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  • #61
    Originally posted by daCat View Post
    And just for a bit of clarity, Stone is a POS that should be punished. Should have been in prison before Trump even decided to run for President. 7-9 years is a joke for the shit he has pulled. However, I do not think he should serve 7-9 years for lying to the FBI. That too is a joke. This is another example of being punished for the wrong things.
    How about lying to Congress and witness tampering. He was convicted of those as well.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by Deschet View Post

      How about lying to Congress and witness tampering. He was convicted of those as well.
      I wish he could get 50 years. But it doesn't matter. Just like the rest of the slimey shit stains, he won't serve full term for anything.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by DPR View Post

        Which we only found out about because an independent prosecutor had $40 million and 6 years to investigate the president. If Starr was under control of Clinton, he could have handcuffed his investigation and the whole thing would have been dead by 1995 before Monica.

        That's my point. Clinton didn't believe in the unitary executive in the same way Republicans did. Few liberals (and Clinton wasn't entirely liberal) believe in the unitary executive. That's a conservative thing.
        I thought the whole thing was a joke, without all the extra spin you put on it. Like I said, he was impeached for lying about a blow job, not the things he should have been.

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        • #64
          Remember when the board Trump bootlickers tried saying that we should just ignore his Twitter and those wild crazy tweets were red herrings etc?

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          • #65
            Originally posted by DPR View Post
            Remember when the board Trump bootlickers tried saying that we should just ignore his Twitter and those wild crazy tweets were red herrings etc?

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            Interesting.

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          • #66
            So is that a legal opinion?

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            • #67
              Originally posted by General_Grantlocks View Post




              Why did this happen Dynazi? They just decided to resign and withdraw because of magic fairies?
              Well, you could both be right. He's not far off in his opinion about your bias when it comes to deciding on legal matters. But you're also right that this situation reeks like the stink of a fishery.

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              • #68
                Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post
                Well your legal opinion is total shit. You’ve proven time and time again your bias is #1 in your life. So can we seek a second opinion?
                Mitch McConnell Backs Barr's Slamming Trump for Tweeting: 'The President Should Listen to the Attorney General'

                https://www.mediaite.com/trump/mitch...orney-general/

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                • #69
                  Originally posted by TTURedRaider View Post

                  Mitch McConnell Backs Barr's Slamming Trump for Tweeting: 'The President Should Listen to the Attorney General'

                  https://www.mediaite.com/trump/mitch...orney-general/
                  It’s almost like it was perfectly setup to keep Barr from looking guilty.

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                  • #70
                    Originally posted by TTURedRaider View Post

                    Mitch McConnell Backs Barr's Slamming Trump for Tweeting: 'The President Should Listen to the Attorney General'

                    https://www.mediaite.com/trump/mitch...orney-general/
                    Barr is like everybody who served Trump - eager to lick his boots at first but then getting indigestion and having to quit in disgust


                    Barr is giing to get trolled like Sessions and end up leaving if Trump win 2020

                    Fuck him.

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                    • #71
                      Originally posted by TTURedRaider View Post

                      Mitch McConnell Backs Barr's Slamming Trump for Tweeting: 'The President Should Listen to the Attorney General'

                      https://www.mediaite.com/trump/mitch...orney-general/
                      It has to be frustrating for guys like Barr and McConnell. They spend a lot of time and energy helping Trump get away with the things he seems to think he’s entitled to get away with, only to have Trump effectively say, via Twitter, “Hey guys! Here it is! Look over here! See!”

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                      • #72
                        Originally posted by sctrojan View Post
                        Barr is like everybody who served Trump - eager to lick his boots at first but then getting indigestion and having to quit in disgust


                        Barr is giing to get trolled like Sessions and end up leaving if Trump win 2020

                        Fuck him.
                        Trump probably thinks he no longer needs Barr. He’d be wrong if he thinks that.

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                        • #73
                          Roger Stone is guilty. However, he will likely get a new trial due to the news coming out about the jury foreman. She was a political activist, that had commented on social media, negatively on Roger Stone before the trial happened. The sentencing...7-9 years is excessive, WHEN you compare it to similar cases and especially when compare to violent crimes. I think that is the train of thought.

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                          • #74
                            Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post
                            Roger Stone is guilty. However, he will likely get a new trial due to the news coming out about the jury foreman. She was a political activist, that had commented on social media, negatively on Roger Stone before the trial happened. The sentencing...7-9 years is excessive, WHEN you compare it to similar cases and especially when compare to violent crimes. I think that is the train of thought.
                            You mean Trump's tweets should not be looked at?

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                            • #75
                              Originally posted by DPR View Post

                              If the board doesn't suck, I'd search back to 2016 when Bill Clinton had his tarmac coffee with Loretta Lynch. Conservatives were screaming about it being improper and unethical and that Lynch should resign.

                              Trump openly and publicly intervenes for his personal friend, who committed multiple felonies to help him with his election and to cover up evidence, and these guys are just pretending like it's okay.
                              Not everyone you consider a conservative is turning a blind eye to this.

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