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"clinton ferro" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

06:50 min | 7 months ago

"clinton ferro" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"And a very talented dynamic free agent, defensive end by the name of David. Clowney I know everyone knows who Davian County is, and I know that you probably know that he's a free agent and he's been kind of lingering out there on the market for quite some time you know, he's basically not getting the money that that he thinks he deserves. And I think that you know. Teams are beginning to fall off as far as their pursuit of him, and it's left the raiders in a couple of other teams in a pretty decent position to add a really dynamic player for a fraction of what it probably would have or what? He thinks that he's worth I know that the raiders. Raiders are interested I can confirm that but it's going to be more along the lines of their number rather than what he was seeking. They're not gonNA throw a boatload of a money his way at least not what he was originally asking for, but at the right price and I think this is where the raiders are year run. You don't walk. Walk, but you run to bring in a dynamic talent like like Davy and cloudy, and what's working in the raiders favor is that other teams are beginning to fall off? We saw that the Cleveland browns reworked the contract of Defensive End. Oliver Vernon and presumably takes them out of the cloudy running. There was a lot of talk between the browns and cloudy. It seemed like a good fit The browns had some money they had a need, but by resigning or at least reworking Vernon's contract. I think that takes them out of the running, and it leaves the raiders at like I, said in a pretty decent position now to maybe swoop in, and here's my position at the right price. You'd definitely bring in a JV and cloudy. He means that much. He's that dynamic of a player and I know I get it. People are saying but Vinnie. You know. He only had three sacks last year. I GET IT I. That, but if you're using sachs as your barometer in the your twenty twenty to determine the value of a defensive end, you're just using the Ron citizens. Yes, it's important, and yes, he gets his sheriff's accident. Quiet get as many as he normally does last year with the Seattle. seahawks but More importantly, really looking at what a defensive ends value is! You look pressures and yet forty eight of those last year. That's a high number. He's an elite, not just a good, but an elite run defender. He's one of two defensive and edge setting defensive ends last year that graded. Over ninety in run defense, according to pro football focus. That's elite. That's what you're looking for, and that's worth a lot of money, and you know the disruption that he causes in that run. Game is absolutely devastating, and it reeks so mix so much havoc, and it helps your the rest of your defensive line, and helps you right and the rest of your defensive end. If you look at pass rush, okay among Ed rushers. He was seventh in win rate on on pass routes. What does that mean well when you're able to get off your block? In two point five seconds within that two point five second range more often than not, and he was seventh in the League. That that means you're winning the majority of your battles in that in that situation, and as a result. That's where you're forty eight. quarterback pressures come into come into play, and also the fact that he eats up double teens. He gets double teamed a lot that helps everyone else on the defensive line. If you look at the Seattle, seahawks pass rush last year. They are markedly better. When clowney was on the field compared to when he wasn't there, sacks were. their pass rush. pressure was way up when he was on the field compared to when he when he wasn't so he has an impact When you're talking about the run game and you know the the pass rush again, and that's what the raiders need, and here's the thing. We all know that the raiders play the best quarterback in the NFL, right now, Patrick mahomes twice a year history as As shown in the San Francisco. Forty nine years nearly pulled this off last year. While the best way to slow down a quarterback quarterback like Patrick, mahomes is to get as much pressure on him as possible from your front four defensive players. Why because number one? You're able to do it with just those four guys, seven other defensive players, your linebackers, your cornerbacks, your safeties defensive backs. They're able to now drop. Drop back in. Pass a coverage and you're able to flood zones. You're able to play man and man on man coverage. You're able to make life difficult for the quarterback on that back, and but more importantly by creating pressure upfront, it might not lead to saks all the time, but if you're if you're forcing him out of comfort zone positions. If you're tipping passes if you're having him, throw off balance all. All of a sudden leads to turnovers, it leads to incompletions. It just helps you against the quarterback like that and you've looked at the forty niners, they dynamic front four last year for three quarters, they had Patrick Mahomes and the chiefs on the run they lead that game going into the fourth quarter and the super. Ball, mahomes did mahomes things in the fourth quarter, and they wind, but the point is. They made life. That's how you make life difficult. The giants showed that you know against the Patriots twice in the Super Bowl. They were able to get pressure upfront from their four defensive linemen. Let everyone else drop back in pass. Coverage made life difficult for Tom Brady and won two super bowls as underdogs against Tom Brady and the and the and the Patriots so for me, adding a player like David and cloudy makes a ton of sense and I know. Also I've been hearing this as well on twitter while it's an indictment on clean Farrell the raiders made a mistake drafting him fourth overall their interests. Interests and cloudy is an obvious signal that they're not happy with with Farrell. Stop all right full stop. adding a clowning is not in lieu, and it's not an indictment on feral. He comes. He would calm as an addition to all of a sudden, you start looking at defensive line, clowney Farrell Max Crosby me Collins. We're GONNA. Talk about him a little bit later. On kind of an underrated under the radar, a acquisition that the raiders made a defensive tackle. You Start Carl. NASA you start talking about the pass. Rush ability now that they're able to throw at quarterbacks Patrick. Mahomes included in a fresh talented. Road nation where guys are coming in in and out our fresh, already are effective They're not worn out over the course of a game. You can keep guys spry by by using them in a rotation. When you add a cloudy that it just lengthens that doubt that much more, and you could be more creative. Maybe CL-. Clinton Ferro moves inside from time to time so. Up So many doors for the raiders, and for all those reasons. They need to be interested in cloudy, and if there's a chance again, you run, you don't walk you. Run to real in talent that..

