As Predicted – Mueller Will Not Testify Alone – Handler Aaron Zebley Now Added…

The schemes of Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler are predictable. As we said three months ago, Robert Mueller would not be allowed to testify without a handler. Small group participant Aaron Zebly will now join Mueller for his testimony.  This has always been the plan, but strategically announced today.

Remember, Mueller’s team is working closely with Nadler’s team; they are part of the same purpose. They are all part of the same network. The impeachment objective is a group effort from inside government & outside (Lawfare). These are not separate groups.

The pre-planning was why Chairman Nadler hired Lawfare Group members to become committee staff. Chairman Schiff hired former SDNY U.S. Attorney Daniel Goldman (link), and Chairman Nadler hired Obama administration lawyer Norm Eisen and criminal defense attorney Barry Berke (link).  All these participants are within the Lawfare network. Aaron Zebly is just another key player in the coordinated group.

WASHINGTON – Former special counsel Robert Mueller has made a last-minute request to have one of his longtime aides appear as a witness during his highly-anticipated testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, one congressional source told NBC News on Tuesday.

Mueller has requested that Aaron Zebley appear with him when he testifies on Wednesday about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election and collusion and obstruction by President Donald Trump.

The ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee, Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia, said the move would plunge the hearing into “chaos” and may not be in compliance with House rules.

“This apparent stunt is unsurprising in light of the Democrats’ repeated attempts to circumvent, misrepresent and flout the rules and procedures governing this committee’s business,” he said. “If Democrats believe it is the special counsel’s responsibility to testify to his report, they have no ground for outsourcing that duty at the expense of our committee’s integrity.” (read more)

This is all a staged performance, a pantomime.

Remember, Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller didn’t come into this process as an ‘outsider’, and Mueller didn’t select his team. The corrupt Lawfare team inside government (FBI Counsel James Baker, DOJ Deputy Andrew Weissmann, FBI Deputy McCabe etc.) already knew Mueller. The team had established personal and professional connections to Mueller, and they brought him in to lead the team.

When you realize that Robert Mueller didn’t select the team; rather the preexisting team selected their figurehead, Robert Mueller; then results make sense. Robert Mueller can never be allowed to testify alone to congress because if questioned he actually has very little understanding of what took place.

Not enough people understand the role of the Lawfare group in the corruption and political weaponization of the DOJ, FBI and larger intelligence community.

What Media Matters is to corrupt left-wing media, the Lawfare group is to the corrupt DOJ and FBI.

All of the headline names around the seditious conspiracy against Donald Trump assemble within the network of the Lawfare group.

Three days after the October 21st, 2016, FISA warrant was obtained, Benjamin Wittes outlined the insurance policy approach.

FBI Director James Comey, FBI Legal Counsel James Baker, Comey memo recepient Daniel Richman, Deputy AG Sally Yates, Comey friend Benjamin Wittes, FBI lead agent Peter Strzok, FBI counsel Lisa Page, Mueller lead Andrew Weissmann and the Mueller team of lawyers, all of them -and more- are connected to the Lawfare group; and this network provides the sounding board for all of the weaponized approaches, including the various new legal theories as outlined within the Weissmann-Mueller Report.

The Lawfare continuum is very simple.  The corrupt 2015 Clinton exoneration; which became the corrupt 2016 DOJ/FBI Trump investigation; which became the corrupt 2017 DOJ/FBI Mueller probe; is currently the 2019 “impeachment” plan.

Weissmann and Mueller delivering their report evolved the plan from corrupt legal theory into corrupt political targeting.  Every phase within the continuum holds the same goal. Every phase holds the same participants.  This is a group effort.

The current “impeachment strategy” is planned-out within the Lawfare group.


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275 Responses to As Predicted – Mueller Will Not Testify Alone – Handler Aaron Zebley Now Added…

  1. John55 says:

    What is stopping the Senate Republicans from having Mueller testify before them, without any handlers and subject to genuine questioning?

    Liked by 3 people

    • ristvan says:

      No need. Mueller report is in, he resigned as SC. The result is no collusion, no obstruction. Dems cannot get a redo from there.

      Liked by 10 people

      • SharonKinDC says:

        True… but the cabal and their willing MSM seditious co-conspirators will try to gin up more innuendo. Will will bomb. So predictable.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

        The ‘gin up’ will only inebriate those already ‘ginned up’ by the Russia hoax.
        “Nothing new under the Sun”.

