The Process of Disproving a Negative Accusation…

Jeffrey Lord appears on NewsMax TV to discuss the Rod Rosenstein announcement yesterday, and also the larger discussion of how the Mueller investigation disproves a negative political claim.

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161 Responses to The Process of Disproving a Negative Accusation…

  1. fleporeblog says:

    They are warning the Democrats to get a million miles away from Muh Russia 🇷🇺! The data below after Friday will only get worse for the Democrats.

    From the article linked above:

    From the article linked above:

    Not matter how you spin it, FISAgate is proving to be bad news for Democrats.

    And that includes former President Barack Obama, which must have the liberal media reeling.

    A new IBD/TIPP poll shows that Americans overwhelmingly believe the Obama administration “improperly surveilled” Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Investor’s Business Daily reported.

    Even more troubling for Democrats, a majority of respondents said they’d like to see a special prosecutor appointed to look into possible misconduct by the FBI and Justice Department in spying on Trump.

    Some 55% of those said it was “likely” that the Obama administration “improperly surveilled the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.” There was an obvious partisan split among the responses, with 87% of Republicans and 55% of independents saying the improper spying took place, but only 31% of Democrats.

    Democrats had better hope they gain control of Congress in the 2018 election, given the poll’s results on whether a special counsel was needed to “investigate whether the FBI and the Department of Justice improperly surveilled the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election.”

    A majority of respondents, 54 percent, answered “yes,” compared to 44 percent saying “no.”

    And while it’s not surprising that 74 percent of Republicans said yes, along with 50 percent of independents, an almost shocking 44 percent of Democrats believe a special counsel is needed.

    The longer the Trump-Russia probe drags out, the worse it is for Democrats, so don’t be surprised when they start pushing for the investigation to wrap up.

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    • 4sure says:

      When it comes to polls re. politicians as a group and political parties , the polls are really meaningless. They are pretty much ignored by the one’s who are the subjects, as well as the general public.

      Case in point is the poll that has for yrs. told us that congress sucks and traditionally rates lower than whale poop. That poll has never had any effect on the actions of the swamp. It has had little to no effect on the same lower than whale poop critters being reelected yr. after yr. for lifetime careers as America’s most hated.

      Most Americans hate congress. “Well, okay, not everyone. But almost everyone. The Real Clear Politics polling average shows that a mere 14 percent of Americans approve of Congress, compared to 78 percent who disapprove. ”

      So, the dims could care less about any poll numbers. The Russia fake collusion w/Trump story will continue. It keeps the lomofo dimm voter base energized and that’s what the dimms want for the midterms.A well energized base that believes the Rooskies helped Trump steal the election from Hillary.

      This fake news story is not going away any time soon, and neither is Mueller. As SD has said on several occasions, it’s all about leverage. And this is the only game in town for the dimms.

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      • SharkDiver says:

        Completely disagree. CNN ratings are down up to 30% YTD. The Dem “base” isn’t tuning in anymore. Ratings drive narratives, and Mueller is just about finished…He’s just looking for a soft landing.

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        • J. Eric Lunden says:

          Mueller isn’t going to get a soft landing. He will be held accountable for colluding with Comey to do harm to the United States of America. IG Report will make sure of that.

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          • Dave Radetsky says:

            Glad you’re confident, but please tell me who is going to hold him accountable? The fact is that he will be highly protected by the establishment and the media. Most likely he’ll just go away, but there is very little chance he will be held accountable. That’s the reality of our system of “justice” which, in reality, is controlled by a limited few of the “elite” and rarely truly gives out justice.

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            • RICHARD CANARY says:

              “The fact is that he will be highly protected by the establishment and the media. Most likely he’ll just go away, but there is very little chance he will be held accountable.”– Dave Radetsky.

              Your post lit a lightbulb in my head that said “Why don’t conservtives take over the media?

              There are many good media venues for conservatives, including this Treehouse, and Breitbart, and some lower impact sites, but there is not one single place to click on to see all of them at once. Drudge has a pretty full line of affiliates, but plenty of them are not very conservative.

              The old media (MSM) seem to be impossible to defeat, so it seems that some new form of
              organization that includes its own social media entities could be the next generation of conservative media. Although joined together for bringing in the public, each entity could
              compete with others in it for their share of audience.

              Now is the time for this to develope, while we have the White House and many other assets, and the democrats seem to be getting ready for a very painful payback for the Obama jihad and the treason of the FBI and DOJ, among other departments that are likely to get joined with them.

              I admit this is nebulous, and somewhat obvious, and I can’t help that because I’m not good at all the available technological skills of mass communication in this modern day. I have a hard time navigating just a few web systems myself, and here I am suggesting a new web system.

              I leave the kernal of the idea with my betters here at the Treehouse.

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              • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

                Agree completely. That is the exact reason that Net Meutrality had to go down in flames. Code for let’s do to the internet what we have accomplished with the MSM.

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              • TheLastDemocrat says:

                If it is centralized, it is easier to be corrupted.

                This is not how Jesus showed who he was to the world. He spoke to individuals and small audiences, and let them share the news, neighbor by neighbor.

                At 13, sure, he spoke in a synagogue, but they sure did not embrace him and get him into the hierarchy.

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        • OnlyInAmerica says:

          Agree

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        • Gary says:

          He will throw a brick through the living room window as he leaves…The Dems have to much to lose to just walk away…Draining the swamp starts at the justice department, as it provides the tools required to flush out the “clogs”…

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Than let them have it! Once the IG drops his MOAB and real indictments occur, that same Left you talk about will be jumping off the nearest bridge. Realizing their world has been turned upside down. You want to talk about demoralized, they will be the definition of it.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        They weren’t that motivated this evening in Louisiana!

