17 Burst results for "Federal Bureau Of Investigations"

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We are New York talking about what matters to you. Now it's former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on New York's talk radio 77 w A. B C Giuliani back on. I just got thiss from Christiane if she found it. Just kind of want to point this out. Today. The district attorney in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. And this is right, referred to the Federal Bureau investigation. Scranton resident Scranton home of Joe Biden. And today they revealed a case. In which FBI personnel working together with the Pennsylvania state Police have been able to uncover numerous valets military ballots. And at this point we can confirm that it Number of military ballots were discarded. Investigators have recovered some of the ballot. All of the ballots were cast for Who do you think? Think they would consider a Democrat. I would like to bet me You think any one of them was cast for Democrats? The role cast for Donald Trump, and they were being too started already. They're cheating already in Pennsylvania. Stop The Bull, New York Times that there is no voter fraud. It is epidemic. In the crooked old Democratic on place like Chicago, like Philadelphia, like New York like Boston, like Baltimore, like the District of Columbia. And in other places as well. I don't know if you are just completely Completely unaware of what goes on in the streets of the city of the cities where you have newspapers and you sit in that high tower. And you have no idea what people are doing. I can personally tell you about my experiences with what the Democratic Party done and what they've done to me when I ran. Hey, man, I even spent a million dollars The second time I ran two stop voter fraud, and I was able to cut it by about 20 or 30,000. They still got away with 30,000 votes. They were voting busloads of people five and 10 and 15 times. The only people who deny a phony. He's like you. The Times. What a bunch of phony Now we go to Derek in Virginia. Virginia. Great. Are you on Derek? Hey, How you doing? Thanks. You for having me how you how you listening to us On what It's called into the line a most unity on the on the Internet and I wanted to bring up some information, everybody, everybody, I want people to do that. That's good. Good but may have first of all, thank you for all the work you've done in New York City on the Native New Yorker, and I know what you did in New York City to clean up the mess, and it's very said with the class was doing when I called about today is a more serious issue. How Obama and by completely disengage with law enforcement. Over the years as Hezbollah one of the biggest terrorist organizations in the world. We're building up a global network of drug trafficking allover the world. And so I want you to understand this because as we talk about the leadership of our country We can't have a guy who's potentially going to be the president That's disregarding Lauren order and disregarding war enforcement. When we identified Hezbollah and their global network off cocaine trafficking and millions of dollars worth of money laundering, I ran special operations division. For about 10 years which had 30 agencies who you are you're charged with. I worked with Dia, but I was in charge of a great great great agency by the way. Great agency the way May you help my father when he was the chief of the cast was for many years in New York City when you were in the U. S attorney, So thank you for that, too, But I think I think I know I think I think I know you are Look, if you want to be very, very important, so we made great cases. Derek, we made great cases. We cleaned up the city, by the way that we didn't We didn't you know, not go after Republicans and just go after Democrats or we didn't do this crap like they're doing now where Biden but the Bidens have made millions millions millions millions selling office. And the New York Times and the Post..

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The media have broken down. We had a mob mentality now in this country. At least half the people in the country, and the majority in the house of representatives continue with this coup. Why do I call it a coup while now we have the mullahs report you've been hearing about it for several days? Here's the Mullery. Put see the report. That's the Malla report. His volume one of the report volume one. You could enjoy this cost thirty five million dollars now volume one of the mullahs reports two hundred pages. Why do they need two hundred pages and thirty five million dollars to tell us? There was no collusion. There was never any collusion. His collusion issue was pushed by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Obama administration. There are things that have been done in the last three years to candidate Trump President-elect Trump, President Trump that should not occur in the United States with America. Senior levels of the Federal Bureau investigation. These individuals should be charged. They're the ones who interfered with our election even more effectively than the Russians. They are still at senior levels of the Federal Bureau investigation. Planted a spy. That's right. A spy in the Trump administration. They lied to federal courts not once but four times the Pfizer court in order to get a counterintelligence warrant, and they got it. And who are they spying on page? It was a backdoor effort to go after that Trump campaign you had the Hillary campaign the Obama administration trying to take out the Republican candidate for president of the United States. Under the pastas.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm just dying. Here's as I'm reading part of the transcript of. Evans. To find some truth. Is that what you're looking for? Well, I've tried to shake down. Nike in stead. They went to the prosecutors within a week is from Bloomberg. Ebony was arrested nabbed on Monday as he was arriving for a meeting at a New York law firm. According to a person familiar with the matter the firm is representing Nike and its lawyers wore wires to secretly record their conversations with. No, oh, they wore wires you ready for this. And they also they also. Phone calls. I'll go take ten billion dollars off your clients market cap. But I'm not f ING around. He told Nike's attorneys in a March twentieth. Phone calls secretly recorded by the FBI at twelve sixteen pm on Monday, just minutes before its arrest of Eddie posted a tweet saying he would hold a press conference. Tuesday to disclose a major high-school college basketball scandal perpetrated by Nike that he claimed to have uncovered. I saw that when he posted that that's the whole thing. I saw that in real time. This criminal conduct reaches the highest levels of Nike and involves some of the biggest names in college basketball. Said the US attorney in New York, by the way, I think this is a southern district of New York. Oh tables during at its core. This was an old fashioned shakedown. Here's my question. Is it? Okay. When a porn star does it. But not okay. No, no, no, no, no did. Did. Did they set him up? Did did the did the did he get a final? No answer. Did they tell him? No. We're not going to. We're not going to meet your demands. And so he went and called the press conference, which the prosecutor said, I did not say, yeah, let's say no and see where he goes. And if he does it because once he did it once he put out that that tweet he followed through with the threat, he followed through with that threat at that point. They got him hook line, and sinker. Yes. Man. I'll tell you right now. I someone said at the other day, but when the feds come to your door. You better be begging to make a plea deal because you can bet. Unless it's a special counsel. That they're going that they've got their case wrapped up by that time. So if you talk about the wires, if you talk about the recording phone calls, and then all of the other evidence that would go into a case like this. I I really don't know how you get out get away found guilty. I don't know how you get out of prison talk. This was not a small deal. If if if accurate and true, evidently is alleged threat appears to be centered on the ongoing investigation in the United States into corruption involving NC double a basketball Nike said it's been cooperating with prosecutors for over a year and immediately told them of his actions when Mr Evans attempted to extort Nike over this matter Nike with the assistance of outside counsel, aided the investigation. The company said a call to the firm wasn't immediately. Returned Evans tweet mentioned the scant just mentioning the scandal. Sent Nike shared down as much as one point six percent during a two month, low the stock rebounded after the charges were announced and ended up point two percent for the day up. Now, what's his name Marghera goes is listed as a co conspirator being those apparently he had mentioned him, even though gurgles goes faces no charges. But apparently, they took them off of CNN Gary goes because of it. Yeah. I I just don't even. Let's put it this way. That's an act of a of an extremely desperate, man. Yeah. Look if you find something about a company, and you believe it should be exposed. And you you know, you have real information than all right, go go for it. Right. Yep. In the case told Nike beginning on March nineteenth, and he and a co conspirator identified as Wall Street at by the Wall Street Journal is attorney Mark era goes had evidence from a client that at least one Nike employees made illegal payments to families of top high school basketball players and sought to hide that prosecutor said the client was purportedly an amateur basketball player. Coach whose team had once at a contract with Nike. They said garett goes is not accused of any wrongdoing and did not return a phone, call seeking comment. Eddie told Nike's lures he will hold a press conference the next day to announce a misconduct saying he had approached Nike because he knew that the annual NCW basketball tournament was about to begin in the company headquarters earnings call set for March twenty first avenue just said he would hold off the press conference if the payments were made. After the March nineteenth meeting. Nike's lawyers contacted federal authorities the next day lawyers telephone Evan. He's accomplished while the Federal Bureau investigation recorded the call the US said agents recorded two more calls including one with avenue. Eddie, well, who is his accomplice was that Garrett goes?.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:45 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Easy to remember bitcoin dot com, Mark here, as we continue a little bit more about the story where the FBI busted a child porn suspect who apparently just admitted to having it and watching it, and such and he then signed a form that allowed the FBI to take over his Instagram and kick accounts. I hope he uses those four years in prison to do some kind of therapy on himself and break, whatever. Bad habits that he had developed at some point. And I'm sure that it was relieving all that stuff off of his shoulders when he talked to the FBI, however when he turned over his stuff. Loggins, and that's one of the FBI they worked he was an admin on these sites, and they which basically made chat rooms sites. All rooms. Okay. These chat rooms, he they they see he sees the images going by. He has control to some extent. What's going on? You can kick people out and that kind of thing the FBI took over his stuff and just continued to run the site for you're gonna half. And at this point doesn't have any arrests. No, not a single prosecution at all has resulted from this at least it's been on the record so far, according to Forbes who got the exclusive on the story, and they're not even sure according to the Warren, whether or not the chat rooms have even been shut down at this point. He commandeered account is no longer. Available on kick. Though. The company said it's never been notified by law enforcement of any undercover operation. The case reintroduces tough questions over the merits of allowing harmful web behavior in order to catch criminals committing the same wrongs on a larger scale those questions came to the fore with a capture and maintenance of the dark web child pornography site playpen for years ago, and it's a situation likely to become more familiar criminals manipulate lightly police internet platforms whose users range in the billions last month. Youtube was forced to purge four hundred channels after a youtuber showed that predators were time stamping and commenting on videos in which children were in quotes sexually implicit positions unquote links to actual child porn were placed in the comments of those videos as well, major advertisers whose ads were shown alongside those videos. Swiftly ditched YouTube Google owned streaming sites that it was deeply concerned about the issue. This case the YouTube ones, it's basically just people's home movies Ryan line and then weirdos Perv ING on their kids. Here's a tip. Don't put your videos your kids in a public place. If you don't want weirdos to find. Them. You know, if you want to share video with grandma you can upload it as unlisted on YouTube, and then just give grandma the unlisted URL. And then only only the people to whom she shares that URL will likely ever see it. So there are ways to, you know, not show the world, you know, your kids in the pool or were bathtub or whatever it is that you're showing them, right, right? The Google owned streaming sites that they were deeply concerned about the issue and last week banned all comments on videos containing children stink. Alright seems a little excessive. What are the points that comment suck Google excuse me? Youtube comments suck the most though. I mean, this it this is a cesspool. I mean, you can't comments are terrible. Let's go to your calls and thoughts. There's more on the story about what happened in Utah with the feds taking over child porn accounts. Let's go to Tim in South Carolina. Tim, you're on free talk live. Go ahead. Guys. Thanks for having me. I gotta say I disagree with you completely. I mean at the end of the day, we can all agree that failure is absolutely immoral. But beyond that, it's it's against the law. Still engaging. It is it gets the law. How do you combat that against the law, and they do it though? What's against the law for an individual to do it now for law enforcement to combat it? It has to have some tactics that can allow them to be able to gather evidence and sign perpetrators are engaging legal activity. You just shut down one website. They popped up ten. I mean, you know. So at the end of the day, it's war goes on. Well, look the same thing for prostitution. I mean, you know, you can argue the merits of whether it's moral or immoral, but at this point, it's still legal. So if you're engaging in that activity, and we all know that it it it has been here problems. And and the only problems are that it's illegal the only problem with prostitution is that it's because otherwise respected industry an undercover operation. That's going after the mafia now in that process. They have to go undercover oriented Dirk deal. They had to go undercover create a legend or you think they should be able to sell the drugs that they intend to bust people for I think that if the end of the day, they're put in very difficult places. My question. Wait a second. I'm not I'm not in a court of law here. I'm giving you my you asked. I'm asking you for your opinion. Should they be able to sell the very drugs that are they then going to turn around and rescue for? Okay. If you want to give me a second to respond. I'm happy to replace. Okay. At the end of the day. I don't think that. Rape. You know, obviously, a drug deal happen when somebody puts themselves out the sell that product and somebody about the by and at that moment when they asked the God. Well, that makes sense. Potent rock deal. That's how a drug dealer busted. That makes the cops aren't putting drugs. He's not listening. He's talking about. But the cops aren't putting drugs on the street. Let's let's let's start. Let's step back for a second is the distribution. Does the distribution of child pornography creative victim? The drug. A different question. Just a second. Well, you could. I'm listening to what that does. Does the distribution of child pornography creative victim? Absolutely excellent Federal Bureau of investigation sloughing by administering and allowing the opportunity to gather evidence and find perpetrator the only way that you can do that in any logical way is to be. You're not a perpetrator you're in the process of gathering evidence. You're finding goes better in the process. You're finding the locating. Wait a second. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. If I ran a ring of people who run around punching people in the face. I clearly have victims. Please. Take over the ring and run around and punch in the faces. They're creating victims you said the distribution of pornography. Creates a victim. I'm asking you is the FBI creating victims. If an undercover officer is taking down a drug dealer or taking down a mafia mob crimes that are happening in his presence during that time. Does that mean that the one that's doing something illegal? No, he's in the process of touching somebody down for how many, okay? So if that's the case how many people need to be busted for every hundred thousand images and videos that the FBI facilitates as many people as we can take off of the street, Dirk budgets, come your employees Federal Bureau investigations to distribute child pornography and making excuses for it. And so far in this investigation. They haven't arrested anybody and it's been a year and half of distributing child pornography..