        Liked by 4 people

      • John55 says:

        They are getting a redo from here, with assistance from Mueller. This crook needs to be exposed, and there is no reason why the Senate GOP can’t do it .. unless they’re on the impeachment bandwagon, which many of them are.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Dutchman says:

          “Unless they are in on the Impeachment bandwagon”

          They were,ALWAYS ‘IN’on the Impeachment plan, from the outset.

          THEY, Congressional RepubliCONS, are,WHAT the Obstruction trap, and the,Perjury trap, were ALL about!

          The Dems in Congress don’t NEED any ‘political cover’ to vote to impeach, their rabid base is clamoring for it.

          Its the RepubliCONS, particularly in the,Senate, who need an excuse to do what they WANT to do, which is vote to convict.

          IF PDJT had done what many here advocated, and fired Mueller, Sessions and,Rosenstien, McConnell was all set to pull the trigger.

          But, the plan failed, and Dems are left standing, with their dingus’s in their hand.

          The fact that two faced McCarthy, minority leader in the House, openly and vigorously pushed back against the,rasssccist accusations against PDJT, says as much as anything, that its over.

          1- 1 1/2 years ago, he and all the Republicon chorus who sung “Mueller is an honorable man”, would have CONDEMNED PDJT’s “regretable” tweets, urged he apologise or retract, etc.

          That McCarthy so unabashedly defended DJT, and pushed back says more about PDJT, than it does about McCarthy.

          It says PDJT has gained support, the political winds have shifted, and McCarthy, being a political hack, recognises this.

          Still don’t trust that snake, but overall this is a good sign. The impeachment was ALL about the,Repubs, and swamp creatures like Comey, Brennan etc would NEVER have tried it, if they feared Republicans would call them on it.

          Hence, Republicon leadership, gave their tacit if not overt,approval. Count on it.

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      • TPW says:

        That’s Graham’s excuse for not cornering Mueller on the obvious corrupt practices and the non justifications for a SC … evidence of a Russian Hack…..Graham did not want Mueller cornered and he was the main proponent of Mueller the honest broker who must get to the bottom of Russian collusion..Right Mr, Graham..

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      • ilcon says:


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      • A Moderate Man says:

        Liberals are always trying explain a known set of facts in a new and nuanced way so that they can subvert said facts. This way, if they like the way the nuanced explanation sounds, they can convince themselves the facts are wrong and their new explanation is simply more believable.
        This hearing is necessary for them (democrats) because they need to be able to hear the facts differently and then be able draw new conclusions. In other words, Mueller just wasn’t able to see the crimes like “we can”… this process describes a liberal in a nutshell.


    • FrankieZee says:

      Lyndsey Graham.


    • First the Dems use Mueller’s inside poop working directly with Trump’s obstruction to initiate impeachment. Which means the Dems have stood up against the sexist, racist, Fascist. Then the Senate doesn’t even go forward with the process which (from Dem pov) means that the Republican Senate is entirely in lockstep with this entirely corrupt administration which is precipitating the End of America which it is now their sworn duty to save (by fair means or foul).

      So it all makes perfect sense. Now you might think this is all wrong or silly or both, but they are not playing this scenario out for you but for their own particular movie-going population.

      Actually, if they can be convincing (to their own), they might actually end up provoking an exciting election with higher-than-average turnout as each side becomes increasingly frightened that the other might win.

      Which of course will make the Deep State Elites very happy: nothing they like better than high-turnout elections; it means the sheeple are still buying into their narrative (aka satanic spell) that they live in a sovereign, free, democratic Republic.

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    • ilcon says:

      Lindsey. He was/is a co-conspirator. He constantly blabbed about “passing” legislation to prevent Trump from firing Mueller.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Cisco says:

      Because Republicans have no testicals

      Liked by 1 person

    • Zorro says:

      Chairperson Graham (U-SC).


    • Thinker says:

      I would like to ask one question– this is in the Mueller report. You say there was Russian involvement based on Crowdstrike’s review. But you did not look at their forensic data and you have no proof of Russian involvement. How can you say Russia was involved without some proof?


      • Mike Dennis says:

        If Republicans have any stones the last question asked should be — “I’m asking you to look every marine in the country in the eye and explain what wondrous bounty you got in return to sell out the country?”


      • WiserWords2 says:

        Are you sure he doesn’t have proof?


