Scheme Team Ploy – Mueller asked Barr for Letter Outlining Testimony Restrictions….

The media has been apoplectic in selling outrage over the U.S. Department of Justice sending a letter to Robert Mueller with guidelines for his testimony.   House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler appeared on morning TV shows today to decry the hubris of the letter calling it “incredibly arrogant” of Bill Barr to send such instructions.

However, in the background, for those who watch these manufactured events, you can see that everything around this “letter” was staged.  Everything around this letter was intentionally designed by the Lawfare group; which includes Jerry Nadler’s staff.

Yes, it is revealed today…. the Lawfare staff of Chairman Nadler -who are coordinating with Mueller’s staff- requested the letter to set-up a manufactured narrative before the testimony.  Essentially, team Nadler and team Mueller requested the letter, so that Nadler could decry it.  That’s the textbook definition of manufacturing outrage:

(Reuters) House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said Mueller did not need to follow the instructions contained in the letter.

“He does not have to comply with that letter. He doesn’t work for them. And that letter asks things that are beyond the power of the agency to ask even if he still worked for them,” Nadler said in a CNN interview.

“I think it’s incredibly arrogant of the department to try to instruct him in what to say,” Nadler added. “It’s part of the ongoing cover-up by the administration to keep information away from the American people.”

A spokesman for Mueller, Jim Popkin, said the letter had been received but declined further comment. (Link)

See what they are doing?

Notice how the Mueller “spokesman” doesn’t refute the narrative?

See the scheme?

This is what Lawfare does folks.  This is all they know to do; and the media selling the narrative is all just part of the plan…. It’s ridiculous in the extreme.

Here’s the Letter:


It’s all a staged performance folks…. all of it.

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276 Responses to Scheme Team Ploy – Mueller asked Barr for Letter Outlining Testimony Restrictions….

  1. Don McAro says:

    So what is anyone going to do about it?

    Liked by 2 people

  2. bundydad901 says:

    We have another case of collusion, Barr-Mueller, unless of course you’re in denial. Our waiting is over when we accept what is in front of us.

    Liked by 6 people

  3. My take is that the Trump / Justice offensive, although rapidly running out of time, is not to begin until the defense has played their last card. The President seemed truly disappointed when democrats didn’t accept the Mueller Report and continued spinning the collusion / obstruction garbage. Tomorrow will be of no consequence in the long term. It will be a one day story just like Michael Cohen & John Dean’s “testimony” . . . . and it is their last card of any consequence.

    Yes Barr & Mueller go way back. . . . back to before the Clinton’s and their Arkansas Mafia rolled into D.C. in ‘93. I think Mueller was used and duped. He was nothing but a name and impressive figurehead for the conspirators of a failed coup. Maybe Barr wants to let his pal Mueller slink away from the spotlight (stage kept) as a face saving gesture before the shit hits.

    In any event, it better happen soon….REAL SOON.

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    • jnr2d2 says:

      Simple questions for Mueller. Mr Mueller, did you write any part of the two documents? This is a yes/no question and does not go outside the four corners of your report.
      No? So then you are fine with how every sentence as framed? See where this can go?
      Yes? Well tell us what part or parts, please be specific. You can see where this can lead too.
      Prosecutors ask simple questions to elicit clear yes no answers. In this way he builds a case that closes in on the truth, and catches lies as well.
      Not like a politician that pontificates so long the the witness can say anything, not answer the question because of run on sentences a mile long, and still not lie to Congress!


  4. Ollie Hadfield says:

    I believe AG Barr is working in the background with President Trump and at the right timing will expose the Swamp! Just my opinion!

    Liked by 6 people

  5. Phflipper says:

    My take on a swamp. – Anything living within a swamp is part of that ecosystem. I will let others decide for themselves who actually live in any swamp.

