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"komi andy" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

13:28 min | 1 year ago

"komi andy" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Talking tonight about a president who appears to be weaponized and the Justice Department and the fear. He'll use the power to investigate prosecute and punish for his own aims and obsessions namely to do with impeachment. And the Russian investigation before the break you heard from the former deputy director of the FBI has already experienced the brunt of it for two years perspective now from two others former FBI general counsel James Baker impre- both CNN legal analysts preet served as US attorney for the Southern District of New York before president. Trump fired him so jim just look at everything. That's happened this week. The Roger Stone Case Attorney General Bars interviewed the Flynn case getting reexamined. Do you think that the Justice Department is being weaponized? Boy It seems as though it's that's certainly what is going on and that's what I'm afraid of whether it's working or not is another matter. I mean you. You saw for example. The resignations this week I think that was a a an effort by line people to say no. We're we're not GonNa let this happen. That that whatever's going on at the top whatever the president is saying. We're not going to allow that that that to happen. And we're going to put our foot down. Now they're gone and so other prosecutors. Come in and those folks have to have the same level of integrity That that the other the people who've left had but look I. I'm quite worried about what's going on it. It is a very bad week for the Department of Justice. I think From what I'm hearing there number of people who are dismayed. The morale is suffering as a result of this and so it. It's something that all Americans should be concerned about. Pre You tweeted. I think bill bars shrewd delivered smart calculating careful in full of it. I mean he's doing exactly what president trump wants. Does anyone actually think that that? He isn't kowtowing to the president here. I mean some people are suggesting that maybe he's not he's finally You know seeing that. There's a straw. There's broken the camel's back in my mind. You have a track record. That's gone on for a year or more bill bar basically acquiescing. Whenever the president wants the way he treated the Miller report the where he delayed the Mullahs Report The way he is given special treatment to Roger Stone whatever you think of a sense of seven to nine years that involvement at the level of the Attorney General. I've never seen before in any case. And when you do it when it's a person who's a crony of the President. It looks terrible And I think that what maybe is going on is. He's realized that it's it's such a boiling point within the department with morale's so low and waning and you had as JIM mentioned four career. Prosecutors withdraw from a case when resigned from the department altogether. He's got to do something about his internal leadership responsibility as well and so at a minimum. He thought he had to say those things that he said on television new. I'd love it to be You know turn on a turning point an inflection point where he and others do things more than just talk about how they want to do their job but speak up to the president and resist the president's commands whether they come directly or on twitter by the way this whole the business of President Communicating through twitter and bill bar announcing his reservations on an interview with. Abc News is bizarre to me. I think they have each other's phone numbers I think they know where the office of the other are. They should have a conversation about this. And then it built bar wants to say I told the president to uphold the traditions of the of the department rather than pursue your vendettas than that would be a welcome thing to hear right I. It seems odd. This is the way they would go about such a discussion to just have it in the public. Does sort of you know it raises the question of is this essentially just some sort of setup by attorney general to give himself cover two of you know mollify some people in the Department of Justice who who may be feeling that what's going on is inappropriate. Bars never stood up to the president's assault on the rule of law so for him to be standing up suddenly for the independence. The Justice Department. Does it seem disease calculator to you? Does it seem do you or do you by what he saying? Well look I mean. He did make forceful statements and he in what he said was was good and appropriate and I think he deserves credit for that. Now the reality though is from what the reporting is is that he pre coordinated this. I guess I'll use the neutral word With the White House to some degree and perhaps with the president directly and so because the words that he said yesterday in that interview really sounded like the words. If somebody who was prepared to resign at that moment or if the if the president you know didn't back down so at the same time and he also had to say those words in order to keep folks from Really rebelling within within the Department and so I think he's a he's in a tough place now he has to try to if he wants to keep his job he's got to keep the the troops happy to a certain degree and keep his boss happy and that is not very easy in this environment. Look the fact that they're communicating through this way as pretty was talking about doesn't shock me because you know the people that I've talked to like Jim Komi Andy McCabe and others who've tried to have a conversation with the president. It's extremely difficult. Because he basically talks all the time and doesn't really listen and so that it has devolved into this type of interchange Doesn't shock me. Free the reporting of the Washington Post. That is the impeachment trial is winding down federal prosecutors with the southern district of New York took new steps in the probe related to Giuliani. What do you make of that? How do you? How do you read that? So if it's true it's within the you know the convention of that office. Which is it doesn't matter who you are. How much money you have. How much power you have or if you even ran that office once upon a time if there's a basis to investigate they will and they'll go with the facts and the league. What I think is incredible about that. Development is at the same time you're hearing that the southern district may have an investigation criminal investigation into the personal lord of the President Rudy Giuliani. You have on the other hand built Barr and others suggesting that Rudy. Giuliani has some special place and role and backchannel to provide information but he is gathering in Ukraine and other places with respect to the president's other political foes. That's not a role that anyone gets if you're a private citizen and it shouldn't be the role that you get if you are otherwise under Criminal Investigation. The whole thing is is extraordinaire. I'm running out of words to use. But it's highly highly ordinary if I can use that phrase It's kind of unbelievable Jamaica reaper are. These are fascinating times. Appreciate you coming on. Thank you thank you. Thanks stay with US A lot. More news straight ahead. A federal jury in New York City is handed down. Its verdict in the attempted. Extortion charges against Michael Nadi Stormy Daniels. Former attorney their decision when sixty continues a federal judge in New York City today found attorney. Michael Abernathy guilty of trying to extort. The company Nike millions of dollars. The case is just one of several avenues facing. He's also been accused of stealing money from the adult film. Actress Stormy Daniels. Whomever naughty represented in her lawsuits against President. Trump has polo. Sandoval has more interesting. Good evening. I think they were really two themes that prosecutors really tried to hammer home in their prosecution of this case betrayal. The other one extortion. Now when it comes to that according to prosecutors Saudi essentially Called Mikey resell to Nike and demanded that they pay him millions of dollars or he would publicly accuse the sports a pro maker of conduct specifically That they were illegally paying amateur basketball players and then the other side of the argument here Anderson was that betrayal factor. Here that betrayed his client by advocating for money for himself versus actual client ultimately end the day today conviction secured their four of. Nadi as he was found guilty on all three counts including wire fraud and attempted extortion. What was avenues reaction to the verdict was read? It was interesting before they actually read out that verdict Anderson. He actually did the sign of the Cross before they declared him guilty on all counts and then he turned to his lawyers thanked him hugged one of them and then let out by us. Marshals and the sentencing is set for June. I'm assuming they were going to try to appeal. What potential sentencing is. Yeah ooh could look at potentially over forty years here but you're absolutely correct here. His attorneys will certainly pushed to appeal. This case. However you also have to take into account that he has these two other pending cases Two more trials one in New York for allegedly stealing proceeds from stormy Daniels this book and the other for fraud in California we should mention. He has pleaded not guilty on those charges. So yes there is a sentencing in this separate. Your case it's scheduled for this summer but isn't attorneys. Made very clear today Anderson that will likely be rescheduled for later Polo. Sandoval Polo thanks. It's difficult to imagine more dramatic fall in this with you now legal analyst. Jeffrey toobin an old fashioned shakedown does what they call you know. Today I was thinking of is. I'm sure many people remember he was on. Cnn A log time. And I did stories. Not just the stormy Daniels interview. The he was he was he was part of. I did Previous stories with him on sixty minutes on other cases and I got to know him. And I remember once at the peak of all this. We went to lunch and midtown when our offices were in midtown and we walked back together tour to CNN and it was like walking with a major major celebrity. People came up to him. It's like you know go for it. Go get trump. You know he had this Hashtag `Basta people remember that and at the peak of this. He even announced he was considering running for president and he went to Iowa. He went to New Hampshire and it to call it. Hubris is not even a doesn't do it justice. I mean the craziness of this and when you look at this case and the three cases he's forty eight years old. He could be looking at decades in prison really. Also there's this case which Post said the forty years as possible. I think that's unlikely. But but the the way the sentencing guidelines work is that it's based on the amount of money at issue in the case and he's accused of trying to extort fifteen million dollars so if they use that fifteen million dollars as the number in the sentencing guidelines he could be looking at a decade in prison and the California case is worse. Cases is one of the California kids to the stormy Daniels because the story Daniels is here in New York and it involves him taking approximately three hundred thousand dollars of a book advance that she was supposed to get that instead. He just pocketed. It's on his own money. The California case is much worse. Because I will. It's millions of dollars. And also he was the lawyer in cases where there were awards to his clients and again. He pocketed the money. People in need people who had problems. That's why they got this award in the first place also stealing money from his law partners again millions of dollars an issue and all these sentences are based on the amount of loss. So I mean. These are big numbers of nineties. As Attorney said that they are planning to file a motion to change his conditions of confinement. Because they are inhumane. I he's in the MCC which is where they hold people in federal court before trial. I it's an it's a lousy place to be. It's worse than being in prison because it's a much more confined condition. He had his bail revoked. So He's been locked up during this trial he's obviously now that he's convicted. He certainly had Israel revoked because he was accused of trying to hide money crying. Trying to hide more money involving a divorce that he's going through. I mean the total collapse of his life is really sort of extraordinary. And frankly you know I feel kind of snookered because I took him seriously. I think we all I mean he was. I mean prior. Dan says he had won a large judgment in a an a class action lawsuit. I think it was in California. Yes and I'd actually done a sixty minutes report about the case that he that he had interviewed people. I mean he. He won a large jury. Verdict that then got reduced later all right and he did and he did represent stormy. Daniels and I think. In retrospect her legal strategy was kind of insane. I mean the the fact that she was suing to be cleared a nondisclosure agreement that they weren't enforcing it all I mean he just he wanted to gin up a fight with the president but he lost every case that he brought on stormies behalf and now he's accused of stealing money from her as well. But you know there was a real pathology it worked with the accusations are would show it extraordinarily pattern of abuse and it's all involving stealing money. It's all involving taking money. That was destined for clients that was destined for law partners. You know he had these. This really extravagant lifestyle. He drove Ferraris racism and he had like a Ferrari in private planes. And I think it's clear it's clear at this point afforded it by taking. It wasn't entitled to appreciate a well known former television. correspondent and anchor is break precedent to endorse presidential candidate. Michael Bloomberg we'll tell you who and he will tell you why coming up ever been locked down..

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"komi andy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:33 min | 1 year ago

