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By Tuesday, May 16 We the People  8 Comments


“The conversation described in [former FBI Director Comey’s] notes raises new questions about whether Trump may have crossed any legal lines into criminal behavior by pressuring the FBI to end an investigation.”

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  1. Patrick Fennell says:

    If this memo really came out why wasn’t it turned over to the AG? And more anonymous sources? Ben give us those sources.

    1. George Grumbach says:

      Be patient, Patrick. The Comey memo has been demanded by both congressional committees. Oh, in addition, Mr. Putin will also provide a memo of the Oval Office intelligence fiasco if Trump agrees. Will Putin’s memo give Trump a defense, or will Putin throw Trump under a bus? What do you predict?

      1. Patrick Fennell says:

        After ten months give us ONE fact that there was collusion. Just one piece of proof. There is none because if there was Clinton News Network, the NY Times, Washington Post of LSNBC would have leaked it by now.

  2. George Grumbach says:

    Patrick, you are doing the bob and weave. The issue is whether Trump asked Comey to drop the investigation of the liar Flynn and his contacts with Trump’s great and good Russian friends. Comey’s associates say Comey wrote his usual contemporaneous memo of this conversation and that it quotes Trump as asking Comey to give Flynn a pass. Trump has suggested that he recorded that conversation, and his mouthpieces seem to deny that Trump ever said anything like that. So, on this matter, your demand for proof of collusion is a red herring. If there is a Comey memo, it will be produced. If there are White House tapes, I bet they won’t be. But if you really want facts as to whether Trump is connected to the Russians, why don’t you demand that he release his tax returns, like every recent past president? And if they were not colluding, why did Flynn lie to Pence about his contacts with the Russians?

    1. Patrick Fennell says:

      Give us one Russian name that rigged the election. Just one or shut-up! It’s been over ten months now and even Clinton News Network has given a name and they make things up every day.

      1. George Grumbach says:

        Now you sound like a broken record. But here is the name you asked for: Putin.

    2. RAC says:

      Who killed Seth Rich?

      1. George Grumbach says:

        And did the murderer of Seth Rich kill Roger Ailes? Was it the DNC or aliens?

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