    My take on the DOJ answer to Mueller’s guidance request. – Look, you have already told all of America what you are willing to do or say. Buck up, be a man and follow through with yourself.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jnr2d2 says:

      The DOJ directive gives Mueller the cover to NOT go outside the four corners of the document. If he does, he’s in legal jeopardy as he is a private citizen now. That’s why he needs a “handler”


  6. Ammo Up says:

    I really think tomorrow will be a good gauge of where we are at in this process! I’m going to tape the damn thing for my afternoon buffet and then enjoy the tick ticks and booms (not)!

    Here’s where I’m afraid we are at and like Sundance said previously this is all staged. Folks need to understand that there is some serious stuff going down with Iran and these dangerous criminals in DC would rather take us to war than to have the tables overturned!

    We don’t just have Military Blackhawks running classified missions over Washington if Our President was not concerned about attacks or even threats against His family. Something is going down and this Deep State is either going to attempt to try and start the greatest Civil War this country has ever seen or they are going for a bloody coup!

    Ammo Up


  7. butch cassidy says:

    geez, people making all kinds of doom and gloom predictions. This goes on a lot here, one day it’s a disaster the next day all is well again. We are going to know soon enough what’s going to happened tomorrow. I don’t understand making wild predictions then the next day say “oh, didn’t see that coming”. I’m not saying trust the plan, I say trust your president.

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    • Dutchman says:

      My opinion, this is going to be the biggest nothingburger since Gerardo Ravirez (hat tip to “my name is earl)
      Went for Al Capones vault.

      First there was Michael Cohen tetimony, epic fail.
      Then Blasey-Ford, MORE epic fail.
      And now,Mueller biggest epic fail of all.
      The Dems,will try to spin their narrative, NOT with Muellers answers, but with their questions.

      And then they will say Barr, Trumps hand picked AG, prevented Mueller from answering.

      And all you have to do, to confirm the,Dems have failed, is view the homepage, yesterday. Scroll to the,DEMOCRAT voter, a self avowed “not a,Trumper” who says its obvious the Democrats went after Trump for no reason, except they didn’t likr him. (Paraphrasing).

      THAT is there target audience.
      They tried, everything they could, to shake his deplorable support. Didn’t work.
      And, the,Impeach 45 crap was to gin up there base, and its losing them.

      I know people say “Don’t be “overconfident”, but when people are saying that, it means ya gotta pretty good reason to feel confident!

      I certainly didn’t feel this confident in mid 2014, 16 Months from the election that changed the coarse of History.

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  8. Neil says:

    What is with the popups on ct site. Contests and wheel games that can’t be shut off. Please clean up ur firewall.


  9. IMO, at this point in President TRUMP’S Presidency, people already know if they will vote for him or the dem nominee.

    I think there are very few fence sitters. President Trump has already changed the minds of those people, by his actions and accomplishments thus far. The campaigning will be to keep those people feeling they WANT to vote for him.

    There is precious little that he could do to make any of us jump off the train, not vote or vote for a dem.

    The rabid left will NEVER be brought to his and our side.

    So, no matter what happens tomorrow it will not change a single person’s mind.

    So let the circus begin.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      IMO without indictments BEFORE the 2020 election that prove this was a organized coup to take down a sitting President, voter fraud will beat PT.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Rhoda R says:

      Bambam: I think you are right. This is going to be an election about getting the voters motivated to get out there and vote as well as how much fraud the dnc can gin up.

      Liked by 4 people

  10. Scott says:

    I see this as Mueller begging to Barr to only discuss what is in the report. Yea, it might prevent the repubs from asking hard questions, but it also won’t let him ramble on about opiniobe, he can only comment on what is in the report. He needs that dude to tell him what is in the report and to tell him that a question is outside the scope. He’s been warned about executive privilege as well.

    This will be just a rehash of his prior press release and will continue to be open-ended. I doubt there will be any new revelatiobe, because there can’t be.

    Personally i think Barr should be there to represent the DOJ.

    But im also wondering if Mueller was begging Barr to block him from testifying.

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    • ATheoK says:

      Mueller was a figurehead, not a leader.

