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earthytaurus3 79F
16477 posts
10/8/2019 9:52 am
Today's headliner: Witness in Trump-Ukraine matter ordered not speak in Impreachment Inquiry


Though he was willing and ready, Gordon D. Sonland, US ambassador the EU, was ordered by Trump & company not testify at three House investigative committee meetings scheduled for today.

HOW? Through threat and intimidation?

WHY? What's to hide? Why would Trump fear testimony?

In my mind's eye, it's just another obstruction of justice as Trump insists upon 'no cooperation' with the investigation. How in the hell does he wield this much power?? I'm flabbergasted!

Trump is smugly confident that the so-called justice system is in his pocket. What with a jaded Attorney General, an azz-kissing Sec. of State, a stacked Supreme Court, and a lop-sided Federal judgeship, he believes he's home free.

Is this truly the new order?


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/8/2019 9:58 am

THIS is what the U.S. republicans seek? They need to GO in the up and coming election. They're a bunch of scardy-cats … all crooks afraid of being found out for their own misgivings or they would not be acting like cowards. IF a person has nothing to hide, they hide nothing!


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/8/2019 10:23 am

Again … words missing in my post, most notably the preposition "to". Fill in the blanks and it might make sense.


sparkleflit 72F
5058 posts
10/8/2019 11:51 am

Trump is a chaos generator.....he spews distraction......Behind the scenes, it's a power-grab. Distill his moves, his decisions, his appointments, his attitude...It's all a way to give himself more power.....ultimate power.......He said from day 1 that he wanted support from the most ignorant .....a base that is composed of sheep who will follow him no matter what he says or does.......He has arranged his government and judiciary so that those in power are beholden to him.....he has the country by the short and curlies......He isn't going anywhere any time soon.......America the free is now a dictatorship......j


bijou649 70F
700 posts
10/8/2019 1:14 pm

I'm really getting scared for the U.S. Trump is systematically setting himself up as dictator or supreme leader. And even worse, every decision he makes seems to have a favourable outcome for Russia. For some bizarre and incomprehensible reason, the Repub politicians back him up and make excuses for him no matter what he says or does. Soon the U.S. will be just like Russia or North Korea with one powerful dangerous man in charge.


bigblock46 73M
9545 posts
10/8/2019 2:54 pm

All I can say is I would tell the lying Adam Schiff to go pound sand. All we have heard for the past three years that I the all knowing Adam Schiff has tons of evidence that proved Trump colluded with Russia, But has never produced a damn thing. In my personal opinion he is the one who should be impeached although the Constitution doesn't make room for that.


sparkleflit 72F
5058 posts
10/8/2019 4:34 pm

    Quoting bigblock46:
    All I can say is I would tell the lying Adam Schiff to go pound sand. All we have heard for the past three years that I the all knowing Adam Schiff has tons of evidence that proved Trump colluded with Russia, But has never produced a damn thing. In my personal opinion he is the one who should be impeached although the Constitution doesn't make room for that.
I recognize your mind-set from the stories my father told me about what it was like in Europe when they watched Hitler hypnotize the Hoi Polloi.......


butterfly21 70F
135 posts
10/8/2019 6:38 pm

Why can't Trump do what is correct and right?
I totally agree with you ET, if you have nothing to hide, you tell the truth and give them your evidence of no wrong doing and move on. Trump is so disrespectful to our constitution and the balance of power.
I said from when Trump ran in 2016 that he was like Hitler and everyone said I was wrong. The handwriting is on the wall and folks are still not believing what is happening and what he is dong to our country.
These are very sad days for America.


hiramhankwilliam 96M
4480 posts
10/8/2019 6:44 pm

ET. I wil not comment on ur blogs about this subject. I respect your feelings and tell u have the right to feel how ever u choose.

I do enjoy the blogs where we can talk about issues more imporatant

you among just a few here have the right to dislike and express how u feel. you are an American..

I hope ur fruit flys have given u a break.

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


lilium5 70F
2248 posts
10/8/2019 8:28 pm

'Though he was willing and ready, Gordon D. Sonland, US ambassador the EU, was ordered by Trump & company not testify at three House investigative committee meetings scheduled for today.'

