35 Burst results for "Perjury"

John Zmirak: As Flies to Wanton Boys, Are We to the Left

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

John Zmirak: As Flies to Wanton Boys, Are We to the Left

"A lot of pieces that stream dot org. And talk about the one where you quote Shakespeare, if you don't mind. It's called as flies to wanton boys. Are we to the left? They kill us for their sport. That is a paraphrase from king Lear, the actual line is as flies to wanton boys. Are we to the gods? They kill us for their sport. If the character of Gloucester, he's a loyal courtier, he's blinded and thrown the wilderness to starve to death by the villains of the play goneril and Cornwall. He's speaking about the gods, again, it's a pagan world in king year, are elites are pagans, and they think of themselves as gods. And they treat us the way the Greek and Roman gods treated ordinary people. They descend from Olympus, they rape, they kill, they rob, they tyrannize, and they go back to Olympus, and they expect not to face any consequences. And I don't care if they go to church and screen Jesus the way rainfield Warnock does or Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi do. These people are pagans who think of themselves as gods. They need to be set apart from the rest of us with blue checks on Twitter with the freedom to riot mostly peacefully and burn down cities when they want and face no legal consequences to nullify elections, the tariff, the social contract, spit on our constitution, do fake impeachments of presidents, commit perjury, lie on television, face absolutely no consequences. They opted the left is occupied the U.S. capitol. They never went to prison for two years without trial. They were never put in solitary confinement. The people who took over the Wisconsin state capitol when Scott walker was governor, the number of leftists who were punished for their terrorist crimes is zero.

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John Zmirak Takes Us Back to the Lunacy of the Kavanaugh Hearings

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak Takes Us Back to the Lunacy of the Kavanaugh Hearings

"You've shared this on the program before, but it's so important that people who are listening know the details of what happened and to reiterate when justice Kavanaugh, then not yet a justice was put up by Trump at the Supreme Court. The pro abortion left decided, again, because they've done this several times to go scorched earth to lie to make things up. And as their principle tool in this, they found a memoir written by Mark judge of his time of being an alcoholic in high school, and they thought this is just enough for us to create a narrative. We are going to lie, but we bet we can put this over on the American people and keep this guy off the Supreme Court because we don't want roe V wade over overturned. That's right. And so Christine daisy Ford couldn't say what year this rape allegedly happened. But she remembered all sorts of details all of them from Mark judge's book. So Eric, if somebody ever claims, wants to, if somebody wants to make a perjury involving you, they will use fish out of water. Your memoir of going to college. And there will be all these seemingly verifying details. Well, oh yeah, you did stay in that dorm. Yes, you did work at that place over the summer. Oh yeah, that's what you were wearing. On celery Green Day in 1983. Oh, this story knew this is seeming suspiciously real. It sounds like this person was there. Oh wait, he had a memoir. Okay? But again, they picked him Mark judge because he admitted to having memory lapses.

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Kash Patel: What Is an Affidavit?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Kash Patel: What Is an Affidavit?

"I'm still kind of processing a lot of this. As far as the news that hits, your name is in the affidavit. So tell our audience just so we have a recap. What is an affidavit? And what is your reaction to your name being mentioned in this affidavit? Yeah, so look, you guys know I was a national security prosecutor at DoJ for Republican and democratic administrations. Mostly democratic. And the search warrant is a search warrant. Be it for a bank robbery, a murder or in this case. Going into a president's home. It needs probable cause, probably causes based on sworn testimony in writing by an FBI agent. That's an affidavit. They say in the affidavit under penalty of perjury that everything here is true. We have information that so and so is a bad person and we think they broke the law. We have probable cause that's the standard to tell a judge who has to authorize the invasion of the Fourth Amendment into someone's home to take things away from them because the FBI says we believe a crime's been committed.

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Is the Jan. 6 Committee Inducing Witnesses to Lie?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:29 min | 5 months ago

Is the Jan. 6 Committee Inducing Witnesses to Lie?

"Now again, it's one thing if they're saying this now if there were feuding this now, but if they were a feud under oath, somebody's lying. And somebody needs to go to jail. And there's a broader question. I was talking to my good buddy, Steve gill. He's a great political analyst, and he's been doing this a very long time. He said, Todd, not only is somebody not telling the truth, it's very possible that some of the committee members may be suborning perjury. In other words, they are inducing somebody to lie under oath, and that somebody is Cassidy, Hutchinson. Now, you gotta work with me here. You saw her live testimony, but there was also pre recorded testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson. In other words, they had already interviewed her, so they knew exactly what she was going to say when the TV cameras came on, and this went boarded a border coast to coast across the fruited plain. So they knew this well in advance. These are no doubt these are explosive charges. I mean, if in fact this is true, you are dealing with a lunatic in The White House who was trying to hijack the presidential limousine and was literally attacking physically attacking Secret Service agents. I mean, that's insane. That's like a made for TV movie. If it happened. But I don't think it happened, but I think we all know it didn't happen.

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Why Did Cassidy Hutchinson Testify Today at Jan. 6 Hearing?

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Why Did Cassidy Hutchinson Testify Today at Jan. 6 Hearing?

"What is truth An individual testified today Cass hutchison And she's testified many times before this committee in secret But its last time they wanted her to go public Her testimony has become more aggressive The answer is to become more aggressive because her prior attorney was associated with the Trump people and her current attorneys associated with former attorney general Jeff Sessions so there's no connection there I don't know what that means When you give testimony it doesn't matter who your lawyer is He give testimony under oath Under penalty of perjury whether it's in the back rooms of the January 6th committee or whether it's in a public hearing So that doesn't make sense to me Why all of a sudden this emergency we've got to listen to her and then they say well her life has been threatened That's possible but how does that affect getting her testimony out immediately And not waiting till July or not having it earlier All of a sudden we have new evidence From an individual who apparently witnessed and heard everything Trump Pence Meadows White House lawyers Republican members of Congress

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David Adams Cleveland Tells Us About His New Novel 'Gods of Deception'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | 5 months ago

David Adams Cleveland Tells Us About His New Novel 'Gods of Deception'

"The title of the book is gods of deception, the author is David Adams, Cleveland. Now just so you know his literary bona fides, Evan Thomas, if you don't know who Evan Thomas is, you need to time out time out. Evan Thomas says gods of deception is a lushly vivid tale of a haunted time. Kirkus reviews writes truly compelling and engaged fictionalized account of an absorbing espionage case. On and on it goes, this is not just, well written, but it's about an important part of our history. And I'm just thrilled right now to have the author David Adams Cleveland welcome. Eric is delightful to be with you. Do you know Evan Thomas? I mean, that's a pretty wonderful blurb from a respected author. I know Evan just at a distance, not personal. Okay, so part of the reason I was excited to have you on is because of the background of the story. And I realized there are a lot of younger people who are not familiar with it's really one of the most important things that happened in the latter part of the 20th century. Talk to my audience or tell us the background of your novel gods of deception. The background of the novel takes place or it begins to take place in a trial of the century. 1949, 1950, the trial of Alger Hiss for espionage. Alger Hiss was convicted of perjury about passing top secret State Department papers to Whittaker chambers in the late 1930s. At the time that didn't seem like such a big deal, the crime itself. But the question about whether Alger Hiss was innocent or guilty, divided the country for 50 years, this was a very, very controversial subject. Really, astonishing that even though he'd been convicted by a jury of his peers with overwhelming preponderance of the evidence for his conviction, a lot of people still believed that he was innocent that he had been framed by Nixon and the FBI. And for 50 years, this divided the country. But at the same time, the conviction was a wake-up call to America. That in fact, the U.S. government had been penetrated by spies like Alger Hiss.

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Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | 6 months ago

Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack

"And back with my friend Andrew Pollack, whose daughter meadow was killed in the Parkland shooting 2018, he wrote a beautiful book about it, why meadow died. He's not the chief safety officer at burner technology. Andrew to complete your thought, you're talking about this deputy at Parkland, whose trial is coming up in September. Now fees convicted of a felony, I'm assuming that he won't be able to continue to collect this big fat pension, right? Yep, that's, you know, to get a 110,000 a year for letting the leading 17 people get killed. It's kind of horrible. So I hope I get accountability. My daughter, my daughter would want me to get accountability. And I have to say, governor desantis, I work with him. He's an unbelievable one of the best governors in the country right now. We got to accountability and Broward. If a lot of people don't know this within the first month governor desantis removed that failed sheriff that said he had amazing leadership, sheriff, Israel, he was removed. Since then, grant investigation into the school district, the superintendent was arrested on felony perjury charges to that. He lost his and this Peterson deputy Peterson's trial is coming

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"perjury" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"perjury" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"They want to ban books. They are literally not. They are banning books. They are banning black history. They are banning transgender teens. They're banning abortion because of religion. This is religious tyranny. This violates the First Amendment, no Congress shall not establish a religion. They are doing it the very first line of the First Amendment is they are violating it now. Democrats, I've had elected officials on John when I talk about this kind of religious supremacy. They go, well, we don't want to talk about the religious part of it. It's about women's freedom. And it is, but there's another part to it. Women are losing their freedom because of Christian dashlane. And Christian supremacy. And I'm even hesitant to use a Christian term because I don't want to smear my Christian brothers and sisters. My mom's Catholic. So I'm going to use a religious tyranny in religious supremacy because it's not consistent with Christianity what they're doing. Getting back to the lunacy of the Republican Party, I know you are an attorney and that's one of the reasons I was like, please come on because I'm watching, you know, Marjorie, you know, I trail a green trial. You know, I don't know if you were watching it. A little bit. And she was perjuring herself because at first she goes, oh no, I never said that. Oh wait, wait, wait, wait, you know, because as soon as the as soon as the prosecutor goes, I have tape. Oh, wait, wait, wait. So what's going to happen here, dean? Perjury Taylor Greene. That was the hashtag perjury Taylor Greene, which I thought was a perfect hashtag. Look to prove perjury you have to show someone had the intent to lie. Under oath. So it's not like Congress, if you mislead Congress, it's a little bit easier to prove if you show knowing. You have to knowingly do this. If you answer, I don't know, it's not a completely get of jail free card, but it makes it harder to prosecute somebody. Because someone really might forget. They say so much crap, they might not remember. I'm not giving her the benefit of that. I'm just saying in the big picture, it is harder to prove some to get someone for perjury. It's better you need an answer. So you say to them, hey, how many times did you do this? And they go, I never did it. And then you see them doing it twice, and you go. And then they go, okay, I forgot. Then they have a little bit more of a defense. If they go, I've never been to that place in my life. Ever, it's a lie, and they show them and they keep going, no, that's not me. Then you've got perjury. That's harder. It's harder because we don't want to prosecute people for words. This is the big picture of things. Like, look at it that way. So to prosecute them for just simply words, you have to show the words are knowingly lying under oath. And you can do it. It's just hard. It's not impossible. It's just challenging. We'll see. I just watched clips of her..