      Weissman did all of the orchestrating. Where even his vaunted skills at foul play left the team without provable crimes against Trump.

      The question begs whether Mueller is able to remember what is and what is not in the report?
      AG Barr’s letter to Mueller dictates that Mueller must keep to what is contained within the report; And it must be unredacted.
      Mueller’s memory/mind/senility strays or lapses just a little and Mueller is toast;ready for reprimand, censure, rebuked and charged with any number of piddling charges.

      I do wish the FBI was up to their reputation and recording everything lawfare cooks up with the coup plotters behind the scenes. Be nice to clear the barnyard of all the foul critters at one time.


  11. Kelly Heltsley says:

    Their fake outrage does not concern me

    Liked by 1 person

  12. dogsmaw says:

    In this day and age…time is limited so the demand for live action…So Let the Show Begin

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Jederman says:

    “…This is what Lawfare does folks. This is all they know to do; and the media selling the narrative is all just part of the plan….”

    It’s all they CAN do, and at this point, it’s all they NEED to do.

    Justice will not prevail by playing Lawfare rules. Simply relying on and telling the truth in the face of unrelenting untruth is not a guarantee of success. Given the determination of the Lefty/DS/globalist to fundamentally transform this country, success is necessary.

    If/when the Left (particularly this current crazed crop) once again controls all three branches of “gvt” it’s over. Suppression of political opposition accelerates, illegals flood in, taxes and more gvt to support the influx… 2A down the tubes… .

    First move (if PT is reelected and has a move) it should be to clamp down, in the most brutal fashion, with all legal gvt force available, on the propaganda platforms. Remove that dedicated Lefty support element. Level the playing field. Then get another reliable supreme court justice on the court.


  14. Bogeyfree says:

    So when Mueller stands by his statement that it was the Russians who hacked the DNC Server and then Ty Clevenger proves it was an “inside job” via the Butowsky civil suit, what happens to Mueller and Company?


    • cboldt says:

      Nothing happens, other than a few people who learn the truth will be surprized. Prosecutors make mistakes all the time. Plenty of innocent people in jail, and plenty of guilty people go free.
      What the IC did to Trump is not illegal. Who would think to make a law that says the government can’t pitch a hoax for political advantage? There is the defamation line of civil case, but the prosecutors and investigators have court-granted immunities, and all the actors were acting in their official capacities. Abuse of power and abuse of discretion are not crimes.
      The USA is a banana republic. Most of the public senses that.


    • Zorro says:

      The former will be reported, the latter won’t. Mueller lives on to partake in the early bird special.


  15. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    The other day I watched an interview with Molly Hemingway and her co-author about their recent book. Molly mentioned something that I think is very significant and I believe it applies here. Molly talked about how prepared the WH was for the onslaught on Kavanaugh. They knew the evilcrats was going to pull something they just did not know what form it would take. The left and the media have let their anger and hatred take control of their strategic thinking process. They have allowed themselves to believe the caricature of President Trump that they created. They keep warning against that caricature. Meanwhile the VSG is always miles ahead of them. Their problem is he KNOWS them. They do not know him. Nor do they know how to self correct. They have a playbook and dag nabbit they are going to use it.

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  16. Virginia Hudson says:

    Look GD it when I was in Highschool it was special to date a West Point Cadet. Judge Moore was one. He was also young you stupid fool. The South, hell no wonder we are in the fix we are in if your thinking is any indication. And yes Moore was set up just like Kavanaugh, but you gave yourself away. He has been a good conservative Judge for years. You and your ilk destroyed him.

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  17. Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

    Score one for Team Mueller. I guess this will be added to the dems “Trump associated convictions” in tomorrow hrg.

    Liked by 1 person

    • covfefe999 says:

      Bijan Rafiekian, Flynn’s ex business partner, for those who don’t want to click on the link.

      Hardly a win for Mueller. The Dems didn’t want Bijan Rafiekian. They wanted Trump or one of his kids.


      • Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

        I didn’t think I’d have to explain this…..