        The runoff will be between two Republicans!

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        • 4sure says:

          That district is about as red as you can get. It is 70% white, high income and high education.

          From http://winwithjmc.com/archives/2676
          ” It has elected Republicans since 1980: Terry Gee, Steve Windhorst (who defeated Gee in 1991), and Jim Tucker (who succeeded Windhorst in 2001 upon his election to a judgeship in Jefferson Parish). Furthermore, this local Republican dominance has never been challenged: the only contested races in the district in recent memory (in 1991 and 2001) were among Republicans. Once in the 1991 primary, a Democrat ran, but she only received 18% of the vote.

          The new district has been relocated to the middle section of Tangipahoa Parish. Though it is shaped like a “U”, it can simply be described as the area between Hammond and Amite, except for a string of black majority precincts along Highway 51. Its black voter registration is a modest 15%, which practically guarantees that a Republican will be elected, since in recent elections, it has given at least 70% of the vote to Republican candidates at the top of the ballot. In fact, its political complexion is identical to a neighboring district in southern Tangipahoa that has voted for Republican House candidates since 1995.

          A democrat would not come close to being elected in House Dist. 86. So, this is not a good barometer of what the midterms may look like.

          I hope the dims. never win another election anywhere. But, let’s not get over confident, by solid red districts that have traditionally had low dim. support. And let’s not give any thought to polls that measure the public’s perception of ideologues having any effect on changing their behavior.

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          • RG says:

            The statistics of the district state a fact. White, high income, and high education. We have one race of people in this country that rejects high education and the color white. They even reject high income and just want the government to give and give and give some more. Yep, that explains our county.

            Last night I was out to dinner in San Antonio. It is highly populated with decent, hard working brown people called Latinos or Hispanics. They were sitting at table eating dinner together and not being so loud as to make one have to move. You could see the grit and determination on their faces and the proud composure of men and women who aren’t ashamed of America. I suppose by this time that many brown people in San Antonio are second or even third generation Americans.

            Blacks just complain and their dictionary just has one word, racism.

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          • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

            Think Alabama Senate special election.

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          • TheLastDemocrat says:

            Thanks, 4sure.

            Here is the problem with the “re-districting” issue:

            If you blend a district to be a mix of white and Black, because of racial politics, then the white vote overwhelms the Black vote.

            If you form districts to ensure a Black candidate gets elected, then that political position is seen as an established “given,” and the general populace can ignore whatever issues are advocated by their rep because that issue will be seen as a narrow agenda suited to a tailored population of voters.

            Overall, in my humble opinion, the best would be if candidates worked on the issues, versus racial politics. The Dems do not want Blacks to shift to this view because the Dems have figured out a formula: play identity politics, make people hate each other, and sustain the power. –And who cares about what really goes on with healthcare, education, or taxes.

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        • CBNC says:

          16.4% turnout –

          THIS IS THE PROBLEM – even though the pubs won.

          A very small number vote each and every election – local, state, national – a tiny shift either way determines the result.

          If you don’t vote then you have no say, or you can riot in the streets when you choose not to. It keeps going on and on.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            And the local crooks take big advantage of it. All big buck
            bond issue pork fests are put on the ballot during off
            season, knowing that just a handful will show up to oppose
            them. Done deals, with the pretext of voter approval.

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          • Amen Amen Amen! Low turnout, failure to be involved, failure to be informed, all may be inscribed on the Conservative tombstone some day. So many Americans rely on slogans and sound-bites and “tweets” which by their very natures prevent any kind of in-depth thought about anything!

            At their best, one of them might inspire somebody to go digging deeper for the whole story. But I suspect – looking at my students – that this will rarely happen. Curiosity is dying, and the massively drooling nonsense from our “Kulcher” is drowning many minds…but by their own choice!

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      • Michael J. Machnica says:

        I know polling can be very scientific AND misleading, depending on how something is worded can make a difference in the response obtained. I think that Congress poll is general. Congress BAD, with the exception of MY representative. Hence the general re-election success rate. Eric Cantor was an anomaly. Grass roots tried to oust McConnell & Ryan. The campaign finance laws are written and rigged so that candidates are beholden to the political party for re-election $$$. Public campaign financing is not the answer, either. Then the donor class just gets the taxpayer to pick up the tab.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Fle, totally agree on of the reasons for the Russian indictment announcement is to warn everyone muh Russia is muh over. As SD wrote, timing of the announcement was everything. 40 min after FBI admitted screwing up the Parkland shooting, that much everything.

      Another reason, Special Witch Hunt is wrapping up and with Flynn case being dropped Mueller needs to justify a year witch hunt and millions of dollars going to legal team of Clinton cronies. Note also the announcement to further investigate Manfort for money laundering.

      The people are sick of this and the DOJ/FBI/SWH know this. If it doesn’t stop soon the dims are going to lose big time in the midterms as your polls show. Just need to find enough never-Romeny (CoC, Uniparty etc.) candidates.

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      • sat0422 says:

        I have never believed that Sandy Hook was carried out by one deranged and mentally challenged white kid either. He was handled by someone or at least that is my humble opinion.

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        • Michael J. Machnica says:

          Something was being covered up at Sandy Hook. 1) The first news footage of the scene from helicopters overhead was scrubbed clean off the Internet. 2) Crime scene was destroyed so that ONLY the establishment narrative could be told, just like Oklahoma City, etc.