"komi andy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Now. I I don't know how to have x Ray vision. I can't see through black ink. There is a significant amount of redacted material and here, obviously attorney general bar as political operatives. Do put a spin on this that was favorable to the president. And that was the take all day. I mean, I'm like you. I know what I think I leave to experts like you helping with legal stuff, but I like to see what other points of view are they are destroying Bill bar. They're beating him up big time because he went. Out there nine thirty eight Bogor don't ever destroy. You know, this is the same crowd that took chaos to peddle the the GPS. I mean, those talk about corruption in the press the saga ball corruption in the media talk about press, people that are putting this nonsense out attacking Bill bar talking Bill bar because guess what's common of the creek is coming and and and as the great Justice talked about is greatest disinfectant, we're gonna put some sunshine right on not only you heard the attorney general talk about those legal leaks. Let me tell you the media went crazy why because they're all the other end of the legal leaks. Dave violated the law. They're the ones that took baseball tickets from the FBI in order to print the narratives at the FBI was putting on this president town. We're a long way from turning this upside down, but they know that Bill bars got the guts to do it. And he is good. I do it. There's no question about mind. He's going to do it. So the print gonna find out what the truth is why these interest attacks is the same identity politics. Democrats employees all the time to straw, the best ensure that spring and the truth, and that's what's going on here. Bill bar. They're not gonna destroy Bill bars. Fine. People know when they've got a solid attorney general more compliments and have them in the last two weeks and any attorney general says why bouquets e and Griffin bell. So. Men. Great lawyers, great detectors department, so talking to John Dowd ritual Turney for the president, and friend. So Jon a couple of things the presence indicating that Domigan evidently, according to this. If I'm to read this, and you did as I did most of it Dom again was told to fire more he's conflicted and Dom against it on doled, Bryce, I I'm quitting clean up my office. The president's putting some doubt that that even happened. Would you hear did you hear anything about this? I never I never got a mix, and I never I never known never ever discuss it with me. I can tell you Brian every time I went to see Bob malter, Kim quarrels my grief to president beforehand. And he always asked me, particularly when I saw more which was about once a loss. Conveyed that he respected what he was doing. What he was doing. And he had his full cooperation. Okay. You you would go ahead. Why would you? Why would you wanna fire guy? Do this all over get when you've just done it? So just as attorney general. That's the opposite of a corrupted Ted, you know center, but baller. Understood because I talked to him about the president teeing off publicly and politically I mean, he had to deal with the politically. And that's what he did by calling. It a host. And it wasn't a hoax was nothing there. He do nothing there. That's why he gave a full party to give them everything. Can you imagine anybody in this town has Jerry Nadler, if you'll give up his his notes with his council, he wouldn't do it and cancelled? He's the only guy in the history of the presidency. This giving them all why? Because he wasn't afraid of it. He was transparent, and they got it all, and you know, that basam sore they cannot stay 'cause they don't act they lie, and she and steal all the time. The media never crest deepen called out. This is a great, boomer. You read Kim strassel today. We now know without all the truth about the political council of the people in his office, by the way, I gotta tell you. So I took over. Representing the president. You know, he expressed himself about any sort of publicly interested these people trust mall or smaller conflict. And I said, let's rise above it. Let's get the job dog. You know, we doing I think he told me to save thing. But you know, his instincts, absolutely, right. Yeah. He was absolutely right. Guys will crooked and they were after him. And this report is a disgrace. David took swipes Radi. J myself one a shot. Call me and stuff on twin is absolutely false. What do you mean? What do you mean? Stepson would commit a crime. We will we help Clinton's lawyers because they couldn't find their way around. They couldn't get documents. We got everything for them. And we we would called. I was told they will going into to convince the special counsel. It was no case there. Well, they said they said the president told thirty eight John they told they they in the report says Flynn was told by the president to go get the thirty thousand missing Hillary emails. By gotta ask you this in your in a column you code into today, you said that Muller was influenced too much by Komi Andy MacKay, in what way? He relied rita's report. He relied on them. Brian Marc Kasowitz Polian. I and early in June of two thousand seventeen wrote a letter Muller. To inquire into the perjury by Komi and his sorta bizarre irregular conduct. We aligned it at a letter and about a month later. I was with Bob I think it was maybe rely on early August. I should you know, you look at Komi. And he said, no, I'm not I said, why not he said, well, you know, the the idea is this is a witness, and he's committed perjury before the congress we want you to investigate it does just the opposite. If you read the report, he accepts everything that call me McCabe said we all know that they liar. We all corrupted the depositi disagree with each other. They disagree with each other. Exactly and Bob Mullah, which is another instinct, you know, the president of jetted Tavola, by the way, what's not in a report is hot baller. Get a point and Rosenstein got to answer for that subject because he didn't tell anywhere. You know? He he didn't give anybody heads up, and and and what's his name. Jody haunt kiva staff to sessions with back and said, what are you doing and Rosen said they're gonna fire me and said what you did was unprofessional. And despicable was imagine not telling the president that you're going to appoint a special counsel that's questionable the behavior here. His how did that happen? Did you talk to call me? Komi arrange your special counsel. By the way, the FBI was doing investigation. They didn't require special counsel for that time. I mean, the miss you hear the older internal corruption in the department of Justice is beyond anything. I've ever seen have Brian believe me. Seven eight years of the department. I doubt who the deputies office attorney general's office on several occasions on major cases, I know how it works up there. I got to say, it doesn't work this way and more did have conflicts. And he didn't recognize he, you know, he didn't he didn't deal with them. Do you think? Is we've got a long way to go out of hell this thing started and it's going to stick. Why? Cow. What is he going to look like Lord Lauren when lower coast when Muller goes to Capitol Hill, which is going to be asked to go number one. Do you think he will go a number two? How do you think that will go? Kinda what he can't go. Without permission attorney general or the journal. I wouldn't let them go. I didn't know he can't go without mine. Our him. I wouldn't justify he said. Yes, you don't personal capacity. He said he'd yesterday he'd he'd go in his personal capacity. Bar bar would would approve it looks like bar would approve it. Do you think that that's something that would would interest both sides? Oh, I don't know to me. It's gonna be the same the same hash that we have right now. So it's going to be no surprises, but baller. I'd get myself. A good lawyer before I go up there. I mean, he's in the same league with he's he's now in the same league with call me, but Rosenstein, McCabe an arrest of though that crowd or a whole crowd of the need a real hard. Look that includes by more. Now, we see it. I mean, this is just another attempt to take this president and bar was asked. Yeah. John Dowd bar was asked about it. Real quick. I want you to hear it. Ask for profit himself to testify. For me, the Justice department employees as this will you make him testified publicly conference. Catching personally testify. Interest in the absence of special counsel of his team was invited to join the gym twice this his report, obviously of your. Did for me as attorney general? He is required under the regulation to to provide me with a confidential report, I'm here to discuss my response to that report and my decision. So that's that's where we're at right now. So I guess we'll be watching that. No rehash, but it's hard to imagine a four hundred plus pages. ES something else dad that he was framed to put in John doubt. Final thought. Thought is I think I think that that end of things over and it doesn't matter what. Bob baller say on the hill. But I think we look forward to getting to the bottom of this whole piece of corruption. That's the stone such great damage to the country. John doubt. Thanks so much. Always appreciate your candidness. We'll look forward to talking to you again. Probably see you Monday. Brian a really great great. Thanks, John data. Appreciate it. This is Brian Kilmeade show back in a moment. Your with frying Kilmeade. This story is called the ugly. Truth about timeshare if he thank you've done your family favor by buying a timeshare you name my health. Hello. I'm Chuck McDowell CEO and founder of Wesley financial group ten years ago. I started helping folks cancel their timeshare contracts. And in the process started what's now called the Tom shirt cancellation industry. Tom the only thing that you can buy that. You can't tell me how much it's going to cost or when it's going to end when you buy a timeshare you.

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"komi andy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"komi andy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Just as we're going into the break fan reference. Parts of the attorney general this works. I spy did occur on the Trump campaign. And he said that. Under oath at Senate testimony today, this is different from the testimony yesterday for the house this before the Senate, and then he was asked by democrat Senator from Hawaii issue, you want to say, spike because that sitter knew exactly what would happen. If you say spy exactly what's happening right now. Wait, people going to talk about this. If you say this attorney, Joe sure, you don't want to walk this back a little because, you know, this talk radio shows cable news gotta light up because the United States there was spying on a campaign, which by the way, everyone is already dollars occurred. There was surveillance because there was unmasking. There was Carter page. We all do their spy is just what you don't like to take this exchange. Do you want to refrain is what you're doing because I think the word spying could cause everybody in the cable news ecosystem to freak out. And I think it's necessary for you to be precise with your language here. You normally are want to give you a chance to be. Especially precise here. I'm not sure of all the. Connotations of that were that you're referring to unauthorized surveillance. I wanna make sure there was no unauthorized surveillance. Okay. Thank you is that is that more appropriate in your mind. That is by its surveillance covert surveillance. I mean, I it's just it's the term. This is again Democrats are scared that someone serious like attorney general bar had the position before any is the one looking at. He's not a former Senator is not a former politician, he's at an acting attorney journal headed job before. And he doesn't get flustered by Patrick lay. He's questioning or some junior senators. You know, we we now have an. I mean, this with all due respect to the prior incumbent in the office. But we now have a real attorney general who knows and is not afraid to confront the senators and when shots from Hawaii said that he said, no, I'm at what I said, you wanna call it unauthorized surveillance. That's fine. And then in response to Shaheen said it spy, however, you look at it. It's covert illegal snooping on domestically motivated FBI using misusing FIS accord surveillance on the presidential campaign of Donald Trump and subsequently in an attempt to undermine his administration. And I believe that Bill bar is the one to do this, and it should be done internally Justice. It doesn't need to be farmed out. We've had enough farming out. We can be done by the people in Justice department. And I think it's going to be done. And I think we are going to get to the bottom of it through this attorney, general, let's go the phones if you talk. Us on the air one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten to talk to us on jaysekulow. That's one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten year questions your comments as well. How big of a deal? This is that the attorney confirm this that he believes there was spying and at this will be investigated by the department of Justice. This is the commes McCague's strokes Lisa page, all those individuals the unmasking that was done by Susan Rice and Samantha Powers' by Obama administration officials as well. Let's go to the phones carried Arizona online. One. Welcome to Jay segula live. Yes. Thank you. You're on the air out. Okay. You know, I have to say one last week led perfectly into this week talking about the legal immigration, and what the Democrats angle is. They're trying to increase the voting electorate, and I need to call him my cell Americans to be aware of that. Because we need to protect our voting their Kim electorate and should be legal citizens. What we're getting right now a very good. You know, perspective we're going to need to go into the twenty twenty election with their eyes wide open. This is what an unchecked democrat presidency. Presidential ministration looks like they they're questioned are giving us clues to what their goal is there. So incident, celebrating democratically elected president not being found guilty. And instead of being very concerned at the civil rights citizens were used in size court. Their goal is to road. Confidence of the people of their democratically elected president. They've continue to do that. I think that they're so concerned that they have no shot in twenty twenty as well that in such disarray as a party, they this is a party that could not hold vote on a budget in the house of representatives because of the left in the modern stand. I mean that just happened that doesn't get as much tension as it would if it was Republicans because of Republicans they'd be talking all about dissension, the rake. So you've got these the freedom caucus won't agree with the in the the the leadership in that just happened to nets strong tough. She's such a good at what she doesn't ANSI closely could have vote on a budget because of her her own party. We're going to dean budgets for the next couple of years because you can't get one through the even just the house of Representative. You're not to mention negotiating with the president or a Republican Senate of look, I think that politically that the caller has it. Exactly, right. They feel better off just opposing the president rather than putting their own policy ideas forward because those policy. It is are not popular with the American people of Jordan. I do want to circle back with the attorney general said because I think it is even more significant that it comes from a man who is generally, so tempered, I think he did it intentionally so and then he told the Senator he said call it whatever you want. But the bottom line is this we do not want American citizen spied on without a very good reason. And by the way, political animus Distin for someone who's running for president, Jordan. That is not a good reason. And I'm going to get to the bottom of it. I think that's why he used a word that direct. And I also believe that he is talking specifically about the individuals we've been talking about and he made that clear he's not talking about some random people. This kind of like how you Bob administration say it wasn't a real IRS officials in DC was the low level of fficials. And again, he got that kind of pushback get that the FBI. Maybe there was just it wasn't all done. Right. It was done appropriate. And he put that to rest. That this was a group of leaders in Washington, take listen, the attorney general by twenty I also want to make clear there's not launching an investigation of the FBI. I frankly. To the extent there were there were any issues at the FBI. I do not view it as a problem that's endemic to the FBI. I think there was probably a failure. Among the group of leaders. They are at the upper echelon he's making that statement to either leave. There was probably a failure of group of leaders there at the upper echelon, Jim Komi, Andy MacKay, Peter Strock. These are the top three of the top four. Jim J Baker which came out today in his testimony. He gave how concerned he was when he just read a couple of the text messages between Peter Struck at Lisa page, these if you're those individuals today, you've already lost your jobs, your you been questioned by both sides, the chip, and and you haven't really had these comebacks he thought you were going to have I would be pretty concerned today. If you're Peter Struck or Andy MacKay that this is serious. I think that is correct. And I agree with the Indies earlier comment. The Democrats and their animus against this president are now being hoisted on their own petard, Jordan, keep in mind that the Democrats have focused their attention on a largely fictional foreign collusion effort. Now, we know that there is no evidence of collusion. And that's after an exhaustive investigation. Now, clear evidence is emerging that there was collusion domestically including the leadership potentially of the FBI and the DOJ. All right, folks. We've got a second half hour coming up. You don't wanna miss that? We're taking your phone calls one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten want your comments on this. How important is it to you to have the attorney general making statement like this? I think especially of all this mother of or an in the Democrats chopping at the bit hoping they can find something within there that the attorney general didn't find special counsel didn't find but that they can seize on for political purposes that aren't actually legal. Purposes, and they got this today. One eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten spying, and it was done by you'll Bob administration there, and it's going to be investigated. At the American Center for law..

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"komi andy" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"komi andy" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"A double down on is that Jim Jim Komi has testified. Upwards of two hundred and forty five times in front of congress and multiple times has insinuated intimated or directly said things that are not true. One of them, which he said under which he said in congress, he said and congress which is going to be devastating to him. Is that they closed the Hilary Clinton Email investigation after they interviewed her his own notes now dictate the opposite. This is in the HP's Victor Davis Hanson, which is worth your time. Jim Komi isn't a world of trouble, ladies and gentlemen, now in the Victor Davis Hanson piece because I've covered this extensively. Sweet. I'm not going to go through each one of them. But he goes through how every one of the people involved in this are in a world of trouble. Jim Clapper, Susan Rice. Samantha power John Brennan, Jim Komi, Andy McCabe. They're all in a world of trouble. They have either said things that have been proven categorically false. They have signed off on on masking which their name where names are attached to which now they're claiming they didn't sign off on. They are all in a world of trouble. I've covered that ad nauseam. The point. I wanna make your before I move onto my next story here. Is there should be no quarter? Ladies and gentlemen. There is a brewing movement in the Republican party amongst the let's call them the moderate class. I'm being generous by that description, by the way to just let this go and focus on the economy for reelection. No. That is a bad idea. That is a horrible idea. There will be no quarter. There will be no mercy. The judicial system will be used legally. Unlike the Democrats, I'm not advocating extraju judicial or extra legislative or or extra constitutional powers to anyone. But if you lied to an FBI agent that is fair game. If you lied under oath that is fair game. If you leak classified information that is fair game. There will be no mercy. If any of you after listening in congress your staffers that listen, I one of the advantages of this show. I think in contrast other shows I've run before have run for office. We didn't win, but we were out there. Running a couple of states. I have a pretty good flavor for what the political environment is. And I'm still an activist at heart. I still keep contact with many people in the activist community. I go out and actually talk to people in the real world, and candidly, I'm not famous enough that I live in a bubble. Which is great. I've got enough notoriety that we make a nice living. And I love my show and our influence, but I'm not Sean Hannity. I can actually go out in public and talk to people, you know, without getting mobbed by twenty million people at a time. I see what people are talking about. Folks. They are furious about this furious. It is issue. Number one amongst the conservative base that is going to go out and volunteer at vote for you in the twenty twenty election. You must you absolutely must the Trump administration members of congress and the department of Justice perch pursue Justice to the end, nobody will be given any mercy on this. There will be no let's move along. There will be no pardoning of Nixon, none of it. Everyone who is involved in. This must go down legally the right way. But there will be you, listen, I'm just gonna warm one last time. And I'm going to move on. I'm telling you, I have my finger on the pulse of this. Like, no other issue Paul, and I put our personally mail out there info at Bongino dot com, because we like reading your emails because one we like feedback on the show it makes it better. But to we know exactly what you're thinking how because you tell us every day in hundreds of emails we read. People will be furious. People will die. People. Do you have that guy play birdie? Will die. People will be very well die. But they will be furious. If you do not pursue this. If Komi lied. He's going down if McCabe lied if Rosenstein light all of them, they will suffer the same legal legal fate that you imposed immorally and unethically upon Mike Flynn and others..

