This blogge cannot prove there might not have been any obstruction

Random thoughts, exploding synapses, and hitherto undetected dark matter:

More mud than light — One has to wonder why special prosecutor Robert Mueller made his statement today except to encourage Democrats to impeach Donald Trump. At least, he waited until Bill Barr was in Alaska.

The takeaway is his statement “If we had confidence Trump didn’t commit a crime [that being obstruction of justice] we would have said so.”

Quincy medical examinerBut the decision is binary: yes or no. On or off. $30 million and two years worth of subpoenas and grand jury testimony later, if his team could not find a provable crime there is no crime. Mueller’s cavil, that he did not declare a crime because he President cannot be prosecuted while in office,  was the case on Day One of Mueller’s probe. Was it all a fool’s errand?Compare with Ken Starr’s inquiry into Bill Clinton, wherein that special prosecutor said (in effect) He Did It.

Somehow, Mueller WAS able to say the Russians tried to influence the presidential election but that there was no collusion on the part of any Americans.

The entire Trump-Russia collusion narrative was always implausible —  Victor Davis Hanson in National Review:

1. Washington swamp of fixers such as Paul Manafort and John and Tony Podesta was mostly bipartisan and predated Trump.

2. Trump administration’s Russia policies were far tougher on Vladimir Putin than were those of Barack Obama. Trump confronted Russia in Syria, upped defense spending, increased sanctions, and kept the price of oil down through massive new U.S. energy production. He did not engineer a Russian “reset” or get caught on a hot mic offering a self-interested hiatus in tensions with Russia in order to help his own reelection bid.

3. Russia has a long history of trying to warp U.S. elections that predated Trump and that had earned only lukewarm pushback from the Obama administration. It’s also worth remembering that President Bill Clinton and the Clinton Foundation had been recipients of Russian and Russian-related largesse — ostensibly because Hillary Clinton had used her influence as secretary of state under Obama to ease resistance to Russian acquisitions of North American uranium holdings.

CNN is advertising its on-air personalities as “Champions for Change.” What change are they championing? Change for the sake of change? Could change be for the worse? One suspects this is a thinly veiled Trump Resistance dog whistle.

Dick & Jane policeThe Capital Times is trying to clamber aboard the school safety issue without retracting its opposition to cops in schools. Is why it throws up another opinion piece on school safety without mentioning (ahem) police. They’re all-in for holding classes teaching kids that rape is not O.K. As if MMSD kids are going to say “Now you tell us!”

The CT backed themselves into this corner by coming out against school resource officers early on. Here’s the thing about cops. You see a squad car up ahead, do you check your speedometer? Make certain to signal your turn? Yes, you do! You see a uniformed police officer in the hallway — are you less likely to commit a crime?

Four Pinocchios is what The Washington Post fact-checker gives  to the Planned Parenthood assertion that, before Roe v. Wade, “thousands” of American women died every year from illegal abortions.

“Telling Liberals about ‘White Privilege’ Doesn’t Make Them More Empathetic” is today’s reading assignment. 

Action alert! Madison Teachers Inc. — wake up! Flood the next school board meeting on June 24 to DEMAND Cops in School. Demand the school board remove T.J. Mertz’s poison pill allowing the district to unilaterally unassign a police officer.

That is all.

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74 Responses to This blogge cannot prove there might not have been any obstruction

  1. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    CNN: “Champions for Change.”

    “What change are they championing?”

    They can’t get any further from reality or relevance.

    “Change for the sake of change?”

    Start with the immediate removal of the Moron Savant Trio; blithering Lefty imbeciles (forgive the triple redundancy) Brian Stetler, Anderson Cooper, and Andrew Cuomo

    “Could change be for the worse.”

    Not from where I’m SITTIN’!

    Struggling CNN Reportedly Shakes Up London Operation On Heels Of Health Unit Layoffs

    A new beginning?

    The Gotch

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    • richard lesiak says:

      Then start watching MSNBC. Fox has a low IQ just like Bibben, Bydan, Baden, Ahhh crap’ hey KellyAnn what’s that guy Joee’s last name again?

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      • George's Son says:

        Just sayin’, Ricardo…. Seems ya haven’t been payin’ attention, RE: The Real World…. Guess that ‘Net connection under that rock in up in the Dells needs some tweakin’…
        https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/fox-cnn-may-ratings

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      • “Then start watching MSNBC. Fox has a low IQ…”

        I really hope you were joking?

