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Moore Leads By 6% in AL

CBS News and YouGov have put out a new poll that contradicts the poll The Washington Post put out yesterday by showing Roy Moore with a 6% lead over Doug Jones.

US SENATE – ALABAMA (CBS/YouGov)
Roy Moore (R) 49%
Doug Jones (D) 43%

This poll was done November 28-December 1 among likely voters.

Posted by Dave at 9:54 pm
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185 Responses to “Moore Leads By 6% in AL”

  1. mnw says:

    And I thought the drizzly green pig manure Jones served up on abortion was bad! I just read his comments about illegal immigration issues: “What about sanctuary cities?” “That’s an issue for Californians.”

  2. mnw says:

    “Do you favor a border wall, Doug?” “No, it’s too darned expensive! I’d rather spend that $30 billion on health care.”

  3. jason says:

    However, the Pope’s politics are irrelevant to my faith.”

    Not so sure about that since it threatens the future of the Church.

    But hey its your church, feel free to take the Sargent Schultz approach.

  4. jason says:

    Wow, first the Eagles make the dumbest challenge of the day and then Wentz fumbles into the end zone.

    Like I said, tonight is a good time for these screw-ups, you don’t want to do it during the playoffs.

  5. jason says:

    Yep, Moore is lucky Jones is a moonbat, the Dems don’t have any more moderates even in AL.

    The Dems have their own deadender primary voters.

  6. jason says:

    The scumbag vs. the moonbat.

    Great choice.

  7. Cash Cow TM says:

    Peter Strzok

    Peter strokz?

  8. Cash Cow TM says:

    Is it against the law in the U.S. to talk to the Russian ambasador?

  9. Cash Cow TM says:

    Or is it only illegal to talk to the Rooshan ambassador if you are a Repub?

  10. Tina says:

    With an assist by gloria allred, a clinton super delegate.

  11. Cash Cow TM says:

    So has salmon coated Michael switched teams again?

    Did he go free agent or was he traded?

  12. jason says:

    Kick the FG idiots, lots of time left….geezuz…

  13. jason says:

    All Red is certainly an asset for Moore…

  14. jason says:

    Michael is playing the field.

  15. jason says:

    Eagles having an off night re play calling, tackling, challenges, fumbling, you name it.

  16. MichiganGuy says:

    You can tell foxnews is against Roy Moore. No mention of the YouGov poll but, retweets washingtonpost poll 1 hour ago. LOL Let’s see if, foxnews comes out with another poll saying Jones is still in the lead. SMH.

    https://twitter.com/FoxNews/status/937521364159705088

  17. brucefdb says:

    jason….I love football but not the nfl, but have to admit I’ve been sneaking peaks because the Rams are doing well. so I watched most of the Eagles/Seahawks game since they are both good teams. I think the Eagles are better than the Seahawks, sometimes things don’t bounce your way. The Rams are improved a lot, but I think your Eagles and the Seahawks are both better than my Rammies. But the best team does not always win.

  18. brucefdb says:

    17 fox does not have to cover their butt because they are the ‘de facto’ conservative network so they get away with junk polls to help confuse the rubes.

  19. JC says:

    Add another one to the list.

    James Levine, famed opera conductor, is suspended after three men come forward alledging decades of sexual assault abuse: https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/12/03/arts/music/james-levine-met-opera.html?smid=tw-nytimes&smtyp=cur&referer=

  20. Tgca says:

    DW

    Per Drudge link, some guy named Levine, the Met Opera conductor and past music director suspended due to 3 accusations from guys dating back to the 1960s. He supposedly had sexual relations within a 16 yo when he was 25 and a 17 yo back in the 1980s.

  21. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The leftist Guardian did a story about Moore’s stay in Australia in 1984, when he worked in the outback for a year. This was during the period Moore is accused of harassing minor girls. Here is a quote:

    “From there, Telemon is about a further 18 miles (30km) south-west on what’s known locally as the Tambo Road, an infrequently surfaced, undulating stretch linking Springsure with the gargantuan cattle stations that dot this part of Australia. While there, Moore lived with the family and worked on the property, mustering cattle, fixing fences and building stockyards.

    “I don’t think he’d ever done that sort of manual labour in his life, but he took to it like a duck to water,” Turner said.

    Colin Rolfe was diagnosed with cancer not long after Moore arrived and died on Christmas Eve in 1984. But in interviews with four of the six Rolfe children, as well as others who met him while he was staying in Queensland, all expressed shock at the allegations made against Moore.

    “Nothing like that ever came up,” John Rolfe, Colin’s eldest son, said. “He seemed very straightforward, very much how you’d expect a young American. I’m quite surprised. It’s not what we saw at all in his time with us … We thought very highly of him.”

    One woman, who was 16 years old when Moore lived with the Rolfes and came in close contact with him, said she never felt uncomfortable around him.

    Maybe he was trying to get away from something
    Pat Klose
    “There was nothing of that kind on my part. I certainly didn’t feel uneasy with him,” the woman, who asked to remain anonymous, told the Guardian.

    “There was never anything remotely like that [and] I was in my teenage years, which I guess would have been the prime time if he was going to do something. Usually you have your antenna out for that sort of thing and nothing untoward came about. I remember he was gregarious, very bubbly and loud … a typical American.”