          No one could get into a vacant building to take pictures or video at Sandy Hook. In Oklahoma City, the debris was carted off to a secure landfill in guarded dump trucks so that samples could not be taken to check for secondary explosives placed in the building.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I like it but that article is now 10 days old so the poll is 2 weeks or older. Is there anything more recent? It will be interesting to see how Muellers 13 indictments affect public opinion, at least as measured via polling. I understand that, just by the numbers, there is high probability that a majority of responses in that and most polls are from people who watch or read a lot of MSM-sourced news as opposed to conservatives who may be better informed from reading more probing sites like CTH and others who don’t take their marching orders from corporatists.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        GB Bari I think with each passing day, the Muh Russia narrative is killing the Democrats. People are seeing bonuses (3.8 million), increases in their weekly or bimonthly checks, consumers confidence through the roof., ISIS being destroyed etc. and are happy with our President l The last thing they are worried about is Muh Russia.

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  2. evergreen says:

    Why couldn’t this particular investigation have been conducted by a staff regular at DOJ? What’s so special that it had to be an IC?

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  3. simicharmed says:

    Here we have it – LITERALLY – 13 “indictments” – of the tooth fairy and the Dwarfs of Snow White and Santa Claus and his Elves are on deck! This Mueller “ordeal” is yet another SHAME of the NATION! The paid DOJ can handle these ghosts and this Welfare line-item of the Special Council should be eliminated. Hollywood can take over and fund another dumb movie for Mueller! It might be a comedy too..

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  4. Theresa Leskinen says:

    Dear Lord, please bring all this to a conclusion. We praise you for all you are doing. We love you Lord. We ask you to protect all those who are working for good. Thank you for showing us these things. Amen

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  5. And Adam Schiff soldiers on … ‘there is evidence not available to the public that certainly relates to collusion and there is evidence not available to the public that certainly relates to obstruction’. Desperate is as desperate does. Adam doesn’t know that there is nothing in the burger. Poor Adam.

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    • Heika says:

      Nothing is available to the public – if it might give away the incompetence or malfeasance of the redactors. For decades bureaucrats (and that is what the three letter agencies are run by) have used censorship and redaction to simply cover their dirty business – their unwiped derrières.

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    • trapper says:

      He knows there is nothing there. He will never give up. He’s a liar.

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    • The Boss says:

      Yes Adam. How about you kindly release the information you have about Hillary’s “collusion” with the commies and her myriad obstructions of justice? Otherwise, you don’t have squat, boy!

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    • covfefe999 says:

      This is just so pathetic. Schiff said:

      “There is certainly an abundance of non-public information that we’ve gathered in the investigation. And I think some of that non-public evidence is evidence on the issue of collusion and some … on the issue of obstruction,” Schiff said, according to The Guardian. […] “As a former prosecutor, you follow the money. We have not been able to adequately follow the money,” Schiff said.

      Very weak statement implying but not directly stating that they have evidence of collusion or obstruction. “Evidence on the issue of”, who says that? Why not just say “evidence of”? Sounds like a little bit obfuscating word play there I love how he starts if off with “I think”. You either have it or you dont, Adam.. And he admits they don’t have a money trail. Well then what DO they have? Release it. Leak it. Put up or shut up. 🙂

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      • highdezertgator says:

        Obfuscating… in current lingo it is …. word salad: “a confused or unintelligible mixture of seemingly random words and phrases, specifically (in psychiatry) as a form of speech indicative of advanced schizophrenia.”

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        • covfefe999 says:

          I think he carefully chose his words to prop up the hopes of the lo-fo libs who are so rabid for Trump to be tossed out they aren’t listening or reading carefully. Even the Guardian and the Hill adjusted what Schiff said and made it more definitive, just like a lo-fo lib would read it.

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        • Ditch Mitch says:

          Sh!tforbrains is blaming PDJT for rejecting the dims memo by implying obstruction evidence was in the memo be PDJT won’t let it be released.

          Sh!tforbrains makes accusations knowing that even if there was evidence (which there is no evidence) it could not be released to the public. If there was any smidgen of evidence it would be released in less than a NY minute.

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      • testpointwp says:

        I would suggest that evidence cannot be non-public. Evidence consists of the facts pertaining to an event. Those facts must be known by the principals before they are known to law enforcement or government. Therefore, while the desemination of evidence may be restricted, it is always public.

        Schiff uses linguine speak at every opportunity. He precedes legally difficult to prove crimes of collusion and obstruction with second, third and fourth degrees of separation by stating, “I think”, “some” and “the issue of”. He might as well be describing rainbow unicorns.

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      • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

        “Very weak statement implying but not directly stating that they have evidence of collusion or obstruction. “Evidence on the issue of”, who says that? Why not just say “evidence of”?”
        Reminds me of the “evidence” of global warming. When they tell me the average temperature was .13 degrees higher than average. Give me a break. Sort of like saying the guy was much taller than me. At least 1/8 of an inch taller!

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      • MTeresa says:

        Schiff or get off the pot.

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    • Uncle Al says:

      Adam Schiff:

      …there is evidence not available to the public that certainly relates to collusion and there is evidence not available to the public that certainly relates to obstruction…

      I do not believe you.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      He’s right for once… The problem is it’s all in his own Democrat party.

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      • David A says:

        Bingo!
        This law article said…
        “First, if Mueller’s theory is correct, three things make Steele a criminal: first, he is a foreign citizen; second, he tried to influence an election, which he received payments to do (including from the FBI itself); and third, he neither registered as a foreign agent nor listed his receipts and expenditures to the Federal Election Commission. Also, according to the FBI, along the way, Steele lied…a lot, while the dossier he disseminated contained its own lies based on bought-and-paid for smears from foreign sources reliant on rumors and innuendo.

