#45 is considering using executive privilege to silence James Comey
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« on: June 03, 2017, 02:24:21 am »

If the president does this, it will make him look guiltier. Keep in mind, this is just an investigation to see if any wrongdoing was done. No one is being charged with anything and so far absolutely NO collusion has been found or proven; therefore, it will look very strange if the president takes this action to silence James Comey this early on into an investigation that so far hasn't proven a thing. If there's nothing to hide, then why not just ignore what's going on let James Comey testify? Maybe what Comey says will be in supportive of the president and his administration. Then again, this administration is known for making things worse on itself  Crazy?

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/will-trump-stop-comey-from-testifying-spicer-doesnt-rule-it-out/

Please, no "libtard" this and irrelevant Hillary talk. Can we have a discussion without derailment for once?
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« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2017, 02:29:23 am »

I remember when #45 tweeted that he had "tapes" of conversations between them, I wonder what they talked about?
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« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2017, 02:41:19 am »

I remember when #45 tweeted that he had "tapes" of conversations between them, I wonder what they talked about?

The only way we will know anything is if Comey is allowed to testify. He could potentially put a lot of unknown things into context. He could very well help #45 by showing he never noticed any evidence of collusion or any wrongdoing. Comey needs to testify or it will only start more questions. He's been cleared by Mueller, so he should be allowed to testify in front of America. Can you imagine how damaging it would be with so many people now paying attention for #45 to use executive privilege to block someone who wants to testify under oath on live TV? We'd soon be asking how low can those approval ratings go because no one will be able to spin that level of obstruction.
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« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2017, 05:19:38 am »

I remember when #45 tweeted that he had "tapes" of conversations between them, I wonder what they talked about?

Every conversation with the President is taped, that isn't news. 
You can wonder all you like, but when libtards start making up their own  fictional stories (fake news) and assuming them to be true - that is a problem.
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« Reply #4 on: June 03, 2017, 05:31:57 am »

If the president does this, it will make him look guiltier. Keep in mind, this is just an investigation to see if any wrongdoing was done. No one is being charged with anything and so far absolutely NO collusion has been found or proven; therefore, it will look very strange if the president takes this action to silence James Comey this early on into an investigation that so far hasn't proven a thing. If there's nothing to hide, then why not just ignore what's going on let James Comey testify? Maybe what Comey says will be in supportive of the president and his administration. Then again, this administration is known for making things worse on itself  Crazy?

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/will-trump-stop-comey-from-testifying-spicer-doesnt-rule-it-out/

Please, no "libtard" this and irrelevant Hillary talk. Can we have a discussion without derailment for once?

More libtard crap from you.  Are you getting paid by Hillary's new "resist Trump" PAC?
Having nothing to attack Trump with, you just imagine a scenario in which Trump MIGHT do something such as invoke "executive privilege".   Executive privilege exists, and some libtard reporter asked Sean Spicer if the president was going to use it.  How is Spicer supposed to reply? 
He can't say "YES" because it's not Spicer's place to be announcing what the president is going to do in the future.
He can't say "NO" because Spicer can't eliminate an option for the president.
So, he gave the only answer that he could "it has not been ruled out".

Libtards are so proficient at imagining things.. so let's imagine that a reporter asked Spicer "is the president going to attack North Korea?"
Spicer couldn't say "YES he is!" for many obvious reasons.
He couldn't say "NO" because then if he did, that would not only let Kim Yung Fool off the hook, it would also portray Trump as a liar if he then did attack North Korea. 

Reporters need to confine their questions to what has already been done, and what IS being done, and avoid asking questions about what will the president be doing in the future. 
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« Reply #5 on: June 03, 2017, 05:49:08 am »

If the president does this, it will make him look guiltier. Keep in mind, this is just an investigation to see if any wrongdoing was done. No one is being charged with anything and so far absolutely NO collusion has been found or proven; therefore, it will look very strange if the president takes this action to silence James Comey this early on into an investigation that so far hasn't proven a thing. If there's nothing to hide, then why not just ignore what's going on let James Comey testify? Maybe what Comey says will be in supportive of the president and his administration. Then again, this administration is known for making things worse on itself  Crazy?

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/will-trump-stop-comey-from-testifying-spicer-doesnt-rule-it-out/

Please, no "libtard" this and irrelevant Hillary talk. Can we have a discussion without derailment for once?

More libtard crap from you.  Are you getting paid by Hillary's new "resist Trump" PAC?
Having nothing to attack Trump with, you just imagine a scenario in which Trump MIGHT do something such as invoke "executive privilege".   Executive privilege exists, and some libtard reporter asked Sean Spicer if the president was going to use it.  How is Spicer supposed to reply? 
He can't say "YES" because it's not Spicer's place to be announcing what the president is going to do in the future.
He can't say "NO" because Spicer can't eliminate an option for the president.
So, he gave the only answer that he could "it has not been ruled out".