    • ron Milam says:

      This was a last minute request for a reason. Thus pink lawyer has been working with the Nadler team, probably through back channel friends, he is going to feed the Nadler led teams their “pre orchestrated answers” thus they could afford to try and cut the time short, they have a pre planned “PLAY” of sorts, whilst the Republicans will be stymied by this same punk, Muller will confer with him on every question and they will go into a 2-3 minute sidebar of sorts via long drawn out discussions before they answer, to waste the Republicans allotted time, whereas they will answer the Dems with pre-planned answers. The Dems of course are nothing but scum.


      • armie says:

        I think his initial function is to support the “Trump won’t let Mueller speak” narrative which is the Dem’s workaround for the fact that the Report doesn’t have any of their wet-dream allegations in it. I suspect we’ll hear a lot of talk about how horrible it is that Mueller had to hire a lawyer. Following that, we’ll get an attempt by Dufus to speak that’ll get shot down with lots of theatricality, then the actual testimony will go as you predicted, with Zebley on constant display so his association with Mueller is clear. Following the hearing, he’ll appear on the Capitol steps, with Nadler and Mueller’s hands firmly up his butt, reciting all the lines they have prepared for him.

        It’s a way around the fact that testimony limited to just what’s in the report (i.e. the truth) is of no use to them.


  2. Mark L. says:

    This is starting to sound like the Kavanaugh hearing with Blasey Ford.
    If Mueller comes to testify in a little boy voice, look out.

    I really do not think the Dems want to impeach POTUS. They want to keep this narrative going for MSM and their wacky Lefty Group.

    This is getting silly. Good optics.

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  3. I Hear You Now says:

    I believe President Trump has this. And, that he is NOT saddling us with the debt you envision.

    The LEFTIES would like you to think so.

    I think the increases in spending (military included) are Covered by Tariffs? I bet a lot of it will be!

    Also covered by the fact that more of us are working so, even at the lower tax rates, we are bringing in more money in total.

    Liked by 11 people

    • I Hear You Now says:

      MIS-placed comment. I apologize.


      • GB Bari says:

        No need to apologize. Your post is good, IMO.
        I just read the ridiculous subthread about the so-called “Trump-caused debt” that was posted by three Doom & Gloom Porn Spreaders on the previous page.

        Treepers didn’t take the bait, though. There were zero “likes”. 😄

        Liked by 1 person

    • Addison Gooding says:

      One trillion covered by tariffs?? I support the president, body, soul and pocketbook, but wish we could do some serious primarying on both sides of the aisle!


    • chipin8511 says:

      When Trump gets reelected the FED goes by by..Audit ..And the $ no longer reserve currency The reason we are so screwed is the Petro-dollar…. Replaced Gold standard…

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  4. Cocoon says:

    Is Zebley a witness or legal counsel?
    If witness, DOJ has already informed him he was not to testify?
    This would be a thumb in the eye to both Barr and DOJ if true, forget about the Committee.
    And Barr should disallow.
    If legal counsel, only there to provide Mueller legal advice, Barr should note Mueller legal concerns and have both DOJ and FBI attorneys present.
    Mueller cannot be trusted and neither can the Committee Chairs.
    Best to clarify if witness or legal counsel and if witness disallow it.

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    • Why CAN’T AG Barr or his designee be there? Or, is AG Barr allowing Mueller and his mouth piece the opportunity to let a “talking point” slip out by accident.

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      • Betty says:

        I called my Senators and my Representative’s offices and told them if their plan for tomorrow’s Mueller testimony is for it to be a GIANT shit-show trying, yet again to blacken the name of our President, they better be ready to get GIGANTIC blow-back from We The People.

        President Trump has told us America is good, Americans are good, it is ok to love our nation and our fellow citizens. He has brought back jobs and created jobs, manufacturing, we have Our Space Program back, and he is making peace in the world.

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    • LULU says:

      Neither, Cocoon. He’s supposedly there in case Mueller can’t remember an answer to a question. He will not be questioned.


      • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

        Not exactly bad optics for our side for Mueller to be leaning over and having this mystery man whisper in his ear before he answers a question


      • Rhoda R says:

        So in fact he WILL be questioned – through Mueller who won’t remember anything. Do the same DOJ constraints on Mueller also apply to his aide?


