23 Burst results for "Andy Mccarthy"
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You support the funding the police You have tested positive for stupid Feel free to call a criminal column. Meth head The next time you get in trouble, they don't get up every day going to work, hoping they can hurt. Somebody know stuff him get up every day. And go to work and hope hope they can themselves come back home life. Yeah, you caught. You have tested positive for stupid. Andy McCarthy, former DOJ The goal isn't to defund the police but to remake the police in the progressive image. Yeah, I think that the fund the polices the shiny object, Dana, they're not going to defund the police. No one's going to defund the police. But the atmosphere that this creates of the this idea that the police of wrong the police, they're evil. The police are the problem. The villain is what's In place in order to stoke what's actually happening, which is the Justice Department comes slip streaming behind these racially charged incidents and opens what they call a pattern or practice investigation. Because no municipality in America has the resources to go toe to toe with the Justice Department's $13 billion budget. What ends up happening is these municipalities have to sign consent decrees where they agreed to remake the police in the progressive image. They agreed to court monitoring, usually federal monitoring by the Justice Department or the equivalent of it, But that's the what that's what the game is here. The game is to create a situation where the feds can come in and completely remake policing in America, and it's going to be along the lines of the 19 seventies model that gave us high crime. Not the 19 nineties model that gave us record low crowd and we've seen this. Yeah, the pendulum swings. We're going to go back to that kind of that Warren Court era where the police are always wrong. Sadly, your trainer, the rudest.
The evolving US justification for killing Iran's top general
"We begin with a pressing issue in the debate circuits in the presidential campaigns on television about the targeted killing of so the money the head of the snake because I'm so the money the leader of the opcodes for is a bad actor for at least a decade leading attacks on Americans and thousands of Iraqis and a map and Syrians and Iranians and just generally it a threat to civilization Andy McCarthy has a column at the National Review online turning over and over this debate is turning on the word eminence and they're very good evening to you at some point you become exhausted with these arguments that still amante and his death are not necessarily the best thing for the United States you become exhausted within it said what matter in minutes anyway the man was a bad actor and we're he's better off trading stories with Hades Danny is on walking on the planet earth how did we get wrapped up in in minutes and a good evening to you good evening John well I I think it's the never ending attempt to try to judicial lies warfare which we see in in various different iterations over time from anti war people and that we should all be anti war and in the sensible sense but I'm I'm talking about the the the sort of standard position which is often mutates into an anti American position under the laws of war it doesn't matter if an attack is imminent or not if you're dealing with a combatant commander under circumstances where a factor so an enemy of the United States is attacking the United States or it's disabilities throughout the world it's been the law of nations since before there was a United States that you have a right to self defense if you need a citation to legal authority as some people do the the price cases going back to the civil war hold the proposition that when there is a threat to the United States so where war is being prosecuted against the United States and there are invasions and attacks the president not only has the authority the president has the obligation to take whatever action is necessary to repel the frat so we're talking about the circumstance here where you have a regime that for forty years has not just rhetorically but in fact in Sittard itself at war with the United States has conducted numerous attacks has been the backbone of jihadist networks that engage in anti American terrorism in that region and globally and that has killed hundreds of Americans including eleven attacks in just the last few weeks so it seems pretty obvious to me that he was a righteous target and the reason I I took the time to write the column is it seems to me that in the mid nineteen nineties when we were reacting to the inadequacies of our criminal law in connection with terrorism the the impulse of the two parties was to pull together and we write our terrorism laws so that you didn't have to quibble over whether plots against the United States had reached an imminent stage the whole idea of all law was to prevent attacks are getting to an eminent stage because that's when they can careen out of control and people get killed so we changed our law so that we could not only snuff terrorist plots out in their infancy but actually prevent terrorist organizations and their state sponsors from from obtaining assets and personnel and weaponry and funds and and my life so it's just a remarkable transfer to a transformation in a quarter century that we go from the sensible view that we have to do everything we can to stop terrorist attacks from happening to this point in our crazy time where we have the worst terrorist on the planet who's in the throes of conducting anti American attacks and the first for whatever reason the president's opposition has decided that this is something that they want to plant their flag on in terms of opposition status quiet isn't quite the case what you're seeing on the left is really a political talking points it isn't legal is in policy it's just a partisan gain because when you think about it the argument about the imminent to Mr bachelor wrapped his are trying to say the Iran deal was working a ran was behaving and that even though the terrorism was not part of that agreement that stole money and the rest of them were not posing an imminent threat to the United States but that's completely and utterly all so when they come across using the word imminent they're actually denying the reality of what soul money in that regime were doing our yeah they all right there were a lot of an attack in November and December on American bases in and around Baghdad and the American embassy in Baghdad was a flame just about two days before the the operation on salon money if I remember in the the timeline correctly so you know the idea that this guy wasn't orchestrating attacks and that we didn't have every reason to believe that there would be more whether they were going to be imminent or not is this just
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Andy McCarthy says that ship is gonna dress this up and exaggerated and take liberties life he has been all along because ships going to be confident that nobody is going to go do a side by side compatibility what is on the list to the drive bys will not go measure what ship says in his report against the testimony that in the package of pages released so essentially this whole resolution to make everything public is nothing but a trick then able to write a report characterizing what went on in there which will then replace the actual evidence of the multiple pages of testimony no different given example Schiff while conducting a public hearing said that the president called the president of Ukraine and told him nine times to dig up and make up dirt on Joe Biden and don't get back to me until you do not get back to me and until you have it you're not getting a dime's worth the money right now all of that was made up trump never sent it what she did it took thirty minutes for a Republican on the committee to call ship out and that only happened because that member got a letter an email from a constituent was livid that not a single Republican objected to spoke up when she was lying through his teeth about what trump and said well I'm telling you that this report Schiff is going to write is going to contain similar kinds of exaggerations that will require somebody reading a few days later and popping up this didn't happen in our committee this testimony was by then it'll be too late you know exact that's what MD is telling her we get ready for more lying more mis characterization it's the next phase of nothing they literally have nothing is all America's all rush.
