Robert Mueller Report – Open Discussion Thread – Download Links and Pdf

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757 Responses to Robert Mueller Report – Open Discussion Thread – Download Links and Pdf

  1. Payday says:

    Barr got it on record. Mule head and RR stated in the report it was a Russian hack that started all this. Now go out and prove it wasn’t, and use this as evidence of their conspiracy.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Rob says:

      Which is why Assange was suddenly collected. At least I hope that is why.

      Liked by 8 people

    • joebkonobi says:

      In my mind it is/was up to Mueller and his bandits to PROVE there was a Russian hack. It goes back to that ole’ innocent until proven guilty, reasonable doubt thing.Mueller has not met that Barr (pun intended).

      Appears to be a crapload of suppression of exculpatory evidence and tampering of evidence. IMO, Barr has no choice but to now investigate the investigators. Looking forward to Sundance’s full analysis.

      Liked by 3 people

    • MelH says:

      Why not demand they prove it WAS a Russian hack.


  2. NJF says:


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  3. Christine Jost says:

    I don’t know why, But I keep visualizing the 1973 Belmont race.

    “Secretariat is moving like a tremendous machine!”

    (What’s happening now)

    “President Trump is moving like a tremendous machine!”

    Liked by 10 people

    • That is what November 4 2020 will look like; Trump racing to the finish line, 20 length lead, fixing to set a course record…..let’s hope so, but it sure feels good to feel this good.

      After two years, this is the feeling we have been hankering for!

      Liked by 4 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Yet another irony. This whole scheme, initiated to firstly deny DJT the Presidency, and then to insure he wouldn’t complete one term, THEN to insure he wouldn’t win reelection, may well play a role in guaranteeing his landslide.

        Even in a Democracy, it seems the old adage about only having one shot at taking out the King, remains valid.

        Looking forward to Rudy’s “next 5 months or so” of “investigating the investigators”; I’m not sure he even needs all the declassified material, to totally expose the true nature of this coup attempt.

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        • 1stgoblyn says:

          I keep saying we should not count our chickens before they are hatched. Unless we get the dims fraud tactics under control VSPGPDJT can/will lose in 2020. The mid-terms in 2018 were just a practice run and look what they did. Precincts/counties with more votes cast then adults alive in the voting areas. Ballot harvesting before, during and even after the polls had closed. Late reporting long after the polls had closed so they would know how many ballots needed to be ‘found.’ ETC., ETC., ETC.


    • Og Oggilby says:

      As Warner Wolf would say, “Let’s go to the videotape!”

      Liked by 8 people

  4. M Mueller says:

    Page 56 Seth Rich

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  5. Dems remind me of one of my ole dogs – Buddy. If he had a bone, he would hang on to that thing forever. Even after weeks. No meat on the bone, nothing. If anyone tried to take it away, watch out, he would snap at you !

    He was kind of crazy when it came to that old bone. Otherwise, Buddy was a great dog.

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  6. Have your barf bag handy when you read this propaganda piece from the UK propaganda machine. This is a very good example of how the Commie/Left will spin this.


  7. myrightpenguin says:

    Is there any information on when Rudy will be releasing his report (i,e, counter-report)?


  8. Phil aka Felipe says:

    In my view, the Mueller Report is just another narrative, not unlike those the DC/DNC-RNC/Media complex concocts on a daily basis.

    The difference is the approbation it has been given because of ‘legal’ processes and subject matter it addressed.

    But, just like a ‘news’ story (especially in today’s media environment) it is just that, a ‘story’.

    The ‘story’ told has not been cross-examined by opposing ‘facts’ as by an opposing counsel in a court of law.

    So, lies, lies, and more damnable lies keep being regurgitated; and because of their origination in the DC Swamp, I will cynically evaluate what I see and hear.

    And, I will eagerly anticipate the opportunity to vote for President Trump’s second term to MAGA and KAG.

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    • Phil- right HELL on!


