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5 Years Ago, the FBI Launched a Treasonous Abuse of Power

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:10 min | Last month

5 Years Ago, the FBI Launched a Treasonous Abuse of Power

"July thirty first just a couple of days ago was the fifth anniversary of the opening of crossfire. Hurricane their investigation of the presidential campaign of trump in july twenty sixteen. The campaign wasn't even over yet. They were already neck deep in. No this was. This was a shameful episode. I and i didn't think it was important to mark the fifth anniversary of it. I mean because it really did Start something terrible in the fbi and it did huge damage to the country to a presidency to an administration and to the fbi itself and basically what it was was the opening of crossfire. Hurricane was the opening of a formal official investigation of the trump campaign and it was based and it led of course to An entire series of investigations. It led to the misuse of these secret. Pfizer court In order to get on false premises a warrant to spy on a low level Trump foreign policy adviser and perhaps in one of the worst episode ever It led to the head of the fbi briefing. A president elax on a salacious unfounded. Rumor that he'd been filmed watching a kinky sex act several years earlier in moscow and the russians had this video all of which have been made up my guy in a bar who told it to former british spy who had been hired by the clinton campaign and so the director of the fbi is telling us and you know you think well why were relations between the new president and the director of the fbi ancestry strain poison. Maybe that had something to do with it. Happened on january seven. Th two thousand seventeen two weeks before the president became the president

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Durham Report into Trump-Russia Investigation: Has It Uncovered Criminal Activity?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Durham Report into Trump-Russia Investigation: Has It Uncovered Criminal Activity?

"John solomon so much. This guy's first things first you've reported about it devin. Newness intimated kit kit. It be the dharam report is finally going to be released. There are certainly a lot of signs that durham is in the final stages his investigation. I've talked to people that have talked to him or lawyers that are representing people. There's been a lot of activity a lot of writing a lot of questions. A lot of follow up and the real question is. Are we just going to get a report telling us what we know happened or might we get some criminal charges. Devin nunes think there'll be some criminal charges that's consistent with some of the behavior i've seen had going on with grand jury activity and other things but you know there are other also intimations that just going to be a report. We'll have to wait and see no matter what it is. We waited for it a longtime nearly three years. It will be nice to finally get the complete story of what really went wrong in the russia collusion investigation but this this went from being an administrative report to being a criminal one over a year ago so if if it if it was converted. Surely that only happens when you have evidence of some kind of punitive crime. No john there's no doubt they had evidence of a crime. Clearly we saw already right one. Fbi or former fbi pleaded guilty to falsifying evidence. There's clearly other evidence of crimes. The question is in this political environment. Can they get an indictment by a grand jury in a city like washington or new york. Which are the two most likely indictment locations. That's a question we don't know But you know the facts clearly layout other examples of fraud or deception. Intentional deception of pfizer. Court the only question is can they get a grand jury to do it. What i have seen though is very thorough evans. A very thorough investigation. John durham has been working every angle. For for many many

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"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A warrant a secret surveillance warrant was applied for and authorized by the Pfizer court to spy on an American citizen Carter page, who is completely innocent has never no charges have ever brought it comes as many as a spotless record, naval, academy graduate. I mean. This warrant was acquired and the attorney general of the United States. Knew nothing about it. Did you tell me that, that in her testimony? It actually is. Yes. How was that possible? How does this hap-? How does the FBI obtained this warrant against this man in American citizen, who is a volunteer on a presidential campaign in the middle of a presidential election? And the attorney general knows nothing about it. We'll keep in mind. Sally Yates is the one who signed the original Sally Yates, and James Comey. She was the deputy attorney general. Right. She is the deputy attorney general who then was a holdover. She was acting attorney general when the new camp, the new administration started, and then she defied the president and the president fired her Sally Yates signed off on it, and never told the G. That's what it appears to have happened yet. According to the attorney general, pardon me. According to the attorney general that is we should right now. It's interesting James Comey's book he explains that there's kind of there was kind of bad blood between Lynch and Jake set their staffs didn't really communicate. And so, you know, maybe this was something intentionally withheld from her now. But these are there, other people who said this as well. So James Baker who was Jim commies general counsel. He just said that he didn't take a look at the page Pfizer. And I believe Tricia Anderson, just said this in her testimony as well. So we, you know, you've got this really what it Colmey. Save by applications are stick as your risks and they're very carefully vetted. And there's a very detailed process to go through, and now everybody's like that's a by application. What's that? That's the oh, I've never heard Christopher Steele. Who's that? You know, nobody nobody, nobody knows nothing mom's name. Alright. Well, and let's go back to the conversation, we were just having so we're trying to delineate how early this investigation began and, and around, you know, a may or June is when fusion GPS was hired by the Clinton team prior to that. Fusion GPS was digging up dirt oppo research on Trump at the behest of never Trump Republicans through Washington, free beacon is do we have some understanding that some of that dirt, that was paid for by the never Trump Republicans that made its way to the CIA that, that the John Brennan? Did something with that stuff or James Comey for that matter. I'm I'm not sure, but I'm kind of starting to suspect it. I don't know so much about Brennan. But now Christopher Steele was also working as an FBI source at this time to see all these weird connections. He's communicating with Bruce or who is the associate deputy attorney general whose wife is also working at fusion GPS at the same time. So it's very likely very one thing. I do want to clarify Washington free beacon retained fusion through January of twenty seventeen. So we were first told that, no, we didn't have anything with the dossier. It was handed off to, you know, our opposition research was handed off to the Democrats and Christopher Steele sometime in the spring, but then we later find out cutting any it reveals at one point that they have until January of twenty seventeen now why? Did they hire the storm to begin with and why do they keep them so long? I'm I'm not sure I think there's still some money to answer questions about the never Trump Republicans involvement and all this to enjoy can let me ask you this. We only have about a minute left here, but I mentioned the president, basically has made this decision. He wants intelligence community to cooperate with attorney general bar in the declassification process, where would you like them to forget given knowing the story of the way you know, it, what do you think the priority needs to be a here? What needs to be declassified I what questions do you want answered? I mean obviously the fo at five application, Devin Nunes has been pushing for that for several months on their several pages that he would like declassified, unredacted and release. And so there's that one that I would like to see that I think I Representative Nunez and the president, we're looking for our Email, and text communications between James, call me. Andrew McCabe Peter Struck. Lisa page. So I would like to see their internal communications because this could really help us get some clarification when this all began. And if it really did start at the beginning of twenty sixteen or even late twenty fifteen then all of the stories that we've been told are gonna are gonna blow up and so I, I would definitely like to see those three oh, two from Bruce, or, and his, I guess, dozen or so meetings with Christopher Steele. So there are a lot of, of those documents that I think will really start to shed some light. And that's why people are so nervous. Do seem kind of nervous. Don't they have you ever seen journalists saying? No, we don't want this information..