    • Dutchman says:

      Its; “2,2,…2 mints in one!
      He’s a witness,…
      He’s council to a witness,…

      Can’t be both, IF this were a courtroom, …but it ISN’T.
      Its a sh*tshow, a Congressional hearing, which means its kabuki theater, put on for the masses.

      And, Dems can’t even get THAT right.

      Liked by 1 person

    • armie says:

      Nadler is on record to the effect that Zebley will not be a witness, but look for that issue to be the opening act in this farce. I think he’s there to be Mini-Mueller after the hearing.


  5. dc6aircraft says:

    So with these other 3 clowns coming on board to speak for mueller are WE THE PEOPLE getting stuck with the BILL. Again. Just curious.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Another Scott says:

    Imagine how much effort and planing these guys put into this farce.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. benifranlkin says:

    Shimon Prokupecz

    Verified account

    2h2 hours ago
    Update: Aaron Zebley will appear next to Robert Mueller as counsel at the hearing. He will not be testifying.
    Democrats only plan to swear in Mueller as a witness. Zebley will be there to advise Mueller. @mkraju

    Liked by 1 person

  8. XO says:

    This is an attempt to manufacture a reason to cancel Mueller’s appearance.

    You telling me a guy who is a former head of the fbi, and highly esteemed special council, can’t handle appearing in front of a house committee?

    Liked by 10 people

    • LULU says:

      Mueller was only the figurehead. Weissman & Co did all of the investigative work, and Sidney Powell (who has known Weissman for years and said she recognized his style) said Weissman clearly wrote the “Mueller Report”. Mueller may know the bottom line: No collusion, no obstruction. But he doesn’t know all the material that went into that bottom line.


      • Invisigoth says:

        They knew it was BS all along. Weissmann has no reputation except one as a hatchet man. He was supposed to gin up a crime if one couldn’t be found, and he would accept all responsibility if that failed. Which is what happened. He’s going to teach ethics at NYU. Mueller was running the show, but Weissmann let him keep his hands clean. Too bad for Bob that his handlers won’t let him just retire.

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    • ilcon says:

      If you watched his 9 min. of bumbling of a press reading.
      He is a frail old man just like SloJo and Peloosie.


      • mr.piddles says:

        Given the Poop Show in the weeks following the release of the Weissman/Mueller Dossier, Mueller felt that SOMETHING needed to be said so that the “results” of The Dossier are not misrepresented or misconstrued. Hence the “not exonerated” crap.

        Now… who is the ONLY Team Mueller member who could go in front of the world for that press conference? Mueller was the only one… otherwise: WTF? Hence the Bumbling Foolishness.

        I guess he coulda worn an earpiece and have Weiner Dog feeding stuff to him…


  9. namberak says:

    Yeah whatever. Personally I’d rather have Hillary von Pantsuit explain wiping servers again. 😉

    Liked by 2 people

    • ann says:

      👆🏼Hahaha. “Hillary von Pantsuit “
      this charade was self induced by the Beltway Blob’s collective hubris,

      as if competence and past actions were conveniently deleted from our awareness, and they could actually fob her, or Mueller, off onto Americans. .
      Just another convolution in a protracted farce.

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  10. Madmax110 says:

    So now Mulehead has his own Fluffer in this democrap orgy production? Are they going to have Stormy Daniels yelling out ‘Action’ ?
    This shit show is embarrassing and should have never happened. Another kick in the old balls.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. lawton says:

    I bet Mueller sounds very weak again like when he gave that crooked 9 minute joke statement.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. sundance says:

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  13. sundance says:

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    • LULU says:

      Word has it that he will be there to feed Mueller answers he can’t remember. That he will not be questioned. We’ll see. Wasn’t going to watch. Now, won’t miss it.


      • nimrodman says:

        Mueller can’t answer the questions because
        Mueller doesn’t KNOW the answers to the questions

        He’s a figurehead

        He mostly sat while Weissman and the other attack dogs “investigated” and wrote the “Mueller” report

        it would be really, really, really embarrassing for Mueller to be out there in the spotlights all alone and coming up with nada on question after question

        Would expose the ruse

        Can’t have that

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        If a witness can’t remember, the answer in a legal proceeding (such as a congressional hearing) is “I can’t remember”. The answer is not “let me ask some guy who is NOT under oath and give you his answer as if it was my answer. If the committee wanted to know what Zebley recalls, why didn’t they call him to testify? It’s a shell game to let Zebley answer as Lawfare wants, but give his answers the gravitas Of Mueller’s testimony without putting him under oath. It gives Mueller an out for untruths (“I couldn’t recall, Zebley told me”) whilst protecting Zebley from perjury liability. Makes me think they’re planning on telling some whopper lies tomorrow.

