Justice Department takes the unusual step of denying that Mueller report will come out next week.

By |2019-02-22T14:34:35-08:00February 22nd, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |10 Comments

Once again, not sure if I should be disappointed or encouraged by this news.

Courtesy of CNN:

Special counsel Robert Mueller is not expected to deliver his report on the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election next week, a Justice Department official briefed on the plans told CNN.

As CNN has previously reported, the precise timing of the announcement has been a moving target, but Justice officials are cognizant of President Donald Trump’s upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam next week, which could play a role in the report’s timing. Trump said Wednesday that it’s “totally up to Bill Barr” whether Mueller’s report comes out while he is overseas next week

CNN reported Wednesday that newly confirmed Attorney General Barr was preparing to announce the report’s completion as early as next week, signaling the impending end of the investigation and the start of a potentially contentious political battle over what parts of the report will be made public.

The official declined to comment Friday why the report may not be ready next week, saying the timing has always been a moving target.

I am not really sure if this delay is due to Trump being in Vietnam next week or if CNN and NBC just got bad info. 

It was a little confusing as to how they could be ready to submit this report when they just recently got some of those congressional transcripts and are still going through the evidence seized in the Roger Stone’s residence.

On the other hand, I feel like the clock is ticking and that new Attorney General Bill Barr has plans to shut this whole thing down in the very near future. 

Though I am pretty convinced that it is too late to keep the truth from leaking out no matter what bullshit he tries to pull on Trump’s behalf. 

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10 Comments

  1. WHO is going to Geneva? February 22, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    Well just as that ISIS dumbo bimbo bride said: ‘gosh I got my passport in the mail in 10 days’. Better hurry up boys.

  2. Anonymous February 22, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    O/T Has anyone seen the Netflix series The Fall? The psychopath killer guy in it is a dead ringer for Track Palin in the scenes in which he has a beard.

  3. Paul February 22, 2019 at 6:20 pm

    Maybe the Justice Department is waiting for Donnie Dotard to defect to North Korea so he could be with his good friend Kim.

  4. anon February 22, 2019 at 9:36 pm

    How is the problem fixed, the Electoral College is still there.

    Can’t imagine JFK threatening to murder Americans on Park Ave like trump did.

  5. anon February 22, 2019 at 9:44 pm

    Can you imagine if San diego-born Mario Lopez threatened murder on park ave like trump did – trump would surround him inside a wall, force him to rake forests, lock his kids in a cage, offer $130k to bang his wife, and ship everyone south.

    All.for.the evangelical vote.

    • anonymous February 23, 2019 at 8:09 am

      Are you a Park Ave Troll?

  6. anonymous February 23, 2019 at 6:58 am

    https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/23/mueller-misses-deadline-on-mysterious-manafort-sentencing-memo.html

    https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/23/analysis-false-mueller-report-rumors-show-barr-is-not-playing-trumps-game.html

    “There are uncharged crimes, outstanding subpoenas, pending cooperation agreements and unresolved, possibly sealed cases, he said, which would seem to be snipped in the middle if Mueller’s report was issued imminently.”

    https://www.politicususa.com/2019/02/23/expert-muellers-evidence-files-must-be-turned-over-to-congress.html

    “The FBI set a precedent in the Clinton case by turning over nearly the entire case file to Congress within three months of the investigation closing.”

    “Now that that precedent has been set, there’s no good argument for not doing so here.”

  7. ChronoPay February 23, 2019 at 7:16 am

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/kremlin-accused-her-of-being-a-us-spy-she-offered-to-go-to-moscow?ref=home

    the trial ended without the court hearing from a key figure in the prosecution’s theory: the analyst herself, who says the Russian military appears to be on the verge of convicting Stoyanov for treason he didn’t commit.
    {$10 Million-Red $parrow?}
    “I formally requested to testify, and they said no,” said Kimberly Zenz, a veteran cybercrime threat analyst who was caught up in the Russian intrigue while working for Verisign’s iDefense threat intelligence division.
    “You’d think the opportunity to interrogate a ‘spy’ would be exciting for them, but they don’t even bother to pretend.”
    The entire matter is considered a state secret in Russia, and with few hard details to go on initial speculation linked the arrests to Russia’s election interference campaign. Zenz worked as an analyst at iDefense for a decade beginning in 2006, about a year after it was acquired by Verisign. She specialized in Russian hacker groups, and divided her time between her home in Northern Virginia, where iDefense was based, and a rented apartment in Moscow. Vrublevsky’s allegations..”We investigated Kimberly and saw clear signs of CIA affiliation,” That evidence of Zenz’s double life includes her home address in Virginia.
    “She lived in the same village where CIA is—McLean,”
    “The essence of the deal is that the state gets access to the technologies and information of ‘cyberthieves,’ in exchange for allowing them to steal abroad with impunity,” he wrote in a letter from jail made public in 2017.
    Ironically, one of Stoyanov’s co-defendants, a black hat hacker turned FSB officer named Dmitry Dokuchaev, has been indicted in the U.S. for doing just that—

  8. anonymous February 23, 2019 at 7:42 am

    https://www.salon.com/2019/02/23/if-trump-is-worried-about-the-end-of-muellers-investigation-hes-worrying-about-the-wrong-thing/

    “What we don’t yet know is what took place during those meetings and whether Trump himself directed, participated in, or knew about these encounters, such as the infamous Trump Tower meeting between six Russians with connections to Kremlin intelligence and Donald Trump Jr, Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort, then Trump’s campaign chairman.

    Mueller is not going to make the mistake James Comey made as director of the FBI when he issued his report at the close of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private mail server during her time as secretary of state. In announcing that the FBI found that Clinton had committed no crimes, Comey tarred and feathered her politically, saying she had been careless and sloppy in handling her private emails.” “There are no “red lines” to cross for the prosecutors who are looking into stuff like the Trump Moscow tower deal, the $107 million raised for Trump’s lame-ass inauguration, and the payoffs Trump made to porn stars and Playboy playmates to keep them quiet before the election. Not to mention the shenanigans Trump has run through his company and his foundation. But the thing that should worry Trump the most is that when Mueller’s investigation ends, the muzzles come off the coterie of criminals Trump has surrounded himself with. As long as Mueller had people like Rick Gates, Michael Flynn, Michael Cohen, Felix Sater, and David Pecker cooperating with his investigation, they were constrained from what they could share with the Congress and the press about what they know.” “none of Trump’s buddies are part of the deep state. They’re his people. He picked them. He paid them. They worked for him. Everything he said to them before, during, and after the campaign is now fair game.”

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