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"pfizer court" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on WJR 760

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"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Has the morning off. So I have to say that I'm happy because after reading that American spectator story from from yesterday, and and seen you know, what what they're saying. And connecting the dots. Even back to the FIS abuse and the FIS accord rebuking the Obama administration all the things that we have been concerned about that air. Can I've talked about for the last two years all of the major major major concerns because we were taught it was two years ago that we were on the Obama administration and the Pfizer court and the chief of the FIS of court stating and rebuking the Obama administration for violating the rights of American citizens in essence spine on them illegally. By getting secret warned sun, then and we just said, we'll do they apply to and then whenever then came out against, you know, about Carter page and the FIS award there, and then rand Paul coming out and saying look, I think that I was spied on. I was told I was fight on and Eric. I've always said are there dots. Connect the to his one related to the other. Are they separate things in the intelligence agencies? What was going on what the FIS court was doing or excuse me, what the Obama administration was doing what they were rebuked for was at completely different. Then anything to do with the dossier and the twenty sixteen election, and we never knew and we just said we'll any of these dots. Ever be connected now the dots are starting to be connected. And all I care about is the truth. All Eric cares about is the truth and getting to the truth in all of this. And if what Joe digenova said on Fox News last week, if it is totally and completely accurate and most of what he said could actually be proven to be accurate by what the FIS accord has already released then you are going down the road of investigating everything that we have looked at over the last two years that we feel has to be looked at when it comes to illegal spine. When it comes to trying to destroy the legitimacy.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"A lotta this folks get a load of this doozy. And that's spreadsheets kept by the bureau during the verification process validated. Only small pieces of the dossier while concluding other parts where false. Now, again, regular listeners to my show here. No, I've only mentioned the woods foul Paula. How many times I mentioned this? Got a thousand times the woods procedure folks to verify information before you bring it into the FIS accord, if you're an FBI agent swear to it. In other words, if Joe robbed the Bank, I have to produce evidence from sources videotapes sworn testimony fingerprints. I have to swear to that. I have to verify it when you use the Pfizer court a court, which is not our standard coaches it. They're not the regular court system. It's a non adversarial. You don't have the right to go in there. If you're being spied on when you use the Pfizer court to prevent the government from spying on just anybody using the Pfizer court. You have to verify the information using this woods procedure. Where people have to sign off that it is verified, ladies and gentlemen. There are documents there, maybe some spreadsheets where people tried tried to verify information and Solomon sources indicate not only was the information not verified. The the information was fall. False. Oh, man. That's going to be good. Do you wanna be the guy on that spreadsheet who signed your name to a woods file and swore that you engage in these verification procedures using this woods procedure to verify information. And when you try to verify that it was false, and you walk into a Pfizer court anyway. Yeah. I'm not sure that's going to go over well with the Pfizer court when they get winded..

