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Heres where we begin our investigation into Russian interference with circumstantial evidence of

Here’s where we begin our investigation into Russian interference – with circumstantial evidence of collusion & direct evidence of deception - Adam Schiff

Stand Up Republic - "Sunlight" (calls for tRump/Russia select committee to investigate)

Appoint Preet Bharara as Special Prosecutor to investigate election influence by Russia (Petition)


Preet Bharara is one of the most accomplished jurists in America, with a history of honest, non-partisan investigations and an ability to take on even the largest of cases. He’s led the charge against corruption in the New York State government, financial fraud on Wall Street, and international gang activity. He is respected by Democrats and Republicans alike and has extensive experience with international investigations, including in Russia.

Now that he is no longer the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Mr. Bharara is the perfect candidate to take on the task of investigating the role Russia played in the 2016 elections.

Rod Rosenstein is currently the U.S. attorney for the District of Maryland, and is expected to be confirmed as the Deputy Attorney General. Because Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from all future cases that involve Russia, Mr. Rosenstein will be responsible for leading any investigation into Russia’s actions. We ask Mr. Rosenstein to name Mr. Bharara as Special Prosecutor in charge of the investigation.

Election integrity is central to our survival as a democracy. This isn’t a Republican or a Democratic issue — this is an American issue. We as a nation demand an honest, non-partisan investigation, and Preet Bharara stands alone in his qualification to lead that inquiry.

Basic high school civics lessons we knew in 1948. THIS WAS ON PAGE 1!

Yates, Comey Invited to Testify in House Intel Hearing on Russia - (getting popcorn ready)

Posted by Snarkoleptic | Wed Mar 8, 2017, 09:12 AM (0 replies)

Anyone want to demand an Independent Special Prosecutor to investigate Trump's Russia ties?

Who's calling their congresscritters to step up the pressure?
Posted by Snarkoleptic | Sun Mar 5, 2017, 01:33 PM (3 replies)

Sessions matters because-yet 1 more Trump inner circle guy mtg with top Russians & concealing it.

Sessions matters because it's yet 1 more Trump inner circle guy meeting with top Russians - & concealing it. Big Picture here ain't pretty.

Posted by Snarkoleptic | Thu Mar 2, 2017, 10:11 AM (1 replies)

Sessions committed perjury & broke Logan Act. Those are CRIMES. It's not recusal it's resignation.

Posted by Snarkoleptic | Thu Mar 2, 2017, 10:08 AM (3 replies)

Jeff Sessions said that people who commit perjury must be removed from office.


It now appears very likely that Sessions committed the very same crime he once voted to convict President Clinton of. The federal perjury statute forbids anyone who has “taken an oath before a competent tribunal, officer, or person” from “willfully and contrary to such oath” making a statement on “any material matter which he does not believe to be true.”

There is, to be fair, some wiggle room in this statute. To convict Sessions, for example, a prosecutor would have to prove that Sessions did not believe that his reportedly false statements about “the Russians” to be true. Thus, if Sessions had somehow forgotten about those meetings, that would provide him with a defense.

This is the sort of argument that Sessions’ defense attorneys could make on his behalf at trial. And Sessions, of course, should be afforded the same presumption of innocence that attaches to anyone accused of a crime.

Trump to skip WH Correspondents Dinner, because

he's a humorless prick.

More here, but not really....
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