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Is Collusion Criminal? 
by Ben Shapiro
Levin: So-Called Free Press, dummycrats-Dems 
Are Urging Mueller to Create a Crime
{ } ~ Host Mark Levin said that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is being urged to create a crime “by a so-called free press... that pretends to be protecting us from tyranny” and the dummycrats-Democrat Party. He continued saying, so we have a prosecutor with an open-ended portfolio with no actual crime. And seeks to create one, and he’s urged to create one by a so-called free press that pretends to be protecting us from tyranny. He’s urged to create one by a dummycrats-Democrat party—which, from day one, sought to undo Trump’s election. This is why I’ve spent so much time on Fox, not because I want to, because I felt I needed to, because I felt the president’s lawyers could hear me that way. This is why I spent so much time on Levin TV and behind this microphone talking about these subjects, to get the word out to you, the people, so you could spread the word too...
dummycrats-Dem Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Pleads 
Guilty to Federal Corruption Charges 
by Merrill Hope
{ } ~ Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway (D) pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges Thursday morning... said Erin Nealy Cox, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas. In a press conference, Cox announced Caraway, 66, was part of a scheme that bankrupted Dallas County Schools (DCS), a bus agency, along with businessman Bob Leonard, who owned the surveillance company that took millions from DCS. She said Leonard paid Caraway and Rick Sorrells, the former DCS superintendent, more than $3.5 million in bribes, kickbacks, and other benefits. In April, Sorrells pleaded guilty to accepting more than $3 million. Caraway, the second most powerful official at Dallas City Hall, resigned from his seat on the city council Thursday effective immediately, said Cox. He pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy, wire fraud, and tax evasion. She said each charge carries a sentence of five years in federal prison. For his cooperation, the legal parties agreed to 84 months imprisonment. Leonard was charged with one count of conspiracy...
No Way Bob!
by Adrian Vance
{ } ~ Robert Swan Mueller III, Special Counsel, wants to interview President Trump in what we, and many, suspect is a trap... How do we come to such a conclusion. Special Counsel, aka Federal Prosecutor, Robert Swan Mueller III, Esq., Philadelphia high born, Ivy League educated lawyer with a deeply flawed record starting in 1970’s San Francisco; first case, Federal Prosecutor, with a “slam dunk” case to put away 18 Hells Angel drug runners, blew it so badly all got off! In business that would end the career of R. S. Mueller III, but “The Swamp” creatures, or as we say, “The Web,” noticed and gave him a post in Boston. Bob fumbled his first case of an East German spy physicist indicted on a ton of glowing evidence but walked thanks to Bob’s screwups! Then he was assigned to prosecute the Whitey Bolger Mafia mob. The FBI had several snitches in their ranks so he chose to protect them by indicting four innocent men from a mob the FBI had not compromised, convicted them on false evidence getting 40 year sentences. Two died in prison, but all four were found innocent on a review of the case and their families were awarded $101 million of our money! Was Bob cashiered from the Department of Justice? No and the Swamp/Web got a greater grip on B.S.III  Can you spell “corrupt?”...
Death to the Rule of Law
 by Michael Oberndorf
{ } ~ Once upon a time, boys and girls, there was a country, unique in the world and in history, where the people were not subjects of the whims and delusional rule of tyrannical kings and other potentates... but lived free under the Rule of Law, laid out in a constitution written by the People themselves. It clearly enumerated the powers they granted to the government, not the other way 'round. It also listed (and guaranteed) rights granted to them by God, not by government, and thus "unalienable." This happened not "long ago and far away," but right here, a mere 230 years ago. The power granted to We, the People, the unprecedented liberty guaranteed under the constitutional Rule of Law, made the United States of America into the Beacon of Freedom, the Shining City on the Hill, and attracted people from all over the world to our shores, eager to become Americans and improve the lives of their children for generations to come. Then, in late 1963, something happened. Our president, John F. Kennedy, was assassinated and the killers have never been caught. A scapegoat knee-jerk communist, Lee Harvey Oswald, was blamed, but he, too, was killed before he could talk. Kennedy was a dummycrats-Democrat, but if he were around today, his policies would have made him a moderate to conservative Republican. Many believe this was why he was killed, and the direction the country was taken by his successor and vice president – racist, far-leftist Lyndon B. Johnson – reinforces this idea... 
Joe diGenova Discusses Ongoing Possibilities in Congressional
Investigation into Spygate and FISA Abuse
by sundaocnce

{ } ~ Joe diGenova appears on Newsmax TV with Howie Carr to discuss the current drip of document leaks surrounding Bruce Ohr (DOJ)... Glenn Simpson (Fusion GPS), Christopher Steele and Oleg Derispaska; additionally, the likelihood of more FISA declassification which will lay bare the larger FBI/DOJ conspiracy.


