Tucker Carlson Expands on Podesta Source Story – Shares Podesta Group Threats Against Him….

Against the backdrop of the Paul Manafort indictment, Fox News host Tucker Carlson expanded on his exclusive source insight (from a former employee) into the Podesta Group and the lobbying activity on behalf of Russian interests.

Additionally, Mr. Carlson shares the legal threats he and his broadcast have recently received from lawyers representing Tony and John Podesta and the DC Lobbying Group they founded.

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Tucker Carlson and Jonathan Turley (George Washington University Law School) discuss Special Counsel Robert Mueller, his ongoing investigation, the indictments from earlier today, and both ultimately come to the same conclusion CTH shared earlier,

Being intellectually honest it appears that Mueller is focused on the bigger, and more dangerous, dynamic surrounding foreign lobbying efforts and payments to DC politicians therein to shape U.S. policy.  Toward eliminating those lobbyist payments, the legal cases against Paul Manafort and Tony Podesta are tools to send the Swamp a message to stop.

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354 Responses to Tucker Carlson Expands on Podesta Source Story – Shares Podesta Group Threats Against Him….

  1. Sentient says:

    I hope Vin Weber (Mercury LLC) gets dragged into this. Sanctimonious A-hole who didn’t want a wall. Remember this video that Sundance drew our attention to http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/13/the-circus-gop-establishment-figures-discuss-how-to-stop-trump/

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  2. Levon River says:

    It’s time somebody started enforcing this criminal code:

    18 U.S. Code § 241 – Conspiracy against rights
    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/241

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  3. Everything is so juicy right now. The next several weeks should be VERY entertaining!

    Liked by 5 people

  4. iwasthere says:

    Wake me up when this gets to Carlos Slim/NYT/ and money transfers from illegals thru Slim’s business holdings back to South America. Now there’s your foreign collusion. Did anyone else notice that Trump met with C. Slim before the Mexican government? Gotta hand It to Trump – brass balls and walks right into the den of the beast.

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  5. deqwik2 says:

    Carter Page was talking today & people are saying how dumb he is for talking right now. He said he’s been working with officials too.
    The link for full interview:
    http://www.msnbc.com/all-in/watch/carter-page-reacts-to-indictments-papadopoulos-plea-1084943939800

    https://twitter.com/MSNBC/status/925163530176815

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  6. Kaiser Roll says:

    The Democrat Party in 2017

    Strategy: Anti-white racism

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/10/30/latino_victory_fund_ad_depicts_ed_gillespie_supporter_terrorizing_minority_children.html

    Ed Gillespie is just like Romney, he is the literal example of “establishment”. But look what the left is doing to him. It is paramount that Virginia votes for him, to show that Northam’s Cultural Marxism is unacceptable.

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  7. scott467 says:

    “Being intellectually honest it appears that Mueller is focused on the bigger, and more dangerous, dynamic surrounding foreign lobbying efforts and payments to DC politicians therein to shape U.S. policy. Toward eliminating those lobbyist payments, the legal cases against Paul Manafort and Tony Podesta are tools to send the Swamp a message to stop.”

    __________________

    This is just insane!

    It’s like discovering a pedophile snuff-film ring, and instead of taking them all down with life-sentences and death sentences, you indict a couple of them for public acts of indecency and hope the message gets through to the other pedophile murderers to ‘cut it out’.

    I can’t even believe we’re talking about this as if it’s for real on this website, of all places.

    If you want to stop the pedophile snuff-film makers, you prosecute them, convict, get the death penalty, and then put them up against a wall.

    You don’t give them a slap on the wrist.

    This is insane.

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    • bigfish9684 says:

      I have learned with Trump that just about everything is being played behind the scenes as a long game. One would be wise to not necessarily trust the media outright, wait for action rather than words (especially concerning Trump himself and his administration to nearly the same extent). Words to the wise: “Wait and see.”

      I learned early on with Trump’s campaign to step back, evaluate using the big picture and every bit of reliable info available.

      Now if Mueller had come out and said “We got Monafort! Case closed, Russian Collusion with Trump campaign!” I’d be worried. Word is right now Mueller is looking into democrats. Let’s see the play before we blow the whistle and cry “Foul!” I’m not concerned with what the athletes say to the media before the game, or if they curse making a play. Action and results rule the day, not trash talk.

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      • scott467 says:

        I agree with you generally, but according to Sundance’s recent articles, there aren’t any results and there aren’t going to be any, because the law does not apply to the political-class.

