On 12/1/2017 4:16 PM, Greg Carr wrote:
> On Fri, 1 Dec 2017 16:07:32 -0700, Libs R Pervs <***@grope.wimmen>
>> On 12/1/2017 3:54 PM, TomP wrote:
>>> On 01/12/2017 4:30 PM, Libs R Pervs wrote:
>>>> On 12/1/2017 3:04 PM, TomP wrote:
>>>>> Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. There are many other
>>>>> offenses that Flynn can be charged with but this one alone has a maximum
>>>>> 5 year prison term. In exchange, Flynn has promised to testify against
>>>>> President Trump.
>>> There are a lot of things under consideration especially the fact that
>>> Trump can pardon Flynn. I suspect there are other charges in the
>>> background in case of a pardon. As I understand it, if Trump is charged
>>> he cannot use the presidential pardon. Mueller is being very careful.
>> IS there anything that ever happens in Canuckistan that draws your ire?
>> Or just the USA?
>>> Court documents revealed today detail the new revelations about Flynn's
>>> conversations with Kislyak and make it clear he will testify that
>>> Trump's transition team knew about his contact the Russian ambassador
>>> about the sanctions.
>>> The documents also say:
>>> "On or about December 29, 2016, FLYNN called a senior official of the
>>> Presidential Transition Team ("PTT official"), who was with other senior
>>> members of the Presidential Transition Team at the Mar-a-Lago resort in
>>> Palm Beach, Florida, to discuss what, if anything to communicate to the
>>> Russian Ambassador about the sanctions."
>> Which IS as shared:
>> U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras said at Flynn’s plea hearing that
>> the retired three-star Army general had agreed to provide "substantial
>> assistance for prosecution of another person," suggesting that Flynn is
>> helping the FBI target a higher-up in the White House.
>> It's another NOTHING Burger!
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> He has been lamenting the Liberal and Conservative governments of
> Canada for years and is a NDP supporter.
Ah...a Mulcare man then...interesting...
> This guilty plea and willingness to testify is bad news for Trump.
Ah nope, but maybe for his son in law.
> Really bad news.
Oh fer pete's sake - read it again and LEARN this time:
Mueller would not be permitting Flynn to settle the case with a single
count of lying to FBI agents. Instead, we would be looking at a major
conspiracy indictment, and Flynn would be made to plead to far more
serious offenses if he wanted a deal — cooperation in exchange for
sentencing leniency. To the contrary, for all the furor, we have a
small-potatoes plea in Flynn’s case — just as we did in Papadopoulos’s
case, despite extensive “collusion” evidence. Meanwhile, the only major
case Mueller has brought, against former Trump-campaign chairman Paul
Manafort and an associate, has nothing to do with the 2016 election. It
is becoming increasingly palpable that, whatever “collusion” means,
there was no actionable, conspiratorial complicity by the Trump campaign
in the Kremlin’s machinations."
Read more at:
U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras said at Flynn’s plea hearing that
the retired three-star Army general had agreed to provide "substantial
assistance for prosecution of another person," suggesting that Flynn is
helping the FBI target a higher-up in the White House.
> On the other hand housing starts are at a ten year
> high and the stock market hit a new high today.
So why not just fuck it ALL up for a silly partisan witch hunt, nice.