Alan Dershowitz and Joe diGenova Discuss James Comey, Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein…

Alan Dershowitz and Joe diGenova appeared tonight on Sean Hannity to discuss the ramifications to the political FBI raid on Michael Cohen’s office and residence along with the ongoing Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigation.  Additionally, they discussed fired FBI Director James Comey and current Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

Advertisements
This entry was posted in AG Jeff Sessions, Dept Of Justice, FBI, media bias, President Trump, THE BIG UGLY, Uncategorized, White House Coverup. Bookmark the permalink.

426 Responses to Alan Dershowitz and Joe diGenova Discuss James Comey, Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein…

  1. SPMI says:

    Hannity definitely wants to hear Dershowitz
    Constitutional approach in favor of our President.
    Having said that he was one of the horses asses who freed OJ Simpson. A heinous and unforgivable action in a clearly biased decision.
    Now Dershowitz states that mueller et al can manufacture crimes that don’t exist. Like the
    OJ Simpson trial did. He took the money.
    Pond scum.
    Joe DiGenova is a patriot and tells the unmitigated truth at all times. He is 100% correct on everything he says regarding the Presidency of Donald J Trump.
    Anyone who does not know this is a troll or worse.
    MAGA

    Liked by 8 people

    • SteveO87 says:

      Although DiGenova I think was wrong about his advice for Trump to take the 5th. Dershowitz did make the point that Mueller could immunize him and then compel answering of questions that could be used in an impeachment proceeding. So I disagree with what Dershowitz has done in the past, he is a smart guy.

      Liked by 3 people

      • G. Alistar says:

        I think perhaps this talk of taking the 5th and compelling answers etc., miss an important aspect of the Mueller/FBI raid of Cohen thus, violation of the attorney/client privileged. This is a desperate act to entice Mueller’s firing and the political uproar that ensues. I say desperate because even with the minor indictments, nothing remotely touches the POTUS and Russian collusion. Glad he did not take the bait.

        Like

      • G. Alistar says:

        I think perhaps this talk of taking the 5th and compelling answers etc., miss an important aspect of the Mueller/FBI raid of Cohen thus, violation of the attorney/client privileged. This is a desperate act to entice Mueller’s firing and the political uproar that ensues. I say desperate because even with the minor indictments, nothing remotely touches the POTUS and Russian collusion. Glad he did not take the bait.

        Liked by 1 person

      • thedoc00 says:

        You are absolutely correct. The rules of evidence do not (or will not) exist for the impeachment trial as well as in the two reports Mueller has already written and is now in process of fleshing out with “evidence” (i.e. that Trump colluded and “intended” to obstruct justice by firing Comey). Mueller will then write a third report that discusses his “suspicion” that Trump’s campaign was illegally funded.

        This is all about the impeachment trial and if he gets any scalps in court, that’s a bonus as well as further evidence supporting his reports by QED logic, everybody around Trump was corrupt therefore Trump is corrupt.

        Like

      • William F Buckley's Ghost says:

        Anything Trump said in the grand jury would be secret! Rule 6e of the Federal Code of Criminal Procedure.

        Like

    • rick says:

      Excuse me. Will you do me a favor and ratchet down the hyperbole. Preemptively calling people a troll or worse because they may not see eye to eye with you is tantamount to squelching their opinion and making others less inclined to share.

      This may be a good time to invite all posters to acquaint or reacquaint themselves with the e-mail guidelines.

      I do not want to be in a war of words here, let us be mindful we are on the same team and give allowance for open dialog. Thank you.

      Liked by 3 people

      • RLC2 says:

        +1 if someone needs to engage in that kind of infantile ego stroking, trolling, flame wars, and obvious obfuscation,
        there is always WAPO, PuffHo’s and NYT comment sections, or Breitbart comment forums, on the other side.

        There are few places on the innertubes where comments sections are useful, and I personally come here to learn something.

        IMHO the Guidelines for Comments at the center bottom of the header graphic is about the best on the web for reminding oneself how to conduct business here. I’ve been guilty in my passion of overstepping boundaries and try to do better, as you don’t win a rational debate by punching someone in the face.

        “Seek first to understand”

        https://theconservativetreehouse.com/guidelines-for-comments/

        Liked by 1 person

    • whoseyore says:

      I also heard in the last couple of days that Dershowitz was Epstein’s attorney (Lolitta Island) and he got him a very light sentence as well. I also heard the girl that has filed suit against Prince Andrew is also filing suit against Dershowirz. If this is true, someone should warn or president about taking his advice.

