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  1. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Smerconish was gobsmacked this morning when Gaetz offered that he learned absolutely nothing new from the Mueller report. Gaetz claimed to know EVERYTHING already. And of course this is just a condensed report. The underlying evidence is where the real action will be.
  2. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    And if any one of them comes clean about lying on behalf of Trump as Michael Cohen did Donny then brands them as a LIAR! And the absurd thing is - he is right. They all lied constantly but on his behalf.
  3. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Maybe its time commentators and reporters started to spew it out as Trump himself likes to do at rallies ... "He's a LIIAAAARRR !!!" Or have a Pinocchio nose meter that grows at the bottom of the screen every time Trump lies during one of his public appearances. And add a little squirt sound effect each time it pops another inch.
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Some say impeachment could lead to Trump's re-election while others say if Congress fails to do anything about his very obvious crimes then it is failing to do its job and making bad precedent. The author doesn't elaborate on "Censure" by Congress but simply says it would be 'largely' a symbolic act ... Impeachment would be a terrible thing for our country. We have another option. Opinion ● By Karen Tumulty ● Read more » But there is another option: Either house, could, with a majority vote, formally censure Trump, something that has not happened to any chief executive since the Senate censured Andrew Jackson in 1834. While this would be dismissed in some quarters as merely a symbolic act, it would be a historic rebuke of the Trump presidency — and would, properly, leave it to the voters to decide whether they have had enough of it.
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    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Share: ● Sign up ● Read online (Reuters) Trump seethes after Mueller report relies on notes from White House staffers Some of the report’s most derogatory scenes were attributed not only to the recollections of former White House counsel Donald McGahn and other witnesses, but to notes kept by several senior administration officials. By Philip Rucker, Josh Dawsey and Robert Costa ● Read more »
  6. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    And I bet it wasn't redacted for them at all. They will know all about the 12 'other' investigations.
  7. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Smerconish pointed out a sentence in the Mueller report where he states that they were not even looking to make a case against the president as there would be no point. But Mueller does say after laying out the facts of instances of obstruction that he would exonerate the president if he felt he could - which he does not. So you figure out what he is saying - to Congress.
  8. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    BTW, how old are you Mitch, you political hack, you?
  9. Sunday, April 21/22 3:45 a.m. Day of Wrath (1943). Carl Dreyer film
  10. My top FF films of 1996 of the 14 that I have seen are …. 1. Kolya (1996) Jan Sverak, Czech Republic 2. Microcosmos (1996) Claude Nuridsany, Marie Perennou, France [I may have seen the dubbed version] 3. Goodbye, South Goodbye (1996) Hou Hsiao-hsien, Taiwan 4. Temptress Moon (1996) Chen Kaige, China 5. Ridicule (1996) Patrice Leconte, France 6. The Eighth Day (1996) Jaco van Dormael, Belgium 7. Prisoner of the Mountains (1996) Sergei Bodrov, Russia 8. Le Polygraphe (1996) Robert LePage, Canada 9. Drifting Clouds (1996) Aki Kaurismaki, Finland 10. L’Appartement (1996) Gilles Mimouni, France Thieves/Les Voleurs (1996) Andre Techine, France Gabbeh (1996) Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Iran Village of Dreams (1996) Yoichi Higashi, Japan and I’ve also seen … Irma Vep (1996) Olivier Assayas, France
  11. Bogie56

    Robert Mueller submits Russia report

    This conspiracy theory was totally debunked a long time ago. So you are either really behind on the news or just trolling. Read the report. Mueller explains how the investigation got going on page one! Oh, and the Republicans started the investigation and they started the special counsel too.
  12. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    I suggest you read the report. I provided a link in this thread today.
  13. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    On the subject of criminal conspiracy Mueller also stated that they were thwarted by lies and the destruction of documents and that there is no telling if the production of these documents would have lead to a different conclusion. The underlying evidence would provide the details of this.
  14. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    We've gone from Total Exoneration to Total Bull**** in Trump's view of the report within 24 hours. My BIG takeaway on the collusion is that Mueller said that they were not able to ESTABLISH a criminal conspiracy. That is a heck of a lot different than total exoneration. As Robbie Mook just said on CNN he doesn't understand how Trump's "collusion" with Russians is not illegal. The Democrats should push ahead with the investigation saying that laws need to be changed. You can't let this sort of behaviour become the new norm.
  15. Bogie56

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Richard Burr, the chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, apparently provided the White House with information on the Russia investigation after a private briefing with then-FBI Director James Comey, according to special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report.20 hours ago GOP Sen. Richard Burr apparently briefed White House on FBI's Russia probe, Mueller report says - NBC News ....Burr told the WH who the FBI was targeting in their investigation. A Huuuuuge tip off. Talk about leaks! Burr cannot recall doing this - sure buddy! Another dude who is unfit for any office.

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