Oh Snap – Now You Know It’s Serious: CNN Legal Analyst Agrees With Donald Trump on FBI and DOJ…

What kind of sorcery is this?


Not to worry, still fake news.  At the end Ms. Harlow says Paul Callan has an Op-Ed at the CNN Website. I looked, it’s not there.

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150 Responses to Oh Snap – Now You Know It’s Serious: CNN Legal Analyst Agrees With Donald Trump on FBI and DOJ…

  1. starfcker says:

    Paul Callan did make one excellent point. When asked where the line should be to disqualify someone from participating in an investigation, he went straight for the money McCabe’s wife took from Terry McAuliffe. That is the bright-line right there. Nice job, Mr. Callen

    Liked by 32 people

    • myrightpenguin says:

      McCabe recused himself from the Clinton investigation one week from the election, but I’m wondering if he was only forced to do so because of Wikileaks.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Felice Lepore says:

      This guy to his credit was being honest and using common sense! The woman was mortified that it was happening on her show. She tried a couple of times to reign him in but to his credit he remained honest. She tried to somehow drag Christopher Wray into the conversation and he pointed out that he wasn’t around during any of that time. She tried to say that Rosenstein said you can have a political opinion and still be able to do your job. He said he uses common sense and Andrew McCabe’s wife receiving $700K from Terry McAuliffe for her campaign would have crossed the line for him.

      This man will not be brought onto her show or any other show going forward! He has swallowed the “Red Pill” and must be terminated!

      Liked by 17 people

    • You won’t see this guy on CNN for a very long time. He wasn’t towing the talking points line.

      Liked by 6 people

  2. MMinLamesa says:

    Well it looks like the dike, with all of the small holes getting plugged with a finger or a thumb here & there, is awfully close to bursting.

    Liked by 35 people

    • rf121 says:

      Are we talking about some lesbian love scene? I just woke up.

      Liked by 14 people

    • Charlie says:

      lol… Thought you were talking about Hildabeast

      Liked by 7 people

    • Daniel says:

      Precisely. I see this as a concession of the inevitable and preparing their viewers for what they know is coming. Of course I could be wrong because as election day approached many of us predicted the polls would somehow adjust to something closer to reality because Trump was unquestionably going to win. For whatever reason, they decided not to reflect reality and the cost was a LOT of shocked and horrified people, lots of violence and #resist -ence. Perhaps that was by design.

      In this case, there’s no upside for CNN to be completely wrong about all of this as the costs they have incurred have been painful. Their credibility is in the toilet already and will never recover. Once some larger heads start to roll and real criminal charges are filed, there will be a lot of disillusionment. And while I’m certain many CNN viewers would continue to follow them in their support of criminals running the politics of the nation, fewer and fewer are willing to do that.

      They have to get ahead of it in order to keep their organization afloat.

      Liked by 23 people

      • webgirlpdx says:

        “Precisely. I see this as a concession of the inevitable and preparing their viewers for what they know is coming.”

        Daniel: Any viewers of CNN won’t be about to understand any of this anyway, so it doesn’t matter what they say or ‘report’. 🙂

        Liked by 4 people

      • Deb says:

        The polls didn’t adjust before the election because they wanted the option of stealing the election with voter fraud. The monster vote prevented that from happening.

        Liked by 19 people

        • Deb, do you have any numbers to support this monster vote showing? All I have seen points to crossovers and independent voters assisting Trump to the win.

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          • Deb says:

            The crossovers and independents are the monster vote. Many of the independents were first time voters. It may not have been as large as Sundance predicted, but the movement was there.

            That kind of enthusiasm made it hard for them to stuff the ballot boxes. Fraud needs to seem plausible, and the enthusiasm for Hillary just wasn’t there. The enthusiasm for PDJT was. The turnout in rural areas was very high,

            Liked by 12 people

            • fleporeblog says:

              Deb you hit it exactly on the nose! The Monster Vote was all those crossovers that voted for Barry and Democrats all their life that decided enough is enough and pull the lever for our President. Valerie Jarret recently said in an interview is that what sickens her the most is the number of people that voted twice for Barry that voted for Trump.

