18 Burst results for "Mr. Steele"

"mr. steele" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

03:02 min | 4 months ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Out there like Nebraska. They like states like Texas in Nebraska in Florida, And then these, these states that are they have the right values. But I worry about people moving to Nebraska and turning Nebraska into something. It shouldn't be. What can you do? Can you do anything to stop that? Yeah, well, we can't stop people from moving around the country. But I do think it's important your point. We've seen this happen in other states. You know when Californians flood California because of all the pound bad policies there and moved to Colorado, and they voted for the same politicians who passed the same sort of bad policies and are getting the same sort of results. And what we got to do is because this is why it's so important for us to get people energized. You know, we talked about 30 by 30 just a couple minutes ago. We have been organizing when I say we it's actually Nebraskans have been organizing town halls around the state. To get people educated on this issue and the town of Valentine, which has got about 1700 people 400 people showed up. I mean, that's the kind of energy is energy and activity. Activation we need is yet people energized around these issues and educated about it. And get them then two shots of the You know the voting booth when it comes to election time, So that's what we gotta do. This is how we resolve things by getting people turned out getting educated, giving to vote and make sure that we don't let people coming from other states. Dr. What's going on here in our state Governor Rick it's of Nebraska. Thank you so much for joining us today, so I appreciate you very much. My pleasure, Jesse. Thanks very much for having me on Mr Steele? Whatever. Oracle honey badger to the leftist while we have a new one, Chris. What and the whole Israel Palestine situation has been going on forever. I would like you to explain why Israel is our ally. I do need you to understand this. If I was in a position of power, I would absolutely create an alliance with Israel, and if Israel was ever attacked, I would deploy anything and everything I could to defend Israel solely based on the oppression of the Jews since forever. But how did the U s become an ally of Israel? Does it stem from w W to what do we gain from an alliance from Israel by questions were lengthy. And I don't expect you to read all this. You could pick and choose. You could say my name. His name is Ryan. Okay? Let's talk about Israel. Why we actually support Israel. Why is Israel and ally Does Israel help us? So on and so forth? We will unpack that. Next. Yeah. Why do you think All the green Berets I have on my show and Navy seals and Air Force PJ's and all these Super Ninja types. Why do you think those guys if you if you follow them at all, always talk.

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Former RNC chairman Michael Steele joins The Lincoln Project

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Former RNC chairman Michael Steele joins The Lincoln Project

"Meantime, the Lincoln Project has a new but very familiar face joining its ranks. It's Michael Steele, as you know. The political commentator is Maryland's former lieutenant governor and a past Republican committee chairman. Steel and the Lincoln Project are actively working to keep President Trump from being reelected To that point, Steele told MSNBC today that the Republican Party has decided it would rather be sycophantic than principled. And he says, in today's moment you want a certain kind of leader. And for Mr Steele. It's not Mr Trump. So far no response from the

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"mr. steele" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I get evil in her? Well. Say it again. Do you believe in good for good evil for evil. Look. What about killing rollers, all sorts of killing in the war I killed several people, but but senseless killing. The compensation for that you've asked a pretty complicated question of a pretty simple guy. The only thing that comes to my mind right now is what it says in the Bible an eye for an eye to for to. Spend? Or Sure I. Guess what I believe. Well. Does that answer your question? An eye for an eye. A tooth roots to command. The price asked by the only one who can ask. I'll pay. For I've learned that no event between two human beings can happen in the vacuum. We're all and mashed together through blood pulsing neck. One of us does violence to another. Does violence to himself. This price I'm glad to pay. I'm glad to die. There's no other way. Hello, Mr Steele's. Are you awake. In the hospitals, how do you.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And was puzzled by the fake outrage of Democrats arguing that oh my gosh you release a four page letter. And then Bob Muller, you put out a seventeen page summary, and you declined even though we have that seventeen page summary in front of us right now. Their argument comes down to you gave Donald Trump three week headstart on shipping. The narrative shaping their let me tell you. You can't shake this narrative. This narrative is what happened the narrative. There is no narrative when the facts are out and the special counsel report is out. There is a narrative being shaped in the New York Times this morning. A narrative about oh, don't worry the end specter. General reports coming out turns out they were spying on the campaign. Yes. Spying about the New York Times term. That's my term Roland Martin tried to give me yesterday on. Why would you call it spying on investigating? Well, you know role in the department of Justice and reviewing FIS warrants to the foreign intelligence surveillance court application for wards that would go into attorney General Smith, and then attorney general Meese for their final review and