February 12th Interview With Joe DiGenova – Discussion: Schiff Memo…

Former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova conducted a radio interview earlier today with WMAL where he outlines some of the nuance within the Schiff memo and the response from the FBI. Worth listening:

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279 Responses to February 12th Interview With Joe DiGenova – Discussion: Schiff Memo…

  1. Cow wow says:

    Or maybe he didn’t have to flip. This really is an amazing ride. Idk 😐

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    • w5ovf says:

      you are likely correct. ‘Co-operating’ does not mean adding or even corroborating anything. Priestap advising Comey not to tell Congress ‘something’ would be SOP!! The whole DOJ knows that Congress leaks more than even the Yates directive to ‘leak to the media’! OTOH are Priestap, Strzok, FBI, CIA, or both? Is Lisa Page related to Carter Page?

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    • Oh he definitely has to cut a deal. He’s Comey’s boss.They all knew. He’s pulling a John Dean here, and because of that, history will be much kinder to him than the other crooks.

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      • TomF says:

        Ag Comey was Mr. Priestap’s boss.
        Mr. Priestap reported to Mr. Comey.

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      • Sgt Stryker says:

        He’s not Comey’s boss….Comey is HIS boss.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        What did you expect Priestap to do after Comey threw him under the bus at that Congressional hearing? You could tell Comey was totally unprepared when it came to questions about why he didn’t report the investigation against POTUS to the gang of eight as required by law. So, Comey threw Priestap under the bus and blamed him, even though Comey is the top dog and was fully aware of what he was required to do by law. Priestap is in it up to his eyeballs and now in CYA mode, doing whatever it takes to help himself and take down everyone else involved. He’s no saint by any means. He’s just another rat living by their way of working perps………first one to talk gets a walk.

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  2. Margaret Berger says:

    Rf121 “The dems and the MSM will continue to defend the doj and fbi even after the IG report comes out because they are complicit in the crimes.
    So CNN goes on a hiring spree and picks up intel experts and then fires fifty people. CNN also said that moochela’s portriat doesn’t have to look like her. They love alternate realities so it makes sense.

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

    Do you think Rice can blame this on a video?

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  4. Gov Jay says:

    Some very interesting information provided by Joe diGenova… thanks for making this available Sundance… let’s keep the pressure on (just like the Marxist leftists do)!…

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  5. spren says:

    Why isn’t Joe DiGenova our AG?” He would be so much more effective than our AWOL current AG Jeff Sessions, the biggest disappointment of this administration. Maybe I’m wrong, but I would surely like to see some evidence to the contrary. He could’ve been the greatest asset Trump had in these proceedings, but he chose to duck and cover. What use is he? Trump can’t politically fire Sessions, but Sessions should man up and resign, or reverse his recusal and get back into the fight and serve some useful purpose.

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    • Judy W says:

      spren, listen to the recording! DiGenova spells out what Sessions is doing. I just sent that link in a text message to 10 people with the suggestion they share it with anyone in their world who doubts AG Sessions. 🙂

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      • spren says:

        Judy, I did listen to the audio and I can’t see anything that has Sessions’ fingerprints on it. He recused himself from anything having to do with the campaign so how could he be working behind the scenes on it? I hope I am very wrong, but I don’t see it. Has a Grand Jury been convened, and if so, who authorized it?: It couldn’t have been Sessions, and
        Rosenstein would likely be called as a witness so why would he do it?

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        • spren says:

          From my perspective, all of the developments are arising from the work of Nunes, Goodlatte, and Grassley. I see nothing coming from Jeff Sessions who I see as hiding in the weeds. From my view, Sessions has been completely useless in this most important fight in our lifetimes. I sure hope to be proven wrong in my attitude.

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          • Cow wow says:

            spren, I am relieved that we finally have an AG in Sessions who is an honorable man who does not used his position to spout forth to the world what he is or is not doing.
            A professional bringing the rule of law Back to the DOJ.

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          • MTK says:

            Maybe, it all so simple, concerning Sessions’ recusal.

            If he was leading the charge into the AG side of the investigation.