      Like

    • Me says:

      You mean he did his job as OJ’s attorney?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tim Godfrey says:

      If Hannity wants to hear what Dershowitz has to say why doe he interrupt him every time his tries to make a point. My father once told me “ never miss a good opportunity to shut up”. While I haven’t mastered it, I’m one hell of a lot closer to it then Hannity. I wonder what his rating would be if he learned to “listen”?

      Like

      • buckeyeman says:

        It’s because Hannity interrupts EVERYBODY, including himself. He can barely finish a sentence without stopping in the middle of it and going off on something else.

        Like

  2. Pat Frederick says:

    Hannity walked all over the end of Dershowitz’s explanation of taint teams…anyone know what he was referring to?
    and interestingly enough–before they got into the meat of the discussion, Dersh had the presence of mind to promote his new book…

    Liked by 2 people

    • bayoukiki says:

      Taint team are agents and US Attorneys assigned to comb through the documents to remove what is clearly protected by privilege. They are not the agents or attorneys actively working the case and there’s supposed to be a firewall between the taint team and those working the case

      Liked by 1 person

      • John Wilson says:

        If Cohen were to sue, couldn’t all the documents be thrown out as tainted fruit from the poisoned tree. No sifting and sorting and leaking.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Bugsdaddy says:

          No. The President would need to sue. He is the only one who could claim a violation of attorney- client privilege. The attorney is responsible only for keeping the information as secure as he possibly can. ultimately the client “owns” all the information.

          Liked by 2 people

          • MaineCoon says:

            My thoughts also on A-C privilege. POTUS has been harmed. Maybe Cohen might have a claim on Attorney Work Product Privilege? Without knowing why they raided his office, the basis for the SW, it’s hard to know what is really going on, imo.

            https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/attorney_work_product_privilege
            https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/Attorney_work_product

            Like

            • Blue Moon says:

              Has PT really been harmed yet? Does he know what papers were removed? Do they have incriminating information from that raid? My hubby said that Trump is very very smart and he would not be surprised if he had all his records removed from Cohen back when Manafort was raided. I tend to agree with him. IF they didn’t find any incriminating evidence in that raid-boy oh boy are they in deep $hit. JMO

              Like

              • Wee2low says:

                I think this angle may have some merit. Does anyone know if PDJT sent an attorney to NY to stop the release of any of the seized documents? I haven’t heard anything and I would think we would have by now if there was.

                If you’re right then what a trap! Mueller comes up with “dirt” on the Access Hollywood tape. A big WHAH, WHAH, WHAAAAAAHHHH…

                Like

                • piper567 says:

                  The President has a pretty competent legal team. I imagine whatever actions are required and allowed, they’ll have a handle on it.
                  That’s why he has this team.
                  He has other fish to fry.

                  Like

            • truthseeker39525 says:

              My gut tells me that Mueller’s gang raided President Trump’s attorney to gain access to ALL of his notes, attorney-client privilege be d@mned.
              Once they have any information damaging to Trump, it will be ‘leaked’ (that is what Mueller DOES- remember the Anthrax mess and the ‘leaks’ about Steven Hatfill and how it ruined him, and he turned out to be innocent?….. THAT was Mueller at work.) and… or…. it will be used to ‘inform’ and guide some other supposedly ‘legal’ tactic or investigation to ‘uncover’ the same information my a less-blatantly-illegal means.

              Meanwhile, my understanding is that Rosenstien (and I think Mueller) is (are) up to his (their) eyeballs in the ‘Uranium One’ scandal, and so are doing everything they can (with the media’s enthusiastic cooperation) to keep the attention focused AWAY from Uranium One.

              Of course, the alligator in the pond is Obama/Hildebeast’s series of crimes, from influence selling to pay-to-play, the deliberate ‘leaking’ (via HildeBeast’s deliberately unsecure email) of the President’s Daily Briefing (which I understand he shared electronically with something like 30 people in his inner circle- almost surely including the HildeBeast) , Benghazi, Fast & Furious, the murder of Seth Rich (who I believe was the REAL DNC source for the Wikileaks documents….. oh, the list is too long to even think about! My head hurts!