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  14. Raptors2020 says:

    Perhaps the long-term goal is the end to the concept of guilt or innocence. There will only be Friends of the State, or Enemies. If you’re Hillary, or Harvey Weinstein, or Jeffrey Epstein, and you’re in good standing with the State, all crimes are expunged. If you’re Donald Trump, or Assange, or Michael Flynn, and you are a threat to the status quo, you must be crushed. That becomes the main focus of the Justice Apparatus.

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  15. The Gipper Lives says:

    What’s a mobster without his mob lawyer?

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  16. littleanniefannie says:

    Just goes to prove that Bobby Mulehead was the “token Republican” on the SC who served no other purpose than to prop up a fake investigation into a contrived “crime” and be the “face” for the likes of the dogs—Weissmann, Zamad, etc. NoNads is doing a great job of pulling in these last second ringers. What a bunch of lowyers! No wonder the legal profession is noted for being populated by crooked, illicit, criminal people.

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  17. gary says:

    notice the addition of zelby right after the weismann /ukraine revelation.

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  18. NICCO says:

    Lets ask little bobby muleear about uranium one and all the other things that he and his gang of cobras didnt investigate because it would lead right back to them big time.Also they are distracting away from epstein and the others like him.

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      There is still a pending Uranium one case out of MD Federal. It was supposed to go to trial months ago. I think there have been two postponements. Maybe three since last year. I wish someone here with legal expertise would look at the documents and say why this has not been adjudicated. I keep waiting for it to be dropped because I think taking it to trial is suicide because there are the some of the same players. Search, Mark Lambert, Uranium 1, MD. This guy has a very interesting CV. He is one of three charged, the other two took plea deals ages ago. Lambert owns a brewery in Frederick MD.

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  19. SD has long focused on Lawfare. Any knowledge as to who conceived them, when and why? Is this part of the Obama-Holder fundamental transformation of America?


    • LULU says:

      Lawfare was Ben Wittes’s baby. Comey’s bosom pal. The guy who stepped up and admitted he’d taken Comey’s memo to the reporter at the NYT.

      FBI refugees have fled to Lawfare – James Baker, etc.

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    • Dutchman says:

      How come WE don’t have a MAGA equivalent of ‘Lawfare’?

      How come WE don’t have a MAGA equivalent of “Media Matters”?


      • TheTraveler says:

        Right on!

        Bigmouths like Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, etc., could pool their money and DO SOMETHING– like be the “Combined Soros of the Right.” But they prefer to sit on their butts and preach gloom and doom.

        Too bad the RINOs found a way to kill the Tea Party–they bought off some of its leaders, who ran off the honest ones.

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        • Stop with that damned socialist, defeatist ATTITUDE, right now!! We’re ALL Americans, and any one of us can solve this problem. Do you depend on ‘Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, etc.’ to provide you a home? No. You do that. Do you depend on ‘Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, etc.’ to provide insurance for you and your family? No. You do that. Did you rely on ‘Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, etc.’ to elect the Best President that we’ve ever been blessed with? No. WE did that.

          At this very moment, unknown, average, everyday people have donated personal funds, and from a ‘Go Fund Me’ site; those moneys launched “Build The Wall”, and non-federal money is being used to build the border wall on private land! We’re only limited by our imaginations!!

          If we want the Conservative equivalent of ‘Lawfare’, then WE WILL come up with a method to get one, but it won’t happen by whining and calling other successful people, names. You’re acting like a petulant, unconfident child, and not a Proud American Citizen.

          I imagine you’re probably a troll; you’re name isn’t familiar– regardless, I can’t let negative, pessimistic, resigned failures get away with this unacceptable behavior. My parents raised me to believe that because I was an American, I could do anything. And, I can; and I’m sure that most readers on this site feel the very same way.

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        • Dutchman says:

          To me, thats the key;
          “You know your over the target, when the flac is thickest!”

