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"weisman weisman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Whole er's being pulled me, boys. Let's see Rex this thing minutes to read this whole thing a long time. Sometimes it takes time. And then if you take the blue pill, Oh little purple pill takes time. Takes time. Alright, Very simple. The Warriors will draft number two in the NBA draft lottery, and by the way, I think we're playing your interview with Bob Meyers. At 12 30. Am I correct in that we are in Bob's gonna tell us who he's gonna pick Exactly. So make sure thing. We have a good hour and a half or an hour and 10 minutes before we asshole erected to because you gotta tell us flat out who's going to take us so we have to discuss it first. For this week's big pole. What do you think the Warriors should do with the number two pick? In the draft draft. Anthony Edwards. He is the swing man from Georgia who played one year there. Dr. James Weisman Weisman is the big man and a Memphis. I guess you could say Memphis only played three games. We threw this in there for fun Draft LaVar ball, son, Lamell a ball for have you ever been? I do have a prediction before we get to the fourth choice. If they do draft him, you will at some point where a big baller brand sweatshirt on warriors pre or post game life. You will. Well that that won't happen unless you face me handsome And you may have him on the show, if you have is a big baller b b b b. Yeah, and you'll have it on the show. He and I have very similar father. Sure, um, That I well, I don't think they're going to draft him. We had to put it on here, though, but no right now. The top three everybody's consensus mocked and the order could go different. But I mean, some people have. Why has been nine Some people have the mellow and the teens. Some people have Edwards at six. Who knows, but There's no consensus. It's beauty in the eye of the beholder. But I think of you most people have it ranked in Some order. Probably order would be Edward's Wiseman. Lamell. Oh, um, but I don't think which the what if the Warriors had finished third last night? They probably wouldn't have done it. But now that you're Steve Kerr with a like Edward's or wise, man, you just take the other guy or you trade back. But I think we got the right three. I mean, you want to put Toby topping out there over the mellow? I mean, I think the three of us here we want said the mellow, mellow get any votes. But I will help you get any votes. So it's Edwards, Wiseman Ball or trade the pick. Okay. Edwards, Wiseman Ball. Or trade. The pixel just vaguely trade. You could trade you could trade up from 2 to 1. But we don't mean that We may trade back trade out for a veteran. Yeah, put the pick in a big package for a big Greek now. Yeah. So anything? I mean, you know, Joel, I mean, we're all dreaming. Yes. So I think we got the right three. Just Wiseman Ball Trade Trade 1234. Right. So 7% draft Lamell a ball. I'm going to build up the majority in this directed this pole like minutes ago. 7% draft LaBella ball is the least. 15% draft Anthony Edwards. 30% drop. James Weissman Trey would fit in a public in trade. The pick 48% dominating trade. The pick is dominating. Now we got to get to know what do you want to trade? I I showed I told you what I want, because I just look obviously, number one on the list would be honest. Or indeed, I looked through the MBA today. I don't know if there's any other young stars that would fit the bill of what we're talking about here. That would be tradable. But but things change all the time. So, look, I'm into trading the pic. Now first and foremost is those guys. I think the Collins moved back to Atlanta. It's six would make a whole heck of a lot of sense. Those would be my two preferences and then, like you said, if it came down to draft in a guy I just haven't looked enough. Wiseman makes the most sense Only because he fits is a puzzle piece. But that's not not necessarily how the NBA's played nowadays it just because you don't have a center and you do have swing man or whatever. Doesn't mean that's what you're going to go its position. It's basketball, So you take the best player. Yeah, but I mean, if you are going to just pick and keep Wise men would fit what you have. I mean, right now, you have Ah, point guard in Steph Curry, a combo guard, You know, great player can play either one clay the prototype, too. Andrew Wiggins is the prototype three. Raymond is the prototype for who could also slide up when you go small. Can't even call it the Hamptons five anymore. What shall we call that lineup cheeses? They're all gone. And so why has been would, you know? Certainly fit right in. He's an MBA five left changer with a Can You make a jump shot and develop into Chris Bosch? Will he be a shot blocker? Who knows? Eyes he better than even marquees. Chris Marquees. Chris is a young guy. Who is getting better and better and better he really developed into a strong player. Next year. We even know that that Wiseman could be better than marquees, Chris. I don't know. Only he who knows so I, but I If somebody blows you away with their ability, the one that would be A little redundant would be Anthony Edwards. Now could you play a lineup of staff clay? Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Edwards. That small and Andrey mounted five. I mean, with your five best players on the floor. That's that's you know, paying. We have young players, Jordan pools in the mix. Certainly in time and Eric Pascoal, and there's a few others. But that would be a little bit small. So, but you also got a look at you know something big and, you know, trading D'Angelo D'Angelo, Andrew Wiggins, You traded D'Angelo to get he had big money on this and the other part of it is A pandemic and how we could open up. You know, people in the crowd. And they're already talking about moving to start of the year. But I think the draft is going to move back a cz. Well, why wouldn't you if you got to move the start of the year back, What's your hurry to draft? You want to move the free agency back as well? So right now it's scheduled for October. The 16th, but I could see that easily going back in November December. Who knows when we play? They're talking about moving it back to February or march. Maybe getting out of the entire NFL window completely taken play, and they want to have a Super Bowl. Yeah, Everybody wants fans. I mean, silver specifically said it yesterday is they think they're going to wait until they can get some fans in the building over long? Rachel 2022, then I don't know. May I do that? It sounds to me talking indoor. You're not gonna play outdoor in basketball?.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"News ninety six five WDBO. Now, the Brian Kilmeade a news ninety six point five WDBO don't think it's fair to cast. This person is a supporter of Donald Trump anymore than it is to look at his sort of his eco terrorist passages in that in that manifesto in align him with Nancy Pelosi or a missile causing Cortez. This was a disturbed individual evil person. And is it to try and tie him to an American politician of either party, probably ignore some of the deeper difficulties that this sort of activity exposes and of course, Mick Mulvaney, on over the weekend making clear that the linkage Donald Trump because he was mentioned the manifesto. Joe is not right. It's not accurate. It's not fair. Joining us now is Bret Baier. I'm sure that might make a panel question when he gets his show together to start six o'clock eastern time special report Brett, welcome back. I think Dick Cheney as a point to push back like that. He was aggressive on two separate Sunday shows. I think secretary of homeland security did the same in her speech about the status of homeland security in our country. She will be on special report tonight at six Nielsen saying that there is no place for such hate in the homeland in the speech, she just about an hour ago. Listen, this is been a talking point that the president's the way he talks about things he has the loudest microphone with his Twitter