I’m not worried

All the people celebrating right now are assuming that Trump is guilty of something. They are assuming that the Feeb found admissible evidence against Trump. They are assuming that Trump will be impeached.

I’m not worried because I presume that Trump is innocent.

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85 Responses to I’m not worried

  1. Cisco says:

    April 9, 2018 at 4:30 pm
    Muller is out of control along with the FBI.
    Time to stop this fuckery before it gets way way out of hand, as if its not already.
    I’m not normally a tin foil hat guy, but this is starting to smell like a coup under the guise of legality.

    • Constance says:

      It is definitely a coup attempt. I’m stunned at how far they are willing to go. Do they think they look righteous?

  2. DandyTIger says:

    I’m mostly worried about the precedents being set. Though I understand now that attorney-client privilege can be bypassed if there was something illegal coordinated between them. But they did the fishing expedition to go through the materials first. I’m going to guess this is not the first time this sort of thing has happened, but all this resist stuff is pushing the constitutional limits all over the map.

    • Ann says:

      There were some responses on Legal Insurrection on how this should have been handled and (surprise, surprise) was not.

    • Venus E. Lee says:

      The drop dead PROOF you have to have of criminal coordination to break attorney-client privilege is nowhere near met here.

      I’m with Scott Adams — fire them all.

  3. mcnorman says:

    Someone just reminded me that Edwards was pinched for having someone make payments to his mistress. Logic is that the payment could be construed as a campaign finance violation (if someone other than Trump was the source of the funds, regardless if the funds actually came from the campaign) if the payment was not reported as a campaign contribution.

    Personally, fire every single one of these assholes that has been taxing the country with their constant POTUS assaults as well as costing the taxpayer an enormous amount of money.

    • mcnorman says:

      Oh yeah, the red line has been crossed.

    • Ann says:

      Wasn’t Trump funding the vast majority of his campaign? So he suddenly doesn’t have a $130K retainer-slush-fund with his attorney to pay her off?

      I’m not sure why something from 12 years ago would have anything to do with a campaign in 2016, but then again I am not a swamp-creature looking under rocks for something, anything, on Presiden Trump.

      • mcnorman says:

        I’m with you Ann but these cretins are now beyond logic. The swamp will do anything to keep their swamp thriving. They stand against the people who elected POTUS. IMHO, there is no boundary/line that they will not cross in order to take down Trump. The ignoratti on the left are dying to dance on his grave. They are more than thrilled to have Mueller et al do whatever to impede this presidency.

  4. Anthony says:

    Anybody know exactly WTF my little Jefferson Beauregard is doing about this?? He better transfer all the obama holdovers the fuck outta the DOJ, cut Mueller’s balls off, or step aside and let someone else do what he’s failing to do. This resistance’ movement is bullshit, and now it’s going a bridge too fucking far.

    • Ann says:

      I don’t know if you read Ace of Spades but there is a poster there named JackStraw who has been following what Sessions and the OIG have been doing for quite some time. He puts together summaries and reminds people what has happened to date.

      I go through every few days and control+F for his posts to see what is new, and then go find the source documents and videos. (So it isn’t just blinders or hearts and unicorns type postings. There are sources.)

      Anyhooo, if you have the chance take a look at some of the posts (comments) there from him. It shows Sessions isn’t quite as sleepy or do-nothing as many (most) people assume.

  5. DandyTIger says:

    Over on Lou Dobb’s show discussing this issue, an interesting point was brought up. That this is Muller trying to get fired. The only way he saves face is to get fired and then say he was coming up with stuff, but the President stopped him. So the last thing he should do is fire. But also the last thing he should to is talk to Muller or any of his people, and only do what’s absolutely necessary to cooperate. And mostly put it behind him and ignore Muller. But if there is anything to do, don’t do it himself, let a normal DOJ impeachment process possibly make its way through the system to get rid of them.

