35 Burst results for "Mueller"

Glenn Kirschner: Jack Smith Is Exactly the Person We Need on Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:18 min | 6 d ago

Glenn Kirschner: Jack Smith Is Exactly the Person We Need on Trump

"You said special counsel Jack Smith Thanksgiving Day court filing that destroys Trump's lawyers legal arguments. It seems like people are pretty heartened by the speed that Jack Smith appears to be moving at. What do you think? Yeah, Jack is a real without fear or favor kind of prosecutor. I didn't know him personally, but some of the folks that were in my homicide section ended up leaving the D.C. U.S. attorney's office and working for Jack when he was the head of public integrity at the Department of Justice. And I'll tell you that now we have a little bit of hero fatigue, right? Because we thought bob Mueller was going to bring it home and Bill Barr basically blocked him and lied about his report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to bring it home. I will say now having seen Merrick Garland operate over the last year and a half. He's a very good man, but he seems to have lost his prosecutorial instincts and he's behaving more like a judge, which is not what we need out of our attorney general at this moment in history. But what I've been told about Jack Smith is, listen, he's fearless. He will take politically charged cases that are difficult to prove. He has prosecuted Republican politicians and Democrats. And he's not afraid to lose. He's going to do the right thing. And that's precisely the kind of person we need heading up the Trump cases at this point.

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Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith

"So let's get to the big question. Because we've been flailing without you as you know. Ever since the appointment of Jack Smith, who apparently is not the guy in the matrix, he puts on sunglasses. I think he is. But no, it's a different guy. Different guy. Okay. But Glenn, I think it was Barbara mcquaid, I saw on TV first that said, you know, the Justice Department wouldn't be doing a special prosecutor if they weren't going to indict. If they were going to decline. So, you know, and then everyone from tally nostalgia was like, this is no Jill wine banks initially said this is a waste of time and money. And you and I have been obviously impatient for justice for a long time and my first thought is, why isn't an indictment? Why is it, you know, yet another step. But, you know, it takes me a second to calm down. But just a little. But I think we all have Mueller fatigue, right? We think, oh God, are we starting all over again, blah, blah, blah. And a lot of people have pointed out how Lawrence tribe and others that they think this will speed it up and not slow it down. Dying to get your take on it because I do get that it's different a bill Barr's not in charge, it's not Trump's Justice Department. He is not starting from scratch, but give us your whole overview on this. Yes, Steph, I wish we had an hour. There's so much to unpack. And we do have, we have superhero fatigue. We thought bob Mueller was going to come in and take Trump out. His report did take Trump out the problem is Congress and the Department of Justice didn't act on the crimes that bob Mueller documented in volume two of the Trump Russia report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to come in and do what was necessary. It turns out in hindsight, Merrick Garland turned out to be too much judge and not enough prosecutors. So I am not prepared to say Jack Smith is galloping in on the white horse and he's going to take care of all this. However, first thing I did was I talked to all my Friends and former colleagues who worked with or for Jack Smith. I don't know Jack personally, to a person, they can not speak highly enough of his determination to hold criminal politicians accountable. Without regard to politics or criticism or fear of failure, here's why I really like the appointment of Jack Smith. We can do an autopsy on whether Merrick Garland should have appointed a special counsel. There are good arguments on both sides, but I think the bottom at the bottom of it all wants Trump announced he was a candidate. Let's face it, Merrick Garland is Joe Biden's attorney general. So to have Joe Biden's attorney general going after Joe Biden's only announced political opponent in the 2024 election, I believe, left Merrick Garland, no other choice but to appoint a special counsel.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Will the FBI Stop Interfering in Elections?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Will the FBI Stop Interfering in Elections?

"Congressman Jordan asked a very, very important question yesterday. The FBI going to quit interfering with elections. 2016, they spied on president Trump's campaign 2018. It was the Mueller investigation 2020. They suppressed information about the Hunter Biden story 2022. They're rated the president's home 91 days before an election. Maybe it'd be nice if the FBI and the Justice Department just stayed out of it, let me the people decide who we think should represent us who we think should lead us. That's supposed to be how America works. So this is the focus on the judiciary committee, the political nature of the Justice Department, and the linkage now to what was happening with the Hunter Biden story. Again, just 15 days before we have presidential election. Now, this tremendous congressman asks maybe one of the most important questions of our lifetime. Why can't we let the people decide who will govern us? And lead us.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Accountability Is Coming

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Accountability Is Coming

"Congressman Jim Jordan, the fiery feisty warrior from Ohio. Who is whip smart he's like a dog with a bone and moments ago on Capitol Hill, here was congressman Jim Jordan, part of the newly Republican controlled House of Representatives oversight saying there's going to be an accountability coming because a new sheriff in town. We're going to try to help represent comer and the team here at oversight with our work on judiciary, but with a specific focus on what the FBI was doing. When we know these 51 former Intel officials, they got security clearance. How often are they talking to the FBI? Are they talking to the FBI? Who's doing the talk? And who's doing the briefing? Were they brief, there's so many questions that need answers so we can get to the bottom of this. And the final thing I would say is this. A colleague of mine said this in a committee hearing a few weeks ago. Mister Gates, he said, what is the FBI going to quit interfering with elections? 2016, they spied on president Trump's campaign 2018. It was the Mueller investigation 2020. They suppressed information about the Hunter Biden story 2022. They're rated the president's home 91 days before an election. Maybe it'd be nice if the FBI the Justice Department just stayed out of it, let me the people decide who we think should represent us who we think should lead us. That's supposed to be how America works. So this is the focus on the judiciary committee, the political nature of the Justice Department, and the linkage now to what was happening with the Hunter Biden story. Again, just 15 days before we have presidential election.

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"mueller" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

05:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"mueller" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"Sup everybody, this is Carrick with ACG. What follows is a detailed interview with Joshua Davidson and Brandon Mueller from gearbox. We talk about audio, everything that is included in the creation of audio for video games. You guys know, this is a huge deal to me, so I implore that you sit down and just watch a little bit of it. We get to talk about games. We go off the beaten path a little bit, but back onto it. And just talk about their experiences. What they use, the tools that they use, and their general love for video games. And audio and video games, which I think is incredibly important. Important enough that this is going on to YouTube as well as Spotify and all of the other places where the audio part of the podcast will go. But I wanted to put this on YouTube to give them a shout out. I've known Joshua for ages and he's always been one of the people who really does champion the coverage of video game audio, whether it be music, whether it be sound effects, whether it be environmentals. And be able to meet him, sit down, talk about this as well as Brandon has been an absolute pleasure of mine. So again, what follows is a detailed discussion about video game audio. Sup, everybody, this is Carrick with ACG, and I'm here with Johnny, the notorious big J, thank you for showing up, Johnny. I appreciate it. As well as Joshua Davidson and Brandon Mueller for a podcast about music, sound, maybe some maybe some discussion about their work on borderlands and wonderlands, those kind of things. We're going to just sit back, we're going to talk about games. We are going to talk about current events as well. Shout out to Batman's voice actor who passed away today. Did you guys see that? Yeah. Yeah. And you know who else passed away today? Gallagher. Are you kidding me? Yeah. I just saw that right before the podcast. Dude 2022 is a bitch. It won't let up. It won't let, I mean, the amount of awesome people who've died in 2022 has like shocked me. Johnny went blurry. Completely blurry just to show respect. Johnny's like, dude, we should all go blurry just for just respect. But these guys are awesome. I've had Josh on already once or twice as well as it was Brian, I think we have Brian Brian was with me last time, yeah. Yeah, Ghostbusters Brian. And it was at the before times. Yeah, it was before times. And we got to talk about game audio, which is something big to me.

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How Is President Trump Doing? He Tells Us

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

How Is President Trump Doing? He Tells Us

"I did a list on our newsmax show on everything they've tried to do to you from the Billy Bush tapes to impeachment one impeachment to the Mueller probe, the January 6th committee, letitia James and so forth. I know we have 3 million listeners plus our viewers. They are concerned for you for the former First Lady Melania. How are you doing sir and talk to us about the latest developments in Nancy's witch hunt? So I think it's, I think we're doing very well. People do say, how do you do this? How do you do it? Like we have Peekaboo James, you know, the attorney general, New York, who's controlled by Washington. But Peekaboo James comes out with I built this great company, and they said, took advantage of banks. I didn't take advantage. The banks were never missed a day of interest. My company has very little debt. It has tremendous cash. It's got a tremendous amount of cash. I built a great company. Some of the best assets in the world real estate assets in the world. And I got to go through this with this corrupt attorney general who, by the way, is so weak on crime that New York City sets records in New York State records on murders and all and drugs. I mean, the drugs are all over the place. And she's somebody said, oh, how much did the banks lose? I said nothing. What do you mean nothing? Nothing. Actually, they get paid off early in some cases. You know, there was nothing. And I have very little banks because I've heard a little debt. I mean, she, they manufacture stuff. They do whatever they can. These are very corrupt people. And if you don't think they're dealing with Washington, this is state and local.