Ignore the hype — this is not an impeachment inquiry
"New Developments arise in the connection between the trump whistleblower and house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff the State Department inspector general opens another mess and president from goes off in front of the head head of Finland. I'm Ben Shapiro. This is the Ben Shapiro show. I mean I do have to say you have to feel a little bit bad for the foreign leaders who sit there while president trump goes because man when president trump does these press conferences and goes off on the press and then goes off on the Democrats Democrats and you are like the president of Finland the Prime Minister of inland and you're sitting there looking like you just cannot wait to get out and Jim from the office. It's pretty it's pretty spectacular. Alerts stuff well a lot breaking in the news. I I think that it's important to make a note that Andrew McCarthy makes today over at the hill he of course is illegal correspondent for National Review and he gives them important Gordon information about the background of this whole impeachment inquiry and that is that so far it is basically Kabuki theatre meaning. It's not an official impeachment inquiry for all the talk about impeachment inquiry and we're supposed to put all of our focus into impeachment. Nothing has actually fundamentally changed. Here's what Andy McCarthy writes today. He says there is no impeachment pitchman inquiry. There are no subpoenas. You're not to be faulted if you think a formal inquest is underway and the legal process has been issued the misimpressions completely understandable if you've been taking in media coverage in in particular reporting on a Haughty September twenty seven th letter from House Democrats presuming to direct Secretary of State Mike pompeo on pain of citation for obstruction to cooperate in their demands to should oppose State Department officials and review various records. The letter is signed by not one but three committee chairman. Remember your elementary math. Oh Zero is still zero even when multiplied by three what what is portrayed as an impeachment inquiry is actually just a made for cable TV political soap opera. The House of Representatives is not conducting formal impeachment inquiry to the contrary Sandy McCarthy Congressional Democrats are conducting the twenty political campaign. The House has not voted as a body to authorize an impeachment inquiry while we have here are partisan theatrics preceding under the Ipse Dixit of Speaker Nancy Pelosi raises the profile but not the legitimacy of the same impeachment inquiry and they're no subpoenas a secretary pompeo observed in his fittingly tart heart response on Tuesday what the committee chairman issue was merely a letter. It's huffing and puffing. Not withstanding the letter is nothing more than an informal request for voluntary cooperation. Legally it has no compulsive the power if anything it is rife with legal deficiencies and McCarthy is pointing out here that all the talk of impeachment inquiry Democrats have actually utilized the power that they have in Congress in order to subpoena members of the executive branch why will because then get litigated in the courts because that's the way this stuff works you subpoena somebody in the White House. The White House has no and then it ends up in court and the court. Hashes it out but that leads to delay instead what the Democrats are doing is they are issuing fake subpoenas basically request for people to show up. If the White House says hold up a second they then accused the White House of obstruction. This appears to be manufactured. I mentioned this yesterday. The Democrats are now using a wide variety of theories in order to justify their push for impeachment as it turns out that the quid pro quo arrangement supposedly evident from the trump Ukrainian presidents Lewinsky's phone call falls apart as it turns out that allegation doesn't make any sense in the absence of any information that Ukrainian leadership believed that the president was withholding military aid as that becomes clear the Democrats are now shifting the narrative on impeachment. Maybe the impeachment is not about pro after all. Maybe it's about President Trump mouthing off. Maybe it's about President trump yelling at the whistle blower. Maybe it's about obstruction of justice well. What if if the Democrats basically boxed themselves in here what of Nancy Pelosi went off half cocked because she believed that it was important to get her base on board because she couldn't hold them back any longer because Nancy Pelosi isn't actually in control of this process. Remember earlier this year. Nancy Pelosi tried to take out the squad earlier this year. Nancy Pelosi tried to marginalize the radicals in her base and president trump basically prohibited her from doing that by attacking the radicals in her pace forcing her to rally around them well that meant the Nancy Pelosi is now subject to their whims and that means ironically the president trump unifying Nancy Pelosi with the radicals in her base led to this fo impeachment inquiry was anti McCarthy writes standing committees. He's do have subpoena power so why not use it well because subpoenas get litigated in court when the people or agencies on the receiving end object. Democrats want to have an impeachment show inquiry on on television they don't want to defend its Bona Fides in court and they certainly don't want to defend their letter threatening obstruction the Democrats media grabs note the chairman's admonition that any failure by pompeo Oh to comply shall quote constitute evidence of obstruction of the houses impeachment inquiry what a Crock as McCarthy points out in criminal proceedings prosecutors constantly demand information and defense presumptively resists and then ends up in court he says Congressional Democrats know all of this. Many of them are lawyers. They're issuing partisan letters. That pose was legally offensive threats rather than subpoenas because this is a show not impeachment inquiry subpoenas that don't require chest-beating obstruction. Everyone knows their compulsory but everyone also knows. They may be held up in court so what this really looks like. Overall is the Democrats basically trying to drum up something something upon which they can get trump in the public doc mind and that became an eminently clear when it became clear that the whistle blower in this particular case was probably coordinated with Adam Shifts office before the whistleblower complaint was even elevated to the level of the Inspector General of the intelligence community.
