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Fresh update on "doj" discussed on The Rewatchables
"So there you go on that another staged whereas basketball post nineteen eighty because henry hill. Kinda murdered it. Never the same. That was my favorite team growing up. that cross. that was a real. They really through that game rate lethal again. Yes trade thing. Catch up on pasta. Just please out there with sejour desserts. Boogie nights is kind of ripped off the janus apartment. Seen a tiny bit. I feel like along with many other. Yeah typically when dirt brings. Everybody is like it's by doj and it's just very on the james apartment corner it kind of bugs me. Every time i watch genesis department. I mean think about the shape and structure of boogie nights. It's the same thing it's like. This world through one guys is is a regular kind of a guy outsider but yes as an outsider mostly room for both montage dolly zooms all over the place. Slow mo soundtrack though. Yeah yeah i mean. There's like incredible wonders going into the club. Which is just like going into the copacabana. I mean so many things that are similar. Don't get me wrong. Boogie nights is one of my favorite films of all time. But it is an overt. Oh mosh to goodfellas it. S the janus. The definitely she even like says one designers name a little wrong right right like Like dirk With the what is the name of the furniture the couch. She has yes. She talks about the couch around all right movie. Nerd section one second. I have one other thing. That's the worst trafficking cocaine on commercial airlines so much harder she just has a bunch of kilos and her baby bag with lucky hat. And she's like i gotta go from. Pittsburgh wasn't actually that easy i. I don't think they checked your bags. I mean i don't. I honestly don't really remember a whole lot of like security before nine. Eleven i guess i age wise. I wouldn't remember but how much how much weight did you move in the eighties. I'll tell you this and the dated a girl who moved to chicago and there was like at least two times were last-second went to go. See her just it was. I felt like i could have brought anything on the plane and it would have been fine. Bought the ticket last minute brought the suitcase. Just didn't just threw it up over the thing and it could add anything in. It was so easy was kind of a i mean i believe it. I all right. Let's take one more break. And then we gotta do Moving.
Fresh update on "doj" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"There's a way that they're doing this way they're framing. This is to create a perception of the extremist enemy within which transfers over into suppression efforts against Republicans Trump supporters of conservatives. It's very obvious what they're doing. And I would just want to know why we're looking at Marxism in the military, which Is a large federal government funded institution, like many others, where yet has in a spree decor in a history that brings all Americans together and is one of the few institutions in American public life that People have a real love and devotion to and want to support. But it's also a large federal bureaucracy. And we know what happens to those overtime. If you have enough leftist enough Marxist, they seize control. They seize power, and they take them over. They've done this largely within the DOJ. They've done this in the CIA. I can tell you that they've done it in the intelligence community, and they are in the process of doing in the United States military as well. That should make everybody very concerned. And when you talk about it as a military member, now you could get fired. And we can all see that That's because they don't want the truth to come out because the people that believe this wanted to they believe in Marxism they wanted to continue until it's too late. This is the game. The left always plays. What? What Marxism? There's no Marxism. There's no socialist when you're talking about and then eventually it's Yeah, That's right. We were marked us all along. What are you going to do about it now were in charge. We run things. Not only do we have all the bureaucrats, but now we've got a lot of guys with guns, too. That's the.
Fresh update on "doj" discussed on The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy
"I mean, if you're wondering, has three United States military been taken over at some level by Marxism and leftist dogma. Don't ever forget that back in February. General I'm sorry. Secretary defense. Former General Austin Secretary defense ordered all military service is to have a one day standoff stand down to talk about extremism in the ranks. Uh, and as part of that, and Lo mire, the author of this book, and the guy just got fired, said he was given a book that cited the January 6th capital riot as extremism. But did not mention the civil disobedience and riots. After George Fluid. Gee, that doesn't seem partisan on all does it? Yes, you see the the efforts to paint the January six riot as some serious insurrection instead of a bunch of Bozo's running into a building, taking photos of themselves in the capital. The and I know that the American greatness has video where they say that some of the Capitol police We're essentially waving in some people to say OK, you can come in and look at stuff or whatever. Uh, there's a way that they're doing this way they're framing. This is to create a perception of the extremist enemy within which transfers over into suppression efforts against Republicans Trump supporters of conservatives. It's very obvious what they're doing. And I would just want to know why we're looking at Marxism in the military, which Is a large federal government funded institution, like many others, where yet has in a spree decor in a history that brings all Americans together and is one of the few institutions in American public life that People have a real love and devotion to and want to support. But it's also a large federal bureaucracy. And we know what happens to those overtime. If you have enough leftist enough Marxist, they seize control. They seize power, and they take them over. They've done this largely within the DOJ. They've done this in the CIA. I can tell you that they've done it in the intelligence community, and they are in the process of doing in the United States military as well. That should make everybody very concerned. And when you talk about it as a military member, now you could get fired. And we can all see that That's because they don't want the truth to come out because the people that believe this wanted to they believe in Marxism they wanted to continue until it's too late. See, this is the game. The left always plays. What? What Marxism? There's no Marxism. There's no socialist what he talking about, And then eventually it's Yeah, That's right. We were marked us all along. What are you going to do about it now were in charge. We run things. Not only do we have all the bureaucrats, but now we've got a lot of guys with guns, too. That's the game. They're playing, folks. Don't forget it. Next up here. The GOP leadership fight ended with Liz Cheney getting ousted, but she's continuing to push against all things Trump. Where was she on? Another big lie? We need to talk about that's.
Fresh update on "doj" discussed on John Howell
"It was on the state. May 17th 1965 that your Federal Bureau of Investigation Saved America from the scourge of pornography and obscenity. Thistles. Why I'm a big fan of the deep state and the FBI based on an outcry from parents who allow their kids to listen to stations like Double the LS The FBI launched a formal investigation in 1964. Into pornographic lyrics. The investigation finally concluded May 17th 1965 when the FBI laboratory declared the lyrics to be officially Unintelligible. They don't know it was clean. 30 couldn't figure it out. Nobody will ever know what started the rumors. These lyrics were dirty. I think And I don't care if I ever hear this song ever again in my life, but I believe the lyrics revolved around a sailor. From the Caribbean had nothing to do with brandy. You're a fine girl. What a wonderful wife. You would be those lyrics. I understand. But these lyrics revolve around a sailor from the Caribbean, lamenting to a bartender. About missing his love. We think The record was recorded in crummy, crummy conditions. That's an understatement. One take as recorded in 63, then you know, he even stations like the big 89 started playing the record and 64. And immediately, parents wrote to the DOJ and the FBI launched an investigation. The DOJ began receiving letters like the one addressed to Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy dated January 30th 1964. Kids of private loosely addict beyond E. Who do you turn to when your teenage daughter buys and brings home pornographic and obscene materials being sold in every city village and record shop in the nation? That's how the letter began. It went on to make a specific assertions that the lyrics of this record were so filthy that they could not enclose them in the letter. So Robert Kennedy handed it off to the FBI and said, work on it over the course of the next two years. The FBI gathered many versions of the song They interviewed the man who wrote the song. They interviewed the engineer that recorded the song They interviewed officials of the record company that released the song. They turn the record over to audio experts in the FBI laboratory, who then played and replayed the song at 75, rpm 45 rpm 33 a third rpm and even slower speeds in an effort to determine whether in fact it was pornography of pornographic. And also that the slower speeds they wanted to find out of Paul was dead. What about that might be a different upside is different record. So we're trying to determine if it was pornographic and therefore whether it's sale was a violation of the federal interstate transportation of Obscene material Law. And the FBI finally determined on this date, the 17th of May 1965 after two years. That it was just unintelligible at any speed pairing the lyric that was causing all the consternation was this one? A fine little girl. She wait for me, but it came out sounding like Fluffing me her duck over me. God's.
