Drudge Retort: The Other Side of the News
Thursday, March 21, 2019

Millions of Americans are waiting for Robert Mueller to give them the final word on whether the Trump campaign conspired with the 2016 Russian election interference effort -- and whether their president is under the influence of a foreign adversary. Millions of Americans may be sorely disappointed.

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With Trump now publicly advocating for the full report to be released and no further indictments seem to be forthcoming, this could be a huge non-event when it is delivered to the AG.

#1 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 12:29 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

"the public may never learn the full scope of what Mueller has found -- including potentially scandalous behavior that doesn't amount to a provable crime, as a central principle of the U.S. justice system is that prosecutors don't pass public judgment on conduct unless they are doing so in a criminal filing"

1) I'm sorry, but the public absolutely has to know every damned thing.

2) "Potentially scandalous behavior" explains why. This is a political issue as much or more as a legal one.

#2 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-21 12:48 PM | Reply

"With Trump now publicly advocating for the full report to be released"

Three days ago he was saying we'd get no report at all, if he had anything to do with it.

Donald Trump says whatever he thinks it's to his advantage to say in that moment, like any dictator, and like any sociopath.

The man's current behavior is circling the wagons and stonewalling. He's digging in for a fight.

#3 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-21 12:50 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

"no further indictments seem to be forthcoming"

Why would it "seem" that way to anyone?

Not to beat a dead horse, although that's what your post is-a dead horse already decomposed-but sealed indictments are where the real drama is. The major mystery is how many name Trump.

#4 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-21 12:52 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Why would it "seem" that way to anyone?

Don't panic, Zed, I was only referring to Mueller, and since his top prosecutor is leaving the likelihood of new indictments from his team has dropped precipitously.

SDNY is where most new indictments will likely come from.

#5 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 12:57 PM | Reply

Hopefully the report will be wrapped up soon and I REALLY hope it's fully released. We need to put this baby to bed.

#6 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-21 12:58 PM | Reply

SDNY is where most new indictments will likely come from.

#5 | POSTED BY RIGHTOCENTER

Zed just tossed his handcuffs in an overnight bag and booked a flight to New York.

#7 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-21 12:59 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

Preet Bharara:

"All these people who hope that he's going to take this scourge of a man out of the White House are going to be really disappointed when he doesn't do that," Bharara says. "I think it's perfectly possible that the Mueller report will not be that damaging to the president. And all of us need to be prepared to accept that and move on."

#8 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-21 01:41 PM | Reply

Why Trump suddenly says public should see Mueller's report

It also came amid concerns on Capitol Hill that the White House will try to gut Mueller's findings before they can reach lawmakers and a new CNN poll showed that a huge majority of the public wants to see the results.

It is often difficult to know whether Trump is working to a long-term strategic plan, testing out new political ground or just riffing in the moment to get past bad news and onto another subject.

But it's hard to take his comment seriously, partly because it recalls his frequent statements that he'd love to sit down in an interview with Mueller, an offer that never appears to have been taken seriously by his lawyers.

With his comment on Wednesday, the President could have simply been recognizing strong support among Americans for a public accounting of Mueller's work -- in the belief that he could not shape it without first acknowledging it.

The CNN/SSRS poll released on Wednesday found that 87% of Americans believe that the Mueller report should be made public. Just 9% disagree.

The President's sincerity is also called into question by a tweet last weekend that appeared to signal he was more interested in going through the motions of accountability than adopting it as a practice." excerpts

www.cnn.com

This whole "it doesn't matter, you'll be disappointed" meme that Trump apologists are promoting is just more Newspeak from this admin and it's fake news boys.

#9 | Posted by Corky at 2019-03-21 01:47 PM | Reply

It really doesn't matter what the Mueller report says.

Trump is viewed as a scumbag by a majority of Americans for just being the scumbag he is.

And the Mueller investigation is limited in scope. He's referred what could be the most damaging (and non-Russian related) aspects of Trump to the SDNY and other officials. States will also have their say about Trump's various shady business dealings.

