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- George Stroumboulopoulos, CBC TV

“Kinsella pulls no punches in Fight The Right...Fight the Right accomplishes what it sets out to do – provide readers with a glimpse into the kinds of strategies that have made Conservatives successful and lay out a credible roadmap for progressive forces to regain power.”

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Trump is under investigation for a crime – finally 

From the Washington Post:

The special counsel overseeing the investigation into Russia’s role in the 2016 election is interviewing senior intelligence officials as part of a widening probe that now includes an examination of whether President Trump attempted to obstruct justice, officials said.

The move by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III to investigate Trump’s conduct marks a major turning point in the nearly year-old FBI investigation, which until recently focused on Russian meddling during the presidential campaign and on whether there was any coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. Investigators have also been looking for any evidence of possible financial crimes among Trump associates, officials said.
Trump had received private assurances from then-FBI Director James B. Comey starting in January that he was not personally under investigation. Officials say that changed shortly after Comey’s firing.

24 Responses to “Trump is under investigation for a crime – finally ”

  1. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    Predictable for all and sundry except, of course, himself.

  2. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    Not related but still a good laugh: the feds are spending generously to enlarge the international terminal at Jean-Lesage International Airport here in Quebec City. It will be ready in 2018 for U. S. Customs and Border Protection! Trouble is, they won’t be coming after all.

    Plus ça change, etc.

  3. David Ray says:

    Poor Melania Trump. No sooner does she move into the White House than she may have to pack up and leave. Sad.

  4. Gord Tulk says:

    The Russian angle is dead. Mueller probably knew that going in and certainly had it confirmed by the FBI et al.

    So he moves on to the obstruction issue. Which, when you consider comey’s testimony (that he leaked in order to create Mueller’s job) makes sense. It too is a nothing burger that should take little time to determine.

    And then it is onto the real crime – illegal unmasking (politically done rather than for national security)

    • David Ray says:

      you will soon be saying what Mr. Carlson said on WKRP

      “Honest to God, I thought turkeys could fly.”

  5. Robert Frindt says:

    Regardless of if this leak is actually true, Trump should fire Mueller because he hired people who would leak something like this to the Post.

  6. Gord Tulk says:

    This deep state leaking is a massive issue BTW. Hundreds of books will be written on it and the threat it poses to the foundations of the US. What’s next? Leaks of the proceedings of the SCOTUS?

    • doconnor says:

      Some might say the leaking from the deep state is the rest of the threat Trump posed to the foundations of the US.

      I wouldn’t think the revelation of the truth would pose a fundamental threat to a democracy.

      • Gord Tulk says:

        Trump poses no threat to the foundations of the US. To the contrary he is enforcing the laws of the country (unlike his predecessor), appointed a constructionist sc judge, and is attempting to secure the nations borders. Those in the deep state must respect the need for secrecy and neutrality in their positions.

        • doconnor says:

          He barely accepts the results of the last election. Wait until he actually loses one.

          • Gord Tulk says:

            He won the last election. It’s the left that thinks his victory was illegitimate – it is the left that wants to ignore the constitution.

        • Elsie Marley says:

          As evidenced at least on this website, I can see you – and the people like you – take much comfort repetitively chanting your hilariously naive opinions as fact.

        • Ian Howard says:

          Trump’s calculated use of race to win an election is the threat no democracy can stand. A demagogue who excites the worst of human passions to increase the divide between races can lay no claim to a legitimate electoral victory. Those who support the cynical blowing of this the most noxious of dog whistles should contemplate the perfidy of their crimes. The ends do not justify the means for inevitably the ends must preordain a corrupt outcome.

          We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.
          Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Mother Night

  7. Elsie Marley says:

    No matter how much lipstick you put on a pig, it’s still a pig.
    No matter how hard you polish that turd, it’s still a turd.

    Hundreds of books will be written about the staggering gullibility of those incapable of distinguishing between actual facts and the Republicans deeply cherished and Fox News deeply promoted alt-facts.

    When reality collides with the Republicans, the cognitive dissonance is clearly crippling.

    • Gord Tulk says:

      So how do you explain the insistence that trump (and more incredibly sessions) colluded with the Russians by so many on the left when there is not a shred of evidence?

      Who’s the gullible ones?

      • Elsie Marley says:

        Only Trump’s raging hordes are gullible enough to believe that the FBI, the American intelligence agencies and American allies’ intelligence services are all colluding on a partisan whim to fabricate a wild goose chase to jointly embarrass the USA and Russia, to degrade American democracy and to destroy this particular President’s credibility and term of office. Right Gord.

        If your picture isn’t beside the dictionary definition of “gullible” perhaps it should be.

        But don’t let reality interrupt your desperate need to keep polishing turds, Gord.

        • Gord Tulk says:

          Lol. Not one shred of evidence of Russian collusion by trump or sessions. Even the Dems are giving up on it.

          • Elsie Marley says:

            Gord, you poor dear.

            Stating & restating your opinion however emphatically does not magically make your precious opinion a fact. This is not Fox News, Gord, this is an independent website where objective facts are recognized and valued.

          • doconnor says:

            They are just shifting thier focus to where the evidence significant to where the evidence is overwhelming.

      • Jaime says:

        The irony of you — of all people — asking who the gullible ones are, is just… amazing.

        I’m surprised you were able to put down your MAGA pom-poms and take a break from your Trump cheerleading to write such a hilariously unaware comment.

        You spend all day posting weak-ass defences for Trump on here: do even have a life outside of this constant fawning or have you just devoted your entire life now to becoming the archetypal Trump supporter?

  8. Charlie says:


    So much winning.

    I think I’m getting tired of it.

  9. the salamander says:

    .. I wonder if the people of the USA are capable of realizing ‘politics’ has become a breeding center for diseased thinking. ‘Thinking’ of course is not really the appropriate term.

    I find Gord Tulk’s comments interesting. It brings to mind a sad analogy – that being ‘boosterism’ as seen in American college sports. In the startling phenomena an athletic coach at a university can do no wrong and is paid somewhat at the rate of a top professional athlete. Every season, more boosters come into play, alumni or townspeople, fans. They donate or help recruit & are marked by their obsessive fervor.

    Thus we have sordid creeps like Rick Pitino, or in the end, the stunning ethical failures like Coach Paterno at Penn State. But the real shock is that University presidents, Athletic Directors et al at these centers for higher learning come out defending the coaches, their excesses or failures, or even crimes. And every single booster is completely onside with this growing rot. It was never about sportsmanship, or the spirit of competition. Never Faster – Higher – Stronger .. No its always about ‘winning’ being the only thing.

    And crying in your soup when ‘your team’ aren’t winners
    and neither are you..

    • JH says:

      just a small point, but the fact is the Dems and Hilary were not the winners & their soup must be pretty watery from all the tears to this point. Just sayin’

      • the salamander says:

        .. of course.. you’re quite right re that election

        But the point of the analogy really is..
        What defines ‘winning’ for you.. or for anyone ?
        And if in all reality, you are & exemplify a ‘loser’ in life
        .. well then, you aint no winner

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