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FBI raids Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's office, seizes Stormy Daniels documents, bank records

You know, lil Bill was not impeached for having sex with Lowenski, but for lying about it.

I've always said that this Russia thing was nothing - he's going to be given the opportunity to go before a grand jury and be questioned about being spanked by a hooker, where he will be given the opportunity to set himself up for impeachment.

With that out of the way - I'm not sure Pence is much better. Kind of like the Indiana Taliban.
 
FBI raids Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's office, seizes Stormy Daniels documents, bank records

You know, lil Bill was not impeached for having sex with Lowenski, but for lying about it.

Jason Chaffetz

In yet another example of the double standard:

The Hillary Clinton email probe started because the Inspector General found classified material in a non-classified setting. It was housed at HRC's attorney's office. The Inspector General referred it to the DOJ for potential criminal prosecution, etc. Did the FBI raid the office? Did the FBI immediately seize it? NOPE. They gave some of the attorneys immunity and let it sit in the non-classified setting for some time. Nobody was charged. Nothing happened to anyone.

BTW, some of the material was so highly classified as the Chairman of the Oversight Committee, I was prohibited from seeing it, the classification was that sensitive.
 
I've always said that this Russia thing was nothing - he's going to be given the opportunity to go before a grand jury and be questioned about being spanked by a hooker, where he will be given the opportunity to set himself up for impeachment.

With that out of the way - I'm not sure Pence is much better. Kind of like the Indiana Taliban.

Let's not get ahead of ourselves here no matter how much we might wish a particular outcome. Right now we have a Republican-controlled House and Senate in Washington. The leaders of the 2 houses have made it clear that they will not stand up against the Republican President for any reason--even treason. They have chosen to put party ahead of country. So be it. A day of reckoning will arrive.

That being said, the hoops that the FBI had to jump through in order to even get permission to conduct the raid on Cohen's home, apartment, and hotel room indicates that someone (probably Mueller and his team) discovered evidence of criminal activity that was outside the scope of the Russia investigation, but needed to be addressed. Passing this information and responsibility for follow-up from Mueller's team to the Southern District (of New York) courts and FBI is fully within the scope of Mueller's investigation. I suspect it is something that Mueller saw as so serious that it would derail the Russia investigation. He could have easily gotten permission to expand the scope of his investigation. The original charter for his investigation specifically stated that ANY criminal activity discovered could be dealt with by expanding the scope of Mueller's investigation to include it. Mueller chose not to do that. Probably because he has no interest to die in office some day as the investigation continues to expand to include various wrongdoings that continue to emerge. :rolleyes:

Back to the House and Senate. Both houses have shown that they are too spineless to act on their own. Should the investigation turn up evidence that they can no longer ignore, there is a slight possibility that the House might act to impeach Trump. However, I do not think that the Senate will vote to remove Trump from office.

If by some stroke of fate the Democrats gain control of both houses in the mid-term elections (highly doubtful) then Katie bar the door. Impeachment and removal from office require only a majority vote. If the evidence is sufficient then I think one of the most honorable men ever to serve in the U.S. Senate, Sen. John McCain, along with a few other Republicans, will also vote to remove.

But, as I said in the first paragraph, let's take it one step at a time. Donald Trump is still President of the United States and barring a really stunning turn of events will remain so until at least the 2020 elections.
 
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Let's not get ahead of ourselves here no matter how much we might wish a particular outcome. Right now we have a Republican-controlled House and Senate in Washington. The leaders of the 2 houses have made it clear that they will not stand up against the Republican President for any reason--even treason. They have chosen to put party ahead of country. So be it. A day of reckoning will arrive.

