Sunday Talks: Alan Dershowitz and Bud Cummins Debate Politicization of Justice Department…

In the beginning of this interview Alan Dershowitz accurately outlines the goal and objective of the current approach undertaken by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Dershowitz and Bud Cummins discuss the recent announcement that AG Sessions appointed federal prosecutor, John W. Huber, last year to parallel Inspector General Michael Horowitz on the FBI and DOJ investigation.

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Slowly people are beginning to awaken to the larger back-story that has been entirely, and in most cases intentionally, missed by clickbait and ideological media for the past six months.

♦ In the fall of 2017 the flow of investigative documents from IG Horowitz to congress slowed  down at the same time as Federal Prosecutor John Huber was appointed by AG Jeff Sessions to parallel the Inspector General and look at the identified criminal conduct.

Why? Because releasing criminal evidence to congress, in advance of indictments, would be a bad idea.  The integrity of the prosecutorial process would be compromised, and congressional committees have a history of leaks to media.

♦ Existing federal prosecutor John Huber can subpoena witnesses and bring criminal charges directly. There’s no need for a Special Counsel (prosecutor). Huber can also empanel a grand jury. [Which we know has already taken place]

The congressional concern about Federal Prosecutor John Huber is that he’s been inside the DOJ (albeit in Utah) through the Obama terms and was reappointed by President Trump.  Yeah, and so was Admiral Mike Rogers (NSA)…. and that’s despite the NSA database being used by corrupt officials within the FBI and DOJ to search and spy.

Not all “holdovers” are bad people.

♦ Congressional voices, grounded in a quest for political positioning, want a “super special federal prosecutor” from outside the DOJ. Now go try to figure out how a DOJ Federal Prosecutor comes from outside the Federal Department of Justice…. and would have to start from scratch on the entire investigation, professional and criminal, that Horowitz and Huber have been assembling since ‘last fall’.

Do the American people want to wait another six months just because congress wants to replace Huber?  Congress does.  Why?  Because congress applies a political filter to everything…. kicking-the-can is a process within their chaff and countermeasure strategy.   [Insert picture of ‘Roosterhead’ Inc here]

♦ To bolster the case for why Prosecutor Huber and/or Wray-Sessions are prudent to keep criminal evidence away from the leaking congress… members of congress discusses how they have just leaked the content of the IG referral of McCabe (vis-a-vis the Office of Professional Responsibility) to the media.  Go figure.

♦ Congress also complains the current documents provided by the DOJ and FBI (Horowitz and Huber) to congress are redacted.  This is not a surprise.  The redaction’s are specifically because: A.) the documents have NOT been through the declassification review process (Remember – we are talking FBI counterintelligence division and DOJ national security division here); and B.) The documentary evidence contains the outline of criminal conduct.

Congress, writ large, can go to the DOJ and review all the assembled documents in full without redaction’s. Horowitz, Rosenstein, Sessions, Wray and Prosecutor Huber are allowing congress to review all the collected evidence as part of the oversight aspect. However, if congress wants to physically remove evidence the aforementioned investigative entities require redactions; for the previously described reasons.

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237 Responses to Sunday Talks: Alan Dershowitz and Bud Cummins Debate Politicization of Justice Department…

  1. Mark McQueen says:

    Not sure how people so involved with Justice and Law can continue to make excuses for HRC’s blatant criminal activities involving the handling of secret documents?

    Liked by 19 people

    • MTeresa says:

      You or I could never get away with such criminal activity. HRC? Meh, not so much.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Mark McQueen says:

        Both of them demand that politics not be a part of it but politics is the only thing that kept HRC out of court.

        Liked by 13 people

        • quintrillion says:

          Politics is the criminal problem. Ever since Watergate, the DC swamp has covered up every criminal politician it can to save it’s own uniparty, globalist thieving hide. They have joined ranks and all become swamp liars for self-preservation. They do not care about America or Justice for All – if it includes them.

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          • Rami says:

            And…the very reason so many swamp creatures are “retiring” or not running again, both R’s and D’s at least those that have seen the writing on the wall. A self-draining swamp…

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            • Charlie says:

              Most “R’s” are retiring because their leadership position is over. Going back to being “just” a Senator is a demotion.

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            • CJ of WV says:

              The way I see it – They are retiring (voluntarily or volun-told) to open a seat for a Democrat so the uniparty regains both House and Senate. R’s and D’s are united in the goal of defeating Trump; it will be much easier and faster with a Democrat majority in both houses.

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        • lastinillinois says:

          “Both of them demand that politics not be a part of it ……”

          And they both know that is entirely impossible.

          Politics bred and bore this beast (double entendre fully intended).

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        • Howard Cosell says:

          Oh but money helped.

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      • Everywhereguy says:

        HRC = Hillary Rejects Culpability

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    • James F says:

      The most logical conclusion is that Hillary/Obama/deep state has immense leverage in the form of blackmail material against everyone in the swamp, thanks to their unhindered abuse of the most powerful spy technology In history.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Could be. IMO it’s more a case of devotion to ideology over everything else. Obama chose his key appointments very carefully.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        JamesF…the Deep Swamp blackmail material is NULL & VOID due to the fact that AG Session has been working with OIG Huber and there are INDICTMENTS…ONCE the indictments were brought…BLACK MATERIAL IS NULL AND VOID!!!

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      • ATheoK says:

        James F:
        Are you claiming that the same Hillary/Obama/deep state operatives that produced such a shoddy “Russia collusion” claim and document are able to blackmail “everyone in the swamp”?

        The only thing HRC has been effective at accomplishing over her decades in government influence is self enrichment; though illegal methods, of course.

        Obama and his nefarious teams fumbled everything they attempted.

        Deep state hucksters are getting more desperate by the hour, as honest justice and law enforcement collect and tie up all of deep state’s loose ends.

        What is most frightening is that all of these deep state thugs are likely considering murder and assassinations to directly bolster their racketeering, extortion and blackmail.

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    • cando-1 says:

      As I see it, it seems that the DoJ & FBI needs to be cleaned up and set straight so the HRC investigation can proceed. Without having these two agencies running properly I think HRC and all the minions attached could easily corrupt these two agencies once more.

      AG Sessions has made the right move, remember that not until late fall was Wray installed and needed time to come up to speed, the same could be said about Sessions, he neede to get the DoJ sorted out first before he moved onto the FBI.

      Things should move on fast from here.

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    • carl says:

      They never mention the destroying of devices, turning over phones without SIM cards, or deleting subpoenaed emails, all of which, in my opinion, are much worse than the private server.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Agreed. I have a casual friend who graduated from law school, his Father was a formerly famous Presiding Judge, and he is bonkers. Pretend Socialist, 60 yo stoner, twice gave me articles from Mother Jones magazine… articles were flamboyant rhetorical pieces masquerading as facts.

