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"tom fenton" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

10:29 min | 9 months ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Nineteen eighty-four is not a manual hoodie. That i'm gonna be sporting later today to keep me warm. I drive so this is the kind of stuff that will help. Support the show. If you get visit the website you'll see the shop. And i think the shop is actually over on facebook now. Hats t-shirts and their men's and women's and different sizes. And so on so here. We are in the. Us where our free speech is being a retracted. Right and over in germany. I think they're going the other direction on the free speech thing. But i'm not sure if this is free speech or free harassment. You know the There's a tradition in islam. And it's a similar to attrition. we used to have in christianity. And i don't hear it much anymore. But when i was a kid it was common to hear church bells ring and the church bells ringing was a sign that it was time to go to church right. It was a call to worship for the whole community was called to worship together right. And so when i was a kid we'd hear the church bells ring and everybody knew it sunday morning and it was time to go to or even during the week the church bells would ring for the you know the daily mass right and so the islamic culture prayer is now to be broadcast over loudspeakers in germany and no permit needed. Apparently if you wanna just go ahead and just do that. You can no permit needed as loud as you want five times a day. Breitbart listening to republic keeper. We always see people will wake up in the morning. Wake up wake up at four thirty in morning. Basically have been comatose state for thirty years and welcome to the republic keeper broadcast. My name is brian kelly. I will be your host for today's adventure broadcasting from the forest cottage lake washington. Good morning. my name is debbie from your personal. Pain-free your podcast. I really appreciate what you're doing out there. I really love your account. Do you realize that on the laptop. There is evidence that hunter. I just sit and listen to one after the other over votes. Looked somebody to call me on your show on that. This is by far by far without dispute. The biggest story in the country a turn and now republika with brian. Kelly all right and we'll just skip that music thing because everything's all kind of discombobulated but welcome back so Thanks for hanging and the those you tolerating the time and adjusting to all that this is for sure gonna be better. Even though i know the shows a little disorganized today for hanging in there with me Tom fitting if you don't who. Tom fitness i want to encourage you to follow him on twitter parlor etc Tom fitting is the guy who is the chair of judicial watch and my only criticism. Was tom fitness that. He can't seem to find anybody who can make shirt the right size for him. I think he's pretty proud of the fact that he goes to the gym. But other than that. He's doing heroes work and he filed a foia request a freedom of information lawsuit today against The department of defense and here is what he's asking for. He's asking for records about nancy. Pelosi's january eighth phone call with chairman of the joint chiefs. mark milley. nancy. Pelosi if you remember. She had a Acknowledged the call in a letter to her democratic colleagues. If you remember an in the letter she related that in her discussion with him. The same day she said quote. This morning i spoke to the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Mark milley to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike. The situation of this unhinged president could not be more dangerous than we must do everything we can to protect the american people from his unbalanced assault on our country and our democracy. So he's asking for any all records related to the phone call. And so. Tom fenton said in filing this lawsuit. He says if speaker pelosi's description of her conversation with general millions true it sets a dangerous present president and could undermine the president's role as commander in chief and the separation of powers and so. This is really important. You guys there has been a lot of call for military intervention from both sides. And i i wanna tell you. I'm not supportive of this idea from either side the call from the left or you know. I don't know what three years four years has been that the generals need to step in the generals need to relieve trump. The generals need to do it. And if you don't think that the left has been saying that you haven't been paying attention they have been talking about invoking the twenty-fifth amendment and having the support of the military to forcibly remove donald trump. That's the discussion they were having. Do you remember people talking about If trump dozen vacate the white house our military knows what to do with trespassers. I think that was joe. Biden said that right and so The talk about removing a president by force of the military on the part of the left was unacceptable. And then in the wake of the election. That i don't have any confidence in and by the way. I think that everyone whether if you think that this was the most secure election in the history of the world. And you think that everybody's all wet who thinks it wasn't you have a responsibility to say the words. I question the results of this election. And the reason you ever responsibility to say it is because it's the thing that we're told we're not allowed to say and i will not. I will not willingly live in a country where there are things that i'm not allowed to say things. I'm not allowed to think. Even if my ideas are wrong and goofy and everything else that's really Not for the government to decide. I mean i'm such a radical on this free speech thing. Think if you want to be the most disgusting racist kkk. Nazi member or the equivalent joined the nation of islam. You know which is racist and bigoted right if you wanna have the most vile disgusting ideas in the world. I think you should be allowed to have them. Ideas shouldn't be criminal even bad ideas acting on them whole nother story. But the reality is that if you don't understand that defending someone else's opportunity to have bad ideas is the very thing that allows you to make up your own mind about what you believe about the most personal issues of life things. Like what do i believe about god. Is there a god if there is who is he. What does he want me. These are the most personal questions in the world. And for you to not be able to answer those for yourself for someone else to to be telling you Now representative mo brooks Who is i think. Mo brooks is alabama republican alabama and He's making statements that i would be Careful if i'm him but here's what he says. He was asked. If when joe biden said that he didn't know he didn't aloi austin's name remember a plate yesterday. The.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"That to me as 701. 3672054 you texted to Todd 701? 2 to 68503. We'll pick a lucky winner, okay? I thought it was the time for a little bit of fun on the radio program today. And we'd get to it. We have a busy show here. Judge Janine is joining us at some point. We thought in this first segment, but maybe it's a different segment. Yeah, she's not called yet, but Judges revved up about Amy Cockney Barrett. So Look forward to a chat with her. Her book is Don't lie to me. I don't know about you. But if Judge Janine says, don't lie to me, I'm not lying new Stop trying to steal our freedom. That's the title of her book and a lot of books out right now home. My gosh, I can't keep it all straight. Want to get I got to say the Lord Dobbs book here. One of these days I find judge to mean quite attractive. Absolutely. I think it's something we should report. Just like I told him. I like she's she's hot. She is You tell your wife something woman is hot. You tell you always to say it in passing. You know, I just like that She is awesome. I love Judge Father Mackay to see unmatched God was paying particular attention that day. Here you go. Here you go. There you go. You're cleaning it up a little time. Thank you. Wait. We have Tom Fenton today on the program from a judicial Watch New York Times Best selling author. He's got another book out. Explaining how the radical left in the deep state are trying to destroy the trump presidency. Oh, I don't think that's happening. Is it know the radical left of the state? Yeah, that's far remaining conspiracy stuff. They maybe don't like it. Donald Trump. I don't think they're trying to destroy him. No. Silly talk. Um not The book is titled A Republic under Assault. So he'll join us today on the program. Steve Swan is going to be here to talk about the veterans to 2020. Meal, the seller to vets I'm afraid to ask God. About how That could possibly stay on the calendar for 2020, but we're going to find that out from a thief. On the program. Another thing about covert coming home. I got so many things have I had to go to the back burner. We'll talk with the German by the name of Gabriel Nadella's. He's a conservative activist activist. He is the author of Behind the Black Mask. Get Ready for It. My time as an anti fur activists. We were had anybody on here from Antifa before, maybe.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Run time it is so interested we get a bunch of some some great tweet you can follow me on Twitter the address at Sullivan radio Joe Torre now says trump put on blast on Twitter because you want everyone to know he can do anything he wants no matter how corrupt and there's nothing anyone can anyone can do about king Eric says pardoning him now doesn't help from three election they'll probably pardon him after the election but he just can't do it now then Tom Fenton who is the guy that runs all but but but but judicial watch Tom Fenton says Donald Trump should pardon every American caught up in Mahler's web so I don't know if these lawyers were or were not in on the mower team right now the reporting is mixed some say yes some say no but one of the names is Timothy Shea is just been appointed to be the US attorney for the district of Columbia he and bar are blood these he was bars right hand guy so it that but the hill is reporting a demo he's a withdrew from the case I don't know I don't know here's so the president having some of that in the oval office he was signing a bill to expand veterans access to careers in stem fields science technology engineering rap and of course reporters asked about the Roger stone deal here's what he had to say let's say.