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Subject: Re: Flynn
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Subject: Re: Flynn
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MNMikeW wrote:
> DumbedDownUSA wrote:
>> Alan Baker wrote:
>>> On 2017-12-02 3:19 PM, Moderate wrote:
>>>> Alan Baker<> Wrote in message:
>>>>> On 2017-12-02 1:14 PM, Moderate wrote:
>>>>>>> Flynn wouldn't have entered a plea agreement if this was all
>>>>>>> Mueller had on him. But of course immoderate is too stupid to
>>>>>>> even consider that possibility, as obvious as it is.
>>>>>> Bwaahaahaa.
>>>>>> It is over. Prosecutors have discretion. They used them. Zip,
>>>>>> nada. Idiots are waiting for the other shoe to drop. It is
>>>>>> over.
>>>>> Do you want to make a small wager on that?
>>>>> :-)
>>>> I want to make a $3500 wager on that.
>>> So you can welch?
>> Well you can't have it both ways. You asked the biggest liar on the
>> group if he'd like to make a wager... and he called your bluff knowing
>> that it means nothing to do so as he has no honour.
> Is Baker going to make a video of him counting out the $3500 he sends to
> Mod? LOL!

"By hiding from Congress, and from the American people, documented 
political bias by a key FBI head investigator for both the Russia 
collusion probe and the Clinton email investigation, the FBI and DOJ 
engaged in a willful attempt to thwart Congress' constitutional 
oversight responsibility," Nunes said in a statement Saturday afternoon. 
"This is part of a months-long pattern by the DOJ and FBI of 
stonewalling and obstructing this committee's oversight work, 
particularly oversight of their use of the Steele dossier. At this 
point, these agencies should be investigating themselves."

"The DOJ has now expressed -- on a Saturday, just hours after the press 
reports on Strzok's dismissal appeared -- a sudden willingness to comply 
with some of the committee's long-standing demands," Nunes said in the 
statement. "This attempted 11th-hour accommodation is neither credible 
nor believable, and in fact is yet another example of the DOJ's 
disingenuousness and obstruction."