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Fresh update on "mccabe" discussed on The Trish Regan Show

The Trish Regan Show

00:44 min | 49 min ago

Fresh update on "mccabe" discussed on The Trish Regan Show

"More. And let's get back to the insanity that is the world today. So we learned that a little more than 24 hours ago, the former president of the United States had his home Mar-a-Lago rated in Florida by the FBI. The search allegedly, now again, we don't know the full extent of this seems to be centered around whether or not he may have taken some classified materials when he departed the Oval Office. And the thinking was that they would then be in Palm Beach, Florida. And so the FBI was there to try and find them. This is kind of wild. What could he have possibly have taken? So that's one question, right? And that's one that Andrew mccabe, who I believe now works for CNN is out there asking mccabe who got fired by Trump from the FBI? So mccabe is asking these questions. A lot of people are thinking maybe could it be something more? We don't know. We don't know, but we know that there's some concern that not only have we just descended into banana republic territory, but in fact, this may be an overreach by our government. Now, again, we'll see where it all shakes out. We'll see what they have, but some judge signed off on this. And the last experience we had with a judge signing off on something to go after Donald Trump just happened to be that fake dossier. And you said to yourself, how could it be that our FBI wouldn't have investigated that more properly before asking a judge to sign off on that to actually spy on an American citizen? Well, now we're looking at a situation where a judge has authorized the search, the search of his home, and I think shows us where we are as a country right now. Now, there were some commentator over on MSNBC that I believe was saying, hey, you know, this should make our enemies kind of happy because you're seeing now calls for some pretty extreme measures and it's kind of brought out the most extreme of the right and of course the most extreme to the.

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 IRS asks Treasury watchdog to probe Comey, McCabe audits

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

IRS asks Treasury watchdog to probe Comey, McCabe audits

"The IRS is chief is asking for an investigation into tax audits targeting former FBI director James Comey and his top deputy Commissioner Charles rettig wants the Treasury Department's watchdog to review the circumstances of intensive and rare audits of both Comey and X FBI number two Andrew mccabe Donald Trump repeatedly attacked both men over the bureau's Russia investigation and IRS spokeswoman confirms the probe that says it's ludicrous and untrue to suggest senior IRS officials somehow targeted specific people for the audits The New York Times reports Comey was told of his audit three years ago and mccabe last year Sagar Meghani Washington

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What to Expect From the Sussman Trial With Kash Patel

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

What to Expect From the Sussman Trial With Kash Patel

"What are the next steps then? So this trial is going to wrap up. There is a period of time between the conviction and then the sentencing, right? Kind of decision of the jury, and then the sentencing, what can we expect next out of John Durham? What are the targets you think he's going to indict next? And has there been anything in this trial that has really surprised you? Yeah, so next, will the sentencing will be a couple of months away if and when I believe sussman's convicted in the next day or two. After that, we have to remind the audience. He already has another indictment in place in the trial set for this fall of the source to steal, and he also has a multiple count indictment for lying to the FBI at ton of times. And for making up all that Christopher Steele information. So he's got that in the pipeline public already. What I think is next is the joint joint venture conspiracy as John Durham has called it in the federal pleadings in the sussman indenting case that he has multiple other targets. And he has said Rodney joffe, the tech executive that was paid millions of dollars to drum up this false alphabet narrative while they were also drumming up their steel stuff. He has said publicly. He John Durham like Rodney joffe is a target of my ongoing investigation. He has also said in his pleading, these other people in the joint venture conspiracy, all that is, is legalese for a bunch of people have to get together to do this. The FBI, the Clinton campaign, fusion GPS, and these guys like Rodney joffe. And the Jake sullivans of the world. They're all mentioned by title in these pleadings. And they're all under his investigation. So that's why I think he's going to get a couple of FBI agents, and he should get Andy mccabe, who orchestrated this entire thing. And Peter strzok, hopefully, as well, along with fusion GPS and this tech guy Rodney joffe. And if he does all that, that's pretty good work.

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Corey Lewandowski: Mainstream Media Gives No Coverage of Sussman Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Corey Lewandowski: Mainstream Media Gives No Coverage of Sussman Trial

"But here's the problem. The mainstream media ABC NBC CBS News, MSNBC, zero coverage of the sussman trials. Zero. Can you imagine if Corey Lewandowski as the former campaign manager, Donald Trump was on trial right now for peddling misinformation? And trying to and being accused of lying to the FBI. I mean, the problem we have Michael is, look at lying to the FBI, it's only a crime if you're a normal person. If you're a special person and you're Andy mccabe or your Peter struck or at least a page or in this case sussman, there is no crime. Cory. Don't worry about it.

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Kash Patel: Possible Indictments to Expect From John Durham

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Kash Patel: Possible Indictments to Expect From John Durham

"Stuff Do you think there's going to be any legal consequence for higher ups your mccabe Comey clapper Hillary any of them or just one or two or none I mean where do you see this going I see there's a couple more indictments I see coming from John Durham probably one of the FBI probably won a fusion GPS because they orchestrated this whole thing with the Clinton campaign and made millions in light to the world And I think they lied to Congress too Glenn Simpson another guy who I interrogated in line And I think it gets to Andy mccabe I don't think it gets any higher than that You know I've been thinking about this for four or 5 years in the form of a prosecutor I was just like those guys call me Clinton clapper Brennan They're just so smart and they're so evil That's the problem that they've covered their tracks and it would be very hard to make a case against them Now it doesn't mean that John Durham is not going to annihilate them in the report But you and I both want indictment accountability And I think if we get any mccabe the FBI fusion GPS then this is going to make Watergate look like Sunday afternoon tea And so it's going to be I think that's where he's going I hope that's where he's going And he's got the investigation to prove it But the other thing speaking about John Brennan remember this guy briefed Barack Obama when he was president in 2016 That Hillary Clinton was running a disinformation operation against president Trump What I want to know Why isn't that memo been declassified Where is it Where is it

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Kash Patel: Durham May Build a Conspiracy Case Against Andrew McCabe

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Kash Patel: Durham May Build a Conspiracy Case Against Andrew McCabe

"But then I thought to myself and Jim said it during the break We always chatting Chips like you know really pisses me off He's like Andrew weissman Who Now Mueller was out of it You heard him testify publicly I'm not absolving him of wrongdoing Mueller folks Let me be clear But he was so clearly out of it in the hearing you wonder how much he really knew about wiseman was his bulldog And weissman was briefed cash in August of 2016 about the dossier and then gets the bulldog position under Mueller to go after Trump for what weissman now categorically knows was a hoax This is third world Cuba style stuff No Jim's right This guy ran the special counsel's investigation not based on facts and law but based on pure politics And he admitted it and he got hired to do that job anyway This is the same guy that texted the Deputy Attorney General The attorney general Sally Yates the day after she got fired rightly so by Trump and he texted her and he said basically we love you Thanks for being a political monster What kind of computers did me as a former federal prosecutor How can you be okay with that But that Andy I'll check one to Jim on that Andy and I go to the biggest culprit is Miami Andy mccabe That guy orchestrated this entire Russia gate hoax as a deputy director of the FBI and a reminder everybody He got fired for lying to federal investigators about leaking information to the media about the Clinton email server investigation That's the guy that was running the insurance plan with the lovebirds in his office In August of 2016 and that's the guy that signed off in the most salacious Pfizer warrant and lied to a federal court That guy I have always said this all roads lead to Andy mccabe and I think John dermot building the criminal conspiracy case that's going to knock him out

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Trump Files Lawsuit Against Clinton, Democrats for Russia Claims

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:07 min | 4 months ago

Trump Files Lawsuit Against Clinton, Democrats for Russia Claims

"Donald Trump has filed a bombshell lawsuit against Hillary Clinton. Yes, it's Trump versus Clinton. Not only Clinton as it turns out there are a number of other defendants and anyway, I'm delighted to be with you with my daughter, Danielle de Sue, a guild. She's the author of the book the choice, the abortion divide in America. She's also host of the TV show called counterculture with Danielle de Souza gill which appears on epic TV. Danielle, this is actually I think a lot of fun here and it looks like Trump is giving it to them. Look at all the defendants in this lawsuit. It's Hillary Clinton. It's the Democratic National Committee. It's the Parkinson schooly firm. It's Mark Elias who used to be a partner in that firm, Michael sussman. This is the guy, the democratic operative, who has been indicted by Durham, Jake Sullivan, John Podesta, Christopher Steele, of the Steele dossier, the FBI agent Peter struck and Lisa page, Andrew mccabe. So this is like this is like a menagerie of bad guys.

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Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State

"The fifteenth seed is going to the Sweet Sixteen St Peter's seventy to sixty win over Murray state was one of two upsets in Indianapolis the peacocks got seventeen points from Casey the DeFeo who helped hold the racers to thirty four percent shooting we know defense comes first we spent so much time in practice on defense so you know there's nothing new to us we just come in and try to play you play defense all day and give a hundred ten percent in every in every aspect earlier eleven seed Michigan got by third seed Tennessee's seventy six to sixty eight hundred Dickinson and Eli Brooks combined for fifty points as the Wolverines stage their second upset in as many games Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Murray State edges San Francisco 92-87 in overtime

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Murray State edges San Francisco 92-87 in overtime

"First round games in Indianapolis produced two upsets and almost a third the biggest surprise fifteenth seed Saint Peters eighty five to seventy nine overtime win against second seed Kentucky the peacocks rallied in both regulation and overtime and got twenty seven points from Daryl banks eleventh seed Michigan upset six seed Colorado state it took overtime but seventh seed Murray state prevailed over San Francisco ninety two eighty seven and Tennessee had no trouble with Longwood winning eighty eight to fifty six Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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No. 24 Iowa closes out No. 9 Purdue 75-66 for Big Ten title

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

No. 24 Iowa closes out No. 9 Purdue 75-66 for Big Ten title

"Iowa outscored Purdue twelve to four over the game's final three minutes to claim the big ten tournament championship seventy five to sixty six tournament outstanding player Keegan Murray had nineteen points and eleven rebounds as Iowa wins four games in four days I fought all regards how the change of mindset tonight that soreness is out the window for us and anything that was bugging us was thrown out the window we want to get the championship and all of our guys bought and then Jaden Ivey led Purdue with twenty points the twenty seven the seven Boilermakers head into the NCAA tournament as a third seed Iowa at twenty six and nine earned a fifth seed Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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No. 9 Purdue gets past Michigan State 75-70, into title game

