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  1. EVERYONE deserves a say. I just find it rather hilarious how a couple of these dummies try and say they're ignoring all our posts, yet they respond to nearly everyone.
  2. Pittsburgh police ordered to bring riot gear in case Trump fires Mueller (CNN) — Pittsburgh police ordered its detectives to bring riot gear to work Thursday in anticipation of protests should President Donald Trump fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Police Cmdr. Victor Joseph reportedly sent an email Wednesday, instructing Major Crimes detectives to bring full uniforms and riot gear to work "until further notice." In the internal memo obtained by local media, Joseph said "there is a belief" Mueller may be fired, and "large-scale" protests are expected in the central business district within 24 hours if it happens. "The protest would be semi-spontaneous and more than likely happen on short notice," the memo said. "Based on this information, beginning tomorrow, April 19, 2018, all Major Crimes detectives are required to bring a full uniform and any issued protective equipment (riot gear) with them to work until further notice." Mueller is investigating Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential electionand possible collusion with the Trump campaign. The President has described the allegations as a hoax created by Democrats after their loss in the election. Preparation is a precaution Pittsburgh police declined to comment further. CNN has not independently obtained a copy of the memo. In a statement, Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich said the city's police officials evaluate and prepare for such situations as a precaution. "We receive information regularly about potential events and/or threats, assess the credibility of the information and plan for a potential event," Hissrich said. "In this case, we have not assessed the credibility of the potential for disturbances, and we do not have any knowledge of the President's decision-making process." A group has called for a "Nobody is Above the Law" rally in Pittsburgh if Mueller gets fired, but it's unclear whether the police response is based on that. "We are getting ready in Pittsburgh to respond quickly and forcefully to a clear obstruction of justice," the group says online. It says simultaneous emergency rallies are planned nationwide. Trump: 'They're still here' Trump on Wednesday downplayed speculation that he's planning to fire Mueller or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who is overseeing the investigation. "They've been saying I'm going to get rid of them for the last three months, four months, five months and they're still here," the President told reporters. Speculation on Mueller's fate grew after the FBI raided the house, office and hotel room of Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, last week. Since then, the President has openly mulled whether to fire Mueller and repeated his attack on the special counsel's investigation as a "witch hunt." Trump is also considering axing Rosenstein as a way to limit Mueller's investigation, multiple people familiar with the discussions told CNN. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters last week that Trump believes he has the power to fire Mueller. Rosenstein, the Justice Department's No. 2 official, inherited the oversight of the special counsel's probe into Russia and any potential links it had with Trump campaign associates. His boss, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, recused himself from investigating matters related to the presidential campaign. CNN's Dave Alsup contributed to this report.
  3. IT'S MUELLER TIME!!!

    Pittsburgh police ordered to bring riot gear in case Trump fires Mueller (CNN) — Pittsburgh police ordered its detectives to bring riot gear to work Thursday in anticipation of protests should President Donald Trump fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Police Cmdr. Victor Joseph reportedly sent an email Wednesday, instructing Major Crimes detectives to bring full uniforms and riot gear to work "until further notice." In the internal memo obtained by local media, Joseph said "there is a belief" Mueller may be fired, and "large-scale" protests are expected in the central business district within 24 hours if it happens. "The protest would be semi-spontaneous and more than likely happen on short notice," the memo said. "Based on this information, beginning tomorrow, April 19, 2018, all Major Crimes detectives are required to bring a full uniform and any issued protective equipment (riot gear) with them to work until further notice." Mueller is investigating Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential electionand possible collusion with the Trump campaign. The President has described the allegations as a hoax created by Democrats after their loss in the election. Preparation is a precaution Pittsburgh police declined to comment further. CNN has not independently obtained a copy of the memo. In a statement, Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich said the city's police officials evaluate and prepare for such situations as a precaution. "We receive information regularly about potential events and/or threats, assess the credibility of the information and plan for a potential event," Hissrich said. "In this case, we have not assessed the credibility of the potential for disturbances, and we do not have any knowledge of the President's decision-making process." A group has called for a "Nobody is Above the Law" rally in Pittsburgh if Mueller gets fired, but it's unclear whether the police response is based on that. "We are getting ready in Pittsburgh to respond quickly and forcefully to a clear obstruction of justice," the group says online. It says simultaneous emergency rallies are planned nationwide. Trump: 'They're still here' Trump on Wednesday downplayed speculation that he's planning to fire Mueller or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who is overseeing the investigation. "They've been saying I'm going to get rid of them for the last three months, four months, five months and they're still here," the President told reporters. Speculation on Mueller's fate grew after the FBI raided the house, office and hotel room of Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, last week. Since then, the President has openly mulled whether to fire Mueller and repeated his attack on the special counsel's investigation as a "witch hunt." Trump is also considering axing Rosenstein as a way to limit Mueller's investigation, multiple people familiar with the discussions told CNN. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters last week that Trump believes he has the power to fire Mueller. Rosenstein, the Justice Department's No. 2 official, inherited the oversight of the special counsel's probe into Russia and any potential links it had with Trump campaign associates. His boss, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, recused himself from investigating matters related to the presidential campaign. CNN's Dave Alsup contributed to this report.