I don't understand ET - what authority does Trump have to decide who can or can't testify. What would the consequences be if the person/s decided to testify regardless (without advising Trump and cohorts beforehand).


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/8/2019 11:55 pm

    Quoting sparkleflit:
    Trump is a chaos generator.....he spews distraction......Behind the scenes, it's a power-grab. Distill his moves, his decisions, his appointments, his attitude...It's all a way to give himself more power.....ultimate power.......He said from day 1 that he wanted support from the most ignorant .....a base that is composed of sheep who will follow him no matter what he says or does.......He has arranged his government and judiciary so that those in power are beholden to him.....he has the country by the short and curlies......He isn't going anywhere any time soon.......America the free is now a dictatorship......j
I fear that is what has happened.


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/9/2019 12:02 am

    Quoting bijou649:
    I'm really getting scared for the U.S. Trump is systematically setting himself up as dictator or supreme leader. And even worse, every decision he makes seems to have a favourable outcome for Russia. For some bizarre and incomprehensible reason, the Repub politicians back him up and make excuses for him no matter what he says or does. Soon the U.S. will be just like Russia or North Korea with one powerful dangerous man in charge.
We're in a crisis, for certain. I'm scared, too.


earthytaurus3 replies on 10/9/2019 12:04 am:
Then again, being fearful is playing into Trump's hands. He rules by fear and intimidation, and it seems to work very well for him.

earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/9/2019 12:08 am

    Quoting bigblock46:
    All I can say is I would tell the lying Adam Schiff to go pound sand. All we have heard for the past three years that I the all knowing Adam Schiff has tons of evidence that proved Trump colluded with Russia, But has never produced a damn thing. In my personal opinion he is the one who should be impeached although the Constitution doesn't make room for that.
Obviously, you're only aware of Barr's redacted version of the Mueller report. *sigh*


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/9/2019 12:22 am

    Quoting butterfly21:
    Why can't Trump do what is correct and right?
    I totally agree with you ET, if you have nothing to hide, you tell the truth and give them your evidence of no wrong doing and move on. Trump is so disrespectful to our constitution and the balance of power.
    I said from when Trump ran in 2016 that he was like Hitler and everyone said I was wrong. The handwriting is on the wall and folks are still not believing what is happening and what he is dong to our country.
    These are very sad days for America.
I had the same feeling, Butter. When Trump said he wanted to clean the swamp, he had a different idea than the rest of us. We couldn't have known he would fill it with alligators.


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/9/2019 12:25 am

    Quoting hiramhankwilliam:
    ET. I wil not comment on ur blogs about this subject. I respect your feelings and tell u have the right to feel how ever u choose.

    I do enjoy the blogs where we can talk about issues more imporatant

    you among just a few here have the right to dislike and express how u feel. you are an American..

    I hope ur fruit flys have given u a break.
Careful there, Hank. Pretty soon you'll have me tickling your back with a feather and feeding you grapes. LOL

P.S. I'm still swatting fruit flies. Gurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. I might just set out some ant traps to see if that helps.


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/9/2019 12:27 am

    Quoting lilium5:
    'Though he was willing and ready, Gordon D. Sonland, US ambassador the EU, was ordered by Trump & company not testify at three House investigative committee meetings scheduled for today.'

    I don't understand ET - what authority does Trump have to decide who can or can't testify. What would the consequences be if the person/s decided to testify regardless (without advising Trump and cohorts beforehand).
Many of us fail to understand ………..


lilium5 70F
2248 posts
10/9/2019 2:09 am

Off topic ET - just read your response to Hank re fruit flies. Pest Strategies (online resource for pest related problems) recently reviewed the best fruit fly traps for 2019. Top pick was BEAPCO Fruit Fly Traps (Home Depot sells for $14.90, available other retailers also I imagine). Have included the link for your convenience, useful information incl. pros/cons of each product reviewed. Hope it helps

https://wwwdotpeststrategiesdotcom/reviews/fly-products/best-fruit-fly-traps/


bigblock46 73M
9545 posts
10/9/2019 4:11 am

    Quoting sparkleflit:
    I recognize your mind-set from the stories my father told me about what it was like in Europe when they watched Hitler hypnotize the Hoi Polloi.......
That's really funny as I recognized the same watching you and others being hoodwinked by Barack Obama.