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

No. 9 Purdue gets past Michigan State 75-70, into title game

"The number three seed Purdue will take on five seed Iowa in the big ten tournament championship game the Hawkeyes got there within eighty to seventy seven win over Indiana I was Keegan Murray had thirty two points but it was Jordan Bohannon is long three pointer with one second left that won it I just try to do what I've always done you know because often late game situations and you know just got to give credit to keep him because I got a lot open threes at the end of the game because of him the other put so much attention around you know I got I was able to get open for a couple couple shots third seeded Purdue held off Michigan state's comeback for seventy five to seventy win J. deny me let the Boilermakers with twenty two points Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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No. 9 Purdue tops Penn State 69-61 in Big Ten tourney

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

No. 9 Purdue tops Penn State 69-61 in Big Ten tourney

"Three of the top four seeded big ten tournament teams fail to survive the quarterfinals the biggest upset top seeded Illinois falling to ninth seed Indiana which came into the tournament with two straight losses trayce Jackson Davis led the Hoosiers with twenty one points Iowa knocked off for seed Rutgers eighty four to seventy four and second seed Wisconsin was upended by Michigan state sixty nine to sixty three among the top four only Purdue advanced with the sixty nine sixty one win over Penn state Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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No. 11 Villanova cruises by Butler in regular-season finale

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

No. 11 Villanova cruises by Butler in regular-season finale

"Number eleven Villanova heads into the Big East Tournament with seven wins in its last eight games the latest US seventy eight fifty nine victory at Butler the Wildcats second lopsided win over the Bulldogs this year Villanova held Butler to thirty six percent shooting and got sixteen points from guard Justin Moore we came in here when it's a pride in the face of B. itself would be a physical in a rebound in in a tough and testament of paint and we knew it's gonna be tough come in this environment and I'm trying to get stops we we stayed together we stayed focus I got it done the Wildcats now twenty three oh seven went up by as many as twenty eight points of the second half the Bulldogs were led by Chuck Harris with nineteen points Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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No. 3 Purdue blocks Maryland in final seconds for 62-61 win

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

No. 3 Purdue blocks Maryland in final seconds for 62-61 win

"Purdue fought back for sixty to sixty one win over Maryland the third ranked Boilermakers went on a fourteen to nothing run midway into the second half after falling behind by twelve Jaden ivy who averages seventeen points was limited to eleven but his basket with thirteen seconds ago sealed the win with the Terrapins leading scorer Erica yell out Fatts Russell picked up the slack finishing with twenty four points Purdue is now twenty two and four Maryland falls to eleven and fourteen Tom McCabe west Lafayette Indiana

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Ivey 3 in last second, No. 6 Purdue fends off No. 16 Ohio St

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Ivey 3 in last second, No. 6 Purdue fends off No. 16 Ohio St

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Phinisee's career game leads Indiana past No. 4 Purdue 68-65

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Phinisee's career game leads Indiana past No. 4 Purdue 68-65

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Kash Patel: 'We're Seeing the Politicization of the National Security Apparatus of the U.S.'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Kash Patel: 'We're Seeing the Politicization of the National Security Apparatus of the U.S.'

"Our government in a variety of different roles. You were a partner with Devin Nunes in uncovering and masking. And later, I want to ask you about our friend Durham and how that entire project is progressing in your opinion. But I just want to ask you kind of more broadly, can you talk about the threats that the United States security state, the whole security apparatus poses against either conservative Americans or Christian Americans or what would be considered disagreeable political opinions and tie that together with what you uncovered in the Russia investigation with Donald Trump and how they entrap Donald Trump and they use the fisa court surveillance. Talk a little bit about that. Yeah, that's a great question. Look, it's all interconnected as you were alluding to right there. Basically, the sum and substance is what we are seeing as the politicization of the national security apparatus in the United States. The one apparatus that is supposed to be a political. The one apparatus from Donald Trump came in and said to me, when I was running his counter terrorism programs or was his deputy director of national intelligence or later over at DoD, was this is what we're doing. We're going to end the forever wars. We're going to wipe out Al-Qaeda senior leadership. We're going to kill the emirs of ISIS. Take out Soleimani, return American hostages, seal our southern border, prohibit Chinese fentanyl and opioids from pouring in and killing our youth. These are things that are apolitical and that you would think all Americans would want especially Americans who have children would want for their youth. And when Donald Trump got elected, that narrative got blown up. And it started with the Russia gate narrative, which I was fortunate enough to be the chief investigator on for chairman Nunes who wrote the Nunes memo. We wrote a report. We basically showed the largest criminal enterprise perpetuated by the Democratic Party and the Hillary Clinton campaign and intentionally faulty actors and Andrew mccabe and James Comey and clapper over in the FBI and IC to go to an intelligence court and say lying to an intelligence court just to surveil their opponent because they didn't like the guy. That trend,

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Jackson-Davis scores 27, Indiana shuts down No. 13 OSU 67-51

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Jackson-Davis scores 27, Indiana shuts down No. 13 OSU 67-51

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Nets win in Irving's return...Mavs whip Warriors

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Nets win in Irving's return...Mavs whip Warriors

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm sure sure the the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets were were doing doing just just fine fine without without chi chi recurring recurring but but there's there's no no doubt doubt that that Irving Irving completes completes the the nets nets as as a a legitimate legitimate contender contender for for an an NBA NBA title title Irving Irving stepped stepped back back onto onto an an NBA NBA court court playing playing for for first first time time this this season season help help rally rally the the nets nets from from a a nineteen nineteen point point deficit deficit in in a a one one twenty twenty nine nine one one twenty twenty one one women women at at Indiana Indiana Tom Tom McCabe McCabe reports reports erring erring whose whose vaccination vaccination status status keeps keeps him him from from playing playing in in New New York York City City scored scored twenty twenty two two points points as as Brooklyn Brooklyn snapped snapped a a three three game game losing losing streak streak at at this this stage stage you you know know taking taking off off a a months months or or or or being being out out again again for for eight eight months months and and coming coming back back in in it it was was so so much much uncertainty uncertainty ages ages how how many many minutes minutes you you know know was was the the Florida Florida game game going going to to be be like like you you know know how how my my team team is is gonna gonna feel feel that that was was the the game game flow flow down down B. B. Kevin Kevin Durant Durant led led the the nets nets with with thirty thirty nine nine points points Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis booklet booklet out out twenty twenty four four and and twelve twelve sitting sitting in in the the second second seed seed in in the the Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Dallas Dallas retired retired the the jerseys jerseys of of great great director director Vicki Vicki cut cut golden golden state's state's Steph Steph curry curry on on a a cold cold shooting shooting night night and and beat beat the the warriors warriors ninety ninety nine nine eighty eighty two two mavs mavs coach coach Jason Jason Kidd Kidd said said they they played played a a perfect perfect game game against against curry curry and and the the warriors warriors play play heart heart and and going going to to school school or or what what was was going going to to score score the the staff staff is is not not make make threes threes we we just just try try to to make make it it as as tough tough as as possible possible injury injury just just five five of of twenty twenty four four from from the the field field and and forty forty points points NFL NFL news news the the top top seed seed in in the the AFC AFC the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans have have cleared cleared workhorse workhorse running running back back Derrick Derrick Henry Henry returned returned to to the the practice practice field field Henry Henry last last year's year's AP AP NFL NFL offense offense a a player player of of the the year year has has been been out out since since late late October October with with a a broken broken foot foot the the hottest hottest team team in in the the NHL NHL continues continues to to pile pile up up wins wins Pittsburgh Pittsburgh overcame overcame a a slow slow start start got got two two goals goals from from Bryan Bryan rust rust in in a a five five three three win win over over St St Louis Louis our our ability ability to to win win different different ways ways I I think think is is that that this this has has been been coming coming out out lately lately I I think think I I think think that's that's a a that's that's a a sign sign of of good good things things and and hopefully hopefully we we can can keep keep building building on on that that one one college college basketball basketball game game involving involving two two top top twenty twenty five five teams teams eleventh eleventh ranked ranked Iowa Iowa state state beat beat number number twenty twenty five five Texas Texas tech tech fifty fifty one one forty forty seven seven Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports

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"mccabe" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

06:42 min | 9 months ago

"mccabe" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Again, that's same box dot com slash MPU. And thank you sandbox for all of your support of the Mac power users. So Sean, we've talked a lot about your setup, your Mac pro, your displays, software using to automate things. But I want to turn a little bit more to cloud services. You work with a team, which I want to hear about. But what are some of the tools that make collaborating with others or even just moving work from desktop to the online realm? What are some things in your toolbox there? Yeah, so we have a completely remote team. So we've never actually had an office. There's about 20 of us working together, and we use slack actually used to pay for slack and I found that I didn't really use the paid features enough. So we actually get by on the free version of slack, but it's really hard when you run a service that each week the team is performing 1300 tasks. You can't really run that in slack, especially if you want things to run automatically and people not to forget things. So we do have a project management system. We used to use a sauna, but which is pretty good. But we actually switched to a more bespoke software called process kit, which is really custom made for productized service agencies. So productized services being something that you basically provide the same exact thing with maybe a couple variables. Again and again. So, you know, whereas you might have a project template that every time you want to do a new version of it, you have to duplicate the template or something like that. This has the ability to just auto generate a new project from a template based on certain client attributes, which is just perfect for us because we can set up what's called a client in there and set certain attributes like they have this package. They have this package. They don't want these titles. They do want this. You've got all these attributes and maybe radio buttons or information. And you can dynamically create different projects based on those attributes. But the thing that really sold me was the zapier integration to where upon completion of certain key milestone tasks, you can trigger a WebHook that will do a bunch of things, but for us, it does things in zapier. So it can move it on the can ban list, or it can mention the next person in line in the project in that particular client's slack channel. And so it just kind of keeps things moving along. So that's kind of the core of our agency is this process kit service, combined with zapier and slack. Is this something that you're using with your clients or they logging and doing things or is it totally internal to you all? No, so I mean, you could. They do have some features where clients can fill out forms and whatnot. But part of the unique value of our service is that it is completely hands free. So our goal is our clients just have to show up and record and then step away from their desk and everything happens. So they don't actually log in in our case. Okay. Yeah, this looks really cool. And I think using zapier as sort of the first domino to fall if you will is super smart. We do something really similar every layer where our business does run on slack. That works really well for us. And we have zappy or keeping an eye on all of these different services we use and then reporting back to us and slack of, hey, this invoice got paid this sales thing did this or that. And it's nice because I don't have to go out and look for that stuff all the time. I would imagine with you all, when step 6 happens, you need to trigger step 7. Well, if that someone's job to do every day, then you've actually added more than just those two steps to it. And so automating that sort of thing is definitely key for the way we work. Yeah, something that really was super helpful for me that maybe we'll give some people ideas if they use zapier for stuff is so the scenario is we've got a client and we have teams of three or four people on each client. And some people work on the same teams or the same clients, but it could always be different. And so ideally, you want a single zap that when a certain milestone task is completed, that zap is triggered, and then let's say it mentions someone, it needs to mention the rider on that account in that client slack channel. Well, you could have a zap for every single client and hard code it to mention the writer on that account, but what happens when you have a new client? Well, then you have to make a news app. And what happens when the writer changes? Well, you need to go and that's something we used to do. And then I learned a smarter way to do it, which is you can use the database like maybe air table or in our case, we get away with using Google sheets as kind of a basic database where we've just got a table of clients and then rolls. Here's the writer. Here's the reviewer and that has the person slack ID. And so the zap will actually do a lookup. It'll say, okay, what's the client name on this? It pulls that from the project management system, and it does a look up in the table, and it finds the writer. And so anytime there's a change in personnel, we just update that database and change the writer's name and the slack ID and then that automation the zap is going to mention the right person in slack. So there's just that singles app for that milestone and it's dynamically filled out with the right client and person information. Yeah, that's really clever. I mean, so much of business management these days is accomplished with online tools. But I think for a lot of people, there's just so many, it's hard to kind of get your head around where to start. Yeah, I mean, it's honestly just learning to learning what's possible and then the way I recommend thinking is if you do it more than once automated. And I think most people wait until they do something 6 times or 12 times. And I say, look, if you do it more than once, there's just a really good chance that you're going to do it more than twice. And so if you automate things you do multiple times, I mean, you just have to think about it. Anything that you do repetitively, I understand sometimes it's a little bit different this time, or a little bit different that time, but you want to learn to think in terms of variables. If you're making an invoice or you're making a contract or you're making a new project and it's something you're doing again and again and again, it's something that you ideally want to automate and it's almost certainly possible. Increasingly.

