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"general william pibor" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

13:27 min | 1 year ago

"general william pibor" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"American outlets locally so sandwiched between say my show or the rush limbaugh show. You may have a small talk station that feeds a couple hours of Russian propaganda. That sounds like it's American radio. But as explicitly latently anti-american it is designed in. Its conversation to sow discord. This could never happen. If the American media was trusted by Americans could never happen if the American media actually filled the role that was supposed to fill but increasingly the American media trumpets guys like Mike. Eleven Eddie to go. After the president of the United States they serve as democratic propaganda. Will the Russians can come in with their propaganda network because the media itself has become a propaganda network for the Democrats. No one trust the media anymore. Progressives and conservatives alike have disdain for the media the very news networks that Bash Fox News constantly are the ones who kept putting Michael Avenue up as someone who could attack the president without giving anyone competing airtime. They've just lead Mike Levin any and as an aside. The stories were notorious in green rooms. That Michael Evans was a terrible person. Who treated the staff behind the scenes horribly? There were multiple news stories. That came out about avenue. Berating staffers at news networks for getting his lighting wrong getting his makeup wrong treating him badly not treating him good enough daring to make eye contact with him all sorts of horror stories about dealing with this guy and yet the the powers that be the Jeff Zucker at CNN constantly. Had this guy on where he was abusive to their staff but he could take all the president of the United States in an environment like that in an environment where the media is willing to attack the president for daring to write in his limousine around the Daytona five hundred race track. After years of giving presidents pass for doing similar things for allowing Barack Obama to US Air Force. One is appropriate Clinton campaign. All of these things the Russians can come in and stakeout turf as a propaganda network for the Russian supposedly delivering straight news. They can do it because the media has failed at their job. If the American media would actually stand up and be honest brokers and fair in the way they cover the news to both sides the Russians wouldn't have a shot at doing this but they got a shot at doing it because the media doesn't care about doing anything of the carried water for the Democrats. Well it was only a matter of time. I actually find it very very funny. The left is coming for South Park. Welcome back at his era curious and hear the phone number eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five By the way I did send out the baked potato soup recipe on Friday. If you didn't get it if you're not on the list if you text the word recipe to three seven seven seven you'll get a text message back asking for your email address and when you send your email address you'll be subscribed and get an email. Who has a link to the baked potato soup recipe if you want a text recipe two three three seven seven seven? It is a great recipe. But I gotTa tell you. It is a pound of Bacon and a pound of cheese. It is not healthy but it is glorious. It is glorious so The leftist coming for South Park. Let me read you this tweet. It all started with a woman named Dana Schwartz. Danish words is a blue check mark on twitter meaning. She someone of note. She's a writer of books. She lives in Hollywood. And she writes. In retrospect it seems impossible to overstate the cultural damage done by South Park. The show that portrayed earnestness as the only sin and told that mockery is the ultimate inoculation against all criticism. These are the people who love John. Stewart and the daily show. And the Colbert report. And now Stephen Colbert on the late show. These are the people who love left wing Comedians. Who Mock the right? South Park is a libertarian production. If you've never seen it and it mocks everybody but particularly mocks. The smugness of the left on everything from the environment to climate change. It has mocked the left now. Suddenly they're upset about a TV show that teaches that. Mockery is the ultimate inoculation against all criticism. That's exactly what the less been doing for years. They just hate that someone else. Does it better than them? Hello and welcome it. Is Eric Erickson here? The Erik Erikson show across the state of Georgia. