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Former Watergate assistant special prosecutor Nick Akerman tore into outgoing President Donald Trump for his pardon of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn — and warned that a larger coverup is looming.

 

“I think you have to look at the big picture here,” said Akerman. “The big picture is that this is part of the continuing coverup of Donald Trump’s efforts to conceal what happened between his campaign in 2016 with the Russian government. It started with Jim Comey, his firing because he refused to basically give an oath of loyalty to Donald Trump. It continued when Robert Mueller was appointed, the continuing threats of firing Mueller and his staff. It continued with Roger Stone, who was — his sentence was commuted.”

 

“Other than Donald Trump, there were three key people that dealt with Russia during the campaign and were knowledgeable about the campaign’s situation with the Russian government,” added Akerman. “That was General Flynn, it was Roger Stone, and it was Paul Manafort. Roger Stone’s sentence for 40 months has been commuted. Paul Manafort somehow is now serving his sentence at home, as opposed to in a federal prison. I guarantee you he’s next on deck.”

 

“What we’re watching now is essentially the last chapter in ‘The Godfather’ where the mob boss goes out and makes sure he’s battened down the hatches, and everybody is on board,” concluded Akerman. “He’s making sure that all of these people are going to be loyal to him. They’re not going to rat him out and not reveal what occurred between the campaign and the Russian government. That’s what’s going on here. That’s what this is part of. It’s part of a much bigger scheme that’s been going on since 2016.”

 

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key words rednecks

 

 

“He’s making sure that all of these people are going to be loyal to him. They’re not going to rat him out and not reveal what occurred between the campaign and the Russian government. That’s what’s going on here. That’s what this is part of. It’s part of a much bigger scheme that’s been going on since 2016.”

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54 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Former Watergate assistant special prosecutor Nick Akerman tore into outgoing President Donald Trump for his pardon of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn — and warned that a larger coverup is looming.

 

“I think you have to look at the big picture here,” said Akerman. “The big picture is that this is part of the continuing coverup of Donald Trump’s efforts to conceal what happened between his campaign in 2016 with the Russian government. It started with Jim Comey, his firing because he refused to basically give an oath of loyalty to Donald Trump. It continued when Robert Mueller was appointed, the continuing threats of firing Mueller and his staff. It continued with Roger Stone, who was — his sentence was commuted.”

 

“Other than Donald Trump, there were three key people that dealt with Russia during the campaign and were knowledgeable about the campaign’s situation with the Russian government,” added Akerman. “That was General Flynn, it was Roger Stone, and it was Paul Manafort. Roger Stone’s sentence for 40 months has been commuted. Paul Manafort somehow is now serving his sentence at home, as opposed to in a federal prison. I guarantee you he’s next on deck.”

 

“What we’re watching now is essentially the last chapter in ‘The Godfather’ where the mob boss goes out and makes sure he’s battened down the hatches, and everybody is on board,” concluded Akerman. “He’s making sure that all of these people are going to be loyal to him. They’re not going to rat him out and not reveal what occurred between the campaign and the Russian government. That’s what’s going on here. That’s what this is part of. It’s part of a much bigger scheme that’s been going on since 2016.”

 

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Watergate?

 

LMFAO!!!!!!

 

It's 2021 mother fucker!

 

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""OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE""

 

 

“What we’re watching now is essentially the last chapter in ‘The Godfather’ where the mob boss goes out and makes sure he’s battened down the hatches, and everybody is on board,” concluded Akerman. “He’s making sure that all of these people are going to be loyal to him. They’re not going to rat him out and not reveal what occurred between the campaign and the Russian government. That’s what’s going on here. That’s what this is part of. It’s part of a much bigger scheme that’s been going on since 2016.”

 

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Mueller: 'We would have said so' if we concluded Trump didn't ...

www.businessinsider.com/mueller-would-have-said...

Mueller's comments on Wednesday echoed his report, which said, "If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of justice ...

