Mark Levin Points Out Highly Political Intention of Mueller Volume II…

Mark Levin goes on a tear this morning noting the second part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Trump-Russia collusion is “crap” and simply an “op-ed” on the former FBI director’s thoughts about obstruction of justice.

Levin is right… Volume I was complete nonsense, there never was any Russia collusion-conspiracy. Volume II, “Obstruction”, was always the purpose of Mueller, Weissmann and Rosenstein.

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Don’t get lulled into thinking this thing is over; it is not. The Democrats don’t want people to notice the long-planned and coordinated Pelosi launch platform. The collective “left” want to run the impeachment hearing through the media, not the actual House of Representatives. Then they want the “impeachment vote” to take place at the polls in 2020.

This is a plan that is still rolling out.

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344 Responses to Mark Levin Points Out Highly Political Intention of Mueller Volume II…

  1. Zippy says:

    “Mark Levin Points Out Highly Political Intention”

    Points in the same vein made here IN DETAIL. The spew was obviously written in a slanted manner to provide impeachment material. Much said about nothing, nothing said about large numbers of somethings. Conclusions which should be stated in the text are in footnotes.

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    • The Boss says:

      I wouldn’t be surprised in the least if Vol 2 was written by little angry Andrew Weissman in conjunction with Pelosi and other democrat leaders after the mid-terms with the express objective of laying the groundwork for impeachment. Hence, the rules of the House are changed to fit squarely with the objective.

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      • chojun says:

        The whole thing was produced by Andrew Weissman. He was the lead prosecutor and this is his work product. Mueller is a manager – but the work was done by Weissman.

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        • Mike K says:

          Weissman is distinguished as few are. He had a conviction overturned by a unanimous decision of the US Supreme Court in the Arthur Anderson case. How many can say they were spanked by a unanimous decision throwing out their case ?

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        • glissmeister says:

          If this is indeed Weissman’s work product, how is his apparent misconduct not actionable? How does Weissman gain indemnity? There appears to be a clear intent to unconscionably mislead and distort by misuse of the report. Fraud requires intent, which is usually hard to prove. Then there’s the matter of political monetization of the SC process by perverting fundamental principles of jurisprudence with unconscionable misuse of rhetorical devices and lyrical deceptions. The apparently conspiracy to politically monetize the SC process raises significant questions of racketeering and unlawful syndicate practices.

          To claim the purpose of the inquiry was to prove Trump innocent? What kind of fraudulent, deceptive rhetorical device is this? It is certainly not a good faith, truthful legal finding.

          To usurp the purpose and findings of the SC report and divert the work product and convert the costs and benefits of the said work product to monetize political syndicalism as part of an overt overall pattern of racketeering to overthrow a duly elected POTUS — what do we call that?

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      • Marygrace Powers says:

        “was written by little angry Andrew Weissman in conjunction with Pelosi….”

        Fits right in with Pelosi’s recent statement –
        “I don’t trust AG Barr, I trust Mueller.”
        (btw… she looks terrible in this clip)

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        Who is protecting Andrew Weissman that he is still able to practice law at this level? Having everyone of his Arthur Andersen decisions reversed should have triggered an investigation and possible law license suspension.

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      • beach lover says:

        Joe diGenova said as much on Lou Dobbs show last night. He said Weissman’s dirty fingerprints are over the obstruction part of the report. It is a clip worth watching, as all of his are IMHO.

        He also stated that Mueller and Rosenstein knew all along there was no reason for the collusion investigation to begin with. It was all done to get the obstruction portion in the forefront to Congress and the media.

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    • Curt says:

      Dan Bongino truly nails the various political attempts by the deep state conspirators to convict this president without any evidence. He delves into the Mueller report pointing out the lies and corruption off the part of its author. Mueller and his “associates”, especially Andrew Weissmann, are dirty. They have committed crimes and with any luck this will be exposed in the near future.
      Nunes and Bongino’s evaluation of the last paragraph on page 11 of this report are especially telling. A veiled attempt by Mueller to cover his own ass over the dossier and the false evidence used to get a FISA warrant against Carter Page. We truly do live in a police state…

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    • Curt says:

      Dan Bongino truly nails the various political attempts by the deep state conspirators to convict this president without any evidence. He delves into the Mueller report pointing out the lies and corruption on the the part of its author. Mueller and his “associates”, especially Andrew Weissmann, are dirty. They have committed crimes and with any luck this will be exposed in the near future.
      Nunes and Bongino’s evaluation of the last paragraph on page 11 of this report are especially telling. A veiled attempt by Mueller to cover his own ass over the dossier and the false evidence used to get a FISA warrant against Carter Page. We truly do live in a police state…

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      • Zippy says:

        And this is why I don’t think anyone is going to prison as they should and statutes of limitation are being reached due to intentionally drawn out “investigations” taking FAR longer than they should, “investigations” that in the end produce nothing significant or nothing significant that is actually ACTED UPON, just like “criminal referrals” (pfft!) from CONgress.

        Mueller’s report gave the Dims a entirely unjustified political impeachment tool to use as a threat to avoid proper criminal charges against the Deep State actors involved in Spygate. It’s all a game of poker.

        As Dan Bongino and others have said many times, if a large number of people don’t get serious jail time over this criminality, justice is dead and so is the Republic. What’s sad is that the majority of people in this country don’t realize this and even cheer for the wrong side thanks to the easy propagandizing of morons via a Soviet Pravda caliber corporate media. (I’ve stopped calling it “mainstream” media because that gives it the sound of legitimacy it does not deserve)

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        • Green Bucket says:

          Civil war 2.0 will break out if this isn’t resolved appropriately, e.g., trials, convictions and real sentencing, not 2 years in a country club.

          If Obama and Hillary and all their corrupt cronies think they’re getting away with it, they are wrong. This is the United States, not some stupid banana republic.

          I want the US to be a safe and free place to live for future generations. I’m ready to start the March on Washington and there are hopefully a few million more that will join me.

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          • R E Peterson says:

            Someone on another site uses a tagline….”Future Civil War Hero”.

            I have to get a T-shirt made with that on it!

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          • Austin Holdout says:

            Id take 2 years in a country club at this point. These blow hard, self-proclaimed elites know they wouldn’t last a Day in any prison and they’ll squeal their heads off and dump on anyone else it takes to keep their own butts out of jail.

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          • Zippy says:

            “Civil war 2.0 will break out if this isn’t resolved appropriately”

            Nah, not even and if it did it would only be a further excuse for oppression. It’s also exactly what the Deep State Swamp would want.