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"More. I think they're just going to keep getting better. Of course, they have their agenda. They have their talking points. So, but it just gets crazier. One of the things that was also clear when you look at the whole bunch the whole batch. They all hate the cops. They all hate the police. All these police problems in these big cities. It's all about that. Like the police have become the bad guys, and the criminals to get section. Eight housing and guaranteed job, right? About how we were talking about Cedric, how things change. It's crazy. Now another thing besides they all hate the cops, they all wanna pursue the wanna pursue President Trump when he's finished with his term. They all want to go after him and indict him. There was a tradition in this country. Up until the time of Obama where when a president retired the president's term was over that was that you never heard President George W Bush. I don't recall George W Bush ever being critical of Obama. And I think to a greatest, then I don't recall Bill Clinton. Really being critical of President Bush. That was always a tradition now. And it started with Obama Obama going after President Trump and that was going to happen. I said that was going to happen. Radical left people are committed. They are relentless. They have a religion they are. And they're going to go after everybody, President Trump, I could say caused it to some degree because, of course he was going after President Obama. But, but I will say this. It would have happened. Anyway. So they all want to indict and put President Trump in jail, if he doesn't win the election. And that is something that all of them also agree on, and they're always complaining about court packing, especially shoe. Senator shoe he's always talking about this. President is packing the court packing the court what he's doing is he's a pointing people that philosophically support his position because the people who elected him wanted him to do that. Now, they're saying that's bad. Roosevelt was the only guy that ever tried to pack the court by increasing the number of members and trying to put his own people on there. But this is nothing unusual every president, whether they're a liberal or conservative, put their own people on there, and look at all of these knuckleheads up on the stage, every single one of them said, we will pack the court within litmus test, you will have to support abortion, and you'll have to support radical left agenda. You have to have a litmus test. We don't care about orgin of being an original on the constitution. You have to support our religious agenda, which is the radical left now. They're not packing Chucky Schumer would say, oh, well, those knuckleheads on the stage they're packing. They're, they're just making things better for America and making things. Fair for women. They're doing good things for the children, but President Trump, he's packing. All right. We'll take a call from Carol in Baltimore Carroll. Good evening. Yes. Carol you're on the air. Mr marshall. I don't know Mr. Marshall Tom Fenton. The president. No, no. I do not. And he says, seventy three shocking I've ever heard and Sean and Frank. They didn't respond said. And three people woman name the names, I didn't have paper Brady. They conspired to. With anywhere. Conspired to remove President Trump from the. I have never heard that I have not either. And I just, you know, I know I didn't dream it. I have heard that somebody else said that they must have heard the same show you did. I guess I'm the message for Sean quarter. This is related to the fact that Tom fit in and the Judicial Watch which I'm a member of. Judicial Watch has been investigating and putting out four years, which are freedom of information. They put out more for you than any organization, the United States, three hundred ninety one of them, and they are searching for information and they have uncovered that not only did the intelligence agencies conspire with the department of Justice, Loretta Lynch, and with Obama's people, and with the FBI and Komi. Well, let me get to the finish here. Also, the State Department, and that is where this particular I think observation is coming from that the State Department was involved. Well, Obama, I think, is in it up to his big ears. Okay. I'm pretty sure, you know, because Susan Rice, Susan Rice has a national security person ambassador to the UN was all over this thing constantly. She was particularly involved with the intelligence agencies. Now, there is the UN ambassador that he had. It's a woman, I can't think of her name. But she unmasked one hundred fifty people when I say, unmasked in other words, she had the intelligence agencies listen to phone calls or check on those people suspecting that they were doing something wrong. Now, why would someone who's ambassador to the UN beyond masking, American citizens did hit that, too? And it's right. That's right. Yeah. So I can't think of her name, but she was also an ambassador, I believe Obama's in to it. Get away with it. Steny Hoyer to what degree. I don't know what is going on there. I have confidence. And I hope I'm right and Bill bar, our attorney general and the, the man that he has appointed to investigate this stuff now. Also, the solicitor general has a report coming out I understand in July. I think he is a democrat. Well he he's very limited in his thirty. So I do have confidence in Bill bar. And I think he's going to look into all of this stuff, and hopefully, it'll all start coming out when the election years here next year and they can talk all they want about collusion and Muller and everything else. They're making a big mistake, bringing Muller in believe me that is a huge mistake. I can't answer that or. How about when the Republicans start say if you're were investigating Russian interference not just collusion with the president. You your mandate was to look at Russian interference. Why didn't you check on the dossier and the Russian interference with Hillary and her financing of the dossier? And that was interference in our election by the Russians. Why didn't you check into that really start asking him questions like that? Say something I don't know what. Well, if he doesn't answer, that's an answer. Everything a really good. Democratic democrat president. Yeah. Certain Democrats had certain strengths about them. Harder. Bama, I. Carter was an idiot. Corner had no judgement whatsoever. Obama was a bright guy who was a committed ideologue, I wanted to transform America. He had an agenda. George Soros gave him a plus on his report card when he left Bill Clinton was an old fashioned politician, had some moderate tendencies, but basically was a liberal because Gingrich. He had you're right. He had some balance. He had somebody that, that was stopping from being he was being stopped from Bill Clinton being Bill Clinton. But. You know, I always Lyndon Johnson created the whole socialist movement with the great society. News. But John Kennedy had some good traits. I mean he was a more of a moderate, and it certainly on foreign policy. He was a hawk and he wanted to protect this country, and he stood up to the Soviet Union. He was in favour of tax cuts. He cut the taxes three times and the economy improve. John Kennedy would not even be allowed in the democrat party. Let alone run for president. I know. Talk to you shouldn't miss your sentence. Fitting FIT away heard him, marshawn, I think he's. Head of. No fitness ahead of Judicial Watch. I. Well, he might be the head of a certain department like he might be headed, litigation. By. I know honestly I heard that. And I heard somebody else said it I didn't hear it with Sean and Frank. But I've heard that from someone else. Should be getting investigate Cummings in his wife. Right. All the money. They're making off of their nonprofit Levin million dollars. I know you know, if nobody knows about anywhere where, you know, maybe it'll come out with this Avesta Gatien with Bill barber. Carol, thank you for calling. We're.