Mueller Team Leaks: It’s All About “Obstruction”… This is Going to be Epic

This will not come as a surprise to anyone who has followed closely; however, according to the FBI’s primary narrative engineer, Devlin Barrett at the Washington Post, the Mueller team has invested most heavily in “obstruction, obstruction, obstruction”….

For two years 19 lawyers were piecing the script together; while 40 FBI agents used 2,800 subpoenas, 230 orders for communication records, national security letters, FISA authorization, wiretaps, 50 pen register authorizations, and over 500 Title III search warrants to scour the background of every private communication, phone call, text message and email of everyone in the Trump orbit.  Eventually interviewing over 500 witnesses for words to paste into the text of the Mueller/Weissmann obstruction report.

As Barrett outlines on behalf of his benefactors, the team has painted a detailed narrative using every word, tweet, media interview, comment, and private/confidential White House utterance by President Trump -about his unhappiness with the Mueller probe- as clear and convincing evidence of President Trump’s intent to obstruct the investigation.

It’s all about the “obstruction”…. And that is Pelosi’s launch platform.

(WaPo Via Devlin Barrett)  The Justice Department plans to release a lightly redacted version of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s 400-page report Thursday, offering a granular look at the ways in which President Trump was suspected of having obstructed justice, people familiar with the matter said.

The report — the general outlines of which the Justice Department has briefed the White House on — will reveal that Mueller decided he could not come to a conclusion on the question of obstruction because it was difficult to determine Trump’s intent and because some of his actions could be interpreted innocently, these people said.

But it will offer a detailed blow-by-blow of the president’s alleged conduct — analyzing tweets, private threats and other episodes at the center of Mueller’s inquiry, they added.  (read more)

The White House approach to this is visible on the perimeter.  Classic Trump and it will catch the Moonbats completely off-guard.

Put it all out there….  All of it.  As much as possible…. let the world see just how much effort was expended on this stupid investigation into nothing.  This is classic Trump.

You know what the media and the Democrats have forgotten?…

Trump owns the downside better than anyone.

No-one, EVER, has yet to catch on to how brilliantly Trump owns the downside.

The report will outline how many times terrible Trump lashed out over the past two years to his closest advisers about the damn “witchhunt”.  It will outline every time he asked someone if he could do something to stop it…  It will outline everything about how Trump wanted that damned ridiculous investigation to be done with…  etc. etc. etc.

However, in releasing so much granular activity the one thing the Mueller team and the media will forget is….  that’s exactly the behavior of a transparently innocent man.

Wrongfully accused…. that’s what you do.  And you know what, Trump will own it.

Trump will own it in the very Trumpiest of ways.

Yes, I said that… I was, and am still, furious that we have had to put up with this nonsense; with this garbage… it’s infuriating.  etc. etc. etc. in buckets.

In the way only POTUS Trump can deliver.

In the words of a common man.

In the words of every man.

In the words that almost every American will relate to.

That’s how Trump will do it.  Authentically and naturally…. he will completely own his willingness to shut down that stupid Russia collusion nonsense.

“I’m the most powerful man in the world, right?.. that’s what people say, the office, the power of the president right?.. not me specifically..  and yet, excuse me, I’m, excuse me, …I’m creating jobs and this stuff is complex, it’s easy for me, but complex; important stuff, talking deals, and make things better, and negotiating for our country, and, excuse me… and I’ve got this nonsense – remember, no collusion-  tying up my people… and, excuse me, wasting so much time… interrupting everything we are doing to make America great.  It doesn’t stop us, but it’s ridiculous… make me angry?.. Sure. and for what?  Sure, wouldn’t you? ..  For what?.. excuse me, … A report?  That’s it?  $35 million or something right?  For what?… because a ridiculous witchhunt, no collusion”…

Classic Donald Trump.

Two years of fire-breathing dragon-energy Trump.. unleashed.

Can you hear it?

The Democrats/Media have no comprehension about owning the downside…

REMEMBER 2016?:

Regardless of who you supported in the 2016 Presidential primary race, most will admit there’s one strategic advantage held by Donald Trump over all other candidates – Trump’s willingness to “own the downside“.

All policies and proposals have a “downside“, there’s no such thing as a policy proposal with benefit to all and harm to none.

This empirical truth is toxic to professional politicians – therefore they spend an inordinate amount of time using pretzel logic to avoid it.  As a direct consequence of avoidance, the media love to use the downside as a weapon.

