House Judiciary Chairman Nadler Discusses Purpose of Robert Muller Testimony This Week…

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler and his staff (two hired from Lawfare) have been coordinating with the aligned DOJ/FBI special counsel group for several months for the upcoming appearance of Robert Mueller on Wednesday of this upcoming week.

The objective of the group’s coordinated plan has been to present a hearing that supports the original goal of the ‘small group’ effort, impeachment.  Toward that goal Mueller has been working closely with Nadler’s staff who are coordinating Mueller’s appearance.

In this interview Nadler outlines the objective of Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff and himself to frame the Mueller testimony.  However, it also appears that Nadler is generally blind to the amount of information in the public sphere which highlights the known illicit motives and foundation of the Weissmann and Mueller team.

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232 Responses to House Judiciary Chairman Nadler Discusses Purpose of Robert Muller Testimony This Week…

  1. ALEX says:

    I am pleased this is finally going forward. We’ve heard there is exculpatory evidence on PapaD and Carter Paige. We know they edited John Dowd’s own words in convo with Flynn lawyer.

    Let Mueller and this scripted dynamic go forward and I believe it will fall apart as quickly as the General Flynn trials.

    This isn’t fooling anyone at this point that doesn’t want to be.lets get them on the record again.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      Here’s the problem, it’s fooling a LOT of people. The MSM has at least half of the Country completely in the dark on ALL of this.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Well, not counting the functional illiterates who don’t vote, more than half the country doesn’t even watch the news any more. They actually prefer to be “in the dark”, as ignorance is bliss to them. Fortunately, of the other half only a crazed 25% gobble up Fake News like double cheeseburgers. Another 25% listens but doesn’t really trust them. The other 50% are enlightened conservatives who generally ignore the old-school news outlets and will vote for Donald Trump no matter what that “mainstream” media says or does in the next 15 months.

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      • Bluto Ruffian says:

        I’m not so sure about your half. I think the ‘informed’ part is MUCH bigger than half.
        To SUNDANCE: please post the CTS site statistics prominently (like Drudge) to show how much traffic we at the Treehouse REALLY get.
        Thanks for allowing me as a member. I am truly humbled by your intuition in the matters discussed here.

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    • SWOhio says:

      I certainly hope Mueller lies to Congress. He better be very, very careful that what he says isn’t completely opposite to what he said or wrote before.

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  2. Jenevive says:

    What I don;t get is Mueller can;t make up info ,he has to go with what
    is in his report..which is already in the public domain so how can they now
    say it is high crimes and misdemenors when The President wasn;t charged
    with any crimes.. And we know what is in the report?

    I wonder what info will come up to cause this hearing to be cancelled.
    Maybe some Epstein names are dropped before then?
    A judge ordered info to be released…Mon or Tuesday would
    be a good time to release it…

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    • Newt Love says:

      But in the second session (after the Mueller Kabuki Theater opening act) noted attack dog Andy Weissman will be under oath in the “closed” room. The (R)s are going to grill that serial prosecutor and traitor!

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  3. mugzey302 says:

    Mueller is just going to drop innuendo that they will use to justify their own witch hunt investigations. Burning up OUR tax $ in the process. 😖

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    • Lester Smith says:

      It will go like this you see I have a piece of paper it’s white the side I can see. . The other side might be white or some other color. Mueller we could not find trump guilty but we couldn’t find him in innocent really dumb A the paper is white OK tool.

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      • mugzey302 says:

        He’s an offensive jackass, but not quite as bad as Strzok with his Jack Nicholson crazy look from “The Shining” and his Trump supporter smell comment. Mueller just looks smarmy and officious at the same time.

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    • Newt Love says:

      Mueller’s responses will be a cross between the I Ching Book of Changes, and Q posts from Internetia Obscura. The words will be vague enough to support any interpretation.

      After decades of Mueller being a manager and not a prosecutor, it will be fun to see him squirm on the witness stand.