            Actual unrest won’t break out until things get REALLY dire and the distracting games and circuses are gone. That will be prevented for as long as possible via the same mechanism as last time, bailouts on the taxpayer’s tab, and via a route still being taken to this day, massive borrowing on the taxpayers’ credit card. It’s the boiled frog scenario.

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        • Thinker says:

          I am SO still waiting on declassifying Huma Abedin’s laptop. Hillary’s crimes and pay for play will be exposed and I don’t think even the media will be able to cover it up.

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          • jx says:

            I hope so. We haven’t even got through the thicket of crimes in the DOJ. Got to pick up the pace, hopefully Barr will. While I like his demeanor his disposition is yet to be determined.

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          • Austin Holdout says:

            The Clinton’s political savvy and skill in passing the buck, both of which are backed up by their willingness to “silence” their detractors at any cost will protect them from any liability for pay for play. Best case, Abadin or someone below her would take be set up to take the fall. Besides, pay for play is the meat and potatoes for ALL DC politicians. There will be zero political will to go there. Unless they think they can get Trump for it, of course.

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        • jx says:

          > statutes of limitation are being reached due to intentionally drawn out “investigations”

          Thank Jeff Sessions.

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  2. Derangement Syndrome says:

    The media and brain-dead Dem’s keep attacking Barr’s character, calling him a shill and a liar. That he’s “covering up” for Trump.

    Let’s hope all these insane tantrum attacks on the AG propels him to crush the coup plotters with a vengeance. In fact he must, or they will never relent.

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    • Tazio Nuvolari says:

      And while doing that they are red-pilling a bunch of never-Trump conservatives. They now see that their hateful rage knows no bounds. Barr is highly respected in upper conservative circles, and even the few remaining sane ones on the left. Let them keep it up. Never interrupt your enemy when they are making a mistake.

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    • Guyski says:

      Barr said another less redacted version will go to select congress critters. A set up?

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    • Austin Holdout says:

      Barr was fed up with the overt media bias after 2 questions and both of his answers were slammed out of the park. I loved the answer about “why would you assume I am saying nice things about the President’s reasoning when you haven’t read the report and my comments were quoting the report”. Wish they had shown the egg on that reporter’s face. Barr seems to be on their scent and I pray their attacks on him will just strengthen his resolve to bring justice to the real criminal cabal.

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  3. Von Henry says:

    I say let Congress try impeachment for hilarity purposes.

    If I was Trump, I’d publicly dare them to.

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    • The goal isn’t to do it in Congress. It’s to do in the polls for 2020.

      That’s why Mueller left it open to “no conclusion of obstruction” so it can be dragged out for 2020.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Considering the odds of success, It’s not a credible plan.

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          Sorry, the “I” in it’s should not be capitalized. 🙂

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          • Ready Steady Go says:

            I agree with you sd but the Dems blew it.
            1 Cohen back fired
            2 Barr was brilliant and ate their candy.
            3 the MSM ratings are collapsing
            4 Trump’s approval #s over 50 percent
            5 the Hill is reporting independent voters are siding with Trump
            6 majority does not support impeachment
            7 I hope they stick with this. It’s a loser.
            8 pelosi is smart and knows it.
            She is pulling back the troops. This is why they are wheeling out the chosen one next week. They realize Mueller did not deliver. Trump and Barr have Rosey as their insurance policy. They have something epic on old rod. Tapes??? That look on his face was a tell. He was signaling something to the small group. Trump owns his backside. It is over. They will continue with meaningless hearings. But they won’t go anywhere. It’s jumping the shark with the people. But I hope they continue. It’s actually distracting the Dems not Trump.

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          • Austin Holdout says:

            Mark, we’re totally offended and one more slip up like that and you’re off the island. 😊

            Liked by 3 people

        • RobInPA says:

          It’s their proverbial ‘Hail Mary’ pass.

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  4. weirdflunky says:

    I wish Levin actually worked for Trump. Just for 6 months. He’d burn the entire clown show down to the ground.

    Liked by 7 people

    • andyocoregon says:

      He probably has less restricted freedom to speak his mind in his current position. There are all kinds of rules for government officials.

      Liked by 12 people

    • John says:

      Levin for DAG.
      DeGeniva to head the FBI.
      ( But the Senate lacks the testosterone to confirm.)

      Liked by 6 people

      • Bert Darrell says:

        DiGenova

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      • mike says:

        Levin was virulently anti-Trump in 2015-6. I wouldn’t get carried away on Johnny-come-latelies..

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        • dr D says:

          Surprised it took this long for someone to bring up crap from 3-4 years ago. A lot of people weren’t convinced about Trump in 2015 who are now supporting and defending him. Can we get over it?

          I heard Levin explain that he didn’t think Trump was serious, that he was a one time liberal, etc. It was Levin’s father (now deceased) who told Mark to get off Trump’s back and give him a chance.

          He’s now one of Trump’s biggest defenders in the media. Forget about 2015. Same with Lindsey. Trump needs all the allies he can get.

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          • Truthfilter says:

            Levin was on our side for 2 decades before PDT entered the picture. So he veered away in 2015 because he had pledged himself to Cruz, had already given support to Cruz. Lots of my friends were Cruzbots. They all came around, though, and now they’re firmly on board.

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            • Austin Holdout says:

              Speaking of Cruz, he has been as useless as my other Senator John Cornyn during this whole episode. Texas needs 2 real conservatives and we need them fast. Rep. Chip Roy has potential. But I digress.

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              • TPW says:

                I can relate with my own useless Rep. Bradley Byrne…..been writing him first about TPP which he was for (idiot) and then about the Hoax… Gave him the whole Sundance lowdown and then some…….At first he replied with the uniparty leadership “honorable man” dribble…let Mueller finish the investigation BS……then he stopped replying at all…….You would think I would actually see him publically outraged now that it is all laid out….Nope…..We don’t hear a word from most of the Republican chicken shits. He is just up there for the ride…..Now he is running for Doug Jones seat in the Senate. Jones replaced the wall flower Sessions….How did Alabama get a Democrat for the Senate….it was the Roy Moore take down by the Uniparty for those who don’t remember. The next time Byrne holds a conference phone sessions which I am usually invited to join I plan on embarrassing the ever living he!! out of him by asking him why Alabama has heard absolutely nothing from him in defense of Alabama’s 70% pick for POTUS in light of all the damning evidence of corruption.

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            • GB Bari says:

              Agree with you about Cruz supporters. I was one also. That was in the pre-Trump paradigm. Trump’s overwhelming win in the primaries forced me to take a much closer look to see if I could support him in the general as opposed to a third party. That “closer look” took about a week. Upon deciding that DJT was serious and had the most substantive plan I’d ever read about, I have never thought of supporting anyone else but him.