            How does that play out, when he then has to put on his prosecuting hat?

            Political, the MSM would say, “He is now leading the charge to self validate his investigation.”

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        • dagnyshrug says:

          Sessions could be working on the purely technical regarding crimes having nothing to do with Russia, specifically. Then again, Sessions has been very close to the Bush family for decades, and while I believe he was always part of the original ‘insurance policy’, I would be happy to be wrong about that.

          The ‘never Trump’ bunch is worse than the democrats where President Trump is concerned, and probably just as devious. The dems were certainly aware of this fracture and could have teamed up to put Sessions in the Trump campaign early on if they knew he was a never Trumper. Most all of them are capable of bipartisanship when it comes to protecting the swamp.

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          • Cow wow says:

            Dagnyshrug, do you have links we can read about AG Sessions being very close to the Bush family? I have followed him for many many years and have never before heard this.
            Please back up your statements for all our benefit.

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          • TomF says:

            Happily, you are wrong about that (AG Sessions).
            Try to keep up.

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          • Craig D says:

            Reply to dagnyshrug – I am not sure if you are right on Sessions, but you are exactly on point about the never Trumpers. This corruption by the Democrats against the opposition (Republicans) has been going on for years, and as the stakes got bigger (possible Trump being president) the corruption got bigger (use the FBI & DOJ along with the corrupt media to derail Trump. What is far worse (it seems to me) is Republicans jumping in with the corrupt Democrats to assist and support the use of the DOJ, FBI and corrupt media to take down President Trump.

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        • Payday says:

          I agree. All I heard is it’s being investigated. I still don’t know if it will ever be prosecuted. Who’s going to do it?

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          • David A says:

            Lets us see – three current investigations into HRC, plus 1.2 million pages of IG report to flush out plus an accurate analysis of the court system to flush out the deep staters there and not waste millions of man hours on a corrupt judicial, nope, not yet ready to throw Sessions under the bus.

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        • Pat Frederick says:

          perhaps the “…24 pending criminal investigations…” are Sessions’ fingerprints

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    • 196ski says:

      Sessions is doing his job the only way a competent AG can, quietly and thoroughly. It needs to be methodical and when the charges are filed, iron clad. Those in the cross hairs are far far more disturbed by his silence than they would be if he was talking.

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    • w5ovf says:

      AG Jeff Sessions is P45 greatest ally! Neither can appear to give the deep state congress\media the slighest hint of impropriety\corruption. OTOH the DOJ/FBI, DOS, and all Intel remains all corrupt from P44!

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        SD, can we please place a moratorium on the is Sessions a black or white hat argument? it is getting tiresome. Until we get some new info on this, please guys enough.

        that being said this is the greatest site in the world and i love you all. just please enough with repeating the same unknowable arguments. that goes with whether Priestap is white or black hat too. its all very junior high school and unless you are personally involved in this saga, kinda pointless. sorry if i have overstepped here.

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        • Rynn69 says:

          Perhaps the white hat-black hat anxiety just stems from people who care about the country and are trying to allay any fears as a sort of self-reassurance. I don’t mind any of it because people are engaged, knowledgeable, and informed — all good.

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        • rich says:

          Agreed! The debate over Sessions has become tiresome. Let us judge him after the information has all percolated up. Until then, find something else to fret about.

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      • CaptainNonno says:

        Wonder what all these sealed warrants around the country are all about?

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    • TomF says:

      ” Maybe I’m wrong………”
      No maybe about it, you are wrong.

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  6. Donzo says:

    Can we have multiple simultaneous arrests at the crack of dawn a la Godfather 1 while perps are trying feverishly to sleep?

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  7. covfefe999 says:

    That interview gave me the chills! Please please please let this blow up in the Democrats faces! Please please please let there be enough good people in positions of power to make it happen!

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    • Donzo says:

      CNN will hedge their bets with Pay Per View of the trial. They are going to have to do something. Ditto the rest of the talking heads.

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    • When DiGenova mentioned the numerous FBI and DOJ attorneys working on the 24 separate criminal leak investigations my first thought was “how many of them are uncorrupted?” How sad is that??