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Happy Friday, only decided to do with all of the now that we know Muller had to correct as nine and a half minute Duboc from the other day and say, I said, just the opposite forever. Now I didn't know what I was saying. You know, wonder if he was reading somebody else's speech, one or even read it ahead of time. This is kinda stumbling over it didn't seem to be familiar with the material. Anyway. John Solomon, and Greg Jarrett, and Joe digenova Victoria, ton saying and a match slap. And Tom Fenton and everybody's going to be in a studio audience for the hour, which I think, is going to be fun. And we're looking forward to that. We will we are. There's only a small group of us that have been willing to dig in day after day after day. Way to find out the real true and accurate story about what has gone on in this country and everything that we've been reporting is true. And I don't wanna keep anybody out of it. You know, like every time I read a list, forget pen, names, and then people get annoyed with me in every, we had talk radio rush. Mark, others Laura Tucker, there's only so many of us, and judge Janine has been out there and so many others. We are not going to have everybody there. But as many could make it that were invited had any part of planet. We're gonna have in here, but I will tell you the fact that we got so close to a point where ninety nine point nine percent of the of the media mob. Just the breathlessness, the hysteria VN sanity, the anonymous sources the glee. Lead that we've got them. We've got them we've got him and it went on for well over two years. And we saw the same scenario unfold this week. Robert Muller goes out, what I figured out about Muller's Muller was doing one thing, sending a loud, message apparently received by the likes of Jerry Nadler, whatever you do don't force me to testify. I'm not gonna say anything I'm just telling you right now. Not gonna say, anything, anything, I have to say in the report, and so he tries to go out there and basically hang a cloud over President Trump, and he thinks he's being skillful in what he is doing here and ends up just backfiring and blowing up in his face because either somebody else wrote it or he didn't remember what he has said in the past. Now, we've had many people Verdy Giuliani was on Hannity last night, says, like the wizard of Oz. The guy behind the curtain with no power and the grand wizard. But what did he really know? And when did he know it and? The fact that we had so many people in this country. Willing to say not exonerated. That is not a standard of any constitutional Republic Justice, that we as Americans, we should not be having a debate over the idea the principles of the presumption of innocence. The, the due process under the law, not guilt by accusation, not guilt by anonymous sourcing not guilt by the, the mantra of a media mob that just really end up quoting each other in a big loop, and all of them turning out to be not only wrong, but purposely wrong because they have an agenda and in the process, destroying, what was left of their minimal reputations. I mean, you think about this, Robert Muller, you know, well, not exonerated. That was the big takeaway. But the problem is he goes into the. This nine and a half minute explanation about what we didn't have the ability to in fact, indicted, sitting president because of long standing department of Justice policy. Now, the problem is that was told to the attorney general bar, the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, I think they're about five individuals by name that hurt. Robert Mueller say again, and again that this department of Justice policy as to the question constitutionally, if you can or cannot indict a sitting president was never a factor in his decision that he was never going to make a ruling or determination on that. And then you got to go back to well, we used to have the independent counsel statute. That's when Clinton got impeached eleven specific felony charges listed against then President Clinton he was impeached. He did lose his law license, and he did pay a settlement of nearly. Million dollars to Paula Jones. So the fact that hours after the press conference now, the get the same reaction for the hours in the intervening hours immediately after Robert Muller makes his statements, everybody's back on TV with new life. The life is. I think what we really want. Right. No you weren't. And, you know, then we go right to impeachment. We seem to be moving toward a place where impeachment navy inevitable, the damn really seems to be breaking wide open. This obstruction.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Too. Mary Walter good morning. Joining us now in studio Tom fit in the president of good morning. Good Morning, America. Thank you for coming in. We do appreciate it. When you join us in person. All right. So the first thing we have to start out with I've been telling everyone all morning, you're going to be joining us to talk about this. Because Judicial Watch did what they do. And they got more records through fighting for foia requests. And you finally got some information. You get seventy three pages on Andrew, Weissmann and interesting things from this in particular. What would I saw was that wasteman was in charge of hiring the staff the people who are going to investigate on Muller's team? Why would he do that? And not Robert Muller. Well, he was Muller's number one prosecutor on the team. So he was his top deputy. He's called Muller's pit bull. And now the documents show, which we asked for by the way. Almost a year ago. So it took a, you know, a year, plus a lawsuit nor to get this basic information it shows that he was doing the hiring, which I may not be unusual. But it helps explain why Mr. Muller hire all these democrat partisans to target President Trump if he's trying to run a special council investigation it's supposed to raise people's faith in the fair administration of Justice. Well, Mr. Weisman is hiring all these people, and it turns out a bunch of them, or at least he's interviewing them. They were all hired at least the ones that we highlighted were all Republic accuse me democrat donors, Mr. Andrew Goldstein happened to give thirty three hundred dollars to Obama's campaigns in two thousand eight two thousand twelve he became a top prosecutor from Muller. He whitesman interview Kyle freely who also gave five hundred dollars to Obama's presidential campaign and two hundred and fifty dollars to Hillary Clinton's. She. Later was detailed to Muller investigation. She also had worked at the DOJ money-laundering section. So she came in over from over there. Rush Atkinson gave two hundred dollars to Clinton's campaign in two thousand sixteen registered democrat. Again, hired by Mr. Weisman. So the question has been answered in part. Why Muller hire all these Democrats while because he didn't do it. He turned it over it looks like Andrew Weisman. A very controversial figure we had received documents previously showing us an anti-trump activist. He said a nice Email to Sally Yates, the Obama holdover for warning lawlessly president's efforts to install the travel ban initially. And then he went to Hillary Clinton's election night party the night. She lost to New York. This is the guy who is running Mahler shop. Yeah. I mean, that's the that's the big thing. Every time. I think Weisman I'm like this was the guy who was ready to celebrate Hillary Clinton's victory. And we know how much of this investigation into Trump was predicated on Democratic National Committee opposition research. Thanks in no, small part to places like digital watch. Who's ferreted out information about this? When I look at this one of the other things, I think about is Peter Struck up fired from the team. And the reason we're told by struck that he got fired was the appearance of bias because of his text messages against Donald Trump. But ever since then these I mean, these text messages add a little bit more color, and these counters that a little more color, our understanding, but we've always known a whole bunch of Hillary Clinton donors and a guy who was a Hillary Clinton's election night party worked on Muller's team. Why how could one man be fired for the appearance of bias? And then the rest of the team still have the appearance of bias. But continue to work for Mahler. I'm so proud in awe. Thank you so much all my deepest respects. That was the Email that he sent to the anti-trumpers Sally Yates the Obama hold over. And that was uncovered in December of two thousand seventeen right? Someone like Andrew Weissmann should never have been anywhere near especial cancel investigation, and he was known for his aggressive prosecutorial contact conduct previously and on top of that. So he's got the the rates on Manafort that were so controversial the may radar Roger stone that was so controversial and the kind of scorched earth policy they had in as we highlight here. Imposing the foreign agents registration act by turning what had been prosecuted or handle. This administrative issue into an effort into a law that was used to start putting people in jail all of a sudden simply because it looked like a lot of people because the people being targeted were close to President Trump while you mentioned fair the foreign agents registration act or very early on within a week of him being appointed to the council, he had a meeting with Farah council, and I wanted to know if this is unusual on Thanksgiving Day, he had he convened a team Manafort meeting on Christmas day, he held a team Manafort meeting and on New Year's day. He held a team Manafort meeting his favorite holiday topic. Is that something that that they usually do they have meetings on the big holidays? I dunno wonderful boss, though, isn't it? He just want to give them fodder for Thanksgiving Day conversation. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Look at Andrew Weisman is the reason we have this outrageous Muller report. It's the reason they abused. The rule of law in my view to target President Trump with this harassing investigation. Have you sent requests in on the authorship of the Muller reports for the process by which that report was assembled? How you betcha, you know? One thing that we want to know is one that wended Muller team. No, there was no collusion. Why did they allow investigation to continue tonight? The lesson all the evidence is it's at least a year, plus and how much did Weisman play a role in constructing part two of the mullahs report, which is the sort of the obstruction feeling of scandal that they the press is still using to have swirl around the president of the United States that's by design. I mean that was the the mullahs report comes out, and that was meant to damage the president how much how much of a role did Weisman haven't actually constructing that portion of the well, it was it was kind of a report written with. Desperation full of legal Hegel Pagel full of gossip. It wasn't worth. The paper was written on. All right. Let's go more details. Straight ahead with Tom Fenton. Tom seven forty three w used today's driving tip fueled by jiffy lube. Catch me while driving make connected to twenty three times more likely, according to the national highway Transportation Safety administration. So make sure you're I stay on the road even talking on the phone has been shown to cause an increase in accidents as drivers become more focused on their conversation than there's roundings..