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What Can Be Done About DOJ Corruption? President Trump Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | Last month

What Can Be Done About DOJ Corruption? President Trump Weighs In

"The big question. What can be done with the corruption at the DoJ, the FBI after multiple impeachments against yourself that failed the Mueller probe? I designed this a few weeks ago. My producers said it was excessive. It is now the hottest selling item on our website. It is a mug that says, Biden's Gestapo, the FBI. Can it be fixed with a new director, or do we have to scrap it? Well, we have no choice. If we don't fix it, you're not going to have a country left anymore because our country, we're not a confident country anymore. And we always had a law enforcement system that we thought, and you know, if you go back to the local level and the police and the job they've done, even there, they've taken their authority away. So the opposite. They've taken their authority away. And we have crime in these Democrat run cities. We have crime, like nobody's ever seen before. People being pushed randomly from the subway trains that are coming down at rather rapid speeds. Look, what's going on is just not even thinkable. I just saw that and I'm not sure this is possible, but I'm just seeing that truth to vote two of the people were arrested. Catherine, engelbrecht, who, as you know, is a fantastic woman. Have you seen that? This morning, I mentioned it 7 a.m. thanks to a corrupt judge in Houston, both Catherine engelbrecht, the heroine and the hero of 2000 mules her partner Greg Phillips were arrested for refusing to give up their source for the Chinese company that was taking election data to Mainland China. Is this fixable? Because I know you have great respect for both Catherine and Greg. They were central to the national film. This shouldn't be happening in America. And the job they did was on tape. It's not like, oh gee, they made something up. I mean, they have cameras. Government cameras taking nobody bothered to go look at the tapes, right? But they have government cameras that have it absolutely on tape. The job they've done. And then you say, well, how come they don't do this with the leaker? The leaker of the Supreme Court, because if you went and got to that reporter, that's a terrible thing that happened. It puts our justices at tremendous risk and that continues. So they can't find the liquor. It's very easy to find the leaker. If you did the same thing to the reporter, as you did to Catherine engelbrecht, who's a great woman, you say, we want to know who the leaker was because the leaker gave the story to this reporter.

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'National Treasure' Leslie Jordan Dies

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

03:37 min | Last month

'National Treasure' Leslie Jordan Dies

"Later up in a hospital and they found out what was wrong with her because one day she left a supermarket driving like she always did and she crashed into a pole and they took it to the hospital. She blacked out in the car and they found out that she was sick with cancer. And they discovered, you know, breast cancer, then it spread to her brain, which is kind of common and cancerous a sneaky motherfucker we all know that. It's everywhere in my family. I'm sure it's everywhere in your family, too. My parents, my sister, my aunts, my brother in law, but for some reason, I don't think that's going to be what takes me. I don't know. I always foresaw some kind of stroke or heart attack as the thing that takes me. I'm just putting this out there, you know, in the public arena. can go, oh no, AJ said, you're going to die of a stroke or a heart attack. That's why I took myself to the hospital last week. But now with the COVID vaccinations and the boosters, who the hell knows? What's going to take any of us? Who knows? I mean, all we read about is people dying young and playing football even home and he died a cheerleader was spinning dead. I mean, it's constant. It's constant. Somebody wrote on deadline about Leslie Jordan the world is a much darker place today without the love and light of Leslie Jordan. Not only was he a mega talent and a joy to work with, but he provided an emotional sanctuary to the nation and one of the most difficult times. Apparently, and I didn't look at these things until yesterday. He was doing things on Instagram. He was doing these Instagram lives that helped people during the pandemic. I don't know. I didn't really watch it. I'll talk more about it tomorrow, I guess, but yeah, people are all torn apart because Leslie Jordan is dead. Again, I don't want to make I'm not trying to make it less than it is. It's a horrible thing that a man died. But this part of me that thinks, oh Christ, forgive me for saying this. This part of me that thinks if he was straight, the outpouring of emotion wouldn't be the same. Because all I'm reading are people who are obviously in tune with, you know, loving the fact that a gay man died and he was so emotional and so this and that, but I think if Leslie Jordan merged straight man who was a character actor like he was, I don't think the outpouring of a Mueller would be nearly the same. But because he was clear, we all got act like it was the worst fucking thing in the world yesterday. I just can't get there. I can't get there. I'm sorry. I can't get there. Anyhow, that's it. I know this show went in many different directions that happens sometimes, but what can I tell you? What can I tell you? You don't pay for the shell, so I'm gonna apologize to you. I'm only kidding. I love you. I'm

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Trump subpoenaed in Capitol riot investigation

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Trump subpoenaed in Capitol riot investigation

"The house January 6th committee is talking with one of Donald Trump's longtime aides A person familiar with the meeting says the panel's interviewing Hope Hicks She did not play a big role in the Trump administration response to the capitol insurrection but was still working here in The White House at the time Hicks was long one of Trump's most trusted aides and was a key witness in Robert Mueller's Russia investigation Her interview comes days after the panel subpoenaed Trump himself

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"mueller" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

07:35 min | Last month

"mueller" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"But there were some really questionable recipes in those emails, Andrew. Yeah. Which I don't think we talk about enough. Again, this is a this is laying the groundwork a decade before Trump runs for office, right? This is how deep these connections go. From 2004 to 2009, Manafort implemented these influence operations on behalf of deripaska, including a multi-million dollar political influence campaign directed at numerous countries of interest to deripaska and the Russian government, pro Russian Ukrainian oligarchs with deep economic ties to Russia, paid ban for tens of millions of dollars and formed strong ties with Manafort independent of deripaska. Now 2004, Palin around with Russian oligarchs, and now we've expanded our sphere of influence by collecting tens of millions of dollars from even more of them. There's not just a single potential point of failure here. Now we know all the Russian oligarchs. Manafort hired and worked increasingly closely with a Russian national Constantine calendar. Is a Russian intelligence officer. It only says Russian intelligence officer in the Senate report because, again, as I'm reading this, remember, they are trying to downplay these connections, right? These are Trump sycophants trying to say that this is not as big a deal as you think it might be. Was a Russian intelligence asset. And he was best friends with the Trump campaigns campaign manager. And to go back to the report, which again, I remind you, was drafted by Marco Rubio and signed off by the Republicans on the committee. Columbia and Manafort formed a close and lasting relationship that endured to the 2016 U.S. elections and beyond. Prior to joining the Trump campaign in March 2016 and continuing throughout his time on the campaign, Manafort directly and indirectly communicated with kilimnik deripaska and pro Russian oligarchs in Ukraine. On numerous occasions, Manafort sought to secretly share internal campaign information with kilimnik, the committee, and then here, remember, this is Rubio trying to downplay this. The committee was unable to reliably determine why Manafort shared sensitive internal polling data or campaign strategy with kilimnik or with whom kilimnik further shared that information. Well, Marco Rubio could have read the Mueller report volume one or any of it, which we know he has not read a word of, because on page 129 of the Mueller report, Republican bob Mueller notes, Manafort instructed his associate Rick Gates, his deputy on the campaign at a long time employee to provide Constantine column with updates on the Trump campaign, including internal polling data, Manafort expected kilimnik to share that information with others in Ukraine and with deripaska. Gates periodically sent such polling data to kilimnik during the campaign. When Gates got cold feet about this, this is some skipping ahead to page one 30 to one 31. Manafort did not see a downside to sharing campaign information and told Gates that his role in the campaign would be quote good for business and potentially a way to be made whole for work he previously completed in Ukraine. The investigation did not establish that Manafort otherwise coordinated with the Russian government on its election interference efforts. That's how it ends. So let's unpack that for a second. That is the Mueller report establishing a quid pro quo, but not coordination. So Manafort wasn't directing a Russian intelligence asset on what to do. But remember, 18 USC three 71, conspiracy to defraud, says if two or more persons conspire to commit any offense against the United States or to defraud the United States and any one person do an act to affect the object of conspiracy, each shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 5 years or both. So conspiracy to commit what offense? Obviously, the violation of campaign laws that prevent Russian agents intelligence assets from donating things of value to the campaign. That's 52 USC three O one two one. It shall be unlawful for a foreign national directly or indirectly to make a contribution donation of money or other thing of value or to make express or implied promise to make a contribution or donation in connection with a federal state or local election. I think very clearly Manafort conspired with kilimnik to help him make a contribution to the Trump campaign in violation of that statute. What was Kim next contribution? He's the Russian intelligence asset who could go back and go, oh, the Trump campaign has told us that their battleground states are Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, which in fact they did. So if you're going to run some psyops, if you're going to try and meddle in interfere, those would be good. Those are the crucial states in which to do so. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota. And I do remember, you know, in fairness of trying to figure out how much on a scale of one to Tulsi gabbert, how much of a Russian asset this thing? No. You know, like I think the counterargument was like, all right, that's not really anything. I mean, anybody who worked in any of the campaigns could have looked at polls and said these states are important. Yeah, the counter counter argument is 5 38. I mean, showed Minnesota and Wisconsin as dark blue and medium blue respectively. Clinton won Minnesota about one Minnesota by like a percent. They almost flipped Minnesota as well. And that was on no one's radar. And lost Wisconsin lost Michigan, which were the polling showed kind of a tight race, but I don't think anybody had Trump winning either of those states before the election. Pennsylvania, sure, that's not important information. But perhaps we shall continue a little bit with what is Kalinda get out of this. Mueller's report notes in a way that has become way more ominous since 2019. You know, he should publish this report. Yeah, it's a good one. I don't know why more people aren't reading. Manafort also twice met kilimnik in the United States during the campaign period and conveyed campaign information. The second meeting took place on August 2 2016 in New York City. Kilimnik requested the meeting to deliver in person a message from former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych. That's the stooge that Manafort got elected as president of Ukraine, who was then ousted and fled to Russia. It was then living in Russia. The message was about a peace plan for Ukraine that Manafort has since acknowledged was a backdoor means for Russia to control eastern Ukraine. Several months later, after the presidential election, so after Trump has won. So they meet in August and kilimnik says, I want to meet you in person and I want to tell you about this peace plan. And they do. After Trump wins, kilimnik meets again and is like, hey man, you have a helping you out here. Kalinda wrote an email to Manafort expressing the view, which Manafort later said he shared. Now, shared means with president incoming president Donald Trump, that the planned success would require U.S. support to succeed quote all that is required to start the process is a very minor wink or slight push from Donald Trump. The email also stated that if Manafort were designated as the U.S. representative and started the process Yanukovych would ensure his reception in Russia quote at the very top level. Manafort communicated with kilimnik about the peace plans for Ukraine on at least four occasions after that August meeting in December 2016, that's the email that I just read. In January of 2017, that is as Trump is transitioning.

