Q&A: Would Trump request to end Flynn probe have broken law? Short answer – no. If the investigation of Flynn wasn’t a criminal investigation definitely no. Yet the libtards in Congress keep screaming like petulant children.

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poppajoe49
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The left is so desperate for some straw to grasp at, that they will try to make an issue out of anything, no matter how much of a lie.

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deepthinker
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When Mueller finds nothing between Trump and the Russians. What will the dip shits and fakers. Itch about next? It’s time to put all this shit right where it needs to be. At the feet of the dip shits and fakers.

JPTravis
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If Trump asking Comey to stop wasting time investigating Flynn who no longer works for the government, barely held his job for five minutes, and as far as I know didn’t break any law but merely failed to mention a meeting with Russians, is considered obstruction of justice, then what the hell would you call Bill Clinton meeting with Loretta Lynch on the tarmac of an airport while his wife was under investigation?

SHAGGY
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The Libtards will keep screaming because of two reasons:

They can’t believe they lost.

They got nothing else.

They are behaving like third world leaders. If anyone made this into a banana republic, it was Schumer, Pelosi and thier merry band of morons.

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