Dogecoin Is Pass, but Student Notes Are Big Business
"This weekend elon. Musk failed to help doj points value after it fell sharply down his appearance on the snl program doj has since recovered some but the traders who were hoping for a free set of gains certainly got the opposite as far as the s. and l. at go cz. Do you need to watch it. The answer is no. I watch me last night and as long as it turns out does have many talents. Comedy is not one of them and that certainly showed up during the program the weekend update crew dig a couple of jokes and kind of alonzo. Expensive i was topical funny but the rest of it was pretty blah in by the doj coin is now there's a new thing other college shiba inu coin get another dog themed cryptocurrency and it is shooting much much much higher over the last day or so the reason for this is pretty clear if cryptos some of them are going to be stores of value instead of currencies or development platforms matters really is how much other folks value them and apparently there are a lot of people out there willing to wager that there are more folks like them willing to wager even more and thus she acquaint goes to the moon. There's an economic theory about all that it turns out
Judge Orders Release of DOJ Memo Justifying Not Prosecuting Trump
"Judge in dc ordered the justice department to release a document that they've been trying to keep secret for years. Now it's the document. The justice department drew up to justify not bringing criminal charges against then president donald trump for obstruction of justice. Judge amy berman jackson and her blistering ruling this week said that trump attorney general bill barr and other trump justice department officials had essentially lied to the public and lied to the court about bars decision. That trump wouldn't be prosecuted despite the muller investigation laying out more than ten potentially criminal instances in which the president acted to obstruct the investigation into russia. Interfering in the two thousand sixteen election to help trump win the presidency of the justice department is under very very very new management. It's going to be interesting to see if the justice department. Now under attorney-general merrick garland follows judge jackson's ruling and releases document about not prosecuting trump. Or will they appeal to continue the trump justice department's efforts to keep that documents secret. The clock is ticking. On that we've been watching this every day. Now because they've got less than two weeks to either file that appeal or let that document see the light of day and in either case it's to be a really big deal. If we do see that document and as the judge hinted in her ruling it turns out that bar and the trump justice department never substantively considered the evidence evidence against trump if it turns out the evidence that trump committed obstruction was just ignored. Well that puts a very hot potato. In the lap of the new justice department leadership under president biden as to whether they might pursue those charges against trump nail
Dogecoin’s Value Is Soaring. Is It Time to Take It Seriously?
"Another day another doj coin. We can't help but mention this going back ever so slightly today. If you put a thousand dollars in doj coin on january first of this year right now on may six it would be worth one hundred and twenty thousand dollars the nights i was thinking about it in light of what we used to say about market for stocks when they look high. And we'd say you know on any given day when a certain number of shares changed hands and that it if you multiply the the all the outstanding shares by that price you get to that market cap but if everybody's sets decided to sell. I just don't think it's really there and that's kind of what i think about doj point i. It's that many that's at least my explanation for how it can be eighty billion dollars. Maybe really not eighty billion dollars. That's where it is on any given day. That's a demand that's the leaning meeting could vaporize overnight. Meaning i don't think you can just say it really does have a market cap bigger than most of the major corporations in this country. Did you see on drudge. They had no regrets that they had the middle finger. One two okay. I see what he hit giving the middle finger at the establishment and that that made it. So that's all part of it and then you gotta deal on. Musk so i also make way you can't buy. You can't buy all of the doj coin altogether at a premium. Nobody's doing that. Unlike a company and one of the reason why you care about market cap is because extensively somebody could buy the whole company. Yeah premium that can't happen it doesn't it doesn't work that way
Judge Says Bill Barr Was Misleading on Trump Obstruction
"Of a document that the Justice Department used when it declined to charge. Former President Trump with obstruction. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports that the judge is raising questions about misrepresentations to the court Judge Jamie Berman Jackson delivered a victory for the nonprofit citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington crew. Crew sued to get a copy of the memo that Trump Justice Department cited when it decided not to indict the former president for interfering with the probe by special counsel Robert Mueller. Judge Jackson has now reviewed the document, and she says it appears the Trump DOJ had already decided not to charge the former president with a crime. She says some of their explanations were misleading and incomplete. A spokesman for new leaders at the Biden Justice Department declined comment. The DOJ has two weeks to respond in court. Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington The former Minneapolis
'Digital Gold': Visa Bets Big on Cryptocurrency
"What's going on guys. It is wednesday april twenty eight and today we're talking about recent comments from bcc. O- on crypto but first. Let's do the brief. I the brief today. Ilan pumps does again. Okay okay alone we get it you like. Does you think it would be hilarious. If does became the reserve currency of the intergalactic federation because nature loves irony. We understand but you can still choose to stop early this morning on tweeted the doj father. Snl may eighth now. You would think. At this point the ability for something like this to pump. The price of this mean coin would be nil but ono that is not the case. The thing is it doesn't matter that many other parts of the crypto industry now have prices that go up or down more or less based on things like broad trajectories macaroni arif's and market structure based reasons does is pure play on a me that means that the relevant game isn't what should happen. It's what do you expect. Other people think will happen right now. Alon tweeting about doj. Sending dodge's price up is the easiest reflexive medic bet in the market and it just keeps working does was up twenty percent over thirty one cents per coin and as an aside apparently does coin mining revenue is up like forty five hundred percent this year as well so anyways one other ilan related thing. Yesterday's episode was all about alternative takes on tesla's bitcoin selling well. I read another great one yesterday evening. From our sarah's who describes themselves as an ip slash corporate attorney who recently became a bitcoin maxi. It's a quick thread. So i'm going to just actually read right here. A short threat on tesla selling ten percent of their btc. The sale in order to demonstrate liquidity is a totally legitimate action. On their part. It looks as this move may have been premeditated by elon. Musk defanged shareholder derivative lawsuits. Master had the ability to announce their intention before buying and give their shareholders. Time to be bought out at a premium.
Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Louisville Policing Practices
"Department announcing an investigation into the Louisville Metro Police Department. Here is a B C's. There in Qatar ski Following the year of outrage over the police shooting of Briana Taylor, the Justice Department began and invest. Negation into whether Louisville police have a history of discriminatory policing a step Welcome by Mayor Greg Fischer. The recommendations of this DOJ review will help us continue to pursue our efforts. Hard being the bullet Best Police department in America. The investigation will review training, examine use of force stops and seizures and how the department conducts search warrants like the one that led to the death of Taylor. The city settled with her family for $12 million and took other steps toward reform.
