direstraits posted:
Jack Hammer posted:

See how it is

Yes, pathetic.  A question already answered.  Unworthy of repeating.  

Pathetic is the Republican way.

Conservatives really haven't the time for snot nosed rubber glue
games for liberals, maybe a hobby could ease their pain.
 
I know it must be hard for them to keep up. There must be a Parrot 
in everyone of these forums, anyone else notice echos and crickets.
Jack Hammer posted:
Conservatives really haven't the time for snot nosed rubber glue
games for liberals, maybe a hobby could ease their pain.
 
I know it must be hard for them to keep up. There must be a Parrot 
in everyone of these forums, anyone else notice echos and crickets.

AG Barr says that the report will be available by mid-April.  Sounds reasonable.  Its 400 pages. Mueller is assisting.  The President will no receive an advanced copy.  Probably, two versions will be provided.  One with the classified data, grand jury and declination data (info on persons who were not indicted) redacted for general public and Congress.  And, a version with the classified data not redacted.  The second version will go to the Capitol SCIF where classified data is stored.  Members of Congress with clearances and a need to know will have access. If, Democrats want access to grand jury and declination data, let them convince a court. 

Now, we wait and see if they do what they say. I have a feeling both Republicans and Democrats will be disappointed in the full report. It's gonna be sorta like the letdown over Hillary, only in reversal of Political Parties.

Last edited by L. Cranston

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