Thread: The Robert Meuller Appreciation Thread

playallnite - 12/19/2018 at 06:08 AM

25 million spent on the prosecution of Trump so far.
$43 million in penalty's and fines so far accessed and won.
Keep going Mueller, your going to balance the budget.


gina - 12/19/2018 at 10:29 PM

Don't forget all those FISA's since 2002 and that unconstitutional Patriot Act which was able to be conceived, revised, typed, edited, and presented with it's 900 plus pages to Congress all in less than 30 days after 9-11-01. And then, even though it was and IS unconstitutional, it is still implemented today.


BrerRabbit - 12/19/2018 at 10:32 PM

Ships passing in the night . . .


Chain - 12/19/2018 at 10:32 PM

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25 million spent on the prosecution of Trump so far.
$43 million in penalty's and fines so far accessed and won.
Keep going Mueller, your going to balance the budget.


You could be right given the vast number of people in Trump's orbit that seem to illegally be milking the American tax payers in one form or another....Seriously, Trump is truly the crime boss he's always secretly wanted to be. "Drain the swamp" What a f*cking joke....And his supporters still believe he's looking out for them.


nebish - 12/20/2018 at 01:11 AM

Oh, yes. There are still alot, ALOT, of people who are all in on Trump. Not enough to win reelection, but I am continually surprised everyday the people I hear who live in their own world and believe their own version of what is happening.

Trump and anyone involved in illegal activities will deserve everything they have coming to them. I have no problem with this.


gina - 1/9/2019 at 10:39 PM

Erik Prince is apparently not a fan.

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/07/erik-prince-on-mueller-interview-would-rath er-go-to-a-proctology-exam.html


gina - 1/12/2019 at 09:16 PM

He's not a fan either. Wrongfully convicted when the FBI paid an informant for co-erced information.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1457101/us-judge-says-california-man-jailed-for-a ttending-terrorist-camp-in-pakistan-was-wrongfully-convicted

Barnes heard new testimony from witnesses who said Hayat, who was born in California, never had time to receive terror training while visiting relatives and getting married in his ancestral village in Pakistan.

The FBI paid an informant $230,000 over three years to infiltrate a Lodi mosque and record conversations with imams and worshippers after he improbably claimed to have seen several high-ranking al-Qaida officials there in the late 1990s.

The informant encouraged Hayat to attend a training camp while he was in Pakistan.

His attorneys said Hayat's eventual confession was coerced during a marathon FBI interrogation and that the terror training camp was closed during the time in 2003 and 2004 when prosecutors said Hayat was purportedly there for three to six months.


Remarks: The camp was not even open during the time they claim he was there, and then he gets sent to prison
after being set up with co-erced confession(s).



[Edited on 1/12/2019 by gina]


gina - 1/12/2019 at 09:23 PM

https://www.rferl.org/a/nyt-fbi-russia-trump-investigation/29705785.html

How can anyone trust the integrity of the agency's investigations after they set people up with co-erced confessions. I guess that's why Trump refuses to answer any more questions for Meuller or the agency and has a team of attorneys who will do that.


2112 - 1/12/2019 at 10:03 PM

Trumpís attorneys are smart to keep him from testifying. Trump can't go 5 minutes without lying. They don't need to coerce or trap him. Trump's big mouth is his worst enemy. Trying to discredit Mueller, a Republican appointed by another Republican, is pathetic.


gina - 1/13/2019 at 09:15 PM

I remember Guiliani saying 'what is the truth' it depends on who you ask and what they think the truth is. The truth is not always the truth. I found that to be a strange statement, but when going on a fact finding mission, sometimes people cannot find out exactly what happened or did not happen, so they go with what seems to be the truth.


MartinD28 - 1/13/2019 at 10:26 PM

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I remember Guiliani saying 'what is the truth' it depends on who you ask and what they think the truth is. The truth is not always the truth. I found that to be a strange statement, but when going on a fact finding mission, sometimes people cannot find out exactly what happened or did not happen, so they go with what seems to be the truth.

Rudy's posturing regarding the truth was similar to slight of hand. He knows what he was attempting to do. He knows how to distort & deceive. That's his new job with Trump.

His statement = Conway's alternative facts.

Some things are just absolute.


