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What Democrats Are Doing Is a Moral and Constitutional Abomination

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 9 months ago

What Democrats Are Doing Is a Moral and Constitutional Abomination

"Are fed up. And i promise you this idiotic. Effort to force people to get a vaccine in the workplace is a huge part of it. I'm angry about it. And i'm angry about about to get a booster. I guess i don't know. I'm going to get the what happens with the booster johnson and johnson. I got an employee who's going to get his booster today and eric's all set to go set up an appointment. He got to the pfizer. Vaccine the to dose. And he's going to get fis booster. I wanna find out what my antibodies are. I keep forgetting to call the doctor and get a test set up. I wanna know where my antibodies are. And what he thinks. I should do about getting a booster. I think he believes. I should get one if he does. I'm gonna get it. I shouldn't be fired if i don't and we are into a state and this article is so important i want to read more of it. From joy pullman of the federalist and you hear from this last guy in north carolina paul. Who's about to be fired after a thirty year. Career at american airlines when he america. You're gonna fire your pilots. Paul did at the airline but apparently thirty percent of american airline pilots aren't getting the vaccine joy pullman rights what democrats are doing as republicans stand down yet again is a moral and constitutional abomination not even the fig leaf pose of a pen signing balderdash phil document is needed for today's democrats. Whatever they say you do

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Pfizer Exposed: Unpacking Multiple Vaccine Bombshells with James O' Keefe

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 9 months ago

Pfizer Exposed: Unpacking Multiple Vaccine Bombshells with James O' Keefe

"James Thank you for the wonderful work that you're doing for our country and can just kinda summarize kind of starting with the hhs whistleblower what you have been revealing to the american people because it was happening so quick. I think some of it got lost in the weight of it. James walk through it well. We released a jody. The hhs was recorded nurses the hhs facility in arizona saying that The code vaccine was causing myocarditis heart issues. Which is not reported to the cdc. That's was claims made by er doctors that hostile. That was our first install. The largest watch most watched video. And project veritas history. But it's the story of fda official bragging about blow darting. African americans show clearly showed you contempt for the american people that was in. Fda official on hidden camera third installment featured. Johnson johnson employees saying they will not give the vaccine kids and saying itself. The number is money and power of questioning the efficacy of the vaccine and you had the fourth installment which is probably the most powerful monday pfizer executive. Admitting the antibodies are stronger than the vaccine. Something that is common sense. But the media won't actually say media. That's disinformation we were recording visor scientists saying and then today's or yesterday's story featuring another whistle blower inside adviser releasing emails from top executives. Saying that they are lying to the people saying to keep secret information about leedle cells using the development of the fis kodak scene and saying they do not want the american consumer to know. This question is why. Don't they want the american renault. This question every american journalists regardless of your politics should be asking because we can all agree in the law of non contradiction whether you're left right democrat republican. We should not support

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Tyron Woodley vs. Matt Brown: Who Would Win This Hypothetical Fight?

MMA Junkie Radio

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Tyron Woodley vs. Matt Brown: Who Would Win This Hypothetical Fight?

"I think tyron woodley is obviously a hard puncher doesn't have a diverse boxing attack in one of these guys accused dunham as being hesitant and i think they kinda knew all things former champ avenge ben atkins loss. So we got. That tied can talk a good game. Getting older yeah. Let's take this thing will be faced and then a safe and then when they noticed that this was a close fight. I think they're going to go back the okay. That was a close one against the guy that's kind of hesitant and is getting older. We gotta be careful here because if there's someone that likes to at all no problem matt brown for example matt brown saying the king of ohio or something like that see. I don't think we've ever accused him of being hesitant and he can throw hands. He is older but a but he's older not hesitant. I don't know now as your strong i think cumulative punch fis yes he can put you out the same way time on can do it with one punch so i don't know that might be dangerous. Fight for what do you think it's just. I don't know that matt brown skills transfer over to boxing. You know what. I mean like the timing of it speed is going to be a big factor. I think but on at the same on the same now. It's like i. I don't know that jake. Paul zach great. Either that he could explain things like that he probably be in the same boat that he would be with would be

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NYDIG Partners With FIS to Offer Bitcoin via Hundreds of Banks

Unchained

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

NYDIG Partners With FIS to Offer Bitcoin via Hundreds of Banks

"Bitcoin in your bank account fintech firm f. Fis is partnering with digital asset manager. Dick to bring about an industry first customers at hundreds of us banks will be able to purchase hoddle or sell bitcoin directly within their bank account without having to go through an exchange such as coin base or payment obligation like paypal ni- dig will handle custody insecurity. The program has already enrolled hundreds of smaller institutions as reported by cnbc night big is in discussions with several of the larger banks in the us. About bringing them into the program. Morgan stanley and goldman sachs have already announced that they will offer bitcoin funds to their high net worth clients with j. p. morgan repeatedly mulling a similar product. Perhaps the decision of smaller banks to train front run. Bitcoin adoption for the everyday customer will pressure the larger institutions to follow suit for their retail customers

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What if we vaccinated everyone in poorer countries first?

Coronacast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

What if we vaccinated everyone in poorer countries first?

"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen. Thailand and opposition journalist alter norman swan is tuesday the ninth of march two thousand and twenty one. So let's talk today about who gets vaccines when and let's talk about it from a global perspective because we've been talking a lot in australia about phase one a phase one b and all that sort of thing but really we have virtually no virus. It'll in australia. And it's running rampant around the globe and as we were saying yesterday when the virus running rampant in poorer countries. there's a high likelihood of variants popping up. That could cause problems with vaccines that we've got so ruth is ask us. Would it be betta for australia to vaccinate ourselves first and then turn our attentions to helping. Poor countries get vaccinated all to prioritize vaccinating people in poor countries first and then vaccinating australians. Second well there is a way through this but it's politically fraught one is that you could really go and make sure that all workers. That's everybody airport. Workers airport catering workers airline crews etc and their families and households are all unionized and preferably with the pfizer. Vaccines works quickly and his high performance. Hopefully against the variance and higher performance than astra. Also if you were to immunize. Australians before they come back home harder much harder to do then serious pretty well protected with our contact tracing and so on. And we've got time and therefore you could in theory divert two countries around us at an earlier. Stage the problem there is we would have to actually go into those countries and help them implement. It's not enough just to jump. Fis are at their door and hope that it actually gets there. We would have to devote resources to helping like we did with hiv by the way to helping. Those countries implement prevention and implement immunization campaigns. Many of them are pretty good at it but the probably need help to do that. So it's not just. The vaccine is the services in order to do it and the cold chain which is quite considerable so the issue could and it makes public health sense internationally if you could suppress this in countries where it's running rampant and have fewer variants being thrown off. Then you would actually make a big difference. But if you think of indonesia it's a huge country with a vast population and it would require concerted international effort to make sure indonesia it's enough doses and implements them and then you've got the pacific islands some of which are very competent. Doing this sort of thing and some of which might have problems. It's not straightforward australia's a rich country. But it's not particularly be country on the global scale would estimating vaccines really make that much of a difference. Mchugh difference to the pacific islands where the populations are small and we could certainly deliver enough vaccine to really get great coverage and places like fiji to value solomon islands and so on because the small populations and we can certainly devote enough vaccine there to get really great coverage the issues indonesia which is going too fast population as i said and chaotic health system in some parts and some of the islands massive cappella ago. So the question is what do you do. But indonesia howdy helping to nesia the sort of those. We could give would be a little bit of a drop in the ocean which require other nations to help out am and other suppliers to help heart.

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On the front lines of Victoria's vaccine rollout

Coronacast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

On the front lines of Victoria's vaccine rollout

"I'm health reported teigen tayla opposition and journalists ultra. Norman swan is tuesday. The second of march and of course we know the vaccine rolette is happening all across australia and to give us a bit of an insight of how it's going in melbourne. We have a special guest today. Welcoming back professor marian kinda who's head of infectious diseases at western health. Thanks for making time. For us marian. Good morning so marian. Just give us a sense of what you've had to do and what you're covering and and the challenge at western health. We are responsible for the tolerant. Airports border on staff including flight crew as well as the hospitals in our catchment area. So that is. The pack will campus as well as western health and some other hospitals as well. You talk them at the time. Precious that have been anew with just mobilizing for these vaccine. Rollout lots of people in our organization have described as doing six months of work in three weeks. A lot of people put in a lot of effort to get this up and running. And i'm just so proud of what we have been able to achieve. Now we've heard a lot about training. How different is dealing with this pfizer. Vaccine from pooping call for measles australia. One of the major things which is different is one. This is an ultra. Low temperature require the cold chain requirements at different and in addition we have to use multi. Does files and in australia. Multi smiles have not been used much at all and this is a very very precious product and so we want to make sure that we maximise the number of doses that we can get out of a multi file so for the fis vaccine. That is that we aim to take out six doses out of fat multi file which is a challenge because we constantly do not have what a cold low dead space needles overloaded space syringes. That are family style absolutely great and they are able to reliably get sixty six out of multidex files. Solo did space. Needle is nato where. There's not a bit of a minimum amount of vaccine. That's left in it after it's been completely delib is correct correct and so we want to make sure with. Everybody gets exactly the dose that they need. And if you don't have a low dead space being you have vaccine that is lifting the end. The person does not get the full amount or you cannot get the full dose of the vaccine pulled out of the multi vile and you've got to go to w. correct so. This is a complex process. So i'll pharmacy staff. They spent one week specifically training for this to make sure that they abide by be cold chain requirements which has significant in addition to make sure that they use the proper aseptic technique. So that they don't have any contamination of vile that occurs and then they practiced and practiced and practiced to make sure with dummy vials to make sure that they could get the appropriate number of doses. Out of that multi vile.

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Is Astra the wrong vaccine for border workers?

Coronacast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

Is Astra the wrong vaccine for border workers?

"One of the big milestones we had about yesterday. Was that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. I devices of that have arrived in australia. Which is something that we've been waiting for. We're in phase one of the role at at the moment and those are the priority people. And i thought that those people were getting the fis at shot. But now we've got the oxford esters shut here. Are they going to be getting that as well and should they be getting that as well. We're in the press release from the prime minister and the minister. They say that they will guess. That's what they say in the press release and in fact the minister himself a week or so ago a press conference said the same thing that there would be a mix of these vaccines and the trouble with. That is an an accord. Chris murray who ahead on seven thirty last monday which he was. Who's the head of the institute for health. Metrics evaluation in seattle is. That astra is the wrong vaccine. If you're looking at borders let's pull back a little bit about what you're trying to achieve and your vaccine strategy are vaccine strategy is really for a country that has lots of covid around in the middle of covid outbreak. Because you want to partake. H care quite rightly aged care. Workers quite rightly you want to get in there and then you want to protect the rest of the population you want to. Doctors nurses people who work in hospitals all that nor question and we still want to do that but if the virus gets in through the borders that's how the virus gets seen it doesn't suddenly pop aged care home or residential care or pop up in the alfred hospital in melbourne. It comes from overseas. We'll come back to the new zealand situation currently in a minute. So the total strategy in the first instance should be about the borders if we can keep our borders secure. The virus won't get in and then we've got time to immunize for safety reasons. The rest of the population and so astro is the wrong vaccine for. That is not the wrong vaccine. I'll get. I want to say up front. I will get the astro vaccine. I'll be happy to get it. It will protect you in severe disease. But it won't necessarily protect our borders. It will against probably against the uk variant. It's not going to protect almost certainly against us at african variant which only showed ten percent efficacy against. We don't know what is going to do against the brazilian variant which shows vaccine escape. And there's the california variant in american various which. Look as if they might be a bit vaccine resistant themselves and so what we should be doing is saying well astra's fine and the scottish artist suggests it's fine for preventing severe disease but that's for a country that we should be covered getting in the first place. So that's about the pfizer vaccine because it stops transmission. More effectively than the astra zeneca vaccine. I it works within three weeks. You don't have to wait. Three months for the efficacy. Second reason is that moderna there is no. There are no data drawn. Skerritt said on chronic is last week for pfizer. But it's almost identical vaccines to madeira and moderna reasonable efficacy against the south african vary not great but much better than ten percent and and it gives stronger immunity faster so for our borders we should be using pfizer and getting quick protection and we should be protecting their households. Because where's it gonna go after they get infected should he be infected. And if it's the south african is going to go to members of their households at a higher chance so their families or flatmates should be immunized with pfizer to and then the third thing that we should be doing which nobody's talking about just wondering why not but when i talk and by the way this is not necessarily me talking actually sounded out on people who know what they're talking about who aren't where willingness to publicly contradict the government. They say es actually what we should be doing and it's largely what new zealand is doing. They are immunizing. their hotel. boorda workers and their immunizing their families. They've had an outbreak which will come to in a minute. The other thing we should be doing is actually having a forward strategy. Which is if you want to get back into australia. Get immunized and we should help them so some vaccine doses could go overseas to australia. Scott send send it over to make sure the co chain right to our consulates and remember. Pfizer is not quite as temperature sensitive as people say. It's it's a problem once you've dominated you've got to get rid of it but it's not quite temperature sensitive as can last for a while so if you're an australian in london paris and new york senate to this german embassy or their physicians. They've got doctors attached and immunize streams. Get them to pay for. It is cheaper than a hotel quarantine and so you. Don't get on the plane until you've had two doses and you waited another two weeks so you're fully immunized

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Vaccines arrive in Australia. Now the challenge begins

Coronacast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Vaccines arrive in Australia. Now the challenge begins

"We mocked a really significant milestone in the coronavirus pandemic e that. We've been having norman. The first isis of the fis coronavirus vaccine. Which has been approved for use by the therapeutic goods administration touchdown in australia. Ready to start rolling them at next week to the high priority groups so big milestone. what does the next phase actually look like though the rollout. Well i think a lot of it's been left to the states a suspect that what you'll see is remarkable uniformity which is the first line of defense and the first line of people who are most vulnerable as we've seen again and again and again people who are working on our borders driving buses transporting people from the airport and working in hotels looking people who've just arrived so those are the people who will be immunized i i i would imagine a right around the country that will protect them. They will get the pfizer vaccine. Mostly which is good because that gives the most chance of reducing transmission if they do get infected was protecting them against disease and then aged care and high priority. Health care workers so frontline healthcare workers that first phase and. We haven't heard too much of exactly. Who's going to do what we're in terms of administering vaccines. I know that. A lot of general practices have volunteered. We do have a good network of general practices. So should be okay. But i'm getting any feedback from various parts of australia. Saying they're really from people in the business. If you like who are saying. They're really not sure what the plans are so. I think it's still a work in progress. But the first phase shoot go ok e one would hope and then there's a process of with komo's taking responsibility for care and getting enough doses out into each care which are most vulnerable communities. Should the vaccine escape into the general community right one of the questions that were getting a lot of from people from audience members. He's will we be notified when it's when it's out turn but we don't know that yet. I'm not sure how that's how that is indeed going to work. But i assume that there are ways through medicare numbers and other means that the government can text phone number. I know but. I assume that there are ways of finding out who you are. What you've got an assume that also that your general practitioner how to battling those are the sorts of things that are not entirely clear how people will be identified individually so the scale of vaccinating an entire country even with a relatively small population like ustralia is a messy. Ask so we heard last week will health organization expert advisor from the university of new south. Wales mary louise mc laws saying that. We're going to need to vaccinate something like one hundred ninety thousand people per day to get to the targets that have been set for october this year. Is that going to be feasible. Well low to middle income countries do mass vaccination programmes all the time but they do frequently in fact some some would say that. They're better equipped than many advanced countries richer countries to do this and we've had a rabies outbreak through extraordinary numbers very quickly and and so you can get large venues with nurses factory. Like processes logistic simplified dines. It's all there and people head for mass vaccination areas. You can actually get through very large numbers very quickly if you need to you so those numbers are not impossible. But they are hard to achieve. It's gonna take a ramp up so we're going to start off slow and then ramp up from there. The rate limiting step is actually going to be the supply of vaccines. Are we going to have seven. Hundred thousand dozes available a week and it's going to take a while to to that point so i think that's the issue rob van. Can we administer those vaccines. i mean. Interestingly we do fifty to sixty thousand covid tests a day nationally at the moment perhaps a similar framework could be used to roll out the vaccines. Yeah i think they are thinking of respiratory clinics that model being used as well with the drive through with the general general practitioners which was very useful as well as public hospitals providing those sort of drive through facilities as well. You can get through very large numbers. You just go to have accused people ready together. You've got to have the supply. You gotta have the cold chain and you've got to be computerized so that you can enter people's names into the register and you've got to somewhere where you can keep them for fifteen minutes and then observe them with resuscitation facilities so it's not a simple as during the

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What Medical Conditions Will  prevent Or Limit Covid Vaccinations?

