Joe diGenova Goes Full Wolverine on Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein…

Alan Dershowitz and Joe diGenova appear on Sean Hannity TV show to discuss the latest revelations in the Robert Mueller ‘Muh Russia’ collusion investigation.

Against yesterday’s backdrop discovery of the secret instructions from Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Joe diGenova goes full wolverine.

 

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354 Responses to Joe diGenova Goes Full Wolverine on Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein…

  1. racerxx says:

    I give Dersh a lot of credit for speaking out.

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    • mamajen says:

      Like Camille Paglia, he is someone that I respect despite disagreeing on many issues. I can handle differences of opinion if the person is rational, intelligent, and agrees on the fundamentals, like the rule of law and the sanctity of the Constitution. President Trump has inspired all manner of strange allies, and I love it.

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  2. Buck Turgidson says:

    That is quite the amazing and brilliant duo there w The Dersh and Joe D.

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    • mdt123 says:

      YES Brilliant legal minds and speakers. Dersh is very to the point – political sin is not a crime.

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    • Tonawanda says:

      Dershowitz adopted an entirely different approach in this interview instead of his usual “nonpartisan” schtick, and he sounded coherent as a result.

      Liked by 9 people

      • MGBSE says:

        Yes…in the beginning of these treasonous actions against Donald Trump Ders referred to Mueller as “honorable”.

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        • LannyD says:

          Dershowitz also is a pundit who sells books, make no mistake. He is consistent on content but knows which way the wind is blowing, and the wind from Mueller is starting to smell worse and worse.

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          • Deb says:

            Dershowitz is not a “pundit.” He is an acclaimed civil rights lawyer with a very long legal career and a Harvard professor. He has plenty of money. He doesn’t need to sell books.

            The left tried to use the Epstein pedo island scandal to take down Dershowitz. He’s no stranger to the kind of false allegations they leveled against PDJT during the election and after.

            He knows a set up when he sees one. God bless him for speaking up, even if he is a registered Democrat.

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            • Charles Martel "The Deplorable." says:

              Dershowitz is a common well paid well known pundit. He’s selling books. He has recently advocated for and defended the concept of a two tier American justice system. One for serfs like us and another for powerful politicians. Dershowitz is the worst kind of political hack. But because he has to sell books he is now simply aligning his position to the winning side.

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  3. JRD says:

    Bang, zoom, to the moon Alice !

    Bravissimo Giuseppe !!!

    Have I mentioned how much I loathe the treacherous little swamp rat Rosenstein lately ?

    Really,
    WHAT THE HELL WAS SESSIONS THINKING WHEN HE CHOSE THIS WORM ?
    WHY?
    After everything we fought for, we have to get saddled with this human waste product !

    I want Sessions to answer why he chose this swamp rat to be second in command.

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    • tav144 says:

      Rosenstein was appointed by Trump. I want to know who recommended him to him.

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      • JX says:

        That’s a good question.

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      • SteveO says:

        Jeff Sessions

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      • Somebody says:

        I want to know how Rosenstein ended up as assistant AG. Did Sessions pick him? He talked glowingly about him, prior to appointment and since, but that doesn’t mean he made the call to appoint him.

        Most of the cabinet members did pick their underlings, but POTUS had the final say. Think about state or defense appointments named that POTUS rejected. So did Sessions pick RR and POTUS agreed or did POTUS outright pick RR on advice from someone???? If the latter who was the someone that suggested RR?

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        • dagnyshrug says:

          Wasn’t RR already #2 in the DOJ? Maybe there was some nod to rank and succession, and the assumption of professionalism, before all the unmitigated filth was uncovered? Could be wrong. Just a thought.

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    • flyboy46 says:

      Could it be the case of “keep your friends close, and your ENEMYS CLOSER”? Just like the “fab five” are kept where we can see and control them, maybe he has flipped, and is being used to control Mueller. Since Trump knew about the spying right after the election, Sessions was chosen to drain the swamp, but couldn’t do it directly or it would be “political”, so they KEPT Rosenstine to run the guilitine squad? Just extending SD’S thinking, but I would bet money on it.

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      • No, Rosenstein is career DOJ and was hired based on his good reputation. Nobody really understood just how corrupt the DOJ had become under Obama, or how weak and easily manipulated Rosenstein is.

        I don’t think Rosenstein is a conspirator, but more of a useful idiot used by the conspirators.

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      • NvMtnOldMan says:

        Fly===This deal with RR and Mueller surrounding Trump reminds me of when a German officer told an American Officer that he was surrounded, the American said that is great, now we know where you are. I think this is what Trump is doing.