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five glad to have you this morning with kinda seeing. I've got several people who still want to weigh in on the NASCAR stuff. People can call if they want to But you know it is just just going back to the NASCAR THING. Real quick the president and the media outraged by it. Seen several people have sent me pictures of the NASCAR racers and fans take a picture with the President. He Hung Out. The first lady hung out and all sorts of people highly. Complimentary of this is their base and the media outraged by it is so so silly. And let me tell you. There's one other thing at which the media outrage is it silly to me. It is genuinely silly. It is the outrage over William Bar. I want to go back to his interview. Last week. I WANNA play you a couple of snippets of William Bar. He had the interview on a ABC News. I realize we've already been through this. But there's a method to madness here bear with me here This is William Bar again. interviewed by ABC News. You'll hear the reporter and William Bar the US attorney for the District Columbia. Signed off on his name is on the recommendation that went in there. Yeah how did that happen? on Monday He came by To briefly chat with me and say that The team very much wanted to recommend the seven to nine year to judge and but he thought that there was a way of satisfying everybody and providing more flexibility And there was a brief discussion of that. I was under the impression That what was going to happen was very much if I had suggested which is deferring to the judge and then pointing at various factors and circumstances on Monday night When I first saw the news reports I said Gee. The News is spinning this. This is not what we were going to do. So you were surprised. I was very surprised and Once I confirm that that's actually what we filed. I said that night To my staff that we had to get ready because we had to do something. In the morning to amend that clarify what our position was. I had made a decision that I thought was fair and reasonable in this particular case and Once the tweet occurred the question as well Now what do I do and Do you go forward with what you think is the right decision or do you pull back. Because of the tweet and that just sort of illustrates had disrupted these tweets can be. So you're saying you have a problem with the tweets. Yes well I have. I have a problem With some of the some of the tweets. I'm happy to say that. In fact the president has never asked me to do anything in a criminal case however to have public statements and tweets made about the department about Are People in the department are men and women hear about cases pending in the department and about judges before whom we have cases Make it impossible for me to do my job to assure the courts and the prosecutors and the and the department That we're doing our work with integrity. The original reaction to embar statements to ABC News were somewhat positive by the press but as people settled in to think about it The reaction became as historical. Is that of Susan Hennessy. The the left wing commentator on CNN. Yeah I can't believe I'm about to be more cynical than Jeffrey toobin but I don't buy a second. Bill Bar is reportedly facing an internal revolt in the Justice Department. Four prosecutors withdrawing from the case. One resigning from the department entirely reportedly more resignations might be coming in the coming days. This is bill bar attempting to quell that revolt by making a big SPLASHY statement. And the reason I think we can set we can say the bill bar is not being genuine in the statement is because he is claiming that he was acting in good faith that in this one case in which the DOJ has a process for considering sentencing recommendations. That process isn't perfect but it is designed to be a political when that process produced a result that was unfavorable to one of the president's political cronies and only that case and in no other case. Bill Bar intervened now whether or not he saw the president's tweet or that was acting on the president's direct request or not that is political interference in the idea. That bill bar is expecting us to believe this is just a a. Bush spoke concern about criminal justice reform. One sort of crony at a time. It just defies you know. It defies logic. It defies belief and and. I really do believe that this is just about theater and attempting to hold the line with his own staff within the department that became the conventional wisdom for a lot of people and now comes this New York Times store which is where I wanna go but I needed to set the stage again. Here's the the title former Justice Department lawyers press for Bar to step down subtitle more than a thousand one hundred former prosecutors and officials who served in Republican and Democratic administrations signed an open letter condemning the president and the attorney general over the stone case more than one thousand one hundred former federal prosecutors in Justice Department officials called on attorney. General William PIBOR on Sunday. Step down after he intervened last week to lower the Justice Department. Sentencing recommendation for president. Trump's longtime friend Roger J Stone Junior. They also urged current government employees to report any signs of unethical behavior of the Justice Department to the agency's Inspector General into Congress. Each of US strongly condemns president trump's and attorney general