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"pfizer court" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The application for the warrant before the Pfizer court, the FBI leaked knows stories based on the dossier. The FBI was leaking stories that were then getting published in the New York Times Washington Post and elsewhere in what they did they put those news stories in there affadavit as evidence. To support the warrant they leaked them. Just like they plied popadopoulos with a bunch of garbage about the Russians having thirty thousand emails and arranged for him to tell somebody that would tell the FBI, they planted news stories. About the dossier elements of the dossier and elements of collusion those stories ran and then they took those stories put them in their application. So look judge. It's not just us. The media's under this too. But the media only knew what they have because the FBI lak- tool. Now, you can't do that in your local community without getting caught in the process and paying a steep price. And his question is what's going to happen to these people? If this investigation is real now, this is what the independent or the inspector general Mr. Horowitz's looking at now, he's looking at the FIFA process. However, one of the problems with his investigation is that many of the people involved in it or the longer there. And thus not sure it can talk to them. But if if Vars investigation gets gets this deep to find out and it must. That's going to be learned because we already know this at any rate folks, you getting a good night's rest and good night's sleep is a top priority. For a good buddies at bollandbranch so much. So they have now undertaken their most ambitious effort yet. Now, you know, they've got the the the luxurious sheets and towels and other things for the bedroom bath experience, but they've decided to go for all the marbles. They have now created the Boll and branch mattress. And this is no ordinary mattress. This is a top of the line mattress. It's built specifically to give you a great night's rest for years to come. There is more attention to detail in the construction of this mattress than ever. You can tell from the number of layers in the assembly process to the number and kinds of coils that give you both a firm night's rest and so much comfort at the same time. Now, I powerful.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Our last caller David in crystal river, Florida, I forgot to mention one thing to you. That also happened during the application for the warrant before the Pfizer court, the FBI. Leaked news stories based on the dossier. The FBI was leaking stories that were then getting published in the New York Times Washington Post and elsewhere in what they did they put those news stories in their affidavit as evidence. To support the warrant they leaked them. Just like they plied popadopoulos with a bunch of garbage about the Russians having thirty thousand emails in a raise for him to tell somebody that would tell the FBI, they planted news stories. About the dossier elements of the dossier and elements of collusion those stories ran, and then they took those stories put them in their application said, look judge. It's not just us the media's onto this too. But the media only knew what they have because the FBI late to to them. Now, you can't do that in your local community without getting caught in the process and paying a steep price. And his question is what's going to happen to these people? If this investigation is real now, this is what the independent the inspector general Mr. Horowitz's looking at now, he's looking at the Pfizer engage process. However, one of the problems with his investigation is that many of the people involved in it are no longer there. And thus. Not sure he can talk to them. But if if if bars investigation gets gets this deep to find out and it must. That's going to be learned because we already know this at any rate folks, you getting a good night's rest. A good night's sleep is a top priority for.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"But Muller's, no conclude. No collusion. Conclusion was the first pinprick in their narrative of there being good reason to believe Trump colluded with Russia and bars and grams deeper investigations could find answers to many troubling questions such as where the FBI and the intelligence community essentially used to carry out a political dirty trick. To try to stop Trump from winning and then to de-legitimize his election victory afterwards from the hill dot com and John Solomon. How many times have we said that? Yeah. Did the FBI mislead the Pfizer court? That's the secret court by withholding evidence of innocence and failing to tell the judges that their main evidence was brought bought and paid for by Trump's democratic rival and written by Trump hating British operative. Did struck page and Steele's overt anti-trump bias impact. The investigation did the FBI used for teaching leaks to the news media to create evidence or a narrative to sustain a probe with week underpinnings and did the FBI abuse intelligence, tools or unnecessarily use invasive tactics targeted just one candidate and impinged on a fair and free election. And the other point I would say that it seems that he left out of here is was there any illegal unmasking that was done to find out. What was going on inside of the Trump administration, right? Getting answers. These questions is essential to restore America's trust in the FBI and the Justice system. John Solomon, I agree with that wholeheartedly. It also is essential to ensuring accountability is metadata to anyone who failed to follow the law. More importantly, it is the key to ensuring that the checkered history of the Russia collusion case is never repeated that from John Solomon on the hill. Yeah. Do day huge day yesterday as as big of a day. I think even a bigger day than when Muller was appointed as a special prosecutor well because it's a bigger day because we know we know the majority of the dots where they go. That's the difference. The differences Muller was going on what? Nothing. Allegations finger-pointing allegations. And they were they were baseless generalized allegations Trump colluded with the Russians hacked the election. How right and totally totally baseless. So now look at what bars going on known facts. Items that aren't even disputed anymore. That are not just sitting somewhere in the Justice department on someone's desk, right or in files they've been out there for a while. Thanks to people like John Solomon, and others who have been writing about it. Things that we know something's supported by court documents. And they're not none of these items of being dispute about the left. None of them. No, no. This is a h should be a worrisome day for Democrats it also. And I also hope it gets not his investigation. But the information that comes out that shows how disingenuous Democrats have been to show what you know, how just how incredibly what false things Adam Schiff has said as the head of the of the health intelligence committee. Right. And how scary it is. When you have these politicians in there. They're willing to do anything in light of the American public about what happened in a presidential election. We're not talking about the day to day politics where they lie or they. Over promise or they lie about a particular program..

