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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Mueller is irrelevant

President Trump gave Bumbling Bob Mueller enough rope, and nearly a year later, that's him hangin' on the shed, because Mueller has lost public support.

Trump had put up with this unprecedented attempt at coupe de cop knowing it was doomed. Mueller's mission was to find collusion between Putin and Trump. There is none. That fact doomed Mueller.

But after a lifetime in the FBI, Mueller developed a large ego. Even after taxpayers shelled out nearly $6 million to cover up his mistake in the anthrax investigation, which lasted 5 1/2 years as he pursued the wrong man, Mueller thinks he is Sherlock Holmes.

Unable to find collusion, Mueller did mission creep, as any bureaucrat does, to include such things as the purchase of expensive rugs by Paul Manafort. The public smells his desperation.

Now Mueller is trying to turn Stormy Daniels into Monica Lewinsky. Even if Daniels were not a porn star/stripper/hooker, the plan is flawed. The Lewinsky probe backfired on Kenneth Starr, and ruined his reputation.

Mueller's unethical raid on Trump's lawyer discredited Mueller.

In October, only 52 percent of the public believed in the probe. Now only 46% do, Rasmussen reported.

Since the poll was taken, Mueller's hole has gotten deeper.

President Trump's pardon of Scooter Libby on Friday reminded the public of how vicious and nasty special counsels become when the evidence does not go the way they want.

Meanwhile, the economy booms, North Korea is on the run, and Bashar al-Assad is in a hole in the ground with no windows, hoping Russia will save him.

29 comments:

  1. Has any special persecutor ever "got their man?"

    Iran-Contra failed. So did Starr and now Mueller.

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  2. Irrelevant? Most likely, desperate: https://garygindler.wordpress.com/2018/04/11/good-cop-bad-cop-sessions-and-trump/

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  3. Trump should go on national television with this ultimatum: Mr. Mueller, you have been conducting an investigation for over a year with almost no results. Therefore, one week from today I want a complete report of what you have accomplished. Pleas for more time will be ignored. If a complete report is not submitted in one week, your services will be terminated. I have now ordered your office and those of your aides guarded by federal marshals. All persons leaving the building will be searched. All computer operations will be monitored. CNN and Fox, you may start the countdown clock in the lower right side of the screen, one week from today, 5:00 EST. My fellow Americans, I am fulfilling a campaign pledge. Mr Mueller is the personfication of the "swamp." The draining begins in one week, Thank you and God bless America.

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    1. Be still my heart! That would be a dream come true, wouldn't it.

      Imagine: justice, that was seen to be done, and promptly. With the likely result that the Wicked Witch of Washington would find that a house had dropped on him! (I doubt that any ruby slippers would be found, though.)

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  4. Well, yeah, Watergate. The Demmies are tryin their damndest to stoke that fire again. It's pathetic. Like grey aging lunatic 60s hippies visiting that farmsite in New York every year, looking for "that magic" once again. What, to bathe in shit water and get naked and fuck everybody in sight? Awesome. Die, hippies. Just die.

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    1. Hey, man, we're getting the band back together...

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    2. Yeah, man, cool! We could start with Ohio and then move on from there!

      (Unidentified voice): Well, man, we got a new one about the Pulse nightclub massacre.

      When is the date again? Aw, shit man, I gotta get my dog groomed that day.

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  5. Thing is, Bill lied under oath in a deposition and he was a sitting president.

    Yeah, that's definitely illegal.

    Trump's affair with Stormy, if it actually occurred was not and it happened 10-15 years ago.

    Mueller can see this is a no-go, right? I mean, are all Special Counsel/Prosecutors soo blinded?

    - TexasDude

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    1. Yeah Tex, that's the key: The alleged transgression occurred in 2006. Brave conservatives ought to be hammering this home every day. The Libs are trying to make you think this happened six months ago. IT DIDN'T!!

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    2. I'm still not sure why I should care what a porn star says. The chief function of one is attention seeking amidst the abandonment of all self-respect, so in a sane world, she'd have been laughed back into well-deserved obscurity the second she opened her mouth .. to speak.

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    3. Brutally honest; she would suck my d**k for money. What else would she do for money?

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  6. I keep hearing over and over again from anti Trumpers who believe that Mueller is the living, walking, breathing shadow of Christ and is beyond reproach because he was a Marine! A Marine, by God!

    I like to remind those folks that Lee Harvey Oswald was a Marine too.

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  7. I am Waiting/hoping for this to blow up Wile E. Coyote Mueller’s face so bigly that that he can’t get up and it will take a number of Democrats (including Schiff (he’s been quiet lately)) with him.

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  8. I believe Rep. Schiff has been made aware that he has been busted for leaking and will be facing criminal charges. I'll bet all of his talking lately has been to his attorney(s). Also, he could be an inside track to the Nazi colllaborator George Soros. - Elric

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    1. Lets not go all Thomas Wictor and start saying things for which we have no proof.

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    2. I haven't seen anything like that on Thomas Wictor's Twitter feed, but I'm only an occasional reader. There are several other sources for information, plus the observation that Rep. Schiff has been oddly silent lately - for some reason. - Elric

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  9. Trump fights back, that is one reason why Mueller has lost whatever public trust he may once have had. That, and Mr. Google enabled people to find out many facts about Robert 'Anthrax' Mueller's past.

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  10. “The narrative that will become widely understood is that Donald Trump did not sit atop a global empire. He was not an intuitive genius and tough guy who created billions of dollars of wealth through fearlessness. He had a small, sad operation, mostly run by his two oldest children and Michael Cohen, a lousy lawyer who barely keeps up the pretenses of lawyering and who now faces an avalanche of charges, from taxicab-backed bank fraud to money laundering and campaign-finance violations.” Adam Davidson in today’s New Yorker

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    1. He's been flogging this storyline for two years now. Might as well quote Rachel Maddow.

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    2. His top-rated television show for fourteen seasons, The Apprentice, alone puts the lie to that storyline.

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    3. Why should I believe anything printed or spoken in a New York publication? Anyone?? Bueller??

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  11. Watching my liberal law school classmates, many of whom are damn fine attorneys, forget the law when it comes to Trump has been sad to see. All of a sudden the rule of law means little to them.

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  12. Greenfield: "Attorney-client privilege is just one of those rights we have to give up to protect ourselves from a conspiracy theory invented by the Clinton campaign."

    BTW, The "Cohen-in-Prague"-fiction proves the exact opposite of what they say. A different Cohen went there. This mistake was in the FISA files. That it ended up in Steele's Dossier means that the Ohrs were feeding Steele top secret FISA files to frame Trump.

    It doesn't prove Trump colluding with Russia, it proves the DOJ criminally colluding with Steele.

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  13. Sung to the tune of "He's In The Jailhouse Now." (Apologies to the Soggy Bottom Boys.)

    I knew a man named Bumblin' Bob,
    He was a leaky, dissemblin' snob,
    He thought he was the smartest guy around.
    Well, I found out last Monday
    That Trump called Bob out on Sunday,
    And his approval polls have gone a long way down.

    He's in the doghouse now.
    He's in the doghouse now.
    Well, I told him once or twice
    To stop accusing Trump of a vice.
    He's in the doghouse now.

    Sorry. It was stuck in my head and I had to let it out. - Elric

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    1. The lyrics are not great, but it's got a good beat and even I could dance to it.

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  14. > that's him hangin' on the shed

    Altogether now,

    Tie me kangaroo court, Mort
    Tie me kangaroo court.

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