Monday Open Thread | Release the ENTIRE MUELLER REPORT

Attorney General William Barr is on something if he thinks that this country is going to take and accept some abbreviated summary of the Special Counsel ‘s report, instead of the entire thing.

Like he has ANY credibility.
I don’t think so, Mr. Barr.
Get the ENTIRE Phuck Outta Here 😡😡 with that nonsense.

Uh huh
Uh huh 😒😒

Snippets from the “summary” :

Let us be clear, Democrats:
None of that back and forth, bullshyt.
Time to subpoena Robert Mueller, III and have him testify in OPEN hearings.

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117 Responses to Monday Open Thread | Release the ENTIRE MUELLER REPORT

  1. eliihass says:

    Stand strong.. chin up .. Keep the faith …don’t let temporary, heavily manipulated faux-outcomes and artificial ‘setbacks’ deflate the spirit..

    Don’t let them wipe the slate clean with the wave of a fake wand, wielded by a basic political hack ..Don’t let them tell you your eyes were lying all along.. that what we all bore to witness to, and continue to watch play out in real time, didn’t happen ..and isn’t happening..

    Don’t let the new raucous crook as ‘victim’ narratives of ‘exonerated’, fake ‘innocence’, ‘no collusion’, and ‘all Americans should be happy and celebrating’ that the brazen Russian asset ‘did not conspire’ with the hostile foreign entity that installed him… dutifully amplified by all manner of gaslighters extraordinaire and oligarch owned and monopolized corporate mainstream media and talking heads… based entirely on a second-hand, heavily massaged and expurgated 4 page memo by a handpicked flunky and partisan hack who actively and shamelessly lobbied/auditioned for the part, is completely beholden to the subject – an unindicted co-conspirator …with the employment duration of the flunky’s new cushy taxpayer funded power gig, entirely conditioned upon his obsequiousness to his narcissistic shyster Russian asset boss …and also contingent upon keeping said dumb criminal Russian asset boss in power..

    Don’t fall prey to the glaringly brazen, Banana Republic-style, pedestrian machinations of a basic shyster and his symbiotically joined cohort of enablers and all manner of complicit criminal puppeteers with all manner of financial, political and white supremacist motives and agenda, pulling puppet strings and trading favors with the buffoonish shyster Russian asset currently squatting in the People’s House …and worse, decimating, desecrating and degrading the integrity of every facet and aspect of the important democratic institutions that once underpinned the once greatest democracy …and now true to form, debasedly corrupting and exploiting for his own personal, financial and vindictive purposes …corruptedly utilizing and wielding the awesome resources and instruments of the federal government to personally enrich himself and his family, pursue vendettas, to undermine and do grievous harm to perceived personal enemies …even innocents …and revered great men and women and patriots that he envies …And try as he may, could never live up to, match or exceed, or enjoy anywhere near the same level of adulation and admiration from high and low globally, including honorable world leaders and A-list celebrities that he desperately wishes would acknowledge and break bread with him ..And in whose company and ranks, he and his complicit family crave to be, but would never be welcome..

    This unnatural and dystopian state of affairs will all unravel eventually.. and all the actors will ultimately implode.. no matter how long or how many conspire to temporarily keep it going..

  2. rikyrah says:

    John Dean (@JohnWDean) Tweeted:
    Having re-read William Barr’s June 2018 Memo critiquing Mueller’s obstruction investigation and now his summary of Mueller’s Report, it is clear that Richard Nixon would not have been forced to resign his office if Barr had been Attorney General. Barr wants a POTUS above the law.

  3. rikyrah says:

    Formal request?
    Phuck that.
    Time for subpoenas

  4. rikyrah says:


    Republicans clamored for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff’s head Monday, demanding he give up his gavel or resign from Congress as part of their campaign of revenge against Democrats who pursued and promoted allegations of collusion between President Donald Trump and the Russian government.

    Trump and senior White House aides, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and other allies of the president on Capitol Hill raced to paint the California Democrat as an overeager disciple of a theory debunked by the Justice Department in a summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings released Sunday.

