No obstruction without an underlying crime, right?
“Mr. Horowitz is doing a very in-depth dive.”
“So Corey, let us know please, if you don’t mind.”
“It certainly doesn’t pass the smell test.”
Mueller-mas II: Non-Purview Boogaloo was a bust.
“I had more to do with the Mueller report than probably he did.”
“You wrote 180 pages on decisions that weren’t reached.”
Law & Boredom?
“You can expect him to stick pretty close to the four walls of the report come Wednesday.”
A dramatic reading?
Prediction: “as unresponsive as possible, while telling the truth.”
The specter of J. Edgar.
“This committee got rolled.”
“The Dem Witch Hunt continues!”
“Behind closed doors.”
“If the goods are there, you must impeach.”
“Look George, you’re being a little wise guy, which is typical for you …”
Equal hypocrisy under the law.
Nadler pressing Pelosi for impeachment?
“Did you ever get that feeling, or are you just in the bubble here?”
“We’re going to find more of these things.”
Another shoe drops.
Public statements and reports aren’t enough, apparently.
“We’re just not there yet.”
“In deep like with Comey”?
“…gave a political gift to Democrats in Congress”
“I certainly do not question the Attorney General’s good faith …”
“A remarkable moment.”
Suddenly, declassifying’s not cool any more.
Just how influential was Manafort?
Nadler: Mueller has to testify publicly.
Adam Schiff, Narrative Killer?
Nadler’s uncomfortable choice.
Wishcasting for Watergate II?
Calls on Congress to be loyal to the Constitution.
“It’s Bob’s call.”
“In the end, there is utter contempt in this action, but not in the case of Barr.”
“Robert Mueller doesn’t think the president broke the law ‘six ways from Sunday’.”
Now there’s enough evidence…
“we will explore lawful pathways for them to remain in the United States”