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On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 12:09:53 AM UTC-5, Jim Joyce wrote:
On Thu, 13 Feb 2020 18:15:55 -0800 (PST), trader_4
wrote:

Wrong again, numb nuts. You wrote YESTERDAY that one of the prosecutors
on the Stone Case had resigned from their job, three others just resigned
from the case. Wrong! There were four prosecutors and all withdrew from
the case, none of them resigned from their job.


I certainly don't want to get in the middle of anything, but multiple news
outlets have been reporting since yesterday that one of the 4 prosecutors
resigned from his job.

quote from
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/02/12/prosecutors_quit_roger_stone_case_in_dispute_over_ sentence_142375.html:

Aaron Zelinsky, a Mueller team member, quit the case and his job in
Washington, with plans to return to his position as a federal prosecutor in
Baltimore.

Another early Mueller team member, Adam Jed, also withdrew from the case.
His status at the Justice Department was unclear.

Another federal prosecutor in Washington, Michael Marando, withdrew from
the case, and a fourth trial team member, Jonathan Kravis, resigned his
position as an assistant U.S. attorney.

/unquote

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html

quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and “therefore no longer
represents the government in this matter.”

He worked in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the Justice
Department’s criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.



When Micky claimed a prosecutor had resigned, I Googled several ways for
"prosecutor resigning" and all I saw were references to the four prosecutors
resigning from the case. Which was poor wording on the part of much of
the media, the headlines should have been withdrew from the case. But I
agree now that three withdrew, one withdrew by resigning their position.
And Liu, in charge of the office, resigned a day or two later. This
could have been avoided if Micky had provided a link or a name. But he
was right and I apologize.

And now Barr delivered that scorching, unprecedented rebuke to Trump.
That's the end of him being Trump's guy and Trump must be boiling over
about now with rage. Where will it spill over? Will he fire Barr
or nuke KJU? The latter isn't just a joke, with a president like this
with obvious serious moral and mental problems, it's not a good thing.
Sadly the trumpets don't realize it. Hopefully the Democrats will
wind up with a reasonable candidate to solve the problem and give Trump
what he so richly deserves. But sadly, do you think that will be the
end of it? If Trump loses, I see him doing the usual, claiming voter
fraud, the media did it. And unlike all previous former presidents
who kept quiet or at the most made some very limited comments, I bet
the twitter **** storm will continue, unabated, dividing America,
disrupting our govt, as long as people will listen.

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On 2/14/2020 10:18 AM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
On 2/14/2020 5:56 AM, tax-payer wrote:
On 2/14/20 12:09 AM, Jim Joyce wrote:
On Thu, 13 Feb 2020 18:15:55 -0800 (PST), trader_4

wrote:

Wrong again, numb nuts.** You wrote YESTERDAY that one of the
prosecutors
on the Stone Case had resigned from their job, three others just
resigned
from the case.* Wrong!* There were four prosecutors and all withdrew
from
the case, none of them resigned from their job.

I certainly don't want to get in the middle of anything, but multiple
news
outlets have been reporting since yesterday that one of the 4
prosecutors
resigned from his job.

quote from
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/02/12/prosecutors_quit_roger_stone_case_in_dispute_over_ sentence_142375.html:


Aaron Zelinsky, a Mueller team member, quit the case and his job in
Washington, with plans to return to his position as a federal
prosecutor in
Baltimore.

Another early Mueller team member, Adam Jed, also withdrew from the
case.
His status at the Justice Department was unclear.

Another federal prosecutor in Washington, Michael Marando, withdrew from
the case, and a fourth trial team member, Jonathan Kravis, resigned his
position as an assistant U.S. attorney.

/unquote

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html


quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and “therefore no
longer
represents the government in this matter.”

He worked in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.
Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the
Justice
Department’s criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job
after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were
bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.


President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that.
MAGA Trump 2020


Yes, but it is sad that so many good people got sucked into the
whirlpool.* Some honest people with ethics got flushed.