signature, I called it. The spy court. What did you call it? And he didn't respond course has no idea what he's talking about when it comes to foreign intelligence failings court actually, do and it spying, and so we are talking about spying here. And this is going to melt down a lot of careers, Kim strassel is absolutely right. And I encourage you again. Go to the Wall Street Journal or just put S T R A S S E L and William bar, and you will get her column today for fear of William bar, right? That's what you will find for fear of embar. The only thing I layer that an angry Washington is a fearful Washington fears. What's driving this week blitzkrieg of attorney general William bar? Do not underestimate how many powerful people in Washington have something to lose Mr. bars probe Kim rights among them former and current leaders of the law enforcement and intelligence communities, the Democratic Party poobah who paid a foreign national Mr. Steele to collect information from the Russian and deliver it to the FBI that government officials who used their positions to target a presidential campaign, the leakers the media more than reputations are at risk. Revelations could lead to lawsuits formal disciplinary action lost jobs even criminal prosecution. He's a real attorney generally doing real things, and there's going to be real consequences for the people who. Tempted AKU and I mean, a real honest to goodness insurance policy talking coup from those folks at the handful of FBI not the FBI in most of the FBI agents that I've heard from indirectly. I don't wanna miss late this. I know one guy is married to an FBI agent has been telling me a lot. And they are on the record about what what's going on here there. I g report is going to slam everyone. And when it slammed everyone they're trying to defuse it by throwing up smoking. Does it's not gonna work because we have got not just me not just Mike Gallagher. Not just Dennis Prager. Not just said Gorka. Not just Larry elder. We have got rush, and Sean and the great one, Mark Levin. And we all talk about this. And we all know what happened and people like Levin, and especially lawyers worked at the department of Justice know, what the five thing is. We all know what happened here, and it is going to be there's going to be able to pay their just is. I wanna thank Carey. You are amazing Kerry. Thank you six feet of sunshine, just gave Kerri Walsh Jennings. Just gave two hundred dollars. I think to angel tree. She three tweeted it two hundred dollars cents a child his mom or dad is incarcerated her both to camp for week. Thank you angel tree. Please sponsor one of these kids and carry wall. Shannon has quite a great following that will travel..

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"mr. steele" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You know, I have admired Shelby still for very very long time. Read his books. I've read his columns. Never met him until he came on my program on life, liberty and Lynn on FOX before the show during the show after what a wonderful gentleman what a truly thoughtful human being. And he is a scholar and author is at the Hoover Institution among other things. Mr steele. How are you my friend? I'm doing very well. Oh, well, here that all of a sudden reparations are back. I mean, maybe they never went away. But they're back in a big way. Democrats outbidding Democrats. Why don't you tell the audience? What you think about this? Well, you know, I think the Democratic Party is looking for votes in the minority community. And that's you know, as you say the issue of reparations is always there. But at the moment, we're we're beginning a long campaign season. And so people are placing themselves on the far left and reparations is one of those sort of litmus tests for for the minority vote. Would this even work? I don't even know how this would work that would it work. I think it is the whole discussion of reparations is symptomatic of the fact that I'm I speak as a black American. We come from people who for centuries had no freedom. We know said in the sixties began to really get the real thing real freedom. But we have no cultural history of dealing with it. It is an is challenging and it is frightening. And we are we get confused signals from the society around us. And we don't know we. Well, okay. Maybe reparations will do it will close that inequality gap. And so it's a symptom of where we're at historically that we look, and of course, the ironies reparations are prolific you basically arguing to sustain a white supremacy in black deep pendency, we can't make it less less America gives us some sort of reparation, but what it did in the past. So once again, we're in that position of of the dependence. Well, white America is in the position of being superior. So it's a continuation of the past rather than a breaking away from it. My own personal feeling is don't even try to give me reparations. My grandfather Jomon named Nelson steel was actually born in. Slavery. My father was was born in the nineteenth century, and he was obviously a late late child. But I have a direct connection. What are you going to do give me twenty thousand dollars? Maybe you'll give me a hundred thousand dollars is that gonna pay off what Nelson steel had to go through is that going to is that going to take black people at this point and just send a zooming up into a quality. He won't do a damn thing. Do any of those things except humiliate in demeanor. What happened to happen to us? We need to take it and make make ourselves stronger. More independent more self reliance. We should we should what I want to see is a movement that rejects reparations in the name of dignity. That's how you get ahead. You respect yourself. If you want other people respect, you respect yourself first. Regions is obviously a corruption of all that. And yet. Emotionally. Even for some liberal white people emotionally. It sounds