Representative Doug Collins Discusses What to Expect From Mueller Testimony Next Week…

Rep. Doug Collins appears on Fox News with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the upcoming testimony of Robert Mueller and the status of multiple inquires into the DOJ and FBI activity in 2016.

On the Horowitz report, remember to ignore all claims of upcoming release until we hear of the ‘Principal Notification’ for the final draft.  We’ll know when the IG submits the draft review to principals because while they are bound by non-disclosure over content, they will be advocating their defense positions in the media on their overall interests.

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119 Responses to Representative Doug Collins Discusses What to Expect From Mueller Testimony Next Week…

  1. littleanniefannie says:

    All this while Jerry NoNads goes full Schifft and tells us that all kinds of impeachable offenses will magically come forth. Polish you unicorn NoNads, the questions from the Republicans should shut your mouth. If you pull your shenanigans on TV, the public will see just how prejudiced you really are.

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    • Nobodysfool says:

      We all know what to expect: Mueller will have Dem’s questions in advance like Hillary had during debates. Mueller will be the usual snake in the grass, creating questions, not answering any. Mueller will continue to build on his suggestion that Congress keep digging and keep preparing their case to impeach. We know this because Mueller and his wife don’t want BHO’s masked street thugs harassing them and surrounding their house as they do Tucker Carlson.

      It long ago stopped being about law, order, justice, presumed innocence, necessity of solid, irrefutable evidence, sparing the nation the great harm a fake impeachment case would inflict. Now it’s simply about survival and quiet enjoyment of the big bucks Mueller raked in during the coup ‘investigation’ and all the big bucks yet to come for speeches, movies, books and interviews. Next thing we know Ilhan and Rash will be introducing him as speaker for a CAIR gathering.

      Nadler will call simply Republicans out of order and if they don’t shut up, Nadler’s sergeant of arms will provide the TV/media theater of hauling them out of the hearing by napes of the necks. Their questions won’t even get out of their mouths and for sure, Mueller knows he won’t have to answer any of them.

      Yeah, we know what to expect.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Mueller didn’t want to testify. He isn’t going to come up with anything new.

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        • warspite2 says:

          While I wouldn’t go quite as far as Nobod, I think he/she is likely closer to the truth than your prediction.

          Start with the premise of Mueller at this point having questionable integrity along w/a proven recent track record of being pushed around by his awful choices in staff. He’s back getting a paycheck from his old law firm & under less day to day political pressure than when surrounded by full-time anti Trump advocates. Factor in the $$ he picked up as special counsel and the fact he clearly does not want to be embarrassed before Bill Barr (or embarrass Barr). Based upon what I can discern about Mueller his most likely course of conduct is to- w/the presence of DOJ counsel, stonewall on nearly everything but for a very small amount of “important” material w/which the NadSchiff Squad can play dance around the maypole. This will come about as a result of a planned drama, though I predict Mueller will unexpectedly hold back more than had been agreed to in the planning w/NadSchiff.

          As a lawyer in D.C. Mueller wants to ensure his standing on the best guest lists while still being able to make a plausible claim of integrity & willingness to stand up to others. The fact he still very much cares what Bill Barr thinks and is jealous of the latter’s standing & character comes into play. Mueller wants to be able to claim before Barr that he, Bob Mueller, acted in the same manner as would have Bill Barr. Always doing what is right regardless of quasi-threats out of partisan driven media or D.C. colleagues. In fact, Mueller wants by his actions to imply he’s actually a tougher man than Barr in having withstood pressure from his former staff, NadSchiff, etc. Mr. Mueller, Esq. thinks he’s up to the task of walking a tightrope involving character, integrity, and being “popular” in D.C. w/the right folks.

          Because of the phony structure and artificial nature of the hearings if Mueller is willing to engage in a low key double-cross concerning most (but not all) of the agreed plan with NadSchiff, Bob Mueller has a decent chance of getting out of Wednesday giving- in his eyes, something to everyone. However, one can never discount the possibility of Mueller getting word to Barr that he, Mueller, would really, really, really prefer not to testify.

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        • Nobodysfool says:

          Mueller doesn’t have to ‘come up with anything new’. He had nothing from Day One but to cover his own backside with his pal Comey and to carry out his appointed task, which was to Get Trump, he has been able to feed the jackals just enough fake blood to keep this BS alive. Of course, there’s ‘nothing new’–his investigation is officially closed, but has ‘nothing new’ ever stopped this assault on our President?

