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"silver glade" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:26 min | 10 months ago

"silver glade" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All these bigots and hypocrites that believe in the false allegations they should smarten up. I don't know what we're trump did to them there that was so wrong. For me. I think he's a hell of a guy and he's the best. Well, so you're not by you? Not by in this story, anything Mama, Look, why doesn't he bring the accuses forward like in a court of law? You gotta face your accuser and you can't talk about anybody on the radiated to defend themselves. You know people are bunch of Mama. Luke is like the Italian general. What can you give me the interpretation? Hold on, Lucille. I'd like to know what a mama Luka is. As long as I said on the radio. Careful. What's a mama Luka? Like I like a stupid person, like like the mature gonna now is Wasik. Mama. Luke, I assume is Italian, right? Yeah, Yeah, that's Italian. Okay. What a machine That knows me like nobody. What's that? I know the beautiful Marie. So Bodie and I told Joe wants it awake all this so I may go blow some Isis behind every man to do a good woman. Marie, When I see you in the end, you know? Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Lucy. Bodies are a great friend of mine, You know? And a friend of mine fiancee is the best friend. I have the Silver Glade. And his beautiful wife passed away. I was a dark man, You know, she wrote a book on photography off. She's a grateful he gave Lucy a copy of the book that time Great photographer and there's no one better than No one dad burned as well. Let's here we have some great mutual friends. I'm surprised we haven't You know, tripped over one another in our social circles. Okay, I hope to sink to meet your son. I love you. Make what? Keep it times around You. Thank you so much. And be good to yourself. Thank you. I really appreciate it. Thanks. Tonight, Okay, We're gonna go next. Let's get okay. John in Boston. Why not? Hey, John, You're up here. Next tonight. Side on the rink. Central. Nice. I call the line, John. Thanks. Ken didn't just want to say I was in Normandy last year. The 70 75th anniversary. I've known World War two veterans. My whole life actually visited the grave of a friend of mine who passed away there and his friends at the cemetery. So, um I get a little annoyed at this kind of response against President Trump is I saw him there. Not personally, but I saw that he was there and a great job. Honey did displaying Ah Ah presence there and I remember the Obama administration, Obama and Biden administration when they let 1000 veterans die in appointments. From from lack of theirs should be 1000 metres in the hospital because they couldn't get their appointments on time. I think of of ah, with the Benghazi episode when they could have finished a C 1 30 gunship to protect it. So he has. Suddenly they have the moral high ground and they're attacking President Trump who's built the military up, which was left in shambles by the Obama Biden administrator needed Pasir force needed parts for their for their planes for the Jets, the Navy's deprived So now I don't remember. I do remember some of your programs. They're talking about the treatment. The vets. I don't remember that nonstop news press talking about how the vectors died. The hospital's how our military is depleted. And so now, here we are today. We're dealing with China is a military threat against us. Would President Trump has built up the military and help the veterans as allowed them to go? A different hospitals, not just V. A hospitals, and none of this person comes out of the woodwork and just kind of brings his charges against President Trump. It's just one more thing. It's just one more thing next week will be saying is President Trump details of gorilla? I mean, what's the next thing coming down, Pike? Well, I don't wait to see by the way when you mentioned when you mention Benghazi. I just want to mention that we We lost four American heroes. There's including the ambassador, but also young guy named Glen Doherty. From AD Winchester, Massachusetts, and I got to know his family. Pretty well. In particular. His mom on came from a wonderful family and a real kick in all the World War. Two vet that I have met were in favor of President Trump. We're talking about guys that jumped into Normandy on D Day. Right. And power troop is that I've met. I've met the Flying Tigers, The Indianapolis the gentlemen are the soldiers, the Navy seals or on the USS Indianapolis. So President Trump has done more to protect our kind of build on military up, so I really Just look at look at the deed to get the words. The actions speak louder than words. I would agree with you on that, and I also would like to think that some of the mainstream media Could display Ah ah little skepticism. Azad put because the stories the way they're written there written very cleverly, you know, and You know another bombshell allegation, and the average person is kind of not paying attention. They don't understand that a bombshell allegation is just that that we look at this some miles the same sub dad, so I'm with you, John. But again, you've heard some different viewpoints tonight. And I hope to hear some more appreciate You called John talks Big. Thanks very much. All right, all of a sudden our lines. We got open lines. Which to me? Is this stunning Because the lines have been packed 617 to 5 for 10 30, Triple eight. 9 to 9 10 30. The question Israel Simple If you're familiar with the Atlantic monthly story that appeared Thiss week or whether I believe it actually hit the the Internet yesterday. I think Atlantic is now. No, it's no longer a a magazine. You're holding your hands. It's it's It's a Web magazine. And it's basically written by a guy named Jeffrey Goldberg Trump Americans of Dinah World War losers and suckers. That's That's the quotes attributed to President Trump by anonymous sources. Well, the question is, Do you believe the author? Or Do you believe the president who has denied Uh, these are these allegations emphatically 617 to 5 for 10 30 Tripoli. 9 to 9 10. 30 phones lighten up again. Dial away. We'll get you on. I promised coming back after this night side with.

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"silver glade" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Bargain here even though we set this case up against you you got to go to court and why you commit a crime in order for us not to you know we wink wink maybe we won't shake down your son and in order for us to honor this agreement where you would be what we would recommend like jail time yeah I'm the prosecutor Brandon and crack is still on the case also on the case how are these people not fired I don't know and he's the one who insisted that he lied despite the fact he had taken the very language out of the plea agreement that he wanted to plan to say was true when he knew it wasn't because he's taken it out you have you have while I forget how many hundreds of appeals you were the first person to expose the lies about the Arthur Andersen prosecutions of licensed to lie book is replete with evidence that federal prosecutors just make it up how bad is the Flynn case compared to some of those other horrifying in egregious cases you've already written about you've been into participating in the worst I've ever seen the worst one from every angle I mean it is just the fact that it's a complete cluster corrupt nothing there's nothing right about it no one thank corrupt from the get go is basically what you're saying arose from the get go through the defence failures and everything else please follow Sydney on Twitter at Sidney Powell one S. I. D. N. E. Y. a sizable cities name also this book is available widely now city Polin Harvey silver silver glade's conviction machine just in your Amazon or your Google or whatever your search bar just type in conviction machine you should come up with a link creeps on a mission dot com that your website to great tee shirt share and and my personal website at Sydney pal dot com with links to everything including the briefing on the Flynn case and I would encourage people to go read the actual document because we attached exhibits that prove exactly what we're saying there's no dispute the three oh two was altered with material changes then I and there it doesn't match the agent's note we attached everything that we had to those documents will not everything but the things that prove that thanks for staying there what we have even more evident city Powell dot com please pick up a copy of the conviction machine by Sidney Powell and Harvey Silverlight and I mean what else what what what what else you have to do yeah most people are finding ways to entertain themselves how about you educate and entertain yourself simultaneously Sidney Powell a pleasure as always thank you very much for the time today thank you so much thank you I really appreciate that good to have you Sidney Powell dot com is where you can find more on these cases and she and Harvey Silver Lake to cover an enormous amount of territory in this book it's not just about the Flynn case you should understand of the federal prosecution system has been can be and why it seems just shocking that no one is ever thought to do anything to fix it back in a moment we're all doing what we can right now and it's great to hear that businesses are doing good to.

"silver glade" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mid day just got a couple minutes left here but P. ten thirty blocks no gas all calls so seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one I want to hear what you have to say but before we do that I wanted to say one of the great things about working at the big one is in a lot of free food and good food well today I want to thank silver glade's silver clay age Dally downtown I frequent the one at eight and sycamore matter fact it's in the same building where I happen to live but they also have a location at Findlay market they brought this morning deli sandwiches they have soups they have hot meals and here's the thing and yes I guess this is a shameful plug for them but they did bring us food but it's a little bit more than that these downtown restaurants in again I live downtown not only silver glaze but all of them they are getting killed it is tough for them the boy they are performing a service and I'm not just saying that they really are they're still open and that's the important thing they're still open for Kerry out silver blades is and all the rest of them downtown and everywhere else and they're staying open really at a loss I think what we have to see we did not just downtown but everywhere we have to patronize those businesses because they are getting killed and unfortunately there's no relief in sight I don't think I suppose what the president signed last night well we'll help those places in some way but what they need is customers and again as a downtown resident I just wanted to let people know that these restaurants silver blades included eighteen sycamore I wear the renaissance says they're open their open for Kerry out and they want your business and I think you really do need to patronize these locations if you care okay so much for that but I do feel strongly about it and I'll tell you what living downtown it is really it's Yuri and it's weird to look out your window on a on a work day you know ten o'clock nine o'clock in the morning I've been working at from home a couple times this week and see nothing I mean there's a few cars out but not many I mean I think people are paying attention to accept the course for the abortion mills businesses are complying with the governor's order anyway we gotta take a break from the news but again when we get back your calls Mike Allen Saturday midday traffic and weather radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati another surgeon cases of covert nineteen in Indiana with the ten thirty reporter Brian combs breaking now and the end of the part of the health this morning announcing that two hundred ninety additional Hoosiers diagnosed with covert nineteen through testing that has been done by the state the centers for disease control and private labs brings over twelve hundred now the total number of people in the state of Indiana will have the corona virus following corrections to the previous day's total thirty one Hoosiers have died seven more overnight Hey even though it's very nice outside today the governors of Kentucky and Ohio taking steps to keep people from gathering in large groups I have asked our county judges and mayors to close any public playground or any basketball courts or anything like that where people have shown that they cannot engage in social distancing or whether they refuse to to ultimately spread out to to exercise but on their own or with their families that's governor of Kentucky in Covington cruiser taking down the rams for the basketball courts in Cincinnati police shut down the even part overlook to vehicular traffic will be getting new updates today from the governors of Ohio and Kentucky and.

"silver glade" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

14:03 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Right now a real fan favorite whenever we speak with us in the fall I get such a huge reaction and rightly so always has been that way but since he took up the case of one lieutenant general Mike Flynn at site even doubled so city Paul thanks for joining us today thank you for having me where it's always a pleasure where do we begin you've got a brand new book out today it's called conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse you wrote it with your co author Harvey a silver glade and I think I want to start there I do want to get an update on the Flynn case because we start with your book because it's so important sure yeah Harvey road three felonies a day probably about the same time our license to lie and we didn't know each other and then when you started this project he called me to ask if I would join him and not the tech yeah this makes the ultimate sense because we need to start composing some solutions for the things we know are wrong in our criminal justice system that could be easily fixed and the plan K. actually kind of demonstrates everything that's wrong with our criminal justice system from the fact that it's such a crushing machine that innocent people will be led to plead guilty you're forced to plead guilty to the FBI agents not recording interviews and making up statements that somebody didn't say yeah and then and then losing the written documentation that support what they claim that person said which brings us back to the story right it cannot be lost if the three oh two is put in the Sentinel system and that would have been on it cannot be lost and if it was destroyed there's a lecture on a trail of how that was done so they've just been sitting on it or somebody affirmatively destroyed it in which case but I mean that should be obstruction of justice all right I gotta get regarding diving you back into the Flynn case but I do want to focus on the book for a moment what I love about it is first of all it's a very quick and easy read I like that you also have action items for criminal justice reform real criminal justice reform not just emptying out prisons and I want to get to that as well as all the sources I mean this is really well sourced really well annotated there's great footnotes let's go to the the central premise here you hear legal analyst on cable news and broadcast news throwing out this statement all the time then a federal prosecutor with the grand jury can indict a ham sandwich and everyone chuckles and moves on but hold on that's an incredible acknowledgment of abuse of power is it not yes it is and it's happened multiple times in the Muller investigation but one of them is the Russian troll farm case that they just moved to dismiss the indictment against Concord the company that showed up to contest the charges and the case was concocted from the beginning just like the Flynn case was it was smoke tied with bailing wire you could tell by reading the indictment there is no crime alleged but the judge didn't have the fortitude to throw it out and not on coincidently probably she is the wife of Matthew Friedrich is one of the lead Billington licensed ally and a good friend of Andrew Weissmann hi Andrew Weissmann of course was the the chief lead prosecutor investigator in the Muller investigation now an MSNBC contributor and yeah he's pretty much the start of your book licensed the life yeah I'm in you you have a great chapter here that I I want to skip forward to and that is where have all the judges gone because judges have a huge role in this white why don't they assert their authority more in court why do they differ stole much to federal prosecutors I wish I knew the real answer to that one judge friend told me that every District Court judge sees himself as an appellate judge and every appellate judge sees himself as being on the print court and that doesn't happen without the approval of the department of justice yeah and it is it is it really just for their political ambitions that is soon as you're on the phone or you think you've got your next step or no I don't really think that I think a lot of it has to do with the tendency just to put far too much trust in the government officials to appear before the court it used to be at least when I was practicing in regularly and in central court in the western district of Texas I mean my my judges I used to call my judges need me and I knew I would sooner stick a sharp stick in my job and I would tell them anything that wasn't right including sometimes reining them in because we had some judges that were far too pro government and they would do things that were wrong but apparently prosecutors don't look at it that way anymore they don't seek justice they seek convictions which is exactly the opposite of what they're supposed to do and the judges have just been either walled into this false sense of belief or or not paying enough attention or just in their own biases and of course people don't like to reverse criminal convictions because they assume people are guilty but that's a far more innocent people are being conducted then should be no innocent person should be convicted and it's happening on a fairly regular basis thank you city of how one of the challenges in this topic is the you know I consider myself a political conservative a philosophical conservatives so I and and conservatives tend to be a little bit more law and order you know they they they they tend to lean more towards the police certainly the local police and and support our police and support prosecutors on a local basis so we need to sort of set that aside when we look at what the federal government is doing through the justice department and there is a distinction there is they're not yes there is an internal part of the problem is nobody wants to believe that a police officer sitting on the witness stand line nobody wants to believe that nobody wants to believe that an FBI agent was sitting on the witness stand line but unfortunately they do and that's why we suggest that they be required to record all interviews and that any interview be warned and and recorded preferably on video before any false statement allegation can be made as a result of what happened in that interview because even the well and even the most well intentioned people might hear something differently than the person meant it and it certainly gets written down differently than somebody Minton and just think about intonation how important information is just one word really can be a question or an affirmative declaration yeah yep that's true I've learned in in this business even when you say what you know you said and what you meant when you say it it's what people here that matters more than certainly that would be the case what it said investigator giving an interview right and it's just not fair to people to accuse them of false statements when they don't even they didn't even make the statement right and there's no record of it other than what somebody who is already in a minute liar has has said about it it is you know there's another trope that we hear all the time which is you know the federal federal prosecutors will not bring an indictment and less they're sure they can get a conviction they have this huge incredible conviction right well there's a reason for that right it has to do with the jury system it has to do with grand juries it has to do with the way they as you put it stacked indictments are stacked charges explain that to me well they can there so many federal offenses now then you can pop along multiple charges against somebody for what is essentially amounts to one of fancy and that forces innocent people to plead guilty because they're looking at twenty twenty five years in prison for something insignificant but is blown out of proportion by virtue of the sentencing guidelines and the stacked on charges Lynch defendants in license to life the government was trying to blame them for forty two million dollar loss to Enron when Enron had made millions of dollars on the deal I forgot how many millions but it was a profitable transaction and they they just twist things and that was the same characters that are involved in the molar pro primarily Andrew Weissman and so we have this whole host of people who end up pleading guilty because they're facing such an up hill climb just to defend themselves and also that also brings us to the concerned about many of these juries where they don't feel like they're getting a fair jury pool here certainly here in Washington DC right now they're gonna have to be more arrangements made for people to get trials in places that are not obviously prejudiced no and none of the Enron defendant should have been tried in Houston and then she went to the Supreme Court and the only thing the only three judges recognize that principle boasting on just a sort of my order and Ginsburg and I forgot who the third one lives but there was such **** I mean abject **** in Houston that nobody related to the Enron case could get a fair trial in Houston that was obvious to anybody that was willing to look at the truth of the matter and what the judge says can't overcome that deep level of betrayal and violation that everyone that sent on that jury felt and has a hundred and ten count indictment nobody can defend against a hundred and ten count indictment the book is called conviction machines standing up the federal prosecutorial abuse the author of one of the authors is Sidney Powell who were speaking with now her co authors Harvey a silver plate our justice department are prosecutors judged and thereby rewarded over the course of their career based on their number of convictions and is that a problem as well yes apparently that is more true than it ever was when I was in the department of justice or the U. S. attorneys offices yeah all the prosecutors unlicensed ally got the attorney general's award for excellence and then came to run most of the Obama administration has longest serving White House counsel Weisman became deputy director general counsel of the FBI Lisa Monaco became this ticket counter terrorism adviser Leslie Caldwell came back in the DOJ for Loretta Lynch and brought Andrew Weissmann back in winter thank you they just cycle yeah and they all got the attorney general's award for excellence when every case they actually took the trial was reversed on appeal in whole or in part Anderson was reversed unanimously by the Supreme Court after the company eighty five thousand jobs were destroyed for absolutely nothing except their power play and now they get promoted and rewarded right at the get most people hearing that's in the process okay are they gonna face disciplinary action if not if not criminal actions because it's an abuse of the federal justice system and and the justice department's power but instead they forget about any repercussions they were rewarded for it and continue to be rewarded for it exactly and and that's I think that's what frustrates people Milton latest incidents of this is what's continuing to go on with the investigation of James Comey and the FBI and the justice department under Loretta Lynch during the Obama administration that you are now wrapped up in in your defense of lieutenant general Mike Flynn will we ever see anybody actually odd odd pay a price for their what appears certainly to be abused by we know they falsified FISA warrants why is there not somebody right now facing criminal charges for that I wish I knew the answer to that Larry because I think what they did is obstruction of justice and making false statements to court is completely unacceptable it's just a total violation of everything they're supposed to do all right and it does not amount to obstruction of justice one of the through lines here in this book seems to keep coming back to this thing called the Brady rule briefly because you're you're facing that right now with with Mike Flynn wanted to briefly explain what the Brady will rule is and how it plays into your book conviction machine Sidney Powell it comes from a Supreme Court case Brady versus Maryland which held that because the prosecutors hold all the cards they have a constitutional legal and ethical obligation to provide the evidence to the defense is favorable to the defense or mitigates punishment or impeach is any of the government's witnesses that's hugely important because the defendant does not know what the defendant does not know we've seen it practiced in breach more than being produced to defendants it happens all the time it's been a huge problem in the Flynn case despite judge Sullivan's ninety two page order to the contrary for example we know from a summary given to us by the prosecutors that there was a DOJ memo dated January thirtieth twenty seventeen while Flynn was still in the White House completely exonerating him of anything Russia related and so that's that's sort of what you're facing now sit in power with regard I this is so maddening because any of us we don't have law degrees right we don't practice law we're not federal prosecutors are defenders but we know that you have a right if you're the defendant to see all the evidence that the government has against you you should be able to investigate it you should be able that's that's pretty basic and yet general Flynn right now doesn't have that right no it's been standing with the things that I know existed I cannot get it either because they're hiding behind classification or bot well for example the original F. B. I. report of this interview Mr van practice says it's not in his possession which means is that the F. B. I. somewhere in judge someone didn't even order that to be produced and John Sullivan the judge I've been bragging about for six years as the judicial hero of licensed to lie because he ordered Brady production in the Ted Stevens case right it wound up in a reversal it is this muddled a bit because there is a guilty plea.