  22. MichiganGuy says:

    Trump moves to block Romney from the Senate

    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/12/03/trump-mitt-romney-utah-senate-hatch-276805

    Let’s hope Sen. Orrin Hatch seeks re-election. We don’t need rino Romney in the Senate.

  23. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason still refuses to tell me what I am supposed to do about the Pope. Maybe he thinks I get a vote on the Papacy.

  24. MichiganGuy says:

    #22 That is why Republicans in Alabama support him. The stories of the accusers have fallen completely apart. They have no credibility. Also, if Sen. Franken and Sen. Menendez stay in the Senate; I don’t see how they can justify not letting Roy Moore stay in the Senate if, he wins.

  25. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    23. I would not believe what you read in Politico. Trump has no influence in Utah on the decision by Hatch to step aside for Romney (he pulled all of about 14% in the 2016 primary). It is likely to happen.

    Most Utah voters want Hatch to retire. In a poll on November 30; Romney crushed the Democratic candidate Wilson by a 72%-21%. Hatch by contrast was leading by only 50%-35%. A poll in September had Wilson actually leading Hatch. If Hatch runs again it is possible he could loss the seat. Hatch has actually suggested that Romney run. It is not going to be allowed to happen, but in a primary race Romney would crush Hatch.

  26. Bitterlaw says:

    22 Interesting take. Under that approach, anybody accused of something just has to find somebody who does not accuse them of something.

    “Your Honor, I realize that my client has been accused of killing and eating people. However, as you can see from looking to your left, none of the jurors has been killed or eaten.”

    “Case dismissed.”

  27. MichiganGuy says:

    BL, your blind hatred of Roy Moore has put you in bizarro world. LOL

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcjSDZNbOs0

  28. JC says:

    BL, it’s called reasonable doubt.

    And in ‘he-said-she-said’ ZERO evidence, all allegation cases, that’s very significant.

    Especially when the defense can show suspicious motives for a false accusation. Like, you know, trying to influence an extremely important election one month before voting begins.

    I would think you should have known that.

  29. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    27. BL, that sounds like the legal system of some other countries were your presumed guilty and have to prove you innocence.

    People have accused Moore of committing repeated, serial acts of teenage stalking and sexual misconduct. The fact in the middle of this conduct he went to Australia and did not engage in it says something. The Guardian is a far leftist paper, they would have gladly published any allegations made of abuse. You also have to consider the fact nothing was said for about 40 years, and then the accusations crop up at a critical moment in a political campaign.

    You used the words “case dismissed.” I do not know of any case against Moore. What you are arguing for is a conviction without trial.

    I don’t know if Moore did it or not, but allegations alone are not enough. And the timing is totally suspicious.

  30. Redmen4ever says:

    Did somebody say Roy Moore went down under?

  31. Redmen4ever says:

    is that where women glow and men plunder?

  32. MichiganGuy says:

    SanDiegoCitizen says:
    December 4, 2017 at 1:09 am
    23. I would not believe what you read in Politico.
    —————————————————————————–
    How dare you besmirched the good name that Politico has worked so hard to earn. Have you no shame!

  33. Bitterlaw says:

    JC – “Beyond a reasonable doubt” applies to criminal cases. The Court of Public Opinion has a much lower standard.

    MG – I gave said from the beginning that I do not know if any of the allegations are true. I do not want Jones or any Demo rat to ever win any race. Your blind loyalty to Moore is curious. You claim to be a conservative but have never expressed any concern over his utter contempt for the rule of law. If the Democrats ran a judge who was twice suspended you would be howling about how he was unfit to serve.

  34. Tina says:

    Peter is also imvolved in clearing humas and weiner, you know all those classified emails that appeared in mr and mrs weiner computers

  35. Bitterlaw says:

    SD – I think the Guardian article is no more relevant than an article from Alabama where they list thousands of women who have never accused Moore of anything. The timing is suspicious but as I said, people can wait decades to make legitimate accusations. That goes to credibility but does mean a case is automatically a lie or fabrication.

  36. Mr.Vito says:

    I think every piece of evidence is relevant.

  37. Bitterlaw says:

    How much weight do you give to a non-accusation, Mr. Vito?

  38. Mr.Vito says:

    First-hand accounts of character in a public character trial are evidenciary, especially against a witness who refuses cross-examination.

  39. Mr.Vito says:

    How much weight do you give an accusation with no cross-examination in your cases?

    I imagine very little against a “thousand” non-accusations when a pattern is trying to be established.

  40. SoHope says:

    OJ for President

  41. SoHope says:

    He was not a murderer beyond a reasonable doubt.

  42. Mr.Vito says:

    Could have been aliens.

  43. Mr.Vito says:

    Maybe it was Zarate…

  44. Tina says:

    Also, time for rosenstein to go. He lost control of the sheot show.

  45. Bitterlaw says:

    You are applying civil and criminal evidence standards to Moore. Those are not the standards to apply in this case. I think he is a creepy dude but I do not know if the specific allegations are true.

  46. JC says:

    CNN is actually running with this headline;

    BREAKING: Trump endorses accused child molestor Roy Moore.

    Okay CNN, I’m sure you’re just fine with labeling every democrat with “endorsing accused rapist Bill Clinton”.

    CNN is pretty much Soviet style propaganda.

  47. Mr.Vito says:

    47 No, I am applying common sense to a context you understand. I would apply a preponderance of evidence to deciding someone’s character as a judgment upon him/her. You said “thousands” of germane character witnesses were irrelevant.