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"mccabe" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

07:54 min | 9 months ago

"mccabe" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Which is helping people go from working a full time job to making a living doing what they love to do. You know, whether that's working with clients or selling your own products physical, digital products, just the practical stuff, but also starting from a point of, what is it that's keeping you stuck, you know, when you finish working at the day job, maybe you just feel like I just want to collapse on the couch and watch Netflix or maybe you feel like my family doesn't support me or my spouse doesn't believe in me. I realized after spending three years over 300 in person conversations talking to people in this position, it wasn't so much the business stuff that was holding them back as these other things and burn out and stuff like that. So the book attempts to help someone get unstuck and then kind of lays out the practical steps for how do you go from that full-time job to starting your own business? Yeah. Well, I think that the entire Internet owes you a debt of gratitude. You just really are blazing a trail and showing people the way to try and go out and make a sustainable living on the Internet and I really appreciate everything you've done. And that doesn't even mention some articles, which we're going to get into in a little bit. Before we do though, let's pull prove your bona fides here to our Mac Paris's audience. Share it with us all your gear, Sean. Oh, wow. Believe it or not, I used to run a PC repair company, some 15 plus years ago and it was the iPhone that got me into the Apple ecosystem because I got that first drug. And it's like, wow, that's just, it's so polished. It works so well. And kind of got into iMac and then iPad. And so yeah, pretty much have all the Apple devices. My main machine here is still rocking the trashcan Mac pro, the 2013 model, but it's going strong and it's powering these four 27 inch displays that I've got a raid here. But yeah, I love that thing. It's a workhorse. I tried, I took a sabbatical year and I was going to travel the world. Unfortunately, that happened to be 2020 and the pandemic put a damper on that. Yeah. But I attempted to use an iPad as my main machine. I had the iPad iPad Pro 2018 model 11 inch. And it's a great, it's a great device, and especially with the magic keyboard, but I don't know. I think I'm too much of a power user. I missed I missed my keyboard Maestro and my Alfred and my, you know, all of the macOS stuff. I couldn't I could write emails I could record I could edit a little video, but I just missed the Mac too much. Yeah, we were just talking before we started recording how I'm remapping some Apple scripts to the hyper key for Apple mail. And it's just like, the problem with the iPad is that stuff just does not possible. I mean, you can't remap case. You've got to just go with whatever they chose, which is no fun. But you said something there that I can't get by. You've got four monitors, Sean, I want the story here. Yeah, well, I started with one and, you know, that wasn't enough. So I had two, but you don't want just two, and three would look awkward. So I ended up with four displays. Actually, it was from it was from live doing live streamed teaching sessions where I'm sharing my screen. This is back before apple's keynote allowed you to do window presentation, you know, so I needed more space for notes and chat and the streaming software and my slides. And so it just kind of started building out the different displays. And I love being able to just glance and immediately see the information I need without having to switch spaces. I definitely understand the desire for focus and unit asking, not getting distracted. I know it's not for everyone, but I feel I feel incapacitated if I have less than four monitors at this point. I think you're the only person we've had on the show anytime recently that still has a 2013 Mac pro. A lot of those machines had problems like the GPUs and stuff, but you say yours is holding strong. It did. It definitely felt the thermal corner that it was backed into, but I don't know, I balanced everything just to the point where it's like, okay, nobody touched the Jenga tower, but it just consistently works at this point. And I've been holding out for a desktop Mac with apple's processor. So I think that's the next one I'm going to jump to. Yeah. Well, first of all, good on you for keeping the trash can Mac running. And on the monitors, I just want to just dwell on that for a second. So before the end days, I had an iMac with two four K monitors on either side. In vertical mode. And it was working great, but then when everything happened, my kids actually needed monitors to connect to their screens when they were doing zoom school. They all came home. So I gave them those monitors. And I have not re hooked them up as the kids have stopped needing them. But I get it. I just read a really good book called the extended mind by Annie Paul and it's just talking about the way humans work and the studies that show like when you put a big whiteboard wall in a room people actually having the visual nature of everything up on the screen or on the wall, actually helps people think about and solve problems faster. And they did one experiment where they had an entire wall monitor, which had the same effect. So definitely more pixels, I think, can help you work on problems. But I'm just so used to now my single monitor setup. It's really I find it really hard. But I have been doing it. For me, mind maps are the things I want to have on an additional screen. And I haven't putting them on my iPad next to my Mac, but I can understand why you would want to have all those screens. But probably feels to people like, what would I do with another pair of arms? And it's like, I promise, you'll find things to do with them. I just, the computer for me is an extension of my brain. It's an outboard brain. I'm sure there's people out there that they know what they're going to get done today and then keep it all in their head. I just don't want to I don't want to use my brain to remember things. I want to use my brain to think about things and process things. And so I don't try and remember anything. I put it all in the computer in things and that's where my ideas go. And it's kind of like with my displays. It's like, I just want a place for everything. There's the call recording. There's the podcast recording. There's my to do list. There's my notes. There's your notes. There's keyboard Maestro. It's just everything's here. Everything's available. Yeah, I get it. And if we can talk you into cine as a picture of that, I'd love to put that in the newsletter this week, if I can see exactly how that said, I guess you've got just a bunch of Visa mounts with all these monitors. Yeah, I've been through a few I'd have to get you a link, but I found one that's really heavy duty because I had one that was not so heavy duty and it crashed on me. And let us know. It's actual crash. It's not like my computer is frozen. No, that's right, yeah, one of these it's like you can see the cracks from it falling, but yeah, it's a quad mount. The other thing you do is you also, in addition to all that you have a mount for your zoom setup with the I forget what you call it the teleprompter, right? Yeah, that's one of my favorites..

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"mccabe" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"mccabe" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"How are you? Excited. We've got a guest on today who I really desperately want to share with the Mac power users audience. Welcome to the show, Sean mccabe. Hey, David glad to be here. I've been looking forward to this. Yeah, well Sean has been on the focus podcast a few times. Shaun is a very smart guy and has some great ideas about things like sabbaticals, which will probably talk about later. But every time I talk to Sean, he dribbles out these little bits of like tech, like he's using some online service I've never heard of, or he's got some automation that's totally freaking amazing. He's got robot switches in his house. That's one of the things I want to talk to you about today. But he's got all these great technology stuff. And Steven, did you ever see Hamilton? Have you seen Hamilton yet? No. I'm the last person in North America who hasn't seen it. Well, there's a great scene in it where they're in a bar and he starts like debating or wrapping and everybody in the room just stops. And they're like, we got to get this guy in front of the stage. That's my feeling with Shawn. Every time I hear him talk about tech, we got to get this guy in front of the Mac power you study. And so Sean was kind enough to come in and we're going to be talking to him today about all sorts of cool stuff, his hardware, automation, all the cloud services he's using and some more cool stuff that we've got on the list. So we've got a lot to cover today, Sean. And thanks for coming in again. Well, what a nice intro. Thank you, David. You're going to have to hold me back because you guys are my people, you know, the listeners of this show, this is all the stuff that everyone in my life, you know, it doesn't care about that I'm super passionate about, so I'm pumped. As I told you in the prep call, you are unleashed Sean, you can get as nerdy as you want with us, and we will we will love you for it. I'm rubbing my hands together. All right. Before we get started, also today on more power users, Steven, has turned his family into child labor for calendar delivery. And I think you're using some tech on that too. We're going to end more power users today. We're going to get into Stevens calendar saga. I'm looking forward to hearing all the details on that. But either way, Sean, for folks who don't know you. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Yeah, so my name's Sean mccabe, I run an agency called Sean west media and our flagship service daily content machine what we do is we turn long form videos so you can think like an hour long video podcast into short clips for social media. So we find all the best parts and title it and animate it and all of that and publish it. So you can record once a week and then be everywhere every day. So that's kind of my day job, if you will is running that agency. And that's really the way people do marketing these days, right? I mean, you get little snippets out there. And so folks can hear it, and then they can go find out more. And that's a lot of work to put that together. So you just have a team that does it for people. It's a ton of work. It's 1300 tasks per week. The team performs to create all this content, essentially turning that one weekly show into something like a 150 video posts per month. And I used to do it all myself and I built this system so that my team could do it for me and found out a lot of other people wanted it as well. So now it's now it's the main service we do. Now for the listeners who are interested, I'd recommend heading over to daily content machine dot co CEO and checking out what Sean's got going on. For folks who are getting started in the Sean, where are they just out of curiosity? What are the platforms people are supposed to be hitting these days with this type of advertising? Yeah. The thought is, you know, you've got a podcast. You want people to check out this podcast and one way is to go on social media and link to it and promote it or ask your guests to share it. Another way is, you know, in our case, we're working with video content. If it's on video, you can grab a clip of that and post it on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn, places like this where you give someone a sense of what the show is about right there. So it's not behind a click, and then hopefully they're intrigued enough to check out the full version. Yeah, well, as always, Sean is like ahead of the curve. I mean, remember, if you started out with lettering, wasn't that your first thing that you did online? Yeah, hand lettering, drawing custom letters, you think of like the Coca-Cola logo. It's not a font or a typeface. It's custom drawn lettering. I would do that just for fun and drawing myself just sharing it online back then I was running a web design agency, so this was my side gig, but after about two years of sharing that work every day, people were interested in hiring me for custom commissions or getting prints and t-shirts and things like that. So I did eventually do lettering full time and then was also teaching the business side of lettering because I had knowledge about pricing and contracts and how to get paid quarterly licensing royalties, you know, for work you did in the past. So yeah, that was something I did for a number of years. Yeah. And you bet you really were early to the game of explaining to people how to make an online business that's sustainable. And you've proven it several times. If you go over to Sean west dot com, that's your I don't want to say your original because I know it's not your original site, but it's kind of the main site where you started teaching people how to be, you know, sustainable online business, people, and then now you've got daily content, machine, which really serves the same purpose. Yeah, Sean west dot com. That's kind of the main hub, a bunch of educational resources, podcasts, videos, and articles and things like that. Yeah, and then in the midst of it all you wrote a book. Yes, overlap book dot com. So this is actually more relevant now..