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/9/2019 5:33 am

    Quoting lilium5:
    Off topic ET - just read your response to Hank re fruit flies. Pest Strategies (online resource for pest related problems) recently reviewed the best fruit fly traps for 2019. Top pick was BEAPCO Fruit Fly Traps (Home Depot sells for $14.90, available other retailers also I imagine). Have included the link for your convenience, useful information incl. pros/cons of each product reviewed. Hope it helps

    https://wwwdotpeststrategiesdotcom/reviews/fly-products/best-fruit-fly-traps/
Oh, good, Lil. I'll give it a look. Thank you very much.


earthytaurus3 replies on 10/9/2019 5:36 am:
There's a Home Depot Store very near me. I'll run over today.

bijou649 70F
700 posts
10/9/2019 7:17 am

Earthy I hate to turn this into another fruit fly blog but I just figured out how to get rid of fruit flies and it didn't cost a penny. To heck with Buddhism, I'm being invaded by swarms of fruit flies so I had to do something. What you do is put a ripe strawberry or a slice of banana in a cup or bowl or a jar, then cover it with cling wrap with a few holes poked on top. Within an hour there were about 50 fruit flies in the jar I used. For some reason they can get in the holes in the cling wrap but unfortunately (for them) they can't seem to get back out. You can't believe how much I hate to kill them but they are really getting on my last nerve.


hobsonschoice 70F
3233 posts
10/9/2019 8:17 am

    Quoting bigblock46:
    That's really funny as I recognized the same watching you and others being hoodwinked by Barack Obama.
There you go again with the whataboutery! Adam Schiff is NOT the president! President Obama is no longer in office! The problem is the liar presently occupying the Oval Office. No amount of finger pointing is going to make Trump look good. If Trump is innocent, why is he so busy trying to block people from testifying? Time for you to take a good look at Trump, the stable genius, as an individual rather than comparing him to others. You've grabbed onto the Republican talking points, repeating them over and over, and have stopped thinking or even considering the facts.


hiramhankwilliam 96M
4480 posts
10/9/2019 8:57 am

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    Careful there, Hank. Pretty soon you'll have me tickling your back with a feather and feeding you grapes. LOL

    P.S. I'm still swatting fruit flies. Gurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. I might just set out some ant traps to see if that helps.
hhahahah too funny, ill buy he grapes I like. ifi may as, please consider turning me over hahah

get borax and spread itt around. ants eat it a expolode

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


bigblock46 73M
9545 posts
10/9/2019 9:46 am

    Quoting hobsonschoice:
    There you go again with the whataboutery! Adam Schiff is NOT the president! President Obama is no longer in office! The problem is the liar presently occupying the Oval Office. No amount of finger pointing is going to make Trump look good. If Trump is innocent, why is he so busy trying to block people from testifying? Time for you to take a good look at Trump, the stable genius, as an individual rather than comparing him to others. You've grabbed onto the Republican talking points, repeating them over and over, and have stopped thinking or even considering the facts.
Facts you want facts, well here you go, remember you asked for it.

So far, we have had two years of a totally false Russian narrative, which even the editor of The New York Times had to admit failed with the Mueller report because it revealed there was no collusion. In those two years, we had FBI agents who were leaking. We had all sorts of effort by people in the deep state to destroy the president. We had The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the networks doing everything they could to destroy Trump and they failed.

Let's look at the current example. One of the questions that must be answered is: When did the intelligence community change the rules for whistleblowers? Up until recently, in order to be a whistleblower, you had to have personal, firsthand knowledge of what you were blowing the whistle about. For some reason, this was changed. Now, was it changed to make it easier to smear Trump? Probably. But the truth is that we don't know who changed it. We don't know why it was changed, but what it produced was somebody who was not in the room, did not hear the phone call, had no personal knowledge, pulling together innuendo, gossip and rumor into a multi-page complaint — much of which is just plain, factually false


hobsonschoice 70F
3233 posts
10/9/2019 12:18 pm

    Quoting bigblock46:
    Facts you want facts, well here you go, remember you asked for it.

    So far, we have had two years of a totally false Russian narrative, which even the editor of The New York Times had to admit failed with the Mueller report because it revealed there was no collusion. In those two years, we had FBI agents who were leaking. We had all sorts of effort by people in the deep state to destroy the president. We had The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the networks doing everything they could to destroy Trump and they failed.