Coronacast

01:20 min | 1 year ago

What Medical Conditions Will prevent Or Limit Covid Vaccinations?

"What medical conditions will prevent old limit. Covid vaccination were medical conditions. You can't call. Pregnancy medical condition but pregnancy at the moment is an open question because the vaccine mostly not being tested in pregnant women. It's highly unlikely it's dangerous and different countries have different arrangements. We've yet to see what's going to happen here. So that's one thing. Young children is another again. Just to spe- sorted out as time goes on and as we get towards the end we will find out people who are immunocompromised. Do need to have this immunization. And it's quite likely that what they re immunization that they should have is in fact. The fis are one because it seems to give a much stronger deeper response and if your compromise you want to stimulate your immune system quite deeply so there's that people who've had an nf electic reaction need to be careful with the pfizer vaccine yet to be seen whether there's any reactions to the astro on it. So compound in the fis vaccine. That does it so at the moment. I don't know of any others. But if you're extremely frail and your doctor who the person's daughter would say look you've only got a very limited time to live than most people would say that you probably shouldn't have the vaccine because the stress on your immune system may be too much apart from that. It's not entirely clear. Who else would be

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COVID-19 vaccine may reduce virus transmission.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:46 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 vaccine may reduce virus transmission.

"Covid nineteen vaccine shows a hint that it may reduce transmission of the virus in office strong protection for three months on just a single dose researchers said on wednesday in an encouraging turn in the campaign to suppress the outbreak. The preliminary findings from oxford university. A co developer of the vaccine could vindicate the british government's controversial strategy of delaying vaccine shot for up to twelve weeks so that more people can be quickly given a first dose up to now the recommended time between doses has been four weeks. The research could also bring scientists closer to an answer to one of the big questions about the vaccination drive. Will the vaccines actually curb. The spread of the corona virus. It's not clear. What implications if any the findings might have for the two other major vaccines being used in the west pfizer and madonna in the united states. Dr anthony found. She dismissed the idea of deliberately delaying. Second shots saying the. Us will go by the science and data from the clinical trials. The two doses of the fis into madonna vaccines are supposed to be given three and four weeks apart still. The research appears to be good news in the desperate efforts to arrest the spread of the virus and also suggests a way to ease vaccine shortages into more arms more quickly but it was unclear whether the vaccines could also suppress transmission of the virus. That is where the someone inoculated could still acquire the without getting sick and spread it to others as a result. Experts have been saying that even people who have been vaccinated should continue to wear masks and keep their distance from others.

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You thought herd immunity would save us? Maybe not

Coronacast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

You thought herd immunity would save us? Maybe not

"We're talking about pandemics norman one of the phrases that was bandied about a lot especially at the beginning was the idea of herd immunity that we get to a stage where the virus con spread willy nilly through the community anymore because enough people have had it that it doesn't spread as rapidly anymore and the theoretical threshold for that based on how much a single person with covid sort of tends to spread to was about sixty seventy percent. So what do we know about places in the world where there has been a lot of cover transmission whether we're reaching this community threshold and it's actually making a difference. Well funny you should say that because a couple of days ago in the lancet published a report from brazil which is actually quite disturbing. So the reported from a city in brazil called monas- who are monogamous. Which is in the amazon northwest brazil. I think it is and they had done a study of blood. Donors indicated four seventy. Six percent of the population had been affected with sars cov to by october of last year. And therefore you would assume with fat pie attack rates. You've got herod immunity which is above sixty as you said between sixteen seventy percent except that happened in january in other words just this month between the first of january in january nineteenth compared to december first two thousand nine hundred they had three thousand four hundred thirty one hospital admissions for sars coffee to for covid nineteen compared to five hundred and fifty two in the first twenty days for three weeks of december right. So they've had a big spike last year. It's dropped off. And now the saying a big spike again now. This and hospitalizations had remained low for about seven months. And you've just seen this spike in january and The question is what's going on here. So you could have overestimated the attack rate and the haired immunity ratio so possible that it's a high estimate in terms of when people were immune but even their low estimates based on perhaps errors in their assumptions of Wayne people what antibody response. It's still about fifty two percent as their low estimate there and that should still can fair some degree of immunity. But they do say that when you compare. The blood donors to average population. There was no difference in the university seems to be quite a representative sample of the general community. So they assume but seventy six percent is accurate so then they go onto looking at whether or not. There's been a waning of antibodies. During that time that could be other response but they showed that you and british healthcare workers reinfection was rare up to about six months after the primary infection. It could be due to variance because we've talked a lot on kron cast by the variance in brazil and they've really got to three lineages of variants in brazil which could be both more virulent and indeed war contagious. So the worry here is that we don't really know why they've had a resurgence in a community that should be pretty immune and it's not that these people are getting a model infection the second time around either because the measure that they looking at his hospitalization so presumably people quite sick. Yes and there is growing evidence that some some of these variants are were virulence. Although that's that's not been confirmed in any pure view jr journal. In fact one thing i need to say. But this paper is that it's in the lancet. And therefore it has gone undergone some degree of peer review rather than some of the other pre publication papers. We sometimes court from. So what are we. Take away from this. It seems like a pretty scary fact is is heard immunity. A false goal. Do we know whether vaccination is going to have a long long lasting immunity associated with it like this kind of worrying. It is kind of wearing. The good news is that consistent evidence from immunization at least with the astro vaccine and the fis vaccine even though the astro vaccine may be less efficacious at preventing all disease is that they do seem to generate an immune response. That's bigger and deeper than you get from alive infection which is very unusual. 'cause usually live infections. Give you a better degree of immunity particularly with influenza. But it seems to be contradicted in this. So it's likely that vaccination gives you a better immune response that lasts longer. But you'd have to say that from the study you don't have to watch pretty closely whether or not immunity wayne's faster are your vulnerable to variants more than people have thoughts. I mean it's it's mystery could be wrong but it's a it's a real warning sign.

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What's with the hold-up with the Pfizer vaccine?

Coronacast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

What's with the hold-up with the Pfizer vaccine?

"And the quest for a vaccine for coronavirus has been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster. Norman has an like we've been. We knew that it was needed. The science is massive. Things have been approved. And then now. We're looking at the especially the fis. Abondoned take vaccine. Which was the first cab off the rank and a lot of people around the world. Millions of people around the world are relying on it. there's delays and maybe today we could just take a bit of a step back and look at what it actually tixx or what is taken specifically to get the five vaccine up in the first place and just give people a bit of a sense of what the challenge is to get that out all around. The world is obviously enormous task. Pfizer has committed to one point three billion doses in two thousand twenty one and just up to two billion. And that's what they claim is the Is the hold up in terms of their faxing supplies. They've had to retool a factory to be able to increase their those production over the course of twenty. Twenty one to two billion doses. The marnie vaccine is supposedly an easier. Vaccine to manufacture requires different technology from the one. We've got here in australia. But they claim it's easier than some of the other more traditional vaccines we do know that The nova vaccine which is another one of the vaccines that we've committed to hear. Industry has had problems with manufacturer for the clinical trial. They've got a novel technology that links. The protein the fight the spike protein. To what's called an antient stimulate the immune so they've had some problems with that and others have had problems as well so i. It's right across the board in terms of manufacturing problems to this kind of scale so in theory easier to produce an marin vaccine bought. There are issues. No question about that but pfizer. And i did an interview with the md of pfizer australia for tonight. Seven thirty was saying that really their main issue was tooling up from one point. Three billion dollars target to two billion does target.

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Should we re-think who gets the vaccine first?

Coronacast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Should we re-think who gets the vaccine first?

"So the vaccines are coming as we keep saying and we keep hearing but one of the big discussion points. This week is who should get it first. So we've talked about this before we've talked about high risk groups like elderly people. 'cause they're at high risk of severe disease being at the front of the queue and healthcare workers because they have a high likelihood of both catching it and also spreading it. The obvious ones but there's been arguments that teachers should be given priority treatment and supermarket workers because they are frontline workers. And maybe we should also consider giving it to people who work in quarantine hotels transport because they've been spread as in the past when we have a limited supply of the vaccine. Straight up. norman. Who should be at the front of that queue. It's hard to argue with the priorities. The federal government's put out and in fact hotel quarantine workers boorda workers people dealing with people come from overseas drivers. They are actually at the front of the queue and they need to be because they are our first line of defense and they're also the most vulnerable so they need to be protected and if the vaccines dupe prevent transmission they will also be a ring of defense so that they will kind of if they do get infected they will resist infection not spread it into the community so they are very much early recipients of the vaccine the vaccine healthcare workers are hard to argue with particularly in aged care as our feel elderly care because they are extremely vulnerable to serious illness. So again it's hard to argue with that you've really gotta go for care and protection and saving lives and saving severe disease as your first priority and also if possible preventing transmission the community and remember h. Care has been a transmission point as well once it gets into each care. And they've been focused of clusters so then. The debate is a perfectly reasonable one who dealing with say young kids teachers and others of the front lines such as supermarket workers. You can argue that too on the basis of protection now. There is another argument here. Once you've covered the people who are most vulnerable whether in fact by then you'll know more about reduce transmission and whether you should switch tack because in fact if you really wanna reduce transmission in the community you need to immunize people who are at most risk of infection and those are not the elderly. The people who are at risk of infection are the younger people in the community because they know my bow their more mobile how they're out there the socially mixing and so you'd head off for people aged over eighteen and under sixty five and they might become your higher priority because if they are protected from infection they will van protect the people and that's true hair immunity. And then you away at that so that would require a bit of a radical change in approach and an assumption that you're reducing transmission but it should be more information coming in from the towns of moves. People who've been immunized overseas is already some evidence from israel reduce transmission but again in israel. The haven't yet moved into those age groups so you can't really tell but by the time we get there we might be in a position to say let's pivot and will actually go really go hell for leather for young people so we know that in australia with getting two different types of vaccine mckenna smallest supply of the fayza shot and then a lot of the oxford astrazeneca shot which has been a source of debate in australia. Because there's different efficacy between those two vaccines. And we've actually had a question about that from one about isreaeli karenna costa's gary who lives on a kibbutz and gary makes the point in agriculture. When we give treatment against pests or does as a good farmer does not repeat the same treatment twice in the same season. You should use different products different methods to attack the same disease or pest and he's wondering whether the same would bear out with a vaccine. Well if we move away from the mango and avocado plantations on an israeli boots towards vaccines. The reality with a vaccine. Is that almost all if not all at this. Stage have been designed based on the wuhan version of the corona virus from almost a year ago. So it's a good question but the reality is that changing vaccines not going to change the target. The target is despite protein from wuhan virus. It may be as time goes on and particularly with the worry about the south african variant of the virus that you might be getting code anti escape or antibody escape and you might need to redesign the vaccine with a new spike protein. In which case. Probably the fis are and moderna. Vaccines are going to be more flexible to do that. And they say we can do that within six weeks so it's not much it's not so much by varying the vaccine technology because the vaccines are all targeting. The same part of the virus

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Should we re-think who gets the vaccine first?

Coronacast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Should we re-think who gets the vaccine first?

"So the vaccines are coming as we keep saying and we keep hearing but one of the big discussion points. This week is who should get it first. So we've talked about this before we've talked about high risk groups like elderly people. 'cause they're at high risk of severe disease being at the front of the queue and healthcare workers because they have a high likelihood of both catching it and also spreading it. The obvious ones but there's been arguments that teachers should be given priority treatment and supermarket workers because they are frontline workers. And maybe we should also consider giving it to people who work in quarantine hotels transport because they've been spread as in the past when we have a limited supply of the vaccine. Straight up. norman. Who should be at the front of that queue. It's hard to argue with the priorities. The federal government's put out and in fact hotel quarantine workers boorda workers people dealing with people come from overseas drivers. They are actually at the front of the queue and they need to be because they are our first line of defense and they're also the most vulnerable so they need to be protected and if the vaccines dupe prevent transmission they will also be a ring of defense so that they will kind of if they do get infected they will resist infection not spread it into the community so they are very much early recipients of the vaccine the vaccine healthcare workers are hard to argue with particularly in aged care as our feel elderly care because they are extremely vulnerable to serious illness. So again it's hard to argue with that you've really gotta go for care and protection and saving lives and saving severe disease as your first priority and also if possible preventing transmission the community and remember h. Care has been a transmission point as well once it gets into each care. And they've been focused of clusters so then. The debate is a perfectly reasonable one who dealing with say young kids teachers and others of the front lines such as supermarket workers. You can argue that too on the basis of protection now. There is another argument here. Once you've covered the people who are most vulnerable whether in fact by then you'll know more about reduce transmission and whether you should switch tack because in fact if you really wanna reduce transmission in the community you need to immunize people who are at most risk of infection and those are not the elderly. The people who are at risk of infection are the younger people in the community because they know my bow their more mobile how they're out there the socially mixing and so you'd head off for people aged over eighteen and under sixty five and they might become your higher priority because if they are protected from infection they will van protect the people and that's true hair immunity. And then you away at that so that would require a bit of a radical change in approach and an assumption that you're reducing transmission but it should be more information coming in from the towns of moves. People who've been immunized overseas is already some evidence from israel reduce transmission but again in israel. The haven't yet moved into those age groups so you can't really tell but by the time we get there we might be in a position to say let's pivot and will actually go really go hell for leather for young people so we know that in australia with getting two different types of vaccine mckenna smallest supply of the fayza shot and then a lot of the oxford astrazeneca shot which has been a source of debate in australia. Because there's different efficacy between those two vaccines. And we've actually had a question about that from one about isreaeli karenna costa's gary who lives on a kibbutz and gary makes the point in agriculture. When we give treatment against pests or does as a good farmer does not repeat the same treatment twice in the same season. You should use different products different methods to attack the same disease or pest and he's wondering whether the same would bear out with a vaccine. Well if we move away from the mango and avocado plantations on an israeli boots towards vaccines. The reality with a vaccine. Is that almost all if not all at this. Stage have been designed based on the wuhan version of the corona virus from almost a year ago. So it's a good question but the reality is that changing vaccines not going to change the target. The target is despite protein from wuhan virus. It may be as time goes on and particularly with the worry about the south african variant of the virus that you might be getting code anti escape or antibody escape and you might need to redesign the vaccine with a new spike protein. In which case. Probably the fis are and moderna. Vaccines are going to be more flexible to do that. And they say we can do that within six weeks so it's not much it's not so much by varying the vaccine technology because the vaccines are all targeting. The same part of the virus

