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Alan Dershowitz, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton discussed on Opening Arguments

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Going. This is exactly what I said. He wasn't right. So that was a, that was a deliberate lie of omission and and so in doing so, right, you were left with a neutral sounding article that said they violated Coen's constitutional rights and that was nonsense right? We we went through of those initial three hundred thousand documents, less than a hundred were even arguably privileged, right. And most of those were communications between Cohen and his lawyer not between Cohen and his clients, right. The the actual number was like a dozen between Cohen and any of his clients and out of three hundred thousand right that clearly does not rise too. So you know. So you have that. You've got this statement. It's tough to say Dershowitz is lying. What you can say is he's carrying water saying something that gives a misleading impression. It's tough dependent down so far with this slippery, you know, he's he's being misleading but has gone. Other than that are you? Are we just calling misleading now. I am what I want to use right as so for folks who are listening to the show, who maybe don't agree with us politically or you want to share this around or their folks that are still falling for the lie that Alan Dershowitz himself is is perpetrating in public, which is why I'm a liberal. I voted for Hillary Clinton and you know, I'm not carrying water for Donald Trump. Unav- fifth, twenty seventeen and a link in the show notes. He tweeted out Alan Dershowitz tweeted out quote, what statute criminalizes collusion would not be a crime for Trump to collude with Russia or Clinton with DNC, stop accusing each other of crimes. That's an indefensible lying tweet, right? Collusion isn't a crime in the same way that disembowelment isn't a crime credit to that goes to listener. Yours. Bogor's poop sent that out on Twitter, right? Like collusion is. Is a crime because conspiracy is a crime. We've mentioned this over and over again on the show. And in fact, we've linked even recently articles from our buddy Randell Aisin explain it is crystal clear anybody who is a practicing attorney who says collusion isn't a crime is either terrible, terrible lawyer or is deliberately dissembling and Alan Dershowitz is not a terrible lawyer. He knows that he is lying four Donald Trump in in in releasing that tweet. And so that's kinda was was the Genesis for doing this bit. I love by the way the the, the quivalent they're the kind of, oh, whether or not Trump colluded with a hostile, foreign government or Clinton with the DNC. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Has anyone been worried about whether or not Trump and the Aren see have been, you know, like the idea that those are two equal things anyway. Hey, you're right to point up. The false quiver be. It's worse than that because that is a right wing Fox News.