    Irrelevant to you? Fine with me.

    Not irrelevant to me. Should be fine with you.

    Now in regard to my own daughter, I would not apply a preponderance standard… as it is my duty to keep her personally safe.

  48. Mr.Vito says:

    “endorsing accused rapist Bill Clinton”.

    Didn’t you hear? Those were all debunked… the MSM said so a thousand times last year, so it must be true.

  49. Mr.Vito says:

    On the other hand, we have a picture of Al Franken doing the deed, and an admission of bad behavior.

    Has CNN tacked “admitted sex offender” to his name yet?

  50. Mr.Vito says:

    By the way, if a frat had taken the same picture as Franken with a passed out girl at a party and sent it to her, what do you think the result would be?

  51. mnw says:

    If CNN had it’s way, there would only be two Republicans left: McCain in the Senate, and the other one in the Smithsonian.

  52. MichiganGuy says:

    MG – I gave said from the beginning that I do not know if any of the allegations are true. I do not want Jones or any Demo rat to ever win any race. Your blind loyalty to Moore is curious. You claim to be a conservative but have never expressed any concern over his utter contempt for the rule of law. If the Democrats ran a judge who was twice suspended you would be howling about how he was unfit to serve.
    ———————————————————————-
    First and foremost I am a Christian. Now let’s look why Roy Moore was removed from office. First, for his refusal to obey judicial rulings ordering him to remove a Ten Commandments statue from the Alabama Judicial Building. Second, for his refusal to comply with the Supreme Court’s ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges as well as the orders of a Federal District Court Judge regarding same-sex marriage in the State of Alabama. So, as a Christian I wholeheartedly support his courage to stand for righteousness. Second, I fervently believe that our Founding Fathers never wanted same-sex marriage legal and always supported the Ten Commandments. Also having the Bible read in public school. Prayers before Congress starts each day, etc. Not all of them were Christians but, enough that Christianity was a huge part of government. The Ten Commandments were in many Court houses across the U.S. So, for anyone to say it’s unconstitutional to have the Ten Commandments in his Court or that it’s unconstitutional not to permit gay marriage is ludicrous. I’m a conservative Christian. I have conservative values. I’m pro-life, pro-traditional marriage. One man with one woman. I believe in the rule of law as long as it doesn’t go against God’s Law. I do not have blind loyalty to Roy Moore or any other politician. I support Roy Moore because, I haven’t seen as reason not too. I believe someone is innocent until there is reasonable proof that he/she is guilty. There has never been any real evidence put forth by anyone showing that Roy Moore sexually harass or assaulted any woman. Just the opposite, the credibility of these ladies are in question. As you know none of these allegations would hold up in a court of law. Now I’m not saying these women are lying or that we should ignore their claims. I’m just saying before we condemn a man we look at the evidence and see if, there is any real proof or is it a case of he said/she said assertions. You know this isn’t just about Roy Moore. If we let women make any accusations they want and automatically believe them then all Republican candidates will be attacked.

  53. JC says:

    Well said MichiganGuy.

  54. DW says:

    New addition: James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor. Levine is very famous in the world of classical music. He has conducted for the best symphony orchestras in the world.

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN

  55. Paul says:

    Trump is losing it over the Flynn thing. He’s running scared.

  56. Paul says:

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Donald Trump (R)
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN

  57. Chicon says:

    Good morning, DW. Just my take, but I like the list in chronological order – it allows me to quickly find the latest creeps.

  58. MichiganGuy says:

    Donald J. Trump?
    Verified account

    @realDonaldTrump

    3 hours ago

    Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama. We need his vote on stopping crime, illegal immigration, Border Wall, Military, Pro Life, V.A., Judges 2nd Amendment and more. No to Jones, a Pelosi/Schumer Puppet!
    Putting Pelosi/Schumer Liberal Puppet Jones into office in Alabama would hurt our great Republican Agenda of low on taxes, tough on crime, strong on military and borders…& so much more. Look at your 401-k’s since Election. Highest Stock Market EVER! Jobs are roaring back!
    ————————————————————————————————
    Agreed.

    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/937641904338063361

  59. Bitterlaw says:

    I believe in the rule of law as long as it doesn’t go against God’s Law.

    Then you do not believe in the rule of law.

  60. mnw says:

    MG 60

    Uhhh… yeah. That’s pretty much what the situation is. Case closed.

  61. Trump says:

    “…have never expressed any concern over his utter contempt for the rule of law.”

    You mean, John McCain and his unconstitutional Campaign Finance law?

    Which was unceremoniously dumped by the Supreme Court?

  62. DW says:

    Who will be next today?

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN

  63. Trump says:

    What did I tell you last week?

    “McConnell Backs Down on Criticism of Roy Moore”

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell walked back previous calls for embattled Alabama GOP senate candidate Roy Moore to leave the race, saying, “I’m going to let the people of Alabama make the call.”

    All the chest-thumping from two weeks ago had an expiration date?

  64. Trump says:

    “Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell changed his tone Sunday on whether he thought Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore should be in the Senate, saying he would “let the people of Alabama make the call” in the state’s special election December 12. ”

    ….
    “Last month, McConnell said he believed several women who have accused Moore of pursuing relationships with them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s, saying he should “step aside.” McConnell also told reporters in the past that the Republican Party was looking to see if a “write-in” option could be successful.”

  65. Trump says:

    Talk is cheap.

