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originally posted by: RickyD
a reply to: interupt42
That's literally the first thing I noticed when I read that. She completely side stepped the question by answering about something else. And if it is picked up she didnt lie she was just mistaken on what she was answering..after all it was a long day of questions right... And of course she was able to slide without any question because those running the investigation were just as dirty from that admin.
originally posted by: interupt42
originally posted by: rickymouse
But, technically Democrats can't be held liable for lies. Rule of the land now.
But did she lie about comey there?
She said "I have never instructed a witness ", comey wasnt a witness he was leading the investigation. She was allowed to wiggle herself through that question from what i have seen so far.
originally posted by: crappiekat
Sorry care my mobile sucks. Agree with you
I think trump should just hand them all over to military tribunals. If they are going to behave like enemy combatants, treat them as such.
When the U.S. representatives and senators from the former Confederate States reached Washington, they set as a priority legislation to prohibit any future president or Congress from directing, by military order or federal legislation, the imposition of federal troops in any U.S. state. By the 1878 election, Congress was dominated by the Democratic Party, and they passed the Posse Comitatus Act in 1878. The Act did not end the conflict, as the 1879 Rider Wars lead to the second longest shutdown of the US government. According to historian Heather Cox Richardson, railroad executive Thomas A. Scott convinced President Hayes to use federal troops to end the Great Railroad Strike of 1877, causing a backlash that motivated bipartisan support for the Posse Comitatus Act.