              Liked by 11 people

            • rheahack0103 says:

              Right on Deb! i’m from Michigan but I changed my residency to Florida when I retired. I changed my party from Independent to Republican so I could vote in the primary for Trump. There were many people that changed over for that reason. I live in a very rural area in Hardee County, which has a good size of an Hispanic population. I was surprised to see so many Trump signs. In fact, I only saw maybe one Hiliary sign.

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              • Hoosier says:

                Here in Indiana I only saw 2 distinct signs. A multitude of Trump ones including the 10 foot by 4 foot ones and several Hillary for Prison signs. I honestly in my decidedly Republican area mind you saw 0 pro Hillary signs. We have a few DumDums or is it DemDems here so usually you see their poo on their lawns. Not last year. They ran scared.


          • There were MILLIONS of First time voters,, Such as Myself,, voting for President Elect DJT.. 😉

            Liked by 7 people

        • mopar2016 says:

          The dems have historically denied that there is any voter fraud.

          Looks like the dem talking points have changed.


          • TheLastDemocrat says:

            No voter fraud. Except in Honduras, which sounds exactly like USA, but progs upset when those in power won.


          • Christine says:

            Well, Dems are going to be caught with their pants down, when AG Sessions launches his investigation into the rigged Alabama election, pursuant to President Trump’s 11 May EO into voter fraud.

            POTUS knew the Dems would rig that election, so Judge Moore would lose. It’s why he tweeted that GOP would have a chance to recontest the seat very soon, when the next election is 2020. I expect the election will be nullified. It’s why Judge Moore hasn’t conceded yet.

            Multiple fraudulent voting techniques were used, including:

            * Soros vote-counting machines flicking thousands of 3rd party write-in paper votes to Dems

            * bussing out-of-state voters in

            * removing Repub-listed voters from voting rolls so they couldn’t vote

            * failing to send postal votes to Repub-listed Uni students who listed the Uni as their postal address and/or those postal votes stolen by Dems

            * ballot stuffing.

            When you have black areas with a turnout as high as 98% who voted Obama, you know there’s been fraud.

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  3. RAC says:

    Both sides can play 3D chess, read a couple of days ago about some kind of unbeatable A.I. chess machine that had taught itself or somesuch, nothing would surprise me.
    One thing notably missing was the ” Oh dear we seem to have lost the feed”., they wouldn’t say helpful things lest it was helpful to themselves.
    Not really connected to this but I feel that sorting out the FBI is not an end in itself but more a stepping stone that must be in place before other things can be corrected.

    Liked by 16 people

    • American Bulldog says:

      Great analogy on the chess. As big as this is, it comes down to being the Endgame…I can’t see the traitors just raising their hands, surrendering and going to jail. This exposure is more than likely something they have planned for. Obama definitely put his pieces in place with the enemy refugee immigrants, the gun and ammunition buyups, the little talks he’s been having with world leaders as he has shadowed the POTUS, his message to Putin about flexibility. My guess would be that when it goes down we will get hit from multiple fronts at once….with the silent coup appearing to have failed I can imagine simultaneous escalation of issues with Russia, China, Korea, Iran and our own immigrant refugees, in an attempt at a violent coup. The Clintons and their comrades are very good at staying out of jail. I only hope that President Trump has prepared for this worst case scenario and that is the reason he has surrounded himself with Generals.

      Liked by 19 people

      • CharterOakie says:

        I believe you are correct re: sounding himself with generals. If it comes to it, that may be the necessary recourse.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Disgusted says:

        American Bulldog, your reference to O’s trips to talk with current world leaders is extremely important, and rare! There should be SO much more out there questioning what the hell he thought he was doing, and why any of those valid leaders took time to meet with him! Why did they? Are you saying it ties in with the attempted take down if President Trump? Is O back in the states now? Why hasn’t this issue even been examined by Sundance or Sean? It has to be one of histories strangest stories!