bars interference in the fair administration of Justice. The former Justice Department lawyers Wrote who came from across the political spectrum. Those actions they said quote require Mr Bar to resign a sharp denunciation of Mr Bar underlying the extent of the fallout over the case of Mr Stone capita week that strained the attorney general's relationship with his rank and file and with the president himself. A Justice Department spokeswoman declined to comment after prosecutors on Monday recommended a sentence reduction of air ascents of nine years for Mr Stone who was convicted of obstructing Gresham inquiry. Mr Trump lashed out senior officials at the department including Mr Bar overrode the recommendation immediately prompting accusations of political interference and there we go now in May protect democracy. This is a group gathered signatures for letter that said the Muller report presented enough evidence to charge Mr trump trump with obstruction of justice at the close of his investigation the Special Prosecutor declined to indicate whether he actually did obstruct justice and that letter was also critical of Mr Bar and on and on it goes now e will not surprise you to learn that most of the people who signed this letter on the left Even those who worked in the Republican administrations the notice. It was somewhat curious that they didn't go into the depths of personality in these letters. Many of them are known. Eleven hundred of them. Here's one of the things that people don't know about Washington and the way the civil service works With the exception of major positions of power in an administration the lower level positions in an administration are allowed to convert into the civil service if the Department of which they are in has openings. And so what you have is a scenario where a lot of people from the Clinton administration given the way that the bush versus Gore election went they decided to convert into the civil service and essentially would hold Bush accountable and undermine him but then nine eleven happened and they really didn't have grounds to do that win. The Obama Administration left office. This is kind of like the the leaker. And then the whistle blower situation with the trump administration these people convert into the civil service in when they convert into the civil service they get job protections. They're still progressive activists. They were the progressive activists hired by the Obama Administration and now with the Civil Service and the civil service rules make it difficult for a president to clean up the civil service and get these people out of the civil service but they're they're trying to undermine the president of the United States and so you've got a bunch of people in the Justice Department who don't like the president of the United States who are progressives even if they served under George W Bush they are definitely to the left of Donald Trump and. Oh my goodness gracious. They have decided to sign this letter and and suddenly somehow or another. They're going to be thought of as serious. When you look at the names of these people. Yes there are a bunch of them.

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"general william pibor" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"general william pibor" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"The firing of workers who organize tonight's protests against the company and the elimination of weakly. All hands meetings as well as staff complaints about secret projects and the lack of diversity U s district Judge Dully has rejected a request by Uber and posts mates to block California's gig worker law which will make it harder to classify workers as independent independent contractors while the companies had proven they could suffer a degree of irreparable harm as a result of the legislation. The potential risks to them were less important than in the public interest in setting a living wage and regulating employment. Investors had been watching the California dispute closely as the rule would require a higher pay and other other benefits like medical insurance. The United States has charged four Chinese military officers with hacking major credit reporting agency. The equifax in two thousand seventeen and making up with sensitive personal data on about one hundred and forty five million Americans the. US government doesn't normally bring criminal charges ages against members of another country's military or intelligence services outside of the US according to US attorney. General William Pibor but there are exceptions in cases of Indiscriminate theft of vast amounts of sensitive personal data of civilians it will take several quarters to return Boeing's worldwide. Seven thirty you. Seven Max Fleet to the skies following grounding that has left about seven hundred planes on the tarmac. We are not going to over Stress System Randy Tin Seth Boeing's Vice President President for marketing said at the Singapore Airshow. The company said last week it had discovered another software problem on the plane but still aims to.