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  4. dwpender says:

    I will not watch this hearing live, but my fervent hope is that somewhere in the midst of all the “instructions not to answer,” an until then obscure lawyer interjects: “I am from Mr. Durham’s team and I instruct him not to answer because the subject matter is under active criminal investigation.”

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  5. thedoc00 says:

    Consider Mueller’s testimony the equivalent of a prosecutor conducting a Grand Jury hearing. It will be conducted using the same “rules” of engagement, which means there is no defense allowed or even considered and the jury (the MSM and Democrat Members of the House) will declare there is enough evidence to actually “indict” (House vote to Impeach) and then try before the Senate.

    This is an overlooked strategy, which somewhat actually aligns with the impeachment process described in the constitution.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Folks need to understand, there are NO rules of evidence during the House Part of the Impeachment vote. Remember the old saying, “any prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich given the right Grand Jury”.

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  6. Jederman says:

    “…However, it also appears that Nadler is generally blind to the amount of information in the public sphere…”

    Nadler’s blindness is already baked into the MSM narrative plan.

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  7. Kleen says:

    Well, if all docs Sundance already listed were to be declassified this circus would have to end.

    The fact that this circus is still going on, it’s clearly intentional.
    Either Barr wants things to play out this way to catch these people on more lies or he helping them.

    Its either intentional to destroy them or to help them.

    I don’t see how this is good for our country. The world is watching.

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    • Jackson Furst says:

      I disagree. The world is NOT watching — they have way more important things to do. This is a circus and it’s gotten pathetically boring and redundant

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    • thedoc00 says:

      I agree whole heartedly with your last sentence. The impeachment of Bill Clinton caused allot of damage to the nation, served as the model for assault against President Trump and destroyed last shreds of the real Republican Party. Gingrich totally misread the mood of the nation, congress and media when he attempted to orchestrate his debacle.

      Note: I don’t give a rat how guilty Billy boy may have been in your mind. The fact remains, Newt and the SC used totally unrelated “zipper crimes” apart from the White Water issue the SC was convened to investigate.

      This time it will be worse because the MSM, many voters and allot of Congress actually want President Trump 100% gone…180 degrees out from the Clinton debacle. in this case it may even strengthen the democrat party’s fascist movement.

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      • jessetmims says:

        I see no possibility of a Congress with a 28% approval rating successfully impeaching a president with 50% approval. In my opinion, it would be suicide for Congress to seriously consider impeachment proceedings against President Trump…

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        • thedoc00 says:

          All the approval rating manse is that the President has the support of 40-50% of voters vs 50-60% of voters not being so favorable, 100% of the MSM not being favorable at all, 60+% of the House voting to impeach and the Senate is a toss up.

          The 28% rating has meant zero for the past 24 years, so that point is useless.

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      • SWOhio says:

        Who do you believe forced Clinton to lie under oath? That is what he was charged with, surely you know that.

        The nation somehow managed to survive this so-called (by you) debacle, and SLick Willy went on to become entries in Epstein’s little black book, which will certainly be interesting to read about.

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      • stakan says:

        It wasn’t supposed to be about “only” a blue dress. As I recall there were actual serious issues like selling secrets to China & others, that were swept under the rug in favor of sensationalist but weak cigar arguments.

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    • Bob Wilke says:

      I wishful thought. What if President Trump declassifies all sealed files just before Mueller appears? Would that not knock the wind out of Nutty Nadler’s sails?

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  8. Jackson Furst says:

    I am so sick of this whole thing. They could discover that Trump colluded with Russia AND obstructed justice and I would STILL back President Trump. I hate all liberals and their crazy agenda

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  9. Bubby says:

    My guess is Nadler, Mueller and Lawfare have been in contact with the msm i.e. the New York Times on how to frame Mueller’s testimony elicited by Democrats towards “high crimes and misdemeanors “ and to ignore or ridicule any questions from and responses to Republicans. To me the article(s) have already been written and circulated for reviews and approvals. Hope it all backfires! Godspeed President Trump!

