Lawyer claims that Michael Cohen can fill in bulk of redacted information from Mueller report.

By |2019-04-18T08:44:13-08:00April 18th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |14 Comments

I’m listening.

Courtesy of The Hill:

Lanny Davis, the attorney for Michael Cohen, said Thursday that Cohen “can fill in the bulk of the redactions” in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, which is set to be released on Thursday.

Davis added that Cohen, President Trump’s former longtime lawyer, “has 7 days, 70 hours, + 100 pages of what” Mueller’s team knows.

“As the #Country waits for the #MuellerReport, know this … it does not matter how #Barr #RedactedMuellerReport. @MichaelCohen212 has 7 days, 70 hours, + 100 pages of what #TeamMueller knows and can fill in the bulk of the redactions. Nice try Mr. @POTUS. #Truth We will tell it all,” Davis wrote in a tweet.

We now have this report, and there are indeed a number of sections that are egregiously redacted, so if Cohen is willing to talk I am interested in what he has to say.

However, if this is just another ploy to keep his name in the headlines, he can fuck right off. 

There is also a chance that we will see more from these redacted sections leaked from the Roger Stone case since the judge has already stated that he will get the full report, and much of the redacted information has to do with that case. 

Right now I don’t care where it comes from, I just want to see the full report. 

What I have seen so far is very damaging to Trump, but I cannot help but think that what we have not seen is even more so. 

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  1. Jim Wright April 18, 2019 at 2:13 pm

    FB>”If this was 2010 and the target of the report was Barack Obama, Tea Party Republicans would have finished Impeachment proceedings by 11AM and would right now be building a gallows on the National Mall.”

    “Oh Shit!X1000”

    “Yes. I will have an analysis of the redacted Mueller Report.
    It will take a couple of days.
    Even with the (FUCKING HOLY SHIT YOU LYING BASTARDS EXTENSIVE) redactions, it’s a lot of material to go through — and I need to talk to some experts on certain areas. So, a few days.
    If you want snap impressions, I suggest Twitter.”

    • Jim Wright April 18, 2019 at 2:59 pm

      Fb”Impeach Trump.

      There is more than enough reason to begin impeachment proceedings. We impeached both Nixon and Clinton for far less than is in the Mueller Report.

      So, impeach Trump.

      Impeach him in the House. Take up the investigation, one he CANNOT stop or obstruct or redact, one his pet Attorney General and his cronies cannot impede, one that Trump himself has NO control over whatsoever, and impeach him if that’s where the evidence leads.

      THEN if the Senate refuses to convict, if Mitch McConnell refuses to take up the impeachment, refuses his duty and the Senate stands by him, hang it around their dirty cowardly necks like a fucking albatross.

      Make them own it in 2020. Make them own it forever.”

      • Anonymous April 19, 2019 at 2:51 am

        Yes. This.
        Clinton lied about a blow job and was impeached.
        Let that sink in people.

        • Anonymous April 19, 2019 at 6:50 am

          Actually, Clinton lied to federal investigators, that was the crime.

  2. anonymous April 18, 2019 at 4:50 pm

    What we’ve learned today is that Attorney General Barr deliberately distorted significant portions of Special Counsel Mueller’s report.
    Special Counsel Mueller’s report paints a disturbing picture of a president who has been weaving a web of deceit, lies and improper behavior and acting as if the law doesn’t apply to him. But if you hadn’t read the report and listened only to Mr. Barr, you wouldn’t have known any of that because Mr. Barr has been so misleading.
    Trump is fond of saying investigate the investigators, but it is time to investigate Trump’s attorney general. That is the purpose of the May 2 hearing that Barr is supposed to testify at. The time has come for Democrats to investigate William Barr’s role in the Mueller report cover-up. It is clear that the Attorney General lied. The question is, what is Congress going to do about it?

  3. Whatevs April 18, 2019 at 7:09 pm

    O/T did you see $carah’s Insta and the bad taste and false Tiger Woods meme? She’s getting quite ripped for it.

    • Anonymous April 19, 2019 at 2:53 am

      But what about the TriG’s birthday?
      No mention of that?
      Why’s that?
      Cause the birthday was back in December?