good. Doesn't it? It sounds like it's looking at the world through the idea of Justice that oh my goodness. These people really did. In fact, suffer and the truth. Of course, is that they did. And so just just seems to be the simplest of logic to then say, well, we we should make that good. Here's a real cold news flesh. You can never make it. Good. It happened. You can do whatever you wanna do Justice is impossible. It's not a possibility. It would be nice. If it was we'd all we could easily then solve the problem. But we got you could look at the last sixty years of government social programs that were directed toward the black community as reparations what did they do made us? Weaker more dependent farther behind whites today than than we were before we have to break, the psychological dependence. The idea that the freedom is is somebody else lifting up. Won't work that way is guaranteed. It won't work that way. So it's it's it's understandable. It's absolutely understandable. But it's also impossible. Do you think we're going to be able to have a rational discussion about this? Are we just going to get into a bidding war now? I don't think we've we haven't had many Reginald discussions recently on on many subjects. I I'm sure we probably won't have a very productive one on reparations. It said need to see so many young blacks and college age and thereabouts black lives matter that that that's sort of age group. It sends me to see them looking in this way because it means looking backward. This still in the grip of of an all of the old grudge this still controlled by own resentments that cut them off from their own talent energies their own sense of hopefulness. And you know, they that's that's what then of course, redounds to to negative negative impact on black Americans. We we can't access. So was so upset about history. We can't access what we can do. Now. Now is is is the whole thing. The whole game what you are free. Now. We are absolutely free. And we were also absolutely oppressed. That's a that's a a strange existentialist fate. But it's our fate. It wasn't anything. We can do about it or anything. Anybody else can do about it. Leave it alone move on. And yet in our colleges and universities these on it. Make hay out of it. Make careers out of it everybody. Everybody makes money on certainly on the left out of the color black associated with the words, victimization. If you're running that, then you then there is this sort of this kind of theme that the victims -ation again has to be paid off. We have to have Justice. We it's kind of vicious cycle keeps blacks dependence mixed weights feel guilty all the time and deeply deeply divided as a people. Shelby steele. I have to go. I can't thank you enough. We really really appreciate any rotas last great book is called shame, and we will link to God bless you. Beautiful little puppy, walk around the block and neighbors, always say her hair. So beautiful. Shiny and glossy V. I T.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:31 min | 2 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Occasions? He met with Mr. Steele wise, wife, fusion, GPS, I've read that the ward certification against Carter page on four different occasions, certifies that the dossier which was the main source of the war was reliable. Would you look into see whether or not that was an accurate statement? And hold people accountable. If it was not, yes. Mr chairman. All right. That was from the hearings earlier today. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number every time we talk about abuse Fiso warrants using Clinton's unverified uncorroborated bought and paid for with funneled money through a law firm into an op research firm into Christopher Steele uses dubious Russian contacts and many of these issues in his dossier. Ben debunk. Well, we got to go to the guy that was being investigated, and that's Carter page now as you watched as I'm watching very closely and tonight on Hannity, we're gonna lay out who are the people that the new attorney general needs to investigate and for what? And at the top of the list has to be everybody that signed off on a dossier. So they could spy on you for a year. Without probable cause. Without verifying the information they were presenting to the court purposely, withholding from the court, Hillary Clinton paid for it and the DNC paid for all this. So as you're watching this where do you stand? Sean, it's been incredible. Watching this today, you know, soon to be attorney general bar. He's just it reminds me of my time in the navy where you have a captain, you know, some captains were so so others Jeff's have great control of the vessel and just really incredible competence. And you know, throughout his hearing today, you got a sense of that. And you compare that to exactly as you're alluding to this people that are basically rogues on a rowboat out in the middle of a a swamp somewhere. I mean, this is just complete night and day between what we've seen previously in what we have in store. So I think that clip with chairman Graham is great very promising. And I think there's a great things ahead. So really excited. Now, let's talk about your very specific experience. I mean, we keep hearing that maybe the Muller investigation is is wrapping up. We know there's an ongoing. Investigation into Fiso abused by the inspector general of the DOJ, Michael Horowitz. I don't think anybody has a clue what this guy from Utah's doing John Huber. We haven't heard from him. But he supposedly, you know, looking into a lot of these matters. So from your vantage point, you know, I guess the has have you been before Muller's team yet? Well, I typically I don't talk about those things, Sean. But it's it's sure enough, you know, as as you talked about last night on your on your shows, the, you know, the New York Times it was leaked to the New York Times that I spoke with him. And I won't deny the information. That's