Comey violated FBI policies in handling of memos
"Catherine Herridge our chief intelligence correspondent fox news joins me in studio Catherine some very major news today breaking from the inspector general at the DOJ involving the fired FBI director James calmly and his handling of some classified and other materials tell us what we're learning well first of all guy it's not every day that the inspector general investigates a former FBI director because they're held to the highest standard because they set the tone for thirty five thousand F. B. I. government employees and what the inspector general found is that director call me violated F. B. I. policy violated his F. B. I. employment agreement and took matters into his own hands when he removed seven government memos documenting his private conversations with the president in order to achieve his own personal agenda which was the kick starting of the special counsel investigation an inspector general Michael E. Horowitz use the word dangerous example being set by director call me so this was misconduct and that is laid out over the course of dozens of pages and you use the phrase personal agenda that's not your editorializing at all although I think it's true it was actually written by the inspector general those words about coming that's right that he took the memos he shared them outside the bureau not only with his legal team who was who was not authorized to receive this information but also a New York times reporter and it was to pursue this personal agenda to kickstart a special counsel investigation and what's important if we just back up a little bit is that this is the same accusation which is made against his former deputy Andrew McCabe that he lied information about the existence of the Clinton foundation investigation in the fall of twenty sixteen to benefit himself personally to make it look like he was objective that he wasn't somehow beholden to the Democrats because of money his wife had received for state race in Virginia so McCabe we might circle back to him because there's a chance he might get prosecutor we had Andy McCarthy on the show yesterday talking about potential indictments coming down the pike for McCabe that will not be the case for calling me right so they outlined all of the abuses or example he's got you know he colored outside the lines of established FBI procedure and he's a leaker that's the other thing that the report found yes and that's important because part of his job as the chief law enforcement investigator for the nation is to prevent leaking and to track down leakers and when you look at the record today by the inspector general and you look at his FBI interview which was recently obtained by judicial watch you don't see the picture of an individual whose candid and forthcoming you see someone who is spinning information to their benefit and yes there will not be a prosecution in this case call me is sort of try to take a victory lap which is almost astonishing on Twitter quoting one part of the IG report he said the I. G. found no evidence that call me or his attorneys released any of the classified information contained in any of the memos to members of the media then he went on to say I don't need a public apology from those who defamed me but a quick message sorry lied about you would be nice that is from call me of course he is omitting all of the damning stuff in the report but he will not be prosecuted that's correct the justice department has declined to prosecute in this particular case the IG report is eighty three pages long it really is a laundry list of actions by the former director that went against all of the policies and the procedures that he was meant to uphold and he is correct he did not leak a memo to the media that a classified information what the document shows is that he shared memos one with classified information with his lawyers and he did that using a personal scanner and a personal on security email account and on its face that starts to check the boxes for something called eighteen U. S. C. seven ninety three south which is the gross negligence statute for mishandling classified information and if that rings a bell that was the same statute that they investigated Hillary Clinton for violating with her use of a personal server and her violations I think just objectively were far more numerous and far more serious on that front and call me is I mean she was sharing through that leg server other was taught was secret was top secret but the law doesn't you in this particular case what I've heard from former agents is they they know that he was fired very publicly and he was shamed publicly I mean this report does that but then they say there's no carve out in the law for getting fired and being shamed which allows you to escape prosecution and this is what is say unsettling to people because so far we had a handful of FBI executives who violated ethics rules by accepting gifts from journalists they have this led investigators they call it lack of candor or they have released information to reporters which was non public I think in one case it was under seal and none of these people have been prosecuted and there's kind of a joke that circulates in Washington they say maybe there are three tiers of justice there's justice for the average person there's justice for the powerful and connected and then there's the department of it just us to give a pass to F. B. I. N. DOJ people who are coloring outside the lines Catherine last question and I think it's important for the broader contacted by the way folks at home can hear her phone blowing up she is the chief intelligence correspondent she's getting info all the time so she's one of the few people that we allow to have our phones on here in the studio because she could have a breaking news group as soon as she walked out of the studio Catherine some people hearing okay cold the memos leaking you know Russia trump all of that is this the long awaited inspector general that distinction for the inspector general Michael E. Horowitz has had several investigations running in parallel one has been focused really on the actions of the FBI director and the handling of these memos that's what we got right now but the awaited reports deal with Faiza abuso alleged surveillance abuse and targeting of the trump campaign that's really kind of the mother lode in the situation and I believe there's going to be an additional investigation which looks at leaking whether this was a culture within the F. B. I.'s also from the IGS under director call me and then the the violation of ethics rules so accepting gifts from sources or from journalists there's also yet another investigation into this correct issue sat ordered by the Attorney General John Jerome is running at do you have any sense from your sources on the time line of when we might start to see some of these other investigations wrap up and go public with the conventional wisdom was that we would get the call me investigation first which is what's happened this week and it would be the precursor to any big findings on the FISA investigation I think what you the folks at home have to I would not be surprised if some of the files investigation is redacted in part because the US attorney in Connecticut is still pursuing these issues and there may be information they don't want out in the public to me but is the term investigation and possible criminal prosecution which would be the one that's most concerning to some of these
Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?