feed. And and elsewhere. Somehow incites violence, but I think the pushback from the White House is is legitimate. And that you know, this guy. Yes. The president was mentioned in his manifest festival. But so was you know, eco terrorism. So were a lot of things, and in many cases, these shooters are simply deranged disturbed people thing is is that if if you know after Steve Scalise was shot, if the president got Abbas says listen Democrats are trying to kill Republicans because he worked Bernie Sanders, and he cited Nancy Pelosi, and he watches MSNBC if each I say that would be wrong. You can't control the mind of a maniac. I made you blame Jodie Foster for a Mark David Chapman shooting. Ronald reagan. Does he said he did it to impress her? I mean, brand bystanders inside a twisted mind. Yeah. I mean, you can't there are a lot of examples where and those are just a couple of them were generally you can't get to the president. Now, take all of that side, and all of those charges about this killing aside. We as a country. Could we do better at at our tone and tenor and how we talk about things and different people. Could we listen better to other people? Yeah. Definitely. And sometimes that takes leadership but to tie directly to an action like that is a little absurd. Absolutely. So let's hope Robert mower over the weekend, it became clear, if you start listening to some of the experts was ever since the Rick gates story came out that they will not sentence him because he using a month for multiple investigations. And he's been help it made many people believe instead of wrapping up with more. It's going to be longer than anyone thought prepo Horowitz in on face the nation. Former US attorney of this other disag- New York twenty one, but I think people should be with some skepticism the notion that gets breathlessly reported every week that the mother investigation is coming to an it may be because Andrew Weisman who is one of the top the top deputy with Robert Muller announced. He was stepping down which indicates maybe it's wrapping up. But then as you point out you have this letter about Rick gates who's cooperating in multiple investigations, and they delayed the sentencing which seems to indicate that he's substantially cooperating and engaging in some success for the prosecuting team. So. You might expect other indictments other work going forward. So it doesn't seem to me based on back. Although I don't know. That the work of the special counsel is ending anytime soon, unless it's the case the one caveat, I had this unless it's the case that the cases on which Ricketts is cooperating are being parcels out parcel that other attorney's office, but officers like this, southern New York or DC or somewhere else. And people that have been reading a lot of these. These statements are saying that they're seeing a lot left to be done. What are your sources telling you, Bret bear? Well, first of all the Muller probe overall and the people who work for a special counsel. I've been extremely good at one thing and that is keeping a little bit. I mean, Washington is a leaky places. You know, usually stories get out, especially if it's up on Capitol Hill, the only place it's really good at keeping a lock on things is the supreme court, but other than that, Washington stinks. As far as keeping a secret. The Molly probe has done it effectively. I mean, you have tons and tons of journalists tons and tons of pundits wondering asking probing asking tangentially people who know somebody asking the wife of somebody who knows somebody else, and there's all these connections, and it has not come out. So I'm a little frustrated in in our sourcing and our ability, but everybody is in the same boat because we just don't know I had indication last week that it was going to be last week that we they were wrapping up and then once. The main prosecutor Weisberg Weisman Weisman. Sorry laughed and said he was leaving. It was kind of the indication like here we go. And and our producer DOJ was was ready was checking in with them every couple of hours has come yet. It didn't go. So I mean, we're still on on watch. And I agree that defiling about the other cooperating on other cases open to the possibility. At least that it might be awhile. So we'll get to this poll. Now Joan by USA today Suffolk university. It looks like the president saying, which is is essentially working half of all believe that the president is a victim of a witch-hunt by town of fifty to forty seven now when it comes to independent Republic of metric shows independence, also believe Trump is a is a victim of a witch-hunt fifty four forty two. I find that numbers. Amazing. I haven't seen any like that. Have you know? And I do think the longer it goes the less. You know connected. There is an ability to to whip up the firestorm because people want to either no or they want to move on. And and I think you're seeing that on Capitol Hill to think you're starting to see either other investigations that are not dealing with the the line that special counsel is going on or. You know, saying we we have to do the thanks Baidoa rock roles made his role out rose up six point one million dollars. Who had beats beats throw out of Bernie Sanders, who's in this Wisconsin poll Bernie Sanders on top by Joe Biden. But I'm just wondering Biddle rock world if he's happy with the way it went out because last week he was forced last week. And after his announcement he's forced to justify as fiction novel. Where do you where the lead? Character kills children. He's forced to explain himself because he was part of the elite hacking group in his younger days. There was story. There was kept quiet during his run for the Senate against Ted Cruz. Reuters had it and held it. And then he's tied made a joke, which I didn't find offensive, but he apologized for right away. And all of a sudden even helping with his kids. Yeah. I mean, come it's just so crazy, right? He's just. Tom if he's apologizing for that. Is it just as a reason to, hey, I'm in two cities with my wife has to do with my kids when they were younger is lot ab-. I wanna give her credit because I could be in Texas in Washington. The kids are raised in Texas. I want you explain that people understand that. Of course, everybody goes through it. And so it's something that connects people it's it shouldn't have been apologize for. And I will tell you that that's sensitivity that that kind of ultra sensitivity to apologize and to say, I'm sorry. This is hurtful or something. Is sort of the political correctness. Donald Trump tapped into in his run for the White House that you know, he kind of shattered all those norms and the people sitting at home saying, why are you for that? Donald Trump kind of obviously dealt with that on the stump. Better war has a much better launched, and then you would see on Twitter because everybody's picking up these little stories. They are you know, in the big picture of things negative stories. But he's getting them out of the way. And the bottom line is that he raised more than six million dollars in twenty four hours. Bernie Sanders had a whole cycle last year of running against Hillary Clinton. And he didn't raise that much. She was five point something. So the guy has the ability on small donations to raise money, and that actually something that Joe Biden doesn't even have so money is going to be a big concern. Whether he has the substance to go the distance or he eventually gets his answers to where he figures out what he thinks about things for a Rourke bull. See, but as far as star power and the ability to raise money, he has that I want you to hear this Eto Kifah CBS political correspondent on with Margaret Brennan on face the nation was talking about. How other candidates view beta rock and all the attention. He's getting cut seven. It was such a rollout for right? Right. I mean, people are acting like he is anointed is this going to backfire on him. Well, and I think to the to the charge that the media may have over done it. We have to remember something I made this point repeatedly are reporting