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Not only surrounding himself with Generals but the love and respect that come from our military and all types of law enforcement agencies! These men and women would take a bullet for him. Loretta Lynch will see her blood and the blood of millions of the resistance being washed away on our streets!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Lawrence says:

        It’s a card they can’t play. They have no power to do any of that anymore. Gitmo has been prepped and is now being stocked with fresh inmates, some from America circa 2008-2016. POTUS has the military on his side. They asked him to run.

        The FBI/DOJ/Mueller/Flynn/Russia show is the retail front of swamp draining to prepare the public for what’s coming in the next year. It’s necessary while Trump/Flynn/Sessions/MI/NSA/white hats quietly run a military operation, as prescribed by our Constitution, for use when the rot runs wide and deep into every branch of our government and globally.

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      • Sunshine says:

        A violent coup: That is my only worry. They could also target his family and then easily declare him psychologically/emotionally inept. It’s the only card they have left.

        BTW: I never believed Hillary really wanted to run the country. I think she agreed to be a figurehead while Obama surreptitiously undertook his third term (behind the curtain). That would explain why Obama lives so close to the White House and is visiting foreign nations while denigrating Trump. Obama hasn’t lost hope.

        Liked by 4 people

    • trialbytruth says:

      So are you suggesting they have come to the point of throwing the FBI under the bus to protect the next level?

      Interesting. Time to watch for repeats elsewhere

      Liked by 8 people

      • RAC says:

        Perhaps they know the cleanup there cannot be stopped at this point and they are trying to make capital out of a loss. Whatever the reason I don’t believe a leopard changes its spots.

        Liked by 9 people

      • Deb says:

        It’s like when a shoplifter denies and denies they did anything wrong, then you tell them that you have the whole thing on tape. Suddenly they confess in the hopes of getting some leniency.

        That’s what we have here. They know they are caught, and they are hoping a quick confession and mea culpa will allow the media to sweep it all under the rug.

        Liked by 7 people

  4. wheatietoo says:

    CNN is test driving the concept of ‘objectivity’?

    I’m with Suspicious Cat on that.

    And there’s that word again…”Bias”.
    What Obama’s political black ops team did, sailed right past the category of “biased” and went deep into ‘political operatives’ territory.

    It was good to hear Callan mention the Hatch Act.
    But the O-team did way more than ‘electioneering on the job’…they engaged in Obstruction of Justice, Election Tampering and used the power of their office to illegally spy on people for purely political reasons.

    Liked by 50 people

    • Chuck says:

      “But the O-team did way more than ‘electioneering on the job’…they engaged in Treason, Sedition, Obstruction of Justice, Election Tampering”

      You missed a couple wheatie

      Liked by 32 people

    • joninmd22 says:

      Just like the WaPoo and NYT covering the Uranium One and Clinton Cash revelations looonnggg before the presidential campaign season this is too say,

      “Look at us, we’re a legitimate news source”.

      And you’ll never see a follow up from CNN. Problem is that the Alt Media is eating their lunch. 😂😂😂

      Liked by 20 people

      • Jim Smith says:

        What’s interesting is that NYT covered U1 at a point where there was a strong chance of scuttling HRC’s bid for 2016. Once that didn’t happen, NYT pretty much dropped the story.
        The year, The Hill ran with it and added a lot to it.


    • KBR says:

      “Let us come out and clearly state just who we have decided is guilty: Strzok, his mistress, and McCabe. You know, those we have no choice but to throw under the bus, and have decided to scapegoat. A brief CYA (and CmyA.) Then we will immediately hide it. So when the fan turns on and really begins the sh*t sling, we can bring it out and say ‘See we covered that!’ back in Dec 2017!”

      (I do not want to be disbarred.)

      Liked by 14 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      And they are still engaging in election tampering. According to the latest newz, Mueller is now digging into the RNC Digital media team and their related counterparts on the TRUMP Team.

      Think about it. By the time they are done, they will have legally (at least on the face of it so far), by spying and witch hunt investigations, obtained all the secrets to the most successful RNC & Republican campaign (and Presidency) EVER in the history of the USA.