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Refusing to provide disclosure about the questions they're asking the customers about hey, how we're doing? And so when you see the run around our client has gotten into just getting his basic information, they finally gave him a few questions that said, you know, whether the demographics age groups things like that. But they refuse to provide the answers to that. So they gave them the he gave after back and forth. They gave him the twenty nine page survey Twenty-eight pages of which are completely blacked out. We dact it. Yes. They had to redact the sensitive, and it's more minutes Mullery. Talk about talking about metro being out of it. But they're required by law to provide this information, right? The freedom of information act makes it pretty clear that so long as they're not coughing a personal data on any particular individual. They've got to provide this to you know, we're not suing under the federal for your information act, but you know, more or less it is an open records lawsuit. So the law applies they got their government entity. There's a right to access formation from government entities such as this. And it shows you the arrogance of it's not just at the federal level is at the local level. The government doesn't want you to know what it's up to in our experience, which is significant I've been Judicial Watch for twenty one years and typically when you get this type of illegal secrecy. It means the government has something to hide this case metro doesn't want people to know, even what they're asking their customers about certainly not the answers. Yeah. A customer satisfaction survey that they don't want you to know about. It's kind of obvious what the results are. Only in Washington only. Yeah. I just loved it. They wouldn't even give you the questions. That's hilarious. All right. Thank you, Tom Fenton. Great to see you keep up the good work. Seven fifty on wwl baseball.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on KTRH

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. Jason let's go back to the beginning. I'm going to let it play out in full. But okay, we're gonna talk about how everybody else would be treated. Well, there is no greater example. Then the dual system of Justice we have then this even struck and page were Machi about Hillary Clinton. The idea the fixes in being run by Loretta Lynch, the same Loretta Lynch met with her husband the same Loretta Lynch, the call that a matter not an investigation. The interview was done by Peter Struck who said that Hillary should win one hundred million zero. Let me tell you when you're being investigated, and you're being interviewed by the FBI. You don't get to have fr. Friends in the room. Now lawyers friends like happened in her case, you don't get to have that hundred million to one zero because Trump is loathsome. And we have an insurance policy. You think to yourself? Just the obstruction alone. Think to yourself. Remember the freedom of information act request, and Tom Fenton, a Judicial Watch and how they were able to what discover. When they found out that really there really was top secret classified information. They always sampled forty emails. They will freaked out. Because of the impact that this could have on foreign policy our relations with other countries sources and methods people's lives potentially put in jeopardy. So there are a lot more. And if you did what she did the subpoenaed emails, you know, you'd be in jail. I said it to Alan Dershowitz said could you get me out of prison if I did this. Now, a good lawyer. I'm not that good. Listen.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Coming to talk to you about my new podcast. It could happen here on it could happen here. We look into the possibility of a second American civil war. What it would look like what would happen and how your life would change on a day-to-day basis? So check out it could happen here on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. It will be scary. It will be weird, and it will seem way way more plausible than any. If you want to admit Mark Simone on seven. Hey, we'll take some calls. Eight hundred three to one zero seven ten is the number. Let's go to Diane in Brooklyn. Hey, diane. Okay. All this talk about congestion driving and eating revenue from it. What about the almost two billion dollars the Blasio and his lovely wife have been blowing on the sea with no accountability or anything else. I mean, what are they all that money? Well, that's a good point. Apparently, she Annette one program that yoga for the homeless program. They lost about eight hundred million. And it's estimated that's how much congestion pricing will bring in. So basically, we're using the congestion pricing to make up the money. She wasted in that goofball program also turnstile jumpers. It was the mayor that decided to let them go don't enforce the the turnstile fares of people jumped the fair arrest. That's probably close to eight hundred million a year in fares. Let's go to Perry and west New York. Perry. Good morning. I'm a Trump supporter, but can you explain to me how closing the border allows Ben soldiers or agents to stop people from across the border. They going to be new powers or something that they say closing the border meeting. The ports of entry the legal places where people come a lot of people come in across the board. You know, we have actual border crossings, Mexico and the US and by closing the border. It hurts Mexico light. You can't do business trucks and everything can't go back and forth, you close the border it costs Mexico revenue. So the reason to do that to force Mexico to do something about the border. You know, a lot of this problem is Mexico allowing everybody across the they can enforce their border too. So it's just trying to force them to cooperate a little more. Let's go to Ian and Long Island in. Hey, how you doing Mark? I wonder if Joe too big sniff Biden was one of the guys that cost us what for? Two million dollars in taxpayers over three hundred women, and I need a foia requests by by Tom Fenton to try and somebody who who would he's people at cost us so much with the adds a very good point the Senate, actually, the whole congress put together fun to fourteen million to pay off all their metoo claims. Apparently, they have a lot of meat to victims in the house and the Senate they never quite explained who the representatives were that did the damage you remember how they got all upset that Trump wrote a check for one hundred thirty thousand two stormy Daniels campaign finance violation will they wrote a check for fourteen million payoff multiple victims. So if that kind of stuff is campaign finance violation they should be getting the electric chair right now. And they've never explained who got the money. Let's go to Helen and Long Island Halen. Hey, hey, Mark adjoining. Well, you know, these idiots why don't they if they need money for transportation? Why don't they flow? Sponge? You got to be able to sell the bonds who's going to buy them? Well, if you're the tax raise people looking for stuff like that, you know, we already got tax rebate. People is by any tax rebinding gonna make sure it's something good. And you know, you could get you know, three percent tax free bonds you can get nineteen percent tax refunds right now. But there something really risky. And right now, I don't think he could sell New York City bonds don't think a lot of investors would line up to buy them. Well, let's face it. It's it's not easy. But what I want? And I know that thing I want to say about these plastic bags, and all this sort of thing, you know, people teach people how to reuse there's responsibility what's happening with this irresponsible society where they throw their trash all over the place. Well, that's true. Yeah. We got. But people do reuse plastic bags. Everybody keeps their plastic bags. They got a hold drawer where the keep the plastic bags. They use them for every little thing. Let's go to Sean in Puerto Rico. Hey, sean. Good morning. Questions about the the congesting person whether they have anyway, if you go into it free pay nineteen. Yeah. I think it over over the bridge even include that into my Bill, and then when he kicks the outset. Silence. Bill. Yeah. Absolutely absolutely yet. Remember this congestion double the fence also congestion pricing. It's not eleven it's eleven dollars for a car. It's probably going to be fifty for a truck and everything you buy an every single store in New York City is brought there by truck. So the cost of the toll is going to be added to the price of everything you buy so expect anything you buy a drugstore grocery store. Anything you buy the cost to go up five percent ten percent because everybody's gonna pay for this congestion pricing. They say it'll bring in eight hundred million dollars. Isn't that the amount that the chalet McCray? Lost with that yoga for homeless program. What is it called thrive? NYC Dr NYC, gee, that's the map. They lost eight hundred million. So maybe if she didn't do that program. We wouldn't need the congestion pricing. I'm not a math expert, but. Anyway, when we come back, Michael Goodwin will be with us the great columnist. We'll see what he has to say about all of this coming up next on seven ten w or by the way, you have a chance to win a thousand dollars right after the news at the top of the hour. Let's get all the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlett. Mark defense attorneys at the murder trial of the man accused of killing queens younger Carina for Toronto say the prosecution hid evidence from them. They'll claim in court today that hundreds of black men were swept up in a race biased dragnet before Chanel. Louis was arrested could result in another mistrial. First trial ended with a hung jury. Now paying more to use the MTA's bridges and tunnels tolls. Went up six percent for those with ez pass more than ten percent of you don't have it the verrazano bridge. Now, the most expensive bridge in the country, a nineteen dollars cash toll and congestion pricing. A done deal by the Albany legislature drivers set to be charged travel south of sixtieth street. The money going to subway repairs could cost cars eleven fifty to make that trip. They're still a will be a number of exemptions. Details. Still have to be worked out those with low income are going to get a break and people who live in the area. We'll also get a break. Our next update at eleven breaking news at once and start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six to ten tomorrow. I'm Joe.