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"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

02:45 min | 5 hrs ago

"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"I am now convinced beyond a doubt that unless some great and capital change suddenly takes place. This army must inevitably be reduced to one or other of these three things starve, dissolve or disperse in order to obtain subsistence in the manner they can. Rest assured sir. This is not an exaggerated picture and that I have abundant reason to support what I say. The former continental quartermaster General Mifflin resigned in September. He had been responsible for obtaining food for the continental army. But Congress then appointed him to the board of war along with General Gates as I discussed last week. For several months the army had no quartermaster. No one wanted this thankless job. Over the winter the board of war under Horatio Gates and former quartermaster Mifflin convince Congress to put the responsibility under the board's control and take it away from the military. This was part of the larger effort to grant the board all Strategic Authority, and to let Gates Order Washington around. Rather than develop his own strategy Washington would simply implement gates. In the face of this threat Washington, Forrest General Nathaniel Greene to take the job as quartermaster general. Over Greenspan really strong objections. Quartermaster. Was A thankless job. There was never enough food nor money to buy food. Even if the quartermaster somehow did get the food, it was not going to result in praise or promotion the way winning a battle would but green had a good reputation in Congress. And his appointment helped Washington to defeat Gates's plan to take more control of the army. Washington also ordered that Pickett's guard the roads into Philadelphia. Any civilians trying to take food to sell to the British would have it confiscated and seized by the army. Lawrence suggested to Washington that he go beyond that and begin commandeering food from local farmers forcing them to take the worthless paper continental dollars in exchange Washington largely resisted this idea knowing that it would just turn the locals against the army. Of course, the continental army was not the only army looking for. Parisian's to get them through the winter. The same week that the continentals marched into valley forge general how deployed eight, thousand British and Hessian soldiers across a pontoon bridge erected across the.

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"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:04 min | Last week

"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"He knew that any couple of power-play opposing the Inspector General or the board of war or any of their plans with just play into the hands of his enemies and convince people that he was a danger to civilian rule instead Washington just through the whole thing back at Congress. He despatched the correspondence that had gone between himself and General Conway as well as correspondence with General Gates dead. Out the revelation of Conway's comments to him and sending this information to Congress. He said the following quote if General Conway means by cool receptions that I did not receive him in the language of a warm and cordial friend. I readily confessed the charge. My feelings will not permit me to make professions of friendship to a man ID My Enemy at the same time truth authorizes me to say that he was received and treated with proper respect to his official character and that he has no cause to justify the assertion that he could not expect any support for fulfilling the duties of his appointment. So Washington found that while he had his critics in Congress, he also had supporters and one of those key supporters was the new president of Congress Henry Lawrence. Communications with his son John Laurens who was serving as Washington's aide-de-camp held president Lawrence to appreciate everything Washington was doing and thought he was going through following Washington's letters came on Memorial sent by 9:00 Continental brigadiers who objected to General Conway being promoted over them just as Washington predicted in addition a group of Colonels protested Wilkinson's brevet to Brigadier over more senior kernels with more command experience saying the strong objections from the military leadership and also after reviewing the correspondence that made Gates Conway and Wilkinson all look, like fools any support for replacing General Washington office quickly evaporated Gates and Conway both testified before Congress, but gave a poor performance the Marquis De Lafayette took it upon himself to speak on behalf of birth. France before Congress. He said that the French viewed Washington and the revolution as one in the same. They could not conceive of another General taking command numerous other Continental officers also sent letters to Congress confirming that Washington had their full faith and support as commander-in-chief with Washington's role as Commander. Now firmly re-established everyone tried to make nice again.