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    • ditto..not only selected him but defends him when necessary to this day! I can hardly stand this. No one seems to be able to close this mess down.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      Sessions is a non-entity and seems to be drifting into irrelevance. Rosenstein runs things.

      So apparently there is no end game to any of this. Why would it end? Why would Mueller stop his “investigation”? Why would Rosenstein stop him?

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    • Mary Morse says:

      Sometimes it’s best to let the rats eat each other. The IG investigation started before the election. After the election the IG had his mandate. He began an investigation of the circumstances surrounding Comey’s reopening of the Hillary email investigation in the days running up to the election. We haven’t heard much about it, but I can’t wait to hear what was actually on Weiner’s laptop.

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    • MustangBlues says:

      Hello,

      Crooked Rod and Bobbi Mule were appointed precisely to expose the depth of their corruption and complicity in the demo-communist coup.

      Given lots of low hanging rope for their own gallows..

      How else would anyone be privy to the constant errors of incompetency they repeatedly demonstrate??

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  4. StanH says:

    I believe more and more the lion will roar. Mr. Trump needs go right at these swamp creatures, perhaps a Prime Time message to the nation and bring public scorn, and frankly the fear of God to the swamp. Make no mistake the Special Counsel is a uni-party tool to attack our great president, it’s getting time to go right at them “hammer and tong – root and branch…eviscerate these uni=party cronies.

    MAGA!

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    • Nordic Breed says:

      Any Uniparty attack on our President is an attack on the American people. We should keep that in mind.

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    • bob347 says:

      I’d like to see Pres. Trump hold a press conference and tell the American people that if the DOJ and FBI do not release all of the documents unredacted that Nunes is asking for, The AG, Dep. AG, FBI Dir & Dep Dir will all be fired. I think AG Sessions is a good guy and is trying to do the right thing but by recusing himself, he’s not nearly effective as he needs to be. He’s (probably unwittingly) enabled the deep state to thwart that MAGA agenda for far too long.

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    • flyboy46 says:

      The 18,500 SEALED cases filed in the Federal courts (per one of the lawyer commentors here) should go a long way toward “draining the swamp.” The “silent assassin from Alabama” is hard and QUIETLY at work with prosecutors he has chosen. Be patient, “Rome wasn’t built in a day”, and draining the swamp will take 8years.

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      • Maryaha says:

        The number went up to approximately 24,500 by the end of March.

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      • DJ says:

        As others have pointed out, the bulk of those sealed cases are probably immigration related cases where minors are involved. Also thrown in there are the increased human trafficking cases and drug related crimes where the cases are still sealed to prevent tipping off the other perps not yet charged. I would love to believe that many of those sealed cases also represent swamp critter cases, but I’m no longer holding my breath on those. Still hopeful, but…

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        • Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

          I think you’re probably right about the bulk of the cases, but if even a significant fraction of the cases are deep state swampers, think about what a MOAB that is for the Swamp.

          Most of the core corruption around the HRC exoneration and coup attempt was executed by the “small group” of roughly a dozen/couple dozen people. Add in their hangers on and the go along to get along people who let stuff slide or helped just a little and you’ve got maybe a couple hundred people involved, tops?

          What if just 500 – 1000 of those sealed indictments are for swampers across the major agencies? DOJ/FBI, State, CIA, others… BOOM!

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      • J. Eric Lunden says:

        That day will be Sessions (One of us deplorable flyovers) Sweet Home Alabama Day. The Alabama Assassin will be vindicated in due time. (With sweet tea please)

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  5. JAS says:

    Excellent clip!! As I said yesterday, this whole SC thing is just a tool for keeping the boxing glove on POTUS’ face, all of the swap rats praying that they can grab control of Congress in the midterms…

    DiGenova: “RR has single-handedly taken 16-months off from President Trump’s presidency…..”

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    • mdt123 says:

      I doubt that RR has really stopped any MAGA just protected the swamp. This over-reach may ultimately help Trump as it is so blatant and Trump can start calling it out in his 2018 election rallies. Dersh + Joe is a great combination of legal insights.

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  6. bitterlyclinging says:

    Court reporter calls Rosenstein memo very ‘Lavrenti Beria’ -esque

    http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2018/04/secret-mueller-memo-released-supreme.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+DougRossJournal+%28Doug+Ross+%40+Journal%29

    Rod Rosenstein is a very red, swollen, inflamed, oozing, suppurative boil that needs to be lanced. immediately, if not sooner.