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:30 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And good morning. Let us head right to you. We go to let me see I rot in fort. Smith Arkansas, we talked earlier about the liberal feminist upset about where the transgender activists going these days. Rod welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Thank you, sir. Appreciate always listen to you guys for like a decade. I mean, you're. My conservative barometer banks. But I really listened for deep guy got to see what he's got to say make like. Blah, blah, blah. Yeah. I mean when he said yes that one not about fell out my seat. You. Well, he doesn't he doesn't talk a lot. But he has powerful moments when he does he's a man of few words. Yes. Extremely powerful. They can't do that. Anybody can kill you anything. And if they're part of their freedom of speech, I get that. When the government starts enforcing. Ruled about freedom of speech that would be in direct violation of the constitution. Like that Virginia professionally got fired that is a Representative of Virginia state government entity cannot do that. I'd have my lawyer living in my bedroom until my lawsuit was settled on that they would have enough money for a basketball team next year. Really them one government. I mean, that's the first amendment is spirit. And literal writing of the first member is protecting from the government for free speech is not ESPN. And I and I believe that in the the the the Human Rights Council in New York, and I do believe the the California law will at one point be tested in the court. Yeah. Thank you. I will go right to the court. Yeah. It will. I I think you'll have somebody that will be punished. Although I don't know that you know, that is going to be necessary, especially with California are the question is who would who would challenge that. But I I don't think it's going to be longer for that law's challenge. David in San Francisco about Stacey Abrams and the state of the union. David, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Appreciate it. Actually support the the use of her in the response. She actually warn the guy that she ran against in. She ran for the governorship for listeners that are familiar with her. She ran for governor this last election to one and the the guy who was the secretary of state who manage the elections for the state of Georgia stole it. So completely okay fine. Let's move on. He's not she's not the governor's. Yeah. He's not in power. Yeah. She's not she's not in in in right now. And she she didn't wiggly wing. She didn't legally will you can you can come up with your your conspiracy theories. And we get that by the way from both sides. Well, this happened and that person was involved, but that's not how elections work. Well, and he and he also we're just not going to continue with it. But his other point we're not we're not going to deal with your conspiracy theories on on radio. We just we don't deal with other shows may we don't as his other point was Trump has a lot to explain on Russian collusion. What's the accusation? Nobody is an accusation yet. There's not even an accusation of a crime as we brought up right time fire sale. What's he going to explain? Yeah. As we have said, if if you believe that Trump, you cannot be anything, but a political hack and say, the Trump needs to explain his Russian ties and Russian collusion when number one you can't even tell us what the allegation is. Nobody has been able to tell us what the specific allegation is. And you can't ask that question without asking the question. What are the Russian ties to the Hillary campaign, the DNC the FBI the department of Justice and the intelligence agencies? What are their ties to Russia since they used Russian information that was discredited in order to try to destroy Donald Trump? Right. You can't be anything, but a political hack if you're going to be fair and not a political hack. Fine. Ask both questions, but explained what the allegation is against Donald Trump. What are the what are the pieces of evidence that nobody is debating that exist in? Officials settings. Like, we know the Democrats and what they did with information discredited false information mostly discredited mostly false information that they received they claim from the Russians. If you're worried about the Russians and collusion's if you don't question, the Democrats and had more serious considerations and concern with the Democrats because we actually know and nobody is disputing that evidence. If you don't question that you are simply a political hack. You don't want to get into the truth as to whether Russia was really involved, and what really the FBI the department of Justice, the Hillary campaign, and the DNC was really involved in because they had the closest ties of anybody in the two thousand sixteen election to the Russians there's no one even disputing nobody's disputing it. No. We know. Donald trump. What's the allegation? What did he do identified the crime identify the crime, we can go the specific with the specific behavior that was done by the DNC the Hillary campaign. The department of Justice the FBI in using information that they sought out through Christopher Steele and paid money for the DNC and Hillary Clinton to get that dirt on Donald Trump. There was unverified. A lot of it's salacious. And as Michael is a cough said was one of those who broke a lot of the news on the whole dossier said mostly false. Well, I and and so what you have is the Hillary campaign and the DNC working with the Russians to influence the election. Yes. That's what you've and then the department of Justice. And the Federal Bureau investigation under the Obama administration. With also input from the intelligence agencies of this country under the Obama administration that used that discredited mostly false dossier. That came from the Russians used it to try to destroy Donald Trump. If you're a democrat, and you don't acknowledge that when you bring up anything about Trump ask all the questions that you want with Trump, it's a free country. But if you are if if you are not concerned with what the Democrats did. And you're concerned about Trump where there's no evidence of that. Identify forget about the crime any behavior of even associating with them to try to destroy the Hillary campaign because even the stone thing is they said stone think doesn't affect takes you in the opposite direction. Right. As even we play the audio cut from from MSNBC is I said, well, no there is no evidence of his Katy Tur said there what we don't have as any American involvement Trump or collusion or anything like that. Will I can tell you where the behavior of collusion is with the Democrats and the DNC and the department of Justice and Komi and McCabe and Peter Struck and Bruce and Nellie or and Lisa page. We can we can go through all we can go through the entire thing. And nobody's disputing the evidence of that behavior. As we have said that is nothing, but at the minimum indirect collusion with the Russians and direct collusion with the Russians when it comes to Christopher Steele. Who was paid by the DNC and the and the Hillary campaign to get the unverifiable mostly false information. Although those are quotes, I'm us that should be in quotes that was used to try try to destroy Donald Trump, and when they couldn't destroy his campaign tried to destroy the legitimacy of an election, and they're still doing. Yep. And again, it's no one is disputing not. We have no idea if Moller's going to do anything about it urging buddy else for that matter. But you have testimony. Do you have testimony from Bruce and Delhi, or if you have questions about Trump, you have to ten times a number of questions one hundred time the number of questions and concerns about the Democrats and the FBI the department of Justice and intelligence agencies under President Obama during the two thousand sixteen campaign, if you don't you're nothing, but a political hack. We have gone through point-by-point every time an allegation has come up about Trump where it's you know, where its leading we did the same with Roger stone the first two days of this week. What was actually there? What what did it show? There's five years documented of of evidence of the Obama administration not adhering to the direction of the the FIS the court. We learned that. From circle news and their report with court documents attached. Just days before the election. They show up at court and say sorry your honor. We didn't really adhere to that. What you told us back in two thousand eleven that you were over. We were overstepping our bounds. And this administration. Where's where's the outrage there? And so the last caller if you truly want to get into a discussion fine. But you don't know you want it throughout conspiracy theories. You wanna throw everything we we don't deal with that. Well, call another show. It's it's a very tired narrative on the on the whole Russian thing, by the way. And it's and the whole thing Stacey Abrams. She's not governor. She has no power to do any. She legally lost. She went through. She went through what she believed was all the legal recourses, and she lost the election. We're not going to get into the your particular conspiracy theories. Now, we know you have we know why you support it because the supports fantasy. Let's pretend she has power. She does not not at this point. Eight six six ninety redeye. Get in touch.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:31 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Welcome and good morning. Let us head right to you. We go to. Let me see I rot in fort. Smith Arkansas, we talked earlier about the liberal feminist upset about where the transgender activists are going these days. Rod welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Thank you, sir, operate. Always listen to you guys for like a decade. I mean, you're. Like my conservative barometer. Thanks. But I really listened for deep people's guy got to see what he's gonna say next. Blah, blah, blah. Yeah. I mean when you said yes that one not about fell out my seat. Yes. Yeah. But you know, he, well, he doesn't he doesn't talk a lot. But he has powerful moments when he does he's a man of few words. Yes. Extremely powerful chant do that. Anybody can tell you anything. And if they're part of their freedom of speech. I get that. When the government starts enforcing. Rules about freedom of speech that would be in direct violation of the constitution. Like that Virginia professional. They got fired. That is a Representative of Virginia state government entity cannot do that. I'd have my lawyer living in my spare bedroom until my lawsuit was settled on that they would have enough money for a basketball team next year. I would really rip them one. Because. I mean, that's the first amendment is spirit and mineral riding the first amendment is protected from the government for printing, the speeches are not. Yes. And I and I believe that in the the the the Human Rights Council in New York, and I do believe the California law will at one point be tested in the court. Yeah. Thank you. We'll go right to the court yet. It will. I I think you'll have somebody that will be punished. Although I don't know that you know, that is going to be necessary, especially with California are the question is who would who would challenge that. But I I don't think it's going to be long before that laws challenge. David in San Francisco about Stacey Abrams and the state of the union. David, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Oh, yeah. Appreciate it. I actually support the the use of her in the response, you know, she actually wars the guy that she ran against in. She ran for the governorship for listeners are familiar with her. She ran for governor this last election to one and the the guy who was the secretary of state who managed the elections for the state of Georgia stolen. So completely move on. He's not she's not the governor's. Yeah. He's not in power. Yeah. She's not the governor. She's not in in in right now. And she didn't she didn't. She didn't legally will you can you can come up with your your conspiracy theories. And we get that by the way from both sides all this happened. And that person was involved. Well, that's not how elections work. Well, and he and he also we're just not going to continue with it. But his other point we're not gonna we're not going to deal with your conspiracy theories on on radio. We just we don't deal with that other shows may we don't as his other point was Trump has a lot to explain on Russian collusion. What's the accusation? Nobody is an accusation yet. There's not even an accusation of a crime as we brought up right times for sale. What's he going to explain? Yeah. As we have said, if if you believe that Trump, you cannot be anything, but a political hack and say, the Trump needs to explain his Russian ties and Russian collusion when number one you can't even tell us what the allegation is. Nobody has been able to tell us what the specific allegation is. And you can't ask that question without asking the question. What are the Russian ties to the Hillary campaign, the DNC the FBI the department of Justice and the intelligence agencies? What are their ties to Russia since they used Russian information that was discredited in order to try to destroy Donald Trump? Right. You can't be anything, but a political hack if you're going to be fair and not a political hack. Fine. Ask both questions, but explained was what the allegation is against Donald Trump. What are the what are the pieces of evidence that nobody is debating then exist in? Official settings. Like, we know the Democrats and what they did with information discredited false information mostly discredited mostly false information that they received they claim from the Russians. If you're worried about the Russians and collusion's if you don't question, the Democrats and have more serious considerations and concern with the Democrats because we actually know and nobody is disputing that