• Dear Nancy Pelosi:

    May 23, 2019

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    Posted in: 2020, Trump


     
    This could all be over in an afternoon.

    Nancy Pelosi, subpoena Mueller. Ask him one question: “Why didn’t you indict Trump for obstruction?”
     

    If Mueller says “the evidence was not there,” this is over. Shut up and have the 2020 election.

    If Mueller says “I intended Congress to weigh the evidence via impeachment hearings,” open the hearings that same hour.

     
    For the rest of us, ask yourselves why the Dems ignore the simple resolution above in favor of endless name calling, contempt motions, legal challenges, and a likely Supreme Court fight. Are they afraid of Mueller’s answer?
     
     

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    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Or perhaps the guy is just a mediocre investigator?

      05/23/19 3:46 PM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      It’s never Mueller time

      Trumpie shouldnt worry about Mueller’s integrity or honesty, but if he cared about the country just once he should worry who is protecting US. The guy is the poster child of FBI mediocrity.

      Item: Mueller came up through the U.S. attorney’s office in Boston at a time when the Boston FBI had what was eventually found to be a criminal relationship with an organized crime figure, James “Whitey” Bulger.

      Item: Mueller then served as assistant attorney general for the criminal division of the Justice Department from 1990 to 1993. This was the period during which the U.S. attorney in New York, Rudolph Giuliani, was engaging in prosecutorial overreach against Michael Milken. Mueller was nominally Giuliani’s supervisor, but he doesn’t seem to have done anything to have prevented its abuses.

      Item: Mueller’s FBI botched the Boston Marathon bombing — the figures in it were on the bureau’s radar screen, but the agency failed to take them seriously enough to prevent the attack.

      Item: During Mueller’s tenure as FBI director, the agency’s notoriously sloppy and error-prone forensic laboratory had enough trouble that even in Mueller’s final months, the lab was reportedly losing critical evidence, like a hair sample in an arson case involving New Jersey police. Mueller’s FBI also engaged in a petty turf war to try to prevent Ray Kelly’s New York Police Department from fulfilling counterterrorism responsibilities.

      Granted, compared to Freehs horrible record, Mueller’s record was impressive. Even so, though, in the private sector or even the military, any single one of these issues — let alone the whole collection of them — might torpedo someone’s chances for a promotion or high-profile appointment. Yet somehow these matters have barely even been mentioned in much of the press coverage or political reaction to Mueller’s choice as special counsel.

      So Why all the praise for Mueller? The powers that be don’t want a competent IRS, SEC or FBI snooping into their criminal business. Trump should thank his lucky stars that Mueller was chose,

      05/23/19 4:14 PM | Comment Link

    • John Poole said...

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      Bauer, aren’t you the least embarrassed to have been certain that the Mueller report would be the end to Trump? It was going to be Mueller Time! – a hearty 10.5% ABV Russian Imperial Stout that you’d be enjoying -not a warm O’Doul’s.

      05/24/19 7:03 AM | Comment Link

    • Rich Bauer said...

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      Dear Mike Pencildickhead,

      Go fuck yourself. No other woman would.

      “Vice President Mike Pence warned graduating cadets at the U.S. Military Academy to expect that they will be shipped off to war — maybe even in the Western Hemisphere, CBS News reported Saturday.

      Pence spoke to the 980 graduating West Point cadets — the most diverse graduating class ever — who are now commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army.

      “It is a virtual certainty that you will fight on a battlefield for America at some point in your life,” Pence warned.

      “You will lead soldiers in combat. It will happen,” the vice president said.

      “Some of you may even be called upon to serve in this hemisphere.”

      Mikie, are you calling for a civil war?

      05/25/19 7:28 PM | Comment Link

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