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"manafort flynn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Got the charge on it. Multiple times. Brian that Michael Flynn. They did it. Michael Flynn at first of all, that's not true. It is true. Okay, hold on. Hold on. Just hold on for the second time after JJ. I call flan. Judge Sullivan tried to keep pushing, Michael Okay. Can we not talk? I want not that. I want to watch me. Not that I want to have been more than seconds on Michael Flynn. Anyone attached? Hold on a second. Hold on a second. Hold on a second. What you said is not factually accurate. Okay, Michael Flynn admitted admitted To pleading guilty to lying to the FBI. Now, if you know, Attorney General Bar. Do you know what the actual details aren't you know? I don't want to talk about Michael Flynn. I don't. I'm sorry. I just don't want to. I mean, so you can. Okay, fine. I really don't want to spend more than 10. Seconds on, Flynn. We got so many other things I just said I didn't. I didn't bring up Flynn. You did. I don't want to talk about. I brought a people close to trump that are being taken down in some situations with very live it. So if you think you find so if he considered to be lying to the FBI, if you say right, did you go to the bathroom? That's no problem. I'll say so if you think OK, so I would say, And they prove that the answer is yes. I will say that it was there like the FBI is much more complicated than you think. So I will just say defrauding donors. By hundreds of thousands of dollars and allegedly using it for personal gain is not going to the bathroom. So let me just be clear on that. That's what Bannon was charged with. It's a serious crime. It's a serious charge, and I think it's a little bit more serious than going to the bathroom. Whenever you don't like somebody and they're charged or they're accused of something. You always always believe that it's true. You notice that who have I said that I lie, everybody, every single person that's that's connected to Donald Trump Anything Donald Trump Any anything. Manafort, Manafort Flynn and anybody associated with the trump campaign support Trump you defend? You know anyone? No, I'm not defending. I'm not. So I'm just saying he's going to plead not guilty. Okay, give me an example. On the other side. You're saying that he's been there isn't one Whenever someone attached to trump you mean example on the other side, So you're not listening? You always believe that it's true. Okay, so your personal bias overtakes the love that everybody So let me go on the other side to prove you wrong once again and you're saying things that are completely found, okay? I can talk, Please, saying things that are completely factually inaccurate. Let's go on the other side of things. Can you give me an example of somebody that was charged with a crime that I like that? I defended If you think I'm biased, I'm asking you a very specific question because you just gave put a claim out there. That is not true. Can you get is true brother, So so answer my question and I will ask it one more time to answer my questions. I will ask you one more time. It's not cancer. My question and I will ask you one more time connection. Listen again. The second. Listen again, I will ask you now for the second time. If you could listen, Can you give me an example of somebody on the other side? Maybe somebody that I like, or somebody that you think I like because they're Democrats. That was charged with a crime that I defended exhaust Lee defended because you think I'm on the left and you give me one example difference between Let's move on to exhaust love defended Brian. All I'm saying is give me one example. Anyone attached to Trump The one example in somewhere when something happens. You think it's because he's you think it's because you always believed that that person did something. Everything. Give me an example. You never get that first. Is the dumbest out. Okay, so it's just reality. Okay, This isn't defined. Okay, this is no, It's not fine. This is the dumbest argument I've ever had on radio. I know you want to do 45 minutes and talk about Michael Flynn. Why don't you know that's very important for about five like they decided to run. There's other things that I would rather talk about right now. You when you give an example like that, and you say I defend everybody are I go after everybody that is charged with a crime in the Trump administration. I'm asking you if I could just spend all life I can just finish without you interrupting me. I ask you a very specific question. Can you give me an example of somebody on the other side? Because I know you think I'm a liberal. Can you get me Didn't say you were looking for Bryan said that before you said that before in there if I could finish my statement playing if I can finish my state or bias, Okay, if if I'm biased, and I'm gonna ask the question now, for the third time, which you still have not answered. If you think I'm bias, Can you give me one example of somebody on the other side that maybe hates Trump? That's a Democrat or liberal that has been charged with a crime that I have defended to the end. One example. Again defending to the end is not now. Okay. Just defended. Just defend. Just defended can answer the question. What I said about I just said Steve Bannon, he may or may not be guilty. But every can't answer the question every single person attached to trump that people have gone after him, obviously, And here's the thing. I mean, it's no coincidence. Here's the thing about five days before the election, So here's how it is now. Okay? It's nothing. It's okay. So sure. Steve Bannon did nothing wrong. You're right. Maybe he did do some. I'm sure it was completely innocent of these were made up charges..

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

10:56 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"All right welcome back. Let's hit the analysis of section. I'm Jay as John on page one thirty one and let's begin with the obstructive act as we always do we don't want I I think the reason we don't mix these up Jordan. It has something something to do with what you're saying. The Obstructive Act begs the next which begs the intent and so I think that's Kinda the order and that's why he put them in this order smart smart fella see so so the president's actions towards witnesses in the special counsel investigation would qualify as obstructive if they had the natural tendency to prevent particular witnesses from testifying truthfully or otherwise Hawaii would have the effect of influencing delaying or preventing their testimony to law enforcement so he defines that and with regards to flynn the president sent private and public messages to flint encouraging him to stay strong and conveying that the president still cared about him. I still care she thinks I still care pair. I don't watch swingers the other night sorry so he did that before he began before. Flynn began to cooperate with the government when Flynn's attorney's withdrew from the joint defense agreement with the President Signaling Flynn was potentially cooperating with the government trump's personal council initially reminded Flynn's Council of the President's warm feelings towards Flynn and said that that still remains but when Flynn's Council when Flynn's Council reiterated that Flynn could no longer share information under a joint defense agreement the personal counsel stated dated that decision would be interpreted as reflecting Flynn's hostility toward. I'm GonNa tell on you basically and that sequence of events could have had the potential to affect Flint's decision to cooperate as well as the extent of that cooperation because of privilege issues however we could not determine whether the president was personally involved called in or knew about the specific message his council delivered to Flynn's council so basically we can't check off the Flynn Obstructive Act box because we can't prove because of privilege and this is one of those things were were muller was like people didn't cooperate they plead the fifth they invoked privilege. This is one of those instances awesome because of privilege. They couldn't determine that trump knew about the message that voicemail that dowd left yeah that privilege saves him it did so so the joint defense agreement was the reason why Flynn's lawyer said they couldn't hand over documents to trump because it would implicate the other folks that were involved in the joint defense agreement. We'll win flint pulled out of the joint defense agreement and was cooperating with the government. That's why Flynn couldn't give any information to trump because they're no longer in the joint defense agreement because we're we're cooperating now and we can't tell you anything got it and and so when dowd left that voicemail basically threatening you know you don't want me to tell on you. Let me put put this in starker terms. We need to know what's going on. You have to tell us what you're telling him and he's like I can't tell you it's we aren't joint defense agreement anymore. We're cooperating with the government. It's part of the cooperation deal. Who is he in the joint venture with sorry? I'm blanking and trotting. Oh Okay trump manafort flynn all those fuckers joint defense agreement. Okay got it so long ago yet a long time ago so anyway because of the the the the couldn't prove of because first of all they didn't interview trump and second of all because of you know lying Liars River Bridge Yeah. They couldn't prove that trump knew that doubt left that voicemail for Flynn's lawyer yeah sure he did but they they don't have that evidence so we can't check the box for this for Flynn for obstructive acts but manafort on the other hand Muller reiterates all the things trump had said to the public throughout his indictment manafort indictment trial conviction is guilty plea his plea agreement his breach of his plea agreement we've already covered that in detail and then Muller says there is evidence evidence the president's actions had the potential to influence manafort's decisions whether to cooperate with the government or not muller then says the president's public statements during the manafort trial also had the potential to influence -fluenced the trial jury on the second day of trial for example the president called the prosecution a terrible situation and a hoax and that continues to stay in our country and referred to Manafort the fort as a Reagan Dole Darling who is serving solitary confinement even though he was convicted of nothing and those statements were widely picked up by the press while jurors were instructed not to watch or read the news stories about the case and presumed to follow those instructions the president's statements during the trial generated substantial media coverage that could have reached jurors if they happen to see the statements or learn about them from others and the president's statements during jury deliberations that Manafort happens to be a very good person and it's very sad what they've done to him had the potential to influence jurors who learned of the statements which the president made just as jurors were considering whether or not to convict to require him so because manafort had a trial and there was a jury now you're Talkin Doc and obstruction of justice or obstructive act and changes the game and then Muller addresses the stone stuff but that's all redacted and I particularly think it would ah influence the stone stuff because stone is going to trial and so that is same along the lines of Manafort but Flynn not so much flynn didn't have a trial and we couldn't prove that that voice mail was left that dangling pardon voicemail that trump knew about it so check the boxes for obstructive act for Manafort for sure stone I think but that's all redacted then we're on the next to a preceding and muller concluded that the President's actions toward Flynn manafort and redacted stone appear to have been connected to an official proceeding for all all three dudes so check that box on the nexus for all three and then onto intent muller says evidence concerning the President's intent related to Flynn is inconclusive as as previously noted because of privilege we do not have evidence establishing whether the president knew about or was involved in this communications with Flynn Council from dowd seems seems like if Dow didn't tell his client that he was doing that that that he be disbarred for that but it seems like a big ethical problem you have a whole administration evidence concerning the conduct towards Manafort does indicate trump intended to encourage manafort not to cooperate with the government before manafort was convicted. The president repeatedly stated that Manafort had been treated unfairly one after Manafort was convicted on eight felony charges and potentially faced a lengthy prison term. The president said the MANAFORT was a brave man for refusing to break and that flipping almost ought to be outlawed and at the same time although the president had privately told aides he didn't like manafort publicly called Manafort a good man and said he had a wonderful family and when the president was asked whether he was considering a pardon the president did not respond directly and instead said had great respect for what Manafort's done in terms of what he's gone through the president added some of the charges ages they threw against him every consultant. Every lobbyist in Washington probably does in light of the President Councils pre the president's Council's previous statements that the investigations might get cleaned up with some pardons and pardon would be possible. If the president comes to the conclusion you've been treated unfairly the evidence supports the inference that the president intended Manafort to believe he could get a pardon which would make cooperation with the government unnecessary so here's muller telling US flat out they dangled a pardon that could influence manafort that is the show that that proves tent right Melissa than addresses Manafort's intent in making public statements about him during his trial and says that some evidence shows he intended influence the jury so here we are back on the jury but there are alternative explanations for his statements including he might have genuinely felt bad for Paulie walnuts and even though that's inconclusive Muller's seems to indicate there is evidence of intent to stop Manafort from cooperating so that alone would appear to check the intent box for Manafort then of course we have the redacted part about stone so in summary No the president's conduct toward manafort checks all three boxes his conduct toward Flynn checks the nexus box but not the obstructive act or intent and we don't know about stone. Honestly I think it might check yeah. I think probably checks at least one box. I think checks the nexus I don't know about intent or obstructive act and you know this is y y you know we don't know about stone and that's why the house dams have petitioned the court to get the unredacted report this stuff about stone here and probably one of the things that they want to see and all the underlying lying evidence along with the grand jury material so they can make determinations on obstruction for the redacted stuff like this and once the trial is over and the impeachment hearings began. I assume we will get the answer to whether the president's conduct towards stone amounted to obstruction of justice like I said based on the analysis of the evidence I assume it will trump's statement about stone could have influenced the jury but the obstructive truck at criteria coup seems up in the air to me but the intent on the stone stuff is clear to me. At least I'm guessing we should tell you if you're listening to twenty years from now that since our last installment of this series since part sixteen the House dams have decided to vote on Judiciary Committee rules that match that of the Nixon impeachment and we're about to begin full blown impeachment impeachment hearings although we have not voted on a resolution to open an impeachment inquiry but during Watergate they didn't take that step until after five months of of having hearings so that might be where we're at so that's part seventeen how you feel who good yeah yeah a lot of information even though we talked about so much of it. It's still so heavy yeah. There's there's just some stuff in here that we had wasn't publicly reported like Manafort telling gates don't plead man. We're going to get pardoned but don't use the word pardon right. We haven't heard about that yeah or if it was we missed it so join US next week for part eighteen sections K and l pages one thirty four to one fifty eight does the final two sections before we get to section three and four the legal defenses in the conclusions along with the back matter which has all the appendices matter. I thought about nine year yeah back matter any final thoughts person myself yeah no not really. It's all pretty straightforward yeah. He covers everything pretty. Well Yeah Yeah so just to clarify How many more more Moola reports do you think we'll do? Some people have been requesting. We go back to the book reports. They have like a lot of suggestions. I think we have three more to kgo eight hundred nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I think we have three more to go but we may be able to get the last two with sections three four and the conclusions along with the the back matter we may be able to get those all into one episode so we might be able to get get it done in two episodes but three at the most nice I'm enjoying the ride but yeah there's a lot of suggestions. There are so many books that I wanted to prove conspiracy next need to be honest and then you know we also want to release to the public which was only previously released to patrons our coverage of the threat by Andrew McCabe because that is a very pertinent and relevant story at one in these times and that could take a seven episodes will take seven episodes because that's how many recorded if you're not a patron and you want early access to all this ad free daily beans and stuff like that you can sign the patriots dot com slash Miller. She wrote or Dot com slash the daily beans..