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  7. Pat Frederick says:

    I credit our President for awakening the lion (or lioness) in us. Yes, we thought we were patriots before, trying to stand up for our country, trying to make things right. But President Trump ignites something deep down within ourselves that was dormant—some fierceness previously unknown–that we could make America great again–we can win! and now there is an impatient hunger among some of us to see it done.
    But the Lion needs to eat first—allow him the first bite–because no matter how hungry we all are–he executed the kill.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      You have the right words to describe the process, I think, Pat Frederick: “But President Trump ignites something deep down within ourselves that was dormant—some fierceness previously unknown–that we could make America great again–we can win!”

      President Trump is a transformational individual, often labeled charismatic, but transformational is more profound. I believe he still is awakening that “impatient hunger,” because he wants more than “some of us.” He wants an awakened people. God knows that Sundance is doing some of the fundamental lifting and educating to create this awakened state from which Winning is possible.

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      • Tegan says:

        Pat, I agree with your “igniting” comment, but from the headlines I read daily it seems as though the fierceness AGAINST Trump and our nation is apparently just as great. I am appalled and sickened by the unhinged, insane comments …a woman wants Ted Cruz to take a DNA test to prove “he’s human”…a producer wants Trump “just to die quietly.” These aren’t big corporations that will get/lose trillions, but everyday citizens that harbor such hate in them it is almost overwhelming. Then, of course…the all-out war of Amazon, Twitter, Google, etc. there’s no pretense any longer.

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      • piper567 says:

        pyromancer, I agree with your thought that the President “…wants an awakened people.”
        The work he is doing with the Leaders in other Countries is demonstrating that particular quality he embodies.
        The gratitude expressed by the Balkan Leaders a few days ago is very inspiring, and shows that this aspect of his mighty personality is feeding the fires of freedom on more than just this Continent.
        His speeches in Asia struck a similar chord. His speech in SK was not pandering, he really does wish for people to be free and prosperous; he respects their efforts in this direction.
        The words “free”, “independent” ,and “sovereign nations” seem to be cropping up in more places than just here in the USA.
        He really does give a new meaning to the word “ally”, one that is understandable by many who find inspiration in his Leadership and example.

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    • LOVE your inspiring comment! Thank you.

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  8. Linus in W.PA. says:

    I know that the Trumpet loves the long game, but damn, this feces needs to be put down.

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  9. The Boss says:

    I’d like to see Mueller and Rosenstein answering questions just like Dershowitz and DiGenova. In fact, how about all 4 on together? It’s about damn time we hear from the prosecution.

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  10. Sharpshorts says:

    I think Joe diGenova was incorrect when he suggested “it’s a shame” that AG Rod Rosenstein cannot be fired. ALL appointed federal employees can be fired…can they not?

    Firings may cause political difficulties for elected federal employees due the leftist political environment that exists today. But firings have to happen, the left be damned. Otherwise we will see a permanent “Special Counsel” added as a 4th Branch to our Constitution.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      He did not mean technically, but politically:)

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      • Brian Baker says:

        Yeah, it kind of got lost in the back and forth, but that’s what both DiGenova and Dershowitz were saying. Rosenstein can’t be fired (yet) due to the political fallout that would result (for now).

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        • You are right. Dersh said that POTUS has the right to fire but that “politically” it wouldn’t be the right thing to do.

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          • Tegan says:

            Yes, perhaps not politically fired but any credibility taken away and his professional reputation smashed into oblivion. Just like the “dishonest” media or “crooked” Hillary…a lot of damage can be done just by constantly, public ally questioning that team. Then, it becomes their choice of how much longer they are willing to face it.

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      • Sharpshorts says:

        Politically infeasible ??? Perhaps so…(at least for now…) or perhaps his sarcasm went over my head even though I generally agree with Joe diGenov.

        To me he was acquiescing to the left’s false-fore-gone narrative that the AAG could not be fired…It’s the same false narrative presented for “Muller cannot be stopped”…It is still being used to justify impeachment because “it was Hillary’s turn”.

        …not to worry…

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  11. Budman says:

    Hey HANNITY…….ZIP IT!

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  12. cavt says:

    Do not understand why Sessions hired Rosenstein. He is the prototypical DC insider hence swamp creature. Do not understand why Sessions can’t fire him. Do not understand why Sessions can’t at least force him to recuse himself. Something is amiss in this whole situation–

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    • Irons says:

      Rosenstein may have been judged to be more dangerous running loose than he is close by and contained. Sometimes there are people you really don’t want around, but you really really don’t want them openly working for the enemy.

