Shining a light on a significant news story…
New Mueller Report Details: Roger Stone Told (the president) In Advance WikiLeaks Would Release Clinton Campaign Emails. Newly unredacted portions of the Mueller report show that Paul Manafort, Rick Gates, and Michael Cohen told investigators Stone had promised the campaign damaging revelations by WikiLeaks. The information was released following a lawsuit by BuzzFeed News.
That’s right folks: the Trump/Barr DOJ redacted under #foia a statement
about *what Stone said publicly!* …
A reminder that the Bush appointed-judge presiding over my #FOIA lawsuit, Reggie Walton,
rebuked AG Bill Barr, questioned his credibility, integrity & suggested he intended “to create
a one-sided narrative about the Mueller Report” to protect Trump https://t.co/bVbWcQUnVW
Now We Know of Two More Impeachable Offenses by Trump and Barr
The two have engaged in breathtaking lies, coverups, and obstruction.
Only the voters can save us now.
A new SDNY U.S. Attorney incident…
Barr: Berman has resigned. – See: https://t.co/lziVbkLxGP
Berman: I have not resigned.. – See: https://bit.ly/2zRenml & https://bit.ly/3fJUpcj
Barr: Trump has fired Berman.. – See: https://t.co/3Kil8GKQQv
Trump: I am not involved.. – See: https://bit.ly/2CwsLS5
Reminder: Every Senate Republican *voted* to obstruct the Senate’s impeachment hearing… which likely led to the following statement:
Chairman Nadler says calls for the impeachment of Attorney General Barr are “a waste of time
at this point because we know that we have a corrupt Republican majority in the Senate which
will not consider an impeachment no matter what the evidence.”
The greatest threats of the past decade have come in the form of a deadly virus, climate-related natural disasters, economic meltdowns, and attacks on free and fair elections. So why are expensive weapons systems and massive military installations still a foregone conclusion?
America spends over $700 billion a year on our national defense. That’s about a sixth of our overall budget and more than health care, education and all the rest of our discretionary spending combined. …
…Reconsidering our spending to invest more heavily in the programs that really keep us safe is not only possible, but long overdue.
Laicie Heeley in “We prepared for war, but should have spent our money elsewhere”
…Peace need not be impracticable, and war need not be inevitable. By defining our goal more clearly, by making it seem more manageable and less remote, we can help all peoples to see it, to draw hope from it, and to move irresistibly toward it.
President John F Kennedy