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Police official: Smollett's false report harmed real victims

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Police official: Smollett's false report harmed real victims

"The three year jussie Smollett stories behind us ending up the actor behind bars cook county judge James Lang thought he was getting the last word on the disgraced empire actor you'll spend the first one hundred and fifty days of your sentence in the cook county jail and that will start today right here right now but as he left the courtroom in custody jussie Smollett decided to have his say yes and I am not suicide if anything happens to me when I go into it I did not do it to myself in the end though it's the judge's view that counts and James Lind says the stories Millett told on the stand was secure perjury and that's when that was just being narcissistic when he arranged for his own racist and anti gay beat down I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"perjury" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"perjury" Discussed on Past Gas

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Facing Federal Charges, Marilyn Mosby Continues to Proclaim Her Innocence

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:11 min | 11 months ago

Facing Federal Charges, Marilyn Mosby Continues to Proclaim Her Innocence

"I want to talk about the corruption of Maryland Mosby now. If you don't know who Marilyn Mosby is she's one of the Soros style attorneys district attorneys. She's the Baltimore state attorney. And she came to public attention in the Freddie gray case. You might remember several officers were accused of both manslaughter and in some cases murder charges for killing this criminal, Freddie gray, and Marilyn Mosby was all over it. She was like, we're going to prosecute these cops. We're going to, so interesting thing about these Soros DA's is they hate to prosecute criminals, but they love to prosecute coughs. This is their MO, and this is Marilyn Mosby's MO. Of course, the prosecution that turned out to be a disaster, all the cops were exonerated, the whole thing fell apart. But nevertheless, Mosby is one of these kind of high minded Democrats who always acts like they're motivated by the public interests or trying to serve the public good. They're trying to reduce the cities of preoccupation with crime and they're trying to replace punitive measures with humanitarian measures. So there's nothing but high these are the sort of pharisees of our time. So therefore I really chuckle when this mask sort of speak is taken off and you'll understand why I'm using the analogy of the mask because this BLM supporter, this Soros DA has finally been busted. She has been indicted on federal charges of perjury. This is fantastic. Why? Because she took COVID money, large amounts of COVID money used that money to buy a house in Florida. And she claimed on her, this is where the perjury comes and she claimed on her government application that she was suffering financial hardship and that her fortunes had taken a sharp downturn under COVID. Now it takes only the briefest kind of review to see that Marilyn Mosby's salary in 2020 was $247,000, 955

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Offer made to drop perjury charges in Ghislaine Maxwell case

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Offer made to drop perjury charges in Ghislaine Maxwell case

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"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

"On screen, Clinton finishes his speech about education. But he doesn't leave the podium. Steady looks down, like he's wrestling with something. And it clenches his fists, waiting for the historic moment..

"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

"To warn Clinton. He's about to walk right into a trap, one that could destroy both him and Lewinsky. Most of us have spent a lot more time in our homes over the last year or two. I took the opportunity to adopt a dog, which definitely made my life more complicated. Also, a lot more cute. In between walks and working from home, I started wishing there were a way to make my space more connected. Smarter. Enter thermidor, thermidor is the only luxury brand that offers a fully connected kitchen solution. That means Wi-Fi enabled appliances across every product category ranges, ovens, ventilation, refrigeration, dishwashers, and coffee machines. Plus, an open platform to connect to all your major smart home devices like Alexa Google, smartwatches and more. Visit thermador dot com to learn more. That's, MAD OR dot com. It's the morning of January 17th, 1998 in Washington D.C.. Jim Fisher takes a seat at a long table inside the offices of scat and arms, a prestigious law firm. On the other side of the table is president Bill Clinton. He's flanked by a team of lawyers and joining this group is a federal judge. Fisher surveys the room. The consequences of this meeting almost couldn't be greater. He's one of the attorneys representing Paula Jones, and Arkansas civil servant who's suing president Clinton, and claiming that he sexually harassed her. Scandals involving presidents are always heavily charged. But this case is a milestone. It's the first time in history that a sitting president has been deposed for personal lawsuit. And as an attorney, this might be the biggest moment of Fisher's career. He's about to lead a deposition that could take down a president. And while Clinton's lawyers think that Fisher and his colleagues are small minded Bible thumpers, they're badly mistaken. Because even though Fisher is a devout Christian, that doesn't mean he's simple minded. He has set a trap for Bill Clinton, one that won't allow the president to weasel his way out of telling the truth. Ready to begin the deposition, Fisher reads aloud his definition of sexual relations. He wants everyone in the room to be crystal clear on what that phrase means. According to his definition, sexual relations consists of contact with the genitalia, anus, groin, breast, inner thigh or buttocks of any person with the intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of any person. With that understanding in place, Fisher kicks off his questions. He asks Clinton about a woman named Cathy and Willie, who claims Clinton kissed and groped her during a meeting. With an air of confidence, Clinton explains that Willie was a volunteer in The White House. He hugged her and possibly kissed her on the forehead, but that's it. Fisher nods and asks a few follow-up questions. But they're all just a prelude to the next topic, Monica Lewinsky. Fisher asks Clinton if he knows Lewinsky. Clinton acknowledges that he does. And Fischer asks if at any time Clinton was alone with Lewinsky in the Oval Office. Clinton says he doesn't recall. Fisher then asks if he and Lewinsky were ever alone together in any room in The White House. One of Clinton's lawyers interjects. Saying this is innuendo. He wants to know where this line of questioning is going. Still, the judge allows Fisher to continue. Fisher pauses, holding back a smile because he's just winding up. Using all the information Linda trip provided, he asks about the letters that Clinton received from Lewinsky, and the gifts that Clinton gave the former White House intern. With each question, Clinton says he can't recall. So finally, Fisher goes in for the kill. He asks Clinton if he ever had an extramarital sexual affair with Monica Lewinsky. His eyes set his tone firm, Clinton flatly denies it. He did not have an affair with Monica Lewinsky. Fisher then clarifies the question, did Clinton have sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky? Clinton hesitate, and the judge suggests that Fisher again provide Clinton the definition of sexual relations, so he can review it. Fisher hands over a paper and Clinton studies it. Then he looks up and repeats his answer. No, he did not have sexual relations with Lewinsky. Fisher thanks Clinton and represses a giant grin. Inside he feels like he's soaring. Fisher just got the president of the United States to perjure himself. He lied under oath. This won't just help his client Paul Jones. This is going to be a gift for the nation. It's January 21st, 1998. Monica Lewinsky sits up in bed in her apartment in Washington, D.C.. She turns on the light. It's early in the morning, but at this point, it's clear she's not getting any more sleep. So Lewinsky begins getting dressed. Maybe she'll go for a walk. Something to clear her head. She could use it. The last 5 days have been a whirlwind. Lewinsky had been held captive inside the Ritz Carlton and told that if she didn't cooperate, she would go to prison for decades. Lewinsky was almost ready to crack. But when her mother arrived, she immediately got a lawyer on the phone. The lawyer advised Lewinsky to walk out without saying another word. That's what Lewinsky and her mother did. After that, agents arrived at her apartment with a search warrant. They began rifling through her room, looking for evidence of her relationship with Clinton. It was humiliating and scary. And now, in her bedroom, she can't stop replaying the events of the past few days. But going over painful memories isn't going to help anything. So Lewinsky pulls on a pair of leggings and a sweatshirt and heads down to the lobby. The elevator door is open. Lewinsky shuffles across the lobby to grab her copy of today's Washington Post, and when she sees the front page, she freezes. The headline is Clinton accused of urging aid to lie. There in the fourth paragraph is Lewinsky's name. It's then that Lewinsky hears pounding on the lobby door. There's a crown jammed against the windows, breathing steam onto the frosted glass. The winds he spins, racing back toward the elevator. She has to get out of here. But then she runs into a middle aged man and a tan coat, Monica Lewinsky, I'm with a no comment. She pushes past him and hits the elevator call button. Did you have an affair with president Clinton? No comment. Did the president ask you to lie in the Paula Jones case? He said no comment. She pushes the call button again and again. Did you know that Linda trip was secretly recording your conversations? I have no comment. Just leave me alone. The elevator is only one floor away, but Lewinsky realizes that this reporter is going to follow her. She doesn't know what to do. Finally, the door opens, he Lewinsky is relieved to see the building manager. Please, sir, I need help this man is harassing me. You have to help me. The manager acts decisively, hustling the reporter out the front door. Then docks into the elevator and the door is closed. There inside Lewinsky erupts in tears. Her sobbing cries echoing off the elevator walls. In just a few hours, everyone in the country is going to know her name. They'll know her secrets. Her private life, the mistake she's made. It's the morning of January 28th, 1998 in Washington, D.C.. Jackie Bennett sits in his office reading the newspaper headlines. The Clinton Lewinsky affair has become the national topic of conversation. It's the only subject of the Sunday talk shows. Pundits are putting Clinton's odds of staying in office at just 50 50. But Ben thinks it's worse than that. He's betting Clinton resigned sometime in the next week. Bennett's phone rings, and money answers, he hears the voice of one of his colleagues from the office of independent counsel. His tone is urgent. He tells Bennett to come to the conference room quick. And it hustles over. When he arrives he finds nearly the entire office huddled around a small TV. Clinton is speaking at an event for early childhood education, but he wasn't scheduled to make an appearance there. Something's off. Ben it can feel the electricity in the room. This is it. Clinton's going to resign..