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Joep is given on the radio. Hey, a seven twenty-seven Frankie five boroughs before we go to Mr. fin on this plane situation. They are now grounding these Boeing seven thirty seven max eight so Australian house grounding them because of the two crashes in two months, and we're a week grand. Grounding them here in America. No, the FAA is giving the Boeing seven thirty-seven the thumbs up. Even after the second rush. Yeah. They they told international airlines that the airliner is still airworthy. But it's going to take action. If information comes in that affects safety, so. Yeah. At least in America, they're still still still flying. So that's interesting to see. And I I don't know we were talking with our pilot friend yesterday. Who was great Nance? Yeah. Nancy, and John said that it could be that they're not learning these planes because they are so sophisticated not to be derogatory toward other countries. But if it's a quote unquote, third world country, I I don't know that I would fly that aircraft in another country like that being overly cautious. I dunno flyer. The way I'm not a pilot. I don't fly on my own, but I've been on planes many times. No, no you, but you don't like to fly. I don't like to travel. I'll be honest. You know, I don't like to pack. You know, what also I wanna touch on this vaccination situation when with the kids when they tell you how many vaccinations, you should get. I we did the more Kimberly. And I did the more with the three kids and even yet Nancy for Joey you, just get vaccinations. You do exactly what the doctors say. Then you hear possibly the vaccinations caused certain things like ADD lot like Alzheimer's that could happen from vaccinated. We're not sure meantime, people are now not vaccinating. They're not vaccinating their children. So Frankie gave me a story from the New York Times take it for what it's worth indeed. But this an unbalancing boy got tetanus his Oregon hospital. Stay fifty seven days and almost a million dollars later eight hundred thousand that's where he didn't get tetanus. Rex this is again, there's no scientific evidence at all that shows that vaccinations lead to autism or anything like that. None. All right. So but. Unfortunately, it's not stopping parents from believing that there's something about these vaccinations. But there is not to drop Franky. There is a contingency in the medical community that believes that can happen. I it's really not in the medical community. Yeah. I talked with medical doctors who completely believe that these vaccines do that. But there's not enough clinical viewpoint does not enough clinical study to support. So the no data to suggest that. But there's no data to suggest that. But unfortunately, some parents are still not getting vaccinations. So with that's leading to is a return of diseases that we thought were gone you were talking with our Kaplan. The other day mumps is back in college needles is running as is going crazy in Brooklyn measles is something that was almost wiped out completely in our country. But because these parents aren't vaccinating the measles is making a comeback now with happened in Oregon. This is the first case of tetanus in pediatric tetanus in thirty years. Six year old boy, he gets hurt. I think on some farm equipment. Parents didn't vaccinate him. He gets tetanus has to be hospitalized as poor kid for forty four days and at a cost of about eight hundred seventy seven thousand dollars hospitalized for forty four days finally is able to leave the hospital and then has to get a second round of tetanus shots. The parents wouldn't give him the second round of ten. Was it religious or I don't know. I don't if you live in our society or you can go to public schools, then you should have to have those vaccinate. I would venture to say if you go to any school in Brooklyn, you saw what happened when this Sheva allowed an unvaccinated child to go to go into their that one child would happen. Now, you're up to I think twenty two cases of measles in Brooklyn. I don't know what's the matter with people, and how could you put your child at risk lamp? Yeah. Yeah. It's it's so true. Eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine ninety nine he Frankie did we find the names of those lost in that Ethiopia crash? The Americans do they have. There was one report of a New Jersey person actually that we got their name just just this morning. A south jersey native is among the Americans that was killed Matt vizier who grew up in Seattle city before moving to California, a his employer released a statement confirming that this writer, he's a writer was on board. This flight to Nairobi that crashed over the weekend. So in its statement IQ ware said they were saddened by the loss of mischievous and expressing company sympathies to his family into the family or in New Jersey at age for Matt. I don't have his age. Well, our condolences go out, and I guess we're going to see from the State Department some of those other. Yeah. Seven thirty two with Joe on the radio. And also, oh, I'm gonna tell you this before we break without making. This is from the president the United States making daylight saving time, permanent is okay with President Trump. Try the president tweeted his preference for DSP yesterday. So that means you don't have to change anything. This is along the lines of what you were thinking. Donald trump's. Oh, great daylight saving time. You think you think that the eat put this in motion. Yeah. I hope so. Yeah. Let's see congress step up. Yeah. Do you want to go on a great time right now? We we can even push Peter King back if we need to. Well, now, we want to do that. But let's jump to Tom fit and right now outstanding by but the headline news we got a lot to get into this morning on AM nights seventy theanswer. Hey, tom. Welcome to the show brothers. So great to have you with us, man. Thanks for having. No, thanks for the great job. You're doing a Judicial Watch you great with Maria Bartiromo. And as I had I was on the radio yesterday. I got I got a call Tom in and a lot of my listeners. They get Tom fitting on by the way, your arms Thompson, you are. Jack, brother, you doing bicep curls. I see what you're doing dumb. Joey notices that. I'm just saying right here. Thank you. Visit your group has filed an ethics complaint against Adam Schiff. Thank God bless you for that. By the way, we did say that why why could you give us a breakdown and why he did that that Tom? Pretty simple. Everyone's been concerned about what he's been doing with witnesses that have been appearing before the committee. There were two witnesses that he had unusual contact with. Glenn Simpson who runs fusion GPS who was behind behind the dossier, attacking President Trump. He had a running with, you know, just happened to run into him and ask you call a lot of telling about it. And of course, Simpson is testifying before too many subsequent. That's just doing all sorts of things supportive of fusion GPS. So that raises questions about the propriety of what he did. And then it turns out that Michael Cohen the president's claim your curry, but also talked to chef and also talk at least two staff with ten hours prior to the false testimony. He gave last week. Which further further raises questions numbers are supposed to ask acting away. But doesn't bring discredit upon the house, and we start talking to witnesses and this unusual way it tends to raise questions about what you're up to. And that's why we're asking you this committee for investigation. Yeah. I mean for him to talk to 'em to prepare Cohen for Adam Schiff to prepare calling and thank you for doing that. But why isn't congress doing something about that? Yeah. Members don't like to follow us its complaints against other members because of the mutually assured destruction gotta have. With each other, which is. Is if you don't come after hours, and that's a challenge in the. Even between, Democrats and Republicans which guarantees party wants to act in most cases, both forty don't wanna go to act. They nothing will get done. But, you know, at least we got the process go again, there's gotta be some Campbell. Yeah. Amen to that Tom fit and remind our listeners if you would, sir. What exactly the Steele dossier is and what fusion GPS is teaching GPS was hired by Hillary Clinton? National committee in two thousand sixteen to dig up dirt on President Trump, and they came up with this dossier of alleged Trump working with working with the Russians to swayed elections in the Russians had on President Trump. And it turns out the dossier was a garbage dossier sense. It was had no cooperation. It was like a democratic research opposition document so expect and but the problem is the FBI the DOJ under Obama. We're happy uses a coup text spine the Trump team more still using it to sniff for now. It's amazing doesn't it? Make all these investigations. Tom fitting the fruit of a poisonous tree. If I can't say that you know what I mean? Exactly. And you got this this shady dossier, which is a political opposition document on not all political opposition documents or are incorrect, but when you're using Russia, Intel sources to attack presidential candidate and the FBI and the ad it, you gotta wonder what's happening there. I'm top of that you had all the Trump animus all the hatred. They had at the top levels at the FBI who President Trump while they're protecting Hillary Clinton Comey gets fired. Documents leaks in with the hope of getting a special counsel real unholy mass behind the collation, especially council, so between the dossier document best anti Trump animus at the FBI, Jay. You're right. It's not as a poisonous tree. It's the whole the whole, you know, everything has been poisoned in terms of what they've been able to do not just one element. So I shut the whole thing out shipping shut down on time ago. But what's going to go on dismal investigation? I mean any day now, we're gonna see this investigation. Come out, apparently, correct. Yeah. Or any mar a year? Oh, man. Oh, folks, subjective almost over. I don't know what the basis for that is an hope I hope it's over. But it's it's a bite being over means all these anti Trumpers on his team. Right. And yet another shady dossier, attacking President Trump. No, thank you. Yeah. It's so true. And you were at CPAC, Devin Nunes, and the two of you said, you want everything that Muller did made public. Why is that, sir? Because we already know that the conduct of the operation has been, you know, suspect in and and frankly, contrary to what are good practices would be at the Justice department. You have these anti Trumpers be struck. Lisa page will help flooding investigation for several months, and then were kicked off after turned out. They were texting each other all this anti Trump stuff. You know, how does that? How was that handled internally? You had. Suedes and Paul manafort's home in the early morning. Yeah. Lawyers. Yeah. Lawyer's office Muller himself at sloppy FBI position is investigating cousin in four, you know. You know, in many ways Mahler should be investigating himself. It's so it's so true at time. We could talk to you like forever seven thirty nine with Joe Piscopo, and Tom Fenton is president Judicial Watch. And what's thrived New York City man before we let you go. Could you tell us what thrive NYC is? And what you found Tom. Oh, price NYC. Yeah. Called me that one I. The, you know, our our local busted reporters, not local, buddy. He's their up in New York City has been looking at mayor de Blasio and. It's not.