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The Mighty Flynn

Lockport, IL

#1 Dec 1, 2017
What song will he sing and who will be going down? Very interesting day. All roads lead to Trumps downfall. It's just a matter of time before he's impeached.
The Mighty Al Green

Lockport, IL

#2 Dec 1, 2017
Al Green, the singer turned Congressman said he will not rest until Trump is impeached! You go, Al!

http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/down-bigot-ch...
SMFT

New Lenox, IL

#3 Dec 1, 2017
Well there is no longer any doubt why Trump was adamant to have the Flynn investigation dropped. He attempted to influence Comey to stop the investigation and when that did not worked he fired him. He also lobbied numerous members of Congress to stop investigating Flynn as well. Flynn has evidence against at least Kushner. Quite possibly Don Jr and perhaps even Trump. It is no longer a witch hunt. Guys with Flynns resume do not plead guilty in a nothing investigation. If Kushner and Don Jr are next, Trump will resign within the next 6 months. I would not be surprised if that kind of deal is not being worked on as we speak. I honestly do not see any good outcomes for Trump in this deal.
The Mighty Al Green

Lockport, IL

#4 Dec 1, 2017
Trump is toast.
SMFT

New Lenox, IL

#5 Dec 1, 2017
Interested in any opinions from Uni, Neighbor, Dennyk(if he can post anything without pointing to the Clintons), Subprime Lender. For me, I will say that I as a conservative have always thought Trump was way over his head. And to bring in his family as top advisors, just a huge mistake. We can no longer write off everything attributed to Trump as being just because he was a political novice. The constant twitter garbage, the constant strain of the white house press spokespeople to need to explain away Trumps action or words has grown old. I have always thought, he was possibly one of the worst thing to happen to the republican party in many years. And now I think that is coming to full fruition. I make no apologies for despising Trump from the beginning. And I know that may make me biased. But it is time to move on from this failed chapter and save what we can. You think different, please inform me how this can come out well for conservatives. I just do not see how this works out.
Sharky

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Dec 2, 2017
SMFT wrote:
Interested in any opinions from Uni, Neighbor, Dennyk(if he can post anything without pointing to the Clintons), Subprime Lender. For me, I will say that I as a conservative have always thought Trump was way over his head. And to bring in his family as top advisors, just a huge mistake. We can no longer write off everything attributed to Trump as being just because he was a political novice. The constant twitter garbage, the constant strain of the white house press spokespeople to need to explain away Trumps action or words has grown old. I have always thought, he was possibly one of the worst thing to happen to the republican party in many years. And now I think that is coming to full fruition. I make no apologies for despising Trump from the beginning. And I know that may make me biased. But it is time to move on from this failed chapter and save what we can. You think different, please inform me how this can come out well for conservatives. I just do not see how this works out.
I think putin forced him to run. trump had to know he couldn't hold up under the White Light scrutiny of the presidency. It's about the Ukranian sanctions, first imposed by Obama. Obama blocked a $500 Billion oil deal between Exxon and putin, hence the appointment of tillerson. trumps only mission was to remove the sanctions, he failed. Congress in a rare bipartisan move increased sanctions 3 months ago, trump has refused to sign it.

Why?

tillerson has hallowed out the State Department and just closed the entire office overseeing the Russian sanctions.

Why?

putin has Kompramat on trump (compromising info. Pee Pee tapes?)

the plot thickens
Yaron Brooks

Lockport, IL

#7 Dec 2, 2017
Sharky wrote:
<quoted text>

I think putin forced him to run. trump had to know he couldn't hold up under the White Light scrutiny of the presidency. It's about the Ukranian sanctions, first imposed by Obama. Obama blocked a $500 Billion oil deal between Exxon and putin, hence the appointment of tillerson. trumps only mission was to remove the sanctions, he failed. Congress in a rare bipartisan move increased sanctions 3 months ago, trump has refused to sign it.

Why?

tillerson has hallowed out the State Department and just closed the entire office overseeing the Russian sanctions.

Why?

putin has Kompramat on trump (compromising info. Pee Pee tapes?)

the plot thickens
He plead to a a process crime and the best part is ABC news had to issue a correction. This is more of a nothing burger.
Sharky

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Dec 2, 2017
Yaron Brooks wrote:
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He plead to a a process crime and the best part is ABC news had to issue a correction. This is more of a nothing burger.
the only Nothing burger around here is your confidence. Flynn pleaded guilty to a felony, he's trading up. Robert Mueller had assembled an absolutely lethal team. Career prosecutors. Those who left the private sector took a huge pay cut to work with Mueller.
They wouldn't do that for a "nothing burger".
And he's not done.

you forgot to address the 2 points of my post.
Sharky

Brooklyn, NY

#9 Dec 2, 2017
It's funny to me how conservative trolls try to downplay what Flynn pleaded to. Flynn pleaded guilty to Title 18 Section 1001: Statements and entries generally, violation of which is a felony with a maximum of up to five years in prison. Flynn took that deal rather than risk going to trial to face other charges that Mueller was prepared to bring. People don't usually agree to five years in prison lightly, and usually plea deals come with about a 5 or 6 to one ratio, meaning Mueller already has enough evidence in hand to convince Flynn that he would likely face 25 to 30 years in Federal prison if he took his chances at trial.
From 2 Star General to convicted felon

sad
MPMMB

Lockport, IL

#10 Dec 2, 2017
Sharky wrote:
It's funny to me how conservative trolls try to downplay what Flynn pleaded to. Flynn pleaded guilty to Title 18 Section 1001: Statements and entries generally, violation of which is a felony with a maximum of up to five years in prison. Flynn took that deal rather than risk going to trial to face other charges that Mueller was prepared to bring. People don't usually agree to five years in prison lightly, and usually plea deals come with about a 5 or 6 to one ratio, meaning Mueller already has enough evidence in hand to convince Flynn that he would likely face 25 to 30 years in Federal prison if he took his chances at trial.
From 2 Star General to convicted felon

sad
That’s what t-RUMP does to people...uses whoever he can, then throws them away. Flynn should of known better, but at least he gets to stick it to the orange turd now. Gotta love Karma!
Dirty