    • jx says:

      The Mueller Dossier is just another component of the massive psyop


      • livefreeordieguy says:

        I’ve long since viewed this entire thing is a massive psyop, jx… I don’t see it referred to as such often, but it looks that way to me. Psyops are operations designed to influence and manipulate people’s beliefs, emotions, motives, reasoning and behaviors by conveying selected and/or fabricated information to them… This operation — based on a phony, made-up dossier and other crap — had 40-plus percent of the country believing that the President of the United States was an agent of a foreign power and guilty of treason… A crime punishable by death. And it was a totally empty bag.


        • jx says:

          Surrogates of a political campaign illicitly obtained access to databases not usually available to a political campaign.

          Surrogates of a political campaign provided intentionally incorrect or misleading information to key newspapers and tv companies. This information was designed to mislead the public, manipulate DOJ processes, and to mislead courts.

          Surrogates of a political campaign provided intentionally incorrect or misleading information to courts so they could access other information not available to a political campaign.

          These actions were taken to undermining the credibility of the opposing candidate, influence behavior of courts, and to undermine the credibility of the President. They utilized the tools of state in pursuit of their political goal: preventing a candidate from being elected or overthrowing the elected candidate. In my opinion, using the tools of state to overthrow the elected President is waging war on the United States.


      • Phil aka Felipe says:

        I don’t disagree. It seems the entire media/federal gov’t/education/entertainment complex is a massive psyop.


  9. amflyalex says:

    If I was on any of these Grand Juries, I’d be pissed. They didn’t even give me a ham sandwich to try to indict. Just a nothingburger. What a waste of my time!


  10. William says:

    Could this be a case of charging someone for a crime, say murder, and after investigating, the prosecutor produces a report saying the murder never occurred? Yet the same prosecutor maintains that he could not exonerate the defendant from obstruction of the investigation considering the defendant’s use of every tool in his arsenal to expose the investigation as a fraud?

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    • amflyalex says:

      My question is how much exculpatory information Weissmann KNOWINGLY HID.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Carson Napier says:

      That’s about it. The whole thing is a sick joke and no sane person should take it seriously. Especially as Mueller has no integrity at all – zero.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Greg1 says:

      That’s an EXCELLENT analogy! I’ll be borrowing that one in the days ahead because it can be used so effectively.

      Can you imagine the media if it had actually BEEN a murder accusation against Trump?

      …….and the prosecutor saying the murder never occurred, and the media STILL screeching about “obstruction” while they interviewed the presumed victim who was never murdered?

      It’s not a stretch of the imagination……..the media is that biased and willfully complicit in spreading the lies because of their hatred for President Trump and the people who voted for him.


    • jx says:

      That’s it!


  11. D says:

    Thoughts on POTUS supposedly saying this is the end of my presidency. I’m fucked”? Seems made up to me. Why would he say that if he knew he was innocent?


    • lurker2 says:

      I would have worried if I were him because the corrupt traitors seemed to be winning at that time. And they were powerful traitors too. Innocent people can be wrongfully charged and even convicted.


    • blognificentbee says:

      When taken in context and in the next few sentences of the report, he indicates that it is because it will hamper him in accomplishing his agenda.

      A nothing burger, like the rest of obstruction points. He was mad that he was being unfairly investigated, who wouldn’t be mad?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      It doesn’t matter that he was innocent… they appointed a Special Counsel and he was largely correct in his evaluation of the situation evidenced by the non-stop media/dem assault on his Presidency. We also know that this cloud has caused untold damage on the international stage… like China not wanting to complete a deal and planning to wait him out.

      Or Kerry & Co wandering the planet telling everyone that President Trump wouldn’t be President for long…

      Just imagine if he could have been President WITHOUT this hoax hindering his every move….

      So, I would say he had every right to be damned angry.