  4. What I do KNOW is YOU and the majority of the other idiots that post here did. YOU and they are far worse than the Dingleberry pictured in the OP. She expressed a vile, untrue belief. You ALL on the other hand voted for one. You're no better than she.
  5. That's the way Humpty Trumpty supporters here operate. Just like Trumpty and his fixer. The ONLY thing they can do is belittle those that are on to their hateful racist ways and call them out on it. You see Ray and Cheffie here TRYING to claim some High Moral ground.........while defending the indefensible. It's ALL they can do......but its to be expected from those so lacking in real morals. Oh....they'll scream about their Christianity and try their best to use it as some sort of shield, all the time exhibiting the exact opposite of what you'll find in True Christians. Their hypocrisy is only out-shined by Donnie DumbFuck.
  6. I'd say she's pretty nuts. She's not like anyone I know or associate with, and they're all liberals. If I had voted for her for POTUS, You'd have every reason imaginable to say she was like me and other liberals out there. But that's not the case.......
  7. Nor Trump...... Why? Because he’s guilty as sin. There’s info coming out about his Fixer, Cohen is involved with the mob. Why do we not find that all that surprising.
  8. And this motherfucker has the gall to call others racist.
  9. The above applies to the fools he originally brought in. He finally has realized the criminal charges he and his fixer could be in and was able to talk a very respected New York law firm into representing him. I just wonder if he realizes that the attorneys in said firm had been amongst the 180 lawyers that sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein imploring him to assign a Special Council to investigate his firing of James Comey. Go figure......
  10. His problem is his attorney's are as morally corrupt as he.
  11. Sounds like Donnie DumbFuck more......I cannot believe how you missed that. Just shows how you cultists read things as you want them, NOT as they are in reality.
  12. The woman has obvious issues! She basically lowered herself down to Trump's level. But you all LOVE IT when he says shit like this. Your righteous indignation rings pretty hollow....but so does most everything else you fools post here.