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"clinton ferro" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

09:18 min | 9 months ago

"clinton ferro" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"Do Weekly podcast here in the season. Happy CINCO DE everybody. Kinda you a theme. This week is GonNa be Clemson Week. Why clemson come on you know? Why clemson five clemson players in the last two drafts? It's almost ten percent of the Raiders. Dra- roster coming from one school in back to back years. It's pretty amazing. I got a lot of CL- glimpse in coverage this week. I talked to drew Snyder. Vespas nations shake in the south when he was going to be honest show but he had some technical difficulties so he couldn't make it but we had a good talk. And you know they're expecting these. Clemson guys become raiders now and when when these draft picks are happening. Yeah Ten Amuse Raider John Simpson Raider. 'cause fit. What the raiders are looking for big performers at huge programs and high character. Guys all five of these clean feral first round pick last year number four Trayvon Molin second round pick last year. Cornerback in probably start this year. Slot Receiver Hunter Renfrew. Who really came on the last year? All of those college performers and big programs who are just like Muse. And Mr John Samson you know through gave me some interesting inside and all these guys. Most the most of those five guys weren't the greatest the biggest recruits to Clemson. And you know this is Clemson. This is top of the cream of the crop so they came in with Western expectations other players. And they all rose to the top of that program. Johnson is the exception. He was all American Charleston South Carolina. But you know we all know. Hundred was walk on end up being an iconic player. In that school's History Clinton Ferro had a injury in high. School wasn't a huge recruit came in and became a four year player. Didn't play much redshirt freshman. Mona so-so tanner amusement. There's a baseball football player. He's a better baseball recruit from glimpsing. So these guys were all self made guys guys at Mike Mayock once guys Adampur. Sweeney says hey this is the type of guy that made this program what it is. That's what they want these guys to be raised. They WANNA take the raiders to the next level with these type of guys. Feral beasts superstar. I have my doubts. I think he will improve. I don't know he'll be a great pass rusher but I would probably be a solid d and maybe never a pro bowler but a solid guy. Good in the locker room But you know you want more of them at more from the number four. Pick of course but we'll see he's never going to be giving them a lot of problems and he can't improve. I think it'll be a solid quarterback him and Damon are net. Could really grow into a nice pair a cornerbacks and then you have A Meek Robertson Jonathan Abram bracket this could be a really a defensive secondary that can grow together Hunter Win. Renfro had thirty five catches in his last seven games last year. That's a lot. I can see this guy having hundred catches out of the slot within two years. Why can't he go from forty nine to eighty this year? I know win bone is GonNa take some of his reps from the slot but there's still plenty of unity for Renfro in this offense and then Tara muses probably going to be a special teams come stuff. What the specialties. Were Daddy Pie. A special team guys first. And then let's see if you can play linebacker. He played safety linebacker in the for the Clemson Tigers. Right now the rarest thing he's going to be more linebacker but he's special teams guy. He probably be a special teams ace. Before we know it John Simpson is a guy who will probably vied to be a starter and your second year. So yeah I talk to drew. Got Really good stuff from him. I said this is Clemson Week. I talked to woody mccorvey. A huge part of the CLEMSON program a huge part. He basically runs the show. He's dabbled Sweeney's right hand man. He's top liaison to the NFL from the program. And I had a nice chat with him today and I have a story on silver and black pride all the players and the connections. How they've got to know the raiders people. Mike may make Mike mayock spent a day with with Dabo Sweeney in the club last year. During the Season Jon. Gruden was going to be the keynote speaker to the football clinic this year but it was cut short because it was cancelled because of the corona violent virus which. I'm getting sick of. I'm sure you guys are to be safe out there. Everybody You know that. Crockett former Raider player Scout. He's big part of what the scouting at Clemson. So it's really fun connection. I had a lot of fun right in. The story is checking it out today tomorrow. I'm GONNA do something talking to Jim. Nagy from director the senior bowl on John Simpson and he thinks John Simpson's the best Griman Clemson has produced in the twenty years that he's St scouted that program. Wow Wow. He thinks he could start very soon then. We're going to a watch party tomorrow. Night of the Clemson Alabama two thousand eighteen championship game. Where Mike Mayock was there and scouting all these guys know. They got eight guys in that game. Eight guys the five Clemson guys that we've been talking about today. Josh Jacobs Henry Rugs and Lester cotton a backup undrafted free agent from Alabama Guard. He probably won't make the team so you you're GonNa have seven guys when that team that game on this roster this year so do a phone little watch party with that so it's just hey it's may after the season it's an unusual connection five players from one program so let's take advantage of it. It's Clemson Week here so I hope you enjoy that getting to know these guys a little bit more again. This off season just doing short cast news today. The raiders cut does Shawn Kaiser. Moving away from comes in here. People thought he was going to challenge. Derek Carr he wasn't GonNa Challenge Derek Carr. That wasn't going to happen so he's gone. Komi the LINEBACKER Nuradaim has gone. He's a undrafted free agent from last year. There are a lot of people thought had a chance to do some things. Well he never developed. That's okay it happens but they cut some some guys. They signed Samyong a ten year veteran tackle ten years. He's played sixty eight games. So he doesn't have a a for sure path to the roster. He played four games with the forty niners. He's a backup just veteran backup. We'll see if you can make the team. He signed some undrafted free agents against sign. Some more undrafted free agents just a busy day for the Raider nation again in in in kind of a slow time. You know. There's not a whole lot going on but we're going to do a show once a week and again. Just get to know you guys better. You know I've done raider podcast. Three different places I've been SP nation since February. And I love it. I'm very happy to be here. Hey Proud to be here and I don't want to be anywhere else. So that's her twit show just to get to know some of these clemson guys have some fun. This is Bill Williamson. This is silver and black pride. Take Care we'll talk to you next week. Be Safe have fun talk to you..