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"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:38 min | Last week

"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"The original letter has been lost. So we'll never know exactly what it said Henry Laurens who did read the original letter before it was lost said in a letter to a friend that Will consent did not get the quote verbatim. But that found ways original letter was quote ten times worse in every way the matter might have ended there but when General Gates received word that Washington had received information from his private correspondence, he wrote an angry letter to Washington in December saying that it was outrageous that someone had been going through his private correspondence. And demanded that Washington find out who had committed this invasion of privacy Advocates did not name names in his letter, but it became clear later that he's aspect of the culprit was Alexander Hamilton recall last week. I talked about how Hamilton had ridden up to Gates as headquarters in New York in November to facilitate Gates moving. Some wage is Army South to assist Washington gate suspected that Hamilton had rifled through his papers while in Albany and reported this information back to Washington Hamilton was in his sickbed in Peekskill when this whole matter erupted as it turned out Hamilton had absolutely nothing to do with it word had gotten to Washington from other officers who had heard this quote at a dinner with Gates his personal aide Colonel James, Wilkinson. It seems that when Wilkinson was taken his good old time travelling from Albany to York, Pennsylvania to bring were to Congress of the victory at Saratoga. He had let slip this gossip Wilkinson had dined with several officers including General Lord Stirling and his Aid major James Monroe after a few drinks. He had quoted a few Choice excerpts from the letter which Gates had read aloud to his aides when Washington filled in Gates about the real source of the information Gates need to put aside his efforts to shift the conversation from who leaked letter to instead dealing with the substance of the correspondence again, though, that could have been the end of the matter. It was odd. First time Washington had heard about subordinates who had wrote letters that were critical of his leadership or that he knew other generals who had some interest in thinking they could wage A better job as Commander in Chief. The problem was that there were many powerful leaders in Congress who did not want this incident to go.

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"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"At the time. He wrote it General Washington still hoped to prevent the British army from entering Philadelphia and was begging for more supplies. Lancaster was about sixty miles from Philadelphia. Probably at least two days March for the British army. However, the delegates decided it was not quite far enough off after tending to a little more business in that one day session Congress adjourned it ended the session in Lancaster with a resolution to meet three days later in the town of York, Pennsylvania. The new location will be twenty miles further from Philadelphia. It would also be across the Susquehanna River placing another natural barrier between Congress and the British Army in Philadelphia. Another reason for the move. Was that the Pennsylvania legislature was also meeting in Lancaster. The combination of the two legislative bodies was probably more than the small town could handle thus Lancaster had its one day as the nation's capital. York would become the seat of Congress for nine months on the first day in New York president Hancock received more correspondence from General gates with further updates. He fought them to General Washington since Gates was not keeping the commander up-to-date directly Hancock added his own note saying that he hoped to receive word from Washington soon that he had totally reduced General Howe's Army Washington, of course made that attempt on October 4th when he attacked at Germantown see episode 163 despite his failure at Germantown Congress nevertheless congratulated Washington on the attempt and ordered a metal struck in his honor. Despite the congratulations delegates were not optimistic John Adams wrote in his diary indicating his desire for a new military leader who could lie down Erica to Victory quote Heaven grant us one Great Soul one leading mind would extricate the best cause from the ruined that seems to await it off we have as good at cause as ever was fought for one active masterly capacity would bring order out of this confusion and save our country home around the same time Samuel Adams made a speech to the delegates where he said our Affairs are said to be desperate but we are not without hope and not without Courage the eyes of the people of this country are upon us here and the tone of their feeling is regulated by hours. If we as delegates in Congress give up in Despair and grow desperate public confidence will be destroyed and American Liberty will be no more having he's just been chased out of Philadelphia. The delegates really seem to be feeling on the ropes and desperate at the end might be near Samuel Adams ended his speech by seeking Hope from God to save the cause quote there have been great times since the opening of this war when we were reduced almost to distress but the great arm of a manip attendance office has raised us up..