              Levin was likely a harder “sell” than me, but it’s obvious he is on board and buckled in.

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          • mikeyboo says:

            Levin has been a real warrior for truth, justice, and the American Way-which now puts him squarely in the Trump camp-even if Trump was not his first choice.

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            • Ackman420 says:

              His disgust with the legal double standards between PDJT and Hillary, and the affront to the office, is what a lot of people who didn’t even vote for our President, feel. Levin may not agree with everything PDJT does, but he’s on the train.

              All PDJT has to do is ride it out until next November, without doing something really stupid, and 2020 is in the bag. Lots of people are being red piled. The nation is tired of the hypocrisy.

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    • chuckyschmucky says:

      Levin for Special Prosecutor.

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  5. joebkonobi says:

    The antidote to the dem plan is declassification, truth & justice.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Declassify relevant documents one week before Mueller testifies before congress. FISA abuse, precedent of investigation and voluminous conflict of interest can be authoritatively shown in public.

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        Maybe the same day. Upstage him and don’t give him a chance to prepare answers before the Freefom Caucus guys question him on the declasdified docs. Nunes has seen all of them. He can prepare the questions for everyone’s 5 minutes.

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        • nimrodman says:

          Yeah, same day

          About 5 minutes after the congressional session has been called to order and questioning of Mueller has begun

          Cameras would capture EVERYONE in the chamber suddenly looking down at their phones

          And GOPers could hit Mueller with some pointed questions on the breaking news when their 5 minutes turn comes around

          Yay!
          If wishes were horses …

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  6. solomonpal says:

    Where’s the counter punch …the perp walk?
    Indictments? That will surely shut them up…right?

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    • Justice says:

      It bears mentioning again and again that there can be no obstruction of justice where there was no crime.

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      • Justice says:

        Solomon…

        Sorry, I meant my post to be a new thread. Didn’t mean it to distract from your good posting.

        I’m still waiting for the counter punch too…been waiting for the orange jumpsuits on Barry and the Witch for a while now.

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      • Revelation says:

        I don’t think that legally accurate. However what the Dems are citing in the Mueller report is no where near the level required for any sane accusation.

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        • ristvan says:

          You are technically correct legally. It IS possible to obstruct justice in an investigation even when a prosecutor ultimately determines there was no crime. Witness tampering, destroying evidence…unsubtle stuff.
          But VERY rare since no crime usually means no obstruction motive. Usually this rarity is seen when there is a real crime that the mistaken investigation into the non-crime might accidentally expose. Doesn’t apply here, so Barr’s intent reasoning more than suffices for public consumption.

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    • permiejack says:

      Yes, I agree. President Trump needs to go on the offensive. I’m not talking about tweets either. This whole bs will continue till the Dems are forced against the wall and looking for an escape route. Often said here, “Everyone has a plan till they get punched in the mouth”…Mike Tyson.

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  7. harleyd says:

    The best defense is a good offense.

    PDJT should begin a steady campaign to put the Swamp on the defensive by declassifying all critical documents in a slow, methodical way that builds to the inescapable conclusion of an attempted frame job and coup that involved the DOJ, the FBI, the State Dept. the White House and the Congress.

    This will take the attention off of the Mueller Report and put it where it really belongs – with those that attempted to undermine an election and then, once failing there, attempted to overthrow a duly elected President.

    Whining about the crap in the Muller Report is just giving it more publicity and playing their game.

    Turn the tables – now.

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    • 4sure says:

      Dims always play offense and never give up. They always control the narrative because they own the fake state run news. We are always going to be on the defense if we react to the fake news. Best way to defeat them is by prosecuting them and hanging their azzes. Literally. That’s all they understand. Destroy the opposistion or be destroyed. They see it no other way. And we have not destroyed anyone.

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  8. Perot Conservative says:

    And John Solomon may upset the apple cart with evidence next week of a meeting in the White House, January 2016, pushing the official timeline back a minimum of 6 months.

    Humm. Planning for Clapper and Comey to go to Australia / Five Eyes?

    Someone mentioned the spark: Trump talking on the campaign trail about defunding NATO. That was allegedly what lit the flame. Billions at stake. We fund, what, 70% of NATO? Which allegedly freaked out the Brits and Aussies. And they are more liberal than our Democrats.

    BTW, 2 more vacations for Nancy?

    Political retreat
    Ireland

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    • Newhere says:

      But the facts of timing aren’t new, and no upset to the apple cart.

      Particular facts have no impact on “the narrative.” The dynamics will not change until there is a high-level indictment. It may be preceded by more information in the public domain — maybe a lot of it. We’ll all know. But we already know. None of that information will break through until an indictment.

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      thats more bs and more national security exception crap…shifting the goalposts

      they were against him from the beginning bc they didnt think they could control him..that is all..all other serious candidates are known controllable quantities to the deep state–

      you may ask, what about obama–he was a nobody from nowhere–why wouldnt the deep state have opposed him like they have opposed PDJT?

      bc they did know him..he was CIA from a CIA family—he was one of them

      Candidate Trump was his own man..and thats why they couldnt have him win…it had nothing to do with NATO or Russia or any other bs specifics…it was about EVERYTHING- his entire worldview and his incorruptibility..

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  9. INlegaleagle says:

    “A new poll finds that now 58% believe Trump obstructed justice”

    Gird your loins, people……. Trump best come out with his best shock and awe counter to this….. or the Democrat media is going to win for impeachment 2020

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  10. BAGHDAD BOB … MUELLER!

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  11. Sidney Powell says:

    It’s the #Weissmann Report–as I have long said–crafted to spin the narrative he wants and smear the President. He’s deliberately giving the Democrats red meat for their resistance, but there’s nothing there. The President could have fired anyone he wanted and still not obstructed justice. The investigation would have gone on. It was a Witchhunt from its inception–worse–the greatest fraud ever perpetrated on the courts, the American people and the Republic. None of the obstruction statutes cited apply at all–the report admits as much on page 9 Vol II where it says “potentially relevant statutes.” Total bullshit.

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    • amwick says:

      Ty Ms. Powell…
      Fighting the good fight.. Bless and keep you..
      I have to believe AG Barr knew all about this.. a while ago.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Total bullshit is right and we who know the truth are sick of the lies. 2020 will be decimation time of all Ds. There is no other way. This has ruined our country. Let’s not forget who promoted resistance after 11/8/2016. Wish I could locate that video.

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    • justlizzyp says:

      I’ve really enjoyed seeing/ hearing you on so many shows this week, but even more than that I love that you are free to say ‘bullshit’ here because I know you can’t on the airwaves!