      Liked by 5 people

    • LBB says:

      Also try and keep in mind the time events occurred. There is a big difference of PDJT on day 1 of presidency. (getting familiar with the ropes, processes, personell) and day #819. Sessions came in early , was suppose to be dependable & competent, but we know that was not the case.

      PDJT had to win some of DC over, but he will never be an insider. Which many of us say amen to.


  12. Lulu says:

    Mueller, Weissman, McCabe, Comey, Rice, page, Strozk, Yates, etc. all belong in a courthouse followed by a public execution.

    Liked by 5 people

  13. Zorro says:

    Of course the ongoing narrative is that we don’t have the truth. The loonies will eventually get to the point where THEY will call for release of the origination documents.


    • Greg1 says:

      They KNOOOOooooooow better than to ask for the origination documents. Even they recognize it will bring the disinfecting sunlight of truth to the scene…….and they can’t be having that! They will fight that tooth and nail.

      They will continue their fabricated narrative about needing the “truth” so as to support democrat fraudulent investigations until doomsday.

      Hoaxers gotta hoax!


  14. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Mulehead ran a pathetic investigation.

    Doesn’t even mention the fusion GPS angle in the Trump Tower meeting. Didn’t interview Vasalniskya or Mifsud.

    To call mulehead “Dirty cop” is an insult to dirty cops. Mueller is a seditionist, no way around it.

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  15. gsonFIT says:

    The fact that Robert Mueller and his angry dem posse cannot commit yes or no to obstruction is BS. I know that he is trying to show a rationale for the Obama Admin’s DOJ/FBI corruption. But his job was to present a conclusion to an investigation. Of course Trump is innocent and avoid entrapment, but I again call BS on Mueller for keeping the hoax afloat but not committing to an obstruction charge. He literally owes the country $22.5 million.

    We need to fire the whole lot and start over. I am talking left and right

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  16. bullnuke says:

    Republicans better have a lot of questions for Mueller concerning the crap report when he testifies to Congress. It will be hard to watch each member praise the special counsel for his integrity.

    Liked by 8 people

  17. Time for AG Barr to initiate MATCHING investigations of COLLUSION & OBSTRUCTION in EQUIVALENT DEPTH and SCOPE:
    • Obama Administration
    • Congressional Leadership
    • Clinton Cabal
    • Deep State
    … and the Mueller Team who covered for them.

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  18. Hmmm... says:

    Mueller report summary:
    Part 1: No collusion but with enough spin to seem a bit collusiony
    Part 2: Trump had this weird notion that the special counsel was out to get him and dragging him down so we spent 2 years collecting his tweets and are teeing it up for congress to impeach.

    An absolute joke that should land some of these people behind bars.

    Liked by 9 people

  19. Joe says:

    This interview with Papadopoulos is incredible and you will learn things you never knew before listening. My conclusion? Our spies are not just criminals but they are total and complete douchebags and incapable of performing their duties.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

      Incompetent weirdos Inc.
      Need proof just take a gander at Halper., Brennan or whoa Nellie.
      Evil yes, but useless without their cerealbox decoder rings.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Joe says:

        I know your trying for humor in your last sentence and it is funny, but holy crap, it’s probably accurate.


      • Less funny when you think about the crimes they missed (VEGAS, PARKLAND, ORLANDO, etc.).

        But also explains why they suck so much at what should be their jobs.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Kintbury says:

          They were too busy going after their political enemies to do their actual job. That is why most intelligence agencies need to be abolished. They have been wrong on everything I can think of. Not exactly a good track record. When they do find someone up to something, they have usually entrapped them.

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        • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

          crimes “other” those involvement their about think I what repeatcan’t I


  20. J. E. Dyer has an interesting article at Liberty Unyielding. It gives a unique equation:
    Brennan + Bubba = Jackson Hole + Black Hole


  21. gsonFIT says:

    BTW, When this shit is over we need to discuss if impeachment is political or legal. I don’t think the dudes that beat the British and wrote our constitution were big on popularity contest. Who came up with the concept of impeachment being a political process.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 6x47 says:

      At the highest levels everything in political. Barack Obama relied upon that fact, acting badly and exceeding his Constitutional authority knowing that only Congress could stop him … and they wouldn’t.

