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A list of former federal prosecutors (735 and growing) across decades of experience have co-signed a statement which proclaims that President Trump would be charged with obstruction of justice IF...if he were not president.  It is primarily the policy of the Department of Justice to not indict a sitting prescient (as noted in many statements, interviews and Mueller's own report). But all 735 (and growing) feel that sufficient evidence exists that would not only amount to charges but multiple convictions if Trump were not under the aforementioned policy protection.

Of the 735 listed, 341 have served 10 years or longer which suggests they were appointed and/or server under presidents of both parties. 176 served for 20 or more years. 71 served for 30 or more years.  These are not partisan hacks.  Some served across 7 to even 8 different presidencies.

They have a combined federal law knowledge of tens of thousands of years of experience. This is proof the Department of Justice is using policy rather than warrant and justification to defend the president and prevent an indictment.



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SpokenTruth said:

A list of former federal prosecutors (735 and growing) across decades of experience have co-signed a statement which proclaims that President Trump would be charged with obstruction of justice IF...if he were not president.  It is primarily the policy of the Department of Justice to not indict a sitting prescient (as noted in many statements, interviews and Mueller's own report). But all 735 (and growing) feel that sufficient evidence exists that would not only amount to charges but multiple convictions if Trump were not under the aforementioned policy protection.

Of the 735 listed, 341 have served 10 years or longer which suggests they were appointed and/or server under presidents of both parties. 176 served for 20 or more years. 71 served for 30 or more years.  These are not partisan hacks.  Some served across 7 to even 8 different presidencies.

They have a combined federal law knowledge of tens of thousands of years of experience. This is proof the Department of Justice is using policy rather than warrant and justification to defend the president and prevent an indictment.

Another case with big numbers like 30,000 emails agree's with you, except for the word proof. It's always the good one's that get away isn't it?



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SpokenTruth said:
CaptainExplosion said:

And the NRA is to blame for these happening so often now, all because they refuse to give up their weapons.

Why isn't the NRA classified as a terrorist group?

Money, ego, power, control, insecurity, enmity.....

No wonder the rest of the free world says America sucks. -_-



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EricHiggin said:
SpokenTruth said:

A list of former federal prosecutors (735 and growing) across decades of experience have co-signed a statement which proclaims that President Trump would be charged with obstruction of justice IF...if he were not president.  It is primarily the policy of the Department of Justice to not indict a sitting prescient (as noted in many statements, interviews and Mueller's own report). But all 735 (and growing) feel that sufficient evidence exists that would not only amount to charges but multiple convictions if Trump were not under the aforementioned policy protection.

Of the 735 listed, 341 have served 10 years or longer which suggests they were appointed and/or server under presidents of both parties. 176 served for 20 or more years. 71 served for 30 or more years.  These are not partisan hacks.  Some served across 7 to even 8 different presidencies.

They have a combined federal law knowledge of tens of thousands of years of experience. This is proof the Department of Justice is using policy rather than warrant and justification to defend the president and prevent an indictment.

Another case with big numbers like 30,000 emails agree's with you, except for the word proof. It's always the good one's that get away isn't it?

A point well made, Eric.



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CaptainExplosion said:
LuccaCardoso1 said:
Another school shooting. This is ridiculous.

https://coloradosun.com/2019/05/07/stem-school-shooting-highlands-ranch/

And the NRA is to blame for these happening so often now, all because they refuse to give up their weapons.

Why isn't the NRA classified as a terrorist group?

As far as i'm aware no NRA member have committed a mass shooting. These shooters are just idiots who need help.



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807 now and still growing. 191 with 20+ years of experience. 376 with 10+ years.



Massimus - "Trump already has democrat support."

https://www.engadget.com/2019/05/08/senate-bill-bans-paid-loot-boxes/
People cried loud enough and now lootboxes might be gone.



jason1637 said:
CaptainExplosion said:

And the NRA is to blame for these happening so often now, all because they refuse to give up their weapons.

Why isn't the NRA classified as a terrorist group?

As far as i'm aware no NRA member have committed a mass shooting. These shooters are just idiots who need help.

They're worse than idiots who need help - they're idiots who need help with ridiculously easy access to guns.



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LuccaCardoso1 said:
jason1637 said:

As far as i'm aware no NRA member have committed a mass shooting. These shooters are just idiots who need help.

They're worse than idiots who need help - they're idiots who need help with ridiculously easy access to guns.

But they're not killing anyone. I'd say a meass shooter is worse than a NRA member.



jason1637 said:
LuccaCardoso1 said:

They're worse than idiots who need help - they're idiots who need help with ridiculously easy access to guns.

But they're not killing anyone. I'd say a meass shooter is worse than a NRA member.

I was referring to mass shooters, not NRA members.

NRA does a disservice in the sense that they promote and glamourize guns, but they're obviously not as bad as literal mass shooters.



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