          ‘Mueller didn’t want to testify’. Yet, he is. So, was he lying when he said his report stands as his testimony and he wouldn’t answer any more question or is he lying now, going ahead with testimony after all? As closely connected as he is to the nerve center of the coup perpetrators, and having spent millions of our dollars turning over rocks, looking for anything yet coming up empty, if Bob Mueller wanted to avoid testimony, he would have done it. He would have called Nadler and Schiff and told them the best thing for him to do is shut up, that if this goes anywhere, its on Congress to dig it up. Instead, reports have put him in back door meetings with Democrats ahead of testimony.

          Mueller has nothing new but that’s never stopped this cabal so far. Mueller is the hero of the Romney Republicans and has Dems hanging on his every word. If he’s convinced any readers here that he’s actually in a tough spot, that poor ol’ Bob really doesn’t want to testify and that he won’t be able to spin some old worn out thread into something shiny and new, he is pleased to have you on his team also.

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      • Al May says:

        He may have the DEM questions before the hearing….. his problem is going to be the questions that he gets AT the hearing……

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      • islandpalmtrees says:

        All the Republicans have to do is to all walk out. The show will be over shadowed by the lack of Republicans. Have he Republicans in their own hearing in the Senate with opposite findings. Best results can be expected if this done without delay.

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    • Ray says:

      They are prepping Mueller and will try to control the narrative.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Based on Nadler’s comments to But Wallace…..

      Sounds like the Dems will spend a good amount of time using Mueller to discredit BARR.

      In fact, BARR may actually be their primary target.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        The zealot Left can try to discredit Barr all they want.
        He is the Attorney General and they are not.

        They will get a few soundbites but nothing changes.

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  2. Sporty says:

    Hey Mueller when did you know Seth Rich downloaded the Clinton emails? That’s what I want to hear come out of one of these freekin politicians crooked mouths.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      I would like to have someone ask him what Assange had to say about the so-called Russian hack when they questioned him (we all know that Assange wasn’t questioned at all but it needs to be emphasized). I do hope that AG Barr is exploring that little side line of info as well.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      I take your point but Mueller needs to be interrogated carefully about the use of any information from the the alleged “hack” of the DNC servers which the FBI never examined. Law enforcement efforts cannot be based on private, third party evidence.

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  3. sarasotosfan says:

    With no evidence of state sponsored election interference, perhaps the Mueller Report’s Title should be blank.

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  4. Payday says:

    IG report later this Fall now…

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  5. I think it is scandalous that Pelosi will not bring USMCA to the House floor for a vote. The Dems could care less about this country…it’s all about power and politics. Shame on her.

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    • NICCO says:

      Absolute power corrupts absolutely.To these people its like a drug.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Garavaglia says:

      It’s all about money. Her role in the Uniparty is to protect globalist interest, the opposite of what Trump is trying to dismantle. Remove the emotion (social talking points) and that’s all that is left.

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    • Amy2 says:

      There should be some type of recourse in these situations. What happened to the checks and balances they like to remind us of? She should have to state a VALID reason and there still should be a “redress of grievances” available to the American people. This affects other countries besides the U.S. One woman can control the business, economies and livelihoods of three countries?

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    • PMadison says:

      The USMCA is even better for Mexican workers than NAFTA. Obviously Nancy likes Mexicans poor and desperate. That’s the DNC SOP for 40 years.

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      • MelH says:

        Amy 2, it really is astounding that Pelosi and the Turtle have ALL the power! I wonder how this ended up being what our founders envisioned.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      I thought that being a treaty the USMCA only has to pass in the Senate.

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      • ristvan says:

        Lurking Lawyer here.
        RR, USMCA is not a Treaty. Those were first constitutionally defined by then SoS Thomas Jefferson under Washington as ‘immutable save by mutual consent’. It is constitutionally a Pact since it contains a unilateral opt out, just like Nafta. A Pact requires simple majority approval of both House and Senate.

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    • cthulhu says:

      Fortunately, this situation is easy to explain — VSGPOTUSDJT wants Mexico and Canada to ratify the treaty first, then he can drop the MOAB of NAFTA withdrawal on Congress.

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  6. Raptor says:

    I have been really impressed with Doug Collins!
    I didn’t even know of him until we lost the house, but now he has been a ray of hope!
    God bless him!