      Do you think this info isn’t being shared with the DIMs? Heck, the next thing they will want are the full mailing lists, databases, donor lists, and every name of every person who voted for President TRUMP. Apparently they couldn’t break into the RNC databasea through nefarious means, so this is how they will get it, with impunity.

      Mueller team questioning RNC staffers on 2016 digital operation: report
      by Julia Manchester
      27 Dec 2017


      During the transition period, and even after inauguration, they spied on him so they would know what he had planned and had all their little plans worked out on who would pull triggers when and where. Who would do this or that protest. What they would say, The Narratives. The riff-raff lawyers, Governors, Mayors, Corrupt Congress Critters, DIMs and Judges were all lined up with their lawsuits to combat TRUMP’s pending policies the minute he rolled them out, and calendars and scripts were prepared for Hollywood and the media.

      Since 15 Jun 2015 we have seen the most vile and transparent bullying of a Candidate/POTUS and FLOTUS, EVER, by literally everyone on the planet, except for the Basket of Deplorables.


      Liked by 28 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      It really was gobsmacking to hear CNN discussing the issue at all. It is like they are months and months behind the story and are just now waking up to the Andrew McCabe issue.

      Three things I noticed. First, the legal analyst said he started off as very anti-Trump. Wow, really? But when he looked into it….. Again, massive eye roll on my part. His talking points seemed to be strictly limited to Andrew McCabe and the money his wife took from McAuliffe’s PAC presenting a potential conflict for investigating Hillary’s email and potential Hatch Act violations. As if that’s all there is to worry about in this smelly pile.

      Second, the CNN chick as well as the MSNBC chick in the clip they showed are both just having heart palpitations over Congressman Rooney’s use of the word PURGE as something needed at the FBI. Well, duh! They should have purged that place months ago.

      Third, the discussion of the FBI’s “potential misdeeds” seems limited in scope in their tiny little minds to bias. BIAS? We have moved so far beyond bias!!!

      My final thoughts this morning about the FBI is many of us, like me, have been shocked that the agency we saw as full of Paul Purehearts, America’s finest, aren’t.

      I posted part of an article late last night that reminded people like me that sure, the FBI has enjoyed a good rep for some time, but it has been a problem agency before and it has been weaponized before so I guess I need to just get over it:

      “Attorney General Bobby Kennedy had his “Get Hoffa Squad” to take down Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa. J. Edgar Hoover had his vendetta against Dr. Martin Luther King.

      Is history repeating itself — with the designated target of an elite FBI cabal being the President of the United States?”


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    • formerdem says:

      and i don’t think we are near the end of it. don’t they scan our snail mail? more for obie’s database. Back from Bush’s time, didn’t the emergency people start wanting to make their weather warnings built in so you can’t get away from them, and make their advice mandatory, and then make it all multi-topic? (answer: yes they wanted to. i am not sure they succeeded – this is a great country and people may have told them to go eff themselves.)

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  5. Eric Schmidt and the “Man-in-the-Middle” program at US Digital Service (USDS)

    Evil Emperor of GooGhoul > https://youtu.be/UfdZOopqO4g

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Blue Ridge Mts Va says:

    Does the Contrived News Network still think anyone is actually watching them?

    Liked by 5 people

  7. What’s the over/under on how long that op-ed was on CNN’s website?

    Liked by 9 people

  8. Peter says:

    TO consider this supposed “expert” is just now waking up a couple of problems we all have been talking about for over a year , disgusts me. It’s not hard to be informed, you just have to push outside your comfortzone.

    If your job is to “inform” one would think you would work to “be” informed.

    Our media thinks we are stupid. Just let it sink in – they consider our source of information “fake and dangerous news”. While their source is sacred.

    We can never stop fighting.

    Liked by 15 people

  9. Frank says:

    All the chips are now in the middle of the table.

    Liked by 5 people

  10. Niagara Frontier says:

    The stage is being set for the standard defense and grand explanation: “What we have here are good people in government with good intentions doing bad things.”