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"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

"An hour later, Jackie Bennett pounds on the door in the Ritz Carlton in Pentagon city, Virginia. As he stands waiting for the hotel door to open he shakes his head. Seems like Mike Emmett couldn't close the deal. Like emek, Bennett is an attorney with the office of independent counsel. For three years, he's been working tirelessly to show that president Bill Clinton is a criminal. He had high hopes for Monica Lewinsky. She was supposed to deliver smoking gun evidence that Clinton was guilty of obstruction of justice. But somehow Emma couldn't get the job done. It's now Bennett has to come save the day. An FBI agent opens the door and Bennett comes striding into the hotel room. Right away, he sees Lewinsky, curled up in a chair like a child. Her dark hair is disheveled in her eyes or red and puffy. It's a pitiful sight, one that benedet is eager to exploit. So Ben marches over and asks Lewinsky what the issue is, she could spend 27 years in prison as she really want that? With a sniffle the minsky looks up and asks to call her mother. But Bennett barked at Lewinsky, reminding her that she's 24 years old, she doesn't need her mommy. At that Lewinsky breaks into psalms. Bennett checks his watch, the running out of time. Yesterday, he got a call from a reporter at newsweek. A journalist was asking about a rumor that Clinton was having an affair with a White House staffer and was seeking more information. Bennett knows that reporting from the press could upend the entire investigation. If the affair goes public, Clinton will have nothing left to protect. There will be no reason for Clinton to pressure Lewinsky to lie for him, and he won't need a perjure himself in his deposition. That means Bennett one chance to nail Clinton will vanish. Bennett leans down and tells Lewinsky it's time to make a decision. Either cooperate with them or spend her best years in prison. Lewinsky wipes her nose, it looks up. Her eyes glassy. But surprisingly determined. She repeats that she wants to talk to her mother. Otherwise, she's not cooperating. Ben can tell that Lewinsky is serious. She's willing to go to jail for the president. It's incredible. That man has a magic ability to get away with anything. Still Bennett thinks, maybe getting Lewinsky's mother involved isn't the worst idea. She could be more rational, maybe help persuade Lewinsky to take a deal. So Bennett relents and says that if that's what she wants, Lewinsky can call her mother. The two women can make the decision together. It's an hour later in the early evening of January 16th, 1998. Monica Lewinsky hurries through the third floor of a Macy's in The Pentagon city mall. As she rounds a corner, passed a display rack, she glances over her shoulder. So far so good, she's not being followed. The Wednesday picks up the pace, looking for a payphone. She doesn't have much time. But if she's lucky she could save president Clinton's career. Back in the hotel room, just moments earlier, the winds key negotiated a small break which accident, one of the prosecutors whose investigating Clinton. Lewinsky's mother is on her way to Washington, but her train won't arrive for several hours. So rather than staying cooped up in a hotel room, Lewinsky got Bennett to agree to allow her outdoors to kill some time walking through the mall. But this is part of a plan Lewinsky has. She wanted to get to the mall, break free from her FBI escort. So she told the agents she had to use a restroom, and after some back and forth, they let her go. So with no one looking over her shoulder, this is Lewinsky's one chance to get a message to Clinton to warn him that the special prosecutors know about their affair, and that Clinton can't lie under oath. Because if he does, he'll perjure himself, and he could be impeached. When ski moves fast, passing isle of athletic wear. For a scan, the department store looking for the shiny metal box. Suddenly, a crowd of customers splits apart, and she spots it. A payphone. Her heart racing Lewinsky rushes forward. She picks up the handset and drops in some loose change. With her hand shaking, she dials the.

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"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

"It's January 16th, 1998 at The Pentagon city mall. Monica Lewinsky pages through a woman's magazine, and she waits in front of a sushi restaurant. She's supposed to be meeting Linda trip for lunch, but trip is unusually late. Lewinsky glances around the mall looking for trip. It's strange. Trip called Lewinsky this morning, saying she needed to talk about the Paula Jones case in her affidavit. Lewinsky agreed to meet, thinking she might finally convince trip to keep quiet about Lewinsky's affair with the president. But now Lewinsky wishes she hadn't made these plans. She's about to move to New York. She's busy, has things to do. And at this point, she feels like giving up. Trip can say whatever she wants in her affidavit. Lewinsky will just deny it. So Lewinsky shoves the magazine in her purse and starts to leave. But just then, she spots trip coming down the escalator. Well now that she's here, the ones you might as well talk to her. She crosses them all to great trip, opens her arms for a hug but trip pauses, then she gestures behind her. Lewinsky looks over trips shoulder, where she sees two Men in Black suits. They have badges extended and introduced themselves as federal agents. Lewinsky freezes. One of the men then explains their investigating crimes related to the Paula Jones lawsuit. Lewinsky is in a lot of trouble they say, but they want to give her an opportunity to help herself. But for now, Lewinsky needs to come with them. He stands there shocked. This doesn't make any sense. But then she trains her eyes on Linda Tripp, and the truth hits her with painful clarity. This was a setup, trip has betrayed her. Croaks out that she wants a lawyer. The other agent shrugs, saying she can have a lawyer if she wants one, but legal advice won't be much help. Besides, they just want to talk to her. Trip steps forward and tells Lewinsky, this is for her own good, and she reaches out for a hug. The Lewinsky jerks away. Tripp lured her in. Acting like she was her best friend, and then turned on her. As Lewinsky glares a trip, the federal agent reiterates that this is an opportunity. Lewinsky is not obligated to come with them. But if she leaves, she won't be able to help herself out of this mess. Lewinsky knows she could walk away right now. Blend in with the lunchtime rush at the mall. But then she'd be operating in the dark and things could get really ugly. Plus, if the FBI knows her secrets, they could also hurt the president. She can't let that happen. So biting her lip. Lewinsky nods and begins following the agents out of them all, back out into the bitter cold. Less than an hour later, Monica Lewinsky sits sobbing in a hotel room at the Ritz Carlton. All around her men in dark suits keep rotating in and out from the adjacent suite. Feels like a circus with one man the ringleader in charge. Mike Emmett is young and good-looking. He's a lawyer and mentions Janet Reno and some investigation and Kenneth Starr. Not the mention of star Lewinsky's ears perk up. Can a star is leading the investigation about Clinton in whitewater? It's a major political story. But she can't imagine how their affair is connected to a real estate deal. Something here is terribly wrong, and so Lewinsky sits up and wipes away her tears. If she's going to protect herself and Clinton, she needs to focus. The attorney steps in front of Lewinsky. Miss Lewinsky, we know that you lied on your affidavit for the Paula Jones case. We know that you encouraged Linda trip to lie on hers. We have enough evidence to charge you with perjury, obstruction of justice and witness tampering. You could go to prison for 27 years. 27 years, that's possible. Yes, miss Leslie, almost three decades. My life would be over, and we don't want that. We know this is not your fault. The White House, the president, they told you to lie. They even got you a job as payoff. No, it's not that. Look, you can make this all go away, but you have to cooperate. If you help us out, we don't have to charge you. What do you mean, help you out? Miss Lewinsky, we just want you to make a couple of phone calls. Get a hold of the president and his secretary Betty curry. Also, the president's friend who got you the job at revlon. Talk to them. Tell them that you're about to tell the truth about your affair with the president. They'll encourage you to lie and remind you about the job. We'll get it all on tape and then you can walk away without being charged. Lewinsky stares at the prosecutor rise frozen with anger. It's clear they're going after anyone they can, trying to get them to flip, even if their target is someone blameless, like the president's secretary. Oh, no, I'm not calling Betty curry and trapping her. She's an old woman, and a nice person. Couldn't live with myself if I did that. Well, then, you're looking at a long stay in jail. I want to talk to a lawyer. The one who helped me with my affidavit. His name's Frank Carter. Miss Lewinsky, this is a simple choice. And no brainer really. And it's time sensitive, so let's not waste time with a lawyer. Lewinsky narrows her eyes, as she tries to read the hidden meaning behind his comment. She doesn't know why this is time sensitive. Although tomorrow, the president is scheduled to be deposed in the Paula Jones case. Maybe it has something to do with that. As she weighs her options, Lewinsky suddenly remembers a story about the Jewish poet. She was a member of the Hungarian resistance during World War II, and although she was captured and tortured by the Nazis, she never gave them the information they wanted. She protected the other members of the resistance. It's a lesson that suddenly feels Lewinsky with a courage she didn't know she had. She's not going to cooperate. She won't participate in this witch hunt. So Lewinsky looks at the prosecutor and tells him her decision. MX size walks away. He murmurs something that sounds like get Bennett. And while Lewinsky doesn't know what that means, she remains determined. She's going to stay strong. And she's not going to crack..