"If there is a thing to be climbed some people will want to climate as George Mallory said of Mount Everest because it's there it's pretty much the human condition and it is not altogether yeah the discreditable U._S.. President John F. Kennedy was correct in his famous Rice University speech nine hundred sixty two to cite malary's existential quip as an articulation of the impulse which fifty years ago this week marched Apollo eleven towards the mood we choose to go to the Moan and this decay and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are none of which means however there is never a case for discretion indeed mallory himself might have wished takes a sized more of it shortly before perishing on Everest's upper slopes in nineteen twenty four in Australia. Such choices are about to be removed from visitors to Ullah Rue the mighty scarlet sandstone lump that sits at Australia's earliest heart climbing larue is to be banned before now climbing larue has been mealy disapproved of the rock is sacred to its traditional landowners the non Ngu people of Australia's. Northern Territory signs at Larue and page on the website of the Laura Carta Tutor National Park have patiently explained why the unknown Goo would prefer that visitors admire the rock from a distance. This is sacred site so they ask us it is not merely Larousse spiritual significance in and of itself that climates trampling-upon as the anger see it. It's a burden upon them when misfortune befalls visited to their land and such events are not uncommon to climb uluru is to ascend something three hundred forty eight meters toll in daytime temperatures often exceeding forty degrees Celsius at least thirty seven people have died on larue hundreds hundreds have been injured all of which is to say nothing of the erosion of the rock by millions of boot souls and the damage done to the surrounding environment by the dropping of rubbish and the inevitable consequences of the lack of plumbing generally associated associated with prehistoric monoliths. Most visitors have taken the hint much as courteous travelers cover the heads before approaching the western ball in Jerusalem and dress with appropriate modesty for other places of worship. The lucado Juta National Park authorities had long said they'd pull the plug entirely when the proportion of visitors who climbed dropped below twenty percent by one recent count fewer than fifteen percent of visitors to hula route. Were climbing it case. You would think closed except that certain sections of Australian public life increasingly displayed depressing tendencies towards the American habit of turning running every damn thing into a melodramatic new front in the culture war a conflict waged in Australia as in the U._S.. More or less exclusively in the imaginations of a few noisy and tedious crackpots and Yahoos onto this battlefield has stepped inevitably federal senator and indefatigable nitwits Pauline Hanson. I can't say the cultural sensitivity when people have been climbing the rock always use now I just doc. I don't get it in Senator Hanson's decades in politics. She has never seen stick. She was unable to grasp the wrong end of and her claim that closing Oulu Ruta climates is akin to closing Bondi beach. Two swimmers is an exercise in missing using the point formidable even by her rarefied standards Hanson's argument only merits consideration at all to the extent did it will as she is. Well aware turn a non issue into an issue which is the only thing thinks she's ever been good at one of Hanson's fellow Senators Mall Andy McCarthy a young woman from Baramula in the Northern Territory has sportingly offered to take Hanson to Larue and explain its significance but she should spare herself the company. In the trip we need to have constructive debate in this country very well informed bite and unto Senator Hanson gets the information in particular from the people these <hes> in the information that she's providing across crossed the country's nothing short of scanning really Hansson like populist rabble-rousers and their roused rebels elsewhere has no interest in being persuaded or indeed in persuading it's all about the drama and the noise and the rage of all the things in this world and in this life that one could choose to get round up about it is the custodians of natural wonder and national treasure taking action to protect it as he's there right and ending deed their responsibility. Nobody will be prevented from observing larue and marveling at it. Everybody will however be enjoined to respect it. boola ru will close to climates on October twenty six thirty four years to the day after it was returned to its traditional owners who endured along with dispossession and boorish climates more than a century of this sacred site being called as rock as it was dubbed in Nineteen seventy-three by the survey William Goss who named after meet of his depressingly a surge has been reported visitors to Larue apparently anxious to do what is mealy. Ill mannered before it becomes actually illegal. It would obviously be terrible.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on KTRH
"We continue with Andy McCarthy is new columnists out today. Twisted motive of dirt devils who concocted the Trump Russia probe. What do you think? Like, I just read what we already know the decision. I mean when the March twenty four th letter of the attorney general bar quotes, the Miller report the investigation did not establish the members of the Trump campaign conspired a coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities, right? So the media's focus that they're smart enough to realize they lost two and a half year. Conspiracy theory has washed away and no retractions apologies. Nothing. But so that they've been hanging their hat on what what about obstruction? Give me any scenario that you can think of I would assume they'll talk about the president saying it's a witch hunt. I assume that in this box of potential obstructions that they'll try to claim he said, Bob, we got a fire Muller. We got a fire. Rod, roy. Rosenstein, we got a fire Komi, which he fired any Ken for any reason. Or no reason we've got to do this. We've got to do that. And but he never does it. What what do you think? It's pod. What else is there that could possibly have been obstructed or that he hoped that general Flynn that nothing bad happened to him. But bad stuff happen to Sean. Here's what's going to happen. There's no reason to think that what's in Muller's report is any different substantively or stylistically than what he has put in his indictments and his statements of the offenses for the whole investigation. There's no reason it's the same people writing. So here's what we saw in the investigation. And I'm thinking of Roger stone on thinking of Pepe dopoulos. I'm thinking of general Flynn, what you get are these narratives right that go on for fifteen or twenty pages. And it's a lot of heavy breathing. It's almost collusion. It's. Sounds like collusion if feels like collusion, it's really close to collusion, and then you flip to the left page, and what you find is somebody lied to an FBI agent about the date of meeting happened. You know, a case what we're normal. Prosecutors would give you a one page indictment with one paragraph that said, you know, on or about such and such day. The guy said X to an FBI agent when the truth was why. And then you call it a day. But instead what these guys did was they used the false statements counts that they were charging as a pretext to write a long narrative. Most of which has nothing to do with the thing that they were going to charge on the last page. So that they could write a story about almost collusion. And I think you're gonna get when we see this report on Thursday is about four hundred pages of almost collusion and almost obstruction and nothing actionable. And then on top of that. What happens then we begin the Horowitz report Biza abuse FIS of fraud rigged investigations into the favored candidate, then spying on the Trump campaign other illegal activities and deep state actors a lot to come great column today though Andy McCarthy will put it up on Hannity dot com. Linked to the New York Post twisted motive of the dirt devils who concocted the Trump Russia probe Andy as always thanks for being with us. Thanks so much on eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. We'll update you on the battle over the border at the bottom of this half hour, more straight ahead. Houston zoo weather traffic.