this past week. You talk to every other campaign that's involved in this right now, the one name that kept coming up in private conversations was always him. Is he going to do it? Do you think he can raise eighty million dollars again? So this was them essentially goading us into saying they're they're scared of him. Very scared of him. Do you agree with that? I do I actually do I taught to candidates campaigns. You know, all of them are seeking oxygen which by the way, as an aside is is kind of. Counter to the DNC decision. Not to do a debate on Fox News. And I think that that's going to be I if I had to bet as we get down the road here every candidate is going to come on our new shows every candidate is gonna come on our our air because all of them need oxygen. They need the ability to get the sound bite out and they need eyeballs. And so I think there is a growing frustration and fear that a work is kind of like a tidal wave who maybe doesn't have all the substance that others do, but he's getting a lot of attention and a lot of push especially by the media, right, by the way. Jalen, Joe, Biden came out and had a gap almost admitting these going to be in the race. They walked it back forcing having prompting Donald Trump to talk about his low IQ at seventy eight years old with another gaffe. And I'm just wondering isn't that the perfect example of Trump and equal opportunity offender if Joe Biden was black or woman or Hispanic or Muslim they'd say is that's a dog. Whistle people. Don't understand about president. There is no dog. Whistle. Everything hit you in the face. It is as it appears. Let's just say that. I mean, he's he's just he puts it out. I think it's as he's coming to it. And I do think that it was interesting to see Biden kind of trip up and say he's running. But not yet, you know. And that indicates I think he's going to run. I did have some doubts though, as he was contemplating apparently in the Caribbean about about money. And I think that that's the big concern. It's not easy for a by nature dishes democrat to get the structure right away that somebody like Biden somebody like Bernie Sanders and now better war cast. It's just amazing to think that he's waiting if you buy your infrastructure get going, David plus went with it looks like goes with beta rox I'm wondering how many other Obama I got to bet on a rock and how insulting that is on some level by to Joe Biden met with Obama. And I think, you know, there won't be there. Won't be from President Obama an endorsement, but there will be thank like a nod behind the scenes, especially if you start seeing the Obama people migrate to Rourke. Absolutely and bread. Do you believe that you'll end up getting a debate will end up getting a debate? I don't know about that. I mean, the the the opposition from the far left is pretty strong and organized. But I do know that there are a lot of Democrats who come up to me all the time and say, this is such a dumb decision, we need to make our arguments on to all sides, and, you know, our news programs have the most diverse audience Republicans Democrats independents of any according to pew. And so I do think that we're going to do a number of things whether we get the official DNC debate. I don't know. But one thing if you do get it out watch it makes you. Thanks. You. Got it one. You got brew. Good luck. Tonight at six o'clock. We'll see eastern time Bret Baier special report when we come back. We'll take some calls and find out if there's indeed more to know, which I sense there is you're the Brian Kilmeade show action packed Monday. And.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"This Tuesday night, Michael Schmidt Pulitzer prize winning reporter, and one of the bylines on this latest story from the New York Times, Philip Rucker Pulitzer prize winning White House bureau chief for the Washington Post who interviewed the president among other things today Kimberly Atkins, Washington bureau chief for the Boston Herald and Frank Figliuzzi former FBI assistant director for counterintelligence who in the past has worked for and with Robert Muller. Michael I'd like to begin with you what kind of information was shared as far as, you know, by Manafort to Trump through the intermediaries of their specific, lawyers, and how did the president's. Lawyers. According to your reporting, take that information and weaponize at my word, not yours. The most significant thing we learned about this was that Mahler's. Investigators led by Andrew Weissmann were pressuring Manafort, this is according to manafort's lawyers to tell them what he knew about the 2016 Trump Tower meeting in what specifically the president new to the president know that his son was going to be meeting with Russians who were offering dirt on Hillary Clinton. And what did the president know about it afterwards? And Giuliani says that they hammered on Manafort about this Manafort who was in solitary confinement was being brought out for these interviews every few days with Weisman. Weisman Giuliani alleges is pushing Manafort to essentially a lie and say things that Manafort said were not true. Now, this is an allegation from Giuliani, but this has given sort of opened up a new front for the Trump legal team, which has launched new attacks. Now on Muller Giuliani saying to us tonight. That Muller was not overseeing Weisman properly that Weizman needs at dolts supervision now Michael in the lingo federal prosecutors when someone flips when they decide to cooperate they will say either they've chosen to work for the home team or they've joined team USA. And here's why say that was there any specific language that barred. Manafort from sharing this with team Trump or was it just considered such an outlandish thing that one would do while working for the feds. They didn't have to put it in writing. There's nothing that we know of in the agreement or legally that would have stopped this. But it's a pretty interesting phenomenon because there is essentially to people in the world who would control Paul manafort's fate one of them was Muller who if he thought Manafort had cooperated a lot could go to a judge and ask for a more lenient sentence. The other person is Donald Trump who has the power to pardon him or commute his sentence. And the question is is that why was it that Manafort was not telling the truth to Muller's investigators with this simple disagreement of facts, I saw something one way you saw another. Or was there something else going on here? Michael I got one for you one more for you than we have a couple of ravenous journalists, and at least one former fed waiting to get on the air. And that is how does it fit into the time line of known outbursts by Donald Trump vis-a-vis what he had just learned. About the status of the Muller investigation. Well about two weeks ago. Trump was prepared to send his responses to Muller after nearly a year of trying to negotiate about an interview. And what happened was was sort of three things came together. One was that they learned about the language in the Coursey plea. The other thing was is they saw the the unsealing of document in Virginia that showed that Assange had been charged and they were very surprised by this. And they didn't understand what was going on with Muller. The third thing was the Manafort stuff, the pushing of Manafort and this led that Trump team to put on the brakes and say, hey, we're not gonna send in our responses. Just yet the president's lawyers demanded a meeting with the Justice department and with Muller's team they went in and they air their concerns in Muller's team said, look, we're not out to get you. We're not plotting against you. And then the president finally sent his responses in now, Mr. Rucker of the four of us you were with. Resident most recently and that would be late today for your interview in the Oval Office. The transcript is fascinating, you found him in an expansive mood. He went after his head of the Federal Reserve. He relocated the sweeping and the cleaning of the forest floors and said, the California has particularly dirty forest floors..

