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Let's take this week out with a bang.

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Um, when a prosecutor asks for a Grand Jury, it means he is seeking an indictment. The GJ decides if there is enough evidence to get one.

I'd say this was pretty serious.

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  1. This is serious and apparently it says it is criminal investigation and not counterintelligence (I think the distinction there is that some of the counterintelligence evidence can’t be used in the open court). Mueller has 16 plus top notch lawyers/prosecutors assembled and these people would not take those jobs if there were not serious goings on. Watching the people in WV last night was scary. I didn’t even know this section of stupid America existed. And then I hear that WV ex-Dem governor who is now a Republican is another Russian stooge who sold his mining companies to Russians for 600 mil and bought them back for 5 mil (yeah, I know, I first thought those numbers were a typo but it is Joy Reid tweeting it). How does that kind of transaction work? How far and deep are these Russian reach into out politicians, state and federal? Do the mfers standing behind this buffoon cheering him on the stage understand that something may be off here?

    • The inappropriately named Governor Justice of West Virginia may be the first rat in history to climb onto a doomed ship. 😈

      • Yeah, irony that it is. I was wondering why he would switch parties at the buffoon’s behest (I suppose) after Mueller’s reveal. But of course, he is another Russian stooge, looks like.

    • pm

      Miss ya.

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