  66. MichiganGuy says:

    Alabama Senate (Emerson Poll)

    Moore 49%

    Jones 46%

    Busby 5%

    https://gallery.mailchimp.com/5d83bc45f4839ff4fb96bb8b8/files/15481ecf-ece6-4ef0-afe6-b46589b1ea89/ECP_AL_12.4_pressrelease.pdf
    —————————————————————————————————
    Busby at 5%? Highly unlikely but, I could be wrong

  67. Tina says:

    It needs to be verified, but there is a report that mueller has pulled comedys immunity deal.

    Truepundit is the source, but i do not know anything about that site.

  68. Tina says:

    Hatch should stay in the senate. He looks good for his age.

    Quittens needs to be blocked. No cherry picking seats by the rino.

  69. Bitterlaw says:

    If Moore had resigned as a judge, I would respect his action. He did not. He liked cashing a check for ignoring the law.

  70. MichiganGuy says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    December 4, 2017 at 9:13 am
    I believe in the rule of law as long as it doesn’t go against God’s Law.
    Then you do not believe in the rule of law.
    ——————————————————————————————————-
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz So, BL is saying no matter what ridicule law government comes up with such as “Sanctuary city” I must agree with it or I don’t believe in the rule of law. Please, stop your nonsense.

  71. GPO says:

    Here is the latest from Andrew McCarthy who has been the best on the Mueller probe IMO.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/454311/mueller-strategy-obstruction-justice-investigation-leading-impeachment

  72. MichiganGuy says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    December 4, 2017 at 9:34 am
    If Moore had resigned as a judge, I would respect his action. He did not. He liked cashing a check for ignoring the law.
    ——————————————————————————————————-
    Zzzzzzzzz more nonsense for the lawyer. If he like cashing a check he would of followed the law. Duh

  73. mnw says:

    I don’t think Busby gets even 2%. Last I saw, only 3% total were planning a write-in vote. Of course that was a different poll.

  74. Tina says:

    I am triggered.

    1 percent chocolate mikk is back on the menu at schools.

    Jebots.

  75. Tina says:

    Dershowitz is on fox slamming mueller.

  76. Tina says:

    Elizabeth Carlisle?
    Elizabeth Carlisle?
    @valak4trump
    ·
    1h
    Replying to @drawandstrike and 2 others
    McCabe/Comey went after Flynn bc they hated the man. He’s a material witness for Special Agent Gritz in her sexual discrimination lawsuit filed against them in 2015. Flynn KNEW they were gunning for anything on him. He lied ON PURPOSE

  77. Paul says:

    The only Comey immunity deal in existence was in Tina’s feeble mind.

  78. Tina says:

    Coree pass the bi g.

  79. Tina says:

    Pass the bong coree.

  80. Tina says:

    FInal tax bill vote 12/12?

  81. Paul says:

    Go home, Tina.

  82. Tina says:

    Paul says:
    December 4, 2017 at 9:57 am
    Go home, Tina.

    Coree is that the best?

  83. Tina says:

    John Cardillo
    John Cardillo
    @johncardillo
    ·
    14m
    It is HIGHLY likely that Strzok interviewed Manafort, Papadopoulos, and Flynn.

    If true, all of those cases are tainted and the two guilty pleas should be tossed.

    Could this be why Mueller and FBI withheld the reason for Strzok’s reassignment from Congress?

    Bombshell if true,

  84. Paul says:

    You ignorant beeotch, Tina.

  85. Tina says:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/FoxNews/status/937658936504676352/video/1

    Looks like Dershowitz will be lead attorney for trump if when mueller charges with obstruction.

  86. Tina says:

    Paul says:
    December 4, 2017 at 10:01 am
    You ignorant beeotch, Tina.

    Coree, I am sorry that the clinic could not cure you.

  87. Paul says:

    I’ll remain triggered until Trump is behind bars. 🙂

  88. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #68
    48/44 Moore without Busby as a write-in.

  89. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #68
    No undecideds in the poll?! The podcast that goes with the poll says that Jones(D) lead in the Birmingham Congressional District has gone from +8 to over +30. Unrealistic IMHO.

  90. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #68
    In the last JMC Poll, Moore was +10 in the Birmingham District. So is Jones +30+ or Moore +10 or are the polls all FOS!

  91. DW says:

    Another new one: Ed Westwick – Actor

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN

  92. BRENT says:

    ROY MOORE WINS BY DOUBLE DIGITS FORGET ALL THE POLLING NONSENSE

  93. jason says:

    Busby is not getting 5% as a write-in, you read it here first.

    5% of respondents might say they support him, but at least half won’t bother to write him in.

  94. jason says:

    I believe in the rule of law as long as it doesn’t go against God’s Law.”

    Translation: “I don’t believe in the rule of law”.

    So God wants the ten commandments displayed at the court house?

    I haven’t read anything so stupid since Susyque declared God was a Republican.

  95. DW says:

    Party breakdown on the list:

    Republicans: 5
    Democrats: 36

  96. Paul says:

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Donald Trump (R)
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN

  97. jason says:

    He lied ON PURPOSE”

    Seems farfetched to me, but I really don’t know.

  98. jason says:

    So, for anyone to say it’s unconstitutional to have the Ten Commandments in his Court or that it’s unconstitutional not to permit gay marriage is ludicrous.”

    It IS unconstitutional because SCOTUS decides what is constitutional.