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"komi andy" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"komi andy" Discussed on WRVA

"The people and put folks in the grand jury if you lie towards FBI agent, and a lot of people don't know this. But title, eighteen United States code section one thousand and one is a up to a five year hit it is a felony. It is a crime. And it's the same thing with obstruction of Justice. If somebody's trying to impede investigation, it could be as much as there's a traffic Fender bender outside, and I'm a police officer. And I tried to go over and investigated and a couple of citizens and try to stop me from getting over to see who hit who that's obstruction of Justice. Obstruction of governmental administration, the same thing with threatening witnesses or is some of the left of suggested dangling pardon saying, you know, well, you know, there's a partner available. So that's what a process crime is doesn't mean that it's any less crime. But some of argued that if there's no underlying scheme people should not be hit over the head with a cuddle for process crimes on a scheme that was non existent. How bad at the end of the day. Do Jim Komi Andy mccade, look as a result of all of this. Well, I, you know, I take no enjoyment in criticizing the two of them. Because first of all as we talked about before any McCabe circum team. I lead back in the early two thousands foot, by any way, shape or form. He was he was good operator in an agent. It pains me to see what's happened with the line three times under oath and some of the dubious decisions that he made in regards to the Russian collusion investigation as well as the two thousand sixteen Hillary Clinton Email, look, Jeff, I mean. You perfectly perfectly put what kind of exposure they face will McCabe. He's not out of the woods yet on the criminal referral to the department of Justice over the perjury charges. The fact that he lied under oath to the DOJ's inspector general during an investigation of the league to the Wall Street Journal, so he's out of the woods yet. And then also the inspector general has one more big report to drop in Jeff it could happen any day or cap and six months now, I don't have any inside information. But inspector General Michael Horowitz was charged with investigating the decisions made to open up the counterintelligence investigation that ultimately turned into the Russian collusion. Trump Russia investigation. I think folks that you named combing and McCabe and Peter Struck and Lisa page, Bruce or at the department of Justice and some other folks, I think they are going to I don't know if they'll stay remote exposure, I think that would be a complete leap and speculation. But I do believe that there might be some sanction or censure. From the inspector general. I do think that's coming. When those spies applications that were based on a shoddily put together completely politically influenced DASA was used as the predicates instruments to open up a Pfizer. I think that is where you're going to see the most criticism censure and sanction come from the inspector general's report. That's when it comes down you, and I will be talking about it. When it happened could happen any time. All right, listen, I I could go on and on. And we haven't even gotten to what is it? The Braves you follow the Red Sox and gronk and the rest of it. But listen, Jimmy. I can't tell you how much we always appreciate you making time for us. And we'll look forward to talking again soon, my friend. Any time brother enjoyed it. Thank you. That is a Jimmy Galliano retired supervisory special agent for the FBI truly the best of the best. And just a you understand how well regarded you are Jimmy Galliano throughout the last week. And especially since Friday as the mullahs report dropped has received probably one hundred different phone calls from people wanting his insight CNN, saying we need you at this time, we need you at this time, we need you at this time, and he carved out time for you. And for me. He's a good guy. We're happy to have him on the team Jeff Katz? Newsradio WFAN the river city diner. You know? They are a classic diner to be sure which means breakfast, burgers, shakes and fries, the best breakfast.

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"komi andy" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I never listened to. So he gets excited when I follow the old radio rules. But he's right. I'm I'm just I was a former cop an agent, I never really did radio. But he's right. This is why he's valued at the show. And unbelievable. Thank you. Yes. You got it, buddy. All right. So getting back to before I get to this this other guy. I just want to let me get him. I let me get to this player 'cause I talked about price step. Why believe price steps name has been left that I think he's cooperate. There's another guy in this. There's an agent by the name of Joe peon, Joe peon Keijo. Remember, the names right said at the other is yes, he's a key player in all of this. And a guy named Brian Keiichi rights for the epic has a piece up in there. I will include it in the show notes. Where is Joe Piazza? Where's waldo? Beyond because a key player in all of this. What are the major moments three major moments in this investigation where Joe PR is a key operator. Number one. Joe PR is in the room at the White House show when Mike Flynn national security advisor for President Trump is being interviewed about his conversation with Russian ambassador Kislyak where in three oh to it's indicated he was not lying and not being deceptive where is peon cut. If he wasn't being deceptive the other agent, of course, was hacked, Peter stroke who couldn't stand Trump's people and couldn't probably couldn't stand Flynn either. Peter str- keeps stroking whereas Bianca Joe, don't you think would have some valuable input as to why they believed Mike Flynn wasn't being deceptive. But was later charged essentially with the -ception lying to the FBI. There's something wrong there. Where is Joe peon? I'll answer for him. Second. We now find out that after Christopher Steele. Despite all of his actions to push this information through the State Department, fusion, GPS the media, Bruce or Christopher Steele. The British spy hard by Hillary to gin up this fake dossier that even after steal Joe was fired by the FBI for unauthorized contacts with the media fired and deemed, and I'm quoting the FBI here not myself deemed not suitable for use as an informant. We now find out that Steele was brought back in the mix and attempts to reconnect were made by Andy McCabe after Trump got in the White House because they got desperate. Remember, he's fired in the fall of two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen January Donald Trump's inaugurated. Sworn-in becomes president United States? Fires Komi Andy MacKay panics. And according to some recent stories, they try to bring Christopher Steele back despite fire him as a source. Who is his handler? When steel is dealing with Broussard DOJ, he has a handler in the FBI the handlers. Joe peon ker the same guy. Joe? The same guy involved into Flynn interview. Where other where in the world is carbon San Diego. Where in the world is Joe Bianca. Ladies and gentlemen, I have some suspicions as well. The janka. May have been involved in the interview or arrest of George popadopoulos. So these are two moments we know about a potential third. We're a key player seems to have entirely disappeared in escaped any media scrutiny at all outside of people who are doing the the real investigative work on on seriously on Twitter and elsewhere. That's where you can get all your good stuff. My suspicion is just like Bill price. Joe that Joep Janka is cooperating. Now, I can't say a lot more there, but I might suspicious here or Bianca is given up the cookies that the cookie jar is open. And I say this not..

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"komi andy" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"He's always coaxing me into doing teases stuff. I never listened to. So he gets excited when I follow the old radio rules. But he's right. I'm I'm just I was a former cop an agent, I never really did radio. But he's right. This is why he's valued at the show. And unbelievable. Thank you. Yes. You got it, buddy. All right. So getting back to before I get to this this other guy. I just want to let me get him. I let me get to this player because I talked about price step. Why believe price steps name has been left at us. I think he's cooperate. There's another guy in this. There's an agent by the name of Joe peon, Joe peon Keijo. Remember, the names right set at the other is yes, he's a key player in all of this. And a guy named Brian Kato rights for the epic has a piece up in there. I will include it in the show notes. Where is Joe peolpe? Where's waldo? Beyond because a key player in all of this. What are the major moments that three major moments in this investigation? Where Joe Peoria is a key operator. Number one. Joe peon is in the room at the White House show when Mike Flynn national security advisor for President Trump is being interviewed about his conversation with Russian ambassador Kislyak where in three oh to it's indicated he was not lying in not being deceptive where is peon cut. If he wasn't being deceptive the other agent, of course, was hacked, Peter stroke who couldn't stand Trump's people and couldn't probably couldn't stand Flynn either. Peter Struck keep his stroke, and where is Bianca Joe, don't you think would have some valuable input as to why they believed Mike Flynn wasn't being deceptive. But was later charged essentially with deception lying to the FBI. There's something wrong there. Where is Joe Peoria? I'll answer for him. Second. We now find out that after Christopher Steele. Despite all of his actions to push this information through the State Department, fusion GPS the media, Bruce sore Christopher Steele. The British spy hired by Hillary to gin up this fake dossier that even after steal Joe was fired by the FBI for unauthorized contacts with the media fired and deemed, and I'm quoting the FBI here not myself deemed not suitable for use as an informant. We now find out that Steele was brought back in the mix and attempts to reconnect were made by Andy McCabe after Trump got in the White House because they got desperate. Remember, he's fired in the fall of two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen January Donald Trump's inaugurated. Sworn-in becomes president United States? Fires Komi Andy MacKay panics. And according to some recent stories, they try to bring Christopher Steele back despite fire him as a source. Who was his handler? When steel is dealing with Bruce at the DOJ, he has a handler in the FBI the handlers. Joe peon ker the same guy. Joe? The same guy involved into Flynn interview..

