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IncredibleMrE1 27 points ago +27 / -0

trust sessions

trust huber

trust wray

trust barr

trust durham <-- the fact that there are pedes stuck here still after 2+ years is just sad.

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EatingDarkness 13 points ago +17 / -4

But but we can win the midterms if we get out and vote! Right? RIGHT?

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joefreed2020 11 points ago +13 / -2

Discouraging voting is not the solution.

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MAGAnic316 9 points ago +12 / -3

Neither is voting

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Geeee 6 points ago +6 / -0

Voting is a necessary requirement. Not sufficient, but necessary.

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TruthSmash 7 points ago +7 / -0

Has anyone actually ever seen Durham? I mean, like a live human being? I only see that one (1) picture. And that's it.

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Libertardian 6 points ago +6 / -0

Trust Grassley.

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Libertardian 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, you.

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lordvon 3 points ago +3 / -0

you gotta admit, there are a lot of new damning details in the indictment that never leaked. the indictment could have not even happened but it did

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Chopblock 9 points ago +9 / -0

The Spygate case was chock full of obvious crimes, including real versions of all the fake things they tried to claim about Trump’s “team”. This indictment makes it pretty clear that Durham has approached the whole endeavor with an eye towards only looking at things he can view through a certain narrative construction, and remaining willfully blind to everything else.

It’s the famous Federal Bureaucracy of Matters patented “looking into it” scandal-burying and evidence seize-and-destroy operation, complete with a case on record they can file everything away under, to mark it ”closed”.

You can tell there’s nothing else coming because this indictment is constructed upon a narrative that works to preclude charges against other parties, rather than to expose them. And the legal penalties involved are insignificant, signaling that there is no danger to the other parties involved.

In fact, if you read it carefully you’ll see that rather than implicating the other parties, Durham goes out of his way to ascribe each one of them a justification for each of their actions other than conspiring to rig up a false investigation — essentially creating an official record that authoritatively absolves them of severe criminality. These charges work to cement the fix.

If Sussman is at fault for failing to provide notice of a potential conflict of interest, one can pretend that all the rest of what went on was merely downstream consequences resulting from poor judgements, mistakes, overzealousness, and incompetence by people otherwise acting in good faith, all stemming from a single misapprehension only caused by Sussman’s action.

Durham has spent the duration of his investigation collecting all the evidence and systematically assembling it to trace routes of cause and effect, in order to find some single point at which it all can be blamed on an ‘error’ — and this is it.

He could charge Sussman with the conspiracy to do it, which would open new pathways leading to others, for example. Instead, the charges are framed to self-resolve around a single individual.

It’s almost exactly what Mueller did, too — and Horowitz.

The truth is there for anyone who wants to look, plain as day. And the fake news narrative is firmly implanted in NPC minds, too; Durham cucking out as expected will secure the last gentle sheet-throwing over the furniture to remove any chance of accidentally forcing anyone with an obligation to do something about it from having to see it in any official capacity, because that might cause news dramatic enough to burst the NPC illusions.

Of course, in the Post-Covid Confederacy of Dunces these kind of whiskered soft touches are increasingly unnecessary — the citoyens of idiocracy have shown themselves to be impervious to all but the most painfully evident truths, so long as the TV channels keep blaring out hysterical trash uniformly.

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TrueTemper2 4 points ago +4 / -0

So eloquently well put, and spot on! This was indeed always the intention of the Durham evidence capture/burial lockdown “investigation.” Anyone actually expecting more fro this will be further disappointed.

We have reached peak corruption, where every aspect of the government has been compromised and repurposed to serve the interests of the illegitimate installed regime.

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IncredibleMrE1 2 points ago +2 / -0

If Sussman is at fault for failing to provide notice of a potential conflict of interest, one can pretend that all the rest of what went on was merely downstream consequences resulting from poor judgements, mistakes, overzealousness, and incompetence by people otherwise acting in good faith, all stemming from a single misapprehension only caused by Sussman’s action.

I was saying essentially the same thing elsewhere last night, but you put it much more eloquently. Durham is using Sussmann as a scapegoat to form the narrative that "the FBI was tricked, mistakes were made, it's not their fault" and then sweep all the evidence into the incinerator. We might see a couple more low-level lawyers get a wrist-slap, but that will be it.

The butthurt Qtards bitching about muh 27 pages of indictments tells me we are right.

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tflst5 2 points ago +2 / -0

You hit it perfectly. Think about Tony Podesta for one minute. Whatever crimes Manafort was wrapped up in, Tony was knee deep in the same. In fact, i believe Tony may have even directed Manafort's actions regarding the Ukraine. I don't believe Manafort was guilty of anything that warranted the attention he received, but why was Tony Podesta exempt from any justice? Rule for one and not the other. Two tiers of justice.

You could argue the same for General Flynn and General Miley. Flynn was demolished for a single phone call to the Russian ambassador, which was apparently misrepresented by the FBI agents interviewing him. Then you've got Miley talking to the Chinese, telling them hes going to subvert the president's authority. He isn't denying it either.

Then you've got the recent women's gymnastics scandal. The FBI decides to finally fire the agent responsible for that mess once the scandal hits the news. 1 agent.. apparently that one agent was the only person aware or assigned to this case. How many agents went looking for the noose in Bubba Wallace's garage again? So either the FBI misappropriates resources at a comical scale.. or they are covering their asses again.

The FBI and DOJ are pure political agencies at this point.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +2 / -1

Ever heard of a superseding indictment?

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Chopblock 1 point ago +1 / -0

I used to have to explain this to Mueller-time people: they don’t debut a grand parade of arrests and trials by announcing the weakest possible case. And this indictment is written specifically to prevent that — it’s why it’s so unnecessarily long. Durham took pains to phrase all the interactions in such a way that other defendants could point to this document to get a judge to drop chargesagainst them.

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HOSEQ 0 points ago +2 / -2

Again?? Dude, your entire BOOK about this is way off...

WTF do you WANT???

A Hot war??

Americans killing other Americans in the Streets???

I ask, because THAT is exactly what your rant sounds like you are begging for...

IF that IS what you want, then LEAD THE FUCKING WAY or STFU!!!!

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Chopblock 1 point ago +1 / -0

How specifically does my “rant” “sound like I’m begging for” that, again?

Do you need to speak to the manager, ma’am?

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OwnaLib87 1 point ago +1 / -0

The fact that anyone gives a shit about russia gate at this point is just sad.

Things have gotten so bad in just a few short years that russiagate went from one of the biggest scandals in US history to inconsequential distraction. Just one symptom of a fatal disease.

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Klown_Kutz 0 points ago +1 / -1

You forgot 'trust Mueller'. He was 'our guy' and working secretly with Trump to expose and arrest the super secret global satanic pedophile organization operating out of the basement of a pizza restaurant.