evidence. If you don't question that you are simply a political hack. You don't want to get into the truth as to whether Russia was really involved, and what really the FBI the department of Justice to Hillary campaign, and the DNC was really involved in because they had the closest ties of anybody in the twenty sixteen election to the Russians there's no one even disputing it. Nobody's disputing at all we know. Donald trump. What's the allegation? What did he do identified the crime identified the crime, we can go the specific with the specific behavior that was done by the DNC the Hillary campaign? The department of Justice the FBI in using information that they sought out through Christopher Steele and paid money for the DNC and Hillary Clinton to get that dirt on Donald Trump. It was unverified. A lot of it's salacious. And as Michael is a cop said was one of those who broke a lot of the news on the whole she said mostly false. Well, and and so what you have is the Hillary campaign and the DNC working with the Russians to influence the election. Yes. That's what you've and then the department of Justice. And the Federal Bureau investigation under the Obama administration. With also import from the intelligence agencies of this country under the Obama administration that used that discredited mostly false dossier. That came from the Russians used it to try to destroy Donald Trump. If you're a democrat, and you don't ignore that. When you bring up anything about Trump ask all the questions you want with Trump. It's a free country. But if you are if if you are not concerned with what the Democrats did. And you're concerned about Trump where there's no evidence of that crime. That's been identified forget about the crime any behavior of even associating with them to try to destroy the Hillary campaign. Because even the stone thing is a said stone thing doesn't infect takes you in the opposite direction. Right. As even we play the audio cut from from MSNBC is said, well, no there is no evidence of Katy Tur said there what we don't have as any American involvement Trump or collusion or anything like that. Well, I can tell you where the behavior of collusion is with the Democrats and the DNC and the department of Justice and Komi and McCabe and Peter Struck and Bruce sore and Nellie or and Lisa page. We can we can go through all we can go through the entire thing. And nobody's disputing the evidence of that behavior. As we have said that is nothing, but at the minimum indirect collusion with the Russians and direct collusion with the Russians when it comes to Christopher Steele. Who was paid by the DNC and the and the Hillary campaign to get the unverifiable mostly false information. Are those quotes I'm used that post? Trump should be in quotes. That was used to try try to destroy Donald Trump, and when they couldn't destroy his campaign tried to destroy the legitimacy of an election, and they're still doing it. And again, it's no one is disputing not. We have no idea if Moller's going to do anything about it or anybody else for that matter. But you have testimony. Do you have testimony from Bruce and Delhi, or if you have questions about Trump, you have to ten times a number of questions one hundred times, the number of questions and concerns about the Democrats and the FBI the department of Justice and intelligence agencies under President Obama during the twenty sixteen campaign, if you don't you're nothing, but a political hack. We have gone through point-by-point. Every time an allegation has come up about Trump words, you know, where its leading we did the same with Roger stone. The first two days this week. What was actually there? Well, what what did it show? There's five years documented of of evidence of the Obama administration not adhering to the direction of the the Pfizer court. We learn that. From circle news and their report with court documents attached. Just days before the election. They show up at court and say sorry your honor. We didn't really hear too that. What you told us back in two thousand eleven that you were over. We were overstepping our bounds. And this administration. Where's where's the outrage there? And so the last caller if you truly want to get into a discussion fine. But you don't know, you know, you wanna draw conspiracy theories. You wanna throw everything we don't deal with that. Well, call another show. It's it's a very tired narrative on the on the whole Russian thing, by the way. And it's and the whole thing was Stacey Abrams. She's not forgotten. She has no power to do any. She legally lost. She went through. She went through what she believed was all the legal recourses, and she lost the election. We're not going to get into the your particular conspiracy theories. Now, we know you have we know why you support it because the left supports fantas let's pretend she has power. She does not not at this point. Eight six six ninety redeye. Get in touch with.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:31 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Redeye welcome and good morning. Let us head right to you. We go to. Let me see I rod enforcement Arkansas we talked earlier about the liberal feminist upset about where the transgender activists are going these days. Rod welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Thank you, sir. Appreciate it. I always listen to you guys for like a decade. I mean, you're my conservative barometer banks. But I really listen for people has got to see what he's gonna say next. Liable, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. I mean when you said yes that one not about fell out my seat. Yes. Yeah. But you know, he, well, he doesn't he doesn't talk a lot. But he has powerful moments when he does he's a man of few words. Yes. Extremely powerful. They can't do that. Anybody can kill you anything, and it's part of their freedom of speech. I get that. When the government starts enforcing. Rules about freedom of speech that would be in direct violation of the constitution. Like that Virginia. Professor, they got fired. That is a Representative of Virginia state government entity cannot do that. I'd have my lawyer living in my spare bedroom until my lawsuit was settled it. I Don that they would have enough money for a basketball team next year. I would really rip them one because you government. I mean, that's the first amendment is spirit. And literal writing of the first member is protecting from the government for free speech or not. Yes. And I and I believe that in the the the the Human Rights Council in New York, and I do believe the California law will at one point be tested in the core. Yeah. Thank you. We'll go right to the court yet. It will. I I think you'll have somebody that will be punished. Although I don't know that you know, that is going to be necessary, especially with California are the question is who would who would challenge that. But I don't think it's going to be long before that laws challenge. David in San Francisco about Stacey Abrams and the state of the union. David, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Oh, yeah. Appreciate it. I actually support the the use of her in the response. You know, she actually warn the guy that she ran against in. She ran for the governorship for listeners at our familiar with her. She ran for governor this last election, she won and the the guy who was the secretary of state who managed the elections for the state of Georgia stole it. So completely okay. Fine. He's not she's not the governor's. Yeah. He's not in power. She's not she's not in in right now. And she did she didn't wiggly went. She didn't legally will you can you can come up with your your conspiracy theories. And we get that by the way from both sides. Well, this happened and that person was involved. Well, that's not how elections work. Well, and he and he also we're just not gonna continue with it. But his other point we're not we're not going to deal with your conspiracy theories on on the radio, we just we don't deal with that other shows may we don't as his other point was Trump has a lot to explain on Russian collusion. What's the accusation? Nobody is an accusation yet. There's not even an accusation of a crime down as we brought up right times for fire. What's he going to explain? Yeah. As we have said, if if you believe that Trump, you cannot be anything, but a political hack and say, the Trump needs to explain his Russian ties and Russian collusion when number one you can't even tell us what the allegation is. Nobody has been able to tell us what the specific allegation is. And you can't ask that question without asking the question. What are the Russian ties to the Hillary campaign, the DNC the FBI the department of Justice and the intelligence agencies? What are their ties to Russia since they used Russian information that was discredited in order to try to destroy Donald Trump? Right. You can't be anything, but a political hack if you're going to be fair and not a political. Jack. Fine. Ask both questions, but explained us what the allegation is against Donald Trump. What are the what are the pieces of evidence that nobody is debating that exist in? Official settings. Like, we know the Democrats and what they did with information discredited false information mostly discredited mostly false information that they received they claim from the Russians. If you're worried about the Russians and collusion's if you don't question, the Democrats and have more serious considerations and concern with the Democrats because we actually know and nobody is disputing that evidence. If you don't question that you are simply a political hack. You don't want to get into the truth as to whether Russia was really involved, and what really the FBI the department of Justice, the Hillary campaign, and the DNC was really involved in because they had the closest ties of anybody in the twenty sixteen election to the Russians there's no one even disputing it. Nobody's disputing it. No. We know. Donald trump. What's the allegation? What did he do identify the crime identified the crime, we can go the specific with the specific behavior that was done by the DNC the Hillary campaign. The department of Justice the FBI in using information that they sought out through Christopher Steele and paid money for the DNC and Hillary Clinton to get that dirt on Donald Trump. There was unverified. A lot of it's salacious. And as Michael is a cough said was one of those who broke a lot of the news on the whole dossier said mostly false. Well, I and and so what you have is the Hillary campaign and the DNC working with the Russians to influence the election. Yes. That's what you've and then the department of Justice. And the Federal Bureau investigation under the Obama administration. With also import from the intelligence agencies of this country under the Obama administration that used that discredited mostly false dossier. That came from the Russians used it to try to destroy Donald Trump. If you're a democrat, and you don't acknowledge that when you bring up anything about Trump ask all the questions that you want with Trump, it's a free country. But if you are if if you are not concerned with what the Democrats did. And you're concerned about Trump where there's no evidence of that crime identified forget about the crime any behavior of even associating with them to try to destroy the Hillary campaign because even the stone thing is they said don't think doesn't effect takes you in the opposite direction. As even we play the audio cut from from MSNBC is a said, well, no there is no evidence of Katy Tur said there what we don't have as any American involvement Trump or collusion or anything like that. Will I can tell you where the behavior of collusion is with the Democrats and the DNC and the department of Justice and Komi and McCabe and Peter Struck and Bruce sore and Nellie or and Lisa page. We can we can go through the we can go through the entire thing. And nobody's disputing the evidence of that behavior. As we have said that is nothing, but at the minimum indirect collusion with the Russians and direct collusion with the Russians when it comes to Christopher Steele. Who was paid by the DNC and the and the Hillary campaign to get the unverifiable mostly false information. Although those are quotes I'm used that POS from should be in quotes. That was used to try try to destroy Donald Trump, and when they couldn't destroy his campaign tried to destroy the legitimacy of an election, and they're still doing that. Yeah. And again, it's no one is disputing not. We have no idea. If is going to do anything about it early body else for that matter. But you have testimony. Do you have testimony from Bruce and Delhi, or if you have questions about Trump, you have to ten times the number of questions one hundred time the number of questions and concerns about the Democrats and the FBI department of Justice and intelligence agencies under President Obama during the two thousand sixteen campaign, if you don't you're nothing, but a political hack. We have gone through point by point every time an allegation has come up about Trump where it's you know, where its leading we did the same with Roger stone the first two days of this week. What was actually there? What what what did it show there? Five years documented of of evidence of the Obama administration not adhering to the direction of the the Pfizer court. We learn that. From circle news and their report with court documents attached. Just days before the election. They show up at court and say sorry your honor. We didn't really adhere to that. What you told us back in two thousand eleven that you were over. We were overstepping our bounds. And this administration. Where's where's the outrage there? And so the last caller if you truly want to get into a discussion fine. But you don't know you wanna draw conspiracy theories. You wanna throw everything we we don't deal with that. Well, call another show. It's it's a very tired narrative on the on the whole Russian thing, by the way. And it's and the whole thing was Stacey Abrams. She's not governor. She has no power to do. She legally lost. She went through. She went through what she believed was all the legal recourses, and she lost the election. We're not going to get into the your particular conspiracy theories. Now, we know you have we know why you support it because the left supports fantasy. Let's pretend she has power. She does not not at this point. Eight six six ninety redeye. Get in touch.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:29 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WJR 760