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

12:12 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Let me tell you. That's the kind of. That's dumbing down American putting your toy. Could it be in the midst of a? Right wing terrorism spree. You want to have. Terrorism expert and Russia expert when you're in the midst of just having digest to the mullahs report on top of all the awful news this weekend. Malcolm Nance on that wall for us America live in studio. Yeah, we were. We were just talking more about the synagogue shooter this in out here in California. Of course. So we thank God. We were saying his rifle jammed apparently his air fifteen or I guess this would have been a lot worse. And you can you can get a fifteen in California. They just have to be California compliant. Yeah. Yeah. Comes six months after the massacre at the tree of life. Of course, I in apparent manifesto posted online he drew inspiration TAC from that tragedy and the mosque shootings in New Zealand in March. Yeah. And then, of course, all the gun nuts right on cue, right? By the way, as the NRA is imploding. That was my favorite story to fight couldn't happen. Cancer into Bola. Will we just said I think suddenly gentlemen dual them fight? Who two more odious individuals? You cannot right over north and Wayne LaPierre Dana Loesch to be in between them waving the Hanky. When it's time to start just in case. And then state of New York subpoenaed all their financial records. I believe is upset about this morning. They are going to break them. It's hard to pick a winner in that one fight fight to gun running. You know, I could just say something about that. I I'm a gun owner. I own a lot of guns because I used to practice with weapons systems that I would use overseas when I was in the military, I was in the intelligence community, but there are no gun organizations, which advocate common sense, right? I mean, I used to be an NRA member until I started getting their mailings. They are gray. Yeah. It used to be gun safety safety training class. Yeah. Yeah. Now, you know with that whole Charlton Heston era. It was they're coming to kill you and take your guns to use against your family. Yeah. And by the way, they're doing the whole good guy with a gun thing because an off-duty border patrol agent fired at the shooter while he was fleeing. But missed I'm not sure how that that. Okay. Credit, but that's one. That didn't stop all the murders this week, and that's a trained. That's a trained man with a web firearm there. Yeah. In a manifesto published online. You described plans to kill Jews referring himself as an anti Semite and white supremacist. He confessed to setting the Maas fire as you mentioned earlier a month ago. Wow. That's a lot of hate every I mean, it all goes together. And then it's usual. What do I always say Travis what did they all have in common misogyny? Thank you pill. Right. The red pill movement on eight Chan revolves around the idea of men's rights anti-feminism, the all right? Earl SU there from the center of extremism at USC where I'm going to speak tomorrow. He's a former FBI guy FBI swat, he, and I were exchanging text the other day about the intersection we need to study the intersection between in cells involuntary celebrates and these Neo Nazi right wing white supremacist shooters. There is a great commonality because they also, you know, so you can even throw women into that category of these mass murderers who were using various ideologies. Yeah. All right. Let's talk Muller report. 'cause I just finally finished it I travel for you. When we first of all, we've had the show to do with these crazy news cycles. So so I haven't had a chance to get it. You know, because it's a lot right? I mean, it's dense Dylan give me book reports on it. Malcolm. I don't wanna hear. Here's a little Mike crazy chicken scratching. It's what we said. Right. Chris we were talking about it's not just the obstruction. We know about. That's right. I mean, they're all of these instances how about this one just ones that jumped out at me. So in January twenty eighteen men for toll gates he had talked to the president personally, the president's council personally, they were going to take care of us. I mean there is so much mob speak throughout this whole thing. Manafort Flynn, Kate so much, pardon dangling witness tampering. I mean, a sixteen different ones of obstruction. Right. I mean as proceedings against Manafort progress in court, president told rob porter. He never liked Manafort, and the Manafort, I mean, this is the other thing why is anyone loyal to this person? He's like phys great things about Cohen Cohen flips. And then he would have. Very unfair. He's a fine, man. And then behind closed doors. He's like, oh, I never liked him. Anyway, everything Trump touches does. Yeah. If you if you get associated with them, you're finished he told Puerto Rico didn't like Manafort metaphor didn't know what he was doing during the camp doing on the campaign. Yeah. For the president discussed with aids. What Manafort might be cooperating about with Muller about. And I love this. Whether they had any information that would be harmful to the president same thing with Flynn, right obvious that that means that's that's what's the word consciousness of guilt. Same thing with the on the phone message that the the attorney left for Flynn when Flynn withdrew from the joint defense agreement. Trump's attorney left a message talking about Trump's warm feelings toward Flynn, and these continue yada, yada. But they said, hey, we we would like a heads up. If Lynn knows information, which implicates the president. Obviously since information that could implicate the president's get literally in on a phone messages to give us a heads up. If Flynn has information that the president what kills me about the Flynn situation when he made the five telephone calls. They threw in a fluff up in the air to where you could not definitively say that Trump gave those orders to make that call. I've read it. I still can't tell who whether flinches did it on his own or not because it doesn't it says that he spoke to people, right? You know, what I mean that right there those two I can't remember the exact wording here wanted to know whether Manafort had any information that would be harmful to the president. If you know that there is nothing that in-coming implicate you or is harmful to you. I mean, clearly anyway, okay. What is this this part of the president has no more right than any other citizen to impede official proceedings by corrupting by corruptly, implying trying to affect witness testimony over and over Muller. Right. I mean is pretty clear. It's right. But in the end, he left it up to congress. Right. And then what you find out is that Bob Bill bar came in as a constantly area. Who came in to kill this thing with the now, we know the assistance of rob Rosenstein, and they did it Trump has successfully corrupted the Justice department. I mean, that's my personal opinion. But I see it now it's there it's laid out bare we had to press conferences, one a memo and won a press conference and literally people for two weeks calling me a liar in a conspiracy theorist and don't believe anything that we ever learn even Russia came out the next day and said Bill. Bar exonerated us. Yeah. When it's four hundred forty eight pages of your guilty. But he would not but Muller didn't call it. He let the words speak for themselves. Not knowing that this guy would jump in between them. Now. Of course, if it was me, I would never I would have been called my own press conference. And I would have said if I didn't say it. It's a lie. Yeah. Right. But Muller is too much of a boy scout. Well, wasn't Eliot Ness. Like, we thought he was what is the other is the conclusion that congress may apply the obstruction laws to the president's corrupt exercise of the powers of the office accords with our constitutional system of checks and balances and the principle that no person is above the law. Sounds pretty definitive to me. I yeah. This part the briefing where mcgann's cheap. What's her name? Anne. Mcgann's chief of staff. Anyway. Pretty talks about and I think what about what your bird. This is one after a classified briefing, and he gave the White House a heads up. And then she'll we all of president is in panic slash chaos. Need binders about Russia to put in front of bodus again? We need panic and chaos if you know, did you ever think we'd have to apologize? The Devin Nunes about something. Dirtbag in this whole thing Burke came was was the president's man from go. So all of those press showing showing balance between the majority and minority leaders on that it's all fluff and show now, and we have the evidence regard written evidence. What what is the penalties supposed to be for that for leaking? What you learn gonna classified briefing to the target of the or the subject of the investigation or you're supposed to lose your clearance. But you know, again, these people were elected in elections mean that you give them clearance to do whatever it is that they're going to do in the old days apob him or shame. Yes, usually applied to these. And they would as men of honour step down from their positions. No. Now, they double triple quintupled down on we need the shame bell. Yeah. Exactly get one of those up Michelangelo in boulder you're on with now. Come hello. Good morning human being Hello people. Hello. Anchors up there cave. Hey shipmate. I gotta tell you that. I just got the report and I haven't cracked yet. 'cause I've got a lot of stuff to do have a ninety five year old that I take care of. But I just wanted to say that this point prime over the weekend here the heat was turning up the thermostat was going up. And I've looked at the nineteen seventeen espionage act, and I'm sure it's been revised several times and everything. But anytime somebody says, well, you know, it's gotta be we've got to be an active war. We've been in an active war since forever. And I at this point in time. I'd like to say that we need to take all the kitchen sinks and toilet yet. And everything thrown at us since since Nixon or even before that right back at them. And I would say I think throwing one of them in jail. We'll send a message. Here is like he's got an important meeting with somebody. I think it was from you know, one of these asshole, countries and stuff, very important me. Now, you know and all that. So you can't stay there in congress when she supposed to stay there and come with the facts, and Mr. bar needs to be disbarred because it is Oliver Cromwell of the modern age. You know, the Republicans would say that the authorization for the use of military force after nine eleven put us in essentially an authorized state of war. Chris and four if it were the shoe on the other foot, they would be impeaching and using the word treason. Donald Trump has been using that word a lot.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

15:25 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Tell you something that's the kind of. Mentality that coming down American touching down. Uh-huh. Could be the midst of a. Right wing terrorism spree. You you want to have. Terrorism experts and Russia expert when you're in the midst of just having just to the mall report on top of all the awful news this weekend. Malcolm Nance on that wall for us America live in studio, yet, we were we were just talking more about the synagogue shooter this in out here in California. Of course, thank God. We were saying his rifle jammed apparently his air fifteen or I guess this would have been a lot worse. And you can you can get a or fifteen in California that just have to be California compliant. Yeah. Yeah. Comes six months after the massacre at the tree of life. Of course, I in apparent manifesto posted online. He drew inspiration for his tack from that tragedy and the mosque shootings in New Zealand in March. Yeah. And then, of course, all the gun nuts right on cue, right? By the way, as the NRA is imploding. That was my favorite story to fight couldn't happen cancer and A Bola will we just said, I think suddenly gentlemen with a tool that them fight. Who do more odious individuals? You cannot right over north and Wayne LaPierre Dana Loesch to be in between them waving the Hanky. When it's time to start just in case. Yeah. And then state of New York subpoenaed all their financial records. I is upset about this morning. They are going to break them. It's hard to pick a winner. And that one fight fight to gun running. Just say something about that. I'm a gun owner. I own a lot of guns because I used to practice with weapons systems. I would use overseas when I was in the military. I was in the intelligence community, but there are no gun organizations, which advocate common sense. Right. They anxious. I mean, I used to be an NRA member until I started getting their mailings. They grea-. Yeah. It used to be gun safety, Jesse on safety training classes. Equal updates. Yeah. Yeah. Now, you know with that whole Charlton Heston era. It was they're coming to kill you and take your guns to use against your family. Oh, and by the way, that they're doing the whole good guy with a gun thing because an off-duty border patrol agent fired at the shooter while he was fleeing. But missed I I'm not sure how that that. Okay. Credit, but that's one. That didn't stop all the murders this week, and that's a trained. That's a trained man with a wet firearm in a manifesto published online. You described plans to kill Jews referring himself as an anti Semite in white supremacist. He confessed to setting the mosque choir as you mentioned earlier month ago. Wow. That's a lot of hate every. I mean, it it all goes together. And then it's usual. What do I always say Travis? What do they all have in common misogyny? Thank you. Right. The red pill movement on HSEN revolves around the idea of men's rights anti-feminism, the all right? Earl SU there from the center of extremism at USC where I'm going to speak tomorrow. He's a former FBI guy FBI swat, he, and I were exchanging text the other day about the intersection we need to study the intersection between in cells involuntary celebrates and these Neo Nazi right wing white supremacist shooters. There is a great commonality because they also, you know, so you can even throw women into that category of these mass murderers who were using various ideologies. Yeah. All right. Let's talk Muller report because I just finally finished it, I, you know, Travis for you, first of all we've had the show to do with these crazy news nickelsville. So I haven't had a chance to get you know, because it's a lot right? I mean, it's dense. Dila give me book reports on it. No, I don't wanna hear. Here's a little crazy chicken scratching. But. What we said, right? Chris we were talking about. It's not just the obstruction. We know about it. I mean, they're all of these instances how about this one just ones that jumped out at me. So in January twenty eight teen men for toll gates he had talked to the president personally, the president's council personally, they were going to take care of us. I mean there is so much mob speak throughout this whole thing. Manafort Flynn gate so much, pardon dangling witness tampering. I mean, a sixteen different ones of obstruction. Right. I mean as proceedings against Manafort progressing, court, president told rob porter. He never liked Manafort, and the Manafort, I mean, this is the other thing is anyone loyal to this person. He's like says great things about Cohen Cohen flips. And then he would have. Manafort, fairies, a fine man and then behind closed doors. He's like never liked him. Anyway, everything Trump touches Dazs. Yeah. If you if you get associated with them, you're finished he told a Puerto didn't like Manafort amend for didn't know what he was doing during the camp doing on the campaign. Yeah. For the president discussed with aids. What Manafort might be cooperating about with Muller about. And I love this. Whether they had any information that would be harmful to the president same thing with Flynn, right obvious that that's that's what's the word consciousness of guilt. Same thing with the the the phone message that the the attorney left for Flynn when Flynn withdrew from the joint defense agreement. Trump's attorney left a message talking about Trump's warm feelings toward Flynn, and these continue yada, yada. But they said, hey, we we would like a heads up. If Lynn knows information, which implicates the president. Since. Literally in on a phone messages to give us a heads up. If Lynn has information that the person really what kills me about the Flynn situation when he made the five telephone calls. They threw it in the fluff up in the air to where you could not definitively say that Trump gave those orders to make that call. I've read it. I still can't tell right who whether flinches did it on his own or not because it doesn't it says that he spoke to people, right? You know, right there those two I can't remember the exact wording here wanted to know whether Manafort had any information that would be harmful to the president. Will if you know that there is nothing that implicates implicate you or is harmful to you. I mean, clearly anyway, okay. What is this this part of the president has no more right than any other citizen to impede official proceedings by corrupting by corruptly, implying trying to affect witness testimony over and over Muller. Right. I mean, it's pretty clear. It's right. But in the end, he left it up to congress. Right. And then what you find out is that Bob Bill bar came in as a constantly conciliatory who came in to kill this thing with the now, we know the assistance of rob Rosenstein, and they did it Trump has successfully corrupted the Justice department. I mean, that's my personal opinion. But I see it now it's there it's laid out bare we had to press conference one a memo and one of press conference and literally people for two weeks calling me a liar in a conspiracy theorist and don't believe anything that we ever learn even Russia came out the next day and said Bill. Bar exonerated us when it's four hundred forty eight pages of your guilty. But he would not but Muller didn't call it. He left the words speak for themselves. Not knowing that this guy would jump in between him. Now. Of course, if it was me, I would never I would have been called my own press conference. And I would have said if I didn't say it's a lie. Yeah. Right. But Muller is too much of a boy scout. Well, wasn't Eliot Ness. Like, we thought he was what is the other is the conclusion that congress may apply the obstruction laws to the president's corrupt exercise of the powers of the office accords with our constitutional system of checks and balances and the principle that no person is above the law. Could that be any clearer sounds pretty definitive I yeah? This part the briefing where mcgann's chip what's her name? Anne, her mcgann's chief of staff anyway, but pretty talks about and I think what about Richard Burr. This is one after a classified briefing, and he gave the White House a heads up. And then she'll we all president is in panic slash chaos. Need binders about Russia to put in front of bodus? Again, we need wouldn't panic and chaos if you know, did you ever think we'd have to apologize the Devon Nunez about something? Right. The only dirtbag in this whole thing Burke came was was the president's man from go. So all of those press showing showing balance between the majority and minority leaders, it's all fluff and show now, and we have the evidence reward written evidence. What is the penalties supposed to be for that? For leaking. What you learned in a classified briefing to the target of the or the subject of the investigation you're supposed to lose your clearance. But you know, again, these people were elected in elections mean that you give them clearance to do whatever it is that they're going to do in the old days apob him or shame. Yes, usually applied to these. And they would as men of honour step down from their positions. No now, they doubled tripled quintupled down. We need the shame bell. Yeah. Exactly get one of those up Michelangelo in boulder you're on with now. Come hello. Good morning human being Hello people. Hello. Anchors up there chief a shipmate. I gotta tell you that. I just got the report, and I haven't cracked it yet. Because I've got a lot of stuff to do a ninety five year old that I take care of. But I just wanted to say that this point over the weekend here the heat was turning up the thermostat was going up. And I've looked at the nineteen seventeen espionage act, and I'm sure it's been revised several times and everything but. Any time. Somebody says, well, you know, it's gotta be we've got to be an active war. We've been in an active since forever. And I at this point in time. I'd like to say that we take all the kitchen sinks and toilet yet. And everything. Thrown at us since Nixon before that. Right back at them. I would say I think throwing them in jail. We'll send a message. He's got an important meeting with somebody. I think it was from you know, one of these asshole, countries and stuff, very important me. Yeah. You know, you can't stay there in congress to supposed to stay there and come with the facts and Mr. bar this Bard because. The Oliver Cromwell of the modern age, you know, Republicans would say that the authorization for the use of military force after nine eleven put us in essentially, an authorized state of war, and if the shoe on the other foot, they would be impeaching and using the word treason, Donald Trump has been using that word a lot recently coups, treason, he's using the the medieval term, which is treason is whatever the king says it and we've really got to hold the line on that. I mean, the things that he did betrayed his oath of office. And I would say it isn't wasn't active war. How do you credit cyber war? We call it stolen sovereignty without firing a shot. We actually call this web war to the attack on the United States. One was when they did it against Georgia and Estonian all that. That's common parlance the. Insiders security world, but this is web war. They attacked us. We had a cyber Pearl Harbor. Yeah. I have one question. So the section about they said Muller and prosecutors they couldn't figure out why Manafort was sharing polling data with. Oh this and I'm counterintelligence. Say to steal the three swing states. They knew the election would be decided in a, you know, this is where the mullahs report falls short on many levels. They pulled a lot of punches pulled them hard. There's not an African American in this country, which would have ever had that book that pulled shoot children with plastic toys. So these guys were getting benefit of the doubt left right and center because they had no hard intelligence from Constantine Kalinic war, the Russians they would not even speculate at that data was given all they would say is we found the data was given. And they know that's what I thought was dying lying to them. Yes. That's they know that he was lying about those details to them. But yeah. Yeah. They pulled the punches everywhere in that report. If Ken Starr had had that report good God. Now at forty articles of impeachment thanking all held up because partisan like what happens with the counterintelligence part of it because that's not a criminal investigation. As you've always told us that is obviously ongoing what happens with that. That would seem like. The larger national security threat until investigations counterintelligence investigations go after the people who were doing these activities they named all of the active participants in the Russian operations. And this is what I'm going to speak about tomorrow. Which is why I'm not gonna go into too deeply, but they are still monitoring the methodologies and technologies that they use to do this. And again, they've made no determination as to whether Donald Trump himself was compromised. They only said that the campaign did not actively participate in a knowing fashion, which means that you practically have to have a signed contract. Thank you. That's the old days. I mean, you know, when you're an agent, by the way for those people who were out there and conspiracy theory land that said that I called Donald Trump and agent. I must've explained forty times that there is a progression of what you are useful idiot unwitting asset witting asset agent an agent is a person who signs..

