Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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Political CT Hack Jerome Corsi Claims Mueller Is Persecuting Him, Soon To Be Indicted...

Political conspiracy theorist, birther, and long time ally of Roger Stone, Jerome Corsi, says that he will soon be indicted by Robert Mueller, and guess what, it’s all due to the evil machinations of the Deep State. Washington Post: “The Department of Justice is run by criminals,” Corsi said, adding: “I think my crime really was that I supported Donald Trump. Now I guess I’ll go to prison for the rest of my life, because I dared to oppose the Deep State. “ […] On Monday, Corsi told listeners of his daily live-stream web program that he turned over two computers, emails and other communications to Mueller and sat for six interviews totaling more than 40 hours since receiving a subpoena two months ago. But he said that his cooperation had “exploded” in recent weeks and that Mueller’s team has now said he will be criminally charged. “I’m going to be indicted. That’s what we’ve been told. Everyone should know that,” he said. “I anticipate being indicted on a charge of some form of lying,” he said. “Trying to explain yourself to these people is impossible …. I guess I couldn’t tell the special prosecutor what he wanted to hear.” Corsi is one of nine associates of Roger Stone who have been interviewed by Robert Mueller to determine whether anyone in Trump’s orbit coordinated with WikiLeaks in the release of emails belonging to the DNC which were allegedly hacked by Russian operatives. Looks like the noose is tightening. I wonder when they’ll get to the part where Trump invited Russia to hack Hillary’s email on national television? Or, would that constitute “presidential harassment?” To receive articles of mine not published elsewhere become a patron on Patreon. Please follow me on Twitter @ursulafaw56  

Trump Is So Miserable and Dysfunctional In Paris Because He’s Scared Stiff Of What...

Donald Trump is at his most dysfunctional right now, which is saying quite a bit. He couldn’t even show up at a WWI memorial ceremony, lying that his helicopter was “grounded” and he was stopped by rain, while other world leaders effortlessly gathered together in sunshine and intermittent drizzle. Then he showed up two hours late to a major diplomatic dinner thrown by President Macron and was photographed hugging himself, which is his tell that he’s freaked out. So, what’s going on? American writer Greg Olear has a hypothesis. While the famous Trump baby blimp flies aloft the Place de la Republique, Trump is going to meet with the man who holds his future in his hands, Vladimir Putin. Bear in mind that both Putin and Trump know what Putin has over Trump — and maybe Robert Mueller knows. We’re going to find that out in due time. McConnell and Murdoch were photographed entering the building where McConnell’s office is a few nights ago. And Fox News did go radio silent on Twitter. Who knows what that’s about, but it certainly invites interesting speculation. Throwing Sessions into the street so precipitously and elevating con man Matthew Whitaker to run the Department of Justice was not a good idea. Trump realized how egregious his faux pas was and began walking the decision back immediately. Forgetting how to shake another man’s hand is not a good sign. Now, Trump is in Paris and clearly showing signs of major meltdown. CNN has reported that he is in “a sour mood” and “tense.”  The photographs taken with Trump and Macron either show a smiling Macron and a slumped over, visibly miserable Trump, or Macron clearly trying to make the best of it, like you or I might take the arm of a doddering relative on the verge of a breakdown, hoping to humor him. Merkel and Macron see a monster, Trump sees salvation, or at least forebearance — he hopes. Trump shook hands briefly with the man who pwns him, Putin, at the ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe. Notice how Trump gives a smile which is out of character for him. His usual grimace is a dominant sneer. Not in this case. This is the beaming tale wag that the beta dog gives when the alpha arrives on the scene. This is Donald being friendly and deferential to the man who can crush him like a gnat. Trump will meet with Putin and it won’t be like the cozy two hours in Helsinki without Pompeo or Bolton or anybody accountable to the American government present. Or, maybe Trump can sneak away for a private rendevous, who knows? This entire house of cards might be in the process of collapsing. It’s a cinch that Donald Trump is, just take a look.
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Donald Trump ‘played a central role’ in payoffs to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Donald Trump was directly involved in payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal that violated campaign regulations. The Wall Street Journal found that Mr. Trump was involved in...
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Mueller working on final report, Trump hasn’t turned in his homework, Whitaker won’t recuse