  5. rikyrah says:

    Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) Tweeted:
    Trump has repeatedly told aides he doesn’t want federal $$$ going to Puerto Rico, be it HUD or food stamp assistance. Last month, there was an Oval meeting on curbing funds. On the challenged island, that’s having serious repercussions. w/@JStein_WaPo:

  6. rikyrah says:

    Us Broke a Big Box Office Record—Consider It the Umpteenth Reminder that Black Narratives Are Marketable

    Tonja Renée Stidhum
    Today 9:00am

    The movie that had one of the best marketing campaigns known to man (shout-out to the scissors and fan art, just to name a couple), was helmed by a man debuting a highly anticipated follow-up to his first feature (a huge hit!), and dominated every social media feed for the past few months since its trailer dropped…did really, really fucking well on its opening weekend.

    Quelle surprise!

    According to TIME, Jordan Peele’s Us raked in $70.3 million in its opening weekend, making it the largest-ever debut for an original horror film. The only films it trails in the genre, It (2018) and Halloween (2018), were a remake and sequel, respectively. The now-blockbuster Us made back its $20 million budget and then some in just a couple of days; and thanks to the classic word-of-mouth marketing technique (which creates major FOMO), that number is only expected to climb—and fast.

  7. I hope and pray Lindsey Graham is exposed for all of his deeds. Let it come out.

  8. I’m no big fan of Avenatti but is this a vengeful hit on him?

  9. rikyrah says:

    Auntie Maxine on Mueller Report: ‘This Is Not the End of Anything’

    “I want to tell you that this president has a way of trying to get into people’s heads and indoctrinate them,” Auntie Maxine declared. “He’s been saying ‘no collusion, no collusion, no collusion’ over and over again for a long time now and he’s going to try and conclude that this report is proving that there’s no collusion and you have a lot of his sycophants who will take the nod from him and they’ll say the same thing, but we cannot allow them to get away with this.”

    “He does this all the time,” she added. “This is not the end of anything.”

    House Democrats have pledged to continue investigations via Congress should the results of the report prove insufficient, which she touched on as well.

    “We want full disclosure,” she continued. “The American people deserve to know what our special counsel has discovered in this investigation over 22 months. We don’t want to hear anything about Barr using his discretion to decide what we should see, what we should know and not know. We want the full report. We deserve it, and we are going to keep the pressure on.”

  10. Looky here, people!

    Amy Klobuchar’s Sorry Record on Police Violence Exposed in Damning Report

    Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar has more than in-staff bullying allegations to worry about ahead of the 2020 primary.

    American Public Media partnered with Minnesota Public Radio News to produce a thoroughly reported summary of Klobuchar’s record as the Hennepin County Attorney, where she served as the head prosecutor in charge of Minneapolis and the surrounding region from 1998 to 2006. Klobuchar was consistently a “tough-on-crime prosecutor,” as she notched the endorsement of the local police union in both of her elections following campaign promises of increased juvenile prosecutions and her public praise of New York City’s infamous “broken windows” tactic.

    In her eight years as county prosecutor, Minneapolis paid out $4.8 million in settlements related to police misconduct, while the police were involved in 29 citizen deaths. As laid out by MPR, Klobuchar sent all but one of those 29 cases to a grand jury and none of the involved officers were ever charged. The report details two cases—those of 15-year-old Courtney Williams and Christopher Burns—in which the families of those killed by police believed the force employed by the officers was excessive and pleaded with Klobuchar to prosecute them. In both cases, Klobuchar declined and sent the cases to a grand jury.

  11. Liza says:

    Well, now we’ve got the Internet so hopefully we can move faster.

  12. Ametia says:

    Word of the Day : March 25, 2019

    Bower:noun BOW-er

    1 : an attractive dwelling or retreat

    2 : a lady’s private apartment in a medieval hall or castle

    3 : a shelter (as in a garden) made with tree boughs or vines twined together : arbor

  13. Ametia says:

    Nothing BUT NOISE, until the full UN-REDACTED Mueller report is publicly released

    • Liza says:


      They know what they’re doing, the Trumpty Dumpty’s. They are using this window of opportunity to create the perception that Trump was exonerated from ALL wrongdoing, satisfying most of their base that can barely read. For those folks, it’s over.

  14. Liza says:

    This right here:

    “Time to subpoena Robert Mueller, III and have him testify in OPEN hearings.

    • eliihass says:

      Turns out Barr and Mueller are longtime friends …and their wives attend bible study together..

      Hopefully, Mueller doesn’t end up validating my long-held belief that anyone who identifies as republican is at their core, fundamentally callous …awful..