        Second, if Mueller’s theory is correct, three things make FusionGPS a criminal co-conspirator: it knew Steele was a foreign citizen; it knew, and paid, Steele to influence an election; and it knew, and facilitated, Steele neither registering as a foreign agent nor reporting his funding from the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign to the Federal Election Commission.

        Third, if Mueller’s theory is correct, then three things make PerkinsCoie a potential target: it knew Steele was a foreign citizen; it knew, and paid, Steele to influence an election; and it knew, and facilitated, Steele neither registering as a foreign agent nor reporting his funding from the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign to the Federal Election Commission, by disguising its receipt of payments from the Clinton campaign as a “legal expense.”

        Fourth, if Mueller’s theory is correct, then three things make the DNC a potential target: it knew Steele was a foreign citizen; it knew, and paid, Steele to influence an election; and it knew, and facilitated, Steele neither registering as a foreign agent nor reporting his funding from the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign to the Federal Election Commission, by disguising its payments to Steele as laundered legal expenses to a law firm.

        Fifth, if Mueller’s theory is correct, three things make the Clinton Campaign a potential target: it knew Steele was a foreign citizen; it knew, and paid, Steele to influence an election; and it knew, and facilitated, Steele neither registering as a foreign agent nor reporting his funding from the Clinton campaign to the Federal Election Commission, by disguising its funding of payments to Steele laundered through a law firm as a “legal expense.”

        Sorry, lost the link. However we know there were numerous other foreign agents the DNC colluded with, and not just to influence an election, but to remove a sitting president, and many other areas of likely illegal use of the FISA court, and clear obstruction in not going after HRC. Oh, and the Obama admin paid into the dossier apparently as well.

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        • powderdayrules says:

          Great comment! You should add a “sixth, if Meuller’s theory is correct” about a lying and colluding media. Maybe they violated FCC rules and should lose their broadcast licenses?

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        • Good Morning Fellow Treepers…I am sitting here this Sunday morning before Mass and I realized something that NO ONE has been talking about — what IF the Mueller Investigation is: 1) To bring down PDJT and 2) To find where ALL THE MONEY LEADS TO? EO on 21 Dec 2017 cuts off the flow, BUT IT DOES NOT CUT OFF THE SOURCE…As a forensics programmer type. Follow the MONEY…Everyone is talking about the Mid-Terms and Muellers Investigation but there is BIGGER GAME AFOOT and a lot of people are watching this very carefully of the source…JMTC..(just my 2 cents)!!!

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        • Michael J. Machnica says:

          Wouldn’t you add the FBI to that list, because they also paid Steele?
          Could Steele use the FBI payment to claim entrapment?

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    • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

      He is correct. There IS evidence relative to collusion. The secret he isn’t sharing is that it was HIS party and HIS candidate that did the colluding. If he had the evidence, where? Oh yeah, it got redacted, right? Maybe it got dropped down the Schiffhole. Maybe it was his only copy and he had to use it when he Schiffed on himself. He can’t go without notes and doesn’t want to stink the place up so…

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    • BurmaShave2 says:

      From Schiff’s [erratic and desperate] behavior it is clear at least to me that 1) Nancy P and the rest of the DNC mafia are aware that the thoroughly corrupt Democrat Party as a whole is in eminent danger of being exposed as a completely criminal organization (anyone surprised?); and 2) Nancy told Adam “you go out there and, like Horatio at the bridge, hold the posse at bay for as long as you possibly can while, er, the rest of us make “arrangements”.

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  6. Heika says:

    I think this sums up my points. The generalisation of ‘the Russia threat’, gives away the fraud of it all. Trouble is, despite the best efforts of the naughty ones trying to manipulate the messages, the public are not stupid. Fox was behaving themselves, and backing up Nunes, Grassley etc al, but now they have the ‘Russia word’ back in their hands, its giving them a way to wriggle out of sticking with HARD TRUTH, and so they join the rest of the MSM, in resembling and idiot box. The only one on Fox who has stayed the course on scepticism over the “RUSSIA RUSSIA’ narrative (and still is not falling for it) is Tucker Carlson. Even Hannity is now drinking up Muellers unprovable mythology of ‘the 13 mysterious scapegoats’ who he is hoping will distract from his impotent witch hunting. https://twitter.com/paulsperry_/status/964727759577714689

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    • grandmaintexas says:

      We must always remember that the MSM is propaganda. We are being fed a story and each reporter/pundit has a role to play to further the aims and objectives of those who are calling the shots. This includes the talent at FOX News.

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        FNN, the controlled opposition. There are very few left on FNN and FBN that are truly independent. Even the good ones are forced to take on bad guests because the guests are under contract to Fox. The left verse right controlled debates don’t work anymore. But they keep presenting them.

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        • Ad rem says:

          Pulled you out of the bin ….. 😦

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        • grandmaintexas says:

          Absolutely. The longer I don’t watch the ‘news’ the easier it is to see the manipulation.

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          • ZurichMike says:

            Yup! Occasionally when I am on business travel to the US, I will switch on the TV in the hotel room just to see what I am missing (I threw out my TV in Switzerland 10 years ago). I am aghast at how horrible US news is/was — so much emoting, so little objective information.

            Same thing for the newspapers. When I visit my mother, I glance at the two local papers she still gets: a daily and a weekly. Both are very thin, have copy/paste AP or Reuters stories — virtually no local “real” reporting. Letters to the editor are penned by those with a 4th grade understanding of English and logical thinking. Editorials are vapid rehash of Dem talking points. Awful.

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    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      Hannity has been saying “Russia” so often on TV that it annoys me. Too much repetition for a daily viewer. I was watching mostly just for John Solomon & Sara Carter. But the segments are too short to really convey much meaningful information. Suck you in so that you tune in tomorrow.

