35 Burst results for "Fisa"
The Weaponization of IRS: Is It Safe to Donate to Conservative Orgs?
"Neil from Colorado has a question. Charlie, can you expand more on how the intelligence agency is declaring war on maga? I'm very worried I donated $200 to the Trump campaign. I donate to turning point USA. Thank you. And I'm very worried that I'm going to be targeted by these new 87,000 agents. IRS agents. What is the criteria? What do we do? Now this is what's so important about this topic, which is when you create a monstrosity in your government, you have to feed the beast, and by feeding the beast, I mean that you got to go find more people to label as extremists and domestic terrorists. So how does your government, how does our government categorize Trump supporters? What do they consider to be an extremist? Now, if you go back and our team is working on this, it's going to be an episode that will do at some point. We're going back, back, back, back in the 90s, and the early 2000s. And we're finding interviews, congressional committees. Of uni party politicians, people in both the Republican and Democrat establishment, who said, we need this massive Patriot Act, we need fisa courts. We need all this stuff built to spy on American citizens. We need the ability to infiltrate groups to protect us from radical Islamic terrorism. And that was a very compelling argument. I was sympathetic with that argument. Many of you are sympathetic with that argument. Almost the entire Republican Party was sympathetic with that argument. And the libertarians to their great credit, Ron Paul in particular, warned that that very monstrosity of a government will be used against conservatives.
A Remarkable Story of FBI Collusion With Russia
"When it comes to the deep state, things are not quite what they seem. What you see is what meets the eye is not necessarily what's going on. I think this is especially true in a news report that just came out and the news report is that the FBI has had on its payroll. For three years, a Russian businessman, in fact, a kind of Russian agent. Named Igor danchenko. Now, the reason this is disturbing in some ways, well, not startling because once we know what the FBI is up to, you know, you're dealing with a corrupt operation. But nevertheless, this guy danchenko was a source. For the Steele dossier for Christopher Steele, the former M 16 MI 6 agent. And supplying false information for a dossier that is then used by the FBI to go after fisa warrants to go after Trump and Trump stirs people like Carter page and others. So the FBI already knew that Igor danchenko was a liar. He had attempted to lie to them. He was the source of false information, and they already suspected, in fact, they kind of knew that he was a Russian agent. Why? Because earlier, the same danchenko. Had tried to buy classified information. It's basically inquiring about people that could supply him with classified information. He said he knew people would be willing to pay for that classified information. The FBI knew all this. And yet, they brought him on. They brought him on as a paid informant. Now you want to think about why they would do that. Well, one reason is that when the FBI brings someone on as a confidential informant, that person is then in a sense protected, they're removed from the public sphere. In fact, it's difficult to go after them because they're not private citizens. You can't, in a normal way, pursue them, they're now in a sense within the orbit and under the protection of the FBI.
9/11 Terrorism and the Security State 21 Years Later
"9 11, there was a mandate. It was a mandate, no different than after the financial crisis with a mandate, no different than after COVID, which is something terrible and awful has happened. We must do something big and bold and ambitious. And there's something that ended up happening was now 21 years later. We look back and we see it was putting the United States Constitution through the shredder. Patriot Act, the launching of the Department of Homeland Security. Fisa courts, spying on Americans without their consent. You see, after 9 11, the worst aspects of the American government seized on the fear and they said, if we do not pass this bill, another 9 11 could be right around the corner. Now in my personal opinion, I don't think the politicians or the people in charge actually properly told the story of how 9 11 happened, for example, it was an immigration problem. You could put all the other theories around 9 11 aside. Everything that happened there from laxed airport security to all of it. And instead, ask the question, why were they allowed in the country? Why were the terrorists in a hijackers allowed into the country? And you look at it, there is some very suspicious entrance and kind of immigration flaws and issues of allowing these hijackers to come in without any sort of idea. So because of that, they said, well, we have to start the Department of Homeland Security. DHS, an entire new branch of government that is dedicated just towards domestic surveillance that was basically focused on your activities, your language. More than 263 government organizations were either created or reorganized following the 9 11 attacks. 263 government organizations. Now, 21 years later, we're actually able to look at things with a cool and very prudent and calculated approach. But in the heat of it, I want to be very clear in the heat of 9 11. After it happened, you wouldn't dare oppose this sort of expansion of the government. It's
The DOJ and Their Unfair Trump Investigation
"These people can't even pretend as if they're doing a fair investigation. Even if Trump was to do something wrong, y'all are definitely partisan and political in the investigation. Why do you say that mister Tatum? How are you at this point? After the phony, Russia investigation involving the FBI Carter page, the fisa warrant after all that money that the taxpayer paid for you to investigate a fraudulent fake claim against Donald Trump. You now end up in another situation where you're having to escort a FBI agent out of the headquarters. He claims that he abruptly resigned. Why are you resigning? You are politically biased. We've seen it on the guy social media. I think his name is tybalt. Tim timber or something like that. Jim Timberland, one of the names. I got to look it up. I see it in my mind. He's completely biased. You can not have biased individuals investigating anything.
Lee Smith: Kash Patel Says Mar-A-lago Documents Relate to Russiagate
"Because after the national archives gets these documents and they're making a lot of noise they want the Kim Jong-un letter They want to let our naturally that Barack Obama left to Donald Trump That's what they care about Then they say yeah there appears there was classified intelligence in there Cash says there's no classified intelligence Trump declassified at all Breitbart News reporters say well what is it He said well I don't want to talk about it because all these goons are going to accuse me of unveiling classified intelligence when it's not Cash says what this material is related to its rush gate and other things like Hunter Biden's laptop That's what gets the FBI to freak out Within a week they get a grand jury subpoena to go to Mar-a-Lago They're back in June looking for the same documents And you know what They can't find them They're looking for Russia gate stuff And if you're following The New York Times reporting now a Pulitzer Prize winning Maggie haberman et cetera If you look at what they're talking about they're talking about they're looking for documents related to fisa and related to confidential human sources Does that sound familiar It's referring to Stefan halper Christopher Steele and the Pfizer on Carter page That's what they're looking for And here's the thing The times published a piece at the end of last week and said they went in there and the piece ends with the revelation that the FBI didn't find what they're looking for So the question is does Donald Trump have these documents which he declassified before he left office or does no one has them I think we're in for even more interesting times ahead
413 Redacted Lies: Jack Posobiec Breaks Down the Affidavit
"In for Charlie Kirk. We are breaking down this affidavit with the 413 redacted lies where he and kassam and techno fog both have their analysis up at sub stack. And both of them are stating that they believe that it raises if they were confiscating the Russia Gates evidence. Here's the problem with this though, or at least for the DoJ, they are where the FBI is concerned. It doesn't seem like they recovered the documents that they were actually looking for. If they were, in fact, after the Russia gate documents, we're not seeing evidence that that's what they would found because they're certainly not acting as if that's what they found. They're an acting as if it was this grave matter of national security. They're acting as if they don't want people to know what's going on because I spoke with Christina bob and folks know that Christina and I used to work together one American news who paid it's not something big secret. Okay. And she told me that the FBI was trying to get them to keep it quiet. They didn't want the videos released. They wanted the cameras off. They didn't want anything going on. And now when you see this information, you see the fact that they talk about cash Patel that they talk about human control systems, HCS, they talk about Pfizer details. They specifically talk about the Pfizer corp, buys a warrant derived information. Well, what Pfizer warrant derived information could the president have? It got a lot, okay? They're Pfizer investigations going on every single day in the United States. That's what your FBI is doing, by the way. But which documents under the fisa case or under a fisa case would be so important that president Trump could take them to bring them with him all the way down to Mar-a-Lago.