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"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

"A day later, in Washington, D.C., Jackie Bennett stands watching as the assistant attorney general reads a summary of Linda Tripp's lunch with Monica Lewinsky. Bennett is joined by several colleagues, and he's feeling confident. He believes the conversation delivered what they need, proof that Bill Clinton committed a crime. So Bennett lays it all out for assistant attorney general Eric holder, describing what he believes to be the key takeaways from the recording. At a lunch with trip, Lewinsky expressed fear of retaliation from the president and his friends. Lewinsky said she did not want to cross him that she's worried about her job offer if she tells the truth. Bennett argues that the president is clearly pressuring Lewinsky to lie on half a David for the Paula Jones case. It's an obstruction of justice as clear as day. And it's within the scope of his team's investigation. Holder, the assistant attorney general tapped the pen against his desk and malls this over. This interpretation obviously stretches the truth. Lewinsky only hinted at these crimes. But Bennett isn't ready to back down. Because if he gets approval to interview Monica Lewinsky, he sure they'll get the full truth, evidence that the president committed a crime. But want to Bennett's colleagues disagrees. Clearing his throat, he tells the room that it's not entirely clear that Clinton committed a crime. And if Lewinsky is afraid of losing her job offer, that's more connected to Clinton's friend, and one helping her get the job in the first place. It's not really an issue for Clinton himself. Bennett glares his colleague. It's almost as though he's trying to sabotage their investigation. So he steps forward and tells the assistant attorney general, he's confident that the president is involved. But at the very least, I should get the authority to investigate the matter further. Holder continues considering the request. Bennett swallows hard. This decision could drastically change the course of their investigation. Then, older nods. You'll take this to his boss, Janet Reno, the attorney general of the United States. Bennett and his colleagues should stand by for further instruction. Bennett smiles as he and his colleagues begin to file out. It's plain as day. He's going to get this request. The FBI will round up Lewinsky, and in no time. He and his team will turn her against the president. American scandal is sponsored by hunter killer. While you're gathered with friends and family sitting around the fire admiring the holiday lights, wouldn't it be nice to also solve a murder? Because, though Beth fairest Hendrick's death was declared an accident, others are sure it was a murder, a murder that hides horrible secrets the small main town of Mallory rock doesn't want revealed. Hunter killer is a new way to do game night. Murder mystery style, but it's not a board game. It's like a book or a TV show, but you're in the middle, sifting through documents, evidence, audio recordings and case files, getting to know a cast of characters digging into their backstories and trying to find the killer. Your investigation drives the plot forward, opt into a multi episode subscription with new chapters of the mystery arriving every month or picking all in one story. Everything you need to crack the case all in one box. I've received the first two episodes of the newest story, Mallory rock, and they're filled with shockingly authentic clues, a letter, a map, a travel brochure, a coaster. What do they all mean? Right now go to hunt a killer dot com slash a S and use code AS for $10 off your purchase. That's code AS for $10 off at haunt a killer dot com slash AS. This episode is brought to you by decoy and acclaimed winery in the duck horn portfolio. Make the holidays memorable when you give the gift of wine country with decoy wines. Established more than 30 years ago by legendary vitner stand in Margaret duck horn. They craft their wines to the highest standards using grapes from exceptional vineyards. Ask for decoy Cabernet Sauvignon Pinot Noir or Chardonnay wherever you buy wine. Or visit decoy wine dot com slash celebrate to.

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"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

"Believing that she could trust trip. But what Lewinsky didn't know was that trip had begun secretly recording their conversations in an effort to expose Clinton. And behind her back trip also revealed the truth about the affair to lawyers representing Paula Jones, and Arkansas civil servant who is suing Clinton for sexual harassment. Lewinsky was horrified to get involved in lawsuit. She tried to protect the president, however she could. But in doing so, Lewinsky earned the scrutiny of federal prosecutors, and soon, her relationship with president became a national scandal. This is episode three under penalty of perjury. It's January 9th, 1998 in Washington, D.C.. Jackie Bennett kicks up his feet on his desk as he rereads a document from the investigation of president Bill Clinton. Bennett is an attorney with the office of independent counsel, the special prosecution being led by Kenneth Starr. For the past three years, their office has been leading a politically charged investigation of the president. They've been looking at Clinton's past involvement with a failed real estate deal known as whitewater, which Clinton was involved in back when he was a politician in Arkansas. In their investigation, the independent counsel is trying to figure out whether Clinton broke any laws. As he surveys the mounds of documents that sit in front of him, Bennett runs a hand through his salt and pepper hair. The independent counsel has had a couple of small victories. They convicted two of Clinton's associates on charges of fraud and conspiracy. But so far, the president himself has proved slippery. That's something Bennett aims to change. As an attorney, he spent his career fighting corruption and going after crooked Democrats. Every fiber of his being tells him that Clinton is as crooked as they come. But he still needs to find the proof. And that means sifting through an endless sea of documents. Ben begins diving into another transcript when there's a knock on the door. Then it looks up and finds his colleague Paul Rosen's wife standing in the doorway. Rosenswig enters and tells Bennett that he just learned some interesting news. He was having dinner with a friend whose consulting on the Paula Jones case, and apparently it's going to reveal some pretty damaging information about Bill Clinton. Bennet shakes its head. It's always fun to gossip about politicians and their misdeeds. But the Paula Jones cases outside the scope of their investigation. Even if Clinton sexually harassed her, legally, it's none of their concern. But rosenswig stepped forward with a twinkle in his eyes. He says that there's more to the story. Apparently Paula Jones lawyers subpoenaed a young White House staffer. The woman had an affair with Clinton, and now one of the president's friends is helping her find a job. But that favor comes with strings attached. In exchange when the woman speaks under oath for the Paula Jones case, she's going to lie about her affair with Clinton. It's a quid pro quo, intending to protect Clinton. Ben swings his legs off the desk and sits on. This is interesting. And if it's true, the president is using his connections to buy the woman's silence. He's asking her to lie under oath in order to preserve his own image. That's obstruction of justice, a serious crime. But to prosecute that kind of crime, they'll also need proof. So Bennett asks rosenswig if there's any evidence of this quid pro quo deal. Rosenzweig nods and excitement. There are recordings in which the woman discusses both the affair and the job search. Her colleague recorded her. Bennett rises from his desk adrenaline surging through him. This is it. This is the break they've been waiting for. Proof that Bill Clinton broke the law. They need to speak with this woman's colleague, the one who has the recordings. Her work could change everything. Still, before he moves ahead with this new angle, Ben needs to get permission from his boss, Kenneth Starr. Legally, the Paula Jones case still has no connection to whitewater. It's outside their jurisdiction. But if star agrees to expand the scope of their investigation, they might be able to prove the Clinton committed a serious crime. They may even be able to bring him down..

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"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"perjury" Discussed on American Scandal

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FBI Whistleblower Reveals Agency Created 'Threat Tag' to Track Alleged Harassment of Education Officials

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 1 year ago

FBI Whistleblower Reveals Agency Created 'Threat Tag' to Track Alleged Harassment of Education Officials

"According to a whistleblower from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the FBI is now compiling information. Under the tag Ed you officials to track parents that communicate complaints to school boards, administrators, teachers, and staff. Directly at odds to Merrick Garland's testimony sworn testimony under oath to lawmakers. Now, Senate Republicans instead of actually doing their job, they're too busy passing $1.2 trillion infrastructure packages, $2.5 billion, by the way of the infrastructure package, put money towards tree equity. That's right. Tree equity. That's what your Republicans voted for. Now why do I connect those two? Because your Senate Republicans that voted for that infrastructure package, they've been too busy. Work in the deal. Doing the process, glad handing fellow Democrat senators while the FBI. Now has Patriot Act style tags a new why would you even negotiate with this regime? Why would you vote for any bill that they put up while this is even remotely happening and it is happening? FBI creates threat tag to track alleged harassment of educators. They're never going to stop doing this until they realize that there's a legitimate opposition party in this country. And as we've said before, the new war is not going to be won in Taiwan. It's not going to happen in Taiwan, the regime doesn't want that. It's not going to be one of sand and death in the Middle East. It's not going to be a conflict in eastern Russia. No, the new war is against you. And Garland lied under oath about it. U.S. code title 18 section one 6 two one. Anyone who will fully in contrary to such oath states are subscribed any material matter, which he does not believe to be true, is guilty of perjury and shall be fined or imprisoned up to 5 years or

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Author Gregg Jarrett: John Durham Knows Just How Corrupt the FBI Is

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

Author Gregg Jarrett: John Durham Knows Just How Corrupt the FBI Is

"He wrote the books on Russian collusion and the witch hunt. Welcome back to America first with Greg Jarrett. I have to return Greg to one more and more question with regards to John Durham and the recent flurry of activities. This is a man who he stayed in the shadows for most of his career. There's only two photographs of them. Whatever you see, you know, an article about Darwin's the same photograph of him scowling coming out of a courtroom. So it's a guy looks to take his job seriously, has a pretty serious reputation, and one of the things he's known for as what was it former Connecticut U.S. attorney is that he puts feds in prison. So he has put corrupt FBI special agents and supervisory special agents in prison for breaking the law. As a result, I just want to what is it Jen Psaki says circle back on why you think the indictments are going to stay at this low level of people lying to the bureau and not actually target the people inside the bureau who were the architects and the implementers of the Russia hoax and the witch hunt? Is that just a gut sense of what you witnessed in the last two years? Well, you know, as much as I sometimes rely on confidential sources and leaked information is any journalist has terms to be commended. I mean, he's remained silent. He doesn't leap, no leaks come out of his investigation. He is a serious guy. He knows how corrupt the FBI is because he's put FBI folks behind bars. You know, I do think he is still looking at people at the FBI and others who lied in the Pfizer court weren't applications to surveillance spy on the Trump campaign. And I still think that's a possibility. You know, it would certainly be proper justice to hold people at the top, like mccabe and Comey and others. I mean, they signed off on these fisa warrants. Again, and again. They swore under penalty of perjury, the information was true. It wasn't true. I'll just give you one example. They vouched for the credibility over and over again of Christopher Steele. Yet, they didn't disclose to the court that they'd fired Christopher Steele as a confidential source for what for lying. So when you say to the goal, he's reliable in these credible, that's a lie. And they kept vouching for the veracity of the dossier when they knew and we now know that they knew that it was all a pack of

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How Did Hillary Clinton and the DNC Get Away With Spying on Donald Trump?

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 1 year ago

How Did Hillary Clinton and the DNC Get Away With Spying on Donald Trump?