DOJ Investigates Minneapolis Police Over Possible Patterns of Excessive Force
"Justice department is opening sweeping investigation into policing practices in minneapolis. After a former officer was convicted. In the killing. Of george floyd attorney. General merrick garland on wednesday. The justice department was already investigating whether chauvin and the other officers involved in floyd's death violated his civil rights. Yesterday's verdict in the state criminal. Trial does not address potentially systemic policing issues in minneapolis garland said the investigation is known as a pattern or practice examining whether there is a pattern or practice of unconstitutional or unlawful policing. And we'll be a more sweeping review of the entire police department. It may result in major changes to policing in the minnesota city. It will examine the use of force by police officers including force used during protests and whether the department engages in discriminatory practices. It will also look into the department's handling of misconduct allegations and its treatment of people with behavioral health issues and we'll assess the department's current systems of accountability garlan said the minneapolis police department is also being investigated by the minnesota department of human rights. Which is looking into the police department's policies and practices over the past decade to see if it engaged in systemic discriminator
AP source: DOJ to announce Minneapolis police probe
"A person familiar with the matter has told the Associated Press that Attorney General Merrick garland is expected to announce that the justice department is opening a sweeping investigation into policing practices in Minneapolis the announcement comes a day after former officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd the justice department is already investigating whether the officers involved in Floyd's death violated his civil rights the investigation announced today is known as a pattern of practice it will be a more sweeping probe of the entire department and may result in major changes to policing there I'm surely employer
Latino Groups Want DOJ Probe of Chicago Police Shooting
"Lawyers and community leaders will ask the Department of Justice to investigate the fatal shooting of a 13 year old boy by a Chicago police officer. Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois and Pilsen lost center will call on Mer Lori Lightfoot to accelerate court supervised changes to policing in Chicago and food and foot pursuits by officers and to invest federal covert relief dollars to help young people in the neighborhood, or Adam to later lived and died.
Lawyers: DOJ defense in Trump defamation suit is 'dangerous'
"I'm Julie Walker lawyers for a woman who is suing former president trump say the U. S. justice department made a wrong and dangerous argument in seeking to defend him during trump's presidency the justice department sought to make the U. S. and not him the defendant in the Jean Carroll's lawsuit a move that would put taxpayers on the hook if she got a pay out she alleged he raped her in the mid nineties the DOJ argued his statement that she was lying and that she's not my type still within the scope of his job as president in court papers filed late Friday Carroll's lawyers said trump's comments were personal not presidential and that accepting the justice department's view would allow federal officials to slur their detractors at will the DOJ had no comment Julie Walker New York
Dogecoin Spikes 400% in a Week
"Discuss why we're talking about does coin in a bull market. Sometimes numbers go up in a way that no matter what you think about an asset. You have to ask why or at least if you don't ask why others will. Let's take a quick survey of headlines about doj from just this morning. Cnbc says does coin spikes four hundred percent of a week. Stoking fears of a cryptocurrency bubble. Cnn says does coin price soars more than one hundred percent to new record. after elon. musk business insider does coin. Price rally extends to five hundred and twenty percent over past week on tweet coin base. Newsweek says exclusive does coin investor becomes millionaire after putting life savings and demean crypto benzinga investors in disbelief as doj becomes top five crypto with forty seven billion dollar market cap. And then there's usa today not a joke anymore. Does coins surges above thirty
Biden announces executive actions to curb gun violence "epidemic"
"Biden at the White House earlier today announcing executive actions he's taking to help curb gun violence. This is an epidemic for God's sake. It has to stop. The limited steps include tightening DOJ regulations on homemade guns, along with providing more resource is for community gun violence prevention,
Seattle firefighters find man’s body amid burned wreckage of Capitol Hill house fire
"Floor. That fire was out in less than 20 minutes at a two story house on 18th Avenue. The identity of the deceased has not been released. There were no other injuries reported 21 people arrested yesterday and what the Department of Justice calls an extensive drug dealing conspiracy operation in western Washington. The DOJ says some of those arrested also owned guns that they had
The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota
"One of president biden's first moves office was to counsel the keystone. Xl pipeline indigenous. Environmental groups are calling on him to do the same for line. Three in northern minnesota lindsey weber reports. Tanya abed is a member of the mill x band of ojibway from east lake minnesota. When i spoke with her recently she was on day. Twenty one of thirty eight day hunger strike. She's protesting against the line. Three pipeline replacement project after years of undergoing minnesota's environmental review process. The canadian energy corporation and bridge began construction on the project. In december and bridge received its final permit from the minnesota pollution. Control agency at the end of twenty twenty. The pipeline replacement project will pass through two hundred lakes and streams seventy eight miles of wetlands and land belonging to the minnesota nisha knob people according to an eighteen fifty five treaty op says. She's protesting to uphold that law. Embryos has not has not received a permit from doj boy warrior society. They are lacking that and this right here right now. That's one on isn't illegal illegal. Construction the movement against line three ramped up as bridge started constructing the pipeline last year since then anti pipeline activists known as water protectors have held regular demonstrations. They've also been regularly arrested. Rbm been at a few incidents where people have been arrested. That's winona la duke. She's an indigenous activist from the white earth band of ojibway. She's also a founder of the environmental organization. Honor the earth. She's facing six separate charges for participating in direct actions and protests. Over one hundred and seventy water protectors have been arrested. The duke says it's unjust.
