Oddly Enough, Jake Tapper is Not Lying Here…

The video snippet below shows within 10 minutes after the 448-page Robert Mueller report was publicly released, Jake Tapper identifies two reporters, Laura Jarrett and Manu Raju, who Tapper says have “read the report.”

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It’s almost guaranteed Jake Tapper is not lying in that segment. Yes, it is impossible for two journalists to read 448 pages of the report and prepare to discuss it within minutes… but that’s not what they did.

The Mueller people who wrote that report; the same Mueller people who tipped off CNN to the raid on Roger Stone; the same Mueller people who coordinated leaks to Buzzfeed, New York Times and Washington Post; almost certainly gave copies of the full and unredacted report to their media allies well in advance of AG Barr’s formal release.

This entire operation against the Trump campaign is a coordinated effort amid government officials, politicians, political groups external to government and media allies. None of this is happenstance; all of this is well coordinated. Once you know the signs, you can spot them everywhere…

This video example with CNN is just one pixel in a political picture made from thousands of individually identifiable pixels, here’s another:

This CNN story was late-day June 14th, 2017.

What was the purpose for the story? It was a coordinated effort between The Washington Post, then CNN, and the Mueller team. They were working the obstruction angle… Read the Mueller Report… It’s all detailed in there.

The Mueller team was using the media as a willing tool to bait President Trump to react and provide “obstruction” evidence they would use in the “obstruction’ file.

Think that sounds crazy? Well, these tweets are obstruction evidence within the Mueller Report.

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313 Responses to Oddly Enough, Jake Tapper is Not Lying Here…

  1. USARose says:

    I think the question should be hammered constantly – When did Mueller know there was no Russian collusion? Besides wasting millions and trying to goad the President into committing obstruction – this cloud of investigation had to affect the midterms.

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    • The purpose of the whole “investigation”. They didn’t think impeachment would fly in the 115th Congress. They just thought they would take back both houses in the 116th. They didn’t count on the Trump Effect in the Senate campaigns. They still don’t get it. President Trump doesn’t appeal just to hard core conservatives but to working people as well.
      Compare the two sides:
      President Trump: reduce taxes to give you more of your money to spend
      Corruptocrats: give us your money, you aren’t smart enough to know how to spend it

      President Trump: reduce crippling EOs so the unemployment rates are at all time lows
      Corruptocrats: we’ll give you SNAP, welfare, Medicaid, housing to do nuffin’

      President Trump: stand up to foreign powers that threaten our way of life
      Corruptocrats: be nice and maybe they will leave us alone

      President Trump: God bless the USA
      Corruptocrats: we’re sorry if we’ve ever done anything to offend, how can we make it up

      President Trump: Make America Great Again/Keep America Great
      Corruptocrats: America’s never been that great

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      • wightmanfarm says:

        I’m not certain that the Senate wouldn’t vote to impeach.

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        • Judith says:

          The Senate will do whatever needs to be done to get rid of Trump and MAGA. Swamp rats *prefer* to do their dirty deeds under cover of darkness, but will step into the light whenever the need arises.

          A perfect example of this would be their UNanimous vote to prevent Trump from making recess appointments. Their thisclose stalling on Obamacare. Or their intentional loss of the House majority to set the stage for impeachment.

          POTUS has a bunch of posers to work with and only a handful, if any, are playing on his team.

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  2. Fake Ruby says:

    Folks, don’t let all the shiny objects and sideshows in the media divert your attention from what is most important right now about the Mueller Report.

    The game right now is the perps’ need to impeach William Barr – ostensibly over his statements “mis-characterizing” the OSC Report – but really to de-fang our last best chance at prosecution of the people and Deep State elements that attempted to subvert the will of the American people that was reflected in the presidential election of 2016.

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  3. TwoLaine says:

    Well, of course Laura Jarrett would get an early copy. Did ape momma share it with her?

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  4. Monticello says:

    Fits a pattern of criminally complicit behavior, after all isn’t the NYT sitting on an illicit copy of the dossier obtained from Wolfe? What a shit show that thing must be that they have not printed it yet.

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  5. Jenevive says:

    IF the house tried to impeach Barr does
    the same rule apply the senate would have to
    vote…Good luck with that.

    Maybe the Dems strategy is to try and smear him
    and make him want to resign to save his
    reputation?

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  6. icthematrix says:

    Yesterday on the Wilkow show, Sidney Powell said she believed this report was written almost exclusively by Andrew Weissmann. She said it has his style and signature all over it. I wonder if that snake is the source and coordinator of the leaks?

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    • L_Dave says:

      Weiss man was at Hillary’s party on election night. What a snake.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Mrs. E says:

        Yes, he was there crying! How deep is he as a true believer, to cry about it?!? He would sell his soul for the left, as is evidenced in his work that has been proven to be biased and untruthful.

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    • Weissmann is the asp in Eden. He is the ultimate apple farmer, peddling his wares all the while seeking “lawbreakers”. Weissmann IS the ultimate criminal. Lady Justice absolutely puts on the blindfold when Weissmann comes around, not because she believes justice to be blind in his world but because she cannot bear to witness the pit bull make an absolute mockery of the judicial system. Weissmann is the Hydra of the judicial system. Evil to the core. He shows a head hidden by a mask of “justice” which hides his evil methods. When this head is cut off, he simply grows another, more evil head.
      BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY. This is Weissmann’s philosophy and he made it the philosophy of the Mueller Special Counsel. Mueller was the SCINO. Brennan, McCabe, et al put the team together, not Mueller. Mueller May have been in “charge”, but Weissmann was in control. Cut the head off the Hydra but burn him so he can’t grow a replacement. Sidney is our warrior on this front!

