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Published On: Sun, Mar 24th, 2019

2020 candidates, Media responds with crazy Trump hatred after Mueller report

Let’s list off some of the crazy leftist responses to the big Mueller “nothing burger.” Here’s that full report HERE.

“I don’t need the Mueller report to know [President Trump is] a traitor. I have a TV,” Bill Maher, host of HBO’s Real Time, told the panel on Friday while kicking off a conversation about the Mueller report.

“…if you have a TV or a Twitter account, you’ve already seen obstruction of justice.” – Rep. Eric Swalwell(D-CA), on with Maher on HBO’s Real Time Friday.

“There is a very big difference between trying to get enough evidence for a criminal charge, president or not, and making a political determination on Capitol Hill whether or not the House Democrats feel they will get enough information and they will get enough evidence, which they don’t need it to be beyond a reasonable doubt, to start impeachment proceedings against the President for obstruction of justice. They have two different very different standards. Very different standards.” – Dana Bash, CNN panel.

“[T]he big, bizarre thing here is that Bob Mueller does all of this work and then on obstruction, what’s the most obvious happening in plain sight? I mean, apparently he’s not even allowed to give an opinion.” – MSNBC legal analyst Cynthia Alksne

On Barr, she complained that Barr “has always had a kooky interpretation of obstruction,” so “[t]hat’s why it’s really important to have a traditional prosecutor’s answer about if there’s obstruction.” – MSNBC legal analyst Cynthia Alksne

“The fact that this investigation takes place within the Justice Department, which Donald Trump essentially controls,” Reid suggested, “and that he got rid of the problem, Jeff Sessions, who––the one decent thing that he did was just recuse himself. This guy is not recused. It feels like the seeds of a cover-up are here.” – Joy Reid

“He wasn’t investigated for the first two years at all! So, I think, there’s a little catch up to do in this…And I think that most — the majority of Americans, they may support him or not. But they don’t believe he has integrity. That needs to be found out.” – ABC commentator, Matthew Dowd

New York Times Saturday’s front-page “news analysis” by Peter Baker:

The investigation has demonstrated as well that Mr. Trump was seeking to do business in Russia even as a presidential candidate longer than he had previously disclosed and that he surrounded himself with crooks and liars in the form of advisers who repeatedly dissembled to investigators. That includes his campaign chairman, who is going to prison for that and a variety of financial crimes.

Whether any of that adds up to impeachable offenses remained an open question. Mr. Trump has repeated the phrase “no collusion” so often — 71 times on Twitter, according to the Trump Twitter Archive, and many more in speeches, interviews and other public statements — that he effectively set the bar so that anything short of a taped telephone conversation with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia could be interpreted as vindication.

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Joe Scarborough: “… Donald Trump may just be a political version of Mr. Magoo. He may just stumble — and you are too young to know who Mr. Magoo is, but he may just be — — okay — he — he may be a guy who just stumbles and bumbles around from one lie to — from one thing to another and in this case, as it pertained to Russia, there were — there were several lies that, again, probably centered more around Donald Trump’s business dealings and his — as I’ve said and a lot of people have said, if you want to understand what Donald Trump does, if you want to understand Donald Trump’s foreign policy towards Saudi Arabia or his leniency toward the Philippines or Turkey or Russia, you don’t look to — to foreign policy. You look — you look to his business dealings, and money that he’s made in the past and money he hopes to make in the future and I think at the end of the day, just simple, pure greed probably accounts for much of what we’ve seen over the past few years.”

“What’s the army motto? This we’ll defend. They should be saying, right now, I don’t care what’s in that report, we’re going to go to town and we’re going to find out what the facts are. And you know what? We were attacked. That’s one component of it. But the other things, the most corrupt administration in the history of the United States, we’re going to find out because this nation is far better and worth the effort.” – MSNBC counterterrorism analyst Malcolm Nance.

How about the 2020 candidates for President:

“You have a president, who in my opinion beyond a shadow of a doubt, sought to, however ham-handedly, collude with the Russian government.” – Beto O’Rourke.

“I don’t want a summary of the Mueller report,” tweeted Bernie Sanders. “I want the whole damn report.”

“The Mueller report needs to be made public, the underlying investigative materials should be handed over to Congress, and Barr must testify. That is what transparency looks like. A short letter from Trump’s hand-picked Attorney General is not sufficient.” – Kamala Harris

Congress voted 420-0 to release the full Mueller report,” Elizabeth Warren chimed in. “Not a ‘summary’ from his handpicked Attorney General. AG Barr, make the full report public. Immediately.”

About the Author

- Writer and Co-Founder of The Global Dispatch, Brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professionally in 2003 on Crazed Fanboy before expanding into other blogs and sites. Appearing on several radio shows, Brandon has hosted Dispatch Radio, written his first novel (The Rise of the Templar) and completed the three years Global University program in Ministerial Studies to be a pastor. To Contact Brandon email [email protected] ATTN: BRANDON

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