Ted Vaill: Roy Cohn taught The Don not to write anything down, and to operate entirely through loyal subordinates, giving him “deniability”.
Ted Vaill: This is more correctly called “bribery”, which involves a government official getting (or as in this case asking) for something of value in return for doing something beneficial to the other party . That is an impeachable offense.
Ted Vaill: So my family has much invested in this country, and we are disgusted with what our President, Donald Drumpf, is doing to it.
Ted Vaill: This past week, when I met with him, I told him, among other things, that if he is the Democratic nominee, and faces Trump in the 2020 election, “Brooklyn always trumps Queens.”
Ted Vaill: I thought I would use my 50+ years as a lawyer, prosecutor and criminal defense lawyer, to provide some guidance to our elected representatives in their moment of glory.
Ted Vaill: This history is recounted as a possible predictor of what will happen if (and after) Donald Trump is impeached.
Ted Vaill: Mueller found possible obstruction of justice factual results, which tie in well to Barr’s findings of what would constitute obstruction of justice, before he knew what was in the Mueller Report
Ted Vaill: If you read the Report, it is clear that Mueller left a roadmap of things that remain to be completed.
Ted Vaill: Trumputin is almost asking for it, many Democrats in Congress and throughout the country are demanding it, and the time has come to do it.
Ted Vaill: My prediction: he will resign as Special Counsel shortly after he completes two years on the job, and testify, whether or not Trumputin wants him to or not.
Ted Vaill: He was such a bad boy that his father sent him off to military school when he was 13. He rose to become head of a student platoon that specialized in enforcing the strict “rules” that governed the students’ military-style conduct.
Ted Vaill: The Grumpy Old People’s Party, once arch anti-Communist, has surrendered to Trumputin and now is falling in line with their Dear Leader, still adored by 90% of his followers.
Ted Vaill: Since the average voter does not have a college education, is disgusted with politics, and is mainly focused on what is going on in his or her daily life, they are not going to read a 438-page, single-spaced tome.