    That will be followed by official reports from IGs in every involved agency, along with committee reports from Congress, that include the statement: “We are putting procedures and policies in place to ensure this doesn’t happen again. It’s now time to turn the page.”

    We’ve seen this too many times before to think it will not be tried again.

    Liked by 19 people

    • KBR says:

      Congress does not have the prosecutorial power: that is not under the powers of Legislature that is under the powers of the Administration.
      The most they can do is “put LAWS in place to see that this does not happen again.”
      And make strong recommendations/demands to prosecute to the POTUS and ATTNY GENERAL.


      • Niagara Frontier says:

        Of course Congress doesn’t have the prosecutorial powers you describe. My point was to point out the likely defense and the next PR move. The goal is to tire the public of seemingly endless investigations, and then to rapidly change the subject.

        Simply add up the number of times you’ve heard “Good people did bad things….” and “It’s time to turn the page….” so that crimes of government officials go unpunished.

        I suspect the current lot is wishing for one more bite at that apple.

        Liked by 7 people

    • 4sure says:

      Yep. Same old crap sammich served up to the peasants while the elites continue the pillage and the march towards making us all slaves. Flood the country w/illegals who are uneducated, unskilled, criminals who come from a culture of where government and public officials being corrupt is the norm, and voila, you have taken over the republic w/o even firing a single shot.

      Try them and then hang ’em high!

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  11. NJF says:

    Yea no article on the website, but he did pen this one…..”What Trump and Dershowitz should learn from Nixon”


    Liked by 2 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      I saw one yesterday on the supposed parallel power struggles between President Hoover and President Elect FDR vs President Obama and President Elect TRUMP. Pure gar-bage, as usual.

      BTW, love the heels!


  12. John says:

    Woke up this morning and it’s cold enough for hell to freeze over. Then I saw this video and I guess it did.

    Liked by 11 people

  13. TomR,Worc,Ma,USA says:

    That was his last broadcast on CNN.

    Liked by 11 people

  14. thesavvyinvester says:

    Hmmm…. Sounds like CTH has been show prep for CNN….

    Liked by 1 person

  15. tommy lile says:

    Where has CNN been…….I learned all of this and more….. 4 weeks ago on this very website………?

    Liked by 9 people

  16. covfefe999 says:

    Watch the imbedded MSNBC interview clip with Senator Francis Rooney starting at 1:47. What’s up with the MSNBC interviewer at 2:06? Her reaction is very odd. Did Rooney say something that made her uncomfortable?

    Liked by 6 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      Whoever that interviewer woman is (never seen her before) is a hack, using obvious ‘discredit’ tactics by eye-popping and laughing at OBVIOULSY true statements.

      Go back to your Propoganda 101 course sweetheart, you ‘ain’t there yet’.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      LOL, I saw a better clip, one that hadn’t been edited, earlier and the MSNBC chick nearly stroked out because Rep.Rooney said that the FBI needed to be purged. It was the word purge that triggered her. She jumped. Eye eyebrows rose clear into her hairline. Her jaw dropped. She did everything but fall out of her chair. It was kind of hilarious/ridiculous.

      Liked by 10 people

  17. zephyrbreeze says:

    Head in the Sand Democrats:

    “When I started looking into this….” As if he wasn’t keeping up on this as this, as it has all been unfolding., also confessing he’s been anti-Trump.

    Callan is clean, bright and articulate, but like others on the left, has been living in a fact-free environment until he “started looking into this….”

    Maybe CNN is trotting him out to start easing their audience into the reality of what’s about to happen. Last time, the shock and awe of a Trump win, put their audience into such a downward spiral that this time, they want to hone a little closer to a fact-based narrative.

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  18. saywhat64 says:

    Perhaps this is the beginning of a shift at CNN to cover up their cover up of avoiding all these sordid activities of the DOJ and the FBI. His use of the word “purge” instead of indictments and prosecutions maybe very revealing on what CNN’s strategy will be going forward in order to lessen the downside of CNN’s exposure and culpability in their own role of advancing the entire muh-Russian Trump attacks and hillary is not guilty in her use of a private server. Then again, maybe this commentator is just going rouge but it would seem to me that after everything that has been released over the last month with much more coming the leadership at CNN are realizing they better start covering their own asses. From the CNN perspective, a purge at the FBI and the DOJ would be bad for CNN’s credibility but nowhere as bad as indictments and prosecutions of all the corruption and treason against our country.