Libtards are so proficient at imagining things.. so let's imagine that a reporter asked Spicer "is the president going to attack North Korea?"
Spicer couldn't say "YES he is!" for many obvious reasons.
He couldn't say "NO" because then if he did, that would not only let Kim Yung Fool off the hook, it would also portray Trump as a liar if he then did attack North Korea. 

Reporters need to confine their questions to what has already been done, and what IS being done, and avoid asking questions about what will the president be doing in the future. 

Trolls gonna troll, literally "libtard" used in every sentence.
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« Reply #6 on: June 03, 2017, 07:39:17 am »

Trump is an idiot, and so are a good number of his supporters.
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« Reply #7 on: June 03, 2017, 07:53:43 am »

Trump is an idiot, and so are a good number of his supporters.

Whatever you think of Trump.. he was the best candidate.  Who do you think was a better candidate?

Trump is actually quite smart. 
I don't care for his strong support of pigs (aka police).  There need to be new laws to hold police accountable for their actions.  They have a tremendous amount of power, and most of them abuse their powers.  The one's that don't abuse their powers are not much better, because they are complicit with the actions of the pigs that do. 
Trump's biggest fault is probably that he leaves himself open to being attacked by libtards.   In his life, he's never had to defend himself.  He could just fire or disassociate from anybody that was giving him grief.   He has not yet learned how to fend off the maggot libtards and piranha fake news media.
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« Reply #8 on: June 03, 2017, 03:13:54 pm »

I will say, Trump is not as bad as he is made out to be. You'd think he was the antichrist the way some people go on. He does come across though as very very ignorant on many issues. I can't take him seriously at all. But then that could be partly my fault and my own prejudices.
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« Reply #9 on: June 03, 2017, 03:26:02 pm »

The topic was of #45 possibly considering using executive privilege to silence James Comey, and yet we have people shilling for Trump calling him "the better candidate".

Unlike the Trump supporters, I don't believe the Russia probe should be dismissed entirely, I'd like to see an investigation to determine the level of Russian influence into the election.

Regardless of whether Trump is a Russian puppet or not, I believe he is controlled by the global elite. Here are my reasons:

He is continuing Obama's foreign policy

He is giving money to terrorist supporting countries (Saudi Arabia)

He has changed many of his policy positions (Not cutting Medicare, Declaring China a Currency Manipulator, Non interventionism)
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« Reply #10 on: June 09, 2017, 12:29:49 am »

Royalcrown, now that Comey's testimony has come out, do you want to revisist your comments in this thread? 
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« Reply #11 on: June 09, 2017, 02:26:55 am »

Royalcrown, now that Comey's testimony has come out, do you want to revisist your comments in this thread? 

I posted a thread not long after this thread acknowledging that the president wasn't going to use executive privilege to stop Comey here: https://forum.gaytorrent.ru/index.php?topic=50320.0 Other than that, no, I have nothing else to revisit. I clearly stated in this thread that the investigation was to see if there was possible collusion, which there hasn't been any proof of as of yet, and I never in this thread claimed the president himself was being investigated. Do you see otherwise?
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« Reply #12 on: June 09, 2017, 02:28:10 am »

I never in this thread claimed the president himself was being investigated. Do you see otherwise?

Yes.

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If the president does this, it will make him look guiltier.
Guiltier or what?  If he wasn't under investigation, as you say, how can he be guilty? 
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« Reply #13 on: June 09, 2017, 02:36:47 am »

I never in this thread claimed the president himself was being investigated. Do you see otherwise?

Yes.

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If the president does this, it will make him look guiltier.
Guiltier or what?  If he wasn't under investigation, as you say, how can he be guilty? 

Saying that if he silenced Comey, it would make him look guiltier, doesn't mean he actually is guilty; just that his actions make him appear to be guilty of something. I have always held the belief that his actions make him look guilty; hence, why I always say he keeps making self-inflicted wounds on his administration. There is an appearance of guilt, but no guilt has been proven or even close to being proven at this time. I still didn't say he was under investigation. Notice I said make him look guiltier and not make him guiltier. Stop jumping to unfounded conclusions based off of you reading something wrong.
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« Reply #14 on: June 09, 2017, 02:41:17 am »

I have always held the belief that his actions make him look guilty

Got it.  Feelz over realz. 
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« Reply #15 on: June 09, 2017, 02:45:37 am »

I have always held the belief that his actions make him look guilty

Got it.  Feelz over realz. 

More like my honest opinion which is not a fact. You're giving my comment a little too much credit. Just because I said it would make him look guiltier doesn't mean he is guilty or that every single person has that same viewpoint. Either way, he didn't use executive privilege and I made a subsequent thread (https://forum.gaytorrent.ru/index.php?topic=50320.0) addressing the fact that he didn't use said privilege; therefore, you flaming this thread was wholly uncalled for. Goodbye.
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