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What Drives Steve Bannon to Keep Fighting?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

What Drives Steve Bannon to Keep Fighting?

"Steve, what keeps, you know, what drives you to keep going. You've been attacked from every possible direction from the Mueller investigation to the Senate intelligence committee to the state of New York to the Department of Justice. And you just keep fighting and you're focused solely on election day as the Democrats Judgment Day. You know, people complain all the time. We Charlie things are so tough. And you never let that get to you. Talk about that, Steve. I find that super interesting and important for our audience to learn. Charlie, you know, and you've met my daughter, you know, volunteered and served in the navy as a naval officer to destroy her in the western Pacific and the Persian Gulf my daughter went to West Point, served in Iraq with a 101st airborne. What keeps me going is this country. And you know, I serve this country in a formal capacity at the early stages of my career in my early 20s and after I was fortunate enough to make some money. I've decided to serve my country ever since I really met Andrew breitbart right after the financial collapse. I met Andrew a couple of times. We were around the financial collapse of 2008. And the reason I did it, I made a movie then called generation zero. It was about Gen Z is about how generation zero is going to get wiped out. What keeps me motivated, quite frankly, is you pass the people at turning point. I see this generation coming up and we have an obligation to bequeath this generation, the same constitutional republic with the same basic economic opportunities that were bequeathed to us. I've had a blessed life. I had, you know, my dad didn't make a lot of money, but we had a family of 5 and my mom was a homemaker. It was kind of, I looked back at it, it was absolutely golden childhood. I had every break in the world, and it was just terrific. And we want to provide that and make sure that I'm part of that generation that hands that off. And so what does it that we work 7 days a week here at the war room? 18, 20 hours a day is simply that. We owe our previous generations to bequeath the you guys, the up and coming next generation, really the people under 40, the same country we had. And we're in a fight for that.

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Steve Bannon Speaks Out Following Conviction

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | Last month

Steve Bannon Speaks Out Following Conviction

"By the way, I want to say one thing. I respect the judge, the sentence he came down with today is his decision. I fully respect I've been totally respectful as his entire process on the legal side. I also want to make one other statement before I talk about a broader topic. More than any person in the Trump administration. I testify before the Mueller commission for more hours. I testified in front of a shift in the House intelligence committee, more than any other person in the Trump administration. I testified in front of the Senate intelligence. I think more than all about the issues related to Russia gate to all of that. The same process every time. I had lawyers that were engaged. They worked through the issues of privilege, and at that time I went and testified. And this thing about I'm above the law is an absolute and total lie. Now, more importantly, more importantly, the judge, today was my Judgment Day by the judge, and he stayed for the appeal and will have a very vigorous appeals process. I've got a great legal team of the multiple areas of appeal. But as that sign says right there, can we have the vote sign? On November 8th. On November 8th. On November 8th. There's going to have judgment on the illegitimate Biden regime and quite frankly and quite frankly that Nancy Pelosi and the entire committee. And we know which way that's going. Either they've already been turfed out like Liz Cheney right or if quit like kinzinger and other Democrats or they're about to be beaten like luria and others or they will lose their power and becoming a minority in Nancy Pelosi and Tom chairman chomps with all of it.

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How the US Government Went Wrong for 6 Years With Rebekah Koffler

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:20 min | 2 months ago

How the US Government Went Wrong for 6 Years With Rebekah Koffler

"You said something very interesting before we started the show Rebecca. You talked about, well, juxtaposition, let's say, between the current threat environment and what's happening in Europe and what the federal government and Congress have been doing for the next 6 years. Those two, the last 6 years, those two things don't really match, explain why. What have we been doing that doesn't really help us today? Well, instead of really paying attention to the Russian thread or China, North Korea, the corrupt intelligence officials within the Obama administration, when current president was actually a vice president, they misdirected intelligence resources to these incredible multiple investigations, investigating the phony collusion that they themselves concocted in order to evade former president Trump from The White House. So they were focusing for four years on an aspect of Russia that didn't exist. The Russian collusion hoax. Exactly. Instead of discussing or examining why did he invade Crimea in 2000 under the Obama administration? Right. And what are his capabilities? What are his intentions? Yes. You know you worked in that environment. You know, you can focus there and you see it and tracking your intelligence targets. You read your raw intelligence, which is very, very lengthy from multiple sources you get your satellite pictures, you get your communication into sets. And then your boss runs in and said, oops, you know, we need to know what the Russians have on Trump. And you can tell them all you want that they got now they're not Trump, but you know. But a Russian asset, the brookings institution. He'll make staff up and give it to Christopher Steele, who gets money from the Clinton campaign and then the FBI gives him cover as a confidential informant and after what 20 months and I think it was 30 million spent by Robert Mueller, nothing zero. And that's a lot of money that could have been spent analyzing, I don't know, Russian intentions in Crimea.

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You Have No Idea What Your Courage Can Engender

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 2 months ago

You Have No Idea What Your Courage Can Engender

"And gentlemen, you know, we say this many times on this program and I am trying to say it in my new book letter to the American church. If the church will speak up, if members of the church, if you yourself will stand, you have no idea what your courage can engender. You have no idea. Mark judge, alone, standing bravely in the midst of these attacks effectively made it possible for roe V wade to be overturned. Do you understand what I just said? What John just said, Mark judge, by standing in the face of evil by refusing to give them what they wanted, the same thing can be said of Jerome corsi, who was on this program a few weeks ago. He, because of his faith in Jesus, because of that, refused to take a plea bargain, everyone was threatening him threatening him threatening him. He said, you know what? I don't go ahead, put me in jail. I will not lie. I can not do it. I won't do it. I'm in God's hands because of that, the Mueller investigation was effectively shut down. Roger Stone, all these others who were standing and I want to exhort you to stand with us in your sphere, wherever you are, because this is where we are now. If you cave in, if you give them what they want, you let them win.

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Maggie Haberman: Trump Is the Biggest Demagogue in National Politics

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Maggie Haberman: Trump Is the Biggest Demagogue in National Politics

"Maggie haberman of The New York Times I do not understand how she can be a so called journalist at the same time one of the biggest hacks on CNN But when you understand this is the nature of phony journalism today provided in America then you understand that maggot haberman is perfect Cut ten go But it is another thing as you say that he will point to to say you know I am a victim thereafter me He has been I think the biggest demagogue we have seen in politics in national politics in this country in modern memory possibly in the history of the country And he is very good at using anytime somebody is looking into possible misconduct or alleged misconduct and saying it's an example of just how unfair it all is Yes I am and Maggie you haven't been talking about Donald Trump I have obsessed with Donald Trump I need a psychiatric care Megan heaven here I just can't kick my mind off of him Even though he's no longer president I'd rather not write about the current president because I support the current president And of course he's the biggest demagogue we've seen in politics and national politics in this country certainly in modern memory And I know I've done an exhaustive examination of the demagogues not in memory That's right In Donald Trump is the number one democracy He always plays the role of victim you know It's because he's unfairly impeached twice and fairly Investigated criminally by the Mueller again just because they kept demanding his taxes just because they went after his family in his businesses

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Doug Welcomes Virginia Rep. Ben Cline to the Show

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Doug Welcomes Virginia Rep. Ben Cline to the Show

"I'm gonna introduce you to someone on the podcast who I have got a lot of respect for. He is Ben Klein, he is from the great state of Virginia. Congressman from up in the wonderful valley area up in there, just a great place. And part of Virginia that you don't expect because most people now expect Virginia to look like the suburbs of Washington D.C.. This district does not look like this watching D.C. and Ben came into Congress with some experience. He'd worked for a former member, but he came in and he was one of the ones that I went after to get own judiciary committee when I was the ranking member and I am so glad that I did with everything that we went on that term and he has just continued to just excel at that. Ben, welcome to the podcast. Well Doug, it's great to be with you and appreciate your leadership there on judiciary. It was an amazing time there as a freshman to be confronted with the Mueller investigation and all the different efforts by this corrupt intelligence community that we or that the corruption in the intelligence community that was not rooted out by the Trump administration and certainly has not been rooted out by the Biden administration. But it's great to be great to be with you today.