For the first time in recent political memory Donald Trump represents a candidacy who is unafraid of their spear; and as a consequence, immune to the damage.

A case in point – NBC’s Chuck Todd thought he could deploy the downside weapon during a Trump campaign stop in Iowa (State Fair). During the exclusive interview aboard the Trumpo Jet Todd deployed his arsenal – “but you can’t actually remove illegal immigrants, I mean you can’t actually deport them“.

Trump owned the downside. “Chuck, yes, yes we will. Either we have borders or we don’t; either we have a country or we don’t“.

Like all other media punditry, Chuck was left aghast. The dangling participle remained naught but a withering “but… but…

Every other candidate who has ever existed in the history of modern political candidacy, would have given some form of “acceptable” alternative response. (ie. a PC version.) (ie. a lie.)

Not Trump, he owns the downside.

This approach is what makes ‘Splodey Heads!

A Second Case In Point – Trump does it again with CNN’s Jake Tapper, only this time Trump frames the controversial position ownership with an explanation.

Donald Trump is backing up his previous position that removing Iraq’s Sadam Hussein and Libya’s Kaddaffi was not a good idea. Jake Tapper is aghast: “what about the human rights abuses”?

Trump owns the opposite: Human rights abuses? …”you don’t think they’re happening now? They’re worse now than they ever were. People are getting their heads chopped off, they’re being drowned in cages. Right now they’re far worse off than they ever were under Saddam Hussein or Kadaffi”…

Another ‘Splodey !

It doesn’t matter what the issue is.

When confronted by his tax proposal to eliminate taxes on wage earners below $50k Trump is challenged with the “skin in the game” argument. The response is simple: “look, it costs more for the processing of those income tax filers than the revenue which comes from them“…

  • Media: Jeb Bush want’s a no-fly zone in Syria?
  • Trump: When did ISIS get airplanes?
  • Media: You can’t build a wall?
  • Trump: I build things, that’s what I do – watch me!
  • Media: You’re going to deport 11 million people. You’ll need a “deportation force“.
  • Trump: What does I.C.E do?

And on and on it goes. Simple cut-to-the-chase responses with total fearless ownership of any downside from a policy proposal.

  • Media: But you used to be a Democrat, you have donated to Democrats?
  • Trump: Yes, I live and work in New York. NYC is all Democrats, if I need to leverage assistance for my company goals I need to work with Democrats. It’s a business necessity; I look out for my employees and their best interests.
  • Media: But you had Hillary Clinton at your wedding?
  • Trump: Yes, it was an amazing event, the best, the biggest, the most elegant, and I asked her and Bill to attend. They did. Wouldn’t you, I mean if I invited you?
  • Media: You spend all this time talking about polls. You seem obsessed by polls?
  • Trump: Yeah, that’s because I’m winning them. If the polls were not good, I wouldn’t even mention them. Duh.

The march of the Trumpisms’ continues:

  • Megyn Kelly: “You’ve called women you don’t like ‘fat pigs,’ ‘dogs,’ ‘slobs,’ and ‘disgusting animals’…”
  • Trump: “Only Rosie O’Donnell.”
  • Media: You can’t build a wall!
  • Trump: “Sure I can, AND Mexico is going to pay for it!!”
  • Media: But you support Eminent Domain?
  • Trump: Yeah, and “Try building the Keystone Pipeline without it”..
  • Media:  But you called Sanders a maniac!
  • Trump: “And a Communist”, don’t forget!
  • Media:  But you declared bankruptcy!
  • Trump:  “Yup, sure did.  And I Chaptered 4 out of 400 companies. Took over bad deals and made money on those too !”…
  • Media:  But you held a rally and someone said Obama was Muslim, and you didn’t defend him from it!
  • Trump:  Yeah, “Would he defend me? I don’t think so!”
  • Media: But you attacked Ben Carson! “…
  • Trump: Well, I never hit my mother on the head with a hammer! Did you, Bill?”

When you compare how Trump owns the so-called “negatives”, you immediately recognize they are only negatives if he allows them to be. Thus, he doesn’t let them be issues – he owns them, and says “yeah, so?

Trump has spent decades with Park Row media types. He has never avoided them, he totally understands how they operate – and more importantly “why”?

Pelosi and Mueller’s team think they’ve got him surrounded with Mueller’s team.  Except they’ve forgotten…  He’s seemingly one man, yet he consistently has his opposition surrounded.