      This is why character matters in a President. He needs to be someone who will do the right thing even when nobody else can hold him accountable if he doesn’t. Bill Clinton wasn’t up to snuff; neither was Barack Obama.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Ken Lawson says:

        “This is why character matters in a President. He needs to be someone who will do the right thing even when nobody else can hold him accountable if he doesn’t. Bill Clinton wasn’t up to snuff; neither was Barack Obama.”

        Until President Trump, there hasn’t been a president who was up to snuff since Reagan.

        Liked by 1 person

        • 6x47 says:

          I’ll disagree: Despite their globalist neo-conservativism Bush 41 and 43 were honorable men. Not the best presidents, but I don’t think they’re straight up criminals like Clinton and Obama.

          Liked by 2 people

          • gsonFIT says:

            Maybe on the Bushes. I would like to think so but I am pretty sure Stefan Halper was George Herbert Walker Bush’s boy from his days running the CIA. Gotta ask yourself what motivates these folks. They all want to see PDJT tax returns but I would like to see all political class (dem and Republican) balance sheets. How does someone make $175k a year and become a millionaire. Nice living but how does Comey have a net-worth of $12MM after raising a family and living in D.C. on that salary for 20 years?

            I guess we need a character test and not a popularity contest.


            • Dutchman says:

              I believed the Bushes were honorable people, etc. UNTIL I saw the Bush family openly embracing the Clintons with that ‘brother from another mother’crap, and partnering with them, in the rape and pillage of Haiti.

              At THAT point, the scales fell from my eyes. Once you see something like that, you can’t unsee it.

              Thats why I cheered, when DJT as candidate, broke with everyone else, regarding Bushes.

              You lay down with DOGS, you’re gonna get fleas. Laying down with the Clintons, COME ON!

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          • mopar2016 says:

            If they’re fine with open borders and they’re fine with the illegal invasion, then they’re crooks IMO. Both Bush presidents were open borders “illegal aliens first” presidents.
            And Jeb would’ve been even worse. 130 BILLION dollars annually to take care of illegals.
            That’s not including illegal anchor babies and their anchors.

            That money should be spent on America and American citizens.


          • CHenie says:

            @6×47–I can’t believe I just read your comment on the Bushes-if at this point, you still believe that 41 and 43 were honorable men there’s no point in telling you how wrong you are

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      It’s political because “High Crimes and Misdemeanors” may include acts that aren’t violations of criminal statutes. It’s political because the House and Senate not part of the Judiciary and cannot conduct criminal proceedings. Impeachment convictions, even for actual crimes, cannot be used as a criminal conviction. Despite all the “trappings”, Chief Justice presiding, etc. impeachment is strictly a political process.


      • Barnestormer says:

        Excellent point. I’d add that “conviction” by the Senate results in a political remedy, removal from office, and not criminal ones–loss of life, liberty or property.


  22. Dr.Jay says:

    FOX News investigative reporter Catherine Herridge later reported that the Mueller report released this morning admitted to the Mueller investigation there were no pee-pee tapes. It was complete fiction.

    Catherine Herridge: I want to draw your attention to pages 27 and 28. It deals with some allegations that were made in the Steele dossier that there were compromising tapes involving then candidate Trump (the pee-pee tapes). And what it states is that this information was communicated that tapes existed to Michael Cohen shortly after the election and he shared that information with the president. Now the Russian businessman then went on to be interviewed by the special counsel where he said the information that he had, he was told the tapes were fake but this was never communicated to Michael Cohen.

    The Special Counsel then hid this from Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen.
    The deep state is corrupt and ruthless.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Mary Morse says:

      That’s interesting, but what does it mean?