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It's Judicial Watch president Tom Fenton. Thanks Judicial Watch dot org to learn everything there up to find out what we're up Jude hughhewitt dot com. Mark Davis in for Hugh. We will continue here on your Monday. Mark Davis will be right back. But first let me remind you about patriot mobile dot com. Liberals have done nothing this year. But well, create chaos Andrew Cuomo in New York signing infanticide, Bill Cosby, Cortez, driving Amazon out of New York, comma, Harris, making everyone crazy because he's likely to be the nominee. They're all out there doing things that you would say what in the world are they up to their pursuing their liberal agenda. Major corporations where you shop every day are using their buying power to steer America towards a socialist economy. If your sellers with. AT and T Verizon your money is supporting liberal candidates Michel you, you need a US Planned Parenthood. They're all being supported by big mobile. You can support your values by switching to patriot patriot mobile offers the same reliable nationwide. Coverage you already have plus they've taken a portion of the proceeds and support conservative organizations like the Heritage Foundation. The Susan b Anthony list Prager you hatred. Mobile is unlimited talk and text plans as low as twenty dollars a month. It's easy to switch. Call one eight hundred the patriot mentioned you or visit patriot mobile dot com. Forward slash you. Wake up to two activation piece. Join me and thousands of Americans. Switch today to patriot mobile by going to one eight hundred eight patriot meshing hill or visit patriot mobile dot com. Forward slash you remind you about relief factor dot com. It's that time of the day relief factor dot com..

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"tom fenton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on KTRH

"Minutes on the tens. It is seven fifty now here on News Radio seven forty KTAR. A right we're on Muller watch this week whether or not Robert Muller releases his investigation he will. Of course, give it I to William bar, who's the attorney general the new attorney general LBS first test, in fact, Tom Fenton, who's with Judicial Watch talked a little bit about that. While the president's president. He has a right to fire people like James Comey has a right to communicate with the Russian ambassador and otherwise run the government and the idea that the Justice department is writing report on the president's conduct has president is is ridiculous. You make it so simple, and so easy and attorney general bar should be asking that we understand Mr. Muller that you've indicted all these people are prosecuted them that's on the public record. What's your opinion about the president's conduct has president? It's about as worthy as anyone else's opinion. And the Justice department isn't paying you to give us another dossier on President Trump. We already have one corrupt the dossier and the idea that his activist attorney attorneys working for Mr. Muller all answer. Most of whom are anti-trumpers. We'll be writing some dossier on President Trump is something that needs to be rejected. No. But that's why it's going to go to William Barnes, and William bark and decide what if any part of that probe. We we're should be privy to. You know, this whole thing has been up ended from the get-go. We've got all these people thinking that they're president of the United States constitution sets out the president to be the chief executive, right? Not the attorney general not the executive branch that works for him. Know, not the judge's Bushehr. It's Donald Trump assuming answer they give you the answer. Always is exactly they don't like him. Well, too bad too bad. The voters spoke some fifty two time for traffic.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Over whether call me was a weather. Mckay was authorized to talk to the media about the fending the FBI is involvement in the Clinton foundation investigation. Remember McCabe was trying to tell the media, look, we're still investigating it. We haven't been curtailed despite the OJ efforts to try to curtail the investigation, you know, McCabe says I don't remember telling him he was authorized I don't know who to believe riding. Frankly, both witnesses are terribly credible. The GP found that his protest stations that he didn't lie not to be credible. So maybe up to a jury decide, but if I heard prosecutor would you want to put James Comey's credibility up against McCabe? So I don't know. I don't know. But you know, in the end, though, McCabe isn't one of the reasons he was a problematic deputy director of the FBI acting FBI director was because he was willing to use the FBI to go after the. The president for improper resource. His ability essential to the following allegation as well. Whether or not he can be believed on this. And if he can be believed rod Rosenstein, really does have some questions to answer tickle lesson. The point of Rosenstein, wearing the wire into a meeting with the president was what what did he hope to obtain? I can't characterize what? Rod was thinking or what he was hoping at that moment. But the reason you would have someone where concealed recording device would be to collect evidence. And in this case, what was the true nature of the president's motivation and calling for the firing of Jim combs, a big deal trying to wear a wire and record the president of the United States and incredibly rod Rosenstein questioned by congress about it. Incredible Judicial Watch which is sued this week or last week for documents about this whole mess. DOJ continues to cover up doesn't want to release one document as as has been indicated, Mr. McCabe Roach secret memos improperly on the president. We don't know where they are supposedly there with special counsel's office, but what a rat's nest at the top levels of the FBI Justice department attorneys euro bar he needs to come in to overturn some tables to clean house there. And if he doesn't it's it's going we're going to have more of the same. We'll have another attack on a Republic. Next time around and maybe the next president. Do you see those? That's what I was gonna ask you, do you see the new attorney general coming in and doing that and clearinghouse and saying this has got to stop, and we need these papers. And let's go I could be pleasantly surprised when they advise you on the radio about investment opportunities say past experiences. No indication of future performance. It's a pretty good rule of thumb for politics on that hopeful MRs why Judicial Watch does its own independent investigations, but we should still attorney general bar to do the right thing because he may be as outrace about this as as we are. And he is in a position to do something about it. I'm with you deeply cautious optimism, right? Tom fenton. Thank.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On wwl. In the waning days of the two thousand sixteen presidential election James Comey made a reappearance in front of the media. Well, he sound letter to congress. He announced the congress. He was reopening review of hundreds of thousands of potentially classify emails that were found on congressman Anthony weiner's laptop related to the Hillary investigation. Anthony, weiner's wife, of course, Huma Abedin longtime aide to Hillary Clinton. Knows her better than Bill himself. And they decided to reopen. The investigation is created a flurry of media attention and Hillary was very upset about it. They Hillary campaign deeply upset, but the extent to which they were trying to influence the FBI has not up to this point been public. It is now. Headline Fox News FBI scrambled to respond to Hillary Clinton lawyer amid Weiner laptop review newly released emails shell newly released internal emails should the agency's highest ranking officials scrambling to answer Hillary Clinton's lawyer in the days prior to the two thousand sixteen election on the same day that FBI director James Comey sent a bombshell letter to congress announcing a new review of hundreds of thousands of potentially classified emails found a former Representative Anthony weiner's laptop the trove of documents turned over by the FBI in response to a lawsuit by the transparency group Judicial Watch comma, whose whose president is joining us at seven thirty five. We'll talk to Tom Fenton also included discussions by former FBI lawyer Lisa page concerning a potential quick quid pro quo between the State Department and the FBI in which the FBI would agree to downgrade the classification level of the Clinton Email in exchange for more legal. Attache positions that would benefit the agency abroad. There was no indication such a quid pro quo ever took place. So here's what we had on the afternoon of October twenty eight this is the data