 

 

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columnist Margaret Carlson 

 

 

“To those worried we will never rid ourselves of Trump, watch as he shrinks before our very eyes in a Washington minute from leader of the free world to a broken-down real estate developer UP TO HIS EARS in debt,” she wrote. “On Monday, Trump was just another dumpy 74-year-old man wheeling around the golf course in a motorized cart wondering how long it would be until his next cheeseburger.”

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OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

Mueller: 'We would have said so' if we concluded Trump didn't ...

www.businessinsider.com/mueller-would-have-said...

Mueller's comments on Wednesday echoed his report, which said, "If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of justice ...

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20 hours ago, benson13 said:

""OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE""

 

 

“What we’re watching now is essentially the last chapter in ‘The Godfather’ where the mob boss goes out and makes sure he’s battened down the hatches, and everybody is on board,” concluded Akerman. “He’s making sure that all of these people are going to be loyal to him. They’re not going to rat him out and not reveal what occurred between the campaign and the Russian government. That’s what’s going on here. That’s what this is part of. It’s part of a much bigger scheme that’s been going on since 2016.”

 

2017-05-27T15-17-55-766Z--1280x720.nbcnews-fp-360-200.jpg

 

Mueller: 'We would have said so' if we concluded Trump didn't ...

www.businessinsider.com/mueller-would-have-said...

Mueller's comments on Wednesday echoed his report, which said, "If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of justice ...

 

 

 

Trump learned from an expert, Obama, who wrote the instruction manual on Obstruction of Justice:

 

 

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6 hours ago, IcebergSlim said:

But Hillary did what?

 

Bought a fake, phony dossier from Richard Steele? Check.

Willfully and maliciously used that dossier to attempt a coup against President Trump? Check.

Assisted her buddies Comey Schiff & Co with filing false docx with the FISA Court? Check

Refused to increase security forces when she was asked to for, months, by the exact same personnel who were killed in the Benghazi attack? Check!

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On 11/26/2020 at 5:20 AM, benson13 said:

Former Watergate assistant special prosecutor Nick Akerman tore into outgoing President Donald Trump for his pardon of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn — and warned that a larger coverup is looming.

 

“I think you have to look at the big picture here,” said Akerman. “The big picture is that this is part of the continuing coverup of Donald Trump’s efforts to conceal what happened between his campaign in 2016 with the Russian government. It started with Jim Comey, his firing because he refused to basically give an oath of loyalty to Donald Trump. It continued when Robert Mueller was appointed, the continuing threats of firing Mueller and his staff. It continued with Roger Stone, who was — his sentence was commuted.”

 

“Other than Donald Trump, there were three key people that dealt with Russia during the campaign and were knowledgeable about the campaign’s situation with the Russian government,” added Akerman. “That was General Flynn, it was Roger Stone, and it was Paul Manafort. Roger Stone’s sentence for 40 months has been commuted. Paul Manafort somehow is now serving his sentence at home, as opposed to in a federal prison. I guarantee you he’s next on deck.”

 

“What we’re watching now is essentially the last chapter in ‘The Godfather’ where the mob boss goes out and makes sure he’s battened down the hatches, and everybody is on board,” concluded Akerman. “He’s making sure that all of these people are going to be loyal to him. They’re not going to rat him out and not reveal what occurred between the campaign and the Russian government. That’s what’s going on here. That’s what this is part of. It’s part of a much bigger scheme that’s been going on since 2016.”

 

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I needed a refresher course.  Thanks! 

 

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On 11/26/2020 at 6:20 AM, benson13 said:

 

Watergatewasthe same tactics used on Nixon that were applied to Trump since 2016.  Guess a common figure in both?  During Nixon an intern, during Trump's campaign His opponent.  Bitice the common usual suspects working the administration of fundamentally changing America as defending of personalliberty to protector of government rights in the two presidencies of WJC and BHO with incomming President Elected Biden got elected and Harris takes the office by tech fraud and planned outcomes for the last 60 years. 

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