              Mr. President, I am FULLY behind you, and I support you COMPLETELY in your efforts to DRAIN the SWAMP!
              I LOVE hearing that ‘Glug-Glug-Glug’ sound and see all the varmints flopping around in the newly-exposed MUD!

              Like

        • Wade Coody says:

          Cohen has clients other than Trump. I’m not a lawyer but, given the animus of the skunks re viewing these files, priveleged information other than that of POTUS is at risk.

          Like

      • Pat Frederick says:

        thank you…now who makes sure these “teams” are forever relieved of their memories of what they saw that they really shouldn’t have seen?
        what do they sign or pledge to that they will never leak, or write a book over, or blackmail someone with??????

        Like

        • DanO64 says:

          They use this pen light thingy with a red laser that zaps their memory. Standard equipment.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Pat Frederick says:

            seriously! Hillary and/or her team was allowed to go through her emails as SOS to determine which were work related and which were “personal”…no taint team got to see those. Another example of different treatment for different folks. we are not all equal under the law are we?

            Liked by 4 people

            • FredMandy says:

              Equal treatment only comes when there is enforcement. You can’t blame people for going as far as they can to protect themselves when they can, you have to blame those who don’t push for the consequences. In this case, it seems Dems act against Reps but Reps just whine against Dems. In the case of Trump, Reps even side with the Dems.

              Liked by 1 person

            • truthseeker39525 says:

              I wonder….. IF the NSA scoops up and keeps ALL the emails that we ALL send….. would THEY not have them archived? Has anyone asked? Also, what about the big commercial data-vacuums (Google, etc)….. would any of THEM have a bunch of the HildeBeast emails? Could they be compelled to dredge them up and release them in investigators?
              Heck, President Trump joked about it, but it would not surprise me if BOTH the Russians and the Chinese had copies of EVERYTHING!

              Like

          • snellvillebob says:

            Those thingys are the leading cause of Alzheimer’s disease!

            Like

          • Chuck says:

            DanO64, nice Men In Black reference 🙂

            Like

          • Matthew LeBlanc says:

            Like in Men in Black? LOL

            Like

      • covfefe999 says:

        All it takes is one swamp dweller on that team to “leak” sensitive documents to the media. Once it’s out there the damage is done, it doesn’t matter if the leak was illegal.

        Liked by 2 people

        • trialbytruth says:

          Bigger problem started.the day the door opened. Nothing to stop the Media and the story sellers to the Media to offer unconfirmed stories from unconfirmed sources.

          Consider that a fake story plays better and you can’t sue them for leaking privilaged information. Deflemation of a politician is almost impossible.

          Like

    • guillermo maguire says:

      Taint teams…..talk about rationalization and spin….what if the taint team is tainted? Finally, the use of a taint team for stuff on Stormy is a target rich comedic situation.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Exactly. I can’t believe he snuffed Dershowitz right at that point. Earning his big salary I guess.

      Like

  3. Bulldog84 says:

    No need to panic. The raid on Cohen’s office reeks of desperation. Rosenstein is in this up to his eyeballs and his judgment has failed him. The end must be near.

    Liked by 5 people

    • I am praying for patience because I’m getting tired of the whole mess.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Retired USMC says:

      The raid on Cohen’s office was Mueller sacrificing his queen in order to buy time…it isn’t going to work. I believe that move just sealed the fate of the Communists in the fall…they will fail in their efforts to impeach.

      Liked by 4 people

    • I think you’re kidding yourself. Cohen apparently fudged the reason for the home equity loan, writing “home improvements” instead of “hush money for porn star.” For this they raid his home and his office and tell the media it’s “bank fraud” and “wire fraud.” This is what you’re up against.

      By the time the Civil Servants of the Democratic Party finish combing through the Trump-Cohen correspondence, they’ll have found enough ‘crimes’ to send both to prison for a thousand years. Cohen probably had improperly stored alkaline batteries in his garage. When the press gets it, it will be called Conspiracy to Despoil the Earth.

      Two things keep Trump in office: the ruling by the DOJ Office of Legal Counsel that a sitting president cannot be indicted (which Rosenstein is probably already working to get changed), and the fact that whatever GOP Senators are still left after the 2018 election will be the ones whose constituents are the strongest Trump supporters.