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      • Seneca the Elder says:

        Why isn’t Weissman in solitary confinement in some Superman prison?

        Liked by 11 people

      • Mueller was hired to give credibility to the Weissmann Dossier just as Steele was hired to give credibility to the Pee Pee (Ohr) Dossier.

        Liked by 15 people

        • concerned3 says:

          Look at the facts, Solomon reportedly did not know what Steele was even doing. Steele’s real boss was in the UK. The question for me is: how many people did Steele report to?

          Weissmann got a copy of the Dossier early on but was still added to the Mueller team. Mueller was told by RR to use the Dossier as part of his scope. This group was completely corrupt.

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      • Helen Pearson Souza says:

        The sad ending to the Arthur Anderson saga is that when the dust settled and the lawsuit made it to the supreme court, these folks were awarded millions because of the corruption of Weisman. Wissman and his merry band of corruptocrats were excoriated for their acts by several judges. One demanded he be disbarred. But, guess what? They all sailed up the career ladder at Justice like shining heroes. Now years later, we are left to deal with these horrible human beings. They must be punished this time. For everyone, please read Sidney Powell’s book on this era. It is a slog sometimes, but after reading it you will see why she still appears to be so angry at our government. She’s an unsung heroine.

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        • rojobirds says:

          The sad end of the Arthur Anderson saga was the company being divided up by other CPA firms…eventhough they were found not guilty in the end. That destroyed many a career.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Worked with the sister of one. The guy had been living the good
            life, well paid job with Arthur Anderson. Had went out and bought
            a really nice home in an affluent section of coastal Maryland.

            The guy was well educated. Master’s degree in finance. 40 year
            old black guy,. two kids. Lost EVERYTHING, except his family.
            House? Gone. Cars? Gone. My co worker had just bought a new
            Nissan Pathfinder at the time. Gave her Isuzu Rodeo to her
            brother so that he’d have something better to drive then the beater
            he’d been using after Arthur Anderson closed down.

            Didn’t know who was behind all this until I started reading about
            Weissman. The man deserves to burn in hell. How anyone can
            ruin 80,000 lives and still look in the mirror is a special kind of evil.

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        • spren says:

          This is a long-standing tradition in government LE that when you commit crimes you get promoted. Look at the FBI sniper Lon Horiuci (sp). He shot and killed Randy Weaver’s son, wife, and dog, all based upon a phony setup regarding Weaver not showing up for a hearing he was never notified about regarding a shotgun with a barrel one inch too short.

          After murdering these people Horiuci wasn’t punished, he was promoted. Same thing for the people that murdered 80+ (mostly women and children) at Waco. They used a chemical banned by the Geneva Conventions (CS gas) to end the standoff. This gas causes your muscles to contract to the extent it literally causes you to bend over backwards. Women and children were found burnt and contorted because of this. No one ever was punished for this crime but were instead all promoted.

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          • Mac says:

            Please get your facts straight.
            Lon Horiuchi was an FBI sniper at Ruby Ridge, He fired two shots. One wounded Randy Weaver, who was armed as the FBI arrest team approached by vehicle. The other struck Keviin Harris, a Weaver family friend, who was also armed and running toward the door of the cabin. That round passed through Harris and struck Vicki Weaver, who was standing inside the doorway of the cabin. Weaver’s son and and dog were killed several days earlier, by Deputy Marshals, during the shootout at the Y.

            As to Waco, CS gas is a commonly used crowd control compound by US, and foreign, law enforcement agencies. It does not cause contortions, other than those caused by coughing. The reason that the burned bodies were contorted backward is because the spinal ligaments contract under intense heat. This causes the backbone to bow to the rear. This was not caused by the gas. Also, autopsies performed on the victims of the fire did not reveal smoke residue in the lungs and damage to lung tissue consistent with inhaling smoke or hot air produced by the fire. This has led most investigators to ascribe to the theory that many of the children were already dead before the effects of the fire reached them. The same was true of many of the women.

            While I agree with your statement that it is common for problem employees of the DOJ and FBI to be promoted, I have to take except to how your characterized your exampes, here.

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        • Nathan Hale says:

          Two family members, then close to retirement, were working for Enron then Arthur Anderson. They lost just about everything they had.

          There was no justice for them and I’m not expecting any now, until judgement day.

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        • Nathan Hale says:

          Two family members, then close to retirement, were working for Enron then Arthur Anderson. They lost just about everything they had.

          There was no justice for them and I’m not expecting any now, until judgement day.

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        • Nathan Hale says:

          Two family members, then close to retirement, were working for Enron then Arthur Anderson. They lost just about everything they had.

          There was no justice for them and I’m not expecting any now, until judgement day.

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      • Dixie says:

        Personally I put Weissmann and Soros in the same category…..evil sores on this country, the world and society in general.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        Luckily Barr pushed the investigation to a conclusion, vetoed Weismanns desire to indict jarod and Don Jr. on faux charges, and fired him totally from the DOJ (so he can’t run and make trouble in the SDNY). He sized all this up rather quickly.

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    • wightmanfarm says:

      As IG Horowitz would say, “no bias there”.