John Solomon and Jack Posobiec Discuss the FBI's COMPLETE Overstep
"Talking about the fact that the FBI went completely above word on this. And so I've had a bunch of people on today talking about the FBI. What should be done with it? What should we do with it? We've got everyone from the gamut. One publisher was saying, oh, it's reform it. And then the next guy said, well, it's defund it. And then pass legislation to reform it. Another people saying, just dismantle the entire thing, give it back to the states, let the state be empowered. You mentioned something off air about Scotland Yard. What we're saying about Scotland Yard. So the British have an interesting model, right? They have Scotland Yard. They just do the crime in the country. Then there is MI 5 and MI 6 to do internal and external intelligence gathering. There are a group of members in Congress, I've been talking to the very privately been talking to money each other. That might be a future model, which is all right, we're going to keep the FBI just let it solve crimes. We're going to take all the counterintelligence stuff, but that's a domestic counterintelligence thing. Keep the CIA doing the CIA's foreign intelligence. We'd have the best world. When you look at the things that have most concerned, the American public and members of Congress in the last ten years almost all of them flow from the counterintelligence capabilities of the FBI, by the way, the increased powers that got after 9 11. Everybody was worried to give that an agency that much power will they eventually start to cheat. They cheated in Russia case, right? They doctored evidence. They lied to a fisa court. There is a growing belief that that counterintelligence counterintelligence capability mixed with criminal creates a temptation to find things and then build a criminal case against your enemies. And I think breaking that apart is one of the ideas that some members of Congress are talking about privately right now. I think that separation is intriguing some people. But step back from that, that could solve a problem and I know for sure. So what you're saying is it's almost like dividing. Yeah, it's almost like dividing the CIA, a new domestic intelligence agency, and then the FBI becomes the crime fighters and nothing else. And so
Rep. Matt Gaetz Shares His Unvarnished Take of the Mar-A-Lago Raid
"Think I've had you on the show since the raids. So I've been doing double duty here on newsmax on everybody else's podcast on the war room, lots of stuff for international media, the Brits can't believe what's going on. Your unvarnished first response to not only the raid itself, but in the last 9 days how the narrative has changed every 12 hours. First, it's records, then it's nukes, then it's espionage act, is this going to collapse eventually, or is this just the shape of things to come? Well, it sort of feels like a movie I've already seen before. I mean, if the Department of Justice and the national security state are using improper process to try to accuse Donald Trump of being a spy for a foreign country, it's not even the first time they've done it. And now that people are calling for a release of the affidavit that they presented to get the raid going and they're resisting that call for transparency, I think it raises even more questions. Remember, it was when we got the fisa warrant where they were using Carter page to try to get close to the Trump campaign in 2015 that we saw that the FBI was leaking information and then using the news stories that they created through their leaks to justify authorities that they would never have been given otherwise to spy on someone they believed to be close to a presidential campaign. So
Gov. Ron DeSantis: FBI Enforces the Law Only on People They Don't Like
"At turning point USA yesterday cut 11 go These agencies have now been weaponized to be used against people that the government doesn't like And you look at the raid at Mar-a-Lago and I'm just trying to I'm trying to remember maybe someone here can remind me about when they did a search warrant at Hillary's house in chappaqua when she had a rogue server and she was laundering classified information I don't remember them doing that I do remember them manufacturing a false conspiracy theory about Russia collusion I remember that that was not true That was an abuse of power I remember a lawyer for the FBI got caught doctoring an application for fisa surveillance against an innocent man I remember the FBI at Merrick Garland's direction being sick on parents going to school board meetings Meanwhile when you have a law that protects Supreme Court Justices is the FBI out there protecting our conservative justices No When you have violations of law where people are targeting pregnancy crisis centers are they doing their job and enforcing the law there No They're enforcing the law based on who they like and who they don't like That is not a republic what may be it's a banana republic when that happens
Ned Ryun on Defunding and Disbanding the FBI
"He's Ned Ryan. He is the author of a book I highly highly recommend on the battle of bunker hill. The adversaries, you can see it subtly placed over his left shoulder. There you go. Right there. You know everything and everyone about politics. You are deep, deep, deep in it. I want to get your perspective on today's theme resolved the disgraced FBI must be defunded and disbanded. What do you think? A 100%, I don't think that goes far enough though. I think that it is common. You think that's the moderate position. That is the moderate position. I think that they have shown themselves to absolutely not care about the rule of law. We have 6 years of empirical evidence of that in which, let's just start, for example, they used a fake Steele dossier, which they knew was bogus. That's the stunning part to me to secure four fisa warrant to spy on the president of the United States in the hopes to undermine and take out the duly elected president of the United States. And then we can keep on adding to that. I mean, I don't think people are talking enough about this very crazy Gretchen Whitmer, fed napping FBI informant, planting evidence kind of story that's really starting to play out. But all and beyond defund and shut down. People need to go to jail.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Trump Is Much More Likely to Be Re-Elected Now
"Lindsey Graham talked about the pathway for Trump getting wider to be reelected in 2024. Here we go again. I lived through crossfire hurricane. I lived through the Mueller investigation. The fisa court rebuked the Department of Justice for providing false information to the court to obtain a warrant against Carter page. Is it plausible the same people would be going after Trump again? 90 days before the midterms. So the pathway for president Trump to become the nominee is much wider now than it was yesterday. The likelihood of him being relegated is greater than it was yesterday because if you got something that is really so compelling, you had to go into the man's home with guns, drawn to get the information, tell the American people to ever Republican listening to me. We should be clamoring and demanding answers to the questions of why they had to raid president Trump's home 90 days before an election. Yeah you know, of every crazy aspect of the raid. You know the one that I can't get out of my head, guns drawn. Mar-a-Lago is swarming with Secret Service agents. Mar-a-Lago has a Secret Service presence. With some of the most trained and sophisticated, you know, law enforcement personnel in the country. Why would the FBI need to have a guy with a machine gun at the gates of Mar-a-Lago?
Eric Trump: When Will Enough Be Enough?
"For example, last night on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News channel, president Trump's son Eric was with the 45th president in New York City. In fact, it was Eric who got the call that there's an FBI guy with a machine gun at the gate of Mar-a-Lago. There are 30 FBI agents. They've just cracked into a safe that it turns out was allegedly empty and they're carting away boxes and boxes of documents. And I wanted to pay close attention to what Eric Trump had to say to Sean last night on Fox News channel. What could they possibly think existed? Inside of Mar-a-Lago in a box that was taken from The White House that was so damaging that the FBI director and the attorney general of the United States would have to raid a former president's residence and grab everything out of there because that doesn't make sense. What could what secret document could possibly rise to that level? I don't know, they'll probably find a note for me telling him how proud I am of him and what a great job he was doing as president. They might find some pictures of my kids, maybe some nice headlines, maybe a nice note from you Sean. It's insane. How many times can you cry wolf? I mean, the FBI dragged this whole country through hell for three years based on lies and deceit and dirty dossiers and fisa warrants and everything else, right? And everything proved to be incorrect, fraudulent, made up and absolute sham, they dragged this country through hell, and here they are again, rating the guy's house. I mean, when do you give up? When do you say enough's enough?
Mark Levin Does Not Support Federal Red Flag Laws
"When interest rates go up in addition everything else we discussed It limits the ability of businesses to expand They can not invest in research and development They can not invest in capital expansion And economic distortion Brings political tyranny The government becomes more and more powerful This is why you're not going to find me supporting any federal red flag laws and all the restaurants I can't support any of this folks There's plenty of federal laws There's plenty of state laws the ruling class has more power than the founders of this country and the framers of the constitution ever ever ever intended They have the tools necessary to do their jobs And I'm not going to be bullied and cowed into supporting this stuff no more No more I see what they did with the fisa court I see what they've done with the Patriot Act No more
What's Durham's Next Move? Just the News' John Solomon Weighs In
"Watching the Russia gate stuff with sussman and all of that. Where do you think Durham's next move? What do you think is next moves are going to be? Listen, he's got to get ready for the danchenko trial, which is the primary source of Christopher Steele used to build his dossier, which is the second leg of the dirty trick right. There were two legs of it. There was the alpha bank. Sussman's trial allowed us to see just how dirty and false and fake that was. The danchenko Audrey was going to show us just how bad the Steele dossier was. The media still holds Christopher Steele in regard when people see just how bad the dossier and its underpinnings were. They're going to realize in the media. They were used to perpetrate this document when it was full of maloney. And the FBI sustained an investigation for two and a half years based on complete bogus rumors. That's going to be the primary focus. There is one other bucket left that they're working on. There was a lot of grand jury activity a few months ago. Not as much now. And that is focused on FBI agents. Who were involved in providing information that was fed into the fisa warrants that allowed the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign and Carter page and people like that. That fisa warned, we know now had significant factual errors in it. And significant omissions that are required by the FBI when they find exculpatory evidence. There is a large number of people. One of those agents was admitted on the stand during the assessment. Oh, I'm under investigation as part of that. We don't know if there'll be more criminal charges. There was a lot of grand jury activity suggesting there would be charges a few months ago. We haven't seen that materialized, but what the FBI know and how it may have misled the Congress and the fisa courts is the other leg of the investigation. And then when those two things are resolved whenever we can find out there's going to be no more criminal cases involving that. There should be a final report that lays out just how bad this country was misled by the Hillary Clinton dirty trick that the FBI facilitated.
