Mueller Probe Concluded..

| March 23, 2019


..No Further Indictments.

Fortunately, that bastion of integrity and political truth, Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) opines the investigation no doubt will discover

“The facts and evidence here are likely to show a lot of criminality, a lot of wrongdoing, and law-breaking that is not indicted here.”

almost before the ink is dry on the final report.

Putting words in the Senator’s mouth, MSNBC host Ari Melber asked the Senator if he was saying that the 37 indictments that Mueller has issued are a floor, not a ceiling.

Blumenthal answered,

“It’s a floor in terms of proof beyond a reasonable doubt and the Department of Justice policy.”

Left unsaid was of the 37, no American citizens associated with Trump’s campaign in 2016 were indicted on charges of Russian collusion or abuse of power.

The witch hunt is over. One wonders what the Dems will come up with next. Whatever it is, it almost certainly won’t address Americans living in the streets, stemming the flood of illegals and drugs, rebuilding crumbling infrastructure, or other matters expected of our lawmakers.

Tucker Carlson on the Mueller probe: Tucker.

Category: "Your Tax Dollars At Work", Congress sucks, Media, Politics, Trump!

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  1. Blaster says:

    I’m confused!

    Can Lars explain how this could be so, please?

    • Skyjumper says:

      If he does, hopefully in 25,000 words or less. (grin)

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      I’m sure he’ll show up with some rant which is of his usual regurgitation of the propaganda he gets fed at UC Berzerkely…

      “Orange Man bad”…*CLICK*…
      “Orange Man bad”…*CLICK*…
      “Orange Man bad”…*CLICK*…
      “Orange Man bad”…*CLICK*…
      “Orange Man bad”…*CLICK*…
      “Orange Man bad”…*CLICK*…

      And he’ll try to say it in some way he thinks is so brilliant it will dazzle us into believing what he does while he gets his shit thrown right back at him.

      • Skyjumper says:

        API, I’m thinking that this guy (Picarro-el Gaiben) could do a better & more coherent job of ranting, raving & explaining than our resident Berzerkely socialist. JMO(grin)

      • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

        Is that before or after he organizes the next Antifa protest in Berzerkeleystan?

        • 5th/77th FA says:

          Should of stopped reading here, but nooooooo, had to keep going to see what my Brothers and Sisters had to say. Hit that piece of skinky excrement’s prattling and rolled on. I’ve had a real good day and refuse to allow his bovine bloviating to ruin it. Came back up here where the air is still fresh.

          Riddle me this bat crap crazy man Larsie boi. Instead of an investigation of someones alleged crimes, why not go after someone who is for sure guilty of being a scummy murderous, lying, thieving piece of trash from hell like the skanky Bitch of Benghazi? That would be a slam dunk for any prosecution. That is, if you could keep the witnesses alive long enough.

          I voted for Trump not because of his morals or business dealing, but because he promised to try and fix what is wrong with our Country.

          I still blame the congress critters for the problems. They had two years to get something done and sat on their asses. Now they will spend 2 more years f’ing off again.

          Drain. the. swamp!

          • Fyrfighter says:

            Well said 5th, and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

            • 5th/77th FA says:

              Tanks Brother Fyrfighter it’s been pretty good. Need to go thru and make a list to personally thank everyone for their well wishes, for now a Hail Mary Salute to all of the TAHellcats that can never know what they mean to me.

              Even that f^@kwad can’t mess it up, I just blew right past him, unread. I swear that boy almost makes me forget my Christian upbringing. Steady men, Steady.

          • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

            “I voted for Trump not because of his morals or business dealing, but because he promised to try and fix what is wrong with our Country.”

            Hear HEAR, I concur as well, we elected President Trump to be the POTUS, not the Pope and he’s working like hell to do what he promised despite the rest of the Washington DC whorehouse crowd doing all it can to derail and wreck him!

          • Thunderstixx says:

            Holy cow, that Coveted Kingdom of the WOT Throne sure got your quarter rolling !!!
            And a damn fine job, if I do say so myself !!!!!

