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Blue Jays beat Yanks 2-1, end New York's 11-game win streak
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John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal
"Day's a great day with John Solomon, but to analyze the breaking news, not just from Durham, new indictments that you are the expert on, but this news of what was it, 37 minutes ago. So to be honest with you, and I don't get everything right, only 99.9% of the time. Is that what rush used to say? God bless you, rush. I didn't think this was going to happen. At least not happen this quickly, accepting the $43 billion deal. Isn't this, you are a media Maven. This is social media, but isn't this really dropping a massive kitty cat amongst the pigeons of social media? Yeah, listen, it's an unusual deal. I mean, listen, at the end of the day, Elon Musk has the money to do whatever he wants with Twitter. He can make it better. He can make it a vanity play. He can make it what it used to be. And we don't know what his intentions are other than. He says he wants to get rid of the censorship mentality there. So I take him at his word because he usually delivers on what he says. So the idea that Twitter had to be bought in order to get it out of censorship is in and of itself stunning it. It shows you how far we've evolved from two years ago when we used to think that free speech was okay. Now we got Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton. Everybody out there saying, we got to send some more. We're going to censor more and Twitter was the main, one of the main efforts, the great censorship. Now it's going to be taken off the table. That's going to have a tremendous blow to liberals who want to keep exercising their censorship. They're going to lose one of the main high profile tools that that was done. Now, we don't know how the market's going to react, right? One of the things I do know is I've been talking to his team today, president Trump has no intention to go back to Twitter. So Trump nation is not going back to Twitter. But we'll see, do liberals leave it because they want more censorship. I don't know yet. Elon Musk is a brilliant businessman. We'll just have to wait and see what he does with the property.
Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey
"So have you seen that tweet from Elon Musk that everybody is talking about? Even Ben Shapiro had to play with it, put a box on it and say something about the overton window trying to be very, very, very smart. This is the image that Elon talked about that everybody's misinterpreting. It is a delightful image about my fellow liberals conservatives on one side of a scale in 2008. I got to remember this is radio as well. So we describe it for you. It's a scale. Then in 2012, what happens the left runs away from the center and last year in 2021, the progressives have gone radical left, the center has moved and they've pulled it and little on me is left in the middle, and I'm called a bigot. Why did he repost it? When did he get it from? Well, there's an individual who I reached out to when I saw him very graciously tweet, hey, thanks, Elon, for using my image. He didn't say, hey, dude, where do you steal it from? We're delighted to have Colin Wright biologist with us. He's the founder of reality's last stand. Welcome to America first. Yeah, I appreciate you having me on here. Thank you. So you've been a guest on my buddy's podcast trigonometry. I'm going to post that video guys, watch it. But let's get to this news breaking viral image. A lot of people don't get it. Explain what you meant by that time elapsed graph. Yeah, this really just explains my own political journey, the title for it originally had was my political journey. You know, I've been a lifelong Democrat. I've always voted Democrat in my life, voted Barack Obama two times, voted for Hillary and the first Trump election, and then Tulsi Gabbard in the last one. So Democrat Democrat Democrat. What I'm showing in that cartoon is between 2008. Let's put the image up while Collins talking. Go ahead. Yeah, so what it shows is between 2008 and 2021. I've remained in the same place. I used to be squarely on the left next to my fellow liberals, but over time the people to my left sort of ran out to the left, dragging the political spectrum out with them, and then dragging the center of the political spectrum past me so that I'm now basically on the right now. Even though I've just remained completely stationary and where I've been, my values haven't changed. But now I find myself in this weird position that you are currently finding themselves in, of being called a bigot for holding views that were completely normalized just 5 years
Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago
"First guest of the day delighted to have somebody I call a personal friend. She's a warrior for the truth. Agnes, angel mother, are you there? I am. How are you, doctor gorka? I'm good. I'm good because it's a Friday. However, I am sad to hear from you that the mainstream media don't want to talk to you lately. You have a very somber anniversary to discuss. Tell us what you wish to remind everybody across this nation of. Well, I wanted to remind everyone that this past Wednesday celebrated my son's 20th anniversary of his murder. And very heartbreaking that in 20 years, nothing has got in our country, but it got worse and disaster at the border. There's going to be more victims like me like my family and our government is doing absolutely nothing about it. It is very heartbreaking. This for some reason was a very, very difficult anniversary. I relive every feeling I had 20 years ago. And to make things worse. Let's remind everybody who hasn't heard you on our show before. And this is a photograph of you and me in front of the capitol when you asked me to speak with some other angel moms. You've got a T-shirt with a photograph of your grown son above it. It says permanently permanent family separation. How are you separated from your son talk to us about your son, tell a millions of lessons across this nation, your tragic story. Sure. My son was shot and killed by a previously deported criminal illegal alien who intended to shoot his friend in the back. And my son noticed somebody coming approaching him from behind in the dark as my son was leaving the driveway. And he fired in my son got Ebola in the arm. And I'm so sad to say this was particularly very difficult because this guy, my son's best friend, Robert, is my hero, or should I say, was my hero because he just passed away this past Monday, two days before Ronald X anniversary. So I'm very heartbroken about his loss. He was my last connection to my
Embiid hits winning 3 in OT, 76ers beat Raptors for 3-0 lead
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Videos show Patrick Lyoya shot in head by Michigan officer
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Executives Have Hijacked Disney, Likely Against Mr. Walt's Wishes
"Meanwhile back at Disney let me just say this about Disney The corporatists that run Disney now and these employees were demanding that Disney been to its will They have taken an institution and American institution iconic institution and they've hijacked it That's what they've done in our elementary and secondary schools That's what they've done with our media And this is what was promoted This indoctrination and the techniques About a 110 years ago with the early marxists progressives as they called themselves They need to insinuate themselves and secrete themselves into all aspects of the culture And they demand uniformity and conformity That's what they do So they take something that Walt Disney created who was a conservative who was a family man who believed in tradition A man of faith and they took what this man created and all the people around him created And by the way he almost went broke He mortgaged his home to start it all and everything else And they're destroying it Like they destroy everything else on the left They're destroying it
Average US gas price rises 22% in two weeks to record $4.43
"The average price for a gallon of regular grade gasoline nationwide has shot up to a record high I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look the new average prices for forty three that's a twenty two percent increase over the past two weeks a whopping seventy nine cents the fuel price analyst trilby Lundberg says diesel is up even more the dollar eighteen per gallon and that diesel hike will further feed inflation the diesel fuel impact on consumers are so extreme the publisher of the Lundberg survey notes oil prices were already going up but Russia's invasion of Ukraine in the sanctions that's prompted especially with the combination of the banned by the US on imports from Russia are driving this price surge because Russia is the second biggest exporter of oil after Saudi Arabia and it follows a sustained period of curtailed global output or some OPEC members unable to keep up with production targets and the decline in US production Mr whether gas prices pause a little ago yet higher Lundberg says the only unlikely thing is for them to grow up right now I'm Ben Thomas
Klay Thompson scores season-high 38, Warriors top Bucks
"Klay Thompson scored a season high thirty eight points in leading the warriors past the defending NBA champion box one twenty two one oh nine Thompson had a second thirty point performance since returning January ninth from a two year absence following knee and Achilles surgeries Milwaukee native Jordan Poole returned a Golden State starting lineup and scored thirty points with five three pointers the warriors scored the first eleven points of the second half to go ahead seventy eight fifty eight yeah Mr tend to Cooper had thirty one points and eight rebounds but the warriors defense held the rest of the box down as Milwaukee ended a six game winning streak on the ferry
Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'
"Welcome back folks. I'm talking to James O'Keefe founder of project veritas, author of the new book American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. So James, I was just referring to this film mister Jones, which talks about Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist who sees in Soviet Russia in the Soviet Union in the early 30s. What Stalin is doing, which is evil with a capital E but the other journalists, most notably Walter duranty of The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize that's never been rescinded for effectively giving cover to Stalin's genocidal murderous regime. But I thought it's so incredible because what the story of the film shows is how one of these reporters, one of these journalists, Vanessa Kirby's character, initially she's basically said, I believe in this communist utopia. And I'm willing to look the other way for the greater good. She eventually changes. But it struck me that that's where Mary very many American journalists are today. They hate Trump so much or they hate something so much that they're willing to overlook the facts, the story. I mean, the most dramatic example for me was the Hunter Biden laptop. When that story got buried by everybody I thought I just feel like my country is dead. You don't have a country if you don't tell those stories. Well, that's true. And in this book, I write about this idea of in journalism. There's always been a tension between access and autonomy. So what I drew from the movie about Jones movie was a study of the potemkin village, so the guy had access to the Soviet Union, and he was being told these things. And these days, journalists, if not narrative Eric, they tend to relay what they're told by the powerful. They just relay it to you. Okay, here's what The Pentagon says. Here's what Putin is saying. Here's what this guy is saying. Well, that's not really journalism. That's more like public relations. So of course, I can't go to these fraudsters. Hi, I'm James O'Keefe. Tell me all the fraud you're committing. They'll never tell me the truth. So investigative journalism is what you really want. You want, okay, you're told X okay, I'm going to go try to disprove X by finding out why. That's not happening anymore. And the reason is not just politics and narrative, yes, that's some of it. It's also economics. It's expensive and it's difficult to challenge the company line or to challenge the government line. And you burn your access to the government. Right. The Biden administration will punish these
