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Rob Rogers for April 24, 2019

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    Ally2005  3 months ago

    The loonacy tunes : Trump parrots Faux News. Barr parrots Trump. McConnell parrots Barr. Graham parrots Miller. Jarrad parrots Ivanka. Melania parrots “Be Best” but nobody cares. Trump parrots Putin and Republicons are just parrots.

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    JDave48  3 months ago

    Disgusting Tyrant is doing the same thing to the US Constitution.

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    robnvon Premium Member 3 months ago

    “Lock him up?”

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    lopaka  3 months ago

    Birds of a feather……

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    Dtroutma Premium Member 3 months ago

    This insults parrots, they have greater integrity.

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    1MadHat Premium Member 3 months ago

    I love the image of the Orange Resident flappin’ his blabber…..

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  3 months ago

    I’m surprised Trump didn’t break out the shotgun when Polly went “Does not exonerate, AWK!”.

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    Radish Premium Member 3 months ago

    Mitch won’t allow an impeachment vote to happen.

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    Godfreydaniel  3 months ago

    Law professor and former Trump transition team staffer J.W. Verret, in The Atlantic:“Let’s start at the end of this story. This weekend, I read Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report twice, and realized that enough was enough—I needed to do something. I’ve worked on every Republican presidential transition team for the past 10 years and recently served as counsel to the Republican-led House Financial Services Committee. My permanent job is as a law professor at the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School, which is not political, but where my colleagues have held many prime spots in Republican administrations. If you think calling for the impeachment of a sitting Republican president would constitute career suicide for someone like me, you may end up being right. But I did exactly that this weekend, tweeting that it’s time to begin impeachment proceedings……..The Mueller report was that tipping point for me, and it should be for Republican and independent voters, and for Republicans in Congress. In the face of a Department of Justice policy that prohibited him from indicting a sitting president, Mueller drafted what any reasonable reader would see as a referral to Congress to commence impeachment hearings. Depending on how you count, roughly a dozen separate instances of obstruction of justice are contained in the Mueller report. The president dangled pardons in front of witnesses to encourage them to lie to the special counsel, and directly ordered people to lie to throw the special counsel off the scent.This elaborate pattern of obstruction may have successfully impeded the Mueller investigation from uncovering a conspiracy to commit more serious crimes. At a minimum, there’s enough here to get the impeachment process started.”

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    Godfreydaniel  3 months ago

    Conservative pundit Max Boot: "Having declared the Republican Party to be morally bankrupt last month — after 90 percent of GOP lawmakers voted to approve President Trump’s unconstitutional state of emergency — I am not remotely surprised by the party’s dishonorable and dishonest reaction to special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report. But I am nevertheless dismayed and disgusted that a once-great party — to which I belonged for most of my life — could become a handmaiden to foreign attacks on the United States and blatant lawbreaking by the president.The pattern was set by Attorney General William P. Barr, an establishment Republican who turned out to be a more unprincipled sycophant than his immediate predecessor, the erstwhile purveyor of toilets for “well-endowed” men. [note from Godfreydaniel: in addition to this fraud, former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker was involved in Bigfoot and time machine frauds.] Barr released his own summary of the Mueller report, which was highly favorable to the president — and highly misleading. He then held a news conference to claim that Trump had been cleared on both obstruction of justice and collusion with Russia.Anyone who has actually read the 448-page report knows that neither of those things is true. Mueller uncovered not only extensive connections between the Trump campaign and Russia but also extensive evidence of lying and obstruction of justice by the president. As former attorney general Eric Holder noted, “ANY competent public corruption prosecutor would bring obstruction charges against Trump and win.” Only the Justice Department position that a president can’t be indicted saved Trump — for now.

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    brwydave Premium Member 3 months ago

    Mommy, Is the tie on the table a symbol of something? Am I old enough to understand?

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    Zebrastripes  3 months ago

    This gives a whole new meaning to “garbage in, garbage out”……..

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    SukieCrandall Premium Member 3 months ago

    Hmmmmm, the news alert that just came out (link below) is ANOTHER example of people NOT charged in the initial crime being charged with Obstruction of Justice, but Trump’s personal defense lawyers have been saying that Obstruction is not a crime if the person was not charged in the initial crime! THAT is a mainstay of their defense for Trump’s repeated Obstructions. Under that premise these two people also committed no crime.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/crime-courts/boston-area-judge-charged-helping-undocumented-immigrant-out-courthouse-elude-n998546?cid=eml_nbn_20190425

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