#10 | Posted by AMERICANUNITY at 2019-03-21 01:48 PM | Reply

What's to be disappointed about? Because of the Mueller report, dozens of criminals including Trump's cohorts have received the justice they deserve.

#11 | Posted by Derek_Wildstar at 2019-03-21 01:54 PM | Reply

#10

I don't disagree with anything you say, but it is going to be fascinating to see how quickly The Narrative changes if the report doesn't confirm an active conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians to interfere with the 2016 election.

#12 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 01:56 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

-- He's referred what could be the most damaging (and non-Russian related) aspects of Trump to the SDNY

Sorry, you people have been hysterically insisting on Russian collusion for two years. You can't just do a Emily Litella without looking like fools.

www.youtube.com

#13 | Posted by nullifidian at 2019-03-21 01:56 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

#11

So many people (like Zed, Donner and Speaks) are so invested in the Collusion Narrative that anything short of indictments of the Trump Crime Family for same will be a Yuge disappointment.

#14 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 01:59 PM | Reply

so invested in the Collusion Narrative

#14 | Posted by Rightocenter

Donald Trump is a career criminal.

Some combination of crimes is going to get him.

#15 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-21 02:10 PM | Reply

The Narrative

13 | Posted by nullifidian

See my #15.

#16 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-21 02:11 PM | Reply

imgur.com

#17 | Posted by AuntieSocial at 2019-03-21 02:17 PM | Reply

#12 because people are expecting the report to say "it was Trump in the Tower with the candlestick ".

The report will say plenty, just not a definitive, concrete, airtight statement of absolute, irrefutable guilt.

#18 | Posted by jpw at 2019-03-21 02:33 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

#17 nice. You proudly support a scumbag POS.

Guess you probably get upset when people say that makes you a scumbag POS, don't you?

#19 | Posted by jpw at 2019-03-21 02:34 PM | Reply

The report will say plenty, just not a definitive, concrete, airtight statement of absolute, irrefutable guilt.

I agree 100%, but that is going to drive certain people insane who will be incredulous that Mueller doesn't view what they have already concluded is "definite, concrete, airtight, absolute, irrefutable" evidence of collusion in the same way they do.

#20 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 02:50 PM | Reply

I knew this was either a comrade Fake Lawyer or Comrade Gracie thread before I clicked on it!

Trump/Prison 2020

#21 | Posted by aborted_monson at 2019-03-21 02:52 PM | Reply

"I agree 100%, but that is going to drive certain people insane who will be incredulous that Mueller doesn't view what they have already concluded is "definite, concrete, airtight, absolute, irrefutable" evidence of collusion in the same way they do."

Your concern trolling is heartwarming.

#22 | Posted by snoofy at 2019-03-21 02:54 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

I always know I have struck a nerve when Snoofy claims I am "concern trolling."

#23 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 03:15 PM | Reply

Donald Trump is a career criminal.
Some combination of crimes is going to get him.

#15 | POSTED BY ZED

That's what I believed about the Clintons, but they're still walking free. Wealth and privilege, amirite?

#24 | Posted by MUSTANG at 2019-03-21 03:23 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

"I always know I have struck a nerve when Snoofy claims I am "concern trolling."
#23 | POSTED BY RIGHTOCENTER"

(TROLLING INTENSIFIES)

#25 | Posted by snoofy at 2019-03-21 03:29 PM | Reply | Funny: 2

#24

Odds are pretty high that Bubba is not going to look good when the Epstein Summary Judgment files are unsealed.

#26 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 03:35 PM | Reply

Odds are pretty high that Bubba is not going to look good when the Epstein Summary Judgment files are unsealed.

#26 | POSTED BY RIGHTOCENTER

True that. Was Trump an occasional visitor of Epstein's sex-slave island?

#27 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-21 03:44 PM | Reply

#27

Trump has admitted as much, but the people who are in real jeopardy are the ones who flew on Epstein's plane, the Lolita Express.