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"mccabe" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:24 min | 10 months ago

"mccabe" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Napa. Thanks for candidates. Great to have you here as always. We're going to talk to someone. I'm gonna classify her this way. Maybe maybe this description is wrong. Maybe it's right. We'll find out from her. But i would Call her a life. Coach for entrepreneurs This way i can describe what she does as far as i can ascertain from a website. i have warned her that a bit of a negative nellie on a lot of his stuff mindset in manifest manifesting Things in your life. Just i find it hard to fit into my belief system but we will continue to remain open minded. I hope you do. And i hope you will will gain something from this conversation At my guess is in the uk to today and she is a former app academic Magana mccabe. Allen wasn't academic before becoming a coach. She has a top Class interdisciplinary ph d from the leading u u k university At many international conferences on the subject of how we create an interact with reality and how we use powerful idea crafting and belief to change the channel in our field and in the world. Wow she's worked. With hundreds of students change their perspective and and being in the world and mentored many postgraduates in stepping into the unique pass boys passion and purpose so they could have the impact they dreamed of some my Some of our Earlier academic background can be found on a website which we will be listening Momentarily ladies and gentlemen please open your ears. Open your minds and helped me. Welcome in dr or ghana mccabe. Allan thank you for being here. Thanks so much for having me. It's my pleasure to have you now. I as i mentioned this brief because we only had it a second chat. I'm pretty negative. Nellie on on a lot of this stuff. I'm hard to Hard to accept some of the things because they seem like a simplified Over-simplified statement on things like manifesting itself. And when i look at your website offense. But i look at it. I seek thing like crystals Or rats start think. This is kind of a new age thing and my wrong. Yeah you are wrong is okay. I understand why. Because i do intentionally use mri to culture that speaks to specific handle pearson and attracts them. And that's i mean that's part of high marks. It works but new. I know some kind of and i don't like to use the word with but that is the typical candidate Freeze it. that's not where i have come from. I did not see on. Higher reality is created with all the people places things ideas social constructs including our own viewers Trauma artem oceans also known company in season energies that we interact with in our own personal individual and also at cultural level. And so when i talk about manifesting while i'm talking about is not Nations three a day. Will i am talking about the size of material culture and talking about the weed place. Talks back to us. And talking about Society that we live in shape before we even realize were being shaved. Wow cool stuff and you've seen results With with the message that you used to achieve these things i'm I'm assuming now who is your ideal your ideal client. The people are competing for for this. I don't know I don't want to call it advice because it's more than just advice. It's a it's a re re re reimagining their thinking processes. Yes yes and change it how you feel an will. I mean by. That is more spiritual bypassing a. Don't mean saying. I don't talk positively not just a few good few You have to feel the tiny not that. It's all but actually understand the feelings marriage in the boise highway. Khukri them and hype. We can process them so and yeah. We stayed amazing results with with Lately i've been doing a lot of. I wouldn't call it soul searching. It's trying to figure out where. 'cause i'm an older guy. I'm not i'm not somebody who's just getting out of college and now Has big dreams about what they want to achieve. I'm in all guy looking back at my life and saying What could i have done better and it seems to me. And if i'm really honest. And i think this is probably true and talking about over-simplification here here. I am going to be over implicate oversimplifying Problems that. I think a lot of people might wanted to that. I think are the cause of my from when i look at where i did. Not stay aligned with what. I felt my purpose was it was because of fear in some in most cases it was a fear of starting out or going back to zero and starting at broke was already an adult and realized the job path the career path though is on just not for me and i knew that deep in my soul but never had the courage to actually take the steps needed to change that because it meant going back to zero starting at zero and and and that's a scary place to be. I don't wanna be broke. I don't and so. I was always up against that fear of of being destitute to start over but sometimes i think and i. I'm just wondering on your perspective on this. Sometimes that's important. You have to say scrap where everything that you've been working on if you really wanna go way where you're intended and the map says you'll going that way and you want to go that way you need. To just you know level it out and scorched earth my correct in that. Yeah i do believe that for the most part. I also have done that many times in my life. I mean either. an entire completed. Master's thesis Two weeks before it was handed. Andrew a brand new one in two weeks into the same thing No within two weeks and because they didn't believe in the work that was great in and you either. It was moving in the direction that would me a pass not in the direction that was actually authentic for me. So as twice in my academic year done it personally in my business As well and doing hottest people we had a client recently. That changed her entire idea klein her entire offer her entire knees and and literally went into zito and she is my making thirty six times more than she was making before she tickets. So is all this necessarily. Because when i when i look over your website. I'm thinking this is for.

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"mccabe" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"mccabe" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Fantasy and diamond league. It is to be okay honey dick. They can't it's gonna be okay. Just calm down all right. My picks this week stay pretty much the same. I still think it's a bit early for rudy but given today's sabotage and this wackadoo interview. I'm going go ahead and draft rudy. I know that in the coen case. He was rated in april and pled guilty in august. And we have the same special master. And i haven't seen an update from barbara joan so i still think it might be too early but i don't know what prompted him to go on and declares innocence in new york so i'll draft rudy. Why not and we're in primetime right now for the charging decision for matt gaetz. So i'm going to go with ingersoll angles and gates and But you know we did have greenberg. Push his sentencing back so he could keep talking about all the crime ing. I don't know and we haven't heard there hasn't been any reporting about whether or not that would push back. The original public reporting that said a charging decision would come for gates in july or august for my final pick. I'm gonna go with a calamari plea agreement in the manhattan. Da's investigation and whether or not we see a plea agreement we might not. We might only see him testifying to the grand jury if he is testifying that means. He's he's cooperating either that or he's waived his rights which has very doubtful. So i'm gonna go with their calamar plea agreement so let's watch for him entering that grand jury room to testify that it'd be the sign same with weisselberg but i don't know if he's gonna flip or not. As lincoln's bible says he was born to go to prison for the trump detroit organization. I almost said administration but same same. Same thing all right. Let's show you got an ad free this week so if you want to continue to get it ad free and be eligible to meet up me personally for some cocktails in lower manhattan this friday at five. Pm you can become a patron by visiting patriot. Dot com slash. Muller she wrote. We'll be sending out location information for the details of that. Meet up in new york and then we're going to have that in lieu of.