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Congressman Ben Cline Discusses the Craziness of Coming to Washington

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Congressman Ben Cline Discusses the Craziness of Coming to Washington

"I like to, you know, for people to get to know the faces that they see on TV or the face they see in Washington. You brought up, you know, coming in to Washington. He would work for a former member. You had had experience was what The Office structure with, but you came in at probably one of the more momentous times in history. And that being, as you just said, Mueller impeachment, everything else going on. What was that like? I mean, you had had some experience with Congress, but you getting there now, and you go straight to the fire. No doubt, it was not anything like I had experience working for my predecessor for nearly a decade there back in the 90s, they were a little more cordial. There were a lot of southern Democrats who were voting like Republicans when Republicans took control of the House under newt. They were aggressive and pushed the contract with America and a number of other reforms, but. There was a difference because even after Bill Clinton was impeached, he had dick Morris. He went after triangulation and all that stuff. And so there was more of an effort to reach across the aisle. So we got welfare reform back in the 90s in large part. As a result of that, but should know, this Congress under Nancy Pelosi, led by the squad, starting in 2019, it was a different kind of experience being in the minority. Watching the liberal left try and steam all their agenda through.

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Former Political Prisoner, Paul Manafort, Share His Story

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Former Political Prisoner, Paul Manafort, Share His Story

"People know your story from afar. Tell it to us in your own words. Well, it's exactly as you just said. I mean, in 19 2016, I was targeted by the deep state, not really I don't believe we get me, although they did buy that. But really, to get Donald Trump, they thought that by coming after me, as his campaign chairman, that in order to get out of harm's way, I would agree to their narrative and particular Andrew weisman scenario who worked for bob Mueller. That Donald Trump and the campaign was colluding with Vladimir Putin and Russia. I wouldn't do it and they brought all the powers of the state in the deep state down on me. Yeah, and they target you out as trying to be almost this symbol, if you will. Of someone to Donald Trump. So in here and kind of the summer year book, political prisoner persecuted prosecuted not silenced. It talks here that they tried their best to have you turn on president Trump and you refused. Can you talk about that? Yeah, to do so, I would have had to lie. And there's no way I was going to do that. But Andrew weissmann had this crazy theory that he had totally made up. He did take a disparate facts that were true facts. And then created a timeline of knowledge that would try and put Trump ahead of the hacking of the DNC server and then authorizing through me to Roger Stone, to Carter page, the release by WikiLeaks of the dumps from the DNC acts that occurred in July and in October. The only problem with that is none of it was true. Number one, Trump didn't have advanced knowledge like weissen claimed he did. Number two, you know, I wasn't talking to Roger Stone about any of this. And number three, we had no connection to WikiLeaks or the DNC hack.

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Devin Nunes on the FBI and the 'Get Trump' Investigation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Devin Nunes on the FBI and the 'Get Trump' Investigation

"You Devin, and tell me if I'm stupid for feeling this. If the bureau knocked on my door tonight, I would say, you got to talk to my stinking lawyers. I'm not talking to you. I don't trust them. So how much of a problem is the bureau even after the people you were battling have left the building? After the subpoenas, let's talk about the subpoenas. I've long suspected that there's been a unit operating within the FBI. And after the Mar-a-Lago rate, it came out that it had to be. So like a dirty tricks unit. Yeah, very sophisticated unit. So remember what they did to hide this from Congress and from the American public is they kept this investigation, I'll just call it the get Trump investigation. They kept it within the national security division. Then they kept it even tighter in what's called counter intelligence, which is super tightly hell. Yes. So they figured out how to create these essentially Gestapo teams within DoJ and the FBI. There's no question. I mean, after Mar-a-Lago, there was zero question that that was going on because it's impossible that all the same people that are like Forrest Gump end up showing up in all the same, you know, all these crooked places. I mean, ends up in Mar-a-Lago. Right. Right, the people who did the Mar-a-Lago raid. I'm just saying reportedly, we don't know how much of this is true so far, but we're on the molar team. The Mueller witch hunt team, remember, and they're on the Mueller witch hunt team after everybody knows and Mueller knew the first day I said, the first day that SOB walked into the building and became the special counsel. He knew it was all a hoax.

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Who Is Judge Beryl Howell and Why Does She Need to Be Impeached?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Who Is Judge Beryl Howell and Why Does She Need to Be Impeached?

"To go down your Twitter feed Julie for things to talk about. Will you tell all of our list is in viewers? Who is beryl Howell and why should this person be impeached? You know, it's amazing to watch for all the condemnation about judge cannon because she was appointed by Donald Trump. Completely ignoring what's happening on this D.C. district court, populated with judges who were appointed when Joe Biden was vice president. This includes barrel Howell, who is appointed by Barack Obama, I believe in 2012. She is a hyper partisan. I'll save some of my more incendiary adjectives for her after listening to her and watching her in the past two years. But she also handled the grand jury for the Robert Mueller investigation. She's handling the grand jury related to January 6th. She is hyper partisan. She shows open contempt for Donald Trump and his supporters in these court hearings for January 6th prosecutions. So now, but no one has asked for her to step down or recuse herself as the main judge handling this widespread criminal investigation. Now what comes out today that there's a grand jury investigations subpoenas related to the save America path. The pact that was created, of course, after the election. What does this have to do with January 6th? She is signing. She is the one overseeing all of this. You saw her. She was the one. Who signed up on the subpoena issued to related to the rate of Mar-a-Lago. So no one is calling into question judge barrel. Howells integrity or whether she should recuse herself because she was appointed by the president of the vice president Joe Biden, his last political rival and potential political rival, it's just another double standard and you have seen no criticism in the media of barrel howells conduct.

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"mueller" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"Deep with optimal physical and mental health strategists. Gunther newletter. gunther. Mueller will share with us the magnetic mike method. Now any of you guys who know me a little bit and it's your first time here if it is your first time. By the way don't lease the past episodes caught up with what we're up to. But if it's neither i i and you know exactly why mindset. You know the way i think the way we all grow together a focusing on the future not so much dwelling in the past more getting aware of where we are and moving forward from there. You are going to love this episode. Really be able to go and take your relationship to the next level. Thank you so much serbian gear. I'm excited to be speaking with you. Want to start retelling something that you did as a kid. Their parents laugh about. Kill two day. Something that i did when i was a kid they still laugh about. Today was my first experience skiing. So i started skiing when i was like three. Put me on skis. And i just was totally having nothing to do with it. Completely crying and pissed off that. I was on skis and stuff and then i was pretty dramatic but then they tried it again when i was seven or eight years old and i loved it so today. They still laugh about that. Transformation the are was against it. To then i was like all four and then i was a professional ski bum for about four years after college so He's still ski today. Absolutely us so much. Fun is one of the skills. I wanna learn a case you wanna tell us about the magnetic mind method. Yes it's a five step method. And i believe it is revolutionary in the personal development industry. So anybody that's been doing personal development. Read books went to courses. I i do some training for tony. Robbins as well. One of his companies So i i've been in the personal development moving for longtime personally probably spent multiple six.