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12:11 min | 3 years ago

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"Zero one point five FM seven twenty AM K Dodd here in Las Vegas. I'm Chris went in for Brian Shapiro as well as J D, we've been talking with pack a prominent Nevada Republican very very part of the data Republican party. Also outstanding host of the of America today. You can catch it here on the twenty five FM K dawn on Fridays from nine to ten to discuss a number of topics. They were talking about the, you know, the fallout of of a democratic socialist agenda. I'll say and. Yeah. So they also talk a lot about the Democrats and about healthcare, which is by the way, Pakistan. That's his wheelhouse is healthcare right ipad. I'm not out of line by saying that that's. That's. That is definitely my wheelhouse affect I'll be studying the Medicare for all Bill. They have out there, which is an absolute joke, but that's a whole nother stores. Another topic for another day. But everything you've said it was quite compelling. I again, I I don't think we're in fort should not go to jail. I just don't think I think forty seven months was fair. So do you know that I I think Clinton should get part. And I think he got railroaded, and he served his country like the gentleman, so, but but no. But in all fairness, though, your position on this is what you think you think there's Apocrypha here on the left not being look, they're they're going to be all kinds of fired up to make sure justices and done whether it's Michael Flynn. Whether it's Michael Cohen, obviously, Paul Manafort, but you've you've brought up a New York City mayor Bill Blasio and his wife in the railway misplace -ment of I believe it was like eight hundred fifty million dollars. I I have to be completely honest with you. I'm not at all wired in as to what exactly details are with that. And and was not aware that that that's. Something that's on the on the front burner when it comes to American politics to be honest. I didn't think it was. But here's what I'll tell you. You know, everything in your painted, a wonderful picturing, you know, what it was definitely objective. I mean, it was pretty clear. Here's my issue. And I'm going to be the first one to tell you. I mean, it was his past dealings. You don't Manafort is the businessman? He's he's a he's a lobbyist. He's making moves for for forest formed positions. I mean, the same thing with the pubescent who by the way, he was partnered with uncertain deal. The of you know. What part of the Clinton Clinton has means that you lack of continuity across the board. I mean, you wanna look at integrity you want to check out people's taxes in the see what they're doing. I mean to be honest with you file taxes. It's not like he would pay income tax. But a lot of people shade their tax returns, they do different things to try not to have to take. I mean, I'm not sitting there. I am not copying a play. But I'm just saying he is not a murderer heating kill anybody. And all these politicians, they all they do is line their pockets with money that you make a good point. He's already been in jail for nine months. He's looking at possibly another thirty eight months pops goes before forty seven the question is what will he get hit with this next fit? And will it be another five years on top of it? Which one you're talking to guy seventy years old that life sentence five to seven years. I mean, I had a friend of mine what the jail because he thought he was born a badge. This is great. I'll go to jail. I'm gonna be honorable. You're a moron going to prison stupid. And he he was not a dirty player. The difference between coins in metaphor Cohen was looking at some serious issues with regard to medallions he owned a lot of 'em. Got a lot of. Oh, really? Creative financing Manafort again, I think they went after Manafort because he was associated with the president. And we're hoping to nail him for Russian collusion. And apparently, there's nothing there for Russian collusion. I I don't think the Russians and the president were business partners. That's why he got elected. And I just never thought that from the beginning. 'cause you as well as I know that something like that where it'd be found that we've been out months ago years ago when it first happened so reality is this is all about punishing Trump. And if people get with Adler is doing and what the Democrats are trying to do not today ships coming out saying we the president needs to testify. This is not your investigation, Adam Schiff, and if you want to look deeper, Adam ships got relate related to George Soros through marriage and the. As the world turns in the United States as Washington DC turns. It's it's an amazing thing. I I think we've had this conversation on Facebook, close your eyes. It's close your eyes, and you listen carefully to what has been accomplished in two years. It's pretty it's pretty amazing. We can get into a whole show about that. What I'm physically kind of? Zeroing in on is is is Manafort Flynn, and and and and the possibility of pardons and in and we and we are getting into kind of what manafort's about look, I I don't know if you've had had the opportunity to see the documentary, you get me Roger stone. Have you had the chance to see that yet bat it goes into detail? Rogers hold on. The reason I'm bringing that up is because Paul Manafort Ragas, still they they were part of a of an organization, you know, for for years back in the eighties, where they basically there was a lot of you know, they were they were working with a lot of people that that I think it's safe to say, we're unsavory, right? We're talking about dictators murders dictators. We're talking about people, you know, not not just in the United States retired about people obvious not many dice as I'm talking about leaders of other countries. But the business that they were in wasn't exactly savory. It's not something that, you know, the American people would not think is is a proud business. So if you look at if you really look at if you break it down about Republican or democrat, the fact that at one point insider trading was allowed in Washington DC. Yes. But if you were I did I have security license, and I tried to trade it not only what I get penalized. I lose my wife. I could go to jail politicians get it all off. I mean when you look at go back. I don't know how old you are fifty eight years old. Go back to one twenty one the last thirty seven years. Say the word. I honest politician is an oxymoron doesn't walk. It's not it's called viable if you look at what these people going through the White House. If you look up with the Clintons were worth going into the White House, and what they what they're worth. Now, Obama family if you really think Dick Cheney was by president he was the president. I mean, the things he did look at look at the people that are American boys and girls that served this country and died for leadership it really just worried about how much money they can live with the Bush family has awkward reserves in in South America. I mean, if you really wanna get down to brass tacks. That's why I don't like Trump Trump doesn't need them. What he's doing is. Personally, if you look at polo policies real bottom was guided you know that. Yes. I knew that. And. Money is a fundraiser on commission, and they that's one of the reasons why they give her a chance to run for office and make all the money you make. I mean, how much this is about about me answer close when you look at all these politicians, and what they're worth you. Gotta ask yourself a question. Why would showing us politicians worth so much money? Wanna be in office? What's in it for them? And it's scary. At the amount of money. Some of these people are worse, Republican or democrat alike, and some of the things that they do feed yourself. Why why would you do it? The I look, and I get it. Okay. There's people out there that that do bad things. There's there's politicians out there that are crooked. I understand that that doesn't excuse what Paul Manafort did that doesn't excuse. It doesn't excuse it. Michael Cohen is going to prison for right? Mike. There's reasons why in jail. You're talking about with with Paul Manafort you talking about tax fraud money laundry failure to report foreign Bank accounts. You're talking about, you know, not registering the foreign agent. These are things that these are things that people go to prison for okay, that's agree. And he's going to prison. So I mean, I understand what you're saying, Pat when you're bringing up, you know, whether it doesn't matter if they're Democrats, Republicans, whatever you're bringing up a lot of corruption and fraud in the past, and and and and things, and and quite frankly, things that you know, someone's politician haven't been haven't been convicted of rabbit has been proven that they did it. Comparative the judge Ellis when he called he he's being called out by the left because he he threw the book at a politician politician. A man was elected, and they found money was getting paid refrigerator freezer. This was an outright guy is a guy who who who who swore uphold the law and defend the United States. Get you parenting. The Manafort now going further manafort's forty seven months right now is not a big deal. We'll see what happens with the second sentencing. Yes. For ten years for the most part, even if he gets out seven years early timing seventy seven years old. You can do as far as Cohen Cohen. If he gets it for another another perjury charges and yours himself. He's still young man. Michael Flynn serve this country as a gentleman as as as a hero. And he got railroaded by the FBI because they were trying to make a case. And I honestly believe that Michael Flynn should be pardoned and should walk because he's a gentleman. I don't think he's bad person. Every person was ever talked about Michael Flynn. Nobody said a bad thing about him. And and personally, I don't know him never had the privilege of meeting him specifically. But what I can tell you is everybody's talking about how they bent the rules and life to him to make the back of into a corny Boston and financially. They threatened put his kids in jail. So he took a plea deal is gonna probably back away from him. I give them apart you served the United States that could gentleman he served his country. Make sure we were safe. He's good guy goes to jail. I don't think he's going to get a pardon. And I paid a reason why. It was in his last if he if Trump was in his last week as president, maybe maybe. But now know if Trump would apart him in the last week. President. It's one thing. But if he gets reelected, which is very possible never happened. Paul Manafort will do it's forty seven months. It all depends on the additional charge that are gonna come after him. And you know, that's that's the truth. And it's Collins concern, there's nothing for my experience of meeting people Michael Cohen gong. He he he is how he was even in a position to be the president of the United States attorney in private business is also questionable. But when you're living in New York. And when you work business that Trump was in. I'm sure he knew and I might making any claims when I'm sure he knew a lot of gentlemen, and the industry of organized crime because you couldn't build buildings in New York without having to deal with people. I mean, we all know the stories where the mafia was getting a dollar or whatever it was for every window being put in a building in New York City. I mean, it is what it is. I mean, overall Trump if Trump was in a tweeter, and again, you wonder what would happen? You gotta admit that. That is funny. It wasn't a tweeter. Because that that is what gets him in trouble. So many times is that the guy is not afraid to get the but the fingers to the phone, my friend and jump on there and fired up. He never he never most politicians here to questions and before they respond. They're either season enough. No, no, nothing answer the question or look at them and move on. Yep. Questions will he answer? Like he makes a mistake and he just keeps going on and on. And that's just because he's not diplomatic. And he's not a politician. He's not cut from the same cloth. As what we've what we've seen over the years. But when you look at all these people, I mean honesty when you look at when you listen to these people speak. You gotta save yourself. Wow..

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News Radio 690 KTSM

12:36 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"To this later fake news CNN two hundred fifty million dollar Covington high school student nNcholas Sandman lawsuit with probably the single best attorney is on with the great one last night. Lynnwood to great attorneys and they're going to win. This is exactly what they deserve. Because as Lynnwood said to Mark last night. He goes excuse me. They will probably even more vicious in their direct attacks on nNcholas than say, the Washington Post and CNN goes into millions of individual homes and CNN couldn't resist the idea of. Here's a young boy with a make America great again cap on. So they go after him. You know, there's a certain satisfaction for a public figure like myself because we we don't have any option. We don't get to fight back, you know, this standard. If you're a public figure is so high. I mean, that's what made the Gawker case. So so incredible even Malania Trump twice, born slander. It's not it's the bar is high. But you spend all your time. Anytime you get a lawsuit. It just as I just learned. It's not worth it. All you want to. Don't want these people to get away with the lies. But they do when they say it, and it's an industry. So we reported deep state news on Friday night, and the person that actually released the Bruce or transcript which gave us so much information is going to join us with a commitment that they're going to be releasing as I said tick tock, stay tuned. Buckle up game is back on here again on a no only the media will talk about the Muller report for when all is said and done we're getting all the transcripts, and when all is said, and I'm willing to get those Fiso applications when all is said and done there are going to be people charged. And when all is said and done they're going to be held accountable. There is a lot that I know that is going on behind the scenes, but as they talk show host, what am I rolls is being a reporter investigative reporter. I will. Not share my sources ever. And but we've been right to this point where the media has been Russia collusion Russia collusion collusion. Collusion's glue. You know, look. There was a really good just nuts. Nuts. And it's funny. I mean, the indication if you watch the media, they're they're beginning to lose it a little bit there. It's almost like they're beginning to turn on Muller. That's what I'm beginning to see. And I think the turn it on Muller because they're thinking, oh, no we've been telling people for all this time. This is going to happen. And he's going to be impeached, and he's going to go to jail. And why do you think that the Democrats are pivoting they're pivoting because they're being told there's no collusion. You know, this whole thing really comes down to the Clinton bought and paid for phony Russian dossier. And this is what we learned in the Bruce testimony. We do we now know that Christopher Steele simultaneously. Was being paid by Hillary Clinton's campaign, funneled money Perkins. Kui hiring fusion GPS that hires. Christopher Steele that creates a bunch of documents that become known as the dossier. And then we've the DNC is also paying funneling money Perkins coup fusion GPS right to Christopher Steele. Again, the FBI is paying the FBI and some oligarchy is paying him. Now, the most fascinating thing to me. And all of this is everybody McCabe said it last week or the week before deputy director. He's the one that we got we got to use this time to get the special counsel was all designed even though there'd been nine months of investigation into alleged Trump Russia collusion with no evidence. And that testimony will come out fully to from Lisa page. Peter Struck the people in the heart of it. There is no there there. We didn't. Find anything, but they got the special counsel. Anyway. Now a special counsel. We learned in the Bruce Ord testimony. The special counsel's office, Andrew Weissmann. His pit bull Muller's pit bull. You know, the guy that was at Hillary Clinton's victory party on election night. And the guy that was responsible for tens of thousands of Americans losing their jobs at Enron accounting and overturn nine zero when the supreme court and put four innocent men in jail from Merrill, and and that was overturned by the fifth circuit court of appeals one one hell of a track record. He's got. Why would you ever hire him as your top guy? Well, I guess if you hire genie Ray who is worked for the Clinton foundation. Is there a lawyer that's part of Muller's team, and you can add to that struck and page were part of Muller's team and interestingly their phones their tax their emails. Their those phones got wiped so clean. You can eat off the. You try doing that with your phone's good luck when they're wanted. Anyway. So we've got a lot happening on this. And we learned a lot about some of all a lot of what we've had a lot of pieces of editors just confirmed. What we have known the not the least of which I think one of the more important details in all of this is that everybody knew everybody was warned about the dirty dossier. And that means Weisman in August, the two thousand sixteen that means also every single member of the the top echelon of the FBI and DOJ he warned them he said Clinton paid for it. He said it's not verified he said, it's not corroborated. He said steel hates Trump has it has an axe to grind against Donald Trump. They knew that in August. The twenty sixteen now. Mccabe says that they did he's satisfied with the way they verified it only problem with that statement that would be an impossibility. Because the author of the dossier who won't come under oath here. And I think they ought to compel him to come here. Anyway, Christopher Steele himself has said I have no idea of any of this is true. Fifty fifty is ROY intelligence I put together. Well, even though everyone's warned they still want to use it to blood and Trump. They're leaking through government sources in some cases in media sources. They're leaking the contents of the dossier in the lead up to the two thousand sixteen election. And you're saying he's self Hannity really bought and paid for Russian lies were leaked to convince us to impact our decision to propagandize us and make us think that there's there's evidence that Donald Trump hired two hookers in the Moscow Ritz, and those two hookers does evidence that he was the poker's where peeing on the bed. Yeah. That's what they did. That's your there's your here's your deep state deepen action and even before the election. They also remember Komi signed off on this. Call me meeting. He's a high-ranking law enforcement official that would mean. When he fell he verified it and corroborated. It you can't corroborate or verify something that even the author of the document won't touch. So it gets deeper. This is where things get interesting on Friday, Doug Collins releases or deposition, and I'm telling you this deep state a house of cards is coming down. You know, I think knows it. I think Robert Muller Nelson. Now all throughout this process. I've been dubious of Mahler based on the team that he's put together. Like, why would you why would anybody hire Clinton's attorney in a case against Trump? Why would he only hire democratic donors? Why would he higher struck in page? Why were those phones raced? Why would you ever hire Andrew Weissmann with his atrocious track record? And was had Hillary's victory party and was worn about the dossier, which we now know became the roadmap for the Mueller investigation. And by the way, is that the Democrats won't let that up and people have said to me. No, he's he's it's not like you think I said, I don't trust them. I'm watching what he's doing. Now, we got. Okay, Russia indictments troll farms in Russia. Russian intelligence officials will never gonna put them on trial then ever didn't ever going to be extradited. And then let's see Manafort Flynn cone. Popadopoulos had to spend a week in jail. And you know, what they're after Roger stone. All process crimes nothing to do with collusion. Judge T S Ellis said when sentencing Paul Manafort guys, just a reminder nothing to do with Trump Russia or collusion. Because he knows how the presses didn't even happen at the time that Manafort was working for Trump. Oh, and people on the left are so mad that manafort's not guaranteed to die in jail. I only got four years. Muller's hoping I put him in there for fifty. So, you know, you're seventy years old you you'll croak in jail. Right for taxes. I agree. You gotta pay taxes. Dumb. Not to don't lie on loan applications. It's dumb not to. You know, I told my friends all the time you don't like the tax laws you'd better still pay the taxes because they'll come after you just a fact death and taxes anyway, so the release of this by congressman John Collins will join us later, remember, Bruce or wife, Nellie fusion, GPS wars testimony now relief passing a thumb drive from his wife to the FBI. So that Trump hater struck and page had direct access to Hillary Clinton's research. Go after Trump. Now, meanwhile struck is the one that exonerated Hillary who even James Baker the head lawyer general counsel under Komi thought should be indited for the espionage act. We now know we learned that the FBI and the Clinton campaign be a fusion GPS. They're they're paying Christopher Steele for the same intelligence. We know that Steele was also being paid by a Russian oligarch Oleg der Pasca is his name. Wow. So we got all that out there. Now, we know that Bruce or testified about meeting with Glenn Simpson. Fusion GPS Christopher Steele boss in two thousand sixteen campaign. And you know, remember there's been a back channel that we discovered notes between or and Christopher Steele. And even though steel was fired for lying and leaking. They still the. Kept going back to them. He was fired for lying in leaky. And he's being paid by the FBI, and then he's sending notes vis-a-vis through Bruce or conduit to Robert Muller. I'm like you. Gotta be kidding me. We nerd or testify notified the FBI about his contacts with steel during the two thousand sixteen election. There's so many things, but according to a statement from Adam Schiff, a claims Broussard did not tell the FBI about that contact now gets more interesting. And there's a lot more to come. Then when I got this in my Email this weekend from a friend of mine it says from team Schiff..