          • HMCS(FMF) ret says:


  2. chooee lee says:

    This is how to end the witch hunt/

  3. Non Cedo Ferio says:

    I want to commend Mueller for running a fair investigation throughout he was vilified by the President and his allies and while his investigation resulted in indictments of certain ppl who were in Trumps orbit. The crimes they are either convicted of or indicted for, had nothing to do with Trump. Yes Trump is nobody’s ideal of morality , yes he is vulgar and def not at totally above board businessman. None of those things are crimes , two things I’d like to see going forward , first for the Dems to stop beating this dead horse with pointless , politically motivated investigations. Time to move on , it’s not going to hurt Trump , rather it’s gonna make them look desperate. Let’s get on with the business of the American people. Second I think those who vilified Mueller maybe should walk back their hostility of him. Even Fox commentators believe that his reputation is intact . And I while I might like Trump as a person,I’ll be the first to say , the one thing he deserves is fairness also. You can’t discount the economy , isis , the gains made at VA. Like I said we need to move on a focus on making our country a better , safer place. 2 years is enough Dems !

    • Ret_25X says:

      Nothing about this “investigation” was “fair”. Noting about it was even reality based.

      Mr. Mueller and the FBI abused the FISA court, set perjury traps, and violated the civil rights of citizens.

      What must come next are indictments for those crimes.

      That will include those of the leakers, unmaskers, and false FISA filers–in and out of office.

      This has been and continues to be no less a problem than the “dirty tricks” campaign in 1970-72.

      The use of the administrative state to exact political revenge or gain must be ended completely and without remorse.

      Including Mueller.

      The fact that he found nothing to indict on in spite of the methods is very, very telling. The ongoing refusal to accept this reality will tell us who was pulling the strings.

  4. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    2 years, NO charges against President Trump and they’re still desperate to get some dirt on him. HEY D-rats, I heard rumor that President Trump once ripped the “DO NOT REMOVE” tag off of a mattress and pillow, wanna put a committee together for that?

    • LC says:

      Fun fact: Those ‘do not remove’ tags on mattresses mean that manufacturers can’t remove them; it’s totally fine for you to do so. This goes back to when manufacturers would recycle old mattresses, and the tag was a way to ensure they were new.

      Now, Russian mattresses, on the other hand…

  5. 26Limabeans says:

    So we don’t get to see the non evidence?
    This page intentionally left blank?

    • Poetrooper says:

      Senior Chief, thanks for that second link–one of the commenters said Maddow’s grief gave him a “Schadenboner.”

      Love it! Gotta figure out a way to use that in a piece…

    • Sparks says:

      These folks on the left need some serious fucking help. I mean for God’s sake, crying because a decision didn’t go your way.

      Thorazine works and could really help a lot of these fuckers.

      • Mason says:

        Wait, so you didn’t cry for four years after McCain lost?

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          I myself was disappointed when McCain lost, but looking at it now, I think it was a blessing in disguise because he would likely have been the proverbial “Death by a Thousand Cuts” to the GOP and B. Hussein 0bama? Easily the lesser of the two evils between him and the Bitch of Benghazi.

  6. Perry Gaskill says:

    It seems doubtful to me if the witch hunt is actually over, Ed. When the Democrats flipped the House last year, it gave them ostensible control of a couple of key committees. Both of which have vowed to continue investigating the White House no matter what the Mueller Report reveals. According to a story in The Week:

    When he became Chair of the House Intelligence Committee in 2019, (Adam) Schiff took a personal mission to investigate Trump’s connections to Russia, separate from the investigation by the Special Counsel. Schiff came under fire when he demurred when asked if he would accept it if the Special Counsel’s investigation concluded that Donald Trump did not collude with Russia, saying that he has great confidence in Mueller but that “there may be, for example, evidence of collusion or conspiracy that is clear and convincing, but not proof beyond a reasonable doubt,” as is needed for a criminal conviction.

    Meaning, for those following at home, that Schiff is apparently willing to drag up any rumor, innuendo, or wild-ass theory possible as long as it makes President Trump look bad.

    Meanwhile, Congressman Jerrold Nadler is using his position as chair of the House Judiciary Committee to generate yet another investigation which has already started by mailing out letters requesting Congressional appearance by some 81 companies, organizations and individuals. Among those, are the NRA, Cambridge Analytica, the General Services Administration, and others. One of the more bizarre examples is Julian Assange who is still hunkered down in the Ecuadoran Embassy in London.
    According to Congressman Kevin McCarthy:

    “I think Congressman Nadler decided to impeach the president the day the president won the election.”

    • Mason says:

      Yeah, this will go on at least through November 2020.

    • Stacy0311 says:

      From the 81 entities contacted by Congressman Jerry Lackofnads “Would you like my lawyer or me to tell you to pound sand? Either way, we’ll see you in court.”

    • AW1Ed says:

      You are correct, Perry. This harassment will continue as long as the Dems hold the House. As for Schiff’s ploy,

      “Congressman Schiff, I respectfully invoke my rights under the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution on the grounds that answering questions may incriminate me.”