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Speech that the former guy gave on january twentieth two thousand seventeen so mary says it was fitting that it was raining that day and i love my friend for this always gets that little in and she said it's very fitting that donald complained about it and she talks about how his inauguration speech was actually foreshadowed by his. I alone can fix it platform during his campaign which many did not take seriously but she says here folks like ruth ben gazzara kenzi are and malcolm nance did friends of are absolutely and she goes on to talk about donald's allies which began on the first day of his presidency with regard to the inauguration size how the sheer volume of lives would increase in basically amounted to assault on the general public day after day know he pushed the envelope and when he got away with it he pushed it further. And there's so many examples of this. I mean there's just so many first book is full of them as well. This is like how he grew up. But you know the first thing that popped into my head was how he skirted the nepotism laws by appointing family members as white house advisers. And when he was told he couldn't do that he he said what's going to happen if i just do it anyway and everyone just kind of shrugged and because the republican party got in line behind him the worst among us the worst among us were represented by the gop which controlled one hundred percent of the government. At that time you remember. Mary talks about how the women's march seemed like like like a last. Gasp attempt at collective healing. That's what she calls it but but she concedes it couldn't be sustained because he can't begin. You can't begin to heal if you're still being traumatized. That is such an important statement. Yeah yeah and i'm so glad. Mary talks about how the democratic party had misread the character of republicans and not only that they misread it in this case but they've been misreading it for decades and then she talks she goes on to talk about the attacks on the press and how they were deliberate and despite that despite the deliberate attacks in the press the mainstream media outlets continued to just normalize his behavior which was just disgusting so she basically sums it up perfectly in this quote. Okay this is. This is a direct quote. Donald racism his use of insidiously language. His shredding of norms is breathtaking and obvious ignorance and his arrogance in thinking. He didn't need to make sense. We're all taken for granted. She goes on to say. The press failed to ask the right questions because they were enjoying the access they had to him. And some intangible quote respect for the office yeah exactly and she says the questions we should have been asking. Were about why someone so unfit someone who lies so much. Someone who betrays the constitution in his oath. Why somebody who's like that be allowed to be sentence. Those are the questions that should have been asked and that failure led to growing chaos and mary gives examples here. We you know she talks about the murders at the two mosques in new zealand The murders of the tree of life mosque in pittsburgh the el paso shooting charlottesville. It goes on and on he. Targeted women muslims l. The lgbtq community the poor puerto ricans mexicans and then even children and that is actually where mary pegs the peak of his cruelty. The children the child separation policy so she posits that every act of cruelty prior to that was a prelude to that particular. Hor everything up until this point was a prelude to the children. Kind of like the push the envelope. Nothing happens pushed. The envelope nefyn happens. And then here we go and we get to the child separation policy and all the while he he was going after our institutions right. Doctor doctor timothy snyder. His book on tyranny puts at number two of the twenty things to prevent tyranny number. Two is the defensive institutions as she cites noah with the sharpie on the map right and then the subsequent pressure he put on noah to release a false statement. He also went after the intelligence community. Famously and of course. The department of justice and. Mary says everything he did all of it. All of it took its toll on us as individuals and as a society. And the press. Didn't help i mean because the stories that took up most of our attention. They're designed to keep us from.

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"mueller" Discussed on Brave Women at Work

Brave Women at Work

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Brave Women at Work

"Well today. I spoke with someone who really me. And i'm sure will inspire you to hope. Mueller grew up in a commune in indiana and had a rough childhood and first marriage. She faced many many obstacles but found strength in her work and eventually triumph and built a successful personal and professional life. So if you're facing minor challenges or major obstacles either personally or professionally. I know you can gain something from today's conversation. Here's a bit more about hope. Hope mueller is an author inspiring speaker pharmaceutical executive wife. Mom and grandma hope is the founder and president of hunter street charity in is an active non profit. Volunteer hope runs a pharmaceutical consulting firm h to 'em llc and she lives the value of the tagline. Let's do this. She is passionate about community service. Female empowerment and career development hopes. You need childhood instilled the capability of being able to create order out of chaos. She lives with her husband and shares real life with her four daughters and grandson. Ten percent of all the proceeds from sales from her books will be donated to her charity again. Hunter street charity before we get started. Have you checked out my ten tips to being brave at work freebie. If you haven't please go get it right now at brave women at work dot com if you're struggling with analysis paralysis on what to do next in.

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"To To prove a case that really stretched perhaps the capabilities or or again featured just about everything that an rt can do. There's something like that you can share with us. Sure If you look at the two thousand thirteen a boston marathon bombing that is probably a benchmark of all the resources that the fbi could throw at something. You have a a bombing. The killed three people in boston improvised explosive device. So we we leveraged everything from Specialized bomb techs from the fbi laboratory to the evidence response teams to our shooting our laboratory shooting reconstruction team. But you also have to think about all the Computer examiners the video surveillance that had to be received cataloged looked at. This was a truly who done case and so many times in a bureau. We have a pretty good idea early on Either in a mass shooting because the suspect is dead or we have a white collar crate case that was initiated that we know who the subject is but this was a truly who jonah case that the subjects were still out there that we had an immediate threat that they were gonna plan another attack and so it was a rush to get all of our resources to bear on this thing to try to identify it. So you know when you think about it you have this one incidence Where you're tackling the crime scene with the state locals air in downtown boston. You're processing the scene. You're collecting evidence. You know bomb texan identify the pressure cooker. You have people from our audio imaging in it set Our operation technology division. Ocd that are looking at trying to enhance the video Making a time line of the bombers and then ultimately identifying them and then capturing One of the one of the brothers died But the other one was captured and taking the trial so this was a a true. Who done it. That that culminated in his capture in the back yard of watertown residents there in massachusetts where he was captured at the boat. This morning the fbi along with boston pd massachusetts state police in atf officially began its forensic evidence recovery effort at the site. Their goal was to recover physical items related to the blast. Those items were have been recovered and are being sent to the fbi's laboratory in quantico. Virginia they are specialized. Examiners will reconstruct the device or device says and determine its makeup and components so this case really spanned multiple jurisdictions Had multiple types of evidence that had to be examined whether it be digital or or physical and It really called all the resources of the bureau to bear on this thing. Luckily we have hundreds of thousands of agents equipped to this and professional support that that are the the back bar what we do on his investigations and help us move large amounts of data and go through the resources to look at all of the things that came in on escaped. So this was really wanna touch pretty much every every part of the bureau. I think we've given our listeners. Some food for thought so the next time that they're watching Breaking news report on some tragic scene or attack or major case near them or across the world they should give a moment of pause and realize that it's quite likely that somewhere in fbi. Evidence response team is on its way or already on the scene and that's played out even recently in some high profile events. We watched with dismay This last christmas eve as a bomb went off in vehicle. In downtown nashville. We've watched a more recently horrible tragic shooting that took the life of a police officer in boulder colorado at the king's super supermarket. There were those examples. richard of Where fbi personnel may have deployed together evidence..

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"The threats facing america are as real as the men and women who battle to protect us in his first of a kind podcast. We'll sit down with active duty the personnel who revealed their mission their cases and their lives. Let's go inside. The bureau with frank see missing person and unidentified human remains from how a computer can solve crimes ninety three homicide time one of those guys that i wanted to be an f. b. i. n. Since oh six years old his modus operandi boston down doors with guns drawn would be lying to you. If i wasn't much more aware of the guy sitting in a vehicle on the road side when i'm walking my dog night sitting in on show eight just wanted to kill someone all right everybody. Welcome back it's time for sabotage and today for sabotage as you probably have heard by now. Tom berek has been indicted on seven counts with two of his buddies. And i'm going to go over that indictment real quick here with well real quick with the but there's a couple of important points that i want to bring up before we get into that and the first point is that one of these counts is a failure to register as a foreign agent. But it's not the typical farah statute that we're talking about here. We're talking about Provision nine fifty one which is called espionage light because on the fair thing you can get up to five years for just generally lobbying on behalf of a foreign entity but with espionage light with section nine fifty with this particular lob foreign registration violation. You can face many more years in prison. I think up to thirty and this is what maria boot was charged with. It's like being a spy right. This and i guess the main difference here is that instead of just sort of lobbying on behalf of a foreign entity what you're actually doing is working concurrently and you're in contact with and doing the bidding of a foreign actor and that's what happened in this particular case. I'd like to bring up this week. We that these charges originated with the mueller investigation. This is one of those fourteen. Redacted appendix d investigations that he handed off because it was outside his scope. So that's very interesting. That's new york times reporting that two handed this off to the eastern district new of new york. And i also want to bring up some new reporting that. We got an regarding these indictments. Apparently prosecutors had enough to charge barrick last year. But both donahue who's the us attorney in the eastern district new york and bill barr. Were big on prosecuting for lobbying crime. So some members of congress have asked this department of justice biden's department of justice to investigate whether bar or donohue actually blocked these charges or whether the prosecutors just knew not to ask these unfriendly and sort of sat on it and waited. I think it's the latter. I think they just sort of waited. And i think we're going to see more charges come out from appendix d. Now that there's not a pardon looming possibly or an attorney general. Who will refuse or disallow you to bring charges. We learned in a similar situation in the southern district of new york. Rudy giuliani had a search warrant executed on his home and office. This april and they wanted to do it. Under jeffrey rosen. Which who who came after bar. He was acting attorney general but that was either blocked or not allowed. So that's something. I mean there's a pattern here and i'm also wondering if that rudy giuliani Investigation if you're well. I should say if you're wondering if that rudy giuliani investigation. Came from muller. I don't think so. Because this specifically about what he was doing in ukraine and muller had wrapped up his investigation by that so but it doesn't mean that something he handed off on rudy. Didn't lead to that and we don't know we don't know the oranges of the investigation So let's get here to the indictment. The defendants are almo leak. And barrick thomas joseph barak and then a guy named grimes a united states citizen residing california. He was employed at company. A which is which is barracks company reporting to barracks he's executive assistance..