National Enquirer hits back over Amazon chief's blackmail claim
"A tabloid flooding back after claims of extortion. USA radio networks timber reports attorney represent. The company which owns the National Enquirer says politics has nothing to do. With the Jeff Bezos story. Broom Abram with said threats to publish intimate photos of the Amazon CEO is not extortion. Because the company just wanted to tell the truth Andy McCarthy is a former federal prosecutor. And now a Fox News contributor. He also says, you know, they said we're going to publish this unless you drop your investigation into what we're doing. So I don't really see how anyone's first amendment rights are being trampled on the National Enquirer. No one no one ever said, they couldn't publish it. No one is saying they can't publish it to this day. But you know, if they end up running afoul of prosecutors, it's going to be because of their conduct not their publication that audio courtesy of Fox News
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"As we continue with Andy McCarthy in Greg Jarrett. So is this what is now evolved into maybe possibly a campaign finance violation because of Michael cones admission in the southern district of New York is that what is that where we're headed? And what about all the other campaign finance violations? The biggest fine ever paid was by Barack Obama other cases with the Clintons. I mean is this is where this ends up. There's no Russia collusion in campaign finance laws that I've seen Andy McCarthy. Sean, I think he dates at a separate the southern district of New York case from Muller's case Muller has not laying down your sword. He's still going forward. So this definitely is something that will have to be dealt with. But that doesn't mean the rest of that stuff is is settled or going away yet. What are you? What is your take? Greg. Well, I agree with Andy on the report that will be composed by Muller you can guarantee it will be highly critical of Donald Trump. It may present circumstantial evidence of conversations are meeting with the campaign officials and Russians, but none of that is a crime. It's not a conspiracy. It's not collusion. It's not coordination to win the election. But that won't stop Muller from composing a report trying to present that argument. I think then we already know where the Democrats are. But when we come back, I want to ask you both about the double standard also the premise of Greg's book, and whether it exists, whether it's real do we have equal Justice under the law equal application of our laws. What about fourth amendment obligations? How is it possible? Komi never verified the dossier. Nobody ever verified it. But yet it was presented to the court on four separate occasions. We'll get into that and more as we continue our analysis a much more full coverage of all of this tonight on Hannity on the Fox News channel, Jared Kushner in a rare interview tonight,.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Five FM seven twenty AM K, Don. As we continue with Andy McCarthy in Greg Jarrett. So is this what is now evolved into maybe possibly a campaign finance violation because of Michael cones admission in the southern district of New York is that what is that where we're headed? And what about all the other campaign finance violations? The biggest fine ever paid was by Barack Obama other cases with Bill Clinton's. I mean is this is where this ends up Russia collusion in campaign finance laws that I've seen Andy McCarthy. Sean, I think he dates at a separate the southern district of New York case from Muller's case Muller has not laying down your sword. He's still going forward. So this definitely is something that will have to be dealt with. But that doesn't mean the rest of that stuff is is settled or going away yet. What are you? What is your take Greg? Well, I agree with Andy on the report that will be composed by Muller. I can guarantee it will be highly critical of Donald Trump. It may present circumstantial evidence of conversations are meeting with the campaign officials and Russians, but none of that is a crime. It's not a conspiracy. It's not collusion. It's not coordination to win the election. But that won't stop Muller from composing a report trying to present that argument, and then we already know where the Democrats are. But when we come back, I want to ask you both about the double standard also the premise of Greg's book, and whether it exists, whether it's real do we have equal Justice under the law equal application of our laws. What about fourth amendment obligations? How is possible Komi never? Verify the dossier. Nobody ever verified it. But yet it was presented to the court on four separate occasions. We'll get into that and more as we continue our analysis and much more full coverage of all of this tonight on Hannity on the Fox News channel, Jared Kushner in a rare interview tonight, also Newt Gingrich, Lindsey Graham and probably the most twisted story about the war on Christmas than you've ever heard in your life nine eastern Hannity. Fox News news, you will not get anywhere else. We'll continue. A fire that destroyed a Jehovah's Witness kingdom fall outside Olympia. Washington is being called arson in federal investigators say it's the fifth attack targeting the religious group, this here Thurston county sheriff John snazzier makes you.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"All right as we continue with Andy McCarthy in Greg Jarrett. So is this what is now evolved into maybe possibly a campaign finance violation because of Michael cones admission in the southern district of New York is that what is that where we're headed? And what about all the other campaign finance violations? The biggest fine ever paid by Barack Obama other cases with the Clintons. I mean is this is where this ends up. There's no Russia collusion in campaign finance laws that I've seen Andy McCarthy. Sean. I I think he dates at a separate the southern district of New York case from Muller's case Muller has not you know, laying down your sword. He's still going forward. So this definitely is something that will have to be dealt with. But that doesn't mean the rest of that stuff is is settled or going away yet. What are your what is your take? Greg. Well, I agree with Andy the report that will be composed by Muller you can guarantee it will be highly critical of Donald Trump. It may present circumstantial evidence of conversations are meeting with the campaign officials Russians, but none of that use a crime. It's not a conspiracy. It's not collusion. It's not coordination to win the election. But that won't stop Muller from composing a report trying to present that argument, I think, and then we already know where the Democrats are. But when we come back, I want to ask you both about the double standard also the premise of Greg's book, and whether it exists, whether it's real do we have equal Justice under the law equal application of our laws. What about fourth amendment obligations? How is it possible? Komi never verified the dossier. Nobody ever verified it. But yet it was presented to the court on four separate occasions. We'll get into that and more as we continue our analysis and much more full coverage of all of this tonight on Hannity on the Fox News channel, Jared Kushner in a rare interview tonight, also Newt Gingrich, Lindsey Graham and probably the most twisted story about the war on.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Zero eight seven six six nine we have Andy McCarthy sitting by a little bit later congresswoman Mia love. But I think I little bit wild go at about nine thirty four. The Michael Cohen long-term attorney of the president who had an office right next to the president walked out of the courtroom, essentially said I lied in front of congress. We know he was in trouble already. But this time he lied in front of congress and the gist of which was the extent of which he had spoken along with individual number two. We believe it's Felix sadder who has been a business partner of President Trump's in the past one of the things that he co owned or co built was Trump Tower. Soho talked about a building Moscow project obviously in Russia, while the president was running for president before he was president you talking about the press. He'd Michael Cohen originally said this ended in January twenty sixteen to June of two thousand sixteen joining us to discuss it and go into some detail on it as a man who had just a short time ago had a chance. To address and read the seven pages. Former southern district of New York attorney he is Andy McCarthy anti welcome back. Brian great to be with you. So what change what do you think is the most significant thing to come out of this? I think that even though there's not a mention of it in here. They are trying to draw a line between the development project in Moscow and the Trump Tower meeting in June of twenty sixteen so what? Colin..