      So much for that.

      • Fyrfighter says:

        Schiff for brains has done nothing, and has no accomplishments of his own, so he intends to justify his existence by hounding the president as long as he’s in office..POS.

        • Why doesn’t this schiff guy just schiff’t to another topic and stop using up all the worlds oxygen supply, As oxygen being a class 2 gas it’s amazing that he hasn’t rusted out yet.

          • Berliner says:

            Shiffty eyes has to stay relevant and in/on the news. He’s desperate to prove his Russian collusion wet dreams were real. His future as a paid CNN contributor is at stake.

            Look for a Probe of the Mueller Probe followed by an “In-Depth” Probe of the Mueller Probe Probe while Hillary cackles in the distance.

            • Poetrooper says:

              He’d have to have some eyelids installed by a plastic surgeon before he could become a television personality, although OAC is making that bug-eyed look a bit more fashionable.

              Of course Schiff doesn’t have her boobs which keeps male viewers from noticing her eyes that much.

              But then, he IS one…

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      I HAVE HEARD RUMOR that President Trump is already planning on leaving Office and turning over the reins to a Successor on January 20, 2025!

  7. Fjardeson says:

    If I was President Trump, I’d launch an investigation into who’s going to pay for this circus. Imagine if all those wasted resources went going to one of these:
    1)Fixing infrastructure
    2)Protecting our Border
    3)Feeding the Homeless
    4)Training for Naval Navigation and Bridge Crew
    …. et al.

    • Fyrfighter says:

      Don’t worry, our resident seagull will swoop in soo to tell us all how it’s money well spent, and at the same time, doesn’t mean anything, the President is still guilty, etc…He’s probably just waiting for mommy to warm up his pop-tart, and give him his daily enema…

  8. The Salty Sailor

    I think the views this mother has about Donald Trump are much like many others.
    Her characterization of Trump as the “Salty Sailor” or as The Fireman paint an excellent picture.
    She has written many great books about her son and family…
    Comment from KAREN VAUGHN Mother of Aaron Vaughn, Navy Seal,
    killed during operation enduring freedom in Afghanistan on Aug. 6, 2011
    when the CH-47 Chinook helicopter in which he was riding was shot down.


    “Sometimes God uses the no-nonsense, salty sailor to get the job done.
    Appreciating what the man is doing doesn’t mean we worship the salty sailor
    or even desire to be like the salty sailor.
    It doesn’t even mean God admires the salty sailor.
    Maybe He just knows he’s necessary for such a time as this.

    I believe with all my heart that God placed that salty sailor in the White House
    and gave this nation one more chance in November 2016.
    Donald Trump is what he is. He is still the man he was before the election.
    And without guilt, I very much admire what that salty sailor is accomplishing.

    He’s not like me. That’s okay with me. I don’t want to be like him.
    I will never behave like him.
    I know we’ve NEVER had a man like him lead our nation.
    It’s crazy and a little mind blowing at times.
    But I can’t help admire the ability he has to act with his heart
    rather than a calculated, PC, think tank-screened, carefully edited script.
    I still believe that is WHY he became our President
    and WHY he’s been able to handle a landslide of adversity
    and STILL pass unprecedented amounts of good legislation for our country
    AND do great works for MANY other nations, including Israel.

    I’m THRILLED with what he’s doing for my nation,
    for the cause of Christ (whether intentional or unintentional, doesn’t matter to me),
    and for the concept of rebuilding America and putting her FIRST.
    I will not be ashamed of my position because others don’t see him through the same lens.

    Should it matter to me if a fireman drops an f-bomb while he’s pulling me from a burning building?
    Would I really care about what came out of his mouth in those moments?
    Heck no! I’d CARE about what he was DOING.
    He wasn’t sent there to save my soul and I’m not looking to him for spiritual guidance.
    All I’m thinking in those moments is, “Thank you, Jesus, for sending the fireman.”

    This man is crass. Okay. He’s not careful with what he says. Okay.
    You feel offended that he’s not a typical statesman. Okay.
    But he is rebuilding the nation my son died for…
    the nation I feared was on a fast track to becoming a hopeless cause.
    Forgive me if I’m smiling.”


  9. IDC SARC says:

    Waste fraud and abuse..meh, it’s a living.

    • Commissar says:

      He recovered more from Manafort than the investigation cost the taxpayer.

      More than 30 indictments. Including 7 directly associated with Trump.

      Several additional investigations into Trump, they Trump family, and Trump associates and at least 16 indictments so far from evidence Mueller uncovered but were leads outside the scope of his manadate.