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"silver glade" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Its cara Lewis yesterday we talked about in nineteen patients taking court where they were today trump says I'm making it available almost immediately my page canister dot com and now back to Matthews guest hosting for rush Limbaugh but he I. B.'s network and again I want to thank our team today I work in working every angle to bring the broadcast to you Graig and alley and Mike and clay and my favorite producer in Pennsylvania Mister Scott for hooking it all up and very exciting Rush Limbaugh will be back tomorrow yes for open line Friday rush returns tomorrow so don't miss it in the meantime I am thrilled to have Sidney Powell on now Sydney is a federal prosecutor and she wrote a book that I got to tell you a license to lie I know you have another book out that I just finished reading but I was so energized reading licensed to lie exposing corruption in the department of justice I wanted to buy copies for everyone welcome to the show thank you so much I really am honored to be on with you I gotta tell you it why why don't we hear more about this in the in the mainstream news media your what you wrote in this books about these both of the books about the abuse of power would be not them it beyond the makings of a great movie I just wonder why you had to go and find this information and no one else could well I lived through a large part of it myself as the represented one of the average consulted on the Arthur Andersen case and then represented one of the Merrill Lynch executives in the Enron prosecution and in the process of doing that I recognized a core group of prosecutors who behave so differently than the way I was raised in the department of justice I found it absolutely appalling I mean they were making up crimes they were hiding evidence every case they actually took the problem the Enron task force was reversed in whole or in part on appeal for one version or another of prosecutorial misconduct and then despite that they were all promoted Andrew Weissmann became general counsel deputy director of the FBI under his buddy Bob Muller and then of course wound up on the leading Mr Muller's special counsel operation Catherine Roemer became Obama's longest serving White House counsel Matthew Friedrich became the bush attorney Jim system AG for the criminal division of the department of justice and then micromanage the prosecution of United States senator Ted Stevens that had to be thrown out after a jury came back with a verdict of guilty eight days before the election but costing his Senate seat is the longest serving Republican in the United States Senate league Leslie Caldwell became a pop up Loretta Lynch's assistant Attorney General in charge of the criminal division she brought Andrew Weissmann back into DOJ to head the fraud section and then he became involved in being briefed by Bruce or and and he and Musleh Ahmad on the back channel communications with Christopher Steele exactly it's funny how it all it Z. the same not always the same with the same attitude in the D. O. J. keeps rearing its ugly head to take down people that are politically unpopular or they want to target it's just I keep recycling this group of prosecutors figured out that they could use a law to destroy people's lives and they did it by making up crimes and hiding evidence that showed they were innocent I think one of the scariest things in this book Sydney we're talking to the author of two incredible books conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse and that's of course a co authored by Harvey silver glade who has a ton of experience as well and licensed to lie which that was my first exposure to your work and I was both energized and angry to find out that the F. B. I. can pretty much do whatever they want that really scares me some put up yes and when they interview you they don't always advise you of your rights like general Flynn for example they just ambush interviewed him in the White House after McCabe led him to believe he didn't need counsel and he wasn't the subject of the interview even and they literally plans the scheme than planned and multiple meetings about how to interview him to keep him on guarded and relaxed so that he would not know he was the subject of the interview and then they use that to start a false statements prosecution against him even though the original agent to interviewing came back and repeatedly briefed three different groups of people on how he was honest with them and did not why it's absolutely stunning and it's it's interesting because for people who are new to the process that I think it's called the three oh two the the F. B. I. can pretty much make up its own notes they're not required to tape or video their investigation or their questioning of you and I was shocked by that I thought they would be one agency that would have to cross the tease and dot the I's oh absolutely not in fact Mr Miller testified in front of Congress against vigorously against any suggestion that the FBI record their interviews in any fashion audio or video because it was just going to be too much for them to handle that yeah that is unfathomable to me it would be a lot easier to just turn it in to have a transcript made up the recording of the interview then it would be to sit there and take notes that are never going to be completely accurate no matter how good you are and and then have to generate a risk take the time and generate your own written report of what happened the gets manipulated as in Flynn's case for multiple weeks they manipulate that three oh two until finally Andrew McCabe approves the way it's written which included statements that Flynn did not make in the interview and left out statements he did and this is what drives me crazy said name we're talking to Sydney Powell author of conviction machine why no one people should be outraged over this because there are protest and and candlelight vigils and TV specials and Netflix documentaries on wrongly accused young men in particular and they've been railroaded and it's despicable and they get freed after so many years but for some reason if you are not in a certain gender or race or class no one really cares if your getting railroaded and I think that's unfair it is unfair and what it also shows bills if they want you no matter who you are they can get you so if they can do it to someone who's led an absolutely stellar an exemplary life like general Flynn have imagine what they can do to people in other situations that don't have the resources the community support the unblemished history the social connections or anything else they can do it to anybody do you find that the majority of people you talk to that are not familiar with the book yet do they understand that they brought in general Flynn's son and they threatened the general you better plead to something or we're going after your son and he was a he was a new dad any did you know just started his career what have you and they said look it do they even understand that it was this this game of leverage and pressure they're starting to understand that since I've taken over the defense of the Flynn case because it really wasn't brought out and exposed before that other than a few up articles in the media that didn't have the backup that they needed but a lot one of the things I've been doing and I've posted many of the briefs on my website at Sydney pal dot com with the exhibits so people can see the altered three oh two at least to the extent we have it because the we still don't have the original three oh two Mr van cracked the prosecutor says it's not quote in his possession and quote which means that somewhere in the government but not in his back pocket and the judge just said oh well things happen you know it reminds me of and by the way I want to I forgot to mention and I didn't know if you're officially are you officially tenet general Flynn's attorney at this point yes I've been in okay council since June nothing okay I just wanted to make sure that so this is good so that you they you are fighting for him as someone should and but because the media is so biased and so tainted and general Flynn number one was an ally of trump number two he doesn't fit the narrative the media doesn't care if if a hard working businessman or a decorated a member of the military is getting railroaded no different than setting up a kid in the ghetto by planting drugs in his car exactly he was completely set up and completely framed they made up the case the foreign agent registration act alleged false statements they forced into his statement of offense are themselves faults when you compare it to the registration and the true facts and then the alleged false statements and to the FBI that Irving supposed actual offense are not supported by the agents notes or that even the three oh two which was materially altered but we've got no traction with judge Sullivan on these issues even though he was the judge who lauded in license to lie in fact I've called in the judicial hero of license the license twenty thirteen I noticed that he would judge so you know when I stopped when I read conviction machine I just finished at the other day and I write I said you know when this started up Sullivan was a hero I'm I'm thinking is this a different Sullivan may because that's a pretty common name it the same judge but unfortunately it feels like a very different judge Sullivan I mean he slammed us in nineteen ninety two page decision denying us even the original three oh to the gnawing up a document we know exists and the department of justice dated January thirty twenty seventeen Walter general Flynn was still in the White House that completely exonerates him of all things Russia he's the not as evidence of the briefings the general Flynn gave on all his foreign contacts to the defense intelligence agency with whom he was still working even after he is quote officially left the agency and for judge someone to do that it's absolutely inexplicable I mean he bragged on him for years as being the Brady judge and he had a bright yellow entered in this case that he should have been forced he just rendered as Brady order absolutely meaningless if you don't enforce it you might as well not have it will be I will be back in a moment can you say one more segment here I'd love to well wrap up with some of your suggestions on how we can take some of the power away from prosecutors can we do that I'd be glad to okay we'll be back with city Powell on the Rush Limbaugh show right after this you're listening to the EIB network do you.