        Kian, Manafort, Pappa, Cohen, GRU ghosts…surely you don’t think the dems differentiate ANYONE charged by Mueller as
        being unaffiliated w/ Trump?

        Nor do they dissuade their base from linking this to Trump. Look no further than the media if you still believe they won’t use this.


    • Regrets– didn’t intend to ‘like’ that comment… WordPress has a mind of its own.


  18. youme says:

    Note the DOJ letter is signed by Bradley Weinsheimer

    On August 31, 2017 Weinsheimer signed a Declaration in response to a FOIA request that the DOJ has no record of the FBI monitoring the communications at Trump Tower:

    “[T]he Department of Justice — including NSD — has no records responsive to Plaintiff’s request inasmuch as it seeks records of alleged wiretapping of then-Candidate Trump in Trump Tower by President Obama prior to the election, as referenced in the March 4, 2017, tweet.”




    • jnr2d2 says:

      Either who ever wrote the FOIA question can not write a clear and over arcing question like: ” Please provide all surveillance reports, documents, analysis, including raw communications – written or verbal or electronic, thru any technical means or direct human source, whether directly present or thru an inserted asset.”


      • jnr2d2 says:

        Or they didn’t come back to the DOJ to clarify the inadequacy of their response. Either way it seems incompetent!


  19. Robert Smith says:

    I’d ask Mueller if he has secretly retained Zebley as his counsel.


    • jnr2d2 says:

      Good question. Here’s one for Sundance. Why, if the Mueller investigation is complete does everyone still refer to “His” team? Didn’t some go back to his law firm, and others leave the DOJ (like Weinberger), and others back to their DOJ beat?


  20. GSparrow says:

    If these recent Legal/Political schemes and charades by the nefarious anti Trump Cabal fail, POTUS and A/G Barr had better be well prepared for the next level of attack that will be hurled against them in whatever insidious and evil form it morphs into. Especially if any indictments begin. (unlikely)

    The best way to tame these Lawfare charades and schemes is in 2020 if the GOP regains the House and deposes all of these pernicious Committee “Chairs” that are trying to depose P Trump. But the Trump voting people of 2016 and any new additions have to be energized and aware one more crucial time. Every election now seems to involve higher stakes for the nation than the previous one.

    I suspect one of the main reasons Zebly is appearing with Mueller tomorrow is to help consume and interrupt some of the 5 minute questioning segments from each Republican.


  21. Hap Hazard says:

    I believe that tomorrow’s hearing will turn out to be a major disappointment for Nadler and the dems, but that it will also be disappointing to the GOP members of Judiciary. I think Mueller will simply read from the report, and his new witness will simply refer to the report. I also believe that this has been the plan, orchestrated by Mueller, Barr and POTUS


    • covfefe999 says:

      There is no new witness. Zebley is there to assist Mueller, he will not be testifying.


      • steph_gray says:

        covfefe999, there may be a confusion about whether Zebley is a “witness” because in fact, he is, having been on the special counsel team – at least that was what I heard discussed (I think on Lou Dobbs’ show, sorry I didn’t keep track). The premise was that Zebley therefore has a conflict and should not be anywhere near this hearing.

        But no, I agree, I doubt he will say anything at the hearing except whispers into the Mulehead ear.


  22. Conundrum says:

    Would really love to see a damaging document turn up unexpectedly in the hands of Jordan or Collins that takes the special counsel down. That is a dream scenario and the way to jump start the end of this deep state conspiracy. Maximum impact and damage.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. youme says:

    Democrats also plan a social-media campaign — #ReTweetTheReport — asking celebrities and outside supporters to retweet top quotes and a “war room” to deal with rapid response messaging


  24. TreeClimber says:

    So Barr is on in it? Well damn.


    • covfefe999 says:

      Why do you think that? Mueller and Nadler cooked up this letter thing. Barr’s DOJ simply responded to Mueller’s request. And then after propaganda media blasted outrage to their dumb audience, Barr let them know what really happened.