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"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"At the time. He wrote it General Washington still hoped to prevent the British army from entering Philadelphia and was begging for more supplies. Lancaster was about sixty miles from Philadelphia. Probably at least two days March for the British army. However, the delegates decided it was not quite far enough off after tending to a little more business in that one day session Congress adjourned it ended the session in Lancaster with a resolution to meet three days later in the town of York, Pennsylvania. The new location will be twenty miles further from Philadelphia. It would also be across the Susquehanna River placing another natural barrier between Congress and the British Army in Philadelphia. Another reason for the move. Was that the Pennsylvania legislature was also meeting in Lancaster. The combination of the two legislative bodies was probably more than the small town could handle thus Lancaster had its one day as the nation's capital. York would become the seat of Congress for nine months on the first day in New York president Hancock received more correspondence from General gates with further updates. He fought them to General Washington since Gates was not keeping the commander up-to-date directly Hancock added his own note saying that he hoped to receive word from Washington soon that he had totally reduced General Howe's Army Washington, of course made that attempt on October 4th when he attacked at Germantown see episode 163 despite his failure at Germantown Congress nevertheless congratulated Washington on the attempt and ordered a metal struck in his honor. Despite the congratulations delegates were not optimistic John Adams wrote in his diary indicating his desire for a new military leader who could lie down Erica to Victory quote Heaven grant us one Great Soul one leading mind would extricate the best cause from the ruined that seems to await it off we have as good at cause as ever was fought for one active masterly capacity would bring order out of this confusion and save our country home around the same time Samuel Adams made a speech to the delegates where he said our Affairs are said to be desperate but we are not without hope and not without Courage the eyes of the people this country are upon us here and the tone of their feeling is regulated by hours. If we as delegates in Congress give up in Despair and grow desperate public confidence will be destroyed and American Liberty will be no more having he's just been chased out of Philadelphia. The delegates really seem to be feeling on the ropes and desperate at the end might be near Samuel Adams ended his speech by seeking Hope from God to save the cause quote there have been great times since the opening of this war when we were reduced almost to distress but the great arm of a manip attendance office has raised us up..

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"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

04:12 min | Last month

"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"He. Along with general, ridicule and General Phillips and a few others rode out to meet with General Gates. For going gates had known each other since they were both lieutenants in the same British regiment thirty years earlier. cates greeted his own comrades saying it's good to see you. Her going responded that it actually wasn't so good to see him and offered his sword in surrender. Gates took the sword, but then returned it and invited the enemy officers to a banquet. As part of the Convention General Gates had promised that the British and Brunswick Armies would be marched to Boston and then sent back to England. That however was not in the cards. Et First General, Glover marched the Convention army, as it came to be called to Cambridge just outside of Boston. It remained there for nearly a year. During. That time about thirteen hundred prisoners escaped and most of them established new lives in America. The. Continental Congress and General Washington did not like the terms of the convention and found excuses not to fulfill its terms. Congress instructed general. Burgoyne to provide them with a list of all officers in order to ensure that none of them ever returned to North America. When we're going did not provide that list congress used it as an excuse to hold the army. Later Congress, voted to hold the army until King George the third directly ratified the Convention which was unlikely since that would recognize the independent authority of the Continental Congress. After. A year in Cambridge that continentals marched the prisoners to Charlottesville Virginia which gave another six hundred or so prisoners the opportunity to escape and also begin new lives in. America. The remainder of the convention army stayed there until seventeen eighty when the war moved to Virginia and the prisoners were taken to a more secure location in Frederick Maryland. As was typical captured officers were given parole and could live in whatever accommodations they liked. Soldiers were kept in miserable, poorly constructed barracks and held there until the end of the war in seventeen eighty three. Those who had not escaped by then or died finally returned to England. Almost immediately, after the surrender for going began writing a series of letters back to London flaming his loss on the strict instructions he had been given and the lack of support from the main army in New York. City. At first, he became a guest of General Philip. Schuyler. Who had returned to the army for the surrender even though he no longer held a command position. Schuyler might have been able to offer going accommodations in his luxurious upstate mansion. But for the fact that Burgoyne had ordered, it burned to the ground a few weeks earlier. Instead the Schuyler took their new guests and took up accommodations in another country manor. As. A prisoner regain actually apologize for burning scholars home but Schuyler dismissed it as fortunes of war. burgoyne would then travel to Cambridge, and after a few months received parole to return to England and began his political battles over the blame for the loss. Schuyler also took in the Baroness von Ra- diesel, and her two daughters. General rebel approved of this knowing that a gentleman would take proper care of his family. Both would leave after a few days and traveled to Cambridge to be with the army. The baroness spent the rest of the war with her husband as a prisoner on parole with the Convention Army. General Burgoyne Returned Home General William Phillips became the ranking officer in the Convention Army. He remained with the army along with the ridicules and became a popular guest in Virginia at elite social. Circles..