DOJ Probe Into Rep. Gaetz Involves Cash Payments To Women
"About the federal the federal investigation investigation into into Florida Florida Republican Republican Congressman Congressman Matt Gates. Matt Gates. The New York The Times New York Times reporting reporting The probe The probe is focusing is focusing on Gates on Gates and indicted and indicted politician politician Joel Joel Greenberg Greenberg over over their involvement their involvement with multiple with multiple women women and and if they if were they recruited were recruited for sex for sex and received and received cash, cash, the Times the Times reports, reports, investigators investigators believe believe Greenberg Greenberg met the met women the women first first on websites on websites in which in which they're paid they're paid to go on to go dates. on dates. In exchange In exchange for for gifts, gifts, and then and Gates then Gates was was introduced introduced and and had sex had sex with him. with him. The probe The probe was also was also examining examining Gates Gates had sex had sex with a 17 with a 17 year old year girl. old girl. And And if she if received she received anything anything in exchange in exchange is well, is well, A gates A gates denies denies ever ever paying paying a woman a woman for sex. for sex. CNN CNN reports. reports. Gates Gates showed showed other members other members of Congress of Congress photos photos and videos and videos of of nude nude women women He had He sex had sex with. with. And that And he shared that he shared the images the images while while on the House on the House floor. floor. Gates Gates says says not responded not responded to CNN's to CNN's reporting reporting that he showed that he showed the images the images and videos and videos to other to lawmakers. other lawmakers. House
DOJ Probe Into Rep. Gaetz Involves Cash Payments To Women
"The federal investigation into Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gates. The New York Times reporting The probe is focusing on Gates and indicted politician Joel Greenberg over their involvement with multiple women and if they were recruited for sex and received cash, the Times reports, investigators believe Greenberg met the women first on websites in which they're paid to go on dates. In exchange for gifts, and then Gates was introduced and had sex with him. The probe was also examining Gates had sex with a 17 year old girl. And if she received anything in exchange is well, A gates denies ever paying a woman for sex. CNN reports. Gates showed other members of Congress photos and videos of nude women He had sex with. And that he shared the images while on the House floor. Gates says not responded to CNN's reporting that he showed the images and videos to other lawmakers. House committee being warned that voting restrictions being proposed in many states could disproportionately affect people of color. The BTO Pease Mitchell Miller's more on Capitol Hill House subcommittee has heard from Marcie a. Johnson Blanco with the voting rights project who says after a surgeon turn out in the last election, Sam Backlash states and many of these bills Can you to this proportion of the impact voters of color? Critics say those Republican proposals suppressed the rights of voters, while supporters say they're aimed at preventing fraud. Washington State's Republican Secretary of state Kim Wyman cautions against Democrats legislation that calls for sweeping federal changes as you move forward. I encourage you not to constrain state's authority to conduct elections in a narrow, limiting manner rather empowered them to improve election administration on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P New 11 43. University of Maryland
New York Times Reports Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl
"That broke last evening. Good news, Ghislaine Maxwell. Longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, was charged Monday for the first time was sex trafficking of a minor this from The New York Times. Don't prosecutors accusing her of grooming a 14 year old girl to engage in sexual acts with Mr Epstein and later paying her A new federal indictment filed in Manhattan charge that on multiple occasions between 2001 and 04, the girl provided nude massages to Mr Epstein at his estate in Palm Beach, Florida. During which he engaged in sexual acts with her. The new charges against Maxwell go further than those contained in an earlier indictment that accused her of helping Mr Epstein recruit groom and ultimately sexually abused girls, but did not include sex trafficking allegations. Now those charges have been included. Senator Ben Sasse, who's a Republican from Nebraska. He's been really demanding. Action in this case and accountability in this case, he put out a statement last night. Quote. This is good news. All of Epstein's co conspirators and especially Ghislaine Maxwell should be prosecuted to the fullest, his fullest extent of the law. She knows the depth of Epstein's sick crimes and the DOJ ought to do everything he can to keep her alive. Yes, considering what happened with Epstein himself and bring her to justice. Wealth and power cannot overcome the law. These human traffickers must pay for their crimes and quote and amen to every word of that. Finally, some movement on Ghislaine Maxwell in this absolutely Sickening and also bizarre, mysterious case.
DOJ Has Charged Nearly 500 With COVID-Related Fraud In The Past Year
"People so far with fraud and other schemes tied to the Corona virus. Pandemic is NPR's Ryan Lucas explains. The department is made fighting such crimes a priority. Over the past year, The covert 19 pandemic has created a rich environment for fraudsters. One particularly enticing target has been the hundreds of billions of dollars to government doled out as part of the cares Act passed a year ago this week. The Justice Department says that over the past year it has charged 474 people with fraud and other crimes connected to the pandemic. That includes attempts to defraud the paycheck protection program, as well as other loan programs and unemployment benefits that were created by the cares act. The government says the amount of money fraudsters tried to steal in the cases charged so far. Around $570 million. Attorney General Merrick Garland says the department remains committed to protecting the public from those who would use the health crisis to illegally enrich themselves. Brian Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington A coalition
"doj" Discussed on Axios Today
"Yesterday. Three major pieces of news came out of the department of justice and attorney general. Bill barr number one a declaration by bar. There's been no meaningful election fraud number. Two special protections for the one prosecutor looking at the origins of the russian interference probe and three allegations about bribes. For presidential pardons the lot of news for one day and in all involves the trump administration which is why margaret. Talev axios as white house in politics. Editor is here to give us the bottom line on all three stories. Good morning margaret. good. Morning i'll try my head's spinning as well but you're right. There's a lot going on in this all pointing in one general direction. So let's start with number one attorney. General bill barr did an interview with the associated press yesterday and said there was no widespread evidence of fraud that would alter election results. So he's one of the most loyal members of president trump's cabinet. What's your takeaway about this direct contradiction of the president as a political reporter. And i think says an american. I look at this and i say wow if bill barr is saying that there's been no meaningful evidence of fraud that must mean that president trump's avenues for a challenger completely but as a veteran political reporter i go one layer beyond that and i think why is he giving this interview now. I mean you don't just give an interview like this to the associate impress because it's sunny day in early december and you feel like making news. And that's where these developments begin to take my attention so margaret speaking of those other things number two as you said comes from that same. Ap interview bar also appointed prosecutor. John durham as a special counsel. So just reminding everybody. He's the guy who's been leading the investigation into the fbi's twenty sixteen investigation of the trump campaign. He apparently made this decision in october. So what's the timing of why we're just learning about this now. Bright making durham. A special counsel would allow him to stay on to continue his investigation. Even after joe biden takes office so it looks at a first glance like that is bar doing a solid for the president right but jonathan swan. Our colleague has done some really interesting reporting that finds another layer to this. Which is that. There is intense pressure on bar to get this. Durham report out. And that a lot of folks close to the president view this revelation to be kind of a fig-leaf to stall to buy time rather than have that report released that brings to number three for records unsealed by the chief. Judge of the dc district court revealed that the department of justice is investigating a potential bribery scheme for presidential pardon from the white house margaret. The documents that were released are heavily redacted. So what do we know. And what are you watching for here. I wish i could tell you who. What when but it is just a sea of blackout magic. Marker line after magic marker line crime fraud finding blackout blackout blackout in which blackout said and blackout acted as lobbyists. So the truth is we don't know yet. This is certainly something to keep an eye on but we just don't know where it will go. Which of these stories to use the most significant. They're all of a piece. The big question that all of this adds up to is will. President trump successfully spend the remaining weeks of his presidency trying to exact revenge on people who he perceives to be enemies. Will he be able to preemptively. Pardon himself and ultimately how long will his legacy and these investigations that he have set in motion live on beyond his own presidency. Margaret.
"doj" Discussed on Tech Policy Podcast
"The side of the aisle over the last several decades. I WANNA. Take a number step not back but aside and talk about your your. We often talk about technology regulation us in compared to European ones because their standards and their policies and their ideas on what is a good policy often differ from here what we have here in the United States can you give me burning me rundown off what has been going on Europe a commission? there were we heard about some big fines for tech companies pretty recently. So the last time that the European Commission broadening to trust suit against Google in two thousand, eighteen, we call it the stupidest into trusted of all time and the reason is that it it did the same thing that DOJ doing here it it asserted that Google and apple don't compete in the operating system market. just because apple doesn't give away it's operating system for free. Google does. So that just gives you a sense of how I think divorce from real world reality the European Commission is in its approach but that's just one example your King Commission has been very active in bringing into trust enforcement actions over the years They've done it against Google but before Google was Microsoft. So after the Microsoft case in the US was settled at Microsoft went through another decade of litigation in. Europe and I it was about Windows Media Player, and the European Commission forced them to create a Europe only version of windows that didn't have Windows Media Player and I think something like they don't have the number was something like sixteen people l. loaded that version. and so you know that was a big to do about nothing was a remedy that didn't change anything in the market because nobody wanted thing that the European Commission thought they needed and then the European Commission went through basically the same with with Microsoft over browsers when Microsoft was alleged to be trying to leverage its operating system So coal monopoly to to try to. Keep whole of the browser market will. Work on hasn't worked. Anywhere. But Europe European Commission was very convinced that unless they forced Microsoft to give consumers the choice.
