Listen: FBI, President And Andrew Mccabe discussed on Mark Levin
"Missouri. You are lags significantly behind the United States and pharmaceutical investments and access to new drugs. Why it's called price controls at the same time. The US remains the world leader because we have rejected price controls. So we have significant investments in research and innovation that allows millions of Americans live healthier longer. More productive lives, including in Florida, Missouri. European citizens who live in countries with price controls. They're paying for it with their own health because they only have access to a fraction of the life saving treatments Americans have. That's what Bernie Sanders offers. And unfortunately, these Republicans. Now, the ignorance Bernie Sanders doesn't surprise me. He's a longtime red, but Senator Scott and hollie what's their excuse price controls, never work. And that's why I'm speaking out. Now. Got family to got my own health issues too. Price controls. Dangerous. And who's going to set the prices politicians? Bureaucrats come on, folks. We know this is nonsense. Get the facts, go to true healthcare, facts dot com. That's true healthcare, facts dot com. True healthcare, facts dot com. Several waiting for Moses. I mean, we're waiting for the the report to be delivered from Mount Sinai. I mean from the Justice department because you know, ladies and gentlemen, Muller who none of you really know anything about. His prosecutors who none of you really know anything about including me. The forty or so FBI agents who worked on this. None of us know who they are. Because they're more noble than anybody else. You see they didn't have a political bone in their body. And they are not advocates as prosecutors are. No, not these prosecutors, they're special like judges and juries. Very objective. Now, that's simply not true, folks. Why is it that this report whatever it says? Is the. Is the new ten commandments? If you the two tablets. Mark. What if it's very helpful to the president? I don't care the president didn't collude. He didn't obstruct. He didn't do anything wrong. If that affirms at great, but what a waste of money. What a waste of money. Now, I mentioned weeks and weeks and weeks ago, and it's been repeated which is this. Muller had to know fairly early on. That there was no collusion. And at that point. He should have shut down investigation. It's six eight months time. Maybe ten months time. He should have shut it that. But no. He didn't any what? Then the president's enemies in the media in congress and elsewhere said that the president of the United States is going to fire Muller. So that Mellon needs to be protected, but the president didn't fire Muller. None of the things that they said happened. None of them. Virtually everything I said happened. Surveilling? Trump's campaign surveilling. The president elect. The soft coup phrase. I reintroduced into their nations vocabulary it's been picked up. That's fine. We want that to happen. And of course, as I continue to say now, we have the Democrats in the house of representatives. Pulling an old democrat sleazy trick using the Internal Revenue Service to try and get their political opponents as you'll read in my book on freedom of the press. FDR did a lot of presidents, but in particular FDR, did it. Kennedy. Did it Johnson? Did it Nixon did it? But Kennedy and Johnson did it more than anybody else. The question about it. FDR paved the way he was a real SOB. I'll just tell you rounding up Japanese Americans. Basically encouraging the press not to say anything about the holocaust, and they happily went along. Destroying industries, destroying newspapers newspaper men that he didn't agree with and women. Now, we have electron surveillance that is spying that took place in this country. The media seem concerned about this to you. The media seem concerned. No not in. The least fact they're very defensive. In fact, they defend the spies and their bosses. They defend Komi and McCabe and Baker and stroke and page. They defend them. And when you raise questions about them, they accuse you of attacking the FBI, isn't that clever? Those of us who support law enforcement. We're the ones that tacking law enforcement. No, we're not as I said on Hannity and now again, it's it's it's out there. These are bad cops. These are bad cops. I try and use language where the common liberal might even comprehend. What I'm trying to say what I'm trying to get. Maybe maybe that that fifteen watt light bulb. Go off now. Wait a minute. Well, anything there? There's a powerful piece in the hill newspaper. By gentlemen, who has some. Credentials. Kevin are Brock former assistant director of intelligence for the Federal Bureau of investigation. He was FBI special agent for twenty four years. He was principal deputy director of the national counterterrorism center. He's a founder principal of new streak global solutions. This guy's a big deal. He's not one of these these slobs. They drag on the CNN and MS LSD. Who just burp up all kinds of stupidity or some professor just racism all the time. Has this fantastic piece, and they whole newspaper says attorney general William bar. Who says he quote, either leave the government spied on