Author: Crissie Brown

Campus Question – July 21, 2017

Tonight’s question, greetings, and banter here. (More) Today Sean Spicer resigned as Outhouse Sewer Spewer as the God-King hired former hedge fund speculator Anthony Scaramucci as Outhouse Sewer Director. Also, the God-King’s top two personal lawyers have quit and Consigliore Numero Tre insisted the God-King is absolutely not weighing whether to pardon himself, his family, and his aides, but Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) has written to the Office of the Pardon Attorney to request that all presidential pardons be made public. And special counsel Robert Mueller notified the God-King to “preserve all documents relating to the June 2016 meeting...

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God-King vs. the Rule of Law

The God-King is preparing to wage war on the rule of law…. (More) “This is not in the context of, ‘I can’t wait to pardon myself’” The Washington Post reports that the God-King wants to undermine special counsel Robert Mueller, and may even pardon himself, his family, and his advisors: Some of President Trump’s lawyers are exploring ways to limit or undercut special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s Russia investigation, building a case against what they allege are his conflicts of interest and discussing the president’s authority to grant pardons, according to people familiar with the effort. Trump has...

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Campus Chatter – July 21, 2017

Today in history, greetings, and social banter here. (More) An arsonist destroyed the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, today (356 BCE). Also, 50,000 people died when a magnitude 8.0 earthquake on Crete triggered in Alexandria, Egypt (365), Qing Dynasty regent Dorgon ordered all Han Chinese men to shave their foreheads and braid their hair in the Manchu style (1645), the Ottoman Empire, Austria, and Venice signed the Treaty of Passarowitz (1718), Leopold I became Belgium’s first king (1831), Wild Bill Hickok killed Davis Tutt in Springfield, Missouri, in the first recorded...

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Campus Question – July 20, 2017

Tonight’s question, greetings, and banter here. (More) Today, after a New York Times interview where the God-King declared his family and businesses off-limits to special counsel Robert Mueller, Bloomberg’s Greg Farrell and Christian Berthelsen report that Mueller is investigating the God-King’s family and businesses. The initial probe includes a Russian money-laundering scheme that involved buying apartments in the God-King’s Manhattan buildings – an investigation begun by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, whom the God-King fired in March – as well as the God-King’s purchase of the Miss Universe pageant. Will the God-King try to fire Mueller to stop this investigation?...

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Campus Chatter – July 20, 2017

Today in history, greetings, and social banter here. (More) Edward I used a giant trebuchet called the Warwolf to capture Stirling Castle in Scotland, today (1304). Also, Pierre Gaultier de Varennes et de La Vérendrye reached the western shore of Lake Michigan (1738), Nicéphore Niépce received a patent for the world’s first internal combustion engine, his Pyréolophore (1807), citizens of Bogotá declared independence from Spain, now celebrated as Colombia’s Independence Day (1810), British Columbia joined the confederation of Canada (1871), the Football Association allowed English soccer clubs to pay professional players (1885), the Ford Motor Company shipped its first...

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