      Last 2x we texted, he brings up Trump and Russians.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “articles from Mother Jones magazine… articles were flamboyant rhetorical pieces masquerading as facts.”

        I get the magazines from my hair stylists salon, read some and then pass most of them on to others. Some, such as Rolling Stone, go right into the recycle bin. They (RS) will take a valid point, such as the neocons meddling in other nations and the resultant casualties on both sides, and put so much of their liberal leftist spin on it that it winds up being utter refuse for anyone with even mediocre critical thinking skills to try and evaluate.

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      • Howard Cosell says:

        Go with the casual and drop the friend part.

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    • lizzyp says:

      It actually pained me to hear Dershowitz say he voted for her. I want to shake people like him and say ‘you’re too smart for that!’

      Unless he, like many others, was voting for SCOTUS not POTUS.

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    • Farmkid says:

      A neutral investigation is impossible, a stall tactic hoping Citizens go numb with boredom and giving more time to cover “political sins” otherwise crimes if committed by the commoner. Dershowitz does not want to be investigated, hmmmm, I remember the Lolita express and Epstein Island.

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  2. missilemom says:

    Best point by Dershowitz: the misguided appointment of first special counsel should not justify the appointment of a second. Disagree with him on his 2016 election commission idea. Congress lost me when they complain about redactions they could view if they crossed the street. I actually like when Dershowitz is interviewed on Fox and would love to see a Lawrence Tribe debate.

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    • beach lover says:

      Maybe Alan can come up with a suggestion as to how we can get rid of Mueller!

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    • amwick says:

      Bingo… sometimes Dershowitz has a point.

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    • g faust says:

      As someone who endured both of them as a 1st year law student, 1/2 a life time ago, I can assure you that Larry Tribe, a legend-in-his-own-mind type, would NEVER debate Al Dershowitz , a “Did you win or lose?” real courtrrom lawyer, as well as an academic.

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    • Bud says:

      Alan voted for HRC, his credibility is ZERO if he voted for this criminal.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        But he repeatedly has noted the folly of the Trump investigation.

        So he’s a Lib. He’s calling fair balls and strikes now.

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      • gndwsevery1 says:

        Nobody’s perfect.

        It pains me that we have to have a 100% ideological purity test. So many people get trashed here: conservatives who aren’t conservative enough; conservatives who aren’t Sundancey enough; liberals who aren’t conservative enough!

        The reality is Dershowitz is a lefty law professor with lefty friends. But unlike most lefties he’s not out there calling for DJT’s head. He’s defending PDT according to Dershowitz’s own principles.

        Maybe that defence isn’t as full-throated as you might want, but I assure you it costs him dearly among his psycho-leftist friends and I think it’s the best you can expect from him given his political ideology and past history. Can’t we be happy that he’s lending his credibility as a leftist to PDT and and making a relatively sane and principled argument even if it doesn’t go as far as we’d like? It’s so much better than having one of CNN’s fake reporters trashing PDT 24/7. Isn’t that somewhat nice?

        And he’s actually on record as opposing Mueller’s investigation completely, not going on and on about how Mueller is the most credible straight-shooting straight shooter since credibility and shooting straight were invented. That’s better than most “conservatives” (see Gowdy, Trey, e.g.).

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        • Tonawanda says:

          Dershowitz is an effective leftist propagandist because he incorporates objective reality into his propaganda. He understands that when it comes to legal issues in America at present sometimes objective reality is a factor.

          Leftists see the Kumbaya Nonpartisan outcome as being a possible best outcome, and Dershowitz is the propagandist for that position.

          Dershowitz’ advocacy makes ZERO sense under the circumstances. It is utter nonsense.

          There will not be and cannot be a “nonpartisan” commission, just a totally laughable idea.

          And such a commission could not possibly identify, define, and address the 100 serious criminal issues and leftist threats to America that ought to be addressed.

          For those who can remember, remember the preliminary discussions to the “peace” talks for Vietnam “peace,” where the shape of the table became a “critical” issue.

          The actual point Dershowitz is making could be better analyzed by Scott Adams. In effect, communist Dershowitz is saying: blah blah blah nonpartisan yada yada nonpolitical blah blah blah oy vey yada yada can’t we all just get along bah bah bah if you give up our totally phony charges yada blah blah you give up our attempted overthrow of America yada yada if the impeachment don’t fit as a tactic blah yada you must acquit and give us another chance blah blah blah you idiot Deplorables.

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          • H.R. says:

            👍👍👏

            Exactly. Well spotted and perfectly described. You saved me a bunch of typing tonight, so a big THANK YOU to you, Tonawanda.

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          • Johnny Bravo says:

            Tonawanda, I’ve got the perfect translation for your name, TonAsense👍

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          • gndwsevery1 says:

            I got the impression from listening to him speak in that video that he supported AG Sessions’ moves thus far, both in not appointing a second SC and in appointing Huber to look at things from within the DOJ. That seems to be aligned with what this blog and its commenters are saying at the present moment.

            What evidence do you have that if an indictment giving reasonable grounds to believe that someone in the “small group” such as Andrew McCabe committed a federal offence is filed, Dershowitz will oppose that prosecution?

            I’m taking him as saying “guys we can’t just criminalize political differences”. He hasn’t said we shouldn’t enforce clear breaches of the criminal law. Isn’t it fair to at least assume he’ll support prosecution of someone who according to the evidence did in fact attempt to, by illegal means, criminalize political differences – e.g. the small group?

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            • Tonawanda says:

              “I got the impression”

              That was what you were supposed to get, an “impression.”

              There is one party and one party only which has criminalized political differences: the Demokkkrat party, the face of all the vile leftist factions which for decades has worked to destroy America. Until Dershowitz admits that fact (he won’t) he has zero credibility at the very least. He is like all the #Metoo leftists who were at best silent abount Clinton’s sexual assaults but more often also attacked his victims.

              No one has any “evidence” about what will happen in the future, so your question about what Dershowitz will do is impossible to answer.

              What has Dershowitz said about the probable cause to believe Hillary and her fellow Demokkkrats have committed serious crimes, breathtaking instances of criminality? Nothing. To the contrary, he voted for Hillary.

              Dershowitz was not a ditzy lofo mind numbed derp when he voted for Hillary, like 97% of her voters. He was fully informed about the probable cause to believe Hillary was and has been for decades a walking RICO violation.

              Folks do not understand how communists like Dershowitz think and operate. To them, life is always the ends justifying the means, and they are very, very good at the means.