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    • NICCO says:

      This another honorable man we all need to uplift in prayer on a regular basis

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    • babrightlight says:

      Rep Collins is a solid, upright individual and he is my Congressman. In listening to his comments however, he seems more intent on putting the Mueller report to bed and moving on vice investigating all the nefarious activity of McCabe, Comey et al. I considered copying and pasting the questions that Sundance laid out especially about the timing–when was Mueller approached to head the investigation, what was his understanding what the meeting with Trump was about, was it your personal cell phone that you left and if so, how were you contacted about being the Special Counsel, etc. but alas I did not. I now think none of those questions will be asked. 😦

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      • Jan says:

        If it’s any consolation, Nunes, Meadows, Jordan and Collins have lately backed off voicing any specific questions they will be asking. I believe Meadows said during the past week they are meeting to coordinate questions. That John Ratcliffe was not and has not been in any interviews that I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks tells me that these guys get it!! Radcliffe, Collins and Gohmert are great lawyers asking great questions.

        The real question is WILL the Republicans get to ask any questions at all and/or will they be called out on points of orders constantly and basically getting no testimony out of Mueller. If Mueller strays from the 4 corners of his report for the Dimms, then we will know he’s lying; if he divulges information from grand juries, then he has some legal problems. If he says he didn’t indict the President because of the “no sitting president can be indicted” DOJ rule, then his report is a lie since it did not consider that policy in his conclusions.

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      • NICCO says:

        You are very fortunate to have this man as your congressman.The one we have has a small r after his name.

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        • cthulhu says:

          My congressman is Ro Khanna. I am moving to NC to be rid of him (although I get a package deal and will also lose DiFiChiSpy, “Heels-Up” Harris, and Gavin Noisome).

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  7. Again, all you need to know is that Trump will be impeached, he will be defeated at the polls, or he will be assasinated. Those are the options. You can count on it!

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    • Do you also sell used cars? You have your opinions but no inside track on what the future has in store. Not yours, not DJT’s and not America’s. You might get more respect for that opinion at the Democratic Underground.

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      • A2 says:

        I am tagging your post only because you are right and I just want to say, quoting BKR, this is troll team zero.

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      • MelH says:

        growItiggerknits, American Mongrel reflects the fact that the Globalists have their fortunes at stake. They are DESPERATE. Desperate people do desperate things. I disagree with your disparaging remark. if the President survives the 2020 vote, I, for one, will be astonished, and I think I am one of many, along with American Mongrel ,who will be thanking God all over the place if we have Our Lion as President for 4 more short years. He was cheated out of the first 4years by butt-hurt Liberals who believed John Brennan (may he rot in hell!).

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        • Raptor says:

          in 2020 you will be astonished, then.
          Face it Mel, American Mongrel is a Troll and we don’t need that here at this site.
          As we say in the South, “Bless your heart!”

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        • OK then MelH. You hang the crepe if that’s what suits you best.

          I’m going to figure that people are pretty good at recognizing things that improve their lives and the lives of their families & neighbors.

          The future will inform us who is right but being right is really not the issue. Pragmatically, being positive improves the odds, being negative is a drag on POTUS election chances. I’m double darned if I’m not going to be on the side of MAGA and improve my President’s odds.

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      • NICCO says:

        AMEN.The blood of Jesus covers this president. and this nation.Zachariah 2;5 over our president and his family.Father I thank you that the fire of your glory surround him,No plot ,no plan,no hex,no vex,no power,no principality and no demon in hell shall be able to touch President Donald John Trump or his family .Every plot and plan of the enemy shall fall in the name above every name,Jesus Christ,Amen

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    • Stringy theory says:

      If you are sensible you would discount the options you suggested. Trump will be reelected in 2020 and finish cleaning up the mess he inherited.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      Options 1 and 3 get you a civil war. Option 2 gets you a civil war if you’re sloppy and fraud is easily proven, because we all know you’re stealing votes. The Left is pure evil at this point. You’re deranged.

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    • Well, the sad thing is, this really is how the Democrats do think. The fourth option simply does not exist: that they would cooperate with this man’s leadership, and work together with him to, ahem, “Make America Great Again.” And to make that mean more than a piece of head-gear. Yes, the United States Congress could do this. But, until 2020, they won’t.

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      • Jan says:

        You are very wise. What you said is what most Americans really, really want. Do us proud and DO SOMETHING for Americans and America and work with the President to eliminate injustices and solve problems. The Dimms and most Republicans are totally deaf to America.