been leaked so yes, I I've spoken with him. And and how many times will you brought before him. Well, it was again, you know, there was reported last November and December. So it was right around that time and sorry November twenty seventeen so over a year. So a long time ago. Okay. And did they ever have any follow up with you on that? Is anyone ever? Was there any threat to you or your did your lawyers at any point that you are a target of this investigation? And what is it that they obtained having surveilled you illegally for over a year? I think I think what they obtain Sean is a huge embarrassment. And I think you know, now that we have a solid captain at the on the bridge of this ship. It's I think things are about to get turn. Why are you so confident that the new attorney general will be that person? Well, I just think he is just tremendous experience. And also, just you know, just listening to him today and also reading some of his prior legal work. I've been studying the law over recent months and years, and you know, just reading some of his work. He's just a really solid season player so very excited. Now, part of what you did in as your work life caused you to travel to Russia and places like that. Correct. Yeah. Yeah. And the government knew every time you were going to a place like Russia is a hostile regime. Vladimir Putin is a hostile actor. You don't deny that. Right. I again things that have been leaked which I can only confirm how long did you live in Russia considering that's everybody's fixation and focus how long did you live there? I was there three years two thousand four to two thousand seven and you were you're a professor at your lecturer. No, no. I I actually I was the. Mean another guy open Merrill, Lynch's office there in two thousand four. So it was a fast growth market and Merrill, actually closed down their office in nineteen ninety eight when the emerging market financial crisis. And I mean, another guy went over to open it back up, and it was a booming market in two thousand four and ended up living there for three years after that. Okay. Now when you go into a place like Russia or China is it something that you would inform the government because you would work with government agencies. I'll put it that way. But in the past correct, they knew you. Well, I again, I'm a I'm a US navy veteran, myself and. A very obscure today. I don't know why you've seen it at you seem to a buttoned up here you at work. You have worked hand in hand when you would travel to what we would consider hostile regimes meaning hostile towards the United States. It was a general practice of yours that you made the government aware of your travel plans. And when you would return oftentimes, you would sit with very important people and talk to them and voluntarily give them information. I think that's a fair fair characterization. Yes. And why were they so interested in the trips just because you're going there? They understood this was how you're making your living. Right. Yes. Yep. Was there any and was there at any time at any hostility? Did they seem to appreciate the fact that you are willing to talk to them and give them information. Always very cordial. Discussions. Absolutely. What was different about this time? And what what do you think the rationale? And the reason was behind, you know, Hillary Clinton's bought and paid for unverified dossier and a whole fraud committed on a Pfizer court to obtain warrants. So they can surveilled you. I believe it's a slam dunk case of your rights being violated illegally. Especially when you had when you got back from Russia. How soon thereafter had you spoken to. Let's just say people associated with our government that would be interested in the information. You had. You know, it's it's been a while, Sean, I can't remember precisely. But you know, it's were you there three consecutive years without coming home. No, no. I was I I've always been sort of back and forth. Yeah. But you lived there for three years that was your resume. Yes. Now when you would come back home. Would it be regular practice to talk to these people? Absolutely. And you know, I actually lived right next door to the US embassy. I lived in a one of these big Stalin skyscrapers, right on coudron skyscraper square there. Right next to the US embassy in Moscow. And so it worked out in the gym. They're pretty much every day. All you always assume because you're an American that you were being surveilled in your time there. Yeah. Absolutely. Again, there's I've got nothing to hide so nothing to worry about. Yeah. Well, I it's really not my question. I mean, in other words, did you when you were in Russia? Did you assume the Russians were likely surveilling, you sure you did? Yeah. Yeah. So you like your whole life has been surveilled, you you you have lived your life. When did you first get win that you might be surveilled after the FIS a warrant was issued? Well, actually, I think it was the the journalists slasher blogger Lewis Mench. She had a piece, you know, about a week or so before the election, and you know, she started talking about that that then the same there might be some FIS of warrants out there. So so you got windows and did that change your behavior in any way? Or no. Absolutely not no not saying. All right. So then no, no concern. Yeah. So so you're now moving forward with a series of lawsuits. Correct. Yes. Yes. And who would they be against? Well, I think later this week the DNC Perkins coup and a couple of their partners. They up another court filing in about Christopher Steele against them. Well, they hired you know, they were the masters of you know, there's a master and servant relationship. Right. They were the overall masters paying for and managing him. So why wouldn't you? Why wouldn't you sue why wouldn't you sue the Clintons considering they they're the ones that initiated this dossier that became the bulk of information