AP Exclusive: Justice Dept dropping Flynn's criminal case
So the checks are going to be delayed so Trump can put his name on them. Riiiight.
Looks like a classic media set-up to me.
"senior IRS officials", "three administration officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly.", "a Treasury official"
Not a single source willing to go on the record. I call bullshit until I see a picture of a check with Trump's name on it.
"The leaks are real but the news is fake."
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13. Based on what I know about Donald Trump, I think that he would be very quiet about it. He would not declassify the pardons. He would give them all the slack, never retaliate, but watch them closely. Let them feel invulnerable, because people who feel invulnerable slip up and make mistakes. He would wait for them to commit new crimes after the effective date of their pardon. Crimes that are fully prosecutable.
11. Instead, they have become increasingly arrogant and insulting, acting as if they have nothing to fear. They berate and insult President Trump at will, more and more brazenly each day.
They are acting like people who know no one can touch them. People who are guilty as hell, and forever beyond the reach of the law, and reveling not only in getting away with everything, but reveling in their ability to throw their guilt in their opponents' faces, and the faces of the American People.
10. Now look at the behavior of Obama's crew. Strzok. Brennan. Page. McCabe. On and on. Given the evidence against them, you would think that they would be on their best behavior, hoping that Trump's Justice Department wouldn't pull the trigger and prosecute them.
You would think they would act humble and contrite. Even if they considered themselves innocent and law-abiding, they would be careful and mindful of the seriousness of the accusations against them.
9. Comey never elaborated on WHY no reasonable prosecutor would being such a case, and he had to know that he looked like a jackass standing up there not explaining himself. I think that Comey was walking right up to the line. Telling the public everything he was legally allowed to without breaking the law himself.
No reasonable prosecutor would being a case against someone who had already been pardoned for their crime.
8. What was it that Comey said about Hillary Clinton, after detailing a laundry list of crimes that would put anyone else in prison for the rest of their life?
“Although there is evidence of potential violations regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case"
6. Didn't Hillary have SAP level documents on her server? A copy of her own pardon perhaps? Why even mention this? A clue for the public?
5. My hypothesis - and this is only a hypothesis - is that Obama gave all his dirty-fingers deep-staters pardons before he left office. Secret pardons, then CLASSIFIED the pardons at the highest national security clearance level so no one would ever find out about them except for the people who needed to know. SAP level classification. Above Top Secret.
3. Given that this is Time Magazine, the swampiest of the swampy, one would expect that the writers would reach the conclusion that this would be totally illegal, the President wouldn't be able to do it, and if he tried it would be an impeachable offense. Orange man bad!
But surprise, they come to exactly the opposite conclusion. President Trump could TOTALLY do that, and they even throw in a few precedents showing that this has been done before at the state level. Totally legal! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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