Is Collusion Criminal? 
by Ben Shapiro

{ } ~ In the last two weeks, the Trump administration has begun to make a rather interesting legal argument: Collusion isn't criminal. President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani made this argument on television; Trump repeated it on Twitter. But is it true?

Technically, collusion isn't a crime. There is no statutory definition of "collusion"; the closest we could come is "conspiracy." So let's be more specific: Would it be criminal activity if the Trump campaign solicited opposition research from the Russian government? The short answer: Not clearly, unless the campaign was also involved in underlying criminal activity, such as hacking the Democratic National Committee or the liar-Hillary Clinton campaign. UCLA professor of law Eugene Volokh explained in the Washington Post last year that barring such activity, it seems violative of the First Amendment to prevent campaigns from talking with foreign citizens about opposition research on other candidates. After all, liar-Clinton's team paid Fusion GPS to create an opposition-research dossier, much of the material provided by a foreign citizen, Christopher Steele. Even exchanging information with the Russian government wouldn't clearly violate the law, if Volokh is correct.

Now, this doesn't mean that the Trump campaign is in the clear. It just means that Trump's opponents will have to prove far more than they've proved so far.

 All of which means that the slim hook on which the dummycrats-Democratic hopes of a Trump criminal charge are based grows even more tenuous. Now dummycrats-Democrats are banking on the possibility of an obstruction charge emerging against Trump: perhaps, they say, Trump has attempted to shut down special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation in some way. After all, he's constantly tweeting about the myriad evils of the so-called "witch hunt." But even here, the statutory basis for such a charge is thin: There are provisions covering destruction of evidence or threatening to influence a "pending judicial proceeding," but obstruction generally requires an active attempt to impede -- and the Mueller investigation, according to the testimony of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, hasn't actually been impacted by Trump's fulmination.

The best hope for dummycrats-Democrats is a perjury charge against Donald Trump Jr. They hope that Trump Jr. lied when he said that his father didn't know about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya; perhaps, they think, they can charge Trump Jr. with something to get him to flip on his father. But so far, there's been no evidence that Trump knew about that meeting, and Trump continues to deny it.

More and more, the dummycrats-Democratic hope for a deus ex machina to oust Trump seems like a chimerical fancy. Even if Trump were to be indicted for a crime, it's utterly unclear constitutionally whether he could be prosecuted; the constitutional remedy for high crimes and misdemeanors is impeachment. But they do have one hope yet: Trump could continue to pour out his feelings on Twitter, creating possible legal problems for himself and undermining his credibility with the American people.

That's why Trump should stop chatting about these matters. The more he chats, the higher the chances he creates a thicket he cannot escape. The dummycrats-Democrats' best hope at this point isn't the law or even Robert Mueller. It's President Trump's rage, and his pathological inability to avoid venting it in public fora.

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‘Restrictive’ Gun Control Did Not Prevent Christchurch Massacre

 New Zealand requires licensing and in-depth background checks for would-be gun owners, but neither gun control policy prevented Friday’s attacks in Christchurch that killed nearly 50 people.

The University of Sydney’s describes New Zealand’s gun control as “restrictive,” because owning guns in that nation is not a guaranteed right but a privilege extended by the government.

Moreover, before legally owning a gun, residents must acquire a license. The acquisition of that license involves passage of a background check that “considers criminal, mental health, medical, addiction and domestic violence records.” Third party references must also be provided to authorities during the license procurement process and interviews are conducted with the applicant’s immediate family.

Even after licensing, New Zealanders cannot buy a handgun or “military style” semiautomatic without providing an acceptable explanation for why they want such a firearm. Additionally, those firearms must be registered with the central government upon acquisition.

It is illegal to sell a gun to anyone without a license, which means the background checks for license acquisition are universal; they cover all gun sales and transfers. And in the event that an individual is buying a gun from a friend or neighbor instead of retail, “the buyer… is obliged to pass official background checks before taking possession.” Also, “the number and type of firearms which can be sold by a licensed gun dealer to a single gun owner is limited to one pistol, military style semi-automatic firearm, or restricted firearm per acquisition permit.”

Further, gun show sales are highly regulated in New Zealand.

Democrat lawmakers in the U.S. are promoting many of these very gun controls–universal background checks, licensing, more gun show regulation, limits on the number of guns that can be purchased, etc.–arguing that these measures will make Americans safe. It is not yet clear how the killer in Christchurch acquired his weapons, yet we see that these gun controls did not prevent an attack that killed nearly 50 unarmed innocents.

More than one mosque was attacked in Christchurch, and the shooters who converged on a mosque in Linwood were reportedly chased by an apparent attendee who happened to be armed for self-defense.

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