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    • MostlyRight says:

      I’m sure 3 years ago in July you believed there was only one option for Hillary, and that was that she would be elected.

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    • Ray says:

      Impeached doesn’t really matter unless a large number of Republicans backstab him. It takes 67 Senators I believe .

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    • AM…you do realize that there is a dark hole you can crawl into, dontcha know???

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  8. Occasional Commenter says:

    Nadler will ensure that the hearing will unfold according to a predetermined script. He’s got some guys from that Lawfare organization working on this, and I read of a rumor that Nadler’s committee staff has been working behind the scenes with Mueller’s people. I expect that Nadler will rigorously enforce time limits, and will use some parliamentary rules to cut off certain lines of questioning. In short, I don`t think the Republicans are going to get the opportunities they think they’ll get, to question Mueller on specific issues. This hearing might not go as the Republican think.

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    • Stringy theory says:

      I fully expect Nadless will be surprised by the events that will unfold. Even if Trump is impeached the Senate will not convict and it will only add to the millions that will vote to reelect him next year.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Don’t think the Dems will ever attempt to impeach President Trump. Senate will never convict, and President Trump’s approval rating would increase to 75%, just like Bill Clinton’s did.

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        • Raghn Crow says:

          It would turn out that way, but it might also give them some short-term “fix”, kinda like trying to get a charcoal fire going by flaming it with igniter fluid — it doesn’t actually get the charcoal glowing but it looks great — for a moment. So they might “go for it”. The Dems are desperate to keep their burnt-out dead-charcoal “narrative” going because they literally have nothing else but race/identity politics now. They’re not only irrelevant, but boring. They can’t see that because “sin makes you stupid” and decades of supporting abortion, perversion, and theft (their Leftist redistribution of wealth) have left them stupid.

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          • Rhoda R says:

            The data dump from the first Epstein trial is going to knock ALL the other stuff out of the news cycle for days, if not longer.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      He can’t script the questions Collins and Jordan will ask 🙂

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      • … and he also can’t script the Tweets that will follow. These people spent far too much money listening for far too long to a radical-like-themselves group of lawyers who called themselves, “Lawfare.” Lawyers who, at the very end of the day, simply told a bunch of politicians exactly what they wanted to hear, and obviously made millions of dollars doing it. But the trouble is, judges don’t think that way. The Attorney General of the United States doesn’t either. (In fact, he wrote a lengthy legal brief on the topic before he was [re-]appointed. Lawfare should read it sometime …)

        Lawfare: “No, they’re not invincible. They’re just wrong.”

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Jim Jordan really told Elijah Cummings and the Democrats off after the recent immigration hearing. Jordan is ready for Mueller.

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  9. montanamel says:

    Hey…. EO that all departments and agents of the USA honor and activate the USMCA “until voted upon within both houses of Congress” period!…end of transmission!

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  10. SKIDROE says:

    What is it going to take for the right to get up and go in mass to DC? The left would have been there 2 years ago.

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    • Parker Longbaugh says:

      If I go it will not be to have a discussion.
      Which is why my wife only allows me to yell at the internet.
      I also take out the garbage.

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    • Amy2 says:

      They’re there NOW.

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    • Austin Holdout says:

      “The Left” who would have been there 2 years ago would have been the same minimum wage Soros-paid people who were bussed in for, handed their signs and given their lunch money and marching orders for the Kavanaugh hearings. There is no large group of leftists who organically rise up and descend on DC en mass as you suggest Republicans are inferior for not doing. A hundred thousand of us could show up this weekend and anyone who gets their news from the MSM would never know we were there. Unless someone in a MAGA hat was observed jaywalking, which would be national news.

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  11. Garavaglia says:

    Let’s keep this in perspective. This is not a trial, it is a kangaroo display of gaslighting. A House impeachment would be, in essence, feckless. As a matter of fact, I might impeach the house this Friday, if I have some extra time. I think I will compose some “parliamentary” rules I can break so I am good and ready for my hearing.

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    • Amy2 says:

      It was already voted down. What are they going to do? Vote on impeachment every week? I guess so, since they aren’t doing anything else.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Vote on impeachment every week?”

        Why, as a matter of fact, yes. Why not? Just like they voted to repeal ObummerCare with Paul Ryan at the helm of the ship with the broken rudder.