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"silver glade" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Meats locally sourced so you can feel good about putting their food in front of your family if they wouldn't give it to their families they won't sell it to yours visit their Facebook page for all the latest and now back to use guest hosting for rush Limbaugh III being network again I want to thank our team today I work in working every angle to bring the broadcast to you Graig and alley and Mike and clay and my favorite producer in Pennsylvania Mister Scott for hooking it all up and very exciting Rush Limbaugh will be back tomorrow yes open line Friday rush returns tomorrow so don't miss it in the meantime I am thrilled to have Sidney Powell on now Sydney is a federal prosecutor in she wrote a book that I got to tell you a license to lie I know you have another book out that I just finished reading but I was so energized reading licensed to lie exposing corruption in the department of justice I wanted to buy copies for everyone welcome to the show thank you so much I really I'm honored to be on with you I gotta tell you it why why don't we hear more about this in the in the mainstream news media your what you wrote in this books about that these both of the books about the abuse of power would be not them it beyond the makings of a great movie I just wonder why you had to go and find this information and no one else could well I lived through a large part of it myself as the represented one of the Everest consulted on the Arthur Andersen case and then represented one of the Merrill Lynch executives in the Enron prosecution and in the process of doing that I recognized a core group of prosecutors who behave so differently than the way I was raised in the department of justice I found it absolutely appalling I mean they were making up crimes they were hiding evidence every case they actually took the problem the Enron task force was reversed in whole or in part on appeal for one version or another of prosecutorial misconduct and then despite that they were all promoted Andrew Weissmann became general counsel deputy director of the FBI under his buddy Bob Muller and then of course wound up on bleeding Mr Muller's special counsel operation Catherine Roemer became Obama's longest serving White House counsel Matthew Friedrich became the bush attorney Jim system AG for the criminal division of the department of justice and then micromanage the prosecution of United States senator Ted Stevens that had to be thrown out after a jury came back with a verdict of guilty eight days before the election but costing his Senate seat as the longest serving Republican in the United States Senate we get that Leslie Caldwell became a pop up Loretta Lynch's assistant Attorney General in charge of the criminal division she brought Andrew Weissmann back into DOJ to head the fraud section and then he became involved in being briefed by Bruce or and and he and Musleh Ahmad on the back channel communications with Christopher Steele exactly it's funny how it all it Z. the same not always the same with the same attitude in the D. O. J. keeps rearing its ugly head to take down people that are politically unpopular or they want to target it's just I keep recycling this group of prosecutors figured out that they could use a law to destroy people's lives and they did it by making up crimes and hiding evidence that showed they were innocent I think one of the scariest things in this book Sydney we're talking to the author of two incredible books conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse and that's of course a co authored by Harvey silver glade who has a ton of experience as well and the license to lie which that was my first exposure to your work and I was both energized and angry to find out that the F. B. I. you can pretty much do whatever they want that really scares me bump it up yes and when they interview you they don't always advise you of your rights like with general Flynn for example they just ambush interviewed him in the White House after McCabe led him to believe he didn't need counseling he wasn't the subject of the interview even and they literally plans the scheme than planned and multiple meetings about how to interview him to keep him on guarded and relaxed so that he would not know he was the subject of the interview and then they use that to start a false statements prosecution against him even though the original agent to interviewing came back and repeatedly briefed three different groups of people on how he was honest with them and if not why it's absolutely stunning and it's it's interesting because for people who are new to the process that I think it's called the three oh two the F. B. I. can pretty much make up its own notes they're not required to tape or video their investigation or their questioning of you and I was shocked by that I thought they would be one agency that would have to cross the tease and dot the I's oh absolutely not in fact Mr Muller testified in front of Congress against vigorously against any suggestion that the FBI record their interviews in any fashion audio or video because it was just going to be too much for them to handle that yeah that is unfathomable to me it would be a lot easier to just turning on to have a transcript made up the recording of the interview then it would be to sit there and take notes that are never going to be completely accurate no matter how good you are and and then have to generate a risk take the time and generate your own written report of what happened the gets manipulated as in Flynn's case for multiple weeks they manipulate that three oh two until finally Andrew McCabe approves the way it's written which included statements that Flynn did not make in the interview and left out statements he did and this is what drives me crazy said name we're talking to Sydney Powell author of conviction machine why no one people should be outraged over this because there are protest and and candlelight vigils and TV specials and Netflix documentaries on wrongly accused young men in particular and they've been railroaded and it's despicable and they get freed after so many years but for some reason if you are not in a certain gender or race or class no one really cares if your getting railroaded and I think that's unfair it is unfair and what it also shows this if they want you no matter who you are they can get you so if they can do it to someone who's led an absolutely stellar an exemplary life like general Flynn now imagine what they can do to people in other situations that don't have the resources the community support the unblemished history the social connections or anything else they can do it to anybody do you find that the majority of people you talk to that are not familiar with the book yet do they understand that they brought in general Flynn's son and they threatened the general you better plead to something or we're going after your son and he was a he was a new dad any did you know just started his career what have you and they said look if do they even understand that it was this this game of leverage and pressure they're starting to understand that since I've taken over the defense of the Flynn case because it really wasn't brought out and exposed before that other than a few articles in the media that didn't have the backup that they needed but a lot one of the things I've been doing and I've posted many of the brief on my website at Sydney pal dot com with the exhibits so people can see the altered three oh two at least to the extent we have it because the we still don't have the original three oh two Mr van cracked the prosecutor says it's not quote in his possession and quote which means that somewhere in the government but not in his back pocket and the judge just said oh well things happen you know it reminds me of and by the way I want to I forgot to mention and I didn't know if you're officially are you officially lieutenant general Flynn's attorney at this point yes I've been in okay council since June not thank okay I just wanted to make sure that so this is good so that you they you are fighting for him as someone should and but because the media is so biased and so tainted and general Flynn number one was an ally of trump number two he doesn't fit the narrative the media doesn't care if if a hard working businessman or a decorated a member of the military is getting railroaded no different than setting up a kid in the ghetto by planting drugs in his car exactly it's completely set up and completely framed they made up the case the foreign agent registration act alleged false statements they forced into his statement of offense are themselves faults when you compare it to the registration and the true facts and then the alleged false statements and to the FBI that the supposed actual fans are not supported by the agents notes or the even the three oh two which was materially altered but we've got no traction with judge Sullivan on these issues even though he was the judge who lauded in license to lie in fact I've called in the judicial hero of license the license twenty thirteen I noticed that he would judge so you know when I see one I read conviction machine I just finished at the other day and I write I said you know when this started up Sullivan was a hero I'm I'm thinking is this a different Sullivan may because that's a pretty common name it the same judge but unfortunately it feels like a very different judge Sullivan I mean he slammed in nineteen ninety two page decision denying us even the original three oh two nine up a document we know exists and the department of justice dated January thirty twenty seventeen while general Flynn was still in the White House that completely exonerates him of all things Russia he's the not as evidence of the briefings the general Flynn gave on all his foreign contacts to the defense intelligence agency with whom he was still working even after he quote officially left the agency and for judge someone to do that it's absolutely inexplicable I mean he bragged on him for years as being the Brady judge and he had a breakout were entered in this case that he should have been forced to surrender does Brady order absolutely meaningless if you don't enforce it you might as well not happen will be I will be back in a moment could you say one more segment here I'd love to well wrap up with some of your suggestions on how we can take some of the power away from prosecutors can we do that I'll be glad okay we'll be back with city Powell on the Rush Limbaugh show right after this you're listening to the EIB network radio.

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"silver glade" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Thank our team today I work in working every angle to bring the broadcast to you Graig and alley and Mike and clay and my favorite producer in Pennsylvania Mister Scott for hooking it all up and very exciting Rush Limbaugh will be back tomorrow yes for open line Friday rush returns tomorrow so don't miss it in the meantime I am thrilled to have Sidney Powell on now Sydney is a federal prosecutor and she wrote a book that I got to tell you a license to lie I know you have another book out that I just finished reading but I was so energized reading licensed to lie exposing corruption in the department of justice I wanted to buy copies for everyone welcome to the show thank you so much I really am honored to be on with you I gotta tell you it why why don't we hear more about this in the in the mainstream news media you what you wrote in this books about these both of the books about the abuse of power would be not them it beyond the makings of a great movie I just wonder why you had to go and find this information and no one else could well I lived through a large part of it myself as a represented one of the average consulted on the Arthur Andersen case and then represented one of the Merrill Lynch executives in the Enron prosecution and in the process of doing that I recognized a core group of prosecutors who behave so differently than the way I was raised in the department of justice I found it absolutely appalling I mean they were making up crimes they were hiding evidence every case they actually took the problem the Enron task force was reversed in whole or in part on appeal for one version or another of prosecutorial misconduct and then despite that they were all promoted Andrew Weissmann became general counsel deputy director of the FBI under his buddy Bob Muller and then of course wound up on the leading Mr Muller's special counsel operation Catherine Roemer became Obama's longest serving White House counsel Matthew Friedrich became the bush attorney Jim system AG for the criminal division of the department of justice and then micromanage the prosecution of United States senator Ted Stevens that had to be thrown out after a jury came back with a verdict of guilty eight days before the election that costing his Senate seat is the longest serving Republican in the United States Senate league Leslie Caldwell became a pop up Loretta Lynch's assistant Attorney General in charge of the criminal division she brought Andrew Weissmann back into DOJ to head the fraud section and then he became involved and being briefed by Bruce or and and he and Musleh Ahmad on the back channel communications with Christopher Steele exactly it's funny how it all it Z. the same not always the same with the same attitude in the D. O. J. keeps rearing its ugly head to take down people that are politically unpopular or they want to target it's just I keep recycling this group of prosecutors figured out that they could use a law to destroy people's lives and they did it by making up crimes and hiding evidence that showed they were innocent I think one of the scariest things in this book Sydney we're talking to the author of two incredible books conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse and that's of course a co authored by Harvey silver glade who has a ton of experience as well and licensed to lie which that was my first exposure to your work and I was both energized and angry to find out that the F. B. I. you can pretty much do whatever they want that really scares me sums it up yes and when they interview you they don't always advise you of your rights like general Flynn for example they just ambush interviewed him in the White House after McCabe led him to believe he didn't need counsel and he wasn't the subject of the interview even and they literally plans they schemes and plans in multiple meetings about how to interview him to keep him on guarded and relaxed so that he would not know he was the subject of the interview and then they use that to start a false statements prosecution against him even though the original agent to interviewing came back and repeatedly briefed three different groups of people on how he was honest with them and did not lie it's absolutely stunning and it's it's interesting because for people who are new to the process that I think it's called the three oh two the the F. B. I. can pretty much make up its own notes they're not required to tape or video their investigation or their questioning of you and I was shocked by that I thought they would be one agency that would have to cross the tease and dot the I's oh absolutely not in fact Mr Miller testified in front of Congress against vigorously against any suggestion that the FBI record their interviews in any fashion audio or video because it was just going to be too much for them to handle that fat yeah that is unfathomable to me it would be a lot easier to just turn it in to have a transcript made up the recording of the interview then it would be to sit there and take notes that are never going to be completely accurate no matter how good you are and and then have to generate a risk take the time and generate your own written report of what happened the gets manipulated as in Flynn's case for multiple weeks they manipulate that three oh two until finally Andrew McCabe approves the way it's written which included statements that Flynn did not make in the interview and left out statements he did and this is what drives me crazy said name we're talking to Sydney Powell author of conviction machine why no one people should be outraged over this because there are protest and and candlelight vigils and TV specials and Netflix documentaries on wrongly accused young men in particular and they've been railroaded and it's despicable and they get freed after so many years but for some reason if you are not in a certain gender or race or class no one really cares if your getting railroaded and I think that's unfair it is unfair and what it also shows bills if they want you no matter who you are they can get you so if they can do it to someone who's led an absolutely stellar an exemplary life like general Flynn have imagine what they can do to people in other situations that don't have the resources the community support the unblemished history the social connections or anything else they can do it to anybody do you find that the majority of people you talk to that are not familiar with the book yet do they understand that they brought in general Flynn's son and they threatened the general you better plead to something or we're going after your son and he was a he was a new dad any dead you know just started his career what have you and they said look it do they even understand that it was this this game of leverage and pressure they're starting to understand that since I've taken over the defense of the Flynn case because it really wasn't brought out and exposed before that other than a few up articles in the media that didn't have the backup that they needed but a lot one of the things I've been doing and I've posted many of the briefs on my website at Sydney pal dot com with the exhibits so people can see the altered three oh two at least to the extent we have it because the we still don't have the original three oh two Mr van cracked the prosecutor says it's not quote in his possession and quote which means that somewhere in the government but not in his back pocket and the judge just said oh well things happen you know it reminds me of and by the way I want to I forgot to mention and I didn't know if you're officially are you officially lieutenant general Flynn's attorney at this point yes I've been in okay helpful since June nothing okay I just wanted to make sure that so this is good so that you they you are fighting for him as someone should and but because the media is so biased and so tainted and general Flynn number one was an ally of trump number two he doesn't fit the narrative the media doesn't care if if a hard working businessman or a decorated a member of the military is getting railroaded no different than setting up a kid in the ghetto by planting drugs in his car exactly he was completely set up and completely framed they made up the case the foreign agent registration act alleged false statements they forced into his statement of offense are themselves faults when you compare it to the registration and the true facts and then the alleged false statements and to the FBI that the supposed actual offense are not supported by the agents notes or the even the three oh two which was materially altered but we've got no traction with judge Sullivan on these issues even though he was the judge who lauded in license to lie in fact I've called in the judicial hero of license the license twenty thirteen I noticed that he what judge so you know when I see one I read conviction machine I just finished at the other day and I write I said you know when this started up Sullivan was a hero I'm I'm thinking is this a different Sullivan may because that's a pretty common name it the same judge but unfortunately it feels like a very different judge Sullivan I mean he slammed us in nineteen ninety two page decision denying us even the original three oh to the gnawing up a document we know exists and the department of justice dated January thirty twenty seventeen while general Flynn was still in the White House that completely exonerates him of all things Russia he's the not as evidence of the briefings the general Flynn gave on all his foreign contacts to the defense intelligence agency with whom he was still working even after he is quote officially left the agency and for judge someone to do that it's absolutely inexplicable I mean he bragged on him for years as being the Brady judge and he had a bright yellow entered in this case that he should have been forced he just rendered as Brady order absolutely meaningless if you don't enforce it you might as well not happen will be will be back in a moment can you say one more segment here I'd love to well wrap up with some of your suggestions on how we can take some of the power away from prosecutors can we do that I'd be glad to okay we'll be back with city Powell on the Rush Limbaugh show right after this you're listening to the EIB.