#28 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 03:53 PM | Reply

Guess you probably get upset when people say that makes you a scumbag POS, don't you?

www.youtube.com

#29 | Posted by AuntieSocial at 2019-03-21 04:46 PM | Reply

Interesting article regarding Mueller that just came up on ABC News:

There's no shortage of speculation on the special counsel Robert Mueller's report, much of it totally uninformed.

But we don't need to speculate on the scope – the man who appointed Mueller has already given us a potential road map on what to expect from the special counsel.

The bottom line: Do not expect a harsh condemnation of President Donald Trump or any of his associates if they have not been charged with crimes.

The road map comes in the form a little-noticed 12-page letter written by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein last June to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley.
In the letter, Rosenstein makes it clear he believes the Department of Justice will not – and cannot without violating long-standing Department of Justice policy – include disparaging or incriminating information about anybody who has not been charged with a crime.

"Punishing wrongdoers through judicial proceedings is only one part of the Department's mission," Rosenstein wrote. "We also have a duty to prevent the disclosure of information that would unfairly tarnish people who are not charged with crimes."

Sources familiar with the investigation believe there are no more indictments coming from the special counsel. If Mueller follows the guidance of the man who appointed him and supervised his investigation, he cannot publicly disparage those who have not been charged with a crime.

Letter from deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offers potential road map to special counsel Robert Mueller's probe

#30 | Posted by Rightocenter at 2019-03-21 11:07 PM | Reply

Investigation was revenue neutral with the assets seized by Mueller.

With as much justice has come to pass, seems well worth the investment regardless of Trump's related outcome.

#31 | Posted by rstybeach11 at 2019-03-22 12:54 AM | Reply

The outcome of the Mueller report is incidental to the fact that Trumplethinskin leaving office in disgrace... which is how it is going to be.

Most of the vitriol expressed about him is about his inept behavior on all fronts of national importance...and those he aligns himself with internationally... and the behavior of his supporters on a daily basis.

He does no favors for capitalists and represents the case against capitalism by doing the things and encouraging behavior that inspires the rabble to sharpen the tines on their pitchforks.

#32 | Posted by RightisTrite at 2019-03-22 06:38 AM | Reply

Really... these high profile investigations don't have a lot of meaning in spite of the bruhahaha. How many times was Hillary Clinton exonerated for Benghazi... while her popularity on both sides remained the same?

Even the Iran/Contra and the record number of indictments of his administration didn't change Regoonietune's standings. I don't think rampant clownery of his twin terms got much scrutiny until Obama used some Regoonitunes's methodology and they had to eat it... that was funn-eh to watch.

Actually... historically speaking... it seems to me that only since the Watergate investigation which had major consequences and turned out very badly for the clowns. From that point on they
seem compelled to attach "gate" to every potential scandal trying to match the fallout of the Watergate incident and somehow diminish the international disgrace of the Watergate scandal.

BTW pig brains most of us on the right side of history know this... and waving the investigation in front of you is entertainment for us. We are not afraid of you.

#33 | Posted by RightisTrite at 2019-03-22 06:58 AM | Reply

Well who didn't see this coming? All the wasted time and money makes me sick. I doubt one could find a dozen politicians in DC that could withstand an investigation of this magnitude that the outcome would better Trump in this Russian collusion BS. Until we amend the Constitution to limit ALL offices to no more than two terms, I believe that no matter how "good" a politician is, the taste of power and money will always corrupt them eventually. At least Trump's corruption was on a small scale in comparison to billion dollar contracts corrupting professional politicians.

I understand why Clinton's report was released. Those corrupt old fogies that couldn't make a run for the presidency needed that soft porn to support their dreams of getting BJs in every room in the White House - What Would Bill Do?

#34 | Posted by Gr8Music at 2019-03-22 07:14 AM | Reply

GR8

"no matter how "good" a politician is, the taste of power and money will always corrupt them"

A better question is . . . What did Obama NOT do?

