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What Does Your Common Sense Tell You About A Barr Fix On The Stone Prosecution?
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Feb 12, 2020 14:05:36   #
woodguru
 
This is actually escalating faster than can be kept up with, trump thanks Barr for "taking over" the prosecution of Stone, thentweets an actually impeachably wrong statement that he as president can oversee and direct the DOJ as far as who and how they prosecute anyone he wants.

He is so wrong about the role the president plays with the DOJ it is literally impeachable. His premise would then conclude that it is up to the president who he tells the DOJ not to investigate or prosecute, which we knew, I just didn't thing trump could possibly be stupid enough to come out and say it.

If you believe I am wrong you just go back to the freakout republicans had when Clinton, the husband of a presidential candidate met with the then current AG Lynch on the tarmac. The extreme reaction led to Lynch recusing herself from any of the Hillary issues the DOJ was looking at, a concept this administration and Barr does not get.

The president is to have zero interactions with the AG. Any suggestions or input from the white house is supposed to go through above board white house legal channels.

Barr cannot conduct DOJ business in the non partisan manner required when he is responding directly to the orders of trump

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Feb 12, 2020 14:11:34   #
nwtk2007
 
woodguru wrote:
This is actually escalating faster than can be kept up with, trump thanks Barr for "taking over" the prosecution of Stone, thentweets an actually impeachably wrong statement that he as president can oversee and direct the DOJ as far as who and how they prosecute anyone he wants.

He is so wrong about the role the president plays with the DOJ it is literally impeachable. His premise would then conclude that it is up to the president who he tells the DOJ not to investigate or prosecute, which we knew, I just didn't thing trump could possibly be stupid enough to come out and say it.

If you believe I am wrong you just go back to the freakout republicans had when Clinton, the husband of a presidential candidate met with the then current AG Lynch on the tarmac. The extreme reaction led to Lynch recusing herself from any of the Hillary issues the DOJ was looking at, a concept this administration and Barr does not get.

The president is to have zero interactions with the AG. Any suggestions or input from the white house is supposed to go through above board white house legal channels.

Barr cannot conduct DOJ business in the non partisan manner required when he is responding directly to the orders of trump
This is actually escalating faster than can be kep... (show quote)


They wanted 8 some odd years of imprisonment for lying to Congress? As has been pointed out, how many years did Clinton get for the very same offense?? How many will Vindman get? Or Schiff??

And by the way, it was shortly after that tarmac meeting that Hillary's crime became an "issue" and it was decided that they would not indict her. Imagine, all that decided while comparing pics of the grand kids!

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Feb 12, 2020 14:24:58   #
Seth
 
woodguru wrote:
This is actually escalating faster than can be kept up with, trump thanks Barr for "taking over" the prosecution of Stone, thentweets an actually impeachably wrong statement that he as president can oversee and direct the DOJ as far as who and how they prosecute anyone he wants.

He is so wrong about the role the president plays with the DOJ it is literally impeachable. His premise would then conclude that it is up to the president who he tells the DOJ not to investigate or prosecute, which we knew, I just didn't thing trump could possibly be stupid enough to come out and say it.

If you believe I am wrong you just go back to the freakout republicans had when Clinton, the husband of a presidential candidate met with the then current AG Lynch on the tarmac. The extreme reaction led to Lynch recusing herself from any of the Hillary issues the DOJ was looking at, a concept this administration and Barr does not get.

The president is to have zero interactions with the AG. Any suggestions or input from the white house is supposed to go through above board white house legal channels.

Barr cannot conduct DOJ business in the non partisan manner required when he is responding directly to the orders of trump
This is actually escalating faster than can be kep... (show quote)


Trump should simply pardon Stone and put an end to all this nonsense.

The fact that Pelosi, Schumer, Noodler & Schitt have the nerve, after all the Schitt their party has gotten away with, to kvetch about Stone getting a lighter sentence is a combination of pure hypocrisy and childish vindictiveness.

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Feb 12, 2020 14:55:53   #
DASHY
 
woodguru wrote:
This is actually escalating faster than can be kept up with, trump thanks Barr for "taking over" the prosecution of Stone, thentweets an actually impeachably wrong statement that he as president can oversee and direct the DOJ as far as who and how they prosecute anyone he wants.

He is so wrong about the role the president plays with the DOJ it is literally impeachable. His premise would then conclude that it is up to the president who he tells the DOJ not to investigate or prosecute, which we knew, I just didn't thing trump could possibly be stupid enough to come out and say it.

If you believe I am wrong you just go back to the freakout republicans had when Clinton, the husband of a presidential candidate met with the then current AG Lynch on the tarmac. The extreme reaction led to Lynch recusing herself from any of the Hillary issues the DOJ was looking at, a concept this administration and Barr does not get.