Trump was asked about his biggest mistake and he said it was staff.
These people work for you and like in the military may make suggestions
but you have final word. He should not have retained all the left over
people he did and now he knows it.
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On 2/14/2020 4:56 AM, tax-payer wrote:
On 2/14/20 12:09 AM, Jim Joyce wrote:
On Thu, 13 Feb 2020 18:15:55 -0800 (PST), trader_4

wrote:

Wrong again, numb nuts.** You wrote YESTERDAY that one of the
prosecutors
on the Stone Case had resigned from their job, three others just
resigned
from the case.* Wrong!* There were four prosecutors and all withdrew
from
the case, none of them resigned from their job.


I certainly don't want to get in the middle of anything, but multiple
news
outlets have been reporting since yesterday that one of the 4 prosecutors
resigned from his job.

quote from
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/02/12/prosecutors_quit_roger_stone_case_in_dispute_over_ sentence_142375.html:


Aaron Zelinsky, a Mueller team member, quit the case and his job in
Washington, with plans to return to his position as a federal
prosecutor in
Baltimore.

Another early Mueller team member, Adam Jed, also withdrew from the case.
His status at the Justice Department was unclear.

Another federal prosecutor in Washington, Michael Marando, withdrew from
the case, and a fourth trial team member, Jonathan Kravis, resigned his
position as an assistant U.S. attorney.

/unquote

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html


quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and “therefore no longer
represents the government in this matter.”

He worked in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.
Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the
Justice
Department’s criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job
after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.


President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that.
MAGA Trump 2020


KAG!

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Maggie
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On Fri, 14 Feb 2020 05:56:25 -0500, tax-payer
wrote:

President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that.
MAGA Trump 2020


I give him credit for that. Look at all the criminals he's brought into his
tent before they get sent off to prison. He certainly has a knack for
getting the alligators to come crawling out of the swamp. Go Trump Go!
Let's get more of his folks out of the swamp and behind bars.

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On Fri, 14 Feb 2020 08:11:16 -0800 (PST), trader_4
wrote:

On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 10:18:40 AM UTC-5, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
On 2/14/2020 5:56 AM, tax-payer wrote:
On 2/14/20 12:09 AM, Jim Joyce wrote:
On Thu, 13 Feb 2020 18:15:55 -0800 (PST), trader_4

wrote:

Wrong again, numb nuts.** You wrote YESTERDAY that one of the
prosecutors
on the Stone Case had resigned from their job, three others just
resigned
from the case.* Wrong!* There were four prosecutors and all withdrew
from
the case, none of them resigned from their job.

I certainly don't want to get in the middle of anything, but multiple
news
outlets have been reporting since yesterday that one of the 4 prosecutors
resigned from his job.

quote from
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/02/12/prosecutors_quit_roger_stone_case_in_dispute_over_ sentence_142375.html:


Aaron Zelinsky, a Mueller team member, quit the case and his job in
Washington, with plans to return to his position as a federal
prosecutor in
Baltimore.

Another early Mueller team member, Adam Jed, also withdrew from the case.
His status at the Justice Department was unclear.

Another federal prosecutor in Washington, Michael Marando, withdrew from
the case, and a fourth trial team member, Jonathan Kravis, resigned his
position as an assistant U.S. attorney.

/unquote

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html


quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and therefore no longer
represents the government in this matter.

He worked in the U.S. Attorneys Office for the District of Columbia.
Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the
Justice
Departments criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job
after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.


President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that.
MAGA Trump 2020


Yes, but it is sad that so many good people got sucked into the
whirlpool. Some honest people with ethics got flushed.


All honest people with ethics, from what I see. Those are the ones that
Trump dislikes. The kind of people he praises are guys like Manafort,
a $60 mil tax cheat and money launderer. He says he admires him, because
he refused to cooperate with the govt investigators. And Roger Stone,
a longtime dirty trickster, convicted of multiple counts of lying to
Congress and making threats to intimidate other witnesses. He even
disobeyed the gag order the judge put in place and posted an image of
the judge with cross hairs online. Those are examples of the kind of
people Trump stands up for.


Trump seems to have an element of mob mentality, where loyalty to him is
Job 1. People who don't show the right amount of loyalty are bullied and
tossed under the bus. How does this guy have nearly 40% approval? Who are
those people?

Rhetorical questions, of course.

He frequently refers to 'dirty copy, liars, leakers, and flippers', all the
things he dislikes the most. He's referring, of course, to the honest
people who stand up for the rule of law. We've had bad Presidents before,
but not like this.




