Weissmann the ‘the pit bull’ joins NBC MSNBC to opine on impeachment


 

Andrew Weissmann the so called “pit bull” of the Mueller team has found his way over to the NBC and MSNBC team to opine on the impeachment of our President. Here is the nub of the “offense” that is worthy of impeachment that echos all of last week’s testimony.

WEISSMANN: I think they helped answer the question of, why should the American public care? And the witnesses talked about how if it is true what the Democrats are claiming, what the president is doing is completely antithetical to the bipartisan view that the rule of law should apply in this country and across the world.

They saw an unofficial policy being pushed by the president and Giuliani to bring a bogus investigation against a political opponent. That’s the kind of thing that we fight against in other countries.

I might ask who is the “they” that decides “the official policy?” Of course, the deep state and not those elected by the American people. Mr. Weissmann is correct we do fight this in other countries.

Note to MSNBC. To be completely honest you would have allowed the answers from the witnesses as opposed to the premises.

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Excerpts via Daily Caller

“I would have spent less time about what it meant for Ukraine and sort of American policy and a little bit more on the fact that what the president … was doing was cheating on our election,” Weissmann told MSNBC’s Ari Melber.

Melber ended his interview with Weissmann with a touching send-off.

“In all candor and sincerity, as an attorney, I can say a lot of attorneys view you as a legend,” the host said.

Weissmann joins a stable of MSNBC analysts that includes former CIA Director John Brennan, former FBI assistant director for Frank Figliuzzi, and Malcolm Nance, a former intelligence officer who has pushed the now-debunked conspiracy theory that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia during the 2016 election.

 

Such brilliance. I can’t imagine how this “legend” managed to waste millions and found nothing and yet continues to interfere in the election of a President by the electorate and not the deep state.

 

More at NPR

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5 Responses to “Weissmann the ‘the pit bull’ joins NBC MSNBC to opine on impeachment”

  1. Sunday Respite – When Winter Comes | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

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  2. Mustang Says:

    I have a theory, too … that there are some people who view the Rosenberg’s as heroes and legends. Honestly, I’ve never considered myself a bigot, but I have to say that no one with a modicum of common sense will turn their backs on a Moslem or a Jew. People like Weismann constitute a clear and present danger to the United States Constitution; they will use that august document to further their own skewed political agenda. God help us!

    BTW … wasn’t the Eastern District of New York that prosecuted Dinesh D’Souza?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The Southern Eastern District of New York is the cess pool of the deep state and the one chasing Trump.. Of course McCarthy who had his finger on the danger.. some may say to excess… is/was a villain.. But up is down in today’s world.

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  3. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    Vlad the Impaler is a legend, also.

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