      Although a series of big ugly indictments of Lynch, Comey, and McCabe would go a long way towards helping.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Steve says:

        There’s actually THREE things that keep DJT in office. The third being the anger of 60+ Americans who voted him in. If the Deep State dems think that getting rid of Trump will return things to “normal” (i.e. SNAFU), they are immensely naive.

        Liked by 3 people

      • spren says:

        When you take out a home equity loan, you don’t have to tell the bank why you are doing so. I have done several of these loans for differing purposes and all the bank was concerned with was being repaid.

        Like

        • Mary Ann Miller says:

          I took out a home equity loan from one bank and used the money to pay off my small mortgage at another bank. I did this because the home equity loan was at a much low interest rate. Never asked for what I was using the home equity loan.

          Liked by 1 person

      • Kintbury54 says:

        I didn’t have to give a reason for my home equity loan to the best of my recollection. I could use the money for whatever I wanted. Pay of loans, buy a car, do home improvements, gift it. I don’t believe this for a moment. It was just an excuse.

        Liked by 1 person

    • MsB says:

      I hope you are right Bulldog 84. Anyone who thinks Rosenstein is in anyway on the side of our President is delusional. The carte blanch authority Rosey gave to Mueller says it all. If the raid on Trump’s personal lawyer goes unpunished, the rule of law is in much more trouble than I imagined. God Bless PDJT, his family, and his allies.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Donzo says:

        Unless Trump already removed the files in which case Mueller would come up empty-handed and look exactly like the brownshirt that he is. And, no, I don’t buy the idea he actually works for Trump.

        Like

  4. JAS says:

    Rosenstein recuses, if not, Fired. Fire his deputy. Demote Sessions to Deputy AG. Place DiGenova as the new AG.

    Watch the snowflakes melt 🙂 .

    Liked by 2 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Remember DiGenova was going to be part of Trump’s legal team but he had to back out for some reason? Is it possible he’s being considered for the AG spot to replace Sessions?? Because even Dershowitz said it as a joke in the second part of the Hannity interview later in the show. But many a true word is spoken in jest, you know.

      Liked by 3 people

    • benifranlkin says:

      “Fire his deputy”
      This is my post on previous page (Jehosaphat is correct spelling):
      Jumpin Jehosafat…O’Callaghan is Southern District in NY…where Berman was recused and yes, where thug Andy Weissman is…one of the guys who commandeered the Cohen raid. Rosenstein will recuse but his deputy is left to keep the thuggery going..all under Sessions’ nose.

      P.S. This is really all Sessions’ fault…in particular his weakness. The inmates are running the asylum right under his nose, right under his feet and right over his head.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Notmeagain says:

      DiGenova’s wife represents the whistleblower witness in Uranium 1. He would have to recuse himself from all things related to Hillary, and since that’s pretty much everything, he wouldn’t be a very effective AG no matter how good he looks on Hannity.

      Liked by 3 people

  5. k4jjj says:

    This coup against the President must be put down. These crooks in Justice and the FBI MUST be prosecuted and imprisoned. If you think about it, what happens to the nation if these criminals succeed? No rule of law. No constitution. It will be about muscle and tyranny.

    It is in the hands of a few strong patriots to stop this or there will surely be a civil war. We cannot have crooked lawyers and vicious bureaucrats defying the will of the voters and still expect a secure future.

    We have no peaceful route back without giving these crooks the punishment they deserve. We have left the world of law unless these scoundrels are held to account and imprisoned.

    The United States government has become completely detached from accountability and morality by far too many who believe the ends justify the means. Such a government descends into ruthless and unending retribution against political enemies. We are seeing this right in front of our eyes.

    Liked by 9 people

    • DanO64 says:

      Justice will be served by this President, you can be sure of it. Surprisingly to many, it will be through AG Sessions. Just say N.

      Liked by 1 person

      • MaineCoon says:

        Could happen. I like all Sessions has done, but it’s what hasn’t been done that is creating terrible mess.

        Cohen and others are targeted ONLY because they supported Trump. This continued politicization of the DoJ/FBI is making it no different than under Zero — be it under Mueller, U.S.D.C So. D. N. Y., etc. — all of which are under the auspices of DoJ.

        The Cohen raid has stepped over many lines, not just of Attorney-Client/Work-Product Privileges, imo, but the Constitutional rights of the President of the U.S., not just in that capacity, but more in his capacity as a citizen of USA, just like us.