      We are going to see indictments from investigative leads Mueller uncovered for the next two years. Which will lead to more convictions and the recovery of tens of millions of dollars.

      Not to mention the end of the Trump organization.

      Hardly a waste of taxpayer funds.

      • SFC D says:

        What was the purpose of the investigation? Russian collusion. Did they find it? No. The investigation went as nearly off-topic as you do.

        • UpNorth says:

          “The investigation went as nearly off-topic as you do.” Perfect take down of Lars in one sentence. Well done, SFC D.

      • Fyrfighter says:

        Just think how much money could be recovered from a thorough investigation of the Clinton organization!

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          JUST THINK OF the death toll from something like that, the WSJ published a series of articles about “The Whitewater Flu” where over 140 people who were scheduled to testify against the Clintons suddenly turned up dead via “suicide”, car accidents, etcetera… The trend has continued over the years when one after another Individual who was about to unleash their knowledge of questionable or criminal actions by the Clintons suddenly turned up dead. I’m willing to bet that by now the Clintons have had more people killed than LBJ, the Kennedys and at least a few other political families put together!

          • Fyrfighter says:

            No doubt API…more than most mob families for that matter.

          • LC says:

            Got a source for that? I googled but didn’t find it. I’m inclined to think “140 people connected to the Clintons suddenly die before testifying” is as laughably wrong as “Hillary runs a child-sex dungeon in a pizza place”.

            • Poetrooper says:

              Now see, LC, we can agree, but in this case, it’s only by degree. Here in the Natural State it’s pretty much a given that the Clinton’s were involved in multiple crimes up to and including homicides, although such an assertion might get some blowback from some liberals in their last remaining bastions of Little Rock and Fayetteville.

              That 140 figure is obviously conservative hyperbole, similar in accuracy to leftist claims that the entire Trump family is a hotbed of Russian agents. However, I’d wager that a large segment of the American public believes that the Clinton’s have been involved in political murders of people who posed a threat to their power. Certainly enough do to have the neologism “Arkancide” come into the popular lexicon:


              I have no idea and no proof, just the belief that when you offer a path to wealth and political power to a pair of power-obsessed, unscrupulous shysters like Bill and Hill, any criminal action that advances them or removes a threat to them is possible.

              And thank you for not saying that Republicans do it, too.

      • AW1Ed says:

        Pretty fookin’ funny Lars; the only people indicted for collusion (WTF does that even mean?) with Russians were….

        ….wait for it…

        …other Russians. That’s some mighty fine police work there, Mueller.

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          Yeah, ‘ol Babbles McButthead conveniently FORGETS all about Uranium One where the US agreed to sell Uranium to the Ivans while tha bitch of Benghazi was Secretary of State JUST RIGHT AFTER the Ivans made a huge donation to the Clinton Slush Fund (*Oops*, Foundation).

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        Just think how much money was wasted on a useless pursuit of a political vendetta, and NOTHING CAME OF IT!!! Wow!!!

        I am SO impressed with the dedication and magnificent idiocy involved in this crap! If it weren’t so stupid, it wouldn’t be so funny. And now, those who really really really hate Trump just for his existence will pull back, regroup and try some other expensive, useless waste of tax money and GET NOTHING!!!!

        I love it. It’s a much fun as watching someone trying to herd frogs.

      • Jeffery D Monroe says:

        Commissar go the hell away you moron!! Where exactly is the Clinton Foundation? What 7 directly associated to Trump? None of it had a damn thing to do with Russian Collusion Got That? Who Gives A shit What The Russians Are Doing? been Spying On Us Since 1945!! Why Were All The Mueller Lawyers Clinton Democrats? OH By The Way All The Democrats Are Serious Dang Sick!!

      • Berliner says:

        The only collusion was on the Clintons. The Obama injustice Department steered the FBI away from the Clinton Crime Foundation and their cash grab.

        Funny how donations to the Clinton Crime Foundation have dried up since Hillary is no longer Secretary of State. Don’t forget the Uranium sale that she should have stayed out of. Bill got how much in a single 1 hour speaking fee in Russia???

        Bzzzt, time is up. Bill received a paltry $500k speaking to the Russian Bank tied to the Kremlin/Putin immediately before Hillary gave the sale of 20% of OUR Uranium her ok and a wink.

      • Commissioner Wretched says:

        As I said, Lars, you and your ilk look pretty stupid now that the Mueller investigation has revealed … NOTHING.