      His radio show was better because that is not under the FOX News corporate boot.However, I rarely listen to that now, either.
      Time is better spent here, or listening on Youtube for updates from Judicial Watch and Dr. Jerome Corsi

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  7. Peter Rabbit says:

    Keystone Cops made two bonehead announcements Friday that would embarrass normal thinking people. First was Rosey’s reading of the silly Russkie indictments. How could he do this with a straight face? We were told that Mueller’s elite team of mostly Ivy League lawyers were the most brilliant group. Really? It was ridiculous.

    Second announcement came Friday that the FBI completely bungled the handling of all the information on the Florida school shooter.

    We recall also how the FBI ignored Russian reports to FBI HQ about the Boston Marathon Bombers.

    The worst of all dates back to their failure to follow and connect all the leads surrounding the perpetrators of the 9-11 Attack.

    No matter how bad they screw up and no matter how many Americans die, their incompetence is ignored and outright rewarded with promotions.

    Notice that today that when a major tragedy occurs, the Law Enforcement Brass and politicians race each other to the microphones assuring us, “Don’t worry. We got this covered!” Even before the bodies are counted and the dead identified. They are already in full cover up mode.

    It makes my blood boil to see this happen. Why are the all the self-identified loud mouth Mavericks in DC completely silent on this? At least Gov. Rick Scott spoke out.

    Pres. Trump and AG Sessions, this is the first place to drain the swamp completely, and it cannot wait.

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    • cboldt says:

      Governor Scott’s “speak out” was a diversion from the incompetence of locals. What’s next, call the FBI on all domestic abuse cases?
      When I was a kind, making something a federal case meant something. Now every hangnail that makes the news is turned into a federal case. The reason this is a federal case is because the feds want to disarm the public.
      Sometinms the enemy of your enemy is still your enemy.

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      • starfcker says:

        Cboldt, let me ask you this. Do you think the people who ignored the specific threats called in to the FBI should keep their jobs? And do you think Director Wray standing up for those people is warranted? What level of incompetence would move you off of those positions?

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        • cboldt says:

          I’m not defending either the FBI or the locals. They are all incompetent slackers at best. I think they are malicious until proven othewrwise. I’d fire all of them and give responsibility for self defence to self.

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      • Kintbury54 says:

        FBI new motto is “see something, say something and I promise to do absolutely nothing about it”.

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    • Peter Rabbit says:

      And is Rosenstein the right man to head this Complete Review? Really??

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    • trapper says:

      “FBI completely bungled the handling of all the information on the Florida school shooter. We recall also how the FBI ignored Russian reports to FBI HQ about the Boston Marathon Bombers. The worst of all dates back to their failure to follow and connect all the leads surrounding the perpetrators of the 9-11 Attack.”

      Add Orlando. One is a fluke. Two is incompetence. Three is a broken system. Four is corruption. But more? In Fast and Furious the DOJ and ATF deliberately allowed illegal gun sales to go through. Are the alarm bells going off for you yet? I no longer allow for even the possibility that any of these mass shootings are random. There is now just too much pattern to them.

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      • cboldt says:

        Read Howie Carr on the FBI in Boston.
        The FBI is a criminal organization.

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        • deplorabledooku says:

          IIRC all tips that the local FBI gets such as in the Parkland tragedy are referred over to the highly politicized HQ in D.C. which then decides if action should be taken. As with all of the mooslime terrorism Newspeak translated to “work place” violence, I’m sure that the Obama/Clinton holdovers in D.C. decided against going after a youth with an Hispanic last name. He may have been a DACA dreamer for all they cared. SJW virtue signalling at the expense of the 17 lost in the tragedy, but a true legacy of the Obama fraud.

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          • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

            I heard last week that he was upset over “his” girlfriend and her new boyfriend. Were either of them among the victims? Close friends of theirs?

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        • Michael J. Machnica says:

          Chris Farrell from Judicial Watch has spoken out repeatedly about corruption in the El Paso, TX FBI Office.
          He is calling for starting an investigative branch of the U.S. Marshall’s Service and having the rank & file apply over there. Scrap J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI

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      • PureInHeart says:

        Don’t forget the Las Vegas shooting a few months ago. FBI has buried that one.

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      • Conservativeinny says:

        Yes, I picked that up as well. A very noticeable pattern if you look for it.

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        • trapper says:

          Right, and here’s the pattern:
          1- tip to FBI,
          2- nothing done about it,
          3- subject of tip commits a mass casualty attack,
          4- demands for gun control (disarming law-abiding American citizens).

          Now, the FBI has profilers who analyze information, sort through leads, identify probable suspects, and then predict their future behavior in order to get in front of and capture serial killers. You can’t tell me, you CANNOT TELL me, they don’t’ have the talent to sort through tips and analyze behavior to identify who’s a likely future threat and who’s just odd. I say they do, and someone intentionally lets them through. The connection between tips, subsequent mass casualty attacks, and calls for gun control is just too blatant and recurring, too similar to the Fast and Furious gun running operation, which itself was to be a justification for more stringent gun control. It doesn’t have to be a conspiracy. It could be a few unrelated but ideologically like-minded gun control nuts.

          So, who lets them through? The key on this one is: who took the tip at the hotline, and who buried it? There is an actual trail to follow on this one. Will anyone follow it?

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          • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

            Nor can you say if FBI had contacted BSO the red flags wouldn’t have obscured the forest and the trees!

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          • Michael J. Machnica says:

            I posted elsewhere that who ever was responsible for not carrying through after those 2 reports should be charged with involuntary manslaughter or criminally negligent homicide.
            You have 1) the YouTube report in Sept when he used his real name to post comment and then 2) The classmate call to the FBI 800#
            Judge Janine Pierro said last night that she found 6 or 9 people in the entire country with that name (unique spelling).

