Donald Trump is freaking out over the multiple congressional investigations coming his way.

By |2019-02-07T06:17:11-08:00February 7th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |22 Comments

“The Republicans never did this to President Obama?”

My God the hypocrisy is so deep I am almost drowning in it.

Keep in mind that Trump is the guy who harassed President Obama so aggressively that the other man was forced to show his birth certificate in order to prove he was qualified for his job. 

And that does not even take into account the dozens of unnecessary, and ultimately fruitless investigations launched by the Republicans into Obama and his administration, which included Fast and Furious, Benghazi, Solyndra, the IRS, and of course Hillary’s emails.

In this case, there is actual evidence of wrongdoing, and I hope the Democrats investigate Trump within an inch of his life. 

And I guarantee that with these investigations there WILL be indictments. 

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  1. CONtainment February 7, 2019 at 7:19 am

    Dr. Lee was recently appointed president of the World Mental Health Coalition, an organization of thousands of mental health professionals from around the world. She says that many are concerned about the president’s mental health.

    There has been no word about a mental health exam, which is concerning. His condition has grown worse since last year, when there was great concern about his mental health. So on top of his personal mental health deteriorating, we have the added complication of the population habituating to what Dr. Robert Jay Lifton, who wrote the foreword to our book, called a “malignant normality.”

    Look at how we are sending thousands of troops to the southern border and separating little children from families without plans to reunite them—not to mention the threat of war in Venezuela and Iran, the reignited nuclear arms race, and the climate catastrophe that is busily denied rather than confronted. This is how psychological dangerousness turns into geopolitical dangerousness in a high office”

    Trump is increasingly divorced from reality, his lies are accelerating, and he is resorting to more extreme measures to distract himself and others from the pressures he is facing—mainly Robert Mueller’s investigation, his losses to the Democrats, and his diminishing popularity.
    this is not just a personal mental crisis but a national public health and international security crisis.”

    “We are available for consultation. We also have a primary duty to society, just as we do to patients. We can recognize dangerous signs before danger happens, and, like law enforcement, we are legally permitted and liable to act on the evidence.”

  2. anon February 7, 2019 at 7:27 am

    Wait till the Dems take away Jesus – his base will disolve just like in The Wizard Of Oz!!!

  3. Rule of Law February 7, 2019 at 7:37 am

    “Does the president have an attorney? Why doesn’t the president just run a private investigation onto Adam Schiff?”

    Napolitino said Trump would have to use the Department of Justice to investigate Schiff and that there “would have to be evidence of some criminal behavior,” with a disgusted Kilmeade replying: “That is so wrong.”

    • Anon February 7, 2019 at 5:52 pm

      Hey Sarah. You mean like you did?

  4. CRIMEa February 7, 2019 at 7:53 am

    “Butina actively supported Russian President Vladimir Putin’s military takeover of Crimea. In the immediate aftermath of the invasion and annexation in March 2014, Butina denounced retaliatory sanctions by the Obama administration and traveled to Crimea to promote the arming of pro-Russian separatists. Her efforts there included pledging support to a leader of a militia group that violently seized a Crimean news outlet it deemed “pro-American” and swiftly repurposed for a Kremlin propaganda operation.” “Butina held her March 2014 press conference with the Crimean Front at their newly seized media headquarters. Four weeks later, she traveled to Indianapolis for the NRA annual convention, where NRA executives welcomed her as a VIP.”
    “come that summer of 2015, Butina would make her first direct contact with a Republican presidential campaign. During an audience Q&A at a political conference in Las Vegas, she asked about foreign policy: Specifically, she wanted to know whether the candidate at the podium might back off from “damaging” US sanctions against Russia.
    The answer Donald Trump gave Butina was YE$. It was an outcome signaled by the future president that, in more than one case, has since come to pass.”

    ““He’s flailing around here, but it’s quite obvious he’s in serious trouble. I don’t know if he’s a Russian mole or not, but he’s certainly acting like ~IT~.””

    “New Trump administration rules will make it easier for U.S. gun makers to export some of their products, including semi-automatic weapons, flamethrowers, and some types of grenades, NBC News reports. The new rules, which are set to come into effect within a month, mean gun makers will no longer need licenses from the State Department to sell dozens of types of deadly weapons to overseas markets, including the AR-15-style semi-automatic rifle that’s been used in some of America’s worst mass shootings. Sellers will only need a no-fee license from the Commerce Department, which has a less-strict licensing process and a smaller global footprint. The move is expected to make it more difficult to track where the weapons are going after they’re sold and sent abroad. The State Department sent out the final version of the rules Monday, and they’ll take effect 30 days later unless Congress attempts to block them.”<theDailyBeast

  5. anonymous February 7, 2019 at 8:12 am

    “Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal could request Trump’s tax returns right now, but he’s opting for a “go slow” approach.”
    “You’ve got to make sure all of our legal requirements are met,”
    “Trump’s administration reportedly has made plans with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin — who would be tasked with responding to Neal’s inquiry — to “drag the expected Democratic request … into a quagmire of arcane legal arguments” that could stretch into or beyond the 2020 election.

    “What happens if the Treasury secretary just doesn’t answer or sends back a note saying we refuse to do what you are saying? To my knowledge, that has never happened,” a former congressional chief of staff told Politico. “We are essentially in uncharted territory if he refuses.”
    Talking Points Memo reported that a House hearing scheduled for Thursday on “Legislative Proposals and Tax Law Related to Presidential and Vice-Presidential Tax Returns” will be the next key step for Neal before formally requesting Trump’s tax returns.”