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"komi andy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. So I think the biggest admission to come out of all this James, call me he actually admitted this it's a point. I made many times that you know, when he went to Trump Tower. I think it was January sixth or seventh of twenty seventeen and it was still president elect Trump. And he went there with other intelligence officials to brief him on what they believe was attempts by which by the way, I would have happened under Obama's watch. Everyone wants to forget that part but attempts to the Russians to influence America's elections. Now, they've been many studies that have all said the same thing it didn't impact the voting of the American people, but they wanted to brief the president. And a decision was made. The James call me alone would make the president away. Where of this dossier and he referred to it as salacious in unverified. Now, what's interesting about it? If it was salacious unverified. Why did he sign off back in October? If the bulk of information provided in the FIS application as the newness and Grassley grant memo's point out is the dossier. The Hillary bought and paid for Russian dossier put together by a foreign national who won't even stand by the dossier himself. This now raises an awful lot of questions because even rod Rosenstein in may of this year gave some very strong gave out a very stringent requirements. If you're going to apply for a warrant, here's what he said. The way we operate in the department of Justice if we're gonna accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence and credible. Witnesses me prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. Now. There's a lot of talk about Pfizer applications and. Many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what a FIS applicator application is actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to get a search warrant you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears that the information. The affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out there's anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences. Put James Komi Andy McCarthy who signed onto the first Pfizer application, and our admits that they never verified what Grassley Graham and Nunez. Tell us is the bulk of information in the application, we already know that and he made a flimsy answer to this before congress on Friday. We also know that they never informed the court that Hillary Clinton bought and paid for this dossier rather tiny footnote that it might have a political tinge to it. That seems to me, and I'll use the language that I believe is appropriate that they committed knowingly committed a fraud on a Pfizer court not once but four separate times because they never verified any of the contents that was used to obtain this warrant, and it was McCabe himself who said there wouldn't be a Fiso warrant without the dossier. It will show on a couple of things on that. What Rosenstein is talking about in terms of who signs the application the way that FIS a works. Call me did sign off on it. But he signs off as the director of the FBI is representation is not the same as the career investigator. Who's actually like the case agent who signs off on this? Now that doesn't mean that it's not verified that Komi should be able to comfortably sign verified because it's something is not telling the court that it is very split that is fraudulent. Fraudulent in another sense because they use circular reporting. No knowing that Steele was leaking. And the Isakov information came from Christopher Steele. So you know, there's multiple layers of fraud here as well. And also, you know, what Rosenstein said about, you know, if you find if you file your affidavit, then you find out something was wrong. There could be serious consequences. What are the consequences is supposed to be you? Go back to the court and correct the record which to my knowledge, they did not do with respect to steal. So they kick them out of the investigation for lying, and as far as I know as far as what we've been able to see they get knocked go back to the court and tell them that not only that renewal applications. They use the same unverified information why I should have been a lawyer, Andy I don't know why I'm trying to be a lawyer here in play one on radio. You're doing great, Sean. You'll be speaking Latin by the end of the by the end of the day. Notable understand. Right. But I, but I think the other thing to bear in mind here is what I what I hear director. Call me doing in his testimony is trying to reformulate what verified means so the idea would be they got the information from steel and even though steals own sources were not verified by the bureau vape believed steel because they had prior experience with him in connection with the racketeering base. Even though they fired him November. I twenty sixteen for lying and leaking Greg Jarrett. Yeah, it'd be nobody should ever fully did anything in steals dossier. Just gone true. And it's it's laughable it's all based on anonymous sources double triple quadruple hearsay. And as you pointed out on many occasions, even still himself admits that it wasn't worth the paper it with the data that interrogatory that he wouldn't. Stand by his own dossier because that's key. I it's in my book. I don't have the exact date. But I, you know, I searched through British court documents and found it, but the point is that Pfizer court is twelve judges. But they operate on a weekly basis of one judge who comes into Washington DC. They have on average twenty eight applications a week. So they generally don't hold hearings. So that means they just take paper submissions from the FBI the department of Justice, they trust those individuals like commun-, McCabe engaged in Rosenstein to be honest and forthright. It's clear to me from the documents that they were deceiving. The judge isn't concealing vital evidence to me that's a fraud on the court. So I look at this. I just say one thing on top breaks up there. He this thing about trusting the government in the five context is very important in a criminal case when you file a search warrant or you get a wiretap everybody knows that the at the end there's going to be a prosecution where all of this information is going to be disclosed and the defense lawyers will get to pick it apart. So if anybody did something they shouldn't have done that'll be discovered the five processes completely secret. It's covered by being classified information. And we have to rely on the government being. Forthright with the clue believe they did a service or a disservice to Carter page because I would argue that his fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. I believe they purposely consciously handed over false information repeatedly visor court judges, I think they consciously hit the fact that there was circular reporting. I think they consciously hit the fact that this was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the opposing candidate in this case. And I think is is it and this was their door back door into the Trump campaign. And I think if I tried to thread the needle and either way you're trying to thread the needle for these guys. I would be put in jail and even with you, Greg Dershowitz and every great and the great one, Mark Levin. I don't think I could get out of jail if I tried if I ever perpetrated such a fraud on any court, we'll show, and I I think I've been pretty strong on the idea that this was not done properly. I may be a little more hesitant than you guys to make assumptions about the stuff that we haven't seen yet. But I think there's no question that they we withheld critical information from the court, and as I've said again, and again, and again, you can't rely on somebody who has sourcing if you're asking the. But I think if they put in if they put in the document and the application paid for by Hillary Clinton, and this is to get a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign associate and they put it in its proper context. So it was being fully disclose to the judge. And if they put in there that we are not able to verify or corroborate such information because nobody did because if they did they wouldn't have put it in there because it's not corroborated to this day. If they would have said that to the judge what are the odds that they would have ever gotten the FIS application approved it would be zero. They wouldn't have gotten it. It would be zero or Sean what they did it inappropriately. They did it today did it because they thought that they they they wanted to get Trump. Even then that's the only explanation that I can come up with right? They wanted the judge to sign the war. And it's like, you know, you tell the judge the Russians have previously tried to recruit Carter page, and you don't tell them that. Oh, and by the way. Carter page cooperated with the government and the prosecution of the Russian spies. You can't tell if you can rely on somebody's credibility. You have to give the the courts both sides of the story you see a crime here. Greg jarrett. Oh, yeah. I see in fact in the book identified six potential crimes committed in the application. This is the problem with secret courts. Their star chambers is Andy points out the other side is represented, and you the other side even after the fact doesn't find out what's in these five applications. This is a rare occurrence where we're now finding it out. And I hope that the president declassified four sets of documents because I think it will demonstrate that there was an even more grievous fraud perpetrated on the Feis accord is there. Greg's book the Russia hoax, the elicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton and frame. Donald trump. I look at the big picture. And this is what I see I see that. She violated the espionage act. She did have top secret James, call me laid it out himself on July fifth of two thousand sixteen classified information on her Email. She did a race and destroy subpoenaed materials by congress, and that would be the emails and to make extra shorts use bleach bid and the devices were destroyed and sim cards were removed, then she did pay for the dossier with funneled money through a law firm into opera, an op research firm into a foreign national and he brought together Russian lies for the purpose of of influencing the American people's vote before the election, and it was disseminated by people the intelligence community, Andy. And then it was used since then to bludgeon Donald Trump pretty much since the day that he won. And I'm asking you do you see that there's a double standard you see that? They gave Hillary a pass for things far worse than their even alleging with Donald Trump. I say that Shawn. And I've said it again, and again, and I. And I'll put it this way. You know, look, this is Clinton we've never convicted of anything. She's never charged with anything. She's entitled under the constitution to the presumption of innocence. But I would dare based on what we know. Did they give pass did they give her a crass? I believe they gave her a pass and not charging are. But my point is even if you allow her the presumption of innocence anyone who looks at the way her case was handled and the way they've handled Trump cannot possibly say that the quality of Justice that both got was equal. It's it's simply ridiculous to claim that right? We'll take a quick break wrap things up. A fascinating. Our Andy McCarthy. Greg Jarrett, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. We've got Newt Gingrich coming up at the top of the hour. We'll get his take on the political sue NAMI that Republicans are going to face come January. And how is the best way to handle all of this? And we'll get to your calls Hannity tonight at nine on the Fox News channel, we got a great show, including Jared Kushner, Lindsey Graham, Newt Gingrich. And yeah, the war on Christmas should make your heart sink. If you actually want kids to have. A little bit of joy and happiness this year. I'll explain tonight at nine we'll continue..

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"komi andy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. So I think the biggest admission to come out of all this James, call me he actually admitted this it's a point. I made many times that you know, when he went to Trump Tower. I think it was January sixth or seventh of twenty seventeen and it was still president elect Trump. And he went there with other intelligence officials to brief him on what they believe was attempts by which by the way, I would have happened under Obama's watch. Everyone wants to forget that part but attempts to the Russians to influence America's elections. Now, they've been many studies that have all said the same thing it didn't impact the voting of the American people, but they wanted to brief the president. And a decision was made the James call me alone would make the president aware of this dossier and he referred to it as salacious. Unverified. Now, what's interesting about it? If it was salacious unverified. Why did he sign off back in October? If the bulk of information provided in the FIS application as the newness and Grassley grand memo's point out is the dossier. The Hillary bought and paid for Russian dossier put together by a foreign national who won't even stand by the dossier himself. This now raises an awful lot of questions because even rod Rosenstein in may of this year gave some very strong gave out a very stringent requirements if you're going to apply for FIS award. Here's what he said. The way we operate in the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence and credible. Witnesses to prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. Now. There's a lot of talk about Pfizer applications, and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what a. Fis applicator FIS applications actually a warrant just like a search warrant in order to get a search warrant you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the information the affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out there's anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences. But James Komi Andy McCarthy who signed onto the first FIS application now admits that they'd never verified what Grassley Graham and Nunez. Tell us is the bulk of information in the application, we already know that and he made a flimsy answer to this before congress on Friday. We also know that they never informed the court that Hillary Clinton bought and paid for this dossier, rather tiny footnote that it might have a political tinge to it that seems to me, and I'll use the language that I believe is appropriate that they committed a knowingly committed a fraud on a. Is a court not once but four separate times because they never verified any of the contents that was used to obtain this warrant, and it was McCabe himself who said there wouldn't be a warrant without the dossier. It will show on a couple of things on that. What Rosenstein is talking about in terms of who signs the application the way that FIS works. Call me did sign off on it. But he signs off as the director of the FBI is representation is not the same as the career investigator. Who's actually like the case agent who signs off on this? Now that doesn't mean that it's not verified that Komi should be able to comfortably sign verified. Because if something is not verified, you telling the court that it is very verified that is fraudulent, and I think for fraudulent in another sense because they use circular reporting. No knowing that Steele was leaking. And the Isakov information came from Christopher Steele. So you know, there's. Multiple layers of fraud here. Well, and also, you know, Rosenstein, said about you know, if you find if you file your affidavit, then you find out something was wrong. It could be serious consequences. What are the consequences is supposed to be you? Go back to the court and correct the record which to my knowledge, they did not do with respect to steal. So they kicked them out of the investigation for lying, and as far as I know as far as what we've been able to see they get knocked go back to the court and tell him that not only in their in their renewal applications. They use the same unverified information why I should have been a lawyer, Andy I don't know why I'm trying to be a lawyer here him play one on radio. You doing great, Sean. You'll be speaking Latin by the end of the by the end of the day. Yeah. No, don't understand. Right. Right. But I, but I think the other thing to bear in mind here is what I what I hear director me doing in his testimony is trying to kinda reformulate. What verified means so the idea would be they got the information from steel and even though Steele's own sources were not verified by the bureau. They believed steel because they had prior experience with him in connection with the racketeering base. Even though they fired him November. I twenty sixteen for lying and leaking Greg Jarrett. Yeah. I mean, nobody should ever believed anything in steals dossier. Just one read true. And it's it's laughable it's all based on anonymous sources double triple quadruple hearsay, and as you pointed out on many occasions, even stealing. So it mitts that it wasn't worth the paper. It was the data that interrogatory that he wouldn't stay. Stand by his own dossier because that's key. I it's in my book. I don't have the exact date, but I you know, I searched through British court documents and found it, but the the point is that Pfizer court is twelve judges. But they operate on a weekly basis of one judge who comes into Washington DC. They have on average twenty eight applications a week. So they generally don't hold hearings. So that means they just take paper submissions from the FBI and the department of Justice state trust, those individuals like commun-, McCabe and gates Rosenstein to be honest and forthright. It's clear to me from the documents that they were deceiving. The judge isn't concealing vital evidence to me that's a fraud on the court. So I look. Go ahead. I just say one other one thing on Tapuakh breaks out there. You know, he this thing about trusting the government in the context is very important in a criminal case when you file a search warrant or you get a wiretap everybody knows that the at the end there's going to be a prosecution where all of this information is going to be disclosed and the defense lawyers will get to pick it apart. So if anybody did something they shouldn't have done that'll be discovered the fives of processes completely secret. It's covered by being classified information. And we have to rely on the government being you'll take forthright with the cooler believe they did a service or a disservice to Carter page because I would argue that his fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. I believe they purposely consciously handed over false information repeatedly defies accord judges. I think they consciously hid the fact that there was circular reporting. I think they consciously. Hid the fact that this was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the opposing candidate in this case. And I think is is this was their open door back door into the Trump campaign. And I think if I tried to thread the needle and e the way you're trying to thread the needle for these guys. I would be put in jail and even with you, Greg Dershowitz and every great and the great one, Mark Levin. I don't think I could get out of jail if I tried if I ever perpetrated such a fraud on any court. Yeah, we'll show. And I I think I've been pretty strong on the idea that this was not done properly. I may be a little more hesitant than you guys to make sumptuous about the stuff that we haven't seen yet. But I think there's no question that they we withheld critical information from the court, and as I've said again, and again, and again, you can't rely on somebody who has sourcing if you're asking the judge. But if they if they if they put in if they put in the document and the application paid for by. Hillary Clinton, and this is to get a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign associate and they put it in its proper context. So it was the being fully disclosed to the judge. And if they put in there that we are not able to verify or corroborate such information because nobody did because if they did they wouldn't have put it in there because it's not corroborated to this day. If they would have said that to the judge what are the odds that they would have ever gotten the FIS application approved it would be zero. They wouldn't have gotten it. It would be zero or Sean what they did it inappropriately. They did it today did it because they thought that they they thought they wanted to get Trump, even then that's the only explanation that I can come up with right? They wanted the judge to sign the war. And it's like, you don't you tell the judge does the Russians have previously tried to recruit Carter page, and you don't tell them that. Oh, and by the way, Carter page cooperated with the government and the prosecution of the Russian spies. You know, you can't tell if you can rely. On somebody's credibility. You have to give the the courts both sides of the story you see a crime here. Greg jarrett. Oh, yeah. I see in fact in the book identified six potential crimes committed in the FIFA application. This is the problem with secret courts their star chambers. Andy points out the other side is represented, and you the other side even after the fact doesn't find out what's in these five two applications? This is a rare occurrence where we're now finding it out. And I hope that the president declassified four sets of documents because I think it will demonstrate that there was an even more grievous fraud perpetrated on the Pfizer court is there. Greg's book the Russia hoax, the elicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump. I look at the big picture. And this is what I see I see that. She violated the espionage act. She did have top secret. James Komi, laid it out himself on July fifth two thousand sixteen classified information on her Email. She did a race and destroy subpoenaed materials by congress, and that would be the emails and to make extra shorts use bleach bid and the devices were destroyed and sim cards were moved then she did pay for the dossier with funneled money through a law firm into opera, an op research firm into a foreign national and he brought together Russian lies for the purpose of of influencing the American people's vote before the election, and it was disseminated by people the intelligence community, Andy. And then it was used since then to bludgeon Donald Trump pretty much since the day that he won. And I'm asking you do you see that there's a double standard you see that? They gave Hillary a pass for things far worse than their even alleging with Donald Trump. Yeah. I say that Shawn. And I've said it again, and again, and I and I'll put it this way. You know, look, this is Clinton was never convicted of anything. She's never charged with anything she's entitled under the car. Institution to the presumption of innocence. But I would dare based on what we know. Did they give her a vast? Did they give her a class? I think they get I believe they gave her a pass and not charging are my point is even if you allow her the presumption of innocence anyone who looks at the way her case was handled and the.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. So I think the biggest admission to come out of all this James, call me he actually admitted this it's a point. I made many times that you know, when he went to Trump Tower. I think it was January sixth or seventh of twenty seventeen and it was still president elect Trump. And he went there with other intelligence officials to brief him on what they believe was attempts by which by the way, would've happened under Obama's watch. Everyone wants to forget that part but attempts to the Russians to influence America's elections. Now, they've been many studies that have all said the same thing it didn't impact the voting of the American people, but they wanted to brief the president. And a decision was made the James call me alone would make the president aware of this dossier and he referred to it as salacious. In on verified. Now, what's interesting about it? If it was salacious and unverified. Why did he sign off back in October? If the bulk of information provided in the FIS application as the Nunez and Grassley Graham, memo's point out is the dossier. The Hillary bought and paid for Russian dossier put together by a foreign national who won't even stand by the dossier himself. This now raises an awful lot of questions because even rod Rosenstein in may of this year gave some very strong gave out a very stringent requirements. If you're going to apply for a warrant, here's what he said. The way we operate in the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence and credible. Witnesses to prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. Now. There's a lot of talk about Pfizer applications, and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize. What a five advocate fives application is actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to Pfizer search warrant. You need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the information. The affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out there's anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences. But James Komi Andy McCarthy who signed onto the first five application now admits that they never verified what Grassley Graham and Nunez. Tell us is the bulk of information in the application, we already know that and he made a flimsy answer this before congress on Friday. We also know that they never informed the court that Hillary Clinton bought and paid for this dossier, rather tiny footnote that it might have a political tinge to it that seems to me, and I'll use the language that I believe is appropriate that they committed a knowingly committed a fraud. On a Pfizer court, not once but four separate times because they never verified any of the contents that was used to obtain this warrant, and it was McCabe himself who said there wouldn't be a Fiso warrant without the dossier. It will show on a couple of things on that. The what Rosenstein is talking about in terms of who signs the application the way that FIS works. Call me did sign off on it. But he signs off as the director of the FBI is representation is not the same as the career investigator. Who's actually like the case agent who signs off on this? Now that doesn't mean that it's not verified that Komi should be able to comfortably sign. It's verified because if something is not verifying you telling the court that it is very verified that is fraudulent, and I think for that was fraudulent in another sense because they use circular reporting. No knowing that Steele was leaking. And the Isikoff information came from Christopher Steele. So you know, there's multiple layers of fraud here as well. And also, you know, Rosenstein, said about you know, if you find if you file your affidavit, then you find out something was wrong. There could be serious consequences. What are the consequences is supposed to be you? Go back to the court and correct the record which to my knowledge, they did not do with respect to steal. So they kick them out of the investigation for lying, and as far as I know as far as what we've been able to see they did not go back to the court and tell him that not only that in their and their renewal applications. They use the same unverified information white, and I I should have been a lawyer, Andy I don't know why I'm trying to be a lawyer here him play one on radio. You doing great, Sean. You'll be speaking Latin by the end of the by the end of the day. Yeah. No, not understand. Right. Right. But I, but I think the other thing to bear in mind here is what I what I hear director. Call me doing in his testimony is trying to kinda reformulate what verified means so the idea would be they got the information from steel and even though Steele's own sources were not verified by the bureau. They believed steel because they had prior experience with him in connection with the racketeering base. Even though they fired him November. I twenty sixteen for lying and leaking Greg Jarrett. Yeah. You know, nobody should ever believed anything in steals dossier. Just one read true. And it's it's laughable. It's all based on anonymous sources double triple quadruple hearsay. And as you pointed out on many occasions, even stealing so admits that it wasn't worth the paper. It was windy. The data that interrogatory that he wouldn't stand by his own dossier because that's key. I it's in my book. I don't have the exact date. But I, you know, I searched through British court documents and found it, but the the point is that Pfizer court is twelve judges. But they operate on a weekly basis of one judge who comes into Washington DC they have on average twenty eight applications week. So they generally don't hold hearings. So that means they just take paper submissions from the FBI the department of Justice, they trust those individuals like commun-, McCabe and gates Rosenstein to be honest and forthright. It's clear to me from the documents that they were deceiving. The judge isn't concealing vital evidence to me that's a fraud on the court. So I look. Yeah. Go ahead. I just say one other one thing on Tapuakh breaks out there. You know, he this thing about trusting the government in the context is very important in a criminal case when you file a search warrant or you get a wiretap everybody knows that the at the end there's going to be a prosecution where all of this information is going to be disclosed and the defense lawyers will get to pick it apart. So if anybody did something they shouldn't have done that'll be discovered the FIS of processes completely secret. It's covered by being classified information. And we have to rely on the government being you'll take anything. Forthright with the clue believe they did a service or a disservice to Carter page because I would argue that his fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. I believe they purposely consciously handed over false information repeatedly buys accord judges I think they consciously hid the fact that there was circular reporting. I think they consciously hid the fact that this was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the opposing candidate in this case. And I think is is it and this was their open door back door into the Trump campaign. And I think if I tried to thread the needle and e the way you're trying to thread the needle for these guys. I would be put in jail and even with you, Greg Dershowitz and every great and the great one, Mark Levin. I don't think I could get out of jail if I tried if I ever perpetrated such a fraud on any court. Yeah, we'll show. And I think I've been pretty strong on the idea that this was not done properly. I may be a little more hesitant than you guys to make assumptions about the stuff that we haven't seen yet. But I think there's no. Question that they we withheld critical information from the court, and as I've said again, and again, and again, you can't rely on somebody who has sources if you're asking the, but if the, but they if they put in if they put in the document and the application paid for by Hillary Clinton, and this is to get a warrant to spy on Trump campaign associate and they put it in its proper context. So it was the being fully disclosed to the judge. And if they put in there that it we are not able to verify or corroborate such information because nobody did because if they did they wouldn't have put it in there because it's not corroborated to this day. If they would have said that to the judge what are the odds that they would have ever gotten the FIS application approved it would be zero. They wouldn't have gotten it. It would be zero or Sean what they did it inappropriately. They did it today did it because they thought that they they thought they wanted to get. Trump even then that's the only explanation that I can come up with right? They wanted the judge to sign the war. It's like, you know, you tell the judge does the Russians have previously tried to recruit Carter page, and you don't tell them that. Oh, and by the way, Carter page cooperated with the government in the prosecution of the Russian spies. You know, you can't tell if you can rely on somebody's credibility. You have to give the the courts both sides of the story you see a crime here. Greg jarrett. Oh, yeah. I see. In fact, in the book identical is six potential crimes committed in the FIFA application. This is the problem with secret courts. Their star chambers is Andy points out the other side is represented, and you the other side even after the fact doesn't find out what's in these five two applications. This is a rare occurrence where we're now finding it out. And I hope that the president classifies four sets of documents because I think it. Will demonstrate that there was an even more grievous fraud perpetrated on the Pfizer court is there. Greg's book the Russia hoax, the elicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump. I look at the big picture. And this is what I see I see that. She violated the espionage act. She did have top secret James, call me laid it out himself on July fifth of two thousand sixteen classified information on her Email. She did a race and destroy subpoenaed materials by congress, and that would be the emails and to make extra shorts use bleach bid and the devices would destroy and sim cards will removed then she did pay for the dossier with funneled money through a law firm into opera, an op research firm into a foreign national and he brought together Russian lies for the purpose of of influencing the American people's vote before the election, and it was disseminated by people intelligence community, Andy. And then it was used since then to bludgeon Donald Trump pretty much since the day that he won. And I'm asking you do you see that there's a double standard you see that? They gave Hillary a pass for things far worse than their even alleging with Donald Trump. I say that Sean, and I've said it again, and again, and I and I'll put it this way. You know, look, this is Clinton was never convicted of anything. She's never charged with anything she's entitled under the constitution to the presumption of innocence. But I would dare based on what we know. Did they give her a pass? Did they give her class? I think they I believe they gave her a pass and not charging are. But my point is even if you allow her the presumption of innocence anyone who looks at the way her case was handled and the way they've handled Trump cannot possibly say that the quality of Justice that both got was equal. It's simply ridiculous to claim that we'll take a quick break wrap things up. A fascinating. Our Andy McCarthy. Greg Jarrett, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. We've got Newt Gingrich coming up at the top of the. Our we'll get his take on the political soon. Nami that Republicans are going to face come January. And how is the best way to handle all of this? And we'll get to your calls Hannity tonight at nine on the Fox News channel, we got a great show, including Jared Kushner, Lindsey Graham, Newt Gingrich. And yeah, the war on Christmas should make your heart. Sing if you actually want kids to have a little bit of joy and happiness this year. I'll explain tonight at nine we'll continue..