          Obama went to some pretty extrodinary lengths, to kneecap the tea party, right out of the gate with L.Lerner, and then as you say, McConnell finished them off.
          And McConnell destroyed Bannons move, after he left White house, toot suite.
          Both were efforts to PRIMARY Rino incumbents. Obviously, this is a vulnerability they percieve. Hence defensive action. So, don’t announce to the whole frickin world, as both Tea party and Bannon did, that your intention is to primary Rinos.
          Just DO IT. I am convinced, if you look over last 30 years or more, a populist nationalist candidate, on either the right or left, can beat a party hack, every time.
          Money doesn’t even matter. DJT’s candidacy is extrodinary, but not THAT extrodinary. What I mean is there have been upsets before, where a candidate with less money, and viewed in the media and polls as losing, ended up winning.

          And, many populist candidates that only lost in the primaries, cause of cheating in one form or another.
          Ron Paul in 2012. Ballot stuffing in key state, with a 30 second power outage, and when lights came back on, there,was an extra box of ballots on the table.
          C’mon, man!
          They allow populist candidates in the primary, cause it generates enthusiasm. Then, they cheat to guarantee the,Uniparty hack wins, and both faces of the party do it.
          Anyway, PDJT can’t do it, WE have to clean up the RepubliCAN party.

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  20. mr.piddles says:

    Game Plan: effing hammer effing Zebley.

    Zebley wants to play? Okay, let’s play some effing ball, then. All (R) questions… 100%… go to Zebley. Make Mueller sit there like an idiot with a dumb look on his face. Make Nadler and Schiff sit there with stupid looks on their idiot faces.

    The DOJ guidance letter was addressed to and directed at Mueller specifically. If Zebley doesn’t want to answer the hard questions, remind him he is not bound by the DOJ guidance letter — other than what is otherwise covered under “DOJ policy”, redacted material, and potentially privileged material. Zebley, like Mueller, can’t “expound” on analysis and conclusions beyond the contents the report… but he can be asked the relevant hard questions outside of the report. Zebley is mot bound to “the four corners”.

    Question #1: Mr. Zebley, what day and time did you first learn that you would be requested to appear here today in the capacity of a witness? And who requested your appearance?

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    • Rhoda R says:

      Except Nadler specifically stated that he wanted this to be Mueller’s show. Talk about having cakes while eating cakes.


  21. Bonitabaycane says:

    Mueller needs a fluffer…..sorry, I couldn’t resist.

    I am a Deplorable. 🙂


  22. Magabear says:

    I guess Mueller found out the questions the GOP reps were going to grill him with and cried “help”! 😲


  23. Moe Grimm says:

    I don’t know about all this, but it’s amazing the Cadaver is testifying at all. The only way it flies is if the re-cucks fall flat on their faces which i don’t see happening with Collins, Jordan, Nunes et al. Could the Cadaver think he’ll not be asked about the volumes of evidence, much of it FOIA via .guv, he ignored? And given what’s known, let alone in the way of indictments against Co-me 7 Co. there should be no guidelines set whatsoever as the sheer preponderance of evidence stands on its own and damn well at that. Something here simply doesn’t compute.

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    • LULU says:

      Its my guess (and that of others) that the Republicans have set up a strategy to get around the way this joint committee hearing was set up (great numbers of participants; limited time for answers) so that a few will carry the ball. Others will give them their time. Jordan is one who usually is a chosen one. I can see others who might be given the same task.


      • Dutchman says:

        I THINK the Dems whole plan, has been based on RE-ACTING, rather than initiating.
        Just as “SHE was supposed to win”, Mueller was ‘supposed’ to, firstly trigger PDJT to fire him, leading ti Impeachment.
        When that didn’t work, Mueller team was supposed to keep going, right through 2020.
        When (apperently) Barr told them to wrap it up, the Dems have tried to established the narrative that the,Administration (“Trump”) is covering up/blocking “the truth”.

        Hence, delaying (by mueller team) hiliting grand jury material, causing 2 week delay. Now, calling Mueller hoping Barr would block testimony.
        He didn’t (darn!). Now, playing funny games at last minute, trying to find a way to have Mueller NOT testify, while blaming it on Republicans/Trump.

        This may actually be,worse for Dems, than blasey-ford and Michael Cohen, combined.

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  24. Zorro says:

    Besides Zebley will a Cardinal or Bishop be there to document events for Herr Mueller’s canonization into sainthood? Comey’s Tweet’s can’t be the only evidence.

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  25. Only ML can stop this shit show…are those commies/socialists/anarchists will be allowed to do this circus include circus on border to the forth year of PDJT presidency ??..Absence of perp walk of coup beauties to GITMO only encourage them.