    Roy Moore is a scumbag who swore an oath to obey the Constitution and then thought he could start making up his own laws.

    For that reason alone he shouldn’t be in the Senate.

  99. DW says:

    The latest roster, fixing the party id of Sylvester Stallone:

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN

  100. zorkpolitics says:

    Another NPR Icon and apparently sexual harasser and presumed democrat:
    John Hockenberry
    https://www.thecut.com/2017/12/public-radio-icon-john-hockenberry-accused-of-harassment.html

  101. Paul says:

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Donald Trump (R)
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN

  102. Robbie says:

    LOL! Trump’s lawyer, John Dowd, made the case to Mike Allen at Axios the president cannot obstruct justice. What a joke. Has Dowd been channeling Dick Nixon’s famous comment from the Watergate era? Sure sounds like it.

    Essentially, Dowd is arguing the president can commit a crime and then legally cover up the crime or hinder the investigation into the crime because he is the chief law enforcement officer in the country and can’t be touched. There is no way this will fly legally.

    That said, I’m sure HHR’s biggest fraud Jason Trump and Ted Cruz loving, constitutional conservative Mikey-poo will say Dowd is right and then pivot to “what about Hilary”. I’m sure their views would be totally the same if Obama was making this claim, right?

    And by the way, if the president’s lawyers are already arguing the president can’t obstruct justice, it’s a clear sign the president’s lawyers fear the president is in danger of an obstruction charge.

    https://www.axios.com/exclusive-trump-lawyer-claims-the-president-cannot-obstruct-justice-2514742663.html?utm_medium=linkshare&utm_campaign=organic

  103. mnw says:

    RE: the new AL poll:

    They obviously gave the respondents 3 names to choose from, instead of Moore, Jones or other.

  104. mnw says:

    How was the Fantasy Island cruise? Did you say hello to Tattoo?

  105. Tina says:

    gle: “Tapper, Lewinsky, Date, Chubby”
    @NolteNC
    ·
    15m
    On Friday morning Trump was doomed (again).

    Today the entire MSM is disgraced with their colleague Brian Ross on suspension

    Mueller’s on defense over his hiring of partisan hacks

    And Trump’s massive tax cut & OCare mandate repeal passed the senate.

    #Winning

  106. Robbie says:

    MichiganGuy says:
    December 4, 2017 at 12:39 am
    Trump moves to block Romney from the Senate
    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/12/03/trump-mitt-romney-utah-senate-hatch-276805
    Let’s hope Sen. Orrin Hatch seeks re-election. We don’t need rino Romney in the Senate.

    – Moron alert! Let’s hope Hatch, who is 83, retires. The country needs a powerful center right voice in the Senate like Mitt Romney.

    Sounds like the Trump chumps are worried Romney might not vote the right way if their is an impeachment trial. No wonder Bannon, a vile disgrace of person, is trying to stop him.

  107. Tina says:

    Dershowitz destroys the drat obstruction claim,

  108. GPO says:

    Urge all to read the link in # 73

    Powerline commenting on McCarthy

    Today McCarthy returns to the scene of the noncrime (or nonprime, as the autocorrect is telling me). He expands on Saturday’s column, itemizing three points in ascending order of importance:

    1.) There is a great deal of misinformation in the commentariat about how prosecutors build cases.

    2.) For all practical purposes, the collusion probe is over. While the “counterintelligence” cover will continue to be exploited so that no jurisdictional limits are placed on Special Counsel Robert Mueller, this is now an obstruction investigation.

    3.) That means it is, as it has always been, an impeachment investigation.

    McCarthy then explains the usual course of major criminal investigations involving multiple actors. He points out the departures from the usual course in this case. In terms of the protection of an underlying substantive crime, there is less here than meets the eye.

    We should all understand what is happening here and where we are headed. McCarthy’s column gives the help we need to understand. I urge interested readers to take in the whole thing.

  109. Tina says:

    @johncardillo
    ·
    1h
    “Prior to Strzok’s demotion…former FBI Director James Comey had hand-selected him to lead the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server in 2015.”

    Strzok taints everything.

  110. Tina says:

    @johncardillo
    ·
    1h
    “Prior to Strzok’s demotion…former FBI Director James Comey had hand-selected him to lead the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server in 2015.”

    Strzok taints everything.

  111. Robbie says:

    I see Tina is still posting her Nolte and Hoft inspired delusions.

    Remember last Spring when she said there was nothing to story that Flynn was looking to cut a deal with Mueller? I do.

    What’s her excuse about Flynn pleading guilty on Friday? That the deep state got to him or that Flynn is a #neverTrump traitor to the country?

  112. Tina says:

    Ig launched investigation into fbi in january

    Boom.

  113. Tina says:

    Remeber when you said there was russian colkusiin, and now you have moved on to obstruction?

    What hapoened to the carnival cruise ship and russian cokkuaiin, drat?

  114. mnw says:

    Come on folks! Which fine legal scholar you gonna believe? Andy McCarthy or Wobbles?

  115. Robbie says:

    Andy McCarthy hasn’t been right so far, but let’s all take him as the gospel truth because he prosecuted the blind sheik more than 20 years ago and says something the pro-Trump faction (all 33% of you) wants to hear.