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"clinton ferro" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

10:30 min | 11 months ago

"clinton ferro" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"Our country continues to reel in this Corona virus pandemic. But we did. Get a much needed distraction from the cruel reality that we are now facing in our country and that was in the form of NFL. Free Agency As we discussed last week's episode the legal tampering period began Monday and the new league year counter Got Underway on Wednesday. So I want you to just sit back get comfortable. We've got a lot to discuss. I will break it all down for you and give you my take on what Jon Gruden and Mike. Mayock accomplished in the first week of free agency now also later in the show joined by Vinnie. Bonsignore raiders beat writer for the Las Vegas Review Journal. He will join me. He'll give you some of his thoughts on the additions that were made to the roster before we get into free agency though. I do WanNa touch on some news. That came down in regards to the NFL draft as we know the NFL announced last week that there was going to be some major changes happening to the to the draft in in response to The Corona virus. That's affecting our country They they announced that the public events were cancelled out in Las Vegas and Inevitably we knew this was going to happen. the draft is no longer going to be held in Las Vegas so They're currently in the planning stages of what is going to happen next from what I've read The idea that they're kind of toying with at this point is more of an in studio broadcast without prospects most likely just the commissioner announcing the picks on stage probably by himself If you've ever seen what Literally baseball does for their drafts. It would probably be very similar to that. I imagine so Just really unfortunate for the city of Vegas. It would have been a huge huge weekend for them would have brought in hundreds of thousands of people and would have been really good for their local economy. Which I know has really taken a big hit right now. Much like many of the the big cities in our countries is small business families. You name it every. Everyone's being hard right now by this so just really unfortunate A and it was would have been a great opportunity for Not only the city of Las Vegas to Kinda put themselves on the map as an NFL City but really would have been a chance for the raiders. Kinda take center stage so Again hopefully maybe next year though. They'll give the raiders another chance and they'll give the Vegas chances well okay. Let's shift gears now to more positive news and that's Free Agency and the editions that were made right now. The raiders looked much improved on paper. And we all know that doesn't mean a whole lot right now but it is a good sign especially on defense which is where money needed to be spent. And that's exactly what Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden did they were very aggressive and addressing a lot of needs Like we expected they were linked to several free agents They reportedly offered some big time. Money to some of these guys and although they didn't land everyone that they wanted to They can walk away from the first week of Free Agency and be and be happy with what they've done here. They've got a much better roster. I'M GONNA start with the defensive side of the ball. The two big moves on defense were at the linebacker position to linebackers were added. Nick cousy and Cory Littleton These players have different skill sets but both really starting to come into their own. They're both young players. I think. Twenty six years old both of them. I'm GonNa Start with quick Hausky. He's a former Chicago Bear. And he's an interesting story You know I don't watch a ton of Nick. Wykowski Games leading up to this point. But he you know he was a member of the bears. Defense that had been Very good defense last couple years especially in two thousand eighteen when they first had Khalil Mack there You know so. He's kind of taking a back seat a lot of the other a bigger name players on that defense but he really saw at least in two thousand nineteen. He really saw an increase in playing time. As the season went on in fact I went and looked up some numbers to get. Get you an idea of what I'm talking about here. In weeks one through eight. He played in only forty five snap so he really wasn't getting any time. The first half of the season he was primarily used on special teams. And that was it. And then a week's nine through sixteen he played in four hundred sixty seven snaps which ninety percent of the snaps In in the last was Seven Games eight games so you know. That's that's something you like to see and you know. I'm not totally sure if that had to do with injuries or anything along those lines but You know he has a solid tackler decent against the Ron. He he's effective as a blitzer. I saw some clips out there. Obviously these are only highlight clips. But I did see some clips out there of him He does look like He. He you know has some ability to to rush the quarterback which is nice to see I did read some some information on him that I I read from his Defensive Coordinator last year Chuck Pagano. It talked about how he really began to gain the trust of his coach to in the second half of the season so he must have been showing some some good improvements in practice or something along those lines and Pagano really began. Trust him in the passing game and that's why he was used much more as three down player in the second half the season. Obviously you can see. That was the case through the number of snaps. And how they they? Dramatically increased Registered Sixty eight tackles eight tackles for loss three sacks and I am I N T and one forced fumble so He was He impact the game from a lot of ways. So and and that's something that the raiders have have lacked here in the last couple of years. They need some players that can really impact the game on the defensive side of the ball especially at the linebacker position I if analytics is your thing. I did see that. He was ranked fifteenth among linebackers For pro football focus with an overall grade of seventy two point six and again I mentioned pass rush ability. He had a eighty one point. Eight pass rush grade. So that's something you like to see their He you know he's a he's an ascending player. He seems to be getting better and better. And he's only twenty six so And he really hasn't had the opportunity to really become a big time player in this league and he he will be given the opportunity to make an immediate impact with the raiders. The other linebacker that was brought in was Cory Littleton. And and this is the guy that raider fans were were begging for And their wish was answered. They finally get a big time linebacker. It's been a while. Since the raiders have gone out and and spent some money at the position little tin was also ranked in the top. Fifteen fact he was the eighth ranked linebacker overall according to pro football focus. He's much more athletic than Quit coffee so that's where you're going to see a big difference with these two guys No longer will titans dominate defense. Okay you're going to see his athleticism show up in his coverage He. He's he has experienced covering guys like George Kitto you know playing in the NFC west division so no stranger to Good tight on play and I think with the addition of both quick Hausky and Littleton. And when you combine in that when you throw in there Jonathan Abram who will be back this year things are going to look much different on defense this year when it comes to guarding running backs out of the backfield tight ends a little bit more on Littleton. He he can really do it all he really does it all. He's three down linebacker. No you're just basically your modern day. Nfl linebacker he's a little bit undersized. I think he's only two hundred and twenty five pounds but he can run last season direct up a hundred and thirty four tackles. I believe that led team for the rams three and a half sacks nine passes defended I saw a stat in the last two years he has twenty two passes defended. So that's really what you want to see to force. Fumbles two interceptions. So as far as playmaking ability Is concerned the linebacker crew has been upgraded in a big big way now The position group as a whole. There's four linebackers right now They had marquel already under contract. They offered a second round tender or they played the second round tender on Nicholas Morrow so I expect him to be back as well So the question. Now that you know you you ask yourself is is. How many more guys will they look to add to that room Are they gonNA look to add another Guy Free Agency? That's that's a possibility is Kenneth. Murray Patrick Queenstown option in round one. I know there's been a lot of talk In the mock draft world about possibly adding a linebacker now is that still the case. So that's a debate for another time but it is certainly something that I'd like you to think about and consider as we move towards that draft here in a couple of weeks the pass rush also got some help On both on the interior and on the edge. I'm going to start with me. Collins the former Dallas Cowboy he came over. Join the raiders. He's GonNa come over with his former D. Line coach Rod Marinelli. So they have some familiarity with each other which is a good thing In this guy's got juice again. I I don't spend a ton of time watching Dallas Cowboys Games but I've had a chance to kind of take a look at them in the last couple of days and he's got some major upside as a pass rusher And I think he immediately steps in in is the best interior pass rusher on the roster without a question and I think that I saw a stat and I'm not sure if I have a one hundred percent correct but something along the lines of Collins had forty eight quarterback pressures last season and that was more than the entire raiders Group of defensive tackles put together so again. Don't quote me on that but it was something along those lines and In my opinion this is probably the most underrated signing right now. You're you're going to hear a lot about a little Tan and quick cow ski and Mariota in those in those guys but collins kind of flying under the radar and I think he's going to have a major major impact on the defense. I think he's GonNa do wonders for guys like Clinton Ferro Mex- crosby and I want you to think about something here for a minute for as long as the raiders. Defense has lacked reliable linebacker. When is the last time you can remember a presence on the inside that could generate pressure?.