Biden nominates Jackson, first Black woman, to Supreme Court
"President Biden has made his Supreme Court pick my nominee for United States Supreme Court judge cantante jacks she would be the high court's first black woman Jackson is a federal appeals court judge here in Washington in the president's words a proven consensus builder and someone who knows the law must work for the American people she strives to be fair to get it right to do justice standing alongside him in the White House thank you again Mr president for this extraordinary honor if confirmed Jackson would replace justice Stephen Bryer for whom she once clerked as the court waste cases including abortion and voting rights Sager mag ani Washington
Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'
"To ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the
Booker, Paul lead Suns past depleted Jazz, 115-109
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Bucks hold off Kings, 133-127
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Man who bought gun for Kyle Rittenhouse pleads no contest
"The the man man who who purchased purchased an an A. A. R. R. fifteen fifteen style style rifle rifle for for Kyle Kyle Rittenhouse Rittenhouse pleaded pleaded no no contest contest today today to to a a reduced reduced charge charge of of contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a minor minor the the plea plea deal deal with with dominate dominate black black was was explained explained in in court court by by Kenosha Kenosha county county circuit circuit judge judge Bruce Bruce Schrader Schrader resolution resolution that that we we reached reached in in this this case case involves involves the the issuance issuance of of a a county county ordinance ordinance citation citation for for contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a child child that that was was because because Kyle Kyle Rittenhouse Rittenhouse was was seventeen seventeen when when black black got got the the gun gun for for him him Mr Mr in in house house was was legally legally considered considered a a child child at at the the time time of of the the purchase purchase of of this this firearm firearm and and therefore therefore Mr Mr black black would would be be liable liable for for violating violating that that county county ordinance ordinance we we have have agreed agreed to to a a fine fine of of two two thousand thousand dollars dollars Rittenhouse Rittenhouse used used a a rifle rifle to to shoot shoot three three people people killing killing two two during during a a night night of of protest protest in in Kenosha Kenosha in in twenty twenty twenty twenty over over the the shooting shooting of of Jacob Jacob lake lake a a jury jury acquitted acquitted Rittenhouse Rittenhouse of of homicide homicide and and other other charges charges in in November November I I Shelley Shelley Adler Adler
Wanda Young, member of Motown's The Marvelettes, dies at 78
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Chris Coles Sees Jon Favreau as a Shining Beacon of Hope in the Woke Culture Wars
"So how do you feel? What are the prospects for something good happening in the culture war Chris? Well, here's the thing. I think that these things can not be forced. They just have to have a naturally. And I would say that look at something like The Mandalorian. They made they made Star Wars, Star Wars, the new Star Wars movies, which I just pretend didn't happen. But let's acknowledge the fact that they exist for a moment. They were just a disaster, right? And it was this leftist woke activism that ruined them. Then what's his name? Jon Favreau comes in, and he makes Mandalorian. Now, not a lot of people know about Jon Favreau. He was in the movie swingers when he was younger. Then he made the movie elf. The Christmas movie elf. And now he's done this Mandalorian. He's done a lot of stuff. He did he ended up creating essentially creating the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With Iron Man. He made Iron Man. Right. And here's the thing a lot of people, I don't think know about John favreau. He has never stated his politics explicitly anywhere that I've seen. But based on who he's hired and based on how he writes, in my mind, he's clearly either a conservative or a strong libertarian. And nobody really knows that about him, but he's but he's been able to. But first off, but first off, he's a fanboy who loves and respects the legacy of the franchise or just a good story. It's not where it begins, Chris. Yeah, he's just a great filmmaker. He's a great storyteller. He knows how to do it. He's willing to ignore this woke ideology. And instead, just focus on making a good product. I think that you look back at films of the 80s and you say, oh, it's all white men. It's all masculine. It's got these terrible story. We've got to fix it. We've got to change it. But it's like these were successful for a reason and he looks back and he says, that was a great project. This was a great story. What can we learn from that? Instead of how do we reject it? How do we learn from it? And it goes and he produces things that people actually like and there's a reason why some of the best stuff coming out of Hollywood right now, if there is anything good, something like The Mandalorian comes out, it's because it's not something that rejects what has gone before, but it's something that embraces it, respects it and moves forward with new projects and that doesn't say, oh white men are evil and women are like the strongest characters in fiction. And he doesn't have to put all that stuff in. He can if it works for the story, but he doesn't for a woke
Chris Coles, AKA Mr. Reagan, Launched His YouTube Channel When Hollywood Stopped Hiring Straight, White Men
"Chris, let's talk about your experience. When did you launch the YouTube channel, mister Reagan? Years ago, I think about 2000 18, 2018, I started doing it. It's very tough to get work in Hollywood anymore if you're a white male. I have a director friend who actually directed amazing film on Netflix, really not big budget film, but like well received film very successful, very smith's son stars in it. And after a while, he wasn't able to get work anymore, and he asked his manager why and they said, well, you've got to come out as like non binary or something like that. Bisexual. They're like, you don't have to day to do or anything. You just have to say it. Just to say it. Right. And then they'll give you work again because they won't give work to straight white men anymore. They just won't. And so he had to move back to Europe to continue filmmaking. He had to leave Hollywood. Despite the fact that he was a very successful up and coming director, and that's just true. I had a manager, I started acting, you know, and I had a manager, and she said, I'm not going to be able to get you much work because you're a white male. She's like, but if you know any black women, please give them my number. Oh my gosh. That's real. That's real. And they have become the racists. It's remarkable. Oh, absolutely. So openly so. Talk to us about these couple of years. So you launched it, you said you're gonna push back. You're gonna use humor, which is one of the most effective tools we have. One of the last few years being like is this this new YouTube phenomenon? Oh, YouTube, YouTube was still is, despite the fact that they censor you so much, really an amazing medium. I mean, you can learn anything you want on YouTube. It's fantastic. The only problem is that I think that conservative political perspectives is really the only thing that a sensor on YouTube really. It's weird. People can say really the most awful things on YouTube, but if you're a conservative, and you say something about your unsure about the vaccines or anything just even like really mild stuff it's a conservative perspective, there is a chance that they'll figure out all your conservative and they'll try to wreck
"mr bar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And federal Judge Reggie Walton, appointed about George W. Bush declared a ruling that your summary was quote distorted unquote and misleading unquote. And that the court could not trust you further, Judge Walton stated. The report was quote a calculated attempt to influence public disclosure about Mueller reports and favor President Trump Unquote. This committee still does not have the unredacted Mueller report. America is still not seeing the unredacted Mueller report. Your excuses for not releasing it because it had to do with ongoing cases no longer exist because those ongoing cases have been completed or commuted or finished. Other Attorney general's work with this Judiciary Committee to see that the American public and that the Judiciary Committee had unredacted copies of that report. You have not gone to court to stall. This report needs to be given to this committee and Michael Cohen. You've treated him differently than Michael Flynn and Roger Stone in Michael Flynn. You've attempted to dismiss the charges even every twice guilty and Roger Stone. You went further, Mr. Bar John Lewis said to us, if not me, who, if not now, when that's why introduced a Tres 10 32 which would require this committee to investigate your conduct as attorney general and determine whether you should be in peace. That is my constitutional duty. You back the balance of my time. Attorney General William Barr, testifying before the House Judiciary Committee earlier today, we have a full port. We have full segments of that. 2.5 hour five. Rather should say five. Our hearing on C span dot org's WCS pfm Washington Coming up next Washington today This's Washington today for Tuesday, July 28 2020 on your host John McCardell Negotiations over the next Corona virus relief package. You're coming down to the wire on Capitol Hill. Top negotiators for President Trump and congressional Democrats were meeting again late this afternoon as major relief programs from the cares act that was passed in March are now just days away from expiring, Meanwhile, on the Capitol grounds today at this hour members of the Public continue to wait in line to pay their respects. The civil rights icon John Lewis, flag draped casket bearing the Georgia Democratic congressmen's remains was placed at the top of the East front steps of the U. S Capitol early this morning and will remain there for Mourners to view until 10 PM tonight and inside the Capitol today, Attorney General William Barr testified for five hours before the House Judiciary Committee, taking questions from some his and president Trump's biggest critics on Capitol Hill, including Chairman Jerry Nadler. But we begin today with Senate Majority Leader.
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"Because of tenure with the way they treated me fall nobody should be treated Mr stone by the way was found guilty last year of lying to Congress obstruction and witness tampering he is to be sentenced next week Democrats said they would question Mr bar about the matter when he testifies before Congress at the end of March ten minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news you know suffer descent backfired.