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With the? Boys in the band hell I helped put. Them. On the map Well blackberry smoke that's. Not my favorite. Brand but, anyhow, so the boys are pretty good let's get back to the phones. We'll talk about charity we'll talk? About on later but p. plan to good music can online. Thirteen, let's, go ahead go ahead man, you got about four or five. Minutes band to hit on something what's part to your big, call because there's something else, that the public's gotta be aware of. Well back it's come out that Bruce Bruce or the number four guys the. Department, of Justice was in. Regular, contact. With Andrew Weissmann delete prosecutor. For Robert. Mueller which pretty. Much destroys Robert Mueller's credibility now with Weisman's one of the? Most illegal corrupt United States prosecutors in history You know he's put in the last decade alone. Fifteen, innocent people, in prison. The government said to. Pay over two, hundred twenty five million reparations to them or going, to jail because Weisman Weisman is an absolute con artists. In that deep state. Is, going crazy. Trying to bring Trump down, that's why. You know it's laughable to listen. To CNN anymore laughable to listen. To MSNBC these people. Have really lost their mind Yep there's no rationale to what they do you. Know they don't. Want to, talk, about how good America's all they want to talk about as Donald. Trump is this he's that he? Says that you know it's ironic when they talk about stormy. Daniels, and, all that and Bill Clinton, was a rapist and they love. Bill Clinton yeah but he he was he was there boy, so I mean there ain't, gonna put the bad mouth on him. But let everybody know just how corrupt this investigation is now, Bursa ORs testimony The congressional guys. Jordan and, the boys are at the conservative caucus they want all the stuff released and if the DOJ or whoever won't, release it. They're appealing to, Donald Trump, because American people's got to find out just how corrupt Komi. And the whole crew Rosenstein and Mueller and blah blah blah. And, like durch, says we. Need somebody investigating the. Investigators that's who, needs to be investigated once we get rid of, Jeff Sessions things will start the Royal happen till after. The, election yeah elections Yeah go. Ahead, Ken The dossier actually began with, Jeb Bush Donald Trump blew him up in two weeks and the Clintons bought. The dossier, with GPS Glenn Simpson they went ahead and bought that in that, was where Glenn know I mean the British spy Christopher Steele. Steele got involved in he brought in Stephan step on Halberg. Instead up Carter page he. Set up George popadopoulos he. Set up Mike Claire that was a spine. In the Trump campaign the FBI was paying. Millions, of dollars. To This. Corruptions gotta end yeah you still there Cam Okay well. He he dropped off I. Don't, know, what happened maybe, hit the. Mute button. Well hey listen to Ken got us go on so we're going, to have to take. A. Little short break anyhow right EP all. Set okay little short, break and return, right here ATF. SRP invoice list price, dealer price Toby Knapp here, if your car shopping? You've probably heard. These, terms what do. They mean. It's so confusing well it was confusing not. Anymore.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on KTRH

"Five hundred forty seven now you're on news NewsRadio seven forty KTAR HI you've. Probably heard that there's been a, tweet storms going, back and forth on. The molar investigation the president tweeting about it again by the way his press secretary. Says he's not saying that Jeff Sessions has to pull the plug. On the, Muller investigation he's just suggesting that is not all on the up and up in fact bring up the possibility of a conflict of interest for Robert. Mueller, census entire, team, that he hired, for, the rush investigation is filled with Liberal Democrats Dan Abrahams Who's an ABC. Chief legal, analyst dismissed the problem because he says well that's mood because Muller was lifelong quote unquote lifelong Republican I don't know if he was a lifelong Republican. Or, not All I know is was team? Is made up of legal analyst Rachel Hooper former Harris County prosecutor joins us let's, examine this from from strictly a legal standpoint Rachel is there a, potential, conflict of interest at work area, if, you, are investigating. A Republican in everybody on your team is a liberal Democrat I believe their. Ears and, appearance of impropriety here the first. Thing that the Ponant of the president point two, is, the fact that Muller is allegedly a Republican okay well? Let's look at Muller's action one of his first hires a man named Andrew Weisman Weisman on. Election night he was at Hillary Clinton's election night party That really who you want as your. Lead prosecutor on your team what kind of message or you spending so I think the president is correct when he says that there. Isn't a pure of impropriety on bowlers and I hate to say this but DNA should know about this because Dan Abrahams brother-in-law is on Muller's team well That's almost like an. Indictment So so are you one of those people who subscribes to the idea that for whatever reason he doesn't seem to want to do it should Jeff Sessions. Pull the plug on this I think that what Supporters of Donald Trump it any American needs to do is go. Straight to the appointment More that document it's one page it's easily found on the internet guess what Muller's job it's to investigate the Russian government's efforts interfere in our two thousand sixteen election period Then when you see the. Prosecution of Paul Manafort on an. Old case? That was. Previously rejected by the federal prosecutors that has nothing to do with our sixteen election In the world is lower and his team to win So that's. That's what the president. Is talking, about here is right what he's talking about you know this is something that was. News to me yesterday and you just referred to it the fact that this whole Manafort was investigated something, like eight years ago and they all passed on it including Rosenstein Exactly What an incredible situation we're. In, now Paul Manafort case was passed by the federal prosecutors previously rejected. Prosecution and now here we. Are he's walked up during his trial and somehow they're trying to draw some connection between Paul manafort's alleges this deed and our, president and it's This is just about putting the screws. To Paul Manafort isn't it exactly and the judge has called the, prosecutors out on the judge has said all y'all are interested in. Is is trying to make the president look. Bad that's what, you're trying to do here and and hopefully these jurors will see through there I think jurors. Are generally very smart and see what's? Going on and I appreciate the presents for bringing this information to? The, people now this. Is kind of a heady question but. I mean everyone who's an officer of the cord is sworn to uphold the constitution, and to see Justice does this ring of Justice to you this. Whole mess that we've been. In for the last eighteen months no not at all and let's go back to Dan Abrahams why did Danny Bronx disclosed the, fact that His brother-in-law's on Muller's and he's out there claiming bowlers great, this team is great there's no bias well Dan Abrahams sister was an appointed. Or is an appointed federal judge appointed. By Barack Obama so there is bias and prejudice. In in in people's hearts but when it's opening obvious like with, Andrew Weisman the pit bull Muller's team who attended Hillary Clinton's election. Night party this just can't be a prosecutor. Should not have, opening obvious bias and that is Muller and his team Rachel thank you so much good to. Hear from you legal analyst racial Hooper? Former Harris County prosecutor joining us your NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h? Down, to get to. Traffic and weather for the golden to. What's going on out there with Julie hardy The delay if you're on the Sam Houston the. East side of town and you're trying to head north anywhere from Crenshaw to about vista road that's where the delays I'm going to check and, see if you can't find out what's going on, through, their, otherwise we're in pretty good shape on those roadways I'm not seeing any big. Problems on, forty five. North freeway as you're coming in from two forty two to downtown. Just over half hour the Katy freeway that whole stretch from the grand Parkway twenty six. And. A half miles all. The way into..