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Interview With Penny Powers

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Penny Powers

"Thank you very much penny for joining me and q. Barb in the rest of the special interest group for the invitation so we will have some general questions to begin with. How long have you been a therapist. I have practiced for forty five years. Wow that's quite a quite a career. At what point in your career did you become interested in assistive technology or in specialized wheelchair provisions after. I practiced a of years I received an invitation upon returning from china and adopting my second daughter Here at vanderbilt. I was offered the invitation to help out if you will in the wheelchair clinic and It afforded me the opportunity to move from a back in the day. They called it sub acute practice. So i was doing inpatient practice primarily with geriatrics medically complex patients in our sub acute unit. Which they've sort of gone away and gave me the opportunity to move to an outpatient setting so a single mom with two young children was attractive. But i have to tell you gave me great pause. I asked myself repeatedly. Could i learn a new area of practice and for me it. It really was a new area of practice and certainly I had to Get out my motivation. And i said yes for which there has been absolutely no looking back and although it's trite. I'm so glad. I jumped off that cliff great. So what is your current practice setting. Can you describe where you work. And what the setting is like sure I work at the within the vanderbilt bill wilkerson center which is Interesting are Hub for speech language and hearing sciences. And i work in the neuro rehab hub for the vanderbilt university medical center which is called the pie beta fai rehabilitation institute. And if it sounds like a sorority. It is because the pie fis gave the seed money to start this clinic and they are tremendous supporters of this clinic. The clinic did not start out just a little historical perspective. The clinic did not start out here. The clinic here at vanderbilt was part of rehabilitation services and started again. Hold onto your hat. In nineteen eighty five and so it really was on the forefront and so started in one thousand nine hundred eighty five but in two thousand five the department of rehab services which had Come under the umbrella of orthopedics divorced us and as part of the divorce agreement i brought the adult seating and mobility clinic And i say Pi beta phi. Me and jenny. Robertson took the pediatric component or division of the clinic to one hundred hoax. And of note. I think that really was a fait accompli. In that is everybody knows. A children's hospital wants everything pediatrics. So i think that part was a fait accompli. But i moved here to define two thousand five. We've been going pretty strong since then

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What have we learned from the Pfizer vaccine rollout?

Coronacast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

What have we learned from the Pfizer vaccine rollout?

"So i know in that. Within the last few weeks and month there's been millions and millions of devices of coronavirus vaccines going into people's arms. All around the world and one of the front runners as we talked about in detail yesterday. Is the fires a shot. So when we've been looking at things in a clinical trial setting get an idea of safety and efficacy and all of those other scienc- words now that we've seen this thing rolling out in millions and millions of people globally. What extra detail do we now have about. Especially the sizes shot just to really tease that out. A little bit from what you said is the trials have been done on an average of maybe forty thousand people which means twenty thousand people get the vaccine twenty thousand people gates the placebo. All that tells you is does it work and is it safe. In twenty thousand people compared to placebo. So what happened. In in the phase three trials of pfizer moderna and astra is that they showed effectiveness to a varying extent and they showed that there were no serious side effects and therefore good to go to approve and release over. There are more daughter to balut tat. Which is what's happening here in australia. So that's to but rare side effects are only going to emerge after the trial just rare side effects but side effects where in the real world. You're not as selective as you are on the trial so a good example of that with pfizer. Thanks seniors the in their trial. They did not recruit people who had a history of nfl shock of severe. And what happens when it was released. One of the components almost certainly was causing antic shock and people who are susceptible and therefore. Now there'd be very careful about fis are and allergy and people with nf alexis. Let's assume for example that the norwegian norwegian cases of these frail terminally ill. Let's assume that that is linked to the vaccine. Oh vet still a question as we record this corona cast then what might happen as a result of that is even. If it's just precautionary you might say. Look people who are over. Eighty five frail and if you think that they might die in the next few months. Don't give them this vaccine just to be so you kind of refined the indications in other words the group of people for whom this gets the you get the vaccine and it's really only possible when you re rolling out to millions and millions of people and might be a one in a million side effect which is really really serious which you can't avoid by refining. Who gets it award in which case the vaccine might have to be ceased and move on to another vaccine and those are the things that you learn as you move on now. The good news as we said last week on krona cast. Was that when you look at. Israel still not being published but if you look at israel where they got really great electronic records that are integrated and they compare the people that they've immunized with the people yet to be immunized it looks as though there's reduced transmission which is really the the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for these vaccines. So you're in good things and you things that are maybe problems and It's unprecedented that within a year of this infection hitting we've not only develop vaccines and trialed them that they're now have been given to maybe twenty million people a lot of which has recorded in good electronic databases so that you can get onto this post marketing surveillance. I mean some drugs for example. Take years to find these side effects. And sometimes they're missed for years because doctors are really lousy at reporting side effects. And then you find the find the might this way. They're going to be find out much sooner more effectively and be able to find out whether it is coincidence or really attached to the vaccine

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France takes careful vaccine approach to counter skepticism

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:38 min | 1 year ago

France takes careful vaccine approach to counter skepticism

"Happening. I in britain in america that simply because of the regulatory approval prices european medicals agency hadn't quite finished its testing. It wanted a bit more data onto the study studies little bit longer. And so the vaccination has been approved by the block and will be rolled out by the block in a unified effort. Yes what happened. Is that the eu father. European commission has set up a central purchasing arm which has bought roughly two billion doses. Vaccines from many different manufacturers. Among advantage of this system is that because of the enormous purchasing contracts the prices sometimes been a bit lower than in other places and having bought them as they become delivered they will be handed out to the european member states strictly in accordance with that population. And how about that sort of national level roll out how. How is that progressing. Already how do you see it. Progressing future well. The interesting thing will be with the benefit of hindsight to see what the best way of doing this. Every country is doing it in a slightly different way so for example in bulgaria. Medical workers got it first in germany and learns the very old. I in the czech republic. The prime minister andrei bobby. Scott i now he is himself ferry olden and somewhat overweight and probably did need to have the vaccine but he clearly jumped the here on the other hand. You could argue in countries. there's liable to be a bit suspicious of vaccines. It makes sense to have a high profile vaccination of a public figure because there's a fair bit of vaccines skepticism around this a great deal of vaccine skepticism around france according to the polls is one of the worst offenders here and they routinely i. I've seen number sang as high as forty percent of french. People say that they want to have this vaccine. And so all of this discussion is predicated on the biotech vaccine. But others are in the pipeline. I mean how do you see that playing into the dynamic here. Yes of course. The one that people are most interested in is the oxford astrazeneca. one because it's far cheaper than others typically costs about two two dollars rather than twenty dollars a day. Spur but patsy for more important it can be stored at normal temperatures. The fis vaccine have to be kept very cold temperatures indeed so it means the vaccinations can really only take place in hospitals or well-equipped centers. And it's much harder to get out into communities. There's a french well made by sun. Ofi which i'm sure will be pushing very hard to to get rolled out sued the other ones too including some wants from china and russia which some countries in europe a key to take because they're cheap and because they may be available but i don't think they will be very widely taken up and on that matter of availability. How is that unified distribution effort playing out eu solidarity over the purchase and distribution of vaccines is a bit of an issue. The european commission wanted this to be a great european project with everybody following the rules and the commission doing all the buying and selling the prices and having it out to everyone. And i think they sorts. I'm afraid to say as a great sort of propaganda coup if could pull it off and they more or less have pulled it off. But we've seen impatience in a number of countries germany in particular who say hungary actually one or two others. They're worried that the eu hasn't bought enough of the first one available. That's defies the vaccine said. They have bought their own supplies. That is very bad. In a way the whole reason why the eu went down the suit in the first place. Was i difficult to keep prices life but also to make sure that you didn't get into a situation where every country was bidding against each other by much more than it needed so there has unfortunately been a bit of that but on the whole the system seems to have worked pretty well. I think the biggest problems actually would. These drugs are log to be availability so much as ability to actually get the stuff out that and with that in mind then do you think that. This approach has increased european unity or just given more opportunity for divisions to arise. I think on the whole it's been a plus for the e you sort of as a central organizing principle that that seems to be pretty much the way the singers in brussels they see this as a bit of a triumph that they got everyone more or less to the start line more or less the same time. There's been a bit of teaching but not too much. The interesting thing will now be. Do they use this as a way to build up further. You wide healthcare competences. So will it be more of this coordinated by will be be more of this planning for pandemic preparedness and for instance declaring health emergencies on an e. You roll the leaving it to the national governments spaces. So yes i mean. The bureaucrats in brussels never miss an opportunity to build their empire fair enough. That's the business that they're in. And i think that if this goes well that will have helped that person long a bit and as opposed in in any case getting these things out and to the people throughout europe couldn't have come soon enough we all really at a very very bleak point in the even lucien of the pandemic in the second or even third wave. I've had three hundred fifty thousand people in the eu. Already dad's up. The death rates in germany are close to a thousand today that set the whole phenomenon of creating and manufacturing and distributing vaccine in under a year is pretty remarkable. We lose sight of that. But it's still been an awful awful tragedy.

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A weekend of pro-Trump rallies as the President stages a coup.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:47 min | 1 year ago

A weekend of pro-Trump rallies as the President stages a coup.

"In support of trump's baseless claims that he won a second term which led to dozens of arrests several stabbings and injuries to police officers saturday's rallies drew a large contingent of the proud boys and the oh fascist group known to incite street violence. The group sorts profile raised after. Donald trump in september famously told them to stand back and stand by after the rallies ended. Downtown washington quickly devolved into crowds of hundreds of proud boys and combined forces of antifa and local black activists both sides seeking a confrontation in area flooded with police scholar author and survivor. Hack who's been covering the fall of us. Democracy in a series of essays believes trump's coup has been largely successful when a head of state literally demands. The election results be overturned when one states joins him in a lawsuit to overturn election results in other states when seventeen republican attorneys general. Back the idea of overturning election results all that has a very simple term in political science a judicial who he wrote it should be called exactly what it is said that the ramifications can be clearly understood to call it anything else is to minimize and deny the reality of what america faces amass said. Trump's coup appears to have failed and yet it has succeeded in key ways. White america is now a social group of martyrs for a certain super destructive set of causes authoritarianism. Fascism the annihilation of democracy. They are willing to destroy themselves to build a very different kind of society. An authoritarian fascist theocratic state that resembles russia by way of iran. Much more than a civilized country like say canada france or germany mainstream thought seems to have little to no understanding. That trump has built something. Like a white nationalist movement. An american fascist politics that is now operating in plain sight. The first of many freezer packed covid nineteen vaccine. Vials made their way to distribution sites across the united states on sunday as the nation's pandemic deaths approached a horrifying new milestone of three hundred thousand. The rollout of the fis vaccine the first to be approved by the fda ashes in the biggest vaccination effort in us history one that health officials hope. The american public will embrace even as some have voiced initial scepticism. A worry the first of two shots are

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"fis" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:26 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on KTRH

"The what did they come up with? No. And the facts that led our great attorney general to determine no obstruction. No collusion. No obstruction. They spent forty million dollars on this, which on forty million dollars. That's right. They spent forty million dollars. Probably a hell of a lot more than that. All right. That was the president last night in Orlando. Pretty electric night. Penn said, it's on everybody get ready. It's round to the economy's the NBA of the world, ripping the Democrats and the media mob for their hatred there prejudice their rage talking about all of the success in two and a half years. But all of it happened under what was the most intrusive unfair illegal abuse of power corruption scandal in history. In listening to the president, outline it in his way and knowing it's taken a long time. I at points of my career, I've been asking. Why do you. Why did you in two thousand sixteen say every day give us Obama's record because at any given moment? There is a new person listening to. This program. and i do it fast i do it not to be redundant not to hear myself say it i do it because by november i want everybody to have it in their own memories because look we're busy people people forget this is my job and one of the ways you got to hammer home tough messages sometimes presidents great at that and the only thing i can say is is that for the last two plus years nearly going on go back to july of twenty sixteen that's when it ready ready written hillary's exoneration in may july second twenty sixteen when peter struck interviewed her but allowed cheryl mills and one other person to be there and it was all setup even struck admitted it and then of course komi takes over basically outlines all the crime she committed but never mind i'm not going to do anything about it which would not be the case for any americans Citizen and then the FIS of warrant, then the warnings about the FIS warrant multiple Bruce, Moore Kathleen Kavulich, then the fact that they use the unverified noble thaw CA of Christopher Steele that Hillary paid for and all the things the president talked about last night. All of them happened under these difficult conditions and the president cooperated, not once that the president invoked executive privilege, which is stunning to me even allowing the White House counsel, Don Mcgann thirty hours in front of the special counsel, and his band of merry Democrats, and, of course, the people like Weisman and Hillary Clinton's. Former attorney Jeanie Ray all Democrats. No republicans. And still they came up with for a fourth time. I the FBI nine month investigation, both page and struck independently of said, no, nothing there, nothing. We had nothing. Then we had the house Intel investigation then the bipartisan Senate investigation. Now, the Muller report, that's why all these people that are going in and say, you know what I'm not answering your stupid questions anymore. They want a fifth bite at the apple, which is just basically harass not only the president, but they don't give a rip about the, the exorbitant amount of money that people have to pay their lawyers to now, talk for a second third fourth time to either a congressional panel Muller's group and you still the same questions. So it's a perjury trap. Anyway, you got God forbid, you say something a little bit different from two years ago. Anyway. Glad you're with us. Our to Sean Hannity show as I've been saying that narrative, we, it's taken us two years to get here with the American people have caught up to where we been every day every night, you know, slowly peeling this onion, we've had an unsolvable cast that have second to none two of them. Joining us now, one with breaking news. And that's John Solomon, executive vice president for the hill investigator reporter also, Greg Jarrett, author of the number one bestseller. The Russia hoax illicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton, framed, Donald Trump, he captured a perfectly number one for weeks on the New York Times was thank you. Both john. Let's start with your breaking news. And I let's start with something. Let's start with Greg. Tell me what you think it's taken the media this long, and the American people this long to catch up with where we been, you know, maybe it's a compliment, but maybe. But I got frustrated and takes that long. Well, the media still behind they still are beating the drum of obstruction and impeachment. But slowly and surely the hoax that began the witch hunt is unraveling and the truth is emerging, thanks to you in people like John Solomon. I have an empty like you when is your new book coming up? What's it called this? I just finished writing the chapters. It's called witch-hunt the plot to destroy Trump and undo the election in it dives deeper into the abuse of power and the corruption, that was so pervasive. He pretty astonishing that this president has accomplished as much as he has given the, the cloud that has been hanging over him for the better part of two and a half years that rally every democratic candidate is jealous of the enthusia-. And the sheer numbers. And I know today the USA today Suffolk university poll comes out that says, you know, most Americans think the president will Ren reelection his approval rating at forty nine percent that will only grow. He continues as he did last night to make his case. John Solomon, it said amazing time. I could tell you, exactly as you and Sarah broke the first story about surveillance unmasking. That was March twenty seventeen and remember the conversation after the show. Don't stop unpeeled every layer on you. And by the way to your credit, you didn't stop. Well, it was listen, there's a good group of people, Greg right at the top of that list for myself and the many members of congress Jim Jordan, Mark meadows, who were determined to get the truth. Chuck Grassley and of course, Devin Nunes and, and all of those efforts to combine peeled back, a very false story and began to lay bare the sort of political weaponization of the FBI and colleges community that occurred here, and I think we're only a quarter to a half away into the truth of the story today. I have a new article out that look at another potential abuse by the FBI where the FBI went to the courts in July through October twenty seventeen so after President Trump is president after the election and they sought records to begin a prosecution of Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman, and in seeking those search warrants they want everybody John, you know, I just want everyone to slow down here. This is new news. Want you to really? Slow down here. The headline of your article investigative report on the hill. Today is FBI was warned early and often that the Manafort ledger that the evidence might be fake, and they proceeded anyway, sounds a lot like the unverifiable dossier. So I want people to understand is Newt parallels to it. Yeah. A vicious perilous, how the FBI but so I want you to go through. It's slower. I'm not trying to be notches here. I want people to get this story. It's complicated. So let's start where the action begins, July seventeenth October seventeen. The FBI goes to a court under seal. The file these affidavits saying they would like search warrants to search Paul manafort's home his Bank records is a storage locker cetera. You need to stab was probable cause you have to save. These are the facts if we do the search to find evidence of criminality to make that probable cause claim they use the Blackledge or a document that surfaced in the middle of the twenty sixteen election in Ukraine. And so, this, this proves that this is one of the things that show that we're likely to find criminal activity when we're going there at the moment, the FBI did that in July October twenty seventeen they had known for at least eleven months from Ukraine. Authorities and other sources, including manafort's own business partners. That document they reciting the black ledger was likely fake clearly suspect had aronie us entries and made a claim that was the monster Bley false. It said that Paul Manafort got all these payments in cash. The FBI already knew at that point, he was getting the payments by wires not by cash, despite all of those X marks all those negative findings about the dossier all the warnings it was fake. It used it in the in the probable cost section of four warrants that I can find to Jeff at the this is a credible document, and therefore, it gives us a like that. We're gonna find criminal evidence when we do the search, it is extraordinarily when you. defense lawyers and when you talk to a former f._b._i. agents at the f._b._i. would use something they knew was wrong to make an argument to court to get the power to search someone's home and and i think it's another example to steal documenting we're going to show you one great parallel to give you second really find this amazing if you remember in the steele dossier the way they bulk it up because of its suspicions of political sufficient about it they cited a news article by michael isikoff saying this validates steals warrant which therefore steel which therefore balance our requested the warm the only problem with the story was behind knew it had been leaked by christopher c._o. so it wasn't independent corroboration it was the same circular intelligence flowing through two different outlets in these search warrants they do the exact same thing they site for paul manafort an april twenty seventeen article by the associated press saying this validates that the black ledger is a good document but guess what about the a._p. article it was andrew weisman the mother deputy and f._b._i. agents who helped confirm that story with the a._p. in fact met with them the day before the stories publication so they essentially were using their own leak as independent evidence to bulk up the ledger so the parallels between steele dossier and and the manafort budget are almost identical in the way the the f._b._i. and the prosecutors behaved all right quick break they both agreed to stay for the full hour greg jarrett john solomon more hannity on the other side pay listen our friends the u._s._c._c._a. you know what thank god.