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"T. A. R. congresswoman Debbie Lesko just finished questioning former special counsel Robert Muller the man who produced the report on the Russian government's attempts to sway the presidential election of two thousand sixteen and to get to the bottom whether the trump campaign engage in a conspiracy to help the Russians and whether president trump tried to engage in obstruction of justice by trying to stop Miller and others from completing that investigation here is congresswoman Debbie Lesko chairmen just recently Mr Miller you said that to Mr Lou was asking you questions and Mister Lewis question I I quote the reason you didn't indict the president is because of the well see opinion and you answered that is correct but that is not what you said in the report and it's not what you told the tourney general bar and in fact in a joint statement that you released with the O. J. on may twenty nine after your press conference you're offered your office issued a joint statement with the department of justice that that the Attorney General has previously stated that the special counsel repeatedly affirmed that he was not saying that but for the LC opinion he would have found the president obstructed justice this special counsel his report in his statement today made clear that the office concluded it would not reach a determination one way or the other whether the president committed a crime there is no conflict between these statements so Mr Miller do you stand by your joint statement with DOJ that you issued on may twenty ninth as you sit here today I would have to look at it more closely before I went and said I agree with well so I the you know my conclusion is that what you told Mr Lou really contradicts what you said in the report and specifically what you said apparently repeatedly to Attorney General Barr that and then you issued a joint statement on may twenty ninth saying that the Attorney General as previously stated that the special counsel repeatedly affirmed that he was not saying but for the all see a port that we would have found the president obstructed justice so I just say there's a conflict I do have some more questions Mr Miller there's been a lot of talk today about firing the special counsel in curtailing the investigation were you ever fired Mr Miller from what we ever fired a special concert rooms Mr moderate enough now where you were you allowed to complete your investigation unencumbered yes and in fact you resigned as special counsel when you close at the offices in late may twenty twenty nineteen is that correct correct thank you Mister Miller on April eighteenth the Attorney General held held a press conference in conjunction with the public release of your report did Attorney General Barr see anything in accurate either in his press conference or his March twenty fourth letter to Congress summarizing the principal conclusions of your report well what you are not mentioning is a letter we sent on March twenty seventh to Mr bar that raised some issues and that letter speaks for itself but then I I don't see how you could that could be a sense Eiji bars letter detail the principal conclusions of your report and you have status before that that there wasn't anything in an inaccurate in fact you have this during statement but let me let me go on to another question Mister Miller rather than purely relying on the evidence provided by witnesses and documents I I think you relied a lot on media I'd like to know how many times you cited The Washington Post in your report how many times I one sided The Washington Post in your report I do not have knowledge of that yeah I think here but I well I think I don't have knowledge of that for you I counted about sixty times how many times did you say the New York times I counted at no idea I counted about seventy five times how many times did you cite fox news I had a lot as with the other two I have no idea about twenty five times I gotta say it looks like volume two is mostly regurgitated press stories honestly there's almost nothing in volume two that I print already here or no simply by having a fifty dollar cable news subscription however your investigation cost American taxpayers twenty five million dollars Mister Miller you cited media reports nearly two hundred times in your report then in a footnote a small footnote number seven page fifteen of volume two of your report you wrote I quote this section summarizes insights various news stories not for the truth of the information contained in the stories but rather to place candidate trump's response to those stories in contact since nobody but lawyers reads footnotes are you concerned that the American public took the embedded news stories and I'm in the gentle lady's expired the gentle lady from Washington all right that it was that Debbie Lesko questioning Robert Muller of produced of course that report on the Russian attempts to sway the presidential election of two thousand sixteen so we've now heard from both Arizona Republican house members who sit on this Judiciary Committee we are still awaiting a democratic congressman Greg stand and when his questioning happens we'll bring it to you twenty three right now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
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"Is the Honey badger running slow motion. Look runs all over the place. Watchhouse at that bird got a snake jackal. Oh my gosh. Oh, the Honey badgers at just raising the Honey badgers referred to by the Guinness Book world records, the most fearless animal, and all of the animal kingdom. It really doesn't get if it's hungry. It's what's that? And it's now no regard for any other animal. Whatever looking just running -ill eating snakes mouse. So you got to watch the whole, it's not a PG thirteen video. We had to bleep a little bit there. But the Honey badger is the meanest animal in the forest and that's what we embark nickname is Honey badger, and the Wall Street Journal, has an editorial this morning. William bars fresh air. If you want to know why William bar is under political attack considering his interview this week, with Jan Crawford of CBS news. It's a hump Dinger in which the attorney general challenge the received wisdom about the investigation to Trump Russia, collusion nearby. We exert Mr. bars comment about the behavior. Former top FBI officials James Comey, Andrew MacKay known how he disagrees with president charge of treason as the points out the constitutionally specifically defined treason, his only in the loving of war against the United States or adhering to their enemies, giving the maiden comfort. But no to that Mr. bar. Take seriously, the bias displayed FBI officials against Mr. Trump and he calls up the press for double standard in failing to be alarmed about a potential abuse of power by law enforcement and intelligence agencies and spying on American presidential campaign, quote the fact that today people just seemed to brush aside, the idea is okay. You know, to engage in these activities against the political campaign is stunning to me, especially when the media doesn't seem to think that it's. Looking into mR Barr says they're supposed to be watchdogs, you know of our civil liberties. This was not something the press corps likes to hear about its own bias this Crawford. So when we talk about foreign interference versus say a government abuse of power, which is more troubling, Mr. bar. Well, they're both. They're both troubling. Ms Crawford equally, Mr. bar in my mind. They are sure, I mean, republics have fallen because Pretoria Guardmen, Taliban were government officials get very arrogant. They identify the national interest with their own political preferences, and they feel that anyone was different opinion. Now, some of the enemy of the state, you know, that is the tendency that they know, better in that, you know, they're, they're protect protect us as guardians of the people that can easily translate into a sensually supervising, the will of the majority and getting your own way. As a government official, Mr. bar, writes, the Wall Street Journal, won't win any popularity contests in Washington with these words, but the public should be encouraged that he is looking closely at FBI actions that so many prefer to ignore Bill bar is. The Honey badger. When I said that yesterday, Chuck Todd rolled his eyes on meet the press. I also said this, by the way about the Democrats do I have? I don't have time. I'll play it. When we come back relief factor relief, factor dot com and headed down to Quantico today. So I got to be ready to run. Wind sprints with the Marine Corps museum for a change of command ceremony. But Louis factor dot com will be with me. There's my packet of the four essential natural supplements that keep you moving should be reading along the river before that. And. Omega raspberry Choi carrying Kirkman. That's how he used to take with lukewarm copy, relieffactor dot com, keeps you and I, I shouldn't say, it'll be running I- trundle these days, I don't call myself a runner anymore, long ago and far away. I was talking to the deputy associate attorney General Department of Justice was over for dinner last night. Stephen Cox, how much are you running? I run a trundle run three twelve marathons, but I was warning tiny is wonderful wife that you got to be worried about how far you run when you're young because when you're older catches up with you need relief factor dot com because, you know you're right. But a lot of miles on the wheels when you're young it shows up when you're all, but it was worth it. Could you get the cardiovascular system that will keep going long enough to do radio till, I'm a hundred and ten so get out there and get your relief factor dot com and stay acted relieffactor dot com coming right back Selena Zito.
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"You really don't, but I know we used to litigate this. But anyway, go ahead. Okay. They are not allowed to release Donald Trump taxes or anybody else's then allowed to. It's illegal. Do you know under that section of the code? They're not even allowed to tell the public, or members of congress have somebody's being audited. Imagine. But they go back to nineteen twenty nineteen twenty four statute that says congress has a right to have access to these tax returns. Well, we'll see go ahead and let a gate it. But the fact that the president challenges this they said, well, that's obstruction thinks he's a king, these slime balls are now accusing the president of what they're doing. Mark can I just say one more thing yesterday? I, I feel like I've known you for at least two minutes. Okay. Now, I know you longer believe me, what's listen to Irish releases that they have for Bernie Sanders and Biden beta. Whatever did you what I care about is their charitable contributions. They basically give a thousand dollars which compare essentially nothing which compared to Donald Trump ratio is one penny to the millions, Eddie giving in, in, in chatter to me. It's more important to see how generous you, they are such a bunch of misers, but they're very easy spending our money too many. How many tummy how many jobs has Bernie Sanders created for African Americans Latinos, Asians, lesbians, what I wear are we LGBTQ whatever how many jobs has he created for that group of people none? And yet, Donald Trump is created God knows how many jobs for everybody. All right. Judy. Thank you for your call. Excellent call. I may say so I just did Diane Sacramento, California. How are you? Hello. I have a question, look when Adler and congress say to Mr. bar or to President Trump. You know, you, you have to turn over all. Oh, protected, even the redacted information for us, right? And they say, no, we can't, we can't unredacted things because it's illegal isn't, and they say, okay, well, if you don't then we're gonna hold you in contempt. That's like entrapment and it goes beyond politics and the media, and laying blame. It's like setting up someone to break the law or else they're going to get punished. That goes beyond politics. So tell me this, how many so-called journalists on CNN and MSNBC have in plain English coherently, explain to their audiences exactly what you just said. Well, I. That's not the point. It's the law has to step in and we know that and will step in. It's going to go to court. Good. Go to court. We don't get an Obama judge because, you know, they use all kinds of laws that have actually been written. Right. But this is a fortune cookie, and that's where they get their advice from go ahead. But this is this is intrepid. Okay. The technically entrapment because he's not gonna do it, what it is violation of, of a federal statute, but they're insisting that he do. He's a smart man. He's not going to do it. And they're gonna go to court to protect themselves, and if they want him to violate it. So then they could really don't want him the violate it. They're trying to create an impression among their constituency, which actually is pretty stupid. Apparently that this administration is obstructing their magnificent subpoenas. Now, let me just tell the American people just because congress issues a subpoena. So what depends what it says? Thank you for your call. I am only saying that because I know you're gonna repeat yourself. We got set. K Don K, D, W, and Las Vegas Nevada, go. Hey, Mark longtime listener first-time. Caller. You got. I'm curious about this whole thing show every thing because I've always thought that, you know, if you know the laws that the federal government doesn't do aren't left to the state, but the federal government does have the immigration laws. So how can these days, just go out and say, okay, well, well, you make an excellent point. It's called plenary power..