John Zmirak Explains the Court Case Exonerating Clinton's Lawyer
"When we talk about the sussman trial, the reason this is so difficult is because, and again, frame this a little bit better, you know, talk about the fact that Durham, talk about what was going on there in case anybody hasn't been tracking with this. What happened? Sussman was Clinton's lawyer and yeah. He went. Okay, Susan was Clinton's go between who went to the FBI with entirely made up information claiming that Donald Trump had a secret email server and was communicating with a Russian bank that's connected to oligarchs and Vladimir Putin. None of that was true. It was simply cooked up to distract people from the fact that Hillary Clinton was facing possible prosecution for illegally maintaining a private server with classified emails. So they made up they made up a crime and attributed it to Donald Trump. Meanwhile, the Obama administration was illegally surveilling the Trump administration. And the Trump campaign. And they use this as part of the pretext. Well, we have a national security reason. And then we'll go to the fisa court because Donald Trump might be a trader. He might be in collusion with the foreign power. All of it pulled out of Hillary Clinton's bodily orifice and forgiven in the FBI and the FBI held it up like it was real evidence. And now we see thanks to this OJ jury in D.C., the Democrats can get away with this and they are not subject to the
Was the Jury Reluctant to Put the Blame on Sussman? Nunes Weighs In
"It. You mentioned that one of the things we learned as this case unfolded is that you've got a wider ring of involvement. And of complicity. And I wonder if that's really what became decisive for the jury, because as Durham constructed the narrative, you got the FBI that was being suckered by this guy sussman sussman was coming in with the false story he wasn't revealing that he was working for the Hillary campaign and of course if you have an FBI that's a naive participant in this, then arguably sussman was the bad guy and the FBI were the good guys, but what if the jury said, you know what? Sussman, the FBI. These guys are all in it together. He's not suckering them. They're fully part of the scheme. So why should we isolate sussman as being sort of the villain here when this appears to be literally a coordinated operation by the Hillary campaign, including Susan, the technology executive and the FBI and ultimately also the media. So could it be that the jury was reluctant to put all the blame on sussman when they believed that the people on the other side of the table were really wink wink fully aware of what was going on. Well, I think there's two issues here, dinesh, so let's take them one at a time. The first one is that we only know what the jury foreman said and essentially what she said was and I'm paraphrasing, but she was just unsure why they brought this. This didn't seem like a big deal. It seems like the FBI has more in DoJ as more to work on. So that's a problem. So I don't give much we only know from the one juror, maybe it'll be other jurors that will speak later. But the format of the jury clearly had no interest in doing what her job was, which is not to evaluate whether DoJ is right or wrong to bring a case. It's basically decide on the facts in the merit, which this was a very clear slim part that should have been easy to determine. But I do think you are correct in that the FBI was clearly fully all knew what was going on, right? So the whole issue here that, yeah, baker on one hand, who was lied to supposedly. He had to have known that about this whole scheme that was going on, right? We knew because and let me just take your listeners back and in time. And the spring of 16, we know that the Obama team is brief. We know the attorney general at the time lynch knows about it. We know they start running informants, spies into the campaign at the same time in the spring of 16. It continues, gets worse. They get a fisa on Carter page so that they can go into everybody's communications and emails. So it's impossible. I think that the point that you're bringing up is a good one. All of these guys had to know,
Why Won't Democrats Focus on Their Surveillance Scandals?
"Their into surveillance unlawful surveillance That's why they wanted their little ministry of truth According to the office of the national Intel more than half of those queries almost 2 million were part of the larger investigation of alleged Russia attempts to target a week in U.S. critical infrastructure The office reported and admitted that on at least four occasions the FBI fell to get fisa approval before accessing the contents of information collected It's not the first time the FBI has been caught red handed overstepping its legal authority It seems to me there's systemically focused on undermining law abiding citizens And there are lighter array Jordan Turner laid out a laundry list of questions about the report demanding further transparent Isn't it interesting that the Democrats don't do this They control the Congress Is it an interesting that they're not focused on this at all And the vast majority of them weren't upset with this ministry of truth And the vast majority of them support a database against the cops Isn't that interesting ladies and gentlemen and they go around saying there aren't universal background checks to get a gun when in fact there are Like the idiot coach Steve Kerr going on and on
Report: FBI Spied on 3.3 Million Americans Without a Warrant
"I mentioned earlier the FBI Spied on 3.3 million Americans without a warrant Top House Republicans writes Joseph lord at epic times which is a fantastic site Our demanding answers from the FBI after court ordered information came to light showing That the FBI had collected the information of over 3 million Americans without a warrant In a May 25 letter FBI director Christopher wray representatives Jim Jordan and Mike Turner asked ray to explain why his agency had wiretapped and gathered personal information On over 3.3 million Americans without a warrant Limited authority to gather foreign intelligence information is granted by the fisa act the foreign intelligence surveillance act specifically section 7 O two But this power can grant an expanding circle of possible searches to the epi and other Intel agencies who can use the same power against American citizens who had any interaction with targeted foreigners This is why I'm explaining When you have a list of who are the bad cops what do you mean by that exactly We know there's quote unquote bad cops and we know there's tens of thousands of bad people or criminals But what does that mean You need some absolute detail
"fisa" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Whole FISA process is in the whole point of it basically to to can eavesdrop on terrorists and if there is an American and that is there there there is talk to them then they can on mass that person to find out who is working with the terrorist which I still understand because one at that point get a warrant to legally spy on them or or listen to their phone calls right should not be how it works well that's my point that's so I I introduced legislation to do exactly that to eliminate the FISA court and basically because you really don't need a FISA court to to be able to spy on funds on foreign spies and terrorists that Citrix you can do that the question was how do you protect American citizens that's why the FISA court was actually established so so the reality is that the standards are different than than it an article three Constitutional Court circled in article three court we do it all the time we get when you have organized crime for instance you go when you make your case you get your once you wire tap I guess what you do you can ask that it be sealed because you don't want that leak into getting out there and spoiling your case you could do all of that in an article three court this notion of having a secret court that is not transparent is like a star chamber that's really what it is and you're seeing the ramifications when you get somebody like a Michael Flynn where the the distinguished broad throughout the intelligence community the police apparatus of this the country did you go after Michael Flynn for what reason well for political purposes that's what we're doing so do you think that you're gonna be able to actually just get rid of the FISA court I mean they're still even Republicans they love the idea that they could spy on people whenever they want and you know it's it's and and you know that's one question other question is the media is not running with the narrative that look trump's actually unmasked Maura made more and masking requests then Obama did now he's not using it for political purposes that we know of but I mean it seems pretty dangerous do you think you're gonna be able to get the support to to get rid of this well I know and I tell you what those two real quick problems number one we don't control the house and we end there's a collision collision is a bipartisan coalition Republicans Democrats that want to get rid of it but but we can we still can't get enough votes in the house ends and so they passed up a re authorization is sitting over in the Senate right now and Mike Lee was able to get a small amendment on that yesterday yesterday seventy seven votes but it's a small amendment did it that and I don't even get to the weeds and what it does but but it doesn't really move the needle too much and those of us who want to repeal it I mean there's maybe twenty in the Senate and there's probably a third of the house then you've got people who just think that the world's gonna fall apart if you don't have it but I'll just point out for the last seventy days you've not had FISA because it is expired this is a re authorization it's already expired and the world is not falling apart at least except for on the shut downs the coded nineteen S. but nothing with regard to the terrorist front has happened that's because you don't need the FISA court it's it's phenomenal news you just brought up I let's would switch you know my car is a big and running out of time so Arizona is in the first phase I mean we're we're pretty open we don't know about schools yet but do you see I think finally saw the light after some nice gentle pressure from you and and from others and I I thank you for that what about I mean these other places in this country LA county's gonna be locked down for another three months a fifteen hundred sixty nine deaths ten point three million people it makes no sense and in Wisconsin the Supreme Court they're struck down the governor stayed home order I mean I think we're gonna see some uprisings pretty soon if these Democrat governors don't relinquish their power yeah something like a million people of RT's this said I've gone out and end of violated the California extension there according to an article I saw late last night and this morning the bottom line is I believe that there is no constitutional authority from but what most of them