Watch President Trump own the downside to this Mueller report… it’s going to be a thing of absolute beauty…. yet again.

 

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349 Responses to Mueller Team Leaks: It’s All About “Obstruction”… This is Going to be Epic

  1. farrier105 says:

    Complaining about an investigation is NOT obstructing an investigation. This is the flip side of using intent to get a Democrat off the hot seat. They are trying to ASSIGN intent to Trump as in, “You INTENDED to obstruct because you complained about it, called the prosecutors ‘angry Democrats’ and called it the ‘witch hunt.'”

    Trump’s reply, “Wouldn’t you?”

    Trump’s performance rating went up after Mueller folded his tent.

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    • Don B says:

      There was no collusion.

      Therefore, if there was obstruction Trump obstructed his exoneration.

      Grounds for impeachment as far as the Dems are concerned.

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    • ILOT says:

      And I don’t think it has peaked. Any one person that has been a victim, a victim of any kind will relate to what PDJT endured. That is ONE reason for the vile nature of the attacks from nadler, pelosi, schiff et al. They have a dreadful realization that people will see themselves in this scenario…it’s called empathy and God help them should voters start to feel empathy toward PDJT. Well, I’ve got news for them that it’s happening and some of these GOP Rinos better start to see it that way as well, lest we lose our Republic to these vile communists. The other reason is to stamp out the “nest” round of investigations as we get to “why”, the more importantly “how” this all came about.

      Bottom line: PDJT will parlay the $35,000,000 Meuller probe into 10 times that in equivalent campaign advertising for 2020.

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    • chipin8511 says:

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    • Bob says:

      The only obstructionists in this deadly game are the media, and the deep state Democrats and RINO’s….we all know it and now the President has all he needs to start the gathering the herd and bring them in to be fit up for their orange suits.

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    • lftpm says:

      The predicate for obstruction of justice requires active efforts to impede a legally valid investigation. Here, miscreants at the FBI and CIA CONSPIRED TO FABRICATE A BALD-FACED ILLUSION that a crime occurred. FBI, CIA and DOJ senior officials KNEW that Trump did NOT CONSPIRE with Russia in election tampering in 2016. They aided and abetted in the composition and dissemination of a fictional “dossier”, whose allegations they knew were fairytale fantasies.

      How can a President be prosecuted for obstructing an illegal frame-up attempt? Trump obstructed and defeated treason. End of story.

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      • Issy says:

        To the best of my knowledge, there was never a crime alleged that met the legal requirement for the appointment of a special counsel. I guess we will have to Ask rosenstein to explain that or better yet release his memo to mueller..

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    • AliciaC says:

      What people fail to recognize is you cannot be guilty of obstructing a coup attempt. They act like this was some legitimate investigation.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      Barr was sent in the clean the Mueller protection of the deep state mess up before Mueller got himself in much deeper trouble.Mueller and Barr best friends that is why he was sent in to protect Mueller and his team on Satanist.Mueller was in a no win situation.

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  2. Faye says:

    If Mueller thought he had one scrap of real obstruction, he would have charged President Trump by now. Instead, the Mueller Report overwhelming proves THEIR spying for all to see.

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  3. Firefly says:

    PTrump is a great President!. The Dems and media want PTrymp to not own it and hide information and continue the charade. By owning it and explaining his side he knows this is the best way to end the charade.

    Weissmann overplayed his hand to get PTrump. The Dems aren’t celebrating that the report will be lightly redacted- that’s what they are afraid of.

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  4. rayvandune says:

    There’s a word for when a prosecutor spends months and hundreds of thousands of dollars looking for a crime, and when he doesn’t find one, he then spends years and millions of dollars trying to antagonize his target into doing something that can be made out to be obstructing his not finding it.

    It’s called a “witch-hunt”, and it has been the sole objective of the Mueller investigation, and of the Democrats, and of the media, from the moment Trump was elected. And after leveraging that witch-hunt into winning back the House in 2018, the Democrats and the media now proudly announce their intention to redouble their efforts, while they attempt to thwart Trump from addressing illegal immigration, just as they attempted to thwart him from lowing taxes, and unemployment.

    During the first three months of their reign in the House, the Democrats have accomplished exactly zero business for the people, concentrating instead on developing a “plan” to finally destroy Trump that is worthy of Wile E. Coyote.

    In 2020, I and millions of others are personally going to demonstrate to Mr. Coyote’s fans in the House the function of the “ACME Voting Booth”. Boom! Bang! Kazow!