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"Institution riding at national review online about compared contrast to attorney generals, and contempt citations the news is that the attorney general Mr. bar has been now a by vote of the judiciary committee and the house of representatives led by Jerrold Nadler cited for contempt from the threat to the actual vote was about nineteen days. I learn, but this is a very unusual behavior because we have a previous attorney general who was cited by and voted for contempt by a previous house of representatives. And that example teaches us that this present conduct might. The irregular a professor a very good evening to you. The previous attorney general was Eric Holder and congress did vote him in a lopsided vote. You side to fifty five to sixty seven for contempt because of the matter had to do with a matter of guns at the time and the Obama administration, citing executive privilege to protect the attorney general. How does that may? I correct. What can I just correct? You surely wasn't about guns. It was about lying. There was terrible operation involving guns. But the administration sent a letter to congress saying that it knew nothing about it. When in fact, they knew everything about it. And so the hearings and the controversy was how the Justice department came about and how it plotted to deceive congress about the fair so wasn't just guns. It was it was out in outlying. Thank you. Because I wanted to get to ask you how this. Contrast with the executive privilege that is now contemplated with the president contempt citation of the attorney general and your column in the national review set tells me amateur reader that there's very little in common between these two episodes. Well, I think to the sons that their differences muster bar offer. A well, I mean to begin with, you know, bar has released all but tiny portions of the Muller report. He didn't have to release any of it at that under the under the law that were pointed to him on a confidential basis he is the one who chose to give any of it, the congress, and the fact that he has made minor reductions. It's just it it it is so strange that the committee would would make such a big deal about that. But the second thing is that the reductions are required by law that these reductions has to do with grand jury materials, which are among the most confidential documents that we have on our system is actually a criminal offense for an official to release grand jury materials outside of the exceptions provided for in the law. You know, maybe I mean, it used to be up until recently that there were courts that would order that would give orders allowing the release of grand jury materials, but you know, the most recent precedent in the DC circuit is that that is not permissible, but whether that's right or wrong. Certainly no such a court order has been given. And so, you know, bars. Being held in contempt for not violating the criminal law of the United States. The the holder case you report this goes back to twenty twelve the first term of the Obama administration. The holder case involved a congressional subpoena. And also the matter of the separation of powers, and in that instance, the president invoked I believe executive privilege could the White House. Follow the the present White House follow that pattern it today and be within its power. Well, the pro President Trump has already invoked executive privilege which protects bar from being criminally prosecuted for contempt citation. So in other words, the I meant executive privilege about the unredacted of the redacted part of the molar report is executive privilege to help here. Because this matter of what a court can or cannot. What I court permits to be released to congress to members of congress as confused me is executive privilege a blanket that could stop the congressional inquiry entirely. So that's a difficult question. The word executive privilege does not actually appear in the constitution or in any laws. That is a long standing practice that this is a general term for a wide variety of reasons, why the executive refuses to provide documents to congress or to the courts, it might include national security, it might include presidential communications. This is to my knowledge. The first time that grand jury materials have ever been involved and executive privilege of determination. So it can cover a lot of different things. You have to look at the details and the holder affair of bomb administration vote executive privilege because of. Of internal deliberations within the department of Justice about what they were going to tell congress and the press. Now, those internal deliberations are pretty low level so far as we know they did not involve presidential communications. I think most lawyers having to do with executive privilege believe that executive privilege is actually reserved for presidential communications, or at least high level communications that the ideas that several PR flunkies down on the Justice department can can discuss, you know, not turning over documents to congress, and that gets executive privilege is I think if it startling you recommend a resolution here similar to what happened in twenty twelve which is when the Republican House of representatives went to court is that something that would work here to resolve this dispute. Well, we probably would you know, all there's. Very little precedent for any of this in in the past. I mean, we got on for hundreds of years without a single cabinet official being subpoenaed for documents or held in contempt in connection with documents. It's this is really quite recent phenomenon and the first time in American history that the congress or or in that case that house for presentative went to court was at the end of the Bush administration demanding testimony documents from the White House counsel and the presidential chief of staff. Many people thought at that time that the court would say that it isn't a matter for the courts, not just icial controversy. But the district court did take touristic, and and then the administration was over. So it was really never resolved. Then the same thing happened with holder. So we have to district court decisions. Now holding that that eight branch of congress can go to the courts to enforce a subpoena. Now, it's never gotten above the district court. We don't we do not have an appellate decision. We do not have a supreme court decision. And we don't really even have long standing practice. But it may make sense that this is a peaceful way of resolving it. If if the two sides can't get together the way, you know, they've been able to do for hundreds of years, if you know, if the house, you know, demands that the executive turnover whatever they ask for the president refuses to turn over anything. And there is no cooperation, no negotiation. No compromise. You know, how is this going to be resolved their constitutional issues on both sides. And maybe the best thing is for them. Just to go to court. Michael McConnell is the Richard and Francis. Mallory professor of law Stanford. University law school in addition to being director of Stanford's constitutional Law Center and a senior fellow of the Hoover.
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"Enter at the top let me begin by telling you right now place about Kimberly straddles column in the Wall Street Journal. I gotta read it to you. The only thing uglier than an angry Washington is fearful. In Washington writes, can in theory is what's driving this week? Blitzkrieg attorney general William bar, Mr. bar tolerantly sat through hours of democratic insults. At a Senate Judiciary committee hearing Wednesday. His reward for his patients was to be labeled in the space of a new cycle. A lawbreaking dishonest obstructing hat speaker Nancy Pelosi publicly accused Mr. bar of lying to congress. But she added is considered a crime, by the way, that's just slander spoken, defamation slander, and I said so on on Twitter yesterday back to Kim. House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler said he will move to hold Mr. barn contempt. You mean like Eric Holder, which did nothing, of course, unless the attorney general acquiesces to the unprecedented demand that he submit to cross examination by committee staff attorneys if not happening that is a constitutional showdown no crisis custody showdown. And I believe that article three judges will side with article two executives like the attorney general against article one staff attorney, Jay. Komi former director of the Federal Bureau of investigation himself under a cloud says Kim, strassel lamented that Donald Trump had eaten Mr. VAR soul. Rarely Jim Comey, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren demands, the attorney general resigned, California Representative Eric's while while Watson impeached, these attacks rights, Kim strassel are not about special counsel, Robert Muller, his report or even the surreal debate over Mr. bars. First letter describing the report the attorney general delivered the transparency Democrats demanded he quickly released a lightly redacted report, which portrayed the president in a negative light. What do the Democrats object to some of this frustration continued Strauss? Democrats foolishly invested two years of political capital in the idea that Mr. Muller would prove President Trump had colluded with Russia. Mr. Muller, left them empty-handed. Some of it's personal Democrats resent that Mr. VAR will cower or apologize for doing John some bitterness than Mr. bars performing like a real attorney general making the call against obstruction of Justice charges rather than back and forth. Letting Democrats have their fun with all of Mr. Mueller's obstruction innuendo, but she continues. Most of it is likely fear, Mr. barmaid, real news in that Senate hearing, and while the press didn't notice Democrats did set it. I've studied everyone on talk radio Senate, everyone in the conservative media. He turned Gerald said he'd already assigned people at the Justice department to assist his investigation of the origins of the Trump Russia probe. He said is review would be far reaching that. He was obtaining details from congressional investigation from the ongoing probe by the department's inspector General, Michael Horowitz, and. Even for Mr. Muller's work. Mr. VAR said that the investigation wouldn't focus only on the fall twenty sixteen justifications for secret surveillance warrants against Trump team members. But would go back months earlier. He also said he'd focus on the infamous dossier concocted by opposition research, firm, fusion, GPS and four British former spy Christopher Steele, which the FBI relies so heavily and its pro. Mr Barak knowledge is concerned that the dossier itself could be Russian disinformation possibility described as not entirely speculative. That means there's something their friends. He also revealed that the department has quote multiple criminal leak investigation that away multiple criminal leak investigation into this closure. Classify details about the Trump Russia investigation. I think Jim Komi has got to be worried in lawyer it up and his buddy leaked all that classified. Material has got to be worried about it as well. Do not underestimate rights camp. How many powerful people in Washington have something to lose from Mr. bars probe among? Among them. Former current leaders of the law enforcement and intelligence communities, the Democratic Party poobah you've paid a foreign national Mr. Steele to collect information from Russians and delivered to the FBI. The government officials who misused their position to target a presidential campaign, the leakers the media more than reputations are at risk. Revelations could leave the lawsuits formal disciplinary actions loss of jobs, even criminal prosecution. The attacks on Mr. bar are first and foremost rights, Kim, strassel an effort to force him out to prevent this information from coming to light until Democrats can retake the White House in twenty twenty as a fallback the coordinated campaign works as a preemptive smear diminishing credibility, the ultimate findings by priming the public to view him as a partisan not working, by the way. And I'll tell you why in a second you tax. That's why Mr. bar isn't alone getting slide Natasha, but Tron political last month pen to hit piece on the respected, Mr. Horowitz. It's clear that the inspector general is asking the right questions, the political article -nology, honing in on Mr. Steele's credibility, the dossiers veracity, and it goes on to provide a defence of Mr. Steele dossier. Well, quoting unnamed sources, do derive the quality of the Horowitz probe and hilariously claim that the long tenured inspector general of not well versed in the core Justice department function we have to stop using the criminal Justice process as a political weapon, Mr. bar set Wednesday, then line didn't get much notice but the worthy goal. Increasingly looks to be a reason Mr. bar accepted this unpleasant job stopping this abuse requires understanding how it started the liberal establishment, including journalist friendly with it doesn't want that to happen. And so it was made it its mission to destroy Mr. bar. The attorney general seems to know what he's up against and remains undeterred. That's the sort of steely will necessary to right the ship at the Justice department, and the FBI now I will at hughhewitt again here in the New York Times broke the story that George popadopoulos was approached not only by Stephen helper in London by but by an individual working for the FBI. I'm not sure the New York Times not tell us whether or not that individual wasn't FBI agent. Whether she was a CIA operative whether she was working for 'em. I six or m I five we don't know. We just know that she pretended to be someone. She wasn't and that there was an operation run against George popadopoulos with the intention of penetrating. The Trump campaign allegedly according to. This leaked article at of the report to protect the country. But in fact, it was to destroy Donald Trump. It's become so obvious as the end of your nose. And here's why it's not gonna work the attempt to destroy bar because of me because of Mike Gallagher because Dennis Prager because of seven Gorka, Larry elder because of rush because of Levin, the great one because of Sean Hannity because of Fox News because there are many many more people listening to me and them than there are two the spin doctors in left wing media, spin doctors in left wing media reach about one to two million people a day, we reach thirty to forty million people today, and the issue here is whether or not a coup was attempted during the transition against the president to take him out, whether the FBI attempted to ruin his campaign. Peter Struck Lisa page, Andrew McCabe navy James Comey who broke the law, and when did they break it and who. Was running the agents in London. Those are the questions that Bill bars focused on and we're all telling you, and I am reading Kim strassel column to you. So that you are equipped to go out and find the straw, Colin. Right. Over the Wall Street Journal in the opinion section doesn't cost any money to go. See it just go and find it. But the title of it is called for fear of William bar and the Google S T R A F SEAL and the third way and bar. Then said it to everybody, you know, send that on everywhere. Everywhere tweeted out Facebook, make sure everyone knows what's going on. Cover up one Cohen. Somewhere in the world uses happening. You'll hear it here first. But only if you're here when Hugh Hewitt continues. Air for.