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    • dsquared says:

      If we stipulate that “Mueller’s Team” was in place from the start and they really picked him (as opposed to what the MSM says) it’s easy to understand that the report is meant a: a) Justify the small group illegal activities, and b) give Democrats fodder to stretch into an impeachable case. Weissman was the real leader and called all the shots.

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    • xbonesny says:

      You are correct…I heard the same broadcast. And isn’t Laura Jarrett the daughter of one Valerie Jarrett?

      Liked by 4 people

    • Jederman says:

      The destructive combination of corrupt DS, national media, surveillance and social media will either destroy this country as we knew it or bring every citizen into complete compliance. In time we will live with a Chinese style “social credit system,” the DS dream.

      Yes, the Weissmanns in this world are a drag, but they would not be where they are without the support and top cover of a corrupt national media. As the article points out the illegal relationship between gvt and the media is almost formal at this point.

      Obama went out of his way to lean on the press and go after leakers not because it was illegal but to control it for his DS purposes. We can’t eliminate gvt corruption until we break the relationship between gvt and the media. HRC and her bogus FBI investigation is a case in point. Had the media been ethical about that we wouldn’t be where we are now with mueller.

      It’s much more efficient to begin with an openly and unabashedly biased and corrupt national media that promotes ideology and one party rule at the expense of the truth (and the other half of the country). They must be held to whatever FCC standards they agreed to or face legal consequences.`

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      • concerned3 says:

        I can’t believe it. I get to quote my self again, “No process is better than the people who run it.”

        The DOJ, FBI and CIA is an organization but it’s also a process. Put enough corrupt people in it, and the process will break. They have no choice, these people must go in order to protect the process.

        Need proof, look at the FISA approval process.

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    • justanotherjorn says:

      If Tapper is correct, and Valerie Jarrett’s daughter read the report (an unredacted version of the report because it hadn’t been redacted yet), then Andrew W. and Valerie Jarrett’s daughter committed a federal crime of leaking grand jury information. That will put them away for a while….

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    • concerned3 says:

      This Tree is rotten to the core.

      So we are back to the corruption of the rank and file, again. Think these people really typed this into their computers, proof read it, or made copies. We have heard allot of talk concerning the FBI, DOJ rank and file. Little, wonder at the leaking.

      Do you think the DOJ and FBI has put the 5Eyes relationship on hold! They are just as corrupt as the FISA warrant process. Do you have any reason to believe that GCHQ does not have a copy of every leak.

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    • Luz Maria Rodriguez says:

      Weissman, the ethically challenged officer of the court whom the SCOTUS has voted down an amazing 9 to 0, probably was the author.

      Any collusion surely was between the Special Prosecutor and his team of serious Hillary donors and the corrupt MSM, not to mention collusion between Hillary and her campaign’s use of foreign agents including those dang Russians and the MSM; not to mention Hillary’s obstruction of justice by her destruction of documents under subpoena.

      DJT’s only (nonlegal) offensive is his sometime use of slightly frank and vulgar language, as if such language were foreign to Hollywood and the media. In fact, Prez T is squeaky clean.

      Gracias Mr. President!

      2020 DJT!

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  7. Aside from the totally corrupt coordination of the leak, if really done ( personally I believe they got redacted version in advance but who really knows with these snakes ?), I don’t believe the unredacted version , if that is actually circulating around media world , contains any special “ hidden treasures” , as I read somewhere there were virtually no redactions in the gossipy Part 2 volume and part 1 redactions cannot effect the outright conclusion of no collusion IMHO , but VSG and his team know his enemies and I trust VSG , no other politician/ human being even perhaps/ could have withstood this high tech targeted vendetta /coup and be able claim that he was right all along .

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Somebody on Fox did a zoom-out of the doc the other day. It’s not heavily redacted, that’s for sure. The other thing is: the whole structure, tone, and tenor of the “piece” (let’s call it a “piece” from now on; “report” is too formal, and, it seems, inappropriate in this case) speaks for itself. Right? Would seeing anything in the redacted bits really MATTER at this point? The rest of it is mostly suggestive crap anyway. Keep your redactions. A couple of people — Kim Strassel, others — have described The Piece as a political op-ed. Question: are redactions necessary for an op-ed?

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      • Yes, call it a matter!

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      • Pelayo says:

        I like calling it the Mueller Dossier (credit to Devin Nunes for that).

        Liked by 5 people

      • Mark McQueen says:

        Yes. It matters to anyone who may have been “swept up” in the surveillance, questioned, and found to be not connected in any way. There is no public interest in revealing them.

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        • mr.piddles says:

          My point is: they could have probably reworked The Piece so that there are no redacted parts at all… it would still be a Poltical Op-Ed, just without all the redactions. Apparently, they omitted a whole bunch of other very important detail, so why the Hell not? Strassel herself pointed out that nobody bothered to mention in The Piece that Veselnitskaya publicly admitted (on television) that at the time she was an Agent Of Fusion GPS. Hmph. Minor detail. So if they leave that little tidbit out, why include tidbits that nobody can see? The Piece is… shall we say… “selectively thorough”.

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          • Mark McQueen says:

            IF the report HAD to be publicized I think I’d rather have the full report (unedited as such) as written with the redactions in place. Much easier to tell what was left out.

