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  • FBI agent Strzok escorted from FBI building Friday

    The Empire strikes back?

    Washington (CNN) - FBI agent Peter Strzok was escorted from the FBI building Friday as part of the ongoing internal proceedings at the bureau on his conduct, according to a source familiar with the matter.
    https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/19/polit...zok/index.html

  • Massena
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    Where's your proof and supporting documentation?

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post
    I would suggest that you're the one who doubts Mueller's actions-so prove it. And I have provided sources for the majority of my postings on this site. Just because you don't accept or acknowledge them because they are from credible news outlets is a personal problem on your part. And you have provided less than nothing for your stance on a myriad of issues.


    I called it: you couldn't deliver. As usual.


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  • Massena
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    I would suggest that you're the one who doubts Mueller's actions-so prove it. And I have provided sources for the majority of my postings on this site. Just because you don't accept or acknowledge them because they are from credible news outlets is a personal problem on your part. And you have provided less than nothing for your stance on a myriad of issues.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post
    Yes, Mueller did remove Strzok as soon as he found out about the emails. You are, once again, wrong. And your wishful thinking on the investigation demonstrates a definite lack of judgment and a willful ignorance of what is going on.
    The world looks different when you've done a few dozen investigations. In your first year.

    Do you have a non-media link establishing your claim to a definitive timeline, or are you just manufacturing claims out of whole cloth as is your habit?

    Just to be clear: by definitive timeline, I mean one that shows when the transmissions were first acknowledged by DoJ, first communicated to Mueller, first released to the press, and when Mueller removed Strzok.

    You won't come up with a source, because that's not you.

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  • Massena
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    Yes, Mueller did remove Strzok as soon as he found out about the emails. You are, once again, wrong. And your wishful thinking on the investigation demonstrates a definite lack of judgment and a willful ignorance of what is going on.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post
    He testified in front of two Congressional committees today.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartandhp

    Mueller already has convictions and admissions of guilt. And he's not done yet. And it should be noted that when Mueller became aware of what Stzok did, he immediately removed him from the investigation.
    No convictions on the core charge, just pleas to unrelated charges. Had Mueller done his due diligence he would have known about Stzok before it hit the press. And he did not remove him immediately.

    This is the sort of thing that haunts an investigation. This is another Mark Furmann. Only in this case the defense will have the ability to argue that Mueller knew all along and chose Stzok precisely for his questionable ways. Assuming this rolling goat-roping actually gets anywhere near a courtroom, which gets more and more unlikely with each passing month.

    Most importantly, it is hitting the press while Mueller spins his wheels, bogged down in square one. So far he's got nothing but throw-away paper on foreign nationals, which looked cool when he issued them months ago, but which now provide the defense with an unimpeachable alternate theory of any potential crime.

    So far the biggest casualties of the investigation have been from Mueller's team.

    This is not how a healthy investigation proceeds.

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  • Massena
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    He testified in front of two Congressional committees today.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartandhp

    Mueller already has convictions and admissions of guilt. And he's not done yet. And it should be noted that when Mueller became aware of what Stzok did, he immediately removed him from the investigation.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by Salinator View Post
    Looks like Strzok has just been stripped of his security clearance.
    Yup. In the unlikely event that Mueller actually takes anyone to trial Strzok will haunt him.

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  • 101combatvet
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    That punk needs a jail term.

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  • Salinator
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    Looks like Strzok has just been stripped of his security clearance.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    This ought to give Mueller some stress. Strzok was one of his hand-picked investigators.

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  • wolfhnd
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    Originally posted by Arnold J Rimmer View Post

    Hillary made a lot of mistakes. Her campaign contributions certainly made people uneasy, the revaluations that she and the DNC leadership rigged the convention cost her a lot of blue votes that either went to Trump or we not cast at all, and above all her 'it's my turn' arrogance really did her in. She had no real platform to speak of.

    Given the voter fraud out of Chicago and Detroit, I seriously doubt her claim to the popular vote. But it matters not: she lost.
    It was close, the electoral college defeat is just more evidence that Hillary is stupid enough to not think she would get caught if she set up an email server in her basement for government business :-)

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by wolfhnd View Post
    To be fair I wouldn't have wanted to be on the wrong side of the witch who won the popular vote. All the people saying they predicted a Trump victory are insane. A little less fainting and a lot more campaigning and she would have won. Who could have predicted she would not throw the rust belt a bone or at least not labeled union people deplorables. The way Obama threw his party under the bus is a bit unusual as well.

    There isn't anything about the 2016 election that isn't weird, Strzok and Page are just in keeping with the insanity that seemed universal.

    The FBI has always been insane at the top levels, Hoover created it after all and remains nut case number one. He may even have been crazier than Nixon.

    The self righteous nonsense of people in government is nauseating. The way they try and keep reminding us how lucky we are that some of them actually do their jobs makes me want to puke. The American people have never thought of politicians as anything other than crooks and government employees as parasites. The real difference today is they leave their grubby little finger prints all over the place with electronic devices. Try retrieving a paper memo that has been in the dump for 6 months.
    Hillary made a lot of mistakes. Her campaign contributions certainly made people uneasy, the revaluations that she and the DNC leadership rigged the convention cost her a lot of blue votes that either went to Trump or we not cast at all, and above all her 'it's my turn' arrogance really did her in. She had no real platform to speak of.

    Given the voter fraud out of Chicago and Detroit, I seriously doubt her claim to the popular vote. But it matters not: she lost.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Originally posted by wolfhnd View Post
    To be fair I wouldn't have wanted to be on the wrong side of the witch who won the popular vote. All the people saying they predicted a Trump victory are insane. A little less fainting and a lot more campaigning and she would have won. Who could have predicted she would not throw the rust belt a bone or at least not labeled union people deplorables. The way Obama threw his party under the bus is a bit unusual as well.

    There isn't anything about the 2016 election that isn't weird, Strzok and Page are just in keeping with the insanity that seemed universal.

    The FBI has always been insane at the top levels, Hoover created it after all and remains nut case number one. He may even have been crazier than Nixon.

    The self righteous nonsense of people in government is nauseating. The way they try and keep reminding us how lucky we are that some of them actually do their jobs makes me want to puke. The American people have never thought of politicians as anything other than crooks and government employees as parasites. The real difference today is they leave their grubby little finger prints all over the place with electronic devices. Try retrieving a paper memo that has been in the dump for 6 months.
    Just another day in the insane world of the Left

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