presented to the Pfizer court to survey illegally? Why don't why wouldn't you sue them? Well, actually, it was it it came out in a letter from Perkins Cooley in October of twenty seventeen that Perkins Cooley was representing both of them. And since DNC is more of a going concern, you know Clinton campaign is sort of gone by the wayside here. DNC? Okay. I mean, you wouldn't sue for example, everybody that signed onto the Fiso warrants. And and that would be like Sally Yates, James Komi, rod Rosenstein, everybody else. Sean the way I I look at the world. Is you re remember this Clapper Komi Brennan? Intel report that was just was really negative towards the Trump transition team lack in January of twenty seventeen and they split the world into two different pieces. One is sort of government propaganda. And the other is hacking. My current lawsuits are about the government propaganda. Right. And so I, you know, the broadcasting board of governors, which is a agency of the US government was working alongside Yahoo to put out this fake news before the election. You know, let me ask violation of US LA. So this is my first lawsuit. We'll see about hacking. I think similarly the fact is everybody Russians, but but we have certain fourth amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure. There are laws against committing a fraud before the Pfizer court. I would think all of those people should be a target of a lawsuit. Let me ask you this one. We now have Lisa page is testimony. At which was released yesterday. And she talks about she reference. Steals handler and said when the when the first when when the first FBI receives the reports that are known as the dossier from the FBI agent who was Christopher Steele handler. This was in September two thousand sixteen now that becomes the bulk of information that they use to surveil you. We do not know who we do. Not know why these reports have been generated, and it says she goes on steals handler is most certainly Michael Gedo ETA. Do you know Michael gator? I don't believe I've crossed paths with him. But yeah, I've I've read the reports and is the head of the FBI's Eurasian crime squad. And I gotta take a quick break. We'll come back to your phone calls in the next half hour all of us here on the Sean Hannity show. We love love love, the Dollar Shave Club. And by that you don't pay to be a member. Even though it's a club. It's a free club. You don't pay for anything. Except the items you by now, they sell every single item you need to look feel and smell your best. 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"mr. steele" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"It's too early to tell mr steele had three pews to cooperate with the senate intelligence committee that we've not been able to interview him it will have to be up muller who gets to the bottom of some of the allegations in the report that mr steele comply you don't think you'll be able to down to take it's going to take the special counsel seoul bility to do so i know bed to it is does raise questions about those sources of the information that mr steele relied upon because they were kremlin sources and we know that the russians wanted to so the seeds subdivision in our country is information in every level exact and does robert muller need protection from the senate i think that it would not heard if we pass legislation twos send a message to the white house that we want the investigation to continue but the fact is that the president it's never going to sign that legislation and there are some legitimate constitutional concerns about but having the discussion in congress helped send a very strong message that we do not want mister muller's investigation interfered with in any way i think you're you're you're certainly right the president would not sign that legislation so are there other steps the senate could take to protect the integrity of the investigation well i think it's important to know bed even have somehow mr muller were fired and remember only the deputy attorney general can fire him and that the investigation is still going to go on so it would not spell the in.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"Fooled forbes they blame me i blame i don't even know why to roll everybody blames you the only one that does not rely strategic marketing everybody out why on marketing what do we have next what's what's next it's guys that's a real job worry word doc doc doc it well do you want to get into trey songz oh he set me up know somebody on twitter already said it sent me is he his mr steele on your girl or not mr steele on your girl i get it but i don't i don't wanna get it still on fucking terrible hey hey that you need to need to clarify foot a record and let me say the trae songs is a friend of the show number one and i'm only making these jokes or repeating these jokes that i read because i do not believe the trae songs assaulted anybody let me let me be clear i don't want people to insensitive to victims of abuse because i am not but as a gentleman who is unfortunately been caught in at least three of those situations where you're gonna use quandary no but that's good yeah when i use a word like that killed him clown so i'm trying to them fucking jerk anyway well that's just what are you talking about oh yeah unfortunately i've been in that we're yet john don't believe is you know bridget knows nothing absolute but no i don't i don't know was accused of stealing on a girl.