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          • bodieisland says:

            Wasn’t she also let into the country by BO’s AG Loretta Lynch? If she’s sooooooo dangerous, then why did BO let her into the country when he KNEW Russia was diddling in the election?

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  8. Terri says:

    I hope President Trump is as tired of this crap as I know his base is. We have been waiting patiently as always, but it is time to have the truth revealed! Please let some light shine and Declassify!

    Liked by 12 people

    • waicool says:

      justice delayed is justice denied

      Liked by 4 people

      • Donzo says:

        Even the right always seems to have a rationale why justice delayed is not justice denied. Anyone can drop dead any time. The longer justice takes to shine light on truth the more damage is done to our country, our trust in institutions and those individuals who are the victims of injustice. Time is of the essence.

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  9. getfitnow says:

    This is a third-handed comment passed on.

    SEEN ON FACEBOOK: “Democrats lost an election they rigged, and now Democrats have lost an investigation they rigged.”

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  10. Dee Paul Deje says:

    “Jake Tapper Is Not Lying”. Now THAT is newsworthy.

    Liked by 16 people

  11. youme says:

    Barr had DOJ regulations and the law on his side not to release the Mueller report. So why did he?

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    • Ausonius says:

      Quite simply, because the DEMS and the Media do not subscribe to the rule of Law. And because the DEMS and the Media are dominant today culturally, he offers them what they want as a political surrender, possibly (no one can know another person’s mind completely) in the hope that the surrender will be similar to a chess move in the endgame, where the queen is sacrificed…but that sacrifice leads to a checkmate trap.

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      • dbobway says:

        “DEMS and the Media are dominant today culturally,”

        I have to disagree with this statement, Ausonius.

        The DEMS and the media are owned and complicit to a totalitarian corporate cabal that has way more money than sense.

        The culture these miscreant evil people have created is slavery. Nothing they have offered is based on the support of the majority of people. The ‘slavers’ are forcing it on us.
        That’s not culture. It’s a children’s fairy tale, warning them of the grifter offering candy or a mesmeric melody, leading them to their demise.
        It’s not about human nature, but body counts.

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        • Ausonius says:

          Thanks for the comment! I should have used my ironic spelling of “kulcher” to make the point! 🙂

          For various reasons Conservatives over the decades have ceded the schools from K-20, as well as the press and other “institutions” to the Leftists. The result is what you have summarized.

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        • Dixie says:

          The DEMS and the media are owned and complicit to a totalitarian corporate cabal that has way more money than sense

          I agree.

          The collective wisdom and intelligence shown here by Sundance and Treepers is far beyond the miscreant evil people.

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      • Judith says:

        While the ENEMEDIA chewed on their Collusion ‘nothing burger’ for two years, the Obstruction trap was waiting to be sprung. Whether that trap was in fact evaded *conveniently* remains a topic for debate within the Meuller Novella.

        In other words, it’s NOT over. Not by a long shot. So Obstruction is a new bone for the Enemedia to chew on.

        While they gnaw on that one, any action taken by POTUS in *response* to this treasonous coup, which is very much alive, will therefore be construed as -wait for it – RETALIATION.

        Those weeds are getting thicker by the minute.

        With the specter of obstruction unresolved due to the intentionally “gray” areas in the Mueller novella, the ground is now fertile to lay a *Retaliation* charge, should POTUS react in ANY way to this continued WITCH HUNT.

        BARR, being as he IS the ATTORNEY GENERAL, must therefore take it from here. But first, anybody besides POTUS, the subject of the investigation, must intervene to get certain documents into Barr’s hands.

        It is BARR’s responsibility -to We the People- to rain hell upon those who orchestrated this TREASONOUS COUP. Traitors must hang from nooses if our country is to be saved from the NEW WORLD ORDER.

        Assange (and Snowden) could therefore play a critical role. They, *not* President Trump, CAN in theory release the Kracken to get the ball rolling, and set those Deep State dominos tumbling.

        Remember, if POTUS does anything at all, Mueller has left the door open for a Retaliation charge. Without an *outside* trigger, Barr can just sit on his hands awaiting further action from POTUS, which is very dangerous territory.

        OR Barr sits on his hands awaiting the slowwww walk of FOIA documents requested by Judicial Watch or Nunes. (You know, ANYBODY can request heavily *redacted* FOIA info. Any brave souls willing to jump into the fray? If they are bombarded for documents maybe something useful could actually slip through.)

        It wasn’t an accident that Snowden, and now Assange, have found themselves in “protective” custody. They could (in theory) get these UNredacted docs on the front page of every news rag with a snap of a finger.

        Sigh. This thing is far from over.

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        • NC Patriot says:

          The obstruction HAS been resolved . Barr resolved it. No obstruction charges will be brought PERIOD. This is a DOJ Special Council.

          The rest is flack and fodder for discussion. Congress has no power to prosecute. They can impeach—-and will have to decide about that as more information on the other side starts to be revealed—-now that POTUS’ barrier has been removed.

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      • pucecatt says:

        I agree that when it comes time for full transparency Barr will use this tool of transparency again when it hurts the Dems , transparency will be his justification for outing the evil doers of this coup .

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    • The Boss says:

      Because Barr knows the document was leaked to democrats and the media long before he first appeared for his confirmation hearings, By publicly releasing the redacted copy, he put the country on an even playing field – redactions notwithstanding – and forced the lying democrat scum to demand full release of what they already illegally possess.

