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    John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    If Democrats really believed Trump had committed Conspiracy or Obstruction, Why would you lead off your Impeachment Hearings with John Dean who was convicted for his cover up in the 1970s Watergate scandal. He is a convicted felon, a CNN commentator, who has compared every president with his and Nixon's criminal activities, has no evidence, was not involved in any investigation, and has no connection to the Mueller report?

    Because this is how desperate Democrats have become. Its a joke at best. John Dean was the architect of the Watergate scandal. He was disbarred and sent to prison for his crimes during the Nixon administration.

    Democrats don't have the balls to attempt an Impeachment so instead of subpoenaing the first logical witness (Mueller) who is the architect of the report and the lead investigator, or any attorney on the special counsel or any FBI investigator, or any former witness, they bring in a CNN commentator? Unfortunately for Democrats, their asinine attempt to put on this clown show wasn't aired because of the Helicopter crash in New York.

    Who are the Democrats going to bring in next, Whitey Bulger? Jerry Nadler is an embarrassment to this country.

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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    Quote Originally Posted by Condor060 View Post
    Who are the Democrats going to bring in next, Whitey Bulger?
    Well actually as it turns out Whitey Bulger did in fact send a bunch of letters from prison praising Donald Trump. If Whitey Bulger is an admirer of yours that's not a good sign that you're an innocent man.

    John Dean as a part of the Nixon cover up has a lot of expertise in how to go about it. That makes him well qualified to explain why the things this administration are doing wreak of guilty. It's like bringing in a professional hacker to test the security on your website. The guy knows what he would have done if he was trying to cover up a crime, and that makes him very good at pointing out the things Trump is doing to cover up his crimes.
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    Obstruction of Justice also applies to overt coercion of court or government officials via the means of threats or actual physical harm and also applying to deliberate sedition against a court official to undermine the appearance of legitimate authority.

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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    Quote Originally Posted by MrWonka View Post
    Well actually as it turns out Whitey Bulger did in fact send a bunch of letters from prison praising Donald Trump. If Whitey Bulger is an admirer of yours that's not a good sign that you're an innocent man.
    Smell the silly desperation in this post! Trump is guilty because Bulger admired Trump according to wonka? hysterical stuff..............
    You might as well FedEx the election to Donald Trump,” Hickenlooper said when asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper if Sanders’s embrace of the “democratic socialist” label makes him unelectable.

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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    All you need to do is watch Dean on CNN when he is railing against president Trump.
    The guy has zero credibility and absolutely no involvement in the Muller investigation.
    His appearance at the hearing was just a dog and pony show! Another fail by the dems.
    You might as well FedEx the election to Donald Trump,” Hickenlooper said when asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper if Sanders’s embrace of the “democratic socialist” label makes him unelectable.

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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    Quote Originally Posted by Condor060 View Post
    If Democrats really believed Trump had committed Conspiracy or Obstruction, Why would you lead off your Impeachment Hearings with John Dean who was convicted for his cover up in the 1970s Watergate scandal. He is a convicted felon, a CNN commentator, who has compared every president with his and Nixon's criminal activities, has no evidence, was not involved in any investigation, and has no connection to the Mueller report?

    Because this is how desperate Democrats have become. Its a joke at best. John Dean was the architect of the Watergate scandal. He was disbarred and sent to prison for his crimes during the Nixon administration.

    Democrats don't have the balls to attempt an Impeachment so instead of subpoenaing the first logical witness (Mueller) who is the architect of the report and the lead investigator, or any attorney on the special counsel or any FBI investigator, or any former witness, they bring in a CNN commentator? Unfortunately for Democrats, their asinine attempt to put on this clown show wasn't aired because of the Helicopter crash in New York.

    Who are the Democrats going to bring in next, Whitey Bulger? Jerry Nadler is an embarrassment to this country.
    Did you watch the hearing or did you get your 'news' from FauxNews?

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    GOP congressmen humiliate themselves with unhinged ranting at Mueller report hearing (VIDEO)
    One especially ridiculous moment came from sycophantic Trump supporter Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), who listed off a series of tweets that Dean had posted in the past.

    After rattling off a long list of Trump's supposed accomplishments in office, Jordan asked Dean: "So I'm just wondering, what were you thinking about when you said [Trump] is 'incapable of accomplishing anything'?"

    Dean's response put Jordan in his place and made the entire hearing room burst into laughter.

    "I think that under the parliamentary rules of the House, I'm refrained from addressing a full answer to your question," Dean said.
    “And I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    Quote Originally Posted by Common Sense 1 View Post
    Trump is guilty because Bulger admired Trump
    No, Trump is guilty because every single solitary shred of evidence says he's guilty. That's why close to 700 former federal prosecutes signed on to a letter declaring exactly that.