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Rockstar radio America. The Dana show. Could declassify the had to make an atomic bomb. I mean, he he's got the plenary authority to declassify anything he wants. But let's be clear what's going on here. The president is doing nothing to reveal what went on when the Russian government tried to determine the outcome of our election. He has done nothing, but obstruct that investigation. But what he has done is used selective powers to pursue his political enemies to try to discredit the investigation. While very true. A lot of it's a it's a busy news week so far. And of course, this is Debbie Nunez, actually. No. This was Tuban. Oh, I have things to say about to who seems to be a poor political bend will just say that he's got some baggage. We've got some baggage. But to say that this is somehow that it is for punishing political enemies to declassify. This isn't that sort isn't that what this witch hunt was to begin with was to punish political enemies of one particular candidate going after a private citizen. I mean, that's at least how it's all washing out. And we I'm glad that the president is declassifying at least partially these documents. And I I don't know if the DOJ has any idea as to how to go about their release. I'm sure we'll see joining us. Now Andy McCarthy Andrew McCarthy. Assistant US was assistant US attorney. He is now over at national review as the senior fellow and contributing editor were always soap. Pleased to have him and share his insight with you. So good to have you. Do you think you so much for joining me? Dana so great to be here, of course. And so this to to to characterize what the president is doing here as as to declassify, some of these documents with regards to the fisa applications as punishing his enemies. I mean, it kind of the opposite argument is it not and to that effect. What took him so long to do this? Well, you know, I think there's two things going on here. Dana along those lines. The first is let let's think for a second about what the FBI and Justice Department's general ization as it is that they never confirm or deny the existence of an investigation and yet Jim call me when he was FBI director. And and he's a guy I know for thirty years so loath to take shots at him. But it is what it is got up. Very public very sensational. Congressional testimony in March of two thousand seventeen and confirmed that the FBI was conducting a counterintelligence investigation of Russia's interference in the election in which one aspect was the coordination people connected to the Trump campaign with Russia's effort to sabotage our election. And then he gratuitously added on top of that that they would also be evaluating whether ready crimes for committed. So here you have the FBI publicly violating its own procedures in its own standard acknowledging or or announcing that there's an investigation announcing that their uncharged people who are under suspicion and announcing they may get charged by prosecutors now when the FBI comes out, and does that generally speaking the way that we approach law enforcement. Is that there's two sides to every story. And if they want to put out that version of events we want to hear what the other side is. So we could see all of it and decide, and I think what this is all about from the beginning is to say that the FBI and the Justice department just like everybody else who's conduct is under the microscope. Don't get to be the judge and jury of their own behavior we get to we get to have somebody else. Like, congress was supposed to be the ones doing this get out the information that we need. So that we could evaluate the position they've taken and their motivation for taking it, and I think that's all that's going on here. What do you think is if you to an -ticipant this, perhaps, what do you expect to be the most shocking detail that comes out of this? However, whenever it's release. I I've heard that they could be releasing portions of this on Monday, even as soon as they figure out how to redact portions of it. What is your sense? Well, I think that what what people will probably be surprised by as I've been surprised in trying to trying to figure out the.
Trump, President and United States discussed on Red Eye Radio
"It's in the top tech podcast entry well but they if they listen to the radio show they don't necessarily know what i look like oh they all knew what they all knew on this unbelievable thing it's called google another mentioned you can put anybody's name in there you know what my doctor says so like i'll say i looked this up don't have this little minor he he that's what he says he goes you know i've been doing this my whole life and i really don't need your input from dr google he goes i'm a lot better than dr google wanna you just call me i instead of thinking that you're dying of cancer in the next sixteen hours i do agree with that i mean if you go on google web md absolutely can't do that you just got ignore that stuff but that's how they know you they know you from social media i mean these were young people know they knew me from the tv show oh i know they're watching on social media remember they can why the show on from london it's the sean hannity show we got a big show andy mccarthy sarah carter greg jarrett and nigel garage a dozen russian intelligence agents are being held accountable for attempting to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election federal indictments were handed down for the russians who were reportedly members of the gru russian military intelligence the eyes of the world or nelin president trump's performance in helsinki next week against the formidable foe russian president vladimir putin correspondent matthew chance this marks a sort of return into the fold or return to the international stage where who will be meeting with president trump the president of the united states one on one that in itself is a victory for for the for the russians vladimir putin cases of the stomach parasite linked to mcdonalds salads are increasing now people in at least ten states reporting getting sick after eating mcdonalds salads so far there are fifty four cases of cyclospora in the effective states i'm barton.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Hour andy mccarthy also in our next hour so the president gave an interview to reuters as relates to kim jong un and this denuclearization deal that they'd like to work on he said in the interview on air force one flying a texas for some fundraising events he still thinks that the june twelve summit can happen and then he said that i'd like to see it done in one meeting but oftentimes that's not the way deals work by the way i think that's very smart of him to say and that's true might take a couple of meetings is a very good chance it won't be done in one meeting or two meetings with three meetings but it'll get done at some point may get done really nicely really intelligently or it may not get done intelligently may be done the hard way he said he said he believed that kim jong un wants a deal but i think it will get done in a very smart organized fashion and that the north koreans wanted as well listen all i know is no more missiles being fired over japan guam's not being threatened the region's not on high level alert mode he's not threatening the continental united states as of the moment he crossed the dmz and he released their hostages and we didn't leave a penny in cash or other currencies to the tune of one hundred and fifty billion like obama did or bill clinton did and we've got nothing to loose the only thing we have to gain is a safer world for your children i think i'll take that position and if it takes a few meetings that's fine with me this is historic hey listen i have have a relationship.