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"mccabe" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"mccabe" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"And again talking. With andy mccabe about this later and what. The implications of this new evidence could mean and what the strength of this new evidence is and finally the attorney general for the district of columbia will continue investigating whether trump's 2017 inauguration committee misspent more than a million dollars i think they misspent probably more than fifty million but okay And this is after discussions to resolve the matter out of court. They tried to do a little settlement. Didn't work the office had a civil lawsuit against the inaugural committee and the trump organization this month. The case was forced into mediation which is a dealmaking making session. In which neutral negotiator tries to get different sides to come to an agreement while lawyers met on july fourteenth to discuss resolving the case out of court the meeting went nowhere according to court records the closed-door meeting resulted in no agreement reached the reason. Investigators are dead set on seeing this case through to the end. That's according to a source with knowledge of the case. That means the case. We'll proceed as all sides way to see whether the dc superior court judge jose lopez rules that the local law enforcement agency has already proven its case before trial. The office of the local attorney. General coral racine has a pending motion for summary judgment arguing. That evidence already presented weighs heavily in his favor. The local attorney general claims the trump organization and trump international hotel in dc. Were unjustly enriched. By overbilling the nonprofit inauguration committee the office wants the judge to force the return of one point zero eight million dollars in misspent charitable funds. The attorney general's office wants to award that money to another. Civic minded nonprofit of choosing racing's office is seeking similar outcome to the victory. That new york's attorney general had in two thousand eighteen over the trump foundation member tisch james forcing the trump foundation to disband and hand over money to charities and they can't work at a charity in new york. And with that. I like i said i was able to speak with an old friend about some of this week's news. Let's take a listen to that interview. So what a treat. Today i get to talk to author of the book the threat and former acting director of the fbi. Andy mccabe andy. How are you. I'm doing really well. Thanks for having me good. No i'm i'm really glad i got to talk to you today. I've been watching you You're popping up a lot. Because we got a lot of department of justice stuff going on and i wanted to talk a little bit about what the department of justice is and so far what we haven't heard or they aren't doing and that's namely we haven't heard anything about any investigations into the leadership or the insiders or the funders of the riots and also we don't know if they're gonna look at obstruction of justice charges from from donald trump from muller's findings. He hasn't made an announcement on that. Either way. I'm not sure if they will but i wanted to ask you if you could kind of remind everybody sort of how an investigation in the department of justice get started. What kicks it off. What has to be there. In order to open an investigation into something like same mo brooks language at the ellipse or donald trump's language at the ellipse sure are so it helps to think about the fbi's investigative authorities which come to them from the department of justice in the form of the attorney general guidelines and those guidelines are then interpreted by the fbi and and encapsulated in something called the domestic investigations and operations guidelines. Which is we. Call it the dialogue. It's available online for anyone. Who'd like the skit. It's fascinating though excruciatingly dry reading. You can answer your questions right there. The dialogue lays out What predication what. What's necessary for the fbi to open an investigation. There's all kinds of different layers levels of investigation. There are assessments that we do just to look into Threats that come our way that we don't know much about but People bring information to us. It's our obligation to look into it all the way up to full field investigations. That's the biggest. Most kind of robust investigation. You can open in a fulfilled. Investigation can be predicated on a on a pretty low level of facts that you have and it's basically when the f. b. i. has information to have to actually have facts or not just allegations of actual facts and information that indicate either that a threat to national security might exist or that a violation of federal law. Federal criminal law may have taken place or might take place in the future than that is adequate predication or factual basis to open a full field investigation. And i saw you talking. I think it was to jake. Tapper today was a really great interview on cnn. Saying that you this is definitely what the bombshell that came down today. The department of justice that trump had called the former acting attorney general and said. Hey just make up some election corruption. I'll do the rest me in the republican congressman will do the rest and we have the handwritten notes and could you talk a little bit about the strength of contemporaneous note as evidence. And also you said that you didn't think that this rose to a level of a federal crime but would definitely be considered abuse of power and i was wondering if you could address that as well sure. So i on the contemporaneous notes. Contemporaries notes are some of the most effective pieces of evidence that you can have in an investigation or trial and especially when they are the notes from someone who had a pattern or practice or habit of routinely taking notes. So in this case you have Mr donahue remember his his first name but he was serving as the acting. Deputy attorney general so he was the kind of Right hand to jeffrey rosen. Who is the acting attorney. General at the time mr donahue was in the habit as most good lawyers are of taking notes when he's having a phone call with someone else or in a meeting with his boss. This occasion happened to be both of those things he was. Sitting with mr rosen. In they were both participating in a conference call with president trump during that call as is his habit he took notes and recorded his his impressions of what trump was saying. And then of course. What sort of responses he end the acting attorney. General gave president trump now because of his elevated position in the department of justice. Mr donahue notes must be preserved. They can't just throw them away or get rid of them. Those are federal records and so all of his notes probably when he left his position where taken by the department of justice and they are cataloged and will forever preserved in the national archives. The same thing that happened to my notes and other people who serve if you're serving above a certain level in the fdr doj. That's what happens your stuff. So these are contemporaneous records. So that's exactly what he heard in that moment and how he thought about it. He's capturing what what they said back and he's even writing little interesting things in the margins couldn't possibly be true. Which is fascinating funny. A question mark like but it's you can't assail them later by saying. Oh you know you're just saying this now because you see how things worked out or you're trying to achieve a certain result. No he took these then on that day. Med phone call and then they were locked away from him. So they're really interesting Record they kinda take you right back to that call. And how is this not a crime. How is this not for example eighteen. Us code twenty three eighty four right seditious conspiracy of two or more persons in any place..

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"mccabe" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"mccabe" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"No mr green. Communism is just a red herring like all members of the oldest profession. I'm a capitalist. Hello and welcome to muller she wrote and holy majoli. We had one hell of a friday news dump this weekend. The department of justice is not fucking around my friends and we love to see it so much has happened. That indicates this justice department is not just going to ignore the former administration and their misdeeds. And i'm glad we were all a little patient. When merrick garland and there are still more litmus tests for me believe me. And i still am against a couple of the decisions that he's made. I add three red lines. I was hoping this justice department wouldn't cross and they eliminated two of them for me this week. So now there's only one left knows. Three red lines were if the department of justice represented mo brooks which. They decided this week not to do. If the department of justice represented trump in the insurrection lawsuits which they clearly said they weren't going to in the mo brooks decision and so those two are gone but the third one remains if the doj announces they will not pursue obstruction of justice charges against a former guy. Red line for me. So yeah with that decision this week. For maine justice that they want the court to deny certification of mo brooks speech at the ellipse being within the scope of his job as a congressman basically. They're saying he his speech is we can't step in. As a defendant for mo brooks and mo brooks asked the department of justice to they said we cannot we can't because instigate i'll tell you why in a minute but it the the message. The message was loud and clear need some information clear clear. This is clear they will not defend mo brooks speech nor would they defend any federal employees that instigated the attack on the capital. So i it's not just it wasn't just about because the the first reason they gave and i did a deep dive on this decision a couple of days ago on the daily beans so check that out but the general gist was mo brooks given a campaign speech campaign speeches and party your job and hey court if you don't agree with us that this was a campaign speech then fall back on this to deny it. Instigating insurrection is not within the scope of the job of a congressperson or any federal employees. So that wiped out mo brooks and trump and julia while guiliani is not a federal employees but any congressperson who did that and trump junior as well. I believe he was considered a federal employee. I can't remember though maybe not might just be kushner anyway. Like i said check out that episode of the daily beans but today on miller she wrote. I'm going to cover a lot of the friday news dump and some other stories and i'm happy to announce we'll be chatting later in the show with anne mccabe always excited to speak to andy. He brings such a good and important perspective. So all right. Let's get kicked off. Let's jump into the headlines with just the facts all right first up russian hackers. The ones behind the massive solar winds cyber espionage campaign broke into the email accounts of some of the most prominent federal prosecutors offices around the country last year. that's according to the justice department. Who said this on friday. The department said eighty percent of microsoft email accounts used by employees in the four. Us attorney's offices in new york were breached all told the justice department said twenty-seven us attorney's offices had at least one employs email account compromise during the hacking campaign. The justice department said in a statement that it believes the accounts were compromised from may seventh to december twenty seventh twenty twenty summer. Twenty-seventh is an interesting date. Because that's the day that trump made the call to the justice department and pressured them to announce that the election was corrupt. And he would take it from there. That's more crazy news. That dropped this. Friday notes from donahue. And we'll talk about that With anne mccabe now. Such a timeframe is notable because the solar winds campaign which infiltrated dozens of private sector companies and think tanks as well as at least nine. Us government agencies was first discovered and publicized in mid december. Twenty twenty and biden said tuesday that he'd been briefed on russian efforts to spread misinformation related to twenty twenty two. The midterm elections quote. Look what. Russia is doing already about the twenty twenty two elections and misinformation this during a speech at the o. Dna he referenced. information That he said was contained in his private president's daily brief it's a pure violation of our sovereignty biden said the intelligence community needs to take on the rampant information. That's making it harder and harder for people to assess the facts and be able to make decisions buying repeatedly referenced. Russian president putin during his remarks suggesting at one point he believes russia's weakened economy makes putin more dangerous in the cyber realm the intelligence community previously assessed that russia sought to interfere in two thousand sixteen and twenty twenty on orders from putin. Now report made public last year Or excuse me earlier. This year said russia acted to boost former trump's campaign and damaged biden's candidacy. Russia has denied it all. So that's that's going on. Us attorney's offices they're all sorts of interesting information on some prosecutions that may have been sitting there cleaning. Maybe tom barrack. Although i guess nobody tipped him off because he was arrested in los angeles surprise and we have a ton of news from the justice department. Like i said i. Main justice announced they would not invoked executive privilege for potential testimony from former trump. doj officials including folks. Like jeffrey rosen. And richard donahue and then and then they handed over several pages of contemporaneous notes written by donohue during a phone call between trump and his acting attorney. General jeffrey rosen. That sound an awful lot like the phone call. Trump had was zielinski that led to his first impeachment..

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"mccabe" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

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"mccabe" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on KTRH

"Mr McCabe to come on this program they come out of this safe space at CNN where I can question him directly about the findings of the independent counsel the United States department of justice when it comes to his behavior not for any criminal or purpose Sir obviously any kind of a deposition it's time to come out of hiding from CNN in their twelve yours Mister McCabe if you want to show righteous indignation the by god show it if you believe you were put through this unjustly them by god say so on my program but I understand I'm not Jake tapper embryonic Tyler whoever the hell lattice and I don't work for Jeffrey mothers soccer in other failures and frauds come on this program Mister McCabe I won't even put your TV come on radio where your lawyers can hang your answers to my questions and I'll take them right out of the independent counsel's choose me right out of the inspector general's report so you'll know what the questions are if you have half a brain you can figure out in advance Mr former deputy director of the FBI there's no legal damage the legal danger no perjury trap I can't do that no false statements I can't do that used to do those things to other people I can't do it to you I'm just a nobody what a Victor Davis Hanson save somebody like me I'm just allow them to fill in that so I fill in the six to nine PM slot raise my voice from time to time not much else left come on love nothing more than the question and I promise you I'll be polite very polite I will do to you what you've done other people but since I know you won't do that three words go to hell I'll be right back.

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"mccabe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I. of deputy director McCabe you know call me mills my abit why don't they ever get in trouble why is why is it why is there this double standard you know you you're you're raised interesting but also when you mention Mr holder you know everyone shifts Napper been so outraged that executive privilege in location by the president and that should be in charge of chakra member Eric holder fast and furious ever the invocation of executive privilege Mr Obama is a double standard with absolutely everything going on but it's time now the impeachment proceedings are over it's time now to at least call it straight and say listen on fourth must prevail we're gonna have to really look into these cases and take appropriate action all right guys thank you very much I appreciate it when we come back all things bill O. Reilly will get his take on the weekend Democratic Front runners say and much much more straight ahead I was angry this week straight for this and the award for most outstanding dramatic performance those two mark Levin weekdays at four aliens to be nominated for stuff all the time such an honor is deeply appreciated I don't want any awards on T. N. S. T. E. M. seven ninety two songs most stimulating talk news I'm rich Dennison congressional Democrats taking aim at the head of the justice department for rejecting federal prosecutors recommendations that Roger stone a long time ally to president trump serve up to nine years in prison for felony convictions that include lying to Congress and witness tampering the justice department's decision to reverse itself and recommend less prison time for stone as Democrats calling for Attorney General bill Barr to resign he will testify next month at a house hearing boxes John decker at the White House the Senate today approving a measure designed to limit president trump's authority to launch long term military operations against Iran the president is expected to veto the war powers resolution stock indexes ending the day lower now if only one hundred twenty eight points the S. and P. six points lower with the nasdaq ending the day down fourteen points Erica is listening to fox news more proof there is one is a battleground state I'm Gregg volcanoes teen news the twenty twenty or is on a Senate race may become the most expensive not just this election year but ever Republican senator Martha McNally and democratic challenger mark Kelly could attract upward the two hundred million dollars pollster Mike noble of always predictive inside says Democrat mark Kelly has already raised twenty point two million dollars even more than Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell well senator Martha make Sally has brought in twelve point six million the state house ethics committee has hired an outside law firm to investigate complaints filed against representative David cook the same firm was also involved in the investigation into complaints filed against former state lawmaker David stringer and into some man accused of shooting his wife in twenty sixteen has been found guilty of first degree murder a jury returned a verdict against king aids after deliberating for only a couple of hours I'm Gregg Paul Kane is T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk listen more.

