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Russian analyst who worked on Steele dossier charged with lying to FBI
"A Russian analysts who provided information for a dossier used during the trump Russia investigation has been charged with lying to the FBI the case was brought as part of special counsel John dorms investigation into the origins of the F. B. I.'s probe of ties between Donald trump's twenty sixteen presidential campaign and Russia a grand jury indictment issued in federal court in Virginia charges Igor Danchenko with five counts of false statements to the FBI about his sources of information Danchenko functioned as a source for Christopher Steele a former British spy paid by Democrats to examine trump's Russia ties Steele's dossier was used by federal authorities as they sought surveillance warrants targeting a former trump campaign aide however it had no role in launching the investigation led by special counsel Robert Muller Ben Thomas
'This Is the Stuff That Mobs Do': Blowing Hillary's Russia Collusion Conspiracy Wide Open
"Bob muller comes onto the scene in the spring of seventeen after president trump fires komi right and paul ryan and too many republicans agreed to put muller on all under this cloud of the multi. What you're trying to tell me is the millions of dollars that hillary clinton pumped through was also maybe used to sweeten some journalists to write stories about this russia. Thing potentially right. I mean this story was so totally artificial. We got bob muller of yeah. I would go one step further. It's not even potentially it happened. Look we took sixty depositions under chairman newness under oath. They're all public now. Adam schiff didn't want him out. Rick grenell allied declassified them two years later and we put him out there online you can read the sussman deposition that i took that cited. In the durham indictment. That says he was talking to members of the media at the behest of client the client being the dnc fusion gps. Doing the same thing taking the same false sturt going to media and saying you guys got to put this story out and then. Here's the kicker hillary clinton and jake sullivan come in and tweet out information. As if they've never heard of it before and say look. President trump has a secret back channel to russia. If you remember this stuff in the fall of sixteen and they were the ones paying for it they pretending to know nothing about it and then they had a willing media. This is the stuff that mobs do literally. I mean this this monkey. It really
Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe
"John durham expected to indict clinton linked attorney involved in russia. Probe this is. Sussman may have lied to top. Fbi lawyer james baker in a meeting on september nineteenth two thousand sixteen in that meeting sussman attempted to tie the trump organization to a russian bank. Alfa bank saying that they were using a secret server to communicate michael sussman. The fbi later dismissed those allegations so did muller and they were totally bogus. How did sussman lie. Durum has discovered discrepancies between susman's congressional testimony and his september two thousand sixteen interview with baker during their discussion. Baker claimed sussman told them he wasn't working on the alpha-bank project for any specific client. This directly contradicted his two thousand seventeen sworn testimony before congress in which he said he was working for an unnamed cybersecurity expert also perkins koi internal billing records which durham has shows that sussman build the hours he spent an alphabetic probe to the hillary clinton two thousand campaign. So here's the take away. The facts seem to show that sussman was intentionally provoking the russian probe on behalf of the former presidential candidate hillary clinton and then lied to obscure it. This was five years ago. Everybody half a decade ago. She want to know what the big takeaway is here. Nothing we've known about this for four years.
McNeil Lifts Mets Over Braves 1-0 for Doubleheader Split
"The Mets and Braves split a double header at Citi field with Atlanta winning the opener to nothing before New York came away with a one nothing victory Jeff McNeil supplied a game winning hit for the second straight day lacing an RBI double in the fifth inning of a night cap six relievers combined on a four hitter with ten strikeouts in the seventh inning second game Kyle Muller combined with two relievers on a five hitter in the game one shutout he also helped Atlanta scored the first run with a single off losing pitcher Marcus Stroman in the third inning for his first major league hit Jack Peterson followed with an RBI double the Braves remained five games behind the NL east leading Mets I'm Dave Ferrie
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"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"I said stop the fucking boat right. I'm getting in. And i mean people just mean if a shark is a is a suburban with teeth. A whale shark is a is a is a greyhound dieter it. Is this the the sheer size of this thing. And it was just and i was so compelled like no part of that freaked me out And i at one point. I actually got on his door Fan the top. Whatever that's dorsal. He didn't even just kind and it was real. It was inching. His real rough it was like sandpaper. Hold on just got and then we saw. Maybe the same wheel sought the next day. Anyways i see this captain like ten years later and i said hey dude you still see many well-structured seen lately. He says that he says that lasts day with you when we saw the second for the last one i've ever seen i was like what he's out there every day. We we go back to back days fucking swimming with the thing it. He hasn't seen when he's out there. Every day ends in one for ten years am like it but this one of those things like you're out there appreciate the just the grandiosity of it but if it said hey before you get in the water this guy that's out here every day. He's not going to see another one for a decade like that. Change is looking back on that. I'm like fuck the ones that you see in the movie are in the galapagos their wail sharks on steroids. They're the biggest whale sharks on the plant. They're like sixty feet on their pregnant. And i had one slowdown because when they're just cruising you're still having a kick like much just to keep up with thing and i had this seventy foot whale shark slow down and i went up and rubbed its temple and looked in. Its i which is about the size of a play. I'm tearing up thinking about it. As the closest thing to god i've ever it was. Lake magical was just magical. Look in this amazing creatures is then to hear that there is a boat with ten thousand tons and at pregnant whale shirk slaughter. It's like kill something like that idiots but they are such and they played like wilshire. Have not like we would see him. I mean it's just open. Just go along on the water just buffet style japan. So there's a place in mexico where two hundred of them combined. Ec two hundred whale sharks but there's terrorist and they guarantee you of welsh thrown the taurus over into the water but you can get out with them that's not permitted amid the tourist. You can't get out. You're not supposed to do what you didn't wri- but that's not no that's there. You're not on the this anthem. How can you not grab the dorsal fin and go for a ride on the whale. Shark out in the middle of the. It's funny. I was like i thought know my dumb ass. One hundred and seventy pounds. I was like a like. He didn't even flinch. We were like you. Who didn't even know like you're on great white's dorsal man. This has been great. Everybody checkout no before we leave but the will the film and then the mobile. Because i watched it on the oculus right which is just is just crazy. That's what you really should experience. Not everyone has an. I was a little for. Because i was like look around. We're up looking down. I was like i go back. And it's like oh fuck. I miss something right. But how are we gonna watch it on. Mobile is this one of these cardboard contraptions that google makes and you are now. That's all. I'm trying to do everything that veered it wrong and i knew everyone didn't have now. It turns look this. It turns your phone into a portal and see every this is this is available. That is vr ninety nine cents a film in lake to ninety nine for the whole series so if he you know cheapest thing and kids hour and a half of our and a half of your kids being quiet and and then cousteau watch cousteau as a kid so i got all the books okay. Why watch planted that seed. I'm like whoa. i wanna see that. That's sort of my goal is like i don't really care about. You are loss. What i loved was an again just just day gaining an appreciation in a knowledge of this is not just wanna sharks and alligators eels. But the you're on a mission and it comes through loud and clear on the film and there's even i mean you see evidence of plastics everywhere. But that that part i loved. Just you're passionate around guys. We got problem here again problem. Isn't this dude. In the grey suit with the big teeth. Needs braces in about thanks. We all think edith's no we got a big problem and that that are just so you know i mean as far as you know from my eyes and ears that came through loud and clear for that appreciate so true people protect what they love and i love our ocean. I love our planet. I mean come on. We're only blue planet that we know of sure. There's others out there but we only one i mean it's just it's no do overs. Yeah i mean we took us. What two thousand years ago. A billion people or whatever one thousand nine hundred and now we're it you know it's like seven billion so man. Thanks for common fascinating. I loved in a tree. A loved it from start to finish. I really loved the start. I i appreciate the casino going. I don't think i ever thought like all meet lance armstrong. That's the thing with. Life embraced the under threat. Because you know. I got to call you wanna do lances. I'm like yeah for sure you know. By the way. I actually did a raise with him back in the day. That was fascinating vancouver. Yeah i don rich about the The wildflower is wanted to flower. Never did that was my first trap. That was in half firemen half fire. What what young kid comes out of the gate with to all you young kids out there. Don't come out of the gate with a half hour rate water player. Which is the gnarliest out of holding chairs over your head. So five hundred people start the ocean swim and i remember a guy trying to pull my shoulder and your over me. I turned back and kicked them in the face. Because that's what you do. I get out of the water in fifth place. And my dad's like whoa. Something's wrong here. And then i go out on the bike at the court and i grew up and lived in northern california so i wrote the berkeley i rode hills isolated fifty miles a day everyday. And i get off the bike. And i'm in lake ninth or tenth or eleven like literally overall this is pros and everyone amazon's i hated running run so that was a half a half half marathon in the hottest fun. I walked half of that run. Finish ninety nine. I in my age group. And i was hooked because i was like oh i found it. I remember my mom will baio bike of your serious on my lamb gonna ride and yeah the most important part any event that has those not when you were fast as the swim. The bike as i was they couldn't catch me right. But now if i was going to be overall you know this is back when okay. This is when bud lights monster. We would cross the finish line. And there'd be an eighteen wheeler with spigots on the side and everyone would get plastered and i'm fifteen sixteen seventeen days love. This love this sport just like who who tears her body and then gets drunk crazy. Tragically jack in the world trade. Yeah that's started sick individuals. Yes yeah it was fun. But i treasure it because it really taught me the mental. It's your mind over your body because your body can take it is who's got the mind bush your body through and there was many times were because i was young partied all night whatever and went the next day and.