"How is it that the United States of America you can spy on a presidential campaign because of a lie that you bring to the table How do we allow that in America How is that possible in America All of what I just said use exactly what happened on the Trump Anybody sorry for it now Now I go back to the audio James Comey downplaying the role of the Steele dossier in that fisa application He said I wasn't it was just a bunch of bunch of different facts Back in 2019 December 16th James Comey downplayed the Steele dos that he knew was a lie in 2016 in that fisa application Now why did he downplay it Because he knew that that vice application should have never been granted and the FBI should have never been investigating this James Comey also bragged right about sending some FBI agents He was asked in 2018 after he knew in 2016 That this steel dossier in all this was just nothing but a created lie By the party he supports And when he was asked in 2018 who went around the how did you go around the protocol Why did you go around the protocol going through The White House counsel's office Instead just sent him some FBI agents in The White House For a general Flynn perjury trap Comey smugly said I sent him And everybody laughed This is America today This is what our government is like today

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Lord Conrad Black Claims in New Article No Evidence Nixon Committed Crime

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Lord Conrad Black Claims in New Article No Evidence Nixon Committed Crime

"Talk about the incident in history that made called bernstein undeservedly famous Your latest piece with a wonderful title from the editors at american greatness is fifty years of deep state propaganda. And it has to do with the the nixon debacle and the watergate scandal. You met president nixon after he left office. You've got to know him. You wrote a superlative work on the man. Can we start with the basics. How how is it that he has gone down in conventional wisdom as the crook. Tricky dicky win as you have pointed out in your book in latest article and i just summarize it and tell me if i i'm i'm passing you ineffectively. There is no evidence that he actually committed a crime with those payments. You know there never has been and Ever tried because he wasn't well enough to face trial but Or or do you know to go and give evidence at trial. He got a pardon so he wasn't then be tried and sell that The fact is that there isn't it. I haven't the inconvenient fact about this whole Watergate business that Ah it. There is no evidence. Nixon committed a crime. Some people in his entourage that there's no better but they did not allege that mr nixon told them not to basically perjury charges in getting and obstruction of justice but none of them alleged that the nixon told them to do and And and so. The whole thing rests on did his approval of payments to watergate thin than some some of the which did that constitute obstruction of justice and all the closest we have is powered hunt as whereas it just tragically died in a plane crash near the number of young children and nixon said we'll give him give him the money he wants but he didn't say fung as he he's quieter wise under oath or anything like that. He never said anything like that. There's never been one shred of evidence that that's what nixon authorized payments for and he always alleged and there's some of the tapes that the that he specifically said they've got to be able to pay their lawyers and feed their families and so we'll we'll give the money for that. There's something wrong with

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The Whistleblowers Are Coming Out in Spades

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

The Whistleblowers Are Coming Out in Spades

"Hey everybody charlie kirke with assault and brunei otherwise known as james. O'keefe you brought a couple of people in the room with you. See i need you hard time. James suzanne on each other a couple of years hard time but you are one of the few people that actually do something meaningful in the movement. I appreciate that. So you are now. In a whistle blower project tell us about that whistleblower in the room right now you can't see them but Usps whistleblower we had a to tv insiders. One came on your stage april moss. Cbs detroit just. These are people currently employed by television news. Networks postal service. A new one came out today. Hasbro big story critical race theory. They feel compelled to go public with information. That is people. try to keep hidden. And it's the heroism. Because they wanted to lose their jobs. Now charlie so we have a dozen they have come out and and it's going to be hundreds so we're going to hear from david and a couple of seconds here but i wanted to get an idea of whistle-blowing this used to be something. The media was actually interested in right and you just kind of filling the void of courageous expose style journalism. Why i think there's a relationship. The journalists have become slaves to their access. They they've become dependent on protecting the people in power. They they wanna protect the status quo. Cnn invites clapper on even though he committed perjury. They have a symbiotic relationship with the very people are supposed to be holding accountable so no one is willing to do this. Sort of aggressive watchdog journalism anymore and twentieth century. These explorers lost their mortgages their homes they got divorces but now there's life after whistleblowing because of the digital age and websites like gibson. Go facebook insider morgan. Common last month raised half a million dollars. Charlie in twenty four hours. What did he exposed. He released documents inside facebook. As a software engineer they had quote vaccine hesitancy so facebook admitted. Even if what someone is saying on facebook is true they will censor you and they don't want you to know that they're censoring you and to me. That's the part that so shocking. They want to hide what they're doing. We want transparency into baked tack. So the whistle blowers are coming out in spades.

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Cuomo Faces Questioning, Other Fallout From Harassment Probe

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo Faces Questioning, Other Fallout From Harassment Probe

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo is facing questioning today as the investigation into sexual harassment and misconduct allegations against him appears to be nearing an end the four month investigation has already included interviews with many of the governors accusers including several former aides who accused Cuomo of unwanted kisses touches groping and inappropriate sexual remarks all of which Cuomo denies the governor is being questioned by outside investigators as part of the state attorney general's probe the Democrat is expected to be placed under oath which exposes Cuomo to potential perjury charges if he makes intentionally false statements Cuomo in office since twenty eleven has rebuffed calls to resign instead he's moving forward with plans to run for a fourth term Julie Walker New York

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H.R. 1 Is a Democrat Political Grab to End Thought-Diversity

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 1 year ago

H.R. 1 Is a Democrat Political Grab to End Thought-Diversity

"To destroy The political And philosophical diversity of the states. A direct shot in the heart of our constitutional system. Go ahead. At this point, um, state legislatures, as you referenced across the country are passing away of anti voter laws based on the same they're not. They're not passing anti voter laws. That's why would a red state the anti voter, if it's mostly Republican? Does that make any sense to anyone when you don't want their passing anti voter laws? Oh, yeah. Yes, they are. They're making it impossible to vote. You know Michael Steele so damn! What did he can't come up with a voter? I d Oh, my goodness. Also, what's his problem? And signature verification. We can't have that. That's Jim Crow. We cannot man and so literacy test to compare somebody shouldn't and you know, it's amazing. They're the ones that come up with red tape pile after pile of regulation. If you actually earn money and pay enough in taxes, you've got to look at the tax code under penalty of perjury yet to sign your your tax returns, so If you have a complicated return, you actually have to hire people because you don't know what the hell is going on. But getting a voter ID. My God, how they're gonna get. They can't afford that. How are you going to get a voter ID? This is Washington. The so called phony think tanks. The ideologues and the media. You go into various communities. Ami Horowitz has done it gets gone in the black community. Given what our idea Yeah, man, why are you asking me such a stupid question? Because these people aren't in the neighborhoods or the hood. They're not in the suburbs are nowhere. They talk to each other. It's pathetic. It's sickening. They represent nobody. But they get power. Go ahead.

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Florida Superintendent to Resign After Perjury Charge in Parkland Aftermath

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Superintendent to Resign After Perjury Charge in Parkland Aftermath

"Florida school superintendent overseeing Parkland schools could learn his fate Today. It comes amid continuing criticism over the 2018, mass shooting there and a perjury charge from a statewide grand jury. Broward County School Superintendent Robert Runcie is offered to resign, addressing a board member whose daughter was killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High if it's going to give you peace and is going to give you And those other parents who remain angry because I don't see how there's anything else I can do if it's going to give you that I will step aside. So you can have the piece that you are looking for. The school board meets today to decide his fate. The possible separation agreement runs. He is accused of lying before the grand jury investigating the shootings and other matters.

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"perjury" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"perjury" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Will be an investigation of what our obvious obvious obvious irregularities. And if we don't get that we're gonna have illegitimate illegal president installed in the country doesn't believe Won the election and worse. Here's the worst part. This is where this is the gift that will keep on giving a really bad way. Americans will never believe in their election system again. I mean, why vote? Why vote? Right? Z pretty frightening The lack of curiosity. I mean, to hear over and over again. We don't want to interview witnesses. You know, I think my show in this radio show in a few others very few. Even let the people talk. They signed affidavits under penalty of perjury. You know, I don't think anybody really cared to look at now. We're looking at hard data analysis that sophisticated from really brilliant people that we trust with national security issues, But we don't want to hear from them either. And then we've got all the laws all the constitutional issues. Nobody wants to hear about that, either. You know, listening to the Georgia secretary of State and governor. When I'm just I've had it with these two. We still need the people of Georgia to get out because they got two hours and 10 minutes to go. And you know that this race is that close for both these runoff Senate seats, But Peter Navarro always good to have you back. Thank you, my friend. Thank you, Sean. Take your 809 41. Sean, If you wanna be a part of the program, you know, where's the curiosity of the mob in the media. Did any of them ever speak out about the dirty dossier and spying on a presidential candidate and spying on the president? Nope. Any Democrat? Nope, as long as it's not them. They're fine with anything clearly happening. Well, the problem is this impacts the entire country. All of it does, by the way, not just this. Everything that's happened in the last five years. Radio show the mainstream media loves day. This is the.