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"clinton ferro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

14:50 min | 2 years ago

"clinton ferro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Years. This is how we treat this man and omitting the most critical document in the entire false statement case against Lieutenant General Flynn, and that is the three oh to witness reports, which if Muller's case was sound. Would reflect the assessment by the interviewing FBI agents that Flynn had indeed quote, lied to them when they grilled him in January of twenty seventeen. On the other hand of those FBI three oh to witness interview assessments failed to indicate that plan lied. Then as I suspect Muller case as well as his career could be in deep trouble. Because the fact is we already know because Komi told us so that he didn't think that general Flynn lied, and neither did Andrew McCabe think that he'd lied, and neither did Peter Struck think that he lied and we had reported that back in may of last year. And you ask the question. Why would he sign a plea agreement that said he lied when we know he didn't lie. Everybody knows he didn't lie. Purpose when you can't get the underlying crime on somebody. Well, the next thing you you have available to you as you know, a process crime wine to the FBI. Okay. So that's what they go after this guy for and that's a year of his life. Putting his home up for sale. Now, having a, you know, be a convicted felon after a thirty three year career with a stellar record protecting his country because if those three are released, I think I'm pretty confident that nobody's gonna say in there that they thought that general Flynn was lying. Congress along time ago pressed the Justice department of hand over the three zero two three zero to the conversations of of the meetings that they have in other words, the FBI would interview somebody like general Flynn. They would file it. What what was said what happened under a three? Oh, two is the FBI did not originally think that Flynn lied. Then FBI director March of two thousand seventeen James Komi told the house Intel committee that the two FBI agents who questioned Flynn did not detect any deception during the interview saw nothing that indicated to them that Clinton knew he was lying to them. There is something as I'll ask anyone of you right now. Think of your last birthday. Just in your mind's eye. Do this last birthday? And then think about who was there. Now, pick out one person that you know, you spoke to for say more than five minutes at your last birthday event. More than five minutes. How much of that conversation? Do you think? And this is now less than a year ago. I'm assuming unless you're birthdays today. What what could you tell me in complete accuracy about the conversation? Probably nothing. And this is the problem, or, you know, maybe you texted somebody after he's supposed to remember what you texted. I don't think you would. So call me now set essentially the same thing to the Senate Judiciary committee about about general Flynn. And you know that Chuck Grassley, quote, led us to believe the Justice department was unlikely to prosecute Flynn for false statements made in the interview Andrew McCabe told the house, quote, the two people who interviewed Flynn did not think he was lying which was not a great beginning of a false statement case, he told the house Intel committee house investigators have a chance to learn more on all of this. When apparently Komi appears before closed doors in his interview with members of the judiciary in the house oversight committee chairs and lawmakers have promised to release the transcript of the Komi interview within a day. So maybe we'll know next week or some other time. Now, this is the case of lying in crimes of lies. Then I think we've got to have if we're gonna have a Justice system that is fair, and we apply the laws equally equal application of our laws. Equal Justice for every American under the law that we have some really serious questions that we've got gotta ask as a country because you know, there is a federal penal code that says it's unlawful to send stored classified information on personal emails. That's eighteen USC seven ninety three part of the espionage act. Now, we know that in fact, Hillary Clinton Ferro kkob, unlawful descend or store classified information on personal Email. We know Hillary Clinton did that repeatedly. That's what that whole server was for James Comey said she did that marked classified at the time. Then we have the violation of the federal records act of two thousand and nine section one two three six point two to the national archives. Records administration act requires that agencies that allow employees to send him receive official electronic mail messages using a system not operated by the agency must ensure that federal records sent or received on such a system are preserved in the appropriate agency for record keeping and the record keeping system. Well that didn't happen with Hillary Clinton either. And we have the violation of the freedom of information act where veterans for a strong America filed a lawsuit against the State Department over the potential violations of the foia requests, and the chairman of that group explaining to the Washington Examiner that the foia request over the Benghazi affair specifically asked with any personal Email accounts. Secretary Clinton may have used. This is stuff that Jeff Sessions should have been delving into deeply. Because for whatever reason he didn't the next attorney general should. And then we have a case where you know, although attorney general what about Loretta Lynch. Discussing golf grandchildren travels Forty-five minutes on a tarmac seen Bill Clinton. Just days before she is scheduled to make her decision on whether or not Hillary violated the law by having that secret server in the mom and pop shop bathroom closet. She's overseeing that entire investigation that could involve civil criminal violations. Dealing with the mishandling of classified emails, so employees ease shell act impartially and not give preferential treatment to any private organization or individual. Well, that's also the law. You think anybody, you know, maybe if your spouse was about to get a ruling handed down on whether or not they're going to be prosecuted, you think any of you would have gotten forty five minutes in a private jet with Loretta Lynch to talk about your, grandchildren, and golf tend to doubt it. Employees shall endeavour to avoid actions, creating the appearance that they violated the law or the ethical standards set forth above and finally there's regulation governing. The department