  116. Tina says:

    Richard Baris
    @Peoples_Pundit
    There are A LOT of undecideds in poll showing Rick Scott leading Bill Nelson by 10 points. We like to push people to answer the question. Still, it’s never good for an incumbent when they’re in the 30s. Also, Rick Scott’s handling of economy & Irma did wonders for his image.
    7:19 AM – Dec 4, 2017
    Add in r registrations, net 60k

  117. DW says:

    Another: Tyler Grasham

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN
    Tyler Grasham (D) – Hollywood agent

  118. Tina says:

    What happened to collusion? We are now at obstruction even though comedy testified before congress in may and stated that no administration has interferred.

  119. Paul says:

    Tina is deluded.

  120. mnw says:

    Also, say what u want about Dershowitz, but you don’t get to be a tenured professor at Harvard Law if you’re chopped liver when it comes to legal research & writing.

  121. Paul says:

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Donald Trump (R)
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN
    Tyler Grasham (D) – Hollywood agent

  122. Tina says:

    Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, who was fired by Trump, acknowledged in an interview with NPR that charging a president with obstruction “is a very high bar, it’s a very high threshold, it’s a difficult thing, it’s never been done before.”

    Drat tool.

  123. Robbie says:

    mnw says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:32 am
    Come on folks! Which fine legal scholar you gonna believe? Andy McCarthy or Wobbles?

    – I get it. It’s been a rough couple of days for the Trump chumps and the sycophants.

    But for every Andy McCarthy, I can point to plenty of others who completely disagree with him. In fact, Jonathan Turley, who has been quite pro-Trump in his legal commentary, was on Morning Joe today and strongly disagree with the silly notion John Dowd offered.

    But hey, just listen to those who tote the MAGA line. It’s worked so well so far. I mean the MAGA morons said there was nothing to this investigation and no one would be indicted or plead guilty to anything. Ask Manafort, Gates, Papdopolous, and Flynn how that view worked out.

  124. Tina says:

    So, drats are finished with collusion and now onto obstruction?

    Is that the latest talking point?

  125. Tina says:

    You all know that crooked peter likely did these investigations.

    Defense attornies will have another reason to toss.

  126. Tina says:

    “You cannot charge a president with obstruction of justice for exercising his constitutional right to fire Comey and his constitutional authority to tell the Justice Department who to investigate, who not to investigate,” Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Fox News Channel on Monday. “For obstruction of justice by the president, you need clearly illegal acts.”

    “The president could’ve pardoned Flynn if he were really thinking about trying to end this investigation. He would’ve pardoned Flynn and then Flynn wouldn’t be cooperating with the other side and the president would’ve had the complete authority to do so,” he added. “So I think the fact that the president hasn’t pardoned Flynn even though he has the power to do so is very good evidence that there’s no obstruction of justice going on here.”

  127. Tina says:

    Seems like sjw, comedy, mccabe, pete the cheat, et. Al, are struggling.

  128. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:33 am
    What happened to collusion? We are now at obstruction even though comedy testified before congress in may and stated that no administration has interferred.

    – I know this kind of thing is hard for you to understand, but have you ever heard of doing two things at once? It’s kind of like walking and chewing gum at the same time. I know, I know. It’s crazy to consider, but it does happen.

    But keep listening to cupcake Cardillo, Hoft, and Notle. They haven’t bene right yet, but their luck is bound to change, right?

  129. Paul says:

    Don’t worry, Tina. Obstruction is tied directly with collusion. It’s still coming.

  130. Tina says:

    mes Brower ??
    @jbro_1776
    ·
    3h
    Scoop: Four other members of the Special Counsel shared similar texts/emails of Anti-Trump sentiments with others within and outside of the Probe. These are high ranking lawyers that are involved in the Probe.

    If true, it is not surprising.

  131. Tina says:

    So, drats are on obstruction.

    Lol

  132. Tina says:

    You have not been right either, you have blown every election,

  133. Robbie says:

    mnw says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:34 am
    Also, say what u want about Dershowitz, but you don’t get to be a tenured professor at Harvard Law if you’re chopped liver when it comes to legal research & writing.

    – His opinion is certainly worthy of consideration, but a lifelong defense attorney offering a view that goes contrary to a prosecution view is hardly surprising.

  134. Robbie says:

    mnw says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:34 am
    Also, say what u want about Dershowitz, but you don’t get to be a tenured professor at Harvard Law if you’re chopped liver when it comes to legal research & writing.

    – So is Charles Ogletree. BFD.

  135. DW says:

    Paul, the list is for people who have been recently accused of sexual misconduct, or had new revelations recently in older accusations of such misconduct. The sort of behavior that results in loss of employment or threatens to do so. This recent eruption started more or less with Harvey Weinstein, although a few others prior to him got the ball rolling. It might give you the giggles to keep adding Trump to the list, but he does not belong on the list.

    I know lying is what you like to do, and spreading lies, like the whopper you told last week saying the new tax bill means you cannot deduct charitable contributions. Here again is the list:

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN
    Tyler Grasham (D) – Hollywood agent

  136. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:38 am
    Seems like sjw, comedy, mccabe, pete the cheat, et. Al, are struggling.

    – A conspiracy theorist always sees a conspiracy. I feel sad for Tina. She is nothing like the person she was going to back to 2004.

  137. Paul says:

    Dershowitz has a book to sell and is enjoying the Fox News limelight. He does offer a good point of view, however.

  138. Trump says:

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Donald Trump (R)
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN
    Tyler Grasham (D) – Hollywood agent

  139. Tina says:

    The loion is now touting muh obstruction.