"For those not on MBA. There's Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye welcome and good morning. Let us head right to you. We go to let me see I rot in fort. Smith Arkansas, we talked earlier about the liberal feminist upset about where the transgender activists are going these days. Rod welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Thank you, Sarah. Appreciate always listen to you guys for like a decade. I mean, you're conservative barometer banks. But I really listened for people has got to see what he's got to say next. Blah, blah, blah. Yeah. I mean when he said yes that one not about fell out my seat. Yes. He well, he doesn't he doesn't talk a lot. But he has powerful moments when he does he's a man of few words. Yes. Extremely powerful. They can't do that. Anybody can kill you anything. And if they're part of their freedom of speech, I guess that when the government starts enforcing rules about freedom of speech that would be in direct violation of constitutional like that Virginia. Professor, they got fired. That is a Representative of Virginia state government entity cannot do that. I'd have my lawyer living in my spare bedroom until my lawsuit was settled I that they would have enough money for a basketball team next year. I would really rip one because you. I mean, that's the first amendment is spirit. And literal writing of the first member is protecting from the government for free the speeches not. Yes. And I and I believe that in the the the the Human Rights Council in New York, and I do believe the the California law will at one point be tested in the core. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. We'll go right to the court yet. It will. I I think you'll have somebody that will be punished. Although I don't know that you know, that is going to be necessary, especially with California are the question is who would who would challenge that. But I I don't think it's going to be long before that laws challenge. Go to David in San Francisco about Stacey Abrams and the state of the union. David, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Oh, yeah. Appreciate it. I actually support the the use of her in the response, you know, she actually wars the guy that she ran against in. She ran for the governorship for listeners are familiar with her. She ran for governor this last election. She won and the the guy who was the secretary of state who manage the elections for the state of Georgia stole it. So completely okay. He's not she's not the governor's. Yeah. He's not in power. She's not she's not in in in right now. And she didn't. She didn't wiggly went. She didn't legally will you can you can come up with your your conspiracy theories. And we get that by the way from both sides. Well, this happened and that person was involved. Well, that's not how elections work. Well, and he and he also we're just not going to continue with it. But his other point we're not gonna we're not gonna deal with your conspiracy theories on on radio. We just we don't deal with that other shows may we don't as his other point was Trump has a lot to explain on Russian collusion. What's the accusation? Nobody is an accusation yet. There's not even an accusation of a crime. Yeah. As we brought up right times for fire sale. What's he going to explain? Yeah. As we have said, if if you believe that Trump, you cannot be anything, but a political hack and say, the Trump needs to explain his Russian ties and Russian collusion when number one you can't even tell us what the allegation is. Nobody has been able to tell us what the specific allegation is. And you can't ask that question without asking the question. What are the Russian ties to the Hillary campaign, the DNC the FBI the department of Justice and the intelligence agencies? What are their ties to Russia since they used Russian information that was discredited in order to try to destroy Donald Trump? Right. You can't be anything, but a political hack if you're going to be fair and not a political hack. Fine. Ask both questions, but explained what the allegation is against Donald Trump. What are the what are the pieces of evidence that nobody is debating then exist in? Official settings. Like, we know the Democrats and what they did with information discredited false information mostly discredited mostly false information that they received they claim from the Russians. If you're worried about the Russians and collusion's if you don't question, the Democrats and have more serious considerations and concern with the Democrats because we actually know and nobody is disputing that evidence. If you don't question that you are simply a political hack. You don't want to get into the truth as to whether Russia was really involved, and what really the FBI the department of Justice, the Hillary campaign, and the DNC was really involved in because they had the closest ties of anybody in the twenty sixteen election to the Russians there's no one even disputing it. Nobody's disputing that. No. We know. Donald trump. What's the allegation? What did he do identified the crime identified the crime, we can go the specific with the specific behavior that was done by the DNC the Hillary campaign? The department of Justice the FBI in using information that they sought out through Christopher Steele and paid money for the DNC and Hillary Clinton to get that dirt on Donald Trump. There was unverified. A lot of it's salacious. And as Michael is a cough said was one of those who broke a lot of the news on the whole dossier said mostly false. Well, I and and so what you have is the Hillary campaign and the DNC working with the Russians to influence the election. Yes. That's what you've and then the department of Justice. And the Federal Bureau investigation under the Obama administration. With also input from the intelligence agencies of this country under the Obama administration that used that discredited mostly false dossier. That came from the Russians used it to try to destroy Donald Trump. If you're a democrat, and you don't ignore that. When you bring up anything about Trump ask all the questions that you want with Trump, it's a free country. But if you are if if you are not concerned with what the Democrats did. And you're concerned about Trump where there's no evidence of that crime. Identify forget about the crime any behavior of even associating with them to try to destroy the Hillary campaign because even the stone thing is they said stone thing doesn't effect takes you in the opposite direction. Right. As even we play the audio cut from from MSNBC is said, well, no there is no evidence of Katy Tur said there what we don't have as any American involvement Trump or collusion or anything like that. Will I can tell you where the behavior of collusion is with the Democrats and the DNC and the department of Justice and Komi and McCabe and Peter Strock and Bruce sore and Nellie or and Lisa page. We can we can go through we can go through the entire thing. And nobody's disputing the evidence of that behavior. As we have said that is nothing, but at the minimum indirect collusion with the Russians and direct collusion with the Russians when it comes to Christopher Steele who was paid by the DNC and the and the Hillary campaign to get the unverifiable mostly false information. Although those quotes I'm used that POS from should be in quotes that was used to try try to destroy Donald Trump, and when they couldn't destroy his campaign tried to destroy the legitimacy of an election, and they're still doing it. Yeah. And again,.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:22 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For those not on Ambien. There's Red Eye. Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye welcome and good morning. Let us head right to you. We go to let me see I rot in fort. Smith Arkansas, we talked earlier about the liberal feminists upset about where the transgender activists are going these days. Rod welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Thank you, sir. Appreciate it. I always listen to you guys for like a decade on the conservative barometer. Banks. I really listen for boys. What are you going to say next? Blah, blah, blah. Yeah. I mean when he said yes that one not about fell out my seat. You know, he well, he doesn't he doesn't talk a lot. But he has powerful moments. When he he's a man of few words. Yes. Extremely powerful. They can't do that. Anybody can kill you anything and the freedom of speech. I get that. When the government starts enforcing rules about freedom of speech that would be in direct violation of the constitution. Like that Virginia. Professor that got fired. That is a Representative of regain. Yeah. The state government entity cannot do that. I'd have my lawyer living in my spare bedroom until my lawsuit was settled on that they would have enough money for a basketball team next year. I would really rippled one because you. I mean, that's the first amendment is spirit and mineral writing the first member is protected from government for printing, the speeches or not. Yes. And I and I believe that in the the the the Human Rights Council in New York, and I do believe the the California law will at one point be tested in the court. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. We'll go right to the court yet. It will. I think you'll have somebody that will be punished. Although I don't know that you know, that is going to be necessary, especially with California are the question is who would who would challenge that. But I I don't think it's going to be long before that laws challenge. Go to David in San Francisco about Stacey Abrams in the state of the union. David, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Oh, yeah. Appreciate it. I actually support the the use of her in the response. You know, she actually warn the guy that she ran against in. She ran for the governorship for listeners are familiar with her. She ran for governor this last election. She won and the the guy who was the secretary of state who managed the elections for the state of Georgia stole it. So completely okay. She's not the governor's. Yeah. He's not in power. She's not she's not in in in in right now. And she she didn't win. She didn't legally will you can you can come up with your your conspiracy theories. And we get that by the way from both sides. Well, this happened and that person was involved. Well, that's not how elections work. Well, and he and he also we're just not going to continue with it. But his other point we're not we're not gonna deal with your conspiracy theories on on radio. We just we don't deal with that other shows may we don't as his other point was Trump has a lot to explain on Russian collusion. What's the accusation? Nobody is an accusation yet. There's not even an accusation of a crime as we brought up right times. So fire sale. What's he going to explain? Yeah. As we have said, if if you believe that Trump, you cannot be anything, but a political hack and say, the Trump needs to explain his Russian ties and Russian collusion when number one you can't even tell us what the allegation is. Nobody has been able to tell us what the specific allegation is. And you can't ask that question without asking the question. What are the Russian ties to the Hillary campaign, the DNC the FBI the department of Justice and the intelligence agencies? What are their ties to Russia since they used Russian information that was discredited in order to try to destroy Donald Trump? Right. You can't be anything, but a political hack if you're going to be fair and not a political hack. Fine. Ask both questions, but explained to us what the allegation is against Donald Trump. What are the what are the pieces of evidence that nobody is debating that exist in? Official settings. Like, we know the Democrats and what they did with information discredited false information mostly discredited mostly false information that they received they claim from the Russians. If you're worried about the Russians and collusion's if you don't question, the Democrats and have more serious considerations and concern with the Democrats because we actually know and nobody is disputing that evidence. If you don't question that you are simply a political hack. You don't want to get into the truth as to whether Russia was really involved, and what really the FBI the department of Justice, the Hillary campaign, and the DNC was really involved in because they had the closest ties of anybody in the twenty sixteen election to the Russians there's no one even disputing it. Nobody's disputing it. No. We know. Donald trump. What's the allegation? What did he do identified the crime identified the crime, we can go the specific with the specific behavior that was done by the DNC the Hillary campaign? The department of Justice the FBI in using information that they sought out through Christopher Steele and paid money for the DNC and Hillary Clinton to get that dirt on Donald Trump. There was unverified a lot of it's salacious. And as Michael is a cough said was one of those who broke a lot of the news on the whole dossier said mostly false. Well, I and and so what you have is the Hillary campaign and the DNC working with the Russians to influence the election. Yes. That's what you've and then the department of Justice. And the Federal Bureau investigation under the Obama administration. With also input from the intelligence agencies of this country under the Obama administration that used that discredited mostly false dossier. That came from the Russians used it to try to destroy Donald Trump. If you're a democrat, and you don't acknowledge that when you bring up anything about Trump ask all the questions that you want with Trump, it's a free country. But if you are if if you are not concerned with what the Democrats did. And you're concerned about Trump where there's no evidence of that crime. Identify forget about the crime any behavior of even associating with them to try to destroy the Hillary campaign because even the stone thing is they said stone thing doesn't effect takes you in the opposite direction. Right. As we played the audio cut from from MSNBC is they said, well, no there is no evidence of Katy Tur said there what we don't have as any American involvement Trump or collusion or anything like that. Well, I can tell you where the behavior of collusion is with the Democrats and the DNC and the department of Justice and Komi and McCabe and Peter Struck and Bruce sore and Nellie or and Lisa page. We can we can go through all we can go through the entire thing. And nobody's disputing the evidence of that behavior. As we have said that is nothing, but at the minimum indirect collusion with the Russians and direct collusion with the Russians when it comes to Christopher Steele. Who was paid by the DNC and the and the Hillary campaign to get the unverifiable mostly false information. Are those quotes I'm used that? From should be in quotes. That was used to try try to destroy Donald Trump, and when they couldn't destroy his campaign pride to destroy the legitimacy of an election, and they're still doing.