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    • Blu Vaner says:

      It appears Sessions gave RR the rope to hang himself with.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      I feel this way, too, but then I look around. How much Winning has happened while the unbearable, arrogant, insidious leftists (including globalist-Repubs) thought they had the upper hand!

      I know its not over yet, but I still pinch myself as I look around — and as Sundance has so carefully explained — at all the Resets. I know there still are trillions of $$$ at stake. But, I look. We are close to having an America again.

      Still lots and lots of cleanup (especially voter fraud and the insane media), but President Trump has now called up the National Guard to create our southern border. Unless I am mistaken, this takes the NG away from the control of the states at this time. The military is free for other purposes. I’m not a fan of 4-D, or any -D, chess ideas, but, oh, my, what a general with a magnificent strategy!

      One question I have is has the President and his generals found all those weapons and materiel that 0 commandeered and placed in every federal agency and who knows where else?

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    • dogbows says:

      Did you not read the above comments? Sessions did not hire Rosenstein. Trump appointed him.

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  13. For those wondering why Sessions or Trump doesn’t step in and fire Rosenstein now…..

    It is political. Trump has a razor thin margin of “psuedo support” in Congress. People like Trey Gowdy, who revealed his commitment as an anti-Trump guy by recommending that Trump talk to Mueller (unbelievably stupid advice), are all that stand between Trump and impeachment. No, I don’t think Trump has done anything that would even merit the discussion of impeachment, but I am not a big-government, deep state supporter. The Democrats will file articles of impeachment 5 minutes after the opening gavel if they win control of the house.

    Trump fired Comey, and even the Deep State GOP members realized that Comey was a weasel and a snake. But that was Trump’s only play. The Trump haters in the GOP in Congress would NOT support nor defend Trump if he fired Rosenstein. And there are probably enough anti-Trump GOP members who would vote for Articles of Impeachment for Obstruction if Trump fired Rosenstein.

    The GOPe has Trump right where they want him. Trump has a Special Counsel trying to manufacture a crime on him, so that takes away his immense clout as POTUS to lobby the country for his agenda. The GOPe HATE WITH A PASSION much of Trump’s agenda.

    The box that Trump found himself in right after his inauguration is probably unprecedented in American politics.
    – The CIA and FBI leadership was running an active “soft coup” against him.
    – He could trust no one in the FBI nor Justice Department, he had no idea how deep the coup went.
    – He had no support from the GOP leadership.
    – The Democrats would have voted to impeach him immediately.
    – The news media was actively pushing the agenda of the “soft coup” plotters.

    What is STUNNING is that he is slowly fighting his way out of this box with no help. We need to be patient.

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    • mdt123 says:

      WE THE PEOPLE vs THE GLOBALIST ESTABLISHMENT
      It’s a massive fight for taking back our government if there was one

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Trump has a razor thin margin of “psuedo support” in Congress.”

      Your response sums it up perfectly. One mis-step and the manufactured outrage of the MSM will “cause” all the never-trumpers and silent fence sitters to remove PDJT so they “can all get back to the way things used to be”. Remember the “trillions of dollars at stake” and most of the elected representatives in Washington are political whores paid off the legal bribes disguised as “lobbying & campaign contributions”.

      There are too many RINO Senators to take a chance with the POTUS risking an impeachment trial, this SC is bad enough. PDJT is there right now actively wrecking their gravy train.

      John 2:13 And the Jews’ passover was at hand, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem,
      14 And found in the temple those that sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the changers of money sitting:
      15 And when he had made a scourge of small cords, he drove them all out of the temple, and the sheep, and the oxen; and poured out the changers’ money, and overthrew the tables;
      16 And said unto them that sold doves, Take these things hence; make not my Father’s house an house of merchandise.

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      • Bendix says:

        Remember too the statement by confirmed Liberal Democrat James Howard Kunstler.
        Trump must be removed, because “people are not getting paid”.
        That’s exactly it.

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      • glk26 says:

        The scariest part of it all is, our enemies are watching. They know they can hit us either militarily or through cyber warfare. They know were divided, and instead of standing united behind our troops or those affected and calling for retaliation, half our government and most of the media would blame Trump and his deplorable supporters. And not the enemy. Russia and China are just waiting for the right moment.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Brian Alexander, see my reply above to Cavt. Your ideas express reality from the half-empty perspective, the one I also feel many, many days, and mine above from the half-full one.

      I know there is an incredibly hard slog ahead, but I feel that the fight has not been a slow one. I see it as lightning strikes, one after the other, fundamentally incinerating the leftist rot everywhere it hits.

