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Thu May 2, 2019, 02:14 AM

Maybe Barr's testimony today will shake something more loose from Mueller.

We know now that he can react to attacks on his work product.

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Reply Maybe Barr's testimony today will shake something more loose from Mueller. (Original post)
Grasswire2 May 2019 OP
ProudMNDemocrat May 2019 #1
Azathoth May 2019 #2
Jeffersons Ghost May 2019 #3
NotHardly May 2019 #4
DeminPennswoods May 2019 #5

Response to Grasswire2 (Original post)

Thu May 2, 2019, 02:50 AM

1. Mueller will outwit the Republicans and make them look foolish when they try to attack him...

Having faced down an enemy in war, led others in combat, never surrendered his principles, Robert Mueller will take command once again and lay down the truth.

I am assuming he is disgusted as to the direction this country is going with a lawless President and corrupt administration. No longer is there the rule of law and upholding the Constitution. Perhaps Mueller will testify to the truth under threat of arrest by Barr.

Trump may be sleeping good tonite after the despicable show Americans watched. But Trump would be foolish to think he is in the clear, because he is not.

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Response to ProudMNDemocrat (Reply #1)

Thu May 2, 2019, 03:20 AM

2. Is this supposed to be sarcasm? Mueller was Dubya's FBI Director

He's a longtime Republican legal establishment power player from the same clubhouse as Barr (they're good friends, incidentally). He had the chance to "lay down the law" in his report and instead he punted on everything.

Mueller will volunteer no help to us. He probably won't disgrace himself the way Barr has, but he will equivocate and demur and punt and pointedly refuse to level any direct shots at either Barr or Trump. At best, his position will be "the report speaks for itself, reach your own conclusions."

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Response to Azathoth (Reply #2)

Thu May 2, 2019, 03:28 AM

3. I HATE TO AGREE; BUT IT'S TRUE

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Response to Azathoth (Reply #2)

Thu May 2, 2019, 05:05 AM

4. Sadly, I agree with your analysis ... Superman is a myth

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Response to Grasswire2 (Original post)

Thu May 2, 2019, 07:55 AM

5. Not from Mueller, but from staffers who worked for or in the SCO

Don't forget, a main prosecutor, Andrew Weissman, has since left DoJ.

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