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From: BG311 Posted by hostNov-16 2:25 PM 
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sparrow153 said...

The question is, who is going to indict and punish Comey, Stryck, Page, McCabe, Clinton, Fusion GPS,  spies, and all others who are named as co-conspirators or involved in all of this?
 
 
 
 
 
 
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From: DunggateNov-16 7:05 PM 
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House Republicans to Subpoena James Comey and Loretta Lynch
by Team Bongino
November 16, 2018
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) is planning to subpoena former FBI Director James Comey and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch to have them testify in front of Congress before the GOP loses control of the House, according to The Hill.
Goodlatte plans to question the two on matters relating to their “decision making” during the 2016 presidential race, a committee aide told the publication.
 
Republican committee members are looking to have Comey testify on November 29, and Lynch on December 5.
 
GOP members of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees are “eager” to question Comey on his controversial decision to not recommend a criminal indictment against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server while she was Secretary of State.
 
They also wish to ask Comey about his the memos he kept of his meetings and conversations with President Trump.
Goodlatte informed Democrat Congressman (and presumed incoming committee chairman) Jerrold Nadler (N.Y.) of his plans to subpoena Comey and Lynch. Nadler responded to Goodlatte’s decision in a statement, saying it came “out of the blue.”
“It is unfortunate that the outgoing Majority is resorting to these tactics,” Nadler said.
 
“Months ago, Director Comey and Attorney General Lynch both indicated their willingness to answer the Chairman’s questions voluntarily. My understanding is that the Republicans have had no contact with either the Director or the Attorney General since.”
 
 

 
From: DunggateNov-16 7:06 PM 
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Trump says he answered questions for Mueller's Russia probe, but hasn't submitted them yet
Published time: 16 Nov, 2018 17:48
Edited time: 16 Nov, 2018 18:11
Trump says he answered questions for Mueller's Russia probe, but hasn't submitted them yet
US President Donald Trump, November 16, 2018 ©  Reuters / Jonathan Ernst
President Trump has said that he has answered questions for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ‘Russiagate’ investigation, but has not submitted those answers yet.
“I was asked a series of questions. I’ve answered them very easily,” he told reporters on Friday. “You always have to be careful answering questions with people who probably have bad intentions."
 
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US President Donald Trump talks to reporters on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, November 9, 2018.
Mueller again? Trump bashes ‘disgraceful’ Russia probe
Asked about his comments on Twitter the day before, in which he blasted Mueller and his “gang of Democrat thugs,” Trump said nothing in particular had brought that on.
 
“I’m not agitated,” he said. “It’s a hoax, the whole thing is a hoax.” There should have never been an investigation, he argued, because there had been no wrongdoing by him or his campaign during the 2016 election.
 
“The witch hunt should’ve never taken place. I imagine it’s ending now,” Trump added.
 
The president confirmed he wrote the answers himself, rather than have lawyers do it, but has not submitted the documents to the special counsel yet.
 
“As you know, I’ve been very busy,” he quipped, bringing up last week’s trip to Europe and several trade deals that were recently negotiated.
 
Mueller was appointed as special counsel in May 2017, after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey and his critics accused him of obstructing the FBI investigation into claims by Democrats that his campaign colluded with Russia in 2016.
 
Following the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions on November 7, Trump’s critics organized nationwide protests to “save Mueller” after it emerged that the acting AG Matt Whitaker had made comments critical of the investigation while working as a CNN contributor back in 2017.
 

 
From: BG311 Posted by hostNov-16 7:24 PM 
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Dunggate said...

House Republicans to Subpoena James Comey and Loretta Lynch

Great News!

Thanks, Elaine.

 

 

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From: sparrow153Nov-16 8:48 PM 
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Hi Brenda:

Far too many people in and around government are too political for the jobs, and which render them incompetent.  Big titles mean nothing anymore!

sparrow

 

 
From: sparrow153Nov-16 10:08 PM 
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Marypickford said...

Do you support censorship?  Censorship of what?

Do you support not paying for abortions on religious grounds?   Yes! Some like me believe life begins at conception.  Abortion is legal in this country, as of the present time.  People should pay for their own abortions, not the tax payer.  Abortions should not be used as a form of birth control.  There are plenty of inexpensive types of contraceptives  for birth control on the open market.  One should pay for them themselves.  Either that, or don't have sex indiscreetly.  And, men should step up to their responsibility for fathering children.  Abstinence is the best course of action for unmarried persons. Those married who do not want children, can  buy the protection that is available.  It is not a complicated subject.  

Do you support government support of  Christian Church functions- such as funding for religious charter schools?   Whatever is within the laws of our nation. All taxpayers pay for education. Look at your tax receipts.

Do you want Christians to be in charge of this country- to guide it 'better'?  Personally, I would prefer Christians in charge rather than atheists, communists, socialists.  We have a voting mechanism to decide upon who is elected.  I have a choice in whom I vote for after a thorough examination of the data of who is running for public office.  After all, it is not a beauty contest.

Now- as to the murder of Christians- Not so many are being hurt around the world, unless you mean Syria. In this case,. I wholly support admitting them as refugees into this country. Otherwise, its usually Muslims and non-Christians suffering.  How about the murder of non-believers? Or are they not worth talking about? Are they not human and Gods Children as well?    We should object to murder of anyone living under totalitarian, communist, or fascist regimes.  As to refugees, we cannot take in the world. There are other countries who should be taking in refugees from oppressive countries and who are not stepping up to the plate for those who truly qualify for refugee status.