James Comey informed. Congress of what they were doing. We're reopening. This thing Clinton's lawyer, David Kendall sends an Email demanding answers from the FBI and the emails show. The the agency quote jumped into action. It's amazing. Can you imagine? I would love to have a lawyer who can get the FBI to just dance the way I want them to snap. Yeah. Exactly. Hillary's like at the FBI to knock this off. And all of a sudden, the FBI moving a thousand miles an hour trying to figure out how can we help you? You know, many of the emails found on the computer war between Clinton enter senior adviser, whom Avedon. Despite claims by top FBI officials, including struck several of those emails were determined to contained classified information. Then FBI general counsel James Baker wrote to the agency's top officials, including Komi page and struck the following Email. I received the Email below from David Kendall, and I called him back before doing so I- alerted DOJ via Email, but I would do that. So Baker continued candles e mails redacted these documents. He said that our letter was tantalizingly ambiguous and made statements that are in Kuwait and highly ominous such that when we had done that what we had done was worse than transparency because it allows people to make whatever they want out to make out of the letter to the prejudice of secretary Clinton. I told him I could not respond to his request at this time. But that I would discuss with others and get back to them. I suggest we have some kind of follow a meeting or phone call with this group this evening or over the weekend to address this and probably other issues and questions that come up in the next twenty four hours sound reasonable. On November six by the way, struck agreed to spearhead that conference. Call on November six comedy sends another letter and say says they concluded the investigation. So this is the behind the scenes Hillary Clinton. Wielding unparalleled influence in the FBI in an investigation that involves her directly. You think Roger stone has this privilege? I'm gonna go out on a limb and say he does not. I mean, does does anybody does Paul Manafort does. I mean, does anybody have the type of access that Hillary Clinton had to the FBI to get them to start dancing the way she wants them to well. So Tom Fenton gave a quote to Fox News. And so just to tease what we can hear what we'll hear more from him later this morning. He says it is big news that just days before the presidential election, Hillary Clinton's personal lawyer pressured the top lawyer for the FBI on the infamous Weiner laptop emails at is a phrase, I hope to never again, infamous Weiner, laptop emails terrible band name. But I guess plausible. Yes. Tom continues. These documents further underscore that the fix was in for Hillary Clinton. When will the Justice department and the F B finally, do an honest investigation of the Clinton Email scandal? Yeah. I.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"My radio program. I'm thorough an extra on the edge. Go here in this piece. And it's it's it's more voluminous. I'm going to share with you here. But I'm bringing you information. About your federal government. And that is that I would argue that when Trump came into office when Trump came into office, and this wouldn't have necessarily been a function of Donald Trump, this I would argue should have been a function of the house of representatives. And so that will be Paul Ryan for the first two years of presidency too late now, he's gone. And now the communists are running the show. So they don't give a damn about one of them about suggests. But I would I would have recommended a deep deep cavity search drill down deep audit of every single department in the federal government you can start with just a department's like health Newman services education defense, all of it. I mean, a serious audit who's here who does what? And that would include State Department, and all of the embassies around the US that they run who still larger than charge. You thought that this would have been done? Not by the president. I mean, yeah, he can he get involved, and I'm not talking some type of a criminal investigation. So much as an investigation to what are the political allegiances of the people in these offices who are they how did they get there? What do they do? And this ties into something. I shared with you yesterday, which I just stick up on my page. Now stuck on a couple of pages. With regard to the federal government being shut down. And I stuck this on their own excellent on Facebook. Meaning the yesterday that they should open back up as what was the contention of the person that contributed the the peace, and it was an anonymous source normally I wouldn't print an anonymous source around that kind of information about you know, federal government shutdown. Here's what we need to do or some type of an opinion piece vilifying something. But when I read that piece and I shared it on air yesterday. It's in the archive their own dot com. That whole thing was around the functionality of a bureaucracy, a bureaucratic run agency office, whatever and that is straight up to I know that because I was personally in the belly of the beast at the university of Michigan, and this applies to universities state, local government federal government, how they operate and the the the thumbnails shot of it would be sketch of it would be eighty percent of the people go in there and are doing nothing when not doing nothing, but they're just getting by the their obstinate. They're not necessarily doing their job. Even when they're told to there are thinking about weekend plans, they're supposed to be there at say nine they show up at nine thirty ten o'clock supposed to leave at five. There are three thirty. I'm not making this up. Now, this isn't hundred percents case. No, especially if you're working over there. Debris accuracy with somebody. Thumb on your back at the hospital at the big Unum. I'm talking about the overarching, even if you're not leaving your you're doing personal Email. You're checking basketball scores. Your checking you're you're you're doing your job enough to get by. So that you're doing your job as little as you can for real because you're mine numb from the bureaucratic hell you're in. That's about eighty percent of people. That's you know, give or take maybe ten percent in any given situation. Fifteen percent of the people give or take ten percent are outstanding. They're they're never. They're never not firing on all eight cylinders. They're doing the job. And they're looking for ways to do better. And they're they're now five percent of the people are running everything these are the managers, and they more often than not are protecting job. They're protecting a job and they're making a rules. They're doing that stupid process. Check that if you've been in a BRAC rec-, you gotta get together every so often, and everybody's got to decide. How can we improve our job? Tell me. What's at the university is alerts news. Absolutely, right. He says let me think now I shovel snow. Let's see. Well, I I and he was talking about the bureaucratic grind. Let's see. I could I can sort over my left shoulder Oregon throat over my right shoulder. Yeah. Nailed it, man. But you get the point. I'm not insulting you if you work there. You know what I'm talking about? When let me ask you this. When you go into a local municipality. Office to pay your taxes. Get a permit, whatever. And you see everybody sitting there around the room in these cube farms. How many of them do you think are there at seven fifty nine in the morning and leave at five oh one or let's say eight fifty nine in the morning and leave at whatever time they start. You get what I'm saying? How many there are there early and leave late and do just an outstanding job everyday? First of all, there's not enough work for them to do that. Most of what they do isn't even essential. It's make work much of it. So the point is that and I posted this up on Facebook, we need to leave the government shutdown, and we need to do a serious audit on the government to see who does what? Now, you've got another component of this which redressing today. And then is that in the federal government? There are many people there that are undermining the current administration and are undermining we the thinking. Yeah, we talked about that. Just before the break. We started to get into this piece. This is George Soros and his open society money. George Soros is still large and in charge of open societies kid Alexander is just he's a chip off feel black as I say. Now, they're contributing money in Macedonia and what they're doing is. They're funding in Macedonia. They call it Soros's infantry. They're organizing youth groups, they're creating influential media outlets there. Organizing violent protests to undermine institutions and policies implemented by the Macedonian government because it's a conservative government. One of the Soros groups funded the translation and publication of Saul Alinsky rules for radicals into Macedonian. The book is a tactical manual of subversion provides direct advice for radical street protests and proclaims Lucifer to be the first radical. Well, we know that. But this is a piece of let's laid out here by Tom Fenton. Judicial Watch says, thanks to Obama's ambassador. Here's the takeaway who has not been replaced by President Trump Uncle Sam keeps the money flowing. So the groups can continue operating and recruiting sources in Macedonia and the US and the US confirm accordingly September two thousand fifteen an article inside what's called philanthropy dot com service. Open society foundation, maybe the largest philanthropic organization ever built with branches in thirty seven countries. While the Gates Foundation spends more money, oh SF. That's open. Societies foundation has a larger footprint worldwide. Thanks to its many local offices, including throughout Africa or subs- budget will be here on nine hundred and thirty million dollars. Now, we're gonna come back and cap this off Homer down here. But here's the bottom line. They're getting tax dollars out of the State Department. They're taking tax dollars out of the State Department. If for no other reason because the guy that's running the embassy in Macedonia is working for the state. Department and.