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    • jmclever says:

      Remember that Fusion GPS paid “journalists” to keep the Russian Collusion story alive. Odds are there are some very nervous CNN personalities working the CYA angle.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Johnny Bravo says:

      SW64, dare I suggest you expect too much of Currupto Networkio Newsio!.

      They will act like someone farted in their face and act indignant at the suggestion they were wrong before finally confessingwe were right all along!”


  19. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    So CNN and/or Callan just noticed all this stuff? Good grief. Still, things must be coming to a boil, or CNN would still not be talking about it.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. New Nonna to be Again!!! says:

    It feels like we’re going to experience a before and after like life, like we feel about JFK’s murder, 9/11, what the time before and after the Civil War must’ve been like for Americans, and for those old enough to remember Pearl Harbor, once this treasonous debacle totally breaks open for ALL the world and our citizens to finally see.

    I feel we’ll remember our ‘normal, every day’ life before and live a chaotic, unsettling, possibly civil war-esque like existence after. I hope I’m wrong. I feel it’s going to take years, if not decades, to prosecute, mete out Justice and put it all behind us. And it will be turmoil with the dims encouraging their ilk to fight in the streets in protest.

    I think it will be world changing. Definitely life changing here in the US. Eventually, for the better, but tough to live through in a ‘normal, every day’ kind of way for a period of time.

    If it cleans up the swamp, it’s a price we HAVE to pay for our progeny and future generations. But sadly, I think it might be a dark time. Praying I’m wrong. God is in control, and I’m hoping this is NOT part of His Will.

    God bless us, every one, ESPECIALLY President Trump. 🙏 Thank you, Mr President.

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  21. You come away from this exchange with the obvious. She is working very hard to defend the position that there was nothing wrong. He, Callan, keeps driving the point home that there not only was something wrong, but it should have been spotted by any standard applied.

    He gets cut off but at one point comes out with how anti-Trump he is and can now see that what the President has been saying is all true.
    None of these people in charge of investigating should have been involved in the first place.
    That even common sense should have had most of these FBI investigators removed from working any part of this.

    It’s just a shame that it has taken this long for some to connect the dots.
    And it’s really sad that a reporter, any reporter, would defend or try to justify the behavior of any of these FBI members.

    This is after all a story. It’s news. Why are they taking a side? Why are they defending or for that matter condemning anyone involved?
    It’s the reporting of news. Thats been the problem from the beginning. “Fake News” exists because reporters now have not just opinions on what to report. They have opinions on what is actually news .
    It’s striking that she questioned none of this to gain more information about it. And instead defended this behavior and made every attempt to discredit what she was hearing.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Bendix says:

      That’s what passes for news today. Political opinion, gossip, and advertising.
      I truly believe the majority of “reporters” don’t even know they’re doing it.

      Liked by 2 people

      • mimbler says:

        I’m sure it has become a reflex. But remember Journolist. These media people are deliberately conspiring and coordinating every day to promote libs and take down repubs.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Hoosier says:

        My opinion is that most reporters couldn’t find their own ass with a map. They are dumb. They are incapable of telling their ass from a hole in the ground. Mental midgets. Morons. I mean look at Don Lemon Party. He just sits there with his Faggy McFag face going duuuuuh. Where is Anderson Pooper. Help me CIA asset… help me now that the rats are abandoning ship. Friggin pathetic.


  22. Brant says:

    Maybe the CNN “objectivity” is somewhat like our side and thoughts (comments on other sites) are pushing into the “main stream” and some people on their side are starting to ask embarrassing questions. Like, “I heard something on some harebrained conspiracy site 2-3 weeks ago, and now it turns out to be true?……..”