        People that seriously imply, or state, that MSNBC has a higher IQ than Fox need to have a medical professional do a full cognitive screening.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @Steve Witherspoon;

          “People that seriously imply, or state, that MSNBC has a higher IQ than Fox need to have a medical professional do a full cognitive screening.”

          For present company, that ship has sailed.

          Anywho; from the bedrock Conservative HuffPo: MSNBC Almost Entirely Dominated By Opinion: Pew Study

          News Content: FoxNews 45 % MSLSD 15 %
          Opinion Content: FoxNews 55 % MSLSD 85 %.

          Et tu, HuffPo?

          Soooo, MSLSD has 55 % more Opinion content and a mere 1/3 the News content of FoxNews.

          Guess who @richard lesiak, et al, has tuned in?

          No wonder he’s so XXXXXXG XXXXXD, am I right?

          The Gotch

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        • richard lesiak says:

          so you like watching pucker Carlson sitting there with his mouth hanging open with drool on his chin? yuck.

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        • so you like watching pucker Carlson sitting there with his mouth hanging open with drool on his chin? yuck.

          Well that lack of logic and focus reply wasn’t quite what I expected; a reply that didn’t comment about what I wrote, personally attacked Tucker Carlson with immature pettiness, seems to imply that he judges everyone at Fox based on Carlson, and an assumption that I would waste my time watching Carlson.

          So much lack of logic and what appears to be of lack of cognitive focus I have to ask; Richard are you an adult and if so are you over 70 years old?

          Richard Lesiak’s comments are certainly “entertaining” but not necessarily in a positive way. It’s like watching those ignorant teenagers in a horror movie moments before you know their next steps is gonna get them dead by the insane masked murderer but you don’t know how the murderer is gonna do it this time; well you just know Richard is going to write some stupid, off balance, illogical, and well off topic things but you really aren’t sure where that wandering mind of his will gravitate to other than you can be damn sure he will be attacking Conservatives, but how’s he going to do it “this” time.

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        • Life takes me in a different direction, I don’t spend as much time online and look what happens, someone muscles in my rhetorical territory and does it better than me.

          I bow to an honorable master of rhetorical excellence. Bravo!

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @Steve Witherspoon;

          You haven’t been here long, but your observation of @richard lesiak couldn’t be any more accurate.

          There is a universally consistent opinion (save for his pal @AnonyBob) of the staggeringly inane, less-than-useless posts here which is, not to put too fine a point to it, none-too-flattering.

          Scroll on past or he’ll drag you down to a rock bottom level of imbecility where his lifetime of experience will take over.

          The Gotch

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    • madisonexpat says:

      CNN announces a 24% change in viewership and axes staff. Lyin’ Brian Stelter denies there is any problem. “What do YOU think happened Mr. Zucker?”

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  2. AnonyBob says:

    What Mueller is saying is simple: if Justice Dept. rules didn’t prevent him from charging Trump with a crime (obstruction), he woulda. He didn’t say he and his team couldn’t find a provable crime, just that they weren’t allowed to make the charge. So yeah, it IS up to the Dems in Congress to make the public case for impeachment. And they’ve got a lot to work with.

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    • John Popanz says:

      The entire Mueller ‘investigation’ was right out of Stalin’s playbook. Beria famously said. https://www.azquotes.com/quote/1137804 .

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    • Sprocket says:

      There’s a problem with the narrative that, were it not for the DOJ finding, Mueller would have indicted Trump. It’s that Mueller has shown little hesitation to indict members of the administration and only a sitting president is protected by the DOJ finding. It goes to reason that if collusion or obstruction charges had any legs, Mueller would have referred the other members of the administration involved. He didn’t, which tells you everything you need to know.

      In listening to Mueller’s Rorsach blot of a statement yesterday, it seemed to me he was teeing up impeachment for the Democrats, while trying to protect himself from the flying feces that would entail. The soft coup rolls on.

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  3. George's Son says:

    A-Bobster, I’m answering anecdotally, B/C you really DO avoid research and common sense:

    Nicknamed “Bloody Babs” by the L.A. press in 1955, Barbara Graham was advised that taking a deep breath after the cyanide pellets were dropped would make her death easier. She replied “How the hell would you know, you silly rascal?”

    So, RE yer comment — “How the hell would you know, you silly rascal?”

