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1 minute ago, LongTimeFan said:

When you finally own one, let's us know so we can have a Scotty Death Watch 

Hey @chef, do you want to be next to kick the board tards nutsack up behind his ears? Or at least what's left of it.

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https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/3095300001

 

It started almost immediately, with the roll-out of the Russia investigation.

 

Before the results of special counsel Robert Mueller’s 22-month inquiry into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election were made public a year ago, Attorney General William Barr declared that there was insufficient evidence to charge President Donald Trump with obstruction of justice.

 

A month later, Barr announced the appointment of a federal prosecutor to review the origins of Mueller’s investigation, adding to a startling assertion that the FBI had spied on the Trump campaign.

 

When prosecutors in February recommended a stiff prison sentence for former Trump adviser Roger Stone – the last person charged in Mueller’s inquiry – Barr intervened again, prompting the dramatic withdraw of four department lawyers from case in protest.

 

Justice's latest decision to abandon the prosecution of former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn, analysts said, adds yet a new chapter to the steady dismantling of Mueller’s work that had long threatened Trump’s presidency, while exposing Barr, yet again, to fresh recriminations of fueling a continuing politicization of Justice as a powerful annex of the White House.

 

“The Department of Justice under Attorney General Bill Barr will likely be remembered as the most political Department of Justice in history,” said Jimmy Gurule, who once worked under Barr during the attorney general’s first stint at the department during the George H.W. Bush administration. "It deeply saddens me to witness the severe damage inflicted ... to the independence and integrity of the Department of Justice.”

 

David Weinstein, a longtime former federal prosecutor in Miami, said Justice's repeated interventions in the Mueller cases is "setting a pattern that I have never seen before."

 

"Brick by brick, Barr is taking apart the house that Mueller built," Weinstein said. "And the only reasonable explanation for it is that the president wanted it to happen."

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3 hours ago, Jamalisms said:

https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/3095300001

 

It started almost immediately, with the roll-out of the Russia investigation.

 

Before the results of special counsel Robert Mueller’s 22-month inquiry into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election were made public a year ago, Attorney General William Barr declared that there was insufficient evidence to charge President Donald Trump with obstruction of justice.

 

A month later, Barr announced the appointment of a federal prosecutor to review the origins of Mueller’s investigation, adding to a startling assertion that the FBI had spied on the Trump campaign.

 

When prosecutors in February recommended a stiff prison sentence for former Trump adviser Roger Stone – the last person charged in Mueller’s inquiry – Barr intervened again, prompting the dramatic withdraw of four department lawyers from case in protest.

 

Justice's latest decision to abandon the prosecution of former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn, analysts said, adds yet a new chapter to the steady dismantling of Mueller’s work that had long threatened Trump’s presidency, while exposing Barr, yet again, to fresh recriminations of fueling a continuing politicization of Justice as a powerful annex of the White House.

 

“The Department of Justice under Attorney General Bill Barr will likely be remembered as the most political Department of Justice in history,” said Jimmy Gurule, who once worked under Barr during the attorney general’s first stint at the department during the George H.W. Bush administration. "It deeply saddens me to witness the severe damage inflicted ... to the independence and integrity of the Department of Justice.”

 

David Weinstein, a longtime former federal prosecutor in Miami, said Justice's repeated interventions in the Mueller cases is "setting a pattern that I have never seen before."

 

"Brick by brick, Barr is taking apart the house that Mueller built," Weinstein said. "And the only reasonable explanation for it is that the president wanted it to happen."

LOL!!! You can just see the bias idiocracy… Do you ever even understand what is going on or do you just read rubbish and throw it out there as fact???

 

Barr taking apart what Mueller built... LOL!!! That's manure... Go back to the drawing board and try again... This time be sure to make notes on Jeff Jensen, the St. Louis US Attorney a 10 year FBI agent + 10 year prosecutor Barr assigned to the case to go over the evidence... Be sure to note Jensen, Barr, along with the US Attorney in DC came to the conclusion to dismiss the Flynn case, still pending the signature of the Judge... This is not some Barr doing Trump's bidding - wake the fuck up and stop relying on the MSM and their desperate need for covering up now more then ever... 

 

Don't even try to go there...

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13 minutes ago, Titans279 said:

This thread is one of the worst quality threads I've ever seen.

What's wrong the truth coming out a real kick in your gonads???

 

TDS shows its face with every anti-Barr remark... Very telling...

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10 minutes ago, thor said:

What's wrong the truth coming out a real kick in your gonads???

 

TDS shows its face with every anti-Barr remark... Very telling...

 

I'm talking about the massive bitch fest in here bruh

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8 hours ago, patsplat said:

I know at least one fellow with @OILERMAN's name on a post it on his monitor

 

The weird obsessive thing about that is I wasn't even involved in the discussion and didn't watch the video 

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2 hours ago, OILERMAN said:

 

The weird obsessive thing about that is I wasn't even involved in the discussion and didn't watch the video 

Yeah you did. Like I said, I saw the YouTube analytics view watch go up by one the exact same time you were the only one on the thread.

Obsessive is following someone in this forum who you state is weirdly obsessive about you.  Eh, Scotty?

