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Comey was investigating Flynn.

Trump asked Comey to drop the Flynn investigation.

Comey refused, so Trump fired him. Trump stated publicly that was his reason.

Flynn has now confessed to one of the felonies for which Comey was investigating him.

How is this not Trump obstructing justice and conspiracy to interfere with a criminal investigation?
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10 minutes ago, theLion said:
Comey was investigating Flynn.

Trump asked Comey to drop the Flynn investigation.

Comey refused, so Trump fired him. Trump stated publicly that was his reason.

Flynn has now confessed to one of the felonies for which Comey was investigating him.

How is this not Trump obstructing justice and conspiracy to interfere with a criminal investigation?

Benson is relieved...he was taking a beating on the other forum.

 

LOL

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5 minutes ago, KneeJerk said:

Not even close.

 

Flynn lied to the FBI about something he did that was NOT illegal.

 

 

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                        "We got him now?"

 

 

kj

Lying to the FBI IS illegal, dolt.

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10 minutes ago, theLion said:
So let me get this straight

 

Let me help you. 

 

34 minutes ago, theLion said:
Comey was investigating Flynn.

Trump asked Comey to drop the Flynn investigation.

Comey refused, so Trump fired him. Trump stated publicly that was his reason.

Flynn has now confessed to one of the felonies for which Comey was investigating him.

How is this not Trump obstructing justice and conspiracy to interfere with a criminal investigation?

 

1. Yes, because the Obama administration illegally unmasked him during a private conversation.

 

2. No.

 

3. Nope, Comey was fired for insubordination. Trump never said Comey was fired for investigating Flynn.

 

4. Yes, because he was illegally unmasked and set up by the Obama administration.

 

5. Because it isn't.

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59 minutes ago, theLion said:
Comey was investigating Flynn.

Trump asked Comey to drop the Flynn investigation.

Comey refused, so Trump fired him. Trump stated publicly that was his reason.

Flynn has now confessed to one of the felonies for which Comey was investigating him.

How is this not Trump obstructing justice and conspiracy to interfere with a criminal investigation?

Same way Karate wasn't convicted for murder in California.

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2 hours ago, theLion said:
Comey was investigating Flynn.

Trump asked Comey to drop the Flynn investigation.

Comey refused, so Trump fired him. Trump stated publicly that was his reason.

Flynn has now confessed to one of the felonies for which Comey was investigating him.

How is this not Trump obstructing justice and conspiracy to interfere with a criminal investigation?

 

excellent question!

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8 hours ago, theLion said:
Comey was investigating Flynn.

Trump asked Comey to drop the Flynn investigation.

Comey refused, so Trump fired him. Trump stated publicly that was his reason.

Flynn has now confessed to one of the felonies for which Comey was investigating him.

How is this not Trump obstructing justice and conspiracy to interfere with a criminal investigation?

Trump did not say he fired Comey for not dropping the investigation.  He fired him because he refused to tell America, what he REPEATEDLY told Trump in private:   That Trump wasn't under investigation.

 

No wonder you can't figure this shit out, you STILL believe your own lies. 

 

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8 hours ago, theLion said:
Comey was investigating Flynn.

Trump asked Comey to drop the Flynn investigation.

Comey refused, so Trump fired him. Trump stated publicly that was his reason.

Flynn has now confessed to one of the felonies for which Comey was investigating him.

How is this not Trump obstructing justice and conspiracy to interfere with a criminal investigation?

It is obstruction. The question is can a sitting President be indicted for a violation of a criminal statute?

 

It is certainly grounds for impeachment which makes Congress complicit in criminal behavior.

 

Of course, there is no immunity from prosecution after he leaves office, and we are going to witness the first President to be arrested and face criminal charges after leaving office on both state and federal charges.

 

If you think the daily news on Trump is a circus now, just wait.

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2 minutes ago, skews13 said:

I'm a lying cunt, and Golfboy's bitch.   I can't refute anything he says, so I lie and claim he violated for rules so I could delete his posts and threads. 

And then you ran like a little liberal bitch when I demanded you prove your claim.

 

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People forget what happened. When donald stain fired Comey, he put out an absurd reason that it was for treating Hillary badly over the e-mails. His administration rushed to back up that claim. Then he did an interview and threw them all under the bus by admitting it was over Russia.

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