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Chinese Military Officers Charged With Atlanta-Based Equifax Hack

Wall Street Breakfast

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Chinese Military Officers Charged With Atlanta-Based Equifax Hack

"The United States has charged four Chinese military officers with hacking major credit reporting agency. The equifax in two thousand seventeen and making up with sensitive personal data on about one hundred and forty five million Americans the. US government doesn't normally bring criminal charges ages against members of another country's military or intelligence services outside of the US according to US attorney. General William Pibor but there are exceptions in cases of Indiscriminate theft of vast amounts of sensitive personal data of civilians

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"general william pibor" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:20 min | 2 years ago

"general william pibor" Discussed on KTRH

"To the New York slimes in the Washington compost, as you might expect neither newspaper cover the holocaust with any degree of particularity. So we're, of course, we're going to believe everything they say. And this is a report starting with the New York slimes by Mark mazzetti and Michael Schmidt. Michael schmidt. Is now I believe partnered with what is her name over there at MSN, she left her, husband, whatever. Oh, the swamp. So let's begin reading what's in the New York slimes. Robert muller. The third the special counsel wrote a letter in late March two attorney general William Pibor objecting to early description of the Russian vestiges conclusions that appeared to clear, President Trump possible, obstruction of Justice. According to the Justice department and three people would direct knowledge of the communication between the two men. The letter. Let's just stop here. That's an outrage in and of itself. Mr muller. Brought no obstruction charge against the president of the United States or anybody else. In his orbit. Didn't even try. Didn't even go to the attorney general, then the deputy attorney general acting attorney general rod Rosenstein and say, hey, look. I believe I should indict the president on obstruction charges, and we can do this and secret and seal it never happened. And so keep in mind what the media are doing here. They could care less about what I just said. And they're not even going to mention it. Next paragraph, New York slimes the letter adds to the growing evidence of a rift between them and another sign of the anger among the special counsels. Investigators about Mr. bars characterization of their findings which allowed Mr. Trump wrongly claim he'd been vindicated stop right there. These two clown reporters just gave it away. Anger among the special counsels? Investigators I didn't know that did you Mr. producer? We must have missed that we Sumed it. But now, it's confirmed. So this has been leaked out of the special counsel's office could be vice men could be anybody else Viessmann left. He was angry. It was unclear what specific objections Mr. Muller raised in his letter mR, Barr defended is descriptions of the investigation's conclusions and conversations with Mr. Muller of the days after he sent the letter according to to people with knowledge of their discussions, really. That would be the special counsel's office again, Mr. bar who was scheduled to testify Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary committee about the investigation has said publicly he disagrees with some of the legal reasoning. And the mullahs report senior democratic lawmakers invited Mr. Muller to testify in the coming weeks, but have been unable to secure a date for his testimony. Quote, the special counsel emphasized that nothing in the attorney journals March twenty four letter was inaccurate or misleading. A Justice department spokeswoman Kerry kopech said in response to requests for comment made on Tuesday afternoon. But he expressed frustration over the lack of context and the resulting media coverage regarding the special counsels obstruction analysis, why would the special counsel care about the media coverage? That's not his job either. A spokesman for the special counsel's office declined to comment, of course, because they're leaking. They knew your times news article goes on a central issue now, obviously, we're all stupid. So the New York Times is going to lay this out force a central issue in these simmering dispute as how the public understanding of the mullahs report has been shaped since the special counsel ended his investigation and delivered his four hundred forty eight page report on March twenty two to the attorney general his boss and longtime friend. The porch. Let the four page letter that bar sent to congress. Today's later gave little debate at the special counsel's findings and created the impression that Mr. Muller's team found no wrongdoing. Lying Mr. Trump declared Ben exonerated. What is the issue here? He put out a four-page letter. And I said this on my Faulk show what two weeks ago, he put out this four-page letter knowing full well that most of the report will be revealed, they think he's trying to hide something. But when Mr. mullah's report was released on April eighteen painted, a far more damning picture, the president and show the Mr. Muller believed that significant evidence existed, the Mr. Trump obstructed Justice. This is the outrage how can any citizen defend themselves under these circumstances luck? Wait think there was considerable evidence of structure, but we're not charging you say, you can't defend yourself. This is why they didn't seek the subpoena. Not only because