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As Barr Waffles, Blumenthal And Grassley Vow ‘American People Will Have Access To The Full Story’ From Mueller

"Our legislation would guarantee that every Special Counsel does a report complete with findings and evidence – and that it be directly disclosed to Congress and the American people."

"Our legislation would guarantee that every Special Counsel does a report complete with findings and evidence – and that it be directly disclosed to Congress and the American people."
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10 comments on “As Barr Waffles, Blumenthal And Grassley Vow ‘American People Will Have Access To The Full Story’ From Mueller

  1. After Barr’s careful ‘parsing’ it’s more obvious than ever that the ‘Special Counsel’s Transparency Act’ (or equivalent protection for Mueller and Public access to his findings) is urgently needed.

  2. Heis….looks like you found a new favorite word…you are indeed personally familiar with people who are by definition “sycophants”.

  3. So in the confidential Mueller report confidential witness #1 states “he heard from a good source that the Heis used to beat his wife but wife fearful of corroborating.” Should the smear be public knowledge? Don’t let your TDS override common sense.

  4. “factual findings and underlying evidence” not rumors!

  5. Here’s a thought: If our political campaigning for president had similar rules governing all the crap that comes out of potential candidate’s mouths, President Asswipe would not be living in our WH.

    Specific reference to this quote from the Transparency Act, “The Special Counsel Transparency Act introduced today requires that any Special Counsel produce a report to Congress at the conclusion of an investigation or within two weeks of a removal, transfer, or resignation. The report must include all factual findings and underlying evidence.”

    Just change a few words to infer campaign promises and honest disclosure and make it only part of new requirements to run for any elected offices in the U.S. government.

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