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On ninety two three FM. Those not on Ambien. There's Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye welcome and good morning. Let us head right to you. We go to let me see I rod enforcement Arkansas we talked earlier about the liberal feminist upset about where the transgender activists are going these days. Rod welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Thank you, Sarah. Appreciate it. I always listen to you guys for like a decade. I mean, you're like my conservative barometer. Thanks. But I really listened for deep guy got to see what he's gonna say next. Liable, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. I mean when you said yes that one not about fell out my seat. Yes. Yeah. The you know, he well, he doesn't he doesn't talk a lot. But he has powerful moments when he does he's a man of few words. Yes. Extremely powerful. They can't do that. Anybody can kill you anything, and they're part of their freedom of speech. I get that. When the government starts enforcing rules about freedom of speech that would be in direct violation to the cost of like that Virginia. Professor, they got fired. That is a Representative Virginia state government entity cannot do that. I'd have my lawyer living in my spare bedroom until my lawsuit was settled I Don that they would have enough money for a basketball team next year. I would really rip them one because you. I mean, that's the first amendment is spirit and literal riding in the first amendment is protected from the government for free in the speeches are not. Yes. And I and I believe that in the the the the Human Rights Council in New York, and I do believe the the California law will at one point be tested in the core. Yeah. Thank you. We'll go right to the court yet. It will. I I think you'll have somebody that will be punished. Although I don't know that you know, that is going to be necessary, especially with California are the question is who would who would challenge that. But I I don't think it's going to be long before that laws challenge. David in San Francisco about Stacey Abrams and the state of the union. David, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Oh, yeah. Appreciate it. I actually support the the use of her in the response, you know, she actually wars the guy that she ran against in. She ran for the governorship for listeners are familiar with her. She ran for governor this last election. She won and the the guy who was the secretary of state who managed the elections for the state of Georgia stole it. So completely okay fine. They move on. She's not. She's not the governor's. Yeah. He's not in power. Yeah. She's not she's not in in in in right now. And she didn't. She didn't wiggly win. She didn't legally will you can you can come up with your your conspiracy theories. And we get that by the way from both sides all this happened in that person was involved. Well, that's not how elections work. Well, and he and he also we're just not going to continue with it. But his other point we're not gonna we're not going to deal with your conspiracy theories on on radio. We just we don't deal with that other shows may we don't as his other point was Trump has a lot to explain on Russian collusion. What's the accusation? Nobody is an accusation yet. There's not even an accusation of a crime down as we brought up right times for sale. What's he going to explain? Yeah. As we have said, if you believe that Trump, you cannot be anything, but a political hack and say the Trump needs to explain his Russian ties. And Russian collusion. When number one, you can't even tell us what the allegation is. Nobody has been able to tell us what the specific allegation is. And you can't ask that question without asking the question. What are the Russian ties to the Hillary campaign? The DNC the FBI the department of Justice and the intelligence agencies. What are their ties to Russia since they used Russian information that was discredited in order to try to destroy Donald Trump? Right. You can't be anything, but a political hack if you're going to be fair and not a political hack. Fine. Ask both questions, but explained what the allegation is against Donald Trump. What are the what are the pieces of evidence that nobody is debating that exist in? Officials settings. Like, we know the Democrats and what they did with information discredited false information mostly discredited mostly false information that they received they claim from the Russians. If you're worried about the Russians and collusion's if you don't question, the Democrats and have more serious considerations and concern with the Democrats because we actually know and nobody is disputing that evidence. If you don't question that you are simply a political hack. You don't want to get into the truth as to whether Russia was really involved, and what really the FBI the department of Justice to Hillary campaign, and the DNC was really involved in because they had the closest ties of anybody in the twenty sixteen election to the Russians there's no one even disputing nobody's disputing it. Now, we know. Donald trump. What's the allegation? What did he do identified the crime identify the crime, we can go the specific with these specific behavior that was done by the DNC the Hillary campaign. The department of Justice the FBI in using information that they sought out through Christopher Steele and paid money for the DNC and Hillary Clinton to get that dirt on Donald Trump. It was unverified. A lot of it's salacious. And as Michael is a cop said was one of those who broke a lot of the news on the whole dossier said mostly false. Well, and so what you have is the Hillary campaign and the DNC working with the Russians to influence the election. Yes. That's what you have. And then the department of Justice. And the Federal Bureau investigation under the Obama administration. With also input from the intelligence agencies of this country under the Obama administration that used that discredited mostly false dossier. That came from the Russians used it to try to destroy Donald Trump. If you're a democrat, and you don't acknowledge that when you bring up anything about Trump ask all the questions that you want with Trump, it's a free country. But if you are if if you are not concerned with what the Democrats did. And you're concerned about Trump where there's no evidence of that crime identified forget about the crime any behavior of even associating with them to try to destroy the Hillary campaign because even the stone thing is I said don't think doesn't affect takes you in the opposite direction. Right. As even we play the audio cut from from MSNBC is said, well, no there is no evidence of Katy Tur said there what we don't have as any American involvement Trump or collusion or anything like that. Well, I can tell you where the behavior of collusion is with the Democrats and the DNC and the department of Justice and Komi and McCabe and Peter Strock and Bruce and Nellie or and Lisa page. We can we can go through all we can go through the entire thing. And nobody's disputing the evidence of that behavior. As we have said that is nothing, but at the minimum indirect collusion with the Russians and direct collusion with the Russians when it comes to Christopher Steele. Who was paid by the DNC and the and the Hillary campaign to get the unverifiable mostly false information. Although those quotes I'm used that POS from should be in quotes. That was used to try try to destroy Donald Trump, and when they couldn't destroy his campaign tried to destroy the legitimacy of an election, and they're still doing. Yeah. And.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:21 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"He's Eric Hurley, I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye welcome and good morning. Let us head right to you. We go to let me see I rod enforcement Arkansas we talked earlier about the liberal feminist upset about where the transgender activists going these days. Rod welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Thank you, sir. Appreciate it. Always listen to you guys for like a decade. I mean, you're like my conservative barometer. Thanks. I really listen. I got to see what he's got to say. Blah, blah, blah. Yeah. I mean when he said yes that one not about fell out my seat. Yes. Well, he doesn't he doesn't talk a lot. But he has powerful moments. When he he's a man of few words. Yes. Extremely powerful they chant do that. Anybody can tell you anything and they're farther freedom of speech. I guess that. When the government starts enforcing rules about freedom of speech that would be in direct violation of the constitution like that, Regina, professionally got fired that is a Representative of Virginia state government entity cannot do that. I'd have my lawyer living in my spare bedroom until my lawsuit was settled on that they would have enough money for a basketball team next year. I would really rip them one because you. I mean, that's the first amendment spirit and mineral writing the first member is protected from the government for free speech is or not. Yes. And I and I believe that in the the the the Human Rights Council in New York, and I do believe the California law will at one point be tested in the court. Yes. Thank you. Yeah. We'll go right to the court. Yeah. Well, I I think you'll have somebody that will be punished. Although I don't know that you know, that is going to be necessary, especially with California are the question is who would who would challenge that. But I I don't think it's going to be long before that laws challenge. Go to David in San Francisco about Stacey Abrams in the state of the union. David, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Oh, yeah. Pretty good. I actually support the the use of her in the response. She actually won the guy that she ran against in. She ran for the governorship for listeners are familiar with her. She ran for governor this last election to one and the the guy who was the secretary of state who managed the elections for the state of Georgia stolen. So completely fine. Move on. Silence. She's not she's not the governor. She's not in power. Yeah. She's not she's not in in in in right now. And she didn't. She didn't wiggly went. She didn't legally will you can you can come up with your your conspiracy theories. And we at that, by the way from both sides. Oh, this happened. And that person was involved. Well, that's not how elections work. Well, and he and he also we're just not going to continue with it. But his other point we're not gonna we're not going to deal with your conspiracy theories on on radio. We just we don't deal with that other shows may we don't as his other point was Trump has a lot to explain on Russian collusion. What's the accusation? Nobody is an accusation yet. There's not even an accusation of a crime as we brought up right on fire sale. What's he going to explain? Yeah. As we have said, if you believe that Trump, you cannot be anything, but a political hack and say, the Trump needs to explain his Russian ties and Russian collusion when number one you can't even tell us what the allegation is. Nobody has been able to tell us what the specific allegation is. And you can't ask that question without asking the question. What are the Russian ties to the Hillary campaign? The DNC the FBI the department of Justice and the intelligence agencies. What are their ties to Russia since they used Russian information that was discredited in order to try to destroy Donald Trump? Right. You can't be anything, but a political hack if you're going to be fair and not a political hack. Fine. Ask both questions, but explained was what the allegation is against Donald Trump. What are the what are the pieces of evidence that nobody is debating that exist in? Official settings. Like, we know the Democrats and what they did with information discredited false information mostly discredited mostly false information that they received they claim from the Russians. If you're worried about the Russians and collusion's if you don't question, the Democrats and have more serious considerations and concern with the Democrats because we actually know and nobody is disputing that evidence. If you don't question that you are simply a political hack. You don't want to get into the truth as to whether Russia was really involved, and what really the FBI the department of Justice, the Hillary