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    • AloftWalt says:

      I would beg to differ with you Ms. Powell. This was not “the greatest fraud perpetrated on the courts.”, as the FISC courts were complicit in this coupe and should be prosecuted along with all of the other seditious slime who tried to overthrow our duly elected CoC.

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    • Joshua2415 says:

      In light of the season; Weissman didn’t give them red meat, he gave them Marshmallo Peeps! Sweet when you bite into them but gone in seconds. Those who swallow the most will get a bit of a sugar high but when the rush is over, “Team Mueller” will be gone and Donald J Trump will still be President of the United States.

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      Keep talking.

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    • Sidney you had Weissmann’s number years ago. His stripes haven’t changed. no truer words have been written, he has been “Licensed to Lie”. Hopefully what goes around, comes around for him. He deserves the Manafort treatment.

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    • Newhere says:

      Ok. But outrage in a few pockets hasn’t changed anything. More information absorbed by those who’ve understood and seen clearly for 2+ years doesn’t seem like it’s going to change anything.

      Do you believe the perpetrators will be indicted, and when? Because the current dynamic is a travesty for the cause of justice and democracy. A drawn-out tussle among Beltway players is corroding the body politic. If this continues — and defines yet another election — how can we see that as anything but a failure? When do our institutions, which are empowered by the consent of the governed, whose sacred charge is to uphold and protect the promise of equal justice and the rule of law — when do these institutions stand up on the side of truth? When do those individuals in power demonstrate that we aren’t governed by invisible forces of an administrative state, but by flesh-and-blood individuals who look us in the eye as accountable, drop the game and dissembling, speak candidly and act swiftly?

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    • Doug says:

      Trumps actions are that of a falsely accused, smeared and slandered man.
      And when he saw Mueller hired Demonrats to do the investigation he blew his top, as any INNOCENT MAN WOULD

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    • JC Calhoun says:

      Ms. Powell…you are a great American…please help Barr to get his ducks in a row and swiftly…a good offense quickly deployed will take all of the wind out of their sails and frustrate the media narrative which must be turned.

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    • How does the President prevail?
      What’s the plan?
      Love your work. Thank you.
      (Ps are you familiar with Lanny Breuer and the FCPA Africa Sting?)

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      • RonInPA says:

        Here is the hit list, as posted at the end of some of sundances articles –

        Get to the bottom of the targeting/framing of Michael Flynn and the positioning of a false narrative around innocuous Russia contacts.

        Fully explain the use of Joseph Mifsud as an asset by the CIA/FBI running a counterintelligence operation against the Trump campaign.

        Paying particular attention to the glenn simpson interviews with the russian lady lawyer before and after, deconstruct the Trump Tower meeting as organized by Fusion-GPS.

        Prove the July 31st, 2016, Crossfire Hurricane operation originated from fraud by exposing the CIA operation that created the originating “Electronic Communication” memo. Declassify that two-page “EC” document that Brennan gave to Comey.

        Release and declassify all of the Comey memos that document the investigative steps taken by the FBI as an outcome of the operation coordinated by CIA Director John Brennan in early 2016.

        Reveal the November 2015 through April 2016 FISA-702 search query abuse by declassifying the April 2017 court opinion written by FISC Presiding Judge Rosemary Collyer. Show the FBI contractors behind the 85% fraudulent search queries. [Crowdstrike? Fusion-GPS? Nellie Ohr?]

        Subpoena former DOJ-NSD (National Security Division) head John Carlin, or haul him in front of a grand jury, and get his testimony about why he hid the abuse from the FISA court in October 2016; why the DOJ-NSD rushed the Carter Page application to beat NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers to the FISA court; and why Carlin quit immediately thereafter. Squeeze this bastard’s nuts in the proverbial legal vice.

        Prove the Carter Page FISA application (October 2016) was fraudulent and based on deceptions to the FISA Court. Declassify the entire document, and release the transcripts of those who signed the application(s); and/or depose those who have not yet testified.

        Release all of the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages without redactions. Let sunlight pour in on the actual conversation(s) that were taking place when Crossfire Hurricane (July ’16) and the FISA Application (Oct ’16) were taking place.

        Release all of Bruce Ohr 302’s, FBI notes from interviews and debriefing sessions, and other relevant documents associated with the interviews of Bruce Ohr and his internal communications. Including exculpatory evidence that Bruce Ohr may have shared with FBI Agent Joseph Pientka. [And get a deposition from this Pientka fella]

        Release the August 2nd, 2017, two-page scope memo provided by DAG Rod Rosenstein to special counsel Robert Mueller to advance the fraudulent Trump investigation, and initiate the more purposeful obstruction of justice investigation.

        And for the record, I “HEART” Sidney Powell!!

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  12. Sidney Powell says:

    It’s the #Weissmann Report–as I have long said–crafted to spin the narrative he wants and smear the President. He’s deliberately giving the Democrats red meat for their resistance, but there’s nothing there. The President could have fired anyone he wanted and still not obstructed justice. The investigation would have gone on. It was a Witchhunt from its inception–worse–the greatest fraud ever perpetrated on the courts, the American people and the Republic. None of the obstruction statutes cited apply at all–the report admits as much on page 9 Vol II where it says “potentially relevant statutes.” Total bullshit.

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    • delighteddeplorable says:

      Thank you, Sidney. Sundance is spot on – this is NOT over, not even close. AG Barr is just getting warmed up and the Demonrats have to be feeling the heat, hence their increasingly frantic, off the rails bloviating. Total bullshit in spades.

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      • joshashland says:

        Imho, the whole Special Counsel thing was a taxpayer funder opposition resource for the globalists from the start. There was no there there, so any dirt or close to dirt or made up dirt could be planted.
        Any dirt against the NWO could be buried, destroyed or manipulated.
        But then again I’m not a conspiracy kind of person so what do I know?

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    • doofusdawg says:

      You need to start preaching that there should be no limitations on scope of questioning of Mueller before congress. What was the predicate and when for Mueller to become SC. When did AW get involved.

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    • How does the President prevail?
      What’s the plan?
      Love your work. Thank you.
      (Ps are you familiar with Lanny Breuer and the FCPA Africa Sting?)

      Misposted/reposted from above

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  13. The media is against President Trump no matter what, ” A vote against Trump is a like a vote for impeachment (that he deserved ) ” will be their theme , if wasn’t that it would be something else. President Trump has to face a hostile media, joined at the hip with Dems , all of whom fanatically hate him and he knows it,

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    • So true.
      I went to WSJ this AM and was astonished–not in a good way–to say the headline that “Putin has Won”…absolutely RIDICULOUS created from thin air construct based on even Mueller’s report–which shows little impact on the election result from the IRA FB “ads” and other actions, not to mention that NO U.S. person knowingly conspired with or colluded with Russia.
      Subsequent stories equally ridiculous. The comments sections are burning up from 90%+ irate readers that are disgusted by the slant of these WSJ “stories”.

