Trump: “Game Over”
Barr Confirms No Collusion
by The Liberty Beacon Editors
MSM is acting like the child at dinner time who has been informed “Either you eat your spinach or you do not go out and play.” This is usually followed by a threat from the child to hold it’s breath until something terrible happens unless they get their way.
And so it is with Down Stream Media. The Mueller Report is out and in the hands of the people it is supposed to be and in the order as called for by law. DSM just cannot accept the fact that the Game is Over. Russiagate is drying and shriveling up like a missed and forgotten grape left on the vine after harvest time. (TLB ed.)
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(ZeroHedge) Attorney General William Barr said during Thursday’s press conference that while there was no collusion and the White House fully cooperated with the Mueller probe, there were 10 ‘episodes’ where Trump may have obstructed the investigation which Barr and Rosenstein disagreed with.
Barr says he disagrees with some of #MuellerReport legal theories as it pertains to obstruction of justice. Based mainly on his belief Trump was defending himself against an extraordinary attack on his presidency he was exonerated for. And he was cooperative with investigation.
The White House press corps was visibly livid following Barr’s statement – with one reporter honing in on the AG’s suggestion that Trump faced an “unprecedented” situation. Barr shot back; “Is there another precedent for it?”
(WH Brief feed to TLB)
Attorney General William Barr's exchange with a reporter on the Mueller report is legendary.REPORTER: “You said [Trump] faced an unprecedented situation!”BARR: “Well, is there another precedent for it?REPORTER: “Well… no.”🔥🔥🔥
Posted by White House Brief on Thursday, April 18, 2019
Barr: “The Special Counsel found no collusion by any Americans.” #NoCollusionNoObstruction
President Trump chimed in with a Game of Thrones themed “No Collusion”, “No Obstruction” tweet.
(Bloomberg) “Justice Department regulations say that Mueller should explain in a report to the attorney general the decisions that he made on who to prosecute, and he can choose to discuss additional relevant findings.
Barr is going beyond what’s required under Justice Department regulations by sharing any of the report. The regulations require only that he inform Congress if the special counsel was prevented from taking a significant action. Barr has said there was no such situation.”
(TLB) Article resources: ZeroHedge, Bloomberg, Twitter and White House Brief feed.
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