VTAB - 1/14/2019 at 09:11 PM

I would love to be a fly on the wall as the Conway's have dinner. Kellyanne going on supporting her
president singing the party song blah, blah, blah about working for the President. Hubby George a conservative
one of the few whom has consistently been a critic in her boss a$$.

George sitting back going are you going to b... me tonight or we going to talk politics?

Beware of white house cool aid...


Chain - 1/14/2019 at 10:07 PM

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I would love to be a fly on the wall as the Conway's have dinner. Kellyanne going on supporting her
president singing the party song blah, blah, blah about working for the President. Hubby George a conservative
one of the few whom has consistently been a critic in her boss a$$.

George sitting back going are you going to b... me tonight or we going to talk politics?

Beware of white house cool aid...


Nah, they're both Washington operatives just trying to make a buck like most everyone else in that town. Kellyanne knows full well her boss is an idiot and crook and is merely riding the gravy train and towing the line so she can eventually cash in down the road.

Mark my words, she'll write a tell all book in 2-3 years and make a few million and never look back. She simply sold out like most enablers, hanger on's, etc. that live in the beltway.


gina - 1/25/2019 at 10:33 PM

The witch-hunt against President Trump continues. This time Mr. Mueller is going back to 2016, reportedly, that Roger Stone, long time Trump campaign associate was involved with Wiki-Leaks.

https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/426927-mueller-trump-campaign- officials-communicated-with-stone-on


Stone appears next Tuesday in Federal Court.
https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/427049-roger-stone-to-appear-i n-dc-federal-court-tuesday



2112 - 1/25/2019 at 10:45 PM

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The witch-hunt against President Trump continues.



If this is a witch hunt, can we please burn the Grand Wizard at the stake when the investigation is done?


MartinD28 - 1/25/2019 at 11:32 PM

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The witch-hunt against President Trump continues.



If this is a witch hunt, can we please burn the Grand Wizard at the stake when the investigation is done?


Trumps sucks them in with his catchphrases & terminology. They parrot him. Cute. When it all ends, it will be like when Barnum And Bailey closed down after the final show. The clowns & sideshows of Trump's cast of characters will have left town leaving a void for some level of normalcy to reemerge.


sckeys - 1/26/2019 at 01:28 AM

Those awful cops sure were unfair to stone. Thats the word on the right anyway.


OriginalGoober - 1/26/2019 at 12:21 PM



Cool CNN was all set up for the LivePD show to film the take down of this Florida retiree.


MartinD28 - 1/26/2019 at 01:52 PM

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Cool CNN was all set up for the LivePD show to film the take down of this Florida retiree.


And Stone probably loved it. He lives for TV appearances & loves the limelight. He couldn't even stay off TV one day. The same day he was indicted he made an appearance on CNN last night. "Cool CNN" caught a big fish, goob. Great interview. You missed Stone being Stone. Bet they were showing reruns of Hillary & Obama on FOX - Hillary relevant but Stone just another 40 year associate / coffee guy bud of Trump.


Chain - 1/26/2019 at 02:34 PM

Surprisingly the Fox talking heads came to Roger's aide as expected while not even a mention of Trump capitulating to the Dems in Congress and the reopening of the gov't....At least not on the Fox coverage I watched last night...

I will say it was entertaining watching Laura Ingraham explain that given she has extensive experience and knowledge as a prosecutor, she was appalled at the amount of force the FBI used during the Stone arrest.....That's the real story here according to the Fox talking heads....


sckeys - 1/26/2019 at 04:29 PM

I wonder if Laura thought that when the feds did the same to Tommy Chong over water pipes? I noticed that Mark Livine said these were "white" crimes, whatever that meant, and the feds were over reaching. White crimes? This guy boasts about being a lawyer.


gina - 1/26/2019 at 06:26 PM

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Those awful cops sure were unfair to stone. Thats the word on the right anyway.


"If Roger Stone was indicted for lying to Congress, what about the lying done by Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Lisa Page & lover, Baker and soooo many others? What about Hillary to FBI and her 33,000 deleted Emails? What about Lisa & Peterís deleted texts & Wienerís laptop? Much more!"