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"pfizer court" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Up next our final news roundup and information overload hour on the first one is Pfizer abuse. And other matters. We believe there was a conspiracy to lie to the court mislead the Pfizer court by numerous individuals that all need to be investigated and looked at that. And we believe the statute is is the conspiracy statute the second spiracy one is involving manipulation of intelligence that also could internal many Americans, and we are. So that's kind of the second one as you know, we've had a lot of concerns with the way intelligence was used. So that that would be kind of the two conspiracy recommendations referrals that were that were making the third is what I would call a global leak referral. Mccutchen is now the President Trump has been exonerated of Russia. Kalou cacao collusion is the Justice department investigating how it? Came all to be that your agency used a salacious and unverified dossier as a product of four or five order on a US citizen. The office of the inspector general has a pending investigation of the FIS of process in in the Russian investigation, and I expect that will be complete in probably in may or June. I am told so hopefully, we'll have some answers from inspector general Horowitz on the issue of the Fiso warrants or Jen. More. Generally, I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of two thousand sixteen are you investigating who leaked the existence of the Fasel order against quarter page who are you? Are you investigating who leaked things since of a FIS order against quarter page? I haven't seen the referrals yet from congressman says. But obviously if if there's a printed for an investigation it'll be conducted. All right. That was I seven Nunez and the attorney general appearing before congress earlier today, given his testimony and all this. We also have the release in. It's very revealing of the transcript of the top FBI lawyer during the Clinton Trump Russia investigations that would be James Baker who in this closed door testimony expresses a lot of concerns about all the political bias. And he had been the one person that thought that. Yeah. Hillary probably should have been indicted for the espionage act now Kimberley strassel is with us author journalist member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board, he writes, a weekly conservative column. Potomac watch every Friday in the Wall Street Journal one of the leading voices and investing. Gators in all of this, Kimberly. Thanks for being with us. How are you? It's great. It's great to be here. Sean, let's start with Devon newness. And it actually gets deeper than that Mark meadows talked about the criminal referrals and how they will show an overwhelming amount of evidence on FBI abuse and bar saying today that well maybe as early as may we're going to get the inspector general report, we know there was Pfizer abused. We know they never told the Fiso court judges that Hillary paid for. We know the information was not verified because unverifiable because its own author Christopher Steele. He'd he couldn't say under oath whether any of it was true. And maybe fifty fifty his words, and we know that in the particular case of presenting it to the court that they withheld information that was critical, and if you can't verify it can't present it, and that would mean that they committed fraud on the FIS of court, and I would imagine some people are in deep trouble over that. Just great news overall that congressman. Newness is doing this. Because a lot of us wonder last year, they had all of these interviews obviously most of them were done behind closed doors. We couldn't see what they were. But the point was whereas all of us go, and we'll now they we know there's new leadership at the department of Justice. That's something that's been lacking. There. We didn't have someone in charge who had the ability to look at all of this given the Jeff Sessions had to recuse. Now, we've got a new cop on the block. They're going to send over these referrals. The attorney general has already expressed his willingness to look at that. And as he said if there's a predicate for investigation, he will move on them, some of these I am told a very straightforward like the lying to congress ones and the leaking one there will be evidence in these referrals that will be hard to ignore an hard to not bring a case against someone that conspiracy charges that's a little bit more uncharted territory. But it is certainly an opportunity for the house members to present everything may have to bar. Who has himself finally expressed some interest? We finally have interest to look into this and investigate. Well, what did you think of the attorney general's testimony today says sometime probably in a week he's going to release this with with obvious reductions, I mean, it was so funny that you have the cowardly Schiff Adam Schiff why I think is lied many times. So the American people I would love the four hours of airtime that I've offered him three on radio and one on TV. I'll take Jerrold Nadler. I don't think anybody is people that wanna come because we have our dossier on him including a tape of him colluding with a Russian hoax. They're thinking is getting information that would disrupt the the political process in the US. But as I listened to miss the bar, and you know, it sounds to me like everything that he wrote in his letter is true in that. Basically. There was no collusion now that is confirmed four times and on top of that there is no obstruction. There was no intent though evidence of obstruction and. This has been a two year lying campaign by the news media and the Democratic Party to destroy duly elected president to take away from the bar testimony is that he just completely destroyed. This whole new democratic claim of some cover up that has happened here. Which is the only thing they were left with after the mullahs report came out, and they didn't get their