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      • Kintbury54 says:

        You missed the Fort Hood shooter.

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  8. ForGodandCountry says:

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  9. Bill says:

    “Savukynas’ fellow volunteers — who’ve dubbed themselves “elves” — patrol social media, coordinating their actions through Facebook or Skype to expose fake accounts. On a busy day, Savukynas said that fellow elves report as many as 10 or 20 to get them removed.

    We only have 13 Russians spreading propaganda, right. And, according to this article the Lithuania — Elves can remove 10 to 20 a day. Let get these folks for couple of days. Mueller’s team is clearly overworked.

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  10. simicharmed says:

    Here’s my response to this madness! – I Won’t Back Down! –

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  11. covfefe999 says:

    Last night on one of the FOX or FOX Business shows, a guest said something like “If you see an ad that Hillary is Satan and you believe it, then you probably weren’t going to vote for her anyway”. Haha.

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  12. spinoneone says:

    So, back to 2014, right? That was a mid-term election to practice on, was it not? Supposedly, no one noticed. But, the money continued to flow to the Clinton Foundation and Billy Bob continued to rake in millions in speaking fees. But, Mueller decides to indict Manafort/Gates for doing business in Russia/Ukraine but conveniently ignores Slithery. Hummm, I wonder why that could be? Now we find that , apparently, the entire U.S. Intelligence apparatus was fired up to spy on and interfere with the Trump campaign, and probably any other GOP candidate who might have won the primary.

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    • deplorabledooku says:

      Exactly! Funny how the muh Russia interference/collusion/meddling in the 2016 election only focuses on the out-of-power party and not the incumbent Dim regime/Indonesian banana tinpot, or the Dim anointed red queen’s legion of spirit cookers.

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    • Wisc says:

      I liken the Russia Collusion Scam to an arson that’s set to cover up a murder. There is so much criminality and shadiness that took place in the Clinton-controlled Dem Party, they needed to throw up a smoke screen to try to throw us all off the case.

      We have yet to understand how ALL of the following Dem Party scandals played a role in attempting to skew/steal the election. the Awan Brothers, Wasserman-Schultz pushing out Bernie, murder of Seth Rich, Uranium One, Clinton Foundation, Bill Clinton’s Russian speaking fees, Hillary cheating at debates, seditious Deep State knives out for Trump, election-day fraud, caucus manipulation, CNN leaking debate questions to Hillary, Obama admin spying on Trump’s campaign, a rabidly biased media, on and on. I think Russia was supposed to be the shiny object that took our attention away from the fact that the Dem Party has become a front for self-dealing criminals.

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      • lokiscout says:

        No wonder she is still in denial! With all this going for her how could she possibly lose to a single novis individual with a fraction of her budget?
        A question just occurred to me, I wonder how many senior Dem politicians were aware of what was going on with their presidential candidate? Schumer, Pelosi, Feinstein come to mind.
        I realize there is a separation of power between the Executive and Legislative branches but not aware of a similar separation of politics. Maybe it’s my tin hat itching again.

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    • NCPatrick says:

      Billy Bob continued to rake in millions in speaking fees. ”

      Speaking of Billy, spinone, where has he been lately? I’m serious .. where is he? He had not been looking good the last public time I saw him and I’m sure he hardly dares poke his head out of his rabbit hole these days. But is he in New York with Hillary? Same with the Obama’s.

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  13. covfefe999 says:

    I think WordPress sent my last comment to the spam bin because I put Hillary and Satan in the same sentence. lol

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  14. DOJ has the Organization Chart from Hell:
    • AG Sessions oversees ONE direct report: Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein
    • Deputy AG Rosenstein oversees TWENTY-FIVE direct reports
    • The FBI is JUST ONE of them!
    • Only an idiot or a tyrant would design an organization like this.

    This is INSANE!

    Take 20 of the DOJ organizations AWAY from Rosenstein to give him a scope that he must prove he can handle.

    Then fire him for his incompetence in failing to propose doing this in the first place.

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  15. Nevman says:

    Since Hillary, the dnc and the fbi paid for “salacious and unverified” Russian information in the Steele dossier that must mean that mueller should be handing down indictments for all of those people involved because they were using foreign propaganda to sway the election. What about Schiff for brains? He’s on tape trying to get his hands on Russian “kopromat”, using the term like he’s a savvy guy. Jail time for them all!!!

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    • singingsoul says:

      Warner also tried to hug up with Russion and the UK spy.

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    • deplorabledooku says:

      From what I have read on the internet, Schiffhead (whose family has ties with the Rothschilds going back several generations) would know that term since he has had monetary ties with Ukraine politicos. Plus from what I have read, he should know about compromising info since there’s lots out there about him. Read about the Ed Buck (Dim donor)/male prostitute/meth scandal that is smack dab in Schiffhead’s district. Buck has supported Schiffhead’s campaigns.

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  16. covfefe999 says:

    I think there was an edit. The ticker also had a hiccup. I was reading the ticker because it said Amazon was fined $1.2 million for selling illegal pesticides.

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  17. todayistheday99 says:

    At the very end she might as well have said “how far do you think we have to go in the Mueller investigation until it’s finally complete and the Trump administration has been found guilty”.

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    • todayistheday99 says:

      Tell me if I am wrong, but she (the interviewer) has no sense of humor and so overly serious that I question her intent. Whereas, Jeffrey Lord comes off like a normal grown up with a solid political historical reference and is able to grasp the ultimate humor this political absurdity.

