Skip to comments.'Karl Rove Indictment' Shuster Predicts Same for Scott Walker
Posted on 06/05/2012 3:14:18 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
David Shuster is predicting the imminent indictment of Karl Rove.
That was Shuster as an MSNBC host back in 2006. In his current incarnation on the no-rated Current TV he is predicting the possible indictment of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker. Despite making himself a laughingstock six years ago by projecting visions of Karl Rove being frogwalked across the White House lawn, Shuster now seems intent on delivering an encore performance.
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Guess he’ll be happy when Walker wins?
Speaking of Rove indictment I wonder what the Pittster up to these days?
Wouldn’t be too sure about the string.
Hopefully Walker is squeaky-clean. You know the Leftist smear machine is digging deep, for anything they can get on him. They’ve already proved they’ll make stuff up if they have to, counting on dim-witted voters to make the difference.
Anyone here remember him performing a card trick on Fox News during his last appearance there? Very strange.
If a show was aired, yet no one saw it on tv, does that mean it never was really broadcast?
See: Palin, Sarah
Oh crap, we have a can with a string attached in our backyard.
We should know when the polls close in four business hours...
Democrats like Shuster seem to lack any principles.
I’ve been unable to find it; but it did happen.
When these bottom dwellers leave one hole they gravitate right to the next one. If the Shyster is PO’d from the Walker spanking, he will probadly not make it through when obama gets trounced in November.
So WHAT happened? Details please.
Well, like they say, “You can indict a ham sandwich”. I wouldn’t put it past the commie piggies like Shyster to try it.
"predicting the possible indictment"? That's certainly not going too far out on a limb. Usually a person predicts that something will happen, and not just might happen. That would be like someone predicting that the Yankees might win the World Series this year.
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