of Justice attorney must be disqualified from a criminal investigation because of a personal and political relationship that means that attorney general Lynch was prohibited from participating in any of this from the get go. It's a matter. Members told Jim commes a matter. You know, if you just start now applying everything here, you begin to see everything we've told you about the handling of the Clinton Email investigation. Why was there? No grand jury impaneled in that case. Why was she not charged with violating the espionage act? How is it? You can delete. Subpoenaed. Emails thirty three thousand of them and clean out your hard drive with bleach pit and bust up your devices with hammers. Why isn't she getting the Flint treatment? How is that possible? What is does that not obstruction of Justice? You know, James Comi closed the investigation. Why did he take it in house in the first place? Why do you need let the field offices in the FBI handle, this particular case, why is it always the same people that were involved in every issue from Flynn to the Clintons to the Russian investigation toys, the same people. You know, combing it publicly admitted he gave memo's recording his interactions with President Trump to a friend at Columbia law school with the intention that the contents would be leaked to the media the New York Times so that that would result in the appointment of a special counsel. Those documents were created on an FBI computer, which dealt with an ongoing highly sensitive investigation, any reasonable observer would conclude that those memos were FBI property. So does leaking them in this unauthorized way mean that Komi is guilty of theft of government property records or that he violated the espionage espionage act himself? What about the dossier? You're gonna hear a lot about the dossier on Hannity tonight. Which was used to obtain FIS awards against Carter page and associated with the Trump campaign to congressional committees already established the FBI knew the dossier was largely fabricated and James Comey himself described it to then incoming President Trump is salacious and unverified. Well, what about the fact that Hillary paid for it? They never told that to the fisa court judges that approved the application, and if it is salacious and unverified. How did it end up being the bulk of information as the Grassley Graham and Nunez memo's pointed out in the dossier was compiled by someone that we know had a bias an animus towards Donald Trump a foreign national by the name of Christopher Steele. By the way, we know Glenn Simpson or either him more somebody else lied to congress. Here's a list of people that we know lied to congress. We know that Andrew we know that James Clapper lied to congress. I refer you to a January nineteen twenty eighteen USA today article headlined, James Clapper lies to congress. We have the guardian pointing out CI director Brennan lied to congress. They have a New York Post article from two thousand seventeen Loretta Lynch. Lied to congress Washington Examiner piece James Komi lied to congress. We have you the James Comey on Loretta Lynch townhall piece again lying to congress. Investors. I think it's IBD Eric Holder lied to congress, Lois Lerner, Washington Times. Lied to congress US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew under the Obama administration. Lied to congress about a key part of the Iranian deal. We all know the FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe, Washington Times. Lied to congress and investigators. We also know that Clinton aide Cheryl mills lied to DOJ officials that twos covered by the Washington Examiner. I don't see any of these people going through the treatment that general Flynn has gone through in the last year. Abidine daily caller lied to congress and DOJ officials. Get where we're going here. Don't want to release any of the information. You know, I loved what Giuliani said last night. You know, it's like this is comparable to spitting on the sidewalk. Especially in light of the man's life and career of service. And the fact that the information that they had it's like imagine. Let's go back to the birthday analogy. Your last birthday you had a conversation. Pick one person you might conversation with five minutes. And let's say that the that the people that are interviewing you about that conversation a year later have the exact transcript, well, they had the exact transcript of Michael Flynn because they violated his fourth amendment rights by illegal surveillance, not using the process of minimization and literally unmasking illegal an American citizen, general Flynn and an American war hero. And then leaking long raw intelligence to say he lied because he didn't remember the contents of the conversation that he had with his soon to be counterpart. I don't really consider that lying in any any manner. But I think it became much deeper than that. Because I think they threatened his family, and he probably had no choice. You know, they're sick puppies Giuliani said he's right. You know, they provided firsthand information about the content and context ear now next up. We're going to have cone and Manafort, you know, I don't think who knows what those sentencing guidelines are gonna say, I guess, Colin. Maybe we'll get the biggest break of all and probably Manafort looking at the rest of his life in jail. Over two thousand seven tax case and Paul statements made on a loan application. The neither case there's anything have to do with Russia. Now, the idea that Russia Trump Moscow Russia that they had discussions about possibly building. Something never got built big deal. Nothing ever happened. So now, I guess the last bit of this is are they going to go after Jerome Corsi who's seventy two years old who was offered to get out of jail free card, if he would lie or as judge Ellis said, you know, for the purpose of singing or composing, they're putting the screws to Manafort, they put the screws to anybody that's in any type of legal jeopardy in the hopes that you'll compose what they want you to say because the bigger target in. This case was and always will be Donald Trump. And destroying him. And you know, that's what it comes down to did notice that Roger stone pled the fifth that is not going to give Senate documents or testify, frankly at this point what why bother. Why what anyone wanna cooperate knowing what is in play here that they just out out to get to the truth? They're out to destroy. But that shouldn't surprise us. When you hire. Let's see struck and page for part of Muller's team. Then you have genie Ray who was a lawyer for the Clinton foundation, then you got my favorite, Andrew Weissmann..

