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Bob Gorrell for April 17, 2019

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  1. Gerri lutton
    g.lutton  3 months ago

    There exists a solution for that … transparency.

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member 3 months ago

    Mr. Gorrell is OK with sweeping everything under the rug.

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    Daeder Premium Member 3 months ago

    He’s guilty of plenty regardless. But Congress and the American people need to see the report.

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    braindead Premium Member 3 months ago

    Gee Gorrell, YOUR GUY is totally exonerated by the Mueller Report.

    Right?

    Barr said so, right?

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    Unless, of course, Barr was LYING.

    Not that he’s ever done that before.

    Not that every Trump Disciple would do that ALL THE TIME.

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    EdMeiller Premium Member 3 months ago

    You had me with guilty.

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    superposition  3 months ago

    If our representatives truly served the people as prescribed there would be no difference in their opinions on unethical behavior, would there? A clear sign that current partisanship does not serve the truth or the nation very well.

    It doesn’t have to be that way:

    " superposition principle: a statement in physics: if two or more physical causes are vectorially additive and if the effects are proportional to the causes, the effects are vectorially additive "

    __ Merriam-Webster

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    gammaguy  3 months ago

    Not enough. Not until we see the content.

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    redkaycei  3 months ago

    Wishful thinking on the Right’s side, eh Bobby?

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    tbemont Premium Member 3 months ago

    Hold on a minute Mr. Gorrell. Let’s see what the report says before we say “enough”

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    guyjen2004  3 months ago

    If there was no collusion I want the DOJ to look at where and how the evidence that led to the investigation came to be. If there was collusion, put trump in Leavenworth, or wherever one incarcerates a president.

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    JHayes  3 months ago

    84% of Americans want the Mueller report made public. By Definition the overwhelming majority of people are NOT saying “enough”.

    And since I always cite sources:

    https://www.businessinsider.com/majority-of-americans-want-mueller-russia-report-made-public-poll-2019-3

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    OldCoal  3 months ago

    Funny how it was NEVER ENOUGH when it came to investigating Bill or Hillary. Odd that.

    In January of 1994, Fiske was appointed to investigate Whitewater.

    September 9, 1998, Starr finally released a report to Congress.

    EVERY PERSON investigating Clinton was a highly partisan Republican. Every. Single. One.

    Imagine the crybaby Republicans if they’d had to deal with that, and multiple expansions of the investigation into “new” territory. Imagine the number of strokes Trump would have had. I can’t even think of the number of tweets.

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    Radish Premium Member 3 months ago

    Roy Cohn Barr the president’s fixer will give us the redacted version of Trump’s innocence.

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    Motivemagus  3 months ago

    Oh, good lord. If he were innocent, they could have released the entire, unreacted Mueller Report, Mr. Gorrell. Furthermore, Barr was appointed specifically because he supports the idea of an unindictable president immune to prosecution. That doesn’t arouse any suspicion in your mind? No, you have to turn it into a political battle that “real people” don’t care about.

    Political cartoonists — good ones, anyway — speak truth to power, they don’t toady to it. Even if you are convinced that #45 is 100% innocent, the answer is NOT to sweep it under the rug, but to show the WHOLE truth. You are in your mid-sixties, Gorrell, and were in college during Watergate – surely you remember the “redacted” transcripts of Nixon’s tapes that turned out to be obstruction of justice and concealment of crimes?

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    mikefive  3 months ago

    What do so many not understand? There would be exposure of grand jury proceedings in it. If Mr. Barr delivers an unredacted report to Congress.* he would face a contempt of court citation.** Those can be accompanied by jail time. There is also the problem of exposing ongoing State investigations that came about as a result of the Mueller investigation.

    *From Rule 6(e) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure: (2) “General Rule of Secrecy. A grand juror, an interpreter, a stenographer, an operator of a recording device, a typist who transcribes recorded testimony, an attorney for the government, or any person to whom disclosure is made under paragraph (3)(A)(ii) of this subdivision shall not disclose matters occurring before the grand jury,…”

    “A knowing violation of Rule 6 may be punished as a contempt of court.”
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    Radish Premium Member 3 months ago

    We will find out tomorrow how much the Trump admin has butchered the Mueller Report.

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    Radish Premium Member 3 months ago

    In my fantasy, Mueller becomes so incensed at Barr’s butchery that he unloads an online uncensored version of the report.

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    walkingmancomics  3 months ago

    Not enough until we KNOW justice is done.

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    gcottay  3 months ago

    How stupid to run this before anyone has seen the report.

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    GradingGorrell  3 months ago

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  3 months ago

    Mr. Gorrell cries “ENOUGH! Now let’s get back to investigating Hillary! LOCK HER UP!”

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    XtopherSD  3 months ago

    So, Gorrell’s implication is that Uncle Sam doesn’t care about the truth? Got it!

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    Jujeebean Premium Member 3 months ago

    Still waiting for the actual report before making up my mind. I think too much energy was wasted on speculating about the results.

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    Concretionist  3 months ago

    Gorrell, of course, misquotes the guy in the hat, who is actually saying “Show me the whole report!”

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    6.6TA Premium Member 3 months ago

    Uncle Sam has been made to sound just like Rudy Giuliani. Sorry.

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    DrDon1  3 months ago

    Appears that Gorrell wants to be part of the #45/Hannity team!

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    NeoconMan  3 months ago

    I agree. Enough with this law and order stuff. Let’s back off and let politicians do whatever they want. Until the Democrats get back in power, that is.

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    William Bednar Premium Member 3 months ago

    Lets see, according to Barr, in a redacted comment, Trump is either: Guilocent or Innolty. You choose!

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