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Or or we take you out and tore some sharks. It's you get you right next to a sharks can come by three choices as i see it. I've got some sharks ride horses with the taliban or get lit on fire right. I mean we're new friends like when fuck like how. 'bout around the golf at augusta. How about a nice neil somewhere. How about about some deep therapy have us. Some shit that you ever do is heat. I wa. I actually we. We're going to do this at my house. And i was gonna take you ever get into a tub of ice up your net. I don't do well with with that. Like the is the even just the cold. Plunge not the co punishment. So i let you layered of course laird and gabby have this work. And they do a seat. What turned me onto it. Freaking game game-changer. When i get off a plane and you wanna get power over your mind and you get into this ice up to your net completely and your mind is late right. So how long are we talking. Oh i do three or four minutes down yet. No i'm out. I'm on that. So pulls all the information out of you and then you under the sun and then you go back into the ice by holden it so when you get in the ice because if you have someone helping you you can do it. My daughter's do it for listen my thirteen year old. Does it for three minutes. If she can do it. You can see you you get in. You have to focus on your breathing. You have to be safe because you're you can't do that. And listen to the screaming little voice. Which is that same voice that says your piece of shits so it's such great mental practice but when it does is it makes your body just and then you win the heat and all that heat pulls it out. it's just it's phenomena and aren't you do it like a lot of people brought over to my house and they have ice machine. They have ice inside his at their houses. Now because once you do it. Cry doesn't count cryan cries like chemical and it just touches your skin or the pressure of the ice. You women off. I mean there's they've been doing in sweden japan. They lived on one hundred and ten because they do this stuff all the time. He is not giving me good options. We ask me. How tell you what i'm doing that i'm a live longer than you owe or notice this use. You're not going to try. You gotta done it man. I get in. And i freaked to have you with brunei. Had people see that's not. That's you know what that's like. We as to teach your kids swimming. Throw them in the pool or hold them and take them under. Look in the eye and bring them up. That's how i do life funding like surfing. People like you can't just go out with a serf or learn how to surf and absolutely showing you what to do speaking of your daughter's house that raising a sixteen year old girl right now you know because i i have. I have three daughters. But i had two of their nineteen there now my friends but dude there was one of them like like. You can't love anybody but boy teenage girls for a just take a vacation guys now. Well here's the secret Here we go. I had to studio exects and well. I had a photographer who told me echo. I know you've heard this before it goes fast like but you it goes really fast and these two studio fifty and having their second wife said and these mike why missed it. I was working all the time domus so it so i clara was six months old. We're going to greece. And i got a nike job in athens. So i said babe. I can go pay for the whole trip. I brought my assistant as my manny. So he was watching clara and my assistant. I go and i come back and she say like. Hey you know. I was on vacation. You're gone. I'm like all right never again. And the biggest job. Some of the biggest jobs of my life have come up when i'm on vacation and i'm like no can't do it my agency but it's you know it's gillette storage on like bill. They'll be another movie poster. Whatever but i've been to all the games so what it is now and when my daughter's like when clara was going i didn't get the hand or the slam door. They tell me we talk a toe. And i was open honest so i there my friend throughout insurance so my twins are thirteen tweens in this world. It's tough but i have. We have an amazing relationship with my daughters. And i it's the best thing ever. I've funny i am w we get an twenty nineteen year olds are twins off to college and yeah. They're just claritin. Bad i was. She was going to come to this because usually watch other podcasts. Yes she's Incredibly it's it's amazing. She just had her birthday. And you wanna hear my wife's july fifth. I'm july seventh. My twins are july sixteen. it's a late. The most sensitive moshe house play did it over but the dad. You know that's thing. I never been away from the manga. I hit two weeks rerouting boats as are changing flights. I can't be gone. The film come visit yep and And when i'm home a moment there i pick them up from school. Take them to school. And it's paid off in dividends but speaking of the film The series of films The the sickest thing there's a bunch of these in in the series but and you can see it on your phone to of that. I want to get into that. Because i have thoughts on this and that action the questions and thoughts. But the sickest thing i've ever seen in the ocean is a whale shark and it was. We were down kabo. And i was just kind of cruising and doing little fishing but just cruising around and the captain says.
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Chapelle and and all the bigs of walter yield and tell you my favorite Did multiple shoots with any liebowitz. I don saved the best for last. Yeah that's how. I feel like we should stop biggest photographer. You've never heard of so. I go and this is after the first tour Shoe lachapelle for interview magazine. And i walked in. And he's an odd dude. Yeah and so. He says Off the side by side. and ideally. You don't have jersey on visual note. So i have short sean so And we're gonna spray water on you and i'll take the picture i'm all right. Whatever man like is one of these weird magazines his art. Thank you do what you gotta do. And like three hours later has shoot with annie liebowitz walk in this is for a centerfold vanity fair. And she says okay. Have this idea like we're spray water on you. Ideally you don't have a jersey on just pull your bibs your shorts down. Well she from site and i said anne. I said. I have to tell you this like i just i wish i just no no. I said i just shot with with chapelle. And he literally shot that exact and she do. She lost her mind. Yeah i've heard stories about her and then she got super quiet. Went off into the corner of the studio and just sep ourselves and she came back and she said okay. Will you naked. Nothing an said okay. And that was it was just. Here's the difference for me in la chapelle an anti i would alleged on fire. You would have done. That would have been a lot of people happy. I was looking through your sports stuff. And i think he's a good buddy of mine but this would have been a much younger version of houston street with the baseball on fire. Yeah houston yeah. He looked like twelve of. I did the johnny bones jones to cause fire. I love fucking with fire. So what they do you know. This is a guy who's making whatever thirty million year with his hands. And i'm like i'm alive baseball and fire it right and you say mike here law watch so i take the ball and put on and do it. And then he's like all right you know sure So that's the thing. I gotta earn that trust. Usually i gotta do it myself or what i do is i say. Hey i want to try. You know light you on fire. And if you don't like the photo we won't use it The only person i've actually during the hospital and You know. I am going to have my my best friends in actor and we've been talking for about fifteen years to light on fire and i think we're getting close so i think i may have an angle here because believe me there. There's plenty of the population that wants to see me on. Fire torch you so that might be the play that might get me in front of your lens. I'll let you live me on fire and the people who who.
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Guests so because not everyone knows and we walked I walked about three quarters of a mile with my camera cases and then we walked up of valley so the key drivers. They're up there so we walk like a mile and a half snowy soft embankment and no cell service. There's no one around where okay we're waiting there and then after about forty five minutes these dudes on horseback come rolling up and the first thing they say is. We've got to be quick because we heard the plane. And i said to my illinois like playing these like the drone but it's cloudy i thought the drones consign their own they can see through everything and then my head goes to the kid in vegas and the container. That's like joe sergeant. I got a meeting over here with three horse-back and a guy with a belkin cases look like wherever you eaten a snickers. I get dropped. Take him out. And i'm like oh this maybe wasn't as friendly fire. So anyways i laid in the snow adam surge shooting and And and then one of the guys in saint. You wanna ride my horse. So was the biggest honor. And i went road and And you know they're humans they got families they've been there. I really got an education on afghanistan all the proxy wars. Then they haven't started in other words. Russia comes in china's on their borders. Iran is now sending in people. And we're about to pull are based on because if you guys pull it out. This place is going to be a mess. And i just was like you know we have so much people up in saudi arabia. I saw the middle east in a different way. You know i mean. They're the most loving giving people during ramadan. They're like we. Are you a car and like know. My family would go out to the bedouins. we would like we. We didn't stay in the camp. We were adventurous in these guys since the handler translate therapist like he seriously like ice. Well short the only person actually. Sharon sound literally Fist fist-bump in she got it. She's like that's amazing. Yeah listen like i want. To show the spectrum of horses Shows the kentucky derby job fairly unjustified horses and i'm like this is cute story out there fucking swimming around the taliban come on man the shark thing. I'll go anytime you want to go now. The taliban trip. I'm out i'm out now i get it. Not many people. Would i mean and you know that's the trip with me that my road x. Like when i. I mean how many people like. I'm gonna go sheets the taliban and a week later. You're approved to gauche. But that's sort of how my life is i manifest you know and i'm true believer. What's your head is what you think is what's going to be in your world and most people don't believe they can. Do you know whatever i mean. Listen i so what you did on a bike And you must have seen that and listen. I gotta say this. Just because i know everyone in your fucking sport was doing what you were doing. Everyone sorry now all know and appreciate that. Listen which 'cause you you you're an amazing that will right. I'm going to crush i. You could probably go out and start mountain biking or or surfing or whatever your this. I think like me like you're gonna you're gonna you're gonna you're gonna figure it out and do it right. I mean yeah. I look at. It was a yeah. I appreciate those complicated time. I didn't handle it. I i think that what you said. I think the statement. I think everybody but with half a brain knows that That that wasn't the problem the problem. Maybe they in the ones that don't have a half the brain than the. They got bigger problems but the olympics. There's never any in. Just watch these things and try and enjoy on but the truth is just on that. I mean i just didn't i wasn't equipped as a man to handle it handle That type of pressure and scrutiny in questioning. And i just didn't have. I didn't have those skills and it was at skills to fight like i i was born fighter. Raised fighter still a fighter in didn't work tired documentary. Yeah i mean it's like you know. He's going underwater. Because the fish. Like i was like fuck the pressure on your guys when you get to the level that you and i got a lot of friends here like i wouldn't want your that fame. If you freaking baby right well most of us do get paid dab. Yeah i get it but what you also as everything else. But anyways i was just like you know it's tigers you know. Everyone loves them. And we want americans we build people up so we can find them now. Yeah yeah that's right. That's right but but but but i will say america is the is the only place will they were reviewed to it ride and you and you in and you can evolve and learn. This is the only place where they allied. Come back i forgive you yeah. So that's i see that. In my life i mean all the people listening to this show. They all know the story they. They all had a moment their life or they're like you know what i don't know about this dude and so it is america and so we get to get to come back to the ship you've shot everybody seemingly. I mean if you go on your website you can. Website is sick. Website is like a one thousand it For those listening they can go and check it out five years. It's the who's who and not just like okay. We're gonna take a brad pitt's picture like a like sick pictures like like next level.