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      • Michael J. Machnica says:

        Maybe she is one of the rare few that is trying to be a real, honest to goodness traditional journalist. Remaining unbiased and objective.That is so rare now we tend to forget what they are like. Not like the young giddy gal on local TV news when she was reporting from the local Hillary rally in Buffalo (NY)
        BTW- I was protesting Benghazi, etc. outside. Killery had 2000-2500. DJT had 16,000+.
        A lot of people stayed away from DJT because of various security reasons. Guy hawking HRC paraphernalia across the street said he prefers to work Trump rallies – way more business. No one was buying Killery stuff.

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  18. Uncle Max says:

    That which does not kill you makes you stronger… or somesuch. Trump has taken and taken punches, political and otherwise that would have crushed a run-of-the-mill politician. He is stronger for it, and knows , now by experience, who he can rely on and who is still working angles. The country will emerge stronger and more untied in 2024, but in the meantime, there are dragons to slay and a swamp to draw low. Good times ahead.

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    • todayistheday99 says:

      As someone mentioned here before, POTUS is almost a one man modern “hercules” taking on the entire evil empire, except for our support. Good thing there are a few notable white hats remaining on the team. It was very disappointing to see Dowdey recently stabbed him/use in the back.

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  19. Why can’t Sessions “un-recuse” himself? Rosenstein’s presser should be enough justification.

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  20. The indictment of the 13 Russians and the news that Mueller is leveraging Manafort with bank fraud regarding his mortgages(!) is an opportunity for President Trump, especially considering Rozenstein’s statements regarding no knowing collusion by members of Trump’s team with Russians. Mueller is clearly dissatisfied with this outcome and is trying to save some face with abusive use of his office. Manafort’s mortgage irregularities are clearly far afield of Russian collusion and evidences that Mueller will do anything to try to turn a potential witness.

    In view of recent reports regarding the Steele dossier and Senator Warner’s possible communications with the Russian oligarch and Christopher Steele I would ask Rosenstein to query Mueller regarding whether he has any intention of investigating these situations. If he isn’t, he should be because his special counsel scope was not limited to Trump’s campaign and definitely encompasses these situations.

    If Mueller won’t investigate these situations, I would fire Mueller and appoint a replacement with narrow instructions to investigate the only potential collusions that were actually discovered – that of Clinton and Warner. I would specifically style the appointment of the replacement as a continuation of the Special Counsel’s office. When the media and swamp howl in anger, Trump should point to Rosenstein’s presser where Rosenstein clearly stated no knowing collusion on the part of Trump’s people. Why is there any need for further investigation of Trump? When the media and swamp howl some more mention that Mueller’s indictment of the 13 Russians includes facts that the Russians were engaging in activity to benefit Clinton! When the media and swamp continue howling, bring up why the hell Mueller is investigating Manafort’s mortgages, does Mueller believe the Russians paid them off? And btw, why was General Flynn indicted for lying to the FBI when the FBI didn’t believe he had lied? And finally, what is Mueller’s estimate on the chances that the 13 Russians will be extradited? Don’t let Mueller pull an October surprise with a Martha Stewart- or Scooter Libby-like process crime on the eve of the mid terms. Squash him like the bug he is and drag his name through the mud.

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  21. PoCoNoMo says:

    2nd time posting a David Harris Jr. link, but it’s so good. For me, it’s the perfect antidote. It made my day. Clip’s 4:30, but you could slide the bar to @ 1:16

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  22. Rynn69 says:

    Mueller,

    I hear this investigation is about Russian collusion and election interference. Could you please investigate the following instances of election interference?

    1. Obama stating on MiTu You Tube channel that illegal aliens should go vote in the Presidential election of 2016 when they do not legally have the right to vote in US elections.
    2. WikiLeaks email dumps exposing DNC colluding with candidate Clinton to rig 2016 Democrat Presidential primaries against Bernie Sanders.
    3. DNC and Clinton campaign financing a phony dossier on the opposition Presidential candidate, engaging with a foreign government to do it, colluding with FBI-DOJ-Obama administration officials to utilize this dossier to obtain FISA warrants to surveil the opposition candidate before, during, and after the election to prevent Trump from becoming President and to stop him after elected.
    4. CNN contributor Donna Brazile providing Presidential candidate Clinton questions prior to a televised Presidential debate.
    5. On election night, it was noted several key swing states held off calling election results for many hours while heavily Democrat precincts in cities/county seats were rumored to be trying to produce enough votes to tip the election . . . which is being reported to have been occurring in several of the last Presidential and midterm elections for the past – a direct threat to our Democracy. In addition, there is the alleged situations with Nevada and New Hampshire, known for bussing in non-resident voters in surrounding states to vote in those states and also tip the election.

    Thank you.

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  23. Bill R says:

    Why do so many CTH readers seem to have confidence in Horowitz? I betcha he whitewashes everything, sad to say. Concerning Sessions, I’ve never been impressed with him. Don’t expect anything from him either. Sad!

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  24. Ber Knar says:

    Q. Some have reported MANY sealed indictments in the system.
    Has one of these courts just had 13 taken off the list?
    More to be unsealed?

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  25. IMO says:

    Russian Conspiracy Theorists Say…..

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  26. Firefly says:

    Joseph DiGenova podcast interview on Rosenstein statement, mueller, and Judge Sullivan

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  27. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    I am waiting to see some mention of the Russian government’s involvement in any of this activity by Russians. So what we seem to have is a Russian entity or two and various individual Russians running some possibly illegal internet ads that don’t particularly help anyone and possibly being involved in some fraud and money laundering. Okay, go get ’em, guys. But good luck with actually getting them before a judge.