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Said be clear. Mr trump has no financial relationships with any russian oligarchs. That's obviously with do my position is. I'm not aware all any of those activities. I have been called a surrogate at a time. Two in that campaign and i didn't have not have communication with the russians have to get involved with putin for have nothing to do with putin spoken to him. I don't know anything about a mother than he will. Respect me russia if you listening. I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing so it is political your communist. No mr green. Communism is just a red herring like all members of the oldest profession. I'm a capitalist. Hello and welcome to muller she wrote. I'm your host. Alan gill though. Most of you remember me as ag an epic show for you today. I really really have an epoch show for you first of all. I'm on the road. I'm in vegas of this little echoing in my hotel room. I apologize for that. Just want to let you know that is what the reason is for perhaps an or perhaps maybe lara air conditioning unit in the background I have a few stories. I then some sabotage and i also have an interview. With lincoln's bible about the new kremlin papers that were leaked to story out in the guardian by luke harding and a very special fantasy and diamond league with a very special fantasy and diamond league guest during sabotage. I'm going to go through the baruch indictment page by page with you. If you haven't heard yet. Tom barrack was indicted. We'll get there but first we have some headlines to get to so let's jump in with just the facts all right. We have one big fat headline for you today. And it's from the washington post. The justice department is pushing for rule changes to sixty that would put a fifty year. Delay on when courts can consider releasing material from federal grand. Juries that's according to documents and interviews and they would separately allow gag orders to be applied more broadly to witnesses while the recommendations were made during the trump administration. I wanna make that clear. That's when these recommendations recommendations were made president binds. Justice department is still seeking the changes. Even his critics oppose what they say would be a significant expansion of secrecy around federal courts. Investigations grand jury. Secrecy is a cornerstone of american criminal. Justice we've talked about the sancrosanct. You know grand jury secrecy. Rules much of what is said in a grand jury This is where citizens guided by prosecutor. Consider whether to indict someone for crimes. Most of it's never made public but judges can occasionally rule that some other interest merits the release of grand jury information. This happened in the watergate case led to richard nixon's resignation as president. And it happened. In a special counsel robert muller's investigation into donald trump when a district court and appellate court found that some grand jury materials should be shared with congress is prepared for impeachment proceedings. The justice department fought all the way to the supreme court. Keep the more grand jury material under wraps and the issue was declared moot after congress completed impeachment proceedings but if the proposed rules and acted they could push back any revelations about the miller. Grand jury until twenty sixty nine and for those of you who've been longtime listeners of muller she wrote you know i've been worrying about maybe trying to freeze my head and keep it alive so i could live long enough to take here About the underlying grand jury materials and mueller investigation documents twenty sixty nine very far away in opposing the release of the muller grand jury material justice department lawyers argued that it should be off limits because impeachment did not qualify as a judicial proceeding. That's one of the exceptions to grand jury. Secrecy by the way the department has suggested that a watergate era court ruling was wrong and finding that impeachment proceedings are exempt from grand jury secrecy rules. They should be now. The justice department is pushing to prevent judges from even considering that release of materials and again for fifty years. The rules committee is part of a lengthy process of considering and finalizing rule changes to sixty that ultimately go through the supreme court and then can be altered by congress if needed so. That's happening right now. And you can as you can guess. I'm not happy about it. Although eric holder proposed a similar rule but for thirty years i disagree. I think judges should have discretion To release grand jury materials when it merits when they're on other of other interests are considered and in other news. According to the guardian leaked kremlin documents. Show trump was installed by russia. And joining me right now to discuss. That is lincoln's bible but we have to take a quick break. Stay with us season. Two of swing left's how we win is here. We have an incredible opportunity to fight for our democracy. We don't agonize we organize. And we've got a lot of work to subscribe right now on apple and everywhere you get your pods for insight action and your reasons for hope i'm steve pearson and i'm mariah craven and this is season two of how we went. Hey everybody welcome back. I am joined today by the host of the amazing new podcast called the world beneath. You have to listen to it if you haven't already it's been recommended by every single amazing person that you love. I love please. Welcome lincoln's bible hello. Lb i'm so happy to talk to you first of all great narrative last night that was awesome If you If anybody was able to watch that with the whole Tom barrack stuff. That was very very interesting. What i want to talk to you about today and what people have been kind of nudging me to talk about. Is this amazing reporting in the guardian by lou. Carting about the kremlin papers. Can you tell us what was in these papers. Everything we already knew everything. You've adela people for four years. A basically it was that that the trump was zoned by the kremlin into their bidding You know it just. It was a very specific actually to a beating that that looks like a took place in. I believe it was january. Two thousand sixteen it at At the kremlin with a several heads of different At let's just call security services or agencies within the kremlin who would be necessary In terms of organizing What will call their troops or their agencies are personnel and their efforts and their resources towards directing Pretty much a sigh up at the american people in order to facilitate and assist a win by donald trump by our electorate. So this puts into even a sort of more starker contrast things. Like why paul manafort would have been handing off polling data to concerts in clinic..

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Those are the kinds of things that those of us who were so concerned with the trump administration's conduct that we took time out of our lives weren't paid to do any of this but Focus singularly on exposing that kind of corruption and calling it out on a day to day. Basis you know. We should be happy that he resisted that kind of public big circus of accusing a person of a crime when he had no right to defend himself. You know if you think. Robert mueller was or wasn't convinced trump committed a crime. I don't know he said that. It didn't exonerated many laid out the elements of crime in put enough evidence in each bucket but he would not accuse someone of a crime when they were not able defend themselves in court of law. And that's something. We should be happy that he did if where people who are concerned about the rule of law in on constitutional rights. You know people getting faster loose with what rights matter. Which ones don't and i think he should be commended for for those things especially the later paragraphs of the same letter as well. So yeah and i also still. I still have questions about the end of the muller probe. There was a thing. I'll have to find the details of it. But there was a court filing where they Where the muller prosecutors had asked for a continuance to april first twenty nineteen and were it was granted and they had asked for that continuance in march early march. I think it was a thirty day. Continuance and then all of a sudden the investigation was over and those prosecutors had to go back to the court and say we're super sorry. We thought this would still be going on april first. We wouldn't have asked for this continuance if we had been told prior to the first week of march that this investigation was ending and so they had to apologize to the court. Because you know you lose your desert as a prosecutor us a little bit of candor with the court if you fuck them over like that so it seemed based on that one court filing that some people at least in the molar investigation were taken off guard By by the end of that investigation and i. I don't know if that's something. Were ever gonna learn anytime soon. And i want to remind everybody we didn't get the joe war ski report for watergate until twenty sixteen or twenty seventeen. So i don't even know if. I will live long enough to see and know what really happened muller investigation. I was just thinking about that. And i didn't want to be too morbid but you know we will get more information one interesting thing in this in this packet of emails that were released. One of the attachments to one of them was a letter. From the foreman of the grand jury in the nixon watergate scandal and the letter was sent to president nixon asking for his testimony and it was remarkable to see it in there. It's a little piece of history. I don't know when it was unsealed. I know a lot of those records were unsealed in recent years But it was clearly put in i think in part i'm sure connected to the discussion of whether a president does or doesn't have to comply with that kind of a request But to read it and and it directly went to the fact that written answers were not sufficient that that in testimony was something that would need to happen. was just really interesting to see and we will get some more of those things down the road. Probably after president trump has gone on and there is a presidential library and there will be a presidential library as i know. But it's going to be. It'll be like a crime museum or something it'll be fun but there will be one because that's obviously how a lot of these records get released are through the presidential libraries that keep them and have a right to so. That's really really interesting. Because i know we talked about this a lot when it was happening. That muller wanted more than just written answers and it wouldn't be sufficient for a complete and thorough investigation and you know muller was volume. One guy. I think that his his goal i like volume two volume two. I'm house volume to. If we have a volley one but you know the thing about muller was he was a volume one guy. He spent a lot of time talking about that when he was testifying july. Twenty nineteen but i think he is. Most important goal was to get all the facts and all the evidence that he could stay on special counsel as long as he could not be fired and get the report out especially value one so that the country could understand the depth and breadth of the coordination. Or even if they're you know coordination aside conspiracy aside how much the russians were influencing our twenty sixteen and and future elections as well and and so. I think that that was his main goal. And of course we know bill bar went in through. The reggie walton case bar went in an inappropriately redacted a lot of things that that showed in framed the depth and breadth and the scope of russian interference and then sat on it for three weeks spun. It said it exonerated the president and and and we know from at least one letter that muller was super pissed about that and there's apparently a second letter and there's also a couple of phone calls and meetings to that we don't know what was said and i'm hoping we get to hear about those two but i think that that was his main goal was to to get this information out to the public and then of course layout the obstruction of justice charges for future prosecution. I think that's right. And i think as frustrated as so many of us have cell about the lack of legal accountability for some of the players. Here we know a lot of information that when you compare this to other scandals in us history it took years for us to find out the actual facts who what when we have a lot of information for being only five years out From the two thousand sixteen election and we got a lot of it about three years out and that is a testament to their diligent work. They're quiet methodical. Pursuit of this investigation. And you know. I think he did one. And it's very clear that there were three topics that he was really focused on Trump tower moscow the trump tower meeting and roger stone and wikileaks. And he says that the letter and and there's other areas that are listed in an appendix. But he's they are clearly focused on those read links sadly we never don jr. I don't think agreed to testify. I don't know if we know for sure that he pled the fifth but it sounded like invoked his constitutional rights And we never really got a lot of information about the adoptions. Meeting taller wanted more. He wanted to know expense. That's a shame. I don't know ever find out But you know you get a wall..