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  23. Knight56 says:

    Clearly this an attempt to cover Obama’s “legacy”. The rabbits can sense the fox on their trail. If they suggest a purge its simply to rid those who can shed any light on or lead the fox to the hole that will end up at the White House. No change of heart here, just more evasionary tactics.

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  24. Bendix says:

    I’ve mentioned before, that members of the “thinking class” who are genuine intellectuals have come to understand the phoniness of the whole Russia business. Not all, but a few. Once you understand that the MSM is pushing a fake narrative, it is a short step to agreement when the legal facts are laid out.
    Corrupt is corrupt. Lies are lies. The law is the law.

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  25. Disgusted says:

    I just saw their claim about his article on collusion or conspiracy, but could not stand being on their site with so many horrid claims being stated as if they were true about “Trump” as they refer to The President! WHY did I click on your link to them? YUCK!


  26. CNN Summary: Everything was just political bias, and it can all be solved by firing a few people.

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  27. KBR says:

    A definition from Merriam-Webster dictionary:
    Definition of purge

    purged; purging
    transitive verb
    1 a : to clear of guilt
    b : to free from moral or ceremonial defilement

    2 a : to cause evacuation from purge the bowels
    b (1) : to make free of something unwanted purge a manhole of gas purge yourself of fear (2) : to free (something, such as a boiler) of sediment or relieve (something, such as a steam pipe) of trapped air by bleeding
    c (1) : to rid (a nation, a political party, etc.) by a purge (2) : to get rid of the leaders had been purged
    intransitive verb

    I am going with [2 c (2)] as my preferred definition. “Get rid of” (with extreme predjudice!)

    However it is time to purge the swamp, like in [2 b (2)]to free something of sediment (like a swamp drainhole)

    And I feel that fear of prosecutions and nooses is causing many to (2 a) “purge their bowels”


  28. joninmd22 says:

    Looks like the reporterette needs antidepressants at the end.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Troublemaker10 says:

    Atleast he admits “bias”. Is CNN slowly waking up, or just admitting the inevitable?

    However, this is worse than bias. Bias is what the media does everyday. There is something “criminal” to what we saw happening at FBI and DOJ.


  30. JAS says:

    LOL! I had to walk outside and just make sure that there were no chunks of sky laying around in my backyard!


  31. Wayne Robinson says:

    I want this cat !


  32. trapper says:

    Yeah. And here’s Pat Buchanan weighing in. The information has gone mainstream.


    But the significance of what he describes hasn’t sunken in with him yet. Buchanan cites Bobby Kennedy targeting Jimmy Hoffa and Hoover targeting Martin Luther King, Jr. But neither Hoffa nor King was a major party presidential candidate in the middle of a presidential election. Here, with Trump, multiple federal employees from multiple federal agencies conspired with each other and coordinated their actions to use their offices to “get” the presidential candidate from the opposing party during the presidential election, and attempted to both prevent him from winning the election and prevent him from governing in the event he did win. Government employees are not supposed to do that.


    • Lurker says:

      As Rand Paul says, this is worse than Watergate. I think this is the worst political scandal ever. Who cares about the Russians when you have Democrats around? I thought it was bad enough that they rigged primaries and caused dead people and illegals to vote.

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  33. Ari says:

    Federal employees have to fill out a financial disclosure statement every year under certain circumstances which would include top brass at the FBI. Let’s find those statements and see if he lied on a disclosure statement. I’m pretty sure the disclosure statement covers family members, especially a wife to some extent.


  34. chris Poor says:

    The video is reported as ‘Restricted’ when I try to watch it. Now Google finds CNN to be unsafe?


  35. Nessie509 says:

    Democrats see nothing wrong mixing politics with their government job. Teach them a lesson they won’t forget. Vote. Vote. Vote.


  36. EC says:

    “Not to worry, still fake news. At the end Ms. Harlow says Paul Callan has an Op-Ed at the CNN Website. I looked, it’s not there.”

    It’s up now — http://www.cnn.com/2017/12/29/opinions/fbi-leadership-to-blame-for-tarnished-reputation-callan-opinion/index.html


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