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  4. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    D.C. Rule of Professional Conduct 3.6:

    The prosecutor in a criminal case shall not:

    (f) Except for statements which are necessary to inform the public of the nature and extent of the prosecutor’s action and which serve a legitimate law enforcement purpose, MAKE EXTRAJUDICIAL COMMENTS WHICH SERVE TO HEIGHTEN THE CONDEMNATION OF THE ACCUSED>/b>. (bolds/caps mine)

    Paging, D.C. Bar Ethics Committee…

    The Gotch

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    • richard lesiak says:

      Should read the BARR ETHICS COMMITTEE HEARINGS

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    • Mueller knowingly and willfully violated the D.C. Rule of Professional Conduct but to what end. There is only one reason I can think of and that was to intentionally insert innuendo into the political theater and inflame the Anti-Trump political hacks pushing for impeachment. Of course that “willfully” I spoke of is only true if the political left isn’t currently blackmailing/intimidating him into appearing sympathetic to their impeachment wishes. Remember to progressives and Trump haters innuendo is equivalent to proof, they’re so damned stupid they literally don’t know the difference.

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      • Batman says:

        “Of course that “willfully” I spoke of is only true if the political left isn’t currently blackmailing/intimidating him into appearing sympathetic to their impeachment wishes.”

        Why is blackmail/intimidation the only reason?
        Perhaps he just hates Trump as much as nearly every maladjusted, delusional, naïve Lefty does.
        Notice the people he appointed to his ~ let’s get-um ~ team.

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  5. old baldy says:

    Another example of alternative facts. There have been a bunch of indictments, convictions, penalties (the investigation made a profit, just ask Manafort) and a gaggle of Russians will never set foot on US soil again. Flynn, Patten and Papadopoulous were involved with the Russians. Mueller had his hands tied by the DoJ policy of not charging a sitting president on obstruction, but I’d wager there will be some interesting discussions come February 2021..

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    • richard lesiak says:

      The feds in NY will take a big chunk out of the trump org. This ain’t over by a long shot.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        @richard lesiak;

        But, but, but, but, but, but, but, but, what about all that spittle-flecked slobbering about what the Great Lefty Hope, the SDNY, was going to do?

        Wait a MINUTE.

        The Mueller Report Makes It Clear: Trump Is Off the Hook in SDNY as Well – slate.com

        Sla-sla-sla-sla-sla-sla-slate????

        Et tu, slate?

        BBBWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

        Wait a MINUTE 2.0.

        Where have I been hearing about the SDNY recently?

        Oh yeah…

        U.S. Attorney Announces Indictment Of Michael Avenatti For Aggravated Identity Theft, Engaging In A Scheme To Defraud A Former Client | USAO-SDNY | DoJ

        Say, wasn’t soon-to-be-Federal-Prisoner Michael Avenatti a 2020 democrat Party POTUS favorite?

        Why yes, yes, I believe that soon-to-be-Federal-Prisoner Michael Avenatti WAS a 2020 democrat Party POTUS favorite!

        Watching an enfeebled Lefty continue to flail as a fact-based Universe pummels it unmercifully into irrelevant oblivion is almost too much to bear.

        Almost!

        Ah Lefty; so MUCH suffocating ignominy, so little time!

        The Gotch

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        • richard lesiak says:

          BS. Sober up gootchie. Did you even listen to Mueller? It was the Russian military and WikiLeaks helping trump. What the hell does Avenatti have to do with the Mueller report? More of your smoke-screen BS. Quoting slate.com? Your kidding right? Your spittle-flecked slobbering is getting old gotch. Please confine it to your dinner table where your wife can wipe your chin for you. Watching the enfeebled righties flail about trying to defend trump and his WH clown show is too much to bear. Ahhh righties; so many indictments, so little time.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “Quoting slate.com? Your (sic) kidding right?”

          @richard lesiak thinks slate.com is a Righty site because it FOR ONCE posts Inconvenient Truth.

          Awwww, isn’t THAT cute!…AND

          Priceless!

          The Gotch

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      • The feds in NY will take a big chunk out of the trump org. This ain’t over by a long shot.

        Richard uses the word “will” as if it’s concluded fact that his prediction “will” happen.

        This ain’t over by a long shot.

        For the political left, it ain’t over until they somehow “get” President Trump for something that they fabricate out of their witch hunts.