@realDonaldTrump
5h5 hours ago


BoytonBrother - 1/26/2019 at 06:35 PM

The United States can and should always put national security first and foremost, so we can all continue to sit here and type away as we please. If the deep state determined that the real threat lies in the actions of the Trump administration due to his Russian influence, and not Obama or Hillary, then who are you to say otherwise? Should anyone care what we think? Or should we trust the deep state that keeps us safe as the #1 superpower in the world? All this ďbut they did it tooĒ, is so pathetic and weak. Thereís a reason why Obama and Hillary are free - because they maintained loyalty to the US and didnít endanger our country, like Trump did. Trump and his crew are not singled out victims - their actions created a threat, Obama didnít, period. Stop with the crybaby crap.


sckeys - 1/26/2019 at 07:59 PM

quote:
quote:
Those awful cops sure were unfair to stone. Thats the word on the right anyway.


"If Roger Stone was indicted for lying to Congress, what about the lying done by Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Lisa Page & lover, Baker and soooo many others? What about Hillary to FBI and her 33,000 deleted Emails? What about Lisa & Peterís deleted texts & Wienerís laptop? Much more!"

@realDonaldTrump
5h5 hours ago



Republicans had alot of investigative power during Obamas tenure and a local, trey gowdy, investigated Hillary and spent millions doing so. I remember right radio salivating about her going to jail? What happened with that?


cyclone88 - 1/26/2019 at 08:22 PM

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I will say it was entertaining watching Laura Ingraham explain that given she has extensive experience and knowledge as a prosecutor, she was appalled at the amount of force the FBI used during the Stone arrest....


And she should know that the reason the judge authorized them to show up at that hour with that many agents at his Ft. Lauderdale house, his house in NYC, and his radio studio in Miami was to obtain evidence that Stone would've destroyed if he'd been asked to surrender nicely with his attorney at some appointed time. The Dirty Trickster has been expecting this for a while so he's probably already destroyed most things on his computers, phones, etc., but I assume the FBI can retrieve them.

BTW, Stone said the FBI agents, who were not being paid at the time, were very polite.


BrerRabbit - 1/26/2019 at 08:28 PM

Stone good. Mueller bad.


Chain - 1/26/2019 at 08:46 PM

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quote:
I will say it was entertaining watching Laura Ingraham explain that given she has extensive experience and knowledge as a prosecutor, she was appalled at the amount of force the FBI used during the Stone arrest....


And she should know that the reason the judge authorized them to show up at that hour with that many agents at his Ft. Lauderdale house, his house in NYC, and his radio studio in Miami was to obtain evidence that Stone would've destroyed if he'd been asked to surrender nicely with his attorney at some appointed time. The Dirty Trickster has been expecting this for a while so he's probably already destroyed most things on his computers, phones, etc., but I assume the FBI can retrieve them.

BTW, Stone said the FBI agents, who were not being paid at the time, were very polite.


She did mention the evidence but also made a point to say he had two years to destroy it so why the over the top FBI presence....Of course she failed to mention that up until they apprehended him he could have continued to obstruct justice and intimidate witnesses in various ways not the least of which via cell phone, computer, etc.. So getting "real time" evidence in the moment can be as important as any evidence he's had prior...


cyclone88 - 1/26/2019 at 10:22 PM

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She did mention the evidence but also made a point to say he had two years to destroy it so why the over the top FBI presence....Of course she failed to mention that up until they apprehended him he could have continued to obstruct justice and intimidate witnesses in various ways not the least of which via cell phone, computer, etc.. So getting "real time" evidence in the moment can be as important as any evidence he's had prior...


Exactly. The former prosecutor professes outrage when she knows it's not old info they're looking for. Mueller already has enough texts, phone, email, whatsapp info from 2015/16 to support the indictment The guy runs a political website & radio station, runs his mouth 24/7, & has 2 hr late night phone calls so no doubt the search warrant was to seize all tech/electronics with an eye to the most current info.

I suppose she served the real purpose of distracting from Trump's cave. Ms. Coulter didn't miss it, though. Her tweet was "Good news for George Herbert Walker Bush: As of today, he is no longer the biggest wimp ever to serve as President of the United States."


Chain - 1/27/2019 at 05:41 PM

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quote:
She did mention the evidence but also made a point to say he had two years to destroy it so why the over the top FBI presence....Of course she failed to mention that up until they apprehended him he could have continued to obstruct justice and intimidate witnesses in various ways not the least of which via cell phone, computer, etc.. So getting "real time" evidence in the moment can be as important as any evidence he's had prior...