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"It's just astronomical the amount of plastic that companies are using that. We don't even see that you know what i mean. That's just wear in our oceans and our oceans. We use ascend our our our trash canada mexico. They won't take it in you know so they're not driving out there and dumping it right or they are That was gonna stop you. Find solutions to these things and i know. There's a solution to plastic. Because i've seen it at he exists. It's coming and then you know what's next by the way let's find us. I've seen it too because you showed me right and we're not going to talk about it but you showed me and y'all listen The i mean when you say there's a solution first of all. I think my my initial reaction if you'd walked in this room and said i have a solution for plastics said. You're crazy crazy. Yes seem crazy. You are crazy and people listening or thinking. No the the he's crazy. But but i'm just telling y'all listening like the shit that i witnessed and we're not going to get into it because you guys are pre-release it's like it's like david. Copperfield walked in. Here it's accident. That doesn't tickle your fancy this shit straight up magic. Yeah so what's next because if we can find the solution for that then we can find the solution for other things to put their heads together. And i think this next generation will you know. And i hope they will. I'd say that's all i can do is hope. I don't want to go into the future because i'm right here with With you how long are you gonna live. You know what. I know under fifty. I know i have a lot more to do. I know. I know god's got a plan for me and i know i got. There's a lot of people out there. That i wanna live another fifty. I don't know you know. Here's what i do know. Is that if i i mean. Nobody knows what it. Here's what i don't you think about. This is all that matters. If i died right now content. Because i've i've done everything. i'm not. Were always wanted to do this. I've lived my life like there is no tomorrow and there is no guarantee that that's the thing anyone think people that are dying today in a carpet. They didn't wake up this morning. Like is it right. We take it for granted so much like our health. I go to children's hospitals work with jones hospitals all the time and it makes me so freaking grateful when my daughter's dealing with whatever their little things in my helicopter when you get an just like you know my parents right now are driving down to the children's hospital hooked up to fifteen things like you're getting tripped out over. You know like come on us putting it into perspective glass of milk. So yeah i i you know would i do know is that. I've got an energy on me in this body. This this thing might die but this thing that's in me can't be presented guy go somewhere. I just don't know where it's going to go. And i don't really care my little brain can't comprehend it my partner of mine in that video shoots stars and i go out to the desert with them and he's teach me like watching these stars being born like the galaxy like try to think about. Where's the end of the unit lake. Our brains can't comprehend no time that doesn't exist in. What have you so. And i used to try to over think stuff and now i just don't care. How old are your daughters. My daughters i got a sixteen year old twins thirteen year. Okay so you ask me. What am i gonna meet my grandkids. And you know. And i'm going to see the internet off now i i you know i still. There's still like. I want to go to morocco. Want to go up and artika you know. Go meet some monks in tibet. Find it anywhere else as well. Knock them out by one number. Melvin me you like you know. People are so interesting to me. You know the the saudi arabia thing was growing there. I've always wanted to go back. You can't visit saudi arabia. You have to have a reason to go there right. And so i was like i was at a dinner party in italy like a ago and the head of this yarn says talking about my sharks. She's a you know what should shoot horses. I'm like oh my god. They love their horses. And falcons thing total so that sort of the horse thing. And then i realized arabians are very small niche in the in the horse world. I wanted to do so enlarged into all horses. So you know shot the compton cowboys over here. Reason and then. I was in budapest two weeks ago. And i went and shot the cowboys out there and you asked me if we talk about it so i will. I will say so wrong two months ago. Three months ago I was like what would you never shoot horses taliban. Oh so. I'm like okay and this is sort of me. I will handle the real taliban. Are we talking about so. I know these like afghanistan. People are these taliban like the. That'd be quiet lanson here the store. Oh i'm sorry. I was getting excited. I know me too. So i gotta to keep me on track or my my We'll take so other area. So i'm like i do. I go to dalvin. So i i have a friend. That's a war correspondent petar vermont gonna say her name because she might not and say. Hey you have handler serrano. She's again what do you want to do. And i'm like i wanna shoot the taliban from my book And she's like okay. Well there's this guy he's expensive but he just bought two female. Cnn re i make if he got females porter's fidel man. That's who i want. So i called the what's up with him and he's like are eating to write a letter explaining what you wanna do so i wrote a letter and i said listen i wanna show the human side always see over here is terrorism and whatever and and i wanna come over and and you guys in your horses at right those mountains and rice bring their you know and he said to me you know if you get approved it takes four to six weeks if you get approved and i'm like dude i'm getting approved. It's just who i am. I'm going to get approved all right okay and that was on friday and then on sunday. He's okay can you be in kabul on thursday. I'm like what what what hol- what happened to that and my old self would have been like. Okay i'm going right and my best friend said dude slowdown. Why don't you just think about it. And i listened to him. And i'm like yeah. You know what. They're not going anywhere. So i called the guy mike. Listen i can't go right now. I gotta get back seen you know. He's like okay well You know it's just gonna cost more. Because i gotta go back to london and i'm fine and then there was a. Oh what's the temperature there right now. He's like it's negative nine. I'm the yeah. Let's wait a month. So i go down to the consulate. They have an consulate and their dislike. Trying to figure me out. 'cause like you said i'm crazy so they're like this dude's crazy but we don't we know he's journalists but he's not a journalist what is and I'm trying to get a visa to go there and so finally i'm like i bring my sharp book. I said see this. I wanna do this with your horses. And they were like. Oh my god. Oh wow okay make our country beautiful manner. I'm like where's the good restaurants anyways in there. Were like so i i get on a plane by myself. I fly this. Dan bovis jimbotalks to cobble. And and you when you come find and it is a war zone. I mean there's army bases in this desolate and then i walked out and got on another plane to moslem and they picked me up. I had to afghanis with with as and learn an unmarked. Suv and it's me and my handler. And these two soldiers and he's like listen to put you in a room in the do not walk around because there's no foreigners i mean. There was no rice on exotic in their suicide bombers. And you know. I don't i don't wanna lose you of course me i'm like i. I'll go walk around this place but i didn't. I want to the little room. And the next day we who we went out and we We drove to lake outside of the city. That's where they control. They're not in the city. The control everything and There's an old dude weight onto toyota stuck in the snow and he tells to security guys. You have five minutes. Forget ear because you don't have permission to be me and my handler do and my handler on his on his phone had the head basically saying don't mess with these they're here under our are guests so because not everyone knows and we walked I walked about three quarters of a mile with my camera cases and then.
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Ptsd that he didn't know that had You know people would ask me are journaling donkey and i was like no because when you're out there it's non adrenaline you're very communism in your ear in the moment and it took me a few years and then hit i was like oh my god. That's why i'm doing this. Because i'm in the moment like i don't want ousama sharks to be in the moment. And that's what. Set me on the mindfulness path of meditation and other tools to get to a place where i'm sitting here with lance armstrong at this table. I'm okay you know everything's gray. You're totally okay. It's good surfer a greyhound but I got the point where i'd patagonia making different colored wetsuits to see like guinea pigs to see if they are attracted to colors or chernoff they were. I'm out yellow yellow yellow dangerous and make fanny when he got a surf contest. You know a shark came in the back of his board. The bottom of his board lillo. Yeah they were coming at me like i. Six eight hundred to go swim. You know had on at them and you know listen. You're still i have. I visualize two weeks prior to going on expeditions. Away church expeditions. I visualize shark not banking off. And what i'm gonna do an homage to rotate my body and hit the side of its nose. 'cause everyone's heard you you push the news the shore. Yeah you know what happens next mouth opens and you're done but no one ever touches a short nothing nothing swings towards it. Everything's ones away a minute or so smart the minute you start there like on a like you and then if you go up in touch one of those things. They swim bike. Well this is what i you know. I'm over when i'm out there in the open water years always going through your and i'm always looking around because obviously beautiful. But i'm like all right. Where's the dude in the grey suit And i'm alone. Is you have no choice. I mean i. I i wouldn't. I wouldn't personally panic and start flailing. I would just sort of just just chill. Don't know what else to do. But i wouldn't. I certainly would dive underwater and swim towards him yet. Well that's the thing if you ever see. Sharpen the ocean if you act like pray if you fear. They're gonna come the they smell like a dog. So if you stand your ground you watch it. Make sure listen. All you have to do is a little punch on the side of things swim off. But if you start trying to get away and kickin flail they're gonna keep coming most likely so you know. Fear you that's where you have the if you're hearing this and you're out swimming you see a short. Just remember my voice saying hey stay calm. It doesn't want you just so many around but it's interesting. It's checking you out. I don't get scared. Yeah in the hammer heads. I don't know why. I always thought i mean people scalloped or great hammer heads. There's the big boys are like for the people always short lambert union. They're they're lions man on them but people always told me that you know. These are the worst. And they're the most violent like you're fucked if you see one of these things and yet well. I'm they're sick looking but they finally for the first time. Ricky can't see them you see them they. I mean they're so hard they don't by humans are individuals. Scalp him ads law schools of five hundred. I've swim into a school of five hundred hammerhead and simultanously. They all turn off away from me. Which is why you have to use like a rebrith breather like they see the bubble five hundred trucks. Swim away from me right. So great hammer heads and binnie. Scientists found in. They started dropping food and then they started getting in and they started getting into shorts. Sort of comfortable with humans. And so that's where we go to see great hammer heads and it is the coolest thing to swim at those and there's tiger sharks there as well tiger beach it's like it's it's phenomenon i look at those small once. You see once you've with great whites. I'm like i don't see any big tiger sharks in late morning thing with fifteen feet. I'm like it just seems so get no-shirt so what if you like ev- i we're going to be fast friends and you've got an empty seat on the boat and you're going out there because i i I take a boat every Every year with friends. I and i'm saying this now. I got some tough guy. But i think i would go. I'd get out out of the cage. I wanna do a couple of where. I'm just going to have a permit to be outside of the you're not allowed to go outside of the cage. I i got permission. You know. I started working when i started this. Vr project with a. I mean it was like the universe. Transpiring i literally was done with sharks matt lax. I'm on my way antigua. Because i was like okay made my book i did. I did everything trying to change people's perceptions photos aren't doing it and i'm starting my horse project my next book my horse book because i want to about saudi arabia. That's all other story but he did nolde. Yeah going great whites till kony's now no onis men beautiful beautiful like arabian nothing with teeth. Nothing i'm scared. Horses a kick in the hanno shit. I you're right about that like i. I think you're exactly right about. I am not down with risk. Assessment advocate don't jump out of planes. You know what i mean like. I mean diameter. i'm not as bantu. I assess things but joe out of planes. I've never i wouldn't. Why would you would you go. Parish is pulling that not were in point that not working and then having that but and by the way why jump out of a perfectly good airplane right it is flying. I'm not scared to fly. Because when i was a kid an airline p et engine was engulfed in flames and they turned around landing back in athens and the adults went and ripped the cages off the barnes to get drunk at that point. I knew i will never die in a plane. So what was what you were there. Oh the end yes. Oh so. I'm sitting there at at the airport and i'm like vr. I'm never put goggles on. And that's the future where people want to explore space nasons underwater. I own that patriots. Phone co. media 'cause i did in my head. I'm like wait. It's a ball of cameras. I put in a pool. I can take you with me. And then i can maybe change perception because if you go with me so i call in guo this media company. I work with us. I want to make the blue player of vr. But i want to do it now or just want to moun- call the five. Prussian company seems to be back in three weeks. So get back. They all want me to make okay good. That means it's a good idea. Now was on a wednesday as are making the appointments. Two days later on saturday. A phone call from this guy named andrew uber man who's had a neuroscience at stanford. He's like my own interested in your short work. I'm like okay and he's like were you scared of sharks and like yeah petrified. He's like now you swim with them with no cage. No medals nothing. Just your camera. Mcgee you say okay. Well what you've done in the neurosis is like the free climbing of neurology. And you've rewired your brain. And i want to bring you up here. 'cause we wanna start using. Vr technology to help people with ptsd anxiety. Totally believe that. And i'm like andrew. I'm starting to be project right now. And i have no way so we i flew up there. We serve working together. I brought five scientists down and then sort of made a proof of concept Which the only way to shoot underwater is with six go pros. And i'm just like i'm not making this go pros. Monica pick flat. I wanna stereoscopic. See see the depth so i found a company that code virtue that literally made one hundred twenty pound housing with thirteen black magic cameras. A science hundred and twenty moving that thing underwater but i knew me more and brock could do it and so did that and then i had to raise the money well known was putting really big money into vr. That went up that facebook and My character dennis colonnello. Who's one of my god. Just love that guy. He's really helped. My body has my book in his office. One of his client side skjei mike..