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News 96.5 WDBO

11:38 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Get to this later fake news CNN two hundred fifty million dollar Covington high school student nNcholas Sandman lawsuit with probably the single best attorney is on what the great one last night. Lynnwood to great attorneys. And they're going to win. This is exactly what they deserve. Because as Lynnwood said to Mark last night. He goes excuse me. They will probably even more vicious in their direct attacks on nNcholas than say, the Washington Post and CNN goes into millions of individual homes and CNN couldn't resist the idea of. Here's a young boy with a make America great again cap on. So they go after him. There's a certain satisfaction for a public figure myself because we we don't have any option. We don't get to fight back. You know, the standard. If you're a public figure is so high. I mean, that's what made the Gawker case. So so incredible even Malania Trump, you know, she won twice, Bordeaux slander. It's not it's the bar is high. But you spend all your time any time you get in a lawsuit. It just as. It's not worth it. All you want to. Don't want these people to get away with the lies. But they do when they say it, and it's an industry. So we reported deep state news on Friday night, and the person that actually released the Bruce or transcript which gave us so much information is going to join us with a commitment that they're going to be releasing as I said tick tock, stay tuned. Buckle up game is back on here again on a no only the media will talk about the Muller report. But when all is said and done we're getting all the transcripts, and when all is said, and I'm willing to get those Fiso applications when all is said and done there are going to be people charged. And when all is said and done they're going to be held accountable. There is a lot that I know that is going on behind the scenes, but as they talk show host, what am I rolls is being a reporter investigative reporter. I will not share my sources ever. And but we've been right to this point where the media has been Russia collusion Russia collusion collusion. Collusion's clue, you know, look labor. There was a meeting. Good just nuts. Nuts. And it's funny. I mean, the indication if you watch the media, they're they're beginning to lose it a little bit. It's almost like they're beginning to turn on Muller. That's what I'm beginning to see. And I think the turn it on Muller because they're thinking, oh, no. We've been telling people for all this time. This is going to happen. And he's gonna be impeached, and he's going to go to jail. And what do you think that the Democrats are pivoting your pivoting because they're being told there's no collusion. You know, this whole thing really comes down to the Clinton bought and paid for phony Russian dossier. And this is what we learned in the Bruce or testimony. We do we now know that Christopher Steele simultaneously was being paid by Hillary Clinton's campaign, funneled money Perkins. Joey. Hiring fusion GPS that hires. Christopher Steele that creates a bunch of documents that become known as the dossier. And then we've got the DNC is also paying funneling money Perkins. Fusion GPS right to Christopher Steele. Again. The FBI is paying the FBI and some oligarchy is paying him. Now, the most fascinating thing to me. And all of this is everybody McCabe said it last week or the week before deputy director. He's the one that we got we got to use this time to get the special counsel was all designed even though there'd been nine months of investigation into alleged Trump Russia collusion with no evidence. And that testimony will come out to from Lisa page. Peter Struck the people in the heart of it. There is no there there. We didn't find anything, but they got the special counsel. Anyway. Now a special counsel. We learned in the Bruce or testimony the special counsel's office, Andrew Weissmann. His pit bull Muller's pit bull. You know, the guy that was that Hillary Clinton's victory party on election night, and a guy that was responsible for tens of thousands of Americans losing their jobs at Enron accounting and overturn nine zero when the supreme court and put four innocent men in jail from Maryland. And that was overturned by the fifth circuit court of appeals twelve one hell of a track. Record. He's got why would you ever hire him as your top guy? Well, I guess if you hire genie Ray who is worked for the Clinton foundation is the lawyer that's part of Muller's team, and you can add to that struck and page were part of Muller's team, interestingly their phones their tax their emails. Their those phones got wiped so clean. You can eat off the. Yeah. You try doing that with your phone's good luck when they're wanted. Anyway. So we've got a lot happening on this. And we learned a lot about some of all a lot of what we've had a lot of pieces of it is just confirmed. What we have known not the least of which I think one of the more important details in all of this is that everybody knew everybody was warned about the dirty dossier. And that means Weisman in August of two thousand sixteen that means also every single member of the the top echelon of the FBI and DOJ he warned them he said Clinton paid for it. He said it's not verified he said, it's not corroborated. He said steel hates Trump hasn't as an ax to grind against Donald Trump. They knew that August the twenty sixteen now. Mccabe says that they did he's satisfied with the way they verified it only problem with that statement that would be an impossibility. Because the author of the dossier who won't come under oath here. And I think they ought to compel him to come here. Anyway, Christopher Steele himself has said I have no idea of any of this is true. Fifty fifty system raw intelligence I put together. Well, even though everyone's warned they still wanna use it to bludgeon Trump. They're leaking through government sources in some cases in media sources. They're leaking the contents of the dossier in the lead up to the two thousand sixteen election. And you're saying self Hannity really bought and paid for Russian lies were leaked to convince us to impact our decision to propagandize us and make us think that there's there's evidence that Donald Trump hired two hookers in the Moscow Ritz, and those two hookers does evidence that he was the poker's where peeing on the bed. Yeah. That's what they did. That's your there's your here's your deep state deepen action and even before the election. They also remember Komi signed off on this. Call me meeting. He's a high-ranking law enforcement official that would mean he felt he verified it and corroborated. It you can't corroborate or verify something that even the author of the document won't touch. So it gets deeper. This is where things get interesting on Friday, Doug Collins releases or deposition, and I'm telling you this deep state a house of cards is coming down. You know, I think knows it. I think Robert Muller knows it now all throughout this process. I'd been dubious of Muller based on the team that he's put together. Like, why would you? Why would anybody hire Clinton's attorney in a case against Trump? Why would he only hire democratic donors? Why would he higher struck in page? Why were those phones raced? Why would you ever hire Andrew Weissmann with his atrocious track record and was had Hillary's victory party and was worn about the dossier, which we now know became the roadmap for the Muller investigation. And by the way, is the Democrats won't let that up and people have said to me. No, he's he's it's not like you think I said, I don't trust them. Look, I'm watching what he's doing. Now. We got okay. Russia indictments troll farms and Russia Russian intelligence officials were never going to put them on trial in didn't ever going to be extradited. And then let's see Manafort Flynn coned popadopoulos had to spend a week in jail. And you know, now there after Roger stone. All process crimes nothing to do with collusion. Judge in T S Ellis said when sentencing ball Manafort guys, just a reminder nothing to do with Trump Russia or collusion. Because he knows how the press didn't even happen at the time that Manafort was working for Trump. Oh, and people on the left are so mad that manafort's not guaranteed to die in jail. He got four years. Muller's hoping to put him in there for fifty. So, you know, you're seventy years old you you'll croak in jail. Right for taxes. I agree. You got to pay taxes dumb? Not to don't lie on loan applications. It's dumb not to. You know, I told my friends all the time you don't like the tax laws better still pay the taxes because they'll come after you just the fact that than taxes anyway. So the release of this by congressman done Collins will join us later, remember, Bruce or wife, Nellie, fusion, GPS or is testimony now relief passing a thumb drive from his wife to the FBI. So that Trump hater struck and page had direct access to Hillary Clinton's research. Go after Trump. Now, meanwhile struck is the one that exonerated Hillary who even James Baker the head lawyer general counsel under Komi thought should be indited for the espionage act. We now know we learned that the FBI and the Clinton campaign via fusion GPS, they're they're paying Christopher Steele for the same intelligence. We know that Steele was also being paid by a Russian oligarch Oleg der Pasqua is his name. Wow. So we got all that out there. Now, we know that Bruce or testified about a meeting with Glenn Simpson. Fusion GPS, Christopher steals boss 2016 campaign, and you know, remember there's been a back channel that we discovered and notes between or and Christopher Steele. And even though steel was fired for lying and leaking. They still the B I. Kept going back to them. He was fired for lying in leaky. And he's being paid by the FBI. And then he's sending notes vis-a-vis through Bruce aura conduit to Robert Muller. I'm like you. Gotta be kidding me. We heard or testify notified the FBI about his contacts with steel during the two thousand sixteen election. There's so many things, but according to a statement from Adam Schiff claims Bruce did not tell the FBI about that contact. Now, it gets more interesting, and there's a lot more to come. Then when I got this in my Email this weekend from a friend of mine it's s from team.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thursday, I twenty seven. I'm itching. To predict go be no more major snows guys. But I will not do that. Because that is just recipe for disaster. It always knows when I do that. We've talked about this before I was gonna say I think I saw Eric Fisher say he's not ready to do it. So if he's not I don't think you should all right now, we do have to get to the next segment, but first we have Keith and Randolph. Hi, keith. Bradley. Hey, good. Along those talk about along this topic about craft. I just got one word. Atri? It's. Okay. Can you? Unpack. Lord. It have been the owner of the j e t s jets. What did it made the news? Probably if the owner of the dolphins. It might it might not have the Jaguars. I think well what I'm what I'm saying. Is that had it been a lesser team? Then I don't think it would have made the news. I think of any NFL owner had I disagree any NFL. That's news. And the news people are looking for news. And yeah. Any NFL? Just imagine. I can just imagine Goodell wringing his hands. I I got your now I do think there's a lot of hatred out. There are certainly strong dislike penetrates in this. L saying ten million dollars fine and suspend the patriots for sixteen games. All right. Thanks. I appreciate thank you. You might also ask what we have heard about it. If it had happened in New England another thing. Well, it's a it's a it's a legitimate question. We did see the we had a similar arrest relatively minor. Obviously compared to the one down in Florida enor-, well, where they had similar types of activities going on at one of the massage policy. This is not a problem limited to a strip mall in Florida. This is a problem that we have here as well. But you don't in until you have a high profile name like a Robert Kraft or others. There were as a child who was arrested down there. So venture capitalist from this area as well there there there are couple of high profile names there, and those are the ones that attract attention a lot of the names that you see no what you can look at the list, and you say, well, I don't know any name on that. Was there was in fact, a coin thank God, no relation. But I did see names. But but for the most part there as one of the earlier callers said, I think it was Dan, we don't know any of these people, and we don't remember any of these people. It's the big the big names that are famous that we do. And you know, it's it's another interesting question is why are we attracted to these the famous people who fall from grace like this because there is an incredible amount of attention paid to these types of issues when it's a sports star movie star or someone like that beacon movie star Spacey as transient. Give us the the gap of what his charges are what's up with that? He faces felony sex assault charges down in the Cape for having groped a. Teenage boy at the. Bar in the island, and he was charged. I think it was November. So he the person that he allegedly groped is Heather Unruh son who was eighteen at the time and worked as a busboy at the bar, and this type of activity that Kevin Spacey's charged with there have been probably I think the the list is as long as thirty men over the years who had said that he has inappropriately touched them in a similar fashion or made advances of this sort to them, but he's only charged with one offense here, and he was arraigned in January and today was a hearing on some of the motions that Spacey's attorneys have filed to gain access to information that the. Victim may have as well as Lauren forcement with respect to text messages. Snapchat, videos information that would have been exchanged between his civil attorney Mitchell Garabedian in law enforcement. With respect to this activity because what they wanna do is now test the alleged victim's story to see whether it has changed over time. Whether the text messages and videos, and the like support his version that he's now been groped because what they have is a version of the story that says he never talked about inappropriate touching before never complained about it, even to his then girlfriend, and they he was joking about having spent some time drinking with Spacey and the like, so what they wanna do is gather that information and also ultimately use it to try and discredit the story that there was any criminal activity that took place that also trying to argue that this is a cash grab that some of this. Story that is now being generator advanced is done because Kevin Spacey is a movie star who has lots of money. And so this is an an attempt to gain favor in a civil suit by advancing these criminal charges. What would the defense like to see on the phone what they're like to see in there suggesting already to the corden they did in today's hearing is that the video and the text messages has say nothing about inappropriate sexual touching. And instead are joking about him having talked and drank with Spacey that night. And the video that is contained on Snapchat and the like shows no inappropriate touching. And that's what they are hoping to find. And that's what they say. They will find if this information is preserved in shared with the defense with the defendant. If things go south for Spacey what what is he looking at? He's looking at up to five years in jail is a very serious charge. I mean, it's a it's a foul any charge. And so it's quite problematic. And that's why you're seeing the amount of very rigorous defense. This is not going to be treated lightly. You know, you compare it to the last situation is that the Mr. craft this is faces much more serious risk of jail time. And if it's if he's found guilty, he should be concerned, and the criminal suit is only the first step if he's then found guilty that will favor then is the ultimate judgment in the civil suit because the criminal conviction can be used to show that he in fact, did inappropriately touched the victim. And so the civil suit can move more quickly to the damage phase to say, okay? So it did happen. Now, what is the price that should be paid to compensate the victim for his damages in that civil suit? So a criminal conviction carries with it not just the threat of jail time. But also ups the Antion any judgment that the victim would be able to obtain in that civil suit. Why? Isn't punishment and criminal? Proceedings and then punishment in civil suit. Why isn't that? Double punishment. You gonna say double jeopardy where different well because the goal is to separate things. I talked to my students in orientation about this. You know, the goal of a criminal suit is to punish to deter that behavior in the future to protect norms of society. So that we don't have chaos, and and the people follow the law the goal on the other hand of a civil suit is to compensate the victim for any losses. They suffered as a result of that activity to put them back in the position they would have been but for the wrong done to them. And so what we've got a two different objectives. From the two cases. They're brought by two different entities. The government always brings the criminal charges with a civil suit is advanced by the plaintiff victim in if in this type of case and the objective of each is is very different. The ones making whole. Yeah. But in the civil court a portion of the awards, the damages awarded are for example, say you were harmed in you had twenty five thousand dollars worth of hospital beds a portion of the award will be for that. And the an ten times that sometimes we'll be for punitive damages. So then you are getting punished twice. That's actually a little bit of a misconception. Okay. Okay. So on the ninth of being kind. A punitive damages are actually very very rare in Massachusetts, unless it's a wrongful death claim or discrimination claim for the most part, we don't have punitive damages. We have actual damages. So your example about the medical bills. Yes, she would be able to recover your medical bills. You'd also be able to recover your lost wages. You'd also be able to recover your pain and suffering, and those damages would all be compensable, you wouldn't be entitled to collect punitive damages because we don't allow them generally in Massachusetts with some rare exceptions. And what you're you're arguing is is right is when we offer punitive damages in civil cases, we do have to be careful that we're not crossing that line. In fact, you sent me the supreme court's decided a case that that we were crossing the line with the allied award of punitive. Damages or taking the making someone forfeit their vehicle for a relatively modest four hundred dollar offense that you do have to be worried that when you award significant punitive damages in a civil case, you're you're crossing the line into criminal. And when you do by the way, the other part of this to remember with different from civil and criminal. If you are crossing that line, then in criminal cases, we get significantly more protections than we get in civil cases. Right. You get the higher standard of proof. You also generally will have the right to counsel as well. So it's a again, something that we do have to be careful within the court has tried to be to make sure that the punitive damages are not excessive such that. They constitute a a punishment or penalty. That's that's grossly excessive to the the the act committed. Okay. We'll wrap up quickly addressing Manafort Flynn and the teen who. Sue the post for defamation over the confrontation with native American after this on busy. What are you say.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:37 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Provided in the statute. Now interesting things he saying there, there are a lot of reasons not to be transparent about what we do in government. Well, the attorney general William bar, the new attorney general has full complete control over what is or is not released in the Muller report. Then you got him saying rod Rosenstein, the OJ's best serve. When we proceed with the appropriate sensitivity to the rights of uncharged people. Meaning if you don't have enough to bring this to court and file You know, you've got to be, you know, there's the due process presumption of innocence, which nobody you know, it's now guilt by accusation in America. Then we have you know, bar will do the right thing and so on and so forth. Anyway, we have that Gregg Jarrett, Fox News legal analyst, author of the number one bestseller the Russia hoax just released in paperback, David shown, criminal defense, civil liberties attorney, welcome both of you. And I guess the first question is three straight days of Michael Cohen going before one congressional committee after another while the president is here in Vietnam. Trying to denuclearize and get an agreement to denuclearize the Korean peninsula. Greg Jarrett, well curious congress would want to hear anything Michael Cohen has to say play guilty to lying to congress. And now congress wants to hear from him again. They can reasonably expect more lies. Cohen has no credibility is a prodigious prolific liar. Lied to the IRS. S lawyers accountants Bank officials and congress. Now, suddenly he wants us to believe him not likely not even prosecutors in his case believed in they called him a liar, and they refuse to engage in a cooperation agreement with him. So what's the point of all of this? He can never be called as a witness in any case because no one would ever believe Michael Cohen. And that is what is going to happen today tomorrow and the next day is he putting himself at risk David show me Michael Cohen of yet another charge of lying to congress, and why would any lawyer of his allow him to do this? When he is, you know, he's got three years in jail that he's headed towards well, let's remember he at least one of his lawyers has a very clear agenda, and that's an anti-trump pro Clinton, Obama agenda. So that may be one reason lawyer would have a conflict in advising him for that basis. But that's what we've seen so far. Let's let's call it. What it is Michael cone made clear from longtime ago. He's agenda. Now's to put himself and his family. I no matter what Michael cone now trades in the currency of lies for him Liser cash. The more lies. He tells about the president the more friends he makes in congress and in the mother team, and maybe even in the southern district of New York. So the lawyer made a calculated decision one would think that he's gonna help himself more by testifying and saying what Democrats on the committee. Maybe what Muller wants to hear? There are a couple real problems here. Greg asked the question, you know, and you would have already told Muller because I guess he met with Muller many many times by this point or not told mothers. We recently saw mother had to declaim something that the pre BuzzFeed had said he said, but think about some of the practicalities of this if they intend to go into something that's within the bailiwick of Muller. That's a real problem. At least we were told that was a problem before with different kind of testimony. We were told. That the mother mandate was so broad Rosen's. When we wanted to prosecute Manafort Flynn Muller headquartered 'blanche effectively so now intelligence committees, especially which I think will prove a how bad misnomer that is for committees title. If they go into that area. That's a problem. But there are also privileged problems still out there. Everyone seems to have assumed those went away. I believe the president should have Representative at all three of these hearings to be able to invoke privilege, there should be no member of congress who accepts in any regard or even takes a chance of accepting privileged testimony. This is not a free for all just because Mullah cone is gonna claim protest potentially the president committed crimes that doesn't open the door to all of what the media now is reporting Cohen is going to claim about what the president has said to him as his client, and Greg I think this privilege issues very important because if there's certain issues that don't involve any type of crime, whereas the. Obligation the ethical obligation of a lawyer to keep secret that which is said to him in an attorney client environment. Well, that's absolutely correct. But Cohen doesn't care. I mean, this is a guy who tried to monetize this association with Trump after Trump won the presidency. Cohn was running all over the place bragging, he could gain access and influence, in fact, snooker people into thinking he could any profited by it. Financially. He's a con artist. He is the quintessential sleazeball he was tape recording his own clients while acting as a lawyer, including Donald Trump, I mean, given Cohen to Shing level of criminality, he should be doing twenty years behind bars. Well, I mean, the sentencing recommendation if I recall is fifty four to sixty one months or something in that area. He got thirty six months, so doesn't that suggest that he got some type of deal? David, of course, suggests all other things suggested he's still trying to make that deal. Even better. Let me give you two examples of how this could become very problematic, even though everyone wants to hear because it's such sexy testimony. Remember, this is a these are members of congress among them who honored Mr. struck who was an admitted liar cheater etcetera. So they're going to want all of this stuff privileged or not to come out. And it's inappropriate. But take for example, the stormy Daniels situation people want to know about when Coen to testify that money paid the stormy Daniels. It's not at all clear that if money were paid to stormy Daniels and the president approved it that a crime was committed. So we don't bring that into the crime fraud exception because people just want to hear it may have been no crime whatsoever. There may have been an embarrassment and people pay all the time to stop embarrassments. But what if it was Cohen who proposed a crime? And assured the president that the conduct was the or legal does that. Now, give Cohen to be able to trade on the advice that he gave the president get mileage out of it. We're already hearing that he's gonna Cohen is going to talk about the president's financial transactions, which then the house oversight committee will use to demand the tax records Cohen here. Again, this is not a free for all Cohen doesn't have license to open the president up to liability because of his lies Coen's lies. All right. We gotta take a break. We'll have more with David shown Greg Jarrett on the other side. Listen, don't forget cybercriminals. Let's say you're in an airport a coffee shop public wifi. Well, that's the hunting ground of these identity thieves. Maybe it's a hotel airport, whatever any place with public wifi can be a hunting ground for cybercriminals. Even by the way of the wifi is quote password protected. Well, let me your personal information that you said you receive online passwords credit card numbers social security numbers photos private photos. Financial statements even tax returns. Guess what? That's their main target. Now. It's a good thing. 