Rep. John Ratcliffe Exposes Weissmann and Mueller’s Twisted Interpretation of DOJ Rules….

Representative John Ratcliffe questions how Robert Mueller presented an investigative finding with no evidence of guilt, yet simultaneously states the investigation “would not exonerate” the President.  Ratcliffe crushed the construct of Mueller and left the biased special counsel speechless and jaw-agape.  WATCH:

“Donald Trump is not above the law, but he damned sure also shouldn’t be below the law”…

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141 Responses to Rep. John Ratcliffe Exposes Weissmann and Mueller’s Twisted Interpretation of DOJ Rules….

  1. freepetta says:

    Glad Johnny Radcliffe is on both of these committees. He is an excellent prosecutor with a cat 🐱 that ate the canary smile 👍🏻

    Liked by 37 people

  2. Paul Paul says:

    Darn it. No transcript. No speakers here at the work comp, don’t you know…

    Not that I would, um, er, watch videos during work…

    Have to wait ’til I get home.

    Liked by 9 people

  3. AdamSelene says:

    That was excellent.

    Liked by 11 people

  4. Sentient says:

    I believe the legal term for that is an “epic bitch slap”.

    Liked by 22 people

  5. Q&A says:

    John Ratcliffe is what Trey Gowdy should have been.

    Liked by 26 people

  6. Shark24 says:

    In old computer terms, Rep John Ratcliffe is working at a 28.8k baud rate and Mueller’s can’t even handle a 300 baud rate connection for understanding the info flow. Mueller is out of his league.

    Liked by 14 people

  7. cheering4america says:

    Pretty fervent defense of the law as it applies to our President.

    It occurs to me that a lot of people who were marginal about supporting our President, having been forced into defending him from all of the astro-turfing, lies, smears, verbal assaults, repeated defamations, etc., are probably much more passionate in their support of him as a result of being placed in this position. This would also apply to walk-aways, and just those who, not considering themselves walking away, realize that what is being done to him is not fair, civilized, or just.

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      Lindsey Grahamnesty, Ted Cruz, and Rand Paul come to mind.

      Liked by 2 people

    • littlequilterkitty says:

      This is a defense of the law for ALL Americans! Excellent delivery by Rep. Radcliffe.

      Liked by 15 people

      • Rhoda R says:

        It is. And I am a little surprised that it wasn’t raised the first time that Mueller came out with his “I couldn’t exonerate him” nonsense. Although I admit that I didn’t think of my distaste of the line in terms of “Innocent until proven guilty” myself. But now that the idea is out there we need to shout it from the roof tops.

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    • I will also suggest, that many who did support this President (many former military with lets say “special something etc” or “scout” etc. in all institutions) are having a very hard Time doing so now.

      The lack of prosecutorial conduct has many with a very sour taste in their mouth. ACTION beats REACTION. This president is reacting and playing politics in their view and are very tired of it.

      Making plans as needed.

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      • Isaac, I would only point out to you right now that … whatever “prosecutorial conduct” might be taking place right now, actually must be in secret. Criminal indictments are not handed down by Government departments: they are handed down (even in your home town) by Grand Juries composed of ordinary citizens, who meet in secret and whose deliberations are sealed. Only the text of the indictment itself, if there is one, becomes a public document.

        Consider this: if Mr. Epstein had had any idea at all that a Grand Jury had convened and had handed down two criminal indictments against him, he never would have flown into America on that airplane. He walked onto the tarmac never expecting “you’re under arrest.” That’s the only reason why they caught the b*stard. And the same principles apply here: we want criminal indictments which will withstand everything that the world’s best-paid defense lawyers will throw against them. Nothing less will do. And, secrecy is a critical tool in achieving that. Frustrating though it may be to all of us members of the “Court of Public Opinion.”

        (Yes, I am every bit as frustrated as you are …)

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        • REad my statements again.