Mike Mister Scott Limbaugh clay producer Pennsylvania
"silver glade" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Team today I work in working every angle to bring the broadcast to you Graig and alley and Mike and clay and my favorite producer in Pennsylvania Mister Scott for hooking it all up and very exciting Rush Limbaugh will be back tomorrow yes for open line Friday rush returns tomorrow so don't miss it in the meantime I am thrilled to have Sidney Powell on now Sydney is a federal prosecutor and she wrote a book that I got to tell you a license to lie I know you have another book out that I just finished reading but I was so energized reading licensed to lie exposing corruption in the department of justice I wanted to buy copies for everyone welcome to the show thank you so much I really am honored to be on with you I gotta tell you it why why don't we hear more about this in the in the mainstream news media your what you wrote in this books about these both of the books about the abuse of power would be not them it beyond the makings of a great movie I just wonder why you had to go and find this information and no one else could well I lived through a large part of it myself as a represented one of the average consulted on the Arthur Andersen case and then represented one of the Merrill Lynch executives in the Enron prosecution and in the process of doing that I recognize that core group of prosecutors who behave so differently than the way I was raised in the department of justice I found it absolutely appalling I mean they were making up crimes they were hiding evidence every case they actually took the problem the Enron task force was reversed in whole or in part on appeal for one version or another of prosecutorial misconduct and then despite that they were all promoted Andrew Weissmann became general counsel deputy director of the FBI under his buddy Bob Muller and then of course wound up on the leading Mr Muller's special counsel operation Catherine Roemer became Obama's longest serving White House counsel Matthew Friedrich became the bush attorney just a system AG for the criminal division of the department of justice and then micromanage the prosecution of United States senator Ted Stevens that had to be thrown out after a jury came back with a verdict of guilty eight days before the election that costing his Senate seat is the longest serving Republican in the United States Senate league Leslie Caldwell became a pop up Loretta Lynch's assistant Attorney General in charge of the criminal division she brought Andrew Weissmann back into DOJ to head the fraud section and then he became involved in being briefed by Bruce or and and he and Musleh Ahmad on the back channel communications with Christopher Steele exactly it's funny how it all it Z. the same not always the same with the same attitude in the D. O. J. keeps rearing its ugly head to take down people that are politically unpopular or they want to target it's just I keep recycling this group of prosecutors figured out that they could use a law to destroy people's lives and they did it by making up crimes and hiding evidence that showed they were innocent I think one of the scariest things in this book Sydney we're talking to the author of two incredible books conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse and that's of course a co authored by Harvey silver glade who has a ton of experience as well and the license to lie which that was my first exposure to your work and I was both energized and angry to find out that the FBI can pretty much do whatever they want that really scares me some put up yes and when they interview you they don't always advise you of your rights like general Flynn for example they just ambush interviewed him in the White House after McCabe led him to believe he didn't need counsel and he wasn't the subject of the interview even and they literally plans the scheme than planned and multiple meetings about how to interview him to keep him on guarded and relaxed so that he would not know he was the subject of the interview and then they use that to start a false statements prosecution against him even though the original agent to interviewing came back and repeatedly briefed three different groups of people on how he was honest with them and did not why it's absolutely stunning and it's it's interesting because for people who are new to the process that I think it's called the three oh two the the F. B. I. can pretty much make up its own notes they're not required to tape or video their investigation or their questioning of you and I was shocked by that I thought they would be one agency that would have to cross the tease and dot the I's oh absolutely not in fact Mr Muller testified in front of Congress against big originally against any suggestion that the FBI record their interviews in any fashion audio or video because it was just going to be too much for them to handle that yeah that is unfathomable to me it would be a lot easier to just turn it in to have a transcript made up the recording of the interview then it would be to sit there and take notes that are never going to be completely accurate no matter how good you are and and then have to generate every take the time and generate your own written report of what happened the gets manipulated as in Flynn's case for multiple weeks they manipulate that three oh two until finally entry McCabe approves the way it's written which included statements that Flynn did not make in the interview and left out statements he did and this is what drives me crazy said name we're talking to Sydney Powell author of conviction machine why no one people should be outraged over this because there are protest and and candlelight vigils and TV specials and Netflix documentaries on wrongly accused young men in particular and they've been railroaded and it's despicable and they get freed after so many years but for some reason if you are not in a certain gender or race or class no one really cares if your getting railroaded and I think that's unfair it is unfair and what it also shows bills if they want you no matter who you are they can get you so if they can do it to someone who's led an absolutely stellar an exemplary life like general Flynn have imagine what they can do to people in other situations that don't have the resources the community support the unblemished history the social connections or anything else they can do it to anybody do you find that the majority of people you talk to that are not familiar with the book yet do they understand that they brought in general Flynn's son and they threatened the general you better plead to something or we're going after your son and he was a he was a new dad any did you know just started his career what have you and they said look if do they even understand that it was this this game of leverage and pressure they are starting to understand that since I've taken over the defense of the Flynn case because it really wasn't brought out and exposed before that other than a few of articles in the media that didn't have the backup that they needed but a lot of one of the things I've been doing and I've posted many of the briefs on my website at Sydney pal dot com with the exhibits so people can see the altered three oh two at least to the extent we have it because the we still don't have the original three oh two Mr van cracked the prosecutor says it's not quote in his possession and quote which means that somewhere in the government but not in his back pocket and the judge just said oh well things happen you know it reminds me of and by the way I want to I forgot to mention and I didn't know if you're officially are you officially lieutenant general Flynn's attorney at this point yes I've been in okay councils since June nothing okay I just wanted to make sure that so this is good so that you they you are fighting for him as someone should and but because the media is so biased and so tainted and general Flynn number one was an ally of trump number two he doesn't fit the narrative the media doesn't care if if a hard working businessman or a decorated a member of the military is getting railroaded no different than setting up a kid in the ghetto by planting drugs in his car exactly he was completely set up and completely framed they made up the case the foreign agent registration act alleged false statements they forced into his statement of offense are themselves faults when you compare it to the registration and the true facts and then the alleged false statements and to the FBI that the supposed actual sounds are not supported by the agents notes or the even the three oh two which was materially altered but we've gotten no traction with judge Sullivan on these issues even though he was the judge who lauded in license to lie in fact I've called in the judicial hero of license the license twenty thirteen I noticed that he what judge so you know when I just when I read conviction machine I just finished at the other day and I write I said you know when this started up Sullivan was a hero I'm I'm thinking is this a different Sullivan may because that's a pretty common name it the same judge but unfortunately it feels like a very different judge Sullivan I mean he slammed us in nineteen ninety two page decision denying us even the original three oh two that nine of a document we know exists and the department of justice dated January thirty twenty seventeen while general Flynn was still in the White House that completely exonerates him of all things Russia he's the not as evidence of the briefings the general Flynn gave on all his foreign contacts to the defense intelligence agency with whom he was still working even after he quote officially left the agency and for judge someone to do that it's absolutely inexplicable I mean he bragged on him for years as being the Brady judge and he had a bright yellow entered in this case that he should have been forced he just rendered as Brady order absolutely meaningless if you don't enforce it you might as well not happen will be will be back in a moment can you say one more segment here I'd love to well wrap up with some of your suggestions on how we can take some of the power away from prosecutors can we do that I'd be glad to okay we'll be back with city Powell on the Rush Limbaugh show right after.

Mike Mister Scott Limbaugh clay producer Pennsylvania
"silver glade" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Work in working every angle to bring the broadcast to you Graig and alley and Mike and clay and my favorite producer in Pennsylvania Mister Scott for hooking it all up and very exciting Rush Limbaugh will be back tomorrow yes for open line Friday rush returns tomorrow so don't miss it in the meantime I am thrilled to have Sidney Powell on now Sydney is a federal prosecutor and she wrote a book that I got to tell you a license to lie I know you have another book out that I just finished reading but I was so energized reading licensed to lie exposing corruption in the department of justice I wanted to buy copies for everyone welcome to the show thank you so much I really am honored to be on with you I gotta tell you it why why don't we hear more about this in the in the mainstream news media your what you wrote in this books about that these both of the books about the abuse of power would be not them it beyond the makings of a great movie I just wonder why you had to go and find this information and no one else could well I lived through a large part of it myself as a represented one of the Everest consulted on the Arthur Andersen case and then represented one of the Merrill Lynch executives in the Enron prosecution and in the process of doing that I recognized a core group of prosecutors who behave so differently than the way I was raised in the department of justice I found it absolutely appalling I mean they were making up crimes they were hiding evidence every case they actually took the problem the Enron task force was reversed in whole or in part on appeal for one version or another of prosecutorial misconduct and then despite that they were all promoted Andrew Weissmann became general counsel deputy director of the FBI under his buddy Bob Muller and then of course wound up on the leading Mr Muller's special counsel operation Catherine Roemer became Obama's longest serving White House counsel Matthew Friedrich became the bush attorney Jenna system AG for the criminal division of the department of justice and then micromanage the prosecution of United States senator Ted Stevens that had to be thrown out after a jury came back with a verdict of guilty eight days before the election but costing his Senate seat is the longest serving Republican in the United States Senate league Leslie Caldwell became a pop up Loretta Lynch's assistant Attorney General in charge of the criminal division she brought Andrew Weissmann back into DOJ to head the fraud section and then he became involved in being briefed by Bruce or and and he and Musleh Ahmad on the back channel communications with Christopher Steele exactly it's funny how it all it Z. the same not always the same with the same attitude in the D. O. J. keeps rearing its ugly head to take down people that are politically unpopular or they want to target it's just I keep recycling this group of prosecutors figured out that they could use a law to destroy people's lives and they did it by making up crimes and hiding evidence that showed they were innocent I think one of the scariest things in this book Sydney we're talking to the author of two incredible books conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse and that's of course a co authored by Harvey silver glade who has a ton of experience as well and licensed to lie which that was my first exposure to your work and I was both energized and angry to find out that the FBI can pretty much do whatever they want that really scares me some put up yes and when they interview you they don't always advise you of your rights like general Flynn for example they just ambush interviewed him in the White House after McCabe led him to believe he didn't need counsel and he wasn't the subject of the interview even and they literally plans the scheme than planned and multiple meetings about how to interview him to keep him on guarded and relaxed so that he would not know he was the subject of the interview and then they use that to start a false statements prosecution against him even though the original agent to interviewing came back and repeatedly briefed three different groups of people on how he was honest with them and did not why it's absolutely stunning and it's it's interesting because for people who are new to the process that I think it's called the three oh two the the F. B. I. can pretty much make up its own notes they're not required to tape or video their investigation or their questioning of you and I was shocked by that I thought they would be one agency that would have to cross the tease and dot the I's oh absolutely not in fact Mr Mauler testified in front of Congress against vigorously against any suggestion that the FBI record their interviews in any fashion audio or video because it was just going to be too much for them to handle that yeah that is unfathomable to me it would be a lot easier to just turning in to have a transcript made of the recording of the interview then it would be to sit there and take notes that are never going to be completely accurate no matter how good you are and and then have to generate a risk take the time and generate your own written report of what happened the gets manipulated as in Flynn's case for multiple weeks they manipulate that three oh two until finally Andrew McCabe approves the way it's written which included statements that Flynn did not make in the interview and left out statements he did and this is what drives me crazy said name we're talking to Sydney Powell author of conviction machine why no one people should be outraged over this because there are protest and and candlelight vigils and TV specials and Netflix documentaries on wrongly accused young men in particular and they've been railroaded and it's despicable and they get freed after so many years but for some reason if you are not in a certain gender or race or class no one really cares if your getting railroaded and I think that's unfair it is unfair and what it also shows deals if they want you no matter who you are they can get you so if they can do it to someone who's led an absolutely stellar an exemplary life like general Flynn have imagine what they can do to people in other situations that don't have the resources the community support the unblemished history the social connections or anything else they can do it to anybody do you find that the majority of people you talk to that are not familiar with the book yet do they understand that they brought in general Flynn's son and they threatened the general you better plead to something or we're going after your son and he was a he was a new dad any did you know just started his career what have you and they said look if do they even understand that it was this this game of leverage and pressure they're starting to understand that since I've taken over the defense of the Flynn case because it really wasn't brought out and exposed before that other than a few of articles in the media that didn't have the backup that they needed but a lot of one of the things I've been doing and I've posted many of the briefs on my website at Sydney pal dot com with the exhibits so people can see the altered three oh two at least to the extent we have it because the we still don't have the original three oh two Mr van cracked the prosecutor says it's not quote in his possession and quote which means that somewhere in the government but not in his back pocket and the judge just said oh well things happen you know it reminds me of and by the way I want to I forgot to mention and I didn't know if you're officially are you officially lieutenant general Flynn's attorney at this point yes I've been in okay councils since June nothing okay I just wanted to make sure that so this is good so that you they you are fighting for him as someone should and but because the media is so biased and so tainted and general Flynn number one was an ally of trump number two he doesn't fit the narrative the media doesn't care if if a hard working businessman or a decorated a member of the military is getting railroaded no different than setting up a kid in the ghetto by planting drugs in his car exactly it's completely set up and completely framed they made up the case the foreign agent registration act alleged false statements they forced into his statement of offense are themselves faults when you compare it to the registration and the true facts and then the alleged false statements and to the FBI that the supposed actual offense are not supported by the agents notes or the even the three oh two which was materially altered but we've gotten no traction with judge Sullivan on these issues even though he was the judge who lauded in license to lie in fact I've called in the judicial hero of license the license twenty thirteen I noticed that he would judge so you know when I see one I read conviction machine I just finished at the other day and I write I said you know when this started up Sullivan was a hero I'm I'm thinking is this a different Sullivan may because that's a pretty common name it the same judge but unfortunately it feels like a very different judge Sullivan I mean he slammed in nineteen ninety two page decision denying us even the original three oh two that nine of a document we know exists and the department of justice dated January thirty twenty seventeen while general Flynn was still in the White House that completely exonerates him of all things Russia he's the not as evidence of the briefings the general Flynn gave on all his foreign contacts to the defense intelligence agency with whom he was still working even after he quote officially left the agency and for judge Sullivan to do that it's absolutely inexplicable I mean he bragged on him for years as being the Brady judge and he had a bright yellow entered in this case that he should have been forced he just rendered as Brady order absolutely meaningless if you don't enforce it you might as well not happen will be I will be back in a moment can you stay one more segment here I'd love to well wrap up with some of your suggestions on how we can take some of the power away from prosecutors can we do that I'd be glad to okay we'll be back with city Powell on the Rush Limbaugh show right after this you're listening to the EIB network.

Mike Mister Scott Limbaugh clay producer Pennsylvania
"silver glade" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on KTOK

"Today I work in working every angle to bring the broadcast to you Graig and alley and Mike and clay and my favorite producer in Pennsylvania Mister Scott for hooking it all up and very exciting Rush Limbaugh will be back tomorrow yes for open line Friday rush returns tomorrow so don't miss it in the meantime I am thrilled to have Sidney Powell on now Sydney is a federal prosecutor and she wrote a book that I got to tell you a license to lie I know you have another book out that I just finished reading but I was so energized reading licensed to lie exposing corruption in the department of justice I wanted to buy copies for everyone welcome to the show thank you so much I really am honored to be on with you I gotta tell you it why why don't we hear more about this in the in the mainstream news media you what you wrote in this books about these both of the books about the abuse of power would be not them it beyond the makings of a great movie I just wonder why you had to go and find this information and no one else could well I lived through a large part of it myself as a represented one of the average consulted on the Arthur Andersen case and then represented one of the Merrill Lynch executives in the Enron prosecution and in the process of doing that I recognized a core group of prosecutors who behave so differently than the way I was raised in the department of justice I found it absolutely appalling I mean they were making up crimes they were hiding evidence every case they actually took the problem the Enron task force was reversed in whole or in part on appeal for one version or another of prosecutorial misconduct and then despite that they were all promoted Andrew Weissmann became general counsel deputy director of the FBI under his buddy Bob Muller and then of course wound up on the leading Mr Muller's special counsel operation Catherine Roemer became Obama's longest serving White House counsel Matthew Friedrich became the bush attorney Jim system AG for the criminal division of the department of justice and then micromanage the prosecution of United States senator Ted Stevens that had to be thrown out after a jury came back with a verdict of guilty eight days before the election but costing his Senate seat is the longest serving Republican in the United States Senate league Leslie Caldwell became a pop up Loretta Lynch's assistant Attorney General in charge of the criminal division she brought Andrew Weissmann backed into DOJ to head the fraud section and then he became involved in being briefed by Bruce or and and he and Musleh Ahmad on the back channel communications with Christopher Steele exactly it's funny how it all it Z. the same not always the same but the same attitude in the D. O. J. keeps rearing its ugly head to take down people that are politically unpopular or they want to target it's just I keep recycling this group of prosecutors figured out that they could use a law to destroy people's lives and they did it by making up crimes and hiding evidence that showed they were innocent I think one of the scariest things in this book Sydney we're talking to the author of two incredible books conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse and that's of course a co authored by Harvey silver glade who has a ton of experience as well and licensed to lie which that was my first exposure to your work and I was both energized and angry to find out that the F. B. I. you can pretty much do whatever they want that really scares me some put up yes and when they interview you they don't always advise you of your rights like what general Flynn for example they just ambush interviewed him in the White House after McCabe led him to believe he didn't need counsel and he wasn't the subject of the interview even and they literally plans the scheme than planned and multiple meetings about how to interview him to keep him on guarded and relaxed so that he would not know he was the subject of the interview and then they use that to start a false statements prosecution against him even though the original agents who interviewed him came back and repeatedly briefed three different groups of people on how he was honest with them and did not lie it's absolutely stunning and it's it's interesting because for people who are new to the process that I think it's called the three oh two the the F. B. I. can pretty much make up its own notes they're not required to tape or video their investigation or they are questioning of you and I was shocked by that I thought they would be one agency that would have to cross the tease and dot the I's oh absolutely not in fact Mr Mauler testified in front of Congress against vigorously against any suggestion that the FBI record their interviews in any fashion audio or video because it was just going to be too much for them to handle that fat yeah that is unfathomable to me it would be a lot easier to just turn in to have a transcript made up the recording of the interview then it would be to sit there and take notes that are never going to be completely accurate no matter how good you are and and then have to generate a risk take the time and generate your own written report of what happened the gets manipulated as in Flynn's case for multiple weeks they manipulate that three oh two until finally Andrew McCabe approves the way it's written which included statements that Flynn did not make in the interview and left out statements he did and this is what drew Rives me crazy said name we're talking to Sydney Powell author of conviction machine why no one people should be outraged over this because there are protest and and candlelight vigils and TV specials and Netflix documentaries on wrongly accused young men in particular and they've been railroaded and it's despicable and they get freed after so many years but for some reason if you are not in a certain gender or race or class no one really cares if your getting railroaded and I think that's unfair it is unfair and what it also shows deals if they want you no matter who you are they can get you so if they can do it to someone who's led an absolutely stellar an exemplary life like general Flynn have imagine what they can do to people in other situations that don't have the resources the community support the unblemished history the social connections or anything else they can do it to anybody do you find that the majority of people you talk to that are not familiar with the book yet do they understand that they brought in general Flynn's son and they threatened the general you better plead to something or we're going after your son and he was a he was a new dad any did you know just started his career what have you and they said look if do they even understand that it was this this game of leverage and pressure they're starting to understand that since I've taken over the defense of the Flynn case because it really wasn't brought out and exposed before that other than a few up articles in the media that didn't have the backup that they needed but a lot one of the things I've been doing and I've posted many of the briefs on my website at Sydney pal dot com with the exhibits so people can see the altered three oh two at least to the extent we have it because the we still don't have the original three oh two Mr van cracked the prosecutor says it's not quote in his possession and quote which means that somewhere in the government but not in his back pocket and the judge just said oh well things happen you know it reminds me of and by the way I want to I forgot to mention and I didn't know if you're officially are you officially lieutenant general Flynn's attorney at this point yes I've been in okay helpful since June nothing okay I just wanted to make sure that so this is good so that you they you know are fighting for him as someone should and but because the media is so biased and so tainted and general Flynn number one was an ally of trump number two he doesn't fit the narrative the media doesn't care if if a hard working businessman or a decorated a member of the military is getting railroaded no different than setting up a kid in the ghetto by planting drugs in his car exactly he was completely set up and completely framed they made up the case the foreign agent registration act alleged false statements they forced into his statement of offense are themselves faults when you compare it to the registration and the true facts and then the alleged false statements and to the FBI that the supposed actual offense are not supported by the agents notes or the even the three oh two which was materially altered but we've got no traction with judge Sullivan on these issues even though he was the judge who lauded in license to lie in fact I've called in the judicial hero of license the license twenty thirteen I noticed that he would judge so you know when I first when I read conviction machine I just finish it the other day and I write I said you know when this started up Sullivan was a hero I'm I'm thinking is this a different Sullivan may because that's a pretty common name it the same judge but unfortunately it feels like a very different judge Sullivan I mean he slammed us in nineteen ninety two page decision denying us even the original three oh two nine up a document we know exists and the department of justice dated January thirty twenty seventeen while general Flynn was still in the White House that completely exonerates him of all things Russia he's the not as evidence of the briefings the general Flynn gave on all his foreign contacts to the defense intelligence agency with whom he was still working even after he quote officially left the agency and for judge Sullivan to do that it's absolutely inexplicable I mean he bragged on him for years as being the Brady judge and he had a bright yellow entered in this case that he should have been forced he just rendered as Brady order absolutely meaningless if you don't enforce it you might as well not happen we'll be out we'll be back in a moment can you stay one more segment here I'd love to well wrap up with some of your suggestions on how we can take some of the power away from prosecutors can we do that I'd be glad to okay we'll be back with city Powell on the Rush.