    • Anonymous April 19, 2019 at 2:58 am

      Looks like there finally was a birthday post for TriG…apparently he had “surgery: on his birthday. Who schedules surgery on your kids’ birthday?? I guess he needed ear tubes or his teeth cleaned and dental work. TriG’s are often put under anesthesia for prolonged dental work. But he recovered enough to be outside, so I guess ear tubes. Or maybe a cardiac cath to check on the hole in his heart.

  4. Anon April 18, 2019 at 9:29 pm

    Is Track throwing a party tomorrow night for when the clock strikes midnight?
    Btw is he required to stay off mind-altering substances, or is he free to do heroin with his whore mother?

  5. Anon April 18, 2019 at 9:31 pm

    That dude always looks like he needs to wash his face.

  6. Rawstory April 19, 2019 at 6:46 am

    “Attorney General William Barr has been facing widespread criticism for his vigorous defense of President Donald Trump during a Thursday morning press conference held the day he released a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report for the Russia investigation. But Barr’s defense of the president didn’t begin on Thursday: after Mueller completed his investigation and gave his report to Barr in March, the attorney general sent a four-page letter to Congress that was favorable enough to Trump for the president to insist that he had been totally vindicated. And in an article for the New York Times, Charlie Savage (known for his reporting on national security and legal matters) offers a detailed Barr/Mueller comparison showing the ways in which the attorney general spun Mueller’s comments in Trump’s favor.

    In his letter in March, Barr wrote that Mueller “recognized that ‘the evidence does not establish that the president was involved in an underlying crime related to Russian election interference,’ and that, while not determinative, the absence of such evidence bears upon the president’s intent with respect to obstruction.” But Mueller’s report, Savage notes, also said that “the evidence does point to a range of other possible personal motives animating the president’s conduct. These include concerns that continued investigation would call into question the legitimacy of his election and potential uncertainty about whether certain events—such as advance notice of WikiLeaks’ release of hacked information or the June 9, 2016 meeting between senior campaign officials and Russians, could be seen as criminal activity by the president, his campaign or his family.”Savage notes that Barr’s “use of Mr. Mueller’s words turned the special counsel’s meaning on its head: the brief excerpt came from a list of other possible reasons Mr. Trump might have had to corruptly impede the investigation, and which Mr. Barr did not mention.”

    In his March letter, Barr quoted Mueller’s report as saying that it “did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.” According to Barr, that showed that his probe “did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election.” But Savage, comparing Mueller’s report and Barr’s interpretation of it, stresses that Barr “took a larger passage in which the Mueller report suggested that the Trump campaign and the Russian government were knowingly dancing together at a distance, and then excerpted a fragment to make it look like a cleaner exoneration.”

    In his March letter, Barr wrote that Mueller’s report was inconclusive on whether or not Trump’s actions pertaining to the Russia investigation constituted obstruction of justice. Barr wrote that Mueller’s report “sets out evidence on both sides of the question and leaves unresolved what the special counsel views as ‘difficult issues’ of law and fact concerning whether the president’s actions and intent could be viewed as obstruction.” And according to Savage, Barr took the report’s reference to “difficult issues” out of context. Savage writes, “In fact, Mr. Mueller made clear that the difficulties resided in accusing Mr. Trump of committing a crime; if the facts had exonerated him, he would have been willing to say so.””

  7. anonymous April 19, 2019 at 6:50 am

    Attorney General William Barr insisted that the purpose of the briefing was to “discuss my response to that report.” and not, by implication, a platform from which Mueller might steal the spotlight or worse, protest the jabberwocky that came flying out of the AG’s mouth.
    Barr has been spinning like a top, acting more like the president’s disingenuous, sleazy, personal mouthpiece than living up to his job description. That, by the way, according to the DoJ’s official website, is to “represent the United States in legal matters.” Not Trump, Mister Barr. Us.
    As for Russia, the real Mueller report, and not the Barr make-believe version, does establish the Trump campaign was more than open to Russia’s come ons, just not to the point of active conspiracy: “[T]he investigation established multiple links between Trump Campaign officials and individuals tied to the Russian government.

    To paraphrase Sir Thomas More in A Man for All Seasons (and the Bible), it profits a man nothing to give his soul for the whole world… but for Trump?

  8. Anon April 19, 2019 at 7:37 am

    I’ll keep this short, FUCK REPUBLICANS.

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