        They are above the law, they exist in a fairy world were ‘leverage’ is all that matters, and they sprinkle fairy dust on each other every day to make sure that reality doesn’t apply to them.

        And we’re supposed to go along with this idea, LOL!

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        • llyod says:

          yes…the political class has always been above the law through out world history not just in the US. Until you bring tar/feathering and much worse nothing changes

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          • scott467 says:

            “yes…the political class has always been above the law through out world history not just in the US.”

            _______________

            I understand, but they can’t play that game when the light of day is shining directly on them and the whole country is watching.

            And that’s what’s going on, right NOW.

            With tens (hundreds?) of millions of Americans paying attention, how does the government allow members of the political-class to murder the Constitution and the rule of Law, abscond with hundreds of millions of dollars for selling out our national security, and the government / DOJ just shrugs their shoulders and gives Paul Manafort and Lefty Podesta a slap on the wrist?

            And we’re supposed to go along with this?

            Are you kidding me?

            You GOTTA be kidding me.

            That’s not reality.

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        • carole says:

          ‘…because the law does not apply to the political class.” That was then. This is now. Now we have President Donald J Trump. Rules of the game as played in the past no longer apply. MAGA

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      • The Clinton Foundation took 10 million from the Ukraine.

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    • 4sure says:

      I asked SD the same question on page 1. His leverage posting does not compute w/this posting. It can’t be both. So, SD, which one is it?

      We will never get the foreign influence out of our elections or lobbying as long as the CIA and the deep state is in the business of meddling in every other country in the world and overthrowing many of their elected governments.

      Obama, Hilary, Rubio. McCain, and who knows how many others were all involved in the fusion one crap and that was Russia involved. When will all of them be charged? If this witch hunt by Mueller is focused on Manafort to show Russia involvement or foreign involvement to influence our elections, it is merely cover for Mueller to look like he is doing what he was appointed to do. He’s a snake and will try to justify his witch hunt any way he can. He and his hired witch hunt hunters have a reputation of abusing the law for prosecutions.

      These charges could have been brought 5 yrs. ago by the IRS or FBI. But they were too damn busy going after 501c tea party groups. Americans who were trying to influence the election. It’s always been about going after Americans who try and influence the elections of swamp scum uniparty sewage.

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    • freedom says:

      Good suggestion! Prosecute, Convict, Death Penalty. We have become marshmallows allowing the monsters among us to get away with too many crimes.

      Liked by 3 people

    • The Jimmy Jack says:

      I agree. I’m am really troubled by the business as usual mindset. We shoukd be planning our own MAGA version of storming that Bastille.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Annie says:

    watching the Tucker re run..and OMGosh that Rep. Eric Swawell or something like that..if he is not the most annoying creature..!!! You know he was on his HS and college debate team…no match for TC!!!

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  9. scott467 says:

    “Being intellectually honest it appears that Mueller …”

    ______________

    Are we talking about Robert Mueller, former FBI Director and Special Counsel for the Muh Russia fantasy politics league?

    If he was intellectually honest, he would have recused himself for conflict of interest, wouldn’t he?

    If he was intellectually honest, he would turn himself in for his knowledge of the FBI investigation into the participants in the Uranium One deal, without doing anything to stop it, wouldn’t he? Rosenstein is dirty, Mueller is dirty, Comey is dirty, and Rosentein appointed Mueller based on a fraudulent ‘dossier’ paid for by the Clinton campaign in a situation where Comey’s purpose was to get a Special Counsel appointed based on bogus cause.

    And if that’s not enough, what of all the other reasons for which Mueller is frequently demanded to recuse himself or be fired?

    How do the words “intellectually honest” and “Mueller” appear in the same sentence?

    Has Sundance been kidnapped?

    Has the Joker or the Penguin taken over this website?

    Something very wrong is going on here, LOL!

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      Get the popcorn..I have a feeling this is gonna be a “do not miss” reply 😂😂😂

      Liked by 3 people

      • scott467 says:

        “Get the popcorn..I have a feeling this is gonna be a “do not miss” reply ”

        _____________

        I hope so… I sure would like to understand what in the world is going here.

        I keep getting the feeling that Sundance is going to post something like “Ah ha! Gotcha! I was just saying these things to see if anybody was paying attention — or if you would just let me go on and on like this unchallenged!”

        Between this thread and the fairy land threads where the rule of Law no longer applies to the political-class and we just need to accept that — oh, and please pass the salt… this is like an episode from the Twilight Zone.

