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'slow' Saturday night massacre

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  • Democrat
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    ...Chris Matthews' on-spot term tonight upon the forceout of McCabe today and the series of elimination of key figures surrounding the Russia probe over the past weeks and months. Massacre of the FBI and Justice, and now an investigation of both of them by Congress. Not to mention Nunes' memo that supposedly skewers Mueller's credibility somehow...

    So, even if Mueller comes out with an indictment or recommendation to Congress for impeachment, the general public will question its authenticity. I'm devastated. Sick. Losing hope more and more each day.

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    planethead Wrote:

    ...Chris Matthews' on-spot term tonight upon the forceout of McCabe today and the series of elimination of key figures surrounding the Russia probe over the past weeks and months. Massacre of the FBI and Justice, and now an investigation of both of them by Congress. Not to mention Nunes' memo that supposedly skewers Mueller's credibility somehow...

    So, even if Mueller comes out with an indictment or recommendation to Congress for impeachment, the general public will question its authenticity. I'm devastated. Sick. Losing hope more and more each day.

    That is what you get if you elect a "mafia" boss to run the country; his cronies stick with him and promised "loyalty".
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    Various political analysts are also suggesting it was the WH that leaked the firing of Mueller as a test run to see what kind of political response there would be if trump were to fire Mueller s0on.

    The WH knows firing Mueller will be bad no matter what; they figure they can handle of bunch of congressmen yelling and screaming, just as long as congresses remains divided enough they can not take any action to remove him from office. The WH knows firing Mueller will cost Republicans a lot in the 2018 elections, but so what, trump will still be president by shutting down the investigation. From trumps' perspective, he does not care who loses, as long as it's not him. Screw the Republicans in 2018, he's not going allow Mueller to finish his investigation just so Republicans can stay in power after the 2018 election.

    trump's simple message Republicans: Either you handle Mueller, or I will. I will fire him, and American voters will blame Republicans, so do what you got to do to get rid of him. I don't give a fuck if republicans lose in 2018; not my problem.

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    Interesting thought about the potential WH float of the Mueller firing, didn't hear that one, but very well could be. I'm convinced that by summer both Rosenstein and Mueller will be gone.

    State of the Union tonight sickening...what the heck are the Republicans thinking??!! They are not gaining anything that I can see by sucking up to Trump...does he have something on him? And what in the world is up with Lindsay Graham??

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    planethead Wrote:

    Interesting thought about the potential WH float of the Mueller firing, didn't hear that one, but very well could be. I'm convinced that by summer both Rosenstein and Mueller will be gone.

    State of the Union tonight sickening...what the heck are the Republicans thinking??!! They are not gaining anything that I can see by sucking up to Trump...does he have something on him? And what in the world is up with Lindsay Graham??

    Yes, Republicans "thinking"? I guess Trumpism is an "religion"; once you commit to "loyalty" then you can't get out. That is the "problem". It is similar to the "sect" who committed "suicide" in Guyana they all took a "poison" pill. Thus looking at this they will hang onto the "preacher's" (Trump, Ryan, Pence) until death; its "god's will" they will say.