      Issikoff wrote in Russian Roulette that the pee pee story came from Chris Steele’s Source D, a close associate of Trump, later changed a few pages later to Source D as Sergei Millian.

      Does this suggest that Michael Cohen is, in fact, Source D, and who is the Russian? We know that Columbus Nova (Vekselberg/Blavatnik) paid Cohen a million dollars, but we don’t know why.

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      • Mary Morse says:

        new name, Georgi Rtskhiladze,aka King George, the Russian businessman discussed in the Report. The report notes that the alleged tapes were held by an associate of the Crocus Group (Agalarov’s company).

        A quote from Rtskhiladze:

        …”I don’t even care if [special prosecutor Robert] Mueller comes here,” says King George, who is also working to revive a Trump Tower project in Kazakhstan that he had negotiated after bringing Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, there. “They can’t find anything. There is nothing there. I can call it T Tower. Why not? Legally, we have no issues. Media-wise, it’s a genius idea.”
        To stoke the problems–and, in turn, the media (yes, including Forbes)–King George says, “I will purposely bring 20 Moscow [residents] from Russia to buy the apartments, okay? And I’m going to leak that Putin bought the apartment actually. It’s going to be great.” (He later says he was joking.) King George claims he speaks to the Trump Organization’s chief counsel, Alan Garten, “almost every week,” although Garten likely doesn’t know the extent of the Georgia partners’ ambitions. “Michael Cohen is going to hate me, and Alan Garten is going to hate me even more.” Neither Cohen nor Garten nor the Trump Organization nor White House representatives responded to numerous requests for comment.
        “Congress is going to be talking about it,” King George adds. “Everybody is going to come on and start talking about conflicts. And I love it. We’ll create so many f–king conflicts they’ll get lost.”…

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  23. Trump should counter attack. If he does not go on the offensive, the democrats WILL come back again and they will not make the same mistake.Scorched earth, no prisoners, salted earth, eic.

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  24. SJM says:

    Typo or Freudian slip???  Text below has AG Sessions recusing himself eight months BEFORE Trump was elected !!!

    From Page 11, Vol. I of the “Mueller Report”:

    I. The Special Counsel’s Investigation

    On May 17, 1017, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein—then serving as Acting Attorney General for the Russia investigation following the recusal of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on March 2, 2016—appointed the Special Counsel “to investigate Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election and related matters.”

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  25. Dr.Jay says:


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  26. Zippy says:

    Mueller Report: Donald Trump Thought Presidency Was ‘F*cked’ After Special Counsel Announced

    President Donald Trump was deeply worried after he learned that the Justice Department appointed a Special Counsel to investigate whether or not his campaign colluded with Russia, according to the Meuller report.

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions was in a meeting with President Trump in the Oval Office when Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein called him. Sessions stepped out of the office to take the call, as Rosenstein informed him of the decision to appoint a special counsel.

    When Sessions returned to the Oval Office to inform the president of the news of the special counsel appointment, Trump expressed alarm.

    “Oh my God,” he said, slumping in his chair. “This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I’m fucked.”

    Trump’s response was recorded by Jody Hunt, then the chief of staff for Sessions, who was present for the meeting. Those notes were turned over to the Special Counsel investigation.

    “Everyone tells me if you get one of these independent counsels it ruins your presidency,” Trump said. “It takes years and years and I won’t be able to do anything. This is the worst thing that ever happened to me.”

    Trump was furious with Sessions, telling him that President Barack Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder or President John F. Kennedy’s Attorney General Robert Kennedy would not have let this happen.

    Hunt’s notes recalled that Trump told him that Sessions had “let him down” by recusing himself in the investigation.


  27. Perot Conservative says:

    BLOCKBUSTER TIMELINE REVELATION NEXT WEEK – Forward to 32:45 – John Solomon segment

    August 2017: after an early foundational meeting, Page-Strok text: John Solomon:: “The White House is running this.”