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"In great britain for libel somebody mentioned in the dossier sued him in british court and in the response to the lawsuit he admitted in british cord that he had talked to media outlets in september twenty sixteen about the dossier the fbi told the fiso court all through twenty sixteen september october november that mr steele had no context at all with the media when it comes to shopping around the dossier so we have a fouling in british cord where lawyer for mr steele missed talking to the american media worldwide media in september at the same time of twenty sixteen the fbi was using him as a confidential informant somebody needs to look and see whether or not who's lying to we'll give him the tools to do it because they cannot be counted on to investigate themselves i mean it's kind of commonsense if you do something wrong you don't have the fox guarding the chick so so what are we investigating here the number four person department justice bruce ores wife worked for fusion gps he had dozens of context mr steele the informant the fbi was using on the payroll of the democratic party there's no way in the world he should have interactive with mr steele costs his wife work for the same organization so somebody other than the people in charge today needs to look at what they did yesterday do you think andrew mackay grand making sense and you know i think to me because he he doesn't he seems to make sense when he's not drunk.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I don't know what i like better the line mr steele yo democracy or the confidence you haven't delivering it and then you're like shoulders back we're pleased with yourself i dropped my pen for some reason mr steele yo democracy levitt really excellent line at lebatardshow put them on the poll so let's make this a democracy because the uprising has been successful guarumos called for democracy how do you want to word these should will cain and should that one be allowed to advance yes or no yes should the actual winner of the game be allowed to advance hashtag democracy how about this should we follow the actual rules or do you want to give into dan being a baby quiet put them all up there put them all up there and see what comes back i don't care how you guys word it word however you wanna word it because this is going to be very confusing because if you put up should dan be allowed to just take the tournament and declare whatever winters he wants that's coming back one hundred percent now correct well it's coming back one hundred percent but that's pretty close ninety eight is the best way to word it or should we just word at all the different ways and see what comes back i would put it a bunch of different ways give people some options here so we've got mississippi state here number four mississippi state is represented by jim harbaugh looks like the little league baseball coach who rips line drives at five euros during infield practice nails got us down your toes when the ball breaks the third basements knows.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Mr steele yo democracy or the confidence you add in delivering it and then you're like shoulders backward pleased with yourself i dropped my pen for some reason mr steele yo democracy all right levin really excellent line at lebatardshow put them on the poll so let's make this a democracy because the uprising has been successful gamblers called for democracy how do you want to word these should will cain and should that one be allowed to advance yes or no yes should the actual winner of the game be allowed to advance hashtag democracy how about this should we follow the actual rules or do you wanna give into dan being a baby i don't put them all up there put them all up there and see what comes back i don't care how you guys word it word however you wanna word it because this is going to be very confusing because if you put up should dan be allowed to just take the tournament and declare whatever winters he wants that's coming back a hundred percent now correct well nothing's coming back one hundred percent but that's pretty close ninety eight i what is the best way to word it or should we just word it all the different ways and see what comes back i would put it a a bunch of different ways give people some options here so we've got mississippi state here number four mississippi state is represented by jim harbaugh looks like the little league baseball coach who rips line drives at five zero during infield practice neil's got us down your toes when the ball breaks third basements knows.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"You know i'm really glad i go to stay my neighborhood i gained so much more than that i i was surrounded all along by these amazing people in our net a new and a member another one of the women took his german women the narain said to me she grown up in a village in turkey and when she grown up in that village sheet learn the she called time whole village right that was what you call time as she came to the west as she learned the what you meant to call hi mr steele fools and and and then this whole practice began she got to know everyone and she thought the whole of cotti is our home again and she said to me that she realized in some sense she had been harmless the whole punchy living in the west right the whit in some sense we are harmless a sense we need to fill we belong in essence of home is not big enough to meet in that sense of belonging is wonderful bosnian writer called alexander heyman he said home is where people notice when you're not there an and i realize how how keatley lonely and homeless we are in our culture many of us and and how it's just below the surface this different way be it didn't take much for those people at cotti to to be raining moved by what was by what was happening at an extract me how powerfully they didn't need to be drugged they needed to be together right that that that the problems that seem insoluble when you are alone and you are broken up and you are fragmented becomes soluble when we are united we are together right nouria was suicidal and tokai was shot away an electoral padded south that will loads of people at cotti who had really deep problems when they were added group it a try the people watching out for them those problems could be solved they could it be solved when they were isolated and alone deep to know what i mean i i know exactly what you mean an end it seems like these came together very organically that are at least that gather.