“But Trump is not playing chess. The man is playing Hungry Hungry Hippos.”
Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people—does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership.
This article is from January 3, but now the DOJ is in on it. The NYT January 3rd article
Lesson: Except where absolutely necessary never ever let the left hand know what the right hand is doing. In fact, chop off every hand you can and move as rapidly as possible to eliminate hands attached to humans altogether.
I read “key excerpts” from Fiona Hill’s 429 page deposition transcript
Lincoln Would Not Recognize His Own Party by David W. Blight He would see the Republicans as the antithesis of everything he fought for. By David W. Blight Dr. Blight, … Continue reading There’s a lot of talk on Twitter and right-wing media about Republicans being the “party of Lincoln” and the heroes of the Civil War. Yale professor and Pulitzer Prize winner David Blight explains why that’s ridiculous—
Been hearing about all those old AG Barr scandals? Sneak into the archives here. Attorney General William Barr is acting exactly as he should have been expected to act. Reading … Continue reading Barr deep dive brought from landing page to actual post
DOJ letter in response to House Judiciary Cmte asserting executive privilege on the Mueller Report: May 7, 2019 (pdf)
Deep Barr Dive – IRAQGATE – Bill Barr has always been a big fat liar
What happens to all the abandoned videos made in 3 minutes for use in a stupid tweet? Unloved, unneeded, they’re thrown away like trash… or recycled onto a blog post to assuage the guilt.
Obviously, these cases are all National Security cases and throughout certain things have been redacted if they pertain to a part of the investigation which is still ongoing. You might think by now that Manafort’s attorneys would have figured out how to redact a court filing, or that, considering the considerable jeopardy facing their client, they might at least consult Google on the subject.
But you would be wrong.