        It’s freaking me out, lol! I’m half expecting Allen Funt to pop out from behind the door and say “Smile! You’re on Candid Camera!”

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          “Allen Funt to pop out from behind the door and say “Smile! You’re on Candid Camera!” ~ Now that would be epic! cheers! 🍹

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          • Imagine Mueller thinking about his day, sitting looking at the big picture and even though he could have been forced into the decision by the FBI informant, he believes he took command of the news cycle.
            Then come monday and…
            What if Manafort’s influence peddling was to the Clinton’s through laundered Ukraine cash via the Podesta group?

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        • Howie says:

          This is part of CTH process. Things here can easily take a yer to surface in the MSM. They always surface though.

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          • jogreggre says:

            Meanwhile, I am hoping Sundance is right about Mueller, but I’m fearful that Papadopoulos was wearing a wire for Mueller and entrapped some Trump associates, which in turn would give Mueller the power to bring some process crimes (like those infamous “crimes” Comey/Mueller pal Fitzgerald used to convince a similarly Democrat packed DC Grand Jury to convict Scooter Libby). The press would have a field day slamming and smearing Mr. Trump by association. I don’t think Mr. Mueller likes Mr. Trump one bit. And if in addition to pushing back against the deep deep state Mueller can take out or weaken President Trump, I think Mueller would do it in an instant.

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          • The Jimmy Jack says:

            Absolutely Howie. This is why I recommend CTH to everyone I can.

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    • Danette Gerardin says:

      I agree

      Liked by 1 person

    • ilcon says:

      Scott: LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL.
      If you want to be taken seriously, converse in an adult manner, not as some teenager who uses texting as a sole communication tool.
      Juvenile.

      Liked by 2 people

      • 4sure says:

        Talk about a juvenile post.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Somebody says:

        Scott posto addressed real questions and conflicts, sorry if you don’the like his humor.

        Liked by 1 person

      • scott467 says:

        ilcon wrote: “Scott: LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL.
        If you want to be taken seriously, converse in an adult manner, not as some teenager who uses texting as a sole communication tool.”

        _____________

        What are you even talking about?

        I am using a computer keyboard, not a cell phone, but even if I was, how else are we supposed to communicate on this written forum besides with text?

        Do you feel very brave, boldly attacking others from the safety and anonymity of your keyboard? It’s like calling someone names from behind a locked door… only safer? 🙂

        .
        .

        Juvenile.”

        _______________

        Thank you for the ad-hominem attacks.

        I always appreciate when self-declared adversaries engage in ad-hominem attack, because it’s like virtue-signalling to the world that you don’t have any argument at all.

        And your ad-hominem attack always says much more about you than it ever could about the object of your attack.

        How ‘adult’ are you feeling now?

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  10. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    Not sure if this was posted here yet or not – letter Podesta’s lawyer sent to Tucker Carlson

    Liked by 6 people

    • iRockie says:

      Hillariously, the letter claims it is confidential and any publication is a breach of copyright law.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Colt Lending says:

        Yea and worse yet, it breaks Sundance’s rules on proper paragraph sizes. Hahaha.

        Threatening letters like this are common among a lot of law firms in an attempt to intimidate you.

        Let’s see if Venable files against Tucker and Fox on Friday, Nov. 3rd.

        A billion to one they don’t, because the discovery would sink the Podesta’s faster then Mueller.

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    • Blacksmith8 says:

      threatens legal action.
      Where I’m from that’s like saying ‘don’t cross that line or else’
      I prefer John Wayne’s reply:
      Straight up or draped over the saddle. Makes no never mind to me

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    • The Jimmy Jack says:

      Any lawyers here w analysis? It sounds daft. I wonder if Trump sends these to CNN, NBC, MSNBC etc etc lol

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        It is daft–can’t copyright non-original BS and can’t bind a third party with a unilateral demand of confidentiality, at least not in my experience. Pretty confident that Tucker ran this by his and/or Fox’s legal team and they all had a big laugh, punctuated by exclamations like, “Oh, we can’t wait; please try to enforce this.” Trump and his legal counsel know better.

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  11. distracted2 says:

    Dana Rohrabacher was also on Tucker tonight. He said something I thought was quite interesting.

    The are Rohrabacher’s exact words. He said, “I had a witness that was a – basically a secret witness. He was an informer to the FBI. They had an operation going there for watching what was going on with the Clintons and these Russian oligarchs and he was placed under a gag order. Mueller kept him under a gag order all this time although no charges were filed against the Clintons. That gag order, we finally got it released a couple days ago.”