          I am reflecting what “they” are saying. I am trying to keep them hanging on. I tell them and explain how the process works. It is starting to fall on deaf ears. There has not been ONE prosecution of any low level operative. It has come to the point that I just don’t say anything though as a reply when they ask WHEN WHEN WHEN. because I can’t see it either.

          There is that point. And Action does beat Reaction.

          Barr is SUSPECT, even our host seems to be suggesting that. Which also brings up their points about who appoints to these positions. I know Barrs history, and well, we will see.

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        • I would also like to point out that in regard to Mr Barr’s history with the FBI prosecution of the shooter in the Ruby Ridge shooting. I state this to them.

          The history and choices of John Adams when he chose to represent and English officer in court. If you don’t know about that and many probably do not, it is something I hold Mr Adams in regard for.

          Though the law profession is now controlled and the system is corrupt.

          The civil war enough said.

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      • FrankieZee says:

        What exactly are you talking about?

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      • amjean says:

        President Trump is not a prosecutor or an attorney general.

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    • Yy4u says:

      More likely the idiots finally realized this would have happened to ANY Repub who beat Hillary. You can bet it wasn’t just Trump they were spying on.

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    • MelH says:

      STILL, even some of the Republicans are sticking to the narrative that Russia helped give us an illegitimate President by hacking the DNC server and giving the contents to Wikileaks. Even Hillary will today say that Comey cost her the election by giving wikileaks the last dump of her e-mails off the Weiner lap-top. And the ONLY time Mueller came alive was to warn us that Russia attacked our computers and they are “doing it as we sit here.” Until there is a perp walk that includes Brennan and Comey, that Russia narrative is cemented in place.

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  8. Kristin DeBacco says:

    Great questions,observations, comments and a true indictment of Mueller and its ilk.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. MitchSteel says:

    Of course the Special Counsel cant exonerate…same way they cant indict either…pesky laws.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Invisigoth says:

      THEIR JOB IS TO BRING CHARGES OR STFU.

      Liked by 9 people

      • michael says:

        I think they present findings to the AG, they do not bring charges. Hard to believe what I watched this AM. Suggest Mueller has been sniffing yellowcake.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        That was the whole point of Radcliffe’s statement. INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY. The accuse doesn’t NEED to be ‘exonerated’ – he/she – is pre-exonerated. It is up to the prosecution to show him/her guilty to overcome that ‘exonerated’ state.

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  10. mr.piddles says:

    Bob Mueller got Ratcliffe’d.

    Liked by 16 people

  11. Invisigoth says:

    That was up there with “Have you no decency, sir?” Still waiting for declassification and indictments, but loving Mueller’s face plant today.

    Liked by 7 people

  12. mr.piddles says:

    The other thing that makes this a killer is that the “exoneration” nonsense extends beyond the Weissman/Mueller Dossier itself, and can be attributed to Mueller’s own public statements on May 29th. So that’s like inadvertent Double B-Slap action.

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  13. Donzo says:

    That’s why I said earlier Radcliffe hit it out of the park and why also I referred in another comment to Mueller saying he was not familiar with the ethics requirements. Radcliffe’s performance was the single most damning part of the hearing. He makes a simple, common sense point about basic jurisprudence that Mueller violated the cornerstone of prosecutorial conduct: You indict or not. And if not the prosecutor’s job is finished and must not criminally or otherwise implicate the target in any wrong-doing. Bedrock.

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  14. Sanj says:

    I hope I never have to be prosecuted by Ratcliffe. Ouch!!

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Bryan Alexander says:

    This was a purely eviscerating set of questions. Ratcliff just buried Mueller with that set of questions.

    Liked by 8 people

  16. JAS says:

    No wonder they picked him to head the special counsel. Mueller is plainly senile. Just played figurehead while Weismann drove the ship.

    Liked by 11 people

  17. Ospreyzone says:

    If there is one thing that is absolutely clear from these hearings, it is that Robert Mueller had no hand in steering this Special Counsel ship of fools. Hell, he wasn’t even on the bridge. What a tool-bag.