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"komi andy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. So I think the biggest admission to come out of all this James, call me he actually admitted this it's a point. I made many times that you know, when he went to Trump Tower. I think it was January sixth or seventh of twenty seventeen and it was still president elect Trump. And he went there with other intelligence officials to brief him on what they believe was attempts by which by the way would have happened under Obama's watch. Everyone wants to forget that part but attempts to the Russians to influence America's elections. Now. There have been many studies that have all said the same thing it didn't impact the voting of the American people, but they wanted to brief the president. And a decision was made the James call me alone would make the president aware of this dossier and he referred to it as salacious. And unverified. Now, what's interesting about it? If it was salacious and unverified. Why did he sign off back in October? If the bulk of information provided in the FIS application as the newness and Grassley grand memo's point out is the dossier. The Hillary bought and paid for Russian dossier put together by a foreign national who won't even stand by the dossier himself. This now raises an awful lot of questions because even rod Rosenstein in may of this year gave some very strong gave out a very stringent requirements. If you're going to apply for a warrant, here's what he said. The way we operate in the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence and credible. Witnesses. We need to prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. Now. There's a lot of talk about Pfizer applications, and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize. What a FIS applicant FIS applications actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to get Pfizer search warrant, you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the information. The David is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out this anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences. But James Komi Andy McCarthy who signed onto the first FIS application now admits that they'd never verified what Grassley Graham and Nunez. Tell us is the bulk of information in the application, we already know that and he made a flimsy answer to this before congress on Friday. We also know that they never informed the court that Hillary Clinton bought and paid for this dossier, rather tiny footnote that it might have a political tinge to it that seems to me, and I'll use the language that I believe is appropriate that they committed a knowingly committed a fraud. On a Pfizer court, not once but four separate times because they never verified any of the contents that was used to obtain this warrant, and it was McCabe himself who said there wouldn't be a Fiso warrant without the dossier will show on a couple of things on that. The what Rosenstein is talking about in terms of who signs the application the way that FIS works. Call me did sign off on it. But he signs off as the director of the FBI is representation is not the same as the career investigator. Who's actually like the case agent who signs off on this? Now that doesn't mean that it's not verified the Komi should be able to comfortably sign. It's verified because if something is not verifying you telling the court that it is very split verified that is fraudulent, and I think for that was fraudulent in another sense because they use circular reporting. No knowing that Steele was leaking. And the Isikoff information came from Christopher Steele. So you know, there's multiple layers of fraud here as well. And also, you know, Rosenstein, said about you know, if you find if you file your after David then you find out something was wrong. There could be serious consequences. What are the consequences supposed to be you? Go back to the court and correct the record which to my knowledge, they did not do with respect to steal. So they kick them out of the investigation for lying, and as far as I know as far as what we've been able to see they get knocked go back to the court and tell him that not only that in their in their renewal applications. They use the same unverified information why I should have been a lawyer, Andy, I don't know. I'm trying to be a lawyer here him play one on radio. You doing great, Sean. You'll be speaking Latin by the end of the by the end of the day. I know not understand right, right? But I, but I think the other thing to bear in mind here is what I what I hear director. Call me doing in his testimony is trying to reformulate why verified means so the idea would be they got the information from steel and even though steals own sources were not verified by the bureau vape believed steel because they had prior good experience with him in connection with the racketeer EBay, even though they fired him November. I twenty sixteen for lying and leaking Greg Jarrett. Yeah, it'd be you know, nobody should have ever believed anything in steals dossier. Just one read true. And it's it's laughable it's all based on anonymous sources double triple quadruple hearsay, and as you pointed out on many occasions, even stealing so. Admits that it wasn't worth the paper. It was windy data that interrogatory that he wouldn't stand by his own dossier because that's key. I it's in my book. I don't have the exact date. But I, you know, I searched through British court documents and found it, but the point is that Pfizer court is twelve judges. But they operate on a weekly basis of one judge who comes into Washington DC. They have on average twenty eight applications a week. So they generally don't hold hearings. So that means they just take paper submissions from the FBI the department of Justice, they trust those individuals like comu-, McCabe engaged in Rosenstein to be honest and forthright. It's clear to me from the documents that they were deceiving. The judge in concealing vital evidence to me that's a fraud on the court. So I look. Did I just say one other one thing on top of what breaks at there? You know, he this thing about trusting the government in the context is very important in a criminal case when you file a search warrant or you get a wiretap everybody knows that the at the end there's going to be a prosecution where all of this information is going to be disclosed and the defense lawyers will get to pick it apart. So if anybody did something they shouldn't have done that'll be discovered the fives of processes completely secret. It's covered by being classified information. And we have to rely on the government being you'll take anything with you believe they did a service or a disservice to Carter page because I would argue that his fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. I believe they purposely consciously handed over false information repeatedly defies accord judges. I think they consciously hid the fact that there was circular reporting. I think they consciously hit. The fact that this was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the opposing candidate in this case. And I think as a result is it and this was their open door back door into the Trump campaign. And I think if I tried to thread the needle and e the way you're trying to thread the needle for these guys. I would be put in jail and even with you, Greg Dershowitz and every great and the great one, Mark Levin. I don't think I could get out of jail if I tried if I ever perpetrated such a fraud on any court, we'll show, and I I think I've been pretty strong on the idea that this was not done properly. I may be a little more hesitant than you guys to make assumptions about the stuff that we haven't seen yet. But I think there's no question that they withheld critical information from the court, and as I've said again, and again, and again, you can't rely on somebody who has sourcing if you're asking the, but they if they if they put in if they put in the document and the application paid for by. Hillary Clinton, and this is to get a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign associate and they put it in its proper context. So it was the being fully disclosed to the judge. And if they put in there that we are not able to verify or corroborate such information because nobody did because if they did they wouldn't have put it in there because it's not corroborated to this day. If they would have said that to the judge what are the odds that they would have ever gotten the FIS application approved it would be zero. They wouldn't have gotten it would be zero. What did it inappropriately? They did it today did it because they thought that they they thought they wanted to get Trump, even then that's the only explanation that I can come up with right? They wanted the judge to sign the, and it's like, you know, you tell the judge the Russians have previously tried to recruit Carter page, and you don't tell them that. Oh, and by the way, Carter page cooperated with the government and the prosecution of the Russian spies. You know, you can't tell if you can rely on somebody's credibility. You have to give the the courts both sides of the story you see a crime here. Greg jarrett. Oh, yeah. I see in fact in the book identified six potential crimes committed in the application. This is the problem with secret courts. Their star chambers is Andy points out the other side is represented, and you the other side even after the fact doesn't find out what's in these five two applications. This is a rare occurrence where we're now fine. Finding it out. And I hope that the president declassified four sets of documents because I think it will demonstrate that there was an even more grievous fraud perpetrated on the Pfizer court is there. Greg's book the Russia hoax, the elicit scheme, clear, Hillary Clinton and frame, Donald Trump. I look at the big picture. And this is what I see I see that. She violated the espionage act. She did have top secret James Komi, laid it out himself on July fifth two twenty sixteen classified information on her Email. She did a race and destroy subpoenaed materials by congress, and that would be the emails and to make extra shorts use bleach bid and the devices were destroyed and sim cards will removed then she did pay for the dossier with funneled money through a law firm into opera research firm into a foreign national and he brought together Russian lies for the purpose of of influencing the American people's vote before the election, and it was disseminated. By people the intelligence community, Andy. And then it was used since then to bludgeon Donald Trump pretty much since the day that he won. And I'm asking you do you see that there's a double standard you see that? They gave Hillary a pass for things far worse than their even alleging with Donald Trump. I say that Shawn. And I've said it again, and again, and I and I'll put it this way. You know, look, this is Clinton was never convicted of anything. She was never charged with anything she's entitled under the constitution to the presumption of innocence. But I would dare and based on what we know. Did they give her a pass? Did they give her a class? I think they get I believe they gave her a pass and not charging are. But my point is even if you allow her the presumption of innocence anyone who looks at the way her case was handled and the way they've handled Trump cannot possibly say that the quality of Justice that both got was equal it simply ridiculous to claim that we'll take a quick break wrap things up. A fascinating our Andy McCarthy. Greg Jarrett, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. We've got Newt Gingrich coming up at the top of the hour. We'll get his take on the political soon. Nami that Republicans are going to face come January. And how is the best way to handle all of this? And we'll get to your calls Hannity tonight at nine on the Fox News channel, we got a great show, including Jared Kushner, Lindsey Graham, Newt Gingrich. And yeah, the war on Christmas should make your heart sink. If.