have done I also believe that what I keep reminding enter my may look to defense hello folks look at officials we don't have power we have authority is delegated to us by the people who have power and that's the people of the United States they have power and what we're seeing is a massive overreach on the part of government and a massive irrigation of power to the central government which the federal government which not federally more doubts national and and people want to get out now I'm also see servings a servicing people are afraid to come out or they're free to come out because people like Dr Fauci scare the crap out of him and the reality is when you start looking at the science and the data and you get the contrary view from a many many scientists who were looking at the data as well and you looking at data from other countries as well you can you can say all right if you feel uncomfortable coming out or opening your business didn't do by all means stay inside you need don't have to open your business but we would love for Americans to be free again to open their businesses end up being possible be responsible but by golly be free it would be nice last one I got a revert back I'm we never see Democrats ever paying the price you know it's one of the great frustrations we see Flynn get his life ruined and they're like No Way Out I mean do you see anybody and I think it needs to happen for the morale this country do you see anybody on that list of thirty nine names going to prison for what they did I think there's I think people who should I think there's a possibility I am I am I you know the traditional bars down a lot of really good things I'm hoping that that will see it I mean I look at James Comey I mean Kelly the guy is just a a flick of liner I look at look at Peter struck the guy the guy was everybody says call me was the the the hub and everybody else was supposed attorney Peter struck was on every investigation team he's the guy that was that the the hinge been for James Comey and he's also the guy that that basically didn't tell us the truth and at any time and so I think that he's got to be investigated thoroughly and and pay the price there are others that should be paying the price as well so the answer is I'm hope I'm hopes I hope so I mean you don't want to think that you can have this kind of criminality at the highest levels of the federal government and it additionally what makes us into a really ridiculous mockery is that is that for political purposes we we we can't abuse power for political purposes in this country that just that's unacceptable he really do you think that president Obama N. or Joe Biden guilty of abuse of power guilty of a crime here well I I think you're going to see if there's gonna be some blurry lines we've got it we got to see what they knew when they knew it and if the if the crime was committed then you have to did you have to take action do you have to take action yeah not nothing to stop the president even former president he broke the law abused his power broke the law ruin a life broke the law I mean you know that that to me is the only way to stop something like this never happening again otherwise they can be getting away with it yeah we call that in in the in the business I used to be a deterrent you have to tend to deterrence specific which means that the individual is punished and in a way that they can't repeat the same the crime is general deterrence is where you will you you put one or two of these people in prison or punish them then it did it inspires everybody else not to do that kind of action because nobody else wants to be treated the same way and that's what they were trying to do here unjustly they wanted to punish people who support Donald Trump I mean you could see that there was an art a celebrity yesterday you said man I hate all of trump's supporters and you know wanted to castigate us that's he treated that is out there now it's ridiculous absolutely margins so congressman Biggs thank you so much for the time and in your opinion and your hard work I really appreciate it and we will definitely talk to you soon thank you thanks have a good one you too take care as Congress any big sis right here on campus today morning ritual with garret Lewis all right listens summer is officially under way at the la Paloma Country Club and there have a great thing it's called a summer review membership a summer preview membership where you can just try it out from now until August thirty first as a full fledged golf member of the level of a Country Club try it out it's a it's you pay one 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"fisa" Discussed on WTVN
"Get a bipartisan that says that the FISA process this secret court which must be used for foreigners to spawn foreigners is never used again on a political campaign I don't care if you think the Democrats are in cahoots with the Russians are Ukrainians go to a real judge with an adversarial process where everybody gets a lawyer you can do it in private that judges can meet in private let's go to a real federal court not a secret court that is a rubber stamp it took five to two years after Devin newness telling them what was going on they would never admit it they finally have admitted it and the person that that they have appointed to investigate themselves is an apologist for the FISA court it's not something that will really try very hard so I don't think files of course your secret courts should ever be used to investigate a political campaign of any party each is there an appetite among fellow senators to get red I mean it the FISA I think part of it comes up for renewal in another month from now is there an appetite there to do as I've written columns it's time to get rid of the FISA court yeah I'm with you I've talked to the president a lot about this I think the president's definitely for reforms my fears well come up is some fake reforms so they'll go part way but they won't fix the whole thing and then you have to read the small print because sometimes things look like reform appear in in the small print they can make it worse or the status quo lives on the bottom line is there a lot of people who used to support the FISA court have now see now it's been abused and my point is this I don't really care so much there are not constitutional rights if you live in Libya for us to you shop on your phone conversation I'm fine with that but the thing is if you are an American talking to someone overseas if you're American it gets caught up in these vast databases we should let someone like Peter Strock type your name man because you happen to be a Republican or a trump supporter type your name in and research your background a listener conversation you should always have to get a warrant from a real court a public article three court if you want to do anything about searching Americans records and none of the stuff that's obtained through the surveillance courts which do not adhere to a constitutional standard should ever be used against American in any court and so that those are things that are reforms that we really could have and whether we get rid of the FISA court or not you know I before I don't know if they're the votes for it but at the very least Americans should be protected and nothing that is gathered without a real war from a real court should ever be used against an American all right senator rand Paul of Kentucky thank you very much for stepping outside the Senate chamber to talk with us Pritchard all right we're gonna pause take a quick break we'll be right back we'll have more of your telephone calls coming up on the Sean Hannity show I'm Gregg Jarrett bringing jobs back to America and getting show newsradio six ten WTVN you know computer systems in cars electronically controlled transmissions touch screen displays thousands of sensors.
"fisa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Get a bipartisan it says that the FISA process this secret court which must be used for foreigners to Spahn foreigners is never used again on a political campaign I don't care if you think the Democrats are in cahoots with the Russians are Ukrainians go to a real judge with an adviser a process where everybody gets a lawyer you can do it in private that judges can meet in private let's go to a real federal court not a secret court there is a rubber stamp it took five to two years after Devin newness telling them what was going on they would never admit it they finally have admitted it and the person that they they have appointed to investigate themselves is an apologist for the files record it's not something that will really try very hard so I don't think files of course your secret courts should ever be used to investigate a political campaign of any party either an appetite among fellow senators to get red I mean it the FISA I think part of it comes up for renewal in another month from now is there an appetite there to do as I've written in columns it's time to get rid of the FISA court yeah I'm with you I've talked to the president a lot about this I think the president's definitely for reforms my fears will come up is some fake reforms so they'll go part way but they won't fix the whole thing and then you have to read the small print because sometimes things look like reform appear in in the small print they can make it worse or the status quo lives on the bottom line is there a lot of people who used to support the FISA court have now see now it's been abused and my point is this I don't really care so much there are not constitutional rights if you live in Libya for us to drop on your phone conversation I'm fine with that but the thing is if you are an American talking to someone overseas if you're American it gets caught up in these vast databases we should let someone like Peter Strock type your name man because you happen to be a Republican or a trump supporter type your name in and research your background a listener conversations you should always have to get a warrant from a real court a public article three court if you want to do anything about searching Americans records and none of the stuff that's obtained through this surveillance courts which do not adhere to a constitutional standard should ever be used against American in any court and so that those are things that are reforms that we really could have and whether we get rid of the FISA court or not you know I'd be for it I don't know if they're the votes for it but at the very least Americans should be protected and nothing that is gathered without a real warrant from a real court should ever be used against an American all right senator rand Paul of Kentucky thank you very much for stepping outside the Senate chamber to talk with us per share to thanks all right we're gonna pause take a quick break we'll be right back we'll have more of your telephone calls coming up on the Sean Hannity show I'm Gregg Jarrett job America show news radio twelve hundred W. away you know computer systems in cars electronically controlled transmissions touch.