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"fis" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:02 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Six ninety. I just want to address something that you said last hour that the media talking about the conspiracy theories, but, you know, that, that, that is being that Republicans are throwing back when they talk about the dossier, and, and, you know, Russian collusion as we've said, we go by the Democrats definition of, of collusion by the Democrats definition of collusion. They're the ones that colluded with the Russian right? You know and, and. The, the crimes whatever. But somebody hit me on that the other day forgot about this last week. When we were we were talking about Muller, what is possible? Motivations would be for. So obviously being a political hack. And that's the question there that he was obviously, it wasn't a it wasn't subtle. It might be subtle to that. The, the average personal knows nothing about the law, and how the law works, but if you have a basic knowledge of law, you knew what he did when he gave that statement last week. You knew that was political hackery game. Knew it, and you and I used them of it after the Muller report when he clearly because we said, look, if you're an investigator for looking at it from an investigative mind, and that's how we've tried to look at all this, take the politics out of it. Look for the evidence, and, and so if we were a democrat would be upset Muller, didn't go down the FIS around, because the Democrats still believe many Democrats believe the Trump still colluded with the Russians within. Why aren't you furious at Muller? For not going to write to the where the best evidence, apparently was of Trump colluding, which was the application for the Fiso warrant. Right. Why didn't why didn't he go down that route? Well, we've asked that question why he didn't go down that route? And then and this is where it was called. You guys are promoting conspiracy theories said, no, we're asking a question of dots. That haven't been fully connected yet, but all may play a role because they all relate to somehow defies abuse. And this is where we're looking. What are the possible reasons that Muller was such an obvious hack last week? You know why, why did he take this on why was he a political hack last week? Some of the things that he said, and why didn't he going on the FIS the warrant route because that's what the best evidence would have been to convict Trump. Right. If you believed that he you were looking for evidence he committed collusion and we said, because it would have brought them right back to the Hillary campaign. He's look he doesn't operate in a vacuum. He knows that. But the other reason we said was, and this dot has not yet been connected, but they're all things that are interrelated to fight. Abuse. And that is the FIS court in April of twenty irks of twenty or twenty seventeen twenty sixteen twenty seven twenty seventeen rebuke, veal bomb administration in the FBI and the department of Justice for violating the rights of American citizens in the FIS warrant process. Now we know part of it was done in the intelligence agency. We don't know what the entire thing is. We don't know because most of it was redacted. So we don't know. But as we said, in the FIS warned process you have, including the FIS warrant process, the intelligence agencies, the beyond the department of Justice warrants. And as as we all know what, what Qomi said. Oh, yeah. Fis warrants or so where, you know, we know what's going on there being issued? It's not like a regular warrant, you know, inside of some local federal, you know, attorney, you know, a, a district attorney, or, or federal attorney, where you might not know all the warrants are getting for somebody who might have committed a federal crime in that particular district. Suffice award everybody everybody atop knows it's going on suffice to warrant for a campaign. Absolutely. Everybody knows about it, because you'd wanna make sure that you cover this with your superiors. Correct. And, and so we ask the question. Because it's a question that has to be asked when there's such obvious political hackery in what is supposed to be a legal report. And we said is Muller, worried because the FIS unwarranted, Beauce goes back to twenty eleven twenty seven to two thousand thirteen Muller was at the I you know, head of the now, again, we're not making any accusations were asking the question questions as to how investigators would look at it. And we believe were justified, especially with these people who have promoted a conspiracy theory and continue to do so. And I include Muller in that with their Mahler report for the last two and a half years. But we're not promoting any type of conspiracy theory were asking the questions based on all things that are relevant to abuse, and things that are known when men are known yet in April twenty seventeen that report from Sarah Carter John Solomon at circa, when they were both at circa demonstrated the court documents from October of twenty sixteen. Where it was made. The because they revealed those documents as part of the report that, that was made public that the fives, court was rebuking the Obama administration, Justice department going back to twenty eleven again, as you pointed out just a moment ago. We don't know why we have no idea what they're talking about. We we know part of it was intelligence how they identified identified people net goes to the intelligence agencies. And so that goes back to twenty eleven which connects directly to what we well, we do know the intelligence agency by that. We don't know how much the FBI and the department of Justice, we don't know what blame the FIS court put on them. Right. And we know they did go after and some what we do know that was unredacted that they did go after the intelligence agencies, you know, for not following the, the, the different FIS laws, when it comes to identifying going after, you know, and finding out who people are right by mass. Phone numbers. You know whatever the unmasking. Process there now we don't know what else they did. We don't know if it was the FIS if the FIS application process was included in that. But when you're talking about five abuse in one case, and then this person who is supposed to be looking at all Russian interference, which would lead you to the five of us when he doesn't go there. And then, you know that his was the FBI director from twenty to twenty thirteen win the FIS accord rebuke, which is part of the time line of the Pfizer court rebuked, in the Obama administration. You have to ask the question is there, something there, if you're going to do it from an investigative mindset. We're not claiming any specific wrongdoing at all right? We're saying what could possibly motivate Muller to give such an absolutely blatant partisan statement and report? On Russian collusion. That's we're asking what the possible motivation would be, is it just hate? It could be. Political motivation is and, and the distrust and hatred of a person that could be it. That there was zero mishandling of, of Justice when by the part on the part of Muller himself. Yes. When he was at the director or it doesn't, or it leads to something else, or because the question would be was there a pattern of behavior here, twenty eleven sorry, that's just like this year, a year before, a major presidential election. And so was that. I mean we go back to the IRS the, the whole thing, the Los learner stuff and the and the tea party and yet and what we said, then was look because remember on that one. It was well it was just too. It started out just two. Rogue agents and Cleveland or something we said, well, well, well, well, okay. We at that point, couldn't connect dots and say, well, this happened that didn't happen or this person knew, and that person was directly involved. We couldn't say any of that what we could say is or question was the tone that was set the culture, the culture that was defined in the administration. Because sorry. But if you're going to organize and mobilize those are the words they use. If you're going to organize and mobilize, that's not just about getting people to the polls on election day. That's about having a very deliberate set of actions as a part of said culture in the administration. Again, we can't condemn anyone legally. But the question I think, is valid question in this case, we can say that we have documents that opened the doors to many questions will there, there's nobody debating the FIS abuse report on the democrat or Republican saw. No. We just don't know the specifics, but we do know the time line is twenty eleven to twenty sixteen. Right. And so, again, what we have to ask and remember during the whole thing when we talked about the, the beginnings of the, the Russia investigation, and all of that, there were number of people saying, well this, this could go back to twenty fifteen right? Some of this behavior could go back to twenty fifty well, gee, just like twenty fifteen twenty. Nineteen just like twenty eleven you're talking about the year leading into a major presidential election. And that's significant because if we're talking about the Justice department being organized and mobilized in order to spy on the opposition in order to know what they're doing. Then what could we be looking at? Potentially. We'd be looking at and here's here's here's another thing that I need to throw in. And again, we have no idea. But on election day, twenty twelve. Some of the things that the some of the tools that the Romney campaign was using failed them. Now again, I have no idea it could be. And there's nobody making the charge. No one on the right? No one with the Romney campaign. No one saying that they believe they were hacked or anything else. But there were a lot of things that didn't jive in the twenty twenty 'cause it leads to the questions. Look at it if there's nothing there than don't make something out of nothing Mr. bar, or anyone else. But if there is something there than Justice must be pursued do want to bring up about Muller's. We, you know, we go tot of the of abuse from twenty seven to twenty sixteen. But remember, the deal was cut in twenty eleven because the of course, we're concerned the Obama administration previous to twenty eleven was not following the rules and regulations. And so they wanted to make sure and they clarified and they made a deal with each other. Robert Muller was also FBI director, right before that, right. So again, it may not have any do with the FBI. But when you see such an obvious. Political hack job. That was done that anybody. You know, when we played Sydney Paul, the former who wrote the book on, on the, the, the rot inside of the Justice department licensed ally, other former federal prosecutor, we played earlier when it's so obvious to people like her, when it's obvious to just people who have an elementary knowledge of, of law, and you look at it. You say, wow. This is just this is just political hackery. You have to ask yourself. Why is it just hatred for Trump or is there more is, is, is he tried to hide something does is he worried about all of his friends is he worried about Komi is he worried about people that, that he you know, that, that he worked with Brennan, and other people is there a is there a concern because? There were other things that were going on that we actually know were going on. We just don't know if he was involved in them or not. But he was in the highest levels of law enforcement, which is part of the FIS warrant process to begin with, at that time, the question has to be asked because of, we're asking it bars asking. And it must be pursued was this a pattern of behavior, maybe it wasn't maybe it was totally unrelated. But that question I think you have to satisfy with a solid answer. Eight six six ninety redeye. I.

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03:07 min | 3 years ago

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"So what were they? And I'm not making. I'm not connecting the dots to saying they roll on Republican candidates. I'm saying that during the time that you were FBI director. Concern defies of court has rebuked, the Obama administration and therefore the FBI and the department of Justice because you are the ones that submit the application to get the FIS awards. He's rebuking you. Now, are they all related? That's what we don't know. And she, she did a source story where they make the allegation. Right. It's about nearly a decade of abuse inside the intelligence community. But then, again, we know that's true. Based on the Fiso documents on the FIS documents why was Perry carried out to monitor communications of Americans inside the United States and meant and the procedures meant to protect Americans were there swept up in those calls or targeted. We're not followed the fourth amendment was under attack. And we know that's the case from the FIS court. Now were they on Republicans? That's what we don't know. Right. But we do know that, that is a huge thing that, hopefully that there. She is saying bars looking into and that's why the president told the intelligence agencies to cooperate with bar because they haven't been cooperating with bar. And so the order came down from the president, you have to do that. And he's got the ultimate say. You know, at that point to order that, you know, be done, and there's no Muller investigation going on. Right. So he can't be accused of obstruction of Justice because he is trying to get to the truth in this matter, right? Transparency and you notice the last couple of days. All the none of the Democrats want transparency now. Now it's all about you're going to destroy. You're going to destroy all of our top secrets. Here we go. Again. We're hearing that again. Yes. Which is an old tactic. We didn't hear that. We didn't hear that when they were investigating Trump, did, we know except when the Republicans wanted to get something it's like, well, we want, we want transparency in our investigation, but we don't want transparency in the other investigation. Right. Well, we want transparency to know what happened in two thousand sixteen and even prior to that, I think it was Sarah Carter on Twitter, the other day. She wrote, and I'll have to make sure it was her. But, but she wrote, okay, we want transparency over here. Oh, no. No, no, no, no. We don't we definitely do not want transparency over here. And it's you know, basically the hypocrisy that goes on right now on Capitol Hill. It's been going on for ages on Capitol Hill. But in regards to this, there's one road the truth. And what a change though, why don't change in momentum over the last three weeks. I thought it was incredible yesterday. Komi doing the op-ed piece, and that going calling the president a liar. What, where am I here, right? All all of a sudden the roles are completely reversed if it's one eighty from just a few weeks ago. Eight six six ninety redeye.