        Liked by 1 person

        • truthseeker39525 says:

          “The Cohen raid has stepped over many lines, not just of Attorney-Client/Work-Product Privileges, imo, but the Constitutional rights of the President of the U.S.”……. Doing almost precisely the same thing is where the HildeBeast got her start….. My understanding is that she tried to do some underhanded stuff to deny Richard Nixon some of his constitutional rights…… and when she got caught, she got KICKED OFF the Watergate investigator’s team as a result.

          Like

    • Marko says:

      K4jjj, well said. This action is destroying the Presidency regadless if they ultimately find anything. I’m simply amazed that Trump is able to persevere under these outrageous conditions and govern. We, as citizens who voted for Trump are having our vote nullified by this outrageous effort to destroy Trump. I am sick from watching this day by day as Jeff Sessions hides in his safe space and does nothing. Can anyone get to him and kick him in the ass and ask him what the hell he is doing?

      Liked by 3 people

    • snellvillebob says:

      I hope in the middle of Wray and Rothenstein’s treason trials that we raid their lawyers offices and homes at 3 am.

      Like

    • Trump Train says:

      There are 2 ways to doing this. A competent AG and Justice Department that works on the behalf of the American Citizens treating people equally under the law ( I am about to give up on this) or through the use of force by a citizen militia. Not trial, no arrest only hunt and slaughter these traitors in the street.

      Its clearly becoming the more likely scenario. That is not how this country is supposed to work. One of the many things separating us from most other countries is free and fair elections which as seen in the last election and the traitor uprising against Trump in the government and congress is in danger of disappearing. There are 2 ways to effect change, the ballot box and the bullet.

      We as American Citizens expect the first but have to be prepared for the 2nd which is exactly why the gun grabbers keep trying to take away our 2nd Amendment rights.

      We as American Citizens expect to be represented by our elected representatives and live under the rule of law which both are being put at high risk due to the actions of these traitors.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Pyrran says:

        It’s happened before. It will happen again.
        History is full of autocratic rulers who bar any redress of grievances by their citizens. They bend or ignore or pervert the rules. It’s like tieing down the safety valve on a boiler and then raising the steam pressure. Eventually there will be an explosion. If the people are not allowed to have any justice by the rules, then eventually the rule book is tossed in the trash and the winners are the guys with the best aim.

        Like

        • Boots says:

          While a militia uprising may sound appealing as a response to the current coup d’etat in effect against the man millions of us voted for, the reality is that unless there exists communication and coordination between militias in the 50 states, there doesn’t exist the control and command structure necessary to fight efficiently and effectively enough to win.

          And of those 60, 80, or even 100 million gun owners, less than 100,000 – maybe less than 10,000 or even less than 1,000 – would ever fire in anger. All the others will be too law abiding, too afraid of being arrested and losing their home, their boat, their gun collection, their retirement house on the lake…..and a thousand other material goods they worked all their lives for.

          “I gotta kid in college. I can’t get arrested!”
          “I’m gonna retire in 8 months. I can’t get arrested!”
          “I just bought lake property to build my summer home. I can’t get arrested!”
          “I just got promoted and I’m making ($Xk/year). I can’t get arrested!”
          “My elderly mother’s in a nursing home. I can’t get arrested!”
          “I’m not gonna get raped in prison. I’ll surrender the damned guns instead!”

          And remember too, that Obama purged the military of true hero’s and replaced them with compliant yes men. Also, and I know many will disagree vehemently, but the US military *will* fire on Americans. Not *all* of them, but enough will be threatened with courts martial and told the order to fire on Americans is legal because those Americans are violating federal law by trying to overthrow the government.

          American troops fired on ex-GI’s in the Bonus Army March. Natl Guardsman fired on college students at Kent State. Military was at Ruby Ridge. Delta at Waco. See Gerry Boykin’s book Never Surrender. Boykin admits Janet Reno asked him to send advisors to Waco. Boykin writes that that’s all he did. Davidian survivors recall armed troops jumping off APC’s at the back of the burning dining hall and firing full auto into the fleeing Davidians. Dr. David Allard, the US Army’s chief scientist at the Army’s Night Vision Laboratory watched FLIR footage of that attack and in a 15 minute point by point discourse showed the candle flame shaped, horizontal flashes of light were heat signatures of M16 full auto fire.

          Natl Guardsmen disarmed citizens after Katrina. Watch the vids on the NRA site.