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Defend himself with they imprisoned him reaching out to somebody to see if they testify against him as telephone call didn't even go through to the person and so they fouled obstruction of justice charges against him based on those efforts to reach a couple of different people to see if they testify they will do their own witnesses are so he didn't know they were going to be government with us it's the biggest setup i've ever seen and once they got him in prison than they started recording all of his phone calls because you have no reasonable expectation of privacy in prison at all so anything he says to try to make his family not worry about him or whatever they're using against them it's unfathomable you were in the department of justice ten years how unusual on the white collar criminal with fences financial crimes allegedly that took place more than a decade ago to treat someone like this and put them in style solitary confinement how unusual is that it's very unusual i can't think of a time when i've ever seen it before and this is much the judges responsibility as it is whitesman and mahler's they'll try every dirty trick they can try but the judge should have had enough but not take their bait or at least demand real hearing an evidentiary hearing on the issues before putting him in custody pretrial i mean it really makes it extremely difficult to conduct his defense he really needs to be meeting with his attorneys even if he's reviewed discovery on his own computer or whatever and the prison or one they let him use he still needs to meet with us lawyers and go over things more than once it's it's extremely onerous and the whole thing is designed simply to break in the federal government's not after paul manafort or robert gauge thereafter trump and it's amazing that trump's department of justice is after trump yes it really is extraordinary lastly what about robert muller whitey bulger because i had a guest on a couple of months ago that said robert muller and when he was us attorney in charge of the whitey bulger matter in boston knew that there were four innocent men locked up in federal prison and he kept him locked up i have heard that too and no lawyers who were involved in that directly i have not read those fouls myself but i know they are extremely upset about it and feel like you know people died in prison who were innocent and the whole thing was extremely badly handled smaller has been protecting weisman weisman's entire career he brought him back from enron to be general counsel at the fbi making a boatload of money at the public expense yeah well how do we got about a minute remaining sydney power turney author of licensed to lie exposing corruption the department adjust how's this going to play out kid can you look in your crystal ball and gives us any hope because after after tonight i have less hope than i had before well no i mean i hope there's more going on behind the scenes from we're aware of it there's not i would think that sometime within the next few months even more heads are gonna roll i mean i think we need to start over at the doj and the fbi i've given mr ray all the time i can possibly give him between his smirk residents work peter strokes merck all three of them need to be fired i mean that just reflects some kind of an inside evil that is beyond measure and shows disdain and contempt for the public and the representatives in congress that have the oversight responsibility for department of justice we're just not where we need to be and.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on WTVN

"Defend himself with they imprisoned him for reaching out to somebody to see if they testify against him his telephone call what didn't even go through to the person and so they filed obstruction of justice charges against him based on those efforts to reach a couple of different people to see if they testify they will tell him who their own witnesses are so he didn't know they were going to be government with us it's the biggest setup i've ever seen and once they've got him in prison than they started recording all of his phone calls because you have no reasonable expectation of privacy in prison at all so anything he says to try to make his family not worry about him or whatever they're using against them i it's unfathomable you were in the department of justice ten years how unusual is on a white collar criminal with offenses financial crimes allegedly that took place more than a decade ago to treat someone like this and put them in solitary confinement how unusual is that it's very unusual i can't think of a time when i've ever seen it before this is much the judges responsibility as it is weisman and marcel try every dirty trick they can try but the judge should have had enough but not take their bait or at least demand a real hearing and evidentiary hearing on the issues before putting him in custody pretrial i mean it really makes it extremely difficult to conduct his defense he really needs to be meeting with his attorneys even if he reviewed discovery on his own computer or whatever and the prison or one day let him use he still needs to meet with us lawyers and go over things more than once it's it's extremely onerous and the whole thing is designed simply to break in the federal government's not have to paul manafort or robert gauge thereafter trump and it's amazing that trump's department of justice is after trump yes it it really is extraordinarily all right lastly what about robert muller whitey bulger because i had a guest on a couple of months ago that said robert muller and when he was us attorney in charge of the whitey bulger matter in boston knew that there were four innocent men locked up in federal prison and he kept him locked up i have heard that too and no lawyers who were involved in that directly i have not read those files myself but i know they are extremely upset about it and feel like you know people died in prison who were innocent and the whole thing was extremely badly handled smaller has been protecting weisman weisman's entire career he brought him back from enron to be general counsel at the fbi making a boatload of money at the public expense yeah well how we got about a minute remaining sydney power attorney author of licensed to lie exposing corruption the department just house is gonna play out kid can you look in your crystal ball and give any hope because what after tonight i have less hope than i had before well i know i mean i hope there's more going on behind the scenes from we're aware of if there's not i would think that sometime within the next few months even more heads are gonna roll i mean i think we need to start over at the doj and the fbi i've given mr ray all the time i can possibly give him between his smirk rosenstein smirking peter strokes smirk all three of them need to be fired i mean that just reflects some kind of an inside evil that is beyond measure and shows disdain and contempt for the public and the representatives in congress that has the oversight responsibility for department of justice we're not where we need to be and they're hiding the.