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On Fri, 14 Feb 2020 12:16:15 -0500, Frank "frank wrote:

On 2/14/2020 10:18 AM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
On 2/14/2020 5:56 AM, tax-payer wrote:
On 2/14/20 12:09 AM, Jim Joyce wrote:
On Thu, 13 Feb 2020 18:15:55 -0800 (PST), trader_4

wrote:

Wrong again, numb nuts.** You wrote YESTERDAY that one of the
prosecutors
on the Stone Case had resigned from their job, three others just
resigned
from the case.* Wrong!* There were four prosecutors and all withdrew
from
the case, none of them resigned from their job.

I certainly don't want to get in the middle of anything, but multiple
news
outlets have been reporting since yesterday that one of the 4
prosecutors
resigned from his job.

quote from
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/02/12/prosecutors_quit_roger_stone_case_in_dispute_over_ sentence_142375.html:


Aaron Zelinsky, a Mueller team member, quit the case and his job in
Washington, with plans to return to his position as a federal
prosecutor in
Baltimore.

Another early Mueller team member, Adam Jed, also withdrew from the
case.
His status at the Justice Department was unclear.

Another federal prosecutor in Washington, Michael Marando, withdrew from
the case, and a fourth trial team member, Jonathan Kravis, resigned his
position as an assistant U.S. attorney.

/unquote

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html


quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and therefore no
longer
represents the government in this matter.

He worked in the U.S. Attorneys Office for the District of Columbia.
Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the
Justice
Departments criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job
after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were
bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.


President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that.
MAGA Trump 2020


Yes, but it is sad that so many good people got sucked into the
whirlpool.* Some honest people with ethics got flushed.


Trump was asked about his biggest mistake and he said it was staff.
These people work for you and like in the military may make suggestions
but you have final word. He should not have retained all the left over
people he did and now he knows it.


Trump 'knows all the best people'. Strangely, they seem to be all heading
toward the slammer. It's his way of draining the swamp.

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On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 2:12:40 PM UTC-5, Jim Joyce wrote:
On Fri, 14 Feb 2020 08:11:16 -0800 (PST), trader_4
wrote:

On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 10:18:40 AM UTC-5, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
On 2/14/2020 5:56 AM, tax-payer wrote:
On 2/14/20 12:09 AM, Jim Joyce wrote:
On Thu, 13 Feb 2020 18:15:55 -0800 (PST), trader_4

wrote:

Wrong again, numb nuts.** You wrote YESTERDAY that one of the
prosecutors
on the Stone Case had resigned from their job, three others just
resigned
from the case.* Wrong!* There were four prosecutors and all withdrew
from
the case, none of them resigned from their job.

I certainly don't want to get in the middle of anything, but multiple
news
outlets have been reporting since yesterday that one of the 4 prosecutors
resigned from his job.

quote from
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/02/12/prosecutors_quit_roger_stone_case_in_dispute_over_ sentence_142375.html:


Aaron Zelinsky, a Mueller team member, quit the case and his job in
Washington, with plans to return to his position as a federal
prosecutor in
Baltimore.

Another early Mueller team member, Adam Jed, also withdrew from the case.
His status at the Justice Department was unclear.

Another federal prosecutor in Washington, Michael Marando, withdrew from
the case, and a fourth trial team member, Jonathan Kravis, resigned his
position as an assistant U.S. attorney.

/unquote

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html


quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and “therefore no longer
represents the government in this matter.”

He worked in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.
Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the
Justice
Department’s criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job
after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.


President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that.
MAGA Trump 2020

Yes, but it is sad that so many good people got sucked into the
whirlpool. Some honest people with ethics got flushed.


All honest people with ethics, from what I see. Those are the ones that
Trump dislikes. The kind of people he praises are guys like Manafort,
a $60 mil tax cheat and money launderer. He says he admires him, because
he refused to cooperate with the govt investigators. And Roger Stone,
a longtime dirty trickster, convicted of multiple counts of lying to
Congress and making threats to intimidate other witnesses. He even
disobeyed the gag order the judge put in place and posted an image of
the judge with cross hairs online. Those are examples of the kind of
people Trump stands up for.


