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H2O

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  1. Try r/snowbank. Or r/diabeetus or r/shotblock
  2. the only motherfucker up in here doing the "where's the subpoena?" was you. you trolled and now you are flailing around for other shit now that its been issued.
  3. every lib here is like this right now.
  4. and the DOJ has until May 1 to follow it. So we should mention it every day until then asking where it is.
  5. Maybe if Trump and his campaign didn openly court the Russians they fucking wouldn't need to worry about releasing investigative techniques, you dumb fucks
  6. Always good to see the most unhinged posters spamming the fuck out of the board with excuses for a president unfit to hold office.
  7. at least we only have to read their shitty political hot takes. Their shitty weather ones can stay in the NYC forum.
  8. i guess Phin likes Northam more now because he did the blackface thing. Its right up a gated white community resident's alley.
  9. Jesus Christ this is so awful. The SC had limits on what it could look into per its mandate. He was guided by long standing DOJ policy to NOT indict a sitting president. Friendly DOJ is how you describe a constantly changing AG situation? Rosenstein might have been the only one on his side. Dems supported him but the GOP didn't. But spin it how you need to. Trump isn't innocent despite you saying he's not guilty.
  10. keep showing how awful a person you are. Its cool. You are up to three accounts now. 4 will be soon.
  11. Prosecuting a sitting president and DOJ rules That the evidence wasn't conclusive wasn't at the crux of Mueller's decision not to prosecute, according to his report. The special counsel, even if he had wanted to, couldn't prosecute a sitting president. "This Office accepted (an internal Justice Department) legal conclusion for the purpose of exercising prosecutorial jurisdiction," Mueller wrote, citing the Office of Legal Counsel policy. Even setting OLC aside, Mueller added, "We recognized that a federal criminal accusation against a sitting President would place burdens on the President's capacity to govern and potentially preempt constitutional processes for addressing presidential misconduct." Separately, Mueller disagreed with Barr's previous assertion that the President as chief executive isn't capable of obstructing justice -- another important constitutional question when they looked at potential cases. Mueller also fully disagreed with legal defenses Trump's lawyers presented when trying to sway the special counsel against charging the President, the report noted. So, would prosecutors have brought an obstruction case if Trump hadn't been President? "Here's the problem," CNN analyst Elie Honig, a former federal prosecutor said. "Yes, but they're not going to charge the President." "It's a strong obstruction case." https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/18/politics/obstruction-charge-trump-mueller/index.html
  12. The one point lost on all you Trump clowns. Mueller found enough to go after trump for OOJ but long standing DOJ policy of not indicting a sitting president stopped it. Thats why he told Congress to go after it. Thats exactly what the report says. Trumps acts regarding the SC and witness tampering would be enough to get a person in a normal setting.
  13. Coming from the guy who couldn’t deal with the reality of animals living in his attic for years