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"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

04:03 min | Last month

"general gates" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"General. Gates already felt assured of final victory the day before he had written a letter to Congress informing them of his great victory. He did not bother to write to general Washington his immediate superior. With this victory combined with Washington's loss, of Philadelphia. Gates seem once again focused on his dream of replacing General Washington as commander of the Continental Army. On October Fourteenth Major. Robert. Kingston carried rejoins terms to General Gates. Kingston informed that are going was willing to fight another battle. But he was also willing to agree to a ceasefire to discuss terms. Gates was having none of it. He knew burgoyne situation was desperate. He announced his terms to the major, which essentially amounted to unconditional surrender. The. Army would ground their arms and surrender as prisoners. When Kingston Return for going convened another council at which everyone agreed that the terms were ridiculous and that they would rather fight to the death that accept them. After they calmed down, we're going sent another counterproposal. The British would march out of camp, ground their arms and marched to Boston. They would be permitted to retain their baggage. An officers would retain their swords. From there, they would be allowed to embark for. On the condition that no officer or soldier would again return to fight in North America, the remainder of the war. Burgoyne may of like these terms but this was certainly a bad deal for the. Americans. The British army had lots of soldiers all over the world. For going with simply suggesting that his army would be deployed elsewhere in the world thus freeing up soldiers there to return to America and continue the fight. Amazingly. Though general gates accepted the proposal. Only with the stipulation that it be completed by two PM that day. Out Gates US quick acceptance of these terms made burgoyne suspicious. Why did gates go from demanding unconditional surrender to agree to all of per going terms as long as it got done quickly. For going suspected that Gates had received word of a Clinton relief force and that he wanted to finalize the surrender before that relief force arrived..

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3 scenarios for coronavirus pandemic future

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:14 min | 5 months ago

3 scenarios for coronavirus pandemic future

"With us as always ABC's chief medical correspondent. Dr Jen Ashton Jen. Good to lay is physically name in your company so with so many states in various stages of reopening. What do we know well? First of all we have to take a little bit step back and look at the history here when the task force recommended their guidelines for reopening. These are what we're used. As the general gating criteria against suggestions that states or or city sea a downward trajectory of documented cases within a day period or a downward trajectory of positive as a percentage of total tests. We don't usually hear that break down. The percentage of total test being done over a two week period. And I think it's really important to remember here just because we were in lockdown for one to two months the virus did not disappear nor will it. So it's a matter of learning how to safely live with it and you've been researching the various scenarios. What could have? And what are the possibilities? Well according to some top infectious disease specialists and epidemiologists who are looking at various models. There are three basic scenarios that they're looking at as possibilities over the next couple of months and years one is something called a small recurring outbreaks. Scenario where you see kind of like little peaks of this virus recur the other one which is obviously the most dreaded is a second monster wave or a second wave which we don't know whether that would be in the fall or winter or the third adjust persistent crisis now again all of these scenarios are just theoretical at this point but again we have to prepare in theory for any of them. There are so many things that I would classify as we still don't know what we don't know what would you say specifically are the unknowns when it comes to reopen well. I think that is so important as we face. This crisis Lindsay is identifying and remembering what we don't know because there's still a lot to learn. I think when you look at this. One has a crystal ball hair so we don't know what the season effect will be. We don't know what the summer will do to this virus or the rates of spread. We don't know how testing will inform response whether that's a combination of rapid diagnostic test for acute disease or antibody testing. And we don't know how contact tracing will be able to play a role in controlling this virus so a lot still. We need to learn a lot. We don't know