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"Week? Blitzkrieg attorney journal embar Mr. bar tolerantly sat through hours of democratic insults. At a Senate Judiciary committee hearing Wednesday. His reward for his patients was to be labeled in the space of new cycle. A lawbreaking dishonest obstructing hat speaker Nancy Pelosi publicly accused Mr. bar of lying to congress, which she added is considered a crime, by the way, that's just slander spoken, defamation slander, and I said so on on Twitter yesterday back to Kim House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler, he will move to hold Mr. barn contempt. You mean like Eric Holder and did nothing, of course, unless the attorney general acquiescence to the unprecedented demand that he submit to cross examination by committee staff attorney v not happening that is a constitutional showdown constitutional crisis custody showdown. And I believe that article three judges will side with art. To executives like the attorney general against article one staff attorneys. James comey. Former director of the Federal Bureau of investigation himself under a cloud says Kim, strassel lamented that Donald Trump had quote eaten Mr. bar soul. Rarely Tim Comey. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren demands, the attorney, general resigned. California Representative Eric swallow wants him impeached. These attacks rights, Kim strassel are not about special counsel, Robert Muller, his report or even the surreal debate over Mr. bars. First letter describing the report they turning general delivered the transparency Democrats demanded he quickly released a lightly redacted report, which portrayed the president in a negative light. What do the Democrats object to some of? This is frustration contained travel. Democrats foolishly invested two years of political capital in the idea that Mr. Muller would prove President Trump colluded with Russia. Mr. Muller left them empty-handed, some of it's personal Democrats resent that Mr. bar won't cower or apologize for doing job some bitterness than Mr. bars performing like a real attorney. General making the call against obstruction of Justice charges rather than sitting back and forth. Letting Democrats have their fun with all Mr. Mueller's obstruction innuendo, but she continues. Most of it is likely fear, Mr. barmaid, real news in that Senate hearing, and while the press didn't notice Democrats did. So did I so did everyone on talk radio Senate, everyone in the conservative media? He turning journal said he'd already assign people at the Justice department to assist is investigation of the origins of the Trump Russia probe. He said his review would be far reaching that. He was obtaining details from congressional investigation from the ongoing probe by the department's inspector General Michael Horowitz, and even for Mr. Muller's work, Mr. bar said that the investigation wouldn't focus only on the fall twenty sixteen justifications for secret surveillance warrants against Trump team members. But would go back months earlier. He also said he'd focus on the infamous dossier concocted by position research, firm, fusion, GPS and forbade. Former spy Chris. For steel which the FBI relies so heavily. And it's pro Mr. bark knowledge is concerned that the dossier itself could be Russian disinformation possibility described as not entirely speculative. That means there's something their friends. He also revealed that the department has quote multiple criminal leak investigation that away multiple criminal leak investigation into this closure classified details about the Trump Russia investigation. I think Jim Komi has got to be worried lawyer up and his buddy leaked all that classified materials. Got to be worried about it as well. Do not underestimate rights Kim, how many powerful people in Washington have something to lose from Mr. bars probe among them former and current leaders of the law enforcement and intelligence community, the Democratic Party poobah who paid a foreign national Mr. Steele to collect information from Russians and delivered to the FBI the government officials who misuse their positions. Target a presidential campaign, the leakers the media more than reputations are at risk. Revelations could lose the lawsuits formal disciplinary actions, lots of jobs, even criminal prosecution. The attacks on Mr. bar are first and foremost rights, Kim, strassel an effort to force him out to prevent this information from coming to light until Democrats can retake the White House in twenty twenty as a fallback the coordinated campaign works as a preemptive smear diminishing credibility, the ultimate findings by priming the public to view him as a partisan not working, by the way. And I'll tell you why in a second attacks. That's why Mr. bar is alone getting slide. Natasha patrol and political last month pen to hit piece on the respected, Mr. Horowitz. It's clear that the inspector general's asking the right question, the political article -nology, honing in on Mr. Steele's credibility, the dossier veracity, and it goes on to provide a defensive Mr. Steele dossier, quoting unnamed sources to deride the quality of the Horowitz probe and Larry claim that the long tenured inspector general not well-versed in the core Justice department functions we have to stop using the criminal Justice process as a political weapon, Mr. bar set Wednesday and line didn't get much notice but the worthy goal. Increasingly looks to be a reason Mr. bar accepted this unpleasant job stopping this abuse requires understanding how it started the liberal establishment, including journalists friendly with it doesn't want that to happen. And so has made it its mission to destroy Mr. bar. The attorney general seems to know what he's up against and remains undeterred. That's the sort of steely will necessary to right the ship at the Justice department and the FBI now I will at. Hugh Hewitt again here in the New York Times USA broke the story that George popadopoulos was approached not only by Stephen helper in London by but by an individual working for the FBI. I'm not sure the New York Times on not tell us whether or not that individual wasn't FBI agent. Whether she was a CIA operative whether she was working for 'em. I six or m I five we don't know. We just know that she pretended to be someone. She wasn't and that there was an operation run against George popadopoulos with the intention of penetrating. The Trump campaign allegedly according to this leaked article ahead of the report to protect the country. But in fact, it was to destroy Donald Trump, it's becoming so obvious as the end of your nose. And here's why it's not gonna work the attempt to destroy bar because of me because of Mike Gallagher because Dennis Prager because of said Gorka, Larry elder because of rush because of Levin the great one because. Sean Hannity because of Fox News because there are many many more people listening to me and them than there are two the spin doctors in left wing media, spin doctors in left wing media reach about one to two million people a day, we reach thirty to forty million people day, and the issue here is whether or not a coup was attempted during the transition against the president to take him out, whether the FBI attempted to ruin his campaign. Peter Struck Lisa page, Andrew McCabe, maybe James Comey who broke the law, and when did they break it and who was running the agents in London. Those are the questions that Bill bars focused on and we're all telling you, and I am reading Kim strassel comb to you. So that you were quick to go out and find the strassel, Colin right over the Wall Street Journal in the opinion section done cost any.