"doj" Discussed on Tech Policy Podcast
"A. Sort of a back to the future kind of kind of a strand in antitrust thinking because for the last several decades, there's been this bipartisan consensus. The big isn't bad that the focus should be solely on consumer welfare. I think our listeners can tell that even within tech freedom, we have different positions and a whole spectrum of political opinions there obviously contributes into how we analyze the situation, but would we all agree on is the legal analysis of this complaint? So let's go into it. Can you walk me through? Let's start with the first point of the first allegation that DOJ makes in their complain. For so two to recap the complaint, it alleges that Google has used anticompetitive techniques to gain dominance in the search market Is Doj recites more than ninety percent plus of general searches in the United States are now made of using Google search engine and that's of. Computers, mobile devices etcetera, and the core underlying allegation is that Google has engaged in has. I guess compelled or maybe I would be a word these manufacturers including including apple, as well as some of the communications companies to pre install Google Google search engine on their devices. on pain of not being able to get the full suite of Google software that they make available into. So many of people outside of the Apple Universe a rely on now or in the case of apple to. Not get the revenue that that Google provides right. So there's two different. Kinds of relationships here just just to make the record clear apple, of course, has its own closed environment Apple agrees to set the default search engine to be Google and apple gets paid for that. and. Then there's Android, which is the system Google develops that is the. World's most popular operating system where the Google requires that if you want to get the suite of. Basic Google apps including me APP store and revenue sharing that you also agree to set google to be default search engine in the browser on. All right. So let's talk about one of the main questions that have been discussed since the complaint was filed and that is the definition of the market that DOJ presented the definition of a market that the law has..
"doj" Discussed on Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto
"So speaking about the partnerships that the DOJ is pursuing in order to prosecute some of these cases. I noticed in the framework that it says quote, the Department also has robust authority to prosecute virtual assets, service providers and other entities and individuals that violate US law even when they are not located in the United States. So, how can claim this authority to go after entities not in its jurisdiction and not not only count the can claim the authority but how can they? Just from a practical perspective. Sure I'm. Will I fall? I think sometimes surprises, people, but DOJ is. Really aggressive about shooting its jurisdiction even with respect to conduct that occurs raw at end. So outside the crypto contacts, there are any number of cases where DOJ has asserted jurisdiction because there was one email that went through. Because there was one wire that went through a US bank that there were transactions that were conducted in. US dollars. So the long arm of us, law is just that. And DOJ is really white assertive about exercising jurisdiction and there is a lot of statements in the framework about that which I think makes very clear that DOJ is prepared to exercise really near global jurisdiction in the crypto space. For example, with respect to crypto exchanges on the framework says all entities including four located exchanges that do business holing in a substantial part within the United States interest by service in US customers such as servicing US customer. So this could be a situation where The people who the the exchange is located overseas on the servers are located overseas the people who run in are located overseas but it's it's Europe's US customers and. According to DOJ those exchanges have to register with Vincent. In have an Asian to the United States for Bank Secrecy Act recording filing SARS, and the like and for its accepting service process and I actually think bit Max is a pretty good example. Of this because There was the Little, little unclear as to exactly where bit mix Hataf is a coal presence to the extent that is had a physical presence. It was registered in Seychelles with offices in places like Hong Kong in York. City there are people who who were in the US I believe that it was said it could not use by US persons but a the government apparently didn't think that was enough that really wanted wants these exchanges to take active steps to ensure that person's doing actual actions..
"doj" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing
"It will be used for scholarships as well as helping. These schools rebound from the effects of the pandemic are higher education reporter Melissa Corn says that money could have a big impact. Colleges broadly are Hungary for money right now. in a Lotta ways, but HPC's historically just don't have nearly as much. Their endowments on the median endowment is about half the size at hp us as it is at other institutions, spelman and Morehouse are among the best funded. Endowments both well into the nine figures, but even that is not in the top hundred of endowments, so even though they're relatively well off for any for HPC's still cannot meet full financial need for everybody. They have a lot of students who just can't afford to go there and they want change that. But some tech companies have been on the receiving end of protests and criticism as well several civil rights groups are encouraging big advertisers to pull spending from facebook campaign includes the Anti Defamation League and the end of Lacey Pe- they're protesting. What they say is facebook's failure to make its platform west hostile. Our reporter deep-sea Rahman has more these civil rights, organizations and other advocacy groups have been having these conversations with facebook behind the scenes for years now they've pushed facebook or a number of issues particularly around hate speech. This call for a boycott is. Animated by frustration after years of these conversations, not going anywhere through a bunch of different initiatives that they're looking at for example, the Ad L. has asked facebook to create a specific content moderation pipeline exclusively for identity based hate speech, so if you are the recipient of hate speech, that's because of your race or your religion. Experts in hate speech would handle the issue. That's one example another example would be to offer more transparency about the kinds of hate speech. They find in detect and across platform. I think they are looking for both more information. From the company at a high level, but also more enforcement. FACEBOOK has said it's taken significant strides to cut back on hate speech, but acknowledged that there's always more work to do. These civil rights groups aren't the only ones asking facebook and other Internet companies to do more. The DOJ has proposed new rules governing their liability for the content on their platform. We'll talk more about that after the break. When the world is at a standstill.