    So I’m curious. Mueller was investigating this since he was the Director of the FBI? Hmmm. And just who is this witness??? And how does Rohrabacher fit into this?

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      I heard him say that too , but it was Comey not Mueller I do believe.

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      • distracted2 says:

        Well, he said “Mueller”. I’m a court reporter and I listened to it several times. Tucker did not correct him either. Now, he may have meant to say Comey but that is not what he said.

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          it is what he said .

          But here’s what i found:
          “James B. Comey was sworn in as the Director of the FBI on September 4, 2013”

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          Clarification: You are a correct, sorry to confuse things.. I was agreeing with you about what dana had said.

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        • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

          Any recommendations for a future court reporter? My wife has decided to give it a try. I joke with her that I can’t see her being quiet when something stupid is said in court. I imagine a “No you didn’t!” or two! An interesting job, no doubt.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            LOL, exactly! Very close to a person who became an ex-court reporter. She said, “I just can’t stand to take down all these ________’s lies without saying anything!”

            Working in the courts seems to be the least rewarding work, though benefits and working conditions may be much better in federal district courts, where politics won’t play a role and the court and clerk enforce payment for transcripts.

            The real money and potential for interesting stuff is in “private” practice, usually with a firm, taking depositions. If possible, your wife should get real-time and “merit writer” certified in your principle practice state and under NCRA. No steno-mask (a strong personal preference that I know others share, yet steno-mask reporting continues to exist, but it’s just not as good as machine shorthand for several reasons). If she can “read back” coherently during depos, attorneys will beat a path to her door.

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    • ilcon says:

      Anonymous. Holder Lynch and hussein threatened his life. President Trump. not we, lifted the gag order.

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    • I know I could be totally missing the mark, but I believe that the FBI Informant IS Paul Manafort…it ties many things together, not the least of which was him being indicted and placed under HOUSE ARREST (aka, Protection) right at the same time that the Informant’s lawyer, Victoria Toensing, goes “on vacation” for two weeks. Manafort…apartment in Trump Tower; Manafort, GOP operative becomes associate of PODESTAS, lives visibly lavishly, crawls all over Ukraine to funnel money…how often were Joe Biden and John Mc Cain in Ukraine? Anyone else consider that the Informant has been in PLAIN SIGHT all along? Me thinks he’s a spookin’ just like General Flynn. Waiting for the Denouement!! #MAGA

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      • distracted2 says:

        It wouldn’t surprise me at all. The informant has an impressive, high-powered attorney,
        – and expensive too – who wouldn’t take on your average Joe. And Manafort is not your average Joe by any stretch.

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  12. POP says:

    Never forget Mueller is deep state establishment Uniparty and rabidly anti Trump.
    He has assembled a pack of overtly anti Trump lawyers on his “team”.
    The Republican’s voted to appoint him to get PTrump.
    His aim is to destroy PTrump.
    If you think what’s happening today is the end, no.
    Mueller doesn’t care about these minnows….

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    • The Jimmy Jack says:

      This is my concern daily and I ever lose sight of it. I haven’t seen anything from SD to suggest we’re wrong about Mueller unless the take away is Mueller loved leverage more than he hates Trump.

      To me that leverage would be used to get rid of Trump.

      The front page of Drudge is all dire sounding they’re going to take Trump down stuff.

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  13. Realist says:

    The SWAMP is DEEP and WIDE and they are ALL in it together. What I did find HILARIOUS is that the DemoncRAT Congressman only wanted to talk EXCLUSIVELY about TRUMP so much so that he started EVERY sentence with “TRUMP did this or TRUMP did that” when it is ONLY Trump who is trying to DRAIN the SWAMP he lives in

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    • The Swamp is quiet dark and deep,
      but Trump has promises to keep,
      and miles to go before he’ll sleep,
      and mile to go before he’ll sleep.

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    • Maquis says:

      The little creep was claiming that Trump Campaign Officials traveled to Russia, or thereabouts, to, gasp!, collude.

      What silly idiocy. The worm has turned, this fool’s democrat politician meal-ticket is about to get punched, you’d think they would begin to lay low…

      But no, they are coming up with new unfounded lies; “we were attacked by Russia” and “Trump sent people to Russia to…” -what crap. Shameless soulless desperate ghouls. Its going to get uglier before it gets prettier.

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    • 4sure says:

      Tucker has that idiot on quite often. He is the village idiot there strictly to make Tucker look good. Both of them are in a win win situation. Tucker looks good and the village idiot’s followers think he one ups Tucker because Tucker won’t ever answer the idiot’s questions.