  140. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:41 am
    You have not been right either, you have blown every election,

    – Bless your heart.

    I predicted months and months ago that Manafort and Flynn would be indicted (if they didn’t cut a deal) while you peddled conspiracies they wouldn’t be and that it was actually Hillary who was in trouble.

    I also wrote that Trump was definitely under scrutiny for obstruction although I don’t believe he will ever be charged. I still feel that way, you conspiracy peddling dummy.

    As for the elections, I predicted 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014 very well thank you. Unlike most of the dolts here, I didn’t fall for the delbov curve, the Bradley effect, or any of the other nonsense you peddled or believed in 2008. Nor did I fall for the idiotic poll truthing like so many did in 2012.

    But keep reading Hoft, Nolte, Cardillo, and the others. They’ve allowed to be consistently wrong.

  141. DW says:

    Al Franken (D) – Entertainer, US senator
    Al Green (D) – US Congressman
    Andrew Kreisberg (D) – Film producer
    Bill Clinton (D) – 42nd POTUS
    Bill O’Reilly (I) – Journalist/Entertainer
    Brett Ratner (D) – Film Producer
    Bruce Weber (D) – Fashion photographer
    Bryon Hefner (D)
    Charlie Rose (D) – Journalist
    Dan Schoen (D) – State senator, MN
    David Sweeney (D) – NPR Chief News editor
    Dustin Hoffman (D) – Actor
    Ed Westwick (D) – Actor
    Garrison Keillor (D) – Radio host
    Geoffrey Rush (D) – Actor
    George H. W. Bush (R) – 41st POTUS
    George Takei (D) – Actor
    Geraldo Rivera (D) – Journalist
    Glenn Thrush (D) – Journalist
    Harvey Weinstein (D) – Film producer
    Israel Horovitz (D) – Playwright, director, actor
    Jack Latvala (R) – FL state senator
    James Levine (D) – Symphony Orchestra conductor
    Jeffrey Tambor (D) – Comedian
    Jeremy Piven (D) – Actor
    Joe Barton (R) – US Congressman
    John Conyers (D) – US congressman
    John Lasseter (D) – Film director, animator
    Kevin Spacey (D) – Film producer
    Larry Nassar – USA Gymnastics team doctor
    Louis C.K. (D) – Comedian
    Mark Halperin (D) – Journalist
    Mascot – LA Kings
    Matt Lauer (D) – Journalist
    Michael Oreskes (D) – NPR VP of News
    Oliver Stone (D) – Film producer, director
    Raul Grijalvas (D) – US Congressman
    Richard Dreyfuss (D) – Actor
    Roy Moore (R) – Alabama judge
    Ruben Kihuen (D) – US Congressman
    Russell Simmons (D) – Music Mogul
    Steven Seagal (D) – Film producer
    Sylvester Stallone (R) – Film actor
    Teddy Davis (D) – CNN senior producer
    Tony Cornish (R) – State representative, MN
    Tyler Grasham (D) – Hollywood agent

  142. Trump says:

    “The country needs a powerful center right voice in the Senate like Mitt Romney.”

    Nobody accused Romney of a powerful voice.

  143. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:51 am
    The loion is now touting muh obstruction.

    – I guess if I had been as wrong as you’ve have been, I would be deflecting as well.

    You said Manafort, Flynn, and the others wouldn’t be indicted or plead guilty to anything. How’d that turn out, tinfoil?

  144. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:52 am
    “The country needs a powerful center right voice in the Senate like Mitt Romney.”
    Nobody accused Romney of a powerful voice.

    – No one ever accused you of being anything other than a jack ass either.

  145. Trump says:

    There is no “collusion”. Whatever that means.

    Mueller couldn’t even charge Flynn of “collusion”.

  146. Trump says:

    F u ck off as*wipe Robbie.

    Your mother’s cu&t is calling

  147. Trump says:

    Can you explain what “collusion” crime is, as*wipe cretin?

  148. Trump says:

    Was Manafort charged with “collusion”, mother-fu**er as*wipe cretin?

  149. Trump says:

    Whoever is pining for a low-energy idiot like Romney should get his head examined.

    The “powerful” voice could not handle a third-rate reporter like Candy Crowley.

  150. Paul says:

    Collusion is changing the Ukrainian plank in the GOP party platform for dirt on Clinton.

    Collusion is offering to lift sanctions for help in the election.

  151. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:54 am
    There is no “collusion”. Whatever that means.
    Mueller couldn’t even charge Flynn of “collusion”.

    – Flynn cut a deal so he wouldn’t get charged with the more serious crimes. The reason Mueller offered him such a rosy deal is Flynn almost certainly offered info on bigger fish. I’m not sure why this is so had for the Trump cultists to understand.

  152. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    December 4, 2017 at 11:56 am
    Can you explain what “collusion” crime is, as*wipe cretin?

    – Can you explain to everyone how a brain dead dolt like you can actually type?

  153. Paul says:

    156: Since I’m not within the investigation, I don’t know if there is any direct evidence for this. Perhaps Trump campaign will be found completely innocent. We don’t know at this point.

  154. Chicon says:

    Robbie, what is your response to Dershowitz on the obstruction issue? Is he wrong, too? If so, how?

  155. Trump says:

    Motherfu**ing idiot Robbie cannot even cite any law that is supposed to have been broken.

  156. Trump says:

    What are the “more serious crimes”, as*wipe Robbie?

