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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Michael Avenatti is a Superstar
Lex Luthor 12:16 AM 05-20-2018
Michael Avenatti is Donald Trump's second-worst nightmare.

The honor of being Donald Trump's worst nightmare obviously goes to Robert Mueller, as Mueller is slowly but surely tightening the noose on the Russian Colluder in Chief. But Mueller is running a tight ship. No leaks are coming from Mueller's team, and Mueller himself is very tight-lipped about what he has found.

This is where Michael Avenatti joins the party. He goes on all of the talk shows and exposes Trump and his lackey Giuliani as the fools that they are.

It is unlikely that Avenatti has any information that Mueller does not. But Avenatti is doing something that Mueller cannot. He is fighting (and clearly winning) the battle of public opinion. He is beating trump at his own game: A media barrage where he is always at the center.

When feeble old Giuliani declared that Avenatti is an "ambulance chaser", Avenatti responded with this hilarious and epic takedown:

Rudy Giuliani - the only “ambulance” I have ever chased in my career is the one you are driving right now in a desperate attempt to save this presidency. Any time you would like to compare our legal careers and cases over the last 15 yrs, I would be happy to. #sirens #basta

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) May 3, 2018



Another awesome tweet from Michael Avenatti, Superstar:

This is getting too easy. What an absolute train wreck this guy is. EVERY time!!! #Embarrassment #TimeForPasture #DazedConfused #Basta

Unfair!’ Rudy Giuliani explodes when CNN’s Cuomo plays clip of him saying presidents must obey subpoenas https://t.co/AszT6ZZx9D via rawstory

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) May 18, 2018


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LiveSteam 01:32 PM 02-14-2020
Yet McCabe walks
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banyon 01:41 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by LiveSteam:
Yet McCabe walks
What do you mean “yet”? One committed a crime the other did not. Both were “anti-trumpers” but justice has sorted out fact from fiction. Seems like the right results.
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Just Passin' By 01:46 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by banyon:
What do you mean “yet”? One committed a crime the other did not. Both were “anti-trumpers” but justice has sorted out fact from fiction. Seems like the right results.
McCabe admitted to leaking info. That's a crime. His defense was that Comey told him to, thus removing the criminality. Comey said that he never told McCabe to do it. So, by simple logic, if you think McCabe didn't commit a crime, you must think that Comey did commit a crime, as at least one of them lied in such a way that criminality attaches.

It cannot be the case that neither broke the law.
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LiveSteam 01:48 PM 02-14-2020
McCabe was referred for prosecution.

And still you wonder why i think you're a Nutter
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Reerun_KC 01:50 PM 02-14-2020
Somewhere Lex Weeps.
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banyon 01:57 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
McCabe admitted to leaking info. That's a crime. His defense was that Comey told him to, thus removing the criminality. Comey said that he never told McCabe to do it. So, by simple logic, if you think McCabe didn't commit a crime, you must think that Comey did commit a crime, as at least one of them lied in such a way that criminality attaches.

It cannot be the case that neither broke the law.
“Leaking info” is not a crime. Leaking classified info? Yes

According to available info, the idea was so weak it couldn’t even get past grand jury:

“A key witness testified that Mr. McCabe had no motive to lie because he was authorized as the F.B.I.’s deputy director to speak to the media, so he would not have had to hide any discussions with reporters. Another important witness testified he could not immediately remember how the leak unfolded. Both would have been crucial to any prosecution.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nyt...e-fbi.amp.html
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LiveSteam 02:00 PM 02-14-2020
He was refered for prosecution..

Crime was committed
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banyon 02:02 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by LiveSteam:
He was refered for prosecution..

Crime was committed
Are you under the mistaken impression that every referral results in an indictment?
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petegz28 02:04 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by banyon:
Are you under the mistaken impression that every referral results in an indictment?
Are we using liberal logic? Then yes if it is a person the Democrats don't like.
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Just Passin' By 02:15 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by banyon:
“Leaking info” is not a crime. Leaking classified info? Yes

According to available info, the idea was so weak it couldn’t even get past grand jury:

“A key witness testified that Mr. McCabe had no motive to lie because he was authorized as the F.B.I.’s deputy director to speak to the media, so he would not have had to hide any discussions with reporters. Another important witness testified he could not immediately remember how the leak unfolded. Both would have been crucial to any prosecution.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nyt...e-fbi.amp.html
The info was classified, but you surely already knew that, since that was part of the narrative that was fired off all over the country, for weeks. So, since you surely already knew that, why would you make this post?


And the part you quoted is the part that goes to him getting cleared to take it public by Comey, which Comey insisted he did not do.


So your post didn't actually impact anything I wrote.
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Donger 02:17 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by LiveSteam:
He was refered for prosecution..

Crime was committed
Now there's a great example of ignorance.
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Donger 02:18 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
The info was classified, but you surely already knew that
What classified info did McCabe leak?
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banyon 02:21 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
The info was classified, but you surely already knew that, since that was part of the narrative that was fired off all over the country, for weeks. So, since you surely already knew that, why would you make this post?


And the part you quoted is the part that goes to him getting cleared by Comey, which Comey insisted he did not do.


So your post didn't actually impact anything I wrote.
No, it wasn’t:

President Donald Trump claimed a memo that former FBI Director James Comey gave to a friend “in order to get a special counsel against me” was “all classified … totally classified.” That’s wrong. It was unclassified at the time and remains unclassified...

.... But Trump is incorrect when he says that the memo contained classified information.

The Feb. 14, 2017, memo was one of seven memos that Comey wrote about his encounters with Trump. The Department of Justice last week sent all seven to Congress — four of them contained some level of classified information, but not the one dated Feb. 14, 2017, that was given to Richman. That memo was labeled “unclassified//FOUO.” As explained by the National Archives and Records Administration, FOUO stands for “for official use only,” which is one of several markings used by some federal agencies for documents “requiring a degree of control” but “do not designate classified national security information.”

It was also unclassified at the time that Comey gave the memo to Richman. In the memo, Comey writes: “NOTE: because this is an unclassified document, I will be limited in how I describe what I said next.”

At the CNN town hall event, Comey reiterated that the memo he gave Richman was unclassified and he noted that Richman relayed the “substance” of the memo to the Times, but not the memo itself. “I sent one memo unclassified then, still unclassified and it’s recounted in my book, to my friend Dan Richman and asked him to get the substance of it but not the memo out to the media,” he said.

Comey also disputed Trump’s use of the term “leak” when referring to the Feb. 14, 2017, memo. Asked if he leaked the memo, Comey said, “Well, not to get tangled up in it but I think of a leak as an unauthorized disclosure of classified information. That’s how I thought about it as FBI director; we investigated leaks.”

https://www.factcheck.org/2018/04/tr...-mccabe-funds/
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Just Passin' By 02:32 PM 02-14-2020
Originally Posted by banyon:
No, it wasn’t:
:-)


Ok


It was referred for prosecution because not only wasn't anything classified, but McCabe was completely open and honest. You go, boy!


https://www.politico.com/news/2020/0...-mccabe-115251

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/...-report-522580
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Just Passin' By 02:35 PM 02-14-2020

I love it when you guys and all the other right wing idiots go after Brian for his comments about my run. Because I get to once again leave this right here 👇 Find some new material.https://t.co/MLGmZm7EbL

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) January 9, 2020

Now post the convictions. Oh that’s right, there are none. Meanwhile, let’s start with this for your beloved President:https://t.co/2erqMO8cEf

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) January 9, 2020



Life comes at you fast.
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