Trump campaign? Now, we're gonna townie says where semantic directness is simply not practice among the political Pharisees and their pilot fish in the media beautifully put who seek to preserve a certain order by off who skating true intent love that wine, which I thought of it his use of the word spy that is bars. Was as blunt as every as his every man face. It's stinging counter tation was violent was validated in direct proportion to the contrived. Outrage of opposition politicians and cable news manikins flopping to the ground and clutching their knees. Like European soccer players. This guy has a good knack for the turn of word. If you weeks ago, disgraced former FBI director, Andrew McCabe. Stated he believed President Trump. Was an agent of the Russian government. That is a spy his assertion was met with somber nodding and little if any pushback he made this incredible statement without according to bar summary. The mullahs report possessing any evidence that it was true. He was however in the middle of book door raising cash on go fund me website because according to him he was in desperate need money since the president cut short some of his retirement benefits. By the way, you can remember some Republicans objected. Have Marco Rubio was particularly. Vociferous? I don't get it is anguish can be seen as he drives around his Tony neighborhood and his luxury car thank you for your contributions to this destitute in victimized, man. Mckay's fellow traveller in the empty collusion investigation. They cooked up. This was a top FBI guy fired. Former FBI director James Comey was quick to seize another opportunity. Tomorrow is to a camera the day after AG bar used the s word. I don't know what the heck he's talking about. That's all I can say apparently was not all Komi could say since he added when I hear that kind of language used its concerned because the department of Justice conduct court ordered electronic surveillance and having quite a bit to say he kept talking. I've never thought of that a spine Comey was anxious to echo the narrative advanced by those in opposition to the president. That court ordered electric surveillance is somehow different or less tasteful, the untidy morally fluid concept of spying. He can seek to take shelter in the softer surveillance word, but here's what he McCabe unleashed on an American citizen involved on the outskirts of presidential campaign, a foreign intelligence surveillance act quarter at electric surveillance allows the FBI leeway to intercept more than telephone and computer communications and allows the clandestine microphone and camera. Capture of the target at all times, and in all places, even the most intimate of daily life. It is more intrusive than even a title three criminal wiretap of drug dealer or a mob, boss. Funny. How the media missed all this. So in a way commes right Feis accord at electric surveillance is different than spine. It is the Pitta me of government power over an individual's privacy. It is the nuclear option in the world of intelligence collection. And it is indeed used appropriately against far nationals actively spying on US interests. And yes, even US citizens world security clearances and possess. National security information and demonstrate a willingness to turn over such information to another country. However, a Faisal order until now has never been used by FBI director, and deputy director to intercept an individual would know clearances and no obvious access to sensitive information. But who happens to be involved in a presidential campaign? One would think then that Komi McCabe would've made darn sure that the reasons provided to the Feis accord to intercept Trump campaign advisor Carter page would be incredibly compelling and build on a solid foundation of facts instead by their own admission. They relied mostly on a Russian influence Doshi the source and funding of which they did not fully disclose to the court a dossier that comb self-described a salacious and unverified. And yet he still signed off on several renewals of the intrusive interception of page and incredibly on the day was fired Comey maintained he stood in. No if there was anything to the collusion investigation. He initiated between the Trump campaign and Russia. The silly semantical jousting over spy versus surveillance distraction, the real concern among the collusion. Est is that a bar has launched his own review into the origins of Komi and mccabe's investigation of the Trump campaign, this is entirely appropriate. Given the suggestions that they acted improperly with political bias and the thinnest of information such a review could lead to some extremely uncomfortable days for those who have favored leveraging the powerful authorities of government for the benefit of one political party over another Mr. bar added one other very important point. He stated he wasn't launching an investigation of the FBI per se. But he said, I think there was probably a failure among group of leaders there at the upper echelon Justice blunt, but perhaps the understatement of the year. Kevin Brock former assistant director of intelligence for the FBI. And he was there. Twenty four years. I'll be right back. Radio dot com station. Imagining"