Exactly. The former prosecutor professes outrage when she knows it's not old info they're looking for. Mueller already has enough texts, phone, email, whatsapp info from 2015/16 to support the indictment The guy runs a political website & radio station, runs his mouth 24/7, & has 2 hr late night phone calls so no doubt the search warrant was to seize all tech/electronics with an eye to the most current info.

I suppose she served the real purpose of distracting from Trump's cave. Ms. Coulter didn't miss it, though. Her tweet was "Good news for George Herbert Walker Bush: As of today, he is no longer the biggest wimp ever to serve as President of the United States."



Don't you just love how Ann is so tough? It's easy to sit on the side lines and milk this ongoing fiasco of an administration for money when she has no skin in the game.

I'll give her this, she has managed to make pretty substantial earnings over the years bashing the left, the Clinton's, anything really that'll make her money. She's a cottage industry unto herself with no real effort or consequences. Meanwhile, most Americans do actual work for a living so she certainly is successful on that level.


cyclone88 - 1/27/2019 at 07:24 PM

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Don't you just love how Ann is so tough? It's easy to sit on the side lines and milk this ongoing fiasco of an administration for money when she has no skin in the game.

I'll give her this, she has managed to make pretty substantial earnings over the years bashing the left, the Clinton's, anything really that'll make her money. She's a cottage industry unto herself with no real effort or consequences. Meanwhile, most Americans do actual work for a living so she certainly is successful on that level.


I'd no idea she was so influential until recently, mostly because I don't watch TV. I remember years ago when she was a legal commentator on one of Bill Maher's early shows (along with Barbara Olson who was killed on 9/11) & she did a lot of shrieking. She was smart, had just written a book & started to build a following. Maher loved her for her shock value & I thought she was a satirist because she seemed delighted that the more outrageous she was the more popular she became. I remember reading a magazine interview back then where she bragged about how she'd become so influential & made a ton of $$ just by sitting at home in her underwear at the computer - not something I wanted to imagine but couldn't unread. Fast forward 15+ years & she seems to be running the country or at least DJT.

Brilliant career-building. Frightening for the country.


sckeys - 1/27/2019 at 09:28 PM

I remember when she was on fox often screaming Traeson at anybody with a question about the Iraq invasion. Now she is running the country along with hannity and rush. Yeah, she has made it.


Chain - 1/27/2019 at 09:41 PM

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quote:
Don't you just love how Ann is so tough? It's easy to sit on the side lines and milk this ongoing fiasco of an administration for money when she has no skin in the game.

I'll give her this, she has managed to make pretty substantial earnings over the years bashing the left, the Clinton's, anything really that'll make her money. She's a cottage industry unto herself with no real effort or consequences. Meanwhile, most Americans do actual work for a living so she certainly is successful on that level.


I'd no idea she was so influential until recently, mostly because I don't watch TV. I remember years ago when she was a legal commentator on one of Bill Maher's early shows (along with Barbara Olson who was killed on 9/11) & she did a lot of shrieking. She was smart, had just written a book & started to build a following. Maher loved her for her shock value & I thought she was a satirist because she seemed delighted that the more outrageous she was the more popular she became. I remember reading a magazine interview back then where she bragged about how she'd become so influential & made a ton of $$ just by sitting at home in her underwear at the computer - not something I wanted to imagine but couldn't unread. Fast forward 15+ years & she seems to be running the country or at least DJT.

Brilliant career-building. Frightening for the country.


Maher still has her on "Real Time" from time to time but does call her out when she makes false and outlandish comments. As I said above, as someone who's worked in stressful and sometimes very physical jobs throughout my life, doing what she does certainly has its appeal. Especially as i'm closing in on the big "50."

Being a full time pr@ck and provocateur from my home computer while in my shorts and a t-shirt with a coffee or vodka tonic in one hand and a vape pen in the other does't sound too bad at my age.

[Edited on 1/27/2019 by Chain]


BoytonBrother - 1/29/2019 at 07:48 PM

Word to the wise - if you come across anyone who believes this is the best representation of conservatism and the Republican party, then avoid them like the plague. They are fools.


cyclone88 - 2/21/2019 at 10:31 PM

So what does Stone have to do to get his bail revoked? Anyone else posting IG pics of a "celtic symbol" aka crosshairs next to a federal judge's head would've been snatched off the street into a cell. Surely, they don't think he's going to lead them to any more info? Was the court appearance so his 3 homes could be bugged? Like they aren't already?


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