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  14. Icestation3 says:

    Someone lobbying for the interests of another country is not illegal. Eastern Europe and Russia refuse to give into the progressive agenda primarily because they have regained their Christian heritage. The Democrats and liberals the world over promote all these Russia scandals to delegitimize Putin.

    Manafort is pro-Russia. I’m pro-Russia. Trump was pro-Russia until the pressure was put on him. Manafort is a hero who was prepared to work with anyone including the vile Obama administration to get the truth out there about what’s been going on in the Ukraine which is basically that the progressive fascist EU illegally helped overthrow a democratically elected government.

    Ukraine is now much less likely to join an organisation like the Visegrad Group because of the people now running that nation. That’s exactly why people like Manafort are needed. The Visegrad Group nations and Russia must hold the line otherwise the Eastern part of Western civilization will also begin to collapse.

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  15. Now I understand why the U1 FBI informant was rolled out and Mueller’s indictment was rushed. The FBI informant involved in U1 was under then FBI director Robert S. Mueller, who DID NOTHING, zero, nada, about the deal. Since he knowingly allowed this deal to go through and buried the case, he could be criminally liable. Ohhh the leverage is so sweet. How sweet it is.

    So while I imagine Mueller loathes Trump and would love to take him down, he probably was told that if he did anything stupid the FBI informant would testify against him and FBI records would implicate him for criminal negligence regarding U1. He would be fired and a new special prosecutor would hang him by the balls. Oh the leverage is so good, oh its so gooood.

    So Mueller got flipped, at least partially. I imagine anyone on either side of the aisle that is influence peddling with foreign powers is in deep doo doo now. This is going to send a chained explosion through DC. BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM! Wanna see if even more free seats open up in Congress BEFORE the midterms? We’re about to find out! You think all these RINOs quit their races because of the polls or because of this?? Makes you wonder!

    Oh baby could it get any better? Drain that swamp!!! Not tired of winning yet!!!

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  16. That congressman What’s-his-face in the end…Tucker had him pinned against the ropes throwing body shot after body shot before knocking him out with an uppercut!

    Ooohh Tucker, watch over your shoulders…they will be coming after you, my friend. The first sexual harassment allegation in 3-2-1…

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  17. PDQ says:

    The Demorat at the end…why was he there?
    Wow…

    Liked by 1 person

    • TwoLaine says:

      Because, unlike other programs, Tucker actually gives each side a voice, vile as they may be.

      That is why the Podesta threats are also so vile. Why couldn’t they just come on the show and refute them? He would put them on, regardless of the fact that he might lose his dinner over the interview. He’s not afraid to talk to anyone, and get their point of view.

      Most of them will out themselves before it is over, like the piece of trash at the end masquerading as the people’s rep, IF you can stand to watch. Personally, most times, I don’t.

      Turley is right. The BIG UGLY has begun.

      #Covfefe
      #MAGA

      Is there a hotline to Mueller’s team for whistleblowers? I think we need to hit him up with all the REAL improprieties and outright illegalities that need to be investigated. Make them earn their pay. 😉

      BTW, MEXICO’s INTERFERENCE IN OUR ELECTIONS is at the TOP OF MY LIST!

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      • Lou says:

        Why give idiots a voice. Nothing the libs say makes any sense.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          I don’t disagree, for you and I. However, some folks out there need to hear that they have nothing to say except idiocy, hatred and silly gibberish. Some people need to be hit over the head before they see that their former idols have no clothes.

          And the wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round… 😉

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  18. Trent Telenko says:

    My initial take on this is that Mueller is playing the typical Special Prosecutor “You Can Beat the Rap, But You Can’t Beat the Ride” power abuse for a tax case with no underlying “mens rea” of criminal intent.

    The process is the punishment where the prosecutor play intimidation games with the targets and throws mud against the wall to get an impressionable jury to convict and then loses upon appeal. When a judge takes apart the prosecution on the underlying technical issues.

    Mueller is notorious for being a part of such abuses in the past.

    This will take 2-years to go to court and get a conviction on a small number of technical points. Then another two years to lose upon appeal.

    I expect Pres. Trump to fire Mueller after getting re-elected.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Yep, that’s the imperial fedgov way! Mewler isn’t special in this regard–virtually all fedgov LEOs/persecutors do it. They rely heavily on the fact that they operate with virtually no budget, manpower, or time constraints. Only very rarely do they run into a genuine justice-dealing judge, like His Honor, Judge Hanen in the SD, TX and remember what happened to Holder/Lynch’s fools there!