After months of declaring he was “eager” to talk to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and notably doing everything but talking to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Donald Trump agreed in September to answer questions from...
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New Acting Atty Genl Matthew Whitaker Is In Trump’s Pocket, Wrote Anti-Mueller Op-Ed

Mathew Whitaker is Trump’s hired henchman. Whitaker’s CNN Op-Ed, in part: Last month, when President Donald Trump was asked by The New York Times if special counsel Robert Mueller would be crossing a line if he started investigating the finances of Trump and his family, the President said, “I think that’s a violation. Look, this is about Russia.” __ The President is absolutely correct. Mueller has come up to a red line in the Russia 2016 election-meddling investigation that he is dangerously close to crossing. __ According to a CNN article, Mueller’s investigators could be looking into financial records relating to the Trump Organization that are unrelated to the 2016 election. According to these reports, “sources described an investigation that has widened to focus on possible financial crimes, some unconnected to the 2016 election.” The piece goes on to cite law enforcement sources who say non-Russia-related leads that “involve Trump associates” are being referred to the special counsel “to encourage subjects of the investigation to cooperate.” __ This information is deeply concerning to me. It does not take a lawyer or even a former federal prosecutor like myself to conclude that investigating Donald Trump’s finances or his family’s finances falls completely outside of the realm of his 2016 campaign and allegations that the campaign coordinated with the Russian government or anyone else. That goes beyond the scope of the appointment of the special counsel. __ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s letter appointing special counsel Robert Mueller does not give Mueller broad, far-reaching powers in this investigation. He is only authorized to investigate matters that involved any potential links to and coordination between two entities — the Trump campaign and the Russian government. People are wrongly pointing to, and taking out of context, the phrase “any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation” to characterize special counsel’s authority as broad. Washington Post: “I think what ultimately the president is going to start doing is putting pressure on Rod J. Rosenstein, who is in charge of this investigation, is acting attorney general, and really try to get Rod to maybe even cut the budget of Bob Mueller and do something a little more stage crafty than the blunt instrument of firing the attorney general and trying to replace him,” Whitaker said. Whitaker’s comments to CNN were first flagged by a group called Law Works. The question from there is whether this is just something Whitaker thought Trump and a new attorney general might do, or whether it’s something he would advocate for and do. (A Justice Department spokeswoman declined to comment.) Whitaker doesn’t explicitly say he would prefer this outcome, but it’s not difficult to see how Trump might see those comments and view Whitaker as a strong candidate to do his bidding. “Strong candidate to do his bidding.” Gotta hand it to the Post, they have a gift for understatement. Two thoughts: One, Mueller did take in quite a haul with seizing Paul Manafort’s assets, so he probably has a cushion, at least for a while; Two, if we have to, we do a GoFundMe. We could raise millions.
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Robert Mueller’s silence could end when the polls close, and so could Rod Rosenstein’s...

Republicans insisted that Special Counsel Robert Mueller stay quiet during the months before the election. But some sources are suggesting that silence will be broken very, very soon. While there really is no rule requiring...
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The Vanishing Witch Hunt: Trump’s Been Scared Off Tweeting About Mueller’s Russia Probe. Here’s...

For most of the past two years Donald Trump has been bellowing like a banshee stuck in a time loop that made him repeat the same tedious whining continuously: witch hunt, Witch Hunt, WITCH...
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Roger Stone vows not to ‘roll on the president’ as Mueller closes in—sound familiar?

Longtime Donald Trump associate Roger Stone is heading down a road oft traveled by other Trump associates. In a recently taped fundraising plea, Stone assured his viewers that even though Special Counsel Robert Mueller...
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Indictment of Russian national reveals massive project to fracture America using social media

On Friday afternoon, a Russian national was indicted for interference in the 2016 election and for plans to interfere in the 2018 midterms. Named in the indictment is Elena Khusyaynova. She is charged with creating thousands...
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Russian oligarchs may have directly funded Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign

During the 2016 campaign, Donald Trump repeatedly insisted that he would not be in the pocket of special interests—because he was too rich.  Trump: I'm self-funding my own campaign. It's my money. Trump repeatedly claimed during...

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