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"Years. This is how we treat this man and omitting the most critical document in the entire false statement case against Lieutenant General Flynn, and that is the three oh to witness reports, which if Muller's case was sound. There would reflect the assessment by the interviewing FBI agents that Flynn had indeed quote, lied to them when they grilled him in January of twenty seventeen. On the other hand of those FBI three oh to witness interview assessments failed to indicate the plan lied. Then as I suspect the Muller case as well as his career could be in deep trouble. Because the fact is we already know because Komi told us so that he didn't think that general Flynn lied, and neither did Andrew McCabe think that he'd lied, and neither did Peter Struck think that he lied and we had reported that back in may of last year. Then he asked the question. Why would he sign a plea agreement that said he lied when we know he didn't lie. Everybody knows he didn't lie the purpose. When you can't get the underlying crime on somebody. Well, the next thing you you have available to you is, you know, a process crime lying to the FBI. Okay. So that's what they go after this guy for and that's a year of his life. Putting his home up for sale now having, you know, be a convicted felon after a thirty three year career with a stellar record protecting his country because if those three are released I think I'm pretty confident that nobody's gonna say in there that they thought that general Flynn was lying. Congress along time ago press, the Justice department to hand over the three zero two's three zero to the conversations of of the meetings that they have in other words, the FBI would interview somebody like general Flynn, and they would file it. What what was said what happened under a three to does the FBI did not originally think that Flynn lied? Then FBI director March of two thousand seventeen James Komi told the house Intel committee that the two FBI agents who questioned Flynn did not detect any deception during the interview saw nothing that indicated to them that plan knew he was lying to them. You know, there is something as I ask any one of you right now. Think of your last birthday. Just in your mind's eye. Do this last birthday? And then think about who was there. Now, pick out one person that you know, you spoke to four say more than five minutes at your last birthday event. More than five minutes. How much of that conversation? Do you think? And this is now less than a year ago Mosul. Ming unless you're birthdays today. What what could you tell me in incomplete? Accuracy about the conversation. Probably nothing. And this is the problem, or, you know, maybe texted somebody after he's supposed to remember what you texted. I don't think you would. So call me now said essentially the same thing to the Senate Judiciary committee about about general Flynn. And you know that Chuck Grassley, quote, led us to believe the Justice department was unlikely to prosecute Flynn for false statements made in the interview Andrew McCabe told the house, quote, the two people who interviewed Flint did not think he was lying which was not a great beginning of false statement case, he told the house Intel committee house investigators have a chance to learn more on all of this when you know, apparently Komi appears before closed doors and his interview with members of the judiciary in the house oversight committee chairs and lawmakers have promised to release the transcript of the Komi interview within a day. So maybe we'll know next week or some other time. Now, this is the case of lying in crimes of lies than I think we've got to have if we're gonna have a Justice system that is fair, and we apply the laws equally equal application of our laws. Equal Justice for every American under the law that we have some really serious questions that we've got to ask you to the country because you know, there is a federal penal code that says it's unlawful to send stored classified information on personal emails. That's eighteen USC seven ninety three part of the espionage act. Now, we know that in fact, Hillary Clinton Ferro kkob, unlawful descend or store classified information on personal Email. We know Hillary Clinton did that repeatedly. That's what that whole server was four James Comey said she did that marked classified at the time. Then we have the violation of the federal records act of two thousand and nine section one two three six point two to the national archives. Records administration act requires that agencies that allow employees to send him receive official electron mail messages using a system not operated by the agency must ensure that federal records sent or received on such a system are preserved in the appropriate agency for record keeping and the record keeping system. Well that didn't happen with Hillary Clinton either. And we have the violation of the freedom of information act where veterans for a strong America filed a lawsuit against the State Department over the potential violations of the foia requests, and the chairman of that group explaining to the Washington Examiner that the foia request over the Benghazi affairs, specifically asked any personal Email accounts. Secretary Clinton may have used. This is stuff that Jeff Sessions should have been delving into deeply. Because for whatever reason he didn't the next attorney general should. And then we have a case where you know, although attorney general what about Loretta Lynch. Discussing golf grandchildren travels Forty-five minutes on a tarmac seen Bill Clinton. Just days before she is scheduled to make her decision on whether or not Hillary violated the law by having that secret server in the mom and pop shop bathroom closet. She's overseeing that entire investigation that could involve civil criminal violations. Dealing with the mishandling of classified emails, so employees ease shell act impartially and not give preferential treatment to any private organization or individual. Well, that's also the law. You think anybody, you know, maybe if your spouse was about to get a ruling handed down on whether or not they're going to be prosecuted, you think any of you would have gotten forty five minutes in a private jet with Loretta Lynch to talk about your grandchildren and golf intended out it employees shall endeavour to avoid actions, creating the appearance that they violated the law or the ethical standards set forth above and finally there's regulation governing. The department of Justice attorney must be disqualified from a criminal investigation because of a personal and political relationship that means that attorney general Lynch was prohibited from participating in any of this from the get go. It's a matter member she told Jim Komi a matter. You know, if you if you just start now applying everything here, you begin to see everything we've told you about the handling of the Clinton Email investigation. Why was there? No grand jury impaneled in that case. Why was she not charged with violating the espionage act? How is it? You can the lead. Subpoenaed emails thirty three thousand of them and clean out your hard drive with bleach pit and bust up your devices with hammers. Why isn't she getting the Flint treatment? How is that possible? What is does that not obstruction of Justice? James Comi closed the investigation. Why did he take it in house in the first place? Why didn't he let the field offices in the FBI handle, this particular case, why is it always the same people that were involved in every issue from Flynn to the Clintons to the Russian investigation toys, the same people, you know, Komiya publicly admitted he gave memo's recording his interactions with President Trump to a friend Columbia law school with the intention that the contents would be leaked to the media the New York Times so that that would result in the appointment of a special counsel. Those documents