they would have failed. Not only because they would have failed. But because they wanted to hand the Democrats and the media everything they wanted and the best way to do that was through volume two. Volume two. New York slimes continues over the past month other signs of friction between the attorney general the special counsel the marriage over issues like legal theories about constitutional protections afforded the president's to do their job and how Mr. Muller's team conducted the investigation, wait a minute. Mr. Muller serves at the behest of the attorney general. What do you mean there's disagreements among them? That's like saying there's a disagreement among the US attorney and the attorney I want the Dan courts, listen to this particularly the justices on the supreme court over and over. Again, I've said this Muller is not an inferior employees. He's not an informant vary employees, like a US attorney. He acts like a presidential appointee. Any is inform just that any never went through the confirmation process in the United States Senate. How can you read this and not come to that conclusion? In congressional testimony April before the report was released Mr. bar demurred when asked whether he believed that the investigation was a witch on Mr. Trump's preferred term it depends on where you're sitting Mr. bar replied, what does this have to do with a new story? Nothing. If you're somebody who's being falsely accused of something you attend of you the investigation as a witch hunt. He said an apparent reference to the President Mr bars testimony stood in contrast to comments he made his confirmation hearing. So now we're going after bar. Now, we have to destroy bar. Jozy that's what this is all about. That's why they're writing it this way. A rift between the meant by the way, not a single negative syllable about Muller nothing. There's Mr. Muller, Mr Smith goes to Washington noble, Mr. Muller with the noble staff of prosecutors never leaks above reproach. I mean, just outstandingly never seen anything like this, man. Ten feet tall. Oh, it's just unbelievable. Incredible. And then there's bar bar bar gave his testimony bar bar. So they put a white hat. A Muller in a black hat on bar. Telling you who's the angel who's the devil. Nestor Barnes, senior Justice department officials were frustrated with how Mr. Muller ended his investigated and drafted his report, according to the two people with knowledge of the discussions and another person briefed on the matter. They expressed irritation that fell short of a Simon by declining to make a decision about whether Mr. Trump broke the law that let bar to clear, Mr. Trump without the special counsels. Backing. Mr. Trump was cleared. There was no trial. Nothing happened. The senior department officials also found Mr. mullah's rationale for stopping show, a deciding whether Mr. Trump committed a crime to be confusing contradictory, and they concluded the Mr. mullah's report show that there was no case against Mr. Trump. Let me tell you what happened here. Mullis people are leaking. And of Justice department is leaking back. That's what's going on here. But Mr. Muller did lay out evidence against the president. If explaining he had declined to make prosecutorial judgment, citing factory Justice department view that sitting presidents cannot be indicted, Mr Schmidt, and the other schmo. Do you have any information, ping reporters, and all that Mr. Muller at anytime asked the attorney general if he could bring charges against the president of the United States. If not then shut your pyeho. If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of Justice. We would so State Mr Muller investigators wrote based on the facts, and the applicable legal standards. Have we are unable to reach that. That is an outrageously unethical statement just disgraceful. If you believe in true, Justice and due process. Mr. mullah's report. The attorney Joan senior law enforcement officials believed read like it had been written for consumption by congress and the public. Oh, yeah. Not like a confidential report Damister bars required under the regulations governing the special counsel as you pointed this out. Some of the special counsels? Investigators have told us OC it's that they were angry about Mr. bars initial characterization of their findings government officials and others have said and that their conclusions remorse troubling, Mr. Trump, Mr. bar indicated you say this is the problem with this reporting stuff. This is the problem with all of it. Because now you have stuff outside the courtroom. In politics handed over to the Democrats to hang their hats on what Mr. Mela did was diabolic on. I want you to listen to me a second to put things in perspective. Unfortunately, this is not going to satisfy a lot of you. One day know be decades from now, I don't even know money of us will be around. This is going to be looked upon as a disgraceful. Period in American history. The use of this prosecutor this way with the prosecutor did. The staff that he chose. This will all be part of the history books. How he wrote this report volume to why he wrote volume to the way he wrote volume two. The house of representatives these committee chairman they'll be called radical Democrats one hundred years from now. How they used their power. But the entity that's kinda come off the worst in history. We'll be the media. Our modern yellow journalism. And the people who write stories like this. Michael mazzetti, Michael Schmidt. The Washington Post pieces is relatively identical. The abandonment of objectively the abandonment any any care about the rule of law due process, and and all these things. I'll be right back..