collusion findings, and they didn't get their structure charges. But bar was I thought pretty masterful today and destroying that in that, you know, he said look we've been working with the special counsel for a long time. There's been oversight. This was not necessarily a surprise. What was coming? That was how we were able to put this letter out so quickly. Moreover, I gave the special counsel the opportunity reviewed the letter, and he chose not to all of which suggests that he probably didn't. Because he knew that. What Muller what bar was putting out? There was completely straightforward. The findings are pretty straightforward. So he's also, you know. He pointed out we're going to have these reductions, I've been color code them. So that you can see exactly why we're taking out what we need to do. I'm also not going to go. And at least not now and ask for these kind of crazy requests that you guys have asked for Democrats to have a grand jury actually sign off or a judge sign off and releasing grand jury testimony, which is just an opportunity for Democrats to smear a lot of private citizens. Who testified, you know, if you stay focused though, on the issue of okay, the FBI did their own nine month investigation. Even struck in page acknowledged there was no evidence of any Trump campaign Russia collusion, but the special counsel was appointed. Anyway, now how that happened? I believe that James Komi potentially violated the law by leaking classified information government documents. I think that is a problem and more. So how did James Komi sign off? If if the Grassley grand memo was accurate on the dossier that was bought and paid for by Hillary, never verify. How did he sign off on that in October twenty sixteen and then go to Trump Tower to meet with president elect Trump in January twenty seventeen and say it's unverified and salacious wouldn't he have to have been saying to the FIS a court that he's verified it doesn't. That mean that either. He lied to the quarter lied to the president-elect what you're putting your finger on here. Sean. And I think it is the vital question is how early on did everyone at the FBI know that this dossier had been bought and paid for by the rival campaign. How much discussion was there that about that? And how much were they aware that what they were doing with inappropriate. And in your opening you mention the testimony that we're just publicly saying today from the former general counsel James Baker. And they were highly aware that this wasn't explosive thing to be using. And that this is why does gets to why we ended up having the obscured language that they? Used in the FIS of warrant. I'm told that not only did they we know that they have scared that. But in addition, what did they not put into that FIS warrant exculpatory evidence that they may have had in their hands at that point which would have argued against going forward with surveillance of American citizens. That's also an obligation of the FBI. And I think we've got a lot to learn about what Mr. call me exactly new and how he could justify any of this during his testimony in this is the testimony released by congressman Collins today from with James Baker, the the general counsel, the number one attorney for the FBI under Komi of Baker described in the case of Hillary's emails her behavior in general as alarming and appalling and argued with others about why they thought she shouldn't be charged. Now, ultimately they won out. But the reality is is that we know she had classified top secret special access programming. Information marked as such on that private server in a mom-and-pop path room closet. So that would be a crime, and and with all the talk about whether or not the president obstructed. If you have subpoenaed emails, Kimberly, and you happen to believe them, some thirty three thousand of them, and then you acid wash the hard drive. So anything that might be remaining on that hard drive is gone. And you have an aide bust up your devices with hammers in case, those emails transferred over to those devices, and you pull out the sim cards. I don't think there's a greater case for obstruction of Justice. I could ever make in my life. And that the attorney general Mr. bar decides to actually take a look back at the way the DOJ conducted itself and FBI during that entire best to Gatien to he's been more quiet on that front, but a review of those procedures, I think is absolutely warranted. And in particular, you're mentioning the obstruction charge against Hillary. But there were other things that were just really eyebrow. Raising throughout all of that. I mean to this day, for instance, you can go look at testimony that other Hillary Clinton aides gave to the FBI and remember as we're constantly told it is a crime to lie to the FBI, but they gave testimony that is completely counter indicated contradicted by emails that the FBI had in his possession and made public. So you can just go look at that black and white situation right there. Clearly, they were not treated in the same way that the F B I treats other people, and I I think that that's a concern. When I go out and talk to people they're feeling that there is. Unequal justices. The moment is one of the biggest issues for them. And that has to be a question that William bar addresses at the top of the OJ when we come back. I wanted to put together what you think happened. I called the biggest abuse of power corruption scandal in history. And I think by the time we get new information which is coming out now daily, I think that America's going to see that everything was topsy turvy from the beginning quick break more with Kimberley strassel of the Wall Street Journal. Maybe you want to know more about how our constitutional Republic works. More about politics the difference the differences between capitalism. Socialism AB you wish you knew more about our pounders framers American history. 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"pfizer court" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on WJR 760