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          • glissmeister says:

            Personalities aside, there are tectonic changes taking place, particularly those unfolding institutionally. The acting American domestic agent for the Socialist International, the DSA, is about finalize it’s total consumption of the party of Truman and Kennedy. This is 5th Column stuff. This involves the CPC and the CBC in Congress. The SI is a foreign enemy and the DSA is its agent affiliate and domestic counterpart. Fold in the SEIU, media unions, education and other government unions and the landscape of the institutions of foreign and domestic enemies of the Constitution may become more clear. The institutional gains being realized by our foreign and domestic enemies are generationally significant and tectonic. So is the accumulating damage to our national history, dialogue and culture. 5th Column enemies, foreign and domestic, on the long march.

            America’s modern adversaries have changed the rhetorical emphasis to place it on globalism. Why? In part to hide the horrific murderous history of international socialism, academic socialism (scientific socialism) and it’s history as the leading cause of death by government democide from the racial hygiene and eugenics of the 19th Century through the 20th Century of which the holocaust was only one part of an unprecidented era of murder by government. Google “rummel 20th century democide” and tighten up your recollection of the history that is playing out for keeps in our present era.

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          Some good points. I often agree with Dershowitz when he sticks to his views on jurisprudence and Constitutional matters. HOWEVER he lost the argument over political sins vs. criminal conduct when he chose to essentially ignore Hillary’s criminal conduct by suggesting she no be prosecuted. Her’s were not political sins…..

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  3. FL_GUY says:

    I can see why AG Sessions is keeping as much of the investigation secret as he can, particularly from Congress. Beginning with Slick Willie, committing illegal acts by government officials became a D-Rat resume enhancer. Remember when Sandy Burglar went to prison for stealing documents (that made Slick Willie look bad) from the National Archives and destroying them. Neither do I because it didn’t happen.

    It’s past time to hold government officials, including Congress and Senate, accountable for breaking the law and abuse of power. Remember when Al Gore laughed in everyone’s face for violating the Hatch Act by running his 2000 campaign out of the White House? He said, there was no controlling authority because Slick WIllie was the authority. Nothing was ever done about it. Such blatant disregard for Rule of Law reached critical mass under Obama.

    AG Sessions is having to repair a system that has been broken for almost 30 years. Like President Trump is the man to save the USA, AG Sessions is the man to save the Rule of Law. It just doesn’t happen overnight.

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    • Paul says:

      Sandy stuffed documents in his pants and like a clown thought he could just walk out

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “repair a system that has been broken for almost 30 years”

      That is probably why you have people that have been dead set against Special Counsels calling for one in this case. Then on the other side now there are the critics that think if a SC is appointed than they can be manipulated and used to cover up crimes like was done in the past (more often than not hiding crimes behind the “national security” veil of secrecy).

      All to often these past 30 years you see a failed justice system. I feel AG Sessions should be given the opportunity to bring these people to justice according to the way things used to be before the system was corrupted. What everyone does not realize is that PDJT is not beholden to either of the political parties that were responsible for corrupting it in the first place.

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        Did you read the article? Did any poster read Sundance’s article?

        Everything has been meticulously planned out and almost ready to proceed.

        So all of this he should, they did not, and it will not happen is tripe.

        Just stand bye and enjoy the ride. It’s gonna be history in the making.

        Thanks

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        • It’s like herding cats Gunny.

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        • blouie says:

          Hi, been reading here for a long time to get real information about what’s going on. appreciate Sundance and Treepers for all you do. I know i missed something, so please overlook my ignorance: where do we get the information that there are indictments? i saw it one time, but have lost the link.
          Thanks
          Blouie

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    • HonorDefendBuckeye says:

      As an aside, when I saw that Jason Chaffetz (-Roosterhead Inc-) had called for Sessions to appoint a special prosecutor or resign, it significantly increased my belief in the actual performance of Sessions.

      Chaffetz has been a swamp theater sock puppet for as long as I can remember being aware of him. If he wants a “special” prosecutor, it is because he is seeking to kick the actual accountability time further into the future

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      • NoJuan Importante says:

        However, please note that Chaffetz’s bringing attention to Comey’s reopening of the email case sealed the election for Trump. Or at least arguably did. So one could argue that Trump would not be President were it not for Chaffetz.

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        • Linda says:

          Not a chance, troll! You’ll need to come up with something better than that hogwash.

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        • Fe says:

          Good grief, the election was rigged so that SHE would win. People fed up with Fake44’s steering this country to the edge of the great abyss voted for the successful businessman’s approach and promises to MAGA. She lost fair and square dude that blessed November day in 2016. If you want to claim someone intervened on DJT’s behalf, than I’ll give you this…GOD intervened. That’s way more important and speaks volumes about the power of prayer. Millions of Christians have been praying, crying out to God to save our nation from HRC. She would’ve been 44 on steroids.

          Jason Chaffetz has no credibility and should be laughed at without prejudice whenever he opens up his mouth. He is part of the swamp.

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          • PaulM says:

            “She lost fair and square”
            Actually, she cheated but lost anyhow.
            I’ve often thought of how many past elections would have turned out if you could remove the many, many bogus absentee ballots, motor voter registration of illegals and the debacle of millions of public employees on the payroll just to pump up union political money and voting to preserve their own do nothing job.

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          • Johnny Bravo says:

            Fe, 3 x rounds of 👏👏👏

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        • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

          NoJuanLessImportante, just wondering which of the Demo Pot-legal states you’re smoking from?? You obviously never attended or watched a Trump rally. His were packed. HilLIARy, with her DNC enabled candidacy, couldn’t win even with the FBI and DOJ enabling her whiny campaign. What Happened? It wasn’t Chaffetz, the FBI/DOJ, Obama’s henchmen, or the MSM. It was the middle class that realized after 8 years of having the screws put to us, all the while being lied to (remember that little thing called Obamacare, the “if I had a son” and professor fiascos, the exorbitant vacations at our expense, Lois Lerner via BO, Eric R. Holder, etc), who put our faith in a businessman who promised to MAGA, to make the middle class great again, to make our military great again, to make the constitution real again, and to make America independent again! You are NoJuan to be coming here to take anything away from VSGPDJT.

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      • 4sure says:

        If the pols. are calling for a SC, then it cannot be a good thing. We know and they know a SC always leads to nada except a waste of money and time. And it enables them all to use it as a distraction.

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      • Rami says:

        At least until after the midterms, especially for all his fellow Rino’s up for re-election.

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Chaffmyhide quit when the going got tough. Didn’t even wait till his term was up. Ran right out the door into the Fox News Swamp. Who is he to say ANYTHING about anybody in government. Chaffmyhide has zero credibility with me.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      How was Sandy Burglar innocent? The Pardon?

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    • Coldeadhands says:

      What’s the possibility that there’s a member of Congress or two who are either under indictment or are unindicted coconspirators? Would AG want to be releasing info to guaranteed leakers?