      And this is a supposedly “business oriented” media outlet.

      POTUS and team MUST go after Obama, Lynch, Comey, McCabe, Brennan, Clapper, Strzok, Ohrs, Glen Simpson, Christopher Steele, Samantha Powers, Susan Rice, Hillary, Lisa Page, Sally Yates, et. al.

      And we need to be extremely clear in explaining what happened. I listed to Bongino today and did not find his coverage to be systematic enough for the average listener/reader. And I like Levin but he just sounds like he is yelling his opinion. To be convincing we need to be both dispassionate and able to pursue a logical and systematic argument.

      imho 🙂

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      • nats1mom says:

        Well stated Wisdom. Thank you.

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      • Zippy says:

        “I listed to Bongino today and did not find his coverage to be systematic enough for the average listener/reader.”

        So did I and I don’t see why it wasn’t “systematic” enough for the average listener/reader. If you mean it didn’t provide enough background information which he wrote an entire book about so that the “average” listener who hasn’t been following this could fully understand it, if he did that would have been a six hour show.

        This is an extremely complex scandal and that’s why so few pay close enough attention to it and why there will be no punishments commensurate with the crimes committed. There will be no massive public outcry demanding it. The REAL government, the shadow government (aka the Deep State) will get away with criminal behavior, probably for the nth time. It’s just that this time it is incredibly obvious because the “right” person didn’t win in 2016 and it couldn’t be buried as it normally would be.

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      • GB Bari says:

        The good news is where you found that
        The comments sections are burning up from 90%+ irate readers that are disgusted by the slant of these WSJ “stories”.

        There some hope that WSJ’s readers have more intelligence than the WSJ editors.

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  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I love the way Levin put Little Ed in his place!

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    • starfcker says:

      Yes, but props to Ed and the rest of the crew for letting Levin rant uninterrupted. The viewers of the number one morning cable show with 1.5 million people watching, got to see some unvarnished truth presented to them about the whole criminal conspiracy that they might not have seen anywhere else up to this point. Great job

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  15. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    Mueller Probe: Strike One!
    Mueller Report: Strike Two!
    Criminal indictment of Mueller: Strike Three!

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  16. the5thranchhand says:

    Holy! Moly! Finally a Mark Levin that I can agree with! Bless him, from his head to his toes! SMACK!

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  17. chojun says:

    Y’all be sure to watch the body language analysis of Rod Rosenstein during Barr’s pre-release press conference.

    Rosenstein is catatonic. Something HUGE is coming and Barr is going to help it right along. There’s a lot that’s being hidden at the DOJ and FBI and they did their level best to hide it but they FAILED. Now honorable people who are horrified at the corruption of what is (arguably) the most important department are going to clean it up.

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    • Concernedcitizen says:

      Is there any doubt that Rosenstein was the mastermind of the coup attempt?

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      • Bryan Alexander says:

        Rosenstein is a foot soldier. Obama, Clinton and Jarrett are the Generals in this.

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        • buanadha says:

          Sundance has some good thoughts around this a while back. I think it’s even possible he was someone who was trying to get along approach and got in over his head. Like you, I definitely don’t think he was the mastermind.

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      • chojun says:

        I actually doubt that. I think we’re still unsure about Rosenstein’s exact role in all this outside of his appointing of Mueller and opening the office.

        There’s some compelling evidence (to me, at least) that Rosenstein may have been manipulated into this, and that his motives might be toward self-preservation. One thing’s clear – the whole entire episode was a VERY carefully crafted plan that was designed to end with Trump being removed from office. That plan failed.

        Because of that failure, things are going to get a lot worse before they get better but there’s light at the end of the tunnel and when we emerge we’ll be much better than when we were on Jan 20, 2017.

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        • Concernedcitizen says:

          The reason I think Rosenstein was the mastermind is that his fingerprints are all over the crime scene – from Sessions’ recusal, to Comey’s firing triggering calls for the SC, to the entrapment attempt with Mueller during the Trump interview (possibly recorded), to pushing the 25th amendment idea, to appointing Mueller as SC who stacked the deck against Trump, to renewing an unlawful FISA application, to authorizing the criminal investigation of AG Sessions.

          Let me put it this way: If Rosenstein wasn’t the mastermind, who was?

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      Hope so.

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    • Ellie says:

      How on earth is Attorney General Barr going to clean this mess up? The whole institution needs to be dismantled and rebuilt.
      Mr. Rosenstein looks like he’s seen a ghost…

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    • Rosen Rat was obviously totally doped up on psychotropic drugs.

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    • jx says:

      Rosenstein is very tense.

      In the video he at times looks as if he’s about to vomit.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        I suspect he knew full well what the response would be to AG Barr’s announcement. He also knows the unbridled viciousness of his former colleagues will now be turned on him, and his family and AG Barr,, just as they have been firing on Pres Trump.

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  18. Bonitabaycane says:

    If the Democrat Party thinks Americans want two more years of wasteful, baseless investigation, then the party is digging its own political grave for 2020.

    IMO Americans have had enough, and will punish the Democrat Party in epic proportions should they continue pursuing investigation instead of passing legislation that would actually benefit the country.

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    • Newhere says:

      If Trump drops the hammer — pivots to offense — that could dash impeachment plans. The bigger risk is that Trump would calculate that he’d rather run against an impeachment campaign from the dems — agree, fatal for them — than swiftly drop the hammer and get on with business.

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    • TPW says:

      Where was the Americans during the 2018 election???????? If cheating was allowed by the Uniparty what is going to prevent it in 2020? They are desperate.

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  19. Skippy says:

    Romney message/reaction out:
    Senator Mitt Romney Verified account @SenatorRomney
    20m20 minutes ago
    More
    I have now read the redacted Mueller report and offer my personal reaction:

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  20. buanadha says:

    In the real world the best defense is often a good offense. they had their chance and threw the first punch… brilliantly of them, that punch kept Trump from punching back.. until know.

    They “think” they are going to run impeachment. They are going to be lucky not to go to jail.

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    • Newhere says:

      But what if now until 2020 looks like the last 18 months? Trump’s numbers are up, maybe there’s a perception that the mud fight in itself is helpful to him. What if all we’re in for is a brawl culminating with 2020, with the implicit promise — oh, just wait until THEN. Very cynical today.