        The indictments? Not a one of them had anything to do with the 2016 presidential campaign. The individuals involved did not have clean hands in other matters, but as far as the stated objective of the probe – Russian collusion, whatever the hell that was supposed to mean – the probe comes up with a big fat NOTHING.

        Let me say it again, Lars. NOTHING.

        There’s nothing there. Worse than Oakland, there’s NOTHING there.

        Deal with it.

        …if you can.

  10. Commissar says:

    Too early to start celebrating.

    Mueller was handling only three is the 17 criminal investigations of Trump, the Trump family, and the Trump organization.

    And DoJ policy, which Barr made it explicitly clear he will follow, says you can’t indict a sitting president.

    Trump was only the target of one of the three investigative lines Mueller was tasked with pursuing; obstruction. Trump obstructed in plain site and on twitter and on TV. Just dangling a pardon was one of the named charges against Nixon in the impeachment documents.

    Trump is a long way before he and his family are out of the woods.

    • OWB says:

      What criminal investigations? To have a criminal investigation, you first must have a crime.

      Yeah, we know. Such simplicity blows your mind, but that really is how things work out here in the real world. No amount of wishful thinking and delusions which exist in your head change that a iota. Lacking evidence of a crime, there is no criminal investigation.

      No, if you’d like to discuss the Ukraine, where evidence of a crime exists and a criminal investigation is now underway to determine who is involved in that crime…

      • Commissar says:

        Maybe you should read the god damn legal filing before you claim there is no crime.

        How about the nearly 50 indictments so far. More than 30 by Mueller and 16 by New York State.

        How about the end of the Trump charity due to criminal activity.

        There are crimes and convictions and Trump and his family are directly implicated in them.

        The Mueller investigation was limited and in scope and did not include the decades of criminal activity prior to taking office or the financial crimes in office.

        There are more indictments coming from the FOURTEEN ongoing criminal investigations into crimes Mueller has uncovered that were outside the scope of his mandate so he passed them on to other investigators.

        • Fyrfighter says:

          “Maybe you should read the god damn legal filing before you claim there is no crime.”

          “I know for an absolute fact Trump has been money laundering for Eastern European and Russian oligarchs. Mueller absolutely uncovered more investigative leads regarding his money laundering.”

          Unless you’ve followed your advice in the first comment, your second one is completely contradictory, and in the same thread.. you’re slipping Lars, usually you put a bit more time and distance between your contradictions..

          • Ex-PH2 says:

            Commissar the Omniscient says: “I know for an absolute fact Trump has been money laundering for Eastern European and Russian oligarchs. Mueller absolutely uncovered more investigative leads regarding his money laundering.”


            Put up or shut up.

            Otherwise: !mentiroso, mentiroso, con los pantalones en llamas!

        • JTB says:


    • Poetrooper says:

      Says Comrade Lars, our self-proclaimed, resident “Commissar” with tears rolling down his sunken, saddened cheeks, his trembling, delicate fingers continuing to misspell in his desperately defiant declaration: This shall not stand!


      • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

        Der Kommisar got CUCKED once again!!!

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        It appears that the Numbnuts aka self-styled Commissar does not accept this morning’s news that THERE ARE NO FURTHER INDICTMENTS FORTHCOMING.

        That was in the paper on the front page, from two LA Times reporters, not something I would waste time making up.

        The disappointment must be unbearable.

        Oh, well. Moving on.

        • LC says:

          A minor clarification: There are no more indictments forthcoming from Mueller. (Notice how I used bold for you instead of italics?)

          There are many other investigations in process, and Mueller did hand off various charges to other courts. I remember how President George W. Bush said, “Major combat operations are over” with respect to Iraq,.. back in 2003. But that obviously didn’t mean everything was just fine afterwards.

          Now, I sincerely hope the Mueller report exonerates the President, because the other option would be a dark day for our country, but I think even if I were a dyed-in-the-wool conservative, I’d give it a few days to let the dust settle before celebrating too much.

        • Ex-PH2 says:

          I think you know where you can stick your BOLD.

        • Ex-PH2 says:

          And while I’m at it, here is a quote from the LATimes article:

          “According to a senior Justice Department official, Mueller did not recommend any further indictments, likely bringing a measure of relief to the embattled White House. He charged 34 people over the last two years, the most of any special prosecutor since Watergate.”

          READ THAT AGAIN: did not recommend any further indictments.

          Sounds like plain English ‘no more indictments’ to me, but then, I don’t live in a world of unicorn daydreams and wishful lack of thinking.