    Let's look at the current example. One of the questions that must be answered is: When did the intelligence community change the rules for whistleblowers? Up until recently, in order to be a whistleblower, you had to have personal, firsthand knowledge of what you were blowing the whistle about. For some reason, this was changed. Now, was it changed to make it easier to smear Trump? Probably. But the truth is that we don't know who changed it. We don't know why it was changed, but what it produced was somebody who was not in the room, did not hear the phone call, had no personal knowledge, pulling together innuendo, gossip and rumor into a multi-page complaint — much of which is just plain, factually false
I don't want Republican talking points. Fact is Mueller didn't charge Trump with a crime because he went along with the idea that a sitting President cannot be charged. Mueller clearly stated that he couldn't clear Trump of a crime, but Mueller did lay out the case for obstruction. Obstruction could well be the reason he couldn't find evidence of collusion. Congress is doing its job or at least trying to do its job. If Trump has nothing to hide, why is he doing his darnedest to hide evidence, to stop people from speaking their truths and impeding Congress' investigation? Sound like an innocent man to you? Trump needs to testify under oath. Oh I forgot, he's not allowed to testify under oath as he will undoubtedly lie, so his attorneys have to protect Trump from himself.

Already you are blaming the whistle blower for the information that has been shared, and verified by others. I think the investigation should be allowed to proceed and obstruction of justice charges should be brought upon all those putting up the barricades to protect Trump from Trump. The USA needs a true leader not a con man who is neither stable nor a genius.


hobsonschoice 70F
3233 posts
10/9/2019 1:15 pm

    Quoting bigblock46:
    Facts you want facts, well here you go, remember you asked for it.

    So far, we have had two years of a totally false Russian narrative, which even the editor of The New York Times had to admit failed with the Mueller report because it revealed there was no collusion. In those two years, we had FBI agents who were leaking. We had all sorts of effort by people in the deep state to destroy the president. We had The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the networks doing everything they could to destroy Trump and they failed.

    Let's look at the current example. One of the questions that must be answered is: When did the intelligence community change the rules for whistleblowers? Up until recently, in order to be a whistleblower, you had to have personal, firsthand knowledge of what you were blowing the whistle about. For some reason, this was changed. Now, was it changed to make it easier to smear Trump? Probably. But the truth is that we don't know who changed it. We don't know why it was changed, but what it produced was somebody who was not in the room, did not hear the phone call, had no personal knowledge, pulling together innuendo, gossip and rumor into a multi-page complaint — much of which is just plain, factually false
The president's supporters have claimed that, in August, prior to the whistleblower filing his complaint about Trump and the July call, the intelligence community changed a rule they say required that whistleblowers provide direct, first-hand knowledge of alleged wrongdoings.

In making the claim, Trump and his supporters referred to a change made on the “Disclosure of Urgent Concern” form, which previously had asked if the whistleblower had direct or indirect knowledge.

The intelligence community inspector's general's office released a statement Monday evening disputing any recent change in the whistleblower form.

“With respect to the whistleblower complaint received by the ICIG on August 12, 2019, the ICIG processed and reviewed the complaint in accordance with the law,” read a statement from the intelligence community inspector general's office (ICIG) dated Sept. 30. “The Disclosure of Urgent Concern form the Complainant submitted on August 12, 2019 is the same form the ICIG has had in place since May 24, 2018,” the statement said.

National security lawyers who specialize in whistleblower complaints told ABC News that whistleblowers have never been required to have direct knowledge of alleged wrongdoing in order to file a complaint.

“In no way, shape or form was anything changed as a matter of law,” said national security lawyer Brad Moss. “The law has never said that a whistleblower couldn't have second information because that would unnecessarily restrict an inordinate amount of whistleblowing allegations coming forward because most people don’t have the first-hand information.”

Irvin McCullough, national security analyst for Government Accountability Project, said that the change made in an attempt to revamp and simplify the form, carried no legal weight and did not change any whistleblower laws or protections.

Moss agreed, saying that the previous form caused some confusion for whistleblowers who did not have legal counsel about whether they themselves had to have first-hand knowledge. He agreed as well that changing the form didn't change the law that he said clearly allows a whistleblower to file a complaint with second-hand information.