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  5. TeaForAll says:

    Now it is President Trump’s turn, release every memo. The Truth will set us free
    DC will be in Meltdown.

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  6. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    The “grab women scandal’, followed by bringing Broderick, Wiley, and Jones to the debate and sitting in the front row so Bill could get a good look. Priceless owning of the downside.

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    • wightmanfarm says:

      Truly an amazing moment of the 2016 campaign. Talk about “owning”…

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    • B. Wyse says:

      The operative word was “allow” Trump was speaking about a certain class of women. Back in the bad old days of Rock-n-Roll these types were know as groupies. In the present context who would fit this description? Some female who would sleep with an older powerful man for bragging rights with her BFFs and maybe a lot more such as plum board positions that could launch her political career.. Hmmm perhaps Kamala “Sutra” Harris.

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  7. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    And another thing…. I flew to Italy via Delta 14 days ago and returned yesterday. On the way I noticed “VICE” was one of the movie selections. Upon returning I viewed it yesterday and couldn’t believe the blatant propaganda against Cheney, Rumsfield and of course President G.W. Bush. And a few shots at the arch-villain Nixon by association and the Cambodian bombing of poor innocent women and children playing in their villages (No concern about Khmer Rouge killing 2-3 million).

    And of course there was the left’s patron saint Colin Powell (reminds me of Comey in his slithering to always appease the left) who was of course appalled how he was tricked by the evil Cheney.

    I read glowing reviews about bring truth to light. There were even a few who mentioned liberal propaganda but still liked the movie.

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  8. Rob says:

    “Yes, I said that… I was, and am still, furious that we have had to put up with this nonsense; with this garbage … ”

    If anyone knows how to contact Jeff Sessions, please do so and let us know how here. We should all make sure to thank him – often – for putting the nation through this needless pain.
    Oh, and also be sure to thank him for all the “hard work” he did on the immigration issue.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Jeff Sessions is an innocent man.

      Liked by 1 person

    • snellvillebob says:

      Jeff Sessions needs to be forced to watch AG Barr at 9:30 today to see that his greatest achievement, the special investigation of a sitting president, is a total failure. Jeff Sessions used to be my favorite Senator and he was from a different state. He taught me that I am a terrible judge of character.

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      • yy4u says:

        I’m with you snellvillebob — I admired Jeff Sessions so much. I considered him my senator since I don’t have a senator (we have two Dems who vote the way Schumer tells them IN EVERY INSTANCE). I felt sorry for him when a low level intellect like Al Franken sandbagged him. But when he was appointed AG and then showed w/o any doubt that he was part of the Swamp Establishment, fondness and pity turned to annoyance. He’s so sweet I still can’t dislike him, but I’m glad he’s gone. I wish Trump had appointed Chris Christie, Rudolph Guiliani or Jay Sekelow AG to begin with. Then we wouldn’t have had to endure the mess we’ve had to endure these past two years (three really because the Obama Administration started spying on the Trump campaign in 2016).

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      • kathyca says:

        “He taught me that I am a terrible judge of character.”
        I kind of already suspected I was, but he confirmed it lol

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      • philip sargent says:

        You weren’t a terrible judge of character. I actually think Sessions was a thoroughly decent and good guy. He just wasn’t cut out to be an executive. Much better cast as a Senator where you don’t have to make hard decisions. Just make a lot of speeches about issues, important ones and not so important ones. He was good at that.

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      • chipin8511 says:

        Sessions was owned by Mueller he wa also part of Uranium One totally compromised.

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  9. Rob says:

    “Yes, I said that… I was, and am still, furious that we have had to put up with this nonsense; with this garbage … ”

    If anyone knows how to contact Jeff Sessions, please do so and let us know how here. We should all make sure to thank him – often – for putting the nation through this needless pain.
    Oh, and also be sure to thank him for all the “hard work” he did on the immigration issue.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Charlie says:

    Great reminder! Start the day with a smile : )
    Thanks!

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Cheesehead54016 says:

    Looking forward to this epic day and a 60% approval rating soon.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Merkin Muffy says:

    Devlin Barrett? Oh, please! If this were true, there would have been indictments!

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Publius2016 says:

    No words needed! AG Barr shows surveillance footage of SETH RICH sending Wikileaks the DNC docs and of the VAN that dumped SETH in the heart of DC for all the world to see!