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"general gates" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Page for the summary director comey also had conversations with deputy attorney general gates about insisting that a special counsel we import appointed the closer they got to the election but his statement yates was really to pressure the doj doj to induce the department to move more quickly to obtain the mills and samuel listen culling laptops and to complete the investigation i see decisions with respect to directly commes statements on july second october twentieth all driven by politics and so we just had a conversation about whether what's going to control the timelines of investigations again i i i see politics driven throughout this do you not if i could address the preface your question sessions and rain i have an understanding that we're going to have a candidate relationship we recognize some of the things went wrong may have involved personal interactions between leaders of the department that's not going to happen on our watch with regard to the inspector general's report i wasn't there the inspector guaranteed a very thorough investigation i would have to respect his conclusions little bit about the special counsel how is the power of the special counsel limited special counsel has the same powers as us attorney correct within the scope of his responsibility yes a us attorney can be discharged will by the president a senate confirmed attorney cam we also have some nonsense confirmed you turns but there's but the regulation that appoints special counsel does not provide for such correct greg has to be subordinate official so unlike a us attorney can be fired by the attorney general which are us attorney we technically require the president's there's a question about subordinate and i just wanted to ask you that there's some of the legal community have made an argument that mr mueller's appointment violates the appointments clause of the constitution essentially pointing out that he is operating as a principal officer instead of an inferior officer which does require presidential nomination senate confirmation your where these arguments and do you have an opinion on them yes i'm aware of the arguments i believe the wrong law professors are free to make whatever oregon say like defendants can make whatever arguments they like in heaven adjudicated i'm fairly confident that the argument is wrong this is a c span radio programming from thursday doubled ucsb from washington question about the frustration that we've had with respect to documents and actions i think i've heard you say today that you want to help us with what you call the congressional oversight that you would provide information that we need to fill fill fill our duties who is the arbiter of what is legitimate and what you think we need as opposed to us making that decision i didn't intend to use legitimate in that context all what you're doing is legitimate the question would be whether or not a particular document was withheld for a proper reason in my understanding congressman i know you aren't personally involved in these discussions mr lau she is my understanding is that we actually have a fair amount of agreement with regard to understand where this is all coming from because we see things that are redacted that you have acted things that are redacted to protect somebody at the fbi whether its relationship with strachan and the judge or with respect to the credibility of a witness in the flynn investigation there redacted they shouldn't have been in that it just adds to our documents are withheld and then you go out and say something about extortion extortion documents or other threats that have been a crime i think the word was extortion isn't there an element of of money or property value in that and it adds to the environment that has not been helpful as we look for the information as we conduct our our legitimate site i appreciate that when i think what i said was something to the effect that the department will not be extorted wasn't allegation of crime so well again you have to you have to.

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"general gates" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

AM 1260 The Answer

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

"Now susan rice did something on inauguration day two thousand seventeen she wrote a memo to herself about a meeting that had occurred in the oval office on january the fifth two thousand seventeen with president obama vice president biden fbi director comey deputy attorney general gates and herself susan writes that memo is a classic cover your fanny mendel where she is she repeats statements by president obama that everything they did was done quote by the book this is a memo that will live in infamy because by doing this memo she created perhaps the single most valuable piece of evidence against the former president of the united states and others that made him aware that the spine that is now being revealed he knew about and did not stop i cannot imagine ever having why anybody would write that mental i it just i go back and think about it and i say thank god season rice is that stupid because what she did on that day was to confirm everything we we once suspected and now know is true if there was a brazen plot to exonerate hillary clinton from her email server scandal so that she could win and if she lost the election they were going to frame donald trump and try to impeach him there is no more insidious plot in the history of the united states other than the plot to assassinate abraham lincoln i i was thinking yesterday as i was going through my notes in anticipation of an interview and i came across this note about the reis memorandum to the file it is going to become the equivalent of the typewriter of alger his this is amazing when you think about what is in that memo it absolutely establishes beyond any doubt that president obama was aware of all of the counter intelligence and the legal activities were underway joe what you're saying is that it wasn't just that he learned about them on the fifth of january it was that he would this document indicates that he had been party to these actions and the decisions that led to them a long before.