"fisa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Going on the FISA court has to go on I believe the first one that the FISA court at times is absolutely necessary when it comes to terrorism in the United States but it's been politicized right here is your forecast later today a low pressure system in the Midwest will deliver lots of rain to the south and to the north mainly north of I seventy the bulk of the system will produce snow now we will see rain for a time in Indiana and then things change over to snow so right in that transition zone we're going to receive a different mix of precip at times throughout the day high pressure remains primarily in the mid Atlantic and northeast and the central part of the country will be clear as we move into the Pacific Northwest it's a mixed bag of rain for the coast snow in the higher elevations of the Rockies Sierras and cascades with that system moving eastward over the mountain ranges into Idaho Montana and portions of northern Utah temperatures returning to normal for this time of year for Miami seventy five today with rain tomorrow sunshine at seventy five for New York City forty six and partly sunny your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout your forecast is brought to you by the truck smart mobile lab from travel centers of America download trucks more today to get what you need when you need it here for your mom is a bright will see president of will see asset management and hostess my best in show every Saturday and Sunday here and K. F. M. B. A. M. seven sixty one twenty could be involved are you in the stock market and investing in general are you prepared for what could happen this year you panic and sell when you should be buying and by when you should be selling I always say investing is simple but not easy and that is more so this year and want a lot of my forty one years the finance world which I will share with you and our next free workshop Thursday evening February thirteenth six thirty in scripts ranch so investing has you confused or you're not happy on better returns it's time for you to attend our free workshop and find out how you should be investing for twenty twenty and beyond sitting is limited to sign up go to our website smart investing two thousand dot com smart investing two thousand dot com or call the office eight five eight five four six four three oh six Dr set for assault I'm Cindy working that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty and Oceanside position who sexually assaulted five female patients referred by the VA was sentenced Thursday to three years probation doctor Edgar Manzanera will also have to register as a sex offender and surrender his medical license Delmar residence Thursday night came out to a forum for measure jeep the rezoning project for the del Mar beach bluff.
"fisa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I'm Gerry McNamara coming up following the top of the hour we got to get to the the whole situation on a rant kind of stuff we got to say about that and also the while never thought I'd say this but it's time to suspend the FISA court yeah I'm I mean you and I kind of but throughout that idea that if if if if we cannot get a grip on this if it has gotten out of hand and it cannot be properly managed through oversight then it has to be over I'll tell you one thing that came up over the weekend from I forgot it was the the federals dot com got a part of the yeah I'm sure you saw out of the of the I. G.'s report if you read the I. G.'s report in here that it's admitted that the FISA court took her say evidence for the Carter page weren't quite was here six was intact some of it was hearsay upon hearsay upon hearsay where they could not verify the sources it would even it would even cut it for regular ward right yeah and so the admission was there from the FISA court they didn't do their job well and and that's what you know that's the troubling part of it you know whether it's the of rubber stamping approach us some kind of I don't know I don't want to say good old boy network but really it would be if you think about the nature of the FISA courts during that whole thing if it was just recognizing the signatures or positions behind those signatures and rubber stamping then that's a problem that's and it's a huge problem and and the things are talking about you know Christopher ray well we're gonna show video I mean this is a not I'm sorry it's not violent crap well talking about the government having the ability to do secret warrants on people and law enforcement claiming we're just a bunch of idiots and so we need to watch tapes as if they don't know the price they know the process for regular warrants yeah this this is what they did wouldn't even pass muster for regular warrant I've never been served one day in law enforcement I've ever taken one law enforcement cores I know what they did was wrong they know what they did was wrong and they're trying to somehow slang gotta this by stating or if it's just the fact that we weren't sure we were doing we apologize well it's a point somebody FISA court will appoint somebody who was one who was defending the FISA process we have Christopher page yeah he's not the one that's supposed to clean it up I mean it's such crap it really is they are feeding the American public a line of B. S. that's a hundred stories tall right now yeah this I mean it it is eight and it's maddening because if it weren't going to if it were not going to be exposed after something like this then don't we there's no hope that it ever would be no no you sorry that's not gonna change fundamentally then it after something like this in the wake of something like this then it never will they're not taking this seriously now they're not I mean if that's the is that you know saying we're gonna show videos that's the equivalent of sensitivity training yeah let's close down the Starbucks here yeah and will do will discuss FISA court sensitivity training yeah I'm telling you a FISA con this summer we forgot about that we're gonna have we're gonna have a panel on this I'm telling you right now for those that don't know that's our idea to have a an entire can they're treating the American public as they believe the American public is yeah like they believe the American public is stupid and they it was embarrassing what happened Friday and Christopher Reyes apology and everything else and by the way trump was absolutely right for blasting him yes for the people's lives that they destroyed and the fact that this isn't good enough and he doesn't buy it and neither do why no I don't buy that at all uses not at all it's bogus it is sweeping under the rug saying it's are bad it's the equivalent of commies interview with Wallace on fox.
"fisa" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"To lie to the FISA court you you were in charge during a lot of the search for you so you signed the FISA applications sure I think I signed at least two or three of them he doesn't concluded there was intentional misconduct by these career specially it's one of two things and he can't decide gross negligence or was intentional misconduct by three forty sat I read his report he says we are not concluding that there was intentional misconduct where he just said here I did I don't know the context of ray was like how do you explain it and he said gross negligence for intentionality okay so I'm services let me jump in that that is just another smoking gun moment in this interview right call me trying to tell the country that the inspector general concluded that there was no bias no deliberate misconduct no bias right he uses various you know to deliberate intentional whatever the word you want to use intentionality driven by hatred or political animus or whatever it might be and call me saying please Spector general did not find that and while also actually no he said it was either constant gross negligence seventeen different times and they all cut one direction or there was intentionality and he didn't know which one was the truth that he plays the clip of Horowitz for coming from the hearing saying exactly that and then come we pretend like the clip never happened he said well I read the report losses do you not watch that clip do not hear what we just played for you he's a well I don't know about the context of what that was and the context is exactly what it seems like call me is once again of misrepresenting the facts trying to spin this thing to make it look better for the FBI then it dies and for himself and over and over again Wallace does not let him get away with it I think this is an interview if you have not seen the whole thing I I don't have time to play all of us fifteen minutes long we've devoted three segments to it I have the full YouTube clip embedded at my town all peace at town hall dot com today this was I think devastating James call me I I unfortunately I think is who we have come to realize he is and rather than that being a gut feeling I think it was on full display on national television yesterday morning so my hat is off to a Chris Wallace and I wonder if Jim call me can bring himself to go back and watch that performance because it was it was not good we had a break we'll come right back new polling on impeachment I don't think Nancy plus is gonna like it at all we'll explain after this your listening to the faster the guy Benson show.