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      • Brian Baker says:

        It’s also the fastest way to get everything out and into the rearview mirror. Otherwise the Dems and their media allies would have perpetuated an innuendo campaign of what the Mueller report said and screamed “coverup” by the White House. That line of attack has now been neutralized.
        The Mueller investigation and subsequent report was always going to be a political hit job and now it has been bled out.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Why did the AG release the 400 page Mueller novel?
      His boss asked him to. The president had been dealing with the witch hunters’ Sword of Damocles for the past two years and it was time to make a move.

      TRUMP 2020

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      • FrankieZee says:

        I heard that Trump played golf with Rush Limbaugh yesterday. I can imagine that Rush is giving him a game plan to go after the DEMO CRAPS big time. Trump has to go on the OFFENSIVE big time like his here General Patton did in WWII.

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    • Pelayo says:

      He probably figured it would get leaked anyway and be much more damaging for people to conjecture about its contents until it got leaked.

      Wonder if Barr had the authority to say, do the report over and recommend charges or not and cut the “cant exonerate crap”.

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      • chiefworm says:

        Ugh. Once again that word comes out: Exonerate. Dems and DS twisting words. At this point the matter is either guilty or not guilty (or referred or not). One that is found guilty and then absolved of the crime is exonerated. If no crime was ever committed there cannot be an exoneration. I seriously think the Dems and DS are trying to make Orwell’s 1984 become real where “white is black”.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        Prosecutors DO NOT exonerate—–they either bring charges or they do not. They did not ! PERIOD !
        People need to be educated to that fact !

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    • Donzo says:

      Why? Because as SD said, Trump owns the downside. Getting it out there does Trump more good than harm.

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  12. Bugsdaddy says:

    Is it me or do these investigators have a piss poor work ethic? I mean two years, 40 investigators, 12 prosecutors, reportedly millions of pages of documents…… and all you can put together is 200 pages of bullshit??

    Yes I’m being sarcastic, but these dopes really need to be fired along with countless hundreds of their kindred holier than thou, over-educated knuckleheads.

    On another rant, I’m sick and tired of the “good, rank and file…etc”. I’ve had plenty of experience with these so-called “special agents”. They can’t investigate the source of a fart with only two people in the room.

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    • Steele81 says:

      But the billable hour machine was in high gear

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      Your first paragraph is why President Trump had him release it. Let everyone see the garbage those geniuses came up with. They should be embarrassed by it.

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    • beachbum31 says:

      it was leaked

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    • old deplorable owl says:

      My take is: This was dragged out as long as possible for at least two reasons – one being to constantly “leak” little drips to the slavering dogs in the media, who, as expected came barking and howling after not only PDJT, but anyone who was associated with him, especially those who could help him. Locking up a few of his allies succeeded in intimidating others into silence.
      The other goal, to my paranoid thinking, was to allow plenty of time to remove all traces of involvement in the deep state attempt to take Trump down. Weissman and Mulehead had access to any and all documents, records, files, etc. You REALLY think a bunch of them didn’t “disappear”?

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      • MassConservative says:

        There was another reason. They needed to keep the cloud of suspicion over him until after the 2018 elections. It helped them to steal the close races they needed to steal in order to take back the house.

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  13. H. Hawke says:

    What a surprise Spawn-of-Val-Jar-Laura got the report first.

    Just like Spawn-of-Val-Jar got hired at CNN last year – right out of college with no experience except for being Spawn-of-Val-Jar – and is now on camera as an analyst.

    Brenna and Val-Jar sitting in a tree
    Plotting treason thick as thieves

    Commie Brennan, Commie-Muzzie-Val-Jar, MuzzieCom Barry.

    All should be charged with TREASON!

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    • Charles James says:

      Hang them for treason. prosecute them, arrest them, blah blah blah. Folks it is not going to happen unless we as Patriots put them on the business end of pitchforks, bayonets. With the Dems shrieking for impeachment and should this come to pass, all bets are off. It will be chaos and CIVIL WAR.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      One thing scares me with them choosing her.

      Look at what happened to Rosanne. If anyone
      howls at who got to sneak a peek first, they’ll
      be howling at first in line of protected persons.

      We’re talking world class sociopaths here. They
      choose underlings like her for specific reasons.

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      • H. Hawke says:

        Well, she’s Valerie Jarrett’s daughter so there’s that.

        Spy for Barry and crew, Mommy’s living in Barry’s crib and has access to all the data.

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  14. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    These tweets are considered to be examples of obstruction? Really? I mean REALLY?
    How long, how many big time lawyers, how many fbi agents, how much money? And this is what they got?

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    • meow4me2 says:

      It’s the legal standard of “we don’t like what he said, therefore he’s guilty”. Very Queen of Hearts Justice style.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      “Like, I’m Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, aka AOC, and like, I want to talk about like, climate change, because like, there’s no doubt cow farts are making the climate change,” the girl’s rant begins. “Like, in July the climate was 96 degrees and in February the climate was 36 degrees. O.M.G. like, that’s a huge change in the climate in only four months,” the girl continues after counting the months on her fingers.

      The hilarious bit continues with the child claiming that the world is going to end in 12 years.

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  15. Kevin Jullion says:

    Devils advocate position here. Even if Tapper “mis-spoke”, the reporter had an opportunity to correct and didn’t. So the historical record is there for the world to see; they had the report before it was made public.

