Or an easy out?
“Detailed” IG report to be released later this month?
“…the epitome of false accusation.”
No obstruction without an underlying crime, right?
Politico: Senior Democrats pulling the plug on impeachment.
“…reviewed over one million records”
Friends pen letters of support to judge for leniency.
“He was a long spiral of going down.”
“Pile of cash in garage.”
“… the facts available on the public record simply don’t support such charges.”
“Fraud networks now target individuals and businesses alike.”
“Either he’s got the names or he doesn’t.”
“There is a story to be told in New Mexico.”
“She’s become a real homebody, rarely ventures out.”
Dead for hours before discovery?
“How convenient for a lot of rich and powerful men.”
“… desperate that Donald Trump not get elected and was passionate about him not becoming the U.S. president.”
“Collectively, these documents show lenient treatment for evident criminal activity.”
Papadopoulos transcript would be a “game changer.”
Question the timing.
“Top people … need to be held accountable.”
House Dem to Rosselló: Resign.
This is your shocked face, I’m sure
Dereliction of duty.
“If they had the information they should share it.”
“Bad things can happen to good families.”
“That’s an assault on our democracy.”
Hannity: Barr already has the IG report on the FISA warrant.
Another shoe drops.
“In deep like with Comey”?
“Not one Democrat will give a damn.”
Suddenly, declassifying’s not cool any more.
Escalation — or clarification?
“This thing is changing quickly.”
“Do you know the identity of the “Andy” who is mentioned in that text message?”
“… the potential to be a game changer.”
“We won’t tell you. We can’t tell you. We can’t do it.”
“I can’t imagine any world where we wouldn’t take a look and make sure that was done properly.”
“We didn’t necessarily take [the Steele dossier] literally.”
Misplacing the blame
“What have we seen so far? Absolutely nothing.”