Mike Mister Scott Limbaugh clay producer Pennsylvania
"silver glade" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Thank our team today I work in working every angle to bring the broadcast via Graig and alley and might and clay and my favorite producer in Pennsylvania Mister Scott for hooking it all up and very exciting Rush Limbaugh will be back tomorrow yes for open line Friday rush returns tomorrow so don't miss it in the meantime I am thrilled to have Sidney Powell on now Sydney is a federal prosecutor and she wrote a book that I got to tell you a license to lie I know you have another book out that I just finished reading but I was so energized reading licensed to lie exposing corruption in the department of justice I wanted to buy copies for everyone welcome to the show thank you so much I really am honored to be on with you I gotta tell you it why why don't we hear more about this in the in the mainstream news media your what you wrote in this books about these both of the books about the abuse of power would be not them it beyond the makings of a great movie I just wonder why you had to go and find this information and no one else could well I lived through a large part of it myself as a represented one of the average consulted on the Arthur Andersen case and then represented one of the Merrill Lynch executives in the Enron prosecution and in the process of doing that I recognized a core group of prosecutors who behave so differently than the way I was raised in the department of justice I found it absolutely appalling I mean they were making up crimes they were hiding evidence every case they actually took the problem the Enron task force was reversed in whole or in part on appeal for one version or another of prosecutorial misconduct and then despite that they were all promoted Andrew Weissmann became general counsel deputy director of the FBI under his buddy Bob Muller and then of course wound up on the leading Mr Muller's special counsel operation Catherine Roemer became Obama's longest serving White House counsel Matthew Friedrich became the bush attorney Jenna system AG for the criminal division of the department of justice and then micromanage the prosecution of United States senator Ted Stevens that had to be thrown out after a jury came back with a verdict of guilty eight days before the election but costing his Senate seat is the longest serving Republican in the United States Senate we get that Leslie Caldwell became a part of the rental Lynch's assistant Attorney General in charge of the criminal division she brought Andrew Weissmann backed into DOJ to head the fraud section and then he became involved in being briefed by Bruce or and and he and Musleh Ahmad on the back channel communications with Christopher Steele exactly it's funny how it all it Z. the same not always the same with the same attitude in the D. O. J. keeps rearing its ugly head to take down people that are politically unpopular or they want to target it's just I keep recycling this group of prosecutors figured out that they could use a law to destroy people flops and they did it by making up crimes and hiding evidence that showed they were innocent I think one of the scariest things in this book Sydney we're talking to the author of two incredible books conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse and that's of course a co authored by Harvey silver glade who has a ton of experience as well and licensed to lie which that was my first exposure to your work and I was both energized and angry to find out that the F. B. I. you can pretty much do whatever they want that really scares me some put up yes and when they interview you they don't always advise you of your rights like what general Flynn for example they just ambush interviewed him in the White House after McCabe leading to believe he didn't need counseling he wasn't the subject of the interview even and they literally plans the scheme than planned in multiple meetings about how to interview him to keep him on guarded and relaxed so that he would not know he was the subject of the interview and then they use that to start a false statements prosecution against him even though the original agent to interviewing came back and repeatedly briefed three different groups of people on how he was honest with them and if not why it's absolutely stunning and it's it's interesting because for people who are new to the process that I think it's called the three oh two the FBI can pretty much make up its own notes they're not required to tape or video their investigation or their questioning of you and I was shocked by that I thought they would be one agency that would have to cross the tease and dot the I's oh absolutely not in fact Mr Miller testified in front of Congress against vigorously against any suggestion that the FBI record their interviews in any fashion audio or video because it was just going to be too much for them to handle that yeah that is unfathomable to me it would be a lot easier to just turn it in to have a transcript made of the recording of the interview then it would be to sit there and take notes that are never going to be completely accurate no matter how good you are and and then have to generate a take the time and generate your own written report of what happened the gets manipulated as in Flynn's case for multiple weeks they manipulate that three oh two until finally Andrew McCabe approves the way it's written which included statements that Flynn did not make in the interview and left out statements he did and this is what drives me crazy Sydney we're talking to Sydney Powell author of conviction machine why no one people should be outraged over this because there are protest and and candlelight vigils and TV specials and Netflix documentaries on wrongly accused young men in particular and they've been railroaded and it's despicable and they get freed after so many years but for some reason if you are not in a certain gender or race or class no one really cares if your getting railroaded and I think that's unfair it is unfair and what it also shows those if they want you no matter who you are they can get you so if they can do it to someone who's led an absolutely stellar an exemplary life like general Flynn have imagine what they can do to people in other situations that don't have the resources the community support the unblemished history the social connections or anything else they can do it to anybody do you find that the majority of people you talk to that are not familiar with the book yet do they understand that they brought in general Flynn's son and they threatened the general you better plead to something or we're going after your son and he was a he was a new dad any did you know just started his career what have you and they said look if do they even understand that it was this this game of leverage and pressure they're starting to understand that since I've taken over the defense of the Flynn case because it really wasn't brought out and exposed before that other than a few articles in the media that didn't have the backup that they needed but a lot of one of the things I've been doing and I've posted many of the briefs on my website at Sydney pal dot com with the exhibits so people can see the altered three oh two at least to the extent we have it because the we still don't have the original three oh two Mr van cracked the prosecutor says it's not quote in his possession and quote which means that somewhere in the government but not in his back pocket and the judge just said oh well things happen you know it reminds me of and by the way I want to I forgot to mention and I didn't know if you're officially are you officially lieutenant general Flynn's attorney at this point yes I've been in okay council since June nothing okay I just wanted to make sure that so this is good so that you they you are fighting for him as someone should and but because the media is so biased and so tainted and general Flynn number one was an ally of trump number two he doesn't fit the narrative the media doesn't care if if a hard working businessman or a decorated a member of the military is getting railroaded no different than setting up a kid in the ghetto by planting drugs in his car exactly he was completely set up and completely framed they made up the case the foreign agent registration act alleged false statements they forced into his statement of offense are themselves faults when you compare it to the registration and the true facts and then the alleged false statements and to the FBI that the supposed actual fans are not supported by the agents notes or the even the three oh two which was materially altered but we've gotten no traction with judge Sullivan on these issues even though he was the judge who lauded in license to lie in fact I've called in the judicial hero of license the license twenty thirteen I noticed that he would judge so you know when I when I read conviction machine I just finished at the other day and I write I said you know when this started up Solomon was a hero I'm I'm thinking is this a different Sullivan may because that's a pretty common name it is the same charge but unfortunately it feels like a very different judge Sullivan I mean he slammed in nineteen ninety two page decision denying us even the original three oh to the gnawing us a document we know exists and the department of justice dated January thirty twenty seventeen while general Flynn was still in the White House that completely exonerate him of all things Russia he's been out of evidence of the briefings the general Flynn gave on all his foreign contacts to the defense intelligence agency with whom he was still working even after he quote officially left the agency and for judge someone to do that it's absolutely inexplicable I mean he bragged on him for years as being the Brady judge and he had a bright yellow entered in this case that he should have been forced to surrender does Brady order absolutely meaningless if you don't enforce it you might as well not have it will be will be back in a moment can you say one more segment here I'd love to well wrap up with some of your suggestions on how we can take some of the power away from prosecutors can we do that I'd be glad to okay we'll be back with city Powell on the Rush Limbaugh show right after this you're listening to the EIB network Rush.

producer Mister Scott Limbaugh Pennsylvania
"silver glade" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In working every angle to bring the broadcast via and alley and Mike and clay and my favorite producer Pennsylvania Mister Scott for hooking it all up and very exciting Rush Limbaugh will be back tomorrow yes open line Friday rush returns tomorrow so don't miss it in the meantime I am thrilled to have Sydney Powell on now Sydney is a federal prosecutor and she wrote a book that I got to tell you a license to lie I know you have another book out that I just finished reading but I was so energized reading licensed to lie exposing corruption in the department of justice I wanted to buy copies for everyone welcome to the show thank you so much I really am honored to be on with you I gotta tell you it why why don't we hear more about this in the in the mainstream news media you what you wrote in this books about these both of the books about the abuse of power would be I'm not them it beyond the makings of a great movie I just wonder why you had to go and find this information and no one else could well I lived through a large part of it myself as a represented one of the average consulted on the Arthur Andersen case and then represented one of the Merrill Lynch executives in the Enron prosecution and in the process of doing that I recognized a core group of prosecutors who behave so differently than the way I was raised in the department of justice I found it absolutely appalling I mean they were making up crimes they were hiding evidence every case they actually took the problem the Enron task force was reversed in whole or in part on appeal for one version or another of prosecutorial misconduct and then despite that they were all promoted Andrew Weissmann became general counsel deputy director of the FBI under his buddy Bob Muller and then of course wound up on the leading Mr Muller's special counsel operation Catherine Roemer became Obama's longest serving White House counsel Matthew Friedrich became the bush attorney Jim system AG for the criminal division of the department of justice and then micromanage the prosecution of United States senator Ted Stevens that had to be thrown out after a jury came back with a verdict of guilty eight days before the election but costing his Senate seat is the longest serving Republican in the United States Senate we get that Leslie Caldwell became a pop up Loretta Lynch's assistant Attorney General in charge of the criminal division she brought Andrew Weissmann back into DOJ to head the fraud section and then he became involved in being briefed by Bruce or and and he and Musleh Ahmad on the back channel communications with Christopher Steele exactly it's funny how it all is the same not always the same with the same attitude in the D. O. J. keeps rearing its ugly head to take down people that are politically unpopular or they want to target it's just I keep recycling this group of prosecutors figured out that they could use a law to destroy people's lives and they did it by making up crimes and hiding evidence that showed they were innocent I think one of the scariest things in this book Sydney we're talking to the author of two incredible books conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse and that's of course a co authored by Harvey silver glade who has a ton of experience as well and licensed to lie which that was my first exposure to your work and I was both energized and angry to find out that the F. B. I. you can pretty much do whatever they want that really scares me some put up yes and when they interview you they don't always advise you of your rights like what general Flynn for example they just ambush interviewed him in the White House after McCabe leading to believe he didn't need counseling he wasn't the subject of the interview even and they literally plans the scheme than planned in multiple meetings about how to interview him to keep him on guarded and relaxed so that he would not know he was the subject of the interview and then they use that to start a false statements prosecution against him even though the original agent to interviewing came back and repeatedly briefed three different groups of people on how he was honest with them and if not why it's absolutely stunning and it's it's interesting because for people who are new to the process that I think it's called the three oh two the F. B. I. can pretty much make up its own notes they're not required to tape or video their investigation or their questioning of you and I was shocked by that I thought they would be one agency that would have to cross the tease and dot the I's oh absolutely not in fact Mr Mauler testified in front of Congress against they currently against any suggestion that the FBI record their interviews in any fashion audio or video because it was just going to be too much for them to handle that yeah that is unfathomable to me it would be a lot easier to just turn it in to have a transcript made of the recording of the interview then it would be to sit there and take notes that are never going to be completely accurate no matter how good you are and and then have to generate a room take the time and generate your own written report of what happened the gets manipulated as in Flynn's case for multiple weeks thing manipulate that three oh two until finally Andrew McCabe approves the way it's written which included statements that Flynn did not make in the interview and left out statements he did and this is what drives me crazy Sydney we're talking to Sydney Powell author of conviction machine why no one people should be outraged over this because there are protest and and candlelight vigils and TV specials and Netflix documentaries on wrongly accused young men in particular and they've been railroaded and it's despicable and they get freed after so many years but for some reason if you are not in a certain gender or race or class no one really cares if your getting railroaded and I think that's unfair it is unfair and what it also shows is if they want you no matter who you are they can get you so if they can do it to someone who's led an absolutely stellar an exemplary life like general Flynn hands imagine what they can do to people in other situations that don't have the resources the community support the unblemished history the social connections or anything else they can do it to anybody do you find that the majority of people you talk to that are not familiar with the book yet do they understand that they brought in general Flynn's son and they threatened the general you better plead to something or we're going after your son and he was a he was a new dad any did you know just started his career what have you and they said look if do they even understand that it was this this game of leverage and pressure they're starting to understand that since I've taken over the defense of the Flynn case because it really wasn't brought out and exposed before that other than a few articles in the media that didn't have the backup that they needed but a lot of one of the things I've been doing and I've posted many of the briefs on my website at Sydney pal dot com with the exhibits so people can see the altered three oh two at least to the extent we have it because the we still don't have the original three oh two Mr van cracked the prosecutor says it's not quote in his possession and quote which means that somewhere in the government but not in his back pocket and the judge just said oh well things happen you know it reminds me of and by the way I want to like I forgot to mention and I didn't know if you're officially are you officially lieutenant general Flynn's attorney at this point yes I've been in okay councils since June nothing okay I just wanted to make sure that so this is good so they eat they you are fighting for him as someone should and but because the media is so biased and so tainted and general Flynn number one was an ally of trump number two he doesn't fit the narrative the media doesn't care if if a hard working businessman or a decorated a member of the military is getting railroaded no different than setting up a kid in the ghetto by planting drugs in his car exactly he was completely set up and completely framed they made up the case the foreign agent registration act alleged false statements they forced into his statement of offense are themselves faults when you compare it to the registration and the true facts and then the alleged false statements and to the FBI that the supposed actual fans are not supported by the agents notes or the even the three oh two which was materially altered but we've gotten no traction with judge Sullivan on these issues even though he was the judge who lauded in license to lie in fact I've called in the judicial hero of license the license twenty thirteen I noticed that he would judge so you know when I stopped when I read conviction machine I just finished the other day and I write I said you know when this started of Solomon was a hero I'm I think it is this a different Sullivan may because that's a pretty common name is the same judge but unfortunately it feels like a very different judge Sullivan I mean he slammed us in nineteen ninety two page decision denying us even the original three oh two nine nothing document we know exists and the department of justice dated January thirty twenty seventeen while general Flynn was still in the White House that completely exonerates him of all things Russia he did not us all evidence of the briefings the general Flynn gave on all his foreign contacts to the defense intelligence agency with whom he was still working even after he quote officially left the agency and for judge someone to do that it's absolutely inexplicable I mean he bragged on him for years as being the Brady judge and he had a breakout were entered in this case that he should have been forced to surrender does Brady order absolutely meaningless if you don't enforce it you might as well not happen will be I will be back in a moment can you say one more segment here I'd love to well wrap up with some of your suggestions on how we can take some of the power away from prosecutors can we do that I'd be glad to okay we'll be back with city towel on the Rush Limbaugh show right after this you're listening to the EIB network.