"fisa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Impeachment stuff in a minute but before we do you've heard about this judge rose merry conure and she's the presiding judge with the FISA court and she's been for several years the hill newspaper record reports this is the headline judge blasts FBI over misleading info for surveillance of trump campaign adviser the secret of federal courts that approve the surveillance of former trump campaign adviser Carter page on Tuesday accused FBI agents meeting a misleading impression about their bases for requesting a warrant in order the bureau to overhaul its process in a blistering order a judge on the FISA court accused the bureau providing false information and withholding materials that would undercut its for surveillance applications for anything I said this back in March twenty seventeen but let's go on the F. B. I.'s handling of the Carter page applications as portrayed in the IG report was antithetical to the heightened duty of candor described above rose merry call your presiding judge with the FISA court road in the order released by the court the judge gave the FBI until January ten to provide the court a sworn statement detailing how plans to overhaul its approach to future surveillance applications then it goes on she goes on the frequency with which representations made by FBI personnel turned out to be on supporter contradicted by information in their possession with which they withheld information detrimental to their case because of the question weather information contained in the other and P. I. applications is reliable now I have nothing but well let me be careful about this I want to admonish this judge she had an opportunity to act when it mattered back on April twenty twenty seventeen the landmark legal foundation under its president Pete Hutchison filed a motion a secret motion with this court and it was a motion informing the judge the violations that occurred based on published reports it was known back in April twenty seventeen some of it if not much of it and those exhibits were provided to the judge five days after we file that just five days after we found that the judge ruled as follows order the court is received a pleading titled motion for leave to appear as a make a secure in for inbound quarter directing investigation submitted by landmark legal foundation on April twenty twenty seventeen although presented as a request to appear as an enemy could secure a friend of the court there's no matter pending before the court with respect to which such an appearance would be proper there for order denies request there is no matter pending before the court with respect to which such an appearance would be proper that was always a disingenuous replied by this judge and apparently she changed her mind today lately she changed her mind more than two and a half years later and realize so I have jurisdiction the matter is pending I suppose no never made any sense because a judge's free even after a matter is done to call parties before them in their court room yes in fact the judge believes wrongs have been committed in the court and against the court and so judge call your did not protect the federal judiciary she did not protector on court room she did not protect the foreign intelligence surveillance act for more than two and a half years she allowed these perpetrators to get away with what they did and she could have run into this she could have had an evidentiary hearing right contempt hearing if you will and she chose not to now see jumping on the bandwagon after the icy report after Robert ray one no fan of I mean FBI director ray I should say W. R. A. Y. has announced forty different reforms that he's going to take a look at after I and others including Mike Lee have said you know we have to abolish the court the court failed to do its job and I suspect it won't do its job only now does judge collier issue her decision only now because part of the problem is judge collier and any other judge whoever Caesar's involved as a FISA judge they don't read these documents over a thousand of them were presented to the FISA courts last in a twenty eighteen and only one was denied that's almost a one hundred percent approval record now that's absurd so judge call your has some answering to do if Congress is serious about getting to the bottom of this she and others need to be called before Congress in a legitimate oversight function not to investigate her for criminal reasons but the find out exactly what she and others did did they read did they raise any questions because the person being targeted to the greasepaint targeted they have no presence in the secret courts none show more than two and a half years after this judge in a couple sentences rejected landmark legal foundations very appropriate pertinent motion calling on her to investigate what is taking place and what what's taking place claiming in essence you have jurisdiction anymore since the matter is that before her anymore now she pulls jurisdiction back claims that matter most is in front of her in orders reforms in order says senator the FISA system is broken and in part because the FISA courts are broken including what judge call your did rose merry collar the presiding judge under the desk I'm not fine intelligence surveillance court system I'm not impressed with what she's done here I'm disturbed that it took her so long she writes the FISA court expect the government to provide complete and accurate information every filing with the court without it the court cannot properly ensure that the government conducts its electronic surveillance for foreign intelligence purposes only when there's a sufficient factual basis well judge collier why did you wait wanting to hold your own hearing in secret what did you pull the parties in front of you why didn't you hold an evidentiary hearing you were waiting for the office of the inspector general but you have an independent obligation you're an independent court you're an independent body to look into these matters on your own search all swell that you waited for the executive branch and for the office of the independent counsel to do its investigation but in the meantime they took a year and a half the country's plodding along we have elements within the median elements within our political system who are denying that violations occurred or ignoring them completely and you signed off on these applications you or one of your colleagues did you ever see this court system you are responsible for this to who's going to hold you to account and what did you slough off a perfectly legitimate motion that was warning you any choir ring of you encouraging you to act and you only now there were serious missteps as the inspector general said worse than that of course but there were serious missteps by you judge carrier and your conflicts because without you and your colleagues there would have been no warrant regardless what the FBI did and you chose to sit on the sidelines for two and a half years and watch it all play out use chose to sit on your hands and watch it all planned out until you can get cover from the inspector general's report rather than conduct your own judicial inquiry that is appalling to me this is why when Mike leave senator Lee was on my program last night I said I don't have a whole lot of faith that they're gonna be able to reform the system not only of judges like this even after the fact take their damn good all the time addressing what was obvious over two and a half years ago I'll be right back ban.
"fisa" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"To the FISA court you you were in charge during a lot of the search for you so you signed the FISA applications sure I think I signed at least two or three of them he doesn't concluded there was intentional misconduct by these career specially does he just as it's one of two things and he can't decide gross negligence or was intentional misconduct forty sat I've read his report he says we are not concluding that there was intentional misconduct just said here I did I don't know the context of ray was like how do you explain it and he said gross negligence for intentionality okay so I'm services let me jump in that that is just another smoking gun moment in this interview right call me trying to tell the country that the inspector general concluded that there was no bias no deliberate misconduct no bias right he uses various you know to deliberate intentional whatever the word you want to use intentionality driven by hatred or political animus or whatever it might be and call me saying inspector general did not find that and while also actually no he said it was either constant gross negligence seventeen different times and they all cut one direction or there was intentionality and he didn't know which one was the truth that he plays the clip of Horowitz for coming from the hearing saying exactly that and then come we pretend like the clip never happened he said well I read the report losses do you not watch that clip do not hear what we just played for you he's a well I don't know about the context of what that was and the context is exactly what it seems like call me is once again of misrepresenting the facts trying to spin this thing to make it look better for the F. B. I. then it dies and for himself and over and over again Wallace does not let him get away with it I think this is an interview if you have not seen the whole thing I I don't have time to play all of us fifteen minutes long we've devoted three segments to it I have the full YouTube clip embedded at my town all peace at town hall dot com today this was I think devastating James call me I I unfortunately I think is who we have come to realize he is and rather than that being a gut feeling I think it was on full display on national television yesterday morning so my hat is off to a Chris Wallace and I wonder if Jim call me can bring himself to go back and watch that performance because it was it was not good we had a break we'll come right back new polling on impeachment I don't think Nancy plus is gonna like it at all we'll explain after this.
"fisa" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Have repeatedly said that the dossier will valid verified truthful and by the way for those people saying that is not valid or truthful it really wasn't central and getting the FISA warrants approved in the first place that's the opposite of course what I G. Horowitz said he said that the dossier with absolutely essential so now James call me what do you have to take have to say says Chris Wallace here is how homie responded I'm not sure he and I are saying different things what is report says is that the F. B. I thought it was a close call until they got the steel report put that additional information and that tipped it over to the probable cause it's a long five application includes steel material and lots of other material I don't think we're saying different things well I think you are Sir because he's saying saying it I don't think we're saying different things you're saying that the dossier was not critical IT her which says the dossier was essential damn right you're saying different things part of a broader mosaic of just one element he's saying it was the tipping point it's what brought it over that doesn't make it part of a broader mosaic it makes it the centerpiece of the whole FISA application and the ability to surveil Carter page yeah I don't understand to be saying that I could be wrong about that well I I don't understand him to be saying that I could be wrong about that either it was essential or it wasn't you said it wasn't critical IT Horowitz says it was all I don't understand him to be saying that but maybe I'm wrong are the same as we move on to something else Horowitz says it wasn't part as you told Brett bear wasn't part of a broader mosaic he set a plate and a central role in establishing probable cause in fact he says if it hadn't been for the steel dot CA the FBI probably wouldn't have even submitted a five application that has been reviewed in April of twenty sixteen no still dossier no warrant August rather twenties attended aside and not to do it they get the steel dossier they do it wasn't part of a broader mosaic that's it but you censor I'm not sure he and I are saying different things what is report says is that the F. B. I thought it was a close call until they got the still report put that additional information and that tipped it over to the probable cause it's a long five application includes steel material and lots of other material I don't think we're saying different things well I think you are Sir because he's saying saying it's part of a broader mosaic of just one element he's saying it was the tipping point it's what brought it over that doesn't make it part of a broader mosaic it makes it the centerpiece of the whole FISA application and the ability to surveil Carter page now Chris Wallace asked a very strong follow up now what does Mr call me say in response to that no you guys are saying two very different things I have that for you on the other side there's something you need to know about really factor in about Pete and set top with the father son owners they are on a real mission to help as many people as possible get out of pain and they have been a consistent sponsor of my show.
"fisa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The FISA process was followed and that the entire case is awful response away by DOJ and the FBI we identified significant inaccuracies in emissions in each of the four applications seven in the first application and a total of seventeen by the final renewal application seventeen significant errors in the FISA process and you say that it was handled in a thoughtful and appropriate why they're he's right I was wrong I was overconfident in the procedures that the FBI and justice had built over confident over twenty years I thought they were a bust enough it's incredibly hard to get a FISA I was overconfident in those because he's right that was real sloppy to seventeen things the there should have been in the applications are least discuss and characterize differently it it was not acceptable and so he's right I was wrong if you make it sound like you're a bystander an eye witness you with the director of the F. B. I. well a lot of this was going on she were in charge you were in charge sure I'm responsible for that's why I'm telling you I was wrong I was overconfident as director in our procedures and it's important that it that into a leader be accountable and transparent divide were still director I'd be saying exactly the same thing that Chris racing which is we are going to get to the bottom of this because the most important question is is it systemic are there problems in other cases one of the central issues is the role that the steel dot CA played which was up a research paid for by the Democrats what role it played in getting the fives warrants to surveil page again here's your version and again here's the inspector general my recollection was it was part.