    The admiration by Bulger is designed more to help Trump's delusional followers get a clue into what's going on. White Bulger is one of the most notoriously vicious mob bosses in history. If he views Trump as a kindred spirit that should tell you something.

    Why is it that all the people who seem to like Trump are horrible human beings? Bulger, Kim Jong Un, Putin, Nazis, Klan Members...
    Obstruction of Justice also applies to overt coercion of court or government officials via the means of threats or actual physical harm and also applying to deliberate sedition against a court official to undermine the appearance of legitimate authority.

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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    Quote Originally Posted by Condor060 View Post
    If Democrats really believed Trump had committed Conspiracy or Obstruction, Why would you lead off your Impeachment Hearings with John Dean who was convicted for his cover up in the 1970s Watergate scandal. He is a convicted felon, a CNN commentator, who has compared every president with his and Nixon's criminal activities, has no evidence, was not involved in any investigation, and has no connection to the Mueller report?

    Because this is how desperate Democrats have become. Its a joke at best. John Dean was the architect of the Watergate scandal. He was disbarred and sent to prison for his crimes during the Nixon administration.

    Democrats don't have the balls to attempt an Impeachment so instead of subpoenaing the first logical witness (Mueller) who is the architect of the report and the lead investigator, or any attorney on the special counsel or any FBI investigator, or any former witness, they bring in a CNN commentator? Unfortunately for Democrats, their asinine attempt to put on this clown show wasn't aired because of the Helicopter crash in New York.

    Who are the Democrats going to bring in next, Whitey Bulger? Jerry Nadler is an embarrassment to this country.
    I was kind of wondering the same thing. John Dean has absolutely nothing to do with the Mueller investigation so why have him there at all?

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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    Quote Originally Posted by Somerville View Post
    Did you watch the hearing or did you get your 'news' from FauxNews?
    I watched every minute of it. What does that have to do with my post

    Dean's response put Jordan in his place and made the entire hearing room burst into laughter.

    "I think that under the parliamentary rules of the House, I'm refrained from addressing a full answer to your question," Dean said.
    Dean was trying to say he can't answer the question because this was supposed to be a non partisan hearing (parliamentary rules of the House). The laughter was directed at Dean for the stupid comment but I understand why you didn't get that.

    Sycophantic Jim Jordan? Really? Thats where we are going now. Jordan called out Dean for what he really is and is good at exposing the BS of Democrats over and over. Just another desperate reach to deflect from the idiocy of calling in Dean for a hearing.

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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    Quote Originally Posted by Condor060 View Post
    If Democrats really believed Trump had committed Conspiracy or Obstruction, Why would you lead off your Impeachment Hearings with John Dean who was convicted for his cover up in the 1970s Watergate scandal. He is a convicted felon, a CNN commentator, who has compared every president with his and Nixon's criminal activities, has no evidence, was not involved in any investigation, and has no connection to the Mueller report?

    Because this is how desperate Democrats have become. Its a joke at best. John Dean was the architect of the Watergate scandal. He was disbarred and sent to prison for his crimes during the Nixon administration.

    Democrats don't have the balls to attempt an Impeachment so instead of subpoenaing the first logical witness (Mueller) who is the architect of the report and the lead investigator, or any attorney on the special counsel or any FBI investigator, or any former witness, they bring in a CNN commentator? Unfortunately for Democrats, their asinine attempt to put on this clown show wasn't aired because of the Helicopter crash in New York.

    Who are the Democrats going to bring in next, Whitey Bulger? Jerry Nadler is an embarrassment to this country.
    Dean is the perfect example of a flawed human being (as we all are) who made the decision to put his honor and integrity, and his patriotism, ahead of his own personal freedom. When he told the truth, he knew he was going to jail.

    I've always said that if you can't serve as a good example, the least you can do is serve as a cautionary tale.


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    Re: John Dean, Real Democratic Desperation

    Quote Originally Posted by MrWonka View Post
    Well actually as it turns out Whitey Bulger did in fact send a bunch of letters from prison praising Donald Trump. If Whitey Bulger is an admirer of yours that's not a good sign that you're an innocent man.

    John Dean as a part of the Nixon cover up has a lot of expertise in how to go about it. That makes him well qualified to explain why the things this administration are doing wreak of guilty. It's like bringing in a professional hacker to test the security on your website. The guy knows what he would have done if he was trying to cover up a crime, and that makes him very good at pointing out the things Trump is doing to cover up his crimes.
    I realize Liberals have problems understanding how the rules of evidence or the law works so I will help you out. Any comment from Dean is nothing but hear say. If you were looking for an expert who's testimony could lead to a conclusion or a charge you would bring in an investigator who actually investigated the crimes. Not a 3rd party nobody from the 70s who's testimony can't provide you with a single crime you could charge someone for.

    It shows the real idiocy of the Democratic party to even consider this testimony to have any value.

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