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04:52 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So it's not just about figuring out twenty sixteen. It's exposing the bigger things they wished to be kept secret hashtag government spying on US citizens. Remember, she's won't the allegation that the government spied on hers a reporter when she was at CBS, right? And you go back to the whole FIS again, the FIS accord rebuking the Obama administration for what they did between two thousand eleven and twenty sixteen. Nobody is debating that that didn't happen. Nobody is debating nobody's debating the. Of course, the FIS accords wrong. We followed everything that we were supposed to follow. Nobody is making that argument. Everybody on the left is ignoring the fact of what the FIS accord. Did we didn't? If you listen to this show. You know that we follow that. And the FIS accord, basically said the Obama administration violated the rights of American US citizens. We don't know specifically how we know some of the things that they that. They did we don't know what specific US citizens were violated specifically how their rights were violated. But that's what the secret court said the secret court that issued a secret warned said. You the Obama administration you promise to follow the rules. And you didn't you violated the rights of American citizens, which means you broke the law. And so you take everything that happened Acas insane. Look what they did the Trump campaign, and you and I s question we're calling me said, well, no, this is just normal. This kind of surveillance is normal in you. And I went what. That really sounds odd for somebody for former FBI head to say that. And then we thought wait a minute. If they've been doing it if he's been doing it since twenty thirteen when he took over if Muller is even a part of that because Muller served as the FBI director until twenty thirteen right is everybody trying to run in and well reeche question did call me say it was normal because for him. It was. Had never known another process in that setting in that setting. They never known a process because they were always violating American rights US citizens rights when it came to the warns because that's what the Pfizer court rebuked, the Obama administration for and call me was a part of that in two thousand thirteen Muller up to twenty thirteen. Yeah. So. Because we've been saying Muller would not be doing a complete investigation without going through the whole Pfizer court and warrant thing from twenty sixteen. Now, we have to say that I don't think bar will be doing a complete job or durum. If you don't go back to twenty eleven and look at the possibility that this was a pattern of behavior. That was not exclusive treatment it was not treatment given exclusively to the Trump campaign. Now, Joe Genevan Fox News said bar has all that stuff. Yeah. That they have everything that the court has made sure that the attorney general has all of that. And they want movement on that. Right. And it does seem like that bar think about it. Rick take politics out of it. If I'm if I'm appointed attorney general of the United States what I see right here. What I see all the suspicions of what I have of what happened what we already know in the intelligence agencies. If any of this if any of this is legit, you know, the rand Paul accusing the former CIA director of legitimizing the dossier of being the person who pushed legitimacy of the dossier more than anybody, which means the former head of the CIA while head of the CIA. Which trying to legitimize Russian intelligence propaganda and disinformation in order to destroy the legitimacy of an American presidential election, as we said you wanna scandal? And that and that the F B I was involved in all of it to the head of the CIA because that just like, well, wait a minute. They're the ones are supposed to be getting the secrets and knowing what the secrets are. And ensuring that we that they protect us from what Russia did they carried the water for they colluded with the Russians maybe unknowingly, but they still colluded with the Russians they may have to make some extra room for the potential perp walk that thing could be a parade. Eight.

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710 WOR

11:27 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"There's a document that's classified. They're trying to get on classified that takes the dossier old pages of it. And it has verification to one side there really is no verification other than media reports that were generated by reporters who were saying the dossier. So the bottom line is the dusty has never been independently confirmed. It was used to get a ward. They knew the author of the dossier was on the democrat party payroll. He hated Trump. They got the warrant anyway, most Americans should be upset about that. I'm very upset about it. And we're going to get to the bottom of how nervous are you about? The I g. I'm always about the I guess, but I mean, they they're coming in after the fact to look at what we did when we were trying to do it in real time. And having the having the pressure to try to deal with these threats as they were coming. I look I've had a great relationship with the office of the inspector general the department of Justice for literally decades now I've been investigated or the in matters that I worked on have been investigated many times by the inspector general. It's not a pleasant process. It is it's not all right. Twenty five now til the top of the hour that was Lindsey Graham, and I want pumpad to give me all the documents related meeting with Christopher Steele. And now, the John Solomon story that we have been breaking now for the last week that in fact, this woman that worked at the State Department, Kathleen Cava lack had met with Christopher Steele on a couple of occasions, and she wrote down the. Of that meeting. And this was all sent to the FBI all sent to the department of Justice all about who Christopher Steele was that he had a political agenda and a deadline, and it was still the bulk of information that was used from the Hillary Russian dossier that even the New York Times now believes could've been this information Russian disinformation from the beginning. They did it. Anyway, now that's on top of the closed door testimony of now we now know, Bruce or who warned everybody also in August of twenty sixteen Hillary paper, it still hated Trump is not verified and Lindsey then talking about trying to declassify document that shows the Steele dossier verification while we know it's an unverified document Castillo's stand behind the on his own document that of course, that was the general counsel the last cut of James Baker. And testimony. He gave you a Moi's nervous about the I g report. Well, I think it should be. Now, the department of Justice inspector general is apparently homing in on the FBI use of this unverified Steele dossier as the bulk of information to us to get the FIS awards. Remember, McCabe himself said no, no dossier. No FIS application and with us. Now somebody who knows a lot about this box. News contributor, former congressman congressman from Utah Jason shape. It's with us. He's the author of the book, the deep state now, I know, you know, Horowitz, I know you've dealt with our wits I'm not trying to be insulting in any way. But he does take an awful lot of time considering as six hundred people working for him to get this information out. I give him credit. He's the one that found the page and struck text messages. No help from Robert Muller. By the way, who could have had it all and then clean their phones. But, you know, the inspector general, well, where do you think we are with as it relates to this investigation into FIS abuse? Well, thanks, you know, one of the reasons that takes a long as they don't get the internal cooperation from the Federal Bureau of investigation, remember Horowitz had the actually go to the Pentagon to write code to actually go decipher the text messages, which now revealed literally thousands of text messages between struck and page and others. So that those types of gyrations in writing code with the Pentagon to get into the FBI system itself is what he's up against the other thing. I would note that people forget about it. The already published I g report documents and details how F B I personnel were accepting gifts tickets meal from the media in order to get these stories out there in planted net seems to be a two way. Street, and I think will be a big part of this five abuse in that story of how these FBI's personnel were inappropriately interacting with the media and accepting gifts. How is it? If it's an unverified document as I suggest it is because Christopher Steele. When under oath in an interrogatory and Great Britain under the threat of perjury. When he was pushed on the dossier said, I don't have any idea of any of it's true. It's it's raw intelligence. I don't know. Maybe fifty fifty. But then if you go to the newness memo the Grassley Graham memo, they say the bulk of the applications for the dossier. Now, we know two separate instances this State Department employee by the name of cavalier had warned everybody after meeting with steel that he was on a political witch hunt against Donald Trump pretty much, and then the or closed door testimony, but they use it anyway. So wouldn't that be a conspiracy to commit fraud on a FIS accord? Yes, and you add on top of. That Sean that John Ratcliffe the congressman from Texas who is on Intel he is on the House Judiciary committee. He's one of two people that I know of that his fully read the unredacted five the application and one of the things he said publicly is at the very top. It says verified all capital verified application that is just a flat out lie from everything that we know all the documents that are starting to flow out now. And and you're right. You highlighted the fact that if there was no dossier. There was no five the application. And so I the other name that I think we should throw out there kind Marc Elias, Mark Elias. It's in the middle this he worked for Hillary Clinton. He worked for the DNC. He's a fixture there Turney and the guy sits in the middle of all this. And I think at the name we're going to hear more of in the future. Okay. What about other people? But you know, this is really important because a year ago may one year ago this month, rod Rosenstein. Was on a panel. And this is what he said about a affidavit in Faisal application in a warrant. Listen, the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence credible. Witnesses to prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. There's a lot of talk about five applications and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what if is application five applications actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to five search warrant you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the information the affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences, all that person is gonna face consequences. Now, we know. Oh, Komi signed one of the FIS applications the first one is that correct? And we know that Sally Yates and Wednesday signed Fiso orange is that correct? I'm not sure of all the same on there. But these are some really high ranking people and then the last application the third renewal. The fourth warrant was signed by rod Rosenstein himself. Was it not? Well, that's why I think Rosenstein, you know, I on the one hand I wanna Pat him on the back for service, but on the other hand the guy had conflict, and how did he signed the document any cursory look at this? And they know that the Steele dossier deal with somebody at the FBI had already put on a list and somebody they wouldn't do business with and yet they use this dossier. Well to me, congressman what would happen. If I committed a fraud on the court what if anybody in the audience knowingly presented information that wasn't verified. And I didn't know that until you had told me last week that the word verified is at the very top. Of this whole thing. Well, we would make arrangements for your wife to visit you on some Saturdays in the penitentiary, Sean, and maybe send you some letters. But you'd be locked away in jail, and you should be if you had done that. Okay. So we expect according to the attorney general this is what we have going on the attorney general made it clear to Lindsey Graham that is looking into the investigation into Hillary, which even struck him page, you're saying was rigged, and they were part of the rigging themselves, but they're they're actually putting the blame right in the office of the attorney general under Obama, which would be Loretta Lynch. Then of course, we've got these files award applications than we've got other spying going on vis-a-vis, Stefan helper going after page and popadopoulos and Sam Clovis and bringing him blonde. Flirtatious bombshell spies with him is that legal to allow that to happen. And do you believe there's a possibility that our intelligence community, not the rank and file? Ninety nine percent. That are good. But maybe the Clapper's and the Brennan's of this world may be outsourced some work to our allies because it's illegal for them to do it themselves to spy on Americans. I I'm glad you brought that up because I really do think this story will go to Clapper and Brennan themselves. They have been so today shis and trying to fight this back. I think they're playing defense. I think they're projecting. The fact that they potentially could have been heavily involved. And why did a lot of this happened overseas aid? They didn't think Hillary Clinton was gonna win and be they thought they could hide it better over there. The inspector general report can only focus on department of Justice assets. But they've got to be working with the inspector general within the ICS called the intelligence community. Also and cover this. And that's why you'll also need the cooperation of the State Department. I've met with people say every he may with them they take notes. So I do believe that John holliman's story. Very true. I agree. We'll take a break. More with a former congressman Jason chafe. It's of Utah. Now, a Fox News contributor and Hannity Fillon, which by the way, I am I hear you're doing so good. I might be out of a job by Tuesday. But you know, whatever they still have to pay. I think I think you're pretty say, Sean, I think you're pretty safe. All right. Stay right there. Hey, according to a recent study global mail wear volume has risen for the third straight year. Get this it now is reach two hundred six point four million tax in twenty eighteen alone. That is an eleven percent increase year over year and the levels of ransomware hitting the US specifically increased significantly as well hackers and now shifting their approach swift switching the scripts and those things that hide ransomware in attach PDF documents. So many ways these.

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KDWN 720AM

11:28 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Citizens. There's a document that's classified. They're try to get on classified that takes the doc- old pages of it. And it has verification to one side that really is no verification other than media reports that were generated by reporters who received the dossier. So the bottom line is the dusty has never been independently confirmed it was used to. Get a ward they knew the author of the dossier was on the Democratic Party payroll. He hated Trump. They got the warrant anyway, most Americans should be upset about that. I'm very upset about it. And we're going to get to the bottom of how nervous are you about the? I'm always interest about the I guess, but I mean, they they're coming in after the fact to look at what we did when we were trying to do it in real time and having having the pressure to try to deal with these threats as they were coming. I look I've had a great relationship with the office of the inspector general the department of Justice for literally decades now I've been investigated or the in matters that I've worked on have been investigated many times by the inspector general, it's not a pleasant process. It is not twenty five now til the top of the hour that was Lindsey Graham, and I want to give me all the documents related meeting with Christopher Steele. And now, the John Solomon story that we have been breaking now for the last week that in fact, this woman that worked at the State Department Kathleen Cava lack had met with Christopher Steele on a couple of occasions and she wrote down the Spurs. Of that meeting. And this was all sent to the FBI all sent to the department of Justice all about Christopher Steele was that he had a political agenda and a deadline, and it was still the bulk of information that was used from the Hillary Russian dossier that even the New York Times now believes could've been this information Russian disinformation from the beginning. They did it. Anyway, now that's on top of the closed door testimony of now we now know Bruce or warned everybody also in August of twenty sixteen Hillary paper, it still hated Trump is not verified and Lindsey then talking about trying to declassify document that shows the Steele dossier verification what we know it's an unverified document Castillo system by the on his own document that of course, that was the general counsel the last cut of James Baker and test. Oni? He gave you a Moi's nervous about the I report. Well, I think it should be. Now, the department of Justice inspector general is apparently homing in on the FBI use of this unverified Steele dossier as the bulk of information to us to get the FIS awards. Remember McCabe himself said no Fiso, though dossier, no FIS application and with us. Now, somebody who knows awful lot about this box those contributor, former congressman congressman from Utah. Jason shape. It's is with us. He's the author of the book, the deep state now, I know, you know, Horowitz, I know you've dealt with our wits I'm not trying to be insulting in any way. But he does take an awful lot of time considering as six hundred people working for him to get this information out. I give him credit. He's the one that found the page and struck text messages. No help from Robert Muller, by the way, who could have had it all and then clean their phones. But, you know, the inspector general, well, where do you think we are with as it relates to this investigation into FIS abuse? Well, thanks, Sean. You know, one of the reasons that takes along as they don't get the internal cooperation from the Federal Bureau of investigating. Remember Horwitz had actually go to the Pentagon to write code to actually go decipher the text messages, which now revealed literally thousands of text messages between struck and page and others. So that those types of. Rations in writing code with the Pentagon to get into the system itself is what he's up against the other thing. I would note that people forget about it. The already published I g report documents and details how F B I personnel were accepting gifts tickets meal from the media in order to get these stories out there in planted met seem to be a two way street, and I think we'll be a big part of this five abuse in that story of how these FBI'd personnel were inappropriately interacted with the media and accepting gifts. How is it? If it's an unverified. Documenta's I suggest it is because Christopher Steele. When under oath in an interrogatory in Great Britain under the threat of perjury. When he was pushed on the dossier said, I don't have any idea of any of it's true. It's it's raw intelligence. I don't know. Maybe fifty fifty. But then if you go to the new. NS memo the Grassley Graham memo, they say the bulk of the applications for the dossier. Now, we know two separate instances this State Department employee by the name of Cava lack had warned everybody after meeting which steel that he was on a political witch hunt against Donald Trump pretty much, and then the or closed door testimony, but they use it anyway. So wouldn't that be a conspiracy to commit fraud on a five court yet, the new ad on top of that Sean that John Radcliffe the congressman from Texas who is on Intel he is on the House Judiciary committee. He's one of two people that I know of that his fully read the unredacted five the applications and one of the things he said publicly is at the very top. It says there L capital verified application that is just a flat out lie from everything that we know all the documents that are starting to flow out now. And and you're right. You highlighted the fact that if there was no dot yet. There was no five. Application and so the other name that I think we should throw out there guy, Marc Elias, Marc Elias. It's in the middle this he worked for Hillary Clinton. He worked for the DNC. He's the fixer there. He's an attorney and the guy sits in the middle of all of this. And I think at the name we're going to hear more of in the future. Okay. What about other people? But you know, this is really important because a year ago may one year ago this month rod Rosenstein was on a panel. And this is what he said about a affidavit in Fiso application in a warrant. Listen, the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence credible. Witnesses to prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. There's a lot of talk about five applications and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what a FIS applicant FIS applications. Has actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to get five search warrant, you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the information the affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences, all that person is gonna face consequences. Now, we know Komi signed one of the FIS applications the first one is that correct? And we know that Sally Yates and tape signed FIS warrants is that correct? I'm not sure of all the same itches on there. But these are some really high ranking people and the last application the third renewal. The fourth warrant was signed by rod Rosenstein himself. Was it not? Well, that's why I think Rosenstein, you know, I on the one hand I wanna Pat him on the back for a service, but on the other hand the guy had conflict, and how did he signed the document any cursory look at this? And they know that the steel dot the with somebody at the FBI have already put on a list and somebody they wouldn't do business with and yet they use this dossier. Well to me, congressman what would happen. If I committed a fraud on the court what if anybody in this audience knowingly presented information that wasn't verified. And I didn't know that until you had told me last week that the word verified is at the very top of this whole thing. Well, we would make arrangements for your wife to visit you on some Saturdays in the penitentiary, Sean, and maybe send you some ladders, but you'd be locked away. A jail, and you should be if you had done that. Okay. So we expect according to the attorney general is what we have going on the attorney general made it clear to Lindsey Graham that is looking into the investigation into Hillary, which even struck him page, you're saying was rigged, and they were part of the rigging themselves, but they're they're actually putting the blame right in the office of the attorney general under Obama, which would be Loretta Lynch. Then of course, we've got these FIS award applications than we've got other spying going on vis-a-vis, Stefan helper going after page and popadopoulos and Sam Clovis and bringing in blonde. Flirtatious bombshell spies with him is that legal to allow that to happen. And do you believe there's a possibility that our intelligence community, not the rank and file ninety nine percent? That are good. But maybe the Clapper's and the Brennan's of this world may be outsourced some work to our allies because it's illegal for them. To do it themselves to spy on Americans. I'm glad you brought that up because I really do think this story will go to Clapper and Brennan themselves. They have been so Taneja and trying to fight this back. I think they're playing defense. I think they're rejecting the fact that they potentially could have been heavily involved. And why did a lot of this happened overseas? They didn't think Hillary Clinton was going to win and be they thought they could hide it better over there. The inspector general report can only focus on department of Justice. But they've got to be working with the inspector general within the icy. It's called the intelligence community, also and cover this. And that's why you also need the cooperation of the State Department. I've met with people say everytime he may with them. They take notes. So I do believe that John relevant story to be very true. I agree. We'll take a break. More with former congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah. Now, a Fox News contributor and Hannity Fillon. Which by the way, I hear you're doing so good. I might be out of a job by Tuesday. But you know, whatever they still have to. I think I think you're pretty say, Sean, I think you're pretty safe. All right. Stay right there. Hey, according to a recent study global Mel wear volume has risen for the third straight year. Get this it now is reached two hundred six point four million attacks in twenty eighteen alone. That is an eleven percent increase year over year and the levels of ransomware hitting the US specifically increased significantly as well hackers and now shifting their approach swift switching the scripts and those things that hide ransomware in attach PDF documents. So many ways these.