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Charles James says:

    President Trump, Sayer of Kings, emissary of truth and good, leader of men. A masculine man, unafraid, accessible to the masses. God has gifted him to the people. He is one of us!

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  15. Firefly says:

    Watching Fox News this morning on obstruction. It occurred to me a reason PTrump kept saying and tweeting no collusion/witch hunt. By constantly claiming no crime ever existed in the first place that shows there was no corrupt motive. For example if it were shown that PTrump believed there were a possible crime the obstruction charges could stick even though there wasn’t any crime in the first place. PTrump made it clear he had no corrupt motive- no originating crime and no belief their was a even a crime. Refusing to be deposed in a crooked investigation was the best thing PTrump and his lawyers decided too.

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  16. David Farrar says:

    Comey lies to the President three times; you’re FIRED!

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  17. 335blues says:

    The Mueller Method.
    Allege obstruction of an investigation
    that found NO CRIME.
    The Mueller Method is to INVENT A CRIME.
    Robert Mueller is the real criminal.
    In fact, he is a monster.

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  18. Issy says:

    Sundance, thanks for the memories of Trump’s comments to the media. I laughed all the way through the “splody heads” comments.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. Mrs. E says:

    In all the hype and leftist angst, many have forgotten that this was an illegal special counsel! The law says that there must be evidence of a crime to call for one, and there was no evidence of any crime. Collusion is not a crime.

    So how can there be any obstruction of justice from the president when there was no crime? Answer is: there cannot be any obstruction. AS MUELLER WELL KNOWS!

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  20. wightmanfarm says:

    Would smashing evidential cell phones and wiping an evidential, illegal server with bleach bit (like, with a cloth) be examples of REAL obstruction ? Asking for a friend.

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    • Armchair Quarterback says:

      I vote YES!

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    • ILOT says:

      It would be an interesting social experiment if Barr could actually substitute all the “alleged” crimes that were committed by the DNC, HRC, Comey, Strzok, Page, Rice, Halper, et al and present THOSE actions today as if PDJT and campaign committed them. It’s not hard to imagine how the media would react to the texts, 11 payments to Fusion, planting of agents, destroyed evidence, leaks to media etc etc etc if those actions were presented as Trump actions. Let’s get the why and how going on this charade.

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  21. Will says:

    The mother of all Trumpisms:

    QUESTION: “John McCain, a war hero, five and a half years as a prisoner of war and you called him a ‘dummy’. Is that appropriate in running for president?”

    TRUMP: “Let’s take John McCain. I’m in Phoenix, we have a meeting that is going to have 500 people at the Biltmore Hotel. We get a call from the hotel, it is turmoil, thousands and thousands of people are showing up, four days before they’re pitching tents. The hotel says we can’t handle this it is going to destroy the hotel, we move it to the convention center, we have 15,000 people. The biggest one ever. Bigger than anybody Bernie Sanders, bigger than anybody and everyone knows it… Wonderful, great Americans… John McCain goes, ‘Oh boy, Trump makes my life difficult, he had fifteen thousand crazies show up,’ he called them all crazy. I said, they weren’t crazy, they were great Americans… I know what a crazy is. I know all about crazy. These weren’t crazy. So he insulted me, and he insulted everyone in that room. So I said, somebody should run against John McCain—and I supported him for president, I raised a million dollars for the guy, that’s a lot of money. I supported him, he lost, he let us down. He lost, so I never liked him as much after that. I don’t like losers.”

    QUESTION: But he is a war hero, five and a half years as a prisoner of war.

    TRUMP: “He is a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren’t captured, let me tell you. He’s a war hero. Because he was captured, and I believe perhaps he is a war hero, but right now he’s said a lot of very bad things about a lot of people. So what I said, is, John McCain, I disagree with him, these people aren’t crazy, and, very importantly, I speak the truth, he graduated last in his class at Annapolis, nobody knows that. I said he graduated last or second to last, he graduated last at Annapolis. And he was upset, for what? For telling the truth. You’re not supposed to say that somebody graduated last or second to last, because you’re supposed to be very nice. I want to make America great again… We don’t want to listen to his stuff with being politically correct. We have a lot of work to do.”

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  22. wightmanfarm says:

    What a difference an Attorney General makes.