were created on an FBI computer, which dealt with an ongoing highly sensitive investigation, any reasonable observer would conclude that those memos were FBI property. So does leaking them in this unauthorized way mean that Komi is guilty of theft of government property records or that he violated the espionage espionage act himself? What about the dossier? You're gonna hear a lot about the dossier on Hannity tonight. Which was used to obtain FIS awards against Carter page and associated with the Trump campaign and to congressional committees are ready established the FBI knew the dossier was largely fabricated and James Comey himself described it to then incoming President Trump is salacious and unverified. Well, what about the fact that Hillary paid for it? They never told that to the Pfizer court judges that approved the application, and if it is salacious and unverified. How did it end up being the bulk of information as the Grassley Graham and Nunez memo's pointed out and the dossier was compiled by someone that we know had a bias and animus towards Donald Trump afar. National by the name of Christopher Steele. By the way, we know Glenn Simpson or either him more somebody else lied to congress. Here's a list of people that we know lied to congress. We know that Andrew we know that James Clapper lied to congress. I refer you to a January nineteen twenty eighteen USA today article headlined, James Clapper lies to congress. We have the guardian pointing out CI director Brennan lied to congress have a New York Post article from two thousand seventeen Loretta Lynch. Lied to congress Washington Examiner piece James Komi lied to congress. We have you the James call me on Loretta Lynch townhall piece again lying to congress. If investors I think it's IBD Eric Holder lied to congress, Lois Lerner, Washington Times. Lied to congress US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew under the Obama administration. Lied to congress about a key part of the Iranian deal. We all know the FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe, Washington Times. Lied to congress and investigators. We also know that Clinton aide Cheryl mills lied to DOJ officials that twos covered by the Washington Examiner. I don't see any of these people going through the treatment that general Flynn has gone through in the last year. Abidine daily caller lied to congress and DOJ officials. Get where we're going here. They don't want to release any of the information. You know, I loved what Giuliani said last night. You know, it's like this is comparable to spitting on the sidewalk. Especially in light of the man's life and career of service. And the fact that the information that they had it's like imagine. Let's go back to the birthday analogy. Your last birthday. You had a conversation. Pick one person you might have had a conversation with five minutes. And let's say that the that the people that are interviewing you about that conversation a year later have the exact transcript, well, they had the exact transcript of Michael Flynn because they violated his fourth amendment rights by illegal surveillance, not using the process of minimization and literally unmasking illegal an American citizen, general Flynn and an American war hero. And then leaking long raw intelligence to say he lied because he didn't remember the contents of a conversation that he had with his soon to be counterpart. I don't really consider that lying in any any manner. But I think it would became much deeper than that. Because I think they threatened his family, and he probably had no choice. You know, they're sick puppies Giuliani said he's right. You know, they provided first hand information about the content and context ear. Now next up we're going to have and Manafort, you know, I don't think who knows what those sentencing guidelines are gonna say, I guess, Colin. Maybe we'll get the biggest break of all probably Manafort was looking at the rest of his life in jail..

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"Years. This is how we treat this man and omitting the most critical document in the entire false statement case against Lieutenant General Flynn, and that is the three oh to witness reports, which if Muller's case was sound. There would reflect the assessment by the interviewing FBI agents that Flynn had indeed quote, lied to them when they grilled him in January of twenty seventeen. On the other hand of those FBI three oh to witness interview assessments failed to indicate that plan lied. Then as I suspect Muller case as well as his career could be in deep trouble. Because the fact is we already know because Komi told us so that he didn't think that general Flynn lied, and neither did Andrew McCabe think that he'd lied, and neither did Peter Struck think that he lied and we had reported that back in may of last year. Then you asked the question. Why would he sign a plea agreement that said he lied when we know he didn't lie. Everybody knows he didn't lie the purpose. When you can't get the underlying crime on somebody. Well, the next thing you you have available to you is, you know, a process crime lying to the FBI. Okay. So that's what they go after this guy for and that's a year of his life. Putting his home up for sale. Now, having a, you know, be a convicted felon after thirty three. A year career with a stellar record protecting his country because of those three oh two's are released. I think I'm pretty confident that nobody's gonna say in there that they thought that general Flynn was lying congress along time ago press the Justice department to hand over the three oh twos. Three zero to the conversations of of the meetings that they have in other words, the FBI would interview somebody like general Flynn. They would file it. What what was said what happened under a three? Oh to the FBI did not originally think that Flynn lied. Then FBI director March two seventeen James Komi told the house Intel committee that the two F B I agents who questioned Flynn did not detect any deception during the interview saw nothing that indicated to them that plan knew he was lying to them. There is something as I ask any one of you right now. Think of your last birthday. Just in your mind's eye. Do this last birthday? And then think about who was there. Now, pick out one person that you know, you spoke to four say more than five minutes at your last birthday event. More than five minutes. How much of that conversation? Do you think? And this is now less than a year ago Mosul. Ming unless you're birthdays today. What what could you tell me in complete accuracy about the conversation? Probably nothing. And this is the problem, or, you know, maybe you texted somebody after he's supposed to remember what you texted. I don't think you would. So call me now set essentially the same thing to the Senate Judiciary committee about about general Flynn. And you know that Chuck Grassley, quote, led us to believe the Justice department was unlikely to prosecute Flynn for false statements made in the interview Andrew McCabe told the house, quote, the two people who interviewed Flint did not think he was lying which was not a great beginning of a false statement case, he told the house Intel committee house investigators have a chance to learn more on all of this. When you know parents Komi appears before closed doors in his interview with members of the judiciary in the house oversight committee chairs and lawmakers have promised to release the transcript of the Komi interview within a day. So maybe we'll know next week or some other time. Now, this is the case of lying in crimes of lies. Then I think we've got to have if we're going to have a Justice system that is fair, and we apply the laws equally equal application of our laws. Equal Justice for every American under the law that we have some really serious questions that we've got to ask a country because you know, there is a federal penal code that says it's unlawful