"mr bar" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"K s. Good morning to you. Let's get into these big stories the big stories. So this first one comes to us from woman named Kimberley strassel. She's a Wall Street Journal journalist real journalist, and she's talking about attorney general bar and the attacks on attorney general bar now, keep in mind when attorney general Bill bar was confirmed both he was confirmed by member you had Democrats voting for his confirmation. This is a guy who was familiar in Washington for years, and he was respected by both sides. He really was now the sudden he's a pariah. So here's bar tolerantly sitting through five hours of democrat insults at the Senate Judiciary hearing this week. And he was you know, the course of one news cycle. He was a law breaker. He was dishonest. He was an obstruction hack. That's Pelosi actually comes before the cameras and says what he did is quote considered a crime. James komi? The former director of the FBI said that Donald Trump had eaten bars soul. In other words, the impact of Donald Trump, Mr. bar was that bar was no longer no longer even had a soul. Can you imagine? This Elizabeth Warren said he should resign. That absolute idiot from Hayward Eric Saul wants him impeached, guys. I've never seen that that's all. Well guy. I've never seen a bigger ego. And he is so full of himself. He comes off as a real airhead to. Oh my gosh. He just he loves being on camera and he's on camera on a regular basis. Even a Fox News because they know that he's going to say something wacky. Oh, he's gotta be just this huge star of the left these days growing in importance. So what we have here is the Democrats foolishly investing two years of political capital in the idea that Muller would prove Trump colluded with Russia problem is Muller left them completely empty handed. So bar made real news in that Senate hearing. He made some real news. Some of us noticed. The establishment media certainly didn't pick up on it. But you know, who did the Democrats? They heard him say a few things that got their attention. And that's why when it came time to member yesterday. We'll you bar was supposed to speak before the house of representatives judicial committee. And it was all set up ready to go at the last minute. They did a bait and switch if he were to show up. He would not be questioned by elected lawmakers. He would be questioned by attorneys. And he withdrew the opportunity to go before that committee because these would have been professional sharpshooters who are trying to trap him into saying something that would that he would regret and he saw it. He wasn't going to be interviewed by lawmakers elected by the people he was going to be interviewed by attorneys, and he wisely said that I'm not going. I'm not going. That was the trap. They set for him. He did not walk in the trap. He's been around too long. So here's what he said. In the hearing before the Senate are Wednesday. He said that he's already assigned people at the Justice department to assist in his investigation of the origins of the Trump Russia probe just what they don't want. He said his review would be far reaching. He said he's a he's obtained details from congressional investigations that have already taken place because there's an ongoing probe at the inspector general's office. And they've also looked into a lot of Muller's work on this particular case as well. So bar said the investigation would focus only on the fall twenty sixteen justifications for secret surveillance warrants against Trump. But it would go back months earlier as well. So they're going to get to the Genesis of how all this began. And he also said this. This went down that Senate hearing. He said this and the Democrats heard it and they began to shudder in their boots. He said he'd focused on the infamous dossier concocted, by that opposition research firm, fusion GPS that you've heard about Christopher Steele. The British spy you've heard about which the FBI relied so heavily probe. At are. Also acknowledged his concern that the dossier itself could be Russian disinformation. And he also well he also revealed that the department has quote multiple criminal leak investigations underway. What repeat that multiple criminal leak inventions investigations underway into the disclosure of classified. Details about the Trump Russia investigation. In other words. He's getting to the bottom of this thing. And when he gets to the bottom of this thing, what's he gonna find. There could be members of the Obama administration who are guilty. Now, that's one story. Here's the other story. This is former assistant US attorney General Andrew former assistant US attorney Andrew McCarthy. So I mentioned in the last segment. He's the guy that brought down the blind shake the nine hundred ninety three World Trade Center attempted bombing. So Andrew McCarthy is saying in the coming weeks, we're going to see. An expose of the true Genesis of Muller's Russia investigation, and how it's tied to some of the the highest Obama era officials. Continuing. He said this on Fox News yesterday. Quote, we're going to start getting the answers in the next four to six weeks when we can expect that inspector general Horwitz's reports are going to start flowing out. We know that attorney general bar has said he has personally looking into this. And he has a team of people in the Justice department, helping him. He also was asked if he believes bar has been under such intense fire from some quarters in an attempt to debt his credibility. I mean, he sat there for five hours. Take it from all these Democrats. They were trying to dent his credibility. And mccarthy. Agreed. He said, that's exactly what's happening here. They're trying to destroy this man's credibility. They want him impeach. They want. It thrown out because they know he is now on the case to determine the Genesis of this entire Trump investigation. Andrew McCarthy also said when Trump won what that meant was ten weeks. He was going to be president. And he was going to have access to all of the intelligence files of the executive branch. All of the top secret information government. So during those ten weeks. He would have information to all of this. And suddenly people behind the scenes would understand this would serious business. There was some interesting funny stuff going on that could be criminal. So what they did was create an impression that there was this big Trump Russia collusion thing to be worried about sit Andrew McCarthy. And the reason they did that was they knew that this was eventually going to come out and they need to justify why they use the government's extrordinary counterintelligence powers to investigate the opposition presidential campaign. Okay. So I've got I've just given you a lot of information and the gotten into the weeds perhaps a little too much, but those are two gigantic stories we'll touch on those a little bit later in the program as well. So if you're an early riser, you just tuned in I hope he caught all of that. Because man alive the Democrats are quaking in their boots. And that's why they want to tar and feather bar. The meantime, I'll tell you something I hope. This doesn't bother Donald Trump. This does not bother Donald Trump. I think he I think this emboldens Donald Trump and the administration at large twenty seven minutes past five o'clock here on case before one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred that's our phone number got traffic. Check for you in just one moment. Stay tuned. So what do you do and you got this harder money? What's your hedge? What do you do to prevent say? There's some inflation. What are you gonna do? Are you going to dive into the market now start buying stocks? Well, some say.
"mr bar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. William bar before the house or me before the Senate yesterday. He will not be testifying before the house today. But here's some of the back and forth. This was democratic Richard Blumenthal and William bar talking about the Muller letter. He's a career he's had a law enforcement professional, right? I know of no other instance, of, but he was also political appointee. And he was a political appointee. With me at the department of Justice. I don't, you know, the letters of bits navy, and I think it was probably written by one of his staff people. That were moments. There were moments when I thought you know, what? Yeah. Let's let's be direct about it. This hour for Freightliner run smart, helping you run more efficiently. Freightliner's number one goal. But when you look when you look at it. I said the same thing about the president throughout all of this. And I'll say it about attorney general bar. He's he's not flinching. His demeanor is not one where he looks like he's trying to hide something cover up something or afraid to talk about something. You know, they they made the in the coverage of the hill, the five takeaways article that they wrote you know, he seemed to be splitting hairs at one point in that article. They made that that point. I might be paraphrasing just a bit. But I don't think so they they did use the word. Splitting hairs. Your. Is it? Splitting hairs or is. It trying to the fine the role of the attorney general or not the role. But in this case, what the what a crime might be what a political crossing of the line might be. I guess. I guess that's the the difference. I would say there because we can we can sit here and split hairs about splitting hairs, but the fact of the matter is is that he's the attorney general and he deals with the the law. He doesn't deal with the political aspects of someone thinking, well, this may have crossed a some kind of ethical line or not even an ethical line. But this isn't a good thing. That's not a good thing. The fact of the matter is is he's there to talk about the mullahs report and also answer questions about how it applies to the law and the president himself in just seemed like a, you know, a desperate attempt by the Democrats to try and bring him down they failed at every turn in my opinion. Well, when as reading the Wall Street Journal editorial on it saying, a real attorney general saying that the reason that. The reason there's any questions for him is because Muller didn't do his job. That if you look at what mother did he as they right here of Democrats in the Meteo turning the into a villain for doing his duty and making the hard decisions that the special counsel. Robert Muller would not do. Mr. bars testimony Wednesday testimony of the Senate Judiciary committee was preceded late Tuesday by a leak of a letter Mr. Milord sent to the attorney general on March twenty seven Mr. Muller griped in the letter that Mr. bars for page explanation of congress of the principal conclusions of Muller report on March twenty four did not fully capture the context nature and substance of the Muller's teams work and conclusions. Then they write only in Washington could this exercise in posterior covering be puffed into a many outrage Democrats leapt on the letter as proof that Mr. bar was somehow covering for Mr. Trump when he covered up nothing. Hawaii Senator maisy Geraldo the democrat answer the runoff excuse me, accused Mr. bar of abusing his office in line to congress. And demanded that he resign. The only thing she lacked was evidence, right, Mr. bars four-page. Letter couldn't possibly have covered all the nuances of a four hundred and forty eight page report. It was an attempt to provide Mr. Muller's conclusions, by the way, I keep thinking office space jump to conclusions and to congress and the public is quickly as possible while he took the time to work through the entire document to make reductions required by law and Justice department rules, right, right? Oh, by the way. He did. I do wanna play this. This is the back and forth. Just a brief back and forth. Between Representative Tom Republican Senator Tom Tillerson and William bar. On the whole exonerating thing Muller. Put it in the report. Here we go. All right. It's interesting me. And the report about that we found no evidence that was sufficient to indict. But then they went on to say, nor can we exonerate him. What is the special counsel in the business of exonerating subject of an investigation? They're not they're not. So what would somebody put something like that? In the report. I don't know. And look you brought this up I in one of our midshow meetings, which is every commercial break. And and, but but you you said that if Democrats if if Democrats were being upfront. They would be furious at Adam Schiff, right? Yes. Right. If they were being intellectually honest because he has said all