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"general william pibor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"general william pibor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"York slimes in the Washington compost, as you might expect neither newspaper cover the holocaust with any degree of particularity. So we're, of course, we're going to believe everything they say. And this is a report starting with the New York slimes by Mark mazzetti and Michael Schmidt. Michael schmidt. Is now I believe partnered with what is her name over there at MSL esteem? She left her husband, whatever. Oh, the swamp. So let's begin reading what's in the New York slimes. Robert muller. The third the special counsel wrote a letter in late March two attorney general William Pibor objecting to his early description of the Russian vested Gatien's conclusions that appeared to clear, President Trump impossible, obstruction of Justice. According to the Justice department and three people would direct knowledge of the communication between the two men. The letter. Let's just stop here. That's an outrage in and of itself. Mr muller. Brought no obstruction charge against the president of the United States or anybody else. In his orbit. Didn't even try. Didn't even go to the attorney general than the deputy attorney general acting as attorney general rod Rosenstein and say look. I believe I should indict the president on obstruction charges of we can do this and secret and seal it never happened. And so keep in mind what the media are doing here. They could care less about what I just said. And they're not even going to mention it. Next paragraph, New York slimes the letter adds to the growing evidence of a rift between them and is another sign of the anger among the special counsels. Investigators about Mr. bars characterization of their findings which allowed Mr. Trump to wrongly claim he'd been vindicated stop right there. These two clown reporters just gave it away. Anger among the special counsels? Investigators I didn't know that did you Mr. producer? We must have missed that. We Sumed it the now it's confirmed. So this has been leaked out of the special counsel's office could be men could be anybody else Viessmann left. He was angry. It was unclear what specific objections Mr. Muller raised in his letter mR, Barr defended his descriptions of the investigation's conclusions and conversations with Mr. Muller of the days after he sent the letter, according to to people with knowledge of their discussions really that would be the special counsel's office again, Mr. bar who was scheduled to testify on Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary committee about the investigation has said publicly he disagrees with some of the legal reasoning in the mullahs report senior democratic lawmakers invited Mr. Muller to testify in the coming weeks, but have been unable to secure a date for his testimony. Quote, the special counsel emphasize that nothing in the attorney journalists March twenty four letter was inaccurate or misleading. A Justice department spokeswoman Kerry kopech said in response to requests for comment made on Tuesday afternoon. But he expressed frustration over the lack of context and the resulting media coverage regarding the special counsels obstruction analysis, why would the special counsel care about the media coverage? A spokesman for the special counsel's office declined to comment, of course, because they're leaking. They knew your times news article goes on a central issue now, obviously, we're all stupid. So the New York Times is going to lay this out force a central issue in the simmering dispute as how the public's understanding of the mullahs report has been shaped since the special counsel ended his investigation and delivered his four hundred forty eight page report on March twenty two to the attorney general his boss and longtime friend. The porch. Let the four page letter that bar sent to congress two days later gave little detail at the special counsel's findings and created the impression that Mr. Muller's team found no wrongdoing. Lying Mr. Trump declared been exonerated. What is the issue here? He put out a four page letter. And I said this on my talk show what two weeks ago, he put out this four page letter knowing full well that most of the report will be revealed, they think he's trying to hide something. But when Mr. mullah's report was released on April eighteen painted, a far more damning picture, the president and showed the Mr. Muller believed that significant evidence existed, the Mr. Trump obstructed Justice. This is the outrage have the hell at any citizen defend themselves. Enter these circumstances luck, wait. There was considerable evidence of structure, but we're not charging you say, you can't defend yourself. This is why they didn't seek the subpoena. Not only because they would have failed. Not only because they would have failed. But because they wanted to hand the Democrats and the media everything they wanted and the best way to do that was through volume two. Through volume two. New York slimes continues over the past month other signs of friction between the attorney general the special counsel the marriage over issues like legal theories about constitutional protections afforded a president's to do their job and how Mr. Muller's team conducted