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    • lizzyp says:

      One of them made what I consider to be the most important point- Sessions is having to repair a system that has been broken for many years *while maintaining faith in that system.* That’s a pretty thin line to have to walk.

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  4. LBH says:

    Dershowitz doesn’t want Hillary charged for having a private server and scattering classified emails to the wind. Or for pay-to-play. Or for U1. He just wants to make sure no one can ever do those things again. What? So much for his bi-partisan blathering.

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    • Shadrach says:

      I like to think of her as being “in the stocks.” They used to publicly shame people as a deterrent.

      Hillary, instead of being martyred in jail, is videoed sliding down stairs in India, it’s reported on her breaking her arm in a bathtub, and even the Democrats are sick of her whining about “why she lost.” She is a persistent reminder of what would have happened if we didn’t get PDJT. Once she loses her money (CF) she will have lost everything: her power, her prestige, her beautiful money….couldn’t happen to a nicer person. She’s getting hers.

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    • Johnny Bravo says:

      He’s like so many liberals, you mix a lot of truth in with a little bit of your bias and attempt to come out as credible. He’s a soothsayer.

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    • beach lover says:

      The “so it never happens again” retort is a flash point for me! Why do the Dems always commit the crimes, then after a long drawn out investigation.. GOP gets in office and finally, no penalty .. just “we can never let this happen again”!

      Well I say, no, sh*t! If we throw them in jail for once, it won’t happen again!!

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  5. Shadrach says:

    Yup, we got it. If we agree to a “second Special Counsel” then we’re going to be adding on about 6 months to the time-frame we get if we stick with Sessions. And if we stick with Sessions, we might just maybe see some results before the mid-terms (fingers crossed).

    If we’re confused, we can just look at Mueller. How long has he been “investigating”? And he has done, what? Flynn (will get tossed), Manafort (also might get tossed), some nobodies, and a few really incompetent Russian trolls (though they really don’t count). No thank you.

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    • beach lover says:

      Not only that, but who in the world would they appoint? How could they agree on some obscure person.. or even worse, another Mueller? There is always going to be controversy whom ever it would have been.. plus the long drawn out ordeal. Lets get r dun! (I also think many in congress really don’t want to find Hillary guilty of anything.. it might cost them some donations. or votes) scaredy cats.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      I got the impression after watching this twice that Pete Hegseth from FNC is pushing more for a SC than Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA).

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      • All Too Much says:

        I agree. His opening statement was all in favor of Huber.
        Fox guy then pushed SC, and Goodlatte returned to his arguments about Huber.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          Little agitators, aren’t they? If AG Sessions has 100 people arrested tomorrow, FNC will want to know why 200 were not rounded up.

          I personally think the AG & DOJ are concentrating more on getting the MS-13 gang-bangers etc. first, before they dip into the backlog of white collar/ political crimes.

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          • wondering999 says:

            That prioritization would make sense — MS13 are the most violent, even if the political criminals are the ones who invited and encourage them

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          • “Getting the ms-13 gangbangers…” is good video material for tv ratings. Now, let’s see someone high-up being handcuffed and perp-walked to court, then jail. Quick re-wind to ugly feminist screamers wailing at the sky at Inauguration Day….black masked antifa paid sissies throwing chairs at business windows…..college babies tearing down statues of historical figures they never studied…! All of these crazied millions of leftist Trump haters will be paid and prompted to take to the streets ‘double-livid’ when a Huma or a Hillary is handcuffed. These little punk-hoggs are waiting for that orgasm. National Guard get ready. This is not going to be pretty.

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      • lokiscout says:

        Pete will push whichever way Mr Murdoch and Sons direct!

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    • My gut feeling here is that Goodlatte needs to push for another SC for the express reason that if he’s pushing for it, Dems will be against it until it’s too latte and then they’ll realize they should have been for it, because the DOJ prosecuter will deliver far faster than a SC would.

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  6. Johnny Bravo says:

    Sessions is getting things done, slowly but surely. Hear say won’t cut it, evidence and witnesses will.

    This is a car crash viewed in slow-motion, you can see what’s happening, how it’s all so unavoidable and then 💥 💥 bam we’re left with the wreckage.

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    • Raven says:

      It’s interesting to do the math, too.

      Apparently there are ~ 18 thousand sealed indictments in the magazine.
      Michael Horowitz has ~ 450 investigators working on the various angles.

      Certainly a small percentage of those indictments in the system are normal and will be for unrelated matters.

      If considering the “small group” which have garnered most of the commentary here, then they face a heck of a lot of indictments.

      The alternative explanation is that the number of potential people involved is massive . . to say the least.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Do ee know that 450 IG staff are focused on the swamp? Or could it be 100 on the Swamp, and 350 on normal business?

        Question: if Huber has been serving subpoenas, wouldn’t we know by now?

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        • Raven says:

          Michael Horowitz is DOJ’s Office of Inspector General, so, by definition . . the swamp.
          Huber is the prosecutor. He’s not going to conduct proceedings in public.

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      • Rami says:

        Just curious… Anyone else think that the FBI agent in Minnesota that was arrested recently might possibly be a tidbit thrown at us to show that something is actually going to happen?

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      • Johnny Bravo says:

        Yes, Raven,

        Jeff Sessions did promise that his dept would act to bring back the law, if the number of sealed indictments is an indicator of that promise begining to be fulfilled, then a lot of naysayers need to eat a lot of humble pie 🥧

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      • gndwsevery1 says:

        You can’t seriously believe there are 18,000 sealed indictments pertaining to Hilary’s emails, the FBI/FISA scam, and so forth, can you?

        You only need 1 indictment per person, not 1,000. And you can’t possibly believe there’s an 18,000-person conspiracy that somehow, nobody’s managed to leak anything out about?

        If this 18,000 sealed indictments trope has to do with anything, it’s just the fact that the feds are cracking down on a bunch of routine stuff the Obama people deliberately ignored. Immigration offences, drug stuff, etc.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          25% of indictments in California, many in the Central District?, leads me to guess illegal immigration / drugs / gang crackdowns.

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  7. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Congress also complains”

    Which, for the most part, is probably falling on deaf ears. Other than partisans seeking what they want to hear and MSM looking for talking heads to stir up what sundance has referred to as the outrage machine to abuse their viewers, the approval rating for congress is the bottom of a latrine. They have not passed a real budget in about a decade and they just stuff an Omnibus bill with pork and nothing that could REALLY benefit the voters (such as Concealed Carry Reciprocity and the Second Amendment Guarantee Act – SAGA https://scopeny.org/federal-firearms-legislation )

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  8. Donzo says:

    Immediately following Maria pointing out Hillary’s massive bribery scandal of $150M in exchange for American uranium Dershowitz says the following, “There’s an enormous difference between political sins and crimes.”Why does Dershowitz espouse the idea polticians can commit crimes under the umbrella of “politics”? This is at least the second time he’s said the same thing so I cannot chalk it up to misspeaking. How easily he dismisses her blatant criminality. Typical DemonRat.

