The Upcoming Mueller Report

Here’s how I predict this madness will end:

In a couple years #Mueller will issue a report that says Trump did not collude with Russia but that there was probable cause to prove that he lied to the FBI when he said he didn’t boink Stormy Daniels. A stained dress will be involved.

The blue dress?

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131 Responses to The Upcoming Mueller Report

  1. Somebody says:

    Peach 45, Peach 45, Peach 45

  2. Dora says:

    Do we really want to see Donna Shalala back in Washington again? I don’t!


    Citing frustration, former Clinton officials running in 2018

  3. Anthony says:

    Baltimore mayor goes apeshit on The Ingraham Angle. I was watching The Assassination of Gianni Versace to escape.

    • Jeffhas says:

      I don’t watch regularly, but caught this ‘live’…. it is crazy… completely nonsensical how she just blathers, rinses and repeats… I was frustrated along with LI…. sad, this is all they have.

    • DandyTIger says:

      I like how when Tucker has this type of crazy guest, he just lets them keep digging. They seem to have no idea how crazy they are. And just occasionally get in a word edgewise making fun of them, pointing out the crazy, and laughing. LI keep trying to talk over her, tried to get in some of those funny bits. But sometimes just give them more rope. 🙂

    • swanspirit says:

      Mayor Pugh looks as if she might be eligible for the Marion Barry award for doing drugs in office. Are we sure that Marketing Director isn’t her coke dealer? After all, they just built a statue of Mayor Barry, maybe she wants one too.
      Maybe the buses she provides will have heat, unlike some of the schools in Baltimore did this past winter.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Having lived with the craziness of DC, she is very typical of a certain group that have no real skills or job experience, no morals or manners, got their so called degrees for simply being enrolled for the right number of semesters and credits, hate everyone (including themselves), and think they are really special as they kick anyone with real ability off the ladder so they can feel superior. Oh, and yes, indulge in questionable recreational activities* 24/7. I notice no one ever bothers to mention how many people this type has done favors* for to get them positions way above their pay grade.

        They are even MORE horrid in person. In other words. MO & BO.

        * Drugs, sex, fake IDs and birth certificates (big racket – they use to lose piles of blank BCs in DC to the tune of at least $20,000 per on the black market), false allegations agaist enemies of the elite squad, . . . .

  4. Dora says:



    EXCLUSIVE – Arizona Senate Candidate Kelli Ward Tours Porous U.S.-Mexico Border with Rancher: ‘We’ve Got to Have the Wall’

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • 49erDweet says:

      I wonder when snowflakes hire a lawyer do they look for one that totally matches their politics? Or one with a rep for getting things done? This “gotta be likeable” mindset is so juvenile. Life ain’t high school.

      • Jadzia says:

        It’s a bit tricky and delicate when we represent folks who are very, very anti-Trump, not because we care one way or the other, but out of concern that they do. We haven’t lost any business over it, but the whole issue still stresses me out, especially in cases that attract media attention.

  6. Dora says:

    This is going to be good.


    Trump heads to California next week

  7. Dora says:

    De Blasio Or Putin Behind Cynthia Nixon’s Governor Bid: Cuomo

    Who’s behind Cynthia Nixon’s possible run for governor? Gov. Andrew Cuomo says one of two poeple is pulling the strings — Mayor Bill de Blasio or Russian President Vladimir Putin. The governor took a dismissive stance toward the “Sex and the City” actress Wednesday, saying her fame wouldn’t help her in a statewide election.

    • Anthony says:

      Read the comments. Pennsylvanians see right through it. Fake news.

    • Anthony says:

      Also, hope you’re doing alright. Been keeping you in my thoughts, and hope you’re processing through your loss with as little pain as possible.

  8. DeniseVB says:

    A Q for the Califonia TCHers. Was Gray Davis, a Dem, a worse governor than Moonbeam ? I was just reading about the recall and it seems those problems he was sh*tcanned for are worse now? Now that Brown has declared war on the federal government over illegals, how far are the citizens going to let him go?

    • votermom says:

      Hey Denise, totally OT – it wasn’t the dog shampoo that KTE was allergic to. She tried sniffing it again no reaction. It must have been something on puppeh’s fur that he picked up at the dog park.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Davis was an OK gov. Flaky but not as weird as moonbeam. Moonbeam’s dad was OK most of the time, too, so that gives Jr. a pass. Democrat politicians are stoopid, though, and CA’s are racing Chicago to see which can crap out and decay into nothingness, faster.