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106.1 FM WTKK

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Attempts to the Russians to influence America's elections. Now. They've been many studies that have all said the same thing it didn't impact the voting of the American people, but they wanted to brief the president. And a decision was made. The James call me alone would make the president aware of this dossier, and he referred to it as salacious in on verified. Now, it's interesting about it. If it was salacious and unverified. Why did he sign off back in October? If the bulk of information provided in the FIS application as the newness and Grassley grand memo's point out is the dossier. The Hillary bought and paid for Russian dossier put together by a foreign national who won't even stand by the dossier himself. This now raises an awful lot of questions because even rod Rosenstein in may of this year gave some very strong gave out a very stringent requirements. If you're going to apply for a warrant, here's what he said. The way we operate in the department of Justice if we can. Accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence and credible. Witnesses made prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. Now. There's a lot of talk about Pfizer applications, and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what a five advocate application is actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to go. Is a search warrant you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the information the affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out there's anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences. But James Komi Andy McCarthy who signed onto the first FIS application now admits that they'd never verified what Grassley Graham and Nunez. Tell us is the bulk of information in the application, we already know that and he made a flimsy answer to this before congress on Friday. We also know that they never informed the court that Hillary Clinton bought and paid for this dossier, rather tiny footnote that it might have a political tinge to it that seems to me, and I'll use the language that I believe is appropriate that they committed a knowingly committed a fraud on a Pfizer court not once but four separate times because they never verified any of the contents. That was. Used to obtain this warrant, and it was McCabe himself who said there wouldn't be a Fiso warrant without the dossier. Sean a couple of things on that the what Rosenstein is talking about in terms of who signs the application the way that FIS works. Call me did sign off on it. But he signs off as the director of the FBI is representation is not the same as the career investigator. Who's actually like the case agent who signs off on this? Now that doesn't mean that if it's not verified that Komi should be able to comfortably sign that. It's verified because if something is not verified, you telling the court that it is very split verified that is fraudulent fraudulent in another sense because they use circular reporting. No knowing that Steele was leaking. And the Isikoff information came from Christopher Steele. So you know, there's multiple layers of fraud here as well. And also, you know, Rosenstein, set about. You know, if you find if you file your after David then you find out something was wrong. There could be serious consequences. What are the consequences is supposed to be you? Go back to the court and correct the record which to my knowledge, they did not do with respect to steal. So they kicked him out of the investigation for lying, and as far as I know as far as what we've been able to see they did not go back to the court and tell him that not only that in there. Renewal applications? They use the same unverified information why I should have been a lawyer, Andy, I don't know. I'm trying to be a lawyer here in play one on radio. You're doing great, Sean. You'll be speaking Latin by the end of the by the end of the day. I know no don't understand. Right. But I think the other thing to bear in mind here is what I what I hear director. Call me doing in his testimony is trying to kinda reformulate what varify means. So the idea would be they got the information from steel and even though steals own sources were not verified by the bureau vape believed steel because they had prior good experience with him in connection with the racketeer. Even though they fired him November. I twenty sixteen for lying and leaking Greg Jarrett. Yeah, it'd be you know, nobody should have ever believed anything in steals dossier. Just one read true. And it's it's laughable it's all based on anonymous sources double triple quadruple hearsay, and as you pointed out on many occasions, even stealing so it Mitch. That it wasn't worth the paper. It was. What does the data that interrogatory that he wouldn't stand by his own dossier because that's key? I it's in my book. I don't have the exact date. But I, you know, I searched through British court documents and found it, but the is that Pfizer court is judges, but they operate on a weekly basis of one judge who comes into Washington DC. They have on average twenty eight applications a week. So they generally don't hold hearings. So that means they just take paper submissions from the FBI the department of Justice, they trust those individuals like commun-, McCabe engaged in Rosenstein to be honest and forthright. It's clear to me from the documents that they were deceiving. The judge isn't concealing vital evidence to me that's a fraud on the court. So I look picture. Go ahead. I just say one other one thing on Tapuakh breaks at there. You know, he this thing about trusting the government in the context is very important in the criminal case when you file a search warrant or you get a wiretap everybody knows that the at the end there's going to be a prosecution where all of this information is going to be disclosed and the defense lawyers will get to pick it apart. So if anybody did something they shouldn't have done that'll be discovered the fives of processes completely secret. It's covered by being classified information. And we have to rely on the government being you'll take anything. Enforce right with the clue believe they did a service or a disservice to Carter page because I would argue that his fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. I believe they purposely consciously handed over false information repeatedly defies accord judges. I think they consciously hid the fact that there was circular reporting. I think they consciously hid the fact that this was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the opposing candidate in this case. And I think is there is is it and this was their open door back door into the Trump campaign. And I think if I tried to thread the needle and e the way you're trying to thread the needle for these guys. I would be put in jail and even with you, Greg Dershowitz and every great and the great one, Mark Levin. I don't think I could get out of jail if I tried if I ever perpetrated such a fraud on any court, we'll show, and I think I've been pretty strong on the idea that this was not done properly. I may be a little more hesitant than you guys to make assumptions about the stuff that we haven't seen yet. But I think there's no question that they we withheld critical information from the court, and as I've said again, and again, and again, you can't rely on somebody who has sourcing if you're asking the judge. But if but if they if they put in if they put in the document and the application paid for by Hillary Clinton, and this is to get a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign associate and they put it in its proper context. So it was the being fully disclosed to the judge. And if they put in there that it we are not able to verify or corroborate such information because nobody did because if they did they wouldn't have put it in there because it's not corroborated to this day. If they would have said that to the judge what are the odds that they would have ever gotten the FIS application approved it would be zero. They wouldn't have gotten it. It would be. Sean, they did it inappropriately. They did it today. Did it because they thought that they they thought they wanted to get Trump even then that's the only explanation that I can come up with right? They wanted the judge to sign the warrant. It's like, you know, you tell the judge that the Russians have previously tried to recruit Carter page, and you don't tell them that. Oh, and by the way, Carter page cooperated with the government in the prosecution of the Russian spies. You know, you can't tell if you can rely on somebody's credibility. You have to give the the courts both sides of the story you see a crime here. Greg jarrett. Oh, yeah. I see in fact in the book identify six potential crimes committed in the FIFA application. This is the problem with secret courts. Their star chambers is Andy points out the other side isn't represented, and you the other side even after the fact doesn't find out what's in these five two applications. This is a rare occurrence where we're now. Finding it out. And I hope that the president declassified four sets of documents because I think it will demonstrate that there was an even more grievous fraud perpetrated on the Pfizer court is there. Greg's book the Russia hoax, the elicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump. I look at the big picture. And this is what I see I see that. She violated the espionage act. She did have top secret James, call me laid it out himself on July fifth of two thousand sixteen classified information on her Email. She did a race and destroy subpoenaed materials by congress, and that would be the emails and to make extra shorts use bleach bid and the devices were destroyed and sim cards will removed then she did pay for the dossier with funneled money through a law firm into opera, an op research firm into a foreign national and he brought together Russian lies for the purpose of of influencing the American people's vote before the election, and it was. Seminated by people the intelligence community, Andy. And then it was used since then to bludgeon Donald Trump pretty much since the day that he won. And I'm asking you do you see that there's a double standard you see that? They gave Hillary a pass for things far worse than their even alleging with Donald Trump. Yeah. I say that Shawn. And I've said it again, and again, and I and I'll put it this way. You know, look, this is Clinton was never convicted of anything. She's never charged with anything she's entitled under the constitution to the presumption of innocence. But I would dare at based on what we know. Did they give her did they give her a class? I believe they gave her a pass and not charging are. But my point is even if you allow her the presumption of innocence anyone who looks at the way her case was handled and the way they've handled Trump cannot possibly say that the quality of Justice that both got was equal it simply ridiculous to claim that we'll take a quick break wrap. Things up. A fascinating hour Andy McCarthy, Greg Jarrett, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. We've got Newt Gingrich coming up at the top of the hour. We'll get his take on the political soon. Nami that Republicans are going to face come January. And how is the best way to handle all of this? And we'll get to your calls Hannity tonight at nine on the Fox News channel, we got a great show, including Jared Kushner, Lindsey Graham, Newt Gingrich. And yeah, the war on Christmas should make your heart sink. If you actually want kids to have a little bit of joy and happiness this year. I'll explain tonight at nine we'll continue. Roundup is next. You do not want to miss it. Stay tuned for the final hour free for all on the Sean Hannity show. Hey,.

