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  • #16
    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
    I think Mueller should be allowed to continue because I suspect, the investigation will lead him inside some of the 17 so called intelligence agencies. I think some in those Departments are Obama sympathizer hold overs and have the perfect 'cover' of 'secret operations'. And, I think they network with one another and still don't get important calls correct. Too many mistakes for their budget, or are they purposely supporting different agendas from the Administration. I am very suspect based on the screw ups they have made over the years. In addition, none of the past Directors impress me at all. They think they are the 'untouchables'. JMO.
    The investigation has led to charges against four people thus far (and counting).

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    • #17
      Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
      I think Mueller should be allowed to continue because I suspect, the investigation will lead him inside some of the 17 so called intelligence agencies. I think some in those Departments are Obama sympathizer hold overs and have the perfect 'cover' of 'secret operations'. And, I think they network with one another and still don't get important calls correct. Too many mistakes for their budget, or are they purposely supporting different agendas from the Administration. I am very suspect based on the screw ups they have made over the years. In addition, none of the past Directors impress me at all. They think they are the 'untouchables'. JMO.
      Which people?
      What are the charges?
      If the four "charged", none of them have been charged with anything related to "collusion with Russia".
      Flynn, Pappadopolous (sp?) and Manafort have only been charged with lying to the FBI ... and nothing related to Trump and/or Russia.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
        It is rumored on the hill that Trump will fire Mueller on or about Dec. 22nd, while Congress is in recess, leading to an impeachment proceeding when they return.
        The "skinny" on the web is, if Trump fires Mueller, liberals will "take to the streets".
        If Trump is impeached, "the right" or "the GOP", will "take to the streets"! (why not "conservatives"?)

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
          IMHO, the investigation should be ended or, the least that should be done, fire most if not all of the "investigators" currently on the case and build an unbiased team that will actually get somewhere with the investigation and stop wasting taxpayers money.
          It's about more than just bias and favor.
          It's more about obstruction of justice and destroying evidence.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
            I think Mueller should be allowed to continue because I suspect, the investigation will lead him inside some of the 17 so called intelligence agencies. I think some in those Departments are Obama sympathizer hold overs and have the perfect 'cover' of 'secret operations'. And, I think they network with one another and still don't get important calls correct. Too many mistakes for their budget, or are they purposely supporting different agendas from the Administration. I am very suspect based on the screw ups they have made over the years. In addition, none of the past Directors impress me at all. They think they are the 'untouchables'. JMO.
            Papadopoulos is described as a "proactive cooperator," which means he wore a wire.
            Stay tuned.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
              IMHO, the investigation should be ended or, the least that should be done, fire most if not all of the "investigators" currently on the case and build an unbiased team that will actually get somewhere with the investigation and stop wasting taxpayers money.
              If there is proof of this, they should be dismissed and prosecuted.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
                It is rumored on the hill that Trump will fire Mueller on or about Dec. 22nd, while Congress is in recess, leading to an impeachment proceeding when they return.
                Trump's support from the GOP is eroding daily.
                Firing Mueller would be costly to Trump in terms of GOP support.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
                  IMHO, the investigation should be ended or, the least that should be done, fire most if not all of the "investigators" currently on the case and build an unbiased team that will actually get somewhere with the investigation and stop wasting taxpayers money.
                  Strozk should never be allowed to be anywhere near H.R. in the FBI. He should be fired.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
                    It is rumored on the hill that Trump will fire Mueller on or about Dec. 22nd, while Congress is in recess, leading to an impeachment proceeding when they return.
                    'Mad Dog' asked on Facebook a week or so ago, IF there was a coup would you support him ??

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
                      IMHO, the investigation should be ended or, the least that should be done, fire most if not all of the "investigators" currently on the case and build an unbiased team that will actually get somewhere with the investigation and stop wasting taxpayers money.
                      Jimbo - In an adversarial proceeding like a criminal prosecution, an overzealous prosecutor is not necessarily a bad thing. An overzealous defense counsel is probably just as common. JMO.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
                        It is rumored on the hill that Trump will fire Mueller on or about Dec. 22nd, while Congress is in recess, leading to an impeachment proceeding when they return.
                        I do not understand that question. Please explain.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
                          I think Mueller should be allowed to continue because I suspect, the investigation will lead him inside some of the 17 so called intelligence agencies. I think some in those Departments are Obama sympathizer hold overs and have the perfect 'cover' of 'secret operations'. And, I think they network with one another and still don't get important calls correct. Too many mistakes for their budget, or are they purposely supporting different agendas from the Administration. I am very suspect based on the screw ups they have made over the years. In addition, none of the past Directors impress me at all. They think they are the 'untouchables'. JMO.
                          Well, I've been "tuned in" since all this began.
                          Every time I "tune in" for the next big revelation, it's never about Trump and it's never about "Russian collusion".
                          It always seems to be more HRC male bovine feces and the underhanded dealings of the Clinton's and the DNC.

                          As eager as the "lame stream media" and liberals are to dethrone Trump and as hard as they have dug into Trumps activities, do you honestly think if there was ANYTHING of any substance that it wouldn't have already been shouted from the mountaintops?

                          Is Trump "squeaky" clean? I doubt it! But compared to the Clinton's and Obama's....? Trump has been under the scrutiny of the public eye for decades. I honestly believe that there is nothing "impeachable" out there...except in liberal minds.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
                            It is rumored on the hill that Trump will fire Mueller on or about Dec. 22nd, while Congress is in recess, leading to an impeachment proceeding when they return.
                            "... Trump's support from the GOP is eroding daily.
                            Firing Mueller would be costly to Trump in terms of GOP support. ..."

                            If you really believe this, then you really don't understand Trump's "base".

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
                              It is rumored on the hill that Trump will fire Mueller on or about Dec. 22nd, while Congress is in recess, leading to an impeachment proceeding when they return.
                              I take that back 99.
                              You're right.
                              Trump may be losing "GOP" support, but the "GOP" is not Trump's base.
                              It's the RINO's that are abandoning Trump.
                              We (I support Trump...for the most part!) don't need RINO's!
                              We want (need?) Cruz, Gowdy, Lankford, Gohmert "Conservatives".

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
                                IMHO, the investigation should be ended or, the least that should be done, fire most if not all of the "investigators" currently on the case and build an unbiased team that will actually get somewhere with the investigation and stop wasting taxpayers money.
                                Overzealous is one thing.
                                Overzealous to the point of using questionable means and methods quite another.

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