          Do *not* be lulled into false security. Military will fire on you. Not all military will fire, but it only takes one to take you out.

          The time for planning and putting in place the civilian means to raise another shooting war for independence is gone and lost forever. Militias should’ve been forming a national network starting in 1940s after WWII or at least in the 1950s after Korea. Instead, a compliant citizenry, dutifully distracted by toys and TV as the master plan of the communists in the media and government, abdicated their civic responsibilities to stay informed, involved and to vote. This, in part, allowed the current police state to develop into what it is today: a private government army who views us as the enemy, to be conquered by any means necessary and darned sure that means lethal force.

          When the time comes to fight or flee, *most* American gun owners will for the first time face the fact that fighting could mean prison for the rest of their lives. Or worse yet, a crippling wound in battle would mean they’re paraplegic or cripple in prison; easy prey for the animals that rule the roost there. And at that very moment, when that gun owner realizes this ain’t no internet BS fantasy, it’s real and he either fights or surrenders, at that moment he’ll not only surrender, he’ll gladly turn his guns in just so he can keep the material ‘treasures’ he worked and slaved his whole life to get. And at that moment he’s kneeled before his masters and conquerors and lifted his wrists for the invisible cuffs that will make him a subject and take away his citizenship forever.

          You can’t fight that kind of army. Not alone. But God can. The best force to use against the dark evil deeply embedded in the very fibers, flesh, and sinews of our government is to………………pray. Because the enemy is bigger than we are. And He will if His people lift up their voices with their whole heart, soul, and mind, and cry out to Him for forgiveness of our national sins, and ask Him to restore our hearts, minds, and souls to Him, and to heal our nation of it’s idolotry, murder, and perversion……and to raise His mighty right arm and bring it crashing down on the cabal of communist snakes trying to tear PDJT and America limb from limb, collateral damage be damned.

          Like

  6. covfefe999 says:

    At this point I’m beginning to think it’s like a WTC on 9/11 kind of choice. Do you jump out of a window or stay and be burned up. I’m afraid the stupid GOP voters (not all GOP voters, just the myopic ones) will not see the importance of keeping the majority in the House and Senate No matter what Trump does, if he behaves like a saint or goes full kamikaze, there will be an impeachment. It’s time for drastic measures. Mueller and Rosenstein need to go NOW before any more damage is done. And if Sessions won’t pull up his big boy pants and get rid of Rosenstein then Trump will need to do it. Many of us have been worried about the repercussions if Trump continues to fire people. I think at this point it doesn’t matter any more. The Dems are going to continue to attack him mercilessly, Rosenstein and Mueller are going to continue to terrorize anyone who has worked with him, the crooks are going to continue to get away with their crimes. That’s how I feel about it at least. I am not an attorney or a Constitution scholar. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • ablefox says:

      Looks like they are going after anyone close to Trump any way they can to me.

      Like

    • To me, the main point that you make is what I’ve been thinking all along, namely, that whatever Trump does or doesn’t do, if he were to find a cure for cancer or something of that magnitude, the Satanic Lib/Dem/Commie/MSM scumbags would continue their relentless war on him.
      Right now our President is the only thing standing between we Patriots and a full blown takeover of our country by the forces of evil.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Longknife 21 says:

        They have to continue, because they ARE COMMITTED to “a full blown takeover of our country by the forces of evil.”
        And “By Marx and his prophet Alinsky” they are not going to give up the Powers usurped by The Won without a fight!

        Like

        • Donzo says:

          That takeover you refer to was called the Obama Administration. The Big Ugly will usher in the next phase by purging the beaurocracy. That will pave the way for Trump to revamp the Republican Party as many Repubs will be caught in the Uniparty takedown or better yet to create a new political party, my preferred choice.

          Like

    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      999, I agree completely with your assessment. In the next 4 to 6 weeks President Trump is going to have to start firing these rotten apples at DOJ and FBI. These people are desperate for him to fire Mueller. If this Cohen travesty does not work, it will be a family member next. Probably Kushner but I would not rule out them raiding Tiffany at this point. They cannot possibly hate Trump and his supporters more than they already do. If Sessions fails, Trump will have to act. If that comes to pass, the faux outrage generated by the MSM will be so intense the President will probably have to address the nation. He will need all our support.