#35 | Posted by Twinpac at 2019-03-22 07:24 AM | Reply

Hopefully the report will be wrapped up soon and I REALLY hope it's fully released. We need to put this baby to bed.

It will never be put to bed. Trump embarrassed liberals. Liberals are like women, they hold grudges forever. When there is no criminal charges out of this investigation, the Senate will keep going with a never ending investigation. That's how liberals roll.

#36 | Posted by boaz at 2019-03-22 08:04 AM | Reply | Funny: 2

Let's just be honest here. For some people, nothing the report could possibly say would be enough to get them to drop their political hubris and admit that Trump is a criminal. Even if Mueller went against prior guidelines and indicted Trump, these people would become armchair lawyers and make embarrassing half-arguments about why that's against the rules, and would claim Trump is some sort of falsely accused dissident. Even if Trump were convicted 12-0 by a jury - a ruling which was affirmed by a unanimous Supreme Court, these same people would never change their position on any of this.

About 30% of this country lives in an alternate reality and will never be reached. Another 20% enables and deflects on their behalf because they're too proud to admit their party was taken over by a treasonous rapist.

#37 | Posted by JOE at 2019-03-22 08:08 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

"the public may never learn the full scope of what Mueller has found -- including potentially scandalous behavior that doesn't amount to a provable crime, as a central principle of the U.S. justice system is that prosecutors don't pass public judgment on conduct unless they are doing so in a criminal filing"

Sooo... where was this on Hillary and her emails? She was never charged. And the FBI definitely "passed public judgement". And also "commented on an ongoing investigation" RIGHT before an election in which the person being investigated was involved. Didn't they actually tell us EXACTLY how many "classified" emails she had on her server? That seems to be pretty detailed information about supported "wrongdoing" that someone was never charged for.

The precedent is set. Why can't they do the same thing to Trump?

Or are the "conservatives" on this board willing to admit that how the Hillary investigation was completely improper in it's handling because of how politically biased it was towards Republicans?

#38 | Posted by gtbritishskull at 2019-03-22 08:45 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

The public "had a right to know" about Hillary. Why don't they have a right to know about Trump?

(though the same could be said, and has been, about this investigation early on... they were improperly commenting on Hillary AT THE SAME TIME this investigation was going on yet they said nothing about Trump. FBI's institutional Republican political bias on full display)

#39 | Posted by gtbritishskull at 2019-03-22 08:50 AM | Reply

Trump promised his tax returns, he claimed to be the only Republican that would not cut social security Medicare and Medicaid, he even promised to provide health care for everyone better and cheaper than Obamacare, he promised to drain the swamp. These are just a few of a couple of thousand bald faced lies. It's all BS and it's bad for you.

#40 | Posted by bayviking at 2019-03-22 09:08 AM | Reply

SDNY is where most new indictments will likely come from.

#5 | POSTED BY RIGHTOCENTER
Zed just tossed his handcuffs in an overnight bag and booked a flight to New York.

#7 | POSTED BY JEFFJ

AT 2019-03-21 12:59 PM | FLAG: | FUNNY: 1

Right, he has accepted the lies for 2 and a half years and has continued to lie himself. Now that it is apparant the Mueller report is a big nothing liars like Zed are trying to shift the focus.

#41 | Posted by fishpaw at 2019-03-22 10:52 AM | Reply

liars like Zed are trying to shift the focus.

#41 | Posted by fishpaw at 2019-03-22 10:52 AM | Reply | Flag:

My focus is that Donald Trump is a criminal.

Your focus is being loyal to your Mob.

#42 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-22 10:58 AM | Reply

#41 What lies are those?

All publicly available information points to Trump being a criminal. He was openly accused in an indictment of comandeering a felony, which itself is a felony. That's just one case - there are ao many indictments of people in his inner circle that most have lost track. And you're a fool if you think we know everything Mueller knows about him.

The only thing keeping this lying, cheating POS from dying in prison is the fact that he's in the White House. And the only thing keeping him there is rubes like you.