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"So to be clear. Mr trump has no financial relationships with any russian oligarchs bench. What he said. That's what that's obviously with our position is. I'm not aware all any of those activities. I have been called a surrogate at a time or two and that campaign. And i didn't have not have communication with the russians on we'll have to get involved with putin. Have nothing to do with putting never spoken to him. I don't know anything about a mother than he will. Respect me russia. If you're listening. I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing so it is political your communist. No mr green. Communism is just a red herring like all members of the oldest profession. I'm a capitalist. Hello and welcome to muller. She wrote volume to season two episode. One i am back from vacation in. Puerto vallarta have a lot to cover Apparently giant huge things happened including indictments. When i go on vacation so i have decided going forward. I'm going to take a week off every eight weeks or so. To kind of help nudge justice in the right direction. Since that's my vacation time is seems to be when all of these indictments occur as you know. The trump organization and allen weisselberg were indicted and we went over that in detail on this past. Week's daily means podcast. I highly recommend listening to my interview with former muller top prosecutor. Andrew weissmann about the indictment. You can find that by searching for the daily beans podcast wherever you get your podcasts. And on this show. I'll be speaking with robert donat about a trove of muller documents that was released to the public this week stuff. We hadn't seen before. There are some reductions in there but these documents in particular the letter from muller to trump's lawyers go a long way to shore up the shit. We already knew that. Trump india obstructed the mueller probe by refusing to cooperate which disallowed muller from being able to to indict anyone on conspiracy charges with russia. So that's happening. And of course later will also have the fantasy indictment league and sabotage for you as things start to heat up in central florida as we approach the charging decision on matt. Gaetz but i. There are quite a few headlines. So let's jump in with just the facts. I up today member when the house. Judiciary committee requested the muller grand jury materials under article one powers of impeachment back in july of twenty nineteen. I think we were onstage. Live at the chicago show when this all went down and i said that that actually constituted at the beginning of the impeachment inquiry and that was a couple of months before pelosi officially announced the impeachment when the ukraine stuff went down it was interesting timing too because right when jerry nadler was requesting those documents that underlying grandeur materials in the mueller investigation under article one impeachment powers of congress. We had just heard from adam schiff that there was some fucked up. Shit that went down in a phone call. According to a whistle blower between the former guy and the president of ukraine and then two months later of course. Nancy pelosi Announced the official impeachment inquiry into the former guy for that ukraine shakedown. Well that request for the more grandeur material went to court it languished. There will a decision has been handed down and this news flu quietly under the radar probably for political optical reasons congressional democrats years long attempt to nail down whether then president donald trump lied to special counsel robert muller effectively ended on friday july second with the us supreme court wiping away court decisions where the house judiciary committee was told. It could access secret. Grand jury records from key. Witnesses in the mueller investigation. So now the house will not get those grand jury records that brings to a close. The democrats pursuit of what witnesses in the mueller investigation. Said confidentially under oath about their interactions with trump and others during the two thousand sixteen campaign since two thousand nineteen as i said the judiciary committee assad access to records from muller investigations grand jury proceedings which were cited in millers report on russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election. The house had repeatedly said it wanted the records so it could consider whether or not to impeach trump for attempting to obstruct the russia investigation which miller also documented in volume two but over the past two years. The fight plotted through the court system with the justice. Department under trump unsuccessfully arguing to block the release of those documents they lost those courts those cases. The supreme court initially had agreed to hear the case but then delayed it following trump's loss of the presidency in november. And we told you they were going to move this. They were waiting to see whether or not he would win the election to see whether or not this case was moot. On friday the high court vacated the earlier rulings the justice department under biden wanted this result saying the case had actually become moot. The house did not oppose this move so they didn't say anything about it either but a top lawyer for the house. In june noted the case was ending because trump was no longer president. Which is what we posited and we said be be ready for that and it sucks but it is the right call because the impeachment remedy is no longer a remedy and the request is now moot. These records could be sought under other circumstances. However like i don't know say an investigation into obstruction of justice by the department of justice. If they decide to pick it back up keep in mind that even if the grand jury materials were handed over we would not have got to see any of them. So it's not like we're losing out here. The super grand jury secrecy rules. So don't be too bummed about this..

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"After trump tried to get fred to sign the codicil giving donald total control of the estate. The siblings actually the reason they got back together again. The band broke up but they got back together as they. They needed each other to hide the fortune their fortune from the tax man. And they did that. By establishing something called all county building supply and maintenance and they siphoned large amounts of money from fred's company through griffiths disguises. Legitimate business transactions. The ruse was so effective. That when fred died he only had one point. Nine million in cash and no assets larger than ten point three million and by the time gam died the entire state was only worth about fifty one million so as the kids pushed it all through their all county business to cheat the tax system. That's how they siphoned all that money. Off and freddie's family was totally written out of all of that and in two thousand and four the entirety of the trump management. You know fred's chit was sold by the siblings to a single buyer for about seven hundred million which was stupid because had they kept it. They each have made five to ten million dollars a year each but donald needed a large infusion of cash fast fast and they also could have sold the buildings individually instead of as a package and made substantially more money selling it off for parts but donald and his creditors were impatient. They wanted the money fast and split four ways they each got about one hundred seventy million and if any of the siblings objected. They didn't speak up about it Mary saw marianne in eighteen. Who thought the article was baseless and meaningless and probably sourced by jack mitnick fred's old accountant. Mary wondered why on earth the siblings never tried to talk. Donald out of running for president given the scrutiny that he would inevitably face. You know what i realized. Just now jeeze. You're reading that. I believe that's win. Mary started recording marianne. Because it was two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen. She's like oh go ahead and let her think i wasn't. The source of this shoe and marianne was unconcerned about the expose though and when a court inquiry into her began all she had to do to end it was retire and take her two hundred thousand per year pension as federal judge quote in fact The vast amounts of money the siblings had possibly stolen made their fight with us over. My grandfather's will and their drastic devaluation of our partnership. Share seemed pathologically petty and their treatment of my nephew vis vis our medical insurance even more cruel. Yep yeah that's wants. Mary learned all that and then was like so. They had all this money and they they they siphoned it off from. Fred stole it. Hit it from the tax man and they had hundreds of millions of dollars and they still took the health insurance away from her nephew. Mary's nephew and just they're all assholes and fought over the will. Yeah hello everybody. It's ag alison gill for the msw book club. And if.

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"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"The next couple of chapters here are are relatively short chapters. They kind of get into the money and the chapter eleven is called the only currency. And you'll it'll be explained why it's called that but it opens with the family. There gathered together reading. The obituary of fred trump. He died in june of nineteen ninety. Nine and marianne were scolding robert forgiving. The paper a net worth for fred as being between two hundred and three hundred million dollars and she said never give them numbers even though he was way off he you know fred was worth like three or four times that much But there are more than eight hundred people that came to the service and it's likely because they wanted to see if they could catch a glimpse of donald The mayor qaluti rudy. Was there giuliani. He spoke at the funeral and mary says quote. The six oldest grandchildren accompanied the casket to the hearse as honorary pallbearers. Which meant as was often the case in our family that others did the heavy lifting while we got the credit that's pretty deep honorary and and super descriptive to You know and just make a connection you know with literal heavy lifting. While they're people get the credit and mary returned to the house. The house with gam and other than the living made it was just the two of them and mary stayed with her until gam went to sleep. She kissed her on the cheek when she was about to leave told her you know you're my favorite person and mary says not because she was her favorite person but because she loved her and because nobody else had quote bothered to stay with her after her husband of sixty three years had been putting the ground. I mean come on. It's the i. That's why i think i know. Donald is but these people are sociopaths. They're like he kicked it. Let's go on moving on And that's when we're gonna we're gonna learn about what the only currency that matters two weeks later. Mary was home. Dhl delivered the will america older brother and said what what's the deal and fritz was like nothing we got nothing. That's what the will they were. Not in it and days later. Robert called mary to tel aviv. Gam was in the hospital. Robert acted like they all didn't just learned that the estate was split among the four living children and the kids of the fifth were totally left out. Robert didn't even mention that right. Hey games hospital. Sorry about fucking you over forever and fritz and. Mary had agreed not to sign anything though until they could make sense of it despite robert calling them all the fucking time to push them to to do it because you know obviously he couldn't get his inheritance. The three the siblings couldn't get their shit and it was jammed up in probate until marion fritz signed off on this and so he would just keep calling and calling and at one point they all met up and mary said you know why are we left out. And robert said quote. Your grandfather didn't give a shit about you. He didn't give a shit about any of his grandchildren and mary pointed out like yeah. That might be right but all of our other cousins are going to benefit though because their parents are going to split the estate right and and rob was like what's pretty simple as far as your grandfather was concerned. Dead is dead. He only cared about his living children. I mean why would you sign anything at this point. You know what i mean. Yeah and the these barbs by the way about her father that she had to endure. I lost my dad at sixteen. And i didn't have shit head. Family fucking say a nasty shit about him all the time. I don't know how she managed. i don't either. But they all did agree though robert included to leave game out of the discussions and the meetings right all these calls and multiple meetings. Mary asked rob at one point About the the seven. Fred buildings right known as the midland associates She didn't know much about it but she would get a check every few months and he just wanted to know how this new will would impact that check and rob never really kind of an he never to sort of avoid the question you know and concluded that fred left them out because he could and that the people who were her trustees assigned to protect her fiduciary interests had no interest in protecting her or fritz. Her brother and rob told mary back. Then look if you don't sign if you think of suing us we will bankrupt midland associates. And you will be paying taxes on money. You don't have for the rest of your lives. They're just assholes. Yeah so at this point marianne fritz. We're like what the fuck do we do. So they went to irwin durban. It was like the only person they thought they could trust and asked about it and he said look your share of the ground leases under shore haven beach haven. Alone are priceless if they're not going to do anything for you. You're going to have to sue them. And and this is gross. But fritz and lisa his wife their son william had had exorbitant medical expenses as a special needs child and when mary asked rob to help out with that rob said signed. Signed the will. And we'll see like that's just intense. It's all a quid-pro-quo and the family all it doesn't matter if it's a child's health it doesn't matter if it's a country it doesn't matter if it's you know family doesn't they don't care and mary was like really really and he's like your father is dead and mary was. Like i know he's dead rob but we are not and she added. I was so sick of having that conversation so apparently that.