"doj" Discussed on WSB-AM
"DOJ are up in arms it's a terrible catastrophe it's an emergency so you know the left wing present troubles elected the band's what about us so they invented the phrase what about as you're not allowed to talk about the past only the present you can't compare trump to anyone else you can only focus on the present okay fine I like what about us here's why because it tells me if you are a truthful person that's why so to these two thousand former DOJ members I can tell you right now you are only concerned because this is trouble period you didn't give a darn about colder being under criminal contempt and civil contempt you didn't care colder's DOJ took illegally obtained donor information from the IRS and used it to harass and intimidate donors to Republican causes you didn't care you didn't care about the DOJ going after journalists treating them like spies you didn't care about that you didn't care about fast and furious of the good the gun Walker operation where colder decided that the cartels have a bunch of guns from American gun stores and taking over the border we still don't know the motive on that the we can guess you didn't care you don't care that Mike Bloomberg is paying to install attorneys general yeah I I you know assistant Attorney General across the country he is paying to put attorneys into government offices where he writes the checks what he wants and an agreed upon outcome they are there to push climate control they're there to push the theory that there's a climate catastrophe coming so Mike Bloomberg needs to run your entire life Mister I put an air conditioner for my house on my car window swim in giving a speech my car's Crispian court to come out you DO J. people don't care about that at all all those factors indicate to me you are only doing this because a trump because no those are the things matter June there was no emergency meeting around gun Walker fast and furious none of that let's talk to Wally in Tampa Florida while you're on the Russian by programs taught her and filling in high Wally well done we have that going on here in Hillsboro county we are Republican state's attorney was a great guy it got bombarded by a former Democrats prosecutor federal prosecutor it was all funded by George Soros they came in with big big dollar campaigns and Eric holder in his redistricting process that is going on because I got moved out of a Republican district into a Democrat district yes exactly and and to top it all off it's all in the city all these people moving into the city the county kept the Republican but the in the inner city in the city but the Democrat states attorneys in office then they're they're doing it now the place to county commission city council it was you know what's the number one is you're you're having the same experience that we're having on the west coast and such of having these paid for Attorney General or assistant Attorney General brought in running the city positions as well we've got this going on in the the media they're not your soul who is George Soros YC installing wise he literally paying for attorneys to work in these offices why is Mike Bloomberg aware are allowed to do this you eat the you are talking about people who claim the trucks a mall you're McLaws think that's a big deal because someone stated hotel but they're not talking about buying literal laws and literal attorneys general villa door that so that yeah that's correct and not been ripped out but they're also doing that Eric holders on this leavened leaven state redistricting campaign because he says I got friends of mine it in other states up in Ohio they're out there doing it right now right in the lack of curiosity on this he tells you everything you need to know about the media and the lack of concern about this being done tells you everything you need to know about these two thousand careers at the DOJ they did not care they do not care and less the name is Donald John trump Wally thanks for the call appreciate that very much all of the shore rush shop one other thing that you just maddening in all as all get out is the fact that these AG's they are brought on with a specific outcome in mind and I would like to know one day I would like to know because it's hard to find out I would like to know how many people have been bought into the open border sing because you've watched this transformation all the sudden there's this transformation so we know Bloomberg's placing a Jeez to have a climate change outcome we know that George Soros is place placing attorneys in these offices outcomes on drug legalization we know that George Soros is funding drug legalization and heroin shooting sites etcetera we know about that in Canada we're guessing he's doing it here as well it's a gases which I do you might might be is it's documented some degree in Vancouver Canada so we all these things are going on no curiosity from the press so I'd like to know how many people have been bought into positions where they're refusing to enforce immigration laws right because all of a sudden there's a switch that we're just gonna do that Doug Kay thanks very much let's go out and just examine one other aspect to this let's examine one other aspects to what is going on in tonight's debate one of the things that I want to know is how who will be the most effective at hitting at Mike Bloomberg on the arrogance of what he said about farmers we talked with the earlier she's a medical doctor comes about forming background I want to know is gonna be Warren is it going to be mayor Pete someone has got to draw blood on this figure Lee speaking with Mike Bloomberg let's talk to mark in grand rapids Michigan up mark you're on the rush about program taught Herman filling and I'm mark are you doing a good friend of mine from high school thirty years he's been in the business he sells fertilizers you helps farmers arborists they spray the field they do a Grammy cast arm appeals they hope they do over a hundred thousand acres of farmers yeah maybe he showed me maps where they take soil cast because every year the soils can vary in how much fertilizer they need in order for the crop to be good but then they're not done with that they help them put the fertilizer down yeah man yeah like the elements or the rain or whatever jail whatever can damage the crop or they can give a crap how it might saturate that yield to the point where next year it's going to be totally different work might need less or more it's just amazing the ignorance that Mike Bloomberg spouts off about stuff you have no idea what he's talking about no in it you know it this I want to be super careful here super super careful because I do not I I just I don't body shape I just don't I am this is hard to say I've got a lot of friends or short I do I do I come from a wrestling background I get a lot of friends were the short in stature this actually puts to me some truth to the idea that Bloomberg is bothered by his height because it lets you got some deep hole in yourself or there's some deep in security you don't go around pretending that because you read a book you know sitting on an airplane or an article in in in in in New York judge times weekends that you know how to farm what that goes to a very deep hole in the eagle is not your experts mark when someone will say something like that that they're coming from a perspective of deep deep weakness and self doubt we're just knowing what he had to go through in getting his degree and then becoming are in the business include incredible because I have so many variables that they have learned in order to make the farmer successful yep soul yep I couldn't agree more mark thanks for the call from grand rapids Michigan appreciated it tonight here's the bats are that I be taken the debate which moderator will actually ask Bloomberg I will sorry it's not my job to amuse myself can you imagine one of the modernising all mayor Bloomberg I am in front of me a charge that card determines the corrects nitrogen cycle of a of a corn field that's ten thousand acres located at this specific location United States of can you explain the nitrogen cycle of a cornfield at this exact position as is by the way where is this this longitudinal all added on this longitudinal point on the map love to see that see I don't even know farming I grew up around Saddam in in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network you're listening to the EIB network.
"doj" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"All right as we continue Sydney Powell, David, Sean, and Sara Carter, Sarah. What if we all these things become unredacted? You know, I I haven't seen these items myself. I have many sources as you do they all say on a scale of one attendance a nine or a ten I don't you know, when I hear that in Washington. I always get my hopes up. I usually get disappointed. What do you think? I don't think we'll be disappointed. I consider some of the sources I've been speaking to a very well versed on these dodgers, saying your sources are better than mine is what you're saying not at all. You're saying, you're, you know, we may we may both be surprised I think even more so than a nine or ten I shine. I think what what the push for this way. They were so adamant all of the congressional members that have seen these documents the people that have been working on these investigations, you know, they know when they look at them whether or not there were national security implications here, whether or not these documents should be made public. Remember, these are people that hold very highly classified security clearances, and what I've been told is that the DOJ was misleading the Trump administration, basically lying about the national security implications here, and they are trying to hide all of the malfeasance that happened within the investigation. Protect that. I protect the DOJ at all costs at the expense of the American people. So what I've been hearing is that these documents are released next week as we hope. Nope. By the president. If he declassified them and allows congress than to share them with the public. The answers will be given this will blow this entire thing wide open and the American people and the rest of the world because this is not just about us. This is about what we represent and how this chaos and infighting is destroying our reputation overseas. So the whole world will know once in all what the. DOJ did well fraud Rosenstein, this is the one that they want. I mean, he appointed Muller. He's got the keys to the kingdom is very powerful right now. I guess he would weigh in on whether they subpoena the president or not how much trouble is he in. I think he's in big trouble. I like I said again. This week McCabe is you know, now, there's a grand jury convened in his case, I got to think that everybody that signed off on this phony visor warrant with the dossiers the information is in trouble everyone, and they're all, and you know, what? And this is going to come out. And this is why the DO Jay's been fighting so hard because it's incredible to believe that deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is overseeing all of this when he signed off on that fourth Feis would've known everything about the three previous spices. If he did making decisions about what to release or not release and some of it impacts him absolutely of interest. They write their Sarah Carter. And I promise we'll get the David and Sydney David shown in Sydney Powell as we come back. We have an amazing Hannity blockbuster,.
