2018 November 27 ☆ Tuesday

Most recent update: November 27, 2018 | 11:00pm
Updated as new tweets are posted, and for clerical edits.


Author: Nancy Langley.
First Published: November 27, 2018 | 9:10am

1st, 2nd & 3rd Tweets

Mueller Investigation

– There is nothing “phony” about the Mueller investigation.

… Mueller’s team has “indicted or gotten guilty pleas from 32 people and three companies” …

VOX, Andrew Prokop, October 10, 2018.

– Former Trump Campaign manager, Paul Manafort, made a plea agreement; did not meet the terms of that agreement, and will now serve jail time. He is not refusing to lie. He is refusing to meet the terms of his plea agreement.

– Manafort’s own actions were criminal. Serving jail time for criminal activities is not a horrible or vicious treatment.

[Compare that to using tear-gas on children at the U.S. border – or separating them from their parents with no strategy in place to return them to their parents, who have committed no crimes. That is horrible and vicious treatment.]

– The only man “gone rogue” is the one who wanted Justice Department officials to arrest and jail his political opponents.

– Convoluted distortion of reality undeserving of our time (unless one is evaluating the tweeter’s reasoning abilities).

– Committing crimes because of a belief that Hillary Clinton mishandled her email was a really stupid idea.

– But that is merely an excuse, isn’t it? The real issue, the real threat to America, comes from those willing to sell their souls to the highest bidders. [Russia. Saudi Arabia.]

4th Tweet

– Trump is stumping for a racist. He needs a racist in Washington.

– Mike Espy, the other candidate, is not a racist.


1st & 2nd Tweet | GM Closings

– Does the president have the authority to cut GM subsidies?


1st Tweet | Mueller Rant

– The investigation is not a “disgrace”. Arrests and convictions have been completed. More may be coming. Why would someone call that a “disgrace”?

– Did the investigations into Hillary Clinton issue any criminal charges against her? (No.)

– Why does a person, who was not a member of the investigation, believe he knows more about H.R. Clinton’s actions than do those who investigated and questioned her? (And found that no crimes had been committed.)

Also, there is this great website called

You can read all about the facts of the content of Trump’s tweet by visiting this link on that website.

2nd Tweet

3rd Tweet