Everyone around Spanky lies.
Everyone around Spanky lies.
You hear this from Spanky and his gang of stooges:
Earlier this week, South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy told Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Chris Wray to, well, hurry up.
Gowdy lectured Rosenstein and Wray thusly
“Russia isn’t being hurt by this investigation right now. We are. This country is being hurt by it. … We need to see the evidence. If you have evidence of wrongdoing by any member of the Trump campaign, present it to the damn grand jury. If you have evidence that this President acted inappropriately, present it to the American people. There’s an old saying that justice delayed is justice denied. I think right now all of us are being denied. Whatever you got, finish it the hell up because this country is being torn apart.”
The message is clear: The special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election — which is being led by Robert Mueller and overseen by Rosenstein — is taking too long and needs to wrap up — and quickly.
You see, Republicans don’t care if the crimson pussygrabber sold out the country to the Russians or that what he did is nothing less than treason. They just want it all to end.
So let’s remember that the last major investigation of a president was about a land deal that president lost money on:
Independent counsel Robert Ray today filed his long-awaited report on the Whitewater investigation, clearing President Clinton and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton of any criminal wrongdoing.
The official report, sent by Ray to a three-judge panel, is not expected to be finalized for several weeks. But Ray released a six-page statement today that concludes neither the president nor Mrs. Clinton intentionally violated the law in the botched Whitewater real estate deal. …
The sprawling inquiry was launched in 1994 to investigate the Clintons’ role in an Arkansas real estate venture dating to the 1970s.
Ray is the third independent counsel to head the inquiry, which has cost more than $52 million to date. Robert Fiske Jr. was appointed to look into the matter by Attorney General Janet Reno in January 1994. Fiske was replaced later that year by Starr, who left the post in 1999.
Republicans beat that dead Whitewater horse for six years and the conclusion was that the Clintons did nothing wrong. Meanwhile the investigation of Putin’s little pony is 13 months old, and cretin like Trey Gowdy and Spanky’s lawyers are pissing themselves because the current investigation is too long. And they know there was collusion with a capital COLLUSION.
Republicans are the enemy of the people and need to be erased in the coming midtterm elections so a true investigation into this treason can take place.
Oh, and let’s not forget, Trey Gowdy was the head of the Republican dog and pony show called the Benghazi investigation and persecution of Hillary Clinton that began in 2013 and went through 2016. How did that end?
Ending one of the longest, costliest and most bitterly partisan congressional investigations in history, the House Select Committee on Benghazi issued its final report on Tuesday, finding no new evidence of culpability or wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton in the 2012 attacks in Libya that left four Americans dead.
So, honestly, fuck Trey Gowdy and the pony he rode in on.
Let’s combine some international intrigue with a very popular parlor game.
See. I only needed five degrees.
Butina has been charged with two counts: conspiracy, and acting as an agent of a foreign government without informing the attorney general. On Wednesday, she pleaded not guilty to both.
Now, this is not part of the Mueller investigation. The FBI’s Washington Field Office investigated Butina, and she’s being prosecuted by the DC US Attorney’s Office. For whatever reason, this probe was not put under Mueller’s purview.
But the exact nature, and breadth, of what is being investigated related to Butina remains vague — making it unclear exactly how much legal jeopardy the NRA or the Trump camp is now in.
If the NRA really was bamboozled by a Russian spy, the group could be a victim in all this. Yet there are a series of McClatchy reports, dating back to January, asserting the FBI is investigating the NRA’s finances — and specifically whether Torshin “illegally funneled money” to the group “to help Donald Trump win the presidency.”
The NRA is not legally obligated to publicly reveal its donors, and does not do so. It spent tens of millions of dollars on the 2016 elections to try to get Trump elected. An aide to Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), who’s been investigating the matter, told McClatchy that the NRA had dodged his questions about whether it accepted money from shell companies that could have been routed from Russians. (Butina and Erickson set up a shell company, Bridge LLC, together.)
As for Trump’s associates — the government filings about Butina are conspicuously light on references to her outreach to Trump’s team, even though this outreach has been widely reported in the media.
However, in May, a Spanish organized crime prosecutor said that his government had given wiretaps of some of Alexander Torshin’s conversations to the FBI “just a few months ago.” He added, “Mr. Trump’s son should be concerned.”
For now, though, only Butina has been charged. A DC judge ordered Wednesday that she be jailed without bond until her trial.
Let’s carry this a little further.
See! Only needed three degrees there.
The weekly roundup of babyman atrocities.
When the history of Donald Trump’s presidency is ultimately written, July 16, 2018, will have a special entry. On a day when the setting called for a show of strength and resolve from an American president, Trump instead offered deference, defensiveness, equivocation and weakness.
If anyone can recall a performance by a U.S. president that rivaled the one seen around the world Monday, let them come forward. In the meantime, Trump’s extraordinary joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin will stand on its own, for sheer shock value and for the reality of an opportunity lost.
Here was a president turning his back on the collective work of U.S. intelligence agencies, looking the other way at indictments returned last week by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III against 12 Russian military intelligence officers who sought to undermine American democracy during the 2016 election, and falling back as he so often has on attacks against Hillary Clinton, criticism of Democrats and boasts about the size of his electoral college victory.
In reality, he did more than turn his back on the evidence of Russian attacks on the U.S. electoral process. He all but rejected it. In an attempt to say both sides have their views of what happened during the last presidential election, he proffered that his own view is that he can’t bring himself to accept that the Russians did it. “I don’t see any reason why [Russia would interfere],” he said.
The president of the United States just sold out the American intelligence community to the Russians. I’d say even the stupidest Trumpophile can understand that, but babyman’s supporters are fucking morons and really think attacks on the person who lost the past presidential election are proof of their dear leaders wisdom.
Oh, and Trey Gowdy (the jerkoff who ran the Bengazhi hearings) and all you GOP dipshits who gave the FBI guy a hard time in last week’s Republican led kangaroo court. Go fuck yourselves. You are tools of the Kremlin and you have done more damage to this country than any “radical liberal” you wagged your forked tongues at. There is nothing you can say that should merit anything more than garbage being thrown in your faces.
It’s now more than obvious that Putin has something on the cheating craven Cheeto. Most likely film of him on a bed smiling with his mouth open while hookers shower him with their essence.
For those of us still in the real world, gathering information to determine if Spanky and his gang of enablers are Putin’s ponies bent on undermining the United States and the rest of the Western world is an investigation. Attacking a member of the team who is conducting the investigation is a witch hunt.
The congressional GOP is running with the ponies.
Let’s make sure the right terms are applied to the right circumstances.