"It's Red Eye Radio. And he is her Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye let's go to Dennis in Springfield, Missouri. Dennis welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Yes, sir. Ultra liberal friends of mine asked me point blank repeatedly. Well, if you think Pfizer court scrub do you think the flies, of course, grow? Do you think the judges Trump's first of all I don't know? But then there were emails released or stroke was telling page that they would do some judge shopping key. This'll be favorable to them. Number two. Is absolutely Trump's. If I were a judge and some of them barest me like this. I would bring them the full west of the course against them. I would have them before me. They would be subpoenaed, and they might leave and leg arts. Well, if you're talking about Strock, I don't remember where he suggested he was. Females. I know I know, but in his the the the Email messages that that I've known about is where he was talking about judge is it contrasts where he was talking to page about the fact that he was at a party with the judge at a graduation party before he actually took the the bench because remember visor judges a rotating federal judges is what they are. You mentioned it as one of those emails, but he knows who to go to which will be favorable to the okay. Chad you're supposed to be blind. You know, a judge should look if you're listening to say, okay? The law says that you're right. You're okay. I don't know. I don't know whether it's possible to do the kind of judge shopping on the Pfizer court as you're talking about deciding to do a lawsuit in federal court. I don't know if that exists the same way, I'll have to check to see that Email that you're talking about because I'm not familiar with that. I do know that he told the inspector general when asked about the emails under oath that he never ever discussed a case or tried to get any decision or provided any information or influence him. With regard to any investigative matter. Now, that's his testimony under oath. But I'll look to see if he made the the judge shopping comment because it would be it would be interesting. If that is the if the FBI had that ability to do that. Right. I just don't recall it, but I'll do research on it. I do recall the other conversation on that. Now, they don't know if the judge was actually interviewed because that would be that would be. According to the Washington Examiner this from June of last year. It's unclear inspector general's office interviewed the judge who offered no public rational for his refusal from the Flynn case because member Ryan recused himself from the plan case, right. But was it because of judge shopping or was it just because he knew you know, he either knew because and remember when he was on the Flynn case he wasn't acting as a Pfizer court judge though. But as a federal judge, right or was it because he had something to do. You know with that on the Pfizer court. I don't know that nobody you there's conjecture and there's rumor, but as to what the actual truth is there don't know. But the overall thought of reviewing the flies the courts, there's no doubt. I think we've been saying that from the beginning of what was the process like in two thousand sixteen especially on when you look at our Kober sixteenth two thousand sixteen when the warrant was issued for Carter page. Was that warrant issued? Or were any warrants issued just because of the names the signatures on the petitions for those warrants. I keep in mind. The first Carter page warrant was denied. And what changed later was the dossier, adding the dossier later in the fall of twenty sixteen at that point. The the warrant was granted. So no doubt a review is I believe warranted. In that case of a what is the process like? They're going to have to look at that a number of people, by the way of said that lawmakers Devin Nunes, I think Lindsey Graham spoke of that at one time to review the process to go through those emails from last year. Here's what Rudy is on the foreign talking about the judge just destructive page Rudy is on the foreign intelligence surveillance court page excitedly texted struck on July twenty fifth did you know about that just appointed two months ago? I did strike responded. I need to get together with him. He said he'd gotten on a month or two ago at a graduation party were both at. He had talked about getting together with them with a cocktail party, which never happened. In any type of of social setting. But did he say he was going to go judge shop him for a particular case know that I I've never seen that what they wish to discuss with him. I don't know. Right. I he when inspector general asked him about it is when he said, no, we've never discussed anything and and didn't bring a case in front.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On a Pfizer court multiple occasions to deny an American citizen their constitutionally protected rights. That would be a crime. Anybody else? So what I'm hearing is that is factor general plotting away ever so slow and the same with John Uber. I am hearing that there's going to be a massive boomerang. That has the Russia collusion story is collapsed. Well, that's why you see the Democrats going plan. B C D E N F cast, the white isn't it possible? Look into every aspect of Donald Trump's life and hope and pray that there's something that they can use the bludgeoned him bloody him in death by a thousand cuts and at the very least for prevent him from being electable in twenty twenty if they can impeach him. It's sick, it's ugly. It's it's such an abuse of power. Heavily does is happening to our country. But it is. You know, we at the Sean Hannity show. We all love the dollarshaveclub dot com. All right, everything that you need in your shower. Everything you need your covered head to toe hair skin face. You name it they have it. In other words, what you need to look feel and smell your best and never ever have to go to another store and wait for the razor cabinet to be opened or whatever..