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    • 2rlc5 says:

      Tapper referred two times, to two separate reporte rs having the report early.
      Thats an unauthorized leak, a felony for leaker, and collusion in the felony by CNN.
      Where is the accountability?l

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  16. Ivehadit says:

    The media and the DNC and the Never-Trumpers and all the previous admin have ZERO MORAL AUTHORITY. NONE.

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  17. covfefe999 says:

    At 00:12:

    I want to go to Laura Jarrett for one second because Laura has read the report … uh … she got it before … uh … two minutes ago or whenever it was released

    Tapper actually stammers, I suppose when he realizes that he has just revealed that Laura had access to the report before it was released. And then Laura grins.

    As others pointed out, Laura is Valerie Jarrett’s daughter.

    Wow.

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  18. Ivehadit says:

    Trump Campaign Donations Soar after Mueller Report with $1 MILLION pouring in just a day after its release
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6941161/Trump-campaign-donations-soar-Mueller-report-1-MILLION-flooding-in.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ico=taboola_feed

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  19. Paul says:

    This means also that it is likely that the PR machine for the Democrats, SKDknickerbocker, with their behavioral psychologists, linguists, and professional propagandists also had a look over the past several weeks in order to shape up the talking points and strategic direction.

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  20. Robert Smith says:

    I’m shocked Jarrett has access. :O

    Liked by 7 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      In a few years Malia will join the media to pretend she’s earning a living.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Micheal Jones says:

        Kinda like Chelsea “scoop” Clinton, amirite?

        Liked by 4 people

        • chipin8511 says:

          “Like, I’m Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, aka AOC, and like, I want to talk about like, climate change, because like, there’s no doubt cow farts are making the climate change,” the girl’s rant begins. “Like, in July the climate was 96 degrees and in February the climate was 36 degrees. O.M.G. like, that’s a huge change in the climate in only four months,” the girl continues after counting the months on her fingers.

          The hilarious bit continues with the child claiming that the world is going to end in 12 years.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          When it was said in news reports she was working for McKinsey, I laughed. She became a sometime journalist on retainer to reinforce the order in world.

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  21. Tapper confirms they got the report BEFORE the release. In his own words:

    ” I want to go to Laura, ..she got before 2 minutes ago release…”

    WTF !

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  22. JohnFul says:

    Hey AG Barr, do your job and arrest the leaker.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. TwoLaine says:

    What if Bill Barr made differing coded copies available to differing parties so as to snare any leakers…?

    Liked by 1 person

  24. TheLastDemocrat says:

    ??
    At 16-21 seconds:
    “….she got it before…”

    And people were upset that Trump got to see it, his own AG’s report, a couple hours before general public release?

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  25. Lucky Kitty says:

    Helloooooo…
    DOJ, anybody in there??

    Has anyone looked at Weissman’s correspondence records??? This is not so hard to trace!

    C’mon guys!

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    • dwpender says:

      Barr needs to get EVERY communication on ANY government device by, to or concerning Weissmann, from 2016 until his infamous “I am so proud” text to Sally Yates in January, 2017. Remember, Bruce Ohr says he WAS keeping others in DOJ apprised of all his out-of-channels contacts with Steele, including who paid Steele, role of Fusion GPS, Nellie worked there, etc. He says he didn’t tell his superiors (Yates, Lynch) because no policy required him to, but he was keeping “professional prosecutors,” who would be in a position to act on the information fully informed. Who, you ask? WEISSMANN.

      For those hoping for a wrongful intent-based prosecution of some of the plotters, getting these materials may hold a key. (I suspect that after the publication of his Yates text, Wiessmann got more careful.)

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  26. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    lol watch this:

    Mueller report shows what we reported was accurate

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  27. Lactantius says:

    Color me naive, but I am fully ready to salute Attorney General William Barr as the Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus called out of retirement to come save the rule of law and restore faith in the system of justice. In the footsteps of George Washington, William Barr eschews fame and glory, but answers the call to duty as a patriot full ready to scrub politics from the application of the law.

    You are willing to believe in William Barr or you are not. He is widely known as a lawyer’s lawyer, a finder of fact, a believer in justice and dedicated to virtue.

    Rod Rosenstein stood behind William Barr’s left shoulder as William Barr delivered the Mueller Report at 9:30 am on Thursday. Barr had “glowing” words for Rod Rosenstein which were for how Rod Rosenstein has worked with William Barr since the moment Barr took the helm. Those words may well be true. William Barr did not praise Rosenstein for any other activity which took place prior to Barr’s arrival. It is false to assume that William Barr has swallowed any bait, any hook, any line or any sinker. William Barr knows exactly what he said and he meant it.

    As I looked at Rod Rosenstein’s face during the broadcast, I saw a set, dead-pan demeanor meant to “look” innocent and above the fray. This is the man who referred to wearing a wire and then insisted it was a joke. I did not see a the face of a joker. Nor was I lulled into “exonerating” him. A great deal of sloppy work at the DOJ and FBI took place under Rosenstein’s watch.

    William Barr never introduced the bearded man who stood much more comfortably than Rosenstein behind Barr’s right shoulder. That gentleman is a principle associate deputy attorney general (PADAG) from the Southern District of New York by the name of Edward O’Callaghan.

