Thursday, June 15, 2017

He (President Trump) Is Clearly In A Furious Mood. Is Now The Time To Appoint A Special Counsel To Investigate Hillary Clinton's Email Scandal?

WNU Editor: More from Zero Hedge .... Furious Trump Lashes Out In Afternoon Tweetstorm (Zero Hedge).

The best part of Zero Hedge's post is the last paragraph ....

.... Of course, until someone within the Trump administration or Republican Party smartens up and calls for the appointment of a 'Special Counsel' to look into Hillary's email scandal, something that should have been done long ago, and not for retaliatory reasons but simply due to Comey's and AG Lynch's blatant mishandling of the investigation (a point which Deputy AG Rosenstein obviously agreed with), the Democrats have no reason to calm their mass hysteria. Then, and only then, do we suspect that Hillary might just be able to 'convince' her party to exercise some form of reasonable judgement.

The problem is .... I do not think Hillary Clinton has any more pull in the Democrat Party to change the direction that they are going right now.


Jay Farquharson said...


Maybe a Special Investigation to find the Kenyan Muslim Usurper's Birth Certificate?

How about on to finally convict Ted Cruz's dad for killing JFK?


War News Updates Editor said...

If you can appoint a Special Counsel to investigate the President colluding with Russia when we now know that there was no investigation on Trump collusion .... I say .... why not.

Jay Farquharson said...

A Special Investigator was appointed for Trump/Russia, because Adolph Twitler and his minions fired Comey to shut down the Trump/Russia investigation,

and because they sandbagged Rosenstein, and Session's was semi-recused, Rosenstein appointed a Special Investigator to try to salvage the damage that Sessions/Twitler had inflicted.

And while Hair Furour was not the focus of the Investigation, Flynn/Stone/Manifort were, Little Big Boy, Kushner and Racist Sessions now are front and center.

The Great Orange Bloat can yell on twitter all he want's, but for now, the US is still a country where the Seperation of Power's and the Rule of Law, still prevail. It's not yet Putin's Russia.

jimbrown said...


Jay Farquharson said...


No Special Investigator or Special Council has been appointed,

It's just an angry deranged man yelling on twitter,

Jay Farquharson said...

Edit,"your Russia",

Anonymous said...

Jay - we find ourselves in agreement (somewhat) for the first time.. I fully agree with you that the Obama birther issue that was pushed by Trump was an outrageous, likely racist lie and Trump has done many other things that involved lies.. I'd never vote for that guy .. having said all that.. where the freaking f*ck is the proof of anything CNN has been saying for the last half year? Where is the proof for collusion? Where is the proof for money ties to Russia? These are major major accusations and innuendo that from my point of view caused a guy to shoot Republican law makers now.. it's going to far.. the accusing side needs to show proof. Don't give me that "watergate took 2 years" thing though, please.. wake up man.. this is about stealing the presidency of the US, not some recordings/tapes Nixon made.. it's a bit higher urgency and already the first people have died because of this.. freaking show proof (I really want Trump to be gone, but it has to be fair .. show the proof.. not just innuendo that causes people to go mad and shoot other people)

Jay Farquharson said...


Ain't a 45 minute CSI episode.

Watergate took 3 years, 25 for the truth to be out.

Burglaries, a year or so,

Conspiracies, half a decade.

Real investigations, take time.

9 years between HSBC being statrted to be investigated for Drug Money Laundering, and their plea deal.

NaRong said...

OK ultimately the guy who shoots is the responsible, but CNN and this type of "making money with sensational claims" has gone too far
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