    • Jadzia says:

      I lived in LA during the Davis debacle, and don’t live in California anymore, but my feeling at the time was that the Davis thing was a bit of a tempest in a teapot. I mean, IIRC the two things people were really pissed about were an Enron bailout (which okay, NOT GOOD) and a vehicle registration fee increase. Not a unilateral decision to ignore federal immigration and border-security law, not the crazy criminal justice “reforms” that are defining criminality out of existence, and so on. My impression is that Moonbeam is a lot worse. Current Californians, what do you think?

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Dray Gavis was pretty much a blue dog. The GOP was behind the recall but the far left (which is sizeable in this state) hated him just as much.

      • DeniseVB says:

        We were there for Jerry Brown’s first term in the 70’s and wondering how the hell he got elected again. Cali deserves better 🙂

  9. helenk3 says:

    steel tariff delayed.

    I remember when Bethlehem Steel was Conrail’s biggest customer. Steel shipped all over the country and coal going into the steel plant. Then China started shipping cheaper steel to the USA and Bethlehem went out of business.
    I am conflicted on the tariff idea. I see the harm done to American businesses and agree something has to be done, but how much harm will the tariffs do? That needs to be investigated before they are implemented

    • Jadzia says:

      The death of the American steel industry absolutely killed the economy in the part of the Upper Midwest where I grew up, which depended on iron ore mining. Upper Michigan has never recovered and I suspect it never will.

    • Somebody says:

      What I’ve seen of th proposed tariffs they aren’t going to cause that much pain. The cost increase is negligible, a penny on a can of soup, less than a penny on a six pack. Far less impact on the price of a car than say requiring back up cameras, which didn’t cause heart palpitations.

      China isn’t playing fair and if we don’t stand up to them now then exactly when will we start? There are bigger implications too as far as national security. Heaven forbid we end up in a war and have to depend on China to supply armor or aluminum for planes etc., what if they aren’t on our side??? What if we’re fighting them?? Not to mention their product is inferior to ours.

      I kind of thought the tariffs would breathe life into the industry and I had hoped if they re-opened old plants they would modernize them. In the long run that modernizing will do more to level the playing field than anything else.

    • BjornTheBorg says:

      Bethlehem Steel went downhill in the 1960s when upper management calculated that they didn’t need to upgrade their mammoth facility and they ignored investments to cover rising pension costs. By the 1970s Japanese steel manufacturers used what were then “state of the art” production techniques to produce vast quantities of cheaper, higher quality steel. By the 1980s the company was doomed: shitty product, antiquated facilities, massive pension liabilities, and no money for capital investment. A 25% tariff would not have helped that company — they lost as much business to updated American plants as they did to Japanese manufacturers. China didn’t get seriously in to the steel export business until the 1990s.

      • Somebody says:

        That was why I mentioned modernizing, that is what is needed long term. Modernization is needed in other industries here beyond steel.

      • parentofed says:

        Steel, coal & ancillary industries in my town were decimated by cheap imports, ever-changing enviro goal posts [smog, particulates, ozone, acid rain, mercury, methane, carbon], regulations, and pension & union obligations that wiped out middle management and stopped modernization.
        Imported steel wasn’t better, it was lighter weight, which helped gas mileage after the oil crisis and met increasing EPA CAFE demands. I wonder if the recent recall of Japanese steel for long-standing defects doesn’t vindicate our industries a bit.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          “Defined benefit” union pensions devastated American industry and are killing state and local governments. They should be illegal.

          • 49erDweet says:

            Can’t disagree. We just did our taxes and after being retired forever my income is higher than my salary was. Go figure? That’s just not right.

  10. helenk3 says:

    bummer they wanted to indoctrinate instead of educate and now they are whining because they have to pay taxes

    • 49erDweet says:

      “Controllable”. That’s what snowflakes want in office. Controllable politicians. Trump ain’t. Ergo, they hate him.

    • John Denney says:

      Leftists want government to control the people.
      Americans want the People to control the government.
      Trump is an American.

  11. Dora says:

    • helenk3 says:

      too bad he waited so long to do so. should have stepped down months ago really years a go

    • 49erDweet says:

      From hero to has-been in three easy lessons.

    • lyn says:

      It’s about time!

    • taw46 says:

      “Democrats plan to tap Mark Kelly, the husband of former Rep. Gabby Giffords, for the race, according to beltway insiders. Sources said Kelly was contacted this week with the proposal.”