"fisa" Discussed on 600 WREC
"That the FISA process was followed and that the entire case is awful responsible way by DOJ and the FBI we identified significant inaccuracies and omissions in each of the four applications seven in the first application and a total of seventeen by the final renewal application seventeen significant errors in the FISA process and you say that it was handled in a thoughtful and appropriate way yeah he's right I was wrong I was overconfident in the procedures that the FBI and justice had built over twenty years I thought they were bused enough it's incredibly hard to get a FISA I was overconfident in those because he's right that was real sloppiness seventeen things the there should have been in the applications are least discussed and characterize differently it it was not acceptable and so he's right I was wrong if you make it sound like you're a bystander an eye witness you with the director of the F. B. I. well a lot of this was going on Sir sure that's possible for that's why I'm telling you I was wrong I was over confident as director in our procedures by the way I just wanna backed it up just a tad I want your again listen to Chris Wallace going you're acting like you warning charger act like you weren't the one moving this forward you're acting like you're the one that somehow should be held accountable for everything you did which was incredibly incompetent that was mass negligence you guys screwed this up and you were in charge in Iraq thank I'm not really in charge discuss and characterize differently it was not acceptable and so he's right I was wrong if you make it sound like you're a bystander an eye witness you with the director of the F. B. I. well a lot of this was going on Sir sure I'm responsible for that's why I'm telling you I was wrong I was.
"fisa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The FISA applications sure I think I signed at least two or three of them he doesn't concluded there was intentional misconduct by these career specially it's one of two things and he can't decide gross negligence or was intentional misconduct by three forty seven I read his report he says we are not concluding that there was intentional misconduct where he just said here I did I don't know the context of rate was specifically how do you explain it and he's a gross negligence for intentionality yeah well I'm sorry he doesn't find intentionality but that doesn't make it any less important as director you are responsible for this I was responsible for this and if I were still there be doing what Chris raise doing is figure out so how did this happen and it is it's systemic because that's the scariest thought if you were still there and all of this came out and it turned out it happened on your watch would you resign no I don't think so there were mistakes I consider more consequential than this during my tenure can you do is a quick list of those only believe I was just standing over bigger things in this it happened spying on American citizen the holy that but a presidential campaign all we do stuff crazier net all the time finding a dozen and a half obvious problems with the way we spied on a U. S. citizen yeah with bigger things and that happened when I was director yeah okay and that's your this is the good I was a little disappointed Chris Wallace not saying what what what could be worse that's that's amazing so he's he's going with V. were just so bad at our jobs argument no no no no no we're not we're not biased we don't have political agendas of sonic cool we're just really bad at our jobs for any like really bad like so much worse than you ever imagined at our jobs right were so sloppy at every level is the IG report said were so sloppy from the top to the bottom three different teams multiple teams catch each other's problems so sloppy we are there's no bias for his argument biased right the two choices man I love the rhetorical technique he engaged in so prosecutor comes and says Joe Getty either stabbed of Michelangelo or he shot him and Chris Wallace says so it was either you stab memory shot him well well Chris the AG did not answer the I. G. did not to determine that I stabbed him but you either stand number shot up while the I. G. did not make a determination that I stabbed him what did you did not make a determination once it's so he plays the **** would thing which states the opposite of what call me is saying and and while the system did you just hear what we played I don't know the context of what everybody was testifying before Congress it looks like he was in a grocery store maybe that was Congress I don't know if he is talking about this case or someone else I don't I don't know what that was he is slick is super slick and then the weather the steel dossier was the key to getting the fight my favorite part you want to do that one act which the IG report says it was call me weasels out of that with the longest craziest answer yeah yeah no I suppose we could play that for you but man he is slick that's why he's willing to go on there he knows he's good but this stuff with call me and and the steel dossier knacks okay Seijun Armstrong edition in a TV for eighty five northbound before Balboa three correct on the right shoulder slowing down.
"fisa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The FISA process was followed and that the tire cases awful response away by DOJ and the FBI we identified significant inaccuracies and omissions in each of the four applications seven in the first application and a total of seventeen by the final renewal application so he was what he was that was a whole way press conference that listen to his answer to that cut for seventeen significant errors in the FISA process and you say that it was handled in a thoughtful and appropriate way yeah he's right I was wrong I was overconfident in the procedures that the FBI and justice had built over twenty years I thought they were bused enough it's incredibly hard to get a FISA I was over confident in those because he's right that was real sloppy to seventeen things the user should have been in the applications least discussed and characterize differently it was not acceptable and so he's right I was wrong if you make it sound like you're a bystander an eye witness you with the director of the FBI well a lot of this was going on Sir sure I'm responsible for that's why I'm telling you I was wrong I was overconfident as director in our procedures as important at that into leader be accountable and transparent if I were still director I'd be saying exactly the same thing that Chris racing which is we are going to get to the bottom of this because the most important question is is it systemic are there problems in other cases you we don't know the answer to that would your answer to his answer why are you in again Brian he added your which from about clip he was well the misinformation the seventeen life in the fight they should have picked this got word to Scott there's a one file the what procedures where they got the information they're going to use to spy on people the charges in the allegations were discussed and their check mark next one saying not corroborated not true not corroborated found on the internet why are you all up they weren't discuss what he should have said as we discussed them we don't want them we then whined about them to make them appear true and spied on an American citizen anyway are you a lawyer here's a disgrace to law enforcement everywhere I would have been fired and potentially prosecuted at the GS thirteen secret service agent we're doing the exact thing this guy did where are the civil libertarians on this mark ward and I'm not using the lord's name in vain I need it this is going to be like the downfall of the Republic if this kind of crap is allowed to continue and really good job by Chris he was great in them down and not let them get out of this you said right right this is the first time we get in bitcoin said it's just plain clips of these guys getting off on you know it did to disagreeing we get him together and the pain they did a good job at in these clubs here's another example he got the Carter page eight F. B. I. lawyer made up the said the ignore the fact that Carter pages work with the Russian a work with the CIA now with the Russians he was working for the CIA therefore there's no reason to have a application to spy on him so the whole thing would have been good ground to a halt so now listen to the other part about this steel dot CA which is basically fiction instilled in even believe in it and they put in the report that he had a habit of embellishing stories and falling down leads that nobody else followed cut five my recollection was it was part.