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"komi andy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. So I think the biggest admission to come out of all this James, call me he actually admitted this it's a point. I made many times that you know, when he went to Trump Tower. I think it was January sixth or seventh of twenty seventeen and it was still president elect Trump. And he went there with other intelligence officials to brief him on what they believe was attempts by which by the way would have happened under Obama's watch. Everyone wants to forget that part but attempts to the Russians to influence America's elections. Now, they've been many studies that have all said the same thing it didn't impact the voting of the American people, but they wanted to brief the president. And a decision was made the James call me alone would make the president aware of this dossier and he referred to it as salacious. And unverified. Now, what's interesting about it? If it was salacious and unverified. Why did he sign off back in October? If the bulk of information provided in the FIS application as the newness and Grassley Graham, memo's point out is the dossier. The Hillary bought and paid for Russian dossier put together by a foreign national who won't even stand by the dossier himself. This now raises an awful lot of questions because even rod Rosenstein in may of this year gave some very strong gave out a very stringent requirements. If you're going to apply for a warrant, here's what he said. The way we operate in the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence and credible. Witnesses made prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. Now. There's a lot of talk about Pfizer applications, and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize. What a five applicator application is actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to Pfizer search warrant, you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the formation the affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong, sometimes it is if you find out there's anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences. But James Komi Andy McCarthy who signed onto the first phase five application now admits that they'd never verified what Grassley Graham and Nunez. Tell us is the bulk of information in the application, we already know that and he made a flimsy answer to this before congress on Friday. We also know that they never informed the court that Hillary Clinton bought and paid for this dossier, rather tiny footnote that it might have a political tinge to it that seems to me, and I'll use the language that I believe is appropriate that they committed a knowingly committed a fraud. On a Pfizer court, not once but four separate times because they never verified any of the contents that was used to obtain this warrant, and it was McCabe himself who said there wouldn't be Fiso warrant without the dossier. It will show on a couple of things on that. The what Rosenstein is talking about in terms of who signs the application the way that FIS a works. Call me did sign off on it. But he signs off as the director of the FBI is representation is not the same as the career investigator. Who's actually like the case agent who signs off on this? Now that doesn't mean that it's not verified that Komi should be able to comfortably sign that. It's verified because if something is not verifying you telling the court that it is very split verified that is fraudulent, and I think for that was fraudulent in another sense because they use circular reporting. No knowing that Steele was leaking. And the Isikoff information came from Christopher Steele. So you know, there's multiple layers of fraud here. Right. Well, and also, you know, Rosenstein, said about you know, if you find if you file your affidavit, then you find out something was wrong. There could be serious consequences. What are the consequences is supposed to be you? Go back to the court and correct the record which to my knowledge, they did not do with respect to steal. So they kick them out of the investigation for lying, and as far as I know as far as what we've been able to see they did not go back to the court and tell him that not only that in their in their renewal applications. They use the same unverified information white, and I I should have been a lawyer, Andy, I don't know. I'm trying to be a lawyer here him play one on radio. You you're doing great, Sean. You'll be speaking Latin by the end of the by the end of the day. I know. Right, right. But I, but I think the other thing to bear in mind here is what I what I hear director. Call me doing in his testimony is trying to kinda reformulate what verified mean so the idea would be they got the information from steel and even though steals own sources were not verified by the bureau. They believed steel because they had prior experience with him in connection with the racketeering base. Even though they fired him November. I twenty sixteen for lying and leaking Greg Jarrett. Yeah, it'd be you know, nobody should have ever believed anything in steals dossier. Just gone read true. And it's it's laughable it's all based on anonymous sources double triple quadruple hearsay, and as you pointed out on many occasions, even stealing. So it mitts that it wasn't worth the paper. It was what does the data that interrogatory that he wouldn't stand by his own dossier? That's key. I it's in my book. I don't have the exact date. But I, you know, I searched through British court documents and found it, but the the Quakers that Pfizer court is twelve judges, but they operate on a weekly basis of one judge who comes into Washington DC. They have on average twenty eight applications a week. So they generally don't hold hearings. So that means they just take paper submissions from the FBI the department of Justice, they trust those individuals like comu-, McCabe engaged in Rosenstein to be honest and forthright. It's clear to me from the documents that they were deceiving. The judge isn't in concealing vital evidence to me that's a fraud on the court. So I look. Go ahead. I just say one other one thing on Tapuakh breaks there. You know, he this thing about trusting the government in the context is very important in a criminal case when you file a search warrant or you get a wiretap everybody knows that the at the end there's going to be a prosecution where all of this information is going to be disclosed and the defense lawyers will get to pick it apart. So if anybody did something they shouldn't have done that'll be discovered the FIS of processes completely secret. It's covered by being classified information. And we have to rely on the government being you'll take forthright with the coup believe they did a service or a disservice to Carter page because I would argue that his fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. I believe they purposely consciously handed over false information repeatedly defies accord judges. I think they consciously hid the fact that there was circular reporting. I think they consciously hit. The fact that this was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the opposing candidate in this case. And I think is is it and this was their open door back door into the Trump campaign. And I think if I tried to thread the needle and e the way you're trying to thread the needle for these guys. I would be put in jail and even with you, Greg Dershowitz and every great and the great one, Mark Levin. I don't think I could get out of jail if I tried if I ever perpetrated such a fraud on any court. Yeah, we'll show. And I I think I've been pretty strong on the idea that this was not done properly. I'm I may be a little more hesitant than you guys to make assumptions about the stuff that we haven't seen yet. But I think there's no question that they we withheld critical information from the court, and as I've said again, and again, and again, you can't rely on somebody who has sourcing if you're asking the, but if the, but if they if they if they put in if they put in the document and the application paid for by. Hillary Clinton, and this is to get a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign associate and they put it in its proper context. So it was being fully disclosed to the judge. And if they put in there that we are not able to verify or corroborate such information because nobody did because if they did they wouldn't have put it in there because it's not corroborated to this day. If they would have said that to the judge what are the odds that they would have ever gotten the FIS application approved it would be zero. They wouldn't have gotten it would be zero or Sean what what are they did it inappropriately? They did it today did it because they thought that they they thought they wanted to get Trump, even then that's the only explanation that I can come up with right? They wanted the judge to sign the war. And it's like, you know, you tell the judge that the Russians have previously tried to recruit Carter page, and you don't tell them that. Oh, and by the way, Carter page cooperated with the government and the prosecution of the Russian spies. You know, you can't tell you can rely on. On somebody's credibility. You have to give the the courts both sides of the story you see a crime here. Greg jarrett. Oh, yeah. I see in fact in the book identified six potential crimes committed in the FIFA application. This is the problem with secret courts. Their star chambers is Andy points out the other side is represented, and you the other side even after the fact doesn't find out what's in these five hundred applications. This is a rare occurrence where we're now finding it out. And I hope that the president declassified four sets of documents because I think it will demonstrate that there was an even more grievous fraud perpetrated on the Pfizer court is there. Greg's book the Russia hoax, the elicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump. I look at the big picture. And this is what I see I see that. She violated the espionage act. She did have top secret. James Komi, laid it out himself on July fifth of two thousand sixteen classified information on her Email. She did arise and destroy subpoenaed materials by congress, and that would be the emails and to make extra shorts use bleach bid and the devices were destroyed and sim cards will removed then she did pay for the dossier with funneled money through a law firm into opera, an op research firm into a foreign national and he brought together Russian lies for the purpose of of influencing the American people's vote before the election, and it was disseminated by people intelligence community, Andy. And then it was used since then to bludgeon Donald Trump pretty much since the day that he won. And I'm asking you do you see that there's a double standard you see that? They gave Hillary a pass for things far worse than their even alleging with Donald Trump. Yeah. I say that Shawn. And I've said it again, and again, and I and I'll put it this way. You know, look, this Clinton was never convicted of anything. She's never charged with anything she's entitled under the car. Institution to the presumption of innocence. But I would dare based on what we know give her a pass. Did they give her a crass? I believe they gave her a and not charging are. But my point is even if you allow her the presumption of innocence anyone who looks at the way her case was handled and the way they've handled Trump cannot possibly say that the quality of Justice that.

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"komi andy" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on KTRH

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. So I think the biggest admission to come out of all this James call he actually admitted this it's a point. I made many times. That you know, when he went to Trump Tower, I think it was January sixth or seventh of twenty seventeen and it was still president elect Trump. And he went there with other intelligence officials to brief him on what they believe was attempts by which by the way, would've happened under Obama's watch. Everyone wants to forget that part but attempts to the Russians to influence America's elections. Now, they've been many studies that have all said the same thing it didn't impact the voting of the American people, but they wanted to brief the president. And a decision was made the James call me alone would make the president aware of this dossier and he referred to it as salacious in unverified. Now, it's interesting about it. If it was salacious and unverified. Why did he sign off back in October? If the bulk of information provided in the FIS application as the newness and Grassley Graham, memo's point out is the dossier. The Hillary bought and paid for Russian dossier put together by a foreign national who won't even stand. By the dossier himself. This now raises an awful lot of questions because even rod Rosenstein in may of this year gave some very strong gave out a very stringent requirements. If you're going to apply for a warrant, here's what he said. The way we operate in the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence and credible. Witnesses need to prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. Now. There's a lot of talk about Pfizer applications, and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what a five applicator application is actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to Pfizer search warrant, you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears that the information. The affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong. Sometimes it is if you find out there's anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences. But James Komi Andy McCarthy who signed onto the first FIS application now admits that they never verified what Grassley Graham and Nunez. Tell us is the bulk of information in the application, we already know that and he made a flimsy answer to this before congress on Friday. We also know that they never informed the court that Hillary Clinton bought and paid for this dossier, rather tiny footnote that it might have a political tinge to it that seems to me, and I'll use the language that I believe is appropriate that they committed a knowingly committed a fraud on a Pfizer court, not once but four separate times because they never verified any of the contents that was used to obtain this warrant, and it was McCabe himself who said there wouldn't be a Fiso warrant without the dossier. It will show on a couple of things on that. The what Rosenstein is talking about in terms of who signs the applications? The way that FIS a works. Komi did sign off on it. But he signs off as the director of the FBI is representation is not the same as the career investigator. Who's actually like the case agent who signs off on this? Now that doesn't mean that if it's not verified that Komi should be able to comfortably sign that. It's verified because if something is not verifying you telling the court that it is very verified that is fraudulent, and I think for that was fraudulent in another Senate because they use circular reporting. No knowing that Steele was leaking. And the Isikoff information came from Christopher Steele. So you know, there's multiple layers of fraud here as well. And also, you know, Rosenstein, said about you know, if you find if you file your affidavit, then you find out something was wrong. There could be serious consequences. What are the consequences is supposed to be you? Go back to the court and correct the record which to my knowledge, they did not do with respect to steal. So they kick them out of the. Investigation for lying, and as far as I know as far as what we've been able to see they did not go back to the court and tell him that not only that in their in their renewal applications. They use the same unverified information white, and I I should have been a lawyer, Andy, I don't know I'm trying to be a lawyer here. Play one on radio. You're doing great, Sean. You'll be speaking Latin by the end of the by the end of the day. I know not understand right. But, but I think the other thing to bear in mind here is what I what I hear director Comey doing in his testimony is trying to kinda reformulate what verified means so the idea would be they got the information from steel and even though steals own sources were not verified by the bureau. They believed steel because they had prior good experience with him in connection with the racketeering base. Even though they fired him November. I twenty sixteen for lying and leaking Greg Jarrett. Yeah, it'd be you know, nobody should have ever believed anything in steals dossier, just on read true. And it's it's laughable it's all based on anonymous sources double triple quadruple hearsay. And as you pointed out on many occasions, even steal himself. It. Admits that it wasn't worth the paper. It was Wendy. What is the data that interrogatory that he wouldn't stand by his own dossier because that's key? I it's in my book. I don't have the exact date. But I, you know, I searched through British court documents and found it, but the the point is that Pfizer court is twelve judges. But they operate on a weekly basis of one judge who comes into Washington DC. They have on average twenty eight applications a week. So they generally don't hold hearings. So that means they just take paper submissions from the FBI the department of Justice, they trust those individuals like comu-, McCabe engaged in Rosenstein to be honest and forthright. It's clear to me from the documents that they were deceiving. The judge is in concealing vital evidence to me that's a fraud on the court. So I look at this juncture, go ahead. I just say one other one thing on Tapuakh breaks out there. You know, he this thing about trusting the government in the context is very important in a criminal case when you file a search warrant or you get a wiretap everybody knows that at the end there's going to be a prosecution where all of this information is going to be disclosed and the defense lawyers will get to pick it apart. So if anybody did something they shouldn't have done that will be discovered the fives of processes completely secret. It's covered by being classified information. And we have to rely on the government being you'll take anything forthright with the cooler believe they did a service or a disservice to Carter page because I would argue that his fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. I believe they purposely consciously handed over false information repeatedly Biza court judges, I think they consciously hid the fact that there was circular reporting. I think they consciously hid the fact that this was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the opposing candidate in this case. And I think is a is it and this was their open door back door into the Trump campaign. And I think if I tried to thread the needle and either way you're trying to thread the needle for these guys. I would be put in jail and even with you, Greg Dershowitz and every great and the great one, Mark Levin. I don't think I could get out of jail if I tried if I ever perpetrated such a fraud on any court, we'll show, and I I think I've been pretty strong on the idea that this was not done properly. I'm I may be a little more hesitant than you guys to make assumptions about the stuff that we haven't seen yet. But I think there's no question that they withheld critical information from the court, and as I've said again, and again, and again, you can't rely on somebody who has sources if you're asking. But if the. But I think if they put in if they put in the document and the application paid for by Hillary Clinton, and this is to get a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign associate and they put it in its proper context. So it was being fully disclosed to the judge. And if they put in there that we are not able to verify or corroborate such information because nobody did because if they did they wouldn't have put it in there because it's not corroborated to this day. If they would have said that to the judge what are the odds that they would have ever gotten the FIS application approved it would be zero. They wouldn't have gotten it. It would be zero or whether they did it inappropriately. They did it today did it because they thought that they they thought they wanted to get Trump, even then that's the only explanation that I can come up with right? They wanted the judge to sign the warrant. It's like, you know, you tell the judge does the Russians have previously tried to recruit Carter page, and you don't tell them that. Oh, and by the way Carter page. Cooperated with the government and the prosecution of the Russian spies. You know, you can't tell you rely on somebody's credibility. You have to give the the courts both sides of the story you see a crime here. Greg jarrett. Oh, yeah. I see in fact in the book identify six potential crimes committed in the FIFA application. This is the problem with secret courts. Their star chambers is Andy points out the other side is represented, and you the other side even after the fact doesn't find out what's in these five hundred applications. This is a rare occurrence where we're now finding it out. And I hope that the president de classifies four sets of documents because I think it will demonstrate that there was an even more grievous fraud perpetrated on the Pfizer court is there. Greg's book the Russia hoax, the elicit scheme to clear Hillary Clinton frame Donald Trump. I look at the big picture. And this is what I see see that. She violated the espionage act. She did have top secret James, call me laid it out himself on July fifth of two thousand sixteen classified information on her Email. She did a race and destroy subpoenaed materials by congress, and that would be the emails and to make extra shorts use bleach bid and the devices were destroyed and sim cards will removed then she did pay for the dossier with funneled money through a law firm into opera, an research firm into a foreign national and he brought together Russian lies for the purpose of of influencing the American people's vote before the election, and it was disseminated by people the intelligence community, Andy. And then it was used since then to bludgeon Donald Trump pretty much since the day that he won. And I'm asking you do you see that there's a double standard you see that? They gave Hillary a pass for things are worse than their even alleging with Donald Trump. Yeah, I say that Shawn. And I've said it again, and again, and I and I'll put it this way. You know, look, this is Clinton was never convicted of anything. She's never charged with anything. She's entitled under the constitution to the presumption of innocence. But I would dare at based on what we know. Did they give her a pass? Did they give her a crass? I think they I believe they gave her a pass and not charging. But my point is even if you allow her the presumption of innocence anyone who looks at the way her case was handled and the way they've handled Trump cannot possibly say that the quality of Justice that both got were was equal. It's ju-..

