Discussion in 'USMB Breaking News' started by Doc7505, Sep 6, 2018.
How many times and in how many more threads are you going to post that same childish, silly cartoon in response to Obama's conspirators beginning to be indicted for their exposed / proven crimes, snowflake?
If you want to post an 'appropriate' meme - for you, it would be THIS:
I will keep posting it till one of your 1000 "We have them now" threads turns out to be correct. You make like 5 of these same basic threads a day and have been doing so as long as I have been on this forum, and not a one of them has ever worked out the way you claimed it all would.
I don't do 'we have him now' posts, my little confused snowflake. That has been you and your fellow butt-hurt election results deniers for the last 2 years. I just posted McCabe, one of the conspirators, is now facing a Grand Jury for his crimes identified by the US IG in his report. I did not say he would NOT be protected by the large number of very powerful and influential Democrats who stand to lose A LOT if McCabe 'flips'.
I guess Sessions likes his job
No he didn't.... the IG did not even accuse him of "falsification to the FBI or IG investigator", he was accused of "lack of Candor" by the IG, and lack of Candor is a level below "lying/falsification to the FBI etc."..... in general, in lack of candor accusations the employee is reprimanded or disciplined, and not fired.
Falsification and Lack of Candor are Quite Distinct
The Court explained that falsification and lack of candor are distinct charges. Generally speaking, falsification involves an affirmative misrepresentation and requires intent to deceive. Lack of candor, on the other hand, is a broader and more flexible concept. The Court said that lack of candor need not involve an affirmative misrepresentation; failure to disclose something that, in the circumstances, should have been disclosed may suffice. The Court added that unlike the case with falsification, lack of candor does not require intent to deceive.
Can Federal Employees Be Disciplined For "Lack Of Candor"?
McCabe HELPED Trump in the election by leaking to the press about an investigation in to the Clinton Foundation...that it was still going on and had not ended.
As the Deputy director, he actually had the power to release so called 'leaks', so he did not break the rules on that at all...
but, he was not completely forth coming about it.... that's what he got in trouble for....
Seems to me, it is the Trump Administration with emphasis on Trump himself, that is turning our Justice department in to a tool for the President/ Dictator to punish his perceived enemies, like in any good Banana Republic!
In other words, using it for all of his phony witch hunts, that he is ACTUALLY doing, while he claims it is others doing it to him. He really is an awful person, inside and out.... and for the life of me, I do not understand how any person, can not see this and admit to this?
Odd that this thread doesn't have much action.
This is fucking HUGE.
#2 at the FBI under Obama might go to prison for corruption?
If That's Where The Evidence Leads
And That's Where It Goes
Then They Should Follow Through
Them's The Rules !!
Gee, That Would Be Bigger Than WATERGATE
Obama's A Private Citizen Now
Does That Mean He Can Be Indicted And Prosecuted ??
The 'World Citizen' Has Always Prefered Living Abroad
(If Illegals Can Dream, So Can I...)
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