"if we had had confidence
that the president
clearly did not
commit a crime,
we would have said so"
doink, dare it is.
doink, dare it is.
for the record, this girl purposely chose the CBS link, above, to double down on the level of bullshit of this portion of his full statement; you know, given that this is the part that everyone seems to be slicing and dicing in the media, social and otherwise, in the aftermath.
But let's be clear -- Bob purposely said it this way, when he could have said the exact opposite, going a little something like this: if we had had confidence that the president clearly committed a crime, we would have said so.
You see how different that sounds?
Bob knowingly calculated the kind of mileage a statement such as this might make, and he said it, doing a marvelous job masking the glee inside his heart, even with the bags under his eyes, looking completely exhausted, and all. Bob basically, pointedly, strategically, dropped a bomb, taking no time for questions, and then dropped the mic. End of story (for Bob, anyway).
Bob, knowingly, laid the groundwork to allow the media and the democrats to do the rest. #fuel to the fire; # unbiased special council, my ass; # how fast can we impeach the guy now....
But don't take my word for it -- who am I, right? (right....I'm just a girl, an American girl, and this IS a day in the life of an American Girl....exactly) But moving on dot org....Let's go to an op-ed from The Hill. Alan Dershowitz, to be more precise.
HERE. Shame on Robert Mueller for exceeding his role....
Until today, I have defended Mueller against the accusations that he is a partisan. I did not believe that he personally favored either the Democrats or the Republicans, or had a point of view on whether President Trump should be impeached. But I have now changed my mind. By putting his thumb, indeed his elbow, on the scale of justice in favor of impeachment based on obstruction of justice, Mueller has revealed his partisan bias. He also has distorted the critical role of a prosecutor in our justice system.
Mueller's role is to protect truth and justice, no matter what his personal beliefs.
But Bob waited for the eleventh hour --
after refusing to meet with Congress,
after making a point to say the report speaks for itself,
and he spoke.
He spoke without any cross examination allowed.
He spoke in order to plant the seed.
He spoke to irrigate the channel, cross-pollinating media and the left, for the continuance of this nonsense -- this outrageous partisanship that all began at the dawn of a fake dossier (and paid for by the opposition party, namely, The Clinton Campaign).
He spoke in order to germinate the seed to support a case for impeachment, even though there is no proof, no facts, no grounds, whatsoever.
He spoke and then he promptly stopped speaking...like a big, fat, take that, MAGA nation.
He spoke and then walked off into the sunset -- and he may have well have been totally naked, for that matter, for his motives were that transparent.
what a shame, what a shame.
Here's a good read all about it; it comes from a place called The Patriot Post.
Here's one more, from Mark Alexander of The Patriot Post, with an even better synopsis of the whole darned thing.
So as the world turns, as we go from days when there was no there there, to today's here here and the unconscionable staging of a phrase that most glaringly takes a side as to whether Trump committed or not committed a crime -- it's to be or not to be a cryin' shame -- not sure where we go from here, America. This ain't good.
The only thing that has become startling clear, is that it's a sad sad day for America, for we the people.
say your prayers, say your prayers.
dropping my mic for now.
Make it a Good Day, G