      Can you see the distance America has traveled since January 2017? I can hardly imagine this distance has been traveled — by all of us. I don’t believe that President Trump and his team could have accomplished so much so incredibly fast if there was not so much more in place than we Americans can imagine today.

      Think of what the communist-globalists believe they have accomplished through controlling our educational system and the media. These are pounding leftist ideas and defeat/ridicule-for-President Trump and traditional Americans (especially white males – our “generals” in so many areas) in our brains hourly. The Soros funds are used to actively organize all sorts of anti-American propaganda and actions, daily if not weekly.

      Yet here we stand. Together. This is STUNNING.

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    • lotbusyexec says:

      And I wish people would give Hannity a break. The guy is one of the ONLY TV or radio people daily hammering the outright corruption that is taking place all around us. Yes he may toot his own horn a tad bit too much and/or repeat the same talking points BUT I believe he has brought sunshine to this dark deep state and has gathered together an excellent group of Patriots to help topple this cabal!

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      • MustangBlues says:

        Good for Hannity; he does bring the right subjects to the table.

        BUT, could he just shut up and let the bright minds speak their knowledge,

        And not do the ‘let me interrupt and show you that I am smart to, schoolboy trope’.

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    • Stellar post! The money quotes:

      “– The CIA and FBI leadership was running an active “soft coup” against him.”

      “Trump fired Comey, and even the Deep State GOP members realized that Comey was a weasel and a snake. But that was Trump’s only play.”

      “What is STUNNING is that he is slowly fighting his way out of this box with no help. We need to be patient.”

      Sessions, for all his ethics, decency, and professionalism as Attorney General, fell into a trap when he was convinced to recuse himself from nebulous, as-yet nonexistent investigations of the 2016 presidential election. He, like Trump, failed to appreciate just what he was facing in the Obama DOJ he walked into. He trusted the career DOJ people absolutely and was shamefully manipulated into leaving the President wide-open to a partisan attack which, frankly, was prior to Obama/Holder/Lynch absolutely inconceivable.

      Comey was fired for just cause when it became apparent he was not only insubordinate to the President but was actively working to undermine him. His firing decapitated the soft coup, but Sessions’ recusal allowed the soft coup conspirators to manipulate the ever-pliable Rod Rosenstein to appoint Mueller Special Counsel as a replacement.

      God I pray this abomination comes to an end quickly!

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    • Thanks for your excellent post. I know from reading the numerous comments in this wonderful blog that many of us, myself included, have smelled the blood on the water and are anxious to strike. We love our President and do not want to see him come to any harm. As SD has shown us, Trump has been fighting the good fight against incredible odds every since he rode down the escalator in that fateful day and announced he was throwing his hat into the ring.

      The Deep State Devils laughed their asses off because they figured there was no way this clown could survive the primaries let alone get elected.

      Ha Ha- he who laughs best laughs last. Let’s see who’s left standing with a grin on their face when POTUS takes out his metaphorical sword and goes into the battlefield.

      The Battle of all battles is coming. We who have been watching this unfold can take comfort knowing that we are going to live to see it.

      Thanks to everyone who takes time out of their busy lives to write here with good counsel and encouragement.

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      I agree they put PDT in a box. I know not many here believe it, but it still in the back of my mind that Sessions is with the Uniparty. Without his appointment and recuse there would be no Mueller investigation. Time will tell.

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  14. Margaret Berger says:

    I know what I want to do and I know I would have probably done a lot of things Trump hasn’t done in the same situation and it wouldn’t have worked . I am not a very stable genius with impeccable timing. I must be patient and trust the Very Stable Genius.

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  15. Ditch Mitch says:

    Bryan, there is also the “nothing there” reason. AND more importantly there is the “the more I dig into you the more dirt I uncover about me (small group, HRC, Bozo etc.).

    BTW, I don’t believe Sessions “hired” Rosenstein. Rosenstein was recommended in an advisory committee AND so far nobody will admit to it.

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  16. TwoLaine says:

    I watched this live last night and had to laugh at Joe because he finally has Hannity’s number. If Hannity is going to talk all over him, he will talk all over Hannity. They let all the left wingers talk all over everyone else’s interviews, and are finally learning how to be heard.

    As to Ding Dong Dershowitz, I am sick of his comparisons to ILLary and Bill. This “Matter” has no resemblance to their CRIMES. It was/is clear they were/are crooked and did/do crooked things. These are not political sins, they are crimes upon America and they should be punished for them ASAP.

    President TRUMP has committed no crimes other than running for the Top Job in America. ZERO. ZIP. NADA.