“The changed form didn’t change anything as a matter of law, nor could they change the law with just a form,” Moss said. “If they wanted to revise the evidentiary threshold that the ICIG [intelligence community inspector general) had to meet, then Congress had to change the law -- it couldn’t be done through a form.

Beyond that, the ICIG's statement stated that some of the information in the whistleblower's complaint did in fact come from first-hand knowledge.

"The Complainant on the form he or she submitted on August 12, 2019 in fact checked two relevant boxes: The first box stated that, ‘I have personal and/or direct knowledge of events or records involved’; and the second box stated that, ‘Other employees have told me about events or records involved,’” the ICIG's statement said.

It continued: "As part of his determination that the urgent concern appeared credible, the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community determined that the Complainant had official and authorized access to the information and sources referenced in the Complainant’s Letter and Classified Appendix, including direct knowledge of certain alleged conduct."


earthytaurus3 79F
40246 posts
10/9/2019 3:51 pm

    Quoting hobsonschoice:
    The president's supporters have claimed that, in August, prior to the whistleblower filing his complaint about Trump and the July call, the intelligence community changed a rule they say required that whistleblowers provide direct, first-hand knowledge of alleged wrongdoings.

    In making the claim, Trump and his supporters referred to a change made on the “Disclosure of Urgent Concern” form, which previously had asked if the whistleblower had direct or indirect knowledge.

    The intelligence community inspector's general's office released a statement Monday evening disputing any recent change in the whistleblower form.

    “With respect to the whistleblower complaint received by the ICIG on August 12, 2019, the ICIG processed and reviewed the complaint in accordance with the law,” read a statement from the intelligence community inspector general's office (ICIG) dated Sept. 30. “The Disclosure of Urgent Concern form the Complainant submitted on August 12, 2019 is the same form the ICIG has had in place since May 24, 2018,” the statement said.

    National security lawyers who specialize in whistleblower complaints told ABC News that whistleblowers have never been required to have direct knowledge of alleged wrongdoing in order to file a complaint.

    “In no way, shape or form was anything changed as a matter of law,” said national security lawyer Brad Moss. “The law has never said that a whistleblower couldn't have second information because that would unnecessarily restrict an inordinate amount of whistleblowing allegations coming forward because most people don’t have the first-hand information.”

    Irvin McCullough, national security analyst for Government Accountability Project, said that the change made in an attempt to revamp and simplify the form, carried no legal weight and did not change any whistleblower laws or protections.

    Moss agreed, saying that the previous form caused some confusion for whistleblowers who did not have legal counsel about whether they themselves had to have first-hand knowledge. He agreed as well that changing the form didn't change the law that he said clearly allows a whistleblower to file a complaint with second-hand information.

    “The changed form didn’t change anything as a matter of law, nor could they change the law with just a form,” Moss said. “If they wanted to revise the evidentiary threshold that the ICIG [intelligence community inspector general) had to meet, then Congress had to change the law -- it couldn’t be done through a form.

    Beyond that, the ICIG's statement stated that some of the information in the whistleblower's complaint did in fact come from first-hand knowledge.

    "The Complainant on the form he or she submitted on August 12, 2019 in fact checked two relevant boxes: The first box stated that, ‘I have personal and/or direct knowledge of events or records involved’; and the second box stated that, ‘Other employees have told me about events or records involved,’” the ICIG's statement said.

    It continued: "As part of his determination that the urgent concern appeared credible, the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community determined that the Complainant had official and authorized access to the information and sources referenced in the Complainant’s Letter and Classified Appendix, including direct knowledge of certain alleged conduct."
Hobs, I'm sure by now you know you might as well talk to the hand.


sparkleflit 72F
5058 posts
10/9/2019 5:03 pm

    Quoting hobsonschoice:
    The president's supporters have claimed that, in August, prior to the whistleblower filing his complaint about Trump and the July call, the intelligence community changed a rule they say required that whistleblowers provide direct, first-hand knowledge of alleged wrongdoings.

    In making the claim, Trump and his supporters referred to a change made on the “Disclosure of Urgent Concern” form, which previously had asked if the whistleblower had direct or indirect knowledge.