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"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Two two four six eight ten. Washington's mall, W M A L. Washington comes to talk. Here's why I'm leaning towards the idea that the FBI never thought this dossier was real I don't think they're stupid. They knew it was unverified. They knew it had been uncorroborated that it could not be corroborated. I think that these people McCabe Komi struck strokes Merck pay people were corrupt as all get out. But I do not believe they were stupid. I think they knew this thing was Bs, and I think they knew it came from the Hillary campaign, and I think they knew it came from fusion GPS 'cause the guy was wired into the FBI as was one of the guy if the FBI's wives wired into fusion GPS, but having everybody think they believed the dossier kinda let you go lax on the idea they used to spot while you can't blame 'em Russia. They really believed it makes. Sense that they would go lied to the Pfizer court to get a warrant spy. So they have to say they believe that. No, no amount of persuasion is gonna make me think they did. And look at how successful. The Steele dossier has been you think it's a joke. And it's a laugh laughable matter because it was all BS..

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"pfizer court" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on KTOK

"Promo code L. E V, I N go ahead and try it out. What else? Do you have to do? Go ahead. The website now put it in. And I know you'll like it. And it'll help you P ton pry, let's get back to this. FBI? This is really about. The FBI did all it could at the highest levels to prevent Trump from being present the United States. That's what happened. They tried to prevent this president from being present the United States. The interfere with this election more than the Russians in their trolls on the internet and so forth. These weren't trolls. This was the senior level the FBI. And what troubles me now is I would the Democrats controlling the house and with the media that has gone into a very dark and bleak place. This greatest of scandals not only won't be resolved permanently. But the fixes that are necessary at the FBI with the Pfizer court will not take place. I believe the Pfizer court should be abolished in a completely new mechanism should be developed, and I told you this six months ago. My buddy, Joe Pollick. Says it's time to start over again with the FBI. And maybe it is. It is a shame. We have thousands of thousands of honorable men and women in the FBI put their lives on the line. But then, but then we have the senior officials, and the fact that the FBI can interfere with an election, regardless what the Democrats say the evidence is apparent and that the media have no focus on this. And that a special counsel who's supposedly investigating a Trump's associations with the with the Russians, but he gets into the Michael Cohen staff and national inquirer stuff and hookers and all around and not let what went from a madams rather and porn stars. And all that that grabs his attention. But none of the rest of this stuff. Does something is wrong. And it's not gonna be fixed because of who controls the house, and who controls the media, and frankly, the Republicans on the Senate intelligence committee led by Richard Burr. Where's this full Richard Burr anyway, where a who is he is even even around anymore? Maybe he's in Puerto Rico to I don't know. But this is a damning piece in the New York Times against the FBI senior levels of the FBI now against Trump. Now, let me point out something else to you. We again touched on this Friday. But I wanted to spend a little bit more time. I've heard some of these fools on TV say things like well, Muller's not done. He's not done with his investigation. He has an issue. This report yet. So we don't know the extent to which Trump is involved with the Russians. Now, these are clowns dressed up as newspeople or judicial analysts. Ladies and gentlemen. If Robert Muller believes that the president of the United States is or was an act of spy or agent for the Russian government. He wouldn't wait for his report to tell us this. He would hold a press conference. With Mr. Rosenstein, and he would tell us this at a minimum. He would leak it to the New York Times or CNN. But he's not bound await for report. If he finds that the president of the United States was a secret Russian agent. And yet in the phony media all over the weekend. The president didn't deny was an agent, you know. He was interviewed by. By judge Janine on FOX. He didn't deny it. You.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Okay so the takeaway from nunez clip number one there may be another source get ready you heard it here i said two weeks ago get ready may not have been one remember the name miss mifsud what was he doing who told him to approach popadopoulos we even answer that question here okay let's go to sound byte number two from nunez part of romo fox this weekend another gym him call me it was interviewed by our own bret baier recently you know that and during that interview jim qomi said that there was more than just the dossier let's roll that clip listen to this mr chairman cold the dossier unverified salacious why did you use that to the pfizer court to ask for surveillance for carter page not only use it but you lead with it a bulk of that fis application to us with that dossier why you know that's not my recollection bread and i don't know that the fis a application has been released my recollection was it was part of a broader mosaic of facts that were laid before the fis adjudged to obtain a warrant brought a mosaic of facts mr chairman we're looking for the pieces to mr komi and the fbi's mosaic so continued to say that this didn't happen even though we've had career prosecutors going evaluate this we released a memo that we made public for all of americans to see that they had used this dirt they was bought and paid for not verified before pfizer court and then they continue to claim no no don't look here there's no fis abuse at all and they're in total denial so we have a right to get the information if if james comey and many others in current and people that are currently at the department of justice today can hinder to say there's nothing to see here well if there's nothing to see here show us the documents that were asking for the refuse to do it me this is great the broader mosaic affects what let me just distill that down to you what he means by that because i want to move onto the next one.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Did you know with congress worked with congress to do these pfizer rectal regulations and now in this era they're coming back and they're back in the in the do you have a sense of i know this is that in your lane but since this was an area of interest of yours you must have contemplated this controversy over the faisal warrants and i've got i've got a considerable problem david with the whole concept of these faisal warrants i mean i had a considerable problem with it back in the mid nineties when i started looking at this i mean it's it's it runs counter in my view to some fundamental constitutional principles that this country's founded on and so you know i don't like how see your secretive the process is you know at the time in the in the mid nineties when i started working on this i think there was only one instance in the history of the feis accord where they had even questioned basically one of the warrants let alone denied one at that time not a single faisal warrant request not one had been denied there had been as i recall one or two instances i think it was one where they had asked for some more information before they would issue the faisal warrant out of thousands of requests and that struck me is not as not being a kosher if you will so i think the i think the pfizer court in how that is set up is up significant concern i mean i understand that competing balance that's necessarily competing interests it's necessary order balance about i mean obviously we're talking about huge issues of national security that can result in peel thousands of people losing their lives but i think the pendulum needs swing back a little bit so you sympathetic to the argument of some of the president's orders that some of his some of the people socio with his campaign were unfairly targeted you know i don't know that i'm sympathetic to that i mean i i mean here's the problem the problem from.

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5 things you need to know Saturday April 28 2018

Leo Laporte

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

5 things you need to know Saturday April 28 2018

"Gunman to save his own life former fbi director james comey is calling the house intelligence committee's report on no collusion between president trump and russia up political document but wreck the committee damage relationships with the pfizer court the intelligence communities it's just a wreck komi hopes the president will allow special counsel robert muller to complete his work the lawyer for porn star stormy daniels says the president and his legal team made a critical mistake in the lawsuit how could michael cohen of representative president if the president never knew anything about it i mean it's a critical mistake and this is what happens when you're undisciplined in litigation michael says you may be able to be undisciplined in politics you may be able to lie to the press and to the american people but you can't lie in litigation and checking the traffic from our helpful socal.

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Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses

John Gibson

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses

"News intelligence abuse probe on jack callaghan fox news there will be an investigation into alleged abuse of the pfizer court by the fbi at the request of the attorney general and members of congress the inspector general for the department of justice will lead a review examining the department's compliance with pfizer court request from house intelligence committee republicans alleged misuse of the pfizer court by doj and fbi officials to secure intelligence warrants a trump campaign adviser is part of the russia investigation democrats on the committee called those allegations cherrypicked in misleading blogs with jared halpern in washington there's been another departure from the president's cabinet veterans affairs secretary david schulkin being replaced after controversy arose about a trip that he his wife and top staffers took overseas it cost taxpayers more than one hundred thousand dollars and much of it was spent hud sightseeing president announcing his new va pick is navy rear admiral ronnie jackson been the white house physician for the last several years south korean officials say north korean leader kim jong un will be north south korea's president moon jae in at a border village on april twentyseventh it will be only the third summit ever between the koreas and could lead to a meeting in may between kim and president trump south carolina senator lindsey graham telling fox news.