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"manafort flynn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:18 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Two two eight eight two and I'm going to get started on your phone calls soon as I can in this half hour, maybe even in this segment. I stay so that the people we have on hold. We'll be inclined stay on hold. I really appreciate all their patients. You would not believe how long some people stay on hold to appear on this program. And I don't take it for granted. And I try to make sure not to abuse at CNN is breathlessly reporting that the Justice department is going to be announcing soon that the Muller investigation is over. And that a report will be forthcoming maybe even as soon as next week. Now, we've been told that there may not be a report there've been a number of people, in fact, John Dowd. The original Trump attorney in this predicted last week that there won't be a report that we won't be made public. I mean Muller is going to have to say something has some body. But his point was that we're not going to see it. Then it goes to what the Justice department in congress, and it's up to whoever to make it public, and it may not ever be made public. He thought because Muller's got nothing, and it is the molar whatever it is the investigation report, whatever is much more valuable unreleased. If there's nothing in it. Why report that if you're this bunch of people running this coup? If you are this bunch of people trying to get Donald Trump's numbers down to thirty percent or lower and you finish the investigation. And you haven't found any evidence for your original premise of collusion. Why would you announce that you're not gonna change that? You're going to say, well, it's ambiguous heard something, and there won't be a report you'll have the media clamoring for it. And what will we get will get leaks from this report? Nobody has seen. And it'll be the continuing death by a thousand cuts it'll be one lie after another amplified by others. And it'll just be continuing this looped process that we're in. Or there might be a report in case. There is a report everybody under the sun has been warning us that expectation then warning the left that expectations are not going to be met. The latest is Clapper. Listen to him again. This is this morning on CNN. He was asked when you hear McCabe say that it's possible that Trump is a Russian asset. What is your reaction? Listen to his reference to the report that Muller has coming out in this bite. Or would have added the caveat whether witting or unwitting, and I think that's important distinction. You consider Putin's background as a trained experienced KGB aged and how he would approach somebody that he is trying to co-opt or influence or gain leverage over in that sense in that context is what I think when I mean, a potential unwitting asset. I think that the hope is that the molar investors. Nation will clear the air on this issue once and for all I'm really not sure will and the investigation one completed could turn out to be quite an anticlimactic and not draw a conclusion about that. Now, he's just the latest. He's about the tenth person in the past eight weeks, or so who has alluded to the fact that the Muller reports going to let a lotta people down. I want to warn you that could be a well-coordinated gigantic sandbag. You know, you learn these people you're witnessing the way they do things one time. And you never forget it. And I I've cited this example before during the taped deposition it Bill Clinton gave in the Paula Jones case. It was videotaped, and it was to be played for the public later and a day or two before the. Deposition was to be made public Clinton allies flooded the media with stories of how the president just lost it when the when the question of the cigar came up. And they were very worried that how this is going to look the president apparently just lost it. So we all are primed. And when they are going to play the videotape deposition. We are all tuned in guess what? Trump did not our Clinton did not lose it. His is just got big for a split second rolled on. He was totally unfazed that we had been totally setup. And I want to warn everybody that we may be being set up again. These people have been lying from the beginning. Mccabe is out there, you McCabe doesn't know what Muller's got I got. I got a bridge. I'd like to sell unique McCabe does not know I guarantee you he does know. These guys, although they're all in on it. These are conspirators in this whole hoax. And if McCabe is out there saying, I think Trump is still a Russian asset. Then I'm not going to be surprised if Muller says that. Why would these people do all of this? And then and in in in the two years prior to the twenty twenty election release a report, that's basically, blah, blah, nothing to see here. You got Clapper here talking about unwitting. So I'll tell you what I think now I'll get and I'm very happy to be wrong about this. I think this I think this report is going to name Trump. And I think this report is going to position Trump as a dupe. Exactly what Clapper has said here that Trump is so stupid, and so unqualified and so unprepared for this job. We should never ever elect another president light this. This man has been winning unwittingly duped by not just Putin. But it will allow to perhaps others on the world stage who have been able to make of Donald Trump to the great detriment of the United States. I think that's what's going to be mean. That's the easiest way to go. Just say he's unwitting. You're not accusing him of anything that you're not accusing him of being a spy you're not accusing him of being an asset. You're not accusing him of colluding. What you're saying it happened anyway because the guys too stupid to know when it was happening to it. I just can't believe these people that have been lying through their teeth. Or now, all of a sudden telling the truth that Mahler's going to report nothing, and I also can't believe that Muller would report nothing. If there is nothing they're not gonna report. And the nothing report is going to be used as some giant carrot. Everybody wants to see, but we're not going to be allowed to just gonna make us want to see him even more. They ain't gonna dangle it out there if something that we want, but we can't have they're gonna use that old psycho trick. And then they're gonna start leaking and CNN reporters in New York Times reporters, Washington Post reporters, all of a sudden will have sources close to the report sources close to the Mueller investigation saying that is what those are the two ways this could go, but they're not gonna drop a report that has no impact on anything. Did not after all this because this is an ongoing palace coup. It's an ongoing attempt to get Trump's approval numbers now to thirty let me ask or lower. Let me ask you this stop and think about this if Moller's report and by the way, by the way. Here. Again, is the reason why he goes after non factors like Manafort and gates and Flint what does he have from all three guilty pleas? Doesn't matter to what remember we're con we're concocting media narratives here. So Muller issues. A report claiming the Russians did indeed tamper? The collusion that happened was participated in unwittingly by our don't president who doesn't know crap from cramp Ola and has rendered this nation at great risk because of his inexperience and inability and all of that. And in the media can say and as part of the investigation Muller secured, guilty, pleas from Manafort gates and Flynn. Not going to tell you guilty pleas to what they're just going to say collusion. Russia Russian meddling happened. We found three guilty pleas. Put the two together three guys played guilty to collusion with Russia. Three guys pled guilty in the scheme collude with three that all they have to just put those two things together like that. So it doesn't Manafort Flynn mother doesn't care about him. He doesn't care about stone. He doesn't get Coursey. He knows they're not threats. He knows that. They're bit players. He knows all he wants his guilty pleas. So in his report he can have a bunch of people who have pled guilty. The original premise of why is investigation got started collusion and Russian meddling. And they're now telling us that Muller is not going to happen. You think I sorry, Mr. Clapper, but I'm not like these dupes and social media that believe all the crap you left us put out I disbelieve everything I think you are like as you always lie you lie all the time about everything. And so my original interpretation and everything you say is your lying. And when you tell me that you know, they Muller is going to have anything and he's not going to solve anything. You are lying because the end result of this weather Muller's got anything or not is to continue the assault on Donald Trump's popularity. And to send a signal to the other Donald Trump's out there who might one day one to run for president from outside your little quick not to even think about it. Because the same treatment awaits you. There's a lot there's a lot wrapped up into this. But I think Clapper's giving it away here by insisting on unwitting and this McCabe, believe me. I think I think Donald Trump. Yes is still a Russian asset. And then next week Muller comes out and says, he's not. You think Muller would throw McCabe overboard Muller would undermine McCabe? If he if he would then there's a dynamic going on the conspirators the we don't know about because we assume they're all the same team. We assume they're all unified in the same objective. Get Trump and one of them's out there. Profiting mightily writing a book now doing a book tour alleging that Trump is a Russian asset. Here comes Muller saying we couldn't find any evidence of that. Where does that leave McCabe? Well, we were we're never confident that McCain Muller was gonna find it. And it was the every year we're working hard to find it did there. But we may not mean there are ways they can go with this. But every damn way they go is just another series of lies. And it'd be a great thing. It'd be a great thing if most Americans understood they're being lied to and propagandized and manipulated. But they don't. They don't I mean, I know people. Well, who still despite everything they know their first instinct is to believe everything they see on television to believe everything they read on a website doesn't matter. And then when you tell them, no, it's not true. They don't want to admit they got fooled. Nobody wants to admit that there been duped or let their blind or worse stupid. Anyway, let me take a break. So time for some calls on the other side, we will continue with much more when we get back. Don't go always.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:54 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And I I don't take it for granted. And I try to make sure not to abuse. It CNN is breathlessly reporting that the Justice Department's going to be announcing soon the Muller investigation is over. And that report will be forthcoming maybe even as soon as next week. Now, we've been told that there may not be a report there've been a number of people, in fact, John Dowd. The original Trump attorney in this predicted last week that there won't be a reportedly won't be made public. I mean Muller is going to have to say something has some body. But his point was that we're not going to see it. It goes to whether the Justice department than congress, and it's up to whoever to make it public, and it may not ever be made public. He thought because Muller's got nothing, and it is the molar whatever it is the investigation report, whatever is much more valuable unreleased. If there's nothing in it. Why report that if you're a bunch of people running this coup? If you are this bunch of people trying to get Donald Trump's numbers down to thirty percent or lower and you finish the investigation. And you haven't found any evidence for your original premise of collusion. Why would you announce that you're not going to announce that? You're going to say, well, it's ambiguous hurt something. And there won't be a report you'll have the media clamoring for it. And what will we get will get leaks from this report? Nobody is saying. And it'll be the continuing death by a thousand cuts it'll be one lie after another amplified by others. And it'll just be continuing this looped process that we're in. Or there might be a report in case. There is a report everybody under the sun has been warning us that expectation then warning the left that expectations are not going to be met. The latest is Clapper. Listen to him again. This is this morning on CNN. He was asked when you hear McCabe say that it's possible that Trump is a Russian asset. What is your reaction? Listen to his reference to the report that Muller has coming out in this bite. Or would an have added the caveat whether witting or unwitting, and I think that's important distinction. You consider Putin's background as a trained experienced KGB aged and how he would approach somebody that he is trying to co-opt or influence or gain leverage over in that sense in that context is what I think when I mean, a potential unwitting as a I think the hope is that the Muller. Clear the air on this issue once and for all I'm really not sure will and the investigation when completed could turn out to be quite an antibiotic and not draw a conclusion about that. Now. He's just the latest is about the tenth person in the past eight weeks, or so who has alluded to the fact that the Muller reports going to let a lotta people down. I want to warn you that could be a well-coordinated gigantic sandbag. You know, you learn these people you witnessing the way they do things one time, and you never forget it. And I cited this example before during the taped deposition at Bill Clinton gave in the Paula Jones case. It was videotaped, and it was to be played for the public later and a day or two before the deposition was to be made public Clinton allies flooded the media with stories of how the president just lost it when the when the question of the cigar came up. And they were very worried that this was going to look the president apparently just lost it. So we all are primed. And when they are going to play the videotape deposition. We are all tuned in guess what? Trump did not our Clinton did not lose it. His is just got big for a split second rolled. He was totally unfazed that we had been totally setup. And I want to warn everybody that we may be being set up again. These people have been lying from the beginning. Mccabe is out there, you McCabe doesn't know what Muller's got I got. I got a bridge. I'd like to say, you McCabe does not know I guarantee you he does know. These guys, although they're all in on it. These are conspirators in this whole hoax. And if McCabe is out there saying, I think Trump is still a Russian asset. Then I'm not going to be surprised if Muller says that. Why would these people do all of this? And then and in in in the two years prior to the twenty twenty election release a report, that's basically, blah, blah, nothing to see here. You got Clapper here talking about unwitting. So I'll tell you what I think. Now, I did. And I'm very happy to be wrong about this. I think this I think this report is going to name Trump. And I think this report is going to position Trump as a dupe. Exactly what Clapper has said here that Trump is so stupid, and so unqualified and so unprepared for this job. And we should never ever elect another president like this. This man has been winning unwittingly duped by not just Putin. But it will allow it to perhaps others on the world stage who have been able to make a fool of Donald Trump to the detriment of the United States. I think that's what's going to be mean. That's the easiest way to go. Just say he's unwitting you're not accusing him of anything. Then you're not accusing him of being a spy you're not accusing him of being an asset. You're not accusing him of colluding. What you're saying it happened anyway because the guys too stupid to know when it was happening to it. I just can't believe these people that have been lying through their teeth. Or now, all of a sudden telling the truth that Muller's gonna report nothing, and I also can't believe that Muller would report nothing. If there is nothing they're not gonna report. And the nothing report is going to be used as some giant carrot. Everybody wants to see, but we're not going to be allowed to just gonna make us want to see it even more. They're gonna dangle it out there if something that we want, but we can't have they're gonna use that old psycho trick. And then they're going to start leaking and CNN reporters in New York Times reporters, Washington Post reporters, all of a sudden will have sources close to the report sources close to the Muller investigation saying that those are the two ways this could go, but they're not gonna drop a report that has no impact on anything. Not after all this because this is an ongoing palace coup. It's an ongoing attempt to get Trump's approval numbers down to thirty. Let me ask or lower. Let me ask you this stop and think about this if Muller's report and by the way, by the way. Here. Again, is the reason why he goes after non factors like, Manafort and gates and fled. What does he have from all three guilty pleas? Doesn't matter to what remember we're con we're concocting media narratives here. So Muller issues. A report. Claiming the Russians did indeed tamper. The collusion that happened was participated in unwittingly by our don't president who doesn't know crap from crap Ola and has rendered this nation at great risk because of his inexperience and inability and all of that. And then the media can say and as part of the investigation Muller secured, guilty, pleas from Batu, fort gates and Flynn. Not gonna tell you guilty pleas to what they're just going to say collusion. Russia Russian meddling happened. We found three guilty pleas. Put the two together three guys played guilty to collusion with Russia. Three guys pled guilty in the scheme collude with three that all they have to just put those two things together like that. So it doesn't Manafort Flynn mother doesn't care about him. He doesn't stone. He doesn't get Corsi. He knows they're not France. He knows that. They're bit players. He knows all he wants his guilty pleas. So in his report he can have a bunch of people who have pled guilty. The original premise, why is investigation got started collusion and Russian meddling. And they're are now telling us that Muller is not going to happen guide. Sorry, Mr. Clapper. But I'm not like these dupes and social media that believe all the crap you left us put out I disbelieve every I think you are like as you always lie you lie all the time about everything. And so my original interpretation of everything you say is your lying. And when you tell me that you don't think Muller is going to have anything, and he's not going to somebody settling you are lying because the end result of this weather, Muller's got anything or not is to continue the assault on Donald Trump's popularity. And ascend a signal to the other Donald Trump's out there who might one day want to run for president from outside your little quick not to even think about it. Because the same treatment awaits you. There's a lot there's a lot wrapped up into this. But I think Clapper's giving it away here by insisting on unwitting, and this McCabe got believe me. I think I think Donald Trump. Yes is still a Russian asset. And then next week Muller comes out and says, he's not. You think Muller would throw McCabe overboard, you Muller would undermine McCabe? If he if he would then there's a dynamic going on among the conspirators, the we don't know about it. Because we assume they're all the same team. We are still in there all unified in the same objective. Get Trump and one of them's out there. Profiting mightily writing a book now doing a book tour alleging that Trump is a Russian asset. And here comes Muller saying we couldn't find any evidence of that. Where does that leave McCabe? Well, we were we're never confident that McCain Muller was gonna find anything. It was a weird the every year, we're working hard to find it. It's there, but we may not have. I mean, there are ways they can go with this. But every damn way they go is just another series of lies. And it'd be a great thing. It'd be a great thing if most Americans understood they're being lied to and propagandized and manipulated. But they don't. They don't I mean, I know people. Well, who still despite everything they know their first instinct is to believe everything they see on television to believe everything they read on a website doesn't matter. And then when you tell them, no, it's not true. They don't want to admit they got fooled. Nobody wants to admit that there been duped or let their blind or worse stupid. Anyway, let me take a break time for some calls on the other side, we will continue with much more when we get back. Don't.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

