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You are reading page 39 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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    • House Intelligence Committee
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    • Who Cares
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47 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

I also trust William Barr’s summary of the report, and his decision on what to do with it.

Unfortunately for some, it didn’t turn out liked they hoped. And Mueller is done.  He wants nothing to do with any hearing.  I would love, actually, it would tickle me to see the Dems subpoena him to appear.

Time to move on.

The “People’s report”. 😂 

The author of the report felt that Barr's summary was misleading and did not adequately represent the findings or facts.  Barr lied about whether or not he was aware of that Mueller team stance while in possession of a letter from Mueller. Congress has a responsibility to discuss the relevant evidence that the POTUS  (at minimum) attempted obstruction. Failure of Congress to debate what should be done about a president who intentionally breaks laws would be a breach of duty in a country governed on the rule of law and order. 

It's a bit sad that you are so amused by the notion of government FOR the people.  We tax payers paid for that. 

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49 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

The author of the report felt that Barr's summary was misleading and did not adequately represent the findings or facts.  Barr lied about whether or not he was aware of that Mueller team stance while in possession of a letter from Mueller. Congress has a responsibility to discuss the relevant evidence that the POTUS  (at minimum) attempted obstruction. Failure of Congress to debate what should be done about a president who intentionally breaks laws would be a breach of duty in a country governed on the rule of law and order. 

It's a bit sad that you are so amused by the notion of government FOR the people.  We tax payers paid for that. 

I have to agree.  I'd like to be part of the "there's nothing to see here, time to move on" group, but too many important people are saying it warrants looking into.  I can't respect a group that still chants "lock her up" telling me to move on.

I'll also acknowledge there are people that can't let go and want him proven as guilty real bad and would be unhappy with an innocent verdict.

Trump supporters should also want it looked into so it can finally be over.  The innocent have nothing to afraid of.  Look at the boost and bragging rights he'll get when proven innocent.  I almost cringe at the thought, but I'd rather have that than find him guilty.  But like it or not we need to look into it.

Edited by Tweety

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2 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

The author of the report felt that Barr's summary was misleading and did not adequately represent the findings or facts.

I’m not as in touch with Mueller’s feelings as some apparently are, but I’m not aware of him ever saying such a thing.

 

2 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Barr lied about whether or not he was aware of that Mueller team stance while in possession of a letter from Mueller.

No.  Mueller didn’t say such a thing.  In fact, he has said Barr’s summary “was not inaccurate”.

 

2 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Failure of Congress to debate what should be done about a president who intentionally breaks laws would be a breach of duty in a country governed on the rule of law and order. 

Sorry.  Mueller was unable to recommend any charges of a crime.  So, it’s hard for me to believe that a ordinary citizen can credibly claim that not only did Trump break laws, that he did it intentionally.

1 hour ago, Tweety said:

 

 

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1 hour ago, Tweety said:

I have to agree.  I'd like to be part of the "there's nothing to see here, time to move on" group, but too many important people are saying it warrants looking into.  

Who are these “important people “?

 

1 hour ago, Tweety said:

Trump supporters should also want it looked into so it can finally be over.  The innocent have nothing to afraid of. 

I’m not sure I understand what is to be looked into that wasn’t already?

 

1 hour ago, Tweety said:

But like it or not we need to look into it.

Ok, that’s the third time.  I’m sincere, and not trying to be difficult.  What exactly is the “it” we need to look into?

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2 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

It's a bit sad that you are so amused by the notion of government FOR the people.  We tax payers paid for that. 

What’s amusing to take a partisan, tax payer funded opposition research / impeachment paper and call it the “People’s report”.

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2 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

The author of the report felt that Barr's summary was misleading and did not adequately represent the findings or facts.  Barr lied about whether or not he was aware of that Mueller team stance while in possession of a letter from Mueller. Congress has a responsibility to discuss the relevant evidence that the POTUS  (at minimum) attempted obstruction. Failure of Congress to debate what should be done about a president who intentionally breaks laws would be a breach of duty in a country governed on the rule of law and order. 

It's a bit sad that you are so amused by the notion of government FOR the people.  We tax payers paid for that. 

It is clear that Trumpsters will NEVER accept or believe Mueller's findings.

I learned 15 years ago, that it is very true, that you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink.

 

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First of all, I would like to say this is NOT an attack on anybody posting here on AN, where the back and forth is not , or mostly not, hateful. I just want to have my say, as unknowledgeable as I may be in the World of the Political:

Partisanship has been taken to such an extreme; one group thinks only THEY are right and the other groups thinks only THEY are right. It seems that we are at the point where nothing moves, and no one understands or wants to understand. The hammering from each group goes on and on and on. In mixed metaphor, it seems like one great Tug-Of-War government. Gee, WHO will land in the mud in 2020? 

Reminds me of all the religions that proclaim that THEIR way is the ONLY way. The rest of us will go somewhere less than desirable. 

Do you know it is impossible to yawn and sneeze simultaneously? If that were to actually happen, perhaps the results would be a combo implosion and explosion. That's where things are headed.

At nearly 70, I look forward to exiting the planet when my time comes. Or maybe before that, a black hole will suck us in and solve ALL the world's problems.

ALL GONE, NO MORE ,THE END, KAPUT!

And the worst thing will be, for some, that they will never know if THEY won. Jeez, too bad,

Edited by No Stars In My Eyes

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2 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

What’s amusing to take a partisan, tax payer funded opposition research / impeachment paper and call it the “People’s report”.

Partisan?

The suggestion that the origins of the Mueller investigation were partisan are tired and flimsy. The opposition research was hired by Republican opposition to Trump. Much of that was corroborated by additional investigation. 

The Mueller report fleshes out for the people how Russia interfered in our 2016 electoral processes. The report outlined 10 occasions where the president took action to obstruct that investigation. I can't make you care about these important matters but I can try to correct your misinformation and suggest that you choose another analyst or read the report. 

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8 hours ago, Lil Nel said:

It is clear that Trumpsters will NEVER accept or believe Mueller's findings.

I learned 15 years ago, that it is very true, that you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink.

 

His findings were that there was no collusion and that he couldn’t recommend any charges of obstruction of justice (regarding the investigation of a crime that didn’t happen, btw.)

It doesn’t seem it’s the Trumpsters who are having trouble accepting that reality.

I wonder, btw, how many have read the entire section of US Code regarding obstruction of justice?  Or, are most people simply relying on the analysis of others?

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Mueller, initially received bilateral partisan support when appoint during the Trump administration for this investigation.  When it looked like it wouldn't turn out well for the administration with all the indictments, convictions, etc. is when it became "partisan" and a "witch hunt".  

I will say the response has definitely been partisan.  

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1 hour ago, Tweety said:

Mueller, initially received bilateral partisan support when appoint during the Trump administration for this investigation.  When it looked like it wouldn't turn out well for the administration with all the indictments, convictions, etc. is when it became "partisan" and a "witch hunt".  

I will say the response has definitely been partisan.  

You left out how Mueller’s team was made of Democrat supporters and Clinton donors, high level FBI agents directly involved texting each other about their hate of Trump and how they need to stop him, illegal spying on the Trump campaign,, etc.  The “witch hunt” claim was not unfounded.

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12 hours ago, Tweety said:

Trump supporters should also want it looked into so it can finally be over.  The innocent have nothing to afraid of. 

In what circumstances do you think congressional Democrats would declare Trump innocent?

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