    “…The WH doesn’t normally run counter intelligence operations or Justice Department investigations…”

    Solomon, 34:00: “I think next week we’ll be talking about a meeting one year earlier, January, 2017, where the origins of the Trump Collusion case begin. And a whole year earlier [than the Jan 2017 WH meeting Victoria Toesing mentioned with Obama, Brennan, Rice, etc.]; and I guarantee you it will have been in the White House.”

    Hannity question, “You’re saying it happened in 2015.”

    Solomon: “No. 2016. … January, 2016, the beginning of Donald Trump’s rise … [July 31, 2016 meeting referenced]… “I’m gonna say six months before, the effort to get Trump was launched. [34:30] Next week we’ll be talking about some pretty interesting **evidence**.”

    “But I think its so important for us now to step back and remember, this had to start somewhere. And a lot of resources had to be put into it. Who did it, what did they do, what did they know, what did they keep from the court.”


    • Don’t forget…

      Dinesh D’Souza
      Joe Arpaio
      Michael Flynn
      Bob Melendez

      All refused to kiss the ring of Hussein and publicly embarrassed him one way or another and were targeted for prosecution…just like the future 45th president.

      This was SOP for 0bama.

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      • Revelation says:

        Its also why the Trump taxes line is BS. You dont think Obama had his pet IRS go through them with a fine toothed comb?

        Liked by 1 person

        • Dutchman says:

          Obama didn’t NEED to have his “pet IRS” go thru DJT’s tax returns with a “fine tooth comb”.
          REMEMBER, DJT has been under audit, EVERY YEAR, for at least 20 years.

          Ever been under IRS audit? His tax returns have ALREADY been gone over with a fine tooth comb, since long before Obama forged his birth certificate.

          There is no there, there and never HAS been.


      • vladdy says:

        That’s what always got me so much about the silly “pee-tape” accusation….It sounded nothing like what we know about Trump, but boy, it sounded exactly like something O would have done if he found himself in a hotel room where DT had once slept!

        When it comes to petty revenge….seems almost like, forget Steele or Nellie Ohr—this sounds exactly like what we’d expect from O’s juvenile imagination, as a way he, himself, would “get back” (his vulgar and childish fingerprints are all over the methodology) at someone.

        Makes no sense that PDT would have a silly grudge against O — or use this method if he did? But who, no doubt, really thought HE deserved payback? Who is prob still enraged to this day that a certain businessman brought into the public eye (oh, that image, he so carefully maintained) the issue he has taken the most pains to hide– —- the ol’ phony BC? (As someone pointed out earlier, look what he did to Arpayio over it?)


  28. It is Holy Thursday, I am feeling God’s grace in the words of Jesus towards Democrats……….

    “Forgive them for they know not what they are doing”

    That would be a wonderful Tweet from P Trump.

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  29. It appears that most of the redacted material (“Harm to Ongoing Matter”) is related to the Internet Research Agency case. Materials and filings from that case are available on the Internet.

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  30. Carson Napier says:

    Chief Thunder Rolling Down the Mountain needs to now not just count coup, but take scalps.

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  31. aumechanic says:

    muleher is just another john McCain.


  32. henry says:


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  33. concerned3 says:

    Notice the timing of give away from RR.

    RR smiles at the Barr news conference this morning, as Barr said Mueller can testify before congress PERSONALLY.

    Now, you know why RR was smiling. He knew what Nalder had planned. Perhaps, even helped to plan it.

    If we actually, had an FBI anymore they would expose this.


    • Dr.Jay says:

      OR: RR feels F-d by Mueller and likes to see him grilled. He had enough of explaining the un-explainable.

      Liked by 1 person

      • concerned3 says:

        Let’s see, RR signed the last Dossier extension, Offered to record conversations on Trump in order to impeach under the 25th amendment. So we have one conspirator (RR) who wants to see, the other conspirator (Mueller) grilled by yet another conspirator (Jerrold Nadler). No, I can’t say I’m ready for this just yet.


