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Mueller on Trump’s willingness to accept the assistance of a hostile foreign power to win the White House: “I hope this is not the new normal, but I fear that it is.”

Splitting his time between the House Judiciary Committee and the House Intelligence Committee, Special Counsel Robert Mueller spent approximately seven hours on Capital Hill today, answering questions about his investigation into Russian interference in our 2016 election. And it went pretty much just like most folks thought that it would. The Republicans attempted at every […]

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Nearly 500 former federal prosecutors agree… what Trump did, as detailed in the Mueller report, constitutes felony obstruction of justice

This afternoon, a letter titled Statement by Federal Prosecutors went up on Medium. The document, which has now been signed by over 450 former federal prosecutors, states that the Mueller report contains sufficient evidence to charge Donald Trump with felony obstruction of justice. [He cannot be charged while in office according to Department of Justice […]

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Three times that Barr was left speechless

Attorney General William Barr, facing calls for his impeachment in the wake of yesterday’s release of “the Mueller letter“, was forced to once again testify under oath today. I’m tempted to just rant about the absurdity of Lindsey Graham and the Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee, who spent their time rehashing long debunked conspiracy […]

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Barr, having perjured himself before Congress in order to help cover up the findings of the Mueller report, must be impeached

On April 10, over a week before the Mueller report was finally made public, Attorney General William Barr testified under oath before the Senate Appropriations subcommittee. During his testimony, Barr was asked whether or not Special Counsel Robert Mueller supported his conclusion, as articulated in the Attorney General’s now infamous 4-page memo, that Donald Trump […]

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Trump’s 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort receives 7.5 years in prison, and faces additional time in New York, which would not be subject to pardon

Like a lot of folks, I was kind of pissed off last Thursday, when U.S. District Court Judge T.S. Ellis III, of the Eastern District of Virginia, chose to disregard sentencing guidelines that would have put Donald Trump’s incredibly corrupt former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, behind bars for 19.5 to 24 years, and instead just […]

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