along for the last two and a half years, even though nobody could find collusion. He has seen the evidence of criminal collusion. Right. Why doesn't he bring it forward? The if you know because asking saying that the on on Wednesday morning calling for attorney general bars resign. You should resign. He should resign. You're you're the head of the house intelligence committee. You're the chairman you've been saying all this time that you have evidence of collusion that you've seen it that you have seen the evidence of how many times has he said it. So you need to be presenting that to the American people. Why would you not present that to the American people? Why would you not go forward? Clearly, you have something that Muller. Didn't even see. Well, why aren't the rank and file Democrats who still believed that Trump committed collusion? Why aren't the rank and file Democrats furious? And why isn't the media furious at Adam Schiff and ship says he looked he adds strutting Justice. Wait a minute who else is out here? Right. Justice who else is out there and has been out there for two and a half years saying he has seen the evidence of collusion. It is clear and it will come out, right? Why out if you're a democrat? Why aren't you furious at Adam Schiff for not telling you the evidence that he has because we have the mullahs report we've seen it? So at the very least Adam Schiff point to us in that report where you think the collusion is where's the evidence evidence is what he said evidence evidence. Now, the discussion in the in the in the in the media on social media and the back and forth about the vessel guy. Trump junior meeting that was collusion. Right. Remember that? That was well, that's that's collusion. That's delusion. Well, no, no, no, no, no. We're talking about at that time the top democrat while he wasn't chairman yet top democrat on the house intelligence committee kept saying I have seen the evidence. So. When he was gentleman that he has seen the evidence of collusion. So let's let's see it. Why aren't people upset at him? Why aren't people upset? That Muller didn't go and look at where the cl- the best evidence for collusion was and that would be in the dossier. Right. And report on that evidence to you. Why aren't Democrats upset? Why isn't the media upset at Adam? Chef. He's the one that claims there's nobody out there claiming I don't know any other politician out there claiming that he has the evidence of collusion. And now he's the head of the house intelligence committee. He's the one that's been saying for over two years. He has the evidence Muller doesn't have the evidence. Let's so let's sit bar doesn't have the evidence. Because Muller doesn't have the evidence. So let's see the FBI never found the evidence. The intelligence agencies. Brennan, never found Brennan never found the evidence Brennan made all these accusations against Trump. And then after the Muller report came out and said, well, it must've got bad information. Well, did Adam Schiff combat information? But why if you're, but this shows, you if you want to know why you know, the Democrats are okay with Democrats line. And why the media's okay, but Democrats line and why they know their line is because they're not questioning why Adam Schiff doesn't come forward. That's the first thing. I'd say, right. He said, it's all evidence. Not that someone told him Riber even with Brennan Renan gets the walkaway why. Because the the the Monday morning after the Friday mull report being handed over to the attorney general he says, well, I guess my sources were wrong. I guess I got bad information. That's not how Adam Schiff has. Phrased it all this time. He's seen the evidence. Not sources of his have seen the evidence. He has seen that. He's. The evidence, and he won't tell Democrats, and he won't tell the American public about it. That's obstruction of Justice. It is under the new definition of obstruction of Justice. Here's the thing. I don't want him to resign though. Because he's making our job as true. Keep it up has he ever been asset question. You claim you have it. What is it man? They just keep lobbing loser. Loser. After loser loser. And this desperation here. What's going on right now? And we set it. We said it. It was probably the the within a few days of the mole report being handed over to bar. We said here's what you're seeing. Here's what you are looking at they're going to go after the attorney general because they know where he's headed. Then he talked about it. Remember, they were supposed to be talking about appropriations at the last hearing where he testified hearings re testified, but it ended up being about the mullahs report. And the and we said, okay, here's further evidence of this desperation by the Democrats. They've got a discount him. They've got to that. He's lost credibility, by the way, the the media's carrying water to their. I forget who it was. I don't know if it was politico, or I really don't know. But I read the line. He's lost credibility. It may have been the hill. Go back and see if I could find that. So I can be accurate, but, you know, the the left basically sang left media saying, you know, he's lost all credibility. Now. He has no he hasn't. You guys want people to think that he's lost credibility because it doesn't work to your narrative. It doesn't work to what you have helped build along with the Russians. For the last two plus years, nip CNN, the Democrats and their allies Russian intelligence futon. Right. Who's in bed with Putin Trump or the Democrats? Zac, losing who's in bed with their who's in bed with Putin Trump or CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times and MSNBC to name a few right? Why aren't they focusing on the dossier? The closest you got from for recently in recent weeks to anyone in the left media discounting the dossier is Chuck Todd calling it a conspiracy theory. His predecessor well his early predecessor. Would have done if you can you imagine what Tim russert would have done with the dossier thing. Uh-huh. Because he was a journalist because he knew that you're going to you're going to have to do the homework on this because he didn't want to be wrong. He didn't want to be inaccurate. And. He did his homework which Todd closed the door on it. And I don't know anybody else. That's really discounting the whole dossier thing, they're not covering it. But they're not challenging the dossier. They're not challenging the near the New York Times article. That's that that is that right after the mother report came out, and where where critics of the way that the media's coverage said, okay is this the turn coming in now where they're trying to save face because they did. And I'll see if I can find the quote for you. We brought it up on yesterday's show the article that came out that that said, you know, there's a there's the other train of thought that the the dossier, you know, might be Russian disinformation. Maybe not only did they go after Hillary, but they were going after Trump Russians, right, right? So they're starting the net. That's the winning of the door. The turn may slowly be starting right now of something that we have been talking about for the longest time challenging the those. And at the two-day overnight can do it. And we don't have nearly the resources of the New York Times or the Washington Post or CNN or MSNBC if we can figure out what's going on. They know what's going on. They just forgot to cover. Exactly.
"mr bar" Discussed on KTRH
"There is no reason for this report, you understand the attorney general was not obligated to release it at all. And you can see is I will repeat that Muller, basically, set up the attorney general he may not understand that many people may not understand it. Nobody's talked about it henceforth. So I'm raising it. As I MO these things over and over and over again in my head. There was no reason that virtually every page of this report would have secret grand jury information in it. Because Mr. Mueller knew that Mr. bar was unable to reveal that. There's no reason to have significant amount of classified information in this report because Mr. Muller knew that Mr. bar would have to redact that as well. There was no reason to include individuals in the report to simply barris them because Mr. Muller understood that Mr. bar would have to redact that too. Some Mr. Muller prepared a report that he knew would be considered controversial just by the process of applying federal law. And traditional practices. In scrubbing the report before it's released. Thereby giving him you Nisshin to the Democrats and the media for the last three weeks. How long it's been to be claiming cover up and sell out and all the rest of it a Muller and his team had to know exactly what they were doing this issue of obstruction? They also knew that because during his confirmation hearings bar said he would release as much of the report as possible. Rather than say, no, we don't believe we had enough information pursue.
"mr bar" Discussed on KTOK
"Thanks for joining us. Welcome into Tuesday, congress and the public or expected to receive special counsel Robert Muller's report on Thursday about Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election. We get more from this morning's Mike, Gavin attorney general William bar and other top officials have spent the last three weeks redacting. The nearly four hundred page report blacking out sensitive information. The Wall Street Journal says his delivery of the document will likely start legal maneuvers that could mean the supreme court decides how much of the report becomes public. Mr. bar said the Muller probe found President Trump and his campaign didn't conspire with Russia to interfere in the two thousand sixteen election, Gordon. Thanks, mike. The attorney general has so far released only a four page summary of Mr. Mueller's findings Mr. bar has said he would testify about the report in may before the house and Senate Judiciary committees. This portion of the program is brought to you by Brooklyn. It's now easier and more affordable than ever to get quality hotel sheets for your very own bed who doesn't love the incredible feeling of five star hotel sheets though, but it's been difficult and expensive to get sheets. Like that at home that is until now that's why I've been recommending Brooklyn dot com. Brooklyn is the fastest growing betting brand in the world with over thirty five thousand five star reviews. They were the first DT see betting company, meaning they work directly with manufacturers and directly with customers. No middlemen, and that puts money back in our pockets with Brooklyn, I get luxury sheets without the luxury markup. My Brooklyn and sheets of the best.
"mr bar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update. The Muller report ISIS defeat. I'm Anne Cates. Congress has been told that attorney general William bar will not be providing an overview today of the special counsel report on Russian interference in the election. Then he Trump campaign connections to Moscow correspondent, Sunlen Serfaty reports. Capitol Hill Democrats while the conference call this afternoon, we have heard from many Democrats saying that they want not only the full Malla report released to them. But especially and notably. The underlying documents the supporting evidence that Muller used in his investigation. Listen to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, it's imperative for Mr. bar to make the full report public and provide its underlying documentation and findings to congress. Isis has been defeated by US-backed forces in Syria. The correspondent Ben Wedeman says the terrorist group could rebuild. Elsewhere problem. Is that the fertile soil upon which ISIS grew and thrived is still there. And that is. The autocratic regimes that spread across the Middle East. And therefore until those problems are addressed you will always have those who go to the extreme to the most fanatical solutions that might be out there. And that's what ISIS represents millions of disaster. Victims are being told there at increased risk of identity theft and fraud the inspector general at the department of homeland security says personal information like Bank account numbers belonging to two point three million hurricane wildfires survivors was given to a federal contractor that was helping them. Find temporary housing FEMA says it began filtering the data in December of last year to prevent the information from being shared, but a more permanent fix may not be finalized for months. Jan johnson. Washington. A flare up at a petrochemical plant near Houston has been contained after sending up a thick black plume of smoke..
