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New AG Matthew Whitaker Will Not Recuse

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Calminian, Nov 8, 2018 at 2:24 PM.

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    The House' newly energized mission of seek and destroy by investigation will be met by a new Judiciary Wave - ever growing against them, causing their impotence and insignificance for most part. The AG action was good start!

    Unfortunately, the left's agenda of obstruction has been fed enough to keep it breathing for the next 2 years - but only to their final detriment when the people will show they've have had more than enough of their hot air in the next election.
     
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    good, there's no reason he should recuse. Jeff should have never agreed to recuse, if anything, Rosenstein should have recused himself a long time ago - he is a witness, a participant, and possibly a defendant.

    The left is going nuts over Matt because he won't help them protect Deep State. Some of them are planning to march AGAIN over the loss of Jeff Sessions. Jeff Sessions.
     
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    All very true Benjamin. The Dems I think are in a sort of a bind. Opposition parties aren't held as responsible to achieve things as much as those in power. They're glad they've won the House but it does come with a problem. They have to get down to business and start achieving things YES with the President. I'm guessing even some who voted for Dems did so because they put faith in their Dem who won that they would take the business of governing seriously. If they don't produce some things they'll be in bad shape next time around.
     
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