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I really hate the whole, I was married to so and so/I am so and so’s kid/I am BFF of the third cousin once removed from so and so’s college roommate so I should be able to have a spot just handed to me mentality.

        • taw46 says:

          They seem to want people with “star” power. I guess they think he would have it, since he is a former astronaut. And he is definitely anti-gun, so there’s that. Probably better known for that then the astronaut thingy. And as you said, the family connection. They also get the sympathy vote there. The sad thing is, he would have a good chance of winning if he decides to run. Doesn’t matter where he stands on policy.

        • 49erDweet says:

          It’s all they’ve got. And their moms all told them they were ‘special’.

    • Cisco says:

      I’ve said this about Sen. McCain
      His last years in office could have been remembered as his golden years and esteemed lawmaker.
      Instead he’ll be remembered as a spiteful old man who put a grudge before the welfare of the American people.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I do wonder when his problem was really first apparent. He has always been a waffler and made some truly bonehead moves but the last years he has not self corrected at all on anything. I also suspect it has been made worse by his staff and others making sure THEIR futures are secure. As in, to hell with him ,he has no clue any longer. So make sure they still get theirs while he is there to front the deals. If you watch him closely, most days he appears to be on auto pilot running on empty.

      • Anthony says:

        Amen. Spiteful, petty, bitter and shameful. Although I’m sympathetic toward anyone struggling with a terminal illness, his vote and hot Mic comment (lets see you make America great again NOW, Donald!) when he voted against repealing Obamacare is inexcusable. Fuck him.

    • lyn says:

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        • Somebody says:

          Meow, looks like Strassel’s message was effective

          • lyn says:

            LOL. I love a good cat fight.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Meghan is lucky she’s had her dad around so long after the diagnosis. GBM was a quick killer in the 80’s-90’s. My dad and sis only lived 6 mos and half of that was not good quality of life for them either. McCain should have retired from the Senate immediately and go home and enjoy his ranch and family. Life is short, even shorter when you’re stubborn 😉

  12. Dora says:

    “The Liberal World Order Is In Jeopardy”: Global Populism Rises To Highest Level Since World War II

  13. Somebody says:

    Next week will be 3 years I’ve been taking care of the grandkids……some things have gotten better, some worse. Today has been a difficult day and it is only half over. Between the puppies and the grandkids, I’m either going to end up a drunk or in the nut house.

  14. helenk3 says:

    OMG eating this would make me think I died and went to heaven

  15. taw46 says:

  16. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Gah, Prady’s timeline reads like the Women’s Marchers. He retweeted a nasty comment from Alyssa Milano to a Trump tweet.

  17. Cisco says:

    Spoil sports.
    Come on, cut ou GI’s some slack.💋
    St. Patrick’s Day shenanigan in Savannah that for decades has left marching soldiers with lipstick-smeared cheeks.

    Roughly 200 soldiers from nearby Fort Stewart are expected to march in the coastal Georgia city’s sprawling St. Patrick’s Day parade March 17. Traditionally, women wearing bright lipstick dart from the crowd to plant kisses on the faces of passing troops.

    A Fort Stewart spokesman and the parade’s chief organizer said Thursday the Army wants the soldier smooching stopped.

    Fort Stewart spokesman Kevin Larson said the marching soldiers “need to look professional” and “red lipstick is not part of the uniform.”

    Brian Counihan is chairman of the Savannah parade’s organizing committee. He says having spectators dash into the moving parade raises safety and security concerns.

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  20. Cisco says:

    Just some headlines from Breitbart that just have me shaking my head and wondering, just wtf?
    “leftist melt down, blame Republicans, Trump for Parkland massacre.”
    Then there’s this.
    “FL. House Demos vote unanimously to insure teachers can’t shoot back.”

  21. Dora says:

    OBAMA ON EDGE: DOJ to Disclose Secret FAST AND FURIOUS Records After SIX YEAR Fight
    posted by Hannity Staff – 44 mins ago

  22. Dora says:

    I don’t think this is real, but wouldn’t it be fun to watch? 🙂

  23. Myiq2xu™ says:

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  25. Dora says:

    Democrats should be sweating.

  26. helenk3 says:

    At 7PM eastern there is supposed to be a major annoucement from South Korea concerning North Korea.

    Peace or War?????

    • Cisco says:

      I say peace.
      I have a recollection that China’s position was if America attacked first, China would support NorKor.
      If NoKor attacked first, they’d be on their own.

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