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Lick them. If you taste salt the sharks the water which means the motherfucker everywhere. All that thing right out here. There's great way we're down to the bahamas. The waters flat. It's chris gen clearing. You're like oh cool you buddy. The guy with gray suits swimming around. I mean he's not may not be laying on the beach with you but he's out there right so wait and we're killing all these for soup and that's the thing there. You can't just point your finger at the chinese. There's so many american companies and we're killing you know we're there's actually a bill right. Now hosts hosea that will make shark fin catching charts illegal here like then we've got companies here that are shipping all those vin like. There's everyone's because it's a multibillion dollar business for a soup for Medical that has now the problem is is that sharks of the top of a very fragile ecosystem. They keep the oceans healthy because they you take them out you know And then anybody know how many sharks out there well the oceans a big place and you know during this last year you know the ocean nature will handle us like i. That's the thing like we need your swat us off our back that we've not covered was bad. Wait till new york's underwater like you know or whatever like better monitor we and that's what humbles me like when i'm out on a boat had been you know just so much time. The ocean really taught me. You have no control like when code happen. I'm think yeah. I know no control over only thing. I have control over as my reaction and my own thoughts. You can't control. You can't control the environment and wanna talk about this. This whole swimmer our sharks. I know you have some questions for me. Because i can't wait to hear them but You know the and i'm not a I believe in global warming. I i i see it happening in front of your eyes and manifests itself. You know like we live in colorado and you see like snows amid the predictions that in thirty forty years. Aspen colorado has the same climate as amarillo texas. Right all right. i'm fucking out on that. I'm not down with that wildfires everywhere. We're gonna fly in tonight and there's a no fly zone right outside of aspirin like that will start to get some people's attention right all these fat cats there but You've been you mentioned the great barrier reef the the largest living organism in the world the second largest is is a grove of aspen trees between maroon bells and crested. Butte will known fact I if aspen colorado goes to the climate of amarillo texas that grows gone they cannot live in that heat right. And so i hear you man and then we've got you know we've got a president in there that's trying to get you know whatever that fortunately and others to build new energy and whatever and then we got the other half the country say now and you know i'm just trying to use these analogies you know you've got these people that say i'm not gonna wear masks. I'm not going to. So what. What are people gonna do when we say. Hey listen you can only riccar once a week like you know to change right vikes. Yeah you gotta ride bikes. No that's my second amendment right. I don't have to lake the world europe's way ahead of us. Winning was stuff but america was such a baby. Country were two hundred years old and we think we are the bee's knees and we are the leader you know china's been around for thousands of years but it's like the two of us need to set the example but you know prophets people like. I don't know what. I don't understand these like whatever the oil who these billionaires these guys that must have kids grandkids are. Don't don't you want to have like. I just don't get it. It's like Blake it's everywhere but it's not my Well all i can do is what i can do and i'm not perfect but i can do. Little things changes to try to help and that was what i presume. Try to raise awareness. Yes you know. And it's this next generation and they're pissed at us air inheriting this near yana. Do something about. I think they're way more aware than we give them. Credit for it not just on bar mental issues but on health and wellness and longevity like we see this data like our kids believe it. Or not i mean as much as they stared social media and fucking tiktok. They're always staring at that thing. Which is a whole another problem but but they actually care about their longevity which actually care more about it than any other generation previous to them. So i think that's cool. You know when. I look at my kids and yeah can being connected is one thing but being connected to your health and wellness in your longevity. Is you know pretty. don't yeah. Yeah my my oldest daughter into neuroscience. That's what she wants like helping people in watching and they're all about the plant you know they see me. They love the ocean. They've done great white trips with the and all that. So yeah i. I love and i'm doing it for them and all the other kids literally my life is getting to a place. Where that's that's my goal is to help help this planet not really so shoes and products anymore like i. I wanna use my gifts to trade to just sound the alarm box and you're playing with some cool ideas. Which can i want to get into. Yeah but before that. I wanna go back the jaws. It so i grew up swimming. Is you know because we share a passion or shared a passion for traffic. When we were teenagers. I love the clip. The tips sent the the local paper. Wrote about you as i swim. The five hundred those mile swimming is my first and truest love few said to me. You know You got forty more years to live can only do once or would sign you virgo okay. I'm gonna cancer. So i had cancer point nine but I love to swim pool. I don't care yeah nobody. Nobody knows that. I haven't told anybody reading books about it or anything no injuries. Just we'll edit this partner. I don't want anybody to know. And i had an. I had ball cancer. How fucked up is that..
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"It's ninety nine dollars on my eighty-five and that's when my mom damage sick. Oh shit. he's going to have some some issues but her parents were normal. What's that parents were normal. there were you know. Listen to my parents. Were really young when they had us You know my dad was german engineer project. Who was building. The biggest is building a city in saudi called you bail largest construction project every built nuclear power plants german though gender. Send me my mom's native american and portuguese And she you know. She became a born again christian. When i was in second grade. So i you know i. I got a lot of a lot of a lot of coal religion and didn't necessarily jibe with me I love my mom. My parents eight of the best. They could with tools. They had But you know. I had to do a lot of work on. My dad died twenty years ago. That was a huge moment in my life. And it's like. I have three daughters. Now i tell them i mean you know it's like i know that i've done stuff that there that you know that they're gonna that's gonna cause them to. That's caused them pain that they're going to have to work through. That's every parent. We all try to do the best. We don't get a manual. You know an end what they have seen as their dad continually doing the work on changing. I'm a big believer in evolving. 'cause look if there's reincarnation i don't wanna come back here really don't and i sorta new. Now what my achilles heels are And yeah but i've been recently talking with tony robbins been. He's really cool. Dude greg rate guy story to just and he's like michael the end of the day all you're looking for love right at the end of the day and i have been doing most of my life. It was taking these pictures in these. The successes say look see unlovable. Look at what i did. You love me. But then i have this core belief that no no. You can't love me. A nephew love to get hurt. Like these really negative core beliefs that kept me from that controlled my life that i didn't know and but the amazing things are rains. A computer you can change that if you do the work at hackett. Yeah how hackett. What by the way. What was it like being born again. Up for your mother being born again christian in saudi arabia fifty years or four years ago. That had what is it. Half our planet you know is is christian so being in saudi arabia mosque. Here's a here's an analogy a mosque across the street from my house. And i said you know. I said to my mom tweet. Those people are burning. lake afire. Fire and shoot me. Our belief and i totally appreciate it sir. Belief is that if you know accept jesus say they're burning lake afire. Moore's happen over this right. Still every hour a loving on on at eight or nine. You know So you know it was. It was It was challenging. you know. I think that you know it's like religion A lot of churches have used fear to control the masses controller congregation etcetera In that did instill fear of like the raptures coming. My career is over. It's not gonna like does it. So you better you better do it. Better get in line. Yeah so you know. It's one of the things i've had to do. A lotta work on you know and and now you know i love my mom and Accept her for who she is. She's an amazing woman. She is san quentin death row. And and Goes and gives the homeless. And you know what i mean. Let's just was was her belief. Just like i have scientologist friends. When i see when i see muslims i'm always like allow shinwa moment. They're like wham like yeah. I know the prayer five times a day. Yeah la la and the capitalist united. A little kabbalah british. Shame is funny after just this process. I've been on like you know. Because i've been really Agnostic my whole life. And i would look at church every sunday. And you're like i'm like what are you folks doing like do we really need to go. Sit over the then. You're an asshole for the six days of the week. But i've i've come around on that manner and not some not that i'm a religious person but I see the value in the merits. In that i see And just forget all you know. And i used to call them hypocrites. John's right of potential hypocrisy. But i i can appreciate that now. That's been cool for me like i. Don't look at that long line of people walking into the congregation the same anymore overnight because most of them are great people heart and then there's the bad apples in those passengers. That are up there. Talking about you know saxon. Whatever and they get caught they right. Yeah exactly where the kids. So but most of the congress and the people of these women. They're really big giving hearts on so. Yeah it's like be open minded. Don't judge anyone it's just you know i have my own. You know beliefs in connection and creativity. And i love it when i i know my thoughts and i know when something comes from from outside and it's so cool it on the amd are we didn't play. We played with a form of that called brain spotty very similar hold. The paddles didn't know the paddles. But it's it's it's more through the through sound and just alternating both sides of the brain. And really you know. Just just settling into this Alternating sound and then and really kind of and you just have to let yourself go down this path and landing on something and then just sit in it and just letting I could play some of the music after. But it's i mean it's pleasant music but it just did it's the in in There is a visual component. Where they Were we would hold up a anything like a point or something and you just sort of follow but the brain knows like all the stuff is embedded. It's a when you land on the spot right and you can be all the way to the ride Coming across fall in the corner of the music's alternating left right brain and man. They'll get just doesn't matter where it is and by just fucking drop you like it was it was it was one of the most powerful things. Yeah i i. For the year i did. I did around the the core the the trauma the something that happened to me really young like i don't mean remember whatever but i visually i could see my heart. And it felt like there was a cantaloupe slice like a piece of cannell about at mckinsey the wound. And you know holding the paddles. Back and forth with the is and Over a period of like two three days working on it and say it what is announced ten. And then we'd do it again in seven and then you know but i actually could. I got the point where it was. It wasn't there anymore. You know what i mean. And and i was okay with it at the same time this meditation guy this indian guru meditation guy came in and he's he's late this the same sort of like the next day where he's like michael. Your inner child is really twisted. Renew your thank need to do a route shaqra. Meditation go to youtube and type Chocolate meditation. So i said okay i went to you too..
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"This episode michael. Thanks for being here pleasure. We got a lot to talk about. I'm not i. I've listened I listen to you on some other shows and obviously just dug into the whole thing. It's there's kind of a lot here like there's we are gonna talk about and by the way never my life have i said You know. Happy shark awareness. Day right drop in this today. Shark awareness day. Yup i wanna talk about sharks. And i know you wanna talk about him because i have thoughts on. I had not the man in the grey suit. Yeah i had those two. We're gonna talk and we're gonna go all over the place we're going to talk about triathlons we're gonna talk about Saudi arabia i want to. Yeah that's crazy in. I really want to dive into a just not obviously your professional work but just your personal work yound. This is an area that that i was fascinated. By as i listened to you on other shows but stuff that i'm happy to share just my own journey with that really over the last twelve months which radio for me as a fifty year old dudes like you fucking wimps like it when you see in go away like do all day. Startling you lame. Like that's the way. I lived for forty nine years until i couldn't. Yeah me too. I'm fifty and i was a prisoner to to beliefs. That i that controlled my life that i didn't even now did so much work but didn't know the little tricks until just recently because covid was great. It allowed me to really fucking work on me right. Yeah i think Just sort of and not to be critical of talk therapy..