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  10. TwoLaine says:

    Lies/Propaganda, they all fall so easily off his lips.

    #SendHimBack

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  11. mtg50 says:

    If Mueller does testify I believe it will go well for the Republicans. The whole Trump-Russia collusion is such an obvious farce. Its foundation was the laughable Steele dossier and the “hack” of the Podesta emails. Numerous questions around just these two issues along with Mueller’s knowledge going into the investigation and his conduct of the investigation.can make Mueller look either incompetent or complicit with the attempted coup. Some Republicans are very knowledgeable on all of this and are good interrogators. I look forward to Wednesday..

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Mueller will make zero definitive statements. It will all be hypotheticals and conjecture, which gives no grounds for any perjury claims. Then he can always fall back on either; can’t answer that one due on-going action or “your REPUBLICAN appointed DAG to me to do it”.

      As stated above, this is a Grand Jury type hearing; whereby a prosecutor will indict the ham sandwich.

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      • starfcker says:

        Strange, watching this it doesn’t seem like our side has anything to lose here. Yet our top people get to have at it with Mueller. And Nadler is setting that up. I can’t see how that goes well for them. We’re not talking Trey Gowdy here, we have guys that seem to want to get to the bottom of this

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        • thedoc00 says:

          I agree, they may score allot of points with their cross examination but when has scoring points at Grand Jury hearing ever prevented an indictment. The only hope is that those “moderate” democrat congressional members are swayed and willing to bet their futures on doing the right thing. That act of bravery may be what is needed to actually bring the legislature back to doing the people’s business.

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      • SWOhio says:

        Mueller will tred very carefully to avoid being caught in a LIE to Congress. If he doesn’t he is a fool.

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  12. TwoLaine says:

    I will be doing something else when this clusterxxxx takes place. No ratings from me on this or the DIM Clown Show Debates.

    Both will go down in flames, just like the resolution last week, 300+ to 95, or something like that. Not that important. It was just another BIGLY FAIL.

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  13. F**ing liar Nadler i hope That he get another hard attack and at This Time not be able To Talk and stay in Bed forever,he make me sick,

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  14. I’m not going to watch this video; I feel like it would be toxic for me to do that. Nor will I watch any of the Mueller testimony. These are very sick people who have poisoned the minds of over half the population in this country…well, to be fair the media did that. The media is so done…how can anyone watch them and believe anything they say or ask.

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    • JC says:

      I was foolish enough to try to listen, littleflower, and only made it about 90 seconds into it. What a pompous, evil, lying little gnome… and that’s just Wallace. Nadler defies description. The best I can do is SD’s “he’s a lying liar who lies.” By the way, Nadler’s skin color is terrible; he is not well.

      Nadler reminds me of those bottom-heavy inflatable clowns used for punching practice. I expect that to hold true on Wednesday; he will deflate and be unable to rebound.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Chip Doctor says:

      There will be no Mueller testimony.

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  15. Koot Katmando says:

    Mueller is obviously in league with the Ds and they have it planned out. One can only hope that Barr is really a good guy and will take Mueller out. Mueller was part of the coup and should be hung with Rosy.

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  16. amwick says:

    I would like to know how much time he colluded with Nadler and staff to prepare for this puppy shoe.

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  17. islandpalmtrees says:

    Will Jerry Nadler, be the first member of the House to immigrate to a foreign country? Guess, we will know on the 24th.

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  18. noswamp says:

    Remember folks, this is all politics. Common sense is not what Nadler cares about. He just wants to damage Trump politically so that people run away from him.

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  19. The Gipper Lives says:

    If Shabby Nadler can have Sebastian Gorka deported as a Nazi sympathizer (which he is not), why can’t Rep. Ilhan Said be removed as an Islamo-Nazi sympathizer (which she unquestionably is!)?