The president is to have zero interactions with the AG. Any suggestions or input from the white house is supposed to go through above board white house legal channels.

Barr cannot conduct DOJ business in the non partisan manner required when he is responding directly to the orders of trump
This is actually escalating faster than can be kep... (show quote)


Trump got the green light from GOP senators at the sham impeachment trial to commit Any illegal act he chooses. This one only involved his criminal pal, Stone. Can't wait to see his next scam now that Trump is above the law.

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Feb 12, 2020 15:04:20   #
Kevyn
 
woodguru wrote:
This is actually escalating faster than can be kept up with, trump thanks Barr for "taking over" the prosecution of Stone, thentweets an actually impeachably wrong statement that he as president can oversee and direct the DOJ as far as who and how they prosecute anyone he wants.

He is so wrong about the role the president plays with the DOJ it is literally impeachable. His premise would then conclude that it is up to the president who he tells the DOJ not to investigate or prosecute, which we knew, I just didn't thing trump could possibly be stupid enough to come out and say it.

If you believe I am wrong you just go back to the freakout republicans had when Clinton, the husband of a presidential candidate met with the then current AG Lynch on the tarmac. The extreme reaction led to Lynch recusing herself from any of the Hillary issues the DOJ was looking at, a concept this administration and Barr does not get.

The president is to have zero interactions with the AG. Any suggestions or input from the white house is supposed to go through above board white house legal channels.

Barr cannot conduct DOJ business in the non partisan manner required when he is responding directly to the orders of trump
This is actually escalating faster than can be kep... (show quote)

More of the third world bananarepublican criminality the Pumpkinfuhrer is known for.

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Feb 12, 2020 15:18:00   #
Seth
 
DASHY wrote:
Trump got the green light from GOP senators at the sham impeachment trial to commit Any illegal act he chooses. This one only involved his criminal pal, Stone. Can't wait to see his next scam now that Trump is above the law.


Yeah, yeah. Trump has been accused by the Democrats of one thing after another since before he was even inaugurated, and every single accusation has turned out to be pure fiction.

There was zero in the phone transcript indicating any pressure whatsoever, even the Ukranian president said as much, but the Democrats, knowing that there's no way they can beat Trump in the coming election -- the American people are living the reality of his accomplishments, so the denials by Democrats and the mainstream media aren't getting a whole lot of mileage on Main Street -- have stooped to slander and filthy politics to try to remove him from office.

If you lefties have such little respect for the intelligence of the American people that you think we haven't noticed that the "impeachment" was just another in a series of frivolously based, non-stop attacks, your ilk are really in for a surprise on 3 November.

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Feb 12, 2020 15:22:46   #
Noraa Loc: Kansas
 
woodguru wrote:
This is actually escalating faster than can be kept up with, trump thanks Barr for "taking over" the prosecution of Stone, thentweets an actually impeachably wrong statement that he as president can oversee and direct the DOJ as far as who and how they prosecute anyone he wants.

He is so wrong about the role the president plays with the DOJ it is literally impeachable. His premise would then conclude that it is up to the president who he tells the DOJ not to investigate or prosecute, which we knew, I just didn't thing trump could possibly be stupid enough to come out and say it.

If you believe I am wrong you just go back to the freakout republicans had when Clinton, the husband of a presidential candidate met with the then current AG Lynch on the tarmac. The extreme reaction led to Lynch recusing herself from any of the Hillary issues the DOJ was looking at, a concept this administration and Barr does not get.

The president is to have zero interactions with the AG. Any suggestions or input from the white house is supposed to go through above board white house legal channels.

Barr cannot conduct DOJ business in the non partisan manner required when he is responding directly to the orders of trump
This is actually escalating faster than can be kep... (show quote)


Others convicted for lying to Congress were just reprimanded or got a few months. The sentence he received was totally out-of-whack compared to others. Even the guy who testified against him wrote a letter to the court saying even he thought it was too harsh. Stone, as far as I am concerned, was a smug scmuck that didn't help his case.

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Feb 12, 2020 15:33:08   #
American Vet
 
woodguru wrote:
This is actually escalating faster than can be kept up with, trump thanks Barr for "taking over" the prosecution of Stone, thentweets an actually impeachably wrong statement that he as president can oversee and direct the DOJ as far as who and how they prosecute anyone he wants.

He is so wrong about the role the president plays with the DOJ it is literally impeachable. His premise would then conclude that it is up to the president who he tells the DOJ not to investigate or prosecute, which we knew, I just didn't thing trump could possibly be stupid enough to come out and say it.

If you believe I am wrong you just go back to the freakout republicans had when Clinton, the husband of a presidential candidate met with the then current AG Lynch on the tarmac. The extreme reaction led to Lynch recusing herself from any of the Hillary issues the DOJ was looking at, a concept this administration and Barr does not get.