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      • Garavaglia says:

        Yes. That vote was done to lay the groundwork for the Mueller BS this Wednesday. Following the farce, they will have another vote..claiming the new information obtained during his testimony warrants impeachment. See how that works? We will likely see Repubs in the senate and house publicly shift toward impeachment. They will do so gently at first, in order to test Trump’s supporters resolve..while attempting to incrementally diminish his support. The ONLY reason they haven’t up and done this already is out of fear of a sudden, full blown armed revolution. They aren’t stupid, but their cuteness is wearing thin.

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        • Ackman420 says:

          He’ll likely win reelection, so impeachment is all they got.
          15 months of scratching at scabs vs 15 months of awesome.
          I’ll take the awesome.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Actually, as I understand it, the the vote on motion was to table it. Not an outright rejection.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Last weeks “impeachment vote” had absolutely nothing to do with Russia, obstruction or Mueller.

        It was the THIRD attempt by Green and it was a head count.

        They got 95 votes on a ridiculous impeachment claim.
        Need 218
        45% of the way there

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    • bofh says:

      They (UniParty) don’t want to actually have a formal impeachment process. They simply want to howl and yell about impeachment all the way to the 2020 election. That way they don’t have to actually prove anything, run no risk of being embarrassed by testimony that might come out, and still get to titillate their base with impeachment-threat-porn show.

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  12. appraisher says:

    The theoretical purpose of the Weissman Witchhunt was to investigate if President Trump was GUILTY of “collusion” and/or obstruction and if the investigation PROVED GUILT, to recommend charges be brought. THAT was all what this democrat-loaded prosecutorial farce was tasked with. Investigations don’t pronounce anyone innocent…if there’s proof you’re guilty, charges are/or aren’t recommended, if there’s no proof that you’re guilty, it’s over.

    Instead, knowing that the charges were untrue, Weissman proceeded to produce over 400 pages and tens of millions of dollars worth of vagaries, in an attempt to buffalo the general public into believing that Trump was guilty of something…they just couldn’t figure out what it was, so therefore, they couldn’t pronounce him innocent.

    This was Weissman’s nod to the left, to allow the democrat Kangaroo Kourt to continue badgering the president.

    Mueller has been thoroughly briefed by the left, he’s been given his talking points and they will sound exactly like the semantic-splitting, enigmatic drivel called The Mueller Report, that he told us he would stay totally within. So expect lots more fuzzy equivocations from Mueller in an attempt to continue branding Trump a criminal.

    It’s all they’ve got.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      After watching that press conference of his I’m not sure Mueller is capable of pulling that off. What’s the O/U on Nadler saving Bob?

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      • appraisher says:

        Ding! Ding!Ding! we have a prescient winner. Now that it’s over, we know there was more Under than Over regarding Nadler saving Bob…he threw him UNDER the bus.

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  13. Revenant says:

    Nadler’s circus will not end as he hopes. The public moved on. The power of Barr’s press conference continues to amaze — that press conference de-fanged what appears to be the entire Democrat strategy.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      The ship has sailed for most people concerning this investigation. It would take a super “smoking gun” to get a lot of attention.

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      • redthunder238 says:

        In either direction. Almost half of the Country is convinced that Trump is actually guilty. TDS is very real.

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        • I’m really not so sure about that, “Red.” Public opinion polls are routinely manufactured to say whatever their sponsors want to hear. There is a small, very radical, of course very loud group of people whose entire message is essentially, “Orange Man Bad.” But what completely blind-sided these people in 2016, which made them utterly confident that Trump would lose, is the vast swath of mid-American States who they didn’t even try to listen to. These sort of people are not ruled in their opinion by television sets, nor for that matter by their phones.

          In the case of both Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, there was immediate judicial evidence that yes, “obstruction of justice” had occurred, based on the standard legal definition used by Federal courts. In other words, had these cases gone on to trial in said Courts, conviction would probably follow. But in the case of Donald Trump, the official decision by the same Judiciary is that no charges would be filed. Yes, having been impeached by his political enemies for “high crimes” according to his political enemies in the Democratic Party, this man would be a free man. While the Democrats, after quickly relieving themselves of Mike Pence, would rush to reverse everything that Trump did so that “the Swamp” would … “ahhhhh” … return to what they consider normal.

          Try telling that(!) to literally hundreds of millions of people who see for themselves that they were right in 2016.