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    • LBH says:

      IKR? To me, a political sin would be something like a politician telling his base that s/he is for X and then votes for Y. Basically, a big fat lie. HC’s crimes are a mile down the road from that political sin scenario.

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      • beach lover says:

        Exactly! You know the difference?.. When someone else does it and goes to jail! ITS A CRIME

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        • Donzo says:

          If it needs any more explaining, Dershowitz just proved why people think politicians are corrupt: They’re supposed to be. It’s politics. Forget it, Jake, it ‘s Chinatown. I don’t like the word scumbag, but it is so perfect for Dershowitz who tries to present himself as reasonable and nonpartisan while picking your pockets.

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          • I stiil remember the reported night Mr. and Mrs. Ceausescu realized their political criminal lives were over. I believe Mrs. asked someone to take her expensive coat off, before standing to face the firing squad. No Special Counsel that night.

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    • Johnny Bravo says:

      He’s a soothsayer and a false prophet.

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  9. amwick says:

    Every responsible citizen of this country needs to look into the mirror and ask themselves what they want to see as end game is for this. Not this year, maybe not next year, but 10 years from now. It is a troubling and complicated question, especially since no one has a crystal ball. That is the point that Dershowitz is raising.. he is asking us to reflect on priorities…

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  10. ristvan says:

    Lurking Lawyer, slightly more irritated. Here is the clear as day thing ‘overlooked’ by Dershowitz and Bartiromo when former US Attorney Bud said would need clear ‘slam dunks’ because of the politics.
    Sessions on McCabe ‘ lack of candor—including under oath’ is felonius perjury under 18USC1621.

    Nunes memo on FISA warrant application abuse is felonius knowing false attestation 18USC1018 committed by Comey, MCabe, Lynch, and Yates. Rosenstein had just got to DoJ, and if he eelied on the others in the past did not KNOWINGLY falsely attest and gets a pass.

    Hillary and Huma both clearly violated 18USC 798 despite changing ‘gross negligence’ to ‘exceptionally careless’. Comeys ‘no intent so no prosecutor would prosecute’ July 6 announcement just a lie. Plus, he had no authority as FBI head but NOT an official prosecutor to exercise such prosecutorial discretion. There is no intent required. Simply did or did not mishandle classified info. The Navy submariner Trump just pardoned spent a year in jail for taking some momento pictures inside his sub. He did not get then classified materials process briefings that HRC did. And, there was HRC email stuff that is auromatically deemed classified by Executive Order even if not so labeled. The easiest example is passing on what the UK Ambassador reported concerning his discussions with the UK Foreign Minister concerning Afganistan.

    This stuff is not hard. The criminal statutes cited are a Google click away. The evidence needed to convict is a matter of public record. What we are witnessing is the reluctance of the Uniparty to understand the depths of the Obama led, Clinton fed, perversion of US rule of law.

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    • beach lover says:

      Just start with..”destroyed subpoenaed documents”!

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    • notvicchanko says:

      Thank you Ristvan. I watched that segment in amazement As two eminent, accomplished lawyers tyed themselves in knots trying to justify ignoring hundreds of years of jurisprudence. They are postulating the creation of a whole new parallel justice process just because the alleged criminal activity was committed by politicians. As you say, there are laws, procedures and standards that have served justice well, they just need to be followed without regard to anyone’s politics.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Thank you, Lurking Lawyer. Rudy Giuliani over a year ago claimed HRC committed approximately a dozen crimes just concerning handling classified information. Would you agree?

      I assisted a lawyer several times with a plantiffs case. Client had some stupid, ill-advised photos on his Facebook account. Lawyer instructed the client to copy said photos onto CDs for safe keeping (not destruction), then remove them from FB. And this was a smaller civil matter. HRC deletes thousands of federal emails?

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      • ristvan says:

        Well, I haven’t gone to the depth Giuliani may have. So, dunno. IMO, show one clear felony based on publicly available provable info and case is closed (in HRC case, the UK ambassador private UK foreign minister emails forwarded through unsecured server are AUTOMATICALLY by EO classified. The reason is simple. If our ambassadors cannot have frank pricate conversations in conficence, then there are NO frank private conversations. The damage HRC did as Sec. State is incalculable.

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  11. SR says:

    He wants PTrump free without any crime and Hillary free with all the crime. Just make sure it does not happen again, that’s it.

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  12. Summer says:

    This interview is pure, unadulterated BS. They really think everyone is stupid.

    Huber is “looking” whether a second SC is needed. Meaning he will be looking for months and perhaps he will come to a conclusion that a second SC is indeed needed to “get to the bottom of it” and make sure “this would never happen again.” Then a SC might be appointed (if Trump is still in the WH) — someone who would not want to put Mrs. Clinton in jail because the mere thought of locking her up would be sad and totally not bipartisan or apolitical. But the best solution is to create a Comission (MuellerX10) which would continue Muh Russia for the next decade as a true bipartisan effort.

    Can’t make this stuff up.

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  13. quintrillion says:

    Can’t stand Dershowitz – and he seems really fearful that the poor Commie crooks are going to be treated unfairly and justice won’t be “even” between the “two parties”. Blast him! That’s why these crooks keep getting away, Total CNN Dirtbag.

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    • Y/O, says:

      Yes. He sure look frightened the whole time, very frightened. Someone looking that frightened can not be fearful for someone else (Hillary). Someone that frightened can only be afraid of what is coming to his own self.

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  14. tonyE says:

    It’s Easter Sunday….

    Can’t these crooks take a day off from TV?

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  15. Margaret Berger says:

    Buying time. Uniparty wanting to run the clock so they can get rid of President Trump and make all of this go away.
    What citizens don’t understand, if you can railroad the President of the United States, you can railroad anyone and none of us are free or protected by our rights. This is a constitutional crisis.

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  16. Mark McQueen says:

    I was all in agreement until they said they didn’t want to see HRC prosecuted.

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    • Sassy says:

      Exactly! Total BS this new meme that we need to learn the “truth” instead of seeing indictments. I want to see both. Truth and indictments. They cannot fix it by letting her and others get away with felonies. “Lesser” people have spent time in jail for far less than what she and probably Obama did. Scooter Libby for one, and that poor Navy guy who got a year for snapping a photo of his workplace on a ship.