    • Sparks says:

      The purpose of a witch hunt is to find a witch. If you don’t, then they change the definition just enough to look at the same people again. This goes on until you finally find and destroy what you have ultimately defined as a witch or common sense rains on their inquest.

      • 11B-Mailclerk says:

        But if Trump weighs the same as a duck….

      • Poetrooper says:

        The way for Trump to stop this shit is to use the Dems’ tactics and have his justice department indict Hillary, Comey, Strozk, etc.–all the focus and heated rhetoric will immediately shift to covering their cases, in a defending, supportive manner of course, but still, away from Trump.

        There’s only so much air time and and limited peak viewing hours, so the liberal media will be forced to spend some of it defending Hillary and the crooked FBI rather than attacking Trump. And with much of the public fed up with all the overblown Trump hype, the new cases would be fresh meat for viewers and advertisers know that–so where do you suppose they’d want their broadcast dollars to go? Otherwise, they’ll shift those advertising revenues to FOX where trials of Dems would get heavy coverage.

        It would sure take a lot of heat off the Trump reelection campaign and maybe even force the Dems to abandon Hillary and the FBI crooks as evidence was revealed as to how they plotted a coup to keep her from being charged.

        • HMC Ret says:

          “The way for Trump to stop this shit is to use the Dems’ tactics and have his justice department indict Hillary, Comey, Strozk, etc.–all the focus and heated rhetoric will immediately shift to covering their cases, in a defending, supportive manner of course, but still, away from Trump.”

          Word. I can’t figure for the life of me why the RINOs sat on their asses when they had both Houses and the Presidency and didn’t do a damn thing to hammer wide load and her minions. I’ve seen this picture show before. They’re afraid of pissing off the Democrats and the backlash that will result if they do so. It is truly pathetic what passes for leadership in this country.

          ‘No, let’s not piss off the Democrats. Let them take down Trump and then we can go back to business as usual. They can do our dirty work for us.’ After all, aren’t all politics local? Pathetic bunch of traitors, almost all of them.

          • Ex-PH2 says:

            Sometimes, it is best to let your opponent make all the moves and just get out of his way. There is nothing quite as satisfying as watching someone head pellmell into a crash.

    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      Hey Larsie – this guy must be your “hero”…

    • Jeffery D Monroe says:

      What exactly did he obstruct? He Can hire and Fire whoever He wants as head of the executive branch got that? What did he do on TV except tell the freaking sick left go blank off LOL!!

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        But isn’t it fun to watch them dissolve into giant puddles of tears and angst-ridden pants wetting?

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:


      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*
      “Orange Man bad…” – *CLICK*

      DO TRY to stop regurgitating the effluvia fed to you at UC Berzerkely and think for yourself for once, Seagull!

  11. And Barr will hopefully Barr the demo rats from trying to indict our Pres., Barr none.

  12. I always wondered why mueller wanted to be a lawyer instead of being in the macaroni/pasta business. At least he used his noodle on handling the investigation.

  13. Sapper3307 says:

    TYT poop will be flung.

  14. Commissar says:

    Trump has not tweeted for 24 hours.

    Barr made it clear he would follow DoJ policy and thus there would be no indictment of a sitting president.

    That does not mean they did not uncover criminal activity.

    We don’t know what the Mueller report says nor do we know how many additional criminal investigation the report has and will lead to.

    All we know is that Mueller concluded three of the 17 publicly known current investigative lines targeting Trump, the campaign, the Trump organization, and the Trump family.

    I know for an absolute fact Trump has been money laundering for Eastern European and Russian oligarchs. Mueller absolutely uncovered more investigative leads regarding his money laundering.

    This leads will be handled by other investigators since they are not specific to the counter intelligence or obstruction investigation.

    • SFC D says:

      You. Know. Shit.

    • Mason says:

      Prediction: No matter what is publicly released from the Mueller report you won’t believe it, will think there’s a massive coverup orchestrated by Trump, Trump Jr., and/or Barr, and will be waiting with bated breath the results of the “real investigation” being done by Schiff-for-brains and no-Nadsler.

    • Skyjumper says:

      Commissar says:

      “I know for an absolute fact Trump has been money laundering for Eastern European and Russian oligarchs.”

      • 5JC says:

        There is only one way he can know that. It is time for the big reveal.

        Commissar is a bag man for Trump running for the East European Mobs.

        All this time the fake protestations, the overly critical nature of his posts, showing loyalty to the other side all to hide the Big Lie.

        There is no other explanation.