      Like

    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Meghan McCain tells us yesterday we will rue the day PDJT ran off the likes of Ryan, Flake, etc. These GOP pundits / voters are delusional and partly the cause of the terrible state we are in. If these GOP idiots hadn’t gotten us into 30 years of war, mass surveillance, and 20 million illegals we’d be a much better country. Having only the left to fight would be swell. Not some greedy globalists at the same time.

      Like

  7. DanO64 says:

    Going on record to peach’4Dfi is a losing proposition. VSG President Trump is gaining everyday even in the Fake polls. 110% behind the boss since day 1.

    Like

    • JC says:

      Agree 100%, DanO64. Accusations and other distractions from MSN lies, weaponized FBI and DOJ, massive influxes of money from globalist conspirators and obstructions from Congress notwithstanding, enormous progress has been made and multiple campaign promises have been kept on a daily basis by President Trump and his outstanding administration. It boggles the mind how our country would prosper if even a few of these obstacles were removed. Our President prevails for America against all odds. Stunning.

      Like

  8. dawg says:

    Somebody help me out here. Wouldn’t Cohen be literally the LAST person on earth to possess any sort of incriminating evidence on him or Trump? Wouldn’t he have destroyed that? And couldn’t any electronic communications between him and Trump or anyone else be obtained without seizing Cohen’s physical phone or computers? What would the FBI think they could obtain from a raid of his home/office?

    Liked by 1 person

    • ablefox says:

      Would have to see the affidavit on the warrant.

      Like

    • J. Wilkes Boothe says:

      ” What would the FBI think they could obtain from a raid of his home/office?” Publicly tainting the sitting president, of course. Much like having your picture appear in the local paper over a domestic violence charge lodged by a vindictive spouse, even if you are completely innocent, a lot of your neighbors will find you guilty long before you have your day in court. This is political theatre by a group of legal hit men who are desperate to find *something, anything* to justify the witch hunt.

      Liked by 2 people

      • ablefox says:

        To get the warrant an FBI agent had to swear to probable cause he/she would obtain evidence of a crime from the raid. Lawyers representing crooks have lots of this evidence but it is privileged so they can protect the defendants rights through every stage of the process. Rosey is a dirty bird. Sessions should never have allowed this to happen. Raiding Trumps lawyers office should be the last straw, Not only Rosey should be fired but many more in DOJ til an honest one is in the order.

        Like

    • RLC2 says:

      Remember the saying that you can prosecute a ham sandwich? Or find the man and I will show you the crime. Even if its a setup for a process crime, like the felony of “lying to a federal agent” (see Scooter Libby, Martha Stewart, Mike Flynn) dirty cops and prosecutors will use that to attempt to “turn” a knowledgeable insider against the real target. This is the same playbook used by cops and prosecutors against gangs, white collar crime, its just business in the underbelly of law enforcement.

      Cohen has been with Trump for a long time, so the hope is they will find something on Cohen, to pressure him to give up something on Trump. With his international dealings there is going be something they can hang on him or his family.

      If they have to go back 10 years and enlist their media allies to blather on for two weeks about a stripper in a consensual adult transaction, its pretty obvious there is no there, there on Muh Russia, so now they are looking for the blue dress.

      Like

  9. bhruska123 says:

    I honestly think Trump is allowing them to overstep into obviously unreasonable territory. This gets BOTH the right and the left to scream for justice. His advantage is simple: HE’S DONE NOTHING WRONG.

    Their efforts will turn up nothing meaningful on Trump. But the swamp will be exposed. In the end, the truth will prevail.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ablefox says:

      His friends and associates are paying a heavy price in the meanwhile.

      Liked by 3 people

      • graphiclucidity says:

        Trump likes “Killers”, because he likes to win.

        His first killer was Roy Cohn, who introduced him to winning in the hardball New York politics that Trump had to navigate in order to succeed in Manhattan.

        Cohn introduced Trump to killer Roger Stone who eventually introduced him to killer Paul Manafort.

        Michael Cohen is a killer who probably reminded Trump of Cohn.

        Felix Slater is a killer.
        Mike Flynn is a killer.
        Steve Bannon is a killer.
        Trump surrounds himself with them, just like most politicians, high level bureaucrats, and CEOs.

        While all those killers helped Trump, immensely, to perform certain tasks and objectives, they all carried black marks on their records and dealings which have turned out to have been a double-edged sword and made Trump guilty by association in the eyes of his enemies, and Trump has made many enemies through the decades.