"muller" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Hey everybody welcome. Back to the forward podcast. My guest today is michael. Muller for those of you who haven't heard of him you certainly seen. His work is photographed. Some of the biggest Celebrities actors politicians athletes influencers all over the world and and he's also very prolific On the commercial side shoots for tons of big brands This isn't necessarily what attracted to me. Although as i perused his website. He's taken some amazing photos. That are that will live on forever. I think the one that speaks to me. The most are the one that stuck out. The most was after the passing of kobe. Bryant many of you might have seen the cover of time magazine with kobe on the cover standing on the court bowing Well that was. Michael muller And he is. I met him and and sat with him for a good ninety minutes. I realized why So many people that That that view time is their most precious commodity. Trust him because he's got a great vibe grade energy Does amazing work efficiently And just just a cool dude. We jumped straight in lately. I've been wanting to kind of go deeper with folks and He came in ready. I was saving it for the end. And he just he came out. Guns a blazing acid. Shit let's go We've we've I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation. And the folks that have had a preview of it did as well It quickly became one of the one of the favorite episode. One of my favorite episodes that we've ever done here on the forward So thank you to michael for that Today is it. You probably don't know this. But today because i didn't know this until they told me a few weeks ago but today shark awareness day. This is a big deal to michael muller tons of misperceptions out there about these beasts And and you know as i call them. The guys with the gray suits underwater but They are everywhere and they're quickly being depleted from our worlds oceans but We wanted to drop this today. in recognition of that as well as in recognition or or in conjunction with his new film which is called into the now which is a mostly underwater muller Came up with a Sort of innovative three d camera system where he could actually go underwater. Not just with sharks but with all kinds of sea animals. And i watched it on innocuous it is mind blowing. You're able to watch it on the phone if you can enjoy it on innocuous. It's you literally feel like you're underwater for a couple of hours to swimming with these great beasts Traveled all over the world all the big oceans all the big dive sites and Even got me in the middle of the show To commit to go on a dive with them outside of the cage with some great whites and I'll do it. He also tried to give me a few other to give me do a few other things in there. That i may not do. You can listen in and get a load of that but Fascinating fascinating guy. Had it was a complicated guy and had a had a wildlife the man is you kickin ass now so to all you sharks out there. Happy awareness day and For fans of of these style films i it really is mind blowing. Please check out into the now. You won't be disappointed. i hope you up. Y'all enjoy this conversation. I know i certainly did. Today's.
After 2-Year Battle, House Panel Interviewing Trump Counsel
"After trying for more than two years the house Judiciary Committee is questioning Donald trump's former top White House lawyer on trump's orders then White House counsel don began to fight at twenty nineteen subpoenaed to speak with the panel which was investigating whether trump tried to obstruct justice department probes into his campaign's ties to Russia special counsel Robert Muller's report quoted extensively from interviews with McGann who described trump's efforts to stifle the investigation of federal court agreement led to McCann's appearance today but the deal also means members likely won't learn anything new both sides agreed again would be questioned privately and only about what the publicly available parts of the moment report a tribute to him Sager mag ani Washington
Deal Reached for Ex-White House Counsel McGahn's Testimony
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a deal has been reached for former White House counsel don begins testimony before a house committee an agreement has been reached for don began who was White House counsel during the trump administration to answer questions in private from the house Judiciary Committee according to a court document filed Wednesday evening Democrats who run the committee have been seeking testimony from again for two years it's part of an investigation of potential obstruction of justice by former president Donald Trump during special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation under the agreement negotiated by the committee and the justice department but gamble only be questioned about information attributed to him in portions of the mother report that are publicly available the date for the interview has not been set Mike Crossey out Washington
Judge Orders Release of DOJ Memo Justifying Not Prosecuting Trump
"Judge in dc ordered the justice department to release a document that they've been trying to keep secret for years. Now it's the document. The justice department drew up to justify not bringing criminal charges against then president donald trump for obstruction of justice. Judge amy berman jackson and her blistering ruling this week said that trump attorney general bill barr and other trump justice department officials had essentially lied to the public and lied to the court about bars decision. That trump wouldn't be prosecuted despite the muller investigation laying out more than ten potentially criminal instances in which the president acted to obstruct the investigation into russia. Interfering in the two thousand sixteen election to help trump win the presidency of the justice department is under very very very new management. It's going to be interesting to see if the justice department. Now under attorney-general merrick garland follows judge jackson's ruling and releases document about not prosecuting trump. Or will they appeal to continue the trump justice department's efforts to keep that documents secret. The clock is ticking. On that we've been watching this every day. Now because they've got less than two weeks to either file that appeal or let that document see the light of day and in either case it's to be a really big deal. If we do see that document and as the judge hinted in her ruling it turns out that bar and the trump justice department never substantively considered the evidence evidence against trump if it turns out the evidence that trump committed obstruction was just ignored. Well that puts a very hot potato. In the lap of the new justice department leadership under president biden as to whether they might pursue those charges against trump nail
MINEBRIDGE RAT Embedded to Look Like Job Resumes.
"Now we have been tracking this muller family for past couple of years And what was interesting in. This case was It was leveraging resume. Our jobs also related to couple other campaigns that we saw in some of the tdp's tactics techniques and procedures that the tractor used in this campaign matched what we saw early last year as well. Well let's dig into the research together here You start off with some thread attribution. Who do you think is likely behind this. So based on some of the techniques that we saw here we are attributing this with a moderate confidence to threat actor file fi which is a financially motivated threat group. That has been active since At least twenty fourteen. I now attribution is a you know. It's a difficult game because you know it's very easy to see overlap in infrastructure across different actors as well based on some of the things that we absurd. Are we feel like it's deify. Well let's walk through the attack flow together. How does someone find themselves Falling victim to this so if you look at the attached in it starts with a job resume document so it's a macro document that will prompt the victim to enable content which is to run the metro out if the victim falls for that back it up a pdf and show. The actual. i would say decoy profile of someone who's trying to apply for the job But in the back end what happens is The macro code will leverage Windows finger dot. Ese it's a legitimate program to download malicious content from the attacker control infrastructure.
Matt Gaetz: Why Is He Being Investigated?
"Lots talk right now about florida. Representative matt gaetz. Why what is going on with matt. Gaetz matt gaetz seems to be in a lot of legal trouble is what's going on tonight. Florida congressman matt gates is defending himself amid reports. The justice department is investigating is alleged relationship with a seventeen year old girl. Investigators looking into the alleged relationship from two years ago whether gates possibly violated sex trafficking laws when he allegedly paid for travel and other expenses for the team all things. The republican strongly denies it as a horrible allegation and it is a lie. He's being investigated for payments. He may have allegedly made to women in exchange for sex in one case a woman who was under each seventeen years old in one sense. This is a pretty classic political sex scandal but the real reason it seems to have struck such a chord is that gates was one of the most bold outspoken defenders of former president donald trump who was of course plagued by scandal throughout his term in office gates was always there to say. Oh president trump was just being persecuted by the deep state. When robert muller leaves capitol hill. I think the american people will see that there was no collusion and there was oceans of bias and it turns out that the justice department has some questions for representative gates as well before we get into this sordid saga. We should just flag. That matt gaetz has not been charged with anything by anyone relating to the sex scandal correct. That's correct so. This is all stemming from a report initially in the new york times that gates was under investigation for perhaps having sex with a seventeen year old and for the payments to
Carl Zimmer on Defining Life
"Carl. Zimmer joins us now. He is a columnist for the new york times and he is the author of many books. He was last on the podcast for his book. She has her mother's laugh. His new book is called. Life's edge the search for what it means to be alive. Carl thanks for being here. Thanks for having me all right so right now. You're kinda busy. You've been reporting on corona virus for the times. What is that leg. It's kind of overwhelming You know i am kind of startled that you know the whole world wants to read what we at. The scientists have to write about. You know this virus. But i will remember this experience of the past year for the rest of my life really. It's been exceptional as a as a moment in science journalism as a science journalist. Is this an area that you had been looking at for years and years. Were you especially interested in epidemiology or was this sort of switching gears for you. I've had a obsession with viruses for a long time. I'm actually wrote a book called the planet of viruses a few years ago. So you know. I've reported on ebola and influenza over the years of have done the virus thing. And so you know i i felt like well i can bring my experience to bear on this and and so basically it just started doing the same kind of reporting about this virus but now of course this is a virus that was causing a kind of pandemic that we have not seen for one hundred years. You're not the only journalist covering this pandemic obviously not even the only journalists covering this pandemic on the scientists at the times. How do you all kind of divide it up. Do you have an area in particular that you are looking at specifically yet. None of us can do this alone absolutely and we have to really roll with the punches. You know i was focusing a lot on vaccines for example in the fall overseeing our tracker and then we started to to see these variants were popping up. Then we're of serious concern so i basically had to carve out some time to work on variants but mental really. My colleague has also been writing about various. Like crazy and ben muller and we actually have several people who who just try to keep up with the variants. You know and and there are other people who are handling the store. All the stories of vaccine distribution geopolitics and long cova. There be other people handling that. It's it's such an enormous story. What about it most interest you personally. Well i'm most interested in in The pandemic ending besides that that and not being sick. Yes yeah is unsettling jim how this pandemic has played out exactly. As scientists had warned it would
Apple positioned to offer cryptocurrencies: RBC report
"Rbc's got a new guy following up all and he is coming on strange apples. Three dot over and part of a note from abc analyst. Mitch steve's taking over the apple beat from robert muller. According to steve's note fundamentals apple remained secure with cash flowing business related to iphones peripherals computers and services. But what he really likes is the money. Apple could make in cryptocurrency not mining not buying but using apple wallet to let its installed base of one point five billion devices and the people who use them into the game the way the analyst sees it if apple decides to enter into the crypto currency exchange business multibillion dollar in we think the firm could immediately gain market share and disrupt the industry while simultaneously making the usa a leader in crypto for the next ten to twenty years if only two hundred million of those one point five billion got into crypto currency steve stingers that potential revenue opportunity would be an excess of forty billion dollars a year
Who is the international community?
