Today, AG Jabba the Barr admitted he was getting information from Rudy re the Biden Ukraine deal. This is indicative of the rot within the Trump circle of cronies.
Trump is doing anything he can to erase the blot on his presidency by continuing to smear a political rival. Rudy isn't a representative of the US govt, so how the heck is he getting so close to Barr, who claimed he was unaware of Trump's Ukraine scheme?
LOL What "blot on his presidency" would that be? That a corrupt and partisan House voted to impeach him...without any evidence at all to support their claim? That Democrats claimed he was "colluding with Russia"?
Or is that "blot" a booming economy that has benefited nearly every person in the country...something Democrats find distasteful?
It's not my problem you ignore facts, Dan. Or do you think the Senate trial was a real trial when it was a foregone conclusion Mitch would pull the cover up of the Century for the criminal.You also ignore the fact of several Republican senators admitting what he did was wrong. Are they democratic flunkies who simply hate Trump?
Any honest person would admit what Trump did was unethical. Are you honest, Dan?
I don't give a big dog f**k about the economy when there's a criminal defying the oversight Congress has to keep his tremendous ass in line. What's going to happen to our economy when he sells us out to Putin?
Or are you so blinded by his shining honesty you just care if he does?
Because there's something rotten in our Denmark (Washington). Trump promised to "drain the swamp", but he didn't say which swamp. He's smearing everyone out there whom he fears. He's firing anyone who may have some integrity left and filling the gaps with his own corrupt cronies. What I don't understand is why Rudy's interference is being tolerated by honest Americans. Is what he is doing even legal?
I do believe the House sent a letter to the AG asking for clarification on Rudy's role in Govt. affairs. Knowing Jabba though, he'll more than likely throw it in the trash like Trump did the witnesses who testified in the impeachment inquiry.
Let's hope it isn't the same reason the Obama administration allowed a pipeline for Christopher Steele.
But, if Rudy has real evidence that can clear up any of the confusion on the Biden question, I hope it is looked at and investigated.
Yes indeed, the dude under Federal investigation for illegal campaign funds and accepting money from Parnas from some unknown entity, but suspected Russia.
And while he's under investigation, he's involved in a "pipeline to the Toady Barr. Surprise, surprise! It's like a bad movie it's so obvious. But it looks good on you.
I'm afraid truth from any source is truth. Bs from any source is bs. It's up to the investigators to corroborate truth and throw out bs.
You don't trust Barr. I didn't trust Comey. You trust the House, they are suspect to me. You don't trust the Senate, I'll wait to see if they move with facts or politically motivated bs. It's unfortunate things are polarized, but I say let them gather what they determine to be the facts and present them. If the investigation into anything turns up a presentation similar to the one against Trump (rumors and innuendo) with no clear crimes, I'll look at it as I did the one against Trump. An attempt at a political hit job.
In my opinion, the frivolous waste of time and money by the House,in an attempt to create discord through sleazy tactics and political maneuvering has brought on the investigation by the Justice Department and the move by the Senate to attempt to gain clarity on the Biden question. The House has made it clear they think something terrible happened. They have produced no evidence in 3 years that 'something bad' came from Trump. Let's take them at their word that something bad happened and see if someone competent can determine what that bad was and who did it.
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