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Turley:

 

"President Obama is being quoted on Flynn, saying "There is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free." It is a curious statement. First and foremost, Flynn was not charged with perjury."

 

"The Justice Department has dismissed cases in the past including the Stevens case.That was requested by President Obama's own Attorney General Eric Holder for the same reason: misconduct by prosecutors. It was done before the same judge, Judge Sullivan. How is that for precedent?"

 

"Samuel Johnson declared “patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” For prosecutors, that refuge is the Logan Act. Strzok, McCabe, Comey, Yates, and others retreated to Logan. It appears an unconstitutional crime is still better than no crime at all."

 

"Second, we now know Obama discussed charging Flynn under the Logan Act which has never been used successfully to convict anyone and is flagrantly unconstitutional. Third, this reaffirms reports that Obama was personally invested in this effort. Finally, there is precedent."

 

"Consider the absurdity of using this law against the incoming adviser for speaking with foreign diplomats on the eve of the new administration. The use of the Logan Act in that instance is just slightly better than an Alien and Sedition Acts prosecution against WikiLeaks."

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On 3/18/2018 at 8:31 AM, Jamalisms said:

Hi Tux, Flynn was waterboarded and mentally reprogrammed in a secret Russian initiative during 2014.

 

Now you've heard that too. Use your brain and reject both.

Brilliance just beaming out of this asshole...

 

On 3/18/2018 at 12:08 PM, Jamalisms said:

It is now. And more believable than that he's about to have charges dropped.

How  intuitive!!!

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1 hour ago, thor said:

Turley:

 

"President Obama is being quoted on Flynn, saying "There is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free." It is a curious statement. First and foremost, Flynn was not charged with perjury."

 

"The Justice Department has dismissed cases in the past including the Stevens case.That was requested by President Obama's own Attorney General Eric Holder for the same reason: misconduct by prosecutors. It was done before the same judge, Judge Sullivan. How is that for precedent?"

 

"Samuel Johnson declared “patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” For prosecutors, that refuge is the Logan Act. Strzok, McCabe, Comey, Yates, and others retreated to Logan. It appears an unconstitutional crime is still better than no crime at all."

 

"Second, we now know Obama discussed charging Flynn under the Logan Act which has never been used successfully to convict anyone and is flagrantly unconstitutional. Third, this reaffirms reports that Obama was personally invested in this effort. Finally, there is precedent."

 

"Consider the absurdity of using this law against the incoming adviser for speaking with foreign diplomats on the eve of the new administration. The use of the Logan Act in that instance is just slightly better than an Alien and Sedition Acts prosecution against WikiLeaks."

This case has some similarities with the Bundy cases, both in Oregon and Nevada. 

Øbama's "Justice" Dept screwed the pooch in both of those cases with overreach and/or prosecutorial misconduct.  The judge threw multiple charges out in Nevada, and the jury acquitted the yahooligans in the Oregon case because the prosecutors sought charges and punishments that just weren't warranted.

Both cases were lost purely due to the desire to punish people based on ideological and/or political reasons, and the unethical conduct by Holder/Øbama appointed prosecutors and law enforcement.

The misconduct was blatant in the Nevada case, and the conspiracy charges in Oregon were just laughable.

 

Aside from all of that, leave it to Turley a lifelong democrat but a fair jurist, to dismantle the left's legal arguments in a way that's irrefutable.

Just like he did in the House committee impeachment hearing.

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Good podcast about the Flynn Case

 

https://www.lawfareblog.com/lawfare-podcast-dropping-flynn-case

 

The Justice Department moved this week to dismiss the charges against Michael Flynn, a man who had pled guilty to lying to the FBI. It was an extraordinary move, one that provoked glee among the president's supporters and outrage among Justice Department traditionalists and critics of the president.

 

On Friday, Benjamin Wittes spoke with Lawfare's Quinta Jurecic and Susan Hennessey, as well as with Chuck Rosenberg, a former U.S. Attorney and senior FBI official who has held a number of other significant positions in the Justice Department. They talked about the Justice Department's move and the rationale for it that is spelled out in a brief to the court. What will happen now as Judge Sullivan considers the motion to dismiss? Can it be justified? And how unusual was it?

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1 hour ago, OILERMAN said:

Good podcast about the Flynn Case

 

https://www.lawfareblog.com/lawfare-podcast-dropping-flynn-case

 

The Justice Department moved this week to dismiss the charges against Michael Flynn, a man who had pled guilty to lying to the FBI. It was an extraordinary move, one that provoked glee among the president's supporters and outrage among Justice Department traditionalists and critics of the president.

 

On Friday, Benjamin Wittes spoke with Lawfare's Quinta Jurecic and Susan Hennessey, as well as with Chuck Rosenberg, a former U.S. Attorney and senior FBI official who has held a number of other significant positions in the Justice Department. They talked about the Justice Department's move and the rationale for it that is spelled out in a brief to the court. What will happen now as Judge Sullivan considers the motion to dismiss? Can it be justified? And how unusual was it?

They thoroughly destroy Shea and the DOJ. Really good podcast. 

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