    The intelligence community inspector's general's office released a statement Monday evening disputing any recent change in the whistleblower form.

    “With respect to the whistleblower complaint received by the ICIG on August 12, 2019, the ICIG processed and reviewed the complaint in accordance with the law,” read a statement from the intelligence community inspector general's office (ICIG) dated Sept. 30. “The Disclosure of Urgent Concern form the Complainant submitted on August 12, 2019 is the same form the ICIG has had in place since May 24, 2018,” the statement said.

    National security lawyers who specialize in whistleblower complaints told ABC News that whistleblowers have never been required to have direct knowledge of alleged wrongdoing in order to file a complaint.

    “In no way, shape or form was anything changed as a matter of law,” said national security lawyer Brad Moss. “The law has never said that a whistleblower couldn't have second information because that would unnecessarily restrict an inordinate amount of whistleblowing allegations coming forward because most people don’t have the first-hand information.”

    Irvin McCullough, national security analyst for Government Accountability Project, said that the change made in an attempt to revamp and simplify the form, carried no legal weight and did not change any whistleblower laws or protections.

    Moss agreed, saying that the previous form caused some confusion for whistleblowers who did not have legal counsel about whether they themselves had to have first-hand knowledge. He agreed as well that changing the form didn't change the law that he said clearly allows a whistleblower to file a complaint with second-hand information.

    “The changed form didn’t change anything as a matter of law, nor could they change the law with just a form,” Moss said. “If they wanted to revise the evidentiary threshold that the ICIG [intelligence community inspector general) had to meet, then Congress had to change the law -- it couldn’t be done through a form.

    Beyond that, the ICIG's statement stated that some of the information in the whistleblower's complaint did in fact come from first-hand knowledge.

    "The Complainant on the form he or she submitted on August 12, 2019 in fact checked two relevant boxes: The first box stated that, ‘I have personal and/or direct knowledge of events or records involved’; and the second box stated that, ‘Other employees have told me about events or records involved,’” the ICIG's statement said.

    It continued: "As part of his determination that the urgent concern appeared credible, the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community determined that the Complainant had official and authorized access to the information and sources referenced in the Complainant’s Letter and Classified Appendix, including direct knowledge of certain alleged conduct."
This Whistleblower complaint that Bigblock claims is yet another of the Conspiracy Theories Bigblock is so enamored of of......This one was started by the Federalist, one of Bigblock's favoured sources.......It's corrupt nonsense....


LeafReport 68M
2208 posts
10/9/2019 5:31 pm

    Quoting bigblock46:
    All I can say is I would tell the lying Adam Schiff to go pound sand. All we have heard for the past three years that I the all knowing Adam Schiff has tons of evidence that proved Trump colluded with Russia, But has never produced a damn thing. In my personal opinion he is the one who should be impeached although the Constitution doesn't make room for that.
Nobody is as stupid as you have been throughout all this. Have you read the Mueller report? Nope, because if you did then I just caught you in yet ANOTHER lie. You sir, are the biggest liar other than Trump I have ever encountered. It is disgraceful.


LeafReport 68M
2208 posts
10/9/2019 5:53 pm

We have a fascist in the White House. It is now imperative that Impeachment happen and removal from office materialize


hobsonschoice 70F
3233 posts
10/9/2019 7:08 pm

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    Hobs, I'm sure by now you know you might as well talk to the hand.
I know, I know, but I keep hoping that he'll actually question something he is being fed.


bigblock46 73M
9545 posts
10/9/2019 7:33 pm

    Quoting sparkleflit:
    This Whistleblower complaint that Bigblock claims is yet another of the Conspiracy Theories Bigblock is so enamored of of......This one was started by the Federalist, one of Bigblock's favoured sources.......It's corrupt nonsense....
Much better source than that crap dispensing MSNBC and Mad Cow Rachel Maddow.


bigblock46 73M
9545 posts
10/9/2019 7:43 pm

    Quoting hobsonschoice:
    I know, I know, but I keep hoping that he'll actually question something he is being fed.
The intelligence community inspector general (ICIG) found that the Ukraine whistleblower exhibited “arguable political bias” but said the allegations included in his complaint were nevertheless worthy of investigation, according to a Justice Department Office of Legal Counsel opinion.