Trump inaugural committee ordered to hand over documents to Federal Investigators


#42

If all else fails just yell “Clinton”


#43

Then of course…give all those around Trump immunity and don’t ask Trump any questions under oath. Then, before you start the process, first write the exoneration letter.


#44

Speaking of which - the DOJ has been under Trump control for 2 years now. When can we expect the arrest of Clinton? That was suppose to happen pretty early in his administration, right? Isn’t he suppose to be the “law and order” president or something?


#45

Why would anyone advocate for destruction of evidence? That makes no sense. We are a nation of laws. Every American should want adherence to these laws.

Desiring chaos and avoidance of the law is not in the best interest of the nation.


#46

I wouldn’t be surprised in the least to learn that some of this money came from Russian sources.

The Trump group is awash in corrupt Russian finances.


#47

What does any of that have to do with the current topic of discussion?


#48

The political establishment is on both sides of the aisle and well entrenched with in and throughout DC. There are many, many, many with in the State Department, the DoJ just waiting for the Trump Administration to come to an end so that they can continue on with their corrupt agenda. There’s many more heads that need to roll throughout the NSA, the CIA and the FBI who were designed to be free of a poltical influence but who are unitedly colluding for a political purpose…the “insurance policy” that agent Strozk eluded to.


#49

What exaclty does the “insurance policy” mean?


#50

The laws of the land are to be applied equally to all…period.


#51

It’s up to your interpretation since all of Strozk’s texts have been deleted. Hmmmm…wonder why?


#52

Wasn’t the insurance policy quote taken from a text you’re now claiming was deleted? Try to be consistent Smyrna.

Are you interpreting his statement? Is that just a euphemism for making it up?


#53

That sounds like a bunch of excuses to me.


#54

They aren’t.

Welcome to America.


#55

Okay. That still has nothing to do with the topic at hand.

Read the IG report on the Clinton investigation. It will help your seeming confusion here, that the law is not being equally applied.

If you feel the IG report is wrong, then hold your President accountable for not following through on your suspicions.

But don’t muddy the waters or seek to prevent the application of the laws in regards to Trump, because of some perceived injustice regarding someone else.

We don’t stop pursuing murderers, just because another murderer got away with it, do we?


#56

Then I will continue to speak out against this blatant unequal application of our laws.


#57

Once William Barr becomes the acting AG, we’ll see if he can clear up some of the “muddy water”.


#58

So it’s everyone else’s fault that Trump’s associates are paying the price for breaking the law?


#59

Again, that has nothing to do with the topic at hand. Or are you suggesting Barr should shut down the SDNY investigation of the Trump Inauguration?


#60

We’ve had an ongoing, two-year investigation, to uncover Russian collusion. How’s that going…other than to derail the current Administration from executing the political platform he was elected on?


#61

That’s because they are excuses.