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"komi andy" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on KNSS

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. So I think the biggest admission to come out of all this James, call me he actually admitted this it's a point. I made many times. That you know, when he went to Trump Tower, I think it was January sixth or seventh of twenty seventeen and it was still president elect Trump. And he went there with other intelligence officials to brief him on what they believe was attempts by which by the way would have happened under Obama's watch. Everyone wants to forget that part but attempts to the Russians to influence America's elections. Now, they've been many studies that have all said the same thing it didn't impact the voting of the American people, but they wanted to brief the president. And a decision was made the James call me alone would make the president aware of this dossier, and he referred to it as salacious and unverified. Now, what's interesting about it? If it was salacious and unverified. Why did he sign off back in October? If the bulk of information provided in the FIS application as the newness and Grassley Graham, memo's point out is the dossier. The Hillary bought and paid for Russian dossier put together by a foreign national who won't even stay. And by the dossier himself. This now raises an awful lot of questions because even rod Rosenstein, and may of this year gave some very strong gave out a very stringent requirements. If you're going to apply for a warrant, here's what he said. The way we operate in the department of Justice if we can accuse somebody of wrongdoing we have to have admissible evidence and credible. Witnesses to prepare to prove our case in court, and we have to fix our signature to the charging document. That's something that not everybody appreciates. Now. There's a lot of talk about Pfizer applications, and many people that I see talking about it seem not to recognize what a FIS applicator applications actually a warrant. Just like a search warrant in order to Pfizer search warrant, you need an affidavit signed by a career federal law enforcement officer who swears the information. The affidavit is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that's the way we operate. And if it's wrong. Sometimes it is if you find out this anything incorrect in there that person is going to face consequences. But James Komi Andy McCarthy who signed onto the first FIS application now admits that they never verified what Grassley grandma Nunez. Tell us is the bulk of information in the application, we already know that and he made a flimsy answer to this before congress on Friday. We also know that they never informed the court that Hillary Clinton bought and paid for this dossier, rather tiny footnote that it might have a political tinge to it that seems to me, and I'll use the language that I believe is appropriate that they committed a knowingly committed a fraud on a Pfizer court, not once but four separate times because they never verified any of the contents that was used to obtain this warrant, and it was McCabe himself who said there wouldn't be a Fiso warrant without the dossier that will show on a couple of things on that the what Rosenstein is talking about in terms of who signs the applications. The way that FIS a works. Combing did sign off on it. But he signs off as the director of the FBI is representation is not the same as the career investigator. Who's actually like the case agent who signs off on this? Now that doesn't mean that it's not verified that Komi should be able to comfortably sign that. It's verified because if something is not verifying you telling the court that it is very verified that is fraudulent, and I think for that was fraudulent in another sense because they use circular reporting. No knowing that Steele was leaking. And the Isikoff information came from Christopher Steele. So you know, there's multiple layers of fraud here as well. And also, you know, Rosenstein, said about you know, if you find if you file your affidavit, then you find out something was wrong. There could be serious consequences. What are the consequences is supposed to be you? Go back to the court and correct the record which to my knowledge, they did not do with respect to steal. So they kicked them out. The investigation for lying, and as far as I know as far as what we've been able to see they did not go back to the court and tell him that not only that in their in their renewal applications. They use the same unverified information white, and I should have been a lawyer, Andy, I don't know. I'm trying to be a lawyer hear him play one on radio. You're doing great, Sean. You'll be speaking Latin by the end of the by the end of the day. No, no, no, don't understand. Right. But I, but I think the other thing to bear in mind here is what I what I hear director. Call me doing in his testimony is trying to kinda reformulate verified means. So the idea would be they got the information from steel and even though steals own sources were not verified by the bureau. They believed steel because they had prior good experience with him in connection with the racketeering base. Even though they fired him November. I twenty sixteen for lying and leaking Greg Jarrett. Yeah, it'd be you know, nobody should have ever believed anything in steals dossier, just one read through and it's it's laughable. It's all based on anonymous sources double triple quadruple hearsay. And as you pointed out on many occasions, even stealing so admits that it wasn't worth the paper. It was Wendy. What does the data that interrogatory that he wouldn't stand by his own dossier because that's key? I it's in my book. I don't have the exact date. But I, you know, I searched through British court documents and found it, but the the point is that Pfizer court is twelve judges. But they operate on a weekly basis of one judge who comes into Washington DC. They have on average twenty eight applications a week. So they generally don't hold hearings. So that means they just take paper submissions from the FBI the department of Justice, they trust those individuals like me and McCabe engaged in Rosenstein to be honest and forthright. It's clear to me from the documents that they were deceiving. The judge isn't concealing vital evidence to me that's a fraud on the court. So I look. I just say one other one thing on top of what Greg Brexit there. You know, he he this thing about trusting the government in the context is very important in a criminal case when you file a search warrant or you get a wiretap everybody knows that the at the end there's going to be a prosecution where all of this information is going to be disclosed and the defense lawyers will get to pick it apart. So if anybody did something they shouldn't have done that'll be discovered the five processes completely secret. It's covered by being classified information. And we have to rely on the government being. Forthright with you believe they did a service or a disservice to Carter page because I would argue that his fourth amendment rights to unreasonable search and seizure. I believe they purposely consciously handed over false information repeatedly visor accord judges I think they consciously hid the fact that there was circular reporting. I think they consciously hid the fact that this was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton the opposing candidate in this case. And I think is there is it and this was their open door back door into the Trump campaign. And I think if I tried to thread the needle and e the way you're trying to thread the needle for these guys. I would be put in jail and even with you, Greg Dershowitz and every great in the great one, Mark Levin. I don't think I could get out of jail if I tried if I ever perpetrated such a fraud on any court. Yeah, we'll show. And I think I've been pretty strong on the idea that this was not done properly. I'm I may be a little more hesitant than you guys to make assumptions about the stuff that we haven't seen yet. But. I think there's no question that they withheld critical information from the court, and as I've said again, and again, and again, you can't rely on somebody who has sourcing if you're asking the, but if the, but they if they if they put in if they put in the document and the application paid for by Hillary Clinton, and this is to get a warrant to spy on Trump campaign associate and they put it in its proper context. So it was being fully disclosed to the judge. And if they put in there that it we are not able to verify or corroborate such information because nobody did because if they did they wouldn't have put it in there because it's not corroborated to this day. If they would have said that to the judge what are the odds that they would have ever gotten the FIS application approved it would be zero. They wouldn't have gotten it. It would be zero or what they did it inappropriately. They did it today did it because they thought that they they thought. They wanted to get Trump. Even then that's the only explanation that I can come up with right? They wanted the judge to sign the war. And it's like, you know, you tell the judge does the Russians have previously tried to recruit Carter page, and you don't tell them that. Oh, and by the way, Carter page cooperated with the government and the prosecution of the Russian spies. You know, you can't tell if you can rely on somebody's credibility. You have to give the courts both sides of the story you see a crime here. Greg jarrett. Oh, yeah. I see in fact in the book identified six potential crimes committed in the FIFA application. This is the problem with secret courts. Their star chambers is Andy points out the other side is represented, and you the other side even after the fact doesn't find out what's in these five to applications. This is a rare occurrence where we're now finding it out. And I hope that the president declassified four sets of documents. Because I think it will demonstrate that there was an even more agreed just fraud perpetrated on the Pfizer court is there. Greg's book the Russia hoax the elicit scheme to clear Hillary Clinton framed Donald Trump. I look at the big picture. And this is what I see I see that. She violated the espionage act. She did have top secret James, call me laid it out himself on July fifth of two thousand sixteen classified information on her Email. She did a race and destroy subpoenaed materials by congress, and that would be the emails and to make extra shorts use bleach bid and the devices were destroyed and sim cards will removed then she did pay for the dossier with funneled money through a law firm into opera, an op research firm into a foreign national and he brought together Russian lies for the purpose of of influencing the American people's vote before the election, and it was disseminated by people at the intelligence community, Andy. And then it was used since then to bludgeon Donald Trump pretty much since the. The day that he won. And I'm asking you. Do you see that there's a double standard you see that? They gave Hillary a pass for things are worse than their even alleging with Donald Trump. Yeah. I say that Shawn. And I've said it again, and again, and I and I'll put it this way. You know, look, this is Clinton was never convicted of anything. She she's never charged with anything, she's entitled under the constitution to the presumption of innocence. But I would dare based on what we know. Did they give her a pass? Did they give her a crass? I think they get I believe they gave her a pass and not charging are my point is even if you allow her the presumption of innocence anyone who looks at.

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"komi andy" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"To be the epitome of arbitrary and capricious based on speech hashtag aspirin, thanks for you. The hashtag Matthew. So that's a very good question. And I have a bunch of things to say about it. As you'll hear in the conversation coming up with Jeremy bash. We spent quite a bit of time talking about the basics of security clearances and how information is classified and the different levels of classification. But because this is the world we live in now newsbreaks in a constant basis right after I tape it interview with Jeremy was the news that the president looks like he's considering stripping the security clearances from a number of people, including Jim Komi, Andy McCabe, John Brennan and some others. Now, as you say, people security clearances get removed all the time. And generally speaking, when people leave office, they lose their security clearance. I don't believe I any longer have security clearance. Maybe I do. I'm not aware of it. I don't expect to have it. I don't expect to be ridden on any classified information going forward because I left that that office there has been an exception as maybe you've been reading about and seeing on TV last few days for people who are very high up in the intelligence community so that they can give. The benefit of their experience and expertise and knowledge to their successors. So it's not something that's supposed to be a benefit to the person who continues to retain security clearance after the office because why would you do that? The reason we have it and the reason it's been afforded to a lot of people including folks like James Clapper, who I think has had continuous security clearance at the highest level for multiple decades. It's to allow current officials to read people in who have had those positions before and say, hey, we'd like to get the benefit of your wisdom and how we should have dealt with this issue or this crisis or this phenomenon better. And there are people need Tilden's community who have as a pro Bono matter on the side while they have other jobs after leaving office have formed working groups and gotten together and done sort of informal commissions. And the only reason they can provide that expertise and wisdom back to the government that used to employ them is to retain some security clearance. So you know, it's like something yourself in the eye despite someone else. So it doesn't make a lot of sense. And the second point is. You're absolutely right. There may be a first amendment challenge. I don't know. There's some lawyers including lawyer for any McCabe was suggested on social media that there's a first amendment problem here. If you decide to change the policy and decided you wanted to make sure that every former official no longer has a security clearance because that's a national security issue or it's bad policy and you decide as a blanket manner to do that, you know, maybe that's why maybe it's not, but that seems okay. But this is just the most recent manifestation of something president continues to do in other areas, and that is he singles out only his critics. You know, he singles out only the press outlets that he doesn't like he singles out only the former officials, they doesn't like and tries to figure out ways to punish them. The funny part about all this to these anything here can be funny, there's as Jim Komi has made clear through Ben witness this week and maybe other outlets he doesn't even have a security clearance. So you know, Trump and Sarah Huckabee Sanders and made a big deal of trying to take something away from somebody out of spite. And anger in retaliation that they don't even have. So it's a grievous combined with comedic as a lot of things as president does are just to give you a sense of how outlandish it is to decide you wanna take some privilege away from people who have criticized you in how unusual that is somebody..

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"komi andy" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"komi andy" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Lime privilege rubber kosta why did this interview happened today was this a regular timed release of steam and what is the reaction been among allies of this president based on my reporting there are two tracks now against this muller investigation against the justice department and they're coming from the president's legal team with rudy giuliani meeting on tuesday with muller and bringing up james komi the former fbi director in that conversation brian asking muller to his face based on my conversations with sources familiar with that meeting about whether he sees call me as credible so you have the president's legal team challenging muller in muller's office and then at the same time you have mark meadows and other republican congressman challenging rod rosenstein to his face behind the scenes of the department of justice all of this is going on as the president talked with fox news that gives you the context of this ratcheting up of tensions on multiple fronts jeremy let's talk about your reaction when you hear this president go after institutions like the department of justice and as he put it corruption inside the fbi well three things struck me brian i he said it's my justice department no it's not the it's the american people's justice department second is he said i've tried to stay away from the justice department by won't for much longer implying that he's going to interfere in a criminal investigation into his own conduct and third is he said there's corruption at the highest levels of fbi in fact the fbi director chris wray is someone who he appointed and all the people who the president supposedly was concerned with jim komi andy mackay he fired and so the people who are still the fbi he's still saying they're corrupt it really does undermine their work they are on the frontlines trying to protect our country and the president is doing nothing but undermining them jennifer i often come to you for definitions of legal terms on behalf of our audience all of us lay people special master sounds.

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