    Edward O’Callaghan as PADAG (Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General) has oversight of DOJ investigations and DOJ operations. He is the eyes and ears of Attorney General William Barr and he is Rod Rosenstein’s worst nightmare if Rod Rosenstein has reason for nightmares. O’Callaghan also serves as the eyes and ears for the next DAG (Deputy Attorney General.) The job of the PADAG is to join in the discussion of “critical” issues, give sound advice and see that the decisions of the AG and DAG are carried out. (President Donald J. Trump has nominated Jeffery Rosen as the DAG.)

    O’Callaghan is a strong Republican. Now here is the surprising news: it was Rosenstein who brought O’Callaghan to the DOJ in April of 2018. One year ago. So, now the conspiracy-oriented crowd has some tinfoil hat “evidence” that O’Callaghan is a weasel. The other side of that coin is that O’Callaghan might have been a mole. Either way, he is an extremely important player moving forward.

    Rod Rosenstein in moving on and what he leaves behind he can not control. The Intelligence Community, the FISA courts, the DOJ, the FBI and the media leaks present a pretty good parallel to the Augean Stables for Barr, the DAG and Callaghan to clean out.

    Of course politics intrudes constantly upon the actions of the DOJ and the FBI. These leaders are not naive. They also play “politics” in order to head off a crisis in the making. But that does not mean they must of will sacrifice the mission of the rule of law or the principles of justice. When partisan ideology intrudes, it can not take root unless it is permitted to grow and thrive.

    Attorney General William Barr and PADAG Edward O’Callaghan are straight arrows in terms of placing Judicial integrity and principle above political ideology. If I were an Andrew Weissmann type of flamboyant scalp taker at the DOJ, I would be very uncomfortable.

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    • dwpender says:

      I can’t fully join your optimism at this point, but I did take it as a very favorable sign that Barr had the SDNY guy with him. I have feared that the SDNY flank — Preet Bahrara- infested nest, may go rogue unless under strict control. Barr sent a clear message that he’s not letting Preet Bahrara (and/or Robert Khuzami) in absentia dictate the future course of investigations and prosecutions.

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    • LULU says:

      I agree re Barr, am glad to hear who the bearded guy was, and watched Rosenstein look absolutely petrified through most of the presser….as though at any moment, after all the kind words, Barr would turn and point a finger at him and say something accusatory…”and YOU….!!!!

      (In a perfect world.)

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  28. Canuk says:

    As CNN proudly demonstrates for all to see.. They are simply the political wing of the “Department of Justice” as noted by their logo on the wall next to the reporter.

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  29. rayvandune says:

    It is obvious that the Dirty Cop sat on the “no collusion” Dirty Secret to help the Democrats win in the 2018 election. It is also obvious the Democrats and their running dogs in the media also knew the Dirty Secret, and were prepared to hit the ground running with the “Obstruction by being angry” campaign that is in full swing.
    Too bad most Republicans sat on their thumbs and let their President be brutalized by the process, and the could not see that he would be slandered even in being found innocent!

    Liked by 2 people

    • H. Hawke says:

      Not to mention throwing Lyin’ Ryan out on his butt in early March 2018 when he announced he was retiring.

      Ryan threw the election to the demonrats by refusing to support many of the candidates. He WANTED R’s to lose the House.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Mark McQueen says:

        Going along with beachbum31’s post…A little perspective on the last Midterm.

        President. House seats. Senate seats.

        Trump. – 39. +2

        Obama. -62. -6

        Clinton. -53. -8

        GWB gained seats in 2002, post 9/11.

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    • beachbum31 says:

      dems didn’t win 18 election, they won the house. period

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  30. brenrod says:

    It’s not about the truth, it’s about whether a majority of Dems and Never Trumper’s in the house will vote to impeach Trump. I say they will because Trump is a threat to their criminal activities. Mueller’s obstruction narrative will allow the never trump or GOP to vote with the dams in the house. This will then be used by the GOP to keep trump out of the primary. It is the GOP who is Trumps enemy.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ya ruined my day…………………

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    • NC Patriot says:

      22 Republican Senators are up for re-election in 2020—-(including the turtle) Do you think they will vote to impeach when POTUS’ team will unleash the facts of what happened for all the world to see in the Senate trial to defend him?

      He has a 85-90 % approval among Republican voters. This assumes no wrong doers are indicted before that time.

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  31. VegasGuy says:

    Come on guys….let’s get real…..CNN is a large organization & clearly they assigned 448 people to read 1 page each & prepare for Broadcast. /s

    That’s their story & they are going to go down swinging on it….LOL

    Where they MIGHT get caught up is IF they mistakenly make mention of a redacted issue.

    I”ll put money down that Barr redacted something totally innocent & is sitting back waiting for that morsel to be aired by a Fake News pundit. Then he (Barr) springs into action on a full blown “Leak” investigation……

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  32. brenrod says:

    Unless they see indictments by Barr of the FBI, DOJ, and CIA criminals then I assume that Barr is in on the coup.
    Even with the no collusion conclusion the damage is done and continues to be done. The Dems and never Trumper‘s can run with the obstruction issue left behind by Mueller. The issue with White House Council McGahn and trump Will likely be the driving issue for obstruction. I believe that enough GOP will vote with the Dems in the house against Trump. The only way trump can get through is if the DOJ begins serious prosecutions of folks like McCabe, And it looks like the DOJ has dropped that ball. Without the DOJ prosecuting FISA crimes, etc. trump will be left without The necessary corroboration of his narrative which can only be corroborated by indictments and prosecutions of the criminals.