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  19. Flight93Gal says:

    SD post on Mueller’s motivation (leverage) really crystalizes Mueller’s actions concerning the “Russia, Russia, Russia” narrative. Manafort’s “weak” indictment (FARA violations) and the subsequent indictments to follow alert every Swamp creature that “parking tickets with significant penalties will continue to be issued until parking in front of the bank to loot it stops”. While this does make some sense, I’m still wondering if Mueller requires this leverage for an entirely different purpose yet TBD. Mueller will not bring the Clintons down but he is attempting to impact congressional and K street behavior. In the weeks and months to come, hopefully SD will posit on what’s really motivating Mueller beyond leverage? Sorry, I don’t buy it’s patriotism.

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    • Howie says:

      I thinks we are starting to see the American people people wake up. The first signs are visible in these trials and hung juries. They are having a hard time finding jurors willing to go along with the crooked establishment and nullifying the Feds. The loss of credibility by the government could end up with them unable to convict anyone at all in the end. When it gets to that point no one will plea bargain and everyone will demand a speedy trial. Only certain venues will be sanctuary for the FEDS. Such as the District of Columbia. We are in trouble with our Federal Justice System. Nobody has any faith in the FBI and their testimony.

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  20. Howie says:

    I think Muelley is 100% establishment mule. Packing their load.

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  21. Jeff says:

    Eric Swalwell ,(D ) California , PROJECTING the establishment talking points over and over and ……

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  22. Can’t agree. If so, he would have done this when Obama was president. Occam’s Razor here…he’s trying to get leverage to use against Trump.

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  23. Mike diamond says:

    Loretta Lynch tells James comey to call the Hillary case a matter not a investigation ! Obama let’s 5 of the worst terrorist out of getmo for birgdal ! The bad Iran deal, on and on. ! All got off scot free,how can Mueller investigate anything!!!!?????

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  24. Michael says:

    Multiple games seldom seen out in the open.

    “Still, that was the environment we faced here. Rarely did anyone die, rarely did the public even know. The mob and the government and the CEOs played their games, and everyone else was mostly happy. They’d see something in the news occasionally, and not realize that years of politics and deception went into that occasion.”
    Michael Z. Williamson, “The Rogue”

    Manafort is a feint. (process charge)
    Podesta is a rook to be “sacrificed” to protect the king. (slap on wrist)
    The global faction controlling obama is ascended.
    Twilight of the reign of clintons however they are not powerless.
    The clintons undoubtedly have stacks of “Filegate” style self defence weapons – the swamp will keep this civilized and limited as to avoid a clinton “spoilsport” suicide strike.

    obama faction high-tech mega-database like the world has never seen before and clinton faction old style stack of stuff were an uneasy alliance (MAD) however Trump turned over the table and now the pieces must find a new positions.

    The Spectacle of the special investigation is a uni-party device to hinder POTUS Trump and divert the hoi polloi and will continue as long as he is in office. After he leaves the table who could possibly replace him? The swamp can bide it’s time.

    Nothing will come of this eyewash. (Vegas anyone?)

    As it was, ever shall be.

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  25. H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

    I have not been convinced that Mueller and Rosenstein are honest.

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    • POP says:

      The GOP wants Mueller to get PTrump.
      Mueller has recruited a team of left, far left, crony corporate, Never Trump lawyers…..why the political bias in lawyer employment I ask myself? Why would the GOP vote to appoint for such a man as Mueller?

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  26. Donna in Oregon says:

    It is almost comical when the masses try so hard to believe that the Swamp is going to punish itself.

    Every single person in Washington DC is either involved in selling out America or knows about it.

    America is excited Manafort and his pal might lead to the Podesta’s next. Shake My Head…….

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  27. Aguila2011 says:

    You want to send a message to the swamp to “STOP IT!” Put Hillary and the rest of the Uranium One crew behind bars. Stop with the Manafort side show. What a bunch of a-holes!

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  28. greg says:

    The Trump administration has softened their statements re. Mueller. Is Manafort about to flip onPodesta? After all, Manafort’s attorney publicly stated–after the indictment–that Trump had no ties to Russia and that the indictment of Manafort has nothing to do woth Trump. Wonder where Podesta’s money trails will lead? Haiti, Africa, the Middle East, trafficking (weapons, children, take your pick). The possibilities are endless.

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