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I just got a note from my buddy andy mccarthy apparently when muller was factoring in this this entire pr adventure of announcing these indictments of these thirteen russian entities individuals businesses whatever the hell doesn't matter and he calculated that none of them would respond there would never be any trial would never have to be the evidence presented because these russian entities wouldn't be foolish enough to contest this he placed a big bet on this and he lost and you never know when you when you engage in this when you when you start indicting people you never know what judge you might get if people show up in court to fight the case muller clearly didn't expect anybody short to fight this case he fought he and rosenstein thought that they had a slam dunk pr winner so this judge it refused muller's request to postpone all of this because of improper service the lack of assistance by the rush covered the judge dabney friedrich appointed to the us district court for the district of columbia by president trump in two thousand seventeen trump appointed the judge that just told muller sorry you don't get your postponement judge t s ellis in virginia appointed by rinaldi's magnus who read the riot act to muller's prosecutors there and basically laid bare their motivations and intentions in pursuing paul manafort for crimes committed in years long before trump ever even thought about running for president much less so in our criminal justice system it does depend on the judge you're going to get and it's yet another exclamation point for the old cliche that elections have consequences so i don't know where this is going next we'll just have to see these people are showing up in court they want their day in court they want to see the evidence this could be i don't want to get ahead of things here but this this could be a much more important a bigger thing than anybody is thinking about right now because these russians have demanded to see the evidence that muller has and they are entitled to it they have been indicted for influencing illegally attempting to influence the outcome of a presidential election and muller doesn't want to pursue it the safest thing muller could do right now is to drop.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The president i say and then compel him to testify and push them right up to the wall on that and if necessary go into court on it then it goes all the way to the supreme court lavigne was rightly saying it goes against justice department their own policy their own procedures past presidents and certainly take it all the way to the supreme court because if that's what muller wants the kite type of showdown he wants and that's the type of showed on he's gonna get here i do think there's not equal justice under the law either i also think there's we we don't have the equal application of laws we certainly know that hillary committed felonies numerous felonies obstructed justice and i think the over the over overwhelming incontrovertible evidence is in they fixed and rigged that case has rudy giuliani believes as well in the interview that he had with me the other night then you have the whole issue of the pfizer court where you had hillary clinton bought and paid for foreign national hired funneled money paying for russian sources russian government sources to manipulate the american people but then used as the bulk of information presented an application to spy on an american citizen a trump campaign associate and they never tell the judge that it's not verified that it's never corroborated and they never told the judges four times with three subsequent renewals that in fact hillary paid for it all what does that that to me is lying to a judge no andy mccarthy had a great line in a recent column he said the rules of the game on the democrats get away with murder more republicans get murdered and judicial terms.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Vana national review anymore because they're all full of a bunch of never trumpers but but at least andy mccarthy is an honest guy in and out of smart former prosecutor is a former top terrorism prosecutor anne analyzes how this this really grossly overhyped shift memo in and at the end concludes rather than bolstering the democratic case for russia gated actually torpedoes some of their key claims in their own words and he's right when he analyzes that the democrats insist that what launched the fbi's counterterrorism investigation was not the steel dossier but the intelligence from australia about george pompidou capitalists in the end his contact of socalled individuals linked to russia by the way that was four way here say never would be admitted by any court ever now we learn that papa dopoulos when he pled guilty it's anything but clear that these individuals linked to russia had much in the way of any links to putin or anybody of significance in russia and manifestly had shows how the fbi and the doj saw the matter quote they saw the fis warrant on carter page not papa dopoulos to get the spy warrant they highlighted steals dot c a and and the sensational unverified allegations about page and then feebly tried to corroborate those allegations would summa papa dopoulos as information not the other way around like it should be done mrs all this is corruption at its highest level i'll explain what it means in a minute and another troubling question is when steal brought the fbi is unverified allegations about carter page wore white in the fbi.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on WTVN
"That jim steel from did not fiji even as talk heating and to air these carter conceding page afghan diane they did panetta not living tell the court in jamaica that this in was an ice a political pack can document this get your home is warm the again kind of ask things that movie scripts carter page they did not tell the court that this was a political document this is the kind of things that movie scripts contain emmer made up with this is it's it's hard to get my arms around comprehending the number of people had to be in on this and their motivation now you may be nervous about going in the motivation but to me that's everything why what's the purpose here well this gets to the bottom of what we're looking at in when you when you look at peter struck and some of his text messages you know we still need to get to the bottom of what did the insurance policy mean uh and you know a lot of people and outlook it's just pure speculation at this point uh but it is very possible that the insurance policy was this counterintelligence investigation and that would be really scary but he isn't a discount our intelligence its exited the going the trump criminally are they not well well that's not what they're supposed to do right i mean that's not what the that's not what the a counter intelligence investigation if you've talked uh uh you know andy mccarthy who writes for national review uh he said this uh numerous times that a counterintelligence investigastion is not criminal right but i mean they're they're they're they're trying to get president trump paralysed impeached convicted thrown out everybody knows congressman there would be no investigation of russian interference of hillary had won the election nobody would even be talking about it nobody would be worried about it it would not even be a thing well i i think it was i i might be attacked artemis started a year ago so so i would add i said we'll look i'm i've seen all those all of this intelligent yeah we know the.