"Myanmar's progress towards democracy. During the two thousand and ten with nobel peace laureate aung sang suu as de facto head of government was widely understood as a good news. Story this week myanmar's military. The top madore decided that the democratic experiment had proceeded far enough claiming fraud in the most recent they threw a coup. D'etat seized power. Back and returned san suu now. Tarnished as an accessory to the tottenham does own recent accesses to detention the international community has responded predictably and in famous correctly demanding respect for the election results the restoration of constitutional order and so forth. Also this week. Us president joe biden in his first speech on foreign policy since taking office declared that america was ready willing and able to resume its traditional self awarded role as lead of that international community. But at this point what actually is the international community who decides what it thinks and are there really any penalties for defying or ignoring it. This is the foreign desk. But you're now seeing two sets of institutions governing although it's questionable how much actual authority the people without guns have to force their parliamentary decisions. At this point. The burmese military should relinquish power. They have seized release the advocates and activists and officials they have detained suspected. Criticism from western countries has relatively little direct. But it's not that they don't care at all it's noteworthy that they've gone to just extraordinary lengths to create alibis covers for the coup the very few occasions when you say that sanctions all the threat of sanctions hadn't affect i think would be the ending of the apartheid period south africa but they require cooperation and agreement among any state that has major economic relations with a particular state that is really under threat of sanctions. So that's pretty rare frontier. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew muller joined first of all by amen taunt a reporter based in yang-gon well first of all let's try and make sense of what has been occurring this week. How did the first hours of the coup ataur unfold as you experienced it. Was there a heightened military presence in the streets was a news broadcast social media alerts. How do they establish power. It's not like they lack practice this by now. Sure so the first couple hours were extremely chaotic. One was quite sure what was happening. Although most people had figured out that there was a coup so basically most people woke up on monday not being able to use their phones so there are some cards. Weren't giving them service. There was some rewards that depending on which company you are with. You have some level of service depending on where you are in the country. You had some notable service. But for me i couldn't call out and i didn't have any mobile data. Luckily i have wifi at home. Which is not true for a lot of people but yeah in the first few hours in django that weren't really military much of a military presence as far as i understand. Although in the days leading up to the coup there were some quite frightening pictures of tanks in yanko near military installations and what has gone. Felt like since how much of what was already passing for normal life i guess given the pandemic but how much is the feel of the city changed since the coup d'etat. Everyday's a little bit different. So the first day i went out to the markets just alexi what i could over here talk to people because you know people were getting online and a first a couple hours. Not everyone knew. The markets were busier than normal. There were more men. The normal people seem like they were ignoring the one person per household rule a lot more than they were. Previously people are largely ignoring the rules at this point in the pandemic here. But yeah like you just saw a lot of groups of people as opposed to the person who cooks which is generally a woman here but a couple hours in so maybe around nine. Ten people started panic buying especially rice. A lot of rice shops ran out of rice quite early in the morning. You know they generally never run out that bryce they usually are quite. we'll start but by the evenings. The supply chain was flowing again and had sort of compensated and the streets emptied out after a while but there was a while where people were trying to rush the banks. All the banks shut the atm set down. And then people try to. The gold shops and the gold shops started shutting down this
"muller" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Saying okay. You're not gonna. Drywall like everyone else in your family. Or do like a blue-collar Do something because you're that's just not how you are. It's like i grew up. I had asthma and stuff. Like is like Kid yep so then what. What did you learn from this in kind of how did you turn this into what you became well. The next month. I started working for other people at agencies. I was like i have all these skills. I've done everything in internet marketing. The email marketing written a five hundred article websites yet done paid ads. I've done marketing strategy. Like i've really done everything automation in this or that or not lost. Yeah it's always in las. But i thought like like this is this dream is not good and it's like i should have noticed it right away so while i learned a lot of things i mean. This is definitely an early planting experience. For what i do. Now i had. I had a period of probably about four years. Like i said we're working for other people in 'em link and really at that point you're just diagnosing the problem you're like this is what's wrong with this industry. This is what people are doing wrong. He get a bright idea and then they go to market with that bright idea because someone on the board liked it and it's like nah man like you got to focus on your customer. Always so. I think that. I think my story is one where i am the type of person like i am. I'm a flat out. Adhd guy and one thing that can do is make you really rigid in your thinking you when idea and you there for ten years which is not really good so but you know it's like it's kind of like the the guy who gets brain damage and Memory competition you know because he's trying that much harder because he has this personal thing to overcome. So i've ground my teeth to dust trying to make myself the agile stop going direction. It's not working immediately. Like look for the signal from people. You talk to people and i sent you my bio and you're like hey i'm really into this like i can't wait to talk to you. And dat is the difference between pivoting quickly in not pivoting really quickly as as soon as you get that feedback and you candidate. Keep going in that direction or you get that feedback and you like i think the lesson is just about putting your own ego aside which you can never even recognized like pride is a hardest thing to recognize. 'cause it's just your lens like that's just how the world is that. I'm right about these things like. Why can't people see this so yelling. Starting with what the market wants and people say this all the time in ego while. I don't know how to do that. I don't know how to do that market research. It seems really boring. I like this thing that i'm doing so i'm just gonna spend a year doing this. Failing thing instead of spending one day of market research to just hit it may direction a lot in its leg. it's definitely that lake Prevention is like a pound of cure yet here right. That's that's the saying and facebook. Ads is so amazing. Because it's like you've been given this stink tank of people who don't know you're watching them and they're just going to click on things they find are interesting in a way that you can test the market picking audience that somewhat similar to the people that you would wanna market to and then just compare your numbers to each other like you can do it wrong and it will still be a million times better than doing it not at all so let me summarize a few things. I take away when i think about the way. Marketing is done by most people most companies. And i would say by myself..
James Comey and Truth in Government
"Joe klein joins us now to talk about a new book. From james comey. It's called saving justice truth. Transparency and trust. Joe thanks for being here screwed to be with you. All right joe. You don't need any introduction but for those who are not familiar with. Joey is a former writer for the new yorker former columnist for time magazine author of many many books including perhaps most famously when that did not appear with his byline primary colors And a follow up novel running meat and this week he reviews for us at james. Comey's second book so the obvious question. I have to ask i is. How does this book differ from his previous book. Well it doesn't differ very much at all actually except for one thing. He rehearses all of the confrontations he had with donald trump in both books but in the second book he places that in the context of the need for truth and transparency in government. Which i think is a valuable thing. The book is the repetition of the first book but it's not an insignificant repetition because of the the context that he now placed it so the first book higher loyalty was kind of hybrid memoir both from his earlier days as a prosecutor in the department of justice and then for his brief period at the doj under trump but it was also kind of manifesto about justice. It feels like on the surface this new book saving justice is kind of exactly the same thing. Well yeah it is. It is the same thing and it's obviously something that cody feels very strongly about. But i think you know the important thing here is his view of justice and his view of the fbi remember he was the fbi director. Whom trump fired because he allowed the russian investigation continue which resulted after he was fired in the hiring. A bob muller as special investigator but komi has a very distinctive view of justice. And i and its ecclesiastical he sees the members of the justice department all the way down to assisted. Da's out in the country as being part of a sacred priesthood sworn to absolute honesty to complete probity to conducting the business in entirely facts based and nonpartisan manner and you can see how that might conflict with donald trump right. Does he talk about what's happened at the department of justice since his departure. He doesn't talk about that all that much except to say that it has been corrupted by trump trump spent the last four years trying to make it into a partisan weapon to go after his enemies in. Kobe is appalled by that. One of the things that you do in your review is draw the distinctions between trump's view of justice and company's point of view. Is that something that komi himself dozen. The boker was that you. He doesn't to a certain extent. But i teased it out a little bit from me. The most important thing that is kind of gone overlooked about trump if anything can be said to have been overlooked is his view of the world which came out in the second debate with joe biden where he said only low. Iq refugees showed up for their refugee hearings in other words. The smart ones absconded. Only stupid people abide by the laws. Smart people get around it. Only stupid people pay off their creditors. Smart people stiffen and that is donald trump's operating philosophy and unfortunately it seems to be the operating philosophy a lot of his followers and that stands in direct contravention of commes operating philosophy. Which is you gotta tell the truth. I don't think you could find two more temperamentally opposite. People trump and komi. But what's interesting at least in the little bit of this book that i read it seems is a slight shift in tone from the last book i mean in part it seems like he's he is trying to draw contrast he opens up the book with donald trump sort of leaning back in his chair and telling him that putin showed off to him apparently about russia having the best prostitutes in the world. And he's telling that james comey. Yeah that would not go over very well. Comas is a religious catholic and And as i said he's religious about the notion of justice and truth. I mean he tells a story about his early days as a us district attorney where he was working a drug case and he had a government informant named vinny and it turned out that they put vinnie in the witness protection program and vinnie took the opportunity to get married. The problem is that he was also married in his former life which meant he was now a bigamist which is a crime and komi says that it was his absolute responsibility. Even though the bigamy had nothing to do with the drug case in question to tell the other side the defendant's lawyers that vinnie was a bigamist. And that shows you the degree to which komi will go in the defense of the truth almost to the point of myopia. I
Trump issues 26 more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner
"And the partners. Just keep coming. Cnn reporting president trump wednesday announced twenty six new pardons including ones for longtime ally roger stone former campaign chairman. Paul manafort and white house senior adviser. Jared kushner's father charles those pardons of manafort and stole reward. Two of the most high profile and widely condemned for advisors of the president. Both of whom were indicted by special counsel. Robert muller went to trial and were convicted by jury of multiple crimes.
Trump pardons Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner
"Partners. Just keep coming. Cnn reporting president trump wednesday announced twenty six new pardons including ones for longtime ally roger stone former campaign chairman. Paul manafort and white house senior adviser. Jared kushner's father charles. Those parts manafort and stone reward two of the most high profile widely condemned for advisers of the president. Both of whom were indicted by special counsel. Robert muller went to trial and were convicted by juries of multiple crimes.
Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner
"New evidence surfaced of just how wild and crazy things could get in the last days of donald trump's presidency. The white house announced that the president had issued a new round of pardons that included. Paul manafort his former campaign chairman and roger stone his longtime political adviser both of whom had been convicted of crimes. Going out of robert muller's russia investigation. And as if that wasn't enough trump also pardoned charles kushner. The father of his son-in-law jared kushner who had been convicted of illegal campaign contributions tax evasion and witness tampering
Trump pardons Paul Manafort, Roger Stone and Charles Kushner
"People receiving pardons Wednesday, including Tomb or associated with the 2016 Trump campaign. Former Trump Campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former adviser Roger Stone were granted pardons. Both have been called in the special counsel's Russia probe. Manafort, convicted of tax fraud stone convicted of lying under oath to lawmakers, President Trump also pardon Charles Kushner, the father of presidential adviser Cherry Kushner. The older Kushner admitted to tax fraud. Fox is Jill NATO on Fox is Tucker Carlson Tonight, Roger Stone said his prosecution on charges of lying to Congress was purely political Election day when no one was watching. The Justice Department released the last remaining redacted sections of the Muller report in which they admitted that they had no evidence whatsoever of my colluding with Russia. Wikileaks Julian Massage trafficking and emails President had previously commuted stones prison sentence. He has now traveled to his moral Lago resort for the holiday.
