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Using Jesse Watters as a ‘source’ has to be a joke. He lies almost as much as Trump and is as close to being a journalist as Porky Pig is.

 

As soon as I saw the name ‘Jesse Watters’ I knew that there would be no facts, just innuendo and stupid innuendo at that.

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Jimc's source of course is Faux "news" and they are all about "Stunts"

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@jimc91 wrote:

@Richva wrote:

Having him testify does spotlight  the parallels between Trump's obstructions of justice and Nixon's.  It could be called a stunt but I notice that Pelosi and Schumer's efforts have brought the percentage of Americans who think they should start impeachment proceedings to over the 50% mark for the first time. 


Right..........

 

Nixon attempted to cover up a "break in" to obtain campaign intel from the opposing party before an election.  That's a crime.

 

There was No Collusion evidence found concerning the Trump campaign in the run up to an election.  That's NOT a crime.  

 

I fail to see any similarities.

 

Actually there are more similarities between Nixon and Clinton with the help of the Obama administration spying on the Trump campaign.

 

Yeah we need to get to the bottom of this.  I think Nadler is looking at the wrong campaign.  

 

If he wants something to compare to the Nixon case he needs to be looking at the Clinton campaign.

 

 

 

 


Today John Dean spoke the truth. Over 1,000 people of both parties have told us they could take the information in the Mueller  report on Trump and get a conviction of Trump on Obstruction of Justice. Trump has already been named an uninitiated conspirator to some of the crimes Michael  Cohen is serving time for. There is a JD policy that said Mueller could not indite a sitting President, and that is not a law. Mueller chose to follow the policy sadly. There is no law against collusion so why do you keep bringing that up. I know it is a talking point put out by the far right leadership, but what they say is false. The Trump campaign had contacts with Russia, Saudi Arabia for money. The Trump campaign was selling jobs in the admin, and took money from foreign govt. through the  committee formed to celebrate the swearing in.. We see one person who was convicted and is serving jail time loose between 42, to 46 million  dollars to the assets forfeiture program as he went to jail. Trump paid over $100,000 to a porn Star to keep quiet about what they did together. The Trump Campaign had their Russian handler make sure the tape of Trump and the hookers was kept in Russia. The handler gave the full E mail of this to Bloomberg TV who released it. Mueller was ready for M Flynn to be sentenced with no jail time, and the judge refused. Why? The judge told Flynn that he sold his country out, and he was going to throw the book at him if he made the final judgement that day. He told Flynn to help Mueller more and would look at everything at a later date. Trump has lied about everything he has done since becoming President. He has taken power away from congress by breaking laws. Just today he appointed another acting head of a Dept. since the person is so bad the Reb. would not vote to confirm him. If they follow the money they will find Trump, his family, and handlers have made millions. Just today we see the Sec. of Transportation set up an area  to handle funds for the Reb. leader of the Senate use in his campaign. Trump has become a Dictator and is close to full control of everything. The stunt here is the far right still trying make all think this is just another normal time when in fact it is just what Hitler did in Germany in the 1930 with only 20% supporting him in his takeover. Trump has at least 30% in his take over. Every True American should be very very afraid.

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TRUMPS ENTIRE PRESIDENCY IS A - STUNT

 

BTW - There is No Big Secret Mexican Immigration Deal

 

Mexico denies Trump’s claim of secret concessions in deal

 

Stung by criticism that the agreement mostly ramps up border protection efforts already underway, Trump on Monday hinted at other, secret agreements he says will soon be revealed.

 

“We have fully signed and documented another very important part of the Immigration and Security deal with Mexico, one that the U.S. has been asking about getting for many years,” Trump wrote Monday, saying it would “be revealed in the not too distant future.”

 

Not so, said Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard, holding up a paper and pointing to the previously announced details. He told reporters the two countries agreed on two actions made public Friday and said if those measures didn’t work to slow migration, they would discuss further options.

 

“There is no other thing beyond what I have just explained,” he said.

 

 

Source - https://www.apnews.com/7bedd8e672dd4f6ca3ffe2b3fd78fe0f

 

 

 

 

 

( " China if You're Listening - Get Trumps Tax Returns " )

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Trump tried to fire Mueller. He suggested he would give pardons. Trump's staff called him a moron. Kissenger called Nixon Meatball Mind. Trump fired Comey, Nixon tried to influence the FBI..............You might read SOMETHING about what Dean said. 

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@Richva wrote:

Having him testify does spotlight  the parallels between Trump's obstructions of justice and Nixon's.  It could be called a stunt but I notice that Pelosi and Schumer's efforts have brought the percentage of Americans who think they should start impeachment proceedings to over the 50% mark for the first time. 


Right..........

 

Nixon attempted to cover up a "break in" to obtain campaign intel from the opposing party before an election.  That's a crime.

 

There was No Collusion evidence found concerning the Trump campaign in the run up to an election.  That's NOT a crime.  

 

I fail to see any similarities.

 

Actually there are more similarities between Nixon and Clinton with the help of the Obama administration spying on the Trump campaign.

 

Yeah we need to get to the bottom of this.  I think Nadler is looking at the wrong campaign.  

 

If he wants something to compare to the Nixon case he needs to be looking at the Clinton campaign.

 

 

 

 

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Having him testify does spotlight  the parallels between Trump's obstructions of justice and Nixon's.  It could be called a stunt but I notice that Pelosi and Schumer's efforts have brought the percentage of Americans who think they should start impeachment proceedings to over the 50% mark for the first time. 

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John Dean's testimony Monday on Capitol Hill where he discussed the parallels between Watergate and the Russia investigation was nothing more than a "stunt" according to "The Five" co-host Jesse Watters.

 

"Back to John Dean who they're calling the star witness. He's not a star, he's not a witness to anything," Watters said Monday.

 

"No one knows who he is. He is a CNN contributor which makes perfect sense that a CNN guy is a witness in their fake Russia collusion story. He witnessed something almost 50 years ago, so, I don't know what that adds."

 

Dean, the former White House counsel to Richard Nixon, testified Monday that he sees “remarkable parallels” between Watergate and the findings of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report during a hearing that Republicans panned as a political “show” as they repeatedly challenged the credibility of the witness.

 

Before the House Judiciary Committee, Dean, an outspoken critic of President Trump, testified that several points in the Mueller report “echo Watergate,” especially relating to the obstruction of justice probe.

 

Watters dismissed Dean and his relevance.

 

"Every time the media wants to talk about impeachment or compare something to Watergate, they send a town car over to John's house.  They bring him into the studio, he says this is worse than Watergate and he's sent back to his house. It's a stunt like the bucket of chicken, just like the other felon they had out there. It's not going to change anything," Watters said.

 

The "Watters' World" host also accused Democrats of trying to "resuscitate" the Mueller report.

"The Democrats are trying to resuscitate this Mueller report because they don't have anything else," Watters said.

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/jesse-watters-john-deans-testimony-a-stunt

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