It’s The Corruption, Stupid

Nov 2017
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Ralph

Best of all for the president is the shambles of the James Comey book launch. The book has been generally panned, even by the president’s enemies. The ex-director acknowledged that he had made a political decision in his pre-election statement on Hillary Clinton’s emails, as he didn’t want Clinton’s victory to be tainted by allegations that her emails weren’t properly investigated (they weren’t). Comey is squarely at odds with McCabe and casts serious aspersions on former attorney general Loretta Lynch. There are no suggestions of obstruction of justice by Trump, and a weak response on why he didn’t tell Trump, as he was laying out the Steele dossier, that it had been paid for by the Clinton campaign (yet he expected to remain as FBI director). He breathes no life into the collusion fraud, which the Justice Department happily propagated for many months. Comey admitted there are no grounds for impeachment of the president. The Mueller pestilence was mere vengeance.

https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/04/james-comey-robert-mueller-trump-advantage/
 
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Aug 2018
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#24
The evidence (much like your suspension of reality) is well-documented.
People with a "shaky" understanding of what corroborate means say such things.
Simply put, the scope of corruption is apparently too complex for you to comprehend.
Apparently you're not aware of charges,indictments and guilty pleas thanks to special counsel Robert Mueller.
More to follow.
Democrats are going to get creamed this November, and Mueller will be lucky if he doesn't go to Leavenworth.

On the outside chance, he could face firing squad or be hanged along with the other seditionists.
 
Nov 2017
3,387
87
FL Treasure Coast & South Central FL
#25
Democrats are going to get creamed this November, and Mueller will be lucky if he doesn't go to Leavenworth.

On the outside chance, he could face firing squad or be hanged along with the other seditionists.