#43 | Posted by JOE at 2019-03-22 10:59 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

By the way, and just to mention----Mueller hasn't said any damned thing yet, has he?

#44 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-22 10:59 AM | Reply

"By the way, and just to mention----Mueller hasn't said any damned thing yet, has he?"

Nor has anyone who works for him:

Turn in your smartphones! How Mueller kept a lid on Trump-Russia probe

www.reuters.com

#45 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-22 11:03 AM | Reply

It really doesn't matter what the Mueller report says. ~ AMERICANUNITY

Truth ... this was known years ago ..

Just like Kavanaugh hearings.

The accusation is more important than the truth.

BTW: Your handle is ironic, given your postings.

#46 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-22 11:19 AM | Reply

My focus is that Donald Trump is a criminal.

Without evidence ... that is how your system works?

#47 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-22 11:20 AM | Reply

He does no favors for capitalists and represents the case against capitalism ~RiR

What? Hilarious

#48 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-22 11:21 AM | Reply

Without evidence ...

#47 | Posted by AndreaMackris

This is you being stupid and evil.

#49 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-22 11:21 AM | Reply

Without evidence ...

#47 | Posted by AndreaMackris

The evidence is his life. The entire arc of his life. A fraudulent university comes to mind.

#50 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-22 11:22 AM | Reply

Without evidence ... that is how your system works?

#47 | Posted by AndreaMackris

A fraudulent philanthropic foundation comes to mind.

#51 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-22 11:23 AM | Reply

Without evidence ...

#47 | Posted by AndreaMackris

We live in the same universe. You lie about what's there.

#52 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-22 11:24 AM | Reply

Zed... those are only crimes if a poor person commits them. Trump is a rich person. Which makes those crimes he committed not actually "crimes" (since he is rich and won't be prosecuted for them). Therefore, he is not a criminal.

Make sense?

It is an understandable mistake. Republicans believe in a two-tiered justice system where someone in the rich, white male tier basically can do anything he wants and not get charged. In the Republican view, all people are equal... but some are MORE equal than others.

#53 | Posted by gtbritishskull at 2019-03-22 11:40 AM | Reply

Muleman: Trump is right. No collusion
~muleman lies! - the left

#54 | Posted by phesterOBoyle at 2019-03-22 12:28 PM | Reply

Muleman: Trump is right. No collusion
~muleman lies! - the left

#54 | Posted by phesterOBoyle

I doubt it would state such a pointed, cut and dried conclusion.

In any case, so long as they don't state the opposite as cut and dried, that there was collusion, you'll go on about your pathetic existence sure that there was nothing there all along.

You've already made up your mind. Nothing will change it.

#55 | Posted by jpw at 2019-03-22 12:40 PM | Reply

Or are the "conservatives" on this board willing to admit that how the Hillary investigation was completely improper in it's handling because of how politically biased it was towards Republicans?
#38 | Posted by gtbritishskull at 2019-03-22 08:45 AM

Comey, the guy who made those improper public comments, was fired (by Trump) from his position because of it. I'm sure you may have heard something about it. As for the release of leaked information from the Justice department, I also join you in agreeing that the Justice Department handled it extremely poorly. I wonder if President Clinton meeting with Attorney General Lynch had anything to do with that? Or maybe the buck should just stop at the guy in charge...who was that in charge of the Justice Department again?
In any case, I will stand with you in solidarity acknowledging the Justice Department's improper handling of that investigation.

#56 | Posted by Avigdore at 2019-03-22 01:47 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Muleman: Trump is right. No collusion
~muleman lies! - the left

#54 | Posted by phesterOBoyle

Why would a man obstruct justice to hide NOTHING?

#57 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2019-03-22 02:03 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

Comey, the guy who made those improper public comments, was fired (by Trump) from his position because of it. I'm sure you may have heard something about it.

#56 | POSTED BY AVIGDORE

Really? That's not why Trump said he fired Comey. I'm sure you may have heard something about it.