to send stored classified information on personal emails. That's eighteen USC seven ninety three part of the espionage act. Now, we know that in fact, Hillary Clinton Ferro kkob, unlawful descend or store classified information on personal Email. We know Hillary Clinton did that repeatedly. That's what that whole server was for James Comey said she did that marked classified at the time. Then we have the violation of the federal records act of two thousand and nine section one two three six point two two national archives. Records administration act requires that agencies that allow employees to send him receive official electron mail messages using system not operated by the agency must ensure that federal records sent or received on such a system are preserved in the appropriate agency for record keeping and the record keeping system. Well that didn't happen with Hillary Clinton either. And we have the violation of the freedom of information act where veterans for a strong America filed a lawsuit against the State Department over the potential violations of the foia requests, and the chairman of that group explaining to the Washington Examiner that the foia request over the Benghazi affairs, specifically asked with any personal Email accounts. Secretary Clinton may have used. This is stuff that Jeff Sessions should have been delving into deeply. Because for whatever reason he didn't the next attorney general should. And then we have a case where you know, although attorney general what about Loretta Lynch. Discussing golf grandchildren travels Forty-five minutes on a tarmac seen Bill Clinton. Just days before she is scheduled to make her decision on whether or not Hillary violated the law by having that secret server in the mom and pop shop bathroom closet. She's overseeing that entire investigation that could involve civil criminal violations. Dealing with the mishandling of classified emails, so employees shell act impartially and not give preferential treatment to any private organization or individual. Well, that's also the law. You think anybody, you know, maybe if your spouse was about to get a ruling handed down on whether or not they're going to be prosecuted, you think any of you would have gotten forty five minutes in a private jet with Loretta Lynch to talk about your, grandchildren, and golf tend to doubt it. Employees shall endeavour to avoid actions, creating the appearance that they violated the law or the ethical standards set forth above and finally there's regulation governing. The department of Justice attorney must be disqualified from a criminal investigation because of a personal and political relationship that means that attorney general Lynch was prohibited from participating in any of this from the get go. It's a matter member she told Jim Komi a matter. You know, if you just start now applying everything here, you begin to see everything we've told you about the handling of the Clinton Email investigation. Why was there? No grand jury impaneled in that case. Why was she not charged with violating the espionage act? How is it? You can delete. Subpoenaed. Emails thirty three thousand of them and clean out your hard drive with bleach bit and bust up your devices with hammers. Why isn't she getting the Flint treatment? How is that possible? What is does that not obstruction of Justice? James Comi closed the investigation. Why did he take it in house in the first place? Why do you need let the field offices in the FBI handle, this particular case, why is it always the same people that were involved in every issue from Flynn to the Clintons to the Russian investigation toys, the same people. You know combing at publicly admitted he gave memo's recording his interactions with President Trump to a friend of Columbia law school with the intention that the contents would be leaked to the media the New York Times so that that would result in the appointment of a special counsel. Those documents were created on an FBI computer, which dealt with an ongoing highly sensitive investigation, any reasonable observer would conclude that those memos were FBI property. So does leaking them in this unauthorized way mean that Komi is guilty of theft of government property records or that he violated the espionage espionage act himself? What about the dossier? You're gonna hear a lot about the dossier on Hannity tonight. Which was used to obtain Fiso awards against Carter page and associated with the Trump campaign to congressional committees are ready established the FBI knew the dossier was largely fabricated and James Comey himself described it to then incoming President Trump is salacious and unverified. Well, what about the fact that Hillary paid for it? They never told that to the Pfizer court judges that approved the application, and if it is les Schwab and unverified. How did it end up being the bulk of information as the Grassley Graham and Nunez memo's pointed out and the dossier was compiled by someone that we know had a bias and animus towards Donald Trump a foreign national by the name of Christopher Steele. By the way, we know Glenn Simpson or either him more somebody else lied to congress. Here's a list of people that we know lied to congress. We know that Andrew we know that James Clapper lied to congress. I refer you to a January nineteen twenty USA today article headlined, James Clapper lies to congress. We have the guardian pointing out CI director Brennan lied to congress. They have a New York Post article from two thousand seventeen Loretta Lynch. Lied to congress have Washington Examiner piece James Komi lied to congress. We have you the James call on Loretta Lynch townhall piece again lying to congress. If investors I think it's IBD Eric Holder lied to congress, Lois Lerner, Washington Times. Lied to congress US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew under the Obama administration. Lied to congress about a key part of the Iranian deal. We all know the FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe, Washington Times. Lied to congress and investigators. We also know that Clinton aide Cheryl mills lied to DOJ officials twos covered by the Washington Examiner. I don't see any of these people going through the treatment that general Flynn has gone through in the last year. Abidine daily caller lied to congress and DOJ officials. Get where we're going here. They don't want to release any of the information. You know, I loved what Giuliani said last night. You know, it's like this is comparable to spitting on the sidewalk. Especially in light of the man's life and career of service. And the fact that the information that they had it's like imagine. Let's go back to the birthday analogy. Your last birthday. You had a conversation. Pick one person you might add a conversation with five minutes. And let's say that the that the people that are interviewing you about that conversation a year later have the exact transcript, well, they had the exact transcript of Michael Flynn because they violated his fourth amendment rights by illegal surveillance, not using the process of minimization and literally unmasking illegal an American citizen, general Flynn and an American war hero. And then leaking long raw intelligence to say he lied because he didn't remember the contents of a conversation that he had with his soon to be counterpart. I don't really consider that lying in any any manner. But I think it became much deeper than that. Because I think they threatened his family, and he probably had no choice. You know, they're sick puppies Giuliani said he's right. They provided. First hand information about the content and context here. Now next up. We're going to have cone and Manafort, you know, I don't think who knows what those sentencing guidelines are gonna say, I guess, Colin. Maybe we'll get the biggest break of all. And probably Manafort was looking at the rest of his life in jail..

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