campaign, and the DNC was really involved in because they had the closest ties of anybody in the twenty sixteen election to the Russians there's no one even disputing it. Nobody's disputing it. No. We know. Donald trump. What's the allegation? What did he do identified the crime identified the crime, we can go to specific with the specific behavior that was done by the DNC the Hillary campaign? The department of Justice the FBI in using information that they sought out through Christopher Steele and paid money for the DNC and Hillary Clinton to get that dirt on Donald Trump. It was unverified. A lot of it's salacious. And as Michael is a cough said was one of those who broke a lot of the news on the whole dossier said mostly false. Well, I and and so what you have is the Hillary campaign and the DNC working with the Russians to influence the election. Yes. That's what you have. And then the department of Justice. And the Federal Bureau investigation under the Obama administration. With also input from the intelligence agencies of this country under the Obama administration that used that discredited mostly false dossier. That came from the Russians used it to try to destroy Donald Trump. If you're a democrat, and you don't acknowledge that when you bring up anything about Trump ask all the questions that you want with Trump, it's a free country. But if you are if if you are not concerned with what the Democrats did. And you're concerned about Trump where there's no evidence of that crime. Identify forget about the crime any behavior of even associating with them to try to destroy the Hillary campaign. Because even the stone thing is a said stone doesn't effect takes you in the opposite direction. Right. As even we play the audio cut from from MSNBC is they said, well, no there is no evidence of Katy Tur said there what we don't have as any American involvement Trump or collusion or anything like that. Well, I can tell you where the behavior of collusion is what the Democrats and the DNC and the department of Justice and Komi and McCabe and Peter Struck and Bruce sore and Nellie or at least a page. We can we can go through all we can go through the entire thing. And nobody's disputing the evidence of that behavior. As we have said that is nothing, but at the minimum indirect collusion with the Russians and direct collusion with the Russians when it comes to Christopher Steele. Who was paid by the DNC and the and the Hillary campaign to get the unverifiable mostly false information. Are those quotes I'm used that should be in quotes. That was used to try try to destroy Donald Trump, and when they couldn't destroy his campaign tried to destroy the legitimacy of an election, and they're still doing. Yeah. And.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The important thing about this indictment is as you read it, and if you consider it in conjunction with the two indictments that Mahler filed against Russian entities, right? They have to have known for over a year easily over a year that there was no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, which was the reason that this whole investigation gets stored in the first place. I mean, if you read this indictment, this is a bunch of bozos who don't even know what WikiLeaks has much less are in cahoots with the Kremlin. Which is the reason that this investigation got launched in Washington. The first place. Yeah. That's right. There's been a lot here that has still been unanswered for as in. Why do we why do we never get any explanation? Of the people that were pushing this investigation along the people that are still saying, look, I talked to a bunch of lives by the city. They're all my gosh, the collusion and Russia. They really think that this is happening. I sit here. And I say guys, you got gotta give it up. Okay. The it never made sense. There's nothing about this that that makes any sense when you think about it as a rational person who doesn't just absolutely hate Trump. Collusion is a bad plan. Why would anyone colluded with Russia doesn't make it doesn't make any sense? And. Instead, we're just supposed to believe that these people who work for institutions like the DOJ and the FBI are in fact above reproach and one of the interesting things. So there are a couple of things today about about the stone. About these stone arrest one of them is that initially, and look it was my reaction to and if I'm wrong on this one may call I thought are they must've tipped off. Because only CNN was there with a camera crew at five AM Winstone got arrested by all these people. I mean, you watch the video they got guys with long guns, and vast and everything, and I knew fastening people go in there, and they say, oh, well, you know, that's just procedure. Man. That's just what will it shouldn't be procedure in the guys. A retiree whose just hanging out down in Florida not bothering anybody really anymore. Barely leaves his house is not a flight risk. He's not a problem. And and they have to send in a swat team at five AM to get him. Why did you send a detective who say come with me? Or is there anything that that Roger stone is really going to make a run for it? But the liberals all of a sudden forget about these the basic rights that they proclaimed to care so much about especially when it comes to the cops. The only time that you'll hear libs defend everything. The cops do is whatever they do that is bad for people tied to Trump. You know, they could. If we had video of Muller's team. Giving electrode shocks to Roger stone. While he's tied up to a pole somewhere. Confess confess. They'd say. Yeah. Yeah. That's totally right. Look, the FBI's gray. Why did you hit the FBI so much? They're important Nikki this country. You know? So only when there's some way to tied into Trump and his people, and it makes them look bad or it. It is part of the FBI and the DOJ's ongoing anti-trump jihad, then the police tactics are all fine. But it's a bad. Look. I don't care if anybody says, it's a bad look for people to think this way that it's okay for the cops to show up and do this. And I'm never okay with this. I I hated when pre Berrara used to hold press conferences, just to tell everybody about the dangerous white-collar insider traders that he would lock up. You know, I had dinner with a next to a guy not just me and him next to a guy who pre Peres sent away for insider trading on a really flimsy charge guy spent a couple of years in federal prison, and you know. Yes. Got for what? But at a press conference and inside across and these guys schedule scummy scummy a lot of prosecutors are bad news. I don't know what it's gonna take for Hulu realizes that doesn't mean all of them. I've got a couple of very good friends were prosecutors to and they're very ethical, and they're good people and. Surveys. But. Are there? I know there are people on both sides of the aisle who serve in that prosecutor prosecutorial role honorably. Well, we should be allowed to question. These things about people thinking that there are some inherent unjust unjust aspect to question. It goes who are supposed to be administering Justice Bowie at a little more from Andy here on the day of the stone arrest. Here's him talking about the violation of the protocols that have gone on in the Muller probe along the way play quick ten given that they they violated the FBI and the Justice department violated all of their internal protocols in February of two thousand seventeen by going public announcing the existence of the investigation and unbelievably saying that the Trump campaign was the subject of the investigation on suspicion of being in coordination with the Kremlin. They had an obligation at some point in time to issue an interim finding that said, you know, look, we're looking at a lot of stuff here. We're looking at we're looking at false statements. Who investigators looking at all these things, but there doesn't appear to be any evidence of conspiracy between why would they do that though because they created the misimpression that there was? They created that mis impression. So they could continue doing what they were doing. And I've always thought all along that the DOJ people involved in this the FBI people involved in this had to keep this thing going or else. They would have had to answer for what they did in the early stages bailing out Hillary and trying to find a way to take out Trump before he could be the president. If you keep the investigation going, then you're in a position to keep manufacturing the narrative and giving stuff to the media. And you're in charge of how it all looks. Once you stop the investigation or admit there's nothing to the investigation. Then there's the possibility that you're going to have to answer for what you did in the early stages. Remember DOJ was supposed to be able to wash its own laundry, but they had that a review of various actions by the Federal Bureau investigation department of Justice in advance of the two thousand sixteen election that was sexy read remember that one. Man that executive summer that got me on bothered not DOJ report. But it was it came out. There was a June twenty eighteen and the summary of the of the report, and the they concluded the reporter that there was no bias, and the whole thing is bias buys buys buys buys all over the place. So we absolutely cannot trust these people to be fair minded about what their own misdeeds were. And I think that that's really important. I think there's really an understanding that we should not. We should not just. Except that they somehow know more than we do about what's right? And what's not when it comes to the most politicized kind of case possible. I mean that that's what we're doing incredibly political material with the Hillary investigation with the Russia collusion.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:46 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"As ice baby. Yours. I did this with the Franks sees this tune. Yeah. Out. I did that it was. It was Frank sees the as Frank Sinatra sang the rock tune than we picked one of those numbers we had to get rights from all of that. When we put that album together from all the the the stones under Mike dumb and everything else that and that record was a CBS record before you boys were born. Out. Hey, so it's Joe on the radio it's seven forty four AM nights, seventy the answer. And now are they going to settle this shutdown? Dan, are they going to clean this up? Is it going to happen? We got a lot to talk about this morning. But I'm telling you, I would when I hear federal worker. I always thought. You know, they get lifetime, pension and welfare. They get the best deals in the world. They leave at four o'clock then now I feel so guilty. I'll tell you why. 'cause I got a I can't I can't reveal the identity because it is a friend in the FBI the Federal Bureau of investigation. I so support law enforcement everywhere as you know, the stellar the elite NYPD, the New Jersey state troopers, the New York state police all the local police Jersey City every all the local cops all around that put their lives on the line. We lost another police officer last night in mobile Alabama yesterday. May his soul rest in peace days epidemic on the assault of law enforcement. Then then, but I always believe in the rank and file FBI there's three or four rogue agents that really making the FBI look bad now. But it's not memory. I went to Evansville with Donny Mattingly last week week before last. I was there. And then the FBI dropped by chief of police in Evansville shows up and then the FBI came from. I thought I was being indicted or something I it's a waste somebody's listening to the show. I thought it was the pro Joe, did, you know, it would they just came in to say thank you for your support. How about that? I was honored. I was honored. I said thank you for what you're doing you. Then then I got my friend from the FBI, and she goes, we're going back and forth. And I said, hey, UP paid you may pay. She is not this an identifier her. But she says, unfortunately, no, this is from the FBI. We are prohibited. I said can you talk on the radio? She's unfortunately, no. We are prohibited. But we have to show up for work. No pay. No. Annual leave or sick leave being permitted. If we don't show up we won't get paid for those days. This is for the essential personnel and the Federal Bureau investigation. You got someone's gotta just step up. Someone just got to say, you know, this has gone onto long. Let's settle this. Someone's gotta take the high road. And and I think just settle this the shutdown. But because I don't know where it goes when the president's spoke on Saturday, Frankie, I I was hoping he was going to say, you know, what I'm done. I can't deal with these people anymore. It's an emergency. We're building the wall next door opening the government. I thought that he would say that. But it was a nice olive branch that he now it's with Docker workers and even still after the president needs speech and Saturday the hard, right? I've had it with every you can't be too extreme and politics. Otherwise, you're gonna get nothing done. I'm just saying so the heart all you can't he's caving. It's going to be amnesty. Everybody's gotta just settle down Frankie that was an olive branch, the president put forth to the Democrats. Do you think that Chuck and Nancy show up? Well, the now they've already rejected the deal, and I thought the president's deal was a very reasonable one. In fact, it's something that that you've been talking about. And that I've mentioned going back, you know, three or four weeks. How to come to a logical end to this? But look in a democracy when you have different parties and different interests controlling different branches of government. You have to compromise. Right. So I thought the president's compromise we have very reasonable one. And I I suspect he'd be willing to go even further maybe even to permanent legal status for the dreamers. And I think shame on gender Schumer and speaker Pelosi for not being willing to at least meet him halfway in order to get