05/30/19

Jerry Nadler & His Predetermined Outcome

By: Frank Salvato

There is a lot of wiggle-room that was provided to partisan politicians in Robert Mueller’s statement, a statement made of the US Department of Justice even as he refused to voluntarily speak in front of Congress. Of course, that wiggle-room will super-charge the “I see bigfoot” impeachment crowd. But there are a few problems with their foaming at the mouth enthusiasm to draw blood against the President.

Mr. Mueller’s words – which he was very careful in choosing and delivering – simply do not lead to any foregone conclusion. “We concluded that we would not reach a determination one way or the other about whether the president committed a crime…That is the office’s final position,” Mueller stated.

While Mueller was very purposeful in stating that his investigation could not bring criminal charges against the President – and that DoJ long-standing policy was to never charge a sitting president with a crime, he did allude to impeachment. While this made Democrat and Progressive-Fascists giddy, it was Mueller’s other words that will, once again, leave them slack-jawed when nothing comes of their investigations. In fact, it should warn them off of pursuing any investigation and/or impeachment proceedings.

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05/30/19

What does Exoneration mean?

By: T F Stern | Self-Educated American

There’s an Associated Press story that stirs the pot one more time as those who can’t stand Donald Trump being the President of the United States continue to spin their disgust at having someone other than Hillary Clinton in the White House. 

That’s not exactly how the article by Eric Tucker and Michael Balsamo, explained Mueller’s comments; but since when did facts become important to the liberal news media?

Reading from the opening paragraph of the AP article, “Special council Robert Mueller said Wednesday he believed he was constitutionally barred from charging President Donald Trump but pointedly emphasized that his report did not exonerate the president”.

Mueller went on to say, “If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so,” Mueller said, “We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime.”

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