  26. glissmeister says:

    Dangerous business, this. Fraught with peril and perfidy, parasitically infested with depraved and hideous bad actors.

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  27. Moe Grimm says:

    First time I’ve heard of “Lawfare”. And this Benjamin Wittes is quite a character. Along with Weissman, Schiff, Nadler, Goldstein et al, the omnipresent tribe is again satanically present and accounted for.

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    • sysconfig says:

      Nice catch Moe!! ..Incredibllw that Wittes said the same thing Strzock Said..about having an Insurance policy!
      “This is why I keep life insurance, even though I have a much lower than seven percent chance of dying this year. And while I don’t think I have a 16 percent chance of major medical expenses either, I still maintain a health insurance policy, as do other healthy people who know what’s good for them. Responsible people plan for disasters of this likelihood; and while the Sunday shows yesterday were full of talk of whether the presidential race is over, a major party candidate for president always has a chance of prevailing.


      So our democracy needs a health insurance policy.”

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  28. Invisigoth says:



  29. mtg50 says:

    Jordan, Meadows, Nunes and the facts vs. Mueller, Zebly and the MSM. I like our chances.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. mr.piddles says:

    Seem to be seeing conflicting reports on whether or not Zebley will be sworn in as a witness, or sit beside Mueller as counsel only.


    “For the first hearing, Zebley will sit alongside Mueller as his counsel, according to the Judiciary Committee spokesperson. The committee, however, is not updating its guidance to include Zebley as a witness. This means that Zebley will not be sworn in. Mueller can confer with him as he is questioned by the panel, according to committee rules, but cannot answer questions.

    The ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee, Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia, said Tuesday that GOP members had “not gotten assurances from the House Democrats on the committee that he [Zebley] will not speak.”

    “He’s not supposed to speak in that role to anyone on the committee or asked questions. And we’re asking, and, frankly, that that be confirmed before the hearing. So we don’t have to waste time with it tomorrow,” Collins said.”

    So, as of 2PM, Collins is not sure what Zebley’s role will be. He hadn’t gotten assurances from the Dems as to Zebley’s role.

    Also, that’s just Judiciary… in addition:

    “Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said Tuesday during a conversation at the Center for American Progress that his panel was still working out what Zebley’s function might be.”

    I’m not convinced at this point that Zebley’s role is locked down. We’ve already seen that the Congressional Co-Conspirators have no problem bending the rules.

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  31. benifranlkin says:

    The Boss has prolly been on the phone talking to The Barr, doncha think?

    “Donald J. Trump

    Verified account

    Follow Follow @realDonaldTrump
    Just got back only to hear of a last minute change allowing a Never Trumper attorney to help Robert Mueller with his testimony before Congress tomorrow. What a disgrace to our system. Never heard of this before. VERY UNFAIR, SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED. A rigged Witch Hunt!”

    4:32 PM – 23 Jul 2019

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  32. Moe Grimm says:

    Can’t keep this to myself. Not a subscriber to Twatter or Facekok, but links to it abound. Rode a link to Co-me off an article on Zebley and Wittes. quite a story. It is stunning Co-me made it to the top of the fbi. Truly an idiot. A self-aggrandized idiot and a dangerous idiot at that. Scroll down and check his musings. Sick stuff. This is RICH. One who really needs to be put to sleep.This is his banner statement under his smiling face: “Former FBI Director, current husband, father, and grandfather(!), writing and speaking about ethical leadership, taller and funnier in person.” Teaches “ethics” at William & Mary. Can’t. make. This. Up.

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  33. Zorro says:

    For giggles, bring in Trey Gowdy to whisper in the ears 👂 of Republicans.


  34. Moe Grimm says:

    Not a subscriber to Twatter or Facekok, but links to it abound. Rode a link to Co-me off an article on Zebley and Wittes. What a crew of creeps. It is stunning Co-me made it to the top of the fbi. Truly an idiot: A self-aggrandized idiot and a dangerous idiot at that. Scroll down and check his musings. Sick stuff. This is RICH. One who really needs to be put to sleep.This is his banner statement under his smiling face: “Former FBI Director, current husband, father, and grandfather(!), writing and speaking about ethical leadership, taller and funnier in person.” Teaches “ethics” at William & Mary. Cannot Make. This. Up: Former FBI Director, current husband, father, and grandfather(!), writing and speaking about ethical leadership, taller and funnier in person. Anyway, this;

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  35. Troublemaker10 says:

    Zebley is going to advise Mueller on answers because Mueller hasn’t read the Mueller report yet. Just sayin’……


  36. Blind no Longer says:

    Mueller has no clue what during the Witch hunt! Hell he probably never showed up for anything except the day his big fat taxpayer paycheck was handed out to him! He doesn’t know diddley squat about what went on, thus he has to have somebody there that can help him with the approved script… so he doesn’t look like the clueless crooked bastard that he is!
    These people need to go to jail!