13:01 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"I played clips the beginning of the hour. We live in a time of extraordinary check the pace of this change will only accelerate and we see it here in this supreme court case by nine two zero that's five Republicans and a couple of them are off their rockers. Well, they agreed unanimously that the civil forfeiture laws are unconstitutional because they constitute excessive fines, in many cases, you have to go case by case and look at the facts like the state court judge in Indiana here, but look at the change. There has been a sea change of fundamental change across the board. You talk about trans political if if criminal Justice reform has not emerged as a transport issue. I don't know what has mitt uniting everybody on all different sides of the issue. And it's really weird. I mean can't cannabis reform is kind of barter that ending the war on drugs and stuff. But what we're seeing is a real change of many mine. Even up to the US supreme court where twenty years ago thirty years ago, civil forfeiture poor people, especially were being stripped of their houses their cars, judge giant blocks a casual wear that Casca romance ours now, there was no no no criminal charges. No, it's called civil forfeiture for a reason. Right. They just take it. And it's gone, and you have to try and get it back and more often than not very often. You don't. And so they don't they just take your stuff because the theory of the law is, and they're actually cases I'm not making this stuff up. This is one case in particular. And I got the number. I don't have the number exactly memorized because I'm not Rainman. But, but it's it's it's something very close to United States versus six hundred fifty six thousand four hundred thirty seven dollars in cash. It's a civil forfeiture. The ideas they're going after the property, that's the legal theory. There's your mental gymnastics, right? They're they're going after the property the person who happens to own it. They're not really relevant is e. Oh, so the supreme court now has changed so much even these jokers these Republicans up there, I mean it, and when you when you look at the the schools of thought behind these Republicans, even they have cover it said, you know, it really was kind of a kind of a race war against for black people. I guess we really should stop that and Hannah let people out of prison now, it's kinda obvious. So maybe we should change me. And look at how change has come to America. We live in a time of extraordinary change. Hi, Kelly, and San Francisco, I Kelly. Norm big fan. Thank you. Mutual mutual. I'm a big fan of yours. It's rare when a person has a strong moral, compass, integrity and displays philanthropy so kudos. Hebrew. Thank you. But it's about it's all about what's to me. It's just I'm living my life. According to my own rules was that. That's the thing about the marching to the beat of your own drummer. Right. You just this is I'm living by my own rules. And as long as I'm upholding as part of my own rules the social contract, right? Pay your taxes? You know, don't don't across the green not in-between a try not to run pedestrians over with your car. I mean, there's a lot basic rules in the social contract. But as long as you uphold those you have pretty much of a lot of freedom and liberty to do whatever you want thereafter. Right. You got it. Norm. I took my lunch at three o'clock. Here. You wow time. Wow. We'd lost you when it's the deepest cut. Oh, man. I'm sorry. I think it's the second time though. Well, maybe but feels like a third, but anyways deep man was really sorry. I it wasn't my choice Kelly. I listen I wanted to bring up to terms by popular parlance, and they're really employees right now. In those two terms are deep state and blowback and Elliot Abrams. He's the personification of the deep state. And by that, I mean, he's an unelected official who committed atrocities using the auspices of national security and then by extension William bar who convinced George H W Bush to pardon him of any crimes. Like a bad penny. He's come back. He's resurfaced. And he's going to do it again. In venezuela. And he's going to do with Benedict Donald's kids Ambi he's going to recommend the benthic doll pardon everybody. Manafort Flynn, the whole thing he's got a track record. We've got facts to back it up. I I, you know, I know we can't play Herman this time. Right. Because we got facts back the William Barr, I suspect that's why he was selected because he takes a very expansive view of the pardon power. And he was the guy behind George H W Bush, poppy Bush part after he'd lost to Bill Clinton, but before he'd actually left the White House right before Christmas, George H W Bush, basically, just let everybody go with a mass pardons and William bar was the attorney general at the time, and he was the guy who engineered that. So we're looking at a reprieve series. He's going to do a rerun that brings us to blow back which the definition of that, it's a very it was the CIA term that referred to the unintended consequences of covert activity and right now at the south of the border. We're having Central American people fleeing. Dictatorships and oppression. That was started during the Reagan and Bush administration, and it's taken this long to come about. And that is blue back, and then that gives you know Benedict. Donald a thrown to stand upon and bloviate. I had the best words what you've been seeing some really good ones. So I just wanna blow V8. though, is that that was that would had to get get that forget the clip in buh can I jump in real fast because there's a legal term that I always enjoyed under color of authority. This is like if if you're suing the police, you have to prove that they were acting under color of authority, it's a specific legal term under color of authority, and it's not just suing the police, but I mean, he's talking about Elliot Abrams and the deep state they these are road to me. This is my perspective is these rogue actors who are acting under color of authority, but unfortunately, very often they're not just acting under color of authority and not just claiming that and they don't have the they're not close in powers that give them a thorny. And then they go and abused them in cases. Like you're talking about with Reagan and Alexander Haig and El Salvador, Nicaragua Honduras, etcetera etcetera. Now, I wasn't on the color of authority that was under orders from the commander in chief. That was right. You know, do you didn't need any. You know, you're at your rogue actor undercover thirty these people were acting under direct orders. I mean with with the sale of missiles on Iran gate. That's where George H W Bush comes in, right? The the sale of missiles to Iran, and then the diversion of that money to do with the contras down in Central America. I mean that was directly against congressional congress passed a specific prohibition. If I remember it was called the blunt amendment. But and I as I recall, they pass it over a presidential veto Benedict. No Ronald Reagan was he should have been Benedict Reagan. Anyway, he vetoed. The thing. I mean, it was it was a specific you can't do this. And then he gave him the extended middle finger when did it? Anyway, why wasn't he impeached? Why wasn't he kicked out of office? How is that from what Benedict Donald is doing now? Well, he pardoned all. All the main perpetrators. So that they could never come back around to that was what Bush did. But you know, they stalled it long enough. So that they got away with it. Well, and then William bar came along and said, hey, just pardon everybody and that week casper Weinberger didn't have to go to prison. Right. A whole bunch of people didn't have to go to prison who otherwise would have gone to prison. And so it's obvious that the Republicans have a sense of privilege Kelly. They have this sense that when they commit crimes because they're white and their executives and their powerful, and they're wealthy and they represent the elite class the laws and rules. Don't apply to them. This is so they use the part verify can use the term liberally right to cover up their own crimes because they're different. They'll be tough on crime. When we're talking about young black men in the inner city right selling a few hundred dollars worth of heroin put them away for ten years. But oh when when we intervene in Nicaragua, we intervene in El Salvador and fund, desks quasi-legal with the proceeds of sales from two to the Mola's of Iran. Anyway, I think we all get the point Kelly. It's one. Standard applied doll. I love you norm Kelly. Thanks so much for being part of the team. I love you back. I'm really glad we were able to keep it going here. Come back on real talk nine ten. I'm sorry. We just can't keep it going forever. It was just as no business model. And I'm I tried to make one Andrei I didn't make a business model. Thanks for being with us in Iowa. I'm okay. What's what's going on in Iowa? We don't wanna call ball will double v person veteran listener of virgin caller, NAMA visuals. Well, thank you. I'm on your part of the team because we've we've had trouble breaking through. So anybody who is part of the team, I'm thankful for. You guys can me we're going to open road along to you guys. Skill Tom this still Stephanie Sirius XM as people I've never really listened to them this podcasts all over the place. There's lots of voices out there. You can still choose from. Unfortunately. I'm gonna talk about the supreme court assessor. Go ahead. Trickled down to Chicago, Chicago police, Chicago poodle someone's car, and he got a final four hundred dollars or parking tickets. We put a boot on Cardi. Carpeting upon it trickled down to that. Also, I'm trying to find out. Well, here's what a fantastic idea and question Andre because here's exactly how the legal process works. You're about to see it unfold. That decision came out today. Defense lawyers criminal defense lawyers are going to be using this decision. And they're going to be applying it in ways like you suggested they're going to be I guarantee one hundred percent jumping back into the prediction business because this one's easy. Criminal defense. Lawyers all across America are going to say, oh, look at this. There's a new federal right? That did not exist until February twentieth. Twenty nineteen it never existed before there's a new federal right to be free of excessive excessive fines, and that that the brand new federal right in state courts. It was always a federal right in federal courts. But now, it's a federal right in state courts. This is new and Andre there's going to be fact situation, in fact situation where people go there lawyers going to be saying your honor. And they're going to cite the case with I forget the case they actually, but they're going to cite the case. This is look I I'm enforcing my clients, I'm seeking to enforce. My client's federal rights to be free of excessive fines here in state court. The supreme court incorporated, Iran. I'm sure you know, that just as well as I do this is a case of excessive fines, and I'm asking for a ruling on it that Andre is going to play out about ten billion times across all across America starting next week starting tomorrow. I mean starting right away. Me. Be eliminated. It shouldn't even be. Tell you. I'm having tremendous trouble with your phone. I'm sorry. I tried my best Andrei really bent over backwards. I think what you're saying is they should just categorically like throw things out Andre that's not how we do it in the locks on how we do. It. You go case by case. Because it depends it the facts Andre when I say work with the facts live with the truth facts are so vitally important. You must know the facts of each and every case before you can start applying lock to it. You got to know, the facts know, the facts intricately, and if you don't think, you know, enough facts, go find more facts, this is why they're private investigators at work for law firms. This is why the police exists this why they're investigators who worked for the DA go get facts, we need facts gotta have facts..