Mike Mister Scott Limbaugh clay producer
"silver glade" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

14:16 min | 1 year ago

"silver glade" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Very very very happy one and all know you might not be celebrating the a lot of Irish pubs and restaurants are offering take out anything cabbage or if you'd like you don't exactly that's why people drink so much beer and whiskeys numb the taste of the food either way ago and patronize those restaurants get the order to go go home and you enjoy yourself because that nothing's going to get us down during this crisis I coming up in the next hour nan Hayworth joins us former congresswoman and a medical doctor also interment Kerr the former U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York in the five o'clock hour talk about the Muller investigation and the fact that does some of those indictments were dropped very quietly by the justice department those indictments against some Russians and also we'll check in with immigrant kind of public schools find out what you should be doing with regard to getting your kids instructions at home all that coming up right now a real fan favorite whenever we speak with Sidney Powell I get such a huge reaction and rightly so always has been that way but since you took up the case of one lieutenant general Mike Flynn adds even doubled so city Paul thanks for joining us today thank you for having me where it's always a pleasure where do we begin you've got a brand new book out today it's called conviction machine standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse you wrote it with your co author Harvey a silver glade and I think I want to start there I do want to get an update on the Flynn case because we start with your book because it's so important sure yeah Harvey road three felonies a day probably about the same time I wrote licensed ally and we didn't know each other and then when you started this project he called me to ask if I would join him and that's not the tech yeah makes the ultimate fans because we need to start composing some solutions for the things we know are wrong in our criminal justice system that could be easily fixed and the plan K. actually kind of demonstrates everything that's wrong with our criminal justice system from the fact of such a crushing machine that innocent people will be led to plead guilty or forced to plead guilty to the F. B. I. agents not recording interviews and making up statements that somebody didn't say yeah and then and then losing the written documentation that support what they claim that person said which brings us back to the story right it cannot be lost if the three oh two is put in the Sentinel system and that would have been on it cannot be lost and if it was destroyed there is a lot like tronic trail of how that was done so they've just been sitting on it or somebody affirmatively destroyed it in which case that I mean that should be obstruction of justice white again again regarding diving you back into the Flynn case but I do want to focus on the book for a moment what I love about it is first of all it's a very quick and easy read I like that you also have action items for criminal justice reform real criminal justice reform not just emptying out prisons and I want to get to that as well as all the sources I mean this is really well sourced really well annotated there's great footnotes let's go to the the central premise here you hear legal analyst on cable news and broadcast news throwing out this statement all the time that a federal prosecutor with the grand jury can indict a ham sandwich and everyone chuckles and moves on but hold on that's an incredible acknowledgment of abuse of power is it not so yes it is and it's happened multiple times in the Muller investigation I'm sure N. deal speak to that later but one of them is the Russian troll farm case that they just moved to dismiss the indictment against Concord the company that showed up to contest the charges and the case was concocted from the beginning just like the Flynn case was it was smoke tied with bailing wire you could tell by reading the indictment there is no crime alleged but the judge didn't have the fortitude to throw it out and not uncle incidently probably she is the wife of Matthew Friedrich is one of the lead Billington licensed ally and a good friend of Andrew Weissmann I Andrew Weissmann of course was the the chief lead prosecutor investigator in the Muller investigation now an MSNBC contributor and yet he's pretty much the star of your book license the line yeah I'm in you you have a great chapter here that I I want to skip forward to and that is where have all the judges gone because judges have a huge role in this white why don't they assert their authority more in court why did they dispersed soul much to federal prosecutors I wish I knew the real answer to that one judge friend told me that every District Court judge sees himself as an appellate judge and every appellate judge sees himself as being on the print court and that doesn't happen without the approval of the department of justice yeah and it is it is it really just for their political ambitions that is going to run the federal or you think you've got your next step or no I don't really think that I think a lot of it has to do with the tendency just to put far too much trust in the government officials to appear before the court it used to be at least when I was practicing in regularly and and central court in the western district of Texas I mean my my judges I used to call my judges need me and I knew I would sooner stick a sharp stick in Montana would tell them anything that wasn't right including sometimes reining them in because we had some judges that were far too pro government and they would do things that were wrong but apparently prosecutors don't look at it that way anymore they don't seek justice they seek convictions which is exactly the opposite of what they're supposed to do and the judges have just been either walled into this false sense of belief or not paying enough attention or just in their own biases and of course people don't like to reverse criminal convictions because they assume people are guilty but that far more innocent people are being convicted then should be no innocent person should be convicted and it's happening on a fairly regular basis thank you city PA one of the challenges in this topic is that you know I consider myself a political conservative a philosophical conservatives so I and and get conservatives tend to be a little bit more law and order you know they they they they tend to lean more towards the police certainly the local police and and support our police and support prosecutors on a local basis so we need to sort of set that aside when we look at what the federal government is doing through the justice department and there is a distinction there is they're not yeah there is an inherent part of the problem is nobody wants to believe that a police officer sitting on the witness stand line nobody wants to believe that nobody wants to believe that an FBI agent is sitting on the witness stand line but unfortunately they do and that's why we suggest that they be required to record all interviews and that any interview be warned and and recorded preferably on video before any false statement allegation can be made as a result of what happened in that interview because even the well and even the most well intentioned people might hear something differently than the person meant it and it certainly gets written down differently than somebody mentioned just think about intonation how important information is just one word really can be a question or an affirmative declaration yeah yep that's true I've learned in in this business even when you say what you know you said and what you meant when you say it it's what people here that matters more than certainly that would be the case would have said investigator giving interview right and it's just not fair to people to accuse them of false statements when they don't even they didn't even make the statement right and there's no record of it other than what somebody who is already in a minute liar has has said about it it is you know I there's another trope that we hear all the time which is you know the federal federal prosecutors will not bring an indictment and less they're sure they can get a conviction they have this huge incredible conviction right well there's a reason for that right it has to do with the jury system it has to do with grand juries it has to do with the way they as you put it back indictments are stacked charges explain that to me well they can there so many federal offenses now that you can pile on multiple charges against somebody for one of sensually amounts to one of fancy and that forces innocent people to plead guilty because they're looking at twenty twenty five years in prison for something insignificant but it's blown out of proportion by virtue of the sentencing guidelines and the stacked on charges the Merrill Lynch defendants in license to life the government is trying to blame them for forty two million dollar loss to Enron when Enron had made millions of dollars on the deal I forgot how many millions but it was a profitable transaction and they they just twist things and that was the same characters that are involved in the molar pro primarily Andrew Weissman and so we have this whole host of people who end up pleading guilty because they're facing such an up hill climb just to defend themselves and also that also brings us to the concerned about many of these juries where they don't feel like they're getting a fair jury pool here certainly here in Washington DC right now they're gonna have to be more changements made for people to get trials in places that are not obviously prejudiced no and none of the Enron defendant should have been tried in Houston and then she went to the Supreme Court and the only I think only three judges recognize that principle boasting a justice center my or and Ginsburg and I forgot who the third one was but there was such rancor I mean abject **** in Houston that nobody related to the Enron case could get a fair trial in Houston that was obvious to anybody that was willing to look at the truth of the matter and what the judge says can't overcome that deep level of betrayal and violation that everyone that sent on that jury felt and has a hundred and ten count indictment nobody can defend against a hundred and ten count indictment the book is called conviction machines standing up to federal prosecutorial abuse the author one of the authors is Sidney Powell who were speaking with now her co author is hardly a silver glade our justice department are prosecutors judged and thereby rewarded over the course of their career based on their number of convictions and is that a problem as well yes apparently that is more true than it ever was when I was in the department of justice or the U. S. attorneys offices yeah all the prosecutors unlicensed ally got the attorney general's award for excellence and then came to run most of the Obama administration has longest serving White House counsel Weiss McCain deputy director general counsel of the FBI Lisa Monaco became this ticket counter terrorism adviser Leslie Caldwell came back in the DOJ for Loretta Lynch and brought Andrew Weissmann back in winter they just cycle yeah and they all got the attorney general's award for excellence when every case they actually took the trial was reversed on appeal in whole or in part Anderson was reversed unanimously by the Supreme Court after the company eighty five thousand jobs were destroyed for absolutely nothing except their power play and now they get promoted and rewarded right I think that it did most people hearing that's in the process okay are they going to face disciplinary action if not if not criminal actions because it's an abuse of the federal justice system and and the justice department's power but instead they forget about any repercussions they were rewarded for it and continue to be rewarded for it exactly and and that's I think that's what frustrates people in the latest incidents of this is what's continuing to go on with the investigation of James Comey and the FBI and the justice department under Loretta Lynch during the Obama administration that you are now wrapped up in in your defense of lieutenant general Mike Flynn will we ever see anybody actually odd odd pay a price for their what appears certainly to be abused by we know they falsified FISA warrants why is there not somebody right now facing criminal charges for that I wish I knew the answer to that Larry because I think what they did is obstruction of justice and making false statements to court is completely unacceptable it's just a total violation of everything they're supposed to do and it does does amount to obstruction of justice one of the through lines here in this book seems to keep coming back to this thing called the Brady rule briefly because you're you're facing that right now with with my client wanted to briefly explain what the Brady will rule is and how it plays into your book conviction machine Sidney Powell it comes from a Supreme Court case Brady versus Maryland which held that because the prosecutors hold all the cards they have a constitutional legal and ethical obligation to provide the evidence to the defense is favorable to the defense or mitigate punishment or impeach is any of the government's witnesses that's hugely important because the defendant does not know what the defendant does not know we've seen that practiced in breach more than being produced to defendants it happens all the time it's been a huge problem in the Flynn case despite judge Sullivan's ninety two page order to the contrary for example we know from a summary given to us by the prosecutors that there was a DOJ memo dated January thirtieth twenty seventeen while Flynn was still in the White House completely exonerating him of anything Russia related and so that's that's sort of what you're facing now city PA with regard I this is so maddening because any of us we don't have law degrees right we don't practice law we're not federal prosecutors are defenders but we know that you have a right if you're the defendant to see all the evidence that the.