    “Emigrants…coming here, are not to expect favors from the governments. …They come to a life of independence, but to a life of labor—and, if they cannot accommodate themselves to the character, moral, political, and physical, of this country, with all its compensating balances of good and evil, the Atlantic is always open to them, to return to the land of their nativity and their fathers.”–John Quincy Adams

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  20. Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

    So to prove a point I made earlier, it’s infuriating Wallace allows Nadler to control the false narrative, not one interruption.

    Cut to Stephen Miller…. mercilessly grilled with multiple selective sound bites.

    Grrrrrrr

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  21. Ben D says:

    It seems to me that Fox media technical staff could not possibly have been unaware of the two rectangular reflecting blue lights often matching the pupils of Nadler’s eye pupils???.

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  22. dallasdan says:

    “House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler and his staff (two hired from Lawfare) have been coordinating with the aligned DOJ/FBI special counsel group for several months for the upcoming appearance of Robert Mueller on Wednesday of this upcoming week.”

    The Dems’ effort to salvage Mueller’s fiasco with continued involvement of the “aligned DOJ/FBI special counsel group” that ultimately reports to Barr and clearly has his support in cooperating with Nadler. I think SD’s use of the word “aligned” was carefully chosen.

    Barr has said, “It’s over” regarding the Mueller charade, but it clearly is not if Mueller testifies. SD appears to be increasingly willing to mention Barr’s lack of zeal in burying Mueller’s failed effort to topple the President. JMO

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      I agree, in that Barr must be giving his tacit approval by permitting Mueller to be manipulated not once but a second time. I don’t believe that we should underestimate the impact of age on Mueller. Simply put, Mueller may brake, if put under enough pressure.

      Definition of tacit
      1 : expressed or carried on without words or speech
      the blush was a tacit answer
      — Bram Stoker
      2 : implied or indicated (as by an act or by silence) but not actually expressed
      tacit consent
      tacit admission of guilt

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        We have a saying in serbian for a person that is evil and crooked “da Bog da crko” Translates May God make him croak. I know it does not sound the same when translated, but it has a good meaning and is not used unless it relates to someone trying knowingly to hurt an innocent party or person. God Bless PDJT.

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  23. namberak says:

    I still have my chips on “doesn’t testify” and I’m not moving them.

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      I agree, in that it would be, a high risk to let Mueller testify, even if reading from a script. I guess, I am expecting Jerry Nadler and the other signers of the Memorandum Of Understanding(MOU) to claim anything, as an impeachable offense.d,

      MOU = an illegal act, if revealed, that would likely end in the prosecution of all. So keep your mouth shut.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Can’t disagree on that bet. Can’t shake a feeling that is some sort of test, hoping the President has AG Barr stop the testimony, thereby allowing the Democrats and MSM to move out on the Obstruction trail.

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  24. The dude/chick/eunuch lied repeatedly in his opening statement. Is there no accountability in America anymore? And within that same statement he called the President a liar. When will the scales of justice tip in our favor and all these miscreants be sentenced to hard labor… and if they cannot or will not perform it, threaten to have their spouses, children, grandchildren prosecuted for the same crimes resulting in the same punishments.
    The only way to make them implode is to hold them accountable to the same standards they set.

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  25. bkrg2 says:

    ****** WARNING **********
    This video is of Chris Wallace interviewing Nadler.

    I was already wearing a welding helmet to reduce the exposure from Nadler.
    However, I clicked on the video and my eyes & ears melted from the little Chrissy.
    Thank god I was able to close the video after about 3 seconds of exposure. Took a silkwood shower, antibotics, and a breathing treatment – so hoping to be ok…

    Please Sundance – provide a warning when its the pompuss windbag Wallace.

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  26. islandpalmtrees says:

    Why doesn’t Barr force the release of the Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff and Nadler MOU? He can declassify anything, right?

    Memorandum Of Understanding(MOU)

    MOU = an illegal act, if revealed, that would likely end in the prosecution of all. So keep your mouth shut.

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  27. jinghis says:

    Nadler stated at 4:20 that the Russian dossier was not the Predicate for the Trump Investigation.
    If he isn’t lying, what could the predicate for the Trump investigation be? The CrowdStrike memo?