    • Beaglemom February 7, 2019 at 3:35 pm

      I think the House should wait until just about tax time (April 15). So many people are already freaking out about losing their refunds or having to pay much more that it will be interesting to see how the American people respond to seeing how Don the Con paid much less than he should have over the years.

  6. anonymous February 7, 2019 at 8:47 am

    “If he’s not bothered by what you’re doing, he’s not going to bother to attack you,”

  7. PRE$IDENTIAL HARA$$MENT! February 7, 2019 at 9:58 am

    “The president’s actions and posture towards Russia during the campaign, transition, and administration have only heightened fears of foreign financial or other leverage over President Trump,” Schiff said in a statement Wednesday.”

  8. slipstream February 7, 2019 at 10:20 am

    And did anybody shout “you lie!” during Trump’s SOTU? Because some asshat did during Obama’s.

    • Anonymous February 7, 2019 at 12:02 pm

      I was waiting and soooo hoping for it.

  9. DR February 7, 2019 at 12:59 pm

    FB Excerpts>
    “Who are we? Are we the country that elected President Obama or President Trump? Are we a nation frightened by change or invigorated by it? Do we embrace our diversity or do we huddle in our tribal cliques? Do we see in this president a fearless and inspiring leader or a mistake of historic proportions?
    The answers to all of these questions lie in the eye of the beholder.”
    “this speech will be likely forgotten.
    But in it I did see Trump’s strategy. He’s counting on Democrats and others who oppose him being lulled into believing that he can’t survive through his first term, and that even if he does, he can’t possibly win another election.
    Maybe those people will ultimately be proven right. But, at this moment in history, there is danger for them in not recognizing that their beliefs are by no means certain to be fulfilled. Trump is down but he’s not out”<Dan the Man Rather

  10. anonymous February 7, 2019 at 1:08 pm

    “Jeremy Bash, I read these questions and was thinking — if Robert Mueller is investigating the president for possible obstruction of justice, he too might want to know if Matthew Whitaker was briefed on the Mueller probe and told Donald Trump about it,” Wallace noted.

    “What do you think the chances are that not just Congress has these questions and seeks these answers, but that Robert Mueller also wants to talk to Matt Whitaker about the kind of conduct that the questions shared with him covers?” she asked.

    “I think there’s a likelihood that the special counsel is interested in whether or not Matt Whitaker was specifically put in that job to replace Jeff Sessions to constrain or starve the investigation,” he answered. “And I think they’re interested from a credential perspective — and possibly criminal law perspective — as to whether or not Matt Whitaker is a conduit of information back to the White House.”
    “I think he’s there in part to make DOJ into DOJO — the Department of Justice Obstruction,”

  11. Tic Tac Toc February 7, 2019 at 1:15 pm

    “There is only evidence and facts, and Rep. Schiff is going to use facts and evidence to uncover the truth about Trump, his campaign, his White House and family’s activities.”

    ” bring criminal charges against his kids. And this new information shows that he and the SDNY prosecutors plan to do exactly that.”
    “The evidence Weisselberg provides to the SDNY prosecutors will be invaluable in making their criminal cases against the other executives, meaning Ivanka, Don Jr, and Eric, as well as the president.”

  12. Now This February 7, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    “The Justice Department’s head of legislative affairs, Stephen Boyd, wrote in the letter that unless Nadler’s committee promises by 6 p.m. Thursday
    not to subpoena Whitaker, he will not show up.”

  13. Anonymous February 7, 2019 at 2:55 pm

    Well if he would stop committing crimes, they wouldn’t need to investigate.. where was his outrage when they investigated Hillary and BENGHAZI for FOUR YEARS!!!!!

  14. Jeff Bezos February 7, 2019 at 3:23 pm

    “I’ve decided to publish exactly what they sent me, despite the personal cost and embarrassment they threaten.
    AMI, the owner of the National Enquirer, led by David Pecker, recently entered into an immunity deal with the Department of Justice related to their role in the so-called “Catch and Kill” process on behalf of President Trump and his election campaign. Mr. Pecker and his company have also been investigated for various actions they’ve taken on behalf of the Saudi Government.”
    “I didn’t know much about most of that a few weeks ago when intimate texts messages from me were published in the National Enquirer. I engaged investigators to learn how those texts were obtained, and to determine the motives for the many unusual actions taken by the Enquirer. As it turns out, there are now several independent investigations looking into this matter. To lead my investigation, I retained Gavin de Becker.”
    ” It’s unavoidable that certain powerful people who experience Washington Post news coverage will wrongly conclude I am their enemy.
    President Trump is one of those people, obvious by his many tweets. Also, The Post’s essential and unrelenting coverage of the murder of its columnist Jamal Khashoggi is undoubtedly unpopular in certain circles.”

    “In the AMI letters I’m making public, you will see the precise details of their extortionate proposal: They will publish the personal photos unless Gavin de Becker and I make the specific false public statement to the press that we “have no knowledge or basis for suggesting that AMI’s coverage was politically motivated or influenced by political forces.”
    If we do not agree to affirmatively publicize that specific lie, they say they’ll publish the photos, and quickly. And there’s an associated threat: They’ll keep the photos on hand and publish them in the future if we ever deviate from that lie.
    Be assured, no real journalists ever propose anything like what is happening here: I will not report embarrassing information about you if you do X for me. And if you don’t do X quickly, I will report the embarrassing information.”

  15. Anon February 7, 2019 at 3:40 pm

    ““Everything annoys him now. They are not enslaved within the administration. If they have worked under a different administration and want to move to the legislative branch, it makes perfect sense.”” the president is just itching for another fight.””

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