The president is to have zero interactions with the AG. Any suggestions or input from the white house is supposed to go through above board white house legal channels.

Barr cannot conduct DOJ business in the non partisan manner required when he is responding directly to the orders of trump
This is actually escalating faster than can be kep... (show quote)


Dirty Cops: Democrats leap to defense of prosecutors who lied to DOJ about Roger Stone sentence

Seriously, nine years for an old man for lying to Congress? As if that place isn't a spectacular repository of lying in itself, Exhibit A: Adam Schiff?

Here in San Diego yesterday, a guy who shot a college student dead in a scuffle got six years. But Stone, see, gets nine. Just don't tell the bosses. Sleight of hand, see? We are talking dirty cops

Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/02/dirty_cops_pelosi_and_schumer_leap_to_defense_of_prosecutors_who_lied_to_doj_about_roger_stone_sentence.html#ixzz6DlLcm0LQ


Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/02/dirty_cops_pelosi_and_schumer_leap_to_defense_of_prosecutors_who_lied_to_doj_about_roger_stone_sentence.html#ixzz6DlLFJn9g

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Feb 12, 2020 16:43:07   #
Lonewolf
 
Seth wrote:
Yeah, yeah. Trump has been accused by the Democrats of one thing after another since before he was even inaugurated, and every single accusation has turned out to be pure fiction.

There was zero in the phone transcript indicating any pressure whatsoever, even the Ukranian president said as much, but the Democrats, knowing that there's no way they can beat Trump in the coming election -- the American people are living the reality of his accomplishments, so the denials by Democrats and the mainstream media aren't getting a whole lot of mileage on Main Street -- have stooped to slander and filthy politics to try to remove him from office.

If you lefties have such little respect for the intelligence of the American people that you think we haven't noticed that the "impeachment" was just another in a series of frivolously based, non-stop attacks, your ilk are really in for a surprise on 3 November.
Yeah, yeah. Trump has been accused by the Democrat... (show quote)


What you call a transcript was not a word for word record of the call and it stated so on the document . Alot could of been left off and was according to vidim.

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Feb 12, 2020 17:04:26   #
nwtk2007
 
Lonewolf wrote:
What you call a transcript was not a word for word record of the call and it stated so on the document . Alot could of been left off and was according to vidim.


18 people on the call and only Vindman said Trump made a demand. Also, those who do the transcriptions are highly skilled and do this and nothing but this. They are like court reporters.

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Feb 12, 2020 17:08:31   #
Noraa Loc: Kansas
 
Lonewolf wrote:
What you call a transcript was not a word for word record of the call and it stated so on the document . Alot could of been left off and was according to vidim.


Vindman! HA! He got his ass handed to him like he should have. He was and is a traitor to the Commander in Chief.

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Feb 12, 2020 18:13:42   #
nwtk2007
 
Noraa wrote:
Vindman! HA! He got his ass handed to him like he should have. He was and is a traitor to the Commander in Chief.


You got that right!!!

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Feb 12, 2020 19:27:24   #
DASHY
 
Noraa wrote:
Vindman! HA! He got his ass handed to him like he should have. He was and is a traitor to the Commander in Chief.


Vindman is a true American patriot who didn't feel the need to be loyal to our corrupt president. The many top officials and cabinet members who were fired by Trump share the same virtues: moral excellence and love of country. Trump knows nothing of these things.

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Feb 12, 2020 19:32:28   #
DASHY
 
Seth wrote:
Yeah, yeah. Trump has been accused by the Democrats of one thing after another since before he was even inaugurated, and every single accusation has turned out to be pure fiction.

There was zero in the phone transcript indicating any pressure whatsoever, even the Ukranian president said as much, but the Democrats, knowing that there's no way they can beat Trump in the coming election -- the American people are living the reality of his accomplishments, so the denials by Democrats and the mainstream media aren't getting a whole lot of mileage on Main Street -- have stooped to slander and filthy politics to try to remove him from office.

If you lefties have such little respect for the intelligence of the American people that you think we haven't noticed that the "impeachment" was just another in a series of frivolously based, non-stop attacks, your ilk are really in for a surprise on 3 November.
Yeah, yeah. Trump has been accused by the Democrat... (show quote)


It is not pure fiction that Donald Trump was, in fact, IMPEACHED by the Congress of the United States.

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Feb 12, 2020 19:47:45   #
nwtk2007
 
DASHY wrote:
Vindman is a true American patriot who didn't feel the need to be loyal to our corrupt president. The many top officials and cabinet members who were fired by Trump share the same virtues: moral excellence and love of country. Trump knows nothing of these things.


Vindman lied. Go back and read his testimony where he says Trump demanded the Ukraine president investigate the Biden's. And be honest with yourself. Why would you lie to yourself??

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