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"Another one yesterday two does he's out there and he starts talking and sure enough stupid comes out because that's how that works lunch bucket Joe yesterday corporate profit has been up over exponentially X. but dead last ten years would not terrible at the limits the last ten years isn't that Obama in that bomb a land and that where Obama less than that it's the corporate profits have been up X. exponentially are they are they going on expedition of corporate profit has been up exponentially as X. PO nine Chile exponentially not exponentially was that the new Ford SUV the exponential one of the truck get Jeff now president trump yesterday had a gaffe had a gaffe he said the building along a wall along Colorado where is that I've got that here somewhere and the news media immediately pounced on that of course there are thousands stories on that big because well trump said it and and it was a slip and it was wrong but it proves that I think it's impeachable is not I think money said there was a wall log Colorado that that that's an impeachable offense I think it's pretty clear if that's not an impeachable offense than what is an impeachable offense who who doesn't want to know that very upset president trump said the U. S. building a wall in Colorado CNN has multiple headlines everybody's got the headlines trump says U. S. building a wall in Colorado in there I love this you have a lot of these things during a speech at American energy and Pittsburgh president trump claimed the US is building a wall in Colorado a statement doesn't border Mexico but you know another state that doesn't border Mexico is Maryland yet we still had a weapon illegal aliens for arrested for raping women in one month and little girls in one month and that's not a border state either CNN should do a story on that I don't think they ever did that story today fox news to the store and Montgomery County Maryland with all of the illegal alien rapist being rounded up in one month child rapist serial child rapist illegal aliens all over the place falling out of the trees and and the Montgomery County they refused to cooperate with ice and all that good stuff speaking of which there are a couple of stories having to do with that with all of that because the the people at Harvard this is this is wonderful Harvard I think Barack Obama went to school there deadening they they learn to hate America I think you learn to hate America he went to several places he's got advanced degrees and hating America and everything we represent and white people it was that we got this Democrat member of Congress there is a Democrat member of Congress Jackie spear spears spire California she was railing on about the storming of the Bastille yesterday on Capitol Hill with the you know the Republicans were the ladders and grappling hooks climbing over the walls getting and Adam ships little script and secure facility and bringing phones no you brought phones you can bring phones because in secret and the media they like secret say the media their anti openness and transparency is what's happened to our media if the Democrats say these are not the droids you're looking for you don't want government transparency they say like the zombies that they are we don't want government transparency and and they stick to that because you know it's like they've glued themselves to planes or select environmental protesters beau as anybody experienced a flash drought I got up this morning I got up this morning and I noticed there was a flash drive okay under way I did I did I was talking yesterday about the flash drought this is a new left wing term slash drought I think that means that it's not raining that must be what it meant it is currently not rating there is a flash drought in progress okay here's the a story out of the Harvard the Harvard University Harvard College sure like he went to Harvard sure our students triggered by like this headline best from the Boston Herald hits the Boston Herald Harvard students triggered after newspaper asks ice for comment this is great stuff listed out on democratic they are how fascists there the little fascists and the Harvard yard marching up and down the art free speech advocates are questioning the value of a Harvard education after students after a student anti ice protesters apparently on school in the basic tenets of journalism and the first amendment erupted in Ivy League outrage when the campus newspaper asked U. S. immigration and customs enforcement for a comment that's what set off it triggered them because their little fascists they should wear arm bands there should be wearing you honestly they should be goose stepping all over Harvard yard they don't deserve to be at Harvard Cambridge civil rights attorney Harvey silver glade's silver glade not even sober gates over a great set it's something you'd expect from someone totally on educated is it not no it's not actually see you got that backwards he got that completely backwards that's the problem this is one of the problems we're confronting and I heard these children what his his little behind the curve here it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated it's actually someone something you'd expect from someone who went to Harvard to trample free speech the first Mattel not understand free speech rights McGill a gorilla you know Cuomo Fred Cuomo he tweeted out that the constitution doesn't protect hate speech Hey failed to define what hate speeches but this is how dumb they are this is these by your dumb and corrupt and really dangerous it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated opposite of the truth but for the students to be questioning the way the crimson that's that paper everybody in Boston knows the Harvard paper the Harvard crimson has gone about its reporting is shocking and depressing the Crimson Harvard student newspaper covered a student rally in September that called for abolishing ice the call for abolishing ice I have a little update on that following the Harvard the rally in Harvard yard crimson reporters reached out to ice for response campus groups are now boycotting their own campus newspaper the crimson and not speaking to the student newspaper there Maoists there right giving him the old Maoists silent treatment this was the wrong call reads a petition against the newspaper we're extremely disappointed in the cultural insensitivity displayed by the crimson's policy to reach out to ice in this political climate you're the disease in the political climate right I am the cure that's a like a what's his name you know rocky Balboa I think that's a we have called I think was co Brea wrestle dusters to learn you're the disease I'm the cure in this political climate our request for comment is virtually the same as shipping them off regardless of how they are contacted the petitioners did not respond to requests for comment from The Boston Globe the crimson's president managing editor in a note to readers defended the decision to contact eyes for a comment the idea that we're having this discussion in America is makes me want to projectile vomit on someone's head reporters did not provide the names or immigration statuses of people at the rally and they did not give an advance heads up to ice about the protests they noted you know who who cares you you had an idiot rally of people supporting no country no borders Harvard brats who will come out dumber than when they went in and checked this morning it reminded me this morning we're watching a little a CNN my best girl and I and it was just so full of mental illness that I I was shaking my head and I said to my best girl but now my bride I said I still my best girl I said you know after an hour of CNN you're dumber than you were when you started if you understand and for a whole day you'd be a whole lot dumber than you were the day before it's it's extraordinary how dumb CNN as and pretty much everything they say on CNN is just just X. running at stake here we believe is one of the core tenants that divide defines America's free and independent press the right and provocative of reporters to contact any person or organization relevant to a start you know I mean honestly again it's Harvard the fact that your even discussing this means that you've become a third world haven and a deteriorating country and is deteriorating because of the education that they dole out at Harvard to a very large extent you know you know how many of these idiots in Washington went to Harvard for one or another of their degrees Harvard crimson censured after asking I used to comment for protest article Yahoo news more than six hundred fifty people have signed a petition condemning the Harvard crimson's coverage of an on going campus protests demanding the abolition of the United States immigration and customs enforcement I want to a better abolish the Democrat party because they lynched all those black people and they had Jim crow and they stood in school house doors and Jefferson Davis of the confederacy was a Democrat you what is it America's oldest hate group is called the Democratic Party just by the way the Crimson reached out eyes for comment on September thirteenth in a story about a protest which was led by student run immigration advocacy group they're not immigration at their illegal immigration advocacy group that's like saying you're a pharmaceutical advocate when really you're advocating street heroin right it's a it's a different thing altogether now also another ID league school the university of Pennsylvania are you probably know who Tom Holman is right he was the the director of ice immigration customs enforcement appears on the fox news channel for about from time to time student protester here does B. four former ice director speaks Pam shuts down event citing loud student chance student protesters clashed with an event organizer prior to the start of the event at the world house while other organizer's chanted and held up signs outside the event that Tom Holman today he was he was talking about this that is inside the thing and I watched her and they just yelled and dumb opens up there smiling and laughing at the the the I mean honestly it's once again kill the picky eaters had who have it wherever has the conscientious of talk it's lord of the flies at Ivy League schools all over America and these people are dangerous morons and we're launching them of course there I assume they're all gonna get jobs with the the Ukrainian gas companies or something when they got out of when they got out of school seems to be the trend no I also think Michael and I were discussing earlier president trump should get one of his sons fifty thousand dollar a month job with the Ukrainian gas company for not for a no show job you know he didn't have to go to your credit but president trump I think Eric should come out and announce that he's got a job on the board of the Ukrainian gas company and watch the news media soil their undergarments again.

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"Joke Los Alamos lost lost Los Alamos most it gets a lot of things wrong but it's come out of the research university he won't Los Alamos or whether it's any other place in the country Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Alice most that's the Australian version was Alice most springs or something Las Alice knows I know a lot of things I don't know where that is we're is loss Alice most what is it had another one yet another one yesterday two does he's out there and he starts talking and sure enough stupid comes out because that's how that works lunch bucket Joe yesterday corporate profit has been up over exponentially expert dead last ten years would not terrible at the Lucy last ten years isn't that Obama in that Obama land and that where Obama lesson and it's the corporate if it's a been up X. exponentially are they are they going on expedition corporate profit has been up over exponentially as exponentiation phone in Chile not exponentially what is that the new Ford SUV the exponential one US the truck at Jeff now president trump yesterday had a gaffe he had a gaffe he said the building a lot of wall along Colorado where is that I've got that here somewhere and the news media immediately pounced on that of course there are thousands stories on that big because well trump said it and and it was a slip it was wrong but it proves that I think it's impeachable is not I think when he said there was a wall art Colorado that that that's an impeachable offense I think it's pretty clear if that's not an impeachable offense than what is an impeachable offense who doesn't want to know that very upset president trump said the U. S. building a wall in Colorado CNN has multiple headlines everybody's got the headlines trump says US building a wall in Colorado in there I love this year they have a lot of these things during a speech on American energy and Pittsburgh president trump claimed the U. S. is building a wall in Colorado a state that doesn't border Mexico but you know another state that does water Mexico is Maryland yet we still had eleven illegal aliens for arrested for raping women in one month and little girls in one month and that's not a border state either CNN should do a story on that I don't think they ever did that story today fox news to the store in Montgomery County Maryland with all of the illegal alien rapist being rounded up in one month child rapist serial child rapist illegal aliens all over the place falling out of trees and and the Montgomery County they refused to cooperate with ice and all that good stuff of which there a couple of stories having to do with with all of that because the the people at Harvard this is this is wonderful Harvard I think Barack Obama went to school there didn't they they learn to hate America I think you learn to hate America he went to several places he's got advanced degrees and hating America and everything we represent and white people does that we got this Democrat member country there's a Democrat member of Congress Jackie spear spear spire California she was railing on about the storming of the Bastille yesterday on Capitol Hill with the you know the Republicans with ladders and grappling hooks climbing over the walls getting and Adam Schiff little stir and best care facility and bringing phones no you brought phones you can bring phones because it's secret and the media they like secret see the media their anti openness and transferred this is what's happened to our media if the Democrats say these are not the droids you're looking for you don't want government transparency they say like the zombies that they are we don't want government transparency and and they stick to that because you know it's like they've glued themselves to planes or select environmental protesters as anybody experienced a flash drought I got up this morning I got up this morning and I noticed there was a flash droughts under way I did I did I was talking yesterday about the flash drought this is a new left wing term flash drought I think that means that it's not raining that must be what it meant it is currently not raining there is a flash drought in progress okay here's the a story out of the Harvard the Harvard University Harvard College sure like he went to Harvard sure our students triggered my Lycos headline best from the Boston Herald hits the Boston Herald Harvard students triggered after newspaper asks ice for comment this is great stuff listed out on democratic they are how fascist there the little fascists and the Harvard yard marching up and down the art free speech advocates are questioning the value of a Harvard education after students after a student anti ice protesters apparently on school in the basic tenets of journalism and the first amendment erupted in Ivy League outrage when the campus newspaper asked U. S. immigration and customs enforcement for a comment that's what set off it triggered them because their little fascist they should wear arm bands they should during you honestly that should be good stepping all over Harvard yard they don't deserve to be at Harvard Cambridge civil rights attorney Harvey silver glade's silver glade not even so to get sober great set it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated is it not no it's not actually see you got that backwards he got that completely backwards that's the problem this is one of the problems we're confronting and Harvey still relate his his little behind the curve here it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated it's actually someone something you'd expect from someone who went to Harvard to trample free speech the first man to not understand free speech rights McGill a gorilla you know Cuomo Fred Cuomo Hey tweeted out that the constitution doesn't protect hate speech they failed to define what hate speeches but this is how dumb they are this is this better Dublin corrupt and really dangerous it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated opposite of the truth but for the students to be questioning the way the crimson that's the paper everybody in Boston knows the Harvard paper the Harvard crimson has gone about its reporting is shocking and depressing the Crimson Harvard student newspaper covered a student rally in September that called for abolishing ice the call for abolishing ice I've a little update on that following a Harvard the rally in Harvard yard crimson reporters reached out to ice for response campus groups are now boycotting their own campus newspaper the crimson and not speaking to the student newspaper there my Westchester right giving him the old my west silent treatment this was the wrong call reads a petition against the newspaper we're extremely disappointed in the cultural insensitivity displayed by the crimson's policy to reach out to ice in this political climate you're the disease in the political climate right I'm the cure that's all I got what's his name you know rocky Balboa thanks that's a we have called I think was cobra yeah wrestle Bester Stiller you're the disease on the cure in this political climate our request for comment is virtually the same as tipping them off regardless of how they are contacted the petitioners did not respond to requests for comment from The Boston Globe the crimson's president managing editor in a note to readers defended the decision to contact ice for a comment the idea that we're having this discussion in America is makes me want to projectile vomit on someone's head reporters did not provide the names or immigration status is of people at the rally and they did not give an advance heads up to ice about the protests they noted you know who who cares you you had an idiot rally of people supporting no country no borders Harvard brats who come out dumber than when they went in and checked this morning it reminded me this morning we're watching a little a CNN my best Kronos and it was just so full of mental illness that I I was shaking my head and I said to my best go but now my bride I said I still my best go I said you know after an hour of CNN you're dumber than you were when you started if you watch CNN for a whole day you'd be a whole lot dumber than you were the day before it's it's extraordinary how dumb C. N. N. as and pretty much everything they say on CNN is just a just extra at stake here we believe is one of the core tenants that divide defines America's free and independent press the right and provocative of reporters to contact any person or organization relevant to a start you know I mean honestly again it's Harvard the fact that your even discussing this means that you've become a third world haven and a deteriorating country and is that your reading because of the education that they dole out at Harvard to a very large extent you know you know how many of these idiots in Washington went to Harvard for one or another of their degrees Harvard crimson censured after asking I used to comment for protest article Yahoo news more than six hundred fifty people have signed a petition condemning the Harvard crimson's coverage of an on going campus protests demanding the abolition of the United States immigration and customs enforcement I want to a better abolish the Democrat party because they lynched all those black people and they had Jim crow and they stood in school house doors and Jefferson Davis of the confederacy was a Democrat you are the the America's oldest hate group is called the Democratic Party just by the way the Crimson reached out ice for comment on September thirteenth on a story about a protest which was led by student run immigration advocacy group they're not immigration at their illegal immigration advocacy group that's like saying you're a pharmaceutical advocate when really you're advocating street heroin right it's a it's a different thing altogether now also another I. D. league school the university of Pennsylvania you probably know who Tom Holman is right he was the the director of ice immigration customs enforcement appears on the fox news channel for about from time to time student protester here does B. four former ice director speaks Pam shuts down event citing loud student chance student protesters clashed with an event organizer prior to the start of the event at the world house while other organizer's chanted and held up signs outside the event that Tom Holman today he was he was talking about this that is inside the thing in there watching her and they just yelled at the moment said there smiling and laughing at the that I mean honestly it's once again kill the piggy eat it's had who have it wherever has the conscientious of talk it's lord of the flies at ivy league schools all over America and these people are dangerous morons and were launching them of course there I assume they're all gonna get jobs with the the Ukrainian gas companies or something when they got out of when they got a school seems to be the trend no I also think Michael and I were discussing earlier president trump should get one of his sons fifty thousand dollar a month job with the Ukrainian gas company for not for a no show job you know you don't.