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"fis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:02 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hannity came out on Twitter. You can find at Sean Hannity, and you sent a letter to the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo as well as Michael Horowitz. What are you looking for from from the excerpts Dave all the secretary of state me all documents related to the eleventh dog Tober meeting between Christopher Steele and a member of the State Department the lady in question to notes about the meeting in her. No, she indicates that Steele was urging to get the doc- out before the election. And she also an handwritten notes indicates that it was paid for by the Democratic Party, the Clinton campaign the dossier. The most important thing as she transferred that information to the FBI. So the FBI is Dell noticed not Tober eleventh that they're confidential informant is trying to give the dossier out proposal purposes. And that the State Department figured out the Democrats paid for it. How could they then go get a warrant based on that same? Document and not till the court what the State Department Tobin. Well, in terms of the Horowitz report, I'm hearing that a big portion of that will be about the media being complicit because what they did was they created stories they leaked it to the media like yahu like mother Jones, and then those companies reported it published it, and then they actually the FBI use those same stories that they leaked in the first place as evidence to get the FIS awards to choose fine. American citizens. There's a document that's classified. We'll try to get unclassified that takes the dossier old pages of it. And it has verification to one side that really is no verification other than media reports that were generated by reporters who were seeing the dossier. So the bottom line is the dossier has never been independently confirmed it was used to get award. They knew the author of the dossier was on the Democratic Party payroll. He hated Trump. They got the warrant. Anyway, most Americans should be upset about that. I'm very upset about it. And we're gonna get to the bottom of how nervous are you about? The I g. I'm always about the I guess, but I mean, they're coming in after the fact to look at what we did when we were trying to do it in real time. And having the having the pressure to try to deal with these threats as they were coming. I look I've had a great relationship with the office of the inspector general the department of Justice for literally decades now I've been investigated or the in matters that I've worked on have been investigated many times by the inspector general. It's not a pleasant process. It is it's not all right. Twenty five now til the top of the hour that was Lindsey Graham, and I want to give me all the documents related to meeting with Christopher Steele. And now, the John Solomon story that we have been breaking now for the last week that in fact, this woman that worked at the State Department, Kathleen Cava lack had met with Christopher Steele on a couple of occasions, and she wrote down the. Of that meeting. And this was all sent to the FBI all sent to the department of Justice all about who Christopher Steele was that he had a political agenda and a deadline, and it was still the bulk of information that was used from the Hillary Russian dossier that even the New York Times now believes could've been this information Russian disinformation from the beginning. They did it. Anyway, now that's on top of the closed door. Testimony of that we now know, Bruce or who warned everybody also in August of twenty sixteen Hillary pay for it still hated Trump is not verified and Lindsey then talking about trying to declassify document that shows the Steele dossier verification while we know, it's an unverified document Castillo's stand mind, the on his own document. Then of course, that was the general counsel the last cut of James Baker. And testimony. He gave a always nervous about the I g report. Well, I think it should be. Now, the department of Justice inspector general is apparently homing in on the FBI use of this unverified Steele dossier as the bulk of information to us to get the FIS awards. Remember, McCabe himself said no, no dossier. No FIS application and with us. Now, somebody who knows awful lot about this. Fox News contributor, former congressman congressman from Utah Jason shape. It's is with us. He's the author of the book the deep state. Now, I know you know, Horowitz, I know you've dealt with our wits I'm not trying to be insulting in any way. But he does take an awful lot of time considering as six hundred people working for him to get this information out. I give him credit. He's the one that found the page and struck text messages. No help from Robert Muller, by the way, who could have had it all and then clean their phones. But, you know, the inspector general, well, where do you think we are with as relates to this investigation into FIS abuse? Well, thanks, Sean. You know, one of the reasons it takes a long as they don't get the internal cooperation from the Federal Bureau of investigation, remember Horowitz had actually go to the Pentagon to write code to actually go decipher the text messages, which now reveal literally thousands of text messages between struck and page and others. So that those types of gyrations in writing code with the Pentagon to get into the FBI system. Itself is what he's up against the other thing. I would note that people forget about the already published report. Documents and details how F B I personnel were accepting gifts tickets meal from the media in order to get these stories out there in planted net seems to be to a street, and I think will be a big part of this five abuse in that story of how these F B I personnel were inappropriately interacting with the media and accepting gifts. How is it? If it's an unverified document as I suggest it is because Christopher Steele. When under oath in an interrogatory in Great Britain under the threat of perjury. When he was pushed on the dossier said, I don't have any idea of any of it's true. It's it's Ron telling I don't know, maybe fifty fifty. But then if you go to the newness memo the Grassley grand memo, they say the bulk of the applications for the. The dossier. Now, we know two separate instances this State Department employee by the name of Cava lack had warned everybody after meeting with steel that he was on a political witch hunt against Donald Trump pretty much, and then the or closed door testimony, but they use it anyway. So wouldn't that be a conspiracy to commit fraud on a FIS a court on top of that Sean that John Ratcliffe the congressman from Texas who is on Intel he is on the House Judiciary committee. He's one of two people that I know of that his fully read the unredacted five applications and one of the things he said publicly is at the very top. It says verified all capital verified application that is just a flat out lie from everything that we know all the documents that are starting to flow out now. And and you're right. You highlighted the fact that if there was no dossier there was no five application, and so I the other name that I think we should. Throw up their sky, Marc Elias, Marc Elias, sits in the middle. This. He worked for Hillary Clinton. He worked for the DNC fixture there Turney and a guy sits in the middle of all this. And I think it's the name. We're gonna hear more of in the future. Okay. What about other people? But you know, this is really important because a year ago may one year ago this month rod Rosenstein was on a panel. And this is what he said about a affidavit in Fiso application in a warrant. Listen to bring the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have a missile evidence credible. Witnesses made prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. There's a lot of talk about five applications and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what a five applicant -application is actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to give. Five. Search warrant you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the mission the affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences, all that person is gonna face consequences. Now, we know Komi signed one of the FIS applications the first one is that correct? And we know that Sally Yates and Wednesday signed Fiso orange is that correct? I'm not sure of all the senators on there. But these are some really high ranking people and then the last application the third renewal. The fourth warrant was signed by rod Rosenstein himself. Was it not? Well, that's why I think Rosenstein know, I on the one hand I wanna Pat him on the back for service, but on the other hand the guy had conflict, and how does he signed the document any cursory look at this? And they know that the Steele dossier feel with somebody dip the FBI had already put on a list and somebody they wouldn't do business with and yet they use this dossier. Well to me, congressman what would happen. If I committed a fraud on the court what if anybody in the audience knowingly presented information that wasn't verified. And I didn't know that until you had told me last week that the word verified is at the very top of this whole thing. Well, we would make arrangements for your wife to visit you on some Saturdays in the penitentiary, Sean, and maybe send you some letters. But you'd be locked away. A jail, and you should be if you had done that. Okay. So we expect according to the attorney general this is what we have going on the attorney general made it clear to Lindsey Graham that he's looking into the investigation into Hillary, which even struck in page, you're saying was rigged, and they were part of the rigging at themselves. But they're they're actually putting the blame right in the office of the attorney general under Obama, which would be Loretta Lynch. Then of course, we've got these Fiso Warren applications than we've got other spying going on vis-a-vis, Stefan helper going after page and popadopoulos and Sam Clovis and bringing in blonde. Flirtatious bombshell spies with him is that legal to allow that to happen. And do you believe there's a possibility that our intelligence community, not the rank and file ninety nine percent? That are good. But maybe the Clapper's and the Brennan's of this world may be outsourced some work to our allies because it's illegal for them. To do it themselves to spy on Americans. I I'm glad you brought that up because I really do think this story will go to Clapper and Brennan themselves. They have been so Taneja and trying to fight this back. I think they're playing defense. I think they're rejecting the fact that they potentially could have been heavily involved. And why did a lot of this happened overseas? A they didn't think Hillary Clinton was going to win and be they thought they could hide it better over there. The inspector general report can only focus on department of Justice assets. But they've got to be working with the inspector general within the ICS called the intelligence community. Also and cover this. And that's why you also need the cooperation of the State Department. I've met with people say everytime he may with them. They take notes. So I do believe that John Solomon story to be very true. I agree. We'll take a break. More with a former congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah. Now, a Fox News contributor and Hannity villain. Which by the way, I hear you doing so good. I might be out of a job by Tuesday. But you know, whatever they still have to pay. I I think you're pretty say, Sean, I think you're pretty safe. All right right there. Hey, according to a recent study global Mel wear volume has risen for the third straight year. Get this it now is reached two hundred six point four million tax in twenty eighteen alone. That is an eleven percent increase year over year and the levels of ransomware hitting the US specifically increased significantly as well hackers and now shifting their approach. Switching the scripts and those things that hide ransomware in attach PDF documents. So many ways these.

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"fis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"If they were before the FIS accords in late October of two thousand sixteen and saying sorry, this goes back to two thousand eleven you must go back at least that far. Here's your forecast. It's been a rough couple of days in the southern plains for severe weather now that system that has been producing the showers and the threat of severe weather is shifting to the east. We won't see as much in the way of the rough stuff today, but the showers continue for Texas, especially in the east up through northern Louisiana. The lower Tennessee valley and into Indiana and upstate New York for later today that frontal boundary pushes eastward in Denver after some already eighty degree. High temperatures this season we will get into some overnight. Snow flurries. Rain snow. Snow areas of fog, and as we move into Wyoming. You can look for several inches of snow overnight for areas around Cheyenne on I eighty and portions of I twenty five rain today for central California between LA and San Francisco very much needed as fire season begins. There's your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. This human resources professional is a rockstar. Thanks to Cronos. And this is our hype song. Have HR payroll.

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"fis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Because you love your mom, and she loves you, John Solomon investigative reporter will be breaking this news about Christopher Steele tonight. But this still more to come like, for example, the president in his interview with Catherine Herridge last week said very soon, we're going to be getting the FIS applications gang avait information. We're going to be getting you know, three. Oh twos. And the five buckets of Solomon will call it. If you will. Actually, I think we have to give credit to Devin Nunes. I think it's five buckets. Well, you know, he's not here. So I'll give it to you. All right. I'll take it. Yeah. You're right. Sean there is a moment of transparency. And I the thing I'm most interested in if you remember about a year ago, we talked about a column I wrote call the London bridge is falling down the curious origins of the Russia case. And in that we talked about these events that predate the FBI opening a criminal investigation predate even that Turkish woman intercepting with popadopoulos in September in in London. Something was going on in the winter and spring of two thousand sixteen that we don't fully understand it looks to be a more sophisticated operation maybe letting breadcrumb trail for the FBI to ultimately opened up an investigation who was involved in. That was that fusion GPS was George Soros wasn't the CIA. Those are the questions that the the documents the president can be classified may answer for us. And I'm I'm hoping to look back at that period. I think January to July is far more significant to this ruse at it was played in two thousand sixteen than than what we've previously known. And I think getting answers to who did what? And what? Was set in motion makes plain how we ended up where we did on election day and afterwards, John Solomon. We'll see what this new news tonight. We'll break it on Hannity. Nine eastern Fox News channel as the media is still obsesses over something that is now officially dead it won't stop them. They can't help themselves. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program, I won't we come back an American hero pardon by the president. He'll tell a story. I right here. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of.

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"fis" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"This one you may be asking yourself, why the way why the FIS accord isn't more upset that they got absolutely worked worked with a capital w might be that rupaul song, you betta work. They got worked. I think the FIS accord is waiting for the Muller probe to wrap and the spy gate probe the rap, but I I don't think they cannot possibly be happy about this. I they can't. And I don't believe that. At least all there has to be some white Knight in the FIS accord that is going to call BS on this nonsense. All right number four question. Number four. Why was feels biases and his ties to the Clinton campaign as well as evidence of innocence and flaws in the FIS evidence never disclosed to the FIS accord as required by law and court practice. All right. This is pretty straightforward. This is simple in the FIS a warrant to spy on the Trump team rather than indicating the information they were using came from dossier paid for by Hillary Clinton. What they did was they massaged it and mate mentioned it was paid for by political people who didn't like the Trump campaign, but they never mentioned it was the Clinton campaign that could have been anybody. It could have been Republicans. It could have been people up on Capitol Hill who didn't like him. They left out the key detail that his primary political opponent. Listen to me that phrase matters his primary political opponent primary Soviet bad. Where I I don't mean. Primary like a Republican democrat primary. I mean as a triaging of needs number one his number one political opponent. Hillary Clinton was the source of this information via paying Chris THEO do her law firm. Perkins cou they left that out of the FIS accord, ladies and gentlemen, they also left out. The fact that Christopher Steele at already toll, Bruce or and others that he couldn't stand Donald Trump and wanted to do anything to see him, not elected. Do you think that may be a critical piece of information evaluating the credibility of someone's claims? I think so. All right, number five, another important one here by in Solomon's piece of the hill. Please read this piece print this thing up it's worth keeping his very because this is where we're going. Why did the FBI in US intelligence officials had love that? And I don't where I get from some movies. Why the FBI and US intelligence officials leak stories about evidence and the emerging Russia probe before they corroborated collusion. And we're any of those leaks designed to create evidence, it could be cited in courts of law and public opinion the justify the continuation of a flawed investigation. Ladies and gentlemen. This is key..