"mr bar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"LA the home of lightning hockey. Speaking of the devil. We're just talking to hear about Bob Barr. Bill bar sorry. Bob Barr from gerbil bar, the attorney general nominee. And it was reported about twenty minutes ago is an audio clip of Chuck Schumer saying that he has reservations about Bill bar and cannot vote to confirm him because he Chuck Schumer cannot get enough assurances that bar will not interfere with the Muller investigation. Apparently, they had a private meeting and bar did not slit his wrist. And swear that he would get rid of Trump, which is what they're asking the guy. Did you watch any of this? This attorney general designate will you promise not to interfere with the mother. Well, you'll promise that Muller will be allowed to go as long as he needs to dig up. Whatever dirty on Trump. We get rid of Trump. Yes, Senator that's my intention within the bounds on the rules. Mr. bar, will you guarantee that Trump can't fire? I'll do everything I can in terms of the constitution Senator to make. We'll you make sure that the mama report says what we want to hear that Trump colluded with Russia, and they gotta go. I'll do whatever the special counsel tells me is proper under the rule. That's what it was the arrogance of these people as though Muller is God. And nobody's going to get in the way of writing the ten commandments. It's obscene, and it's offensive to me. And apparently Chuck Schumer was not satisfied enough in his private conversation with bar apparently bar would not commit to standing aside and letting Muller do whatever he wants and say, whatever he wants and report, whatever he wants. With no involvement by anybody else. So take that for what it's worth this is Frank up next Grand Rapids. Minnesota is their Grand Rapids. Minnesota. Is. Well, it's great to have you from there. How are you? Good. It's an honor to talk to you. I just want to get your thoughts on Donald Trump or anyone else doesn't have to apologize for listening to the American people and changing his mind winter last time that we had a president that actually listened to the American people, and it what they wanted and your you and your program, you're the nucleus of of a bunch of like minded people that Donald Trump wants to listen to and I just don't I don't think anybody has to apologize for that. I think it's it's an amazing thing that we have in our in our president. I'm proud of it. I agree with you one hundred percent in in fact, probably even more than that, the the idea that Trump would be listening to this program is though that somehow illegitimate the fact that Trump will be listening to people voted for him is that somehow sick. This is exactly what I'm talking about. Folks. That's what they believe. I don't know how to tell you how how beside themselves people in Washington are over the simple fact that Trump's strives to keep promises. In the world politics. Those are gimmicks. Nobody means any of that. And everybody knows. That's why there are never any news stories on presidents and candidates breaking promises. It's expected. It's a gimmick everybody. Does it? You're not supposed to actually try to keep them. Because that would mean the people have some power in things, and that's not supposed to happen. But the constant attacks on me and this program in you. It's thirty years on that peop- they've been doing this. And the reason for it is to discredit. In the eyes and minds of people that don't listen they have given up on trying to get you to stop listening to me. They figured out. They can't do that. And they've tried just like they've tried to separate Trump's voters. So what they're doing now is personal attack in salt and all this to damage my credibility and Trump's everybody else's among people that don't listen. So that our audiences won't grow. And so more importantly than that that we will not be influential with people who who don't listen, and that's part and parcel of their approach is to discredit anybody to de-legitimize anybody. They are threatened by. There's no desire for compromise at working together to crossing the island all of that garbage. It's always..
"mr bar" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"They have we have so prepared in advance for something happening in that chamber. The secret service says they are fully prepared for the state of the union. The address is currently scheduled to take place on January. Twenty ninth panel of witnesses offering perspective during the confirmation hearing for William bar a nominee for attorney general. Linda Kenyon has the story from Capitol Hill over attorney General Michael new Casey says bar certainly has the qualifications. He has done literally everything that you could possibly do including serving as attorney general Mr. bars record Okla Justice is abysmal. President and CEO Derrick Johnson as attorney general he championed massacre and deprive countless persons of color of their liberty bar who served as a Torney general during the George H W Bush administration told senators yesterday, if confirmed he would not interfere with the special counsel's Russia probe and that he was not asked to do. So by President Trump. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. The city of Nashville is moving closer to granting Amazon a fifteen million dollar reimbursement for work on roads, sewer and other parts of where the company will build its new hub downtown the ordinance passed last night on its second of three readings. But not without some pushback. The Tennessee says some council members think the is giving away too much money, including one member who says it would be wiser to spend that money in neighborhoods council members. Larry Hager, Steve Glover. And Kathleen Murphy voted, no, Ken Weaver. WTN news cycle vote on the infrastructure. Reimbursement will be February the fifth and finally. Testers outside the headquarters of Sony Music in New York City are calling on Sony Music ended subsidiary RCA records to drop our Kelly in the wake of the lifetime docu series surviving R Kelly in the series women detail decades of sexual abuse perpetrated by the singer activists say RCA records, not only an abled R Kelly, but they also profited from him news brought to you by P three portable protein packs. The more interesting way to get your protein traffic. Faking trees is like taking care of your body. Don't wait until it's an emergency. Pentecostal service are the professionals Nashville has trusted for years to keep their trees..
"mr bar" Discussed on AM Joy
"Mr. bar, hugs relationship with Mr. Muller terrific. We embar Trump's nominee to be the next attorney general of the United States made the Senate rounds ahead of his confirmation hearing next week you face tough questions about his prior criticism of the Muller investigation, namely a memo in which he called a quote fatally misconceived to say that a president could be accused of obstructing Justice for firing the director the potential confirmation of bar also comes as deputy rod Rosenstein, who's overseeing the investigation is set to resign leaving the department of Justice and potentially the Muller probe in bars hands once he's inevitably confirmed by Senate Republicans joining me now is Joe Coniston editor in chief of the national memo and author of man of the world the further endeavors of Bill Clinton back with me, Barbara mcquade and Elliot Williams. Thank you very much. I'm gonna come second. But I wanna start with Barbara Elliot on just the question of whether now William bar is going to have to answer some pretty pointed questions because his memo about obstruction not being possible because the president. Has the right to fire. The FBI director Elliott I'll start with you. Well, that's real different now because the FBI the New York Times story says that the obstruction is the collusion. Oh, absolutely. Look, let's start with a really really big point. There's a lot of chatter about the fact that bar was attorney general in confirmed once for attorney general before and that should take away a lot of the questions of his integrity and his fitness for the job just to make something clear having been attorney general or in any government position before doesn't entitle you to the position for life. And you need to be the American people deserve full and thorough vetting on all of the important questions in issues that might become before this individual, including whether whether he ought to be off to recuse himself or has compromised himself based on positions. He's taken with respect to the investigation. Now based on the reporting we've seen from the New York Times, a significant amount of time should be spent on his confirmation here in getting into these questions of you know, I would he take the advice. Ice of career officials at the Justice department, which predecessor did not as to whether to recuse with respect to the investigation. Would he? Would he commit to making any report public based on everything we know now? And so yes, this reporting from yesterday raises a number of significant questions that he needs to be able to answer and clear answers on otherwise he's just simply can't demonstrate merely having had the job twenty five years ago doesn't render him fit eternally. Yeah. Absolutely. And because Barbara the investigation of the counterintelligence investigation really now is about potentially Moscow ongoing influence over the sitting president of the United States. Here's a clip from this New York Times story that criminal and counterintelligence elements were coupled together into one investigation former lawn investment fourth officials said in interviews in recent weeks because if Mr. Trump had ousted the head of the FBI to impede or even end the rush investigation that was both a possible crime and a national security concern that leads me to ask. And I will ask you that six suggest to me that if Mr. Barwa, then becoming Torney general, and he were to fire Robert Muller at the behest of the white. House wouldn't that put him in jeopardy of being investigated for potentially a counterintelligence criminal probe? Well, possibly, but it would all come down to his intent. What was his purpose in doing? So if he did it for a legitimate reason, the no, but if he to doing it for some corrupt purpose to derail a counterintelligence investigation than certainly I think Elliott makes a really good point in saying that just because he had this job twenty five years ago. Doesn't mean he's qualified to do it today. And I would submit that in some ways, it may make them even less qualified because so much has changed in those twenty five years. I think this story demonstrates that hazards of offering an opinion when you don't know all of the facts, what has happened since nine eleven is congress. The Patriot Act has brought down the wall that previously existed between criminal investigations and counterintelligence and counter counter-terrorism investigations it used to be that those two things were kept completely separate. They are. Now shared that information shared because we wanna make sure that the FBI has the ability. To connect the dots. It's the phrase that they use so often..
"mr bar" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"When after the confirmation of the new attorney general Mr. bar, and I it's either that or even before that no he'll leave after the confirmation which will be early in early in February. There is some speculation that Rosenstein would not have left if he did not have total confidence. That Muller was essentially done. Right. No matter what happens Muller's good ago, although he may have even left because you've got William Barr who is very well respected. And he bar is going to be confirmed. I think unanimously because of his background, particularly the fact he plays a very mean. Bagpipe I talked about that earlier. He's a world class bagpipe player. I didn't know that. That's really a skill. He should actually when he comes in for being when he's sworn in by the president Kamar. In with his kilt. That'd be dick and killed and the bagpipe playing plays himself in the room. We should send him an Email. I think a tweeted it's better William bar. Just one is the guy and Rosenstein, just figures. Okay. The molar things wrapped up. I said I would do two years. Like could this really be all above board of totally? Okay. Totally. I think it is. I think he said he's gonna do to remember the fact that he's leaving. Now, he can monetize his position going work for lobbying firm. See I don't think rod Rosenstein wanted the job of overseeing the Buller investigation. It was all because Jeff Sessions recused himself. Totally totally right. Yes. He should have Jeff Sessions did the ethical thing. Of course, I pissed off the president. But Jeff session bailed out because he was he was in the campaign, and he can't investigate his involvement in the campaign, and therefore Rosenstein got the nod to oversee and he chose Muller, by the way, remember that. That was his choice. All right. Let's move on. Well, the LA USD teachers strike update looks like tomorrow. There will be a strike and LA metro and the museums are offering free entry for students..