these people back to work. You're so right, frankly, I don't know where we go with this or how the president ends up with this. But he's gonna end up. Do you think Frankie declaring an emergency? Now. I don't see it happening. It's it would be such a dramatic overreach of executive power that I think he loses a lot of support even among the so-called constitutional conservatives. So I think it would be very very tough. And then keep in mind, congress still controls the purse strings, right? So when they have to negotiate the budget for next year, it'll he still has to come hat in hand begging, Nancy Pelosi, appropriate more money. So as long as as it's a temporary solution at best, and it's one that has dire implications for the principles of constitutional governance. I got hey, I went Albert given Chick-fil-A is sponsored by the Chick-fil-A. They're not. Okay. Good. Well, we could talk. Listen, great. I never really went to chick fillet. And then you hear all those things about Chick-fil-A, you know. And now, they're all, you know, rather go right wing. So I'm coming out of that the government office social security is to say I in a show up in person was great because there is like is it fraud is a Joe Piscopo. I went in and I showed up, and I shook hands, and it was great. And I met all the the federal workers, and it was great. Then I see a Chick-fil-A on the way home. And they don't really have an in jersey. This was out in Pennsylvania. A couple of years. There's one or how parameter parameter really pretty good. I went in there. And it was I never see. And I gotta tell you. It was so clean. He was so organized are they all like that the catch? You know, what you're gonna make the I know exactly what he's talking about now. And they're also it's like so pristine and the catch was so lined up, usually I just grab it in there. And then I use the dirt Sanders sterilize myself because I don't know how the hands waiting today ketchup. This was the most organized cleans, they're all they're all like that you telling me, right? No. So what was the problem with Chick-fil-A Franky with what was it? They didn't. I mean, I think a lot of people were upset that the owner came out in favor of traditional marriage, right? And they're very they're very religious oriented. They're closed on Sundays. And so people have people have an issue with that. I don't know that was so organized that catch was so organized. I was thinking only a gay person could have organized like that. I said look it was so well, please everybody relies. So it was it was great. And it was nice. And then and then you walk in these places. The guy comes over me. Hey, Mr. Piscopo. He comes over. And they had me. But it was very very very impressed by how they do the whole thing. It's ten minutes before eight o'clock seven fifty would joke. Chick-fil-a? I never been there. I've got gotta check it out. Great. It was great. But it was great. Because I always hate all you can't go there. And I couldn't figure out. Why don't you go there again? I couldn't figure it was just so organized so clean and so friendly. Yeah. Usually, I'm just running into someplace Dunkin donuts or something grabbing something real quick. So it was good. Check that out sometime the food delicious, everything chicken sandwich.

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:52 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Trump. Do the job, and he can do the show known by the most famous man on the planet, and you've been great, Mike. And I appreciate it very much you notice I walked over here. Very quickly now from the relief factor dot com studios. Mike gallagher. Capitol hill. William bar is beginning the confirmation process. She of course, is President Trump's selection to be our nation's next attorney general. They're going to go after him, of course. But he's qualified. Remember CNN breathlessly reports. He shared a controversial memo last year with nearly all of President Trump's lawyers concluding that an aspect of special counsel Muller's case could be fatally misconceived bar acknowledged this recently bars nineteen page memo which concluded the Trump's publicly reported interactions with Komi could not constitute obstruction of Justice was addressed deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein and released his part of bars Senate questionnaire, but it was previously unclear who else had seen it. Oh. Note from somebody who made a great point where show numb to the craziness. That is being that we're all experiencing that when something truly crazy occurs. We're like. Let me share this note that I got from somebody. Robert Muller has an obligation to the people of this country to immediately debunk or confirm what the media is Shane about Trump being a Russian agent. This has crossed the line and the country and the rest of the world cannot wonder and speculate if it's true, this is very dangerous Muller needs to quickly clean it up. So terrific point think how serious that is that the FBI launched an investigation to see whether or not Trump is a special agent for the for the KGB think about that think about that. The United States Federal Bureau investigation launched an investigation to determine whether or not Trump was Russian operative. This is out of control and normals. No, it the normals understand how crazy it's become. It's so crazy that Trump invites the the national champion Clemson Tigers to the White House last night and they line up. Hyperventilating over how awful it was how could he by burgers for the team in the middle of a government shutdown? Hey, did you see the pictures of Menendez shirtless? Cavorting was some woman in a bikini in Puerto Rico during the shutdown where he's excited about that. Were you were you is exercised about that? No, no. You're upset that Trump invited the Clemson Tigers to the White House. Are you kidding me? Washington post. I can't get over this big headline the Washington Post. I this is terrible. Awful. Find this article. I mean, I thought it was a joke. I thought it was a put on I thought it was like a like one of those you know, like a fake story. The Washington Post whining about Trump's visit with the Clemson Tigers last night in the White House. Trump has turned the White House into a white castle. President Trump roasted I serving Clemson fast food nags, the Washington Post that's journalism. President invites the national champion football team to the White House and they carry on like he's just committed mass genocide. How is that? How sick is the Trump derangement syndrome? You can't have fun with that. And if you can't appreciate how fun that is. And you know, what the hate is a good moment for President Trump. It's a good moment. Anyway, let's dive in. We got a lot to cover today here in the relief factor dot com studios. I wanna take you to Washington, I want you to hear William bars, opening statements. We're not gonna carry all of it. I really have no interest in leading showboating Kamala Harris or Amy klobuchar or Corey. What's his name Booker? I'm not going to air their presidential audition on this show Shari. If you're looking for that new look somewhere else because I'm not going to do it. I want you to hear bar. I want you to hear some normal factual stuff. It's a it's a big process, and we'll see what happens to the Trump attorney general nominee. In the meantime. We've got a lot of other stuff happening in Washington, which Steve king. Be really really. The his legs pulled out from under him. He he's released a statement. I want to dive into this a little bit because Mitch McConnell everybody. They're all just kind of. You know, tell signaling that it's time for him to go. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell issued a sharp rebuke of congressman Steve king from Iowa strongly suggesting he should consider looking for work outside of congress after backlash over past statements on white supremacy and white nationalism reached critical mass. Mcconnell said there's no place in the Republican party, the congress or the country for an ideology of racial supremacy of any kind I have no tolerance for such positions. And those who espouse these views are not supporters of American ideals and freedoms Representative king statements are unwelcome unworthy of his elected position. If he doesn't understand why white supremacy is offensive he should find another line of work. Now king issued a statement saying that he has been. Misquoted or taken out of context. He wasn't where he said when I use the word that it was in reference only to western civilization and not to any previously stated evil ideology all of which I have to now. So he says he's been sort of misquoted and taken out of context. Here's my takeaway on this. You know, and there's lots of passion and lots of emotion, so huge distraction. There's no question and the left and the trumpeters loved the distraction. Because if they can get all bent over the scope that you know, if they can get wrapped around the spokes over. Congressman from Iowa and his comments in the New York Times. Then maybe people aren't paying attention to the shutdown and the Democrats abstinence and the Democrats refusal to to provide border security to the American people. But here's my takeaway on it. You're not sure how the Democrats never denounce their own. Isn't it interesting? How Republicans seem to always call out members of the Republican party. Heck Nancy Pelosi wouldn't even call out that newly elected Muslim congresswoman from Detroit who called President Trump an M effort. She wouldn't even denounce that. If you can't denounce that what are you capable of denouncing Democrats never ever eat their own ever. That's always a trait unique to Republicans. And it's a trait that has never acknowledged by the mainstream.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"So the New York Times reported on Friday night that a counterintelligence investigation was opened into the president. Basically the question of whether he as president was acting on behalf of a foreign power acting on behalf of the Russian government can as the person who was head of counterintelligence at the Justice department at the time, can you confirm whether that is true. Conferred word tonight. Whether their investigation was undertaken predicated on the president, okay? If such an investigation, hypothetically were true is that something that is being blown out of proportion. It is being shorthanded by people like me, and by people all around the country who read that New York Times headline as the president being under investigation as to whether or not he was an agent of a foreign power agent of a foreign government. Which is unbelievably serious is this something that is a more mundane or smaller potato sort of prospect than we are short handing at us. There was nothing. But Dane about the notion that the FBI initially that counterintelligence investigation focused on the prison United States, and whether the pros nited states was threat to US national security that would be almost certainly with that any historical precedent in one of the most sensitive investigations and the history of the Federal Bureau investigation when counterintelligence investigations are opened and again, there may be no precedent for it ever. Happening at this high-level in terms of the subject of the investigation. They always end in a way that is definable to they always have they always have within the Justice department. Do you always know how these things? Come to a conclusion is to counterintelligence investigations have to have to end with either arrests because they're turned into criminal investigations or with the neutralization of the national security threat. How do they proceed? Follows all different kinds of paths. Sometimes these kind of intelligence investigations go on for months and even years without ever migrating into a criminal investigation. The FBI is. Surveilling foreign intelligence officers to learn more about what they're doing in the United States or Cathering intelligence that in and of itself has significant value when an opportunity arises, however, two more criminal kind of intelligence investigation into a criminal investigation than prosecutors begin working more closely with counterintelligence off with agents. Expertise is brought to bear to gather evidence in a way that is going to be admissible in a court in the event of a criminal proceeding thought is given how to protect sensitive intelligence sources and methods in the event of criminal litigation. And so a partnership develops within between prosecutors and agents to help propel that investigation for toward the prospect of charging defendants when a counterintelligence investigation wraps presumably there is an intelligence product that is the result. If it's about a national security threat, if there if this is not going to result in criminal charges. But this is something that has consequences for American national security, the ultimate consumer of American intelligence is the president himself. If there were consequences if there were things that became evident through this investigation, and it had national security consequences. How do you who do you brief on that? If the president is the problem. Well, that's a question. We've never confronted it probably in the history of our country. So presents a lot of complexity awkwardness to say, the least with respect to who is privy to information regarding very existence. Then investigation information gathered during the course, then investigation. Assuming these reports are true. It's like walking on a million shells to propel that thing for it. And make sure that other responsible decision makers are able to guy that investigation for and bring it to a conclusion to be confirming a new attorney general nominee in the midst of this is a a remarkable moment and itself they've Lofton former chief of the Justice Department's counterintelligence expert control section. Thank you, sir. So good to be with really appreciate it. All right. We'll be right back. Stay with us..