#58 | Posted by Sycophant at 2019-03-22 02:14 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 3

Liberals are like women, they hold grudges forever.
#36 | POSTED BY BOAZ

The irony of this statement is unbelievable.

#59 | Posted by ClownShack at 2019-03-22 02:21 PM | Reply

Liberals are like women, they hold grudges forever.
#36 | POSTED BY BOAZ

How does that affect you? We all know you like dudes from how worked up you get on every gay and trans thread.

#60 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2019-03-22 02:25 PM | Reply

Liberals are like women, they hold grudges forever.
#36 | POSTED BY BOAZ

Conservatives are like macho man Trump, they hold grudges forever and continue to bad-mouth folks in their own party after they're dead.

#61 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-22 02:31 PM | Reply

"Liberals are like women, they hold grudges forever.
#36 | POSTED BY BOAZ"

Who else thinks Boaz has a "Boycott Jane Fonda" bumper sticker on his truck?

#62 | Posted by snoofy at 2019-03-22 02:50 PM | Reply

I know for a fact the maga crowd will be disappointed by it.

#63 | Posted by IndianaJones at 2019-03-22 02:57 PM | Reply

That's not why Trump said he fired Comey. I'm sure you may have heard something about it.
#58 | Posted by Sycophant at 2019-03-22 02:14 PM

Go ahead and prove that by citing why Trump said he fired Comey. Trump's quote will do nicely.

#64 | Posted by Avigdore at 2019-03-22 05:08 PM | Reply

Which quote?

"Trump dismissed Comey by way of a termination letter in which he stated that he was acting on the recommendation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.[4][5][6]"

"In the following days, he gave numerous explanations of the dismissal that contradicted his staff and also belied the initial impression that Sessions and Rosenstein had influenced his decision.[7][8]"

#65 | Posted by snoofy at 2019-03-22 05:25 PM | Reply

The Mueller Report isn't going to be an indictment, it's going to be a report. What happens after its release is up to Congress and the various law enforcement entities that read it.

It's always entertaining to hear people say, "Oh, you're going to be disappointed because Mueller's report isn't going to lead to a frog march." When the report comes out, I'm going to be relieved, not disappointed. We're finally going to discover the truth about things we've speculated about for years. What I'm probably going to be disappointed in is the resulting, "Wait, you don't have a recording of Drumpf making deals with Putin? He's innocent!" followed by, "Guess we don't have overwhelming evidence to impeach, guess we can all go home now..."

My money is on this being the biggest presidential scandal in American History. I am fully prepared for the people who live in alternate facts land to do what they do best.

#66 | Posted by chuffy at 2019-03-22 05:31 PM | Reply

"My money is on this being the biggest presidential scandal in American History."

Other than Obama's tan suit.

#67 | Posted by snoofy at 2019-03-22 05:51 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Even Nixon doesn't top Iran-Contra, blatant treason of the highest order, yet a few lower level convictions and pardons followed. Elliot Abrams was one of those and he's working the same immoral crap in violation of international law for Trump.

The likelihood of any serious charges emerging from Russiagate are slim to none, unless Cohen holds some smoking gun.

The odds of a tax evasion conviction are slim to none only because of of the statute of limitations.

But all those secret meetings with Putin lead to the question, what was the quid pro quo for Trump lifting sanctions, which he clearly wanted to do? On top of that there may be fraudulent loans and money laundering.

What is the status of the emoluments lawsuit, since friends and family have been selling access?

All of it is tame compared to Iran-Contra, which William Barr was largely responsible for sweeping under the rug. Gee I wonder why Trump chose him?

#68 | Posted by bayviking at 2019-03-22 09:06 PM | Reply

Liberals are like women, they hold grudges forever.
#36 | POSTED BY BOAZ

Bozos are like bozos, they say really stupid things.

#69 | Posted by donnerboy at 2019-03-22 09:21 PM | Reply

Liberals are like women, they hold grudges forever.

#36 | POSTED BY BOAZ

You claim having a penis makes you a man yet. You have one and you whine like a little girl so what gives???