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      • Rynn69 says:

        I know what you are saying, but I think it will turn out well. When the tide turns, everyone wants to be on the right side. Good people can feel outnumbered by a few in power that are rotten-to-the-core so they stay silent. Think of Senator Joe Manchin at the SOTU standing up to clap, looking at his fellow Democrats sitting, and quietly retreating into his chair.

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  8. molonlabe28 says:

    Great interview with Joe DiGenova.

    He brings a critical perspective and he is well connected.

    So he gets insights before the rest of us do.

    It’s comforting to know that Priestepp and others are cooperating.

    The DOJ and the FBI have become real pressure cookers.

    I suspect that Rosenstein will recuse himself at the direction of his personal attorney in the near future.

    Someone at his level would need to be able to offer up Lynch, Comey, Rice or Obama to get any type of deal at all from the OIG.

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    • dawg says:

      “I suspect that Rosenstein will recuse himself at the direction of his personal attorney in the near future.”

      -I think thats a great point. Ive been trying to come up with how I think that is going to play out, and that seems to be the most logical outcome. Just outright firing him would not look good politically, but he needs to go, so how do we get rid of him. I think if this thing plays out the way its headed, he will have to.

      Maybe Brand saw that too, and knew that if he recused, she was up and didnt want that.

      Actually, now that I think about it, RRs recusal may come very soon now!

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  9. Donzo says:

    There is no honor in saving your own ass while your co-conspirators. It is hard to understand why Priestap didn’t resign long ago unless he was a very early white hat mole. Not bloody likely!

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    • Donzo says:

      Co-conspirators fry

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    • Rynn69 says:

      I agree that there is a question to whether it is “honorable” to cooperate after the fact and when the heat comes down – which for Priestap was probably Comey’s March 2017 testimony fingering Priestap as a fall guy. A truly honorable person would not play the game all this time, they would report it to the overseers (in this case I.G.) immediately or leave the position. There is no question that our government will have to slowly and methodically be cleaned out of the Bush – Clinton – Obama people and replaced with “clean” outsiders with honor and integrity. People who live by their oath, truth, and justice. I would venture a guess it would be about 60-80% of the agencies as this seems to be the percentage in Congress. We are a great country that should reflect its greatness in the leadership.

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      • Mark T says:

        Maybe he was reporting to the IG the whole time. We don’t know for sure, but we do know he’s one of the few that Trump has never singled out.

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        • Mr. T. says:

          President Trump isn’t going to attack Priestap when he already knows that the rat is cooperating. POTUS is briefed daily and knows what’s going on. He’s certainly no fool.

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  10. kallibella says:

    Am I too naive for not being able to wait for the day…THE day…THE DAY when We the People will see the handcuffs around the Crooked One and her president Ozero44, and Comey, and McCabe, and Lisa Page and her lover the cheating Peter S., and all the rest who in the State Department and the DOJ and even perhaps in other agencies that had anything to do with spying on President Trump. If anyone advanced the lie, they should be brought to account. If they manufactured lies, they should pay.
    Oh the day. The day. THE DAY!!!!

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  11. Sgt Stryker says:

    What’s really inexplicable…
    The MSM has the story of the century and NO reporter cares to investigate and report on any part of it.
    Says everything you need to know about the Marxist media.
    III/0317

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    • covfefe999 says:

      We thought it was bad during the presidential race, it’s so much worse now. The grim reality is now in full view, much of the MSM operates as the propaganda division of the Democrats (in a way that would make Hitler and Goebbels so proud). They are deliberately misinforming their viewers/readers in order to manipulate elections.

      I was thinking about that deliberate misinformation. When/if indictments of the traitors start to happen, the MSM will spin it as a witch hunt and the misinformed viewers/readers will accept it as such because they have zero knowledge of the underlying factual information. Just like the case of Trayvon, so many people continued to perceive Trayvon as the red-shirted 10 year old skipping through an apartment complex when he was mercilessly gunned down. Even when they were confronted with facts, the propaganda was so deeply implanted they were effectively brainwashed and incapable of rational thought processes. This is a very very serious problem in the US.