        Trump can be a real narcissistic prick but you’ve got to admit Richard, the unethical left has literally been on a witch hunt since before the Presidential election in 2016 to try to find, or fabricate, something illegal to to pin on Donald Trump and to this day they haven’t been able to connect Donald Trump directly to any illegal activity. Now we have an unethical Congress on another witch hunt trying to drum up something to use to impeach President Trump. It seems that the anti-Trump resistance has set a brand new precedence for interfering with government and endlessly attacking a President of the United States to try to prevent him from doing his job. Do you honestly think that the Republicans will not learn from unethical anti-Trumpers, turn the tables, and use the same unethical attack dog tactics in the future against a non-Republican President?

        Just because the left believes with their entire being that Trump is a dastardly criminal committing lots of illegal things does not mean that Trump is a has done anything illegal. We have a Constitution for a reason, and part of that reason is to prevent the same kind of lunatic emotional mob vigilantism that’s happening against Trump to railroad innocent people into having to prove their innocence, which is anti-American, as opposed to the lunatic emotional vigilante mob having to prove their accusations with facts.

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        • old baldy says:

          “and to this day they haven’t been able to connect Donald Trump directly to any illegal activity”.

          That sure isn’t what Mueller said. And trump insiders like Flynn, Cohen, Manafort, Papadopolous, et al would surely disagree. Stone is probably getting fitted for a orange suit as well.

          I’m fine with not pursuing impeachment as that never prevail in the Senate, and would just make trump a martyr in the eyes of his 40% (and falling) supporters. Let him have his last 2 years, and see if he doesn’t completely flip out and leave on his own. Sooner or later those 10,000 lies (and counting) are going to bring him down.

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        • I said,

          and to this day they haven’t been able to connect Donald Trump directly to any illegal activity

          Old Baldy replied,

          That sure isn’t what Mueller said.

          Old Baldy, I’ll bite at your bait. What exactly did Mueller say that connected Donald Trump directly to illegal activity; quote his exact words.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @Steve Witherspoon;

          Don’t expect a coherent reply from @hankdog/old baldy; a fact-based Universe is anathema to him specifically, and Lefty generally.

          Sheesh, he’s still shamelessly hanking©™® under the hilarious, if cringe-inducing, misconception that he’s fooling everyone by pretending he’s not madison.com’s @hankdog.

          Considering that body of work, no one would blame him, am I right?

          The Gotch

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        • Don’t expect a coherent reply from @hankdog/old baldy…

          …pretending he’s not madison.com’s @hankdog

          That explains a LOT!

          I remember that idiotic political hack Hankdog from way back in the good-ole-days at madison.com trolling the articles making all kinds of ridiculous claims with no facts to back them up. Hankdog was part of the lefty group of trolls that were stalking conservative commenters that hey didn’t like and getting their comments deleted. Hankdog was/is an imbecile.

          Tim Kelley at madison.com and I used to have some interesting conversations about Hankdog and some of the other imbecile lefty trolls.

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        • old baldy says:

          ” As set forth in the report after that investigation, if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so”. from Mueller.

          Interpret that however you want. But Mueller didn’t exonerate trump.

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        • The comments from hankdog/old baldy are rhetorical gifts that keep on giving.

          Here are the facts in chronological order…

          I said,

          and to this day they haven’t been able to connect Donald Trump directly to any illegal activity

          Old Baldy replied,

          That sure isn’t what Mueller said.

          I then said,

          What exactly did Mueller say that connected Donald Trump directly to illegal activity; quote his exact words.

          Then old baldy replied with ,

          “As set forth in the report after that investigation, if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so”. from Mueller.”

          How stupid can a person get; old baldy used Mueller’s words to completely disprove his own claim and prove mine.

          Interpret that however you want.

          Rationalizations will get you no where with me.

          No old baldy, you don’t get to interrupt things anyway your single cell brain desires, try adding some rudimentary comprehension skills before you parrot lefty’s talking point propaganda.

          Mueller didn’t exonerate trump.

          Mueller did not say that he could directly connect Donald Trump to illegal activity as you claimed. All you have is “innuendo, which occurs when statement A suggests the truth of statement B, without logically implying it. This technique is used effectively by advertisers, in order to suggest certain claims about a product which the maker of the product cannot adequately support. The idea is to make the consumer believe certain these things about the product, while avoiding charges of false advertising. Source. I have no doubt that Mueller hates Trump and that kind of hate will drive intelligent professionals to do stupid things like violate the D.C. Rule of Professional Conduct 3.6 with inflammatory innuendo which was in fact extrajudicial comments which serve to heighten the condemnation of the accused, as was correctly mentioned by The Gotch.