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"general gates" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Next lead sally yates to determine and it would be very simple call me here's our report yates here is the deputy attorney general gates and here is my recommendation saying that her and then she can go out and decide to prosecute or not the part that i read about komi in the hillary investigation from the time report did not mention the actual investigation and the problems with the actual investigation which is something that i think horowitz will in all likelihood bring up because remember the investigation start you know what part of the investigation is looking into is the hillary investigation specifically and not just where he might have violated protocol as it seems the time is focusing on and that's the thing something which which is a a surface thing but it's it certainly a good question because i would say this did he violate protocol was he given direction by sally gates to do some or again was it the rogue move where that would be a violation which isn't a big i'm not going to say it's not a big deal it's not the biggest deal there it's the tone or the the pro protocol and procedure of of of the process of the investigation itself did they follow that that protocol closely was it rigged that investigation that it was never going to be there were there was never a chance at all that they were going to go after hilary on that they were going to pursue charges and that's what i'd like to see forget about the the dressing on it because we can look at why komi was driven to do what he actually did in announcing when he shouldn't have done that well but but what i want to find out is the actual investigation process of horowitz looking at that and as we have said obviously knowing what the criminal activity was nobody debates it nobody debates that hillary clinton had a server in her own home and that in itself was breaking the law i would say this that if he indeed if we were to learn that he indeed was given direction by the deputy ag sally gates that that that is critical to it because it pretty much seals the deal on that whole thing being rigged if he went out on his own and it was is what you're saying is because because.

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"general gates" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Next lead sally yates to determine and it would be very simple call me here's our report ms here is the deputy attorney general gates and here is my recommendation saying that her and then she can go out and decide to prosecute or not the part that i read about komi in the hillary investigation from the time report did not mention the actual investigation ryan the problems with the actual investigation which is something that i think horowitz will in all likelihood bring up because remember the investigation start you know what part of the investigation but hordes is looking into is the hillary investigation specifically and not just where he might have violated protocol as it seems the time is focusing on something which which is a a surface thing but it certainly is a good question because i would say this did he violate protocol was he giving direction by sally gates to do something or again was it the road move where that would be a violation which isn't a big i'm not gonna say it's not a big deal it's not the biggest deal there it's the tone or the the pro protocol and procedure of of of the process of the investigation itself did they follow that that protocol closely was it rigged that investigation that it was never going to be there were there was never a chance at all that they were going to go after hilary on that they were going to pursue charges and that's what i'd like to see forget about the the dressing on it because we can look as palmi was driven to do what he actually did in announcing when he shouldn't have done that well but but what i want to find out his the actual investigation process of horowitz looking at that and as we have said obviously knowing what the criminal activity was nobody debates it nobody debates that hillary clinton had a server in her own home and that in itself was breaking the law i would say this that if he indeed if we were to learn that he indeed was given direction by the deputy ag sally gates said that that is critical to it because it pretty much seals the deal on that whole thing being rigged if he went out on his own and it was is what you're saying is because because he.