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"perjury" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"perjury" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"This. When there are so many people that believe that The election was hinky and that Trump got screwed and none of this is explained, and it's all Oh, we're you know, we're going through a legal process, but it's a legal process that doesn't necessarily examine the marriage off some of these statistical abnormalities, nor some of the allegations. Whether people out there swearing was sworn affidavits under penalty of perjury, saying they saw truckloads of balance going from New York to Pennsylvania. Let's get that person in front of a committee under oath, and let's ask some further questions about it. Let that seat the light of day. Why won't the Pennsylvania Legislature controlled by Republicans? Do that. My point is this if you just continue to ignore it and sweep it under the rug, people are going to figure the fix is in. It's a cover up and eventually they're not going to take it lying down and they may mean they're going to get angry and frustrated. And as I said in the set up to this thing now, you know, 35 minutes ago that angry people sometimes do not behave rationally. They act out that lash out. Is that right? No. Is it human nature? Yeah. Unfortunately, sometimes it is to Burlington and Carl. Carl, you're on. Go ahead. Hi, Jerry. I just wanted the speak about the collection in fraud in general. Um, comparison I was hired by a being. That was under an investigation for Violations of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. FBI see turned it over to the DOJ, and I've spent the year dealing with the DOJ a year. Yeah. Wow. Okay. Long story to tell you, but, you know we're under they usually send you what's called a 15 Day letter. And you have 15 days, uh, provide all the data, you know. And they get 60 days and at the end of 60 days, they'll send you a tolling agreement says Please give us another 60 days. And if you don't sign that, they said, Well, we'll just go to court. But my point is this. The banks are required to fill out this form every year called under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, Honda And it has all the dead on on your home loans. They looked at our data and said you guys that think is guilty. Of fair lending violations. Just by looking at data they didn't open a file. I spent months and months going through files and compiling Dad and said We bank did nothing wrong and I came in, you know, like I said, they already in it, so I have no skin in the game. Lie about the big just said There's nothing wrong yet. They were going to take us to court they solely on what was on that report. Here. We have all of these anomalies in this thing, and they're more than just anomalies. We have sworn statements we have, you know, precincts. It Definitely violated this in every court has rejected the lawsuit it the lawsuit's about it. It's just It's so frustrating. I understand why people acted the way they did yesterday. Carol, Thanks for the call. Do appreciate. I really, really short on time. I would have Expounded upon Karl's points, but I don't have the time to do so real quickly. We had less than a minute. Paul Walker shot Go ahead. You're on. Yeah, I agree with the other college made that was disappointed that jury or that Ryan didn't read his speech in the Senate, But I'm even more disappointed that he voted against the objection along with the majority. It's like if people you know around, I think was pretty much on our side with this needed to be looked into. And yet even he did not vote with Senator Cruz and the others who are objecting to these electors. Yeah, thanks for the thanks for the call on. I don't know. I haven't spoken to Ron Johnson. Yeah, he appears on this radio station pretty frequently. I haven't spoken to with him directly with regard to his rational for casting his vote in the manner that he cast it. I think that his intention was to Try to bring some of this. You know, Election related anomalies up to the surface to see the light of day and they use this forum. In order to make those points. I thought his speech was extraordinarily Well crafted and made the relevant points. Um My bottom line of this whole thing is That until we get into a situation Where The Forces in legal control of this election process are willing to be transparent and subject themselves to examination of their activities during the 2020 election until that point Until that happens, there's going to be a significant level suspicion. That Something was a fall, Something was amiss. Something was perhaps illegal. And the confidence of many people in our electoral system is going to be Significantly decreased, if not evaporated altogether, and that's just not a healthy place to be. You would think And if everything was above board if everything was above board Let's say you're being accused falsely of something, and you know that the accusation is false. And you know that everything's above board Where should be screaming from the top of the tallest mon. Come on, Take a look at this. What did you want? To have your name cleared. What did you want to have It proven that what you did was above board perfectly legal following every appropriate standard. Wouldn't you want that? All that would do is if you could, you know, demonstrate that is prove the legitimacy of the results of the election. Why wouldn't the individuals who have skin in that game? Want to have that? Mantle of legitimacy placed over them if they did nothing wrong. Very good question. Isn't it? OK? Four o'clock word. For the cold, hard cash contest. You thought I was gonna forget Paul? Didn't you know you're on cold, hard cash contest four o'clock word. The word is win Wi and win. Text the word win 2 202 100 before five minutes to the top of the hour before 4 55. Today, Boy that was the shorts White House press briefing I've ever seen. 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"perjury" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"perjury" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Though. Not as bad. I mean, when you've done this a long time. I'm 64. I've been doing this for 30 years. You have some context. The election in 2000 and eight the election in 1992. The election in 1976, far worse, far, far worse than the election of 2020. But what makes it like the Cleveland Browns fumbling? Against the Broncos. They could have won this game and they didn't let's go to Ray and Blue Ridge, Georgia. Good Morning, Ray. How are you? I'm good, sir. How are you? Well, I'm down in the mouth, but, you know, carry on. It's not my first election, either. So you know what it is what it is. I do believe that Camp in Rapid Burger probably won't be around the next election. Camp Lear Georgian If he just done the easy thing, I always say, my my one of my models is, don't make Easy decisions hard. And Doug Collins was the easy decision. If he had pointed Doug Collins, we would have won both Senate seats. Probably go on. Trump would've won Georgia. But somebody persuaded in the you know, kind of weapon was a nice person, but your first time candidate, they don't know how to do it. Exactly. Nobody knew who really who she wants down here, and we're like, Okay, Kelly left word. But who is she? Who is she? Why do we want a rich person as a set? I mean, it just it makes me crazy. He made an easy decision hard and we could cost Trump the state. He should not run for re election done columns gonna beat him. I would just prefer if he just about out Well, we do need a strong person because Stacey Abrams was all over the TV this morning, so her campaign for governor started today and that that is a problem for Georgia's. My Hat is off to her, You know, let's let's pause and say, she said a gold 10 years ago. And she has never stopped working for it. And she has never turned away from it. Even when she lost. You didn't give up. She wouldn't concede. She is his dog. It is. I wish every Republican was I know I respect her in that part, but I don't respect anything about her Apologies. Oh, no. She's a radical. She's like Raphael. Warning went to these people Get up there. They're radicals. This is not my father's Democratic party. It's it's just crazy. But, captain, we're going to go crazy. Honest. I know that you know the corporate taxes back to 28 market the market this morning. I wouldn't be surprised NASDAQ is going to fall a lot because big tech noser in for big trouble. Big Texan for big trouble in a reconciliation bill calculations. Are you brown to you? Did you see what happened yesterday? No coach is out with Cove in coach Stefanski and are open all pro left guard job. Antonio as well as Hodges are wide receivers out way got like five people in the coded list, but a head coach and all pro guard It was not a good day for me. Is a bad day after day. Thank you, Ray. Honolulu, Don. Good morning. Don 1 805 201234 connection to the U U it Show what say you done? Yes. Hiding you? Well on the Supreme Court. I don't think you're going a little character didn't have to pack the court because they're going to get rid of Cavanaugh. Just watch they have him on a 2003. Take pleasure in the plagiarism perjury that don let me separate ticket to impeach a Justice's Supreme Court requires 67 67 Senate votes. Well, maybe they'll not doing no not gonna happen. Supreme Court is strong and safe. Just pray for the health of everyone on it. Okay? All right, my friend. Be well, let's go to Bob in Atlanta. Hey, Bob. Agency you You know, there's gonna be a lot of Monday morning quarterback and I understand that. But for me, the hammer was the young people. Young people are naive. Arguably stupid. Um, uninformed robotic passive, and I think they pushed the Democrats.

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"perjury" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"perjury" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"E could just see God up there, laughing. At all this political correctness representative Emanuel Cleaver, he's Democrat out of Missouri. It also happens to be an ordained United Methodist minister. He was, uh, yeah, I guess he was kind enough to give us a preview of what to expect if Democrats gain control of the government, Um it was on Sunday and Representative and Master Cleaver gave the opening prayer. You just heard part of it there to the House of Representatives. No big deal, right? Except Cleaver was on a mission. Get rid of that evil word. Amen. In the original brute text, it means so be it. I was brought up a Southern Baptist meaning Agreed, means the same thing. Did you know that a man is a sexist word? It is the Democrats. It has the word men in it. A men can't have that s O Cleaver into the prayer with A men. And a woman. You might think in ordained minister would know the word. Amen is not gender specific at all. It's a Hebrew word. That means so be it, and it's been used for centuries to conclude prayers. Doesn't matter Doesn't matter that won't culture must be shoved down our throats at every opportunity. Just a preview of what to expect. Biden eventually does sit in the Oval Office and it looks like that's gonna be the case. Um, the They also came out with more house rules. Maybe That was the reason for the prayer ending like that where you can't say father, daughter, sister brother. Has to be gender neutral for fear of hurting someone's feelings, I guess. All right, let me get back to your calls will in Dallas. Well, thanks for waiting. Hello, will Yes, I'm here, Rick. All right. Your turn. Sorry. Sorry. Didn't hear you there. Go ahead long time and I'm the will to talk to you. Two years back about the electoral college, and it seemed like someone bites in the butt a little bit, but what I want to say And how many times are they gonna count votes in Georgia? It's been what three times now and it's still nothing has changed. That's for, uh, the number of votes are nothingto. Save the outcome. And just one more thing. I would want to echo what Robert said. I like what he said in his forest. Um, the gentleman called said Do the math. I don't think people realized that Trump rubbed a lot of people wrong and people who Well, I never would have thought it was Gotta have voted. Is I mean, and I'm talking several and it's like they didn't vote. Well, you're right. And I agree with everything you just said other than Yeah, they've counted the votes three times trashing trash out, recounting the same fraudulent votes. And excluding the same proper votes is going to give you the same result. Correct. Yeah, Crazy. Well, isn't that correct? If all you're doing is recounting the same thing over and over again, not distinguishing between fraudulent votes and proper votes. Aren't you going to end up with the same result? Three times. Maybe. Maybe not. But if you do it three times and it comes out, right, Let's okay. You're missing one. I'm saying Well, which I understand what you're saying. Okay if you count the same fraudulent votes Three times. Not distinguishing or separating vote ballots based on looking at the balance and investigating whether one's proper ones improper. If all you're doing is counting the same thing over again, you're going to get the same result. Look, maybe they're right. Based Maybe they're right there. Ted. Yeah. Is it a chance that Okay, This is the third time we look at the matter. There's nothing wrong here. I'm really okay. Listen. Well, if your comfort if you can, if that lets you sleep at night That's fine. As far as the electoral college goes, we need to keep the electoral college there's unless, of course you want Los Angeles, New York and Chicago, Uh, to pick the president. From now on. I don't think you want that, do you? Well, I don't think that they picked in this time. I think it was the United States United States that woman. Oh, well, maybe maybe it's me. It's not you will. It's me. What I'm saying is, if you understand the electoral college and the reason it was set up, it was to give places like Kansas and Missouri. And Oklahoma and other small small states. With less population representation in an election. It's so their voices could be heard in count. Otherwise, the more populous areas are going to pick the president. From now on. You don't want that right? No. Shut up. OK, well, then you believe in the electoral college. Yeah. You know what in that and I do understand it. It's not. It's not too bad. It's really not. Well, No, I mean nothing's perfect, but it's the best thing going right now. A Zafar is Georgia goes I think it is my grandfather used to say is crooked as a dog's hind leg. I mean, you've got how many hundreds of sworn affidavits do you have this in? These aren't just Oh, I heard this or I saw that or a guy told me this or guy told me that these air sworn affidavits under perjury penalty of perjury, which means If they're lying, they could go to jail. Would you lie that you know what Rick understand what you're saying about this? But if I'm going in, and I tell you Hey, man, this is what I saw. Who's to say Who's Who's to say that? I'm wrong? If I tell you, that's what I saw. That's what I thought. No one. I'll give you that. You know what? Well, well, well, Listen, I'm gonna give you that. Because the law of statistics will say that out of hundreds of these sworn affidavits, statistics say that some of them are going to be wrong. Correct. Exactly Just exactly just exactly the point. The statistics don't don't lie. They get you in the same zip code. Statistically, when they stopped counting the votes on the night of the election, it was statistically impossible for Biden to take that kind of lead the next day. Unless that was manipulated. So how can you say will? Yes. Statistically, those sworn affidavits there got to be some wrong. But statistically, the election was was wide, open, pure and honest Election. What? What I'm saying is well, I'm not arguing with you Necessarily. I'm saying statistically, Biden couldn't pull that off. Without help. Without him. So many everybody get out, and I'm not talking about voter health. I'm talking. Okay. I'm talking about manipulating balance, taking improper ballots and counting them in with With other ballots. It's statistically I mean, I was on the year until midnight wasn't a midnight guys. It was midnight Election night in 11 about 11 15. All of voting's over counting Stop just stopped dead. And you know, Trump was ahead by hundreds of thousands of votes. And then all of a sudden, sometime in the wee hours of the morning, All of these hundreds of thousands of votes came in for Biden. It just will. Statistically it doesn't make any sense and whether it's right or wrong. You should want. You should want this thing to be ripped wide open so people can trust the government again, right? Yes. Okay, Well, we're not that far off, except yeah. I don't I don't buy your premise. Well, I appreciate the call very much. Robert in Comanche. Robert. How you doing? Pretty good yourself doing Well, thanks. Hey, I'm been listening to show for a couple of years. 62 years old. The first time I voted was for Trump in 2016 was always my opinion. Really no matter who got elected. That was just like a figurehead and somebody else really pulled the strings and ran the show. And this little deal here kind of So what if I was what? What I always thought, um Couple of names. Um, no. Watch a little bit of seeing the end. I want a bit of NBC. I watch a little bit of Newsmax. I watch a little bit of all of it. A couple weeks for the election. They kind of light up the printing plant on CNN. They stated that they didn't have to win everything. All they had to do was win. If you states in the states that they had the wind and the ones that Aaron questions now. Swing states, right? Yes. So late already. They already had all this kind of lined up number two was really proud of Trump. His first four years standing up to everybody really disappointed in the last couple of months. Expecting to be a lot stronger..