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      • buanadha says:

        There’s definitely going to be a brawl, but this time Trump gets a chance to fight. The genius of what they did was that it disrupted Trump’s agenda, damaged him and the GOP politically, AND prevented any effective defense against the charges AND prevented any investigation into the real crimes of spying on a rival campaign (among other things).

        Barr may not be someone who will ever go to the very top of this fiasco, but he had the look of someone who’s lost his patience with this situation. Something going to happen, and I think it starts relatively soon.

        Maybe projection on my part, but too many things appear to be coming together at the same time.. and the panic (flop sweat) generated by Barr’s coming can’t be faked. The Mueller report was the last chance for the other side, now it’s Trump and Barr’s game

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        • Newhere says:

          Thanks. You’ve actually swung my mood, which was in the dumps!

          Barr is a game changer. I absolutely agree. He didn’t take this job to clean up after an administrative coup and suffer the wrath of Congress. All indications so far are that he means business. Maybe not all we hope for, but not a white wash, either.

          It’s the waiting. Got to stop focusing on the waiting.

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  21. It’s time says:

    Finally someone shoved whiny little Ed Henry back. Levin was on fire last night and he was on fire this morning! I have never been more proud of Levin like I am now…

    These criminals need to bite the dust and get there asses handed to them on a silver platter. Some people claim well I’ll wait till I see the whites of their eyes before I do anything…yea well you’ll be dead. I’d rather take these SOB on before it ever gets to that point. You don’t let bully’s do what the press…the far Marxist left is trying to do or you will not survive. I can assure you of that!

    It’s not about being trigger happy it’s about what they are doing to push us into a corner. I have not been itching for this…they have. It’s time we give it back!!! Full on..

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  22. haleyd says:

    The best defense is a good offense.

    PDJT should begin a steady campaign to put the Swamp on the defensive by declassifying all critical documents in a slow, methodical way that builds to the inescapable conclusion of an attempted frame job and coup that involved the DOJ, the FBI, the State Dept. the White House and the Congress.

    This will take the attention off of the Mueller Report and put it where it really belongs – with those that attempted to undermine an election and then, once failing there, attempted to overthrow a duly elected President.

    Whining about the Muller Report is just giving it more publicity and playing their game.

    Turn the tables – now.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      You know, part of the swamp frenzy may be because since Trump has been cleared of collusion, and they couldn’t prove obstruction, they may be terrified he will go after Hilary, and even Obama, with a vengeance. Think Samson bringing down the walls.

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  23. Newhere says:

    I try not to express too much frustration here at CTH, because it’s not constructive and people don’t appreciate it.

    I’m really seized today by the weight of the question, WHEN? When will Trump marshal the truth and go on offense?

    The drip, drip, drip is caught by all of us, and serves as a reminder that a few people, including the President, know exactly what’s going on here. But the drips have a reach-barrier — we delude ourselves if we think the scattering of real reporting and dribble of revelations are priming the public for the truth. There’s some value there but it’s limited, and we’ve well past diminishing returns. I see why it may have been necessary to let Mueller go to the end. But it’s done. So, WHEN?

    I reach a point where the only thing to do is tune out and wait. Otherwise the anger and frustration take over.

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    • Bonitabaycane says:

      Newhere: How angry and frustrated do you think POTUS is over this attempted coup?

      IMO he has begun to show us, now that the shackles of the Witch Hunt have been removed, and has begun to counterpunch.

      Enjoy the price that the treasonous bastages are going to pay.

      Trust Trump!

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  24. Carson Napier says:

    I sometimes wonder if Mueller, Weissmann and Rosenstein are aware of just how nazi like they are. It is certainly very apparent to me and has been for quite some time.

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  25. Streak 264 says:

    I have had it with those dam whiny dems!
    I would go to hell for what I would do if I were the president. But you all would have a peaceful life when I am gone.
    There is no other way to stop this than by using deadly force! NONE!

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  26. The most effective strategy against this will be indictments, charges, trials and jail for those members of the Mueller team who have broken the law. That will destroy the narrative the Democrats are hoping to build.

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    • concerned3 says:

      So want to get the President off the hot seat. Prosecute, the first five today! If the DOJ can not find evidence then they are not looking.

      Andrew Weissman should be first on the target list, because he received a copy of the Dossier, before the SC started. And, RR used the Dossier as part of the scope plan for Mueller’s SC. They all knew it was false. So number two and three should be Mueller and RR. Followed by Ryan and Lynch.

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  27. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    There are times, like this, that I absolutely love Mark Levin.

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  28. MAGADJT says:

    Who cares if it’s not over. At this point, the die is cast in the minds of the public as to no collusion and no obstruction. The more the dems push this, the more they will hurt their chances in 2020. People are over it and want it to go away.

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    • concerned3 says:

      The people behind the coup must be prosecuted otherwise you will be enjoying a re-run.

      Liked by 6 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      There are still millions of resisters who resister forever. They have dug their heels in and don’t care. Angry people. They don’t care if they ruin the country. Resist they will and we must no be complacent or we will lose the Senate, the Presidency just like we lost the House.

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      • MAGADJT says:

        If they are resisters, they will never vote for POTUS so they aren’t even a consideration in the equation. If the dems keep pushing this BS, it will drive people who are open to voting for POTUS to our side faster.

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  29. I won't back down says:

    McGahn may have saved the presidency but his name should forever be a hiss and a by word in American jurisprudence.

    ***Especially if this was all by his design***

    I have an idea, let’s force everyone who gets accused of a crime to “allow” their defense attorney to get interviewed and quote their “ranting” done against the “corrupt” prosecutors, then take that evidence into court. Our conviction rates will skyrocket

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  30. Troublemaker10 says:

    Paraphrasing Trey Gowdy’s recent interview…..

    The president defended himself against a false accusation, then is accused of obstruction for “thought crimes”.

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  31. Darren says:

    The best way out is to lock up the small group ASAP. Sadly the DoJ is broken and needs to be fixed first…

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  32. Sentient says:

    “The collective ‘left’ want to run the impeachment hearing through the media, not the actual House of Representatives. Then they want the “impeachment vote” to take place at the polls in 2020.
    This is a plan that is still rolling out.”

    Thanks to Sundance for that thoughtful analysis and for keeping us on track. You can never relax around leftist bastards.

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  33. Tiffthis says:

    So we are just gonna deal with obstruction through 2020? I hope the AG stops this right now. He ruled on obstruction and no one should be allowed to investigate a closed investigation 💯

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  34. fred5678 says:

    Mark was teed up!!! And with good reason!!

    I was afraid that he might have an MI while his BP was going through the roof!! Stay well, Mark!!