      Making sure it doesn’t happen again? Check. We need that, too, but the only way to make sure is to publicly impose well-deserved punishment. How are they going to restore faith in the “justice” system if she gets off the hook?

      If the shoe were on the other foot, would Democrats say, “let’s just make sure the truth about Trump/Russia collusion comes out, so it can’t happen again. We don’t need to see him go to jail.”

      This is alarming. Let her go before a Grand Jury like every other citizen would. If she gets indicted, then let her stand trial, like every other citizen would. Let justice come in the sentencing, if she’s convicted, when the judge takes into account whatever mitigating circumstances may be involved. Let those who love her speak on her behalf, for example. But she should be called to account publicly. Anything less is not justice and will not restore faith in justice, especially if the whole truth comes out.

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      • 4sure says:

        “Making sure it doesn’t happen again? ”

        LOL. When have they ever accomplished that. NEVER.

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      • svenwg says:

        Seeing that collusion is not a crime, what would they be able to do to President Trump even if they could prove collusion? They need a crime to impeach a President, or some or other prosecutable misdemeanour for that to happen.

        The appointment of a Special Counsel to investigate a none crime is indefensible and should be brought to a close as soon as possible!

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    • WSB says:

      Yes. Bud had me until 6:40 in. I am not sure I was understanding his point but a crime is a crime, and the perpetrator needs to be prosecuted with full justice served.

      My only issue with that is then finding an honest jury. But to say he doesn’t necessarily want to see Hillary Clinton in a jail cell just defeats the reason for a justice system at all.

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  17. deplorabledaveinsocal says:

    You know, this just struck me… Why is a known liberal that does not advocate, promote, or promulgate any religious beliefs or morality, now talking about sin? To me it seems Derpowitz is now trying to equate the lawlessness of the liberals with sin – something that can be ‘forgiven’ without repentance or atonement (punishment) for their actions. I wonder if is this a ploy given what this day commemorates – the resurrection of Jesus

    from dictionary dot com:
    sin -any reprehensible or regrettable action, behavior, lapse, etc.; great fault or offense:

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    • Donzo says:

      Seems like a good time to listen to Marlen Dietrich’s version of Where Have All the F!owers Gone?

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    • WSB says:

      “To me it seems Derpowitz is now trying to equate the lawlessness of the liberals with sin – something that can be ‘forgiven’ without repentance or atonement (punishment) for their actions.”

      Dersh is precisely attempting to frame a narrative of a softer concept than criminal justice. It almost seems as though he is attempting to move middle American minds.

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  18. Sporty says:

    I wonder how many indictments there really are?

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    • Stormyeyes says:

      No big names……………They will just be fired.

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    • beach lover says:

      Somehow my post asking this got lost. I wondered if anyone can explain how this is working. If a grand jury is empaneled and they have the info on the “small group” or seat warmers as I call them, does that mean the could have testified yet? Would it be public when they are indicted or is that held secret as well?

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      • wondering999 says:

        I also do not know the law well enough on this. WIsh someone could explain more for those of us who have little experience or knowledge in this

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      • If they have testified, then it’s probably because their attorney’s have worked out some sort of immunity deal – or negotiated a reduced/penny-ante punishment (as in – demotions, suspensions, whatever). Flynn never went before the Mueller GJ – he “negotiated” (under false facts, as we know) a deal with an agreement to cooperate – and that cooperation would include agreement to testify IN THE FUTURE if Mueller wants him to.

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  19. rayvandune says:

    I have not heard discussion about the possibility of members of Congress being implicated in these crimes. I believe they would be immune from prosecution, but does that mean they could not be publicly identified? Since Harry Reid was encouraged to become involved by the FBI, can there be much doubt that:
    1. He knew the nature of the “real” plot, and
    2. Others were at least as informed too?

    It would be fun to see a spreadsheet of Dems and RINOs, with columns of data indicating what they knew, and when they new it! Imagine the election ads contrasting that with their public statements!

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    • beach lover says:

      Was interesting going back and reading the transcript of Rush’s show on Friday about this. I had forgotten that it was Dirty Harry that started the lie about Russian collusion with Trump.. but I thought Rush said it was from a meeting with Brennan.

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    • All Too Much says:

      Immunity is rarely absolute. There are things a person can do that removes the protection of the various codified and judicially created immunities.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “I have not heard discussion about the possibility of members of Congress being implicated in these crimes. ”

      Rep.Trey Goudy (R-SC) casually alluded to something like that in an interview last year with Martha MacCallum. In regards to “if the Clinton foundation were ever fully investigated, about half of Washington would be going to jail. And not just democrats”.

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  20. van winkle says:

    How long before we know whether or not this new decision by Sessions is actually going to work.
    Or whether he is simply washing his hands of the whole thing again??
    He has 2 Dems, Obamma cronies working on this, makes little if any sense.

    BUT NONE of this really matters anyway. Its is time to keep your hearts and minds on Christ Jesus. Ready yourselves and be watchful for our redemption draws very near now. He will
    not delay much longer!!

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    • All Too Much says:

      Happy Easter.

      Now go back to your family, please.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      My understanding of an excellent post by a “Dave” on the IG Hirowitz is that:

      1. Obama and Holdet neutered the IG
      2. Horowitz worked for years to restore it
      3. Brought the backing of 48 other IGs
      4. De-neutered the IG and actually put it on steroids
      5. Holder and Obama essentially forced to OK it
      6. Is there a better definition of a “white hat”?

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      • Mickturn says:

        You forgot the most salient point. After IG Horowitz was ‘Neutered’ by Obam and Holder, Horowitz, I’m sure given what I’ve seen, vowed to get every last one of the Ba$tards!

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  21. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    As long as Huber is competent, his silence is a tell on that, and he can expand the investigation into CIA, NSA, and State, I’m totally down with him moving this investigation forward through indictment, trial, conviction, and sentencing.
    I am assuming that State and CIA have an OIG that can refer criminal conduct to the prosecutor. We all have seen the smoke from Power’s and Rice’s unmasking; Kerry, Brennan, and Clapper have to be in this at the deep end of the pool, and we know the latter two have already testified deceptively. Then we have Holder and Lynch to take down, Her Sliminess and Zero.
    The only satisfactory outcome is a public legal take down that causes Uniparty members to quake in fear for the next 50 years. It’s the only route back to one law for all of us.
    Congress needs to part the clouds so that Huber and Sessions can do their job of permanently destroying these seditious thugs and their criminal apparatus.

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    • Mickturn says:

      With all the perps at the ‘Deep end of the pool’ it means they can’t rest, they have to keep treading water. Good Luck with that Criminals!

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  22. If Huber is in Utah, is it reasonable to assume that the Grand Jury is in Utah? Would any criminal prosecutions take place in Utah or DC?