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    • Agreed. Bill Clinton very foolishly committed crimes covering up something that manifestly did not require a cover up: His reputation as a poon hound was not only well known but celebrated.

      It’s ironic that had he simply been truthful, or at least settled out of court with Jones instead of going full “bimbo eruption” against her, nothing would have happened.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        Bald-faced denial was always and continues to be the Clintons best weapon. With all we know about HRC’s foundation, etc., to watch her strut around and pontificate as if she is innocent is stunning for her sheer audacity.

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    • Bendix says:

      That impeachment of Bill, as well, even if you thought it was bogus (as I did) Donald J. Trump had nothing to do with it.
      Donald himself fought the same Republican Party that engineered that impeachment. He knocked Jeb clean out of the contest, with just a few words, remember?
      So I wish everybody would just drop this non-valid “tit for tat” comparison.
      If Dershowitz thinks this has anything to do with Bill or Hillary, then he’s not as smart as I thought.
      This is a whole new ballgame, after January 20, 2017.
      I’m also sick of the pretense that Bill’s ‘misconduct’ amounted to piggish behavior with a more than willing idiot of an intern.
      The real scandal was that this dip bought her way into a position that should have been a real honor for some other young person.
      No, Bill’s ‘misconduct’ was actual criminal behavior against women, of the Weinstein variety.

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  17. Jane Smith says:

    If Sessions weren’t a Swamp Creature in cahoots with the other Swamp Creatures, he would un-recuse himself, get rid of the Special Counsel, grab the control reigns of the DOJ and, do his job for a change.

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    • dogbows says:

      Sessions has clearly stated that he only recused himself from the Trump campaign because he was one of the victims. He is not recused from anything involving the DOJ.

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      • Jane Smith says:

        Fine…so, then show me just one thing that Sessions has done about Uranium One, Fast & Furious, The Clinton Email Scandal, The DNC hack, The FISA Abuse…just one thing…please. I would really like to believe in him but, can’t.

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        • Rich says:

          Send him a letter and register your concerns to him directly.

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          • Jane Smith says:

            Thanks for the suggestion…I just did:
            Dear Attorney General Sessions,
            I hope that you are doing well.
            I am a concerned citizen who is worried about equal justice under the law.
            I don’t understand how a sailor on a submarine can get jail time for accidently including a computer screen image in a selfie while Hillary Clinton and associates can walk free for much worse crimes. Why is Paul Manafort being indicted for the same thing that the Podestas did? Where is the justice?
            Why haven’t there been indictments for Uranium One? 20% of our Uranium was sold to Russians. Where is the justice?
            Why haven’t there been indictments for Fast and Furious? Our border agent was killed by one of those illegal guns.
            Why haven’t there been indictments for FISA court abuse? The Clinton Campaign paid for a fake dossier to gain an illegal FISA Warrant to spy on the Trump Campaign via the Obama Administration. Where is the justice?
            Why haven’t there been indictments for blocking the DEA Cassandra Project? Millions more Americans became drug addicts because of that. Where is the justice?
            The fake Trump-Russia Collusion Special Counsel. What crime are they investigating? There wasn’t one. Has this country become Stalin’s Russia-“Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime?” Where is the justice?
            I really want to believe that you, Attorney General Sessions, are working for the American people but, I look at corrupt scandal after corrupt scandal by the FBI, Obama Administration, and Hillary Clinton Campaign and see no justice.
            I am becoming disheartened.
            I find it hard to believe in the rule of law…especially when the “exact same law varies depending on which individual it is being applied to”.
            I hope that I am wrong.
            I hope that you are doing your job and that we will see justice.

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  18. The whole thing is a farce, and absolutely correct what they say about trying to deny Trump the right to govern. I pray there is a stinking great big ugly skeleton in Rosenstein’s closest and it destroys him! HOW DARE THEY!

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  19. Anyone who says the Sessions recusal was “4D chess” and the Rosenstein/Mueller SC investigation is a smokescreen for exposing the “Deep State” is overcomplicating the obvious.

    Gentleman Jeff Sessions was, I believe, misadvised by the DOJ ethics office and made a mistake when he recused himself from as-yet nonexistent investigations of the 2016 presidential campaign.

    I seriously doubt he foresaw Rod Rosenstein almost immediately appointing a Special Counsel to investigate the new Administration just weeks into his tenure. I feel strongly he would never have empowered Rosenstein to act as he did if he knew what would follow.

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    • I just as firmly believe the IG/US Attorney investigation into FBI misconduct and the other parallel investigations of Obama administration abuse of power and malfeasance is a countermeasure, and would have occurred even without the Mueller “smokescreen”.