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  35. concerned3 says:

    I wonder why Volume II, “Obstruction” was even allowed out by Barr? Clearly, it’s a propaganda piece, intended to help the socialist.

    Even Volume I makes false claims, such as the DNC hacking by Russia. What is the point in leaving these lies unaddressed?

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    • Uncle Max says:

      My guess, Weissman, et al, were counting on heavy redactions in part II…. that way the Donks would demand access… and then in hearings drip out the details. They never thought it would all be published as it was. No redactions to uncover and leak.

      I would have preferred Barr to publicly denounce the report as obvious work of partisan hacks. Make it clear that this report, as turned in, was absolutely pathetic and thread bare. Also, any attorney who worked on it should be disbarred from Federal Courts for the next 20 years.

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  36. Scooger says:

    senate judiciary should subpoena lil Andrew seditionist – and simultaneously FISA warrant on the lil rat

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  37. Uncle Max says:

    They are holding off on impeachment until Ruth signals she’s done. Then, impeachment hearings will immediately commence so the press and all the useful Romney’s can say, it would be really inappropriate for Trump to even consider appointing a replacement. No way! They will then drag it out until the 2020 election and into 2021. This is ALL about the Supreme Court at this point.

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    • GB Bari says:

      That’s highly plausible. In all of this I’d forgotten about Ruth Buzzy Ginsberg. And stupid McConnell stated he wouldn’t take up a SCOTUS Justice appointment in an election year, just to placate DemocRATs.

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  38. ristvan says:

    Lurking Lawyer here. I spent some quality time today researching A2§4, impeachment. Bottom line is that Levin is passionate but constitutionally wrong. And there is a looming dustup between Nadler and Pelosi. So a longish comment with much food for thought.

    The A2§4 impeachment grounds are:
    1. Treason (Itself defined in the constitution by A3§3.1). Not applicable.
    2. Bribery ( as defined by common law and generally well understood. Not applicable.
    3. High crimes and misdemeanors. The phrase goes back to English law in 1386. High just means the higher standard to which public officials should be held give the responsibilities they are entrusted with. ‘Crimes and misdemeanors’ does NOT mean literally, although may be included.

    The Constitutional convention is enlightening. The original wording was treason, bribery, and corruption. Corruption was dropped in favor of maladministration because redundant to bribery. Maladministration was dropped in favor of ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ because too vague, enabling political shenanigans. Where HCM had a long well established meaning.

    Hamilton explained ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ in Federalist paper #65, as (paraphrasing longer more subtle wording) demonstrably unfit for office. And indeed the first early 1800s impeachment/conviction was of a New Hampshire federal judge for drunkenness on the bench, which is literally neither a crime nor a misdemeanor but certainly demonstrably unfit. So Levin’s ‘prosecutor’ approach to volume 2 obstruction is simply wrong constitutionally.

    The Nadler/Pelosi split is more subtle. Nadler wants to write actual articles of impeachment, Pelosi wants to win in 2020 (impeach figuratively in the press/campaign, not literally). She knows literally might cause a major election loss.

    There have only been three presidential impeachments.
    Jackson in 1867 for violating the official Tenure act in what actually a violent disagreement about reconstruction; history has NOT looked kindly on it. It Is closest to PDJT where the violent disagreement is over illegal immigration and things like PDJT invoking a national emergency ‘to circumvent Congressional appropriation process’. The Tlaib impeachment resolution and Maxine Waters. But that route has two fatal flaws despite the legal challenges Dems are mounting. 1. Everything PDJT has done is by the book previously written by Congress, unlike Jackson. 2. Overtly political (Tlaib, AOC, Waters are proof), hence Pelosi election concerns.

    Nixon for perjury and obstruction. He would have been convicted so resigned.

    Clinton for perjury and obstruction concerning Lewinsky. Impeached but not convicted.

    Nadler ‘traditional’ obstruction path (since PDJT avoided Mueller’s perjury trap) has two big problems despite Mueller volume 2. Barr said it wasnt obstruction because there was no collusion so no possible improper intent. Public gets that. And, by the time Nadler gets rolling (if he does because his subpoena is unlawful and will be quashed), the BIG UGLY will have publicly arrived as Barr has as much as promised.

    So the ‘popcorn’ question is whether Pelosi or Nadler ‘wins’. Dunno. Nadler is dumb enough and TDS enough to defy her and try literally despite no real grounds. And he has for sure Tlaib, AOC, and Waters egging him on.

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    • Iwasthere says:

      Nixon was never impeached.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Barnestormer says:

      Just to clarify, Nixon was not impeached, inevitable as that and his Senate conviction might have been. Rodino’s judiciary committee did pass a resolution comprising articles of impeachment, but Nixon resigned prior to a floor vote in the House, functionally mooting the issue.

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    • Bonitabaycane says:

      The Democrat Party has long abandoned the law and the Constitution.

      Impeachment is purely political and those that hate POTUS will happily utilize it IMO.

      IMO no one is more aware of the danger of impeachment than Pelosi, who was in Congress when Clinton, due to impeachment, saw his popularity increase and Republicans receive a political backlash.

      The real political tension IMO will be whether Democrat leadership fear epic losses in the 2020 election or fear more from possible primary impeachment supporting candidates who may be further to the Left than the incumbent.

      Given the psychosis in the Democrat Party, nothing convinces that they will abandon impeachment and their own political suicide.

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      • GB Bari says:

        The Democrat Party has long abandoned the law and the Constitution.

        They certainly have been skating on the edges and getting away with inarguably far more than Republicans have EVER been “allowed” by the DemocRATs/ Media/ Leftwing Establishment.

        That said, this particular scandal is at the top of EVERYONE ‘s political attention and even Pelosi and Schumer realize they’ll have to have solid legal grounds to impeach the President. Too many prominent conservative and alternative media journalists, legal experts, and respected opinion writers are on the public record, repeatedly exposing the lies and deceit of the coup plotters and the media’s complicity in perpetuating those falsehoods.

        Considering the results of the IPSOS Reuters poll (despite legitimate doubt about its accuracy), Pelosi’s scheme has a better chance than does Nadler’s, IMO.

        Unless McConnell and the Uniparty NeverTrumpers join the DemocRATs to ignore law, politically impeach and find a way to convict the President of some concocted crime. But I do not honestly see this happening.

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    • gueppebarre says:

      That’s Johnson in 1867, not Jackson…

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  39. I got a perverse pleasure watching Rosenstein suffer at the presser.

    I wonder if Barr will announce Rat’s plea deal. Rosenstein’s real time TV demeanor most surreal since Ruby shot Oswald.
    Rosenstein was a key witness to the obstruction count. How could not this be a conflict of interest?
    AG ethics section sad it wasn’t!