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:18 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two and I'm going to get started on your phone calls soon as I can in this half hour, maybe even in this segment. I bet so that the people we have on hold. We'll be inclined to stay on hold. I really appreciate all their patients. You would not believe how long some people stay on hold Joe appear on this program. It's and I I don't take it for granted. And I try to make sure not to abuse it. CNN is breathlessly reporting that the Justice Department's going to be announcing soon that the Muller investigation is over. And that a report will be forthcoming maybe even as soon as next week. Now, we've been told that there may not be a report there've been a number of people, in fact, John Dowd. The original Trump attorney in this predicted last week that there won't be a reportedly won't be made public. I mean Muller is going to have to say something has some body. But his point was that we're not gonna see it it it goes to whether the Justice department in congress, and it's up to whoever to make it public, and it may not ever be made public. He thought because Muller's got nothing, and it is the molar whatever it is the investigation report, whatever is much more valuable unreleased. If there's nothing in it. Why report that if you're this bunch of people running this coup? If you are this bunch of people trying to get Donald Trump's numbers down to thirty percent or lower and you finish the investigation. And you haven't found any evidence for your original premise of collusion. Why would you announce that you're not going to announce You're going to say, well, it's ambiguous hurt something. And there won't be a report you'll have the media clamoring for it. And what will we get will get leaks from this report? Nobody is saying. And it'll be the continuing death by a thousand cuts it'll be one lie after another amplified by others. And it'll just be continuing this looped process that we're in. Or there might be a report in case. There is a report everybody under the sun has been warning us that expectation then warning the left that expectations are not going to be met. The latest is Clapper. Listen to him again. This is this morning on CNN. He was asked when you hear McCabe say that it's possible that Trump is a Russian asset. What is your reaction? Listen to his reference to the report that Muller has coming out in this bite. Or would an have added the caveat whether witting or unwitting, and I think that's important distinction. You consider Putin's background as a trained experienced KGB agent. And how he would approach somebody that he is trying to co-opt or influence or gain leverage over in that sense in that context is what I think when I mean, a potential unwitting as a I think that the hope is that the Muller. Desiccation will clear the air on this issue once and for all I'm really not sure will and the investigation when completed could turn out to be quite an anticlimactic and not draw a conclusion about that. Now, he's just the latest. He's about the tenth person in the past eight weeks, or so who has alluded to the fact that the Muller reports going to let a lotta people down. I want to warn you that could be a well coordinated gigantic sandbag. You know, you learn these people you're witnessing the way they do things one time. And you never forget it. And I I've cited this example before during the taped deposition that Bill Clinton gave in the Paula Jones case. It was very oh taped. And it was to be played for the public later and a day or two before the deposition was to be made public Clinton allies flooded the media with stories of how the president just lost it when the when the question of the cigar came up. It just and they were very worried that how this is going to look the president apparently just lost it. So we all are primed. And when they are going to play the videotape deposition. We are all tuned in guess what? Trump did not are Clinton did not lose it. His eyes just got big for a split second role. Donny was totally unfazed. We had been totally setup. And I want to warn everybody that we may be being set up again. These people have been allying from the beginning McCabe is out there, you McCabe doesn't know what Muller's got I got. I got a bridge. I'd like to sell you think McCabe does not know I guarantee you he does now. These guys, although they're all in on it. These are conspirators in this whole hoax. And if McCabe is out there saying, I think Trump is still a Russian asset. Then I'm not going to be surprised if Muller says that. Why would these people do all of this? And then and in in in the two years prior to the twenty twenty election release a report, that's basically, blah, blah, nothing to see here. You got Clapper here talking about unwitting. So I'll tell you what I think now did and I'm very happy to be wrong about this. I think this I think this report is going to name Trump. And I think this report is going to position Trump as a dupe. Exactly what Clapper has said here that Trump is so stupid and so on qualified and so unprepared for this job. We should never ever elect another president light this. This man has been winning unwittingly duped by not just Putin. But it will allow it to perhaps others on the world stage who have been able to make a fool of Donald Trump to the great detriment of the United States. I think that's what's going to be mean. That's the easiest way to go. Just say he's unwitting you're not accusing him of anything. Then you're not accusing him of being a spa you're not accusing him of being an asset. You're not accusing him of colluding. What you're saying it happened anyway because the guys do stupid to know when it was happening to it. I just can't believe these people that have been lying through their teeth. Or now, all of a sudden telling the truth that Muller's gonna report nothing, and I also can't believe Muller would report nothing. If there is nothing they're not gonna report. And the nothing report is going to be used as some giant carrot. Everybody wants to see, but we're not gonna be allowed to just gonna make us want to see him even more. They're gonna dangle it out there if something that we want, but we can't have they're gonna use that old psycho trick. And then they're going to start leaking and CNN reporters in New York Times reporters, Washington Post reporters, all of a sudden, we'll have sources close to the report sources close to the Mueller investigation saying that would those are the two ways this could go, but they're not gonna drop a report that has no impact on anything. Did not after all this because this is an ongoing palace coup. It's an ongoing attempt to get Trump's approval numbers now to thirty. Let me ask you or lower. Let me ask you this stop and think about this if Moller's report and by the way, by the way. Here. Again, is the reason why he goes after non factors like Manafort and gates and Flint what does he have from all three guilty pleas? Doesn't matter to what remember we're con we're concocting, medium narratives here. So Muller issues. A report. Claiming the Russians did indeed tamper. The collusion that happened was participated in unwittingly. VR don't president who doesn't know crap from crap Ola and has rendered this nation at great risk because of his inexperience and inability and all of that. And then the media can say and as part of the investigation Muller secured, guilty, pleas from Manafort gates and Flynn. Not going to tell you guilty pleas to what they're just going to say collusion. Russia Russian meddling happened. We found three guilty pleas. Put the two together three guys played guilty to collusion with Russia. Three guys pled guilty in the scheme collude with three that all they have to just put those two things together like that. So it doesn't Manafort Flynn mother doesn't care about him. He doesn't care about stone. He doesn't get that Corsi. He knows they're not threats. He knows that. They're bit players. He knows all he wants his guilty pleas. So in his report he can have a bunch of people who have pled guilty. The original premise, why is investigation got started collusion and Russian meddling. And they're now telling us that Muller is not going to have anything. I'd sorry, Mr. Clapper. But I'm not like these dupes and social media that believe all the crap you left us put out I disbelieve everything I think you are like as you always lie you lie all the time about everything. And so my original interpretation of everything you say is your line. And when you tell me that you think Muller is going to have anything, and he's not going sound really think you are lying because the end result of this weather Muller's got anything or not is to continue the assault on Donald Trump's popularity. And to send a signal to the other Donald Trump's out there who might one day want to run for president from outside your little quick not to even think about it. Because the same treatment awaits you. There's a lot there's a lot wrapped up into this. But I think Clapper's giving it away here by insisting on unwitting and this McCabe, believe me. I think I think Donald Trump. Yes, it's still a Russian asset. And then next week Muller comes out and says, he's not. You think Muller would throw McCabe overboard Muller would undermine McCabe? If he if he would then there's a dynamic going on among the conspirators, the we don't know about it because we assume they're all the same team. We assume they're all unified in the same objective. Get Trump and one of them's out there. Profiting mightily writing a book now doing a book tour alleging that Trump is a Russian asset. Here comes Muller saying we couldn't find any evidence of that. Where does that leave McCabe? Well, we were we're never confident that McKay Muller was gonna find anything. It was a weird the every year, we're working hard to find it. It's there, but we may not. I mean, there are ways they can go with this. But every damn way they go is just another series of lies. And it'd be a great thing. It'd be a great thing if most Americans understood they're being lied to and propagandized and manipulated. But they don't. They don't I mean, I know people. Well, who still despite everything they know their first instinct is to believe everything they see on television to believe everything they read on a website doesn't matter. And then when you tell them, no, it's not true. They don't want to admit they got fooled. Nobody wants to admit that there been duped or let their blind or worse stupid. Anyway, let me take a break time for some calls on the other side, we will continue with much more when we get back.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:41 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"On your phone call soon as I can in this half hour, maybe even in this segment. I say so that the people we have on hold. We'll be inclined to stay on hold. I really appreciate all their patients. You would not believe how long some people stay on hold to appear on this program. And I don't take it for granted. And I try to make sure not CNN is breathlessly reporting that the Justice Department's going to be announcing soon that the Mueller investigation is over. And that a report will be forthcoming maybe even as soon as next week. Now, we've been told that there may not be a report there've been a number of people, in fact, John Dowd. The original Trump attorney in this predicted last week that there won't be a reportedly won't be made public. I mean Muller is going to have to say something some somebody. But his point was that we're not going to see it, it it goes to the Justice department and congress, and it's up to whoever to make it public, and it may not ever be made public. He thought because Muller's got nothing, and it is the Muller. Whatever it is. The investigation report, whatever is much more valuable unreleased. If there's nothing in it. Why report that if you're this bunch of people running this coup? If you are this bunch of people trying to get Donald Trump's numbers down to thirty percent or lower and you finish the investigation. And you haven't found any evidence for your original premise of collusion. Why would you announce that you're not going to announce that you're going to say, well, it's the desert something, and there won't be a report you'll have the media clamoring for it? And what will we get? We'll get leaks from this report. Nobody is saying. And it'll be the continuing death by a thousand cuts it'll be one lie after another amplified by others. And it'll just be continuing this looped process that we're in. There might be a report in case. There is a report everybody under the sun has been warning us that expectation then warning left that expectations are not going to be met the latest as Clapper listen to him again. This is this morning on CNN. He was asked when you hear McCabe say that it's possible that Trump is a Russian asset. What is your reaction? Listen to his reference to the report that Muller has coming out in this bite. Why would an have added the caveat whether witting or unwitting, and I think that's important distinction to consider Putin's background as a trained experienced KGB agent. And how he would approach somebody that he is trying to co-opt or influence or gain leverage over in that sense in that context is what I think of when I mean potential unwitting as a I think that the hope is that the Muller investigation will clear the air on this issue once and for all I'm really not sure will and the investigation one completed could turn out to be quite anticlimactic. And not draw a conclusion about that. Now, he's just the latest. He's about the tenth person in the past eight weeks, or so who has alluded to the fact that the Muller reports going to let a lot of people down. I want to warn you that could be a well coordinated gigantic sandbag. You know, you learn these people you witnessing the way they do things one time, and you never forget it. And I I've cited this example before during the taped deposition at Bill Clinton gave in the Paula Jones case. It was very taped. And it was to be played for the public later and a day or two before the deposition was to be made public Clinton allies flooded the media with stories of how the president just lost it when the when the question of the cigar came up. And they were very worried that this was going to look the president apparently just lost it. So we all are primed. And when they are going to play the videotape deposition. We are all tuned in guess what? Trump did not are Clinton did not lose. It is just got big for a split second role. Donny was totally unfazed that we had been totally setup. And I want to warn everybody that we may be being set up again. These people have been lying from the beginning. Mccabe is out there, you think McCabe doesn't know what Muller's got I got. I got a bridge. I'd like to sell you think McCabe does not know I guarantee you he does now. These guys, although they're all in on it. These are conspirators in this whole hoax. And if McCabe is out there saying, I think Trump is still a Russian asset. Then I'm not going to be surprised if Muller says that. Why would these people do all of this? And then in in in in the two years prior to the two thousand twenty election release the report, that's basically, blah, blah, nothing to see here. You've got Clapper here talking about unwitting. So I'll tell you what I think now, and I'm very happy to be wrong about this. I think this I think this report is going to name Trump. And I think this report is going to position Trump as a dupe. Exactly what Clapper has said here that Trump is so stupid, and so unqualified and so unprepared for this job. And we should never ever elect another president like this. This man has been winning unwittingly duped by not just Putin. But it will allow it to perhaps others on the world stage who have been able to make a fool of Donald Trump to the great detriment of the United States. I think that's what's going to be. I mean, that's the easiest way to go. Just say he's unwitting you're not accusing him of anything. Then you're not accusing him of being a spy you're not accusing him of being an asset. You're not accusing him of colluding. What you're saying it happened anyway because the guys too stupid to know when it was happening. I just can't believe these people that have been lying through their teeth. Or now, all of a sudden telling the truth that Mueller's gonna report nothing, and I also can't believe Muller would report nothing. If there is nothing they're not gonna report. And the nothing report is going to be used as some giant carrot. Everybody wants to see, but we're not going to be allowed to just gonna make us want to see it even more. They're gonna dangle it out. There is something that we want. But we can't have they're gonna use that old Saco trick. And then they're gonna start leaking and CNN reporters in New York Times reporters, Washington Post reporters, all of a sudden, we'll have sources close to the report sources close to the investigation saying that those are the two ways this could go, but they're not going to drop a report that has no impact on anything. Not after all this because this is an ongoing palace coup. It's an ongoing attempt to get Trump's approval numbers down to thirty. Let me ask you or lower. Let me ask you this stop to think about this. If Muller's report, and by the way, by the way, here again is the reason why he goes after non factors like Manafort and gates and Flynn, what does he have from all three guilty pleas? Doesn't matter to what remember we're we're concocting media narratives here. So Muller issues. A report claiming the Russians did indeed tamper? The collusion that happened was participated in unwittingly by our don't president who doesn't know crap from cramp Ola and has rendered this nation at great risk because of his inexperience and inability and all of that. And in the media can say and as part of the investigation Muller secured guilty pleas from Manafort gates and planned not to tell you guilty pleas to what they're just going to say collusion Russia Russian meddling happened we found three guilty pleas put the two together three guys played guilty to collusion with Russia. Three guys pled guilty in the scheme collude with three that all they have to just put those two things together like that. So it doesn't Manafort Flynn mother doesn't care about him. He doesn't care stone. He doesn't get Corsi. He knows they're not France. He knows that. They're bit players. He knows all he wants his guilty pleas. So in his report he can have a bunch of people who have pled guilty. The original premise wires investigation got started collusion and Russian meddling. And they're now telling us that Muller is not going to happen. I think I'd sorry Mr. Clapper, but I'm not like these dupes and social media that believe all the crap you left us put out I disbelieve every I think you are like as you always lie you lie all the time about everything. And so my original interpretation of everything you say is your lying. And when you tell me that you don't think Muller is going to have anything, and he's not going to sound really think you are lying because the end result of this weather, Muller's got anything or not. Is to continue the assault on Donald Trump's popularity. And to send a signal to the other Donald Trump's out there who might one day want to run for president from outside your little quick not to even think about it. Because the same treatment awaits you. There's a lot there's a lot wrapped up into this. But I think Clapper's giving it away here by insisting on unwitting and this McCabe, believe me. I think I think Donald Trump. Yes, it's still a Russian asset. And then next week Muller comes out and says, he's not. You think Muller would throw McCabe overboard Muller would undermine McCabe? If he if he would then there is a dynamic going on among the conspirators, the we don't know about it because we assume they're all the same team. We assume they're all unified in the same objective. Get Trump and one of them's out there. Profiting mightily writing a book now doing book tour alleging that Trump is a Russian asset. And here comes Muller saying we couldn't find any evidence of that. Where does that leave McCabe? Well, we were never confident that McCain Miller was going to find it. It was a weird the every year, we're working hard to find it. It's there, but we may not mean there. I mean, there are ways they can go with this. But every damn way they go is just another series of lies. And it'd be a great thing. It'd be a great thing if most Americans understood they're being lied to and propagandized and manipulated. But they don't. They don't I mean, I know people. Well, who still despite everything they know their first instinct is to believe everything they see on television to believe everything they read on a website doesn't matter. And then when you tell them, no, it's not true. They don't want to admit they got fooled. Nobody wants to.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:05 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Mark can on the line with us. It's middays with Mark Tuesday edition this week taking your calls for the our Pat and Yakima Washington, you're on the air with congressman. Okay. Hi. And I apologize for not having think. Interesting question. But I am calling about recycling. It's very very difficult. These days to recycle. You cannot recycle glass. If you have a printer. You cannot gifted no charity will take it. And there's no recycling for anyone addressing this. I'm Pat, a don't know. 'cause generally this has been something that depends a little bit on the locality in the community on how extensive the recycling is I know in Madison Wisconsin, for example. Very very extensive recycling program. Still accept lots of different types of materials, you know, some things that are fairly common like rigid, plastic there's some major centers around the country that can take it. But that's why not everyone does recycle that material. It's not done locally. But I don't know if there's a a a national solution. That's been proposed on it. And I don't know about your localities specific situation. Lull in Salem, Oregon here on the earth. Carson polk. Congressman poke in and Tom I have a big concern with retirements in America, you know, over half the working population age fifty five to sixty four zero safe for retirement. And I was wondering if the Democrats had some plan to help those immediately endanger living in extreme poverty. Even if the majority of them are Trump supporters. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. I'll tell you a little this is something we talk about quite often. We've talked about just last week with Nancy Pelosi. A number of us who meet with our weekly that we need a retirement plan in this country. It's not just the fix were the central states fund, which is a multi employer fund. That's you know, putting people in jeopardy, but as you pointed out half, the people in the country, I have social security in their home about a third or maybe it's up to forty percents ninety but third of the people just have social security rely on and that's really not enough to get by in most situations. Another interesting statistic about about one out of every eight people has two hundred thousand even going into retirement, which again, these days isn't a whole lot especially these people are living longer and longer. So this is something that we do need to have a bigger national solution. We're talking about ways to try to get to that. There's not an immediate plan that I can say this is the best example of what's out there. But we certainly are very very. Cognizant that this is one of those unaddressed issues that we need to put on the table or working families to make sure that people can retire dignity. Pam in Fort Collins, Colorado, you're on the air with congressman Pokemon. Hey, Tom is. Are you calling me you're on the air? Pam. Thank you. Sorry. I couldn't hear you. I had a quick suggestion for low regarding the retirement is simple solution is just raise the cap on social security, and then it solvent for for the foreseeable future. And we can increase our benefits going out just a thought. But that was not my question. Thank you both for what you do. And giving us an opportunity to have a voice, and I had a comment about all the investigations going on in the molar investigation. And now, I'm grateful dancer getting into it. My concern is are we going to hold these people to account? I really believe we need to create a system where we had the people at the top are held to much higher standards. And that's not the case. Could you see some of these characters coming up over and over again throughout history creating these crimes over and over again pitches. Manafort Flynn, Elliot Abrams bar if. We had held them to account way back in the air. When they first started these kind of criminal activities, we wouldn't be where we are today. I don't think also I think if we help them to serious account by giving them prison time and making them have financial consequences. You're creating the general deterrence for the rich and the elite, and again, you're keeping them from continuing that activity, and as an example because I think the guest this system, not only do we have a problem with inequality as far as finances. They also the Justice system. Reality winters mother wrote a brilliant wet letter about her daughter with regards to thin plan B not recommending no jail time. And hear her daughter is sitting in prison for trying to alert the American public by releasing one page document is my understanding that the Russians were interfering with our election and this poor young woman is being abused, psychologically and physically through solitary confide. Sinement? Well, Flynn who did these horrible things and tax evasion. And all kinds of stuff in colluding with foreign governments hostile governments in many cases. It looks like it's being recommended no jail time. So I think in this case is as we go through this process. I am concerned that it's going to be elephants all the way down. I think the Republicans. I am what's your question. I I'm getting there. They're heavily involved in this. And that's why it speaks to their strange behavior and blocking oversight. So my question is what are molar and the democrat doing to hold these members of congress to serious account and not just these slap on the face hands, or or just, you know, public humiliation. But really putting them in the prison system that they've created the prophet on etc. Sure. Well, think fan Francisco real quickly when lows talking I think he's talking bigger than Justice security. I I agree with you you lift the cap, you can keep security in in alive for well over seventy five years, but still that's a relatively low amount of money, and we need to actually address retirement in retirement savings and issues around that to give full dignity folks, just wanted to add that because I do think it's important because it is a bigger issue the Justice security, specifically, Pam Muller. We don't know exactly all the details. I think when you see sometimes they say no jail time has they're getting something else out of them were information to go after someone usually higher up the food chain. And that's what we're waiting to see. So I can't speak for Mr. Muller in some of what he's doing. But generally that is a tactic to get more information from folks who maybe had more ability to drive workers. And that's part of why maybe the president doesn't want us talking about all the people that he's. Hired who've been indicted because that's an issue. I do agree that I think one thing I have noticed is that often, especially when a member of congress gets in trouble. All they simply have to do once. They get brought into an ethics investigation is resigning investigation end, and it doesn't seem proper because then somehow average people are more accountable to criminal Justice system than people who are maybe in a privileged position. Anthony in San Jose, California here on the air with congressman, pumpkin. Shoot. Sorry about that. It's okay. I know you're from Wisconsin. Skywalker had his. Dear worker unions and kind of disintegrated them I want to know what the people in Wisconsin that works in that sector, and what the people that go with that sector feel about that. Situation because I am a public sector worker and I'm concerned about the situation. Our decision. I'm sorry. Yeah. Great question. Anthony. So you asked me a public employee union was created in Madison, Wisconsin, I actually did a paper in college on it. It went into the archives in all kinds of stuff. So we have a rich history of that Walker. You're exactly right, everything he could to destroy bull union, and then also private sector unions about we became a right to work state. And then he started messing around with prevailing wage laws. So no one is happy with that. It has had a negative effect. A lot of people good people left public service because of that teachers we've had a fifty percent decline in people applying to the school of education at the university of Wisconsin, Madison to become teachers, which is unfortunate the navy. Good news. I can offer out of this as well. Wisconsin happened early as we saw these attacks in preparing for the Janice decision that really continue to hurt of employees union. They got a better and ready for it. And when I talk to Randi Weingarten, for me, for example. They've had a very small drop in the last year after Janice in membership because they were prepared for it. And they were talking to their members and had conversations. So we still need to do much more to give people there a voice in their workplace do collective bargaining rights. But fortunately, I think the union did get ready for Janice, and we're not seeing quite the decline that I think there had hoped when they whether it be Janice or had these actions by people like Scott Walker. Patricia in Portage, Wisconsin, you're on the air with congressman Hokkien. Hi, thank you for taking my call. I write a column for the capital times for wildlife in life in general. And I'm concerned that the progressive caucus is not taking on moving to a plant based diet to save this planet because it is half of climate change. It is destroying the Amazon we are losing species from all ends of the spectrum insects. Planting large mammals are going the whole system is and we need to change this. Now, I mean, we don't have time anymore, and and we need to be less cruel. We need to end slaughterhouses. We need leaders. Now. So I'm hoping that you'll take this on and educate yourself and get involved in it. Well, I think Patricia I can tell you that I think between a couple of things happening one Democrats taking the majority. Now, we have committees with jurisdiction doing things around climate change because we actually believe the science of like ninety eight percent of the scientists a second. There is a special committee him to deal with climate change. That's been out now populated with members. And we'll start convening in third. The new green deal was released last week with a lot of prominent progressive caucus members behind it. And that is not an assembly prescriptive of all the details, but opens up what we all need to do to figure this out in a relatively short amount of time, which could include the subject you brought up in a lot of other subjects in this area. So I think the good news is there's much happening on this front that hasn't happened. At least for last six years. I've been in congress in, you know, hopefully, we can these ideas out of the presidential candidates take someone really address climate change. Yeah. The USDA has always. Responded to essentially lobbying from the meat and dairy industry to put meat and dairy on the food pyramid and all that kind of stuff. And now we're seeing that basically they've been scamming us for the last fifty sixty years. Do you think the congress by tossed some money into to research plant based diets and reorganize the the food pyramid and stuff like that just basic recommendations for our school kids? Yeah, potentially. I mean, because you know, I think one of the things also there's been some really powerful documentaries. Just in the last couple of years around both the plant based diet about sugar about a number of things that are health concerns that have had impact from lobbying and one extra thing. I just think I just gotta throughout time. You got now about ten percent of the members of the house of representatives not taking corporate tax money. So we're all those lobbyists used to come in. And you know, people had events and raise.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on KGO 810