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"perjury" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"perjury" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm alright. Alright. How are you? But hey, listening to the show today I'm kind of getting the field as to why Shirky and some of these other Republicans in the state of Michigan have been doing anything to resist the fraudulent election. I just heard the other day that Michigan's lagging behind on some of the legal challenges and some of these other states are involved in Just listening to the show today and hearing that attorney talk about Things going on. And the story about the doctor. I think it was a Protective services came to check into his him and his family. Exactly That kind of a tactics is something that totalitarians Do all the time. That's exactly right. Oh, that's that's why he called our leaders here in Michigan just that. Right. And can you tell me off top your head? What is Shirky done lately? The counter some of this fraud. In the shenanigans that went on in this state. Can you off the top of your head? Tell because I don't want to listen to your show every day. All right, let me let me just put it. I'll just answer you this way. No individual legislator can do anything to turn around the election. Okay? They even the leader in the Senate or the House, the speaker, the former speaker Lee Chatfield. They can only steer debate and bring forth the topics that are going to be voted upon. But they've got to be introduced. Keep in mind that gotta be introduced by members of that body. Well, what about what about hearing they had some hearing from Giuliani was here? Yes, they can. They can have committees call up people to investigate this. The Republicans are sitting on their hands. I don't know. If a lot of these people are never Trumpers, I sometimes get the feeling maybe Shirky may or may not be. Who knows He's not a never Trumper, believe me, you know, Remember, Remember, the attorney general is threatening Mike Shirky with a perjury investigation, she said, because he had the nerve to visit the president at the White House. As to the speaker is intimidating him. And you mean to tell me you know he doesn't have anything And there's a little bag of legislative tricks that he could do to gum up the words, Sue them challenge and do something. It's like they're just sitting around. Doing nothing waiting this to just go past and we'll move on. And that is really irritating to me as someone who had my my vote was stolen. During this election. And you know another thing You don't mind like, interjecting. I'd have to think of something when you're talking about Nestle and using Nazi Nazi thing, Frank, you know from your German background. And not becomes from national socialists. That's right s O the socialist face When you say Nazi. I'm not criticizing you. But when you know you're absolutely right to point that out to go into more depth of it. Yeah, but you have the image of Hitler in the mustache And you know the goose. You know what I'm saying? Go. Well, that's that's not Dana nuts. It's almost like a visual reject. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, but if you say socialist.

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"perjury" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"perjury" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"There was no attempt to present first rate work. None whatsoever. It was sloppy. You would reject this if it was a dissertation. Well, I would say, John, and that the I thought the lawsuit in Georgia read the federal lawsuit in Georgia read much more like a workman like litigation product. And a lot of the stuff that was filed in other places, But by and large, I agree with you the one that was Friday and from last week that was, I can't remember if they filed this and think it was Georgia. Where, you know the typical thing that you say in an affidavit. Is that your filing in under penalty of perjury and they had a typo and said that they were filing it under plenty of perjury, which I guess we've been unfortunate. Unfortunate failure to proof read correctly. I have some sympathy for them, John because you're in this in this particular Peculiar field. You're operating under much more time pressure than you do in ordinary circumstances. Because there's on Lee a few weeks, fraud is not easy to prove. And there's only a few weeks between the time the election ends and the federal deadline for rub contesting these things, But at the same time, you're quite right If you're a judge who's reading this stuff? You know, Rule one is you the judge is not going to feel like you're taking your case. Seriously. You're taking the court seriously. If you hand in a product that looks like it hasn't been read over before it's been submitted. That is Goes back to something we talked about a while ago. Andy. It seems that there is no one who has extensive experience in the field of electoral Voting and voting rights cases. Dealing with the present working with the president's team. And so those people would be used to the time crunch used to the places to go for evidence and try to shorten that process to finally be able to present the evidence and proof. Read it. That we found anybody that works extensively in this field of law working for the president. I would say not only that Daddy is but on the Democrat side, you see the opposite, by the way, you see, like hardened veterans of the the Bush versus Score contest and that sort of stuff. But I think also since Bush versus Gore, maybe even before, but certainly since Every campaign. Every big national campaign, especially presidential campaign, always has a budget for litigation. And a battalion of lawyers recruited nationally because they know that they may have to jump in. Not only after the election is over, but often as we saw in this one during while the election is ongoing. And it seems to me that the Trump campaign for all of the noise that it made and a lot of which I agree with about the dangers of mail in voting and voter fraud. I don't know that they geared up their legal operation. I don't mean that as a not by the way on the lawyers who were trying to do it, You know, I happen to know. For example, John Eastman, who's representing The president of the Supreme Court. The latest effort to try to get into the Supreme Court is a friend of mine. He's a former dean of Chapman Law School. He's an excellent constitutional lawyer. But I do think they're outmanned. I don't think they don't really think they budgeted for this. On a lot of it seems to be going on on the fly. Detail. January 6 is the next big date here. That's the date that the Congress is to accept the electoral college decision. And if I read the, uh, the procedure correctly That day member of the House of Representatives and a member of the Senate if they raise objection to any particular electoral college vote. The whole Congress goes into debate for two hours, I believe, and then they vote by majority. Whether the vote will be accepted or not. At this point, there are various voices indicating they might object. And Andy I puzzle were wondering into unknown territory here in Bush v. Gore. There was objection. I believe there was objection in the carry Bush race of 04, but it didnt carry through to debate because of different versions in Bush v. Gore. There was no senator who joined The members of the House who objected in in Carry versus Bush. There was no member of either house who objected. There was just a objection and people identified it. So we've never seen a process moved to that two hour debate. Do you think it's You think it's imaginable? This point Given this, I'll say the lack of acuity by the President's team that they would press a member of Congress to raise that objection. Well, they're certainly doing that John and I actually think there may be one Historical instance of this. This was in the 1960 election when Hawaii was fairly new to the union. They originally said that the Nixon had gotten Hawaii's electoral vote or votes on then the governor and that if they had a recount, Kennedy won On Ben, the governor certified The Kennedy slight and they both ended up going to Washington sits right to be recognized. It was it was not only somewhat dramatic, but poignant because it was Vice President Nixon, of course. Was presiding and had to had to make the ruling. And ultimately they they took the Kennedy flight s o way have had some fairly dramatic circumstances. Obviously, Gore Was presiding over the the 2001 proceedings in connection with the Bush V. Gore. So right after Bush v. Gore, so you know it's been It's got not a long history, but an interesting one. And I do think that right now it looks like the president may have one or two senators who notwithstanding, we hear that Senator McConnell's pushing in the other direction, but there may be one or two of them. Who's willing to work with A number of the president's allies in the house. And, you know, maybe they'll make some noise. I think it could blow up on them in a lot of ways. What I would continue to remind people is There's a lot of Republicans who were elected to Congress from these disputed states. And if you're going to take the position that the vote was illegitimate, I don't know how you don't take the position that their elections of illegitimate as well. So I can see a lot of ways that this could just keep those south on the people who want Oh, Turn it into a new, interesting afternoon, according to the Electoral College. Joe Biden is the president elect. And we'll turn to Mr Biden next, because right now there's reason to believe there's some hesitation by the Biden transition. To deal with the unusual matter of the Biden family and the challenge to the Biden families honesty these years in dealing with foreign powers. You know, it's not just Hunter Biden. 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"perjury" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"perjury" Discussed on KTRH