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Last alikhan baltimore mr steele go fostering ring a bell baltimore he's officially kicked out big house it back in the fields of the rest of us jacob ooze might as well a torch in bern based down but keep in aerial still has been approached on and i got into conservatism system file against what primaries and fahd is as back in 2010 moon he talked for the last and they gave him no credit for the victory by the way no credit for that who led a tower people dial bomb was unstoppable i talk to the last five years of out a party blocked of known to kinda outreach he wanted to do in a her even though he was technically the boss i made it i watched way too much msnbc yasser took him at his face where it values and as were like many black a women concert as he ataus did occur once the new age digs crash no longer needed him there's a reason why j c watts alec he's eight working at wasps deal is on msnbc hanging out with joy re sorry for the longest email but damn on her every version of this over the weekend cabot done a phnom an off jada iraq really do agree with a lot of what you said carr's steals always in a tragic figure to me because he is he is what republicans say they want the black people that are republican to do and be over there come on and i don't mean ah in any pejorative way he is to the ally if you take him at his word he is the lipservice day paid a black and he is we can reach out to the community the if the black it black people understood out values they will vote for us if they knew of this then an enigma ended a day.

"mr. steele" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Could there be some problems in some issues that at the margins of course we would i would never say without seeing information evidence that there isn't the second thing is that the whole contention that nunez's making here the really only i think core piece of this is this allegation that it wasn't disclosed that the essentially fusion gps and the democratic party but there are two things one is it's been challenged by other members of the committee today but to there's a really important piece of the memo where that actual paragraph says that there was information provided that an unknown name person steel was working for somebody else as a matter of while the key question is that they are telling the judge fits steel was being paid so he is not you know he that he doesn't come in as a good samaritan who's walked off the street to say hey i have information he is a financial interest and he's being paid by someone it would be really interesting for all of us to know who that named person is it's very likely someone who might actually be recognizable as associated with either the democratic or republican party's who paid for the dossier but regardless that that's a really really i think critical piece that his loss in this conversation again i don't suspect that the dossier was really the core piece of the fis but even if that's their argument we've already got evidence that the judge was fully informed that there was a payment that was made uh to mr steele the only other thing i'd say on this which i think is also important is that steel himself never had primary information so he always had sources so if you think about the dossier or the conversations he would have with the fbi it was never him saying i spoke to carter page or i spoke to a russian he's saying i spoke to somebody else who spoke to someone and to get into a fis everything that goes in there has to be independently verified so there has to be independent evidence of it so if you and i were sitting as fbi agents we would go in if if you know steele says i spoke to axe we would go talk to x y or to somebody else.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Question and when did you engage mr steele to conduct opposition research on kennedy trump answer i don't specifically recall but it would have been mayor june 2016 question and why did you engage mr steele in may or june of 2016 answer we had done an enormous amount of work on trump generally at this point in the project and we begin to drill down at specific areas is not the only subcontractor we engaged other parts of the world required other people for example we were interested in the fact that the trump family was selling merchandise under the trump brand in the us that was made in sweatshops in asia and south america so we needed somebody else for that there were other things we were not totally focused on russia at the time we've done a lot of reading and research when we were drilling down on specific areas scotland was another one what happens when you get to this point in an investigation when you've gathered all of the public record information and you've begun to exhaust you're opensource material you tend to find specialist who can take you further into a subject i had known christopher steel since i left the wall street journal he was the leading russian est at mi six prior to leaving the government than an extremely well regarded investigator i would say that is broadly why i asked him to see what he could find out about donald trump's business activities in russia question so in may or june 2016 you hired steel to find out what he could about trump's business activities in russia did something in particular trigger that assignment answer no i don't think i could point to something in particular as a trigger i mean the basis but the request was he made a number of trips to russia and it talked about doing the number of business deals but he never did one and that struck me as a little bit odd and calling for an explanation we didn't know it was opaque what donald trump had been doing on these business trips to russia we didn't know what he was doing there so we gave chris a sort of assignment we said see if he can find out with donald trump has been doing on these trips to russia.