"Franklin with Dickie Madora good to have you here. It's it's not the upper midwest. I should we know we should call my friend that lives in Minnesota. You know, what the wind chill is outside her door sixty four zero zero. Thank you. That's Amy we've met Amy before. That's hell. Yeah. Wendy's like hot coal. Do you live there? And he's got a real successful business. Put like I said, you could do it somewhere else or fly back get out of there? Anyway. A couple of things I want to talk about today the ratings are and for cable news, and even though FOX has been number one for about seventeen years. Rachel Maddow, consistently especially the last year topped Sean Hannity now everybody gets excited by this. But I'm just befuddled that Sean Hannity ever was number one. When you listen to his show. I mean, Rachel Maddow, tells you facts and the truth about the investigation into the president of the United States and Hannity or Tucker Carlson or any of the others off you scape to say, the least I mean whenever there's a big breaking story on that's bad for Trump you tune in. And they'll be like talking about the rule liberals want to change gingerbread men do gingerbread people all in like, really? But nobody's doing that. Oh, no. That's just real story. I know, but I feel like I really stories like that are perpetuated by the media. No, I'm saying, you don't want to change gingerbread, man. I know my point is that's what FOX dice to to take you away from stories like this. I mean, Rachel Maddow, is is really one of these. If you don't watch the show, and then maybe you just don't get it. But it's a good storyteller. But at the end of the day, I mean, she has top people on from the investigation into the president. And you know, obviously, I mean if you still think this is in chips brain or Rachel maddow's brain we have Rudy Giuliani saying now there was no collusion with the president. Maybe his campaign. There's they're saying now, that's that's everybody in the Trump campaign. They're admitting that the people around him Manafort Flynn page, they all had contacts with Russia during the campaign now, they're trying to say Trump didn't but Rachel Maddow. It was the first to really bring the stuff out and she's been consistently doing this part of the crisis at the southern border. Is that women are being tied up with tape in cars to traffic them across the border while they're all tied up with tape. It should be noted. Both of those things do feature in a new movie called Sicario day of the soul. Auto in that film, which is fiction. There's a woman taped up in the car. There are also Mexican smugglers with amazing vehicles that are too fast for American law enforcement to keep up with. So here's what you gotta understand about that is that they went and they ask all of the border agents. Have you seen a case like this where there were prayer rugs in the desert remember that or any of the women whose mouths were taped? And they all said, no. So the president was making it up. Now, would why won't FOX point that out. I know that CNN you can say CNN is a liberal organization, but they covered and pushed back on Obama lot from everything from who's the cat and Russia now the spy that. The not not Chelsea Manning. That's okay. But from every step of the way that this is a Snowden is. So I'm thinking of so, you know, the CNN push back on Trump on Obama Obama, and especially the drone strikes that were really harsh MSNBC was really harsh. Why can't FOX do that? Now, there are people are starting to see cracks in the facade for a long time about Shepard Smith and Chris Wallace. Right. But now you're seeing other reporters that push back, and especially when Trump trashed FOX in a tweet earlier this week on on the coverage of the border wall. And they're like, dude. Everything you said is just not accurate you're saying these things are happening at the border. And they're not Fox News reported the other night, there's three angry groups of migrants heading toward the northern border. They're making it up. Yes. They just lie. Well, it's it's to support their narrative. It has to be true. It's like people want there to be a crisis at the border. So justifies their position in supporting, you know, the wall and hating them. We have others. We had a Trump supporter your city called in and said, I hate to sky I folded form, and I just want my party back. And I wonder how many more people are out there like that. And I I've total respect for conservatives in not so much social conservatives fiscal conservatives because that's consistent with Republican ideals. Right. Smaller government. More emphasis on suffer liability. And I'm all for that. I am. I do think we need a net, you know, safety net for people who fall through it. You know, nobody wants to hear stories about people living in Flint. Michigan is a great example of something that just went through the cracks you had a government that allowed people to drink water. It was tainted and we'll we'll probably harm children for generation. It's that kind of that kind of city that kind of problem was covered. And know, it's interesting to see the way that the mainstream media covered it. They were very hard on all this issues. There were some Republicans and Democrats caught up in that. If you go back and look at follow the coverage on it, all all they covered it on Fox News. And I went and people told me go watch. This was how the Democrats were trying to blame this on President Trump. And it was like course and continue to stay people say they will what's going on has is like Michelle Wolff said at the correspondents dinner, Flint Flint, Michigan still doesn't have clean water. I so anyway, Rachel Maddow has beaten, Sean, Hannity, and and the latest. Sweeps, but it doesn't really matter. I mean, what matters is you understand that there's a time to watch FOX. And there's a time to watch CNN and MSNBC and even the news and your local area. If you want to find out what's happening. There are some, you know, but San Francisco you get so spoiled we have really good newscasts here, and they do it. Well, leaves us leave this market and go to a smaller market, and you it's it's kind of funny. I guess in a way out of you know, I mean, I was in Chicago, and I had to drive from Chicago to Saint Louis, and we stopped and hotel. I can't remember the name of the town. It was a medium sized city, and they came up with the news and the cameras camera guy was not paying attention. And then things started tilting down and she's like lowering her head. Oh, na hilarious thing. You know that hey, there's a lot of bay area. Reporter that are doing the same thing that they're on camera person. Believe me. Well, there's been I know people will go out and they set up the camera. They have a remote control a multimedia journalists, which means you're doing everyone's job. All right. So Howard Schultz again, the focus of hashtag liberal attacks. And I wanna I wanna play you again what he said, and you know, the hooting and hollering back at him. And we'll get that coming up and also at the bottom of the hour. We'll talk about Trump's comments about the intelligence community over Shane Harris from the Washington Post, and they've got a lot going on here. It's going be great our so don't go anywhere on the phone number is eight hundred eighty eight ten you'd like to contribute. Eighty eight hundred ten that sticky. Chip Franklin.

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"manafort flynn" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"manafort flynn" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Probably ten me. Laura. Aleppo's don't get to read through wonderful twenty. I wanted to point two point one is that Sean Hannity was one of Cohen's client. Yes, February seventh may really hope. Interesting for yes. To heard a comment on democratic ground this weekend, we should build the wall out of Hillary Clinton's females because nobody's getting over that. Hey did there. That's funny. Yeah. Everytime. Sean, Hannity talks. You just like a client number two says what about an individual one? So. Oh. All right. Ron Senator Ron Johnson who one of the senators who spent his July fourth in Russia. Yeah. Patriots. Who is also a disgrace yesterday. I have no first hand knowledge of what the facts are here. Do know what President Trump was burned earlier, by leaks of other private conversations? Frustration from that standpoint. But you said earlier this is not a traditional president. He has an orthodox means. But he was present United States is pretty much up to him terms of who he wants to read into his conversations with world leaders. That's just the basic fact right, except that's the only world leader. He's been burned by leaks about his treason. So he would be the victim than in that scenario because they might leak out his comments Putin. Right. Okay. All right. Go ahead. I wish the come to conclusion, and he could issues report you say, what's the Senate intelligence committee would would move more expeditiously and provide us information terms what they found this. This is where almost two years in this investigation. I have not seen any evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, I have seen evidence of collusion between Democrats and Russia. What what what's what's your evidence? Whatever the cast lighting that they're all trying to do. I just okay. What do you mean? I haven't seen the evidence. Why don't I refuse to look at it? Okay. Manafort Flynn, like the collusion's already been proven conspiracy. Whatever you wanna call it. Okay. We also Democrats paid for the Steele dossier. Right. And we've seen all kinds of corruption within the FBI Andrew McCabe took over the the FBI after that. He's now been fired because he lied to FBI zone investigators. So now, we've seen all kinds of. Theories activity here. I want to get to the bottom of the, but we can't as long as the mo- investigation continues to rumble on without a conclusion. So we need the information need these investigations concluded. Okay. Okay. Before it gets to me the biggest counterintelligence right right investigation in world history. And I mean, he's moved a blinding pace. If you asked me for all the tentacles are involved in this. But I just and first of all the Steele dossier as everybody said all weekend becomes more and more credible. Every day, there's more and more things from the Steele dossier that are that are being verified. And how many times can they repeat we all know that a Republican ordered the Steele dossier, initially, it they keep trying to make it about who ordered it. And not what's in it. All right. Let's get to Senator. Mark Warner people people have to stretch their memory, but we have to remember all the way back at the beginning of the week when the stories came out that Trump's campaign, chairman was sharing proprietary campaign data with a known Russian agent, Mr. Clem, Nick Kalim, Nick who has ties both the Putin and. Clem Nick who has ties to the Russian oligarch Oleg der, pasta, the very same oligarch that the Trump administration now wants to try to move San remove the sanctions on and tummy in Columbus made it really good point. It wasn't just polling. It was data analytics. The micro target those voters in those swing states. They knew we're going to decide the election period like when Rudy Giuliani. It's information. Not criminal. That's okay. People. They just count on. The people are too dumb to know the difference between how you microtarget voters. One more Senator Warren. It would be that kind of information that would inform the Russians later in the campaign when they launched their social media efforts or they created these fake identities. And as we've seen with clearcut proof a lot of those efforts were aimed at suppressing African American vote. Did they use that polling data to guide the Russian social media efforts to suppress African American vote? We don't know the answer to that yet. I would hope that Muller has gotten more indication, but it is a very real question. Okay. I know it. Yes. Yes. Yes. Mark Warner probably knows. It was clear that these are the states were in trouble, or it's close can decide the election here. The groups we think are bona Rable right to Mark Warner is seeing a lot more information than we have. Yeah. Knows what. Yeah, I feel like they're like all the people that have seen the classified gang sort of like Jim Carey in lake Bruce almighty. Like, they want to say more. But they can't I know. What do you think didn't? They just ask them straight out. Like, this is the president. Do you think Mark Warner is like? Well, and then he goes into the Senate. No, it's Steve curl. I'm sorry. Jim Carrey's off the stage making him go. All right. I don't either forty nine minutes after the hour. This portion of the show brought to you by rezone, you you haven't seen the guy that owns a show that trying to for the life insurance money in a while he used to be portly. Well, the exactly what if any slimmed-down for his son's first son's wedding now. Second son getting married. Tux doesn't fit bright cancer it through the kitchen door. Okay. So Greek is own to the rescue. You know, me, I'm a non-drug person. So I'm worried about weight loss products. That's why I am thrilled to welcome to the show. 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