That being said, the hoops that the FBI had to jump through in order to even get permission to conduct the raid on Cohen's home, apartment, and hotel room indicates that someone (probably Mueller and his team) discovered evidence of criminal activity that was outside the scope of the Russia investigation, but needed to be addressed. Passing this information and responsibility for follow-up from Mueller's team to the Southern District (of New York) courts and FBI is fully within the scope of Mueller's investigation. I suspect it is something that Mueller saw as so serious that it would derail the Russia investigation. He could have easily gotten permission to expand the scope of his investigation. The original charter for his investigation specifically stated that ANY criminal activity discovered could be dealt with by expanding the scope of Mueller's investigation to include it. Mueller chose not to do that. Probably because he has no interest to die in office some day as the investigation continues to expand to include various wrongdoings that continue to emerge. :rolleyes:

Back to the House and Senate. Both houses have shown that they are too spineless to act on their own. Should the investigation turn up evidence that they can no longer ignore, there is a slight possibility that the House might act to impeach Trump. However, I do not think that the Senate will vote to remove Trump from office.

If by some stroke of fate the Democrats gain control of both houses in the mid-term elections (highly doubtful) then Katie bar the door. Impeachment and removal from office require only a majority vote. If the evidence is sufficient then I think one of the most honorable men ever to serve in the U.S. Senate, Sen. John McCain, along with a few other Republicans, will also vote to remove.

But, as I said in the first paragraph, let's take it one step at a time. Donald Trump is still President of the United State and barring a really stunning turn of events will remain so until at least the 2020 elections.

Can you back up this claim with a link?

The leaders of the 2 houses have made it clear that they will not stand up against the Republican President for any reason--even treason.
 
No I’d say not, it’s just an opinion and a reach, sort of like comparing a sitting potus lying about banging an intern in the Oval Office to a business man allegedly lying about banging a porn star years before he considered beating Ol Hill to become potus.Hey though libs keep reaching and hunting ghosts it’s entertaining.
 
No I’d say not, it’s just an opinion and a reach, sort of like comparing a sitting potus lying about banging an intern in the Oval Office to a business man allegedly lying about banging a porn star years before he considered beating Ol Hill to become potus.Hey though libs keep reaching and hunting ghosts it’s entertaining.
I'm only saying that it doesn't matter about Russia or Mueller or anything else....the dear leader may find himself in front of a grand jury where he can either tell the truth about a blow job or spanking or golden showers, or he can commit perjury like you-know-who.
 
Most of what you referenced there was in the dossier which has pretty much seems to be a work of fiction,keep working at it you might stumble across something, if you don’t hang Obama in the process not to mention our favorite sore loser
 
Jason Chaffetz

In yet another example of the double standard:

The Hillary Clinton email probe started because the Inspector General found classified material in a non-classified setting. It was housed at HRC's attorney's office. The Inspector General referred it to the DOJ for potential criminal prosecution, etc. Did the FBI raid the office? Did the FBI immediately seize it? NOPE. They gave some of the attorneys immunity and let it sit in the non-classified setting for some time. Nobody was charged. Nothing happened to anyone.

BTW, some of the material was so highly classified as the Chairman of the Oversight Committee, I was prohibited from seeing it, the classification was that sensitive.
Ah yes,
The 'two wrongs make a right' defense....:D
How will that work out?
:eek:
 
Anybody happen to see the interview with Carl Bernstein of Watergate fame. He said that he is sure that Trump is "presiding over a massive cover-up of some sort" and is desperate to keep secret certain facts about his business dealings. As they say in the criminal investigation world...FOLLOW THE MONEY.

Here's a link...I know it's not FAUX News, but let's pretend that FAUX News is not the only possessor of revealed truth.

https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2018/04/12/carl-bernstein-trump-cover-up-sot-lemon.cnn
 
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Most of what you referenced there was in the dossier which has pretty much seems to be a work of fiction,keep working at it you might stumble across something, if you don’t hang Obama in the process not to mention our favorite sore loser
Not sure what golden showers and spanking has to do with Obama, but with our kink in chief, who knows. But you're right...the golden showers was from a dossier. The spanking though is from a woman who was paid to stay quiet. I wonder if he wore diapers when he was spanked....you've been a VERY bad boy. n
 
According to what Stormy said on the 60 Minutes interview, no he did not wear a diaper. He dropped his pants, but kept his underwear on. She then spanked him with a copy of Forbes (I'm sure they'll note that in the company history as a red-letter day) which had a picture of Dear Leader, his daughter and one other (can't remember if it was a son or son-in-law) on the cover.
 

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