  15. rikyrah says:

    UH HUH
    UH HUH

    Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) Tweeted:
    When we talk about what really put Trump in the White House – white resentment/Xenophobia, gerrymandering, gutting the Voting Rights Act so many battleground states could write new laws to disenfranchise minorities – smug white guys pretend we aren’t focused on the real issues.

  16. rikyrah says:

    Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) Tweeted:
    Bill Barr writing a 4 page summary of the Mueller Report is like a presidential candidate promising he’ll release multiple years of tax returns before releasing a two page summary for just one year.

  17. rikyrah says:

    Wakandan War Dog (@Kennymack1971) Tweeted:
    I’ll stand on this until my time here is done.

    The majority of white citzens in the USA made Trump.

    They made him a viable candidate and then they made him President.

    The citizens who shoved their patriotism down our throats gave this country over to an idiot. Period.

  18. rikyrah says:

    Wakandan War Dog (@Kennymack1971) Tweeted:
    Any Democratic candidate coddling racist white voters hiding behind bullshit like “economic anxiety” and “politicians from both parties failing them” will never get any support from me. Get that bullshit out of here.

  19. This is why the country is so fugged up. Maggie stop it! Barr wrote that bullshyt letter. We haven’t seen the Mueller report.

  20. rikyrah says:


    Dan Merica (@merica) Tweeted:
    Buttigieg in South Carolina: “It’s time for a little more of a regional mix in the faces that our party puts forward in the highest level. We love our friends in the big cities, but it is time for us to confront the idea that” places will always be conservative

  21. rikyrah says:


    TaurusBone (@TaurusBone) Tweeted:
    There is nothing the white working class has suffered over the past 30 years that the black working class hasn’t suffered in much gerater degrees.

    There is no excuse for choosing an open racist for president other than racism.

  22. rikyrah says:

    Bodak Red 🥂 🥂 (@AFarray) Tweeted:
    Well, I refuse to wallow in despair. THe most efficient way to get rid of this president* is to vote him out. Focus should be on getting folks to the polls, make sure turnout is high enough that he can’t steal the next election even if he does cheat.

  23. rikyrah says:

    Corey Richardson (@vexedinthecity) Tweeted:
    Hey, white people who had faith in Mueller and feel like the system failed you; this is how black people feel all the time knowing that cops can shoot us and get away with it. Welcome to the club. Now go do something about it.

  24. rikyrah says:

    Mr. Weeks 🤴🏾 (@MrDane1982) Tweeted:
    They wanted to impeach President Obama for being Black.

    They allowed, Hillary Clinton, the first woman presidential nominee to be treated like a criminal.

    But Donald Trump is the epitome of white privilege, especially white male privilege.

    Barr was corrupted & he proved it

  25. rikyrah says:

    Malcolm P. Johnson (@admiralmpj) Tweeted:
    Apparently unpopular opinion:

    If you trusted Mueller then, trust Mueller now.

    Remember, you haven’t read the report.

    Nobody has, except for the President’s* handpicked AG.

  26. rikyrah says:

    Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) Tweeted:
    There’s a huge difference between the Barr Letter and Mueller Report. One took 2 days. One took 2 years. One we have seen. One a Trump political appointee hasn’t shared. If you don’t think this is a coverup, you aren’t paying attention.

  27. rikyrah says:

    George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) Tweeted:
    Let’s say Trump goes down in disgrace from Mueller or the SDNY or Congressional investigations. We’re left with a big question: How did a guy like that get elected? Why do so many still support him? We can’t just say “Fox News” or “Russians.” We have serious issues to sort out.

  28. rikyrah says:


    David Hogg (@davidhogg111) Tweeted:
    Stop saying “you’ll get over it.”

    You don’t get over something that never should have happened because those that die from gun violence are stolen from us not naturally lost.

    Trauma and loss don’t just go away, you have to learn to live with it through getting support.

  29. rikyrah says:

    Ronald Klain (@RonaldKlain) Tweeted:
    Since the decision — by his own admission — not to prosecute on obstruction was AG Barr’s (and NOT Mueller’s), this makes the case for a full release of the Mueller Report even more compelling (so Congress can assess Barr’s decision).

  30. rikyrah says:

    Many people need organ donations from the Black community.

  31. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone 😄😄😄

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