    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      “I know for an absolute fact Trump has been money laundering for Eastern European and Russian oligarchs”

      And what did you do with that “information”, Larsie? I’m guessing that you pulled it out of your ass (your usual MO).

    • Poetrooper says:

      Lars, purely speculating here, but since we all know you would never employ hyperbole, here goes:

      1) Since such “absolute” certainty regarding a matter that has to be highly classified could only be held by those privy to such classified material, are you telling us you ARE privy to the contents of highly classified reports allowing you to make such an “absolute” claim?

      2) If that is the case, have you just revealed information derived from such highly classified reports to an unknown number of unauthorized persons in an open public forum, one or more of whom may be in military intelligence?

      3) Haven’t you previously confirmed here at TAH that you are still commissioned as a field-grade Army officer, serving in some unexplained TDY capacity and therefore possibly still subject to the UCMJ?

      4) What do you suppose your commanding officer would think if he read your “know for an absolute fact” comment revealing what is surely classified information about the Commander in Chief? How about his boss? And so on up the chain?

      And finally…

      5) Or are you just full of crap as usual and only trying to make yourself sound “connected”?

      Curious minds want to know…

      • Perry Gaskill says:

        The Commissar gets his Lars Facts beamed to him from a secret “Project BERNIE” satellite flying in low earth orbit over Berkeley. Reception of the signal requires both special psychotropic medication, and cerebral implants which include antennae in the form of prostheses similar to large human ears with points.

      • 11B-Mailclerk says:

        Stolen Sanity

      • Twist says:

        If true, that information would be highly classified. To “know for an absolute fact” Commissar would have to have the appropriate security clearance in order to see it. If true, Lars just revealed highly classified information on an open internet forum which means he just committed a felony.

        Pick one, Lars:

        Did you?

        A. Just commit a felony -or-

        B. Just pull that out of your ass

        Pick one Lars because those are your only two options.

      • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

        Maybe someone needs to send a link to his comments to his CO? Or better yet, CID?

        Last I remember, conduct unbecoming an officer is still a punishable offense.

      • Ret_25X says:

        Assertions…the word starts with “ass” for a reason…

        If (I know, I know) he actually had such information and was revealing it here he would be in the loop on sources and methods, meaning that revealing such information here is jeopardizing sources and methods. In itself a violation of law.

        I’m sure he isn’t trying to em imperil himself in that way.

        No, he is just repeating a talking point one of his political masters told him.

        Remember, operant conditioning begins in school.

      • 3/10/MED/b says:

        “employ hyperbole”.

        That is art.

        Thank you, Poe.

    • Jeffery D Monroe says:

      You don’t know a damn thing Commissar -Go away you freaking lost again!! Still what the hell does this have to do with the 2016 Election moron?

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:


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      You really bore the shit out of me.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      HEY YOU human Seagull, take comfort in the fact that President Trump will leave Office and turn the reins over to his successor on January 20, 2025, MAGA!!!

    • SgtM says:

      You were convinced Mueller would indict trump and his family. You were convinced. Well no, it did not happen. Apologize. Asshole. No now you move on
      To more things. Fuck you. You came on here saying Mueller was going to sink trump, well he did not. You are the piece of shit we know you are.

    • SgtM says:

      Commissar piece of shit. Berkley
      Commissar piece of shit Berkley.
      Orange man good.
      Orange man good.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      “Trump has not tweeted for 24 hours.”

      I bet you were up all night polishing your tinfoil hat waiting to post that!

    • JACK SHIT says:

      Commissar does not know me.

  15. 26Limabeans says:

    This will rival the disappointment of Al Capones wallsafe opening.

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      Gan we get the same talking head for the Big Reveal?

      • 26Limabeans says:

        He went out and got drunk in a bar across the street after the show. The only thing found in the vault was some trash and empty bottles.
        Exactly what Mueller found.

  16. Just An Old Dog says:

    The Libs and Dems continue to lose their shit. Their entire goal is getting rid of Trump, not trying to work for the American People.
    People really don’t give a fuck about whose ass in the White house as much as they do the economy, education, security and infrastructure of their communities.

  17. Jeffery D Monroe says:

    This was as about a super dud as Geraldo Rivera And His Hunt For Al Capones Gold!1 Turned into just A Bunch Of Pyrite !!Hey Commissar how Are You Feeling Right Now You Damn Communist?

  18. Twist says:

    It was fun watching the Libs melt down and cry on TV at least until you realize that the reason they are upset is because our President did NOT commit treason.

    • Poetrooper says:

      What an astute and sad observation–that these jerks are crying in their beers because our president is NOT a traitor.

