Listen: Democrats, Nez Muller And President Trump discussed on Sean Hannity
"Portions of it anyway, because it's really powerful, if you're really paying attention to this, and I don't think it's getting the attention attention, frankly it deserves in the media. So just want you to hear this right from Devon Nunez, himself, who really did an incredible job Erie are more than two years since Democrats from this committee, publicly claim to have more than circumstantial evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russians to hack the two thousand sixteen election and more than two years since they read false allegations from the Steele dossier into the congressional record at an open hearing of this committee after that the American people were subjected to endless hysteria by the media Democrats, and anonymous intelligence leakers, seemingly, every day, the media triumphantly published a suppose bombshell story often based on classified documents. The reporters had not actually seen which purportedly proved that President Trump or some Trump associate was a treacherous Russian agent, Democrats on this committee regularly joined the news pundits, and denouncing the traders eventually, the Democrats became convinced that the Mola report would finally rid them of their sinister president who had the data to defeat Hillary Clinton. The entire scheme has now imploded. And the collusion accusation has become exposed as a hoax. One would think the Democrats would simply apologize and get back to lawmaking and oversight, but it's clear. They couldn't stop this spectacle, even if they wanted to after years of false accusations mccarthyite smears the collusion hoax. Now, defines the Democratic Party. The hoax is what they haven't place a governing philosophy and a or a constructive vision for our country. The Democrats assembled us today to analyze the shoddy political hit piece known as the mullahs report. It's written in the same spirit, and with the same purpose as the Steele dossier, which was once championed by Democrats on this committee. But which they rarely mentioned after it was exposed as yet another democrat created hoax. Unfortunately, for the Democrats the Muller, dossier, as I call it either debunked many of their favourite conspiracy theories, or did not even find them worth discussing these include Muller's, finding that Michael Cohen, did not travel to Prague to conspire with the Russians, no evidence that Carter page conspired with Russians no mention of Paul Manafort, visiting Julian Assange in London. No mention of secret communications between the Trump Tower computer server and Russia's Alfa Bank. And no mention of former NRA lawyer Cleveland Mitchell, or supposed- knowledge of a scheme to launder Russian money through the NRA for the Trump campaign insinuation that Mitchell originated, these insinuations against Mitchell originated with fusion GPS chief Glenn Simpson. And where I made public in a document published by Democrats on this committee, the real purpose of the Muller, dossier, however, was to help Democrats impeach the president and absence of any evidence of collusion. Thus the report includes a long litany of ordinary contacts between Trump associates and Russians as if a certain number of context indicated conspiracy. Even if no conversations actually created, or even discussed a conspiracy excerpts from an Email from Trump attorney John Dowd that the Muller team selectively edited to make it seem threatening in various, no comment on the close relationship between democrat operatives at fusion GPS and multiple Russians who participated in the June ninth two thousand sixteen meeting at Trump Tower. In fact, no mention or comment on fusion GPS at all. No useful information on figures who played key roles in the investigation, such as Josef Mifsud a multi diplomat. Or the Australian diplomat Alexander Downer or the democrat paid operative. Former spy Christopher Steele. No useful information about the mini irregularities that marred the FBI's Russia investigation. Right hour two Sean Hannity show. Glad you're with us. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program, now that was from the house hearings, and yes, devenue, nez Muller dossier, debunked, many Democrats and their conspiracy theories. And of course. Except for the crazy Democrats, Andy McCarthy has really did an incredible job with two combs that he's written recently won about the Steele dossier, and number two the lessons of the Muller, probe. Any joins us now for details on all of this and is ser Mayes eight critical points for the committee and I'll let you go through them. But I think it's important that we do it step by step because there's a lot to learn here, especially now with everything bar dorm, what we expect from the inspector general and, and others about where we're headed in all of this. The New York Times story yesterday about the CIA going in now they're going to be questioned. What, what, what do what are we learned to this point? There's a big difference between what we've learned and what you observe when you're in one of these committee rooms as I was in yesterday. There's this sort of like this life that the Muller report, and the broader Russia gate probe have in real life where you can actually sit down and read what the report says, and I say that thinking that there's a number of problems with report, as well. But at least you know, you can sit down and read it you wanted to in a linear way where they're trying to go with their evidence. I look forward to engaging with the committee, I'd make a few general points to start about volume. One of the report it draws three principal conclusions. I the Putin regime perceived advantage in a Trump victory, and conducted its its operations accordingly. Second. There is evidence that the Trump campaign hoped to benefit from the publication of negative information about the opponent and third, there is no evidence of a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian regime the first of these who findings of more in the nature of political assertions than prosecutorial findings, if there is insufficient