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Default FOX News Senior Legal Analyst Says Trump's Obstruction is 'Unlawful, Defenseless and

FOX News Senior Legal Analyst Says Trump's Obstruction is 'Unlawful, Defenseless and Condemnable'

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Thursday April 25, 2019




Ever since special counsel Robert Mueller began investigating the President, Donald Trump has been adamant that there has been "no collusion, no obstruction," and no other illegal or unethical activity on his part. Trump made sure to drive that point home to his Deplorable followers on Twitter nearly every day. And backing him up all the way on this was his State TV affiliate, Fox News.
But now the bottom appears to be falling out of Trump's defense strategy. In recent weeks a few lonely voices on Fox News have displayed some measure of independence and honesty. They are still a minority, and they are often castigated by their own network colleagues, but they are there and they are beginning to be more outspoken.
Judge Andrew Napolitano is one of those expressing views that are decidedly un-Foxian. Last month Napolitano told Fox host Neil Cavuto that he agreed with the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, that there is evidence in the public record of Trump engaging in both conspiracy with Russia and obstruction of justice. He previously said that Trump's firing of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was obstruction of justice. And now Napolitano is going even further with some hard and detailed facts:
"Mueller laid out at least a half-dozen crimes of obstruction committed by Trump -- from asking former Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland to write an untruthful letter about the reason for Flynn's chat with Kislyak, to asking Corey Lewandowski and then-former White House Counsel Don McGahn to fire Mueller and McGahn to lie about it, to firing Comey to impede the FBI's investigations, to dangling a pardon in front of Michael Cohen to stay silent, to ordering his aides to hide and delete records."

These remarks might not get much attention were they made by Rep. Schiff, or House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, or MSNBC's Rachel Maddow. They would be be dismissed by right-wingers as partisan and political. But those criticisms cannot be credibly leveled against Napolitano who is a devoted conservative and a long-time fixture on Fox News. And he wasn't done:
"The president's job is to enforce federal law. If he had ordered its violation to save innocent life or preserve human freedom, he would have a moral defense. But ordering obstruction to save himself from the consequences of his own behavior is unlawful, defenseless and condemnable."
That's the sort of unambiguous statement of guilt (and from a judge no less) that you might expect from a partisan Democrat. But coming from a conservative legal expert on Fox News, it's damn near conviction. It's certainly justification for proceeding with impeachment hearings.
Napolitano also took Attorney General William Barr to task for wrongly defining obstruction of justice as only being applicable when it is successful or when there is an underlying crime committed by the obstructor. That's nonsense and not rooted in the law. It is still obstruction if one attempts to interfere with the the judicial process and fails. If you try to rob a bank and don't pull it off, you are going to jail. Likewise, it's still obstruction if one attempts to interfere with a case that involves someone else. If you lie to the police about a crime you know you're cousin committed, you are going to jail.
Barr's absurd misinterpretation is a blatant attempt to cover for Trump and could be considered obstruction of justice itself. And it's so egregiously conspicuous that even a Fox News legal analyst can see it and felt compelled to react. When this sort of blowback comes from the network that Trump regards as his own media division, it can't be long before the damn breaks and others on Fox, along with Republicans who can no longer pretend that Trump isn't an un-American charlatan, conclude that it's time to put country before party - or before the naked emperor routine that Trump is trying to pull off.



UPDATE: Here’s video of Napolitano’s remarks. It is really worth watching.
https://youtu.be/KrFaSrkJrZU


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That makes 3 over at Fox Dumpster State TV, that is starting to tell the truth about dumpster.
"IF" this keeps up, GOP will have to start coming along also.
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Something has happened to start the snowball rolling.
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Something has happened to start the snowball rolling.
Yes, the Mueller Report shows how corrupt he truly is.
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The GOP sees no crimes - lol
They will have no conscience sacrificing him for the betterment of the party.
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Now you like FOX because they agree with you. Otherwise they are terrible. As I have said. One sided only. Never listens to both sides just agrees with the left. ALWAYS! No matter how correct the right might be. Just slam them. How childish as usual.
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Now you like FOX because they agree with you. Otherwise they are terrible. As I have said. One sided only. Never listens to both sides just agrees with the left. ALWAYS! No matter how correct the right might be. Just slam them. How childish as usual.
Could you please show me where I said I like FOX?
Please go back to Post #2.. and read it again.

c/p post #2
That makes 3 over at Fox Dumpster State TV, that is starting to tell the truth about dumpster.
"IF" this keeps up, GOP will have to start coming along also.
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Does that sound like I like Fox? NO!!

I merely said that is now 3 on Fox Dumpster State TV. talking out against Dumpster because of the crimes he has committed as President.. and that if that keeps up, the GOP will start coming around also. ( I should add I Hope) lol

This only reaffirms my views about Fox Dumpster State TV!!!!

I was too lazy to go to Vanity Fair and use that article. Which I normally do, but.. I like to watch Matlock and Diagnosis Murder right now.. lol

This is just rumor unless he actually does leave in 2021, it might just be a power play for a raise.. lol

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Hannity pondering bailing on Fox News because he no longer feels the network is loyal to Trump: report





Matthew Chapman
25 Apr 2019 at 18:55 ET

new Vanity Fair analysis behind the scenes of Fox News reveals an interesting new piece of information: longtime Fox megastar conservative commentator Sean Hannity has told friends that he plans to leave the network after his current contract expires in 2021.
According to sources, Hannity is angry at the Murdochs, the powerful conservative family that owns the network, believing they are insufficiently loyal to President Donald Trump and secretly out to get him. He has been angry ever since the network ousted former Fox CEO Roger Ailes, who was accused of sexual harassment by multiple employees, and co-president Bill Shine, who served a brief stint in the White House after his departure.

“Sean doesn’t feel supported,” one Fox news staffer said. “He has no relationship with Lachlan [Murdoch]. Sean thinks, Wait a second, I was hired to get ratings and I get ratings, but now people are embarrassed about me? He feels Fox spends a lot of time supporting Shepard Smith but his show makes no money. That’s annoying to him.”
Another source claimed that Hannity even “told Trump last year that the Murdochs hate Trump, and Hannity is the only one holding Fox together.”
Hannity’s discontent underscores a growing problem for Fox News’ owners: they are stuck between trying to please President Donald Trump and trying not to alienate mainstream corporate advertisers, who have increasingly denounced the most inflammatory rhetoric from personalities like Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and Tucker Carlson.






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I hate to see the people at fox fighting among themselves
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I hate to see the people at fox fighting among themselves

It is entertaining, LOL

That article Posted about Hannity, I wonder, "IF" it is true, that if Hannity contemplated, what if Dumpster loses in 2020? (wishful thinking) LOL
He is worth $85 million now. he can afford to leave.

"IF" he does leave, will he try to start his own online channel. like Glenn Beck, or is he getting ready to jump over to the Dumpster Network?
I can see the demise of the GOP , "IF" that happens, a split of the ERW into 2 factions. the Real Conservative Faction and the Nutjob Faction. the real extremists.
Glenn Beck, who did pay good benefits to his employees, has had to lay off 40 of his employees as his Blaze Channel keeps losing money..
Eventually Beck will close his doors and say, I am tired of going broke and just make appearances on other networks, I see he has even managed to get on those channels he talks bad about.. like CNN and MSNBC from time to time.. lol

According to a hate site, that dumpster loves.. Breitbart.
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