Here are all of the major findings in the Mueller report read out loud for you in 30 minutes.

By |2019-06-17T16:29:37-08:00June 17th, 2019|Categories: Gryphen's Corner|Tags: , , , , |3 Comments

Now all you have to do is send this link to that idiot in the office, family, or marriage who refuses to accept that there is anything in the Mueller report that is bad for Donald Trump. 

It’s all bad for Donald Trump. 

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  1. PennyWiZe June 18, 2019 at 7:36 am

    10,000&counting…“Siege: Trump Under Fire.”
    ” Trumpism is both a form of collective narcissism and mass delusion for its leader and followers. Why did Robert Mueller decline to indict Donald Trump for obstruction of justice, or even to state his conclusions clearly? If Trump is forced from the White House, either by defeat at the polls in 2020 or impeachment and conviction, will he leave peacefully? Donald Trump, who is the president of the United States, is a madman. Donald Trump is a psychopath. This is something to be afraid of. – I used to see Trump in New York, every night, he would be out somewhere like a shark, moving through these gatherings. He was looking for acknowledgement and attention. In the Woody Allen movie “Celebrity,” Trump plays himself. – Trump was not supposed to become president of the United States, so he has been catapulted into essentially a fictional role. So in that way, I think you can argue that he does not really exist — most certainly as the president of the United States. – He doesn’t listen. He can’t absorb information. He’s completely uninterested in the desires and views of other people. ~IT~ is now about what he can get away with. – Trump’s bar is about getting away with his bad behavior.
    The Mueller report is incredibly damning, but Trump, at least for the moment, seems to have gotten away with ~IT~ all.
    Mueller was thinking that Donald Trump wears a suicide vest of sorts. If Mueller had pushed Donald Trump into a corner he would blow up everything. – After the Mueller report came out, Steve Bannon said to me,
    “Never send a Marine to do a hitman’s job.” Robert Mueller is an institutionalist. He plays by the book. He plays by the rules.

    “The important thing is pulling back the layers of Donald Trump. I would like someone to do this in a very methodical way. There is Donald Trump’s financial history. What Donald Trump has done since Jan. 20, 2017, to get in the way of people trying to investigate him. What is happening in the Middle East, as the Trump family and the Kushner family try to arrange future financing for themselves. Nancy Pelosi and Congress should be laying this all out for the public. They have an opportunity to tell the story of Donald Trump in another way, and I think probably in a more forceful way. We need to see the smoking guns.”

  2. Anonymous June 18, 2019 at 7:45 am

    this means that any state who may be listening and who wishes to prosecute Trump on state law should go right ahead and do it. Americans will thank them mightily.

    Trump is Individual 1 in the indictment that led to Michael Cohen’s conviction for which he is currently serving time in jail.

    In other words, not only does the ruling shrink Trump’s pardon power from what he hoped it would be, it also increases the possibility that he will face criminal charges under New York law.

    NOT Rikers Island >under William Barr, the Department of Justice – which exists to protect the rule of law in the U.S. – has become a complete joke. Its sole purpose is to act as the personal law firm for this corrupt president.

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