    Oh, and Trump should get 2 “free years” for all the illegal, obstruction and harassment he’s endured in his 1st 2 years. If presidents were able to be given 2 “free” years for this crap, this crap would stop.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      Barr is a fixer Mueller was in deep and was going to keep going Barr told him shut it down he knew about how it started and the set ups and the spying he told Mueller they will come for you .He gave Muleface a way out. Muller family history Grandaddy and Father were uranium criminals.Hoax I will be pissed he Trump doesn’t fight back and people are not hung or serving long prison times but they must get this over fast by end of 2019

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  23. Nagothm says:

    Chomping at the bit here to see the last labored swing of the DC swamp “Muh Russia” attack miss and the epic Trump riposte afterwards. No other man in the public eye could have not only survived this storm but be set to take the offensive. Truly Trump is an American treasure.

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  24. lettruthspeak says:

    Gee, I wonder why we are no longer hearing about what a honorable and wonderful guy Mueller is. This country is not going to survive the buffoonery and cowardice that has been ensconced into our government. Thirty years of having to look at and listen to these filthy lying gutless weasels is unconstitutional because it is cruel and unusual punishment. TPTB that continually put forth their braindead, immoral, and just plain stupid nincompoops to rule over us have to be exposed and dealt with or we are finished as a country.

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  25. Here it is, President Trump owning the down side just like Sundance said!

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  26. Now the idiot woman on MSLSD is bragging on the “fact” that one of Fox News “chief political anchor” Chrissy Wallace said “the attorney general seemed almost to be acting as the Counsel for the defense, the counsel to the President, rather than the attorney general talking about his motives, his emotion. Really as I say, making a case for the President.” And you expected MSNBC or Chrissy to say what? Never Trumpers are and will always be totally anti-Trump.
    CNN says “you can’t compare Barack Obama to Donald Trump in any number of ways”. They’re right—manufacturing jobs are now coming back to the US, taxes are lower for a majority of Americans, unemployment is at ALL-TIME lows, stock markets at all-time highs.
    These guys were up all night last night rehearsing their righteous indignation. They’re still miffed that they and their Congressional leakers are having to wait for the report at virtually the same time it will be released to the public. I love how they are SPLODING over the fact that they can’t spin the report to the collusion/obstruction side. They have been so accustomed to slanting everything their way before release that the very thought that it isn’t happening now is mind-boggling.
    CNN is obsessing over the 10 episodes Of potential obstruction. Weissmann has already leaked them. What, they weren’t paying attention? Can you just imagine how the Fake News would have screamed had Barr talked to Mueller? Obstruction! Pressuring! Impeach Barr!
    Splodey heads! Empty heads. One-track minds. “My way or the highway” mentality.

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  27. Mark McQueen says:

    Meh..who cares what the Dem/Media/Anti-Trump narrative is? It sounds the same only now it is greatly weakened by lack of any possible criminal activity. Any actual “threat” to PDT ended when Mueller offered no recommendation for prosecution. Politically? Although the Democrats will talk about it, they are NOT going to impeach PDT. They aren’t going to gain support with this strategy. In fact they are desperately trying to keep from losing everybody but their radical core. There is a very real chance they will get slaughtered in 2020. If ya’ll think PDT’s 2016 campaign was a Monster, what do you think he has in store for 2020?

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    • Joseph K says:

      Can you just see these guys, the SP team, sitting around table…Collusion? Anyone? Sorry boss we got nothin. When do you suppose this happened? It wasn’t last week. I’m betting about 60 days into this thing

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  28. LMAO!!!
    ~What say you FUHRER Rep. Nancy (the DEMENTED) Pelosi (D-CA) ?~
    Even (Rigor-Mortis-Roddy) Rosenstein…[who was an Integral Cog in the “Insurance Policy” Wheel]…didn’t MOVE when A.G. William Barr QUASHED the Obstruction-Democrat-MSM-Narrative.

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  29. Shame, shame, shame!

    Every Trump rally from now on, the President should call out the Press Corps, and the crowd respond respond, “shame, shame, shame.” Every time we see a press set up in public, our response should be “shame, shame, shame!” Not only is it wholly appropriate, it will also be the only response that adequately describes our disgust with them, how they have squandered the public’s trust, and their constitutionally privileged powers entrusted to them. Early on they, by their voluntary actions, became part of the story—so much so that they became invested in the story so much so that they couldn’t extract themselves from the story. That embarrassment, nay…humiliation, is why publicly shaming narcissists like them, is one of the few measures that will precipitate the soul-searching so desparately necessary for restoration. The same is true of many in the Democrat party.

    Shame, shame, shame.

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