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1 hour ago, MoondoggieRN said:

Lots of “if’s and but’s”.  

CNN’s analysis during the break was quite humorous.

I’m sure Rush’s will be more stimulating.

Anyway, I’ll leave you all to entertain yourselves with thus fir the day.

 

Fascinating how each "camp" sees and hears things, right?

Thanks for reminding me that it is almost 9:00 a.m.  👍

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12 minutes ago, NurseBlaq said:

IE Obstruction.

I have been listening since Doug Collins gave his passionate soliloquy.

I have heard Mueller state numerous times that Trump obstructed.

But I guess the new Trumpster line, is that, that is only Mueller's opinion, and is subjective.

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6 minutes ago, Spidey's mom said:

Fascinating how each "camp" sees and hears things, right?

Thanks for reminding me that it is almost 9:00 a.m.  👍

Not fascinating at all.

It is exactly what we have witnessed over the past two years.

One "camp" hears racist rhetoric, the other "camp," does not.

Not new or fascinating.

Quite frankly, it is sad.

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2 hours ago, Lil Nel said:

I'm not watching, but I am listening via NPR.

 

I am listening on NPR too. It is just finished.

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Listening to the GOP members on the panel, it is as if they are telling a majority of Americans: In case you missed the point last week, we will let you know once again, we are soulless and amoral.

And that is why Justin Amash had to Walk Away from the Republican party.

It simply doesn't embrace morality, or truthfulness.

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Reuters, which is known for its factual, non-biased reporting, reiterates that Mueller clearly stated that Trump is not exonerated by his investigation, and that he would have been indicted had he not been a sitting president.  

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-mueller/mueller-says-he-did-not-exonerate-trump-u-s-policy-precluded-charges-idUSKCN1UJ0DF

The GOP panel members, from what I've seen, are essentially throwing temper tantrums and are behaving like spoiled, soulless children.  If Trump is indicted, they are going to scurry away like rats on sinking ship and deny any relationship to him.  

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4 minutes ago, BCgradnurse said:

Reuters, which is known for its factual, non-biased reporting, reiterates that Mueller clearly stated that Trump is not exonerated by his investigation, and that he would have been indicted had he not been a sitting president.  

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-mueller/mueller-says-he-did-not-exonerate-trump-u-s-policy-precluded-charges-idUSKCN1UJ0DF

The GOP panel members, from what I've seen, are essentially throwing temper tantrums and are behaving like spoiled, soulless children.  If Trump is indicted, they are going to scurry away like rats on sinking ship and deny any relationship to him.  

I'm out of votes for today but I'd definitely upvote this for today.

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I cannot imagine what is required to watch or listen to the hearing and not come away with the understanding that the president has participated in crimes that would see him indicted at this very moment were he not protected by his position. 

The answer seems obvious, he must be removed from his position so that he can be prosecuted.  The DOJ can't do it so Congress must. 

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6 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

The answer seems obvious, he must be removed from his position so that he can be prosecuted.  The DOJ can't do it so Congress must. 

Which is exactly what many wanted Mueller to say today, but he fell short.

Wah wah.

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39 minutes ago, BCgradnurse said:

 

Reuters, which is known for its factual, non-biased reporting, reiterates that Mueller clearly stated that Trump is not exonerated by his investigation, and that he would have been indicted had he not been a sitting president

 

I don’t think anyone need Reuter’s to tell us what he said.  We all heard it.  I would have been shocked if he hadn’t.

Am I missing something?

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1 hour ago, Spidey's mom said:

Fascinating how each "camp" sees and hears things, right?

Thanks for reminding me that it is almost 9:00 a.m.  👍

He had some interesting observations and analysis.  Especially about how Mueller seems unfamiliar with the report.

 

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6 minutes ago, MoondoggieRN said:

Which is exactly what many wanted Mueller to say today, but he fell short.

Wah wah.

Why would they need Mueller to say that? It was pretty obvious that all of Committee members know this, even the GOP participants. There must be some confusion because the only people who seem to think that Mueller needs to say those words for them to be true are Trump loyalists who wouldn't accept the words anyway. 

I bet Limbaugh will have a red meat spin for this today, I can't wait. 😂

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