      Liked by 3 people

  25. Truthfilter says:

    Hate to say this but wouldn’t the ongoing Durham and IG investigations serve as the cover Mueller needs to refuse to answer GOP questions about scope, origin, fisa, etc? “Ongoing investigations” were the favorite excuses of Strozk, McCabe, Ohr—-all of them. Not sure why Mueller would need any extra DOJ guidelines unless he REALLY doesn’t know what or who is being investigated by Durham and Horowitz. Since there have been no leaks and Barr has kept everyone quiet, the DOJ guidelines might be a very informative tool for finding out what and who is being looked at. If Nadler is behind the request for DOJ guidance, we can assume that this is part of his motivation.


  26. MaineCoon says:


    * Mueller’s press conference stating he would not comment outside the Report’s contents
    * Mueller advising Congressional committe he didn’t want to testify
    * Barr letter confirming same, even stating it’s general DoJ policy to not allow prosecutor’s to testify about their Report as the Report is their testimony
    * Barr publicly stated DoJ will supp;ort Mueller’s decision not to testify….

    It begs the questions: Why is Mueller deciding to testify? Why is Barr contradicting DoJ policy by allowing Mueller to testify?

    Both Barr and Mueller are contradicting DoJ policy. Who has the power to pull their strings?


    This is a farce. Really, a tradgey at POTUS and the country’s expense. It’s a play All know and execute their parts to perfection. Course, the Ds will play out their narrative which the media will perpetuate. It’s a never ending nightmare.

    Liked by 1 person

    • covfefe999 says:

      I don’t think Barr can prevent Mueller from testifying.


    • dawg says:

      That was exactly what I came here to type.

      “Mueller, you said at your press conference that was the last time you would comment on the matter. Why did you change your mind?”


  27. mr. deacon says:

    United States Code, title 18, section 1001
    The very millisecond Mueller opens his mouth and admits he participated in, and perpetuated, the greatest hoax pulled on U.S. citizens since P.T. Barnum’s Cardiff Giant; or the explosion of the Maine, he will be guilty of perjury. The media circus makes me sick. “What will you ask Mueller”?

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  28. Rynn69 says:

    I see the “scheme” between Nadler’s team and Mueller’s team, but why would this prohibit the Republicans from asking questions? Why would Barr allow them to indicate this was with DOJ authority?

    Perhaps a fellow Treeper can explain to me how on Earth Mueller’s limited testimony restrictions through a DOJ letter can silence Republican questioning and be ok with Barr?

    Now Mueller has been insulated to stick to the report and answer no other questions. How is it that Mueller and Nadler can write a “DOJ letter” to limit testimony and Barr goes along with it? Barr is protecting Mueller. How can anyone come to a different conclusion? How is it that Mueller can dictate the testimony and questions of anything? He is the Chief Perp of the Russian Hoax.

    This is an outrage that this Perp is being protected from providing answers to his coup to the American people. An outrage.


  29. dogsmaw says:

    From the article:

    “He does not have to comply with that letter. He doesn’t work for them. And that letter asks things that are beyond the power of the agency to ask even if he still worked for them,” Nadler said in a CNN interview.


  30. LULU says:

    Cliff’s Notes?

    Democrats Planning Media Blitz to Accompany Mueller’s Testimony

    House Democrats are launching an aggressive media campaign on Tuesday to accompany former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday regarding his investigation into alleged Russian collusion and obstruction, according to a report.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office has turned Mueller’s 448-page report — which found no criminal conspiracy with Russia and declined to make an assessment on obstruction — into a six-page document highlighting what they consider to be its most damning findings, The Hill reported.

    More here:


    • LULU says:

      Here it is at Scribd – be the first in your neighborhood to read it!


    • covfefe999 says:

      Maybe CNN and MSNBC will have some special Mueller Testimony music!


  31. Bogeyfree says:

    AG Barr,

    Why are you making this so hard?

    1) Confiscate the DNC Server

    2) Have your most loyal forensic team examine it.