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Lawyers go over things more than once it's it's extremely onerous and the whole thing is designed simply to break in the federal government's not after paul manafort or robert gates thereafter trump and it's amazing that trump's department of justice is after trump yes it really is extraordinary all right lastly what about robert muller whitey bulger because i had a guest on a couple of months ago that said robert muller and when he was us attorney in charge of the whitey bolger matter in boston knew that there were four innocent men locked up in federal prison and he kept him locked up i have heard that too and the lawyers who were involved in that directly i have not read those fouls myself but i know they are extremely upset about it and feel like you know people died in prison who were innocent and the whole thing was extremely badly handled smaller has been protecting weisman weisman's entire career he brought him back from enron to be general counsel at the fbi making a boatload of money at the public expense yeah well how do we got about a minute remaining sydney power attorney author of licensed to lie exposing corruption the department adjust how's this going to play out kid can you look in your crystal ball gives us any hope because after after tonight i have less hope than i had before well no i mean i hope there's more going on behind the scenes from we're aware of if there's not i would think that sometime within the next few months even more heads are gonna roll i mean i think we need to start over at the o j and the fbi i've given mr ray all the time i can possibly give him between his smirk residents smirking peter strokes smirk all three of them need to be fired i mean that just reflects some kind of an inside evil that is beyond measure and shows disdain and contempt for the public and the representatives in congress that have the oversight responsibility for department of justice we're not where we need to be and they're.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To somebody to see if they testify against him his telephone call what didn't even go through to the person and so they've filed obstruction of justice charges against him based on those efforts to reach a couple of different people to see if they testify they will tell him who their own witnesses are so he didn't know they were going to be government witnesses and it's the biggest setup i've ever seen and once they've got him in prison than they started recording all of his phone calls because you have no reasonable expectation of privacy in prison at all so anything he says to try to make his family not worry about him or whatever they're using against them i it's unfathomable while you were in the department of justice ten years how unusual is on the white collar criminal with offenses financial crimes allegedly that took place more than a decade ago to treat someone like this and put them in solitary confinement how unusual is that it's very unusual i can't think of a time when i've ever seen before and this is much the judges responsibility as it is weisman and moller they'll try every dirty trick they can try but the judge should have had enough but not take their bait or at least demand real hearing evidentiary hearing on the issues before putting him in custody pretrial i mean it really makes it extremely difficult to conduct his defense he really needs to be meeting with his attorneys even if he reviewed discovery on his own computer or whatever and the prison or one they let him use he still needs to meet with us lawyers and go over things more than once it's it's extremely onerous and the whole thing is designed simply to break in the federal government's not after paul manafort or robert gates thereafter trump and it's amazing that trump's department of justice is after trump yes it really is extraordinary all right lastly what about robert muller whitey bolger because i had a guest on a couple of months ago that said robert muller and when he was us attorney in charge of the whitey bolger matter in boston knew that there were four innocent men locked up in federal prison and he kept him locked up i have heard that too and lawyers to were involved in that directly i have not read those fouls myself but i know they are extremely upset about it and feel like you know people died in prison who were innocent and the whole thing was extremely badly handled smaller has been protecting weisman weisman's entire career he brought him back from enron to be general counsel at the fbi making a boatload of money at the public expense yeah well how do we got about a minute remaining sydney power attorney author of licensed to lie exposing corruption the department just house gonna play out kid can you look in your crystal ball gives us any hope because what after after tonight i have less hope than i had before well no i mean i hope there's more going on behind the scenes from we're aware off if there's not i would think that sometime within the next few months even more heads are gonna roll i mean i think we need to start over at the o j and the fbi i've given mr ray all the time i can possibly give him between his smirk rosenstein smirking peter strokes smirk all three of them need to be fired i mean that just reflects some kind of an inside evil that is beyond measure and shows disdain and contempt for the public and the representatives in congress that has the oversight responsibility for department of justice we're not where we need to be in they're hiding the.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Go over things more than once it's it's extremely onerous and the whole thing is designed simply to break in the federal government's not after paul manafort or robert gates thereafter trump and it's amazing that trump's department of justice is after trump yes it really is extraordinary lastly what about robert muller whitey bulger because i had a guest on a couple of months ago that said robert muller and when he was us attorney in charge of the whitey bulger matter in boston knew that there were four innocent men locked up in federal prison and he kept him locked up i have heard that too and no lawyers to were involved in that directly i have not read those fouls myself but i know they are extremely upset about it and feel like you know people died in prison who were innocent and the whole thing was extremely badly handled smaller has been protecting weisman weisman's entire career he brought him back from enron to be general counsel at the fbi making a boatload of money at the public expense yeah well how do we got about a minute remaining sydney power attorney author of licensed to lie exposing corruption the department of just how's this going to play out kid can you look in your crystal ball gives us any hope because what after after tonight i have less hope that i had before well no i mean i hope there's more going on behind the scene from we're aware of if there's not i would think that sometime within the next few months even more heads are gonna roll i mean i think we need to start over at the oj and the fbi i've given mr ray all the time i can possibly give him between his smirk rosenstein smirking peter strokes smirk all three of them need to be fired i mean that just reflects some kind of an inside evil that is beyond measure and shows disdain and contempt for the public and the representatives in congress that have the oversight responsibility for department of justice we're just not where we need to be and they're.