    • MAGADJT says:

      Goodness. Chill out and stop letting your mind turn itself into a pretzel. You are not doing yourself any favors by thinking this way. Your name is 100% accurate.


  34. Deplore Able says:

    Mueller conclusion regarding Carter Page:

    “However, the investigation did not establish that Page coordinated with the Russian government in its efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.” Mueller Report issued page 95.

    Carter Page FISA warrant:

    “As discussed above, the FBI believes that Page has been collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government [redacted]. Based on the foregoing facts and circumstances, the FBI submits that there is probable cause to believe that Page [redacted] knowingly engaged in clandestine intelligence activities (or other intelligence gathering activities for or on behalf of such foreign power, and, therefore, is an agent of a foreign power as defined in 15 USC Section 1801(b)(2)(E).”

    How can Mueller conclude there was no coordination between Page and Russia, when years earlier the FBI swore to the FISA Court that there was probable cause to conclude that Page was conspiring with Russia?

    Somebody is in big, big, big trouble.

    Mueller was appointed as Special Counsel on May 17, 2017.
    The final FISA extension on Carter Page came two months later on July 18, 2017.

    Was Mueller unaware of the contents of the Page FISA extension? He was heading the investigation at that time. How can there be probable cause in July, 2017 but Mueller can’t establish any coordination with Russia by April 18, 2019?

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    • “However, the investigation did not establish that Page coordinated with the Russian government in its efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.” Mueller Report issued page 95.”

      I detest this cowardly language. How would you like a local DA to issue a press release with your name in it saying, ‘we failed to establish that John Doe was a serial rapist.’

      How about ‘we completely exonerate John Doe. He is innocent and we apologize for his name being bandied about for two years.’ Page’s life is forever altered, not to mention many others.

      Liked by 1 person

    • fanbeav says:

      Good question!


  35. Ken Maritch says:

    Shep is an ass.
    He is saying the Congress should decide PDJT’s guilt.


  36. justlizzyp says:

    SO I haven’t had time to read it, but I did hear a quote earlier today about the Mueller team finding POTUS’s written answers being ‘unsatisfactory’ because he said too many times that he didn’t recall. Nearly drove off the road choking on that hypocrisy.

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  37. III% says:

    So this weekend, instead of watching the grand kids hunt Easter eggs, the harridans and rapscallions that lead the dims will be cherry picking over the report to find what they can use to run the impeachment narrative. That’s fine and dandy. We have known that they would utterly refuse to drop this and act sane. It’s going to be the circus to end all circuses because at some point, they will get gobsmacked. Have fun fellow treepers because this is turning into a great show that is going to be a lot of fun for those on the right side of history.

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  38. shipley130 says:

    Only on page one and it’s clear that Poopadoupalous is a stupid you know what.


  39. DesertRain says:

    Clapper validates Mueller Report Written as a Political Vehicle
    On CNN at approx 12:10 pm PST, Clapper makes direct statement that the Mueller report written to contain a clear roadmap to impeachment.

    No doubt CNN will make that clip available.

    Liked by 1 person

    • justlizzyp says:

      That is the consensus from my Prog acquaintances. That it is clear from the report that Mueller believed Congress should be doing any prosecuting, not him. My question is, given a nearly unlimited budget, unfettered access, unprecedented cooperation, a highly determined hand picked team of investigators and as much time as you needed – if you still couldn’t come up with definitive proof of any crime isn’t that the answer? It is absurd to me that there would be nothing conclusive enough for them to recommend prosecution when this team was bound and determined to find it. If they couldn’t, I shudder to think of the amount of hate in the hearts of those who try next.


    • MelH says:

      Clapper spoke truth, DesertRain, maybe for the first time ever.


  40. bullnuke says:

    Time for our President to change the news cycle. Release all the redacted documents that proves it was an attempt to take him out. This will also prove Herr Mueller was a partisan hack.