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"About mr steele is integrity the i don't know mr steele all i can tell you is what i've seen in the classified fao mr steele was on the payroll of fusion gps who is being paid by the democratic party to do opposition research on donald trump that while he was working with the fbi he was shopping this dossier all over the world that's not word informant should do i don't want lindsey graham to make these decisions i want a special council to look at not only how mr steele conducted himself with the fbi did with the dossier whether mr or whose wife work for fusion gps alongside mr steele what in bob did he have in the dossier and i want to find out if the lead investigator of the clinton email investigation had a political bias against trump for clinton to the point that it was a sham investigation i don't know all these things but i can tell you somebody needs to look if you believe robert muller should be looking at the trump campaign count me in but he few ignore all this stuff you're blind how mr steele's not an american citizen you want him to ask you want him extradited he was asked to appear before our committee come in and tell us what you did in a public filing in england he was sued for libel based on the dossier he said in response to the lawsuit that he didn't get the document the buzzfeed but he did give it to journalists throughout the world talked about the contents of the dossier mr kami told president trump here's this dossier is unverified i don't they can inform it for the fbi should be taking the product and shopping and around a journalist throughout the world the system doesn't work that way let somebody other than senator graham look at this i thank mr or headache conflict of interest if he were for mr steele goes his wife were what mr steele and this fbi agent that mr moeller fired the way he conducted the clinton email investigation should scare us all it could be trump today you tomorrow so the fbi needs to play by the rules do i support mr mollar but somebody needs to look at the department of justice senator you're painting.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Eight hundred office now now wanna know did this fbi agent bill like he had to take the law in his own hands and prayed an insurance policy against an outcome of election he narrow blocked do you think it was a political bias how do you know it wasn't something that he had found in his investigation i want to know what the insurance policy was he was fired by mr muller correctly but i don't think the department of justice can investigate themselves missed or the number four guy the department of justice why work for fusion gps the group that produced the dossier mr or interact with mr steele if he did this a conflict of interest during the time that mr steele was being an informant for the fbi we now know he was shopping the dossier out journalist outlets all over the world which is inconsistent in my view would be in a reliable informant there's a bunch of stuff about the department of justice how they conducted them sales that need to be looked at just as much as trump needs to be looked at now i'm going to insist their special counsel look at these things let me ask you though two time mr steele with the word criminal unnerved folks at our friends and allies of yours here's mark falter longtime aide to senator mccain he writes to you on twitter he writes this from all credible accounts steel as a solid guy who was so worried that america's enemy putin had compromising info on trump that he exposed himself to risk to bring it to the attention of us law enforcement that's the end of an ally not a criminal and any directs that comment to you what would you say to mr solter.

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"mr. steele" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"mr. steele" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"I'd already know at mold because we're wittman the judges rooted which fill that take place next thursday morning at the early and that we will be there for that you know but uh it's very interesting because our trial led the trial judge judge bridge let it down quite clearly to the jury that the which cross perjury on one side of the other uh added that the six devos for telling lies on a conspired each other to fabricate added against the police on at the police for catalyze amber involvement agron conspiracy to pervert the course of justice against us and fact it the court today has more avenues to prove that we are innocent and up we were freeomd and the evidence against us was falsified nominee ever have to put us in prison and then king 75 mr new have you removed two returned any kind of a normal lives since you release no uh not really you know no and this is going the course we had little help to do so later and we put all night into straight this decision by the judges and going to help you to return to normal life is this is going to be hanging over your head well yes because that we have more than enough evidence we have on the bundles of that was approved up were innocent yet but not allowed to win two courtnamed prove it no i will be quite willing to go to corporate via the place i fear from trust after all the we've been through and clothing these jurors yet the people who represent the system on the system chevron up prepared to go into cordoned and trump pistole fifth jewelry what do you think of the system tonight mr steele the system over here is rotten at his evil corrupt and perverted they haven't got the talent is a most important of all they haven't got the honestly dispelled will justice nevermind dispenser.

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