Mueller report is presented to Barr.

    So either the report is done, or there was, indeed, a determination by Barr that Weissman should go for some other reason.

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    • Harvey Lipschitz says:

      How do you know it isn’t in Barr’s hands a week ago?

      If Barr has 2 more brain cells than Sessions, he can see the ethical conflict of interest where Weissmann should have recused himself.

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  31. Akindole says:

    Straight to lawfareblog to work with little Bennie.

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  32. Brant says:

    As some of the initial comments have said, this may be community service. But, it also would seem he won’t be in government (federal) employ ever again. How long has he been up to no good? A couple decades? And VSG POTUS gets him out in a bit over 2 years? That, is progress. All of those who have left will probably not see govt work again. Private sector (where they will fail miserably) or teacher somewhere. Lecture circuit will dry up soon too.

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    • dwpender says:

      Watch for him to catch on — at first informally — with one of the Resistance campaigns. He’ll be aiming to be AG in the future.

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  33. waicool says:

    Weissmann’s court case records have a curious tendency of disappearing, poof!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  34. USA First! says:

    The tide has turned more in the last several weeks then in the last two years combined. Something big is going on behind the scenes, The cabal is running towards the exit just as fast as they can go.

    Liked by 6 people

    • The only outwardly known change is Barr?

      Liked by 3 people

    • MelH says:

      My opinion doesn’t matter, but I believe Preet Bharar is going to get his “pound of flesh” from Trump and that’s why Nancy, Cummings and Schiffty have backed down from impeachment and why Weissman is now given an escape tunnel and why the rest of the Mueller Team including Mueller will access the tunnel too. Wouldn’t you?

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    • dawg says:

      It does seem that way. Jack Posobiec is saying that he has a source in the special counsel, and that Mueller and Weissman went to Barr asking for an extension, Barr said no, and thats why Weissman resigned. If thats true, thats a good sign.

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    • NC Patriot says:

      I think so too. Lots of shifting going on that we can’t see.

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  35. fanbeav says:

    I still want him to have the answer for the over zealous a.m. raid on Roger Stone! Probably his last hurrah before exiting the treasonous Mueller team!

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  36. fred5678 says:

    Hero Farmer Nunes will beat the slimy elite Law School graduates.

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  37. NC Nana says:

    Whooo Hoooo !!!!

    God bless you Sundance. God bless you Representatives Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows. Thank you all for sticking with the American people and speaking up for justice!!

    Sorry to hear about the NYU job.

    I am on my way out the door for volunteer work but wanted to take a moment to celebrate with you and to praise God for the great things He has done!

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  38. Paprika says:

    And Barr has rolled up his sleeves and begun his work.

    The 1st layer of bondo has been applied and smoothly sanded.

    -hat tip to Sundance

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  39. 335blues says:

    This guy has destroyed the lives of so many people and their families, many of them innocent, that I am truly surprised that none of those he has persecuted have sought revenge.

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  40. lawton says:

    It sounds like Barr told Mueller the special counsel didn’t need to continue over some minor Turkey lobbying stuff that the DOJ can finish up with that. Weismann was pressing to keep the special counsel going to protect the crooks longer.

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  41. L4grasshopper says:

    Mueller Report coming soon. And it won’t have much, because if it did, a creature like Weismann would INSIST on being the guy to run with it 🙂

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  42. Ausonius says:

    Weissmann’s (German for “White man” implying possibly a tendency toward white hair, or a very pale complexion ) picture reminded me of the highly disturbing…

    Eraserhead!

    How many people has Weissmann tried to erase in his career?

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  43. Doug says:

    Go straight to Hell.
    This evil turd is leaving so that he can avoid being called by the Senate and ordered to testify.
    I’d laugh like a banshee if I heard tomorrow he died in a fiery crash

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  44. lurker2 says:

    Is Weissmann already a paid regular contributor on CNN? If not I’ll bet he will be, payback for telling CNN about the Stone raid so they could broadcast the special event live.

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  45. bessie2003 says:

    While reading the Lisa Page transcripts, and seeing her mention that Weismann was in the loop or decision makers during the early days of their coup, er, research, my immediate thought was that he would be gone from the SC in short order,

    because it highlights the tainted nature of those on that team, and

    from experience, bullies like him really can’t take having scrutiny turned on them – rats scurrying when the someone turns on the overhead light.

    It’s nice to think he was fired, or let go, by Barr, as one of the periscope videos mention, but no matter how it happened, very, very glad he’s gone!

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  46. livefreeordieguy says:

    I know some fellow Treepers have mixed views on Joe DiGenova… I know he can pontificate beyond his knowledge… But he has been on Mueller and the whole Collusion Hoax like a dog on a bone for a long time and spares no venom for when it comes to Mueller, Comey, Clapper, Brennan, Strzok, McCabe, Lynch, Obama, et al. He told Howie Carr on the radio this week that “Bill Barr is my guy. I have 100% faith that he is going to dismantle this whole thing and bring firm justice to this whole corrupt bunch”… or something like that (I’m paraphrasing)… But it was unambiguous. 100% confidence in Barr… But I just don’t see it.. At all… But DiGenova seems to know… something anyway… And he has been right about a lot of this as it has played out. He seems quite sure.

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  47. CarolynH says:

    Watch him go to NY yo work with their AG in her efforts re Trump and Manaforth.

    Liked by 1 person

    • California Joe says:

      New York State salaries are ridiculously low and the AG there is considered to be a last resort job for incompetents.

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