      Shows clearly what a bunch of traitorous sickos THEY are.

  19. Devtun says:

    Dems have their “shovel ready jobs”…keep digging for dirt – no matter how insignificant. Why doesn’t Pres Trump own a dog or cat? Totally Un-American- must check it out. Investigations will go on and on and on and on. Orange Kool-Aid man must go down – and go down hard.

  20. Dustoff says:

    “rebuilding crumbling infrastructure” Ain’t it the truth. Growing up, I was taught to belive that nowhere was as good as the USA. Back in 2014 Mrs. Dustoff and I returned to her home country of South Korea. My brother-in-law (who served in the Viet of nam with the ROK Army)took us on a road trip throughout the country that I didn’t see from my MEDEVAC bird back in the mid 80s. the highways were modern and beautiful. Bridges, overpasses and railways were also. we have fallen so far , so fast.

  21. Honor and Courage says:

    I want to see equal justice under the law! I want to see the Media moguls get looked at for being complicit by pushing a false narrative. Its time for a Republican Special Prosecutor. Look at all the lies from the FBI, and the DOJ from the last administration. If they are not held accountable America is lost forever.

    With the time and money spent and the interrogation tactics used you could have convicted Mother Terisa, and the Pope. To much power is leveraged using the American tax payers money for political subversion.

    All the military men on this site should have enough sense to realize that the United States invented election influence. The intelligence Agency have been monitoring our friends and adversary’s for century’s.

    • Poetrooper says:

      Here’s an excellent report on how Obama interfered in Israeli elections in 2015:

      Once again, this whole Russian collusion crap is the Dems accusing Trump of something in which they themselves actively engaged.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        This is all based on the forgotten episode that Trump did go to Moscow to try to make a real estate deal that fell through. Obviously, he must have been cahoots with Putin at the time, to even get there. The simple fact that he didn’t succeed with the deal should be a tipoff to anyone with a working brain** that going some place means an attack of “guilt by association” by people who hate you for any reason, and who make up twaddle to suit their narrative, no matter how ridiculous it is.

        **Most people in the media don’t have working brains these days. They aren’t journalists. They are gossipmongers and nothing else, just barely out of 8th grade and approaching 30, and still haven’t grown up. I shudder to think what they’ll be like at 50. All that money spent on plastic surgery and botox injections…. 🙂

      • rgr769 says:

        That is one of the Rules for Radicals outlined by Alinsky in his revered handbook for lefties.

    • 26Limabeans says:

      “All the military men on this site”

      Don’t leave out the Lioness’s.
      Friendly warning.

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      Election influence dates back -at least- to Golden Age Athens.

  22. Lars Taylor's Narcissism says:

    The other day, I said that I had an issue that stopped me from continuing to serve. Now for the reason. Remember that one time I took a shit, in my pants, during a field exercise?

    Well, one day, while I was giving a slide show presentation, nobody was paying attention to me. These were other officers, the should have known better. To get their attention, I decided to let out a fart. Only after I fired away did I remember what happened when I could not take a dump in my dream during the field training. Like what happened then, I realized that what was coming out of my ass was the real thing. So did the other officers.

    It was this day that they told me that I had to go. And now you know what I know about why I could not be in the field.

    • 26Limabeans says:

      “they told me that I had to go”

      The shit in your panties should have told you that before the other officers had to.
      You must have been itching for shit burning detail.

  23. IDC SARC says:

    I just bought a few things that had to be shipped to me from China…must be collusion.

    Interesting emails btw..all that kanji…coulda been insulting me seven ways to Sunday for all I know. 🙂

  24. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    Another penny has dropped.

    Barr’s summary – Mach Nicht.

    • Perry Gaskill says:

      Chuck and Nancy’s Dog and Pony Show was particularly interesting as a reaction. They’re demanding the public release of a full unredacted version of the Mueller Report even though they both know that certain parts, such as grand jury testimony, can’t legally be revealed. Therefore, if Barr follows the law, he’s going to be guilty of an obvious cover-up according Schumer-Pelosi.

      • Just Lurkin says:

        It’s the only spin they’ve got, but they know that their true believer base will cling to it desperately (talking about you here Lars).

  25. OWB says:

    Has Mueller been characterized as a partisan hack yet? It’s gonna happen, of course. It’s what they do.

    Doesn’t matter that a week ago he was the glorious golden boy of non partisan Utopia. Doesn’t matter that almost every one of his underlings is partisan. When anything doesn’t go the way they want it, it’s because of the evil, partisan others.