      Sessions is redeeming himself by these actions but he unnecessarily placed himself and President Trump at a serious disadvantage by his short-sightedness in the recusal.

      Sessions trusted advice he should not have, plain and simple, because he didn’t recognize the Black Hats were using a Jedi mind trick and telling him, in effect, “these aren’t the droids you’re looking for. Move along.”

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    • dogbows says:

      He had to recuse himself because he was one of the victims of the Trump campaign. He is not recused from anything related to the DOJ.

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      • The Mueller investigation – the Seinfeld show of investigations, “about nothing” – is nothing to do with Sessions being a victim of anything.

        Sessions made a serious blunder when he recused himself from hypothetical investigations that did not exist, of crimes that have yet to be defined, handing over absolute authority to the Deputy AG.

        It would have been far better for Sessions to declare IF and WHEN a criminal matter arises that requires his recusal, he would recuse himself from THAT investigation.

        I guarantee you, if the steaming pile of s**t that was brought to Rosenstein had come before Sessions, he would have kicked it back and told the investigators to come up with a crime, not a weak excuse for an open-ended fishing expedition.

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        • Oh – BTW: In case you missed it, Sessions is overseeing investigations into FBI abuses where it will eventually be discovered (officially) that he was, as a member of the Trump campaign, a “victim” – and given his impeccable ethics and integrity, will recuse himself IF and WHEN it becomes necessary for him to do so.

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    • Koot Katmandu says:

      I agree, It is highly unlikely that Rosenstien/Mueller are working on anything other than hurting PDT. I have wondered if their job is wash info that the CIA FBI have on PDT that they got from illegal surveillance. Do they have something on him that they think is a kill shot, but they can not tell how they got the information? So they create an investigation and and SC to magically discover what they already know.

      As far as Sessions goes. I am still very skeptical of him. I know many here think he is white hat. It was bang, bang, bang – Trump fires Comey, Sessions recuse, Rosenstien, appoints Mueller. Sessions and Rosenstien were in with the firing of Comey. Sessions had to have a lot of input on Rosenstien appointment as deputy. At best he made a major error or perhaps he is part of the Unipartys insurance and effort to keep PDT under control. I do not trust many Senators or XSenators. Most are Snakes IMHO.

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      • I think Sessions is a superb AG, but I don’t think he fully appreciated the level of corruption he was walking into or the political weaponization of the DOJ that had occurred under Obama.

        IF HE HAD, I don’t think he would have accepted the advice of the ethics office at face value and recused.

        Because let’s be perfectly honest – if Rosenstein were half the man Sessions is, he would never have acceded to the demands of Comey and his cabal to appoint Mueller special counsel.

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    • Stormyeyes says:

      DOJ ethics office. That’s an oxymoron!

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  20. Pyrran says:

    Someone need to mount their horse, draw their saber, and run Mueller and Rosenstein into the river!

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  21. Donzo says:

    Dersh has repeatedly explained away Hillary’s crimes against the state as politics as usual and above criminal prosecution. As far as I’m concerned he has already bitten the forbidden fruit and anything he says now is strictly CYA given the mountain of incriminating evidence against her.

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  22. NJF says:

    Wooooo-eeeeee Joe is fired up! Alan too. And both are absolutely right.

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  23. leon0112 says:

    I wonder how many of the redactions are from Huber versus Mueller versus CYA within FBI/DOJ.

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  24. Hillyard says:

    Joe D is the one worth listening to. He did that day or 2 with PDTs legal team last month. Now that Mueller has had to admit there was nothing between the Trump campaign and Russia, the key to stopping both Ros & Mueller is Sessions. Its way past time to end the Mueller scam. Rosinstien is going to look really bad when the indictments from Huber start falling

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  25. Marko says:

    I want to believe that things are going to start happening….but until I start seeing grand juries and indictments…I’m skeptical. The new US Attorney from Utah is “investigating”??? And has been doing so since November??? When are we going to start seeing indictments? What I’m afraid of is the delays that Sessoins has caused on this is going to result in a few people being charged and many others simply being removed from their jobs. I’m going to give this until the IG report comes out. After that I expect to see indictments and heads rolling (both) at FBI and DOJ.

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  26. Missing Andrew says:

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  27. Trump needs to Hire Dershowitz!
    Liberals would set themselves on fire.

    Manafort needs to Hire both of these or Greg Jarrett to
    turn out the lights for Mueller.

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  28. Li'l D in the Big D says:

    At 5:50 Dershowitz says: “The SC has the power to put him in front of the Grand Jury without a lawyer.”