Trump seems to have an element of mob mentality, where loyalty to him is
Job 1. People who don't show the right amount of loyalty are bullied and
tossed under the bus. How does this guy have nearly 40% approval? Who are
those people?

Rhetorical questions, of course.


I think a large part of it is many of those people listen exclusively
to the sources like Fox News and right wing radio talk shows. They
refuse to use mainstream sources and won't look at the best evidence,
which is what Trump actually said and did. And Fox and the right wing
bunch have gotten to the point where they explain away, spin, excuse
just about every damn thing Trump does. If a Democrat had gone to
NK, came back and said that they trust KJU, that they are sure he's
denuclearizing, that the threat from their nukes is over, you and I
know exactly what Fox, Hannity, Rush, etc would all be saying. They
would be calling it stupid, treasonous. Trump does it and they say
it's a great thing. Plenty more examples like that. I hear that and
I say, OMG, what a sad sack of BS. The trumpets apparently believe it.




He frequently refers to 'dirty copy, liars, leakers, and flippers', all the
things he dislikes the most. He's referring, of course, to the honest
people who stand up for the rule of law. We've had bad Presidents before,
but not like this.


+1

I knew if he was elected that he would do damage to the office. Trump
has no respect for the office, none at all. The damage now is extensive.
The remaining question is whether it can be undone and how long it
will take.



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On 2/14/2020 2:12 PM, Jim Joyce wrote:

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html


quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and “therefore no longer
represents the government in this matter.”

He worked in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.
Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the
Justice
Department’s criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job
after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.


President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that.
MAGA Trump 2020

Yes, but it is sad that so many good people got sucked into the
whirlpool. Some honest people with ethics got flushed.


All honest people with ethics, from what I see. Those are the ones that
Trump dislikes. The kind of people he praises are guys like Manafort,
a $60 mil tax cheat and money launderer. He says he admires him, because
he refused to cooperate with the govt investigators. And Roger Stone,
a longtime dirty trickster, convicted of multiple counts of lying to
Congress and making threats to intimidate other witnesses. He even
disobeyed the gag order the judge put in place and posted an image of
the judge with cross hairs online. Those are examples of the kind of
people Trump stands up for.


Trump seems to have an element of mob mentality, where loyalty to him is
Job 1. People who don't show the right amount of loyalty are bullied and
tossed under the bus. How does this guy have nearly 40% approval? Who are
those people?

Rhetorical questions, of course.

He frequently refers to 'dirty copy, liars, leakers, and flippers', all the
things he dislikes the most. He's referring, of course, to the honest
people who stand up for the rule of law. We've had bad Presidents before,
but not like this.



When he was campaigning he did say he likes the uneducated people.

I was glad Hillary lost but did not vote for Trump. When he won I hoped
he would do a decent job but that did not work out. The 40% though are
just infatuated with him and his junior high rhetoric.
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On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 12:16:23 PM UTC-5, Frank wrote:
On 2/14/2020 10:18 AM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
On 2/14/2020 5:56 AM, tax-payer wrote:
On 2/14/20 12:09 AM, Jim Joyce wrote:
On Thu, 13 Feb 2020 18:15:55 -0800 (PST), trader_4

wrote:

Wrong again, numb nuts.** You wrote YESTERDAY that one of the
prosecutors
on the Stone Case had resigned from their job, three others just
resigned
from the case.* Wrong!* There were four prosecutors and all withdrew
from
the case, none of them resigned from their job.

I certainly don't want to get in the middle of anything, but multiple
news
outlets have been reporting since yesterday that one of the 4
prosecutors
resigned from his job.

quote from
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/02/12/prosecutors_quit_roger_stone_case_in_dispute_over_ sentence_142375.html:


Aaron Zelinsky, a Mueller team member, quit the case and his job in
Washington, with plans to return to his position as a federal
prosecutor in
Baltimore.

Another early Mueller team member, Adam Jed, also withdrew from the
case.
His status at the Justice Department was unclear.

Another federal prosecutor in Washington, Michael Marando, withdrew from
the case, and a fourth trial team member, Jonathan Kravis, resigned his
position as an assistant U.S. attorney.

/unquote

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html


quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and “therefore no
longer
represents the government in this matter.”