    3) Provide Assange a level of immunity for his testimony on the DNC emails

    4) Subpoena Ratner, Butowsky, Rohrabacher and possibly Brazile on their knowledge on how Wikileaks got the DNC emails

    If it comes back that it wasn’t the Russians then you have a whole bunch of other folks to subpoena as this just turned into a coup.

    Come on man, it really isn’t that hard if you really want the truth and seek justice!

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  32. Tiffthis says:

    So, this is to protect Mueller from answering “when did you know there was no collusion?” It’s not in the report so he doesn’t have to answer. Sux bro


  33. Just like good little Communists. They really know how to push a lie.


  34. theresanne says:

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  35. icthematrix says:

    This is really quite simple. Barr and Mueller are friends. The Dims want to use Mueller testimony to paint their fuzzy picture with more color to keep the “impeach” angle going. Mueller may prefer to help them, but more than anything he is in pucker mode…cover my ass mode…keep me from going to jail mode. Barr wants to help him to some degree. Therefore he participates by responding to the “letter” sent (which they certainly talked about prior) keeping the responses to his report only…nothing outside the lines. This could frustrate Dims but will also frustrate our Republicans in trying to confront the cabal they constructed.

    Barr, I am convinced, is working to maneuver a grand compromise. His goal is to gain some modest skins from bad guys while preserving the agencies and protecting the institutions he has belonged to for so long. He needs to give Trump some victory while protecting the major swamp dwellers.

    No grand sweep of justice is coming. I hope I am wrong. Barr’s hat is not white nor black. His is a practical gray. He and swamp leaders within the GOP will convince Trump its the best he can hope for, and our President will have two choices: accept it, or go full rogue and expose everything regardless of the consequences. I do not believe President Trump will see the value in the latter. Even with exposure he will be going almost all alone against the propaganda media and the worst nukes the left can launch. With minor victories (not even likely until after the election) PDJT can focus on his remaining agenda while noting history may not treat him as harshly.


    • covfefe999 says:

      Barr is the one who shut down the Dem narrative, Why are you trying to portray him in a bad light? Barr is the reason we know Mueller ASKED for the testimony limitations in writing. If Barr had said nothing nobody would know. Now Nadler and the propaganda media all look stupid … thanks to Barr.

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    • I can’t decide if he is doing what you suggest in your second paragraph above or if he really is a solid experienced person of integrity who holds his cards close to his chest and will come through at the end with a win for truth, justice, and the American way.

      It does seem like he still thinks of “Bob” as a stand up type of guy and a friend and Wray, etc are good public servants doing their jobs. I just don’t know, but he definitely isn’t rash or a dramatic mover. I guess I am still taking a wait and see attitude. He might not be seeing this for all that it is and won’t wake up unless and until he gets hit over the head with a baseball bat.

      At the end, you’re analysis could be correct, but I really hope he will rip open his shirt and show us he is really Superman.

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      • Or, it could be none of the above… Mueller may just be a doddering old man, with mixed-form dementia which is progressively worsening, and he is either unaware, or too proud, to acknowledge it. (He DID choose to do that awful, nine minute press conference…) Instead of Mueller being put on public display and humiliated, those who are able to, are attempting to temper it, and shield Mueller from utter public ridicule.

        If Mueller performs similarly to his ‘press conference’, or worse, there would be our answer. I have no particular concern for Mueller, and if he drools on himself during his testimony, I’d be fine with that. But perhaps a wife or daughter prevailed on AG Barr to limit a stubborn Mueller’s humiliation and protect him, as much as possible, during his final appearance before he retires from public appearances altogether.

        It’s a theory…


  36. I read the person he is bringing in will answer the obstruction questions….this is where the Dems will start the big impeachment parade…this is so disgusting and the Republicans can only be outraged…as usual..ineffective because they play by rules that no longer exist while the Dems plow ahead making new rules.