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    • CaptainNonno says:

      Many of their key colleague players will be rolled up and they know it. They were paid to plant stories, leaks and present the lying attacks.

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  12. HankM says:

    Joe diGenova is an All Star political or legal commentator.

    I love hearing his frank, factual no holds barred (but respectful) commentary. Unlike the repugnant thespian phonies on CNN or MSNBC that read scripts, Joe tells it as he sees it and not what the network wants him to say.
    He might be a partisan but partisan is not a bad word when it is blended with integrity, facts, honesty and courage.

    Nobody can say, “I hate dirty cops” like Joe. Even Bogie couldn’t do it better.

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    • John Good says:

      I trust Joe diGenova’s analysis of this “FISA” treason, more than anyone else that I have seen or heard interviewed. He just seems “more credible” than everyone else.
      Thanks to Sundance for introducing him to us here.
      My own thoughts on this, is that these treasonous slime-balls must be made examples of to the rest of the World, so that anyone thinking of doing this again has second thoughts.
      They tried to take down the Greatest Country in the History of the World & must be executed by a Military Firing Squad. Or even better, the Electric Chair ( I am going to be dreaming about “Liberal Heads Exploding” & “Cankles Popping” tonight)!

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      • Zippy says:

        “I trust Joe diGenova’s analysis of this ‘FISA’ treason, more than anyone else that I have seen or heard interviewed. He just seems “more credible” than everyone else.”

        So do I.

        I first saw him completely by chance on C-Span’s Washington Journal, a program I normally don’t watch, because I came across the program’s topic description in my program menu. I know everything one needs to know about the handling of highly classified materials because I have handled such materials and it was mandatory that I was TAUGHT those rules before I could handle such materials. During the farcical investigation of the Clinton email issue there was a parade of complete BS in the news even from so-called “experts” on that topic. diGenova’s analysis in this video is absolutely correct. I went through the State Department’s publicly accessible web contents listing their own rules for handling classified materials and found twelve pages worth of their own rules that Clinton had violated. When she wasn’t indicted, I then knew the game was completely rigged.

        His 16 Mar 2016 interview on Washington Journal:

        https://www.c-span.org/video/?406228-4/washington-journal-joseph-digenova-hillary-clintons-emails

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  13. MTK says:

    Most people have never been in a situation, where someone is secretly working against you while pretending to support you. So when that someone gives you some advise, and knowing your up to your eye balls in something bad, your thinking ,”This advise is sound”, and because we’re birds of feather, you never stop to weigh the risk, “Is this advise going to incriminate me at some point in a manner that can not be undone?”

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  14. andi lee says:

    “Obstruction of Justice”:
    Adam Schiff … and every other democrat, and a handful of Republicans.

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  15. Anonymous says:

    I wish Joe and many others would stop pontificating with certainty. He has theories about what is going on, but unless he has leaked info, he does not know some things for sure. I much more value people saying “I think Theory A, based on indicators 1, 2, and 3” rather than “A happened”. We can actually tease apart info way better if we discuss it and analyze it than if we act like we know all the secrets. We don’t. We are figuring them out.

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  16. covfefe999 says:

    I actually agree with Anonymous. DiGenova’s way of speaking causes him to present his theories as facts. There’s no way he knows all of that information but nobody else knows. He’s not in the government now, he’s a former Federal prosecutor. I do appreciate and believe his explanations so I’m not criticizing the information he’s providing, I just wish he’d present it as his own opinions and not fact.

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  17. andros2112 says:

    Please, someone give me compelling reason to believe that – somehow – justice will be served this time. Obama has destroyed my confidence that this country is governed by the rule of law.

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  18. johnparham1 says:

    “It’s begun.” No offense but what is “It?” The treepers cause needs a simple, memorable editorial ‘handle’ by which to call this travesty. I know Sundance has “The big ugly” but this is too obscure for the general public. Any ideas?! We need to Trump-style brand this thing!

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