He worked in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.
Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the
Justice
Department’s criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job
after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were
bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.


President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that..
MAGA Trump 2020


Yes, but it is sad that so many good people got sucked into the
whirlpool.* Some honest people with ethics got flushed.


Trump was asked about his biggest mistake and he said it was staff.
These people work for you and like in the military may make suggestions
but you have final word. He should not have retained all the left over
people he did and now he knows it.



ROFL. As if Trump inherited all, or even most of his staff and they
are the root of the problem. We call that the poor widdle Trump defense.
The truth is that the vast majority of the people that were allegedly
"problems", were hired by Trump and he assured us they were the very best
people. And by and large, they were at least qualified. But soon they
ran afoul of the orange clown and then they were just no good bums.
And alleged to be someone else's fault, with the vague "swamp" or
"deep state" being a convenient place to point the finger. But it's
TRUMP that picked these people, not some swamp. This is another example
of how Trump has completely gutted the GOP of all it's values, morals
and brains.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...resign ations

Priebus
Kelly - P's replacement
Nielsen
Bannon
Gorka
Flynn
McMaster
Bolton
McFarland
Spicer
Dubke
The Mooch - who could forget him!
Cohn
Navarro
Omarossa
Tillerson - who could forget her!
Sessions
Mattis


Those are just a sampling, most of the names that people would recognize.
They were all appointed by Trump. All this in just 3 years. What a ****
show. Thank you for another Trump teaching moment.
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On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 4:28:37 PM UTC-5, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
On 2/14/2020 2:12 PM, Jim Joyce wrote:

Similar story in the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/us/politics/roger-stone-federal-prosecutors.html


quote:

Mr. Kravis, 42, said in a court filing on Tuesday afternoon that he had
resigned from his post at the Justice Department and “therefore no longer
represents the government in this matter.”

He worked in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.
Also,
he had been a trial attorney in the public integrity section of the
Justice
Department’s criminal division, according to his law school biography at
George Washington University, where he was listed as a professorial
lecturer.

/unquote


That last guy, Jonathan Kravis, seems to be the one who quit his job
after
resigning from the case.

Then today we get word that Jesse Lui resigned, as you mentioned above.

It's **** show upon **** show in DC right now. The last 3 years were bad,
but it's a **** blizzard since the acquittal.


President Trump vowed to drain the Swamp...and he's doing exactly that.
MAGA Trump 2020

Yes, but it is sad that so many good people got sucked into the
whirlpool. Some honest people with ethics got flushed.

All honest people with ethics, from what I see. Those are the ones that
Trump dislikes. The kind of people he praises are guys like Manafort,
a $60 mil tax cheat and money launderer. He says he admires him, because
he refused to cooperate with the govt investigators. And Roger Stone,
a longtime dirty trickster, convicted of multiple counts of lying to
Congress and making threats to intimidate other witnesses. He even
disobeyed the gag order the judge put in place and posted an image of
the judge with cross hairs online. Those are examples of the kind of
people Trump stands up for.


Trump seems to have an element of mob mentality, where loyalty to him is
Job 1. People who don't show the right amount of loyalty are bullied and
tossed under the bus. How does this guy have nearly 40% approval? Who are
those people?

Rhetorical questions, of course.

He frequently refers to 'dirty copy, liars, leakers, and flippers', all the
things he dislikes the most. He's referring, of course, to the honest
people who stand up for the rule of law. We've had bad Presidents before,
but not like this.



When he was campaigning he did say he likes the uneducated people.

I was glad Hillary lost but did not vote for Trump. When he won I hoped
he would do a decent job but that did not work out. The 40% though are
just infatuated with him and his junior high rhetoric.


Kind of where I'm at. I knew he was an ahole, expected a **** show,
it was obvious from what he was doing during the campaign. But I too
hoped he might improve and grow into the job. So, what was his first
major move? Why to deny that Russia had meddled in the election,
to accept Putin's lies and to side with him over America. He vilified
the US intel agencies. He should have been impeached for that,
being Putin's puppet. And following through on that, acting on Putin's
lies are what got him impeached. And now, retaliating against those
that told the truth while he was acting on Putin's Ukraine lies
is going on right now.



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