Mueller and his band of thugs may be in heap of trouble


#389

And ED solutions.


#390

#391

How was Flynn framed? Why would he plead guilty if he was framed?


#392

That’s because it’s a standing order… If there is not any more to turn over, then nothing is submitted…


#393

That’s the operative thought…IF she’s loyal to the United States…


#394

Now, there’s an interesting thought. Maybe there’s a subset of people in our nation who have developed a loyalty stronger to the message of conservative media than to the country itself and its Constitution, its institutions, and its rule of law.


#395

You’d think he’s know better.


#396

Flynn was caught up during FBI survellance of Russians- he was caught red-handed dealing with Russian in violation of the Logan Act, most likely at Trump’s direction.

Remember this tweet?


#397

The three hot-button CEC words. :slight_smile:


#398

It has been revealing how many have placed their loyalty to a man rather than to their nation. To a sleazy politician rather than to the Constitution.


#399

Good post. Maybe I’m mistake and their loyalty isn’t to a man. Maybe it is to the destructive messaging and lies of conservative conspiracy theory media.

If that is the case, then does it impact the discussion over there being recourse for those of us who value honesty and reality?


#400

I believe it has more to do with simply not wanting to be wrong. People can create a false reality to avoid their beliefs from crashing down on top of them.


#401

On a fake dossier? Lol no one ordered the judge … mueller Is done


#402

Mueller just got arrested again!


#403

when should we expect him to be done?


#404

Mueller’s not finished.


#405

Especially when you’re guilty as hell


#406

Is he arrested yet? :laughing:


#407

Wow, 19,000 Texts between Lisa Page and her lover, Peter S of the FBI, in charge of the Russia Hoax, were just reported as being wiped clean and gone. Such a big story that will never be covered by the Fake News. Witch Hunt!


#408

A lot of the commercials seemed to be aimed at either “we can help you get out of bad decisions you’ve made” (e.g. timeshares) or enticing people to make their next bad decision (e.g. “My investments make 5% per week!!! But this is not a get-rich-quick plan . . .”).