          Old Blady’s statement shows what the real problems are with the political left and the anti-Trump resistance, they have no comprehension or critical thinking skills and they’re too damned partisan biased to know it. Progressive sheep rationalize almost everything out of their ignorant mouths, just like what hankdog/old baldy did above.

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    • madisonexpat says:

      So you’ve moved the goal post from foaming at the mouth certainty that “Russia hacked the election” to someone was involved with some Russians.
      Keep up the good work.

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  6. Batman says:

    The three stooges~~~~~~~> Mueller’s drool bucket. Not unexpected but still somewhat disappointing. You all would have eagerly joined the dominant team; Germany 1935.
    Scary sad…

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  7. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Happy 171st Birthday to America’s Dairyland!

    The Gotch

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  8. Tom Paine says:

    For edification on today’s events, listen to http://www.marklevinshow.com/audiorewind Old bald woman, little Richard, and Bob will get an education in reasoning, though I have no doubt they’ll fail the lesson and the logic test that followed.

    How can Mueller avoid testifying before Congress? We know why— he wants to avoid cross-examination.

    Is the unelected Mueller beyond question? If so, what is the constitutional basis for such?
    What did Mueller conclude about the infamous dossier?
    Why is Mueller silent about Fusion/GPS and about the the role of the DNC in financing the dossier?
    What did Mueller discover in his review of the CIA and DIA and the FBI regarding FISA warrants?
    The appointment by Mueller was NOT confirmed by the Senate. Did he hold a post higher than anyone in the Executive Branch? if so, where is such position/power provided for in the Constitution?

    If Mueller could NOT, as a matter of DoJ policy, even consider charging the president, then what was the rationale for him to request over 1 million documents from the President?

    ===============

    Readers should listen to Mark Levin for a more thorough discussion. I am too tired to key all the material questions again for this blog.

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  9. AnonyBob says:

    I listened to a Levin show you posted once before – on immigration. Full of untruths, misrepresentations and outright lies. He’s a crank, a conspiracist, only half a step below the insane Alex Jones. You’re an educated man, Paine, when did you lose the ability to think critically and start taking this guy seriously?
    No thanks.

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    • Tom Paine says:

      You’re correct, Bob. Levin is not perfect. However, if you read his books, especially Plunder and Deceit: Big Government’s Exploitation of Young People and the Future and his current NYTIMES best seller (Unfreedom of the Press), you’ll be several steps closer to a realistic understanding. Since Levin has had 6 NYTIMES best sellers, I am not the only person who knows he’s qualified as a modern social critic.

      An ad hominem attack about his views on immigration ? OK, provide the factual basis for your claim of his “untruths….and outright lies.” The mere act of making that statement does not make it true. What evidence/facts/data do you claim are Levin’s lies?

      Put-up, or retract your accusation.

      Finally, yes I have a conventional education…at the UW, and other major institutions. Degrees are almost meaningless. Consider Nobel laureate Krugman’s views about economy under Trump. Totally wrong.

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      • AnonyBob says:

        It was quite some time ago that I heard it, but as I recall he was going on about the usual right wing tropes of illegal immigrants collecting welfare (they can’t), voting (they can’t), blah, blah, blah. It demonstrated he is not credible.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @AnonyBob;

          “the usual right wing tropes of illegal immigrants collecting welfare (they can’t) (bolds mine)

          Do tell!

          ALWAYS wrong, but never in doubt.

          To wit: “Analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies of the Census Bureau’s Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) shows WELFARE USE BY HOUSEHOLDS HEADED BY NON-CITIZENS IS VERY HIGH.

          “Very high?” But, but, but, but, but, but, but, that’s not what @AnonyBob slobbered!

          And that’s BIG GUBMINT talkin’ there, and we KNOW you-n-Lefty Inc won’t argue with BIG GUBMINT, am I right?

          Anywho, isn’t THAT precious! When the FACTS and REALITY don’t support his most fervent, if laughably misguided, wishes, @AnonyBob simply, with TRES cute simple-mindedness, manufactures his own.

          Alas, when @AnonyBob and Reality are neck-n-neck, it’s Reality that must pull over.

          Don’t be like @AnonyBob!