  6. helenk3 says:

    random tinfoil hat theory
    the chemical attack in syria seems to have the rinos and the dems all hollering for all out war. morning joe says send our troops to Syria and not along our border. Did someone in the clinton dem swamp pay to have a chemical attack occur to keep our border open?

    • dm says:

      I must have bought my tin foil at the same store as you. I told my husband today that I found the timing of this attack quite curious as Trump was reportedly saying just last week he wants us to get the hell out of there…I found the timing of this event a bit too coincidental.

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  8. NewOrleans says:

    I’m not worried. But I’m fucking pissed!

    I want one – just ONE! – of the other goddamn side to be put through the ringer. Just ONE!

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  12. helenk3 says:

    mueller, comey, mccabe,and rosenstein and their crew make julius and ethel rosenberg seem like patriots

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  15. taw46 says:

    Alan Dershowitz on Hannity show. Said if FBI raided Hillary’s lawyer’s office, ACLU would be screaming all over the place. But not a peep from them.

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  21. Somebody says:

    Glad you’re not worried Klown, I am. POTUS is correct this is a witch hunt.

    I agree with your opinion that he is innocent. I don’t for 1 minute think he colluded with Russia or obstructed justice. However, there are plenty of innocent people that get convicted of crimes. Usually those cases involve dirty cops and/ or prosecutors…..gee that seems familiar.

    Impeachment not prosecution is the goal. Impeachment is a political process and doesn’t follow the rules of evidence a court would. If there is anything in Cohen’s files that can be construed as a crime, no matter how small the D’s will push for impeachment. They are currently outnumbered, but I don’t want POTUS’s fate in the hands of rinos.

    I am also pisses at Sessions. Time for him to man up and deal with his Frankenstein twins Robert and Rod.

    • taw46 says:

      Dershowitz thinks that is what Mueller is up to, that he will write a report, heavily slanted, that the House can use for impeachment.

  22. DandyTIger says:

    I like Scott Adams attitude about just go ahead and fire them all. And bring on the consequences. But I think Trump should still be careful. I like the idea of impeachment or other legal means to clamp down on the witch hunt. But I do like the idea of at least firing both Sessions and Rosenstein. Clearly warranted and reasonable. And ostensibly has no direct effect on the Muller probe. Might have an interesting effect though. Rosenstein has helped and given the green light to lots of these moves. Imagine someone above Muller not being so encouraging, and perhaps demanding intermediate reports.

    • 1539days says:

      Right now, Sessions is the AG of the US and Rosenstein is the AG of Russia. If either one is fired, a new AG could not be appointed without Senate approval. Now, #3 in line is a former Rick Scott appointee and may be more restrictive of Mueller’s free reign.

      The new danger is that Mueller has now pulled New York into this. The fallback scenario for the Democrats, if Mueller is fired or Trump just pardons everyone, is to start prosecuting and convicting people in the state of New York, where the Democrats are in charge and a president has no pardon power over state sentences.

  23. mothy2017 says:

    I’m worried.

    • swanspirit says:

      I am not worried. I am pissed off, beyond livid. What I want to know, is where Mueller is getting his empowerment to pull off this crap, that is essentially unconstitutional. someone is pulling some strings covertly, beyond Mueller. I just do not sense he is acting alone on his own.

  24. SHV says:

    “On October 13th 2016, presidential candidate Donald Trump delivered a speech that defines these moment in our nation’s history. Part of that speech was put to a video. The entire transcript of that speech is below.”
    (In Oct 2016, this speech could have been read as usual political hyperbole, today it can be re-read as calming understatement; the exposed and evolving reality is much worse)


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    • Lulu says:

      I remember when the US didn’t put failed Brits who couldn’t cut it on the telly in the UK on OUR airwaves.