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"Talking and sure enough stupid comes out because that's how that works lunch bucket Joe yesterday corporate profit has been up over exponentially X. but dead last ten years would not terrible at the limits the last ten years isn't that Obama in that bomb a land and that where Obama lesson and it's the corporate profits have been up X. exponentially are they are they going on expedition of corporate profit has been up over exponentially as exponentiation exponentially not exponentially what is that the new Ford SUV the exponential one US the truck get Jeff now president trump yesterday had a gaffe had a gaffe he said the building a little wall along Colorado where is that I've got that here somewhere and the news media immediately pounced on that of course there are thousands stories on that big because well trump said it and and it was I'll slip and it was wrong but it proves that I think it's impeachable is not I think money said there was a wall art Colorado that that that's an impeachable offense I think it's pretty clear if that's not an impeachable offense than what is an impeachable offense who who doesn't want to know that very upset president trump said the U. S. building a wall in Colorado CNN has multiple headlines everybody's got the headlines trump says U. S. building a wall in Colorado in there I love this you have a lot of these things during a speech on American energy in Pittsburgh president trump claimed the US is building a wall in Colorado a state that doesn't border Mexico but you know another state that doesn't border Mexico is Maryland yet we still had a Levin illegal aliens for arrested for raping women in one month and little girls in one month and that's not a border state either CNN should do a story on that I don't think they ever did that story today fox news to the store in Montgomery County Maryland with all of the illegal alien rapist being rounded up in one month child rape and serial child rapist illegal aliens all over the place falling out of the trees and and the Montgomery County they refused to cooperate with ice and all that good stuff of which there are a couple of stories having to do with with all of that because the the people at Harvard this is this is wonderful Harvard I think Barack Obama went to school there deadening they they learn to hate America I think you learn to hate America he went to several places he's got advanced degrees and hating America and everything we represent and white people who it was that we got this Democrat member of Congress there's a Democrat member of Congress Jackie spear spears spire California she was rambling on about the storming of the Bastille yesterday on Capitol Hill with the you know the Republicans with ladders and grappling hooks climbing over the walls getting and Adam Schiff little stir and secure facility and bringing phones no you brought phones you can bring phones because in secret and the media they like secret say the media their anti openness and transparency is what's happened to our media if the Democrats say these are not the droids you're looking for you don't want government transparency they say like the zombies that they are we don't want government transparency and and they stick to that because you know it's like they've glued themselves to planes or select environmental protesters as anybody experienced a flash drought I got up this morning I got up this morning and I noticed there was a flash drive okay under way I did I did I was talking yesterday about the flash drought this is a new left wing term slash drought I think that means that it's not raining that must be what it meant it is currently not rating there is a flash drought in progress okay here is the S. very out of the Harvard the Harvard University Harvard College sure like he went to Harvard sure you are students triggered by like this headline best from the Boston Herald it's the Boston Herald Harvard students triggered after newspaper asks ice for comment this is great stuff listed out on democratic they are how fascists there the little fascists and the Harvard yard marching up and down the art free speech advocates are questioning the value of a Harvard education after students after as student anti ice protesters apparently on school in the basic tenets of journalism and the first amendment erupted in Ivy League outrage when the campus newspaper asked U. S. immigration and customs enforcement for a comment that's what set off it triggered them because they're a little fascist they should wear arm bands there should be wearing you honestly they should be goose stepping all over Harvard yard they don't deserve to be at Harvard Cambridge civil rights attorney Harvey silver glade's silver glade not even silver gates over a great set it's something you'd expect from someone totally on educated is it not no it's not actually see you got that backwards he got that completely backwards that's the problem this is one of the problems we're confronting and heard these children what his his little behind the curve here it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated it's actually someone something you'd expect from someone who went to Harvard to trample free speech the first Mattel not understand free speech rights McGill a gorilla you know Cuomo Fred Cuomo he tweeted out that the constitution doesn't protect hate speech Hey failed to define what hate speeches but this is how dumb they are this is these are dumb and corrupt and really dangerous it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated opposite of the truth but for the students to be questioning the way the crimson that's the paper everybody in Boston knows the Harvard paper the Harvard crimson has gone about its reporting is shocking and depressing the Crimson Harvard student newspaper covered a student rally in September that called for abolishing ice the call for abolishing ice I have a little update on that following the Harvard the rally in Harvard yard crimson reporters reached out to ice for response campus groups are now boycotting their own campus newspaper the crimson and not speaking to the student newspaper there my which there are giving him the old Maoists silent treatment this was the wrong call reads a petition against the newspaper we're extremely disappointed in the cultural insensitivity displayed by the crimson's policy to reach out to ice in this political climate you're the disease in the political climate right I'm the cure that's a like a what's his name you know rocky Balboa thank that's a we are called I think was co Brea wrestle Vester Stiller you're the disease I'm the cure in this political climate our request for comment is virtually the same as shipping them off regardless of how they are contacted the petitioners did not respond to requests for comment from The Boston Globe the crimson's president managing editor in a note to readers defended the decision to contact eyes for a comment the idea that we're having this discussion in America is makes me want to projectile vomit on someone's head reporters did not provide the names or immigration statuses of people at the rally and they did not give an advance heads up to ice about the protest today noted you know who who cares you you had an idiot rally of people supporting no country no borders Harvard brats who will come out dumber than when they went in and checked this morning it reminded me this morning we're watching a little a CNN my best Kronos and it was just so full of mental illness that I I was shaking my head and I said to my best girl but now my bride I said I still my best girl I said you know after an hour of CNN you're dumber than you were when you started if you watch CNN for a whole day you'd be a whole lot dumber than you were the day before it's it's extraordinary how dumb CNN as and pretty much everything they say on CNN is just just X. running at stake here we believe is one of the core tenants that divide defines America's free and independent press the right and Perot get of of reporters to contact any person or organization relevant to a start you know I mean honestly again it's Harvard the fact that your even discussing this means that you've become a third world haven and a deteriorating country and is deteriorating because of the education that they dole out at Harvard to a very large extent yeah you know how many of these idiots in Washington went to Harvard for one or another of their degrees Harvard crimson censured after asking I used to comment for protest article Yahoo news more than six hundred fifty people have signed a petition condemning the Harvard crimson coverage of an on going campus protests demanding the abolition of the United States immigration and customs enforcement I want to a better abolish the Democrat party because they lynched all those black people and they had Jim crow and they stood in school house doors and Jefferson Davis of the confederacy was a Democrat you went to the America's oldest hate group is called the Democratic Party just by the way the Crimson reached out eyes for a comment on September thirteenth on a story about a protest which was led by student run immigration advocacy group they're not immigration at their illegal immigration advocacy group that's like saying you're a pharmaceutical advocate when really you're advocating street heroin right it's a it's a different thing altogether now also another ivy league school the university of Pennsylvania are you probably know who Tom Holman is right he was the the director of ice immigration customs enforcement appears on the fox news channel for about from time to time student protester here does B. four former ice director speaks Pam shuts down event citing loud student chance student protesters clashed with an event organizer prior to the start of the event at the world house while other organizer's chanted and held up signs outside the event that Tom Holman today he was he was talking about this that is inside the thing and I watched her and they just yelled and come home and sit there smiling and laughing at the that I mean honestly it's once again kill the piggy it's had who have it were ever has the conscientious of talk it's lord of the flies at ivy league schools all over America and these people are dangerous morons and we're launching them of course you know I assume they're all gonna get jobs with the the Ukrainian gas companies or something when they got out of when they got a school seems to be the trend no I also think Michael and I were discussing earlier president trump should get one of his sons fifty thousand dollar a month job with the Ukrainian gas company for not for a no show job you know he didn't have to go to your credit but president trump I think Eric should come out announced that he's got a job on the board of the Ukrainian gas company and watch the news media soil their undergarments again not the amazing so Perry world house abruptly ended a scheduled event Wednesday on immigration policy and escorted guests off the stage after that may have and the anarchy and that once again I be league school no free speech no reason no rational thought rule of the mob it's a lynching all right there lynching people all over the place like the Democrats have a long history of doing and they hate free speech they don't do free speech they have contempt for free speech because they're extremely corrupt you know whether crept because they're lefties all lefties are corrupt I that's just a role for living just go with that there might be a rare exception but I doubt it I think that is over not not a liberal a liberal there's some liberals left are completely insane but they're really being dragged out to crazy land now Tom Holman he he pointed out that one of the morons in front of the Saudi league school at university of Pennsylvania had a sign that said abolish ice about sharks the word abolish was misspelled they spelled abolish wrong on their sign university of Pennsylvania bring your children home.

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"Talking and sure enough stupid comes out because that's how that works lunch bucket Joe yesterday will corporate profit has been up over exponentially expert dead last ten years wow it not terrible at the limits the last ten years isn't that Obama in that Obama land and that where Obama less than and it's the corporate profits have been up X. exponentially are they are they going on expedition of corporate profit has been up exponentially as exponentiation exponentially not exponentially what is that the new Ford SUV the exponential one US the truck get Jeff now president trump yesterday had a gaffe had a gaffe he said the building along a wall along Colorado where is that I've got that here somewhere and the news media minute Lee pounced on that of course there are thousands stories on that big because well trump said it and and it was a slip and it was wrong but it proves that I think it's impeachable is not I think money said there was a wall art Colorado that that that's an impeachable offense I think it's pretty clear if that's not an impeachable offense than what is an impeachable offense who doesn't want to know that very upset president trump said the U. S. building a wall in Colorado CNN has multiple headlines everybody's got the headlines trump says U. S. building a wall in Colorado in there I love this you have a lot of these things during a speech on American energy in Pittsburgh president trump claimed the U. S. is building a wall in Colorado a state that doesn't border Mexico but you know another state that doesn't border Mexico is Maryland yet we still had a Levin illegal aliens for arrested for raping women in one month and little girls in one month and that's not a border state either CNN should do a story on that I don't think they ever did that story today fox news to the store in Montgomery County Maryland with all of the illegal alien rape as being rounded up in one month child rapist serial child rapist illegal aliens all over the place falling out of the trees and and the Montgomery County they refused to cooperate with ice and all that good stuff of which there are a couple of stories having to do with with all of that because the the people at Harvard this is this is wonderful Harvard I think Barack Obama went to school there deadening they they learned to hate America I think you learn to hate America he went to several places he's got advanced degrees and hating America and everything we represent and white people who it was that we got this Democrat member of Congress there's a Democrat member of Congress Jackie spear spears spire California she was rambling on about the storming of the Bastille yesterday on Capitol Hill with the you know the Republicans with ladders and grappling hooks climbing over the walls getting and Adam Schiff little script and a secure facility and bringing phones no you brought phones you can bring phones because in secret and the media they like secret say the media their anti openness and transparency is what's happened to our media if the Democrats say these are not the droids you're looking for you don't want government transparency they say like the zombies that they are we don't want government transparency and and they stick to that because you know it's like they've glued themselves to planes or select environmental protesters but as anybody experienced a flash drought I got up this morning I got up this morning and I noticed there was a flash drought under way I did I did I was talking yesterday about the flash drought this is a new left wing term flash drought I think that means that it's not raining that must be what it meant it is currently not rating there is a flash drought in progress okay here is the a story out of the Harvard the Harvard University Harvard College sure like he went to Harvard sure our Harvard students triggered by like a sideline best from the Boston Herald it's the Boston Herald Harvard students triggered after newspaper asks ice for comment this is great stuff listed out on democratic they are how fascists there the little fascists and the Harvard yard marching up and down the art free speech advocates are questioning the value of a Harvard education after students after a student anti ice protesters apparently on school in the basic tenets of journalism and the first amendment erupted in Ivy League outrage when the campus newspaper asked U. S. immigration and customs enforcement for a comment that's what set off it triggered them because their little fascists they should wear arm bands they should be wearing you honestly they should be goose stepping all over Harvard yard they don't deserve to be at Harvard Cambridge civil rights attorney Harvey silver glade's silver glade not even still to get sober great set it's something you'd expect from someone totally on educated is it not no it's not actually see you got that backwards he got that completely backwards that's the problem this is one of the problems we're confronting and heard these children let his his little behind the curve here it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated it's actually someone something you'd expect from someone who went to Harvard to trample free speech the first Mattel not understand free speech rights McGill a gorilla you know Cuomo freight Cuomo he tweeted out that the constitution doesn't protect hate speech Hey failed to define what hate speeches but this is how dumb they are this is these by your dumb and corrupt and really dangerous it's something you'd expect from someone totally uneducated opposite of the truth but for the students to be questioning the way the crimson that's the paper everybody in Boston knows the Harvard paper the Harvard crimson has gone about its reporting is shocking and depressing the Crimson Harvard student newspaper covered a student rally in September that called for abolishing ice the call for abolishing eyes I have a little update on that following the Harvard the rally in Harvard yard crimson reporters reached out to ice for response campus groups are now boycotting their own campus newspaper the crimson and not speaking to the student newspaper there my which there are giving him the old Maoists silent treatment this was the wrong call reads a petition against the newspaper we're extremely disappointed in the cultural insensitivity displayed by the crimson's policy to reach out to ice in this political climate you're the disease and the political climate right I am the cure that's a like a what's his name you know rocky Balboa thanks that's a we have called I think was cobra yeah wrestle Vester Stiller you're the disease on the cure in this political climate our request for comment is virtually the same as shipping them off regardless of how they are contacted the petitioners did not respond to requests for comment from The Boston Globe the crimson's president managing editor and a note to readers defended the decision to contact ice for a comment the idea that we're having this discussion in America is makes me want to projectile vomit on someone's head reporters did not provide the names or immigration statuses of people at the rally and they did not give an advance heads up to ice about the protest they noted you know who who cares you you had an idiot rally of people supporting no country no borders Harvard brats who will come out dumber than when they went in and checked this morning it reminded me this morning we're watching a little a CNN my best Kronos and it was just so full of mental illness that I I was shaking my head and I said to my best girl but now my bride I said I still my best girl I said you know after an hour of CNN you're dumber than you were when you started if you watch CNN for a whole day you'd be a whole lot dumber than you were the day before it's it's extraordinary how dumb CNN as and pretty much everything they say on CNN is just a just X. running at stake here we believe is one of the core tenants that divide defines America's free and independent press the right and provocative of reporters to contact any person or organization relevant to a start you know I mean honestly again it's Harvard the fact that your even discussing this means that you've become a third world haven and now a deteriorating country and is deteriorating because of the education that they dole out at Harvard to a very large extent you know you know how many of these idiots in Washington went to Harvard for one or another of their degrees Harvard crimson censured after asking I used to comment for protest article Yahoo news more than six hundred fifty people have signed a petition condemning the Harvard crimson's coverage of an on going campus protests demanding the abolition of the United States immigration and customs enforcement I want to a better abolish the Democrat party because they lynched all those black people and they had Jim crow and they stood in school house doors and Jefferson Davis of the confederacy was a Democrat you went to the America's oldest hate group is called the Democratic Party just by the way the Crimson reached out eyes for comment on September thirteenth on a story about a protest which was led by student run immigration advocacy group they're not immigration at their illegal immigration advocacy group that's like saying you're a pharmaceutical advocate when really you're advocating street heroin right it's a it's a different thing altogether now also another ivy league school the university of Pennsylvania you probably know who Tom Holman is right he was the the director of ice immigration customs enforcement appears on the fox news channel for about from time to time student protester here does B. four former ice director speaks Pam shuts down event citing loud student chance student protesters clashed with an event organizer prior to the start of the event at the world house while other organizer's chanted and held up signs outside the event that Tom Holman today he was he was talking about this that is inside the thing about watching her and they just yelled and come home and sit there smiling and laughing at the the the I mean honestly it's once again kill the piggy eat it's had who have it were ever has the conscientious of talk it's lord of the flies at ivy league schools all over America and these people are dangerous morons and we're launching them of course there I assume they're all gonna get jobs with the the Ukrainian gas companies or something when they got out of when they got a school seems to be the trend no I also think Michael and I were discussing earlier president trump should get one of his sons fifty thousand dollar a month job with the Ukrainian gas company for not for a no show job you know he didn't have to go to your credit but president trump I think Eric should come out and announce that he's got a job on the board of the Ukrainian gas company and watch the news media soil their undergarments again not the amazing so Perry world house abruptly ended a scheduled event Wednesday on immigration policy and escorted guests off the stage after that may have and the anarchy and that once again I be league school no free speech no reason no rational thought rule of the mob it's a lynching all right there lynching people all over the place like the Democrats have a long history of doing and they hate free speech they don't do free speech they have contempt for free speech because they're extremely corrupt you know whether crept because they're lefties all lefties are corrupt I that's just a role for living just coat that there might be a rare exception but I doubt it I think that is over not not a liberal a liberal there's some liberals left aren't completely insane but they're really being dragged out to crazy land now Tom Holman he he pointed out that one of the morons in front of this IV league school at university of Pennsylvania had a sign that said abolish ice about sharks the word abolish was misspelled they spelled abolish wrong on their sign university of Pennsylvania bring your.