    Liked by 6 people

  41. lolli says:

    On my way home, local news reporting now that the mueller report is out this is the beginning of dems investigating what is in the report. They said this is just the beginning of investigating PT and the charges in the report.
    Silent scream.
    Pure insanity.

    Liked by 3 people

  42. Von Henry says:

    This was one of the biggest nothing burgers of all time.

    I’m actually angry at how boring this report is.

    Liked by 2 people

  43. shipley130 says:

    Pages 59 & 60…seems as if the Trump campaign was assaulted by all sorts of dirty players.

    Liked by 2 people

  44. lurker2 says:

    The cost of the witch hunt from May 17 2017 through Sep 30 2018 was $12,287,852. I’m expecting that another $4 million or more will be added for the final period from Oct 1 2018 til the end.

    The $12,287,852 included $1,270,673 for “temporary duty relocation of DOJ employees detailed to the SCO”. Were they staying in 5-star hotels or something?


  45. Justin Green says:

    I had no idea Seth Rich was Russian.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Ozark says:

    A Never-Trumper says stuff, wow what a loser.


    • Sandra-VA says:

      Don’t even taint these pages with that little rat. He looks like a rat and he acts like one.

      Can’t even stand the sound of his voice. I would actually call him a very nasty word… but it would be unladylike, so I won’t. Just use your imagination 😀

      Liked by 5 people

    • Justin Green says:

      If only Ben had actually told us what “deeply embarrassing and immoral” behavior he was referring to.

      Friendly fire is the worst kind, Ben. You need to do some soul searching.

      Liked by 3 people

    • joeknuckles says:

      Does Ben think that lying about assault charges against an innocent man is moral? (referring to Michelle Fields lies)

      Liked by 3 people

    • vladdy says:

      He says, as he is in the act of doing something “bad and embarrassing,” “stupid and immoral.” Right, BS. And to think there was a time when I admired you. Your one big trick now is debating clueless leftist college kids who don’t have a brain to stand on.

      Liked by 2 people

    • WRB says:

      This Ben guy is a twit.


  47. JAS says:

    This report was not written by Mueller. The tone and omissions have Andrew Weissmann written/omitted all over it. The scumbag left the freaking door open for POTUS harassment to continue unabated. What a crock of shit.

    I’m sick of these people.

    Liked by 3 people

  48. concerned3 says:

    All the Anti-Trump people at Fox News are out now, in a long chain.


  49. franuche says:

    This reminds me of the bygone practice of gentleman duels. Here we have The Swamp vs President Trump. The Swamp takes the first shot at ten paces, the President standing proud, still, and defiant… as the bullet misses by a country mile.

    Now, please, Me. President, take aim and do not fail.


  50. Newhere says:

    Trump’s posture throughout this investigation is extraordinary. Full unfettered cooperation, no privileges asserted — not even for keeping private his musings and deliberations with his innermost circle, which could have been held back, and could have been redacted in the final report; and by then he’d have the moral high ground to do so, in light of full exoneration.

    Here’s the equivalent: a man accused of treason is forced into slavery and as a gladiator proceeds to win the crowd; the small and confounded emperor orders a grand finale — freedom or death — and secretly shivs the gladiator and hides the wound; the emperor then asks will you fight a tiger, a lion, or an army? The gladiator says, bring out all of them.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Kristin DeBacco says:

      Newhere: I love your analogy. He is our Gladiator and our LionHeart.
      This also will pass, but there will be vipers always.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Og Oggilby says:

      Donald Trump makes every single one of his enemies look small. Very small….

      Liked by 3 people

    • Attorney at Law says:

      God Bless our President, his family, his incredible steadfast faithful supporters, and all those on TCT who continue to spread the word of glory.

      Thank you Sundance for all of your work and dedication.

      ‘You’re beyond appreciated’

      Liked by 2 people

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