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    • Lulu says:

      Yes. The Southern slaver Jeff Sessions is protecting the jewel in the crown of the Northeast law enforcement and justice establishment Robert Mueller, inside guy with Whitey Bulger and rabbit chaser nonpareil of the wrong terrorism suspects, who hires fellow psychopath abusive Stassi prosecutors. Tis a puzzlement. Maybe the Office of Professional Responsibility who wrote the justification for axxing the pinhead McCabe could run one on Mueller and his wreckers too. Maybe include this judge too since he has set a precedent for raiding attorney offices and homes. Be careful what you wish for lawyers. What goes around comes around.

  29. swanspirit says:

    I just joined MeWe to check it out. Same name as Fascist book. Looks interesting so far, feel free to add me there if you come over. 🙂 FUCK Fuckerberg

  30. Jadzia says:

    Pop quiz: who has the higher approval rating in his country: Donald Trump or Emmanuel Macron? The answer will surprise you!

    • Jadzia says:

      Okay, I won’t keep you in suspense. According to BFMTV this morning, either 35 or 39% (can’t remember which) currently approve of the job Macron is doing.

    • Jadzia says:

      Oddly, the story is nowhere to be found on the BFMTV Twitter feed, but I swear to God I saw it reported on the news this morning not once but twice, and even remarked to X about it the second time it came around. Instead, everybody’s reporting Macron’s kind of odd speech to the bishops’ council yesterday where he called for a closer relationship between church and state. So the Left is all in a tizzy and everybody else is like um, wtf but whatever.

  31. Dora says:

    I’m still upset about that raid. I don’t always agree with Mark Levin, but I think this time I do.


    “It’s Country First”: Mark Levin Calls for Jeff Sessions to Resign

  32. Dora says:

    No one who lives in this state will be surprised.


    New York Has The Highest Tax Burden In America: Report
    “Well that’s shocking,” said no Long Islander ever.

  33. Dora says:

    They are out to destroy Michael Cohen. I’m worried.


    The special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly probing a $150,000 donation a pro-Russian Ukrainian oligarch made to the Trump Foundation in September 2015.

    The donation was reportedly solicited by Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, whose offices were raided by the FBI as part of a separate investigation on Monday.


    • Dora says:

      More about that donation. I am still worried, but more angry!


  34. Dora says:

    It can really happen.


    The internet’s worst-case scenario finally happened in real life: An entire country was taken offline, and no one knows why

  35. Miranda says:

    I don’t think President Trump is guilty, but I also don’t think it will matter. Both sides want him out and both will keep pushing until they make it happen. If it does, I hope Pence becomes their worse nightmare.

  36. Dora says:

    ‘It’s like putting a serial rapist in charge of a women’s shelter’: Anger as SYRIA prepares to chair UN disarmament forum on chemical weapons despite Assad regime being blamed for latest toxic gas outrage


  37. Lulu says:

    I am not worried either. It is all a distraction until the OIG report is released. This is penny ante compared to the DOJ/FBI shit.

  38. votermom says:

    Praying for our President.

    Eff his enemies. They hate us.

  39. DeniseVB says:

    David Hogg accepted at UC-Irvine but taking the year off to work politics and destroy more organizations or something. Good luck with that Dems.


  40. Venus E. Lee says:

    Remember all the times the Dems/NeverTrumps/MSM screamed “Trump is DOOMED!” over the last 3 years?
    How’d that all work out?
    That’s why I’m not worried.

  41. mothy2017 says:

    I am done. So sick of this witch hunt. It’s April 10 and I have to clean snow off of the walks. On top of that I just learned that a banana is a berry. WTF?

  42. helenk3 says:


    and here comes mad max.
    she has been living off the taxpayer for years, stiffing her own people and generally being a loudmouthed PITA. Why they keep sending her back to DC is a real mystery

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  44. driguana says:

    As Stokely Carmichael once said, “assumption is the mother of all fuck ups”!

    • driguana says:

      Actually I guess this quote was originally from Eugene Lewis Fordsworthe as “assumption is mother of all screw ups”…Stokely gave it a bit more flavor…

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