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    #7202101 at 2019-07-26 19:44:45 (UTC+1)

    [Smoke & Mirrors]
    How do you attempt to keep the 'narrative' in play [control the 'sheep']?
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/dems-launch-impeachment-investigation-with-bid-for-grand-jury-info-insist-mueller-delivered
    Key sentence:
    Nadler called the grand jury materials "critically important" for their investigation.
    Does Nadler understand that the 'critically important' material requested would be illegal for AG Barr to disclose?
    https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/04/mueller-report-attorney-general-grand-jury-information/
    "This means Attorney General Barr must redact grand-jury material from the Mueller report before disclosing it to Congress. Democrats will complain long and loud about this, but I don't see how Barr can be reasonably faulted for following the law. Congress, after all, has the power to legislate an amendment to Rule 6(e) that would permit disclosure of grand-jury materials from a special counsel investigation to appropriate congressional committees."
    Will members of the D party Congress attempt to amend Rule 6(e) in order to obtain grand jury material deemed 'critically important'?
    No?
    Logical thinking, why?
    Why paint a narrative that the one item you cannot possess is the one item you need in order to justify your argument?
    People elected 'knowingly' spreading false-information [disinformation]?
    Puppets follow orders.
    Think for yourself.
    Q