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    • All Too Much says:

      Huber is not in Utah or DC, per Sundance a couple days ago.
      Huber’s official seat is in Utah, but US Attorneys can work anywhere.
      Basically, as I understand it, Huber just happens to be from Utah.

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  23. Y/O, says:

    Overlapping investigations (picture circles overlapping into other circles, many circles) of overlapping crimes, criminals committing overlapping crimes. Let’s, for illustration only, say there are 20 circles, varying sizes with 1 circle being the largest circle.

    Then say all the other circles overlap with other circles with something interesting: most circles overlap with the large one. Which one is the largest circle and where is it’s center? It stands to reason that there is today a grand jury with prosecutors and sealed indictments at that center point.

    Which would be the biggest circle? The one with the biggest most evil crime. What crime did President Trump address today? (Maybe the fear we saw in Dershowitz’s eyes throghout this video is of that circle).

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  24. redridge45 says:

    This is the best story ever; when this is done (if ever completely), so many great books will be written… Sundance will just have to bind of course!

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  25. lawton says:

    What is the big evidence that a grand jury has already been empaneled on this stuff? I guess I missed when that was shown here? Anyone know off hand?

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  26. MSO says:

    If I were corrupt and ran a corrupt DOJ and wished to maintain the same, I would keep the investigations in house, find a couple of minor idiots as fall guys and just move on.

    We know FBI and DOJ leadership is corrupt; Scooter Libby and Mike Flynn were both prosecuted for being on the wrong political side and Sandy Berger was slapped with a misdemeanor for stealing and destroying original documents (with no copies) from the National Archives.

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  27. One thing I will never understand is why would someone so seemingly fair and wise as Dershowitz vote for someone who he knew would have torn up the Constitution and turned America into an Islamic State, like some European countries have become? WHY?

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    • LBH says:

      Because he is on Team Clinton.”His seemly fair” act is just that.

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    • Mickturn says:

      Dershowitz is like a Magician but with his words, not his hands. Everything he says has multiple meanings, all of which favor his position on an issue. That way he leaves no room for most people to disagree.
      Next is his assertive attitude…most people think he’s SO smart because he says everything with total confidence…don’t fall for it’ it’s a RUSE! He knows the law and therefore knows how to manipulate others, that is exactly what the Law in a Courtroom is ALL ABOUT!
      Then comes the ‘line dropping’ items like Sin vs. Crime. That is total BS, everything going on here is a CRIME, even the little lies they tell. He is just trying to downplay it in everyone’s mind because he realizes most of those listening are so dull witted they won’t know the difference…so they happily go along (in true Leftist LOFO fashion).
      When people not smart enough to see what he is doing (any Means to an End) fall for his rhetoric he’s won!
      He is a Snake, DO NOT forget that. Those of you that think he’s ‘sort of’ on our side, forget it! He is a true Communist masquerading as a good Lawyer! DO NOT take anything he says as true, it’s tailored to deceive!

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  28. ron neymeyer says:

    The blind for 8 Obama years of demorats using government agencies for political trashing of Republicans and they were utterly blind, but now with Trump in office are concerned ? So stoogery and outrageous hypocrisy is the new standards ? Along with TREASON by demorats ?

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    • I agree..these guys nauseate me; suddenly it’s all about being fair and nonpartisan…they are only concerned when the Dems are the crooks, then it becomes well everyone Repubs and Dems, etc…give me a break. The Dem Party is a criminal enterprise committing treason and sedition and trying to destroy our POTUS. This whole be fair stuff is part of the cover up.

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  29. thomaspain1961 says:

    I believe its fair to assume the major players of these numerous and varied scandals will never hear that iron door slam. This feeling is based on much past behavior. Why think it will be different that obama and hillary and dozens of famous politicians and their minions will go to prison this time? I’ll tell you why they will go to prison or worse in one word: Trump. Trump is completely different from ALL of his predecessors. Trump fulfills his campaign promises and one of those promises was “lock her up.”
    Say, have hillary and obama returned to the U.S. yet?

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      There may be strong evidence against top dawgs at FBI, DOJ, etc. I think getting Holder, and especially Obama, is dicey. … but we haven’t seen 1.2 Million documents. (Not pages.)

      Have the Clinton’s generally gun the CF legitimately, or is there a paper trail that would make Paul Manafort blush? I believe Sara Carter said 5 different FBI field offices are investigating the CF. If true, I don’t think 5 different offices investigate trivial issues.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Charles Ortel was doing some deep diving into the Clinton Foundation last year, I think. He’s got a website but I haven’t visited it for several months. According to him, it has never been run right. 🙂

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          I do recall the IRS allowed them to amend 4 or 5 years worth of tax returns after some “irregularities” were found……

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          That’s the problem when you’re surrounded by Yes men.

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        • Mickturn says:

          When an organization is run badly it provides cover…Documents, what documents, we knew nothing about that, I can’t RECALL!…Ring a bell?

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          • Mark McQueen says:

            I don’t think too many people actually believe the Clinton Foundation is anything more than just another crooked money scheme of theirs. It’s no accident the IRS problems were over mis- or unreported income.

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    • “I believe its fair to assume the major players of these numerous and varied scandals will never hear that iron door slam. This feeling is based on much past behavior. ”
      Agreed – there won’t be any perp walks but for the most egregious “slam dunk” cases – and I think it’s clear just by Lisa Page’s texts that they were aware that they had to cover their actions with a thin veneer of propriety.
      However, there may be a few folks who are disbarred. Some suspended sentences that will always be on their record. Drastically reduced speaking fees – nothing compared to what they brought down on Flynn’s family of course.
      Holder/Lynch/Yates/Rice/Brennan/Clapper – under their leadership, our government was weaponized on steroids – I want it exposed and I want them exposed in all their rotten, malevolent actions. I want them to lose their cushy TV pundit stipends or “visiting professorships. I really don’t care about the iron doors – it’s’ our future (and my childrens’ future) I care about.

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  30. spren says:

    I believe that HRC committed treason by deliberately exposing classified information on her unprotected server to her pay to play cohorts. She provided the information, and they made “contributions” to her foundation. Her husband Bill, while President, gave China super computers, guidance technology for their satellites, and the technology of how to MIRV their nuclear warheads. He did this in exchange for illegal campaign contributions and moved China’s military decades ahead of where they would’ve been without his treason.

    That entire family has sold this country down the river so many times it will be a complete travesty if they are not held to account for their treason and sedition. They’ve skated so many times they think they are bullet-proof, and there is no reason for them not to feel like that. I hope this time is different. Critics of them receiving punishment claim the optics would be bad where the losing political opponent is criminalized just like in a third world country. But why don’t they comment on the fact in this instance that it is the winning opponent who is now being subjected to a soft coup where he is the one they’re trying to criminalize and remove from office? Crazy stuff!