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"fis" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Lead the FIS court by numerous individuals that all need to be investigated and looked at that. And we believe the statute is is the conspiracy statute the second conspiracy one is involving manipulation of intelligence about also could install many Americans, and we are. So that's kind of the second one as you know, we've had a lot of concerns with the way intelligence was used. So that that would be kind of the two conspiracy recommendations referrals that were that were making the third is what I would call a global leak referral. So there are about a dozen highly sensitive highly sensitive classified info. Nation leaks that were given to only a few reporters over the last two and a half plus years. So we don't know if there's actually been any leak investigations that have been open, but we do believe that we've got pretty good information and a pretty good idea of who could be behind these leaks. Doesn't mean we know all the people are behind the lease is because when you read these a lot of these they're always anonymous sources, and they always say something so the effect of current and former senior officials, so we think we've got a pretty good idea of who some of the sources are behind this these leaks. We don't know if the department of Justice has been looking at these there's just been unprecedented things have happened. But I tell us how many people is this capturing can you give us any names on this list in terms of your referrals? Well, I'm not prepared to give any names. But I think most people that followed Russia gate for long time. They know a lot of the names, but there's five that are straight up five names. Then there are when you. Get to the leaks. We don't know we think there's only a few people behind these leaks. But there could be multiple people. So on the leak the global leak referral. There could be there could be several individuals. When you look at conspiracy that could get up to a dozen two dozen people. So for example, we don't know all the people that are involved, we know struck in page, and we know their involvement because they've been interviewed. But you know, there's other people that were above struck in below struck that have not been interviewed. So we don't know if they're involved in this conspiracy or not mcwethy is now the President Trump has been exonerated over. Russia. Kalou collusion is the Justice department investigating how it came to be that your agency used a salacious and unverified dossier as a product of four or five order on a US citizen. The office of the inspector general has a pending investigation.

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"fis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

15:00 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Believe there is a conspiracy to lie to the court mislead the FIS a court by numerous individuals that all need to be investigated and looked at that. And we believe the statute is is the conspiracy statute the second conspiracy one is involving manipulation of intelligence about also could instrumental many Americans, and we are. So that's kind of the second one as you know, we've had a lot of concerns with the way intelligence was used. So that that would be kind of the two conspiracy recommendations referrals that were that were making the third is what I would call a global leak referral. So there are about a dozen highly sensitive fide highly sensitive classified information leaks that were given to only a few reporters over the last two and a half plus years. So we don't know. There's actually been any leak investigations that have been open. But we do believe that we've got pretty good information and a pretty good idea of who could be behind these leaks. Doesn't mean we know all the people behind the Leafs is because when you read these a lot of these are always anonymous sources, and they always say something so the effect of current and former senior officials, so we think we've got pretty good idea of who some of the sources are behind this these leaks. We don't know if the department of Justice has been looking at these there's just been unprecedented things have happened. But I tell us how many people is this capturing can you give us any names on this list in terms of your referrals? Well, I'm not prepared to give any names. But I think most people that have followed Russia gate for long time. They know a lot of the names, but there's five that are straight up five names. Then there are when you when you get to the leaks. We don't know we think there's only a few people behind these leaks. But there could be multiple people. So on the league the global league referral there could be there. Be several individuals. When you look at conspiracy. I mean that could get up to a dozen two dozen people. So for example, we don't know all the people that are involved, we know struck and page their involvement because they've been interviewed. But you know, there's other people that were above struck and below struck that have not been interviewed. So we don't know if they're involved in this conspiracy or not my question is now the President Trump has been exonerated over. Russia. Kalou kabq collusion is the Justice department investigating how it came all to be that your agency used a salacious and unverified dossier as a product of four or five order on a US citizen. The office of the inspector general has a pending investigation of the FIS of process in in the Russian investigation, and I expect that will be complete in probably in may or June. I am told so hopefully, we'll have some answers from inspector general Horowitz on the issue of the Fiso warrants or Jen. More. Generally, I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of two thousand sixteen right? The attorney general bar before that we have Devon newness of the house intelligence committee one of the committees. That does that after then exhaustive investigation determined that? There was no evidence of Trump Trump campaign collusion with Russia. Devon newness earlier today sent a letter to the attorney general as we've been telling you what is coming but more than two years the house permanent select committee on intelligence, they committee in parentheses conducted a wide ranging investigation into the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. As part of that investigation committee, Republicans identified several potential violations of law. Given the sensitivity surrounding this matter. I will have my staff contacted department to arrange a time for Representative John Ratcliffe and me to brief you directly on the eight criminal referrals. I appreciate your consideration of this matter. Now, the former head of the house intelligence committee. Now, minority leader is Devon Nunez in California, the twenty second district. Welcome back congressman, well, you said this was coming. So here it is. Thank Sean and thanks for all your work on this. And make sure that the American people actually knew the truth it's been a long road. But it's it's great today to build a send us to the attorney general, I we're prepared to brief them. It's it's it's quite exhaustive. And I think the attorney general find it quite interesting for the investigation that now we know that that he's doing well, let me go into the issue, which I think is very important here because I'm assuming you're not going to name the name. But I think a lot of them are very obviously to me, and I won't sit here and offer conjectured, you're not gonna talk publicly about it at this point. No, and it wouldn't be appropriate. Right. Because a lot of this is is highly sensitive classified information, the attorney general of everything that I've seen he's growing up. And so, you know, part of the reason why we're sending these over the in this way where we went up brief him directly is because we have we have trust and confidence in him. So this isn't one of these things where we have to get a bunch of media hype it up the fact of the matter is I want to send this to the attorney general brief him. Let him look at it. Ask us questions that he may have about this. And you know, look these people that that were involved in this. Let's just say what we feel is inappropriate behavior. And we think that they broke the law or we wouldn't have referred them for criminal prosecution. They don't need to know what we know. And that's the bottom line. I mean, I think they they all know who they are. But you know, there could be other people that don't know that we've actually found out what they were doing wrong. So I do not going to give these guys any advantage and tip them off as to what what we have. Let me ask you. I keep saying in describing to our audience, you know, there have been four separate conclusions as it relates to Trump Russia collusion the FBI nine month investigation. You know, even page in struck. There's no they're they're both of them saying it repeatedly Lisa page saying after nine months, they had nothing before the appointment of Muller. We had the house intelligence committee investigation, which you ran you found no evidence of collusion. The same with the bipartisan Senate committee investigation led by Senator Burr now, the mullahs report couldn't be any more clear on the issue of collusion. But that's not stopping people on the other side be you know, people that have been. Selling conspiracy theories and outright lies in anonymous sources and breakfast, hysterical reporting, and and pronouncements by people in congress, but there isn't formation. There's been a parallel investigation that I know you have been aware of in on the front lines of discovering where there is real evidence. We have not only your criminal referrals, but we now know and have confirmation from this week that the attorney general's formed a team to review the FBI and department of Justice actions during this probe that will be big. The inspector general Horowitz's report on abuse. I think that's gonna be big not sure exactly what John Hoover is going to come up with. But I expect it's going to be interesting more closed door testimony will be released. And then of course, the president in an interview with me a week and half ago. Talked about releasing the FIS applications gang of eight materials three. Oh twos. And we're awaiting a court potentially giving us some information on Christopher Steele. That will be. Hopefully as revealing as I'm told it will be and of course, now, we have evidence the Ukrainians want to give us evidence that they were to influence our elections. You have plans to release those FIS applications gang avait information. The three o two's, Bruce, or and others and the five buckets John Solomon's, they call. I do I have plans to declassify and release by have plans to absolutely release. But I have some very talented people working for me lawyers. And they really didn't want me to do it early on one of the reasons that my Laura's did want me to do this. They said if I do it, they'll call it a form of obstruction. So they'll say, oh, you release these documents. So we would make all of this information transparent. You know in politics transparency would make it transparent. And then they'd call it obstruction knowing the people we're dealing with. So frankly, I thought it would be better if we held. No. But at the right time, we will be absolutely release. Again. I did the right thing by not doing it so far, but you understand they would call it something that it wouldn't be the only time you'd be transparent with it say bad things about transparency the lot of stuff coming. So. There's a there's a lot there. So let me let me tell you a couple of things that I think are are important here and unpack some of this. It's it's coming out and try to prioritize it number one is this molar dossier that I now call it because I'm you know, this four hundred pages in all this talk about releasing it? Remember, I was the first member of congress actually say all of this should be out. But what is important is the underlying information how they reach their conclusions. What made it on the page of their four hundred page molar dossier, because I am convinced that with Weizman and all these other bad actors who should not have been involved in this in the first place because they were they should have been conflicted out think a lot of your listeners understand this. But but you had Weizman and another lawyer who were on bowlers teen who were part of the chain of custody of the steel democrat or dossier and. Two thousand sixteen. So so if they're all these people that are that are clamoring for transparency, and they want to see the four hundred pages. I just hope that the attorney general goes farther than that. And since then and sends us all the information all the underlying information you 'cause I'm looking forward to looking into all of these people that were sitting on this two year witch-hunt, I wanna look at the work that they did just because you're on a special counsel doesn't mean you get special powers, and we don't as a congressman or legislative branch. Don't get to investigate you. If you're not on the up and up, and I and I have a lot of reason to believe that Weisman and others were not on the up and up with the American people, and they're going to be held accountable. Also, do you believe as I do? And I believe that these transcripts that have been released by congressman Doug Collins closed door testimony. That in fact, the investigation into Hillary Clinton and her Email server was rigged. And they did it for the favored candidate that should win one hundred million zero as Peter Struck said, and he could smell, you know, not the smelly. Walmart voters that were voting for Donald Trump like me, do you believe there was a fraud committed on the courts by a withholding information from the court that being that everybody had been told Hillary paid for it. It was unverified. We now know the dossiers on verifiable and largely debunked. And was that the bulk of information used? Yeah. So look, they we, you know, from from our memo that we put out a over a year ago that they lied to the five court so and there was a whole bunch of other line. Which is why we want the other the rest of the the so-called komo's AIC we went the rest of it out too. Because you'll see just how fraudulent they were. And what they were willing to do to spy on the Trump campaign. Isn't it? Nice now that we could actually call it spying on the Trump campaign because that's what they did. It's so ridiculous that we have to use that term spy. But but let me say I was I think another important part of all this John. I think Lancer your question. So so I was going through some of my notes just the history of this this morning, and you know, when we look back when when when we first opened our investigation to house intelligence committees like fischel investigation that was at the beginning of two thousand sixteen. At that time. You know, we have been already being have ongoing briefings as it relates to Russia Russia and counterintelligence investigation. And so remember in January and February two thousand sixteen I out there doing interviews and getting attacked in these interviews when I that was back when I used to talk to the democrat controlled media, and I would take every question, and they would be like, you don't know who Roger stone is. And what I would say was I said, look I have yet to see one out of evidence against any American out of all and court as supposedly NSA FBI all the IC. Everybody's giving us everything that they have on Russia that you know, people are demanding. And I'm sitting there taking ridiculous questions. Impress people saying, look, I don't have any evidence of collusion. And what was interesting at that time. When I go back, and look, and I don't know if you remember this. This was we had real work to do on the house intelligence committee at that time. And it was such. It was beginning such a circus that I actually said look this has become such a joke because we have no evidence after a couple of months looking at this. So I'm going to have trae gatty and Tom Rooney to lawyers that were sitting on the intelligence committee. I'm going to put them on a task force, and let them conduct all these interviews because until somebody somewhere gives us an ounce of of evidence. We're not going to waste time on this. We have real problems in this country and real challenges with the I see. So so this is a couple of months before Muller comes on. There is no way. On earth. The Bob Muller didn't know from day one when he walked in that door that there wasn't an ounce of evidence of Trump colluding with Russians period. That is an amazing statement. And and Schalke one we'll take a break, we'll continue with the house intelligence committee. He's the minority leader at this point former chairman, Devon newness, eight hundred nine four one Sean is number a lot more to get to in. The course of our program today. Quick break right back. We'll continue. Making America first safe. Great again. This is the Sean Hannity show. The patriot.