"doj" Discussed on Pod Save America
"We don't arrest our political opponents in this country. He would never could never say that in a million years. I mean, you're right, it's it's kind of gross. He did. He did say in something that I think we could agree with. He said something like the FBI should be the FBI and at the democrat and the Republican BI not the Republican DOJ or democratic DOJ. And that was like, I felt like I'm the only person who heard that part of his answer. You know also what everyone else heard was. Oh, yeah, we're dealing with the democratic DOJ right now, and that's what we have to, you know, to purge them and someone asked about Alex Jones getting getting banned from Twitter and shadow banning. There was like a Thursday. Another question there is not quite acumen on question. Oh, but the lady next to me did tell me that there was stuff going on the government that I didn't know about an that President Trump was doing more than we'll ever know. And I didn't ask a follow up on the people in to hear about jobs. No, no, they didn't and they didn't come to hear about healthcare. They didn't come to hear about education. They didn't come to hear about, you know, the problems that people are facing in their everyday lives. That was weirdly absent. I mean, I've been to town halls a lot. I mean, you guys have to and in the heat of national spotlight. You do get national questions, right? But always you. Can't keep people from asking about local stuff that's like a hallmark of a campaign is that someone's going to ask about, if not like the potholes, they're going to ask about their brother that can't get XYZ service, or you know their kid who has this issue and that just didn't happen. And it felt like this was just performance of kind of Fox News fandom, you know, like Trump cost play more than actual Ted Cruz enthusiasm, other people. I mean, I've say so they were there. We're in disaster about him, but it really was like this weird transference from from Trump and they told me ever. Few people told me, you know, we almost lost him at the convention meaning Ted Cruz when we've seen is that you know Betto is talking about more of nuts and bolts issues. Immigration health care. The economy and Ted Cruz has been doing this sort of cultural, his tweets, everything he's doing. It seems built around these cultural grievances. Do think that what you're. Being at the rallies is a subset of just the passionate people that are showing up or or is Ted Cruz being forced to speak this way and address these things and take on this tenor because that is where the Republican voters in Texas aren't think that's where the based voter, you know, in Texas are I think that there that's what's animating them is when you talk about immigration, talk about it in terms that Trump talks, you know, like Ted did talk about building a wall. I will point out that that is not a local issue in Brown would say it's pretty far away from the border. But you know, he didn't talk about it again in terms of jobs or in terms of like, what do we do about immigration? It was like basically, like, you know, wall and enforcement, and that's not actual policy. You and I know that and people who have to deal with immigration daily basis. No, that and I think that you know there is this weird aspect to the to the town hall to where I felt like he, you know, he is smart guy. I mean, I've interviewed him a few times and he may make people skin crawl, but he's a genuinely intelligent person. And I could see him like trying to get people to wrap up questions before they went off the rails. Like there was this like kind of undercurrent of like I re- please, no one asked me about you a non pleased Espy McEwen on to almost everything because all of the questions had that kind of fever dream, you know, or it to them that they could at any moment become a Sean Hannity monologue..
"doj" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"From the doj all of whom review that and they provide a briefing for us about what's in it what's in the fis awards restoring about i've reviewed that one talking about the one he signed in some detail this is important here and i could tell you that the information that's public about that the fis application that is doesn't match with what my understanding of the one that i signed whoa doggies i'll explain to st the second i think it's appropriate to let the inspector general complete that investigation in both these are serious allegations i do not do the investigations i'm not the african i'm reviewing the finish product if the inspector general finds i did something wrong i respect that judgment but i think it's highly highly unlikely great great great poll by the author of this piece what's going on there joe rosensteins under oath now having been a federal agent i want to explain to you a couple of things here the african what is the what is rosenstein referring to when you go to court and you raise your right hand in court there's someone that's swears to the facts inside that document that they are the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you got you were not lying about that information when i would go to court to get a complaint against someone to get a search warrant you would have to raise your right hand than you would do that you would swear in front of the judge at the information you have is the truth that's who the fema is why is rosenstein adamant in his response to gates about the fis award he signed that quote i'm not the african another these are serious allegations this doesn't match what i was told wow what do you think rosenstein is saying well he can only be saying what are two things either saying the leaks to the press about what's in that fis award are false which i doubt because some of the people who have seen some of the applications who are members of congress i'm i'm not saying they're the ones leaking anything but there's been some information in some of the house reports i would be a stalinist right now if the the leaks of i think would he saying is he was lied to you know what that means that is right that's what i got now the author of the peace has a little bit of a different take and i encourage you to read it i think it's all fair but i remember rosensteins under oath here i think rosenstein is throwing the fbi under the bus here and you know what forgive me i missed it on friday because we had an the thursday should we had so much going on it's tough to compartmentalize all this stuff and get you the key takeaways he is not the african when you go to court is a federal agent and you swear you're you're the one swearing to the fact why is that do you guys ladies understand this if i'm not explaining about forgive me i've done this many many times the investigator is the one who investigates gathers the facts to present to the prosecutor who then legally prosecutes the case the lawyers in the department of justice assistant united states attorneys rod rosenstein anyone else they are not investigators under any circumstances they do not investigate the case they are not out there on the street they are not interviewing people they are not putting the facts together the agents do that the agents of the government the fbi agents the secret service agents whoever they are they're the ones that bring those sets of facts to the prosecutor now you have to swear those facts are true if those facts are true it's the prosecutor that reads them set this is the practically how it works says to the agent okay i think you have enough year for probable cause we're going to go in front of a judge but it is not the prosecutor that raises his right hand it's the agent i believe what rosenstein is saying here by being adamant hey man i'm not the fema don this fis award i think he's throwing him under the bus he started him under the.
"doj" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Then tells you tells you why the people struck were doing what they were doing they all believed she would win and they all believe the corruption would continue let's get back to our phones loyd is in columbus ohio for speaker former speaker of the house newt gingrich lloyd how are you glad you called sir good afternoon speaker and i appreciate you taking the call most of americans including myself or feel very distant genuine against what's happening you've got the prosecutor doj in there and they are got both people fbi director basically said that you know he's more concerned about the the employee's the judges the prosecutors instead of the american public i think the american public is the ones that they work for the american public wants the truth and we don't want politics in injustice you're one hundred percent right and the fact is you can't have a justice system without justice the whole process do you think about it for second don't tell me you care about the morale of your employees if that means you're going to protect people who are breaking the law i don't want people who are breaking the law to have high morale i wanna be worried i mean i think they should have the fact that the mccabe was taking the fifth amendment tells you something the fact that call me won't even dignify by trying to show up and you know the the degree to which komi is lying the whole country and his arrogantly assuming we're all too stupid to know what he's doing is sort of.
"doj" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Rod rosenstein is in the most difficult position probably of anybody in the history of the department of justice he's trying to thread the needle between a president who's pressuring him for political purposes and for his own interests against protecting and institution the department of justice and the fbi that was our friend and contributor and former fbi special agent clint watts weighing in on this news the deputy ag rod rosenstein asked the doj inspector general to review claims that the fbi had surveilled the trump campaign somehow for political purposes as we reported the move came after the president demanded an investigation over twitter this weekend legal experts are worried that this is a dangerous new benchmark in an area of obstruction the rest of us can plainly see this president's public war with all things justice department related from the boss jeff sessions on down this is from a month ago quote much of the bad blood with russia is caused by the fake and corrupt russia investigation headed up by the all democrat loyalists or people that work for obama muller is most conflicted of all except rosenstein who signed fis and komi letter no collusion so they go crazy here to talk about it cynthia oxygen is back with us former federal prosecutor a veteran of the civil rights division at the justice department and matthew miller is back with us former chief spokesman for the justice department so cynthia have wanted to hear you out on this your response to trump's demands and your response of what we know to be the rosenstein response so far well i feel like on watching my second hockey game of the night this in this hockey game it's the old philadelphia flyers the seventies the broad street bullies at the white house beating up on doj farm team and apparently no refs showed up and doj team is standing around whining and meanwhile the broad street.
