1. The Case To Impeach Trump JUST For Being Crazy
2. The Case For Impeaching Trump For Foreign Financial Ties, Nepotism & Making Money Off The Presidency Using A "Trust" In His Name
3. Trump's "Alternative Facts" Part 2: The Fall Of America
4. The Fall Of America 2: Explaining Trump Asking Comey For A Loyalty Oath As Trump's Inner African Dictator (GOP's "Loyalty Oaths" & Treasonous Tendencies Are Preventing Them From Impeaching Trump)
5. The Comey Firing Circus Begins - An Initial Overview Of Trumps FBI Scandal
What this post will show is that the case for Obstruction Of Justice is actually very strong. In fact, NOT seeking a special prosecutor under these circumstances IS Obstruction of Justice (as the DOJ wants to do... as they have probably sworn a loyalty oath to Trump... our entire government has been compromised!). In any case, Trump has changed his position on this issue so many times that its pretty clear that hes lying... as if the case wasn't strong enough.
Trump fires Comey – could it be obstruction of justice? MSNBC's Ari Melber gives a special report on why some say Donald Trump's firing of James Comey could lead to charges of the obstruction of justice. Former US Attorney Joyce Vance and Retired ATF Special Agent Jim Cavanaugh weigh in. Duration: 9:08
Clearly, Comey sped up the investigation and got fired (the case for obstruction of justice is solid)...
Lawrence: Subpoenas are nuclear weapons of political life Michael Flynn may have just had the worst day of his life, as the Senate Intel Committee issued a subpoena for his records relevant to the Russia probe. Plus, a new report Comey called Trump "crazy." John Heilemann, Joy Reid & Max Boot join Lawrence O'Donnell. Duration: 15:50
The right is arguing that the Democrats didn't like Comey and now are making a martyr out him (using standardized alternative facts)...
Kellyanne Conway: Democrats trashed Comey then made him a martyr
This completely misses the point about being able to have unintended, independent investigations in this nation which keeps us from being a dictatorship...
Financial crimes unit to help Trump-Russia investigation Rachel Maddow reports that with the Trump-Russia investigation expanding into Donald Trump's businesses, the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has agreed to share important information with investigators. Duration: 22:50
Clearly, what we have here is obstruction of justice.
Trump’s admission bolsters allegations of obstruction of justice
Trump seems to have basically been angry at Comey for not lying for him (which has alot of connotations);
Enough Was Enough’: How Festering Anger at Comey Ended in His Firing
WASHINGTON — By the end, neither of them thought much of the other. After President Trump accused his predecessor in March of wiretapping him, James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director, was flabbergasted. The president, Mr. Comey told associates, was “outside the realm of normal,” even “crazy.” For his part, Mr. Trump fumed when Mr. Comey publicly dismissed the sensational wiretapping claim. In the weeks that followed, he grew angrier and began talking about firing Mr. Comey. After stewing last weekend while watching Sunday talk shows at his New Jersey golf resort, Mr. Trump decided it was time. There was “something wrong with” Mr. Comey, he told aides.
Proofs of Obstruction of justice and thus we need a special prosecutor for democracy to survive;
Trump behavior toward Comey likely making his lawyers unhappy Bob Bauer, White House Counsel to President Obama, talks with Rachel Maddow about the legal issues at play in Donald Trump's firing of James Comey and his stated reasons for doing so with regard to the Trump-Russia investigation. Duration: 3:44
WH on Russia probe after Comey firing: It's time to move on When asked whether FBI Director Comey's firing will impact the Russia investigation, White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders answered "When are they gonna let that go?" Ken Dilanian and Ari Melber join Lawrence O'Donnell to weigh in. Duration: 4:54
Sen. Dick Durbin: ‘President Trump is dangerous’ The Illinois democrat says the White House ‘duped’ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein into writing ‘fictitious reason for the dismissal of Comey.’ Duration: 4:23
Joe on Lester Holt’s exclusive interview with Trump Joe Scarborough talks about the effects of President Trump speaking with FBI Director James Comey to get an update on his criminal investigation. Duration: 6:42
Trump’s pattern of deflection, distraction and denial Rep. Mike Quigley, D-Ill., discusses acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe’s testimony before the House Intelligence Committee. Duration: 2:27
Late night reacts to Comey firing Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Trevor Noah responded to President Trump's sudden dismissal of FBI Director James Comey.
Rep. Nadler: We're dealing with a serial liar Rep. Jerry Nadler says the circumstances surrounding President Trump's firing of James Comey make a strong case for obstruction of justice.
Colbert mocks Trump's termination letter "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" showed mock drafts of President Trump's termination letter to FBI Director James Comey.
CNN: Trump threatens Comey in Twitter outburst
Mike Pence gets caught making yet another bogus claim
Clapper: US institutions 'under assault' from Trump
The only other time a FBI director was fired President Clinton fired FBI Director William Sessions in July 1993, following an ethics investigation of the director that was launched under Clinton's predecessor, George H.W. Bush. Duration: 2:39
Joe’s tough message to Republicans Joe Scabrough talks about the firing of James Comey and warns Republicans, that "the President is subverting the U.S. constitution, ‘If you allow this to go unchecked, you will be swept aside in 2018.” Duration: 4:28
Joe: The fish rots from the head Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski discuss the ‘corruption and the lies that are entangling this White House and this president.’ Duration: 7:26