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"general gates" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The fbi's crisis of credibility appears to have seeped into the jury room the number of convictions and fbi let investigations has declined in each of the last five years dropping nearly eleven percent over that period according to a time analysis of data obtained from the justice department by researchers at syracuse university we've already seen where the bad guys and witnesses look at those fbi credentials and it might not carry the same weight anymore indeed public support of the fbi has plunged a pbs news hour survey in april showed a ten point drop from seventy one percent to sixty one percent in the prior two months among americans who thought the fbi which is trying to do its job and an eight point jump from twenty three to thirty one percent among those who thought that it was biased against the trump administration goes on to talk about the fbi and the field offices and the good work that they actually do do as we've all often said what seems to really stink as normally starts to stink in in any bureaucracy and it's the leadership i am i'm not feeling that from you and then since then of course what we have learned about common you know this is interesting coming from time but of course keep in mind that the liberals are not happy with with james comey because they believe that you know he caused at least a few of them one name hillary believed that it was it was he that that caused her to he influenced the election not the russians and cost her loose and so that's what they're pointing to is that the g reports saying all right he violated protocol but here's our question i'd like to see from the report who gave him to do that or was that a rogue move you know we talked about sally eighths then why wouldn't why if the ag had recused herself that's fine the deputy ag at the time would be the next lead sally gates to determine and it would be very simple call me here's our report ms here is the deputy attorney general gates and here is my recommendation saying that her and then she can go out and decide to prosecute or not.

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"general gates" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Time would be the next lead sally gates to determine and it would be very simple call me here's our report ms yates here is the deputy attorney general gates and here is my recommendation saying that her and then she can go out and decide to prosecute or not the part that i read about komi in the hillary investigation from the time report did not mention the actual investigation ryan the problems with the actual investigation yeah which is something that i think horowitz will in all likelihood bring up because remember the investigation start you know what part of the investigation and horses looking into is the hillary investigation specifically and not just where he might have violated protocol as seems the time is focusing on abc's that's the thing is something which which is a surface thing but it's it certainly is a good question because i would say this did he violate protocol or was he giving direction by sally gates to do something or again was it the road move where that would be a violation which isn't a big i'm not going to say it's not a big deal it's not the biggest deal there it's the tone or the the pro protocol and procedure of of of the process of the investigation itself did they follow that that protocol closely was it rigged that investigation that it was never going to be there were there was never a chance at all that they were going to go after hilary on that they were going to pursue charges and that's what i'd like to see forget about the the dressing on it because you know we can look it's as why call me was driven to do what he actually did in announcing it when he shouldn't have done that well but but what i want to find out the actual investigation process of horowitz looking at that and as we have said obviously knowing what the criminal activity was nobody debates it nobody debates that hillary clinton had a server in her own home and that in itself was breaking the law i would say this that if he indeed if we learned that he indeed was given direction by the deputy ag sally gates that that is critical to it because it pretty much seals the deal on that whole thing being rigged if he went out on his own and it was is what you're saying is it because because he.

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"general gates" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on WTVN

"About those contacts steals numerous accounted for the media violated the cardinal rule of source hedwig bay teddy confidentiality at demonstrated that steel had become a less than reliable source for the fbi before and after the arab after steel with terminated as a source he maintained contact with the doj via that associate deputy attorney general bruce wore a senior doj official who worked closely with deputy attorney general gates and later rosenstein shortly after the election of the fbi began interviewed or documenting his communication with steel for example in september 26 team steel admitted to or his feelings against then candidate trump with deal said he was desperate that donald trump not get elected and was passionate about him not being president this clear evidence of steals bias was recorded by or at the time and subsequently official fbi files but not reflected at any the page fis applications there's not much left alcatel we come back plus i interview with uh with will hurt this is exhibit airy this is horrific and this this should scare you tear to your core what eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joe pag dot com your thoughts others saw of this they'll release bevo at what it means give it here this is the weekend with joe pounds wii y y y winging one large freedom i do allow money well how do you like freedom and money near on a love freedom chicks you see over the next few months an estimated thirty four point six billion dollars is up for grabs the anyone mistakes they're klein yep you heard that right thirty four point six billion dollars to get all the details just go to www big freedom checks dot com thousands of people are already lined up to cash in take known for example he's a forty six year old from joplin missouri who sit the get a check for twenty four thousand seventy five dollars and if dirt can do this i've got a hunch that you can too but here's the thing you want the chance to grab your full fair share this thirty four point six billion dollar payout you must have your ducks in a row.