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  40. Iwasthere says:

    I wonder if Biden is going to survive the spy gate revelations? Also poor corrupt hunter Biden is going to be front and center. Plus the Ukrainians are spilling the beans on hunter and joe. How joe, how could you do this to your family. Lol.

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  41. rayvandune says:

    After two years of digging by the nastiest of prosecutors, and daily accusation of treason in the media, when the President is found innocent of all charges, there is no expression of shame, regret or contrition from his accusers… NOT AN OUNCE. Their immediate shift to a new set of accusations is proof of their own treasonous intent! Their protestations of their actions being justifiable precautions are belied by their scurrilous actions today. They are the traitors, and they must now be shown the same amount of mercifulness they gave to the innocent man they falsely accused… NOT AN OUNCE!

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  42. Git-R-Done says:

    By not invoking Executive Privilege and redacting personal conversations/statements the President gave his enemies (including Mitt Romney) the ammunition they are now using against him. Executive privilege exists for this very purpose so why didn’t the President and his genius lawyers use it?

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      Because PDT knows exactly what he is doing.

      Liked by 1 person

    • iswhatitis says:

      Git-R-Done says: “By not invoking Executive Privilege and redacting personal conversations/statements the President gave his enemies (including Mitt Romney) the ammunition they are now using against him. Executive privilege exists for this very purpose so why didn’t the President and his genius lawyers use it?

      Nonsense.

      And… rhetorical.

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    • I think he should have used it. Can’t understand why not. Nothing to gain from letting it all out there…just fueled the flames as Mueller intended.

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  43. Austin Holdout says:

    Would love to have been a fly on the wall for the “Come to Jesus” meeting where the head hoaxer had to decide Trump wasn’t going to step on the obstruction trap and they’d have to fall back on the current scheme. Who wants to bet it happened within a week after Barr took office?

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  44. Grant says:

    This is why they shouldn’t released the full Mueller report. Because the liberal media, democRATS and RINOs they just want to make things up in case half of the Americans didn’t read the full report. Sad and disgusting! 😦 I hope the other half just read the entire report and understand it.

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  45. alliwantissometruth says:

    That’s exactly what they intend to do, drag it out until the election when the dems and the media will go into overdrive with their “criminal / obstruction” BS

    There better be lot’s of criminal indictments coming down the pike. Lot’s of exposure and massive amounts of heat put on all the scumbags

    If we ever get to the point where the truth regarding all their corruption and criminal acts is laid out in the courts, the last thing on their minds will be impeachment

    Hell, the last thing on their minds will be the election if all the American people are aware of the truth. They’ll be too busy trying to save their pathetic hides

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  46. Sunshine says:

    A couple of points:
    1. Byron York tweets that Flynn was being spied on BEFORE the phone call to the Russians.
    2. Nick Short tweeted that you cannot obstruct a counterintelligence investigation, which is what the Mueller witch hunt was. That in itself is a violation of the special counsel statute, isn’t it?
    Interesting stuff.

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  47. stats guy says:

    I see where Mittens is on the Orange Man Bad train…

    I haven’t heard Mitch squeak at all…of course he is busy with his new proposal about raising the smoking age to 21.

    People like this is why we can’t have nice things.

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  48. Austin Holdout says:

    No one could get lulled listening to Levin. He’s a spitfire and it was a joy to watch him shut down the manny pamby pearl clutches on his own newtwork.

    Liked by 3 people

    • mikeyboo says:

      I usually don’t like it when Levin rants because the ranting overwhelms what are often good points. BUT this time, I was actually glad to hear him vent righteous anger on behalf of our patriot President.

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  49. Kent says:

    What is the excuse today for failing to declassify all the documents? Is the plan now to declassify after the next election is lost like the 2018 election? Democrats play offense. Republicans, including the current leader, apparently play possum.

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  50. CNN_sucks says:

    I read PapaD’s book. When did we criminalize ambition? That boy is innocent. Where does he go to get his reputation back? The least Barr can do is to arrest Comey, Clapper, Brennan, Storzk and McCabe. Then I think we are even.

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    • Donzo says:

      That is a start. Nothing more.

      Liked by 7 people

    • flatlandgoober says:

      Not close to even. This thing was cooked up by the Obama/Hillary cabal. They must be held personally responsible. This is deep, organized crime embedded in the United States Government.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Yy4u says:

      I read Papa’s book too. Because of Sundance i already knew the events…PapaD filled in rhe details Sundance couldn’t know … like how the FBI agents put the squeeze on PapaD…his time in the jail…for whom he worked in London before joining the Trump campaign….a very peculiar outfit. They are the ones who took him to meet Misfud.

      PapaD was set up. He denies telljng Downer what Misfud told him. Unless Doener was wearing a wire to meet someone for drinks it is a he said, she said.

      Great book. I advise everyone read it. PapaD could use the money. The Deep State destroyed his reputation just because he worked for Trump. Same with Flynn

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      • Maquis says:

        I listened to a couple hour interview of him that a Treeper posted yesterday and I was very impressed. What struck me, and I haven’t heard it noted yet, is that Mueller tried to force Papadopoulos to tell them whom in the campaign he told Mifsud’s email whisperings, in order to create the appearance of a collusion crime. Mueller was fully briefed on all the entrapment efforts and sought to capitalize on them. That’s why they charged him, to punish him for foiling them.

        The young man is a bit of a hero, actually. He also facilitated the first meeting with El-Sisi, which I deem a great accomplishment.

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      • Doug says:

        I’ve got 2 signed copies of PapaDs book, bought em preorder
        I NEVER believed the FBI story, now I KNOW it’s bull$hit

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    • DB says:

      Same for General Mike Flynn – a patriot whose life was ruined by traitors. I hope POTUS pardons him, and reinstates him as NSA.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Maquis says:

        I’d like to see Flynn and Rodgers leading a Presidential Commision on Derp State Corruption, charged to root out the Coup Conspirators, high to low, every one, including the MSM.

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    • You left out quite a few names to get to “even.” How about 0bama? How about the woman behind the throne, who actually called the shots, Jarrett? How about the Clintons? How about the Ohrs? Yates? Rosenstein? Susan Rice? Samantha Power? The author of the report itself, Weissmann? You listed 5 people. The list is at least 50, more likely 500 or even 5000. Your list isn’t even an appetizer.

      Do I believe it will happen? Hell, no. Some of those people are considered too big to fail, which is a story for another day. But if you’re going to have a wish list, go BIG. Starting the game with the idea of keeping it close up to half-time isn’t much of a goal.

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