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Prison or one day letting us he still needs to meet with us lawyers and go over things more than once it's it's extremely onerous and the whole thing is designed simply to break in the federal government's not after paul manafort or robert gates thereafter trump and it's amazing that trump's department of justice is after trump yes it really is extraordinary all right lastly what about robert muller whitey bulger because i had a guest on a couple of months ago that said robert muller and when he was us attorney in charge of the whitey bulger matter in boston knew that there were four innocent men locked up in federal prison and he kept him locked up i have heard that too and no lawyers who were involved in that directly i have not read those fouls myself but i know they are extremely upset about it and feel like you know people died in prison who were innocent and the whole thing was extremely badly handled lawler has been protecting weisman weisman's entire career taught him back from enron to be general counsel at the fbi making a boatload of money at the public expense yeah well how do we got about a minute remaining sydney power attorney author of licensed to lie exposing corruption the department of just how's this going to play out kid can you look in your crystal ball and give us any hope because what after after tonight i have less hope than i had before well i know i mean i hope there's more going on behind the scenes from we're aware of if there's not i would think that sometime within the next few months even more head they're gonna roll i mean i think we need to start over at the oj and the fbi i've given mr ray all the time i can possibly give him between his smirk rose saints smirk and peter strokes smirk all three of them need to be fired i mean that just reflects some kind of an inside evil that it's beyond measure and shows disdain and contempt for the public and the representatives in congress that have the oversight responsibility for department of justice we're just not where we need to be and they're.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Time when i've ever seen before and this is much the judges responsibility as it is whitesman muller's they'll try every trick they can try but the judge should have had enough but not take their fate or at least demand a real hearing and evidentiary hearing on the issues before putting him in custody pretrial i mean it really makes it extremely difficult to conduct has defense he really needs to be meeting with his attorneys even if he reviewed discovery on his own computer or whatever and the prison or one they let him use he still needs to meet with us lawyers go over things more than once it's it's extremely onerous and the whole thing is designed simply to break in the federal government's not after paul manafort or robert gates thereafter trump and it's amazing that trump's department of justice is after trump yes it really is extraordinary all right lastly what about robert muller whitey bolger because i had a guest on a couple of months ago that said robert muller and when he was us attorney in charge of the whitey bulger matter in boston knew that there were four innocent men locked up in federal prison and he kept him locked up i have heard that too and lawyers who were involved in that directly i have not read those fouls myself but i know they are extremely upset about it and feel like you know people died in prison who were innocent and the whole thing was extremely badly handled muller has been protecting weisman weisman's entire career he brought him back from enron to be general counsel at the fbi making a boatload of money at the public expense yep well how do we got about a minute remaining sydney power attorney author of licensed to lie exposing corruption the department of just how how's this gonna play out kid can you look in your crystal ball and gives us any hope because after after tonight i have less hope than i had before well no i mean i hope there's more going on behind the scenes than we're aware of if there's not i would think that sometime within the next few months even more heads are gonna roll i mean i think we need to start over at the doj and the fbi i've given mr ray all the time i can possibly give him between his smirk rosenstein smirking peter strokes smirk all three of them need to be fired i mean that just reflects some kind of an inside evil that that's beyond measure and shows disdain and contempt for the public and the representatives in congress that has the oversight responsibility for department of justice we're just not where we need to be and they're hiding the ball.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Imprisoned him reaching out to somebody to see if they testify against him his telephone call didn't even go through to the person and so they filed obstruction of justice charges against him based on those efforts to reach a couple of different people to see if they testify they won't tell him who their own witnesses are so he didn't know they were going to be government witnesses it's the biggest setup i've ever seen and once they got him in prison than they started recording all of his phone calls because you have no reasonable expectation of privacy in prison at all so anything he says to try to make his family not worry about him or whatever they're using against them it's unfathomable you were in the department of justice ten years how unusual is on the white collar criminal with fences financial crimes allegedly that took place more than a decade ago to treat someone like this and put them in solitary confinement how unusual is that it's very unusual i can't think of a time when i've ever seen it before then this is much the judges responsibility as it is weisman and mahler's they'll try every trick they can try but the judge should have had enough but not take their bait or at least demand real hearing and evidentiary hearing on the issues before putting him in custody pretrial i mean it really makes it extremely difficult to conduct has the fancy really needs to be meeting with his attorneys even if he gets reviewed discovery on his own computer or whatever and the prison or one they let him use he still needs to meet with his lawyers and go over things more than once it's it's extremely onerous and the whole thing is designed simply to break in the federal government's not after paul manafort or robert gates thereafter trump and it's amazing that trump's department of justice has after trump yes it really is extraordinary all right lastly what about robert muller whitey bulger because i had a guest on a couple of months ago that said robert muller and when he was us attorney in charge of the whitey bolger matter in boston knew that there were four innocent men locked up in federal prison and he kept him locked up i have heard that too and no lawyers who were involved in that directly i have not read those fouls myself but i know they are extremely upset about it and feel like you know people died in prison who were innocent and the whole thing was extremely badly handled molar has been protecting weisman weisman's entire career he brought him back from enron to be general counsel at the fbi making a boatload of money at the public expense yeah well how do we got about a minute remaining sydney power attorney author of licensed to lie exposing corruption the department of justice how's this going to play out kid can you look in your crystal ball gives us any hope because what after after tonight i have less hope than i had before well i no i mean i hope there's more going on behind the scenes we're aware of if there's not i would think that sometime within the next few months even more heads are gonna roll i mean i think we need to start over at the doj and the fbi i've given mr ray all the time i can possibly give him between his smirk whereas saint smirking peter strokes smirk all three of them need to be fired win that just reflects some kind of inside evil that is beyond measure and shows disdain and contempt for the public and the representatives in congress that has the oversight responsibility for department of justice we're just not where we need to be and they're hiding the ball from every direction i would encourage people to go oh to.