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"mccabe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"One thing and McCabe is a is an expert on this crime a because his criminal I can tell you also that if you ever see anger erring violence you will never get our contract with CNN you've got to be the worst interview you've ever seen in your life he hit me in the if you'll watch his opening statement you would have laughed along with the rest of us well he's he's he's an awful communicator he's a terrible attorney and the fact that he tried to deceive the department of justice and railroad Roger stone even more to me I gotta tell ya I don't think he's going to have the future that white men in McCabe and the rest of them had I hope he's sort of doing real estate law in a suburban Cleveland by Tuesday Michael Caputo odd and don't want to take a little time here to talk about your book coming out March first the Ukraine hoax how decades of corruption in former Soviet Republic led to trump's Coney impeachment by the way of this is a documentary is well the people can see now with the Ukraine hopes dot com yes that's true I I went over to my I lived in the former Soviet Union for a better part of a decade in the nineties I was sent there by Bill Clinton so the metal in the Russian election are during the nineties I also spent time does not gloss over that former president Bill Clinton sank you officially the metal in the Russian elections yeah I became I would bet head of a match a non government organizations that was designed to to get deeply involved in the electoral process and you know under Yeltsin they were happy to cooperate with that but honestly I know we were over there working with people teaching them how to run campaigns how to be elected to office Erica government didn't didn't do that for just anyone we only do it did that for our favorite candidate so frankly in a we were on the ground messing with the Russian elections in the nineties they did it ria ria internet with ours but you know the one thing I did when I was over there they work a lot in Ukraine I ended up getting married to a lot of the Ukrainian woman are we not live in buffalo New York but I go to Ukraine quite often I went there in August to shoot a documentary on the biting situation end of the Ukrainian government meddling in the U. S. elections in twenty sixteen I didn't realize what was going on and you know with the the Wincer president went to camp president trump I didn't realize they are your ride was the day that the whistleblower dropped his complaint in the being in into the inspector general's office wow it wasn't until I got home in September after shooting the documentary but I understood that this was all blowing up what I proved to me that the document that the block is bent based on the documentary after the after the the issue up I decided to expand the documentary which has been on one American news part that will be on one American news again I I've expanded to a book and in the book I prove I think beyond a shadow of a doubt that hunter Biden enlisting the business partner Devin archer are headed to prison if there's any fairness in our our on our justice system hunter Biden and and Devin archer were lobbying the secretary of state and the vice president on behalf of a corrupt Ukrainian art review cranium over dark without being registered Paul mana for if you know which sent to jail for several years of of what they call fair a violation writing never directly lobby anyone hunkering down an archer save the wreck we lobby cabinet officers yeah if this country is based on the rule of law and we are we actually get investigations on hunter Biden in Devon archer are headed to prison the Ukraine hoax dot com is where you can get information pre order the book which is a companion to the film I have not seen it might be a procedure crane hope dot com the Ukraine house dot com I have not seen it I want I'll I'll I'll try to check out the documentary deadly want to read the book because I'm or a book reading kind the guy and we will have you on okay by Michael Michael autograph or hearing the lengthy heat the Lynskey the robotic the prosecutor with beautiful hair you painted a vivid picture Michael well done you're a good storyteller I can't help myself thank you for joining us and and hang in there and hopefully some day you'll be able to talk to your friend Roger stone more on that in a moment let's check in now with that Rodriguez and his the thing traffic's.

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"mccabe" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

10:58 min | 3 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"This unprecedented era of news text Msnbc two six six eight six six to subscribe joining us now is Matt that Zappa Tuskegee who over at the Washington Post with Spencer Shoe has been leading the fascinating reporting today on this question of whether or not the former FBI director is about to be criminally charged. Andrew McCabe is the FBI official who opened a counter intelligence investigation and an obstruction of justice investigation into president trump himself MR sabotaging. Thanks very much for making time appreciate it. Thank you for having me so I just the opening segment tonight tried to explain what we understand about the justice department sort of trying to pursue criminal charges urges against McCain. Let me just ask you got anything wrong or if there's anything else you can update us on at this point. I think you mostly got it right. It's a real mystery. We learned this week week that the grand jury that hadn't been seen in months was suddenly summonsed back and usually that's an indication that charges are imminent right. They presented all this evidence ends. They've had these high level discussion some of which you talked about in the open and they've summoned the grand jurors back so you expect they're going to present an indictment on Wednesday. Hey when the grand jury is back in they leave no indictment today. McCabe team is notified the deputy attorney general the number two official the Justice Department has decided sided. Your appeal is sort of void. We're going to go forward with this. The grand jury is in again. Nothing happens. It's just very very strange and I I have to say we don't know what is happening. There's all sorts of possibilities. One is their problems. Maybe this grand jury is balking or has has returned some kind of no bill another situation nation could be that they have returned. Something Undersea on other situation is that I guess there's still just hearing evidence though that doesn't really explain the months-long gap so this is just a weird situation situation that we're trying to get to the bottom and just just for context here. I was asking around talking to a former prosecutors and people who have experience with the Justice Department today asking. How often does it happen that a grand jury gets a presentation from prosecutors. Who are seeking an indictment and the grand jury? Sorry says no how often does a grand jury Bach and what I was hearing just anecdotally is that that is a very rare thing and part of the reason that it's maybe hard to read. The tea leaves here is that just doesn't happen very often often. Oh it's extremely rare. I mean there are some high profile examples of then to be clear. We don't know with certainty that that is what happened here but it is extremely rare. I was looking at data and I think in twenty thirteen which was the last I was able to find out it was like five in all of the federal cases which is tens of thousands it. It just rarely rarely happens often when it happens. You suspect that prosecutors didn't really want to bring the case in police shootings where well they presented it to a grand or injury but they didn't ask them to do anything that is not the situation here as the Justice Department made very clear. They're on board with the prosecution the US Attorney is on board. The Deputy Attorney General is on board. They've communicated that to McCabe. But what is unclear is why a prosecution hasn't happened if that's exactly and actually just for clarify for clarification of clarification on this you talked about how weird it was that the grand jury came back is is this actually did the jury expire and this is now a second grand jury that they've convened to look the McCabe stuff or did they bring back the one that hasn't been there for months but it still actually the same jurors so I heard you read my friend Adam Goldman reporting on that. I can't corroborate operate that there were two grand juries. We understand one grand jury that has been looking at this case and looked at it long ago. was brought back so so the same people to look at this long ago went months and then we're brought back. I can't speak to Adam Adams reporting if there was maybe another grand jury that's. Appetite Ski covers the Justice Department The Washington Post this is it's a sort of serpentine reporting in a way but it's also incredibly important and just fascinating. Thanks for helping US understand it now. Thank you all right. I want to bring into the conversation a different Matt Matt Miller former Justice Department spokesperson during the Obama Administration just for some perspective on what this all means Matt. Thanks for making time appreciate you been here. Of course thanks for having me. Let me get your reaction to this reporting to the prospect of criminal charges against McCain and what seems to have evolved over the course of this fascinating fascinating day where trump appointed officials keep saying they want an indictment and none seems to be materializing yes so two things I on on the question of whether he should be prosecuted it or not you look. I think you have to look at the question of whether he actually did it whether he committed a crime and while you're there is some evidence to that effect. McCabe and his attorneys have presented you know pretty powerful our full arguments to the contrary but I think there's a second question you ask which is is bringing a prosecution appropriate and one of the ways you answer that question is by looking at similarly situated individuals Israel's and seeing if if other people in similar situations have been prosecuted and it doesn't take long to look through just the last few years and find multiple examples of DOJ Jay officials who have lied to investigators internal investigators and not only haven't been been prosecuted having been fired in fact. There's a case just two weeks ago of a very senior official. A deputy assistant attorney general a job that is often filled by political appointees who were lied to investigators wasn't fired was allowed to resign. Quit quietly and prosecution prosecution was declined so this case is being handled differently and I think you have to ask why it's hard to to cope with any answer other than the the pressure of the president has put on the department with respect to what happened today. It is very unusual. I can think of a few things matthew went through some of them. That might have happened. One is they're continuing to investigate. They want to gather more evidence. That would seem very strange given that they had been gone for a few months. The other is that he is indicted and it's under seal but that would be strange to usually do that. One investigation is continuing win that someone is a flight risk and you do arrest. That's obviously not the case here and then the other is that the grand jury either pushed back or outright as Matt speculated voted no and if so that would be surprising it would be a huge embarrassment for the department and I think it would be another sign of how this case ultimately is and if we look at this in context context I mean there's a few different things that seem like they might be relevant here. In weighing on their the relevant officials and prosecutors I mean this is the US Attorney's office that did just lose in the court when they brought charges against Greg Craig in a shoot in a case that was an offshoot of the Mueller investigation. This is also a case where the president has not only inveighed against Andrew McCabe as being a terrible person he has demanded his prosecution demand the prosecution for specific things demanded his conviction fiction and it's hard not to see how that might actually poison and effort to successfully convict somebody if ah the jury would have to believe this wasn't selective or politically motivated prosecution and in this case. I feel like the president's actions here might have made that a really hard case. Look both of those things are huge problems and other kinds of things that typically would waive the department offer or get them to at least think very strongly about not pursuing this case if you look at all of the normal factors that apartment would consider none of them really argue for prosecution here the fact that it does look like a selective prosecution when you compare him to other individuals inside the department the fact that it looks so political critical because of the departments of because of the president's actions you know he's tweeted about. McCabe or attacked them at rallies or in speeches dozens of times. He's attacked his wife publicly. He's called for him to be fired and to be prosecuted. The fact that the case is so weak and it looks very likely is that there's a strong chance that they can lose and you add to that the fact that we have coming so closely on the hills of the crazy thing all of those arguments add up for indict add up for a case you would typically pass on. McKay said he's going to air all the departments dirty laundry. That's the kind of case deparment armie typically doesn't WanNa bring and so when you look at that and you say none of the normal the normal factors argue for indictment you say what's actually going on here and the only thing that you're left with is saying saying the president wants him indicted the senior leadership at the department wants them indicted and they've sent that pressure down the line and the US attorney's getting in line and you've and all of the people who are making it known publicly that they want this prosecution to trump appointed officials and that shouldn't matter when you're talking about Justice Department professionals but in this case it it reeks leaks Matt Miller former Justice Department spokesperson. It's been too long since you've been here Matt. Thanks very much for being here tonight. I hope you excellent alright much more ahead tonight. Stay with us. You may have seen these headlines yesterday today about a potentially game changing development when it comes to the OPIOID epidemic stomach that has claimed the lives of roughly four hundred thousand Americans and counting Purdue Pharma the company behind Oxycontin which is the mega got opioid that started it all there reported to finally reached a settlement with thousands of local governments in some states that all sued them for pushing Oxycontin the way they did when they knew it was being dangerously abused and all they did in response was pushed more of it in ways that would maximize their own financial benefit from the over use and abuse and addiction to their a product. The reports about the settlement say that the company is going to hand over a bunch of money the family that runs purdue Pharma. We'll hand over about three billion dollars with a fortune that they made off Oxycontin. The family will also give up ownership of the company but honestly that last bit might be a blessing for them at this point because the family that owns purdue Pharma the sackler family. They've been these negotiations with all these plaintiffs who've been complaining among other things that the family was going to still keep billions of dollars that they made off Oxycontin to the reason. Those negotiations broke down before now. The reason this settlement is at hand now is because the software family recently started warning the company. Purdue Pharma is about to go bankrupt the implication being hey stop badgering us so trying to negotiate a better deal out of us. Stop trying to get more of our family money. You better take this deal while you can't or you might get nothing at all because the company is going to go bankrupt well. Here's the beauty of that not move for them as the soccer family is now threatening that the plaintiffs ought to settle right now or they're gonNA get nothing because the company's filing for bankruptcy one of the reasons purdue Pharma appears. Here's like it is about to go. Bankrupt is because the sackler family appears to have started raiding the company taking billions of dollars of cash cash out of the company for themselves as soon as they realized they might have some real legal liability on their hands for all Americans who died with their product is the last thing may ever ingested look at this newly unsealed filing an Oregon State Court which alleges that the sackler family started taking billions of dollars out of the company for themselves as soon as the company's legal troubles became apparent quote by two thousand seven the damage wrought by oxycontin and produce aggressive and unlawful marketing of the.

