The Campaign For DA

3.06.2018

Never A Dull Moment With This White House






19 comments:

Anonymous said...

In other news, Hillary Clinton was not indicted yet again today.

Anonymous said...

WH has already released a statement that they think she didn't violate the Hatch Act, so (shockingly!) no discipline or penalties.

Anonymous said...

That's Ruff!
What she said.

Anonymous said...

Would that be different from Al Gore making calls for campaign contributions from the White House?

Anonymous said...

That bottom picture is that lady that said she was going to move out of the country if Trump won, isn't it? Along with Cher, Alex Baldwin and Barbara Streisand?

Anonymous said...

These Russians...still can't figure out how it's illegal, or worthy of a national investigation, if some Russians sent Facebook messages designed to discourage votes for Hillary. Before the election, I never saw anything from "Russians", but I did see all kinds of lies and half truths from newspapers, TV, ads, etc. designed to discourage me from voting for either one.

Anonymous said...

12:30 - Barry is a Leftist fool.

Anonymous said...

Barry felt it move. A little bit.

Anonymous said...

What office, she never held any elected office?

Anonymous said...

12:30 -

Yes, because the VP is exempt from the Hatch Act (as is POTUS and certain others). But I'm sure you already knew that, and just commented in a lame attempt at whataboutism.

SpanishWarDonkey said...

Trump would actually first have to fill the Merit Systems Protection Board for anything to happen. As it stands, he hasn't appointed enough people so a proper quorum can be held. So nothing will happen.

Anonymous said...

A trump staffer is a cheat/liar/law breaker/colluder/sexist/rude/arrogant/stupid/unethical/immoral twit? Well, knock me over with a feather.

DF Shocked I am

Anonymous said...

He didn't do anything to her last time (when she shilled for Ivanka's clothing line on TV) ... the WH said she was "counseled".

Anonymous said...

The last time Kellyanne violated the Hatch Act, the WH said it was a one-time mistake that was "highly unlikely" to happen again.

http://www.govexec.com/oversight/2017/03/white-house-conway-ethics-violation-mistake/135810/

The current violations are her second and third. I guess the "law & order" president doesn't believe in "three strikes and you're out."

Anonymous said...

Looks like she got hit with the ugly stick. Twice...

Anonymous said...

If all the commentators on here knew an OUNCE of what they think they know this place would be so crowded Barry wouldn't have to be an atty. He could sell time on LL blog.

DF Nostradamus

Anonymous said...

1:14, "The statute, Section 607 of Title 18 of the United States Code, has its roots in an 1876 law intended to discourage ''political assessments'': the collection from Government employees of part of their salary to support the incumbent party. The statute carries a maximum penalty of $5,000 and three years' imprisonment.

Unlike the Hatch Act, Section 607 makes no exceptions for any officials -- including the President or Vice President. And on its face, it is broadly worded, seeming to apply to any official who asks for a donation."

Anonymous said...

12:35

That would be Alec, not Alex, Mr. President.

Anonymous said...

Keep trying Snowflake.

President Trump still Winning