#70 | Posted by LauraMohr at 2019-03-22 09:39 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

You have one and you whine like a little girl so what gives???

#70 | POSTED BY LAURAMOHR

He claims "he" has one.

#71 | Posted by WhoDaMan at 2019-03-23 04:31 AM | Reply

Roseanne Roseannadanna says, 'Never mind'.

#72 | Posted by sunuvavitch at 2019-03-23 07:15 AM | Reply

"Liberals are like women, they hold grudges forever.
#36 | POSTED BY BOAZ "

I guess that makes you a woman BOAZ. Welcome to the sisterhood.

#73 | Posted by danni at 2019-03-23 07:45 AM | Reply | Funny: 1

"All of it is tame compared to Iran-Contra, which William Barr was largely responsible for sweeping under the rug. Gee I wonder why Trump chose him?"

Exactly right but why hasn't our news media talked about this? Because they are corporate slime, that's why. I detest our major media in America, they are worse than the corrupt politicians they protect.

#74 | Posted by danni at 2019-03-23 07:47 AM | Reply

"Roseanne Roseannadanna says, 'Never mind'."

In other word, he's ok with not learning the truth. He's ok with our President colluding with Putin. If his team wins that's all that matters. The nation is unimportant to him. That's the truth.
I'll just say this to -----------, never try to play the "patriot card" here because you aren't patriotic, you are virtually a traitor. You are ok with a President selling out to Putin. God, you are pathetic and sad but never ever try to defend your position here because you will be thoroughly destroyed when and if you do.

#75 | Posted by danni at 2019-03-23 07:53 AM | Reply

You got all of that from, 'never mind?'
youtu.be

#76 | Posted by sunuvavitch at 2019-03-23 08:10 AM | Reply

www.youtube.com

#77 | Posted by bayviking at 2019-03-23 09:23 AM | Reply

We may be diappointed by what is actually reported about the Mueller report, we would not be disappointed with the whole truth. We should not, as Americans, accept anything less than the entire truth.

#78 | Posted by danni at 2019-03-23 09:32 AM | Reply

"...we would not be disappointed with the whole truth. We should not, as Americans, accept anything less than the entire truth."
#78 | POSTED BY DANNI

...unless it's a Clinton.

Enjoy your nothingburger.

#79 | Posted by SheepleSchism at 2019-03-23 09:51 AM | Reply

A fraudulent philanthropic foundation comes to mind.
#51 | POSTED BY ZED

This isn't a Clinton Foundation thread, Spammer.

#80 | Posted by SheepleSchism at 2019-03-23 09:53 AM | Reply | Funny: 1

Liberal Arrogance on full display ....

Haven't seen anyone just say "I was wrong" ....

Incredible ...

#81 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-23 10:17 AM | Reply

"All of it is tame compared to Iran-Contra, which William Barr was largely responsible for sweeping under the rug. Gee I wonder why Trump chose him?"

Cohen's prosecutor to be replaced by:

Trump Campaign Probe's New Overseer Built Chops in Iran-Contra

The federal investigation into President Donald Trump's business and campaign finances will fall into new hands with next month's exit of Robert Khuzami as the number two federal prosecutor in Manhattan.

The probe will be overseen by Audrey Strauss, who will become second-in-command of the Southern District of New York. Strauss is no stranger to the office, after working her way into a senior position there 40 years ago and returning last year as chief counsel.

finance.yahoo.com

#82 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-23 10:25 AM | Reply

I guess that makes you a woman BOAZ. Welcome to the sisterhood.

#73 | POSTED BY DANNI AT 2019-03-23 07:45 AM | FLAG:

ROFLMMFAO Oh I have tears rolling. THAT was beautiful Danni just beautiful.

#83 | Posted by LauraMohr at 2019-03-23 10:48 AM | Reply

Hey look, swallowtrumpsjism is back to show off how he's conquered his gag reflex.

#84 | Posted by reinheitsgebot at 2019-03-23 01:55 PM | Reply

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