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With Comey Gone Could Hil and Bil Be Next?

I still cannot believe the great joy and stupendous entertainment I’ve known since Trump ‘came down the ole elevador’.

With the wheels falling off 'globalism' the corpocratists, both dem and rep, have, day over day, outdone themselves over the loss.

It will take a couple of years for the rubber to really meet the road, but I have confidence that Trump will take them all out over time. Over the next two election cycles we should be able to move most of them out.

Also, counting on Trump to continue to give full support to his base We really need to see him bring the Clinton's to the courts and let the wheels of justice turn on them. If he can get them into court re her emails and the Foundation he will be assured of a 2nd term win, IMO.


Posted by Roy Ellis at May 12, 2017 5:43 PM
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Comment #416116

Well Roy, we can hope.

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 12, 2017 6:27 PM
Comment #416124

Royal, I firmly believe Trump will give it his best in trying to bring the Clinton’s to court. But, the chicken-little dem/reps will fight him every step of the way.

I agree with Hannity in that the WH press briefings should be turned off. Maybe just tweets, maybe submit a question in writing and expect an answer in a week, or not.

I’m sure Trump is just having fun with the press but it does grate on one’s sensibility hearing the childish rants by the press.

Perhaps the best approach is to answer only the questions that the WH official thinks has relevance and wants to address. Ignore the BS. Stop pandering to the but holes.

Lock her up - - -

Posted by: Roy Ellis at May 12, 2017 10:51 PM
Comment #416126

What part of Comey’s saying the emails are not able to be prosecuted do you not understand? You see, it’s been investigated. Please support the same level of investigation into Trump and co.

Posted by: Max at May 13, 2017 7:56 AM
Comment #416127

“What part of Comey’s saying the emails are not able to be prosecuted do you not understand?”

Can not. and will not are two completely different things. The latter being what Comey said.

” You see, it’s been investigated.”


Yeah…um.. not really. Let’s hope that case is revisited, and the evidence is actually presented to a grand jury.

https://www.facebook.com/WarriorCode.us/videos/802331903253024/?pnref=story

Posted by: dbs at May 13, 2017 8:15 AM
Comment #416130

And no, that picture was not photoshopped. That was taken in the Oval Office by a Tass photographer, the day after Trump fired the person heading the investigation into Russian collusion with the Trump campaign. He is shaking the hand of the Russian ambassador, even after every American intelligence organization has agreed the Russians interfered with our election.

The American media- Trump refers to the MSM as “the enemy of the American people”- was not invited.

Posted by: phx8 at May 13, 2017 11:07 AM
Comment #416131

WOW phx8 Trump shook a Russians hand that right there proves collusion, yea right. How about that open mike conversation Obama had with the Russian prior to his second term or Hillary signing off on the sale of 20% of our uranium to Russia that to must prove they were in collusion doesn’t it?

Posted by: Rich KAPitan at May 13, 2017 11:28 AM
Comment #416132

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gaEUC1wrFrg

Posted by: dbs at May 13, 2017 12:29 PM
Comment #416138

FBI Director Comey acted as prosecutor, judge and jury on the Clinton email scandal. He was way above his pay grade.

I hope the new director revisits the evidence, and if found sufficient, bring it to a grand jury.

Mrs. Clinton should face the same justice system that every other American is subject to. If she committed a crime, she should be punished.

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 13, 2017 2:27 PM
Comment #416139

FBI Director Comey acted as prosecutor, judge and jury on the Clinton email scandal. He was way above his pay grade.

I hope the new director revisits the evidence, and if found sufficient, bring it to a grand jury.

Mrs. Clinton should face the same justice system that every other American is subject to. If she committed a crime, she should be punished.

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 13, 2017 2:28 PM
Comment #416140

FBI Director Comey acted as prosecutor, judge and jury on the Clinton email scandal. He was way above his pay grade.

I hope the new director revisits the evidence, and if found sufficient, bring it to a grand jury.

Mrs. Clinton should face the same justice system that every other American is subject to. If she committed a crime, she should be punished.