  13. The remarkable irresponsibility of Donald Trump's Stormy Daniels tweet (CNN) — On Wednesday morning, Donald Trump sent a tweet raising questions about the sketch of a man who allegedly harassed a porn star to keep her from talking about a sexual encounter with the current President of the United States aka Donald Trump. Whew. Go back and read that sentence again. Maybe read it twice more. It's yet another example of Trump's willingness to bust through not only what's considered normal and appropriate behavior for a president but also what's considered normal and appropriate behavior for anyone. In response to a tweet from a Twitter handle known as "DeplorablyScottish" which showed side-by-side images of the sketch Stormy Daniels produced of her alleged harasser and a picture of Daniels and a man who is purportedly her ex-boyfriend, Trump tweeted this: "A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. A total con job, playing the Fake News Media for Fools (but they know it)!" So. The President of the United States is alleging that Daniels -- who has said she and Trump were intimate in the mid 2000s -- is making up her story that she was approached by a man in 2011 who threatened her and her young daughter if she continued to talk about her time with Trump. Here's the thing: There's no doubt that Daniels' unveiling of the sketch, which she and her ever-present lawyer Michael Avenatti did in an appearance on "The View" Tuesday afternoon, was a publicity stunt. This is a sketch based on a 2011 encounter. While Avenatti told CNN's Jake Tapper that he has a sense of who the man is -- and that the person may be "indirectly" tied to Trump -- it seems unlikely that this sketch is what proves or disproves Daniels' broader allegations. That said! How could Trump possibly know whether or not a man harassed Daniels in 2011? Was he in the parking lot in which the alleged incident happened? If not, there is no possible way he could possess factual proof that Daniels is making up this story. Given that he lacks that proof, Trump on Twitter is simply using his massive bullhorn -- 51 million people strong -- to suggest that a woman is making up a story about being harassed. Which is remarkable. Of course, for Trump, anything and everything related to Daniels is tied up in her allegation that the two had sex in the mid 2000s -- a charge he has denied. (Worth noting: Trump attorney/fixer Michael Cohen paid Daniels $130,000 to keep her from telling the story of her alleged affair with Trump during the heat of the 2016 campaign.) But, that context shouldn't excuse what Trump is doing here. He is using his massive social media platform to discredit a woman alleging she was harassed. He is doing so entirely without proof that her allegation is false. (If Trump has proof Daniels is lying, he should come forward with it immediately.) That's the sort of behavior that in the past we would have condemned out of hand. Now, and with the President of the United States doing it, people accept it as a matter of course. They -- and we -- shouldn't.
  14. IT'S MUELLER TIME!!!

    NOT from the WaPo or NYT....this time from TRUMP CENTRAL in Kansas City. It seems NOT everyone out there is as brainwashed as the majority of the morons that post here. Will Missouri and Kansas senators protect Robert Mueller from President Trump? By The Kansas City Star Editorial Board Republican Sens. Roy Blunt, Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts File photos If there ever was a moment when we should demand that our Republican senators from Missouri and Kansas step up, this is it. With President Donald Trump rattling his saber about the possibility that he may soon fire special counsel Robert Mueller or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the country appears on the brink of a constitutional crisis that could lead to impeachment. Once again, the phrase “obstruction of justice” hangs in the air, and memories of Richard Nixon’s “Saturday Night massacre” have resurfaced. This is a defining moment for the nation and for Trump’s presidency, which already has had plenty of them. Few of our nation’s leaders question the grave nature of what could occur in Washington any day now. Our GOP senators acknowledge that Mueller, whose probe now appears to extend far beyond its initial focus of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, should continue his investigation. But many of their statements lack urgency and the forceful rhetroric so important at a time like this. South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, for one, has said that firing Mueller would mark “the beginning of the end of (Trump’s) presidency.” Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley said such a move would be “suicide” for Trump. Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch tweeted that anyone advising the president to fire Mueller “does not have the president’s or the nation’s best interest at heart.” But comments like that are too rare among Republicans and are a far cry from what we’re hearing here in Missouri and Kansas. At a time when a bright red line must be drawn, our senators are painting in pastels. Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts: “The independent counsel must be allowed to finish his work.” In a statement, Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran called Mueller “well-respected and known to be a person of integrity” whose work “to this point should give the American people confidence in his process.” “Given the clear evidence of Russian interference in our elections, I have long supported a special counsel investigation,” Moran continued. “The distractions should stop, permitting the special counsel to do his job unimpeded and make certain we prevent future interference by Russia.” Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt said in a January radio interview that switching investigators at this point “wouldn’t solve the problem.” Mueller, he added, has made some errors, but “it would be a mistake for the president to do anything other than to let him complete that investigation.” Firing Mueller “would be a big mistake.” Some on Capitol Hill have expressed interest in a resolution spelling out in clear terms what the consequences would be for the firing of either Mueller or Rosenstein. Such a move has merit and would underscore for the American people what’s at stake here. But our senators are saying nothing about that. Nor are they denouncing Trump’s attacks on the special counsel that continue to drive Mueller’s poll numbers dangerously downward. Republicans and Democrats now see his work in starkly different terms, even though this is a time when country clearly should outrank party. More than 500 former Justice Department officials who have worked in both Republican and Democratic administrations have signed a petition urging Congress to act “swiftly and forcefully” if Trump fires Mueller. This is a chance to be on the right side of history. Our senators should seize it.
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