the investigation, wait a minute. Mr. Muller serves at the behest of the attorney general. What do you mean there's disagreements among them? That's like saying there's a disagreement among the US attorney and the attorney I want the Dan courts now, listen to this particularly the justices on the supreme court over and over. Again, I've said Mr. Muller is not an inferior employees. He's not an informant employ like a US attorney. Acts like a presidential appointee. Any is inform just that any never went through the confirmation process in the United States Senate. How can you read this and not come to that conclusion? In congressional testimony in April before the report was released Mr. bar demurred when asked whether he believed that the investigation was a witch on Mr. Trump's preferred tournament depends on where you're sitting Mr. bar replied, what does this have to do with the new story nothing? If you're somebody who's being falsely accused of something you attend to you the investigation as a witch hunt. He said in apparent reference to the President Mr bars testimony stood in contrast to comments he made during his confirmation hearing. So now we're going after bar. Now, we have to destroy bar you that's what this is all about. That's why the writing it this way. A rift between the meant by the way. Not a single negative syllable about Muller nothing. There's Mr. Muller, Mr Smith goes to Washington noble, Mr. Muller with the noble staff of prosecutors never leaks above reproach. I mean, just outstanding. We've never seen anything like this, man. Ten feet tall. Oh, just unbelievable. Incredible. And then there's bar bar bar gave this testimony bar that their bar. So they put a white hat. A Muller and a black hat on bar. You're telling you who's the angel who's the devil. Mr. Barnes, senior Justice department, officials were frustrated with how Mr. Muller ended his investigated and drafted his report, according to the two people with knowledge of the discussions and another person briefed on the matter. They expressed irritation that Muller fell short of his assignment by declining to make a decision about whether Mr. Trump broke the law that let bar to clear, Mr. Trump without the special counsels. Backing. Mr. Trump was cleared. There was no trial. Nothing happened. The senior department officials also found Mr. mullah's rationale for stopping showed a deciding whether Mr. Trump committed a crime to be confusing contradictory, and they concluded the Mr. mullah's report show that there was no case against Mr. Trump. Now, let me tell you what happened here. Mullis people are leaking. And other Justice department is leaking back. That's what's going on here. But Mr. Muller did lay out evidence against the president after explaining he had declined to make prosecutorial judgment, citing as a factory Justice department view that sitting presidents cannot be indicted, Mr Schmidt and the other schmo. Do you have any information being reporters and all that Mr. Mueller at anytime asked the attorney general if he could bring charges against the president of the United States. If not then shut your pie hole. If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of Justice. We would so State Mr Muller is investigators wrote based on the facts, and the applicable legal standards. Have we are unable to reach that Jesuit. That is an outrageously unethical statement just disgraceful. If you believe in true, Justice and due process. Mr. mullah's report, the attorney, general and other senior law enforcement officials believed read like it had been written for consumption by congress and the public. Oh, yeah. Not like a confidential report to Mr. bars required under the regulations governing the special counsel as you not pointed this out. Some of the special counsels? Investigators have told associates that they were angry about Mr. bars initial characterization of their findings government officials and others have said and that their conclusions were more troubling for Mr. Trump, Mr. bar indicated you say this this is the problem with this reporting stuff. This is the problem with all of it. Because now you have stuff outside the courtroom. In politics handed over to the Democrats to hang their hats on with Mr. Mullah did was diabolic on I want you to listen to me a second to put things in perspective. Unfortunately, this is not going to satisfy a lot of you. One day in OB decades from now, and I don't even know if money of us will be around. This is going to be looked upon as a disgraceful. Period in American history. The use of this prosecutor this way, but the prosecutor did the staff that he chose. This will all be part of the history books. How he wrote this report volume to why he wrote volume to the way he wrote volume two. The house of representatives these committee chairman they'll be called radical Democrats one hundred years from now. How they Beuys their power. But the entity that's going to come off the worst in history will be the media. Our modern yellow journalism. And the people who write stories like this. Michael mazzetti, Michael Schmidt. The Washington Post pieces is relatively identical. The abandonment of objectively the abandonment of any any care about the rule of law due process, and and all these things. I'll be right back..

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