Trump pardons former campaign chairman Paul Manafort
"President trump has issued another batch of pardons to nearly thirty people including his son in law's father and trump's former campaign chairman on the new list of those now pardoned or granted clemency Charles Kushner a real estate developer who pleaded guilty to tax evasion witness tampering and making illegal campaign contributions in two thousand five Kushner son Jared as a White House adviser and married to trump's daughter Ivanka and two more trump confidants convicted in order to jail in the Russia probe former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and close friend Roger stone whose prison sentence had already been commuted by the White House observers say the president's using the power of his office to dismantle the results of special counsel Robert Muller's investigation having pardoned another campaign associate Tuesday Jackie Quinn Washington
"muller" Discussed on The Lead
"Surfer Thomas Miller has been at the heart of this buyer Munich team and really the heart of the club for more than a decade now I could you just describe what he's like as a person? ? Is Very funny or anything all I have time I have time and then me the road runner they have to by roadrunner cancer had the steal ball doesn't always come across in English, because , it's very difficult for humans to translate well but he is very funny in minutes I ever show with A. . TV team, , I say completed. . No Fun. . Is. Very . intelligent straightforward I think he has good sense of what it is. . That makes a team successful. . Thank you for the mets trophy. . But I think we have <hes>. . Maybe twelve or fifteen players. . That deserves the trophy as well. . We worked so hard. . We work with and I think on top of that. . He personifies what it means to be a bavarian. . You know buying is the German word for that area just very wealthy very beautiful. . It is the stereotypical. . Germany for most foreigners who we think of deer think of people lederhosen people sometimes look down on these guys lederhosen their beer as being slightly simpleton maybe a little bit argument and and Brash Ovens. . But for for Bavarians, , it is a sense of pride after the training session the stars took part in the traditional power Lana Lederhosen photo shoot. . And when you combine that with buying as a football institution who play on that heightened sense of Bavarian, , he think represents those contradictions but also the the bland and the combination of these things in a way that no other bind player does at the moment. . And in terms of soccer. . I have to say Thomas. . Miller is one of the strangest players I've ever seen. . Can you explain what makes him so unusual he is strange because he holds a really important position for one of the best teams in the world without being necessary obviously a gifted player. . Because of his spindly legs and this upright running frame and this, , he looks like a middle distance runner than a footballer I try not to be that muscular than my teammates because <hes>. . Less weight on my bones, , his less injury, , and that's my secret. . It just don't see the the beauty elegance to so even the power the most played at this level brain and there's always something ungainly love it awkward about the way he and controls the ball he likes to Shin The ball router. . Hindi cleanly speak about jumped all the time. . Is Elite. . I think once said that he's the best worst player in the world. . I once thought that you know he was playing with a white t-shirt underneath his shirt poking out as some kind of wife beater show underneath and maybe I was imagine it almost got the sense that he was doing it on purpose to just give the impression that this is just this random guys just walked onto the pitch and he can't possibly be any good and opponents look thinking. . Who is this guy and then twenty minutes later he's got two goals against them. . So I think he's perfected that sleight of hand and is quite happy that people still think he's somehow know a good player and I think it takes you quite a bit of time and and different viewpoint to understand what it is yet she brings to the team and I tried to explain that my my biggest quality is maybe. . The game without ball because in this time we had his game is all based on on movement on ideas on the interpretation of space as he wants himself, , put it. . So eloquently than my qualities to do to get in the right space to the right time. . Maybe. . Space Interpreter. . But what does is so incredibly effective it's much easier to understand why successive bind coaches have founded absolutely necessary to make him keep playing a key position and also why successive coaches who haven't been able to see the beauty of mirrors game. . F-. . Often found themselves fired will speaking of that last season under Niko Kovac Thomas Miller spent a lot of time on the bench way is that I think you could call it just didn't understand what was the devil was doing for. . Him <hes> Kovachev, , slightly more reactive systems more defensive system. . He often played with three midfielders and three attackers. . So middle often found themselves very far away from goal. . So you really losing the best attributes familiar plane in that position and eventually <unk> almost but I have of applies knows wide positions and if anything I will use them as a backup for the doc- through the middle is mistake was to say that to Miller you you're my backup option which didn't go down well. . And because the results were bad because you know unhappy million addressing is not not a good thing. . It all add it to the reasons he coach was eventually fired many. . He mishandled Muna mishandled the team N.. . Misunderstood I think the the real importance of murder which now has become apparent when small. .
"muller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"muller" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Muller's testimony yesterday and it's leading to questions about what could happen when the president leaves office congressman Buck joins us live to talk all about a good morning thanks for coming on good morning absolutely first did you go in with that question in mind or did it sort of just present itself based on what mother was saying so I I had prepared a different script and two attorneys before me to members before me had gone over those questions that I didn't think it was worthwhile going over the month third time so when I asked the question the answer was in the record and and then he clarified the answer into subsequent opportunities his opening statement in the intelligence committee said he would not opine whether the president had committed the crime of obstruction of justice or not and I think he was confused by my question and answer my question that a president hypothetically could be charged after he left office he was not saying that this president should be charged with obstruction after he left office so I see we're splitting the difference but does that change the calculus for you realizing let's just go to that point that it's the barrier of him being president not the fact that maybe what he did was not wrong does that change your opinion of maybe what the the mother report revealed so what happened in mother report was the the the the special counsel Robert Muller clearly exonerated the president or at least made the decision not to charge the president with any conspiracy involving Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election then the special counsel even though the regulations say the only two choices the **** recommend prosecution or declination charges then the special counsel one board and said your ten factual scenarios where there may be obstruction of justice but I'm not going off my point was very simple if you've offered an opinion on the Russian interference issue why don't you offer an opinion on the obstruction issue it was clear to me from reading the factual scenarios studying the long on on obstruction there is no obstruction charge to be brought and I think the the special counsel should have said that in the report did you get any criticism though from those in your own party since your exchange with Muller probably help Democrats more than Republicans it didn't because after he clarified what he meant and two separate occasions it's clear that the Democrats don't have a leg to stand on when it comes to the obstruction charge are we any further down the road to where this is going to be done and and you can move forward I guess with the with the country's business or we can continue to have this re hashing but you know it's up to the Democrats make that decision but I think it's clear that they did not get what they wanted from the the hearings yesterday in fact there was a lot of push back from the left that it was a a missed opportunity or at least the the are not building their case for impeachment and I think we will be moving forward I hope we will be moving for today we have a hearing on immigration on the boards of the hearing and and I hope that we develop some solutions all right will run at that congressman can buy thanks for the time thank you we may see some of these other folks in the trump administrations past going to court trying to subpoena them to have hearings like what we saw with Robert Muller yesterday we will see all worth financial brings us Pat.
"muller" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Muller wrote a letter in late March complaining to attorney general William bar, the poor page memo to congress describing the principal conclusions of the investigation, quote, did not fully capture the context nature and substance of Muller's work. According to a copy of taken by the Washington Post days after bars announcement Muller wrote a previously unknown private letter to the Justice department, which revealed a degree of dissatisfaction with the public discussion of Muller's work that shocked senior Justice department officials the summary letter the department sent to congress and released to the public late in the afternoon of March twenty four th do not fully capture the contents nature and substance of this offices, work and conclusion is there's an important part. There is now a public confusion about critical aspects of the results of our investigation this threatens to undermine central purpose for which the department appointed the special counsel to assure full public confidence in the outcome of investigations. The letter made a key request the bar release. The reports instruction introductions and executive summaries and made some Nishel suggested reactions for doing so Justice department officials say they were taken aback by the tone of Muller's letter it came as a surprise to them that he had such concerns day. The letter said our Muller spoke by phone for about fifteen minutes. That's what that was about the next day bar member sends another letter to congress saying, oh, my summering wasn't meant to be a summary. A really because we got that impression from the minute said summary was called summary. Yeah. Republicans on the committee are expected the question bar about an insertion surgeon. He made earlier this month that officials had engaged in spying on the Trump campaign. Rosenstein, just complete disgrace. Yeah. I try to the promise that president. Now. I'll drive you to the prom. Oh, convertible another another career right blown reputations blown to tatters for this. Trader. I I don't know a has on them. I don't know what he's promised seventy two virgins, whatever no idea. I know is that this people that this thing that they called God ain't working God can't get to the heads of Trump and Mitch McConnell that God. Is not working. Yeah. This God thing. Yeah. It's interesting. Here's another comment. Malcolm said this on our show before too. He reminds us that Al Capone didn't go to prison for murder for tax evasion. Money stuff, which is why they're furiously fighting because he is compromised, and that's the other thing Malcolm said this report did not look at is he compromise. Which clearly the most of us have eyes and ears. The answer's yes. Yes. That's why he's furiously suing did not have his tax returns Deutsche Bank records business records revealed. And the other thing is people asked about in the Cuna about the counterintelligence section and doctors others. The other who told me, by the way, his daughter grew up on our show. Chris. That he she freaked out when he was leaving. I grew up on seventy better is that wise. Question your parenting? All right. Thank you. But the asked about the counterintelligence part, and they said, oh, no that is going. They're not always said to us that is a spy hunt. And that is not there's no way to stop that. Then it is ongoing. This is why. Southpaw tweeted, Adam Schiff is telling Chris Hayes he hasn't been getting counterintelligence updates relating to the rush investigation that they've gone dark for a year and a half. That's the other thing we need to know, what is going on America's national security, and what's happening with the twenty twenty elections. Right. Exactly. What might be compromised? Yeah. No, exactly in which states. Yeah. It's all coming out here. Now empty wheel tweeted bargain impeachment referral, and tried to treat it as something else. And that is clear in the mall report. If you read it, it is clear that he is saying the only basically similar reasons charged is because of this stupid rule, which really is dumb rule that you can't indicted sitting president for the body of everything you see in the mall report. So at any rate. Yeah. Clearly, I think he mentions congress usually twenty times it is very clear. And so I'm sure remember what how what did I say Chris couple days ago when Muller testifies, and they ask did you mean for the attorney general exonerate him? He will say no throat, and are they gonna ask them? Did you mean for congress to get the full and unredacted reports? Yes. Of course, he did. That's what they are constitutionally entitled to the thing is the reason that they're still not how what did I say when this came out? How is that stuff? Yeah. The underlying materials, what's redacted and the grand juries sharpie out. Yeah. Get another one. I'm running out. Now, the one. By golf card, by the way, say so this is a message to Democrats, Nicole. Wallace tweeted this debate about the politics of impeachment being bad for Democrats blows my mind. Imagine if beach reviewed is politically popular Debs would be accused of commencing impeachment hearings for political gain Dempsey, take politics out and do the right thing. And I would argue it's going to be great for them politically exhibit A Elizabeth Warren has rocketed up to second in the democratic rights having bright little leaguer at the plate and swing the bat. Right to walk. Right. I mean, Joe Biden still way ahead. But but interesting the Bernie has plummeted quite a few points to third, but, but that's a huge story mayor Pete and Elizabeth Warren have throw. Yeah. Elizabeth Warren is up to second leadership. That looks like I love it from her. She has to hone days and putting out like really specific policy points, which is requesting Chris that's why I've been saying she's a perfect textbook example of the walk and chew gun caucus every that I keep talking about she's showing how you do what she's putting out very detailed policy, and she's putting policy points and showing you how we're going to pay for them. Right. That's what is wanted forever. Nebulous stuff from everybody else people accusing her of doing the peace thing for politics. Like, are you kidding? I mean, first of all she doesn't really talk about it anymore unless she's asked. She just said I read the report there is no other option we have no other option here when a new nickname, polka Trump bass. Yeah. No. Oh, my God friendly Fernando Bondi. Eric Holder, humid, a repenting tweets that they wrote before this came out, right? Eric Holder had tweeted any competent public corruption prosecutor would bring obstruction charges against Trump and win. The only reason Muller did not was because of the flawed DOJ every restriction against a sitting president. He said so below congress now has a constitutional responsibility. Here it is congress and boy Republicans just hop on board. Chris van Holland just posted the audio. We just played of him lying. You can't have an attorney general at lied to congress. I mean, okay. He said we now know Mahler stated his concerns on March twenty seventh and that bar totally misled me, the congress and the public. He must resign. He's in charge of making sure laws are followed in the United States for him to not follow the laws kind of disqualifying. Yeah. Just throwing that out there. Yeah. A lie under oath to congress. Once again, man, I hope we are people are paying attention Democrats. The media is how we got here is people being a bunch of sees. Yeah. After the bar cover up in falling in line. The people that Greenwald is further stretching to the Uber left. Hashtag, right. Yeah. We just talked about before know, Malcolm was doing a whole a whole hour talk. But it just that is not a knock on Bernie or Bernie supporters that the last the Khuda gras of the Russia operation. We welcome said started. I mean. Back to the final piece of this was to target Sanders. Supporters. That's not a knock on Bernie Sanders imports. But it was the whole point of the Russian operation was to devise hurt Hillary Jeff Sessions by pool in the Bahamas. Go Pablo wrong language, anyways. I would like to have another mo- hito, please. I am glad I recused myself delicious. Kevin. I mean, you know, broke it down that it really is very simple to understand the whole Russian operation is Russia. Good Hillary, bad Trump. Good. It's very simple to understand what they started doing and long. And he said this actually started rock Obama. Oh was reelected. And what's happening? What's happening? Dress for to make okay. Yes. This did not age. Well. This was always on Fox News that Glenn Greenwald. Go on Fox News to be a few whenever this was all we heard for twenty months is Robert Miller is a man of the greatest integrity and patriotism, the idea the very idea just think about this that he would allow Bill bar to run around making false and misleading distortions about what the molar team found and not one person on the Muller team, including Bob Mueller himself would stand up and say, wait a minute. He's distorting what our findings was that is laughable xactly the conspiracy theories that led to this entire mess in the first place. Hello men. That's me having the last laugh. Bring kind of dumb. It's just too many to be relevant little Nance bashing that other. There's there's one more from you to hear it. Well, want is kind of a strong word, but okay, Rachel, Maddow, and MSNBC are the Judy. Miller's of this story except unlike Judy Miller who scapegoated for doing things her male colleague in her career destroyed. Rachel, maddow. We'll continue to make ten million dollars a year for him because she's their most valuable brand. Yes, there will be no reckoning and consequences for this story that the media will radically raise and deliberately wrong for almost three years. Now glad kept.