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on The View

The View

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on The View

"Well, we're still good necklace. We are here. All patients. The mayor. So like, you know, we're I know you see John Collins. So we call him because we want some help understanding what the hell is going on is the ABC. Okay. Chief White House. I was just about everybody can do my job. Why am I here? John. Can you just break all this Russia down for explain to us? What exactly is going on? Well, first of all, this is an extrordinary story in the New York Times. This was the FBI in the days after Komi was fired the FBI led by then acting director Andrew McCabe, they'd open a counterintelligence investigation into whether or not the president either. Wittingly or unwittingly was a affectively an agent of the Russian government. It's an amazing story. A couple of important things to say about it won't it reflects the deep distrust total breakdown in trust I would say between the president of the United States and the Federal Bureau investigation. Right that they would actually be investigating the president's actions. Not during the campaign, not the question of collusion. But whether or not he was acting as president as an agent of the Russian federation that said, there's another very important thing, which is an in. Eventually, we got the appointment of. Special counsel, Robert Muller, and there has been zero indication that that has been part of the Muller investigation. There was enough evidence. Make that part of the Russia investigation. So I it says a lot about how suspicious the presence behavior was his meeting with the Russians with the Russian ambassador, the Russian Foreign Minister in the Oval Office. But it also says a lot about the way the FBI leadership at that time all of whom have been or gone viewed the president of the United States. So let's talk about the meeting in Helsinki. Yeah. Because that that's glaring. I mean, he basically took Putin the Russian side against the CIA and the FBI I remember that. And nobody knew what went on there except for the interpreter. And then he took the notes away from the interpreter. So what do we make of all that? I mean we ever going to get those notes. Well, that was the that was the meeting in Hamburg that was a different meeting with Putin. But but but but but the president still in Helsinki I saw that. But nobody was there except the to exactly And there's. here's some important context that this president does something that I have never heard of any other president do he meets with foreign leaders one on one with translators. So we know he's done it with Putin several times with no no with with with no national security advisor. No secretary of state. No, nobody else from from his team. But it's important to point out that that's a total break with precedence. And there's reasons why you don't do that first of all the president's not the doesn't know everything in the world about whatever country, you know. And no matter how brilliant the president is. But Secondly, if you have to follow up or anything coming out of those meetings, you need your national security apparatus to do that. But it's also important to point out. He didn't just do it with Putin. He met one on one with several other leaders he met one on one with Kim Jong Hoon for an hour and a half and Singapore, he met one on one with president Xi of China at mar-a-lago he takes phone calls from foreign leaders in the residents just just him. Which again normally you have your whole team there. So, you know, it's important context. It's not just the way he behaves with. Putin. Stay please. We have more to talk about. We'll be right back. It is Jonathan Clark. Oh on the view, New York. Mayor Bill de Blasio hits the.

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"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

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08:55 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau investigations" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Rooms over a discord, Don L, R, N dot FM and unhappy to announce that it's a record. The government shutdown. Trump has done it. He has absolutely done it. You know, it's hard for me to get excited. About what a politician does. Because I don't like them. Politicians, and I don't really care for Trump. But like the government's really shutdown though, it's just a non essential services, which apparently means paying their paychecks. Well, right, which apparently means eight hundred thousand government employees half of which are expected show up to work for no pay. And why do we have non essential government, even the point of this like, wait? So so now, we come to find out that we are being taxed to pay for employees who are just simply not essential operation of the government. Whatever I talk about eliminating this government program or that government program. People certainly act like these things are essential. And now they're saying, well, we sent home the non essential employees. Hold on a minute. And new decides right because they always pick the most some of them, at least the most essential seeming employees to send home they've shut down the passport offices. I mean, if if there's one essential. I mean, we'd like to see the government get rid of passports, the whole world around. Right. But as long as they exist than it does seem like something the federal government ought to continue doing. The border and golf peppers, please. You're gonna have to get papers though. Right. And in this case, the border patrol is considered essential. But they're not getting paid so half of these guys. Eight hundred thousand is the amount that it affects which I've heard estimates that that's around twenty twenty five percent of of the government four hundred thousand of them. It depends on how you run the numbers. Fulltime employees are part time, employees and contractors. So four hundred thousand of them, including the border patrol are being told. Well, you're essential. So you need to come to work, but we don't have any money for you. You're gonna get it. We promise once they probably will pass the two bills now to ensure it so I'm pretty sure that it'll happen has Trump sign them who could question is the essential. He's a central to the shutdown unless they can get a veto override against him. Congress isn't essential. I don't think they've done much of anything for I don't know like six or eight years now. So this has been going on now for three weeks. It was Friday was day. Number twenty one. I understand it. So today is now the longest running so-called government shutdown in American history. It has bested during the Clinton administration. There was one that lasted for twenty one days. I remember that hasn't really been anything that was close to that sense. And now twenty two days and counting. So Trump does have the award for longest government semi shutdown. And yes. If were here he would point out. This may actually end up costing more money in the long run. I mean, they're already being sued apparently by some of these workers unions the government workers unions. If you want to call them workers, the government employees, how business you sue the the congress and set out in the constitution. What the process is for disbursing funds right wing that process you're going to go into a US court and sue them for following the process, that's laid out in the constitution. I don't understand how you do that. They they promised to pay they didn't. So there's a contract violation. Even if it's not the contract. I don't know if it's written down or not. When you start working for somebody you presume, you're going to get paid. If you worked and did not get paid. Yeah. There's a suit. Now, that's the thing is is they're going to get paid. At all likelihood before these suits ever. See a judge. They claim is a judge's essential. I just pulled the story up here from yahu finance agreement. Federal workers are suing the US government over the shutdown arguing that working without pay is a violation of the constitution. Oh, it's because they're being forced to work without pay. Which by the way, I agree with being forced. They can go home. They can quit. They can quit. Pay or quit. Yeah. I've got a problem with the work without pay or quit thing. I think it should be like, look we can't pay us. So therefore, you don't have to come into work until we can pay you were calling out. So that's what I heard about TSA workers. Call outs. Yeah. Starting last week throughout the week one hundred and seventy workers at JFK alone, man work. We're calling out in the TSA was was playing it off like it's a minimal minimal impact of security. This is no big deal, which is just proof that you didn't really need those people in the first place. Definitely a minimal impact to security, but it will take you a lot longer to get through the. Sure, that's true lawsuit filed on Wednesday on behalf of five. Anonymous federal workers argues that President Trump as well as the heads of four agencies are forcing them to work without pay in violation of the thirteenth amendment the plaintiffs involuntary servitude. I wonder if these people are IRS agents who then see the tax return that I was forced to fill out involuntary servitude. I mean, the government's all about involuntary servitude. Ensure I have to buy medical insurance. Whether I would have bought medical insurance or not it is an act that I was not necessarily involuntary when I have to put on a seat belt. That's an act. That's involuntary. Sorry that doesn't fly in my book are any of these. Or the ir is one of the agencies that has people furloughed because that would be collecting stuff out of people's taxes. Paycheck. I don't have the list in front of me. But there is a list of you pull it up there. Several there are a bunch of agencies that this is affecting including the entire department of Justice. So all the federal government federal bureaucrat or bureaucrats Federal Bureau investigation. FBI D H S, I know the guard they scarred right? Because apparently, they moved their funding under d h s instead of under the military. So they're the one military branch that's being being hit by this. So there's a lot of them actually. And it's interesting that it's it's affecting coast guard has to go out. So we can continue here the plaintiffs who worked for department of Justice department of transportation agriculture and homeland security also claim the government is violating the fifth amendment as well by prohibiting the taking on of outside jobs like driving for Uber. Although I didn't hear that. There was I didn't see the actual store. But I heard there was some sort of notice being handed out. And I don't remember which department it was that was actually recommending people go and take lakeside jobs like suggesting that they try to find extra work. And of course, that suggests that these agencies don't expect to have their money anytime soon, and that's why the TSA agents were calling out of work before they missed the paycheck. Zan missed the paycheck until Friday yesterday was the first paycheck that they missed. So they were like expecting to not get the paycheck and figuring. Well, if I'm not getting paid Friday, I better start working now 'cause you get the rent to pay. You got bills to pay kids now to feed that doesn't stop. I would presume that a landlord in many cases would just wait on the rent in this. I mean, this is pretty extenuating circumstances. It is a, you know, a Bank may wait on the mortgage though. Fine made the banks are doing their part here. Right. Because these are essentially federal government as government they might as well. So. Sending themselves to some extent. I actually looked today TD Bank. He Bank at least a couple of unfamiliar with have notices right at the top of their website. When I clicked on the notices to see what are the qualifications TD will front basically up to a thousand dollars. Not a big a lot of money. I mean. Could help right. It'll help a little bit. Now. This is only for people that are getting regular checks from the require direct deposit to be already turned on. So I'm not sure what all the details are there. But basically, if you're a federal government worker, and you've been getting paid direct deposit into a major Bank. There's a good chance that banks going to cover at least for a little while..

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