  37. Tiffthis says:

    This screws the republicans more than the dems. Either he testifies or he doesn’t! No guard rails 💯


    • covfefe999 says:

      That’s not correct. It’s super bad news for the Dems, that’s why Nadler was upset. And I’ll bet he’s even more upset now that he knows Mueller himself requested the limitations in writing. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

      • Tiffthis says:

        It definitely looks bad that mueller requested it. But I think this helps the dems get a “one liner” out to be the headline all through recess.


  38. covfefe999 says:

    We have to keep the big picture in mind here, the evolution of this ridiculous circus.

    For 2+ years the Dems and their propaganda media told us that Trump and his family were going to be indicted. Remember “the walls are closing in” and “the noose is tightening”?

    In the first week of March, John Brennan said indictments were coming.

    On April 8 AG Barr held his press conference announcing the results of Mueller’s investigation. Big big big big letdown for the Dems.

    Then the Dems were angry with Mueller. He went from being a God to inept. Nadler wanted a do-over with himself as prosecutor.

    On May 29, Mueller finally spoke. And it was another big letdown. lol

    The Dems didn’t want Mueller to testify but later they changed their minds. They know it’s going to be yet another big letdown. They are carefully scripting this thing, we might need to give Mueller an Emmy or something, but Barr isn’t going to let him get away with any crap … and Mueller knows it.

    My only question: Did Nadler and Mueller together plan to request Barr’s input on Mueller’s testimony in order to craft an outrage opportunity? Or was Nadler unaware that Mueller had contacted Barr so Nadler went on to the propaganda media shows blasting Barr only to find out later Mueller had requested it. 🙂

    This might very well be the end of the witch hunt. FINALLY. Mueller won’t say anything new, the GOP will be able to relay some interesting info via questions even if Mueller can’t answer them, and when it’s all done the Dems will be crying just like they did when Kavanaugh was confirmed.

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  39. DAVID A CRAIN says:

    Maybe off topic, but who is behind this Rule of Law Republicans Ad I just saw on Fox regarding Mueller’s testimony tomorrow?


  40. namberak says:

    “It’s ridiculous in the extreme.” Yes. But as long as it works, they’ll keep pulling this garbage.


    • covfefe999 says:

      But it doesn’t work. Every thing the Dems have done has been a flop. Every single thing.

      Liked by 2 people

      • dawg says:

        That comforting thought actually occurred to me this evening. I think its a good idea to stop and think about how all these people who have been consumed with and committed to defeating, destroying, incarcerating, etc…..candidate, President-elect and President Donald Trump have completely and utterly failed at their main objective of the last 3-4 years. HIllary, Obama, ValJar, Brennan, Comey, Lynch, Strzok, etc…..all of these people, consumed with TDS, just living a loser’s existence.

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  41. dawg says:

    Why would anyone possibly think that we (the Rs) were going to get anything good out of Mueller anyway? He certainly wouldnt be trying to help President Trump. And Mueller would have “six ways from Sunday” to avoid answering any good questions from Republicans anyway, so no loss there.

    Mueller basically asked DOJ for guidelines on what he could NOT say. He simply didnt want to get himself in any trouble with Barr.

    And now, the Dems are pissed about it.

    Nadler saying that “Mueller doesnt have to obey that letter” tells me that they dont have the control over this that they thought they did.

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  42. 1970novass396 says:

    Bad Bob isn’t smart enough to have to think on his feet so help was required. I wish nothing but all the bad luck that can go Bob’s way in life. He is a pathetic person at best and that didn’t start yesterday. He has never been anything but a fixer/protector for the elite in this country.


  43. Say whatever you will about this “Lawfare Group,” but they strike me only as a group of canny lawyers who have made a ton of money telling politicians what they wanted to hear: that “actions don’t speak louder than words,” and that a man can be convicted of a high crime based on what you think that he thinks about what you’re doing, no matter what it is that you’re doing. They made at least $38 million and probably much, much more from their theories, which the actual Court system has officially dismissed as nonsense. As “not the standards that we use in the Department.”

    “That don’t impress me much …”


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