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You are reading page 9 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
      1
    • House Intelligence Committee
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    • Who Cares
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14 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

A few more weeks isn’t going to make a difference.  Besides, didn’t the great Obama already, long ago tell us the Russians weren’t a threat to our elections?

Of course we should be proactive.  Maybe we need to get Hilary’s side of the story too.  She’s been pretty quiet lately.  Staying below the radar I suppose.

If Mueller’s subpoenaed, maybe he’ll explain why he waited until after the last election to release his report.  It seems like he probably doesn’t have much more info now then he did 5 or 6 months ago.  If he doesn’t  have evidence of collusion now, he sure didn’t last fall.

Im actually more concerned about unscrupulous Americans trying to influence the election then I am the Russians.

You are hysterical!  Yeah, your concern is about the Russians.  Bahwawa!!!

 

 

You could share a link which supports your claim about Obama saying that our elections are safe from foreign interference.

Please, feel free to investigate a private citizen over partisan political animus. Should we all reread the Steele dossier in preparation? Most of that has been substantiated you know. 

It seems self evident why a responsible investigation would wait until the investigation is complete before publishing a report and findings.  It's there some reason that you keep saying that there is no evidence of collusion? That has not been established as fact outside of Trump's cheering section. 

Yes, many of us are concerned about unscrupulous Americans who may be interested in interfering with our voting and electoral processes, including collaborating with foreign agents. Will we discover scores of conversations between Russians and Trump's campaign staff again?

I wonder why an American would laugh at the concern about known foreign attempts to influence our elections? I wonder who has convinced you that this is a purely partisan exercise? 

 

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23 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

You could share a link which supports your claim about Obama saying that our elections are safe from foreign interference.

Please, feel free to investigate a private citizen over partisan political animus. Should we all reread the Steele dossier in preparation? Most of that has been substantiated you know. 

It seems self evident why a responsible investigation would wait until the investigation is complete before publishing a report and findings.  It's there some reason that you keep saying that there is no evidence of collusion? That has not been established as fact outside of Trump's cheering section. 

Yes, many of us are concerned about unscrupulous Americans who may be interested in interfering with our voting and electoral processes, including collaborating with foreign agents. Will we discover scores of conversations between Russians and Trump's campaign staff again?

I wonder why an American would laugh at the concern about known foreign attempts to influence our elections? I wonder who has convinced you that this is a purely partisan exercise? 

 

I guess that would be the intellectual heavy weight known as Rush Limbaugh.

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3 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

Sure, that’s why so many are in a tizzy now, isn’t it?

And, anyway is that whose job it is or who any of us would trust to for that job?

no and no.

I believe that election security would fall under the purview of Homeland Security, except they have some sudden, uh, staffing holes. In fact, I believe former Secretary Nielsen was at a conference discussing cybersecurity when she was ordered back to DC to get fired. 

And without express orders from Trump, I doubt that McConnell would do anything at all about election security, not unless somebody is going to make some money doing it. 

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10 hours ago, nursej22 said:

I believe that election security would fall under the purview of Homeland Security, except they have some sudden, uh, staffing holes. In fact, I believe former Secretary Nielsen was at a conference discussing cybersecurity when she was ordered back to DC to get fired. 

And without express orders from Trump, I doubt that McConnell would do anything at all about election security, not unless somebody is going to make some money doing it. 

Be that as it all may or may not be, following your own logic I don’t understand why you said that the Mueller report release should be expedited so that congress should act on it.

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I did not realize Attorney General Willam Barr was elected by the people( excuse my sarcasm). Attorney General Willam Barr is protecting the person who gave him the job. This is not an elected position. The Attorney General is not representing the office he represents. As an American citizen who respects and believes in democracy, we must support the U.S House of Representatives elected official as they pursue the truth.

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Listen carefully.

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Start at 0:11 seconds. 

How is there a 97-page rebuttal?  

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59 minutes ago, luv2 said:

Listen carefully.

So, he knew for awhile that Mueller found no collusion.  More interesting is that he offered and Mueller declined the opportunity to review the summary before it was released.  

You do realize today was another bad day for the Trump collusion crowd?  The ones who post on this board certainly are quiet.  Not one word about Barr’s testimony.  

A lot more could and should be said about today’s hearing, but I’ll be kind and take the high road.

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1 hour ago, SC_RNDude said:

So, he knew for awhile that Mueller found no collusion.  More interesting is that he offered and Mueller declined the opportunity to review the summary before it was released.  

You do realize today was another bad day for the Trump collusion crowd?  The ones who post on this board certainly are quiet.  Not one word about Barr’s testimony.  

A lot more could and should be said about today’s hearing, but I’ll be kind and take the high road.

Representative Matt Cartwright, D-Penn., asked Attorney General William Barr about the Justice Department's "litigation position" to strike down the Affordable Care Act.

Representative Cartwright asked Barr whether he's properly evaluated the consequences, including the millions of people at risk of losing health care coverage, if DOJ's lawsuit is successful.

Attorney General Barr did not answer the question. Instead he asked Cartwright whether it was likely that DOJ's lawsuit will prevail. "I'm just saying that if you think it's such an outrageous position, you have nothing to worry about," Barr told the Democratic lawmaker. "Let the courts do their job."

 

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