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  28. Doc Moore says:

    Suppose the war is between Globalists and Nationalists. The Globalists own the so-called Democrats and are globally funded by very large financial pools. Globalists include Chinese and Indians, Russians, Israelis, Arabians, and maybe even a few Europeans…right? Opposing them we have people who want to MAGA here at home, and.people in other countries who likewise support sovereignty of their own countries. Now, in such a world, where the actual political entities, the two party constituents, are defined in terms that either cross and defy national boundaries or preserve them, would it be correct to deny either the right to free speech? Would it be proper to deny supporters of “Conservative” candidates the right to advertise support of a candidate in, say, China? Similarly, would it be wrong to deny globalist powers the right to promote their political ideas though advertising in any open market, internet, billboards, whatever? I assure you the liberals have to say no to that one. Liberals must agree that if we deny Russian globalist powers the right to advertise in open forums, we have to deny everyone that right everywhere. Well, that won’t fly with our Constitution or most others. So, if they are to be consistent with their agendas, liberals have to insist that we allow everyone, from anywhere, freedom to express their position, since an election anywhere on the globe is important to those who oppose sovereignty. All recent behavior and actions prove that liberals and their global owners most certainly oppose the sovereignty of the United States. Then we need to ask why the so-called liberals are bitching about Russia, or any other country, voicing support or opposition to one or more of our politicians. If Russian globalists can’t buy politically motivating ads, then neither can American globalists, like Hillary. So, again, Liberals find themselves fighting to deny their own needs and methods of achieving global control for their owners. Smiling… It would be very hard to be a liberal these days…painted into every corner in every room they enter.

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    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      Mr. Putin is a nationalist fighting the Globalist oligarchs and Islamic invaders, just like our President. The Military-Industrial complex needs a boogyman to justify their wares, despite the fact that our main problem will be stomping out little brush fires, not WW3.

      Biblical prophecy rules out mankind dying from a nuclear winter or asteroid strike.
      Globalists and Muslims will stop at nothing from preventing Mr. Trump and Mr. Putin joining forces against them.

      Remember the firestorm that ensued instantly when DJT declared he wanted improved relations with Russia. It will never let up, even after Mueller.

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    • Mick Turner says:

      It all gets down to who has the weapons of war…we do, they DO NOT!

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  29. Deplore Able says:

    Freudian slip at around 9:53. DeGenova calls General Flynn, “Admiral Flynn”. I guess he is confusing two of the good guys.

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  30. Keebler AC says:

    I don’t trust Rod Rosenstein 100%. The blame Russia totally is to deflect from the DNC and media’s collusion by what can be described as large organizations involvement to subvert the public trust and feed their lobbyist endeavors at the expense of public good. Rod is protecting the swamp because he was part of the swamp, and now knows hw has no choice but to absolve President Trump.

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  31. ginaswo says:

    Election message for 2018 midterms: if you want to talk #RussiaRussiaRussia, vote Democrat.
    If you want to talk #JOBSJOBSJOBS, vote #GOP
    🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
    Repeat it everywhere, #Landslide

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  32. Mark McQueen says:

    RE: the INDICTMENTS. This type of propaganda operation has been going on for DECADES. I think it’s safe to suggest that decades ago the FBI and the IC determined that this type of activity was completely ineffective in having any meaningful impact and they decided, decades ago, that pursuing these activities beyond “having a look” was a waste of resources and taxpayer dollars. What has changed recently? The long line of succession of deep state sock puppets was interrupted by POTUS DJT.

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  33. Canadatrump says:

    I find it interesting no one is tying this indictment into Russians and the action of Obama sending away all those Russians. I feel there was a protectionist stance by the Obama administration under the guise of punishment for meddling. It was his administration letting Russians get a grip internally, giving entry to people like the Russia lawyer from the Don Jr meeting. Personally something doesn’t pass the smell test for me. 3 months earlier Obama is saying how ludicrous Russia involvement is causing any election woes. we found out later Obama was briefed on the involvement and still made those comments. Then when Trump wins Obama is the “Russia Monster” and they must be punished….hmmm Fishy Obama very fishy.

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  34. Hillyard says:

    Sadly, as painful as it is to admit, Mueller himself is the only one who’s in the position to defeat Russia. Not by indictments, or leaking information but by coming out in front of every media rep who will show up to plainly state that his bottomless investigating has exposed nothing more than Russian’s attempt to cause division and discord. He should state plainly that other enemy actors (China, Korea etc) also had operations in place to divide the US and turn it against itself. If Mueller doesn’t acknowledge that his very existence as SC is in part, due to external influences, this nation will not again become “One Nation Under God”. Some division will never change, but Mueller himself needs to stop the fraud.

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    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      The republicans and democrats have been playing good copbad cop for years, using divisive cultural issues like abortion to keep the populace squabbling amongst themselves while behind the scenes, the establishment politicians laugh all the way to the bank. The donor class always get the loopholes and legislation they want, while once in awhile we get some crumbs to keep up the illusion.
      Our President is exposing this for all to see, most recently with TV cameras recording GOPe lawmakers talking like they were behind closed doors.

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  35. Bonitabaycane says:

    I wonder if the Mueller Coup Gang understands the danger they are putting Americans in abroad? I hope I am wrong, but retaliation IMO is now in play. And I doubt Americans will be afforded the same due process rights we mete out.

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  36. rlc970582410 says:

    Great video, thanks. Rational, fair, insightful, even a bit of wit.
    Such a contrast to the wailing and screeching on CNN and the tin-foil hat wearing on MSNBC.

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  37. Mick Turner says:

    “…an almost shocking 44 percent of Democrats believe a special counsel is needed.”
    Seems that 44% are the Democraps that believe all the lies they tell each other!

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