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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Press throws tantrum ahead of release of Mueller report

Attorney General Bill Barr scheduled a press conference for 9:30 a.m. today ahead of his voluntarily releasing to the public the Mueller Report.

The press already knows the report clears President Donald John Trump of collusion, but led by Maggie Haberman ‏of the New York Times, the press is not accepting this.

There is a call for reporters to boycott the press conference. Transparency in government is the last thing the modern press wants.

Haberman tweeted, "Unless DoJ releases the report between now  6 am, journalists will not have had time to digest what is in the report before attending this press conference and asking questions about what is in the report."

Because she is making a big deal about the process, I contend she already knows there is nothing on Trump in the report.

The New York Times has access to more information than it should, and it carefully selects how much of the story it wishes the public to know.

It read and reported on transcripts of Obama's wiretapping of the Trump campaign and transition team. Having been in bed with Obama, the Times seeks to obfuscate the issue.

The Times reported on Wednesday night, "White House and Justice Dept. Officials Discussed Mueller Report Before Release."

But of course. Mueller worked for the Department of Justice, which works for the president, who happens to be Donald John Trump. While he stayed out of the loop during the ordeal, the Constitution holds that he is in charge of the executive branch of government.

The press placed calls on Twitter last night to Boycott Barr by not showing up for his press conference. Democracy dies in darkness and boy, does the White House press corps want to kill it. (There are exceptions of course.)

The Hill reported, "The decision immediately led to complaints from Democrats and criticism from the media, which said it would allow the administration to spin news favorably for the White House before anyone sees Mueller's full report."

Chuck Todd said, "This is actual collusion. In case you’re wondering what does collusion look like, it looks like the attorney general’s lawyers briefing the president before Congress or the public."

When it comes to Chuck Todd, I cannot decide if he is an idiot or if he just plays one on TV. If the former, he needs help. If the latter, he deserves Emmys for his acting.

This is all theatrics. Democrats and their ladies in waiting on press row know a Payback Is Coming.

Politico reported, "The frenzied anticipation around special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report has overshadowed another Justice Department report on the Russia probe that could land as soon as next month, and which will likely take direct aim at the former British spy behind an infamous “dossier” on President Donald Trump’s ties to Russia.

"For the past year, the Justice Department’s inspector general, Michael Horowitz, has been examining the FBI’s efforts to surveil a one-time Trump campaign adviser based in part on information from Christopher Steele, a former British MI6 agent who had worked with the bureau as a confidential source since 2010."

Spygate is Watergate on Steroids.

We shall see if justice eventually is done, and the mutineers are sent to prison.

Meanwhile, I wonder how much longer the public is going to care.

11 comments:

  1. Collusion is what the media/press/reporters/journalists/teleprompt reading anchors do day in and day out for the Democrat party.

    Collusion is journolist.

    Collusion is the White House, DOJ, FBI, NSA, and CIA working together to stop Trumo's campaign.

    A coup is all the above working together to overthrow a duly elected US president.

    Thing is, other than a handful of Republicans, they have been fairly silent about this and the conclusion is that they, the Republicans approve and tacity support this coup.

    I am truly tired of all this.

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    1. And to think that others actually still give a shit? Gotta be part of a Dr. Evil scheme to create a gag reflex in the American populace, such that efforts to nail The Real Perps are met with an “I don’t care!!” response. Good Gawd, how long are the LibCommies gonna keep pimpin for Hill?

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  2. A lot of leftists love the movie Revenge of the Nerds, because in the movie the nerds are the ones who are diverse, while the jocks and preps are all rich white kids.

    Throw out the diversity crap, and the movie is getting played out in real life, only the press are the ones wearing the cardigans trying to keep the lesser people down, while casting nervous glances amongst themselves.

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  3. I couldn’t help myself. After watching the Yankees beat the Red Sox, I turned on Rachel Maddow and saw ze wildly spinning today’s reveal with a mix of collusion and a dash of obstruction. Xes guests are as insane as Maddow. Same for Lawrence O’Donnell. He will need to be put in a straight jacket soon. So sorry I missed Chris Matthews. I am sure he was all red faced with spittle flying from his mouth as he ranted on about AG Barr’s new collusion and obstruction concerning the report. Asshole. I read the Meuller helped Barr with the redactions.

    Sit back and enjoy the implosion.

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    1. It would be even better if Barr has Mulehead with him when he holds the presser!
      ---Fred

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  4. The Republicans are all hid out in the corner waiting for some more "loot" from the Lobbyists. Otherwise they don't have much to do.

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  5. There is excellent hidden, (or maybe not so), advice in this article.... If YOU don't read it, THEY don't exist!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. I am part of the public and I CARE. As a vet and knowing security requirements, I have suspected since the beginning that the Trump collusion story was a cover for the Democrats collusion with the Russians. So I care to know what happened and the misuse of the FISA courts shows the danger that the government power presents to citizens of our wonderful country.
    If one thinks about it, this is the kind of situation carried to the extreme that the 2nd Amendment was designed to forestall.
    I have wondered for some time if the "fake" dossier that was used to set up this investigation leading to charges against Trump's campaign persons, in particular the process crimes, then the basis was tainted evidence.
    Just like Bill Ayers got off murder charges because of tainted evidence obtained by the FBI.

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  7. Thinking about the recent events, if the government wants to put Julian Assange on trial for receiving and distributing classified information, then we MUST demand they prosecute every journolist who has reported contents of leaked information.

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    1. I am not a lawyer but if Assange is put on trial, doesn't he have to produce his evidence? and if does and it is what we have told, won't that open another can of worms on the Dems and others that were involved in this?

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  8. I love this line: ''Having been in bed with Obama, the Times seeks to obfuscate the issue.'' Oh sure Obama slept with them, but he didn't even leave $5 on the dresser!

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