Speaking of Murder of believers- how many Christians in this country are being deprived of quality healthcare. Shouldn't we do something about that?    How many Christians?  You tell me.  There are a lot of people who do not have health care, some by choice,  and many others who have Medicaid, and others who fall through the cracks.   We do need to improve our health care system from those who are making enormous profits for themselves in the health care industry, such as insurance companies, pharmaceuticals, and thanks to money passing hands between members of Congress and these industries, we have high costs that few can afford.  We need a complete overhaul of the system whereby everyone pays an affordable rate.  Perhaps you should address this with your elected officials.  Health care should not be free for all.  We should help by changing the system away from cronies who prey on it for their own moneyed interests. Health care should be affordable, as it used to be.  Nothing is free unless someone else pays for it.  This is what is wrong with socialism/communism.   Jesus Christ was not a socialist.  He said if you don't work, you don't eat.  In a capitalist society, people work for what they want.  By the same token. No one anywhere should go hungry, or not have access to reasonable health care services. We can do something about it. 

Oh wait- those immigrants comiing in from the Americas- they are all Believers in christianity- no muslms there, very few Jews.!  They should be doing something to save their own country.  most are coming here for the welfare.    We send an enormous amount of money to support these nations.  Unfortunately, the money does not get to improving life for the citizens of these countries.   And, as to all being Believers, no Muslims, very few Jews, where do you get your information?  Did someone take a census?

It sounds like you have an axe to grind!  I am not quite sure what you stand for.  I have asked, but no response from you.

Perhaps you should be taking your frustrations out with those who can do something about the issues you associate with here  and what many others are thinking but remain silent do nothing voices.  

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From: sparrow153Nov-16 10:13 PM 
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BG311 said...

 
 
 
 
Massive: Federal Judge Orders Interrogation of Hillary Clinton
 
The Clinton corruption will never end. Ever. Read more…

Brenda:

Judicial Watch has been able to get important information while others have been unwilling or unsuccessful

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From: DunggateNov-17 12:12 PM 
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Trump says Mueller’s investigation is ‘screaming’ and ‘threatening’ people
November 16, 2018 by Jerry McCormick
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The president had been a bit quiet about the Russia collusion investigation in recent weeks — but that all came to an end on Thursday, when he unleashed an epic Twitter rant on Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team.
In his tweets, the president said the “inner workings of the Mueller investigation are a total mess” — and he provided evidence to back up his claims, accusing Mueller and his team of “shouting at people” and “horribly threatening them” before calling the probe “a total witch hunt.”
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 The inner workings of the Mueller investigation are a total mess. They have found no collusion and have gone absolutely nuts. They are screaming and shouting at people, horribly threatening them to come up with the answers they want. They are a disgrace to our Nation and don’t...
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 ....care how many lives the ruin. These are Angry People, including the highly conflicted Bob Mueller, who worked for Obama for 8 years. They won’t even look at all of the bad acts and crimes on the other side. A TOTAL WITCH HUNT LIKE NO OTHER IN AMERICAN HISTORY!
 
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Perfect Timing
While it is unclear what provoked Trump’s barrage of tweets, the timing of the president’s rant makes it seem as though he is sending a message to his acting attorney general.
 
Trump wants this investigation wrapped up — and he wants it wrapped up now.
 
Mueller has been at this for about two years, and he has yet to come up with any evidence at all that links the Russians to the Trump campaign regarding collusion during the 2016 campaign season.
 
Actually, when several Russians were indicted for election meddling, Mueller flat out said there was no evidence against Trump to connect him with the Russians.
 
Since then, Mueller has continued to go off on tangents, investigating anything and everything he wants.
 
But the man was tasked with one job: find collusion.
 
He has been unable to do that, so why is this investigation still going on?
 
At All Costs
Looking at the president’s tweet, it appears that Mueller has resorted to bad cop tactics in order to get the answers he wants to put the noose around Trump’s neck.
 
The ire behind the rant more than likely came from a questionnaire sent to the president by Mueller.
 
Rather than appear before Mueller, it was agreed upon the president would answer their questions in writing.
 
Some of those questions obviously hit a nerve, sending the president to Twitter to rant.
 
While Trump has never publicly said he was going to fire Mueller or simply put an end to the investigation on his own, Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans, like soon-to-be-former Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), continue to push that narrative.
 
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It has gotten so bad, in fact, there was a recent attempt to push through legislation that would prevent the president from putting a stop to all of this.
 
That, however, was thwarted by Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY), who said he has never heard the president utter such a request, and that there is simply no need for that type of legislation.
 

 
From: sparrow153Nov-17 8:18 PM 
To: Dunggate  (6669 of 7013) 
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Dunggate said...

Trump wants this investigation wrapped up — and he wants it wrapped up now.

Elaine:

We all want this ended.  It has been botched since the beginning.  The real collusion is with Hillary Clinton whom Mueller will not investigate.  Why?  Because he obviously is beholden to the Clinton's in some way.

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From: BG311 Posted by hostNov-17 9:33 PM 
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sparrow153 said...

Dunggate said...

Trump wants this investigation wrapped up — and he wants it wrapped up now.

Elaine:

We all want this ended.  It has been botched since the beginning.  The real collusion is with Hillary Clinton whom Mueller will not investigate.  Why?  Because he obviously is beholden to the Clinton's in some way.

Sparrow,

Most likely Rosenstein did not mention in the scope of what Mueller was to do to investigate anything that has to do with Clinton or any of her supporters or those who were part of the Deep State that used the Federal Government against a political opponent.  Those Mueller selected as investigators makes it very clear that none of those people were part of his investigation - the scope of his appoint as Special Counsel.

 

 

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