"mueller" Discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Creatively Christian

"Don't be afraid of failure You know because that's just going to teach you something not to do next time so right so it sounds like that That in terms of for those new creators. you don't want to you want to figure out what your budget is you want to spend Some percentage of that budget towards that free promotional product. And get free. Help where you can. I think that's another great lesson. Is that as you're forming these relationships that you were speaking about sometimes you can collide with people you know. Sometimes if someone really likes your idea you know you. Maybe you're a writer and you pair it with an artist and say hey you know if this thing goes big will split it fifty fifty if you throw in our. I'll throw in words so that's another another good way you can kind of get around that free The cost of that free product. Well and cross promotion is such a big thing. Because i mean that's why big have always done for like spiderman teams fantastic for like they're bringing in that audience of that of that brand with this other audience and now maybe they'll interconnect and they'll start buying the same products and it's no different than the indie world. I think i've had a chance to live with quite a few people and kind of cross promote among amongst each other. Because because you want to go where the people are buying stuff so one of the things you can kind of figure out like. Are you going to places where people are consuming. Only free products. Are you going to places where people are buying stuff and that can be hard because you had to go find him that that'll say if you build it. They will come true way back on a day when there was far less selection and choices today. It's now yeah you gotta bring it to them show off and at the same time. Yeah yeah absolutely speaking of labs. We're going to be doing a little something in the future right a little. Drop that little teaser. Out there for people. Hey maybe maybe. By the time heirs. It'll be done. Who knows but anyway. We'll we'll say so. So one more question education in on the educate section of the show for moving to empower kind of. What was your big Lightbulb moment along your path as a creator you know at some point you were creating demon hunter raven and now you are. So what was the light bulb moment. That said you know what this this is how to deal with does going to deal with this. I've got a problem. I want to create this thing. What was that. i haven't had one one big one. It's been thousands of little ones along the way of So originally demon hunter was going to be a web toon. I wanted to get on the web tune platform and kind of get under that because that was what was happening at the time. That was a big deal And then i kinda start. My audience wasn't there. They weren't really taking a part in it and it just. It failed miserably. And so i had to pick it apart. Be like what's working. What's not working up. The original version demon. Hunter is completely different than what people have nowadays and i can. We can all say that we've probably redone our creative stuff thousands of times what people end up with isn't what they had like night and day Write the story was far more focused on a tragedy and self pain and suffering and stuff compared and it was just it just felt like it was more of an emotionally depressive story that like by the time people are done reading..

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"mueller" Discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Creatively Christian

"Like that the best because anytime you're gonna make something make sure it is the best of the best because because if that's all you got you want to go out one hundred percent even more than that so if you've only got five hundred dollars to spend Don't go above that. Because you're you're your return on profit can't you can't going in the hole because you're doing it wrong on You overextended yourself and then now you your debt and now you're not making a comiccon more now you're paying off artist and and the other is you have to be careful who you do business with. You have to vet who you're working with just because you wanna hire an artist in their stuff is his extraordinary. Maybe they're not on time. Maybe their reputation isn't very good. Because maybe they dodger the ghost or they take your money and go and research like find out other traders. They've worked and find out like a. Are they good. Do they do the respond on time. The quality of art can be amazing. But you gotta make sure who who you're working with. Who are you are you on. Are you usually yoked. And some cases that might not always be the case. So you have to figure out. Are you doing one issue at this artist. How far onto you go because relationships change were on the inside where we're not doing twelve bucks a year. We're doing maybe one book a year two bucks a year and maybe some of people have visions of going out ten years worth of stories. You how many people in the industry and continuously keep that going slow going right so when you plan out something plan out for every three months. Okay this is what i'm gonna tackle. I can put this and then you know produce some some more promotional stuff like. Let's say you've got you've got some character ideas create some cool promotional stuff you know. There's we call it kiara in marketing of something that that expands upon this idea. Because what you're trying to do at this stage is you're trying to entice people with your idea as you're working on getting a finished product so one of the one of the things that we can fall into a lake We were talking about is is fall into an audience that only consumes free stops right so you can put out a whole book for free and be like all right you can buy it and people like no. I'm good but if you entice them with more ideas of this is gonna continue further down the road and that's really hard to balance because you the free stuff is also supposed to help kind of driveway. The people that aren't interested in your book and they're not just gonna take your money and vietnam. Never come back you want. People are gonna eat sustainable that they're going to keep coming back for more and that's where it gets hard because there's not going to be a a right way or a wrong way to do it. It's whatever works for you. It takes a lot of experimenting because what works for me hasn't worked for five other people and but what did work from from me may have worked for like two other people. So it's it's a trial by fire. You're you're really. You're gonna make a lot of mistakes probably gonna end up face palm and just you're gonna fail a lot. I think that's a big lesson for a new creators. Don't be afraid of those mistakes..

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"mueller" Discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"mueller" Discussed on Creatively Christian

"Hello everyone this is brandon. Huffman's worth one of the podcast hosts for theophanous media's creatively christian podcasts and i am super excited to be on The podcast today with nicholas mueller A gentleman. I've been following for some time on twitter on social media and only just really connected with yesterday personally And it was a great a great meeting Hello nicholas thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me on here. In a congratulations on getting this all started up and going. This is going to be a lot of fun absolutely absolutely. So yeah we. We're actually recording this in late october. And it won't be out until probably sometime in january..

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"mueller" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mueller" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Knee. Mueller earlier so one into pastor Martin E. Mahler, the the pastor who wrote the famous poem that I had referenced earlier about that first they came for the Nazis. The original poem was ugly. First they came for the Communists or the trade unionist training. Yes, right? Yeah, And then eventually they came for me. But there was no one left left to stand up for me. Well, I didn't stand up. What about it, David? Well, the and I can prove my point because everybody is annoyed and sick of hearing for me right over the last, however many years three times is that Any recurring thing. So that was my proof. What's what's your point? You should stay your point and then making it But you interrupted me right in the middle of it. So that's my proof. I just supply the proof because everybody's sick of hearing about it. So for the last 10 years, I've been yelling. Hey, stop yelling! You're breaking up! Stop yelling down, Okay? They came. If you look at there's 600,000. Members on, uh, Father's rights movement on Facebook. So that's another proof that there are people and I've been trying to bring attention to that for 10 years and people are sympathetic, but nobody. I mean, you let me talk, but nobody really lifts a finger to come and actively help us. We got to do it all ourselves. And, uh, part of my Shot. What does it frighten? Shut Section house that was shot in front of pleasure in the pain of others. Yeah, So now so now they're coming for you guys. Now they're coming for you. You should have listened to the groups that came before you because now they're coming for you. I've listened, and I have actually reported on the father's. I'm not talking about you. Your radio signal goes out to more than just you. I know. I know. I'm not questioning Ian's dedication. I'm questioning everybody else out there. Okay? Yeah. They're definitely coming for you. There's no doubt about that. I agree. They have been coming for you. They've been taking your freedoms They've been taking and absorbing your money and, you know, making you more obedient, and now they own you. Now they've got a license that you've asked them for in order to run your business, and they're holding it over your head and saying if you don't do what we say. We're going to take away your ability to earn a living. And that's why most of these business owners are doing exactly what they're told. Unlike the heroes that the Attila's Jim who are amazing, and if only more people were like them, if only if only 1% of business owners were like them, it would be a huge burden for the state to fight against if 5% of business owners were like them. Then the state would be basically completely ineffective or better. Yet, if all the businesses that have been quote, closed unquote, a zoo result of government if they all just hurled the middle finger in the general direction of the government and opened anyway and started conducting business, as if nothing has happened. There's not enough state people to make them all close. Thank you, David for the call tonight definitely appreciate it. He's right. There are not enough people standing up doing stuff..

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