A House committe votes to hold Attorney General Willian Barr in contempt, for not handing over Robert Mueller’s unredacted report on his investigation into the President. Barr’s refusal is backed by Trump’s declaration of “executive privilege” in withholding the document. And that has prompted committee chairman Jerry Nadler to declare that now “We are in a cnstitutional crisis.” Adding to the feeding frenzy — The Republican-controlled Senate Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed Donald Trump, Jr. to return to testify. What’s more, the action is guided by GOP Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina. So, does all this represent a “clear and present danger,” so to speak, for Trump? Or is it more of a tempest in a teapot? On-Target’s Larry Sparano tackles that question, with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
The President is declaring victory over his critics following the non-conclusions of the Mueller Report regarding Obstruction of Justice, and the affirmative conclusion that there was no “Russian Collusion” on Trump’s part. But Democrats are making it plain that they will pursue all such matters further –much further.
How much traction will they get, heading into the 2020 elections? Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano, talking about that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
He staged a false racial attack, caused the Chicago Police Department to spend tons of money and man hours, inflamed racial tensions in a city already rent by violence and hatred –and now it’s just, uh, ‘never mind? A great deal if you can get it. And Jussie Smollett did!
And in a second report, polling shows that voters don’t give a rat’s, uh posterior, about the results of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s exhaustive, 22-month long, 31 million dollar investigation into Trump’s activities. Considering such polling, how much longer should Democrats and other critics continue to harp on Trump’s alleged “Russian Collusion?” Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York in discussion of both topics. First, Smollett:
Trump critics and Trump supporters anxiously await the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s two year long investigation into Trump’s alleged “collusion” with Russia to fix the presidential election that put him in office. But current and former officials who should know better, have already concluded that Trump is guilty. On-Target’s Larry Sparano says whether you like Trump or not, such comments show how politicized even the nation’s top law enforcement agencies have become. Larry discusses this at length with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Democrats are quickly pointing out what they say are all the distortions, exaggerations and lies in Trump’s State-of-the-Union address. But will it make any difference heading into the 2020 election season? Will Trump continue to hold his base, and perhaps even win new support? And can Democrats rally enough votes to oust him by attacking his credibility? Hear what On-Target’s Larry Sparano thinks, in his latest discussion with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: