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Frame this. Cherish this. 

Tonight, the United States of America is again a nation of laws. 



15 Responses to “Frame this. Cherish this. ”

  1. Gord Tulk says:

    You will recall warren that I said this would happen.

    Read the above carefully- it says “… related matters.” That includes the hack of hillarys emails, wikileaks and on and on.

    And leaks are now a much more serious offence. Any journo who publishes a leak will be supoenaed. So things will IMO hurt the dems and the media far more.

    • Ronald O'Dowd says:

      Gord,

      I wouldn’t go as far as you. Yes, related matters are within the purview of the Special Counsel’s office but conduct being examined applies only to Trump, the Trump campaign, the Trump transition team and the Trump White House.

      The conduct of other actors, outside this sphere, are not part of Mueller’s mandate or terms of reference.

      • Gord Tulk says:

        How about unmasking? The reason given for those requests was to uncover Russian interference- if the POTUS and other Dems are found to not be doing it for that reason then the counsel can recommend criminal investigation/prosecution.

        And the email Leaks were said to be Russian caused – the very title says “… investigate Russian interference” in the 2016 campaign

        Both fall into that sphere

    • Luke says:

      Indeed, Hillary’s Emails of Immense Importance will definitely be Muller’s prime focus, rather than the comparatively trivial issues of the legitimacy of the last election, the motives of the President, and corruption throughout the current administration.

    • Tiger says:

      It’ll end up with President Mike Pence.

      That hurts the Democrats. 🙂

  2. Ronald O'Dowd says:

    Warren,

    Don’t rule out Trump being stupid enough to try and force Rosenstein at some point to fire Mueller. Rosenstein won’t do it but a lacky can be found to do Trump’s dirty work.

    Of course, Trump is finished if he tries to upset the rule of law.

  3. PJ says:

    This is the beginning of the end for Trump. I have a feeling the more Mueller digs the more he will find and he will feel compelled to do the right thing. Recall in Watergate, it was not the break-in that did Nixon in. It was not even the cover up per se, but his obstruction of justice in wanting to fire the Special Prosecutor. Nixon had enough sense to resign to save his hide. I don’t know that Trump has the foresight to do that.

    On a related matter, I think the Republican Party needs to go down with Trump. The GOP establishment had the power to stop Trump, by conceding the Presidential election to HRC, by repudiating Putin’s interference in the election on a bipartisan basis. Mitch McConnell chose to look the other way in the lust for power, and he told Obama if the Whitehouse unilaterally goes public re Russian interference in the election, he would accuse the Democrats of partisan politics.
    How many times did the GOP refuse to denounce Trump and kept saying the “He is not a politician”

    If Trump is being investigating, then Pence must also be investigated, for it begs the question “What did Pence know and when did he know it?”

    • doconnor says:

      When Trump is removed it will split the Republican Party. That has been inevitable since he won the election.

      The reason they have been supporting him so far is to get as much of thier agenda through as possible before that happens.

    • Gord Tulk says:

      Incorrect. It was not the firing of the special prosecutor the ended Nixon.

      It was the discovery of the tape that exposed Nixon trying to cover-up the break-in. The very next day Goldwater went up to the White House and told Nixon he had lost the support of the GOP house and senate. Nixon resigned the next week.

      • Kevin says:

        Of all the things you’ve posted since I’ve been reading WK’s website, this is probably the first sensible one.

        You’re right. I watched as Butterfield testified and told the hearing about the tapes. As I recall, the chair Sam Ervin’s eyebrows popped up like they were shot out of a toaster. They made Butterfield confirm his testimony, and the resignation happened not long afterwards.

  4. The Ferguson Rifleman says:

    Yeah, yeah, yeah.

    As Gord notes – if skeletons start getting dragged out for public display, the Donks have a helluva lot more to hid than the repubs. Hell – you should know that yourself Warren. I know in your day you could get away with it to an extent because of the media are liberal lickspittles… but today all Trump has to do is go on Twitter and YOUR dirty laundry is out there for everyone to see too! Do you REALLY want a nation of laws, Warren? Welp – let’s talk about ALL the stuff that never made it out to the public – like the Donks mixed up in the so-called ‘Pizzagate’ affair…?

    LOL. This will be nothing than another smear campaign in which the leftists and their media slobs go insane and nobody notices – because the real stories will be discussed in the social media.

  5. Luke says:

    This is a promising development. I wish for a thorough, accurate, and expeditious investigation.

  6. John says:

    I hope Mueller hires Sally Yates and James Comey for his team.

  7. Phil says:

    Here’s a recent gallup poll. If you scroll down to the “Donald Trump Job Approval by Party Identification, 2017” section, it lists Trump’s approval rating among Republicans as 84% for May 8 – 14 2017.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/203198/presidential-approval-ratings-donald-trump.aspx

    IMHO, that explains a few things.

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