          The Gotch

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        • Tom Paine says:

          Your claims about Levin’s narrative are incorrect. You may wish he espoused what you have listed, but he did not. Dispute that? Prove it. Al of Levin’s daily programs are archived and available to the public. Since you cannot provide factual evidence, you are slandering Levin.

          Again, I challenge you to put up or apologize to everyone for YOUR irresponsible posts. If you desire to maintain credibility, show us the evidence.

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        • richard lesiak says:

          The last time SIPP put together a survey and report was 2014. Try to keep up trumotch

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        • AnonyBob says:

          No, Paine, I’m not going to waste my time by listening to Levin’s shows, past or present. I did it once at your encouragement and regretted it. I can’t recall right now precisely what he said about immigrants, but I do recall thinking, this guy is just as bad as any other right wing radio crank. He lies. He makes crap up. So, now I’m slandering Levin? I’m no longer credible to you? Too bad. You hanging on this guy’s words don’t make you particularly credible to me.

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        • Tom Paine says:

          AOB (AOC’s feeble Uncle?) wrote “No, Paine, I’m not going to waste my time by listening to Levin’s shows, past or present. I did it once at your encouragement and regretted it. I can’t recall right now precisely what he said about immigrants, but I do recall thinking, this guy is just as bad as any other right wing radio crank. He lies. He makes crap up. So, now I’m slandering Levin? I’m no longer credible to you? Too bad. You hanging on this guy’s words don’t make you particularly credible to me.”

          Perfect concession. For the world, you continue to libel/defame Levin’s work without providing evidence. The summary judgments that you spout, detached from any concrete realities, remain meaningless tautologies for every one. More entertaining, but no less divorced from reality……….Mr. Roger’s neighborhood.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @richard lesiak;

          “The last time SIPP put together a survey and report was 2014.”

          But, but, but, but, but, but but, but, but, didn’t your pal @AnonyBob say there WEREN’T any illegals getting more More MORE high quality/quantity free $#!T?

          Why yes, yes, I believe your pal @AnonyBob DID say there weren’t any illegals getting more More MORE high quality/quantity free $#!T!

          So this report lying??????

          Anywho, anyone that’s able to draw breath knows @AnonyBob is on an intellectual par with you; ‘nuf said, am I right?

          And 2014 is back when Hopey Changey was in charge of open borders, putting children in cages, and bribing the ones not enslaved with the promise of More MORE high quality/quantity free $#!T…IF they promised to vote democrat.

          That was THEN, this is NOW.

          The End Of An Error screeched to a halt on 01/20/2017, and The Donald took the reins.

          No wonder Lefty wants to give the vote to illegals,16 year-olds, and felons, they got an IMAGE PROBLEM; they’re associated with Mensan Brain Trustees like you two!

          The Gotch

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        • AnonyBob says:

          Paine: Mr. Rogers? Divorced from reality? That’s a bridge too far, placing you in Old Crank territory.

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  10. madisonexpat says:

    ABob is to critical thinking what CrapWeasel Muellar is to honest juris prudens. Special Prosecutors don’t get to say “coulda woulda shoulda”. And when they do they are outed as hacks.
    President Trump comes to office with the FBI hopelessly corrupted to forgive the many demonstrable felony security breaches on Hillary’s home brew server and the Weiner laptop because “security is hard for girls”. Then the Obama/DOJ/CIA et al demand daily access to the president elect, show him the pee pee dossier, leak it to Buzzfeed media madness ensues. Two years later and the lefty media wonders where everyone went.
    Go ahead Dems, impeach or get off the pot.
    Make Trump’s day.

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    • AnonyBob says:

      You loved you some Mueller when Barr was twisting his findings.
      Mueller’s biggest point yesterday was that Russia affected the election, something that should concern any American, right or left. That was the reason for the investigation. Trump people lied to the FBI about it and went to prison. But in the 1984 World of Trump, your boy today tweets: “And now Russia has disappeared because I had nothing to do with Russia helping me to get elected.” He admits Russia helped him get elected and knows it makes his election illegitimate, which infuriates him. Yet he’s done nothing to safeguard our next election because, frankly, he wants his pal Putin to help elect him again. So yes, Splat. Russia, Russia, Russia. Bring on the congressional hearings – in spite of Trump’s CONTINUED obstruction.