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Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses

The Financial Exchange

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses

"The nation secret surveillance courts to request of the attorney general and members of congress the inspector general for the department of justice will lead review examining the department's compliance with pfizer court request a memo from house intelligence committee republicans allegis misuse of the pfizer court by doj and fbi officials to secure intelligence warrants on a trump campaign adviser is part of the russia investigation democrats on the committee called those allegations cherry picked in misleading in washington jared halpern fox news another down day on wall street the dow nine points lower the nasdaq falling fifty nine with the s and p seven points lower amazon stock tumbling after reports president trump wants to go after the online retailer fox news fair and balanced weather on newsradio six hundred tonight but clouds will be increasing temperatures will go to near thirty two degrees thursday expect mostly cloudy skies with showers becoming heavier in steadier rain by evening temperatures in the lower fifties much milder on friday highs going to the mid and upper fifties mostly cloudy with scattered showers moving through saturday looks sunny.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Absolutely he was his his fingerprints are not on this no matter what chocked up chuck todd says he had nothing to do with this and it had it was about the hillary investigation it was not about the trump investigation but trump can't keep his mouth shut so he tweets andrew mccabe fired a great day for the hardworking men and women the fbi great day for democracy sanctimonious james comey was his boss and made mccabe look like a choirboy he knew all about the lies and corruption going on at the highest level of the fbi then he goes on and he trump links muller's collusion investigation to this he says the muller probe should never been started and that there was no collusion in there was no crime it was based on fraudulent activities and a fake dossier paid for by crooked hillary and the dnc and improperly used in pfizer court for surveillance of my campaign which all of which is true but has nothing to do with mccain's firing which had nothing to do with any of this and the special counsel shouldn't have been as i said at the time should not have been appointed there was no crime to investigate it as that is why you appoint a special counsel is to investigate a suspected crime and he really has not there is no suspected collusion even if it happened isn't that a crime there's no evidence of it okay but make is not about this at all but but again my whole point here is the absolute panic about trump and the big words it's friday nights slaughter it's war all these big ridiculous words that they use about trump just completely ignore the fact that this world into which trump stepped was a corrupt world that obama had rigged against him you know he has he has a gripe you may be a big mouth he may not say things in the right way all the time he may not know when to turn it off and went to turn on but he walked into a world of corruption and belligerence and bullying of the american people so mccabe puts out his statement right and he says here's the reality i am being singled out and treated this way because of the role i play the actions i took and the events i witnessed in the aftermath of the firing of james komi the.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"That makes sense he's not going to get that pension but he is going to be allowed from my reading of it to collect his money and you know what folks i don't i'm sorry i have an issue with that i don't may set people but it's the right thing it's his money i mean if listen if he gets sued later on and has to pay then hey too bad but you can't go retroactively take his 401k tight money in his first it's going to be a really difficult hall so that's where the confusion is that he's not getting a pension it's the first program that works differently it's the money he put into a 401k type program now there is some government matching i get that but there's been some questions on that i just wanted to explain that but the mccabe thing remember this the three takeaways from this weekend they botched the hillary investigation folks they drafted up an exoneration letter while he was at the upper level of the fbi exonerating hillary hillary before the interviewer number two the pfizer court case they brought a case to the pfizer court to spy on donald trump i believe under a false predicate i believe in an effort to frame donald trump whether now i'm not suggesting i'm not suggesting here that people in the bureau even knew they were part of the operation this was an operation pushed by the clintons from the start to set up the try told you down or started this thing downer is associated with the clintons the bureau and people at the pierre may have been suckers the entire time for the but it does not excuse whether it's misfeasance or malfeasance either did something dumb and didn't know what they did something dumb and did no it is still a fees it's.

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"pfizer court" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pfizer court" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Investigator woman's a lawyer critical pieces of the fbi investigation into hillary clinton they released some of the text messages that were damning enough will bat insurance policies about how they hated donald trump about hillary could be the next president but one of the redacted pieces the congressional investigators finally got their mitts on joe by going to doj themselves reviewing it person in unredacted form and one of the exchanges remember i always say remember the names one of the exchanges between this guy peter stroke who was a senior level manager at the fbi involved in the hillary email investigation and was later on the special counsel investigation of trump before he was removed one of the critical exchanges with this this lawyer fbi lawyer lisa page was about a pfizer court judge the pfizer court the court used to spy on trump a pfizer court judge by the name of rudolf controllers stroke knows controllers how do we know stroke knows control us because the text messages he says hey rudy's on the pfizer court folks not making this up rudy's out in the pfizer court lisa he's talking to lisa page is also his love interest he they were both married by the way and this lawyer for the fbi who are working on this hint hillary clinton email vestige and the trump special counsel sharks says hey we maybe we should set up a cocktail party where we get together with about what six people or so and we start we talked to contrary us he's my buddy.

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