|From||TIM RICHARDSON||1:123/140.0||Date Write||2018-04-28 19:56:00|
|To||BILL MCGARRITY||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-04-29 08:10:05|
|Subj||No Peace Possible|
On 04-23-18, BILL MCGARRITY said to TIM RICHARDSON:|
-=> TIM RICHARDSON wrote to GERRIT KUEHN on 04-23-18 14:38 <=-
TR> On 04-14-18, BILL MCGARRITY said to GERRIT KUEHN:
BM>You're dealing with an angry old man...
TR> The refuge of the pissed-off leftie losers: insults and put-downs.
BM>What insult? You're angry and your old. Beats the alternative of being
BM>dead and 6 feet under.
BM>I don't bother with him any more.
TR> Translation: He has nothing intelligent to say, so he throws insults.
BM>No, my words are very intelligent to those who understand facts.
Well, here's a few *facts* for your `understanding':
Lets see....where to start.....
The OIG report on McCabe is in. He's cited in the first few sentences for
disclosure (that is: LEAKING) of sensitive law enforcement information to a
reporter that got published in the Wall Street Journal.
When the investigation into that leak involved an interview with McCabe, he
lied to the interviewers. Thats couched in the term: lacked candor! Thats
official speak for *lied*!
So McCabe is getting into some legal problems.
Comey tried to make everyone think Trump had asked or told him to end the
Flynn investigation. A memo the New York Times detailed written by Comey,
(Schmidt: "Comey memo says Trump asked him to end Flynn investigation", New
York Times, 5/16/17)
Yet Comey testified at least two different times that had never happened.
Not to mention his use of what he knew to be a phoney dossier, paid for by the
Clinton campaign, to obtain a FISA warrant.
And there's a long list of others getting ready to feel the heat of the law
bearing down on them, too.
BM> As I
BM>said, my words above were quite complimentary but, as usual to prove my
BM>very point, you walked right into the angry part. Kudos...
*Durango b301 #PE*
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