  37. Jenevive says:

    Someone should tweet… why does Robert Mueller
    need help answering question in HIS report that HE
    wrote (I know) about HIS investigation?


  38. Greg n says:

    Interesting the Republicans should have equal time with Mueller to the Dems are obstructing justice.


  39. Whitehouse Clown says:

    Mueller is mentally incompetent and incapable of testifying. Extensive coaching has failed to result in consistent testimony. There is a very real possibility that the meeting will be canceled at the last minute.

    Liked by 1 person

    • CNN_sucks says:

      You maybe right. A deputy suddenly showing up with him is an attempt to salvage his reputation and to answer question in his behalf because he has no freaking clue. In other words, he is just the errand boy of the DNC.


    • G. Alistar says:

      And I believe NOT in a derogatory manner….when I watched his nine minute press briefing in May, it seemed as if he has some type of early onset dementia. Could not read a simple statement without numerous mistakes and misspoken statements. He may have Alzheimers?


  40. bullnuke says:

    Just another example of liberals bending and breaking long established house rules. You can bet the liberals in the senate are drooling just thinking about what they will do when they get power back. Trash the filibuster?


  41. meadowlarkspring says:

    Ah! Aaron Zebley. #We’veGotOneHellofaTeamGoing
    Tie Mueller/Zebley duo to Page/Strzok duo would be my suggestion to the Republicans for tomorrow.

    Strzok-Page texts reveal frustration, scramble after Comey firing: ‘DYING down here’
    April 27, 2018
    By Brooke Singman, | Fox News


    On May 17, 2017, the day Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate Russian meddling and potential collusion with Trump campaign associates, Strzok texted Page notifying her.

    “News announcing Mueller,” he wrote. “You could go work with Aaron for him…you heard it from me first…;) And you go to Wilmer when it’s done.”

    There are two “Aaron”s on the special counsel team – Aaron Zebley and Aaron Zelinsky. But the message may have been referring to Zebely, a former partner at law firm WilmerHale and former chief of staff to Mueller when he served as FBI director.

    “We’ve got one hell of a team going…” Page wrote to Strzok.

    “Yes we do,” Strzok replied.

    The following day, Strzok told Page he talked to Zebley “in the context of getting [redacted] under Mueller’s authority, not the team.”

    Strzok and Page both joined Mueller’s team in 2017.


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  42. Tl Howard says:

    Did you just see the ad just now on Hannity’s show, an ad on Bob Muellar. The ad shows a heroic Bob Muellar during Nam, speaks of his wonderful reputation, shows clips of Turtle and Graham and Barr praising Muellar, then reminds audience he testifies tomorrow. A voice over says, “Paid for by Republicans for the Rule of Law.”

    Hmmm. Sounds like an ad run by the likes of Bill Kristol. Anyone know?

    Liked by 1 person

  43. lee says:

    I would be in favor of a military takeover if the military promised to round up the ruling trash and hold publlic hangings. no trials. hang their immediate families before hanging them, use confiscated wealth to pay off debt and give their residences and lands to military veterans and current service members

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    • Lester Smith says:

      The puppet will have one of his handlers with him. This guy was brought in to be the fixer. Muellers baby sitter will be there to guide the fible old man


  44. Ben G says:

    The special counsel’s report describes no conspiracy against the government of the United States and at least ten instances where there was efforts on the part of the president to obstruct justice. The final judgment on these issues rests in the Article I powers of the US House of Representatives to determine if they will undertake an inquiry to determine if articles of impeachment shall be referred to the US Senate for trial. Fortunately, an election will be held next year as the final arbiter of all this controversy. Until then, let the facts speak rather than the partisan jockeying.


  45. CNN_sucks says:

    Mueller looking more like an old fool. He has to have a deputy to testify because it will only shows how mumblingfool, corrupt, incompetent and criminal that he really is..


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