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You are reading page 32 of Special Council Muller Report. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

Who should redact the Muller’s Report?

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  1. 1. Who should redact the Muller’s Report?

    • Attorney General William Barr
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8 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

The purpose of the investigation was not to investigate Russian interference.  We already have govt agencies who do that type of thing.  Such as the CIA.  Why would that be the role of a prosecutor?

The purpose was to get Trump.  The fact that Dems and the media are still trying to get him, and aren’t the least bit concerned about Russia interference, is all you need to see to understand this.

What about those who didn’t read the report, including those here, who agree with you?  Are they also ignorant and just parroting what they heard from someone they like?

Bold Mine

Mueller Authority to Investigate Russian Interference in 2016 Election and Related Matters

Perhaps you should review the letter from the Trump official which outlines Mueller's mandate. Don't project the disregard about Russian interference onto liberals, it's conservatives who call the whole thing a hoax. 

The last comment about people not reading the report doesn't make any sense. People who spout ignorant assumptions about the report and parrot partisan opinion which is contrary to the actual report, while refusing to actually read it, appear ignorant. IMHO

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8 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

The purpose of the investigation was not to investigate Russian interference.  We already have govt agencies who do that type of thing.  Such as the CIA.  Why would that be the role of a prosecutor?

The purpose was to get Trump.  The fact that Dems and the media are still trying to get him, and aren’t the least bit concerned about Russia interference, is all you need to see to understand this.

What about those who didn’t read the report, including those here, who agree with you?  Are they also ignorant and just parroting what they heard from someone they like?

 

Who would you be referring to?

Do you know who on this read has and hasn't the Mueller report?

No, you don't.

You should not assume anything.

You are wrong about Democrats not caring about Russian interference.

I care.

The Democrats I hang out with, care.

The point of the investigation wasn't to "get" Trump, although, that is what Trump keeps saying, and his supporters believe him.

The point, was to investigate Russian interference, and possible collusion with Trump campaign.

I can only accept Mueller's Findings.

But it still seems strange to me, all those Russians swarming about Trump campaign.

Mere coincidence?

Maybe.

But I don't think so.

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8 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

The purpose of the investigation was not to investigate Russian interference.  We already have govt agencies who do that type of thing.  Such as the CIA.  Why would that be the role of a prosecutor?

The purpose was to get Trump.  The fact that Dems and the media are still trying to get him, and aren’t the least bit concerned about Russia interference, is all you need to see to understand this.

What about those who didn’t read the report, including those here, who agree with you?  Are they also ignorant and just parroting what they heard from someone they like?

 

Please remember all those times Trump has disparaged the CIA, the agency you are now touting.

He has disparaged all intelligence gathering by US on Russian interference, while stating he BELIEVES Putin, when the dictator says there was no interference.

Don't forget, Creepy Ugly Rudy, stating that it was okay to get help from the Russians.

Some of us have memories that last longer than 24 hours.

 

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26 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Perhaps you should review the letter from the Trump official which outlines Mueller's mandate. Don't project the disregard about Russian interference onto liberals, it's conservatives who call the whole thing a hoax. 

That is disingenuous.  Of course we all know what the investigation was intended to be.  We all know what it turned into, with the antI-Trumpers denying that.

 

27 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

The last comment about people not reading the report doesn't make any sense. People who spout ignorant assumptions about the report and parrot partisan opinion which is contrary to the actual report, while refusing to actually read it, appear ignorant. IMHO

So, the answer is yes.  Those who didn’t read the report, including everyone here who didn’t read it, are spouting ignorant assumptions.

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On 5/4/2019 at 8:04 AM, SC_RNDude said:

Yes, let’s have Mueller testify.  It would be interesting to hear how his team missed uncovering this in the course of his unbiased investigation.

“Ukraine's embassy wrote that a Democratic National Committee (DNC) insider reached out in 2016 seeking dirt on President Trump's team, according to a bombshell new report Thursday that further fueled Republican allegations that Democrats were the ones improperly colludingwith foreign agents during the campaign.”

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ukraine-embassy-dnc-operative-trump-dirt-2016

YES! I agree. Mueller should testify.

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59 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

That is disingenuous.  Of course we all know what the investigation was intended to be.  We all know what it turned into, with the antI-Trumpers denying that.

 

So, the answer is yes.  Those who didn’t read the report, including everyone here who didn’t read it, are spouting ignorant assumptions.

Talk about disingenuous.

The investigation was exactly what was outlined. You really need to specify exactly how you believe that the investigation deviated from the mandate otherwise it simply sounds like you are spouting irresponsible partisan nonsense.  In order to do that, you may need to actually read the findings or the summaries. 

Which posters on this thread are you accusing of spouting ignorant assumptions about the Mueller Report? Which are you assuming are commenting without reading the available texts? As far as I recall, you are the only person who claims to have no interest in reading the Mueller report.

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Ha Ha. I like your joke! 🤣

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On 5/7/2019  SC_RNDude said:

 You are correct, I have not read the report in its entirety.  No reason too, and have better things to do with my time.  

And I am suspicious of anyone who claims they have read the entire report.

https://allnurses-breakroom.com/special-council-muller-report-t177057/?do=findComment&comment=1584105

Anyone who made it through nursing school could read the report if they want to. It is similar in length as a novel and written in plain English

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2 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

So, the answer is yes.  Those who didn’t read the report, including everyone here who didn’t read it, are spouting ignorant assumptions.

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1 hour ago, SC_RNDude said:

...   What about those who didn’t read the report, including those here, who agree with you?  Are they also ignorant and just parroting what they heard from someone they like?

https://allnurses-breakroom.com/special-council-muller-report-t177057/?do=findComment&comment=1584105

If available I think it best to read a report before formulating an opinion.

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1 hour ago, herring_RN said:

Ha Ha. I like your joke! 🤣

Anyone who made it through nursing school could read the report if they want to. It is similar in length as a novel and written in plain English

If available I think it best to read a report before formulating an opinion.

Of course I could read it.  If I wanted to read something that takes the time it does to read a novel, well then, I’d read a novel.

I don’t want to and don’t need to read the entire Mueller report.  I’ve read excerpts from it, and have heard analysis from trusted sources as well as from the liberal propagandist media.

I’ll make a deal with you, though.  When the Democrats stop putting on this show for the anti-Trumpers and start talking about Russia interference, then I’ll read the Mueller report.

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11 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

Of course I could read it.  If I wanted to read something that takes the time it does to read a novel, well then, I’d read a novel.

I don’t want to and don’t need to read the entire Mueller report.  I’ve read excerpts from it, and have heard analysis from trusted sources as well as from the liberal propagandist media.

I’ll make a deal with you, though.  When the Democrats stop putting on this show for the anti-Trumpers and start talking about Russia interference, then I’ll read the Mueller report.

Honestly, whether or not you read the report only matters to and and directly affects you and the quality of your own remarks on the topic of the report. Why would Herring want to "make a deal" so that you would read something that you are interested in?

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 I will ignore the statements and opinions of those who didn't read the report because they are just spouting ignorant assumptions.

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