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  28. visage13 says:

    Nadler is nothing but a bitter old man. The report said no collusion ( he says it says collusion) if there was no collusion there is no obstruction, you can’t obstruct when there is no crime. Yep bitter old man. I suspect Mueller will give the Democrats what they want because they are blackmailing him with info they obtained illegally from the database that exists will all of our secrets.

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  29. gsonFIT says:

    What else is on the dems 2020 presidential platform? All they have is “orangeman bad”. By controlling the classified document release Barr is controlling the dems 2020 platform. Barr was quick at the beginning and ended the charade. He is now pacing himself. Timing is part of his leverage.

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  30. islandpalmtrees says:

    Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff and Nadler be responsible for last straw?

    According to a Pew poll (left leaning), as reported in the Washington Examiner (pro-GOPe):

    “After a week that saw President Trump and his foes toss toxic words at each other, there is now a warning that the next phase could be ‘violence.’ Nearly 8 of 10 Americans told the Pew Research Center that supporters for both sides could ‘act’ on the politically charged rhetoric with violence. It was higher for Democrats, 91%, than Republicans, 61%. And they want politicians to cool it.”

    Could it be that Democrats are beginning to sense the extent to which their sustained, “toxic” and “politically-charged rhetoric” has so far exceeded the limits of civility, reason, and history that a serious push-back is coming?

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  31. The Democrats will one day rue the day that they started making million-dollar payments to a group of rogue attorneys who called themselves, “Lawfare.” None of these politicians yet seem to understand that they were simply telling their clients what they wanted to hear: that “collusion” really is a crime (except when the Clintons do it …), and that “obstruction” can be reduced to the latter half of a single sentence in the United States Code, conveniently reduced to the idea that you can “convict” someone of obstruction if you think that they might object to something that you are just thinking about actually doing.

    Never mind that a one William Barr, then a private citizen, wrote a very long legal memorandum on the subject. Never mind that he then officially dismissed these ideas when Attorney General, saying “these are not the standards we use in the Department.” Never mind that Donald Trump faces no Federal charges whatsoever, present or future. “Just never mind!”

    Legal scholars are already writing about this legal nonsense, and judges are well on their way to dismissing charges that have been made. The Russian companies actually showed up(!) in US Courts in order to demand – and receive – a trial by jury challenging what Mueller said about them. But to the radical Democrats, “just never mind!” Her Majesty ordered us to get rid of this President, and that’s what they still intend somehow to do.

    Somehow … “Just never mind!”

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  32. HA says:

    Maybe I’m getting complacent, but I think the Democrat desire to impeach Trump is a dead parrot.

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  33. Barnestormer says:

    I believe Nadler’s objective is fairly simple: to establish the basis for a perpetual obstruction probe, which the reliably complicit media can amplify with periodic injections of “suspicious activity” throughout the election cycle.

    Here’s the potential obstruction case I expect that Lawfare planted with Nadler :

    1. A recitation by Mueller of the report’s section on PDJT’s possible obstructive acts;
    2. Disagreement by Mueller with the Barr/Rosenstein legal conclusion re the statutory elements of obstruction;
    3. Excuses for Mueller’s lack of a positive finding of obstruction;
    a. PDJT’s refusal of interview precluded prosecutable establishment of intent;
    b. Barr’s appointment as AG created hostile DoJ; encouraged premature termination of probe;
    c. DoJ policy on non-indictment of sitting presidents;
    4. Standard of proof comparison: criminal indictment vs. impeachment (expect a re-hash of the Nixon Articles);
    5. “Confession” by Mueller that insufficiency of indictable evidence in no way implies immunity from impeachment.
    6. Aaaand (Nadler in summation), the obstruction continues:
    a.PDJT’s blanket subpoena-denial instruction;
    b.Reminder: there’s a criminal contempt resolution against Barr.

    Operation Ad Infinitum

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