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  • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post
    This is to deflect that there was no proof of collusion or obstruction. Zero and zero. Now with the impeachment, another zero. That's three strikes.

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    • Originally posted by nyuKKK

      No collusion, no obstruction.
      False.

      1) Mueller expressly did NOT clear Teflon Don on obstruction.

      2) Plenty of documented collusion - just not enough to satisfy the legal nexus for a conspiracy.

      How much money wasted on the Mueller investigation?
      Far less $$$ than was wasted on fishing expeditions to dry holes like Benghazi.

      Plus, you can hardly call the Mueller investigation a "waste" when it netted so many criminals.

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      • Originally posted by nyuKKK

        This is to deflect that there was no proof of collusion or obstruction. Zero and zero.
        False on both counts.

        Clearly, you've never read the Mueller report, which presented a clear case for obstruction.

        Furthermore, there's plenty of evidence of collusion - just not enough to satisfy the legal nexus for a conspiracy.


        Now with the impeachment, another zero. That's three strikes.
        L0L.

        tRump WAS impeached by the House.

        The only reason tRump wasn't removed from office was because your party leaders chose to place party before country, the Constitution and the rule of law.

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        • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post

          False.

          1) Mueller expressly did NOT clear Teflon Don on obstruction.

          2) Plenty of documented collusion - just not enough to satisfy the legal nexus for a conspiracy.
          Correct on both counts, you beat me to it. But of course dopes like nyuk just recite directly from the cult/Fox News script.

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          • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post

            The point, which is obvious, is that all those interminable investigations by all those Congressional committees didn’t uncover any actual crime or wrongdoing which might have been actionable by DOJ.

            What you exhibit is intellectual honesty detachment.
            What are you talking about? It uncovered a secret server in Hillary's bathroom where classified data was illegally housed and where 10's of thousands of federal records were destroyed while under subpeona.

            But the worse crime was that no special prosecutor was named because the Barr of her day kept the whole thing in house and under wraps. Could only imagine how many articles of impeachment you guys would've dreamed up if the roles were reversed.

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            • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post

              False.

              1) Mueller expressly did NOT clear Teflon Don on obstruction.

              2) Plenty of documented collusion - just not enough to satisfy the legal nexus for a conspiracy.



              Far less $$$ than was wasted on fishing expeditions to dry holes like Benghazi.

              Plus, you can hardly call the Mueller investigation a "waste" when it netted so many criminals.
              Then where are the charges? Where is the "documented collusion" that satisfies the legal nexus? WHERE IS IT?

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              • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post

                tRump WAS impeached by the House.

                The only reason tRump wasn't removed from office was because your party leaders chose to place party before country, the Constitution and the rule of law.
                He was impeached by a bunch of partisan hacks who had nothing after the Hindenburg of the Mueller investigation went down in flames and they were empty-handed going into 2020. The impeachment hoax was the orchestra playing on the Titanic.

                The reason he wasn't removed from office is because he did nothing that justifies such removal and accusations by Democrats aren't proof of deeds. If you wish to claim that using withholding foreign aid was a huge scandal, then you'd have to say Obama and Biden should have been impeached together because they actively withheld $1 billion in foreign aid to the Ukraine - during their invasion by the Russians, no less - to force them to fire a state prosecutor they didn't like. (And how's that for aiding the Russians?)

                But alas, crickets.

                So why not come up with a REAL reason to impeach someone other than the usual set of double standards and selective moral outrage you and yours are prone to as if you were chemically addicted to moral duplicity?

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                • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post

                  False.

                  1) Mueller expressly did NOT clear Teflon Don on obstruction.

                  2) Plenty of documented collusion - just not enough to satisfy the legal nexus for a conspiracy.



                  Far less $$$ than was wasted on fishing expeditions to dry holes like Benghazi.

                  Plus, you can hardly call the Mueller investigation a "waste" when it netted so many criminals.
                  Actually the Mueller investigation that cost 38 million $ netted the US government over 60 Million$ in fines and property seized, as well as taxes seized for evasion. So the Muller investigation was a net profit.

                  Benghazi went on for 3 + years and netted zero fines or convictions while costing much more in wasted congressional time and expenses. That is the Republican Idea of the correct way to run government. Lose money and accomplish zero..

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                  • Originally posted by nyuk nyuk View Post

                    Then where are the charges? Where is the "documented collusion" that satisfies the legal nexus? WHERE IS IT?
                    It's funny how you really don't even have a basic understanding of what the investigation was about, what it revealed, or how it was constrained.


                    “The president was not exculpated for the acts that he allegedly committed,” Mueller told the House Judiciary Committee, adding that Trump could theoretically be indicted after he leaves office. He added, “We did not address ‘collusion,’ which is not a legal term. ..."

                    “The reason, again, that you did not indict Donald Trump is because of [a Justice Department] opinion stating that you cannot indict a sitting president, correct?” Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) asked.

                    “That is correct,” responded Mueller, who declined a chance to retract his comments when pressed later by Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-Ariz.). Mueller, however, corrected himself during the second portion of his testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, saying: “That is not the correct way to say it.”

                    Mueller clarified his response by noting instead that the Justice Department policy that prohibits the indictment of a sitting president meant that he “did not reach a determination as to whether the president committed a crime.”

                    https://www.politico.com/story/2019/...timony-1428423

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                        • Originally posted by TonyR View Post
                          ^

                          According TJ and the other inhabitants of Planet tRump, this is what “draining the swamp” means.

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                          • Kushner makes Hunter Biden look like a cake decorator.

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                            • Another one of tRump's "fine people."



                              Man arrested for threatening to kill Schiff, Schumer over impeachment

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                              He's charged with threatening to assault and murder federal officials.

                              A Western New York man was arrested Wednesday on charges that he threatened to kill Rep. Adam Schiff and Sen. Chuck Schumer.

                              Salvatore Lippa, 57, of Greece, New York, was charged with threatening to assault and murder a federal official on account of the performance of their official duties.

                              According to the criminal complaint, on Jan. 23, Schiff's Washington, D.C., office received a threatening voicemail that included a death threat.

                              Lippa started the threatening message by calling the congressman "Schiff, Shifty Schiff," invoking the nickname used by President Donald Trump for Schiff, the lead House manager during Trump's impeachment trial.


                              ...When questioned by U.S Capitol Police, Lippa admitted to making the threatening calls to Schiff and Schumer because he said he was upset about the impeachment proceedings, prosecutors said.

                              ...Lippa is due in federal court in Rochester on Wednesday afternoon. He faces up to 10 years in prison.

                              https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/man-...RLo86V9bhf_fRk

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