    How is this possible if it is true that 1) the original appointment of the SC did not specify a crime as required by the statute governing same; 2) the many conflicts of interest between parties, and 3) the bogus and fraudulent FISA warrants?

    For these minimal reasons it seems to me that the SC has no power whatsoever.

    It seems to me that the SC is not operating on law but merely politics. Those behind the SC know they have the POTUS in a political box that prevents him from firing RR. But things, they are a changing, and quite rapidly.

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  29. Jane Smith says:

    I wonder if these long investigations, delays, and refusals to provide information are an attempt to run out the Statute of Limitations.
    Is there one on Uranium One? That deal would compromise Mueller.

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  30. Pat Childs says:

    The idea that Rosenstein and Mueller have concocted secret authorizations beyond Rosenstein’s powers are deeply troubling. The Manafort information should have been referred back to the DOJ as it did not involve the campaign.
    But did anyone catch this? This author is clearly inferring that Harry Reid was interviewed about his role in the dossier. I had assumed Reid and Obama colluded to put the info into the gossip stream as “leaks”. But here it is said Reid was used by Brennan to do such:
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/04/deep-state-john-brennan-lashes-out-at-trump-as-investigators-zero-in-on-his-shady-past/

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  31. Please says:

    This may be why RR (and RM)was given this position.

    He has to work under extreme scrutiny and his past will be brought out and any attempt at fudging things will be exposed. Plus, we get to keep an eye on him and he can make no move that isn’t observed and recorded.

    If he were free to move about and do mischief without being in the spotlight, he could do much more harm.

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  32. Binkser1 says:

    So, I’m assuming that this ends the Rosenstein black hat/white hat debate?

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  33. Another Scott says:

    Here’s a reason to shut down the Mueller probe forcefully. It is perfectly legal for a major news outlet like NBC, which has influence over millions of voters, to put out a misleading story like this:

    https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/nixon-s-decisions-during-watergate-may-help-us-understand-legal-ncna862821

    The headline for this “opinion” piece is “Nixon’s decisions during Watergate may help us understand the legal trouble Trump is in now”. The headline is all NBC needs – no one will bother to read the article they will just see “Legal Trouble Trump Is In Now” and “Watergate” and subconciously remember that. It’s pure evil. It’s perfectly legal. It’s what President Trump has been fighting since the day he took office.

    Yeah I know Sundance has pointed out that if Mueller was shut down the group would just shift back to political opposition research but at least that wouldn’t have the same veneer of legitimacy as a Special Council….

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  34. Paco Loco says:

    Let there be indictments before the Fourth of July! The Mueller investigation is a national disgrace and has gone on far too long. This attack on Trump by his own DoJ must end now and the dirty parties who have conspired for the last three years against him be charged, frog marched and jailed. End this witch hunt now and let Trump be President and remove this faux dark cloud of conspiracy.

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

    Good grief……..60 mph winds…….lost power, cable, phone, 4 shingles and two trees. That wasn’t bad, but when I got back into TCTH, it looks like I missed two weeks. That’s like being off your meds for a week.

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  36. David says:

    Joe Di G went OFF…Hannity and Dershowitz were like “wew lad…”

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  37. zooamerica says:

    If President Trump is not a “subject” in the investigation, then who is?

    Who is Mueller investigating?

    That’s the BIG question!

    I hope and pray to God that Mueller is investigating the people we all know were involved in paying for a bogus dossier from Russia.

    That only makes sense.

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  38. zooamerica says:

    What is so interesting is how the establishment media and the democrats have went out of their ways to practically give sainthood to Robert Mueller.

    Even though some MSM sources (Wall Street Journal) have called out Robert Mueller’s investigation as a “witch hunt,” the overall sentiment from the MSM is Mueller and his Godliness.

    Wouldn’t it be rich if Mueller and his team of democrat lawyers are investigating Hillary, Obama, the DNC, and whoever else helped them create the fake dossier that came from Russia with a $12 million price tag?

    What would the MSM say?

    “Oops.”

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  39. jello333 says:

    GREAT job by Joe. And Dersh was really good too (as he sometimes is). Oh, and Hannity kept his mouth shut a little more than usual. 😉

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  40. jello333 says:

    Why do we almost never see people like DiGenova on any of the other news channels? Don’t answer… that’s of course a rhetorical question. It’s because they’re AFRAID to have people like him on. But here’s a serious question: What if Joe (and others like him) came right out and ASKED to be interviewed on one of the other shows? It would, of course, be risky, but Joe (at least) could surely hold his own. So, what if he would ASK? Would they turn him down?

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