          No, what you’re seeing right now is a major American political party wiping itself off the map – possibly forever. (Hey, we once had a “Whig” Party, too! They even elected Presidents!) The game of politics has been changed forever by just one man … and they have refused to change along with it.

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          • redthunder238 says:

            Here’s the problem, the youth are being brainwashed en masse. Every single day the Dems gain votes as the sheep turn 18, every single day we lose voters as the people with a brain pass on. Things are not looking good. Have you watched the videos from college campuses? Have you ever tried talking to some of them? They literally know NOTHING. It’s beyond disgusting. Then you add in all the dead and illegal voters and all the fraud the Dems are about to commit….I honestly can’t see how a civil war doesn’t break out soon, either by Trump winning and the Left rioting or by them blatantly stealing the election and us saying enough is enough.

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          • steph_gray says:

            Great comment, Mike.

            I have also been eagerly awaiting the decline and fall of the DementoRat Party. I have a strong belief that electing our VSGPDJT has accelerated its demise past a tipping point from which they can no longer recover. It’s only a question of when…

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          • cthulhu says:

            The best take I’ve seen on the entire farce is, “We’ve determined that the accused horsethief did NOT, in fact, steal a horse…….but he resisted being hung for it.”

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            • cthulhu says:

              A grace note on this — the crime is “obstruction of justice”…….what if “justice” was never being pursued? “Obstruction of Alinsky” and “obstruction of witch-hunt” are not crimes. Since this was all about propaganda and character assassination from the get-go, how can it be criminal to oppose it?

              Indeed, how could VSGPOTUSDJT have indulged it further when it was a known waste of time and money, based on scurrilous innuendoes and slathered with b***sh**?

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  14. Don McAro says:

    Nadler is trying to make a head of lettuce out of the salad of lies tossing in his empty skull

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  15. Wayne Robinson says:

    Endless propaganda couched within lying statements that are not questions but false accusations . These lies will be parroted by lying fake news ( MSM) as if they were facts . Anyone who believes the Mule will give any answer not in his report is shit for brains stupid .

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  16. jus wundrin says:

    Im still thinking that there will be another no show/delay. The lectern has to be exactly 42″, the chair MUST be made of mahogany, and the table should have exact 45 degree angles…..any silly stall tactic for endless delays,

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  17. GB Bari says:

    It’s not what this article is about but Mitch McCorporatist said in the clip that Maria played for Collins that Mitch doesn’t want to dump NAFTA if the USMCA isn’t passed. Once again Turtle is pure Globalist Swamp and indicating he will obstruct the President’s agenda.

    SMH.

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  18. joeknuckles says:

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  19. Cam Heck says:

    The Republicans, instead of asking questions that Mueller and NonNads can rehearse for, should instead use their time to each read excerpts from the Butowsky lawsuit filing, thereby debunking on live tv the whole premise for the Weissman report. That would make things REALLY interesting…

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  20. Oldretiredguy says:

    Watching this continuing coup attempt and listening to the ignorance of the left in general should cause any American with half a brain to really worry about the long term survivability of the Nation. Even if PDT stays in office past 2024, these idiots attempting to destroy the nation will not go away. They hate to see the success of PDT’s policies and will continue to do everything in their power to stop him. I’m really hoping he’s putting things in place to slow down the destruction of the nation once he’s out of office. Otherwise, there’s not a chance the nation can survive another destructive administration like the criminally corrupt disaster from 2008 to 2016.

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    • Oh, this is not really that new: it’s just on television and the Internet. 😀

      No, the people who want to “destroy the nation” will never go away. They had about forty years of misrule all to themselves – I knew that Ronald Reagan’s policies “meant trouble” but had no idea how far it would then be taken – but then the American People themselves took action. A man stepped forward to be the candidate who was personally so fabulously wealthy that he didn’t need to come from the cesspool of political corruption to get the money. He wrote the book on business deal-making. He spoke plainly and, once elected, actually did what he said. He “tweets!”

      Most of all, the Democrats are terrified of this man, and of all he represents, because to them he represents Doom. So, entirely as usual, they surround themselves with careerists who think as they do. But that’s not how politics is going to be, anymore. The American People took a daring chance, the very first time they were given the opportunity to do so, and the differences could not be more clear.

      What’s going to “keep this nation from being destroyed?” In the end, the people who actually live here. Not using their guns, but their pencils.