"muller" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Favorite radio talk show host is on the air right now. Right. Mr baldwin. Sean Hannity conduct by the Muller team. Or are you aware of actions that they've taken that you think should be independently investigated by destroying the set the nineteen thousand texts of struck and page, I told you at the beginning this thing began illegitimately it began with struck and the end the Steele dossier, which is totally false eight four by Hillary Clinton. Imagine. The search warrant is based on a bought and paid for Jason ofo research paid for by a political candidate a piece of garbage, and they don't properly alert the court to that a lot of deep state news Hannity. Deep state watch continues as Giuliani accusing the Muller team Muller himself of destroying key evidence. And he made this over the Christmas break, the media, of course, pretends not to notice, but if you think the magnet how what that would do to this case if true why were those nineteen? Eighteen thousand texts why were the phones of page and struck cleaned white cleaned. How is it that the left always gets away with wiping stuff away? But then look at the case of general Flynn, general Flynn, you don't need a lawyer says the deputy FBI director Maccabee now just it's going gonna come over. And a couple of guys gonna talk to you know, big deal James, call me bragging about the fact that he on day four the Trump administration Senate has FBI agents something he'd never would do if Obama was president or if Bush was president, but he wanted to take advantage of Trumpian president, he all they all had an agenda. He knew about the dossier being unverified and salacious and bony. But he's still signed off on it. And one of these people are going to be held responsible and Giuliani said that Muller should be investigated for destruction of evidence for allowing those text messages from struck to be erased messages that would show the state of mind in the tactics. That of of the lead anti-trump FBI agent at the beginning of this entire probe. Either way Ken Starr said that Muller's team may be guilty of obstruction of Justice. You have now in poll the came out just two days ago. The majority of Americans want Trump to declassify documents from the Russian investigations that would be the things we've been telling you about that would be the FIS a warrant applications themselves again unverified uncorroborated a lot of debunked. And yet all these people put their signature on it frauds committed against four or five court. Judges look at the oddity of how they handled the Flint interview told him he doesn't need a lawyer doing things they'd never do in any other administration on top of that. We have a we have fusion GPS spy Christopher Steele admitting. He was hired by Democrats to sabotage Trump and his campaign and posed victory that also happened. So you know at the end. Where does his hand? Well, we know we've got a group of people that are going to be screaming impeachment impeachment impeachment impeachment every single day. But yet there's no evidence of any Trump Russia collusion, but we have plenty of evidence of Hillary Clinton and her crimes that have yet. And she's yet to be brought to Justice anyways, been working real hard over the holiday while I was off trying to recharge my battery John Solomon of the hill is back with us. How are you? Happy new year. Sean good to be with you. Well, thank Giuliani is. Right. He did the wide ranging interview is with you tell us about. Yeah. It was an amazing interview in and, you know, there are so many things now when we look back, you know, part of the problem with the Russian cases is complicated. In to some of the revelations that our scope patrol, your helpful to the president are so scattered that no one's pull them all together. And I think the mayor did a great job of looking at thirty thousand feet all the problems with this investigation. You've got the nineteen thousand text message the FBI destroyed only the I went to the effort and got him re. Reinstated when he found him, we know we got all of them because without the I g which we are missing. So yeah, the most important ones that were not recovered. We're the ones that page and struck exchange while they were working for Robert Muller's investigation. So those first three months from may to June before they they left or were fired from the from the Muller investigation. Those tech messages remarkably are wiped and gone and never to be retrieved, and we'll never know what they were talking about. And how they were trying to steer that investigation in the first three months of Robert Muller Muller had to know at that point because struck and page will working for him. And he had discovered that they were so virulently anti Trump. So he had an obligation didn't need to preserve these text messages. Preserve these phones. It's it's funny. It's the same obligation. Hillary Clinton had retain those work related emails on her server and didn't comply with those walk called the federal records. Zack. And it says anything that you create and your government work that's substantive relative to government work needs to be preserved one of the things he pointed out in his December report was the FBI didn't really end the Justice department in Muller's office didn't have a policy for complying consistently with that with that law. And so right off the bat, you got the investigators not complying with laws and yet they're investigating other people for for potentially breaking the law. And I think that's the sorta hypocrisy that drives everyday Americans. Crazy. All right as we continue our Hannity deep state watch because this is going to be an ongoing story throughout the year. The question is remember when I said facetiously, and I said, it's not gonna work out well for you, and I don't recommend it. But if you were to do the things that Hillary did, and you would array subpoenaed emails and then acid wash your hard drive with bleach bid and bust up your devices with hammers knowing they also had information that had been subpoenaed. I wouldn't recommend it and everybody said Hannity's advising people to obstr-. Justice Hannity was doing no such thing. I was saying if you did what she did. It would be pretty dumb. Now. How do they get away with a people ask all the time? When is there? I mean, do we expect the next attorney general do we expect the inspector general? Do we expect the president? Is he going to the hill had an article saying most people want this information the three zero two's, they want the original applications? They want the gang of eight information. They want this so-called fourth bucket of information. You could tell us about that. Are we ever going to get to see this stuff? I do I have a high degree of confidence that the president. When the time is right. When the opportunity is no longer there for Democrats say you release that information to obstruct Bob Muller's investigation. When that time is right. I believe the president will release all that information. And when we see it in its entirety everything we've been talking about up to this point, not only be confirmed. There will be new revelation. I am certain that the FBI had. Evidence was exculpatory to Carter page that they kept out of the Feis warn. I'm certain of something because I'm going to report it tonight. And I'm going to review it on your show tonight on FOX. But tonight, I'm going to be able to report that for the last two years the United States intelligence community had scope Atari information about Mike Flynn trip to Moscow, December twenty fifteen remember when he sat alongside of Ladimir Putin at the RT dinner, the television network dinner. It turns out that Mike Flynn notified the government advance got a protective defensive briefing how to avoid being compromised when he was in Russia, and then he came back and reported everything to the United States government that went on there who we talked to. And what are you observed? That's not the act of a and every time I've interviewed Carter page. He said he was often debriefed he willingly be was debrief and shared all the information with our intelligence community. So they get the same thing. Now, you got Mike Flynn doing the same thing. Chuck Grassley tried to get this information released, Sean and the United States government Donald Trump's own administration, the bureaucrats and his own administration. What allow that information out? You have to ask the question. Why why can't we know the truth about these things in general Flynn that act was that meeting was portrayed as like the beginning of this conspiracy? Which by the way, never happened. Right. But if you knew in the beginning of this, Mike Flynn did the right thing he got a defensive briefing. He cleared it. He told people in advance he came back and got debris. It changes the whole context of the meeting, and we were deprived that for more than two years. It's really remarkable. I was shocked at what was supposed to be the Flynn sentencing hearing, and the judge ended up calling a three star a traitor, and and they made the case they were letting the court know that certain things that happen one that the deputy FBI director said that he doesn't need a lawyer. Meanwhile, this wasn't investigation they weren't telling him, and it was an investigation that in and of itself to me would be a violation of Miranda. And and certainly if you use that information after you told them, not to have a lawyer would be not admissible to me. Then of course, James call me bragging about how we bypass normal process and procedure nocco through the White House counsel, but walk right into general Flynn's office or sent his agents in knowing that he wouldn't do it in any other administration. How do we get to the point where he was supposed to get no jail time? And now the judge wants to throw the book at this guy. Well, it's an important thing to remember. Because a lot of the media didn't cover this with the same fervor that they recovered the judges first remarks, but there was a recess in the middle of that hearing when the recess ended and the judge came back. He recanted. His remarks thing I did not mean to suggest that general Flynn was a traitor, and in fact, he acknowledged he misunderstood the timeline that they were talking about the Turkish representation where he was representing your client tied to Turkey and the judge had confided that as having occurred when he was national security adviser that represented. Nation ended long before Mike Flynn became president. But then he also went on to say don't expect you're going to get a better sentence. The next time you're in my courtroom. I I think that the judge made clear that he'd like to send Mike Flynn to prison. But let me tell you something else important that occurred during that hearing that I don't think anyone covered the prosecutors in the in on Muller's team were asked do you think? Mike Flynn committed treason, or would you consider charging him with treason, and they said, no, there's no evidence to support that that's very very important in Michigan. You never hear that stuff. You only hear the other things in the media. But that was very important moment in in that court hearing, and when you go back, and you look at the media coverage, we've now debunked media coverage, the prosecutor who knows everything about Mike Flynn says there was no treason. That's an important part that we we need to focus on a lot of the expectations and allegations and bathe up narratives at the beginning, but the whole predicate for the the lying to the FBI charge against general Flynn was based on the fact that those agents that call me bragged about bypass normal procedure and got in and did an interview after they said, you don't need a lawyer..