    Even Mueller cannot find them.

  157. Chicon says:

    Robbie, why weren’t Flynn, Manafort, Poppy, and Page charged with being part of a collusion conspiracy?

  158. Trump says:

    You are trying to ask a question of this brain-damaged retard?

  159. Paul says:

    I’ll agree with Tina and Trump, that there would need to be a quid quo pro for collusion. And perhaps it is not there.

    There is evidence Russia was helping Trump. And there is evidence that Manafort and others were lobbying on behalf of Russia to change the platform. And there may have been discussions of removing the sanctions. Can these be directly connected is the big question. Perhaps they can’t. I don’t know.

  160. mnw says:

    There is a convergence here, I think, between “those who did not go to law school” & “those who think Trump might have committed a crime.”

    Isn’t that called a “Venn diagram,” or something, lisab & Tina?

  161. Tina says:

    Muh obstruction wrote the ky loon from the carnival cruise ship.

  162. Trump says:

    Mueller wants to pursue “election collusion”, so he charges Manafort with money laundering in 2014, and Flynn with lying to FBI after the elections.

    Makes perfect sense. To the retarded moron Robbie.

  163. Paul says:

    What are the “more serious crimes?”

    People don’t usually obstruct justice unless there is something to fear from the investigation.

  164. Trump says:

    You still haven’t the “more serious crimes”.

  165. Paul says:

    You still haven’t the “more serious crimes”.

    That would be if Russia interfered with the election in order to 1) get the GOP platform changed to be more Russian friendly and 2) be promised the removal of sanctions.

    Perhaps there is nothing there. The investigation will figure it out.

  166. Tina says:

    Why did the drats have the ambassador russian at the sotu.

  167. Mr.Vito says:

    Must be a bad news cycle for the leftists…

  168. mnw says:

    I really believe that 1) DEMs & fake news really CARE about Moore’s alleged victims 40 years ago, and 2) also really CARE about the alleged obstruction charge. Really, these aren’t just naked political power grabs?

  169. NYCmike says:

    “Good morning, DW. Just my take, but I like the list in chronological order – it allows me to quickly find the latest creeps.”

    -Agreed.

  170. Paul says:

    Or I should say….

    That Manafort agreed to get the GOP platform changed in order to get Russian help in the election. That Manafort and Flynn promised removal of sanctions for help.

    And then whether or not Trump knew anything about this.

    The investigation may show that Trump is completely innocent of this more serious crime. I don’t think any of us know for sure at this point.

  171. Chicon says:

    Mnw, they care about Moore’s accusers just as much as they cared about the accusers of Bill, Franken and Conyers.

    And the Republicans care about Clinton’s accusers just as much as they care about Moore’s accusers.

    One example of why much of the public hates politicians.

  172. mnw says:

    Chicon

    That’s true.

    Bluz looked awful against Kings last Friday. I attended that debacle.

  173. Tina says:

    Conversation
    John Cardillo
    John Cardillo
    @johncardillo
    Peter Strzok:

    – Part of the Comey/McCabe cabal

    – Handled Steel and #fakenews dossier inside FBI alongside McCabe

    – Hand picked by Comey to run Hillary e mail investigation

    – Hand picked by Mueller for senior investigative staff

    Coincidences like this simply don’t exist.

  174. Tina says:

    “We will meet the return of Russian belligerence with the same resolve that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union,” the platform said. “We will not accept any territorial change in Eastern Europe imposed by force, in Ukraine or elsewhere, and will use all appropriate measures to bring to justice the practitioners of aggression and assassination.”

    This is the gop platform on russia.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/byron-york-what-really-happened-with-the-gop-platform-and-russia/article/2641705

  175. Tina says:

    The drat platform had no tough russian provisions.

    But, i know muh collussion or is muh obstruction?

  176. Tina says:

    Pass the bong, coree.

  177. Chicon says:

    175 – I saw that. Kings then came to Chicago and handled the Hawks last night. I guess the Preds proved last year that all that matters is the end of the year. Overall, I’m higher on the Blues chances than the Hawks. But, we’ll see.

  178. DW says:

    –from RRH:
    “BREAKING: Sentences for ex-U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown (D) and conspirators:
    Brown (D) – 5 years; 3 years of probation.
    Ronnie Simmons (D) (former chief of staff) – 4 years; 3 years probation.
    Carla Wiley (D) (started fake charity all three used as slush fund) – 1 year, 9 months; 3 years probation.”

    Editor’s note: I had to add the party ID to the names.

  179. Trump says:

    “That would be if Russia interfered with the election”

    What does “interfered” even mean?

  180. Robbie says:

    Chicon says:
    December 4, 2017 at 12:02 pm
    Robbie, what is your response to Dershowitz on the obstruction issue? Is he wrong, too? If so, how?

    – Yes, of course he’s wrong. The idea that a president is immune from the crime of obstruction of justice is ridiculous. This is America, not a banana republic.

    I’d really love to know how all of the Trump cultists would feel about the idea a president is immune from committing obstruction of justice if the president was Obama.

  181. Robbie says:

    Chicon says:
    December 4, 2017 at 12:05 pm
    Robbie, why weren’t Flynn, Manafort, Poppy, and Page charged with being part of a collusion conspiracy?

    – Apparently, you’re not familiar with the concept of offering lesser charges if a defendant is willing to cooperate in the investigation.\

    Ever watch an episode of Law and Order?