"Showroom is open seven days a week on the corner of West Timer and Boss Miller. Last load. Ian Cleanups been taken several hours downtown. I Jenny said 59 so plan for about a half hour delay on the Katy Freeway back from the West Loop to 90. He spent it. Hollister got an accident. Anyone causing about a five minute delay westbound on to 90. It's Skinner. Get in London and the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. The book, which is about to be out in electronic format in 12 days and in hardback in on February 16th, which happens to be crock, It's 14th birthday myself. 14th birthday. It's entitled framing Flynn. Scandalous takedown of an American general now during the transition as President. Trump has been elected in November 16 and he's not yet taken office in January of 17 1 of the folks he brought in with Michael Flynn, who has, Davis told us Barack Obama didn't like and his folks were out to get so They set him up with these meetings, and now they're getting ready to prosecute him and Joe Biden 47 years in public life decides Here's where we'll get him this arcane statute. From police 17 hundreds that's never been used since 18 50. That's the ticket. Is that where we are Dave? That's exactly where we are. But right, they break it up. So bite brings up the low act in the Logan Act, basically, What it says is that if you're a private citizen of the United States, you can't enter into negotiations with another country on behalf of the U. S. Okay. What it doesn't say, though, is that the national security advisor isn't allowed to have conversations with other countries. So So anyway, So they have this determination. They want to get Flynn. But then they realized that's not probably gonna work out. So later on the FBI bigwigs decided that they were trying to nail plant in a perjury trap. So they sent over. A couple of crooked FBI agents did Michael Flynn's office at the White House after he had already moved in, and Trump had been inaugurated. And they told me to meet a lawyer or anything, and we just need to clear up a few things. So they decided they wanted to lay a perjury trap for Michael Flynn, because here's the thing, Michael once you if you ask questions And you won't know the answers to those questions. And you have somebody a question. You're basically hoping that the light you're laying a perjury trap for the person. They already had The transcript of Michael Flynn's call with this Russian ambassador. So they didn't really need to ask what he said during the phone call they already knew. So they went into his office, and they asked him about whether he had discussed, uh, sanctions with Sergei Kislyak and Flynn was like I maybe I don't know. Probably not. I don't remember. I mean, who remembers even said he goes. Look, I've had conversations with probably 30 different country. I'm not sure So when the FBI agents left Flynn's office, they didn't think he looked like they think he'd lied. So no crime had been committed. Embarrassed, noting they didn't show up and tell him he was under investigation. He wasn't given the opportunity to have a lawyer present He thought he was being a team player is part of the government during a transition. And being completely honest with these folks, even in not recalling so he had no reason to believe that what they were really trying to do was send this man to prison. Right. And you You have nailed that right on the head. He had no idea He was a suspect of any crime. He had no idea He was under investigation, and he 100% thought they were all on the same team. He thought they just filling in a few holes for them so they could do their job and support. He had no idea and so they went back. And now the Here's where it really gets bad. Peter's frog fills out what's called a form 302 or three Oates, who is the official record that's made by the investigating agents of an interview with somebody who's under investigation. 302. Typically, I mean, They don't electronically record these interviews. It's all done by memory and written and type out after the fact and they've got five days to turn in in. Well, nobody to this day has ever seen the original three of two. That was done that what the transcription of the, uh, interview with General Flynn and so struck rewrote it. He wrote that he got together with his mistress. This FBI lawyer, Lisa Paige. And they rewrote the 302 to fit a narrative that they wanted it to fit. It was a fake 302 and so generous so then General foot. That's that's what really started pushing the snowball down the hill. And once you know he was then he was charged with lying to the FBI. And, uh, you know, he hired these These lawyers who were never Trumpers, and they basically drained him of everything he ever owned. Put him 4 to $5 million dead. He had to sell his home and everything else to try to fight this because you've been charged with lying to the FBI. Talk, but they realized there was no Logan Act violation. So they tried to claim that he lied about whether he discussed sanctions with this Russian ambassador, which he didn't Lie about anything but Federal prosecutors made a deal with General Flynn if he would plead guilty to lying to the FBI. They would destroy his son, Michael Flynn Jr. Who they were trying to paint as an agent of Turkey. Everybody to these people if it's some sort of foreign agent under mine. Except for actually brother by Dave. I've got two minutes left. What happened when this thing is getting ready to go to print and the president pardons Michael Flynn? How does that as an author, How does that change where you were in this process? Well, it was well, it changed quite a bit because I wanted this book book to be easily digestible, even be understood by people who weren't familiar with it. Maybe.

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"perjury" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"perjury" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The transition as President. Trump has been elected in November 16 and he's not yet taken office in January of 17 1 of the folks he brought in with Michael Flynn, who has Dave has told us Barack Obama didn't like and his folks were out to get so They set him up with these meetings, and now they're getting ready to prosecute him and Joe Biden 47 years in public life decides Here's where we'll get him. This arcane statute from the late 17 hundreds that's never been used since 18 50. That's the ticket. Is that where we are, Dave? That's exactly where we are. But right, they break it up. Survives brings up the low act in the Logan Act. Basically, what it says is that if you're a private citizen of the United States, you can't enter into negotiations with another country on behalf of the U. S. Okay, what it doesn't say, though, is that the national security advisor isn't allowed to have conversations with Other countries. So so anyway, so they have this determination. They want to get Flynn. But then they realized that's not probably gonna work out. So later on the FBI bigwigs decided that they were trying to nail Flynn in a perjury trap. So they sent over. A couple of crooked FBI agents did Michael Flynn's office at the White House after he had already moved in, and Trump had been inaugurated. And they told him he didn't need a lawyer or anything, And then they just need to clear up a few things. So they decided they wanted to lay a perjury trap for Michael Flynn, because here's the thing Michael wants you if you ask questions. And you won't know the answers to those questions. You ask somebody a question. You're basically hoping that the light you're laying a perjury trap for the person. They already had The transcript of Michael Flynn's call with this Russian ambassador. So they didn't really need to ask what he said during the phone call, they already knew. So they went into his office, and they asked him about whether he had discussed sanctions with Sergei Kislyak and Flynn was like, maybe I don't know. Probably not. I don't remember. I mean, who remembers even said he goes. Look, I've had conversations with probably 30 different countries. I'm not sure So when the FBI agents left Lens office, they didn't think he looked like they think he lied. So no crime had been committed and embarrass, noting they didn't show up and tell him he was under investigation. He wasn't given the opportunity to have a lawyer present He thought he was being a team player is part of the government during a transition. And being completely honest with these folks, even in not recalling so he had no reason to believe that what they were really trying to do was send this man to prison. Right. And you You have nailed that right on the head. He had no idea He was a suspect of any crime. He had no idea He was under investigation, and he 100% thought they were all on the same team. He thought they just filling in a few holes for them so they could do their job and support. He had no idea. And so they went back. And now the Here's where it really gets bad. Peter struck bills out what's called a form 3023. Oates, who is the official record. That's made by the investigating agents off an interview with somebody who's under investigation. The 302 typically I mean, They don't electronically record these interviews. It's all done by memory and written and type out after the fact and they've got five days to turn in in. Well, nobody to this day has ever seen the original three of two. That was done that what the transcription of the, uh, interview with General Flynn and so struck rewrote it. He wrote that he got together with his mistress, this FBI lawyer, Lisa Paige, and they rewrote the 302 to fit a narrative that they wanted it to set. It was a fake 302 and so So then. General foot. That's that's what really started pushing the snowball down the hill. And once you know he was then he was charged with lying to the FBI. And, uh, you know, he hired these These lawyers who were never Trumpers, and they basically drained him of everything he ever owned. Put him 4 to $5 million dead. He had to sell his home and everything else to try to fight this because you've been charged with lying to the FBI. Talk, but they realized there was no Logan Act violation. So they tried to claim that he lied about whether he discussed sanctions with this Russian ambassador, which he didn't Lie about anything but Federal prosecutors made a deal with General Flynn if he would plead guilty to lying to the FBI. They would destroy his son, Michael Flynn Jr. Who they were trying to paint as an agent of Turkey. Everybody to these people if it's some sort of foreign agent under mine. Except for actually for honor By Dave I've got two minutes left. What happened when this thing is getting ready to go to print and the president pardons Michael Flynn? How does that as an author, How does that change where you were in this process? Well, that was well, it changed it quite a bit because I wanted this book book to be easily digestible, even be understood by people who weren't familiar with it. Maybe we're political is little bit. We're really into this stuff, so it sounds complicated. I wanted to simplify things. So I had a book. It was a story from beginning Had a middle but didn't have an end because at the time the case was still sort of hanging up in the air. His new lawyer, Sydney, Pal, had done a masterful job of trying to get him exonerated. But with the election and biting and all that stuff, we weren't quite sure where that was going to go. So Donald Trump Day before Thanksgiving, announces the pardon. I call my publisher and I said, Look, I got to figure out we got to do something. I can't put a book out about this story not have the end. And so they literally stop the printing presses. It's like Stop! There's a guy with the cap in the printing room, yelling Stop! The presses s so I had to write a new chapter of the book. I went back and change some things and I had to add an entire new chapter. And so that pushed the hardcover version back into February. But the good news is the electronic one. Come 12 days. Is Flynn aware that you're writing this book? We reached out. Um, we have had people reaching out to him to his lawyer. Sydney pals tried reaching out to a son. Um, unfortunately And I totally understand that they just you know, didn't get back to us on anything. Which I get because at the time we reached out He had the process was still sort of hanging in the balance, So he really couldn't say anything anyway. So quite frankly, I don't know. I hope so. Because it Zoe solid portrayal of what he went through. Did we did a ton of research on this and The man venison. He committed no crime. And I certainly hope that this book and forms people who maybe didn't know that General Flynn is a patriot who deserves our respect, And he's earned it. Well. Not only is there his image that deserves To be fairly portrayed and protected and resurrected. There is the fact that a process that could do that to him conduce that to anyone and people need to understand what happened here at the in the highest halls of Of power. So that this doesn't happen again. Well, that's just it. That's just it, Michael. The Yeah at the highest levels of government take a very complicated and very convoluted plot to destroy an innocent American citizens. Was being waged all because they didn't like somebody's politics. It's disgusting, and it could happen to any one of us well, and if he weren't Michael Flynn, and he didn't have such a distinguished and honorable career. And some friends in high places, including a president, he was getting ready to serve in the White House. Um then he probably would have just played out and going to prison and how many other people have that happened to them?.

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