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"I sent the my buddy andy mccarthy back in march asking where's the hack ambiance it must have been reaction to a piece that he had just rid of where's the hack what are we really talking about here in his response to me was great question because you realize we didn't hear anything about this during the campaign we we we heard that trump might have been colluding but we've never during the entire campaign we never heard the russians were trying to steal the election we never heard that you know why because the clintons fully expected to win the media fully expected to win there was no way that they were going to taint hillary's victory by suggesting it was the result of russians hacking or meddling in the election that did not surface as a narrative wore media agenda until twenty four hours after the election we're was the hack what is the hack all we have the incontrovertible proof that we have is that the united states media is suffering embarrassing the bockel after embarrassing the buckle after embarrassing the buckle that's the evidence we have the evidence we have is that the drive by media is lying is making it up is reporting indeed fake news and now apologists are saying yes here's david frum sexual quote these mistakes meaning cnn's error on friday getting that date wrong on the email the mistakes are precisely the reason people should trust the media from tall little brian stelter on cnn astronomers make mistakes all the time because science is a process of discovery in truth from said faced with wrongdoing circle by lies the process of piercing the lies to one covered the truth about the wrongdoing is inherently not only difficult but adversarial because the people trying to find the truth are operating against dan faith actors engaged in can this is trump's fault cnn made it mistake because it working so hard to be fair but trump making it impossible to be fair as journalists so because cnn boldly believe lied about the.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The my buddy andy mccarthy back in march asking where's the hack ambient it must have been reaction to a piece that he had just rid of where's the hack what are we really talking about here in his response to me was great question because you realize we didn't hear anything about this during the campaign we we we heard that trump might have been colluding but we've never during the entire campaign we never heard the russians were trying to steal the election we never heard that you know why because the clintons fully expected to win the media fully expected to win there was no way that they were going to taint hillary's victory by suggesting it was the result of russians hacking or meddling in the election that did not surface as a narrative warm media agenda until twenty four hours after the election we're was the hack what is the hack all we have the incontrovertible proof that we have is that the united states media he is suffering embarrassing the bockel after embarrassing the buckle after embarrassing the buckle that's the evidence we have the evidence we have is that the drive by media is lying is making it up is reporting indeed fake news and now apologists are saying yes here's david frum actual quote these mistakes meaning cnn's error on friday getting that date wrong on the email the mistakes are precisely the reason people should trust the media from told little brian stelter on cnn astronomers make mistakes all the time because science is a process of discovery in truth from said faced with wrongdoing circled by lies the process of piercing allies to one covered the truth about the wrongdoing is inherently not only difficult but adversarial because the people trying to find the truth are operating against dan faith actors engaged in can this is trump's fault cnn maybe it's mistake because it working so hard to be fair but trump making it impossible will be fair as journalists so because cnn bold believe lied about the.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on WSB-AM
"But as we continue with number one new york times bestselling author former speaker of the house newt gingrich's book understanding trump so while i was away we discovered the james colmey in fact had written long before he ever interviewed hillary clinton nor seventeen other key witnesses the exoneration of hillary and to me it just screams of a political fix being in and to me it also would mandate in my mind that the attorney general jeff sessions reopen the case about hillary and emails and and now maybe we can get some truth and get to the bottom of this well i i've i've who certainly pretty startling i thought uh to discover andy mccarthy said in the call on this week it's clear that the person who exonerated hillary's barack obama and he site exactly what obama said in april of two thousand sixteen and then he so shows you exactly would colmey said in that july press event and it's like khamis reading off of obama's no ch and insist is unbelievable and i i couldn't agree with you more i did notice so with some and courage meant that the senate leadership has sent a very strong letter of justice asking for a series of information that pushes this thing the reopens case i think that's frankly very encouraging well i think there's a lot of things that ought to be reopened here it appears by every account i want to ask you this question so i've interviewed julian assange sounds fivetimes he's the one guy that knows where the information on the emails came from and he's the one guy that knows his sources now keep in mind like or not like julian assange of wikileaks they've never been proven wrong and over eleven years so my question is now that he's saying to dana rohrabacher and said to me it's not russia in terms of the the dnc email hack of the that's the hacked my question is doesn't robert muller have an obligation to find out where the truth is in this and find out whether or not it might have been bernie supply a bernie sanders supporters that were disgruntled or course and and i think he has an obligation to follow the information wherever it leads uh including trying to find a way to interview assad hearing um you know it it is interesting i'm and i have no idea where this is going but it is.
"andy mccarthy" Discussed on WTMA
"Way something that you're going to want to hear i'll just say and this once sentence uh because it's something we talked about months ago uh andy mccarthy august third he writes william list why must we speculate about whether the obama administration abusively exploited the foreign intelligence uh collection powell was in order to spy on donald trump's political campaign after all trump is president now he if he was victimize he's in a position to tell all of out in a column cold why doesn't trunk just on mallawi and ask the hour and when i bought it when i brought that up with you months ago you speculated that it might be uh they might be backlash iffy uh try to do that but uh there wasn't enough time but i was i was going to say that he couldn't invite members of the top top people of the uh the congress congressional committees on intoe and they could have looked at it together is not hiding anything he wants to find out what happened and if he did it with that much uh transparent here we have a bite out by magazine is the the point is at that point they don't want to talk to you because the you're you're a person of interest at the minimum in the investigation and you're also assuming that have happened officially and the whole point of gary is that the charge would be that it didn't happen officially that someone was doing it and unmasking those names illegally and that's the whole point if they were doing it legally then know wouldn't be a question so that's the that those are those are two different thoughts there keep in mind that if the you know saying that while the president with no because he would have access to all this right now actually he wouldn't if this was done neil legally illegal right right i think you made that point at the time right your assuming that all this was done as a matter of an official investigation or official protocol right and that's a false assumption.