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      • madisonexpat says:

        ABob, can you ever NOT be wrong?
        1. I knew Muellar for a partisan hack when he accepted the post of Grand Inquisitor with no named crime.
        2.You or Muellar must name the effect Russia had on our election but you can’t. The poverty of the Russian Collusion Delusion only shows how impotent you are.
        3. Every time you interpret anything President Trump says you lie.
        4. Safeguard against what? Some Facebook ads? Piss poor security on the DNC server? DNC sabotaging Bernie and “affecting” the Dem primary?
        You see obstruction in this presidency? Let me know when President Trump deletes 30,000 subpoena’d emails, uses Bleach bit on his server and accidentally hammers 13 subpoena’d Blackberrys. Now THERE is some obstruction for you.
        Enjoy.

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        • Batman says:

          What bobo enjoys is all the attention he receives from his trolling comments, just like lazyhack. Comparing Levin to Jones is classic bobo trolling.

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        • AnonyBob says:

          Splat, can you ever be right?
          1. Mueller, life-long registered Republican, former FBI Director (now THERE’S a Dem stronghold) appointed by a GOP president – is a partisan hack? In your fevered dreams. (Unless you’re implying he’s a GOP hack. Possible, but not evident.)
          2. Russia conducts a widespread, sophisticated and systemic disinformation campaign on social media seen by millions, hacks and distributes private emails, successfully hacks voter polls in at least two FL counties (as admitted by the GOP Governor) and God knows where else…
          What metric do you require to admit Russia had an effect on the election? Did Trump “collude” (a term of no legal meaning)? He encouraged and benefited from it all and has done nothing to prevent it from happening again. That should be bad enough in any patriot’s book.
          3. Where’s the lie of my interpretation? Those are Trump’s words.
          4. See #2.
          Do I see obstruction? You bet, and so did Mueller 10 (11?) times in his report, too bad he wasn’t allowed to indict him. And Trump’s carte blanche refusal to cooperate with the House or respect legally issued subpoenas continues the obstruction. As for Hillary’s alleged, supposed crimes? Impeach her! Oh wait, maybe that’s completely irrelevant because…she’s not president, Trump is!
          Wake up. Reality is knocking at your door.

          And Dorn? Orange Man IS Bad. Bad for our Constitution and democracy. The only unfair treatment he’s getting is the pass his deluded minority of supporters are giving him. Nixon had approval ratings in the high 60s when the Watergate hearings began. He ended up at only 17%. Trump doesn’t have as far to go to reach that level of ignominy. Bring on the hearings.

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      • Bob Dorn says:

        ABob, you are the chief of the conspiracy nuts. And just like the Walker recall, you are playing into Trump’s hands because he has to be impeached because ORANGE MAN BAD! If impeached without a crime, the American public – you know, the right-wing, white supremacist knuckle draggers (of whom some are black which I can’t figure out) – are going to vote for Trump because of the unfair treatment he is getting. And then, those stupid laws that are being passed in Calfornia are going to give him an electoral landslide because he will win the popular vote. Congrats!

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        • madisonexpat says:

          The Left has forgotten nothing and learned nothing.
          For instance 23+ candidates but no message.
          Pitiful.

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      • Batman says:

        Allow Ben Shapiro to explain a few things about the Mueller investigation.
        He’s a fast talker so by posting a printed version (it’s short) of his analysis the slower ones can still benefit.

        https://www.dailywire.com/news/47809/4-key-takeaways-robert-muellers-farewell-address-ben-shapiro?utm_source=shapironewsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=053019-news&utm_campaign=position1

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  11. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Paging D.C. Bar Ethics Committee…please report to the OR with a barbed colonoscope…Mr. Robert Mueller has been prepped for his procedure…

    The Gotch

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  12. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Lefty’s hard-on for Russkie Intervention has degenerated into a flattened rotten banana.

    Yet from the ashes of despair, despair enters a new phase.

    Ah Lefty; so MUCH anguished ignominy, so little time!

    The Gotch

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    • richard lesiak says:

      Trump was begging Russia for help. “Russia find Clinton’s e-mails”. Wikileaks; “I love Wikileaks”. Even the NRA laundered 30 million bucks for the Russians. “Trade wars are easy to win.” Just today China officially stopped all soybean purchases from the U.S. Brazil is now their sole source of soybeans. Good luck American farmers. But trump will send you a welfare check just like the first two you all got.

