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  1. Is it windy outside,... it might rain,... *involuntarily motioning to his finely coiffed pompadour*
  2. The president of the United States is getting his shit pushed in by a low-level sketchyass thug. Fucking Embarrassing.
  3. Nunes’ unauthorized biography will be a riot.
  4. Anyone see Woodyard slap that camerman's ass on the sideline during postgame celebrations? It was pretty hard and not sure it was well received.
  5. LOL, Nope, not so far. But make no mistake, Mr Prez I have world's best memory, is a lying pos who obstructed justice. President Trump told special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators on more than 30 occasions that he did not recall, remember or have independent memories of key events throughout the Russia investigation, leading Mueller's team to deem his written responses to questions “inadequate.” In his detailed report on the probe, released to the public Thursday, Mueller revealed for the first time the results of his written interview with Trump. The special counsel’s questions covered Trump’s knowledge of the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting, Russian hacking during the election, the Trump Organization’s Moscow project and contacts with Russia during the 2016 election and transition. Trump wrote to investigators he had “no recollection of learning at the time” about the June 2016 meeting between his son, son-in-law, campaign chairman and Russians who offered dirt on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, “nor do I recall” learning of it during the campaign. The president also wrote that he had “no independent recollection” of his whereabouts on the day of the meeting, though his schedule said he was in New York and in the building for at least part of the day. The Hill counted 37 instances when Trump said he did not remember events or matters about which he was asked. Mueller also wrote in his report that he found other answers to be “incomplete or imprecise.”
  6. Jeez, all these damn checks and balances! No wonder our dumbass wannabe emperor keeps getting tripped up: The Government Accountability Office said the Trump administration broke the law when it withheld US security aid to Ukraine last year that had been appropriated by Congress, a decision that's at the heart of the House's impeachment case against President Donald Trump. The GAO, a nonpartisan congressional watchdog, said in a decision issued Thursday that the White House budget office violated the Impoundment Control Act, a 1974 law that limits the White House from withholding funds that Congress has appropriated. The Office of Management and Budget told the GAO it "withheld the funds to ensure that they were not spent 'in a manner that could conflict with the President's foreign policy,'" said Thomas Armstrong, the GAO's general counsel. But the GAO rejected that argument. "Faithful execution of the law does not permit the President to substitute his own policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law," the GAO wrote. "OMB withheld funds for a policy reason, which is not permitted under the Impoundment Control Act. The withholding was not a programmatic delay. Therefore, we conclude that OMB violated the ICA."
  7. False Equivalency. Finding evidence/performing an investigation (the House) does not equal holding a trial of a public official (the Senate). The repub witnesses that were refused were complete red herrings and represented an overreach beyond the investigation -- a potential abuse of Congress. Biden was not on trial and the Congress should not play into doing Trump's original dirty work request. Even the stooge FBI knew better than to try that bullshit no matter how much the echo chamber screamed.
  8. An offshoot that's of bigger consequence after Trump, is just how much echo chamber content and dissemination Parnas and the ring around Trump managed. It's like a survey class of propaganda 101, including eager narrative parrots in the media getting paid handsomely to play the Trump-at-all-costs game.
  9. A quick scope of the coverage on the recent Lev Parnas disclosures from FoxNews webpage; stories listed 2/3 down the page: Indicted Rudy pal shoots down Dem claim that Trump had diplomat stalked Donald Trump Jr. accuses Yovanovitch of 'monitoring' him, other Americans Giuliani associate Lev Parnas tried hiding $1M Russia payment, prosecutors allege
  10. Dan Morgan a decade ago, now Kuechly -- those Panther ILBs can't stay on the good side of the concussion game. I hope they retired in time when their 50's roll around.
  11. Here's Trump on showers, sinks and, yes, toilets during a "Keep America Great" campaign rally in Milwaukee on Tuesday night: "But sinks, toilets and showers. You don't get any water. They put restrictors on and now they made them permanent. People used to take them out. They put restrictors on. Try going and buying a new faucet. You turn it on, no water comes out. Right? We won't talk about toilets, but you know that's true. Ten, fifteen -- but we don't talk about that. Because I've said this three or four times, the only subject they ever talk about is toilet, so I don't mention it. But how about the shower? You go into a shower, and I have this beautiful head of hair. I need a lot of water. You go into the shower, right? You turn on the water. Drip, drip, drip. I call the guy, something wrong with this? No, sir. It's just the restrictor. So you're in there five times longer than you're supposed to be. You use probably more water. And it's a very unpleasant experience. Right? So we're getting rid of the restrictors, you're going to have full shower flow. You'll see. Did you ever go to the faucet, you turn on the faucet to wash your hands, and it turns on so easy. It's like this, you know, because there's zero pressure behind it, no water. You go like that the thing flips on and whoa. And then dunk, dunk. These people are crazy." At a campaign rally in Michigan in mid-December, Trump went on an extended riff on water pressure -- and appliances. Here's how Yahoo described the moment: "Now we're doing it with a lot of other things. Uh, dishwashers, and uh, you know. I won't tell you one of the things because every time I tell you they do a big number on it. You know the one I'm talking about, right? Sinks, right? Showers? And what goes with a sink and a shower? [Crowd chants, "A toilet!"] "Ten times, right? Ten times. [Trump does flushing motion while saying something that sounds like 'bah, bop.'] "Not me of course, not me, but you. You. But I never mention that." Trump went on to note that you used to press a dishwasher once and there would be an "explosion" but "now you press it 12 times. Women tell me."
  12. Volume II of the Mueller report addresses obstruction of justice. The investigation intentionally took an approach that could not result in a judgment that Trump committed a crime,[17][18][19] abiding by an Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) opinion that a sitting president cannot stand trial,[20][21][22] fearing that charges would affect Trump's governing and preempt impeachment,[18][21][23] and feeling that it would be unfair to accuse Trump of a crime without charges or a trial.[20][21][24] As such, the investigation "does not conclude that the President committed a crime"; however, "it also does not exonerate him",[25][26] with investigators not confident of Trump's innocence.[27][28][29][30] The report describes ten episodes where Trump could have obstructed justice while president and one before he was elected,[31][32] noting that he privately tried to "control the investigation".[33][34][35] The report further states that Congress can decide whether Trump obstructed justice and take action accordingly,[18][36][37] referencing impeachment.[38][39] Congress Inquiry: Can the president be charged with obstruction of justice when he leaves office? Mueller (without hesitation): Yes.
  13. I'm guessing the whatsup/email leaks from the Dem committees were the final public opinion card to play since McConnell didn't want to bow to Pelosi's request for witnesses in the Senate. Essentially a big fat: here you go, wait there's one more thing you need to know, and good luck with that not a real trial thing!

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