"fisa" Discussed on WTVN
"Confidence that the FISA process was followed and that the entire case was awful responsible way by DOJ and the FBI I think the notion of prize was accused here is another instance nonsense conspiracy theory conspiracy theory as I it's interesting to hear come we come out and say that and and you know I guess you give him some credit for admitting it in a little late you know I I don't know I mean I guess you say okay here is easily saying it but it's impossible that and to deny at this point and this is also the same guy as you point out who when this came out said it was complete vindication which they ask Chris Wallace asked about and said Hey you know you said this was complete vindication for your position here's what the I. G. said about that and they played a clip of the I. G. saying no it was definitely not complete vindication others massive problems here and it's true I mean it's obvious right we're all we all saw the report we all can see and hear and read so this is it was a weird P. R. attempt to come out and say you were vindicated and then ten seconds later come out and say well you're right now home is lining the vindication was to say well we were vindicated from the very worst accusations right so to say instead of saying like well why you're very worst accusation by you were vindicated Carter page that was he says you know and and he's playing the line that the media was playing which is there was no political bias that was what the report says that there's no little buys now did they say that it said there was no evidence there's no documentary evidence of political bias right however it does how do you make seventeen writers and they're all going one way and they're not errors they're changing documents falsifying documents the only two explanations for this our political bias they were doing their breaking their own rules to target trump right that's one number two is the break their own rules all the time to get these by FISA warrants the end and it's all tilted towards essentially conviction if you will right which is that's even worse that's worse I mean so which one is it is it that you always fix these things so that you can get or were you targeting trump for political reasons one of the two because the entire system is a disaster if they do this to everybody so in a way you kinda wish they were just doing it because they didn't like trump you know because at least then you don't have to completely scrapped the entire system but honestly until we know the answer to that you pretty much have to scrap the entire system if this is the way they're handling this it's it's what every libertarian warned us about this entire time going to ministration were completely right completely right completely were completely vindicated the libertarians work yes yes correct yes here I was I was looking at the Boris Johnson win and then looking at this impeachment and looking how old the the left here in America has been dealing with things and how they're trying to silence people and I think there's a few lessons that really need to be learned and I think the first thing is the silent majority he is who the Democrats should be talking to and trying to relate to because it's the silent majority not the loud minority that actually goes out in boats right now our society is built on silencing and making you feel alone and you're in the majority it's the same message I gave you during the nine twelve project you're not alone you're not alone there are millions of Americans who feel just like you do and they're not all Republicans summer independent summer Democrats but they don't like the craziness that is happening right now social media social media is not the voice of the majority box don't vote algorithms don't vote people do algorithms make people discouraged algorithms make people feel alone algorithms make people stay home so it's the majority voice the silent majority voice that we need to pay attention to if you're going to win an election that's who you pay attention to not social media and certainly not the press the third thing that I think everybody needs to learn is the mainstream media is no longer mainstream it's not and I don't mean it that they're well they're so far left I mean they're not really appealing to the mainstream anymore they're not appealing to the silent majority they're not appealing to people in the center of the country and it has been replaced but the mainstream media is and has not been replaced by one entity the mainstream media has been replaced by the hundreds hundreds of entities so we've lost some of our cohesion we've lost some of our unity but I believe because we we no longer believe the mainstream media we're better off for it but you should know mainstream media it was your bias your lives your incompetence your arrogance they drove your audience away they didn't find something necessarily they like better he just couldn't take you anymore and you have so leave yourself so badly that it's over because you can't silence thought you can't tell people over and over the sky is green when we all know the sky is blue we're not sure lock homes we do rely on investigations and investigative reporters but we don't trust you anymore the American people are smarter then you've given them credit for and if the media doesn't learn that the media's done done I mean close up the shop sell the lights sell the cameras nobody's buying nobody's watching close up shop the same thing can be said thank god for the progressive era and the the socialist democratic socialist era they are selling a load of goods that the world quite honestly doesn't want except third world countries and then once they get it they don't want it either world's about to change and it just might be for the better because of the arrogance of the left.
"fisa" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It first came out that the dossier was based excuse me the one got them the FISA warrant was the dossier but the dossier provided the vast amount of the so called evidence to get the secret warrant and now we know from Horowitz because that's what they were saying at the time and now we know from Horowitz that that was the only reason that they got the secret warrant there's got to be hell to pay for this yeah and once you Graham said I think the same thing out I'm paraphrasing here he said if this is the way it operates we need to get rid of the fights to quell this is in my the court has to go I think you were the first one I heard say that we actually in a pre show meeting it was earlier this week or last week and it's true if the process is so flawed if this is the low threshold that gets to the point of violating citizen's rights to to this point because if don't do this with a major campaign candidates and and and incoming president you have no chance it's a bad habit so there is no hope for you none you'll never have the resources to even get anyone to answer the phone for your complaint so it has to go it has to be done which is sad because the war on terror will likely perch be damaged as a result of that all right but you and I I I've I think I'm correct on this but you and I both believe the FISA court is an absolute necessity if used correctly if used correctly right but yeah it is this is just I mean it's so agree just an even I think who was it what's your name and MSNBC even set it on his very agree just here even Chuck Todd finally had to admit it look they got they got they got burned by themselves and everything they were the ones that say that the dossier was in a part of it and they're all trying to backtrack and they're trying to hang on to any thread possible well yeah it was horrible what the FBI did but the drop is promoting conspiracies because he's calling it a clue and they say that there was no politics involved no he said no politics at the beginning of the investigation or the beginning of which wanted to get the the the the FISA warrant based on the information that he had at that time he was asked directly though because they went into it what with the motivation be and he agreed it is somewhere between complete and total incompetence or politics or somewhere in between right he agreed to that yes but there's a possibility of all of that he didn't discounted and he didn't say anybody was vindicated he was asked specifically is anybody been vindicated by your report and he said nope not anyone who touched adviser right no one I mean in that's the bizarre behavior of James Comey by the way I have to believe because nobody's nobody is is stepping out to defend call me and his op ed piece the other day let me ask you this are they gonna of the Democrats not gonna leave him out to to to drive if you better separate yourself from a big politically and in all ways because it's about to come down I believe on him and others who were at the top at the FBI at.
"fisa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To go to the FISA court secret court you have to go there what happens there is secret in private nobody knows about it by law the FBI took the steel das it's all they ever had and they applied first boy warrant to spy on Carter page it was turned down the FISA court turned down the first effort the second application work and we know that the second application is when they use the steel dossier and that made all the difference according to the IG report FBI investigators considered seeking a FISA warrant against Carter page in August of twenty sixteen but they were rejected by the lawyers of the FBI that changed one month later September nineteenth two thousand sixteen when the six of Steeles dot CA memos arrived in the in boxes of the F. B. I.'s trump Russia investigative team the IG report says the F. B. I. immediately sought to obtain warrants this by on Carter page I either trump campaign after they received elements of the steel dossier those warrants were approved October twenty first two thousand sixteen bottom line if it had not been for the steel dossier we wouldn't have had any of the things that have transpired over the last three years the steel dot CA is all they ever had they knew it was bogus they knew that Hillary Clinton had paid for it and they did not tell the FISA court and this is in the IG report they know that it was bogus they know that it was all verified and uncorroborated they know that it was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton they knew the glans Sampson fusion GPS helped write yet still did not write the whole thing still does it is actually a collection of different memos assembled at different times into one gigantic dossier and everybody involved in it knew that nothing yet it was true including the golden showers story but they did not tell the FISA court this if the steel dossier had not found its way to the FBI then none of these last three years what happened that is all they had it was complete and utter fraud based entirely upon hearsay and gossip and jokes that were told and heard in bars and I am not this is all in the report fox it's hearsay and the jokes collated by a person who never fox deal with ever present them as fact that same person said that steel even lied about what he had passed on to where the dossier alleged that Carter page was part of the trump campaigns well developed conspiracy of coordination with the Kremlin and the B. and worked under the direction the trump campaign chairman Paul man a fort in truth the two never met mana Fortin change never met steel also alleged that was pages idea your release DNC emails for when he wakes that wasn't truly IG report exposes all of this the IG report also exposes that call me and make Kerry fought to include the steel dossier in the intelligence assessment on Russian interference that was presented to trump at trump tower on January sixth after a meeting with Obama in the oval office on January fifth I got to take a break hang out we're coming.
"fisa" Discussed on KTRH
"That was largely fans and hyped by in a responsible press and I think that there were gross abuses of FISA inexplicable behavior that is intolerable and the FBI and the Attorney General's primary responsibility is to protect against the abuse of the law enforcement intelligence apparatus and make sure it doesn't play an improper role in our political life that's my responsibility to carry it out and we have one more Pete Williams says do you have any sense of how long the dorm room is going to take and what will we see when during his finish I know there's a lot of impatience people want results immediately but those are people who don't understand our process we have to be careful about the way we collect evidence and we have to make sure that we have enough evidence to justify our actions and that we're not going to cut corners in that respect you know I there's some people think this thing is going to drop in a few weeks that's not the case I see this perhaps reaching an important watershed perhaps in the in the late spring early summer you hear what he said here we have to be careful about the way we collect evidence we have to make sure we have enough evidence to justify what we've done we're not going to cut corners he knows exactly what they have chewed off here he knows exactly this you'll mangas overwhelming fate they have decided to do they are taking on the most powerful people in the world not just in the United States they're taking on all the people who are trying to overturn the British vote on brexit they're taking on all of the people who want open borders in the United States and one on controlled illegal immigration they're taking on all the people who would be very happy if the United States got cut down to size and just became one of many members in a massive global arrangement they're taking on powerful people who literally have a desire to end the whole concept of nations and borders because they sake global dominance and leadership for themselves and to do that you have to take out you have to diminish the world's biggest superpower that is us and once you start down this road you know the old adage if you're going to take a shot at the king you better Kelly that's what's guiding these people so they're they're not going to be governed by emotion or satisfying emotional demands that are based on revenge and reciprocity in getting even because this is much much bigger than that got to take a break we'll continue your phone calls when we got back because our goal slash Limbaugh Houston sounds good okay Google play hard radio how much is your mortgage rate they a lot of homeowners have no idea and that can be a problem today's interest rates are the lowest they've been.