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  13. madisonexpat says:

    ABob at 1:34. At least you’ve given up on your GRU agent. Once again we see the useful indicator of Democratic Projection. Your party hacked your primary then fired Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz. The Wikileaks emails showed the DNC had its whore “journalists” putting out DNC mis and disinformation. The DNC denied even a corrupted Dem FBI a look at their servers It wasn’t Russians.
    So Mr. AnonyMetric, what votes did Russia change? Where? Most importantly……. why? They already owned the Clintons.

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    • AnonyBob says:

      Hillary certainly didn’t act “owned” by the Russians. As SoS she publicly called out Putin on his corruption and his illegitimate, thug election. He loathed her. You can make the argument he wasn’t trying to help Trump win the election so much as just wanting to hurt Hillary and to divide America. Big success, comrade! Trump winning was a bonus: he’s easily controllable because of his personal greed and his lying about Trump Tower Moscow during the campaign. The former KGB agent also figured out pretty quickly how easy it is to manipulate Trump thru shallow flattery. Really, it’s embarrassing to watch.
      What fantasy land do you live in that it wasn’t the Russians? Yes, the GRU, military intelligence, conducted the hacks and those were Mueller’s Russian indictments.
      Yet you still demand the unanswerable: “what votes were changed?” How about “what votes were affected?” Maybe like the tiny winning margin that got sucked away by 3rd party candidates from manipulated, bitter Bernie supporters in WI, MI, PA after a successful disinformation campaign?

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      • madisonexpat says:

        Just can’t get by the Denial stage huh ABob? You were promised Hillary would win, you were promised Collusion, you had a lock on impeachment. Time to look at who is making these promises and why you are compelled to clutch them to your bosom on the way to the fainting couch every day.
        Until you honestly analyze why Hillary lost and why Donald Trump is president (not the same thing) you and the Washington Party are screwed.
        Hint:
        “its not fair!”
        “they cheated.”
        “we want a do over.”
        These don’t work as a message. Find one.

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        • AnonyBob says:

          You need the short story of why she lost and he won? She had an unappealing personality and 30 years of demonization by the GOP propaganda/noise/Fox machine. He won because his TV-honed personality goosed the fears and resentments of the great unwashed. That and a Russian thumb on the scale for the tiny winning margin. Simple enough for you?

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  14. Batman says:

    “As for Hillary’s alleged, supposed crimes? Impeach her! Oh wait, maybe that’s completely irrelevant because…she’s not president, Trump is!
    Wake up. Reality is knocking at your door.”

    Bobo claims to be a patriot but doesn’t believe in the rule of law and certainly doesn’t understand it.
    Who is this guy?

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  15. richard lesiak says:

    Poor butt-hurt gotch complaining about people getting more and more free s#$t again. Slobbering all over himself because granny got a few extra bucks on her food card. All the rich guys like him got a greatest tax cut in history, we bailed out the banks, the car industry and padded the pockets of CEO’s by cutting regulations. And still gotch isn’t satisfied. Just exactly what are these high quality-quantity things all these folks are collecting? I don’t recall any of the voting changes you speak of, but I do remember the gop purging voter rolls, cutting early voting and polling places. But; never fear. The twit that is in the WH says the tariffs are stuffing the treasury with money. Ain’t that the way it works? So pour yourself a glass of scotch, pick out one of your decks to sit on, gaze out over your garden and bit#$h about how your getting screwed over.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        @Zoltar Speaks!;

        Wow 2.0!

        And who said we (Community Property State) were rich? Certainly not The Gotch.

        I must confess that one regulation I DO favor is mandatory factory-installed breathalyzers on keyboards, at least on every one to which @richard lesiak has access.

        I’d forgo some cringeworthy gut laughs in the interests of sparing him some embarrassment!

        The Gotch

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        • richard lesiak says:

          “Embarrassment?” Yes. I’m embarrassed that this petty little PR#$K that is in the WH needed to have the name of the USS McCain covered up on his visit and that our sailors wearing the McCain logo were turned away when trying to hear this asshat speak. You should embarrassed that you have no answer to what exactly all these people are getting for free. Nothing about the bailouts, tariffs, farmers, CEO’s? NOTHING? The gut laugh is looking at another lame attempt by you to dodge the truth. Just some stupid comment about breathalyzers. What you need installed is a blowhardalyzer.

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  16. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Welp, we can add international trade to the never-ending list of topics about which you know less-than-NOTHING.

    President Trump didn’t start a trade war with China, China DID!.

    The Donald will finish it!

    And the absolutely staggering, know-nothing, convoluted, hysterically clueless rant?

    Who cares!

    The Gotch

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