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"general gates" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on KOIL

"I mean the deeper you go down this rabbit hole his name's bruce or by the way senior doj official who worked closely with the deputy attorney general gates excuse me if i miss book doj official who works with the deputy attorney general ed and then you've got this guy steel mike steel michael steele who was basically the one that was going to be a part of this entire thing he was he was basically the one that was driving this entire boss and he was quoted in this memo as saying he was desperate that donald trump knock it elected and was passionate about him not being president this is absolutely i mean i think what's frustrating me the most i mean we've all been we've all heard all this i mean anyone that's listening to news talk twelve ninety right now twelve o'clock noon on us on us saturday i'm sure you know all about this you know all about this metal you know everything that's gone on your smart audience so i'm not going to waste more time and trying to develop bat that memo but we have the memo can you imagine if hillary clinton were president not doll you would have never known of others you will gotten this line unit this is the line you would have gotten from the clinton presidential administration now now for the better security of the united states and the integrity of the intelligence committee agencies where you are deciding not to release this memo beblo bad met blair that's what you would hurt that's what you would have got you would have never known this isn't it amazing these democrats what they have become where they have were their party they are apps the of the democrat party has been destroyed imb's they are in a bad place right now you saw it endemic in the state of the.

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"general gates" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Ten president trump is supporting right to try legislation i love the idea but there's a lot of people don't know how terminallyill patients can try experimental drugs that's monday morning 870 six here on six thirty k how and and and and and and the mainland sovereign such an facade financing listen there has never missed an uh through the no three satisfies both good and cloves closer to the gaza the and the the nam nam nam nam nam nam the demand coming in no within months if good evening john argument there is luke no again the hard rock cafe people who believe them one every day i shall to promote cellular exist most trying to think up w terni general sally yates back to the memo than them will give some fun stuff with christian in a minute the foreign after steel christopher steal the former mi six agent was terminated he maintain contact with the department of justice through deputy attorney general bruce or a senior doj official who worked closely with deputy attorneys general gates and later rod rosenstein shortly after the election the fbi began interviewing or documenting his communication with steel for example the committee writes in september two thousand sixteen steel admitted to or his feelings against then candidate trump when steele said he was desperate that donald trump not get elected him was passionate about him not being president that in itself should be clear evidence of bias of this witness n for any lawyer to then take that kind of biased documentation and give it to a judge and not disclosed that bias to the judge i think is a violation not only.

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"general gates" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"general gates" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Was known to doj officials and it was known to members of the fbi but steals the political associations in the political origins meaning how it originated from the clinton campaign was omitted from the fis application i think the fis application needs to be made public now at this point don't you all agree i think the fis application needs to be made public at this point it also gets into how before and after steel was terminated as a source this is from them than memo he maintained contact with the doj via than a associate deputy attorney general bruce hour now remember this is why holed up this is why braham make an here this is why this is important because bruce hour is is his wife works with glen simpson glenn simpson hired his wife nelly oor this was hit this would i mean pull this piece up for you so nelly hour was the cofounder blend simpson a fusion gps acknowledged in court documents that he hired the wife of senior justice department official to help investigate then candidate donald trump last year the confirmation from glenn simpson came in a sign declaration filed in a us district court in it provided a full picture of the nature of nelly hours work now by the way her husband was demoted specifically because he was concerned he was hiding his meetings with fusion gps bruce oh or was demoted because he was high he because of he was hiding his his his meetings with fusion gps this was done in november he was he was he was demoted in november of 2017 because he was hiding the fact that he was meeting with the fusion gps and all of this i mean this is a racist crazy so looking with us so before and after suv was terminated as a source he made him contact with doj via than associate deputy attorney general bruce hour a senior doj official who work closely with deputy attorneys general gates and who later rosenstein shortly after the election the fbi began interviewing or document into his communications with steel for example until september 2016 steel admitted to over that his feelings against than candidate trump when steele said he was quote desperate that donald trump not it elected and passionate about him not being president and that was steal steals biased was recorded by over at.

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