Skip to comments.Will anyone more be prosecuted in the obamagate attempt to frame the president
Posted on 09/04/2020 2:03:31 PM PDT by ckilmer
Will anyone more be prosecuted in the obamagate attempt to frame the president
We were told that more prosecutions would come but so far nothing.
Should be assume if there is nothing next week --then we're done with prosecutions for this year.
In before the DOOOOOOOOM posters! *ground begins to shake as the herd wheels and heads our way*
There are moves and counter moves, and frankly, threats made and the Trump administration has to mitigate and overcome obstacles, so as any war, the path is not always predictable. I believe that more will happen this year but with sufficient threats to the safety of our country, or counter moves that could benefit the overall prosecution, I don’t know.
What you should look for are indictments ... sources tell Dan Bongino that several are in the works, but so far not at the leve; of the muzzie traitor Brennan or Faud Comey.
The Night Watchman at the FBI building is next I think
To quote Zuckerberg: “My Team will get back to you on that!”
They will all be held just as accountable as Hillary was, when she flipped the bird to investigators looking for her emails.
Just Elect Biden, and we will not have worry about issues like this.
Boom!!!! Hannity says!
NO, no one will get prosecuted. It’s dead, Jim.
If it can be proven that they broke the law, yes.
If what they did was just evil, wicked, mean and nasty, then no.
Don’t step on the grass, Sam.
Only when the people rise up will there be justice.
Bill Barr is the head of clean up crew for the CIA and Deepstate. How many IG reports have been released with no action taken?
Hope that helped but you knew that.
No of course not. It’s was a dog and pony show. They’re ALWAYS dog and pony shows. Stop believing them. For the elite keeping themselves from being accountable is far more important than holding a fellow elite accountable.
Ha! That’s a good one.
I’m packing it in by 9/14. Nothing will happen after that date.
He solves problems.
I do think Clinesmith cut a deal based on how his plea went down from my experience doing federal criminal defense work, but it remains to be seen what that may encompass. I could br totally wrong. Who knows...
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