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"mccabe" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Happy merged the investigation was referred about eighteen months ago which is an unusually long stretch for an inquiry with a limited set of facts and witnesses it dragged on for so long long that the first grand jury examining the evidence expired before apparently being called back this week one prosecutor assigned to the case recently left an unusual step so close I do an indictment another prosecutor departed for a private law firm and has expressed reservations about the merits of the case one key witness testified that McCabe had no motive to lie because he was authorized as the FBI's deputy director to speak to the media so we would not have had to hide any discussions with reporters. Another important witness testified. He couldn't remember ember how the leak unfolded. Both of those witnesses testimony would have been crucial to any prosecution and The Times raises the prospect that maybe prosecutors prosecutors took this to a grand jury to try to get from that grand jury indictment of McCabe and maybe that effort failed. Maybe the grand jury said No. We're not GONNA do do it quote. If a grand jury declined to indict that would be an embarrassment for prosecutors reporters Matt Zach Petoskey and Spencer Shoe with the Washington Post have more detailed reporting today both on the internal dissent on trying to bring this prosecution against McCabe and what might be happening with the grand jury quote internally. There was significant discussion about how best to proceed to assistant. US attorneys at some point left the case one left the US Attorney's office entirely that a person had concerns about how the case was being handled according to people familiar with the matter a federal grand jury investigating McCabe was suddenly recalled this week. After after a months long hiatus and indication its members would likely be asked soon to consider bringing charges but the panel was released today with no immediate signs of an indictment assign either that they balked or they've been asked to return later or perhaps filed a determination under seal. All of these trump appointed officials at the Justice Department are letting it be known that they said Yes to charges against Andrew McCabe but for some reason the effort not to bring charges against Andrew McCabe isn't working one of the reporters who may have the keenest insight into why that is somebody's been leading.

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"mccabe" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"There you go. Levalley so McCabe who continues to step on it. And you million embarrassing himself has set himself up again for disaster. This guy I'm convinced now is really not that bright show. This is a guy who moved up the ranks in the FBI and can't seem to figure out how to stop stepping on his own unit here. He's asked about it. He's in in the by have not read the book. I want to be clear, it's because the guy's a liar. And they don't believe anything. He says. So I'm reading media accounts of his book, and I'm not gonna patronize guy and give him a dollar. But there's an article I have in the show notes today. They're really good. Please read them by Alex Pappas, one at Fox News dot com, and he talks about a piece of the book where McCabe indicates there was a moment. There was one thing that happened when he had this conversation with Mike Flynn that led him to believe, Mike Flynn biscotti. So let's set some background to show you how do plus it is. And what a liar McCabe actually is. So just to be clear on this McCabe is is contacts. There's some debate about who called who did Mike Flynn Trump's national security advisor at the time call McCabe McCabe Coughlin. There's some debate about that. But using McCain's narrative Joe he calls Mike Flynn at around twelve thirty twelve. Thirty in the afternoon to set up an appointment to talk to him at the White House about his conversations with the Russian ambassador, which became the subject of this controversy. Right perfectly legal conversations, by the way, so track me here. What's interesting about that? Is in his book. Mccabe indicates that right around noon. Ota excuse me in the documents surrounding the case, it's indicated that at noon the agents already at the White House and McCabe excuse me and Flynn makes a comment about how beautiful the sky is. So the timeline doesn't even marry up. Okay. If McCabe called Flynn Joe at twelve thirty in the afternoon, but to set up an appointment for ages to go over there and talk, but then according to the investigative paperwork. He agents already at the White House at noon, a half an hour before the conversation that timeline doesn't even marry up. But that's not what I find the guy's a liar. So it's not that's not that may be just a mistake. I'm not willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. Let's be clear you're saying for that's not even the most interesting thing about this. What McCabe goes on to say about what set him off, and what made him believe Mike Flynn was going to lie about his conversations with Russian and backs. Besser Kislyak is standard peak Andrew McCabe. Here we go from the peace. He says in my memory. I told him that the people were curious about his conversations with Russian ambassador Kislyak, this is McCabe talking to Flynn on the phone his telling of the tale. So he tells Flynn listen we were kind of concerned about your calls here with the Russian ambassador. He says this is what set me off Joe Flynn replied, well, you know, what I said because you guys were probably listening. Mccabe with without confirming Flynn suspicious McCabe wrote this is apparently his book I had to wonder events played out. If you thought we were listening. Why would you lie? So let's be clear about this. This is what soap is our about McCabe. How he cannot get out of his own way. Mccabe is now admitting that Mike Flynn Trump's national security advisor was the former director of. Excuse me was DIA director Defense Intelligence Agency, a guy with a deep breath and body of experience, and you tell me intimately aware of our government's capacity to intercept and record calls for foreign nationals. Mccabe is now knowledge ING this dip, McCabe acknowledging that Flynn knows his conversations were being recorded. But instead of them saying, well that makes sense then that Flynn would lie about the contents. He uses that as evidence that McKay that Flynn was in fact, lying. Hey, doesn't maybe knowledge you'd make more sense here. If I know my calls with Joe are being monitored. Right. I know by like the FBI for whatever reason they want to investigate me Joe for felonious mopre and the degree. I know that. Yeah..

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"mccabe" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"But we had the worst time ever getting. So I'm just gonna read it to you. Mccabe was asked by CNN. Anderson Cooper ASA legitimate question. Hey, we ever going to hear about this information. Or is anything is there? Some secret information that's not out in a public. Here's McCain's response. I'm not sure there are things that haven't been made public. In other words, no. Everything's already out there, which is nothing. I just say this not to keep beating this dead horse. But it's important because your liberal friends will continue to insist to you that no no there's stuff out there that hasn't been made public McCabe was leading these investigations he was leading the FBI at one point. I'm not sure there are things that haven't been made public. No, there are things out there. There's nothing hiding out there there is no predicate crime. There's no investigation. They're making this deliberate transition to obstruction using the New York Times inside Trump's to you war on the investigations at circling him because they don't have collusion, and they don't want to admit they were wrong. So they're trying to move to an obstruction investigation about a case that should have never started in the first place because there was no collusion. Secondly, I have not read mccabe's book, I refuse. I'm sorry. I won't do it. I just the guys Aligarh and the only usually I read these op Obuya. Opposition books where these people are they're opposed to the constitutional Republic, or at least snippets of them for the I refuse to read mckay's because he's a liar. He said, documented fraud and a liar. Now Quin Hillier has a piece up in the Washington Examiner today about McCabe dying credibility here. Now, Quin Hillier is believe me. No Trump supporter at all. At all matter of fact, quite the opposite. But it's an interesting piece of at the Washington Examiner. I'll have in the show notes today. And if you go to the menu at Bongino that com you hit podcast the show notes are attached to the show. They're also at the bottom of the homepage. If you scroll down as Paula wanted me to tell you yesterday all the show notes. Hill your brings up an interesting point show that sessions in his in mccabe's book is described as and this is the New York Times describing the book. Okay, just to be clear as openly racist and just like kinda dopey now. Listen, I'm not a fan of sessions recusals, but I'm not going to sit here and jump on some anti sessions bandwagon either because I know people, and I'm not going to say their names, it'd be responsible, but who know sessions. Well, let's say very well sessions did a bad job. I'm sorry. They're accuser was an awful decision. And he really hurt the Trump presidency there but sessions folks is a good, man. Otherwise, he made a bad call and people who know him we'll tell you that even as people who can't stand him for his politics, and he'll your who. No Trump supporter says listen, I've met sessions him being described according to New York Times and McCain's book is openly. Racist is disgusting is a smear and speaks to mccabe's utter lack of integrity character, a spine or any credibility at all. Nobody knows Jeff Sessions would describe nobody. I have never heard that ever. And McCabe is doing it. Why Joe now take put on your on buds manhat-? This has to make sense Cape is in a race against time. Andy McCabe knows he took part in a bureaucratic coup to take down the president. He's already admitted it discussions with the legal team at the FBI about wiring up rod Rosenstein to walk into the White House to investigate a president for for articulate facts. Nobody can articulate. For an obstruction charge. Andy McCabe already admitted on the record doesn't exist. Mccabe knows he took part in a bureaucratic coup that he was involved. He was engaging in potentially traitorous activity..