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"tom fenton" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:53 min | 3 years ago

"tom fenton" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It's not Donald Trump. It's us. They hate us. They hate the middle class to hate all of we the thinking, they hit anything even moderately conservative. They being the swamp being the Democrats, socialists. Trump's just one they have to take down because we sent him to DC with our agenda. You get to each one of us individually. Don't think they wouldn't do it talk about showing up drunk and driveway through shop and shoot you in your driveway three. I'm talking about the communist now stormy Daniels. What's your real name? Send your Stephanie Clifford? Stephanie clifford? She said if you're looking for anything even remotely worth watching tonight at nine PM, I'll be folding laundry in my underwear for eight minutes, Instagram live. I don't do Instagram. I don't do Twitter. So I'm I don't know much about that. This is stormy Daniels trying to mess with Donald Trump. I know you won't be watched. I'm just giving you options. Just in case if you're a progressive, psychotic communist. You may wanna do that. In fact, we would love it if you would drift away. Follow stormy Daniels. Yeah. Just follow a right off the edge of the cliff. Beck into this. Two people to to operators out of the Obama regime. You think Obama's crew will ever be held accountable for what they've done do you. I mean, if we dug in and we've already found out through Tom Fenton Judicial Watch at these guys are at the at the at the heart of the so-called Muller investigation orchestrated ran out of the White House prior to Trump even remotely becoming president. Anyway, here they are again. Former president Broncos Saint Obama campaign organizer Mickey Dickerson and somebody named Coren. Evan corn? They they targeted ROY Moore. Now, ROY Moore ran against Luther strange that the whole primary thing came down. And the Brooks MO Brooks got beaten, and he was the most conservative guy. Trump hated MO Brooks ought to be hated him. But he really like him because he he didn't support Trump when Trump was running for president. Let's back up, by the way. Mo brooks. I was at one point Luther strange Luther strange. I think I'm okay, I'm really screwing this up was appointed by the governor. Remember when the governor was doing some kind of nefarious stuff down there, and he had to appoint a Senator. And it turns out that did he point Luther strange. You know, what I'm going to shut up on that one. Because I vaguely remember that I really had down at the time when it went when it came out. And that's how he got appointed. A he was attorney general and then you've got appointed. And you find out which one was was the attorney general was it was it Luther strange or was it MO Brooks. I it was Luther strange because MO Brooks, I think was in the house at the time. But anyway. I digress. We'll get that to you in just a second. And it was all about the governor appointing a Senator because he was caught fooling around with a with a woman, and they turning general covered foreman did not prosecute because he was using state funds using state funds to buy motels. And lingerie and things like that. If you're going to have an affair with somebody by all means by lingerie and motels, I mean, that's standard operating procedure. But but but don't you state funding tax dollars? Yeah. That's the lesson to be honored. Right there. Don't have the fear in the first place. Court. Another operator operatives created a. I want to bring this up. Here. We go. Let's call it a dry Alabama Facebook page the wealthy Virginia donors who wanted to defeat more funded the project, according to a person who worked in the project. Who spoke on condition of anonymity. The dry Alabama project was one of two hundred thousand dollar campaigns designed to help Moore's democratic opponent Doug Jones, who is now the state Senator who that hurts. That's got hurt. Man. He barely won the two thousand seventeen special election. Jones previously stated in the campaign. He was unaware of the project. I I don't believe that. And he's also calling for an investigation into who is behind the antics. Look here to see if there's anything about running out the underage girls on wall underage. Now. I mean the way that they portrayed that whole thing. You think he was a real life child molester? Anyway, very go. False flag operation. False flag, operate Luther strange was appointed at the Alabama attorney Joe he was appointed to be the Senator state Senator. What he was a Alabama attorney general okay now, I'm coming back to me. The governor at the time was having an affair. And he was using state funds to keep his girlfriend, happy, whatever chicks take money romance. Without finance is a nuisance repeat after me romance without finance is a new sans. I learned that from Roland Kirk rolling Kirk. I was in the front row at baker's keyboard lounge way back we're talking one hundred thousand years ago rolling kirks up on stage wailing, and he says romance without finance is a new sense that I'm stealing at Jack. So it's true. When you think about money can't you can't have a love affair without money. I'm sorry. You can. But. Well, you can but inning last. So anyway, what do you call it there? Luther strange is appointed state Senator because the attorney general and. The governor was fooling around and Luther strange covered for him. Yeah. There's some there's some body politic. You get the point the whole thing wound up with this communist becoming. The Senator now I mentioned earlier zuckerberg's running a call. I don't know if it's exactly like the maha-rushie we used to call himself, the nineteen year old perfect master where he would drive by Mercedes Benz, thirty of them have place in California place in India. Got a place in Florida anyway nineteen and it's back when people thought meditation was something important that if you sat around and meditated, in fact, I used to refer to myself as the nineteen year old perfect master beckoned public radio days, and that that kind of stuck at one point. I couldn't get call it going. I tried to work, but people were throwing money at this kid. Remember that he's he's one of these up giggling stupid Indian kids, and he's got people running around literally in burlap standing on a Saturday road. California's he drives up from his mansion. And of course, he's got a string of girls. He's taken to the mansion and throwing them back in the fields to work on the the crops. I'm sure some of me left standing mansion longer than others. But you get the point. It was a call. Inside. Facebook's caught like workplace where dissent is discouraged employs pretend to be happy all the time. More than a dozen former Facebook employs detailed how the company's leadership and his performance review review system has created a culture where any dissent is discouraged. And bet they're standing on the side of the road watching Zuckerberg drive by in a Mercedes at some point. They're all wearing burlap employees and waving and smiling, smiling employees, say Facebook's stack ranking performance review system, stack ranking performance reviews that sounds terrifying. Drabs employees to push out products and features that drive user engagement without fully considering potential long term negative impacts on user experience or privacy. I don't know about you. But I got dizzy reading that reliance on peer reviews. Creates an underlying pressure for Facebook employees. Have you ever been reviewed by by appear? I that's not cool. It's not because you'd be worse. Talking with somebody hate their guts. They don't like you either ever been a situation like that. I have a I can't tell you how many people I know have been where you're working with somebody. They're driving nuts. You can't do anything about it. There are co worker you just do what you gotta do get through the day. And can you imagine being reviewed by somebody like that? Or you're trying to kiss up to the person next to you. That's incompetent totally covenant can barely speak English. And you got to kiss up because you're getting reviewed by them. This is a nightmare. What are they thinking? Well. They're not thinking. Anyway, they gotta forge friendships with colleagues for the sake of career advancement. Oh, I'm so glad I don't work for a living. So glad I don't have to work for a living. Well, actually, I do and you know, interesting I work for a living. I'm not I'm not whining or complaining, but I worked for a living pretty much twenty four seven..

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