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  18. Christine Jost says:

    That was great! But, I honestly feel sorry for Mueller. He looks TERRIBLE. I mean really terrible. Like he might keel over any second terrible.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      It was at that moment that Robert Mueller realized he just flipped is own Arkancide switch.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Pale rider says:

      “ActOR actOR” don’t buy it.

      Liked by 2 people

      • MelH says:

        It was no act. He’s old and senile and I’m shocked to bits and pieces he agreed to today’s grilling, given that he didn’t know squat about the Report he signed off on. Don’t you wonder how much of the $25 million he got for sitting on the nest and keeping the eggs warm?

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    • Dave says:

      I can’t feel sorry for him. He hasn’t seen a fraction of the trouble he brought down on Trump, but this furtive, bullying puke is a limp dishrag without the DOJ apparatus to shield him.

      Meanwhile, look at the President. He keeps getting bigger and they keep getting smaller.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        I do not feel one bit sorry for Bob Mueller. This man has spent 45 years putting innocent people in jail and being totally corrupt in every aspect of his life. He is unrepentant. Let him live with the consequences.

        Liked by 5 people

    • FrankieZee says:

      Feel sorry for him? This man has ruined countless lives with his powers as FBI director. He is a criminal that should be shown NO MERCY.

      Liked by 6 people

    • donna kovacevic says:

      No feeling sorry for that evil corrupt govnar. Guilty on many counts. He made his bed now karma comes. By the grace of God he did not keel over, but I would not have cared either way if he did. Hey Mueller remember walking to church with your wife, well there is a God and He sees all.

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  19. TwoLaine says:

    WE disagree with your characterization too. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  20. sI19mO62n says:

    Michael Turner Ohio in Intell Committee backs this up
    with his “where is the Department of Exoneration at the DOJ?”

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Zippy says:

    Andrew Weissmann should be the very next coup conspirator to be questioned since Mueller was obviously just the figurehead.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    This is what I wish the Republicans were like all the time.
    Excellent

    Liked by 12 people

  23. Binkser1 says:

    Love that he called them the Democrat Socialists.😁

    Liked by 8 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Yes. Slipped that right into his remarks as a statement of obvious fact. Very shrewd.

      Liked by 5 people

    • progpoker says:

      If I heard correctly, he referred to Democrats and Socialists doing a dramatic reading. LOL! Guess he’s leaving up to us to categorize each!!

      Liked by 1 person

      • I think that his opinion is that there are both “Democrats” and “Socialists” in the House. And, this is probably accurate. There really are two very different “Democratic Parties” out there right now.

        There was, in fact, a formal “Socialist Party” in our nation at one time. Perhaps someone should bring that third-party designation back. I think it would be much more accurate.

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        • Binkser1 says:

          There might be two different Den parties but all of them have tried to frame and get rid of a duly elected president based on lies. There is no difference in my mind.

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      • Binkser1 says:

        You’re right, progpoker. I misheard. Was still great that he got in the Socialist dig.

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    • watch the clip again and look at the reactions in this smack down with the guys over Mules shoulders. Especially the dude over his left shoulder (m’stash man). PRiceless. All those guys during both hearings you could see were “revealing”.

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        Stash man spent most of the day with his arms crossed in front of his body. He knew very early how poorly this day was progressing for Mueller and the Dems.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      I wonder how many caught that?

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  24. bessie2003 says:

    Mueller having been used by Weissman to perpetuate this sham – will the old-timer deep staters turn on Weissman for completely ruining any and all modicum of self-respect Mueller and company may have had before he was brought in to front for Weissman’s abetting Clinton’s 2+ year tantrum?

    That would be fun to watch. Because any honor that Mueller may have thought his name and reputation carried was buried forever today. He will forever be known as a tool and fool for Clinton’s pay-back machine.

    Sad. But richly deserved.

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    • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

      Reminds me of a thought I had when watching the ‘afternoon activity at the retirement center’, .Just where was the Activity Director, Andy Weissman??
      Don’t they usually allow service Pitbulls into the Center to calm the residents?