evidence that a conspiratorial enterprise existed. A prosecutor has no business speculating on the motives in a politically provocative manner. Moreover, I do not believe the assertion is borne out by the evidence. The report shows that agents of Putin's regime express support for Trump's candidacy that is entirely consistent with a motivation to incite divisions, and dissent in the body politic of free western nations, which is Roche Russia's throughout the world. Russia's goal is to destabilize western governments, which advantages the Kremlin by making it more difficult for those governments to pursue their interests in the world. Putin tends to back the candidates he believes will lose on the theory that an alienated losing faction will make it harder for the winning faction to govern Putin is all about Russia's interests, which is destabilization. It's it is a mistake. I respectfully submit to the committee to allow him to divide us by portraying him as on one side or the other side. He's against all of us when you're in one of these hearing rooms, however, it's a very different version of the mullahs report. Then what you have written in the mall report. At least that was my experience yesterday with this committee. So what ends up happening is in the four corners of this committee room, the collusion conspiracy, even the allegation that Trump was in cahoots with the Kremlin is alive, and well, and they are pursuing it just it's a live issue. And I- detected I tried to call them on a couple of times during the hearing. But the way that they do this is they take vast liberties with some of the evidence that Muller found, and then well, let me give you a concrete example. You know, this guy Constantine Kalinic, for example, who we've now learned in. Recent days is actually a informants of the State Department, and there was there's been some reporting about that. That goes back a good bit of time. But now we have more solid reporting on it. I think from John Solomon, if I'm remembering right? So, you know, his connection to Russian intelligence goes back twenty years at a time when everybody we dealt with in Russia had some kind of connection or another to the Russian government or the Russian intelligence services. That's what happened after the Soviet Union fell for ten or eleven years. This guy worked for the Senator John McCain controlled International Republican Institute, where everybody knew that he had ties to the Russian military intelligence service, the State Department took him in as a source of information with everybody knowing that, but yet because he gets hired by Manafort and years, and years later, Manafort gets hired. In connection with the Trump campaign, suddenly, this guy Kalinic is alive Russian agent. So while I was sitting there yesterday, the Democrats were asking my co colleagues on the panel and dependable. Were responding as queued, you know, about how Kalinic is this dark Russian Kremlin operative and he's tasking men afford to various things for the Russian regime in connection with the Trump campaign. And I finally after my head started to explode after a while, I said, you know, don't you guys think that you ought to you're, you're missing a step here. Like, don't we need to prove the Kalinic's a Russian agent before we go off on this extravagant tangent? And don't you think that if there was real evidence that Kalinic actually was the Russian agent that the mullahs report would have come out much differently than it? Did I am listening to Andy and I and I've been listening to shorts and, and debit newness, who he played at the beginning of this segment? And I went through it and a lot of detail yesterday on the program, and I'm going to go through some of the findings as we, we really need to take this down and really take it apart. The answer is yes. Yes, the obvious question too, is if you have time for taxi medallions and Farah violations and loan applications and back taxes. I'm not saying that those issues are not important. And I think everybody should pay their taxes, and you can't lie on a loan application. It's stupid. It's also against the law. We know Farah violations were were prosecuted few and far between but. How do you miss the dossier? How if you're really with the broad mandate that Muller had, if he could spread out to Farah and taxi medallions hat, is he not even touch the dossier Sean, you know, the dossier is just amazing. Because in that hearing room that dossier does not exist. Chairmanship, who is. I must say he was he was very gracious to me, and I appreciated it during the hearing. It was a very civil exchange. But I was asked any number of times, what conclusion in Muller's report relies on the scale dossier, and of course Muller, does it rely on the field. I'm like, okay guys, you're right. There's nothing about the Steele dossier in their number one. That's kind of a problem, isn't it because that was, what got all this rolling, and number two, you'll also notice what's not in the mullahs report is any allegation. That was a Trump Russia conspiracy, which is why he didn't rely on the on the Steele dossier. But in that hearing, Sean, we went onto three hours. It was like the steel dossier didn't exist. And my co panelists who were called by the committee majority, and they are they're very fine. Former FBI officials in in. Chatter intelligence. I don't I'm not trying to cast aspersions at them, but they were asked everybody on the panel was asked have you read the Steele dossier? And they both said, no. Like, why would you need to read the? How could you not read it? I mean when you do read it. You realize how absurd on its surface. It is. All right. Stay right there. Andy McCarthy is with us national review to great columns by his as we really now begin to dig down deep and the new developments we have with the Justice department seeking a question, CIA officers, which is part of it. And of course, the DOJ letter to Nadler, which we've been discussing for days, we'll get to all of this, and more anyway, summer's almost here and finally heating up all across the country. Thank goodness. But we love the sunshine, but sometimes."