"doj" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Accusers what they might be talking about that well we believe they're talking about is win the president might sit down for voluntary interview with robert muller and it could be that rudy giuliani is extrapolating his timeline from that if you're a member brian just about a month ago we reported that muller wanted to end the obstruction probe around june or july that was when we thought that the president would not sit down for an interview that's when he was irate about the raids on michael cohen's residence and he did not want to sit down and under that moeller thought that he could wrap up the obstruction probe more quickly now that it's looking like he may get a limited voluntary interview maybe agreeing to a set of questions that might be back on the table which would actually extend the timeline not only would they have to prep for the interview do the interview probably sometime around midsummer they would then have more questions they would have to pursue afterwards so there could be a time line his extrapolating here but promises are rarely if ever i've never heard of a promise made to a a defense attorney that this is when we will have this wrapped that's just not the way these things work and there are many leads that we know robert muller is following and his going to turn over every rock and the process with big thanks to our leadoff panel tonight our own julia ainsley newly minted pulitzer prize winner ashley parker and jeremy bash thank you all so much for being with us tonight coming up trump's latest demand of the doj is not his first a look back at the president demand for loyalty from various justice officials why this time however as we've been saying might be different and later more on yet another trump tower meeting in the public realm now involving foreign governments and donald trump junior the eleventh hour on a monday night getting underway.
"doj" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The law the harder it's going to be the fixed this i think the right thing to do would be for doj uh department justice to come out and say okay look congress we got it we made some mistakes we clearly you know we may agree to disagree but we understand that you don't want us using political dirt paid port four by one campaign to be used against than other another and open in investigations on that campaign using that dirt we understand you don't want that that they if they would just admit that we'd probably a b b beginning to to the solution phase of of our investigation congress look the more optimistic and i am but they're not gonna do anything like that through the rest of this year everybody that you're talking about here has dreams of the democrats winning the house back in two thousand eighteen and and bringing to life all of these dreams they have about impeaching trump and stringing you up and so forth this is gonna get it's gonna s dave vicious all the way through this year a you've referenced the media the media they don't do news anymore you not tell you anything there are part of the opposition now and i thinking of europeans here today is an indication to me of your fortitude and how how great you are the more the public can hear from you the better on the edited the indian it's just because you you you are genuine and you real in you care about this i know you're busy but the more time you can spend talking to people other than media outlets the better our side is going to be because you are the guy with the for you know more than you can tell us even right now and you know what's coming in.
"doj" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The news uh and if you see it uh i don't know who's be attack on that but if you see something pop up while i'm doing the show on the release of the memos or early they're talking about some time before new they're not allowed you now have their tv plug the until we get that report and i'm sure afterwards as well as it could be a very significant change should result in some very significant changes and immediate could be both ways it was filed to be a nothing berger as they say and i can't be the case based upon the react i should have all these people will coming on all these shows on on fox because m s in b c a c an and i mean it when even permit this so w this stuff here i mean there's more than small is fire and what is christopher raised so uptight about uh in terms of uh his security now saying he may be considering retiring in my question is why is why why is there what's going on me is the big question everybody's asking what is going on and i even trump tweeted early this morning uh on the new shows that were dominated by the reports that the fbi the doj had objected strenuously to the memos released and every which is waiting for that moment and you know what add moment even though he's got through saturday don't want this moment to occur on a uh on a weekend uh n not not good pr and of course all of this has to have its old uh pr direction and of course those on the other side say the document a vision document is misleading and could jeopardize national security i know nothing about this document as all of you out there know nothing about this document but come on these lives at the they're out now lives we're gonna come back this is through taylor two.
"doj" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I want the american people to see though it how do you judge it will you haven't seen that we are going to have to pull all of this out and that's one of the things a memo does but you're already down to change the rabbit trails down which are all already i know what's wrong but how do you know there are already ambition memo chris please go ahead chris i belive the data will come out the day to day we'll come out i wanted to come out i want to all the come out i don't know that we ever get to the bottom of this unless we do and if we're going to have at a congress of does oversight we cannot accept that the fbi or the doj or any other branch of government from closing they gate in front of us a saying sorry you can't look at this because as classified then what i saw and what i believe happened could go on in perpetuity and we've become a banana republic what for this is earthshaking in it does go deeper than watergate and that memo all wider getting means how was it deeper than water then watergate and it how is a deeper because the fbi in the doj by the information that i have observed and the testimony that i have i i'm gonna say the testimony that i have analysed from listening to and questioning multiple members of the fbi and the doj tells me that the fbi doj have been weaponized if they've been weaponized for political reasons much in the same way as the irs i believe with weaponized for political reasons america cannot tolerate that and if it was used to to influence other an election and to undermine a transition it undermined on inaugarated president that should chill in shock you as well the problem is that your all in on that conclusion but you don't know that it's true you have any even looked at the digital preceding a yours argun closure and i said i said if we have gathered what you i am always board troubling then watergate ii the conclusion here here's what it's not in conclusion but i said what i read is mark more troubling but we have to.
"doj" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"H sarovic he doesn't even seemed to be able to pronounce it correctly pose biak what does that your they are visit us at nationalism is most extreme at the periphery so all right well so i speaking of uh the the the blockbuster story now as you know given nunez has written a memo based upon secret information supposedly that he had access to he's released them he is he's written a memo the memo itself is not classified it supposedly based on classified material members of the doj appointed by trump conservative members have criticized nunez for even contemplating releasing a memo that might have a second order secret material without running it by the doj first uh nonetheless apparently there's in another 'mama that's been drawn up from the same material by less kooky people i guess and now i don't know if that conflicts the released a memo hashtag that uh some people seem to be so excited about but what is also clear is that abc has now got their hands on the basis for but this reminded this is ron johnson's claimed the other night on fox news.
"doj" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"To russia's interference in that election metaphor usual unusual filing because it is also said that the deputy attorney who appointed muller last may had no authority to grant the special council carte blanche to investigating pursue criminal charges in connection with anything that they stumble across while investigating no matter how remote from the examination of the whole russia election meddling because remember he was charged back in october of last year along with a former campaign aide rick gales and is asking the court to nullify the charges against him and stop the investigation from overreaching is what they're calling it now what what happens in the suit will be interesting and and where is the time line as to when the investigation is over because this has been a gosh this has been a long investigation right manafort said in the lawsuit that federal prosecutors and fbi agents interviewed him in 2014 to talk about is consulting abroad as part of the effort to assist the government of the ukraine to recover stolen property and then he's saying look and then two years later i'm charged with conduct that i voluntarily disclosed so how is that he sing how's that voluntarily disclosed this and then you're fling it against me so one to watch is going to be what happens in this court it it it in this lawsuit with the doj because of uh certainly not the lack of resources to keep pursuing it and what the doj jay rather comes up with and what happens with this lawsuit if it actually goes any place or not and speaking of going places because they got a few emails from some of you earlier in the day a check the mail bag and review the mailbag coming up next but one concerns concerns out there apparently some of you are traveling back had extra days off um shook the week after off christmas some people do that and in an effort to try to get back to where you're going um and you know it's just um crazy that it's just crazy that these people now in someplace really didn't think they work owing to be stuck our stock so for example runways at charleston international airport closed the.