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"fis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:03 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"There is a conspiracy to light of the FIS accordance lead. The Pfizer court by numerous individuals that all need to be investigated and looked at that. And we believe the statute is conspiracy statute the second conspiracy one is involving manipulation of intelligence of that also could install many Americans, and we are. So that's kind of the second one as you know, we've had a lot of concerns with the way intelligence was used. So that that would be a kind of the two conspiracy recommendations referrals that were that were making the third is what I would call a global leak referral. So there are about a dozen highly sensitive by highly sensitive classified info. Nation leaks that were given to only a few reporters over the last two and a half plus years. So we don't know if there's actually been any leak investigations that have been open, but we do believe that we've got pretty good information and a pretty good idea of who could be behind these leaks. Doesn't mean we know all the people are behind leaks is because when you read these a lot of these they're always anonymous sources, and they always say something so the effect of current and former senior officials, so we think we've got a pretty good idea of who some of the sources are behind this these leaks. We don't know if the department of Justice has been looking at these there's just been unprecedented things have happened. But I tell us how many people is this capturing can you give us any names on this list in terms of your referrals? Well, I'm not prepared to give any names. But I think most people that have followed Russia gate for long time. They know a lot of the names, but there's five that are straight up five names. Then there are when you. When you get to the leaks. We don't know there's only a few people behind these leaks. But there could be multiple people on the leak the global league referral. There could be there could be several individuals when you look at conspiracy. I mean that could get up to a dozen two dozen people. So for example, we don't know all the people that are involved we know struck in page their involvement because they've been interviewed. But you know, there's other people that were above struck in below stroke that have not been interviewed. So we don't know if they're involved in this conspiracy or not mccutchen is now the President Trump has been exonerated of Russia. Collusion is the Justice department investigating how it came all to be that your agency used a salacious and unverified dossier as a predicate for five order on a US citizen. The office of the inspector general has a pending investigation of the FIS of process in the Russian investigation. And I expect that will be complete in probably in may or June. I'm told so hopefully, we'll have some answers from inspector general Horowitz on the issue of the Fiso warrants or. More. Generally, I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the the aspects of the. Counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of two thousand sixteen the attorney general bar before that we have Devon newness of the house intelligence committee one of the committees. That does that after an exhaustive investigation determined that? There was no evidence of Trump campaign collusion with Russia. Devon newness earlier today sent a letter to the attorney general as we've been telling you it is coming for more than two years, the house permanent select committee on intelligence committee in parentheses conducted a wide ranging investigation into the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen US presidential election as part of that investigation committee, Republicans identified several potential violations of law, given the sensitivity surrounding this matter. I will have my staff contacted department to arrange a time for Representative John Ratcliffe and me to brief you direct. On the eight criminal referrals. I appreciate your consideration of this matter. Now, the former head of the house intelligence committee. Now, minority leader is Devon newness in California. They're twenty second district. Welcome back congressman, well, you said this was coming. So here it is. Thanks, john. Thanks for all your work on this at the American people actually knew the truth. It's been a long road. But it's it's great today to send us to the attorney general we're prepared to brief them. It's it's it's quite exhaustive. And I think the general find it quite interesting for the investigation that now we know that that he's doing well, let me go into the issue, which I think is very important here because I'm assuming you're not going to name the names. But I think a lot of them are very obvious at least to me, and I won't sit here and offer conjectured you're not going to talk publicly about it at this point. No. And it wouldn't be appropriate. Right. Because a lot of this is is highly sensitive classified information, the attorney general of everything that I've seen he's grown up. And so, you know, part of the reason why we're sending these over in this way where we went to precept directly is because we have we have trust and confidence in him. So this is one of these things where we have to get bunch of media hype it up the fact of the matter is I want to send this to the attorney general brief him. Let him look at it. Ask us questions that he may have about this. And you know, look, these people that that were involved in this such say what we feel is inappropriate behavior. And we think that they broke the law or we wouldn't restore them for criminal prosecution book, they don't need to know what we know. And that's the bottom line. I mean, I think they all know who they are. But you know, there could be other people that don't know that we've actually found out what they were doing is wrong. So. I do not going to give these guys any advantage in tip them off. After what what we have? Let me ask you. I keep saying in describing to our audience in know, there've been four separate conclusions as it relates to Trump Russia collusion the FBI nine month investigation. You know, even page in struck. There's no they're they're both of them saying it repeatedly Lisa page saying after nine months, they had nothing before the appointment of Muller. We had the house intelligence committee investigation, which you ran you found no evidence of collusion. The same with the bipartisan Senate committee investigation led by Senator Burr now, the mullahs report couldn't be any more clear on the issue of collusion. But that's not stopping people on the other side. You know, people that have been selling conspiracy theories and outright lies in anonymous sources and breathless hysterical reporting, and and pronouncements by people in congress. But there isn't permission. There's been a parallel investigation. That I know you have been aware of in on the front lines of discovering whether Israel evidence, we have not only your criminal referrals. But we now know and have confirmation from this week that the attorney general's formed a team to review the FBI and department of Justice's actions during this probe that will be big. The inspector general Horowitz's report on abuse. I think that's going to be big not sure exactly what John Hoover is gonna come up with. But I expect it's going to be interesting more closed door testimony will be released. And then of course, the president in an interview with me a week and a half ago talked about releasing the FIS applications gang of eight materials three oh twos. And we're awaiting a court potentially giving us some information on Christopher Steele. That will be hopefully as revealing as I'm told it will be and of course, now, we have evidence the Ukrainians want to give us evidence that they were to influence our elections. You have plans to release those. Fis applications gang avait information. The three o two's of Bruce or and others and the five buckets that Jon Solomon's, they call. I do I have plans to declassify and release by have plans to absolutely release. But I have some very talented people working for me lawyers. And they really didn't want me to do it early on one of the reasons that my lawyers did want me to do is. They said if I do it, they'll call it a form of obstruction. So they'll say, oh, you release these occupants, so we would make all of this information transparent. You know in politics transparency would make it transparent. And then they'd call it obstruction knowing the people we're dealing with. So frankly, I thought it would be better if we held it to the no. But at the right time, we will be absolutely release. Again. I did the right thing by not doing it so far, but you understand they would call it something that wouldn't be the only time you'd be transparent with it say a bad thing. Things about transparency a lot of stuff coming. So there's there's a lot there. So let me let me tell you a couple of things that I think are are important here and unpack some of this. It's coming out and try to prioritize it number one is this molar dossier that I now call it because I'm this four hundred pages in all this talk about releasing it? And remember, I was the first member of congress actually say all of this should be out. But what is important is the underlying information how they reach their conclusions in what made it on the page of their four hundred page molar dossier, because I am convinced that with Weizman and all these other bad actors who should not have been involved in this in the first place because they were they should have been conflicted out. Thank a lot of your listeners understand this. But but you had Weisman and another lawyer who were on bowlers teen who were part of the chain of custody of the. Steal democrat or dossier and two thousand sixteen so so if they're all these people that are that are clamoring for transparency, and they wanna see the four hundred pages. I just hope that the attorney general goes farther than that and sends the and sends us all the information all the underlying information you because I'm looking forward to looking into, you know, all of these people that were sitting on this two year witch-hunt, I want to look at the work that they did just because you're on a special counsel doesn't mean you get special powers, and that we don't as a congress and a legislative branch don't get to investigate you. If you're not on the up and up, and I and I have a lotteries into believe that Weisman and others were not on the up and up with the American people, and they're going to be held accountable. Also, do you believe as I do? And I believe that these transcripts that have been released by congressman Doug Collins, hose door testimony that in fact, the investigation into Hillary Clinton and her Email, sir. Server was rigged. And they did it for the favored candidate that should win a hundred million zero as Peter Struck said, and he could smell not the smelly. Walmart voters that were voting for Donald Trump like me. Do you believe there was a fraud committed on the FIS accords by a withholding information from the court that being that everybody had been told Hillary paid for it? It was an unverified. We now know it's the dossier is unverified -able and largely debunked. And was that the bulk of information used? Yeah. So look, they we, you know, from from our emo- that we put out a over a year ago that they lied to the fight a court. So and there was a whole bunch of other line. Which is why we want the other the rest of the so-called Komi mosaic. We went the rest of it out too..

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"fis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"They say the dossiers true James call signs that original FIS award. That's October twenty sixteen January twenty sixteen Trump Tower. President elect Trump says I need to talk to you alone. There's this dossier out there that salacious, but it's not. Did James Comey testify in October that it was verified when he signed the FIS application, so they could use the dossier is a that's not verified as a means of spying on the Trump campaign and getting into all things Trump again to influence the election. It's all now beginning to come down, the bigger revelation last week is struck in page saying, yeah, the attorney general of Barack Obama is up to our eyeballs in all of this. And that they knew that the indictment. It would never be an indictment of Hillary Clinton on ESPN jacked. Or of course, the Email issue deletions and obstruction because all the people that worked at the department of Justice that overstep their bounds and authority and rip the investigation. A lot of it made every decision about the investigation from the FBI now that point the FBI upper echelon had ripped it out of the hands of the field agents that would normally do this type of work. So the everybody that hated Trump ended up controlling the entire process, and if Muller wanted to get to Russia, collusion, what about the Russian lies that we're used to as as the basis of applications lie defies a court judges and a conspiracy. The denying not only an American citizen is constitutional rights, but also on a on a more profound level to impact and influence the 2016 election. The very thing he's supposed to be mandated to be looking into that somewhat shocking to me. So we'll watch all of this. Now, we're all waiting for the Fiso abuse report from the inspector general Horowitz. I I imagine he's waiting until Muller finishes. I can't I mean last time it took this guy eighteen months, he's got six hundred employees working for me. I don't know why he worked so pathetically slow. But he did give us a lot of the information. We have today when he's the one that found the page and struck text messages now, we we we knew that they hated Donald Trump in every way imaginable Muller, you know, much of the important part of the insurance policy is is all of this. Meaning the dossier Muller has been running in controlling everything in the DOJ until bar. Got there now Horowitz. If his hands were tied. Taylor maybe has been keeping things from him. They won't be tied much longer longer. And we need we need to hear from these FIS accord judges themselves, and this this this is going to make a a a one eighty turn you there's going to be faster than it'd make your head spin. And it's all gonna point one direction is that it's been corrupt a witch hunt from the beginning and the evidence of abuse of power, corruption and Russian influence was on the other side. And the script has been flipped is a new poll out mainstream media actually revealing the public distrust of Muller's growing USA said today amid signs that Muller's investigation into the Russian election interference may be near its conclusions. A USA today Suffolk university poll finds that trusted Muller has eroded half of Americans now agree with the president and his contention that this is and he has been a victim of a witch-hunt. Fifty percent agree with the president. That he's been subjected to more investigations than previous presidents, and it's all political pretty sad. Now one bit of breaking news that I'm finding really fascinating is. You know, remember the one one revelation that came out last week was about Lisa page and Lisa page said, oh, there's some type of file within the FBI that verified the Steele dossier. Why I wanna see that file because that file is impossible to have been verified why?.

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"fis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The FIS Broncos was on Twitter at W IDC traffic. Randy Alice wish TV meteorologist what's going on. We're here telling me on this national weather person's day. Did you know that today's day there? Tony national weather person's day. Is that real? Yeah. It is really Google that. This was this has been going on for years here, and it's national weather person's day. So we just celebrated we had a bunch of donuts. Here's along Donut shift that the channel studios module eight one there. But anyway, no, I can't give me one. So listen, you can always send one down. I also heard that today. Is your birthday? Oh my gosh. Yeah. Both big days or national weather person's day, and yours truly my sixty third birthday. So that's the real reason sixty three. Pardon me. Randy your sixty three sixty three. I know you're thinking God, you look terrible. What happened? Eighty three here today. Here man was age as working with all these radio disc, jockeys all these years. Well that that Matt barrel. Do it's here especially mad here that really wears out. So at any rate happy birthday to you. What do you got weatherwise our big day or a cloudy? I Kohler today little patchy morning fog, high temperature thirty eight tonight, rain comes back in temps rising into the forties. A wet day tomorrow rain, high temperature fifty four rain heavy times on Thursday, high of fifty eight degrees. And then we'll go dry and colder high's mid twenties on Friday into Saturday that right, there is the birthday boy. Randy Allah's spankings are available. Just just reach him at the end of the hall. Just stop by bam hill. Really? Appreciate it. And he'll say thank you may have another. The time is eight eight this hour on ninety three WIBC is powered by Pierce jewelers. Caramels diamond engagement ring store. Hey, Tony catch. So good to be with you thirty two degrees right now. High of forty three today, of course. It is the state of the union that is the top story. What will we get a from the president? Unity. I don't think that's going to be the case. I just I'm not feeling it not expecting the idea that everyone is gonna play nice get through this. Engage their response and just go back to business as usual. It's possible. I don't know if President Trump to contain himself, and I don't know if these progressives NAS representatives can also contain. Just not sure either way it starts at nine pm. But at eight thirty I take over the Twitter feed for nine three WIBC the Twitter takeover me taking the Twitter feed at nine three WIBC on Twitter. That's what you're gonna wanna follow at eight thirty. I'll be live tweeting the state of the union in.

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"fis" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on The CyberWire

"The the nation next store whose who who you're competing against selling crops? A what about nice suddenly we start selling onto the commodity markets to give them insight to actually the UK or Europe may be, you know, quality's lowered its real time data will actually the soil quality because of the. Veda whatever. So you this real time data? Oh, we're going to have a good year. Exactly. So they can bring that number. Will. They've got the data set to watch too. They can formulate into some of their on Olympics. Right. So knifing like about guy. What if I could access old of IT environment? An ulcer the integrity of the data knowing the flow that data is being used to actually look at the, you know, the futures market whatever will the commodities markets, sir, nine knowing that as a bad guy, if I was to every piece of data that was entered and then put back up into the client divide it by two. I cannot she control the commodity market at the same time it can legitimately put money on the commodity markets. The alter the integrity of the data that's going into that price. That's what we call an integrity attack on a grand scale. And so what's what's the mitigation to that? How do you shepherd that data through to make sure that the integrity is there from start to finish? And that's my point today. We've we've barely protected the the the confidentiality of data. No one's actually thinking about the integrity of the data. Is it true? So we can take. A FIS and different types of businesses on say, right? Those businesses are using data to make appropriate business decisions. It won't point. Are they validating the input in the I put in the integrity of it? So bad guy Willie needs to do. Now. Is it some point in the life cycle of that data just manipulate the integrity of that data to affected downstream effect or have an a consequential impact my point hair Davis at the point an organization finds that they've been susceptible to an integrity attack. They've made business decisions already with an confidentiality attack. Yet is publicizes in the press reputational impart, maybe some financial business moves on integrity attack. It's going to be too late because the damage is already being done two years ago actually being using that data to make appropriate business decisions. It's a very very dangerous form of attack. And it's what I call the visible attack, which is going to come and by. Backsides, and I could imagine particularly in regulated industries. You could almost have a double whammy where if you'd been unbeknownst to you reporting, faulty data will the regulators are going to have a problem with that as well, totally. Yeah. On an again, the the the tecoteja tat could have happened free four years prior to actually the regulator realizing signify wedgie from here. So I mean, looking at at our history of some of these high profile breaches, what leads you to this conclusion that this is the direction we're heading. I always tend to look free four years ahead. We're starting to solve some the confidentiality. She's not learning. A k we are getting there. Again, it all comes into the previous puffy. It's all about data. We need to look at data understand water. The likelihood what's the problem? And it's he wants the type of tax is confidential at risk is an integrity risk were. Starting to solve some of the confidentiality risk. The likes of GDP excetera phenomenons ation, protecting data rested source, and transit, etc. But we'll see those needs to start thinking about new types of possibilities of things of occurring about as organizations become more secure the attack surface moves elsewhere. And then ultimately is all about making money from data or monetize data. So neither bad guys is going to go, right? What if I can affect to Coles or create a cools to occur to left to affect Kohl's world impact to the right to monetize? What is the solution to the integrity focused attack? If we you and I've talked previously about using encryption technological solutions. If I take care of the basics is that going to protect me from this as well. Greg question muffing changed? They've it's the basic. So again, if we go back to the time. In a when in the Victorian times. I would send a letter that would be a a wax seal on it. And if that was putting the suited broken guess, well, I know the the integrity of that let has been called permits..

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"fis" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"fis" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Some genius says yes, we use page page was an informant into Berea cough case this great look at all these Russians Russians everywhere. Now since we got nothing yet in the Flynn case. Here's how we keep this thing. Open. Let's investigate page for collusion with the Russians. Oh, awesome. Now, we know they've been on masking. We know they've been listening in through that we know we've been they've been using the NSA database. We've seen the information by the Pfizer court thing. So that's ongoing at the time. But we know Mike Rogers from the NSA is getting a little Hanky on that shutting that down. So now, they decided to keep the investigation open because they gotta get Flynn. Gotta get Trump. They're gonna use Carter page, and they're going to use plan b the FIS accords. Let's go to the FIS accords. We can get a warrant to spy on them. We can get a warrant to spy on Carter page, and it's all. Ladies and gentlemen. But there's a problem. Here's the problem with Carter page. He hasn't done anything. He hasn't committed a crime either. So let's be clear Flynn starts this whole thing paragraph one it doesn't work on Flint because he hasn't committed a crime. So now, they move onto another innocent victim of this which Carter page, but they don't have a crime in. What's the problem with spying on someone to the Pfizer court show, the problem with spying on someone to the FIS accord is you need to things to do it? You need to show number one that the person you want to spy on his acting as an agent of a foreign government. But number two, you have to show that he's doing so in violation of a specific US law. Acting behalf of a foreign government number one is not illegal Joe. Lobbyists, all the time lobby the United States government behalf Saudi Arabia because there's nothing illegal about all you have to do is report it on their Farah every which is what ironically they got Flynn for them one of the charges which never with a rarely charged. But they they found of course, because they had to keep the attention on Flint, but remember lobbying behalf for foreign interest is not a legal. Doing so in contravention of US law and in violation of a law is illegal or what's the problem with page. They don't have number two. They did have actually number two. If we're thinking about the other way, they had maybe you'll figure that one out. I know the adults the will. But it was number two. They had but they didn't have number two. If you get what I mean. They didn't have page acting in violation of any US law. Enter Lee Smith into the picture with the manifesto of the day. The must read manifesto he brilliantly picks up what you're gonna have to read the story twice. But it's so good. He picks apart. How would I said to you in that viral speech at the breakers, which is now close to two million views? How in plan b in order to manufacture a crime? They had to invent it. When I say manufacturer time, you may say who the F B I managers, Peter stroke and the show and the small team cabal that we're committed to taking down the Trump team. We know they hated Trump. We know Komi hated Trump. We knew they will working in conjunction with DOJ people like, Bruce or who couldn't stand Donald Trump. They needed a crime. Well, how do you get a crime show? Make one up isn't make what up. And who better to make one up than their old, buddy? Christopher Steele who they worked within the past on the fief occasions. The soccer corruption case, conveniently Chris risk, defer steals being paid through fusion GPS by Hillary Clinton's team and Perkins coup. Their law firm to hide the money, so some genius. And the FBI says a crime on Carter page. I've got an idea. Let's just go to this cat Christopher Steele. He seems to have all the goodies show. The problem is the goodies were baddies. The story is bogus..

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