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    • thinkwell says:

      You nailed it. And forget the Russians, Mueller should be charged with interfering with the midterm elections to the benefit of the dems by continuing the collusion farce for years after he knew there was no there there. The real collusion was between Eeyore Mule-face and the dems.

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  33. brenrod says:

    If trumps DOJ, in the form of BARR, does not begin prosecutions of the deep state criminals, the only narrative will be that which takes place in impeachment proceedings in the house where GOP Traitors Will vote with the Dems to impeach Trump. Trumps narrative can only be proven by prosecutions by his DOJ. But will Barr make that happen?
    My rule of thumb is that any one who has risen to the top in the past 20 to 30 years is likely a team player and part of the establishment.

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    • Pew-Anon says:

      Which is why Trump MUST DECLASSIFY. All the criminal evidence is there. Barr will then be forced to prosecute. If Trump holds his cards in some continued attempt at “leverage”, still thinking these people can be bargained with, he may indeed encounter such a fate. I don’t think he is that stupid, though.

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  34. beachbum31 says:

    Veeland Litters guest on fox just called him a democrat ROFL

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    • LULU says:

      Good old Leland. What an insufferable twit. I still recall his covering a street shooting somewhere, collaring a young black woman who gave him an on camera “eyewitness” story on what she saw happen. Of course her versionl turned out to be a fake. Breathless Leland ended up with egg on his stupid face…

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  35. Darklich123 says:

    (((Weismann))) people need to start realizing Jews hate gentiles and America. Always have always will. Ask Henry Ford and Bobby Fischer.

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      D123: Henry Ford? Bobby Fischer? How convenient. Did you ask them before they passed away? Your red tail (with it’s tiny tatoo “IAAS” near the arrow-head-shaped tip) is showing.

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  36. concerned3 says:

    An, 5Eyes

    This entire operation against the Trump campaign is a coordinated effort amid government officials, politicians, political groups external to government and media allies. None of this is happenstance; all of this is well coordinated. Once you know the signs, you can spot them everywhere…

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  37. Your Tour Guide says:

    Worked with the sister of one. The guy had been living the good
    life, well paid job with Arthur Anderson. Had went out and bought
    a really nice home in an affluent section of coastal Maryland.

    The guy was well educated. Master’s degree in finance. 40 year
    old black guy,. two kids. Lost EVERYTHING, except his family.
    House? Gone. Cars? Gone. My co worker had just bought a new
    Nissan Pathfinder at the time. Gave her Isuzu Rodeo to her
    brother so that he’d have something better to drive then the beater
    he’d been using after Arthur Anderson closed down.

    Didn’t know who was behind all this until I started reading about
    Weissman. The man deserves to burn in hell. How anyone can
    ruin 80,000 lives and still look in the mirror is a special kind of evil.

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    • ELS says:

      Sundance, the thought occurred to me yesterday that a secondary reason for the Mueller report might be to hang the whole Russian interference around the neck of Obama like an albatross and let him go down with it. I was reading an article at dcwhispers.com (link below) regarding a CNN report that reportedly says how the Mueller report makes the Obama administration look bad given its inaction to stop Russian meddling which began, according to the Mueller report, in 2014, before President Trump announced his decision to run. I’ve also read other reports, including from John Solomon, implying that spygate is going to go right to the top and land in the lap of obama. In addition to your assessment that the purpose of the Mueller report is for the House to try the president through the media for intent to obstruct, in considering the CNN report the secondary intent may be to blame all this on Obama if the obstruction angle doesn’t work. While the links haven’t been shown yet, other than paying for the dossier, there is no way in my mind that Hillary isn’t involved to the hilt in spygate, especially as part of the reason for it is to cover up the private emails/server etc. that Hillary used with the full knowledge of Obama. As others have noted, by spying on her competition to help her win, Obama would have owned Hillary and had a third term.

      In my view, Hillary and Obama do not like each other as they represent the two main factions in the progressive/democrat party which are warring with each other for control of the party machine. Obama represents the socialist/communist wing of the party, which includes Bernie and AOC, and while he is certainly not opposed to personal enrichment, that is not his focus. He is a true marxist believer. Hillary represents, and is part of, the corporatist (or truthfully fascist if you separate out the genocide and just look at economic ideology) wing of the democrat/uniparty along with pelosi, Feinstein, McConnell, bush, Romney et al, including the owners of the MSM and chamber of commerce, all of whom view the country and world as their personal piggy bank. While spygate was run primarily by the Obama faction and the deep state, the cover up is being handled primarily by the Clinton people within the deep state such as Mueller with the help of their MSM allies. Unsurprisingly given that the focus of public and higher education now is creating good little socialists, and with the help of the media which is largely socialist, with the exception of the owners and those on the Clinton and deep state payroll, the Clinton/fascist wing of the party has been losing power with the rise of Obama and sanders and now aoc. If the Clinton faction were able to take out the president and tie spygate to Obama, they would be dominant. But even taking out the Obama faction would allow them to regain full control of the democrat party and, at least in their minds, then the country once President Trump has served two terms. Just a thought I had.

      http://dcwhispers.com/report-why-muellers-report-looks-so-bad-for-obama/#iwMQ6dm1KQ8qxhRl.97

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  38. rayvandune says:

    MY response if they some how decide to impeach Trump will be: “Well, if they mean to have a war, let it begin here!”

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  39. Mark Oakland says:

    About four hours after report released Chris Wallace said he had read the whole report.

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