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  25. DocHawk says:

    Tell me if I missed it but with all the discussion today about Russia’s interference in our election and the hacking of the DNC and Hillary’s emails, why wasn’t there a question to Mueller about why he didn’t look at the DNC servers and why he took the opinion of Crowdstrike (paid by Hillary and the DNC) that they were hacked by Russia? Sorry for the long sentence but don’t get it. Nothing either about Assange not getting the emails from Russia.

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    • Perhaps insert picture of blue eyed baby telling you to “sussshhh”

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    • MelH says:

      DocHawk, that’s exactly what made me enraged, all that talk about Russia’s interference and no Republican setting the record straight. The Democrats were organized, scripted, all rehearsed and played their parts well, with visual aids on top of it. The Republicans who got to speak were ‘to each his own’, such that most had little impact because their time was too short to provide context, one to another. Notice every Democrat Speaker ended with “No person is above the law”. Their organization was impressive.

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  26. William Schneider says:

    Has anyone mentioned that Rep. Ratcliff just demonstrated again why he would make a great president of the USA one day-we hope soon after Don’s second term in that office. Ratcliff is brilliant, strong, handsome, and above all a man of integrity and faith. I would gladly fight to see this man our president.

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  27. Marie Shipley says:

    So, is Hillary Clinton unpatriotic and maybe even committed treason because she used foreign adversaries’ “information” against her political opponent?

    Liked by 2 people

  28. GenEarly says:

    Comrade Wiseman ran this Inquisition, Muler was selected by the FIB-DoInJ Obamy cabal as a Putz figurehead. Muler had no choice he was already a dirty cop Swampster.
    This Deep State is either destroyed or the country will be torn asunder.

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  29. cdor1 says:

    Ratcliffe is a stud. Mueller is only a face. It’s apparent to me, anyway, that Mueller has lost some mental capacity. I have begun to wonder if he ever was really running this Special Council show. GET TRUMP should have been the title at the top of his report.

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  30. cdor1 says:

    I see, as I now read some other comments, many here see the same as I.

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  31. mtk says:

    In team Mueller’s legal logic, the reason why ‘obstruction’ can’t be ruled out?

    Is because the President is still the President, so he must have obstructed, and has nothing to do with the EXPOSED political hypocrisy that sought to ‘entrap’ the President using the investigative powers of the FBI, the legal might of the DOJ and the statecraft of the intelligence community that was all willfully deployed by journalists within the aligned MSM community.

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  32. marc kotlovker says:

    After today, who do we speak to about a refund for an overpaid washed up disaster of a sc ?

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Raquel says:

    I’ve never been more proud of the Republicans than today!

    Liked by 3 people

  34. 13wasylyna says:

    Bravo Bravo…..only missing was a slap on the cheek with a glove and an offer to meet outside at 20 paces

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  35. Gary Lacey says:

    I wonder how many Democrats comprehend what John Ratcliffe told Mueller, I wonder how many Democrats will have the same look on their faces as Mueller, I say 93%.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      I disagree. Most Dims are too blinded by hate so see or comprehend what Rep. Ratcliffe said. Take away your 3 and maybe you are closer to the actual number.

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  36. Christian Warren says:

    Representative Ratcliffe beat RM like a rented Muleface. Classic!

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  37. mike diamond says:

    Radcliff nailed it, All this time Mueller has been working with the demo-rats in the evil plot,to blame President Trump! Look close at Muellers,face, he has been exposed,and he knows it,

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  38. Ray says:

    DiGenova who is usually too enthusiastic about what is happening . His partner cameup with something really solid and uplifting on Lou Dobbs . People should check it out.
    It sounds like real things to nab some people are moving forward.

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  39. Conservative_302 says:

    Ratliff is spot on. Trump is not below the law which is how they’ve been treating him for 3 years. My gosh! It truly is a miracle from God he survived. God bless Trump!

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