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By Mark Tracey The AG’s claim is clearly bias in itself in that he can’t recognize the obvious.. Mueller was put in place to find Russian collusion, none was found, none, nada, now it is just an open ended witch hunt which will find nothing of Russian collusion with Trump.
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By William Dykeman there is no bias they are all republicans, the only problem you have with these republicans is they are honest and not corrupt like trump and his flunkies.. trump and anyone who supports him has to be purged from government! drain the swamp! arrest the lot of them, i SUPPORT THE COUP! viva la fbi VIVA LA CIA, I SUPPPORT THE DEEP STATE BABY!
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By Mark Tracey Mueller is not a Republican, and a political coup is treasonous . You must fear that your party doesn’t have the policy position, or intellectual firepower to win in 2020 so you have to overthrow a legitimate government .
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By William Dykeman Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel for the Russia investigation, and it couldn't have come at a better time. With the uproar over President Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey, there has been a large number of Democrats — and a few Republicans — calling for a special prosecutor to oversee the FBI probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The idea is that Mueller's investigation should be independent, and it likely will be. Mueller's political party doesn't seem to matter to Democrats or Republicans because he has a history of non-partisanship.

If Mueller is registered today as a Republican, Democrat, or Independent, it is not clear. The last time this was known was in 2001. As he was considered for FBI director by the Bush administration, the Washington Post reported that he was a registered Republican. In the same report, though, it was noted that he is considered by most to be "apolitical," and that he had a history of pushing Democrats for temporary openings, even under a Republican president. "It had never occurred to him that Democrats and the new Republican administration might not mesh," the report from July 2001 reads.
That could be why Democrats and Republicans have resoundingly supported his appointment as the special prosecutor. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, a Democrat, said, “Former Director Mueller is exactly the right kind of individual for this job. I now have significantly greater confidence that the investigation will follow the facts wherever they lead."
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By William Dykeman George Washington to
be tried for treason
by Mark Burdman
The British government has set a date of Oct. 18 to place
George Washington posthumously on trial, on charges of
treason. The mock trial will be held at Lincoln's Inn in London,
with a British Law Lord presiding as judge, and with
Queen Elizabeth's chief prosecutor, Director of Public Prosecutions
Allan Green, representing the British government at
the proceedings. Preliminary reports are that the jury will
consist of 12 British lawyers.
During the week of July 9, a team of British lawyers met
to work out a strategy for prosecuting Wshington. Martyn
Berkin, a London barrister helping to organize the trial, told
the Sunday Telegraph July 8, ''The English side is keen to
pot George Washington."
The idea for the case originated with a challenge from
Lord Goff of Chieveley, a British lawyer, who was attending
a meeting in the United States of the American Inns of the
Court, an association of legal groups inspired by four inns
that operate as law schools, eateries, and fraternal organizations
for British jurists. Although he reportedly threw out the
challenge to a group of American lawyers in the tongue-incheek
manner that is the style among the British oligarchical
class, his view of the matter is deadly serious. As he stated
in a recent private discussion, "Washington must have been
a traitor. Unless there is a notion of just revolution, which
absolves people in such cases, he must have been one." His
lordship's more fundamental argument is that the concepts of
"natural law" and "inalienable rights" used by the American
Founding Fathers are not vaIid, in view of what is, "in legal
fact," an act of treason. He asserted that all the authors and
signers of the American Declaration of Independence should
also be considered as traitors.
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By Mark Tracey Interesting story, never heard that before.
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By William Dykeman washington was cool he smoked weed and slept in church to be deliberately rude
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By Mark Tracey Quaint, but not accurate. The hemp grown by the founders was used for paper and rope but contained very little THC and was not smoked.
https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/busting-some-myths-about-the-founding-fathers-and-marijuana/
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By William Dykeman nah he smoked doobies
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