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  31. Bob R says:

    Second the running out the clock theory. Ex: Why didn’t they get Klapper on perjury before statute time elapsed ? Anti Trumpers stalling to see if ’18 election will permit impeachment. If so, impeachment news will drown out all other. Mueller trying to hang on to his bombs to influence ’18 election.

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    • lizzyp says:

      I believe an indictment stops the clock, so if there is a sealed perjury indictment from before the statute ran out, they can wait to unseal it until they are ready. Feel free to correct me if I’ve misunderstood that bit.

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  32. litlbit2 says:

    Wow am I relieved, the man from Harvaard said Russian..Russian involvement in our elections a serious serious action while not even a mention of the DNC Sanders rigging. Which let me understand why according to him, The Hillary/Clinton Foundations/DNC/GOPe collusion’s we’re nothing more than a little frisky matter. Such a upstanding fellow.

    Ya still wondering how we could have been so blessed with 40 plus years of corruption promoted by MSM puppets and aid and abetting people in the USA House and Senate where the Lawyers along with CoC write the talking points.

    Waiting on Sessions and company with the backing of a very honest and determined President Trump with the Blessing from above on a glorious day for all of faith. Just love Sundance!

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  33. Phil aka Felipe says:

    “Why didn’t they get Klapper on perjury before statute time elapsed ?”

    They didn’t need to. Will have opportunity to get him on perjury charges when Huber examines him under oath about his prior statements and what he knows about the coup attempt and his part in it.

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  34. Anon says:

    In the ranks of the corporate media, to simply wonder if there is more to the story than Muh Russia is akin to treason in the first degree. It’s not that the real story has been missed, the real story is being forcefully suppressed.

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  35. Tonawanda says:

    1) Do NOT trust Dershowitz. He is a committed leftist. His role is to take the outside most “reasonable” position for the current leftist situation, the fallback to neutralize things.

    2) The outside position is “let all the committed Marxists go free and unpunished despite their lawless attempts to destroy America, let’s appoint a ‘non-partisan’ commission to sing Kumbaya and string these crimes out for as long as possible, until we can end this process in a rancorous propaganda war of who is not being ‘nonpartisan,’ a war leftists always win.”

    3) Dershowitz is a committed leftist. His positions do not come from the goodness of his heart or his commitment to principle. As he said in this interview, he does not want Hillary to be hurt. He wants the entire process to be derailed from Hillary’s criminality, and the criminality of her leftist collaborators.

    4) Dershowitz is a slimy snake. He has never done anything to hurt the communist position in destroying America. “Conservatives” are so needy for approval they get giddy when this man speaks a little objective reality.

    5) Will you ever see Dershowitz spend 5 minutes discussing the probable cause to believe Hillary is a criminal? He voted for her, and that is all you need to know from “the professor.”

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    • Johnny Bravo says:

      All very salient points T.

      Dershowitz is not strident, neither is he aggressive, no, he is O’Mamma lite. All words and no action. When I hear him, my ears are more offended than when listening to Crapper or Brengun or Holdup; at least you know where you stand with those commies.

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    • Maquis says:

      Solid analysis. Sure wish The Stupid Party would figure this out.

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  36. Makes perfect sense to me. I don’t see any problem here. Total transparency for appropriate members of Congress. Only redacted version can be released to public because of on going criminal investigation. Must be swamp dwellers wanting to drag thongs out. Sessions has executed a great plan. I remember at the very beginning of this, many people were concerned about a 2ND special counsel having to be appointed, noting how dragged out the timing would be.

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  37. Eric says:

    Sure, Dershowitz wants to make sure it never happens again. Because he knows the democrat party as we know it is probably over and it will be R’s at the levers of power from now on.

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    • Hoosier says:

      MBS… say hello to my little friend. 1/2 the crap we are dealing with came from Saudi’s.

      1/4th came from the Rothchilds… sorry for that plane crash.

      The other 1/4th is Soros. I bet his butt is puckered if he doesn’t have a colostomy bag.

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  38. Maquis says:

    Dershowitz’s endless “high ground” of “equivalence,” his assertion that it’s ALL about politics, and the Republcans are as dirty as the Dems so lets all be reasonable and not “Lock Her Up,” as if that sentiment can only arise from political opposition, is ticking me off.

    We, our President, our Country and even the World, are the Victims of Gross Criminality. Thr Right was a Diebold OverLord keystroke away from facing Bill Ayers Death Camps. That Conspiracy, a Coup compounded by Mendacity on a Cosmic Scale, is ongoing. The shenanigans we will see and the off-the-charts demonization campaigns we will surely face will be, rather, are, beyond anything this once Non-Banana-Republic has ever seen.

    Dershowitz’s moral-equivalence fail smacks of the Fake Pope’s impugning of sexual asault victims of the Clergy.

    GBPDJT
    🇺🇸

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    • KittyKat says:

      like

      The tedious, inapt and inept moral equivalencies we heard on the tape were nothing more than hardcore lefty spin.

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  39. KittyKat says:

    Whenever the left makes moral equivalency between the right and left, it is in lieu of their admitting lefty wrongdoing. They will NEVER go farther than, “They both do it” to “The left did wrong.”

    Lefty moral equivalencies are not equivalent at all; they are heavy fingers that tip the scale in favor of the left.

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    • KittyKat says:

      Name one Republican who was as careless with classified information as Hillary Clinton. If any Republican had been caught being anywhere near that careless, they’d have been indicted. Period.

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  40. jeans2nd says:

    Dersch keeps mentioning a “bi-partisan commission,” and others have begun agreeing with him. This is really stupid, imo. The 9-11 and the Benghazi commissions were a joke. No one believes their conclusions, let alone followed their recommendations.

    This commission idea, like so many any other things our gubmint does, is the prime example of insanity.
    When does beating our head against the wall no longer feel good? Beating our head against the wall obviously has knocked no sense into us, perhaps it is time to follow the law and prosecute crimes. No one has prosecuted crimes for so long. Following the law would actually be trying something new.

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  41. SRV says:

    Dershowitz… master of the Limited hangout, he talks truth then nudges the narrative to protect the slime he is a card carrying member of… meh

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  42. jjohn143 says:

    The latest count of sealed vs sealed indictments is 24,544, the damn has to break soon
    PDF of chart:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1igst7PBa6tDz0JIlm4ncNquO2O0qXWm2

    Data is from the PACER federal court database.

    Source of above and all supporting data files:

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1KPh2ASFggwF1XVnVpDB3mtwvwlH71om6

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Did you see the fine print at the bottom? These numbers include search warrants.

      Numbers not huge for Arkansas or New York.

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