Lockport, IL

#11 Dec 2, 2017
Yeah karma is a bit*h. The fact that Flynn was in with the Russians trying to influence the election is going to lead to trump being impeached. I love it! They got him!
Yaron Brooks

Lockport, IL

#12 Dec 2, 2017
Sharky wrote:
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the only Nothing burger around here is your confidence. Flynn pleaded guilty to a felony, he's trading up. Robert Mueller had assembled an absolutely lethal team. Career prosecutors. Those who left the private sector took a huge pay cut to work with Mueller.
They wouldn't do that for a "nothing burger".
And he's not done.

you forgot to address the 2 points of my post.
Again, grasping at straws, he pleaded guilty to lying, nothing more nothing less. Flynn made the contact during the TRANSITION period. That's key, because it dispels the notion of collusion.

Not only that, Obama gave the Trump transition team all of the information of the Russians. Flynn most likely went rouge and if your short memory can remember was canned for lying to Mike Pence. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworl...

Muller is a hack who's covering his butt over the Uranium One deal. You know it.
Yaron Brooks

Lockport, IL

#13 Dec 2, 2017
Sharky wrote:
It's funny to me how conservative trolls try to downplay what Flynn pleaded to. Flynn pleaded guilty to Title 18 Section 1001: Statements and entries generally, violation of which is a felony with a maximum of up to five years in prison. Flynn took that deal rather than risk going to trial to face other charges that Mueller was prepared to bring. People don't usually agree to five years in prison lightly, and usually plea deals come with about a 5 or 6 to one ratio, meaning Mueller already has enough evidence in hand to convince Flynn that he would likely face 25 to 30 years in Federal prison if he took his chances at trial.
From 2 Star General to convicted felon

sad
WRONG, http://www.nationalreview.com/article/454293/...
Eat Me

Lockport, IL

#14 Dec 2, 2017
SMFT

New Lenox, IL

#15 Dec 2, 2017
Yaron Brooks wrote:
And what exactly does an op ed piece in a conservative magazine prove or disprove. That authors opinion means nothing more than yours or mine. He works aka makes a living working for a conservative magazine. What did you think he would put forth. When you seek out the answers you want in publications or news sources that you know will agree with you, you have limited yourself to get the kind of responses you want to hear. Utterly worthless
SMFT

New Lenox, IL

#16 Dec 2, 2017
Yaron Brooks wrote:
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Again, grasping at straws, he pleaded guilty to lying, nothing more nothing less. Flynn made the contact during the TRANSITION period. That's key, because it dispels the notion of collusion.

Not only that, Obama gave the Trump transition team all of the information of the Russians. Flynn most likely went rouge and if your short memory can remember was canned for lying to Mike Pence. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworl...

Muller is a hack who's covering his butt over the Uranium One deal. You know it.
I guess you do not understand what a plea agreement is. What Mueller plead guilty to is not what matters. Its the information and level of cooperation that he has to offer the prosecution in order to get that plea deal. That is what the key factor is. I will bet you one person who is not thinking this is a nothing burger. Jared Kushner. As for Flynn going rogue, doubtful if he was bothering to call people like Kushner a right hand man to Trump. Flynn was seeking to please his bosses and seek favor with them, for a high level job. He wanted to show that he was a good soldier and could do what the administration wanted. But you will have to wait and see that for yourself. It wont take long.
Jesus the Christ

Lockport, IL

#17 Dec 2, 2017
Why in GOD's name would anyone ever run for an office? I may be wrong but I think Mueller is a, "Show me the man and I'll show you the crimes he committed" type of guy.
They're going to eat Jared alive.
SMFT

New Lenox, IL

#18 Dec 2, 2017
And Trump is not helping himself with his twitter stupidity either. Admitting himself that he had to fire Flynn because he lied to the FBI. If he knew that Flynn lied to the FBI and then went to James Comey and asked him to stop that case against Flynn, then Trump may be in serious trouble himself. As I stated he is in way over his head, and is too stubborn or stupid or both to just shut the hell up and let his lawyers handle the matter. That right there, tells me that Trump is in no way fit to lead this country. And yes I believe he was duly elected, but he is just unfit for POTUS. Again I will say, Trump will be looking for his exit plan soon. I will say prior to July 4th.

I have no way of knowing what Kushner said in his interviews with the FBI, but it had better been the whole truth. They do not ask questions they do not already know the answers to. I think he probably was way too confident and cocky and will be going down the sink hole as well. Donald Jr he may be a goner as well, that will be revealed in short order as well.
MPMMB

Lockport, IL

#19 Dec 2, 2017
Yaron Brooks wrote:
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Again, grasping at straws, he pleaded guilty to lying, nothing more nothing less. Flynn made the contact during the TRANSITION period. That's key, because it dispels the notion of collusion.

Not only that, Obama gave the Trump transition team all of the information of the Russians. Flynn most likely went rouge and if your short memory can remember was canned for lying to Mike Pence. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworl...

Muller is a hack who's covering his butt over the Uranium One deal. You know it.
Except that Flynn DIDN’T go “rogue” & admitted that contact with Russia was a direct order from the top.
Makeup

Lockport, IL

#20 Dec 2, 2017
Maybe Flynn really did go rouge? Some guys like that sort of thing.

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