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  21. Nowut Ameen says:

    The GOP members should allow Nadler to conduct his show-trial. Ask enough out of order questions to keep things interesting. The fun starts when the show ends.

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  22. Michael D says:

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  23. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Listening to Nadler’s comments from the But..But…But FOX interview

    I’m wondering if the MAIN target of Mueller’s testimony IS BARR.

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    • Of course it is. Barr represents the actual American legal system, as the government officer in charge of all of it. He represents a body that enforces the law based on what it actually says. He’s the man who first wrote a detailed brief rejecting the “Lawfare” strategies, who then officially rejected them when he returned(!) as Attorney General. He’s the man who, along with his team, officially concluded that no Federal charges will ever be filed.

      Barr is the “known bulldog” who isn’t barking – yet. But, mark my words on this: there are hundreds of people both in the Department of Justice and in the various Intelligence communities who know damned well what corrupt politicians have done to their sacred-to-them institutions. “Payback time” is coming, and “these people have a thousand ways to get to you.”

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  24. Zorro says:

    Bottom line from Mueller hearing.
    1. “obstruction” narrative remains intact.
    2. “Herr Mueller left Congress a blueprint to impeach”.
    3. Breathless MSM for days.
    4. No counter punch.

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  25. V says:

    Is pessimism a cry for help by a drowning spirit or an attempt to pull others down into apathy.

    Pessimism is a sign of spiritual weakness, of surrender to evil.

    Pessimism advertises the pessimist’s ineffectiveness.

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  26. chickenhawk says:

    Doug Collins kicks butt. Collins should be speaker of the house when Republicans regain the house in 2020.

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    • steph_gray says:

      I also would love to see Jordan in that position, but I’m totally okay with Doug as well. Practically any one of the Nine Heroes of the Freedom Caucus would do a great job.

      And just for the usual daily whines of “all the Republicans are horrible,” here’s a list so we can remember we still have true statesmen there. It is indeed a bad numbers game for MAGA, but not 100%:

      Andy Biggs
      Doug Collins
      Dan Crenshaw
      Matt Gaetz
      Louis Gohmert
      Jim Jordan
      Mark Meadows
      Devin Nunes
      John Ratcliffe

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  27. Cocoon says:

    I believe Barr knowingly does not trust Mueller to do the right thing here.
    I expect attorneys for both FBI and DOJ to stop Mueller from going further than his Report.
    And then, just like Mueller presser, there will be a clarification sent out within hours of his testimony if needed.

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  28. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Nadler the noodler out on another fishing trip with his DemocRAT pals.

    ~~~~~~~ TRUMP 2020 ~~~~~~~

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  29. gymcy81 says:

    Just speculation – where was the upcoming staged / theatrical event, practiced, rehearsed?

    Someone’s had to make (nefarious?) use of the time since the Mueller report was released 3 months ago – correct?

    I do not know
    imho

    Love thy neighbors…

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  30. Moe Grimm says:

    Seems there will be yet another postponement of Whoreowitz’ “report”? Note @ 5:30. Will it be another X=X(100) pg. report of pissing in the Heartland’s ear then concluding that it’s really raining? I still say they all WALK under a big Koombaya with Barr announcing; “it’s time to move the Country on to healing”…. maybe a “panel” or “commission” headed by the likes of Wray to “insure this never happens again” or similar outrage. Then a meet up of Barr’s pals “Rob” and “Bob”. Maybe including a reunion with Lon Horiuchi who he pro bono defended in the murder of Vicky Weaver as she stood holding hers and Randy Weaver’s 10 month old daughter Elisheba in her arms. Horiuhci beat the reduced charge and went on to work his magic in Waco Texas. Now, what percentage of this presently composed “electorate” has the Facts on that one? Our Founding Fathers would have already been shooting – likely 25 years ago at that. This is what it comes down too… barr/whoreowitz/graham? That’s a damn weak pivot.

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  31. MR52 says:

    FYI – Mueller Report Audio – https://muellerreportaudio.com/

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  32. Beverly says:

    So Maria just let Doug get away with Not Answering that last question. Shame on her.

    That Quisling, McConnell, says that the Senate will revert to NAFTA if the House doesn’t pass the usmca bill — he is saying quite brazenly that they can go back to the status quo they want simply by refusing to pass President Trump’s bill!!!!

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  33. wildbill2u says:

    Why don’t the Reps give the most capable members their time instead of trying to use their allotted 5 minutes to get some TV time.

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