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Am six thirty should students in montgomery county schools get chinese new year off we'll take up that issue as it appears to be something very seriously contemplated right now by your elected officials in montgomery county of course you know then that means it's fairfax county loudon county prince william county in arlington and the district can prince george's county so we'll take it up at the bottom of this hour also some new information about the socialist darling oh cossio cortez apparently she's not the gal from the bronx she i lead democrats to believe when she was running in the primary not that it matters now she got the nomination we'll explain coming up in a few moments but joining us right now to talk about the muller investigation and the cast of characters you'll find within his city powell she's the attorney and author of licensed ally exposing corruption in the justice department and and thank you for joining us sitting my pleasure layer anytime well you know every time i hear this name andrew weissmann i think of you i hope that i hope you don't mind that no anybody's read license lies way no book on mr weisman weisman of course has a checkered past in a bad history with the truth and trumped up charges and bullying tactics from the justice department toward innocent americans but that didn't stop robert muller from choosing him as his lead investigative attorney on the special counsel's investigation but now we've got this story about him briefing reporters or getting debrief from reporters prior to muller even being named what is this all about well mr weisman has long used and abused the press for his own purposes so i was not surprised about that at all in fact during the enron trowels even sit with his arm around houston reporter mary flood in the courtroom and she was lead reporter for all that so yes he's always works the press his advantage usually to convict people well before trial and the court of public opinion because all the information you here for months and months that's how guilty somebody is and those are weisman's leaks well i'm sure he was doing the same thing here well listen it's one thing when you've brought charges and a trial is imminent and you're in the middle of the trial for crying out loud according to this story at the daily caller from chuck ross this meeting occurred even before there was a special counsel named i i mean that's that's part of it too that's their standard operating procedure because i think this was going on well before muller was chosen but i think weisman and mahler and komi and rosenstein contemplated muller being special counsel long before he was actually chosen to i think the whole special counsel thing is part of the insurance policy that page and stroke we're talking about near text messages so you don't go from being a big mocking a private law firm overnight to becoming special counsel it had the groundwork had been laid before that and if we could ever get the emails between department of justice people and like muller comey weisman and rosenstein i think we would see that trail that now give me a little background here what was andrew weissmann job in april of twenty seventeen when this meeting with a p reporters took place he was head of the fraud section in the department of justice leslie caldwell who's also in licensed ally one of the lead villains brought him back to the fraud section when she came back as assistant attorney general for the criminal division under loretta lynch okay they were all in this up to their eyeballs and lynch and and caldwell and weisman also go back to a stint in the eastern district of new york together so so now weisman working for the justice department has a private meeting with four reported from the and it's been reported up to this point that the bulk of this meeting was actually the ap reporters giving information they had about paul manafort to mr weisman which is a whole question about journalistic ethics but is is is there any doubt in your mind that that part of this meeting had to do with weisman than funneling leaks and information about this investigation to the reporters no that's a standard operating procedure and i'm sure he used them and both to taint the public perception against manafort image just like they did fusion gps did with christopher steele and assorted news outlets to start the russia collusion narrative this was like.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"When it more from the piece about jeannie from victor davis hanson she was another significant donor the clinton campaign effort and she was another muller attorney who had represented someone deeply involved in a recent clinton scandal oh what scandal is that what's scan though is and jeannie re again a member of muller special counsel had recently represented not only the clinton foundation also represented by cathy rumour white house lawyer for barack obama who also worked with andy weissman on the enron case ramler weisman brummer weisman weisman re weisman seb sadly viessmann democrat donor so the clinton foundation's now represented by two lawyers follow me the clinton foundation is represented by two lawyers both are connected to muller and his investigation the clinton foundation's represented by jeannie re who is now on the special counsel investigating trump yes but don't worry joe again muller's good guy he is he is he he snake eyes to the storm shadow for you gi joe fads muller's a good guy are you seriously you nuts jeannie re represented the clinton foundation who else represented the clinton foundation catherine ramler obama's lawyer catherine rum lower worked with andy weissman and bob muller on the enron case yes i said that right obama's lawyer worked with andy weisman the guy leading the special counsel and bob muller on the enron case nothing to see here folks don't you worry muller's going to clean this right up he has no conflicts at all we like to keep it on in the new game.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Muller was the fbi director weisman was at the department of justice whitesman is currently the bulldog on the special counsel case chasing down the trump team muller worked with rum ler they know each other muller worked with weisman weisman worked with ramler on the enron task force rumours the white house fixer irs benghazi celinda the clinton foundation susan rice george nader she's involved with all of these people as a legal representative the perfect person to sweep all of this away muller also has worked with monaco and susan rice muller excuse me grumbler ramblers representing susan rice lisa monaco obama's homeland security advisor replace brennan brennan who propagated the cia myth while he was there that trump colluded with the russians and urged harry reid to get the fbi to investigate trump she replaced brennan she's in the washington post piece advocating for this this myth that trump colluded with the russians monaco worked with muller she worked as one of his counselors she was his chief of staff the person who replaced her at the national security division john carlin was muller's chief of staff they signed off on the information used to go after trump that was false monaco worked on the enron task force with andy weissman and white house counselor to obama catherine ramler weisman's now going after trump for muller please tell me again how muller's the good guy listen i'm going to wrap it up with this thought right i spent.

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"weisman weisman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"weisman weisman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Collusion is dead and that piece of crap deputy of his weisman weisman so here we are really really a tragedy and because the republicans who run the senate and the republicans who run the house are so incompetent not only are they going to seek to protect robert muller and rod rosenstein it's rosenstein not rosenstein that's what he calls himself rosenstein or frankenstein one or the other but they handed the democrats everything they want it in the last budget which may well likely will cost them the congress and they cost trump his presidency it is sickening beyond belief to witness this it is sickening beyond belief to witness this you have somebody like mitch mcconnell in there he just hangs on and hangs on no matter how much destruction he brings to the republican party please paul ryan's decided to parachute out.

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