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 13, 2017 2:30 PM
Comment #416141

FBI Director Comey acted as prosecutor, judge and jury on the Clinton email scandal. He was way above his pay grade.

I hope the new director revisits the evidence, and if found sufficient, bring it to a grand jury.

Mrs. Clinton should face the same justice system that every other American is subject to. If she committed a crime, she should be punished.

Posted by: Royal Flush at May 13, 2017 2:32 PM
Comment #416161

There are 3 situations having potential criminal implications that must be addressed in order for the gov’t to right itself, regain integrity and trust of the people: the Clinton emails, the Russian involvement in US elections, and the leaking of information collected thru foreign intelligence operations.

Until the legal aspects of these situations are addressed the gov’t will continue to operate under a cloud affecting most gov’t activities

The new Justice and FBI administrators have a great opening here to clean house and set the sails of justice for a true course going forward.

Posted by: Roy Ellis at May 13, 2017 4:32 PM
Comment #416221

Roy, I understand where you are coming from, but there have been investigations into the Clinton’s, the findings have been made known to the people, and actions have been taken against them as a result of those findings.

It’s time to push them off into the sunset and just laugh at them every time they pop up and say or do something stupid, as they try to seem relevant.

Posted by: kctim at May 15, 2017 1:38 PM
Comment #416222

kctim, she compromised national security on a large scale. If a crime is committed, at the highest level, and there is no justice meted out then there is no deterrent to similar crimes down the road.

No one should be able to shunt justice, especially where national security is involved.

Posted by: Roy Ellis at May 15, 2017 2:26 PM
Comment #416239

re WaPo’s latest fake news - -

sick and tired of dems being cute and stupid.

I demand the admin move to ‘lock her up’.

I’ll be right here in the middle from this day for4ward until she goes on the block.

Trump, soon as you get somebody in the FBI you can trust I expect/demand taht you bring charges against Hillary.

Posted by: Roy Ellis at May 15, 2017 6:34 PM
Comment #416259

Roy Ellis-
So, tell me, oh guardian of national security, what is your response to Trump revealing national security secrets to the Russian?

I never thought that one of the biggest leaks of intelligence to the Russians would have come from a Republican President. And if you told me back twenty years ago that somebody would be stupid enough to elect Trump President…

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at May 15, 2017 8:35 PM
Comment #416267

Stephen, For starters you were stupid enough to elect Obama twice. Now as for National security. Supposedly Trump was to have given Russians classified info on laptops use on planes. For one thing giving that info to WaPo, whoever did that broke the law big time. Now how WaPo got that info is real problem seeing how no American press was even in the oval office at the time. So genius please tell us how WaPo got the story or is it a Democrat set up?

Posted by: Richard Kapitan at May 15, 2017 9:59 PM
Comment #416354

Ricard Kapitan-
Oh, right, because the Obama Administration was so disastrous. We’ll just have to disagree on that. As for the classified info…

… it wasn’t just the laptops. It was the location and the intelligence agency running the agent who gave us that information. It was the Israelis sharing that information with us, under an agreement that limited the disclosure in order to protect the informant. Trump broke people’s trust, thoughtlessly (or worse) sharing that information.

Once he did share it, anybody else sharing it was sharing declassified information. That’s Trump’s only defense. And yes, somebody else in that room got that information, shared that information. Even so, being declassified, and the meeting with Lavrov and Kislyak being public knowledge, there’s little argument that the leaker did anything illegal in revealing the information.

You really need to stop acting like it’s appropriate to treat the other side in the political realm like it’s an enemy in a war. That’s the attitude of fascists and totalitarians. We are not your enemy, not unless you take steps that make you yourselves enemies of the constitution, enemies of peaceful transition of power, enemies of free speech and free thinking.

You do not get to force everybody to see and do things their way. Government is by consent of the governed in this nation, not by the ego of the folks who think they’re entitled to power.

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at May 17, 2017 12:24 PM
Comment #416358

Stephen, Sharing intelligence with an adversary is beneficial to both sides especially when both are fighting the same enemy. ISIS is not only a U. S. problem it is a world problem.

Posted by: Rich KAPitan at May 17, 2017 12:49 PM
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