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iemanja

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14. I don't see anything wrong with the DOJ doing its job
Fri Nov 18, 2022, 11:50 PM
Nov 2022

I don't share your view that a Democratic-appointed AJ can't prosecute Trump or other Republican politicians. As was pointed out on Chris Hayes tonight, Garland still has oversight over Smith. Garland will still make the decision about whether to prosecute. Having a SP doesn't change that.

I think it makes good optics LeftInTX Nov 2022 #1
Mixed feelings. TDale313 Nov 2022 #2
This isn't equal justice. Frasier Balzov Nov 2022 #3
Ask me again True Dough Nov 2022 #4
Absolutely relayerbob Nov 2022 #5
"He's very experienced in this sort of espionage/treason thing." former9thward Nov 2022 #6
Some info here Pluvious Nov 2022 #12
Thank you but none of that is espionage or treason. former9thward Nov 2022 #13
It's unnecessary iemanja Nov 2022 #7
I'll be more civil than I was earlier earlier AZSkiffyGeek Nov 2022 #8
I don't see anything wrong with the DOJ doing its job iemanja Nov 2022 #14
Hopefully it's like calling in the closer SomedayKindaLove Nov 2022 #9
I choose "We'll see". Solly Mack Nov 2022 #10
Sounds good but we have been let down before mvd Nov 2022 #11
Should have had this poll TWO YEARS AGO. Emile Nov 2022 #15
Two years after the crime was committed? lees1975 Nov 2022 #16
I'm pretty sure he'll indict on the stolen papers case early in Tomconroy Nov 2022 #17
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