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"mccabe" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is this? Good laugh when I saw one of President Trump's tweet this morning. I really good laugh. And I was wondering if the double entendre was. Intentional. Whether this was an intended Hon. So in regard to the Andrew McCabe interviews in the book, that's come out. Now, the book the the threats. Threat by Andrew, McCabe, and all the media. He's doing so in regard and in response to the book, and what McCabe is saying in these interviews whether it was sixty minutes, whether it was the today show this morning. The president tweeted out remember this Andrew McCabe didn't go to the bathroom without the approval of leaking James Comey, so leak leak bathroom was that attention. Listen, I think Trump is called James Comey leaking James combing the past but most of the humor did not escape me with leak in and bathroom. And so Trump is insinuating that Andrew McCabe wouldn't do a thing wouldn't even go to the bathroom without the permission or knowledge of of James Comey. Now, speaking of the book, and I tease this right at the very end of last hour. I teased because what's happening. The book is out now and folks are getting a chance to go through bits and pieces. You know, it seems that this book was held pretty tightly because some of these books. A lot of the passage is a lot of the meat had leaked days or even. In a week or so prior to a books release. So the James Cawley book James collies book there were a lot of passengers. And a lot of the details had come out even before the big interviews that he had done it. Seems that the McKay book, you know, these revelations that were made on sixty minutes in that taping and came out late last week. And then of course, the actual interview running on a Sunday night on sixty minutes. But there are important chunks that are coming out. Meaning that it seems that a lot of folks did not get advance copies that they kept this pretty tight and close to the vest. So this presents an interesting dilemma is not the right? Well, maybe it is. I guess it depends on through which lens you look at this. But you know, here I'll admit I'm saying that you have to be skeptical in some of Andrew McCabe claims because he's trying to sell books. He lost his big gun. Government pension is big benefits package because he was fired just hours short of locking in his full benefit. And and sue. Thanks reminding. The Sooners reminded me that he is planning on suing the department of Justice, and I had seen that earlier as well. But here's the interesting. Okay. Dilemma. In that. You know, we know the McCabe has lied in the past. We know that McCabe had lied while it was investigated, and he did leak to reporters, and he did not tell the truth. So he did lie. So when somebody is a known liar on something. I'll be everything should be or you should question everything and all should be suspect. Right. I listen. I think that's fair. But with that being said that not everything subsequently is going to be alive. They could've lied about X to save their but on a large scale and the other things they're saying could be true. What I'm saying is with McCabe. I don't know. But here's the curious issue is at the end of last hour. I was saying that all in the book were just learning now that McCabe goes after Hillary Clinton. And Loretta Lynch, essentially in the book, so a watch this because you'll see that certain outlets certain news outlets. Ellison. I'm on the conservative entertainment side of the equation. And I'd be hypocritical. If I sent all males McCain, bona fide, look at this look at this opinion, and then try to prop him up because a claim or a statement in his book attacks, Democrats, liberals, Hillary Clinton, Lorenzo Lynch. I'd be a hypocrite. If I said, oh, I'm gonna glum onto that. And wow, that's the gospel right there. That's awesome. What? But then to try to gloss over everything else and saying, oh, that's a bona fide lie. That's that's double standard. That's hypocritical. You know, what I will say is that the claims that he makes I just don't know what's true. And what's not so McCabe, and you will see many on on the right? Glommed onto this. I do agree with the statement. I I've said this on on countless occasions on the show that in the book former this is a Fox News report today. So Fox News is reporting today. Former FBI director Andrew McCabe in his new book. Rails against President Obama's attorney general Loretta Lynch for her decisions and actions wall the FBI investigated Hillary Clinton's Email server during the two thousand sixteen campaign, saying Lynch should have been recused from the probe and a special council should have been appointed. Instead, I folks I can't even tell you. How many times I said that on this show? There is no doubt about it that Hillary Clinton her private Email server classified or secret documents that were taken off of a secure department of state in Trump's net, and then sent to Hillary Clinton's private E mail over the internet. With full exposure. Was absolutely criminal. No doubt about it. There people that should have been prosecuted charged and prosecuted and potentially ended up in jail, the private emails the private server, I folks bleach bit wiping those servers. I mean, it it it it goes beyond heinous on what the Clintons did with that private Email, the private server, and the fact that there was not an independent council. There should have been an absolute Muller type investigation of Hillary Clinton and that whole boondoggle without a doubt. So McCabe is slamming, you know, Hillary Clinton, essentially, an Loretta Lynch. Mccabe wrote in the threat, which came out today that the tarmac meeting was a horrible lapse in judgment by Loretta Lynch. Of course, that's when she met in Phoenix on the ramp newbies. And those not in the know call of the tarmac, but they met on the ramp inside a private jet. And that was absolutely unprofessional uncalled for an absolute breach of ethics. There's no doubt about oh. We just talked about grandchildren golf. That's what the Loretta Lynch. Or as I used to say, Loretta Lynn. So again, can you have it both ways on this book is crap. All but look at this. This is great Hillary Clinton in a Loretta Lynch are well rightfully being slapped. Folks. People learn I'm by the way, I'm looking at my array in front of me, I have so much to get on in the final forty five minutes of the show today. Do not miss a thing. In fact, if he get home if you're in your car, just stay in the car, and I just listened to just put the seat back recline. And analysts because there's just so much to get to here. Got a question. Are you ever going to be a bonehead? That polls shenanigans and acts like a complete imbecile. On an airplane. I hope not the overarching question here is when will people learn? Don't do anything wrong on an airplane. Don't yell. Don't scream don't have meltdown. Don't get into any kind of an incident. A scuffle. You're going to lose. We're all sensitive about airplanes security, don't mess around. When will be figuring out whatever your beef is whatever your ticked off about do. Not do not. I repeat do not do it on the airplane. Well, we got another case here. Ladies and gentlemen. I'd like to introduce you to one Valerie Gonzalez now who is Valerie Gonzales fell. This is your lucky day folks, because I'm gonna tell you exactly who Valerie. Valerie was a passenger on a JetBlue Airbus. They only fly the eighty three twenty family. So what are they have the three nineteen three twenty three twenty one? Those are the big jets flying. I I believe that. Jetblue also has some of the they have a small they have a couple of the, you know, the small commuter jets for for certain runs, but primarily the Airbuses the entire fleet. So this woman's on this Airbus from Fort Lauderdale Hollywood international airport so from Fort Lauderdale to Vegas late last week. And the story goes that she was drunk, and she was intoxicated, and she became very ticked off that she was seated next to a three year old. Well, this devolved this melted down. She ended up not going to Vegas. She ended up arrested. She said I'm not sitting next to a bleeping three year old. I've been drinking all day. You can even hear on the audio about the play. We'll put the video link-up as well. So he can see it. We'll have it up on Schnitt show dot com. The the fellow passenger this Orlando, I'll zoo gotta. He recorded the whole thing on video, and she's even saying whose recording this this needs to go viral. This is well, guess what? It did it did go viral, and it seemed that she was talking to somebody on our phone whether it's FaceTime or but she was complaining about the situation. Folks. Don't let this be you. And it also appears to be a ROI which is an alcohol related incidents. Sorry..

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"mccabe" Discussed on The View

The View

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"mccabe" Discussed on The View

"And you're just sending her as much love and compassion and prayers as possible here from your family, do you? We're thinking of you. Okay. So coming up next former FBI director jeopardy director, Andrew McCabe is here. He just wrote a book we have a lot to talk to him about. We'll be right back. So former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe really ruined presidents day for Trump. Who has ranting about the shocking claims about him in the new book the threat had the F B I protects American the age of terra and Trump. Please welcome Andrew McCabe. To mind, everyone, you took over as acting FBI director after your boss, James Komi was fired by Trump and almost immediately. We've now learned you opened investigations into Trump obstructed Justice. And whether he was acting as an agent for Russia. Did you believe he was actually an agent for Russia? We believe that could be possible. And that's why we open those case possible. Well, joy, the FBI doesn't open cases because we like a person or we don't like a person. We don't open cases because we are political in one direct other. We open cases because we look at the information we have in our hands at the time. And if that information gives us a credible articulo basis to believe that a threat to national security exists or that a federal crime may have been committed. It is obligated under those circumstances to open a case. That's the determination. We went through and decided to open a case on the president. We and our who what are we talking about? How many? What goes into making that decision who caller? So that was the recommendation that came to me from the investigative team that was responsible for the investigation of Russian interference into the twenty sixteen election. It was something that we considered very closely. I further discussed it with FBI attorneys general counsel. And then of course, I had several conversations with rod Rosenstein about it following that process. Rod, and I together briefed congressional leadership about the steps we've taken to play devil's advocate on this. It looks like it was an attempt to lash out at Trump who had just fired her boss. Do you actually believe that Russians ordered Trump to fire me? Well, we don't know. And we certainly didn't know that at the time. So I think it's important to realize that the things that were causing us to believe that a threat to national security might exist had been building up throughout the investigation. We'd been conducting through the fall, it was the way the president had been interacting with us the way that he had talked about the case publicly tried to kind of undermine our efforts made it clear that he wasn't happy about what we were doing the fact that he had asked him Komi to shut down the investigation into Mike Flynn, which was an important part of that investigation. And then, of course, the fact that he fired the director when he didn't do those things that the that the president had asked so you put all those circumstances together. And then, of course, add to it the president's own public statements indicating that he was thinking about Russia when he fired the director of the FBI, we felt it was our obligation to act in those circumstances was undeniable let me ask you this director you had a lot of meetings with. Dag Rosenstein during this time, and I'm more than one occasion. He offered you say seriously. He said it was a joke to wear a wire into the White House. You say he also floated the idea of invoking the twenty fifth amendment to remove the president and speculated about which cabinet officials would be on board. So what goes through your mind when you hear the number two at the Justice department, a Trump appointee?.

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