        But all of his Killers are no Angels and they are now paying the price for their own actions which Trump had very little or nothing to do with.

        I’m positive that if the killers in legal jeopardy remain loyal, Trump gets out of this mess unscathed, and once the smoke clears, they’ll all be pardoned.

        Like

      • iwasthere says:

        Yep, Mueller is driving them into financial and ruining reputation. What should have been a nice feather in Cohen’s cap as a lawyer – I was Trumps personal lawyer for many years – has been turned radioactive.

        Like

  10. Legionofone says:

    My pet theory, you understand:

    What do Obama, Hillary, DOJ/FBI, and former Obama admin officials really fear?

    An effective special prosecutor investigating them. If a serious investigation is conducted, many of them will die in federal prison.

    What to do? What to do?

    Get a special prosecutor appointed to investigate Trump. The best defense is a good offense after all.

    But, what if they can’t get Trump on anything?

    What if, Mueller so abuses the special prosecutor’s role the he discredits the whole concept of a special prosecutor?

    Would that protect Hillary, Obama, et al from what they fear most?

    Thoughts?

    Liked by 1 person

    • beach lover says:

      could be.. but as someone pointed out the other day.. we are in the mind set anymore that the only way to prosecute someone is though a SC. This is ridiculous. We have laws and means to do it, no matter who you are. We just need a working and nonpolitical Judicial system. The Special Pros. role is taking on too much power, IMHO.

      Liked by 1 person

    • My thoughts are that the Devils fear nothing. They have literally gotten away with murder and bragged about it. They feel they are invincible. Hopefully this will eventually work in our favor.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Donzo says:

        They fear having the tables turned on them. And they know that Trump will prevail unless they cut the head off. I would not be at all surprised to find Mueller indicted along with the other black hats. They know what’s coming.

        Like

    • Mr. Florida Sunshine says:

      Very interesting. This is one angle I have not yet pondered. In chaos there is profit, to which, an unintended circumstance of the Mueller Special Prosecution may very well be the discrediting of this whole process. This is all truly Theater of the Mind, Machiavellian and Orwellian in nature.

      I have no doubt that President Trump is executing a complex and finely detailed plan that is slowly exposing the corruption of the Obama Administration, The Clintons, the DOJ, the FBI. and the media to the American People and the World.

      We on the Right are already aware of this corruption and incompetence. The Left is bleeding out for everyone to see by revealing their true nature. People are changing their opinions on PDJT and quietly turning away from the left and pivoting to the Trumpster.

      Good always prevails but it takes time, why, because the Truth when surrounded by and barricade with lies never has to unravel or be torn down. It is the lies fueled by deception and nurtured by corruption that does not have the strength to withstand scrutiny. The truth never has to fear this as it speaks for itself.

      Be patient my friends, the Left is trying every play they know and it is not working. Good will prevail!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Longknife 21 says:

        Good point! And what’s worse, is with all this exposure and back and forth, by the time the Indictments are issued, all the evidence will be “ho-hum boring” instead of “shocking”. Because it will have been beaten to death on the TV and Internet for 2 years. Or more.
        Look at Hillary, No one is shocked by Hillary’s “arguably TREASONOUS” Email lack of security anymore. A Huge violation of National Security by a Sec State… reduced to “jay-walking” or a parking ticket?

        Liked by 1 person

        • Longknife- I think you are right about the over exposure of all the evidence of colossal wrongdoing of the Left/ Lib/ Commie/ Dems and their cohorts in the MSM and elsewhere.

          This is one of the problems we have with the 24/7 news cycle that we all seem to be on. Our brains get so addicted to the dopamine rush that we want more, more, more all the time. And it’s out there in one form or another.

          Meanwhile, for the average non-informed citizen, the vast majority of our fellows who have never read or been exposed to the CTH or any other right leaning media, the latest atrocity becomes just another momentary rush, soon to become more of the “same old same old.”

          Like

  11. Bob Thoms says:

    David Kendall, Hillary’s attorney on the email scandals, was given national security documents. He had them in his office and on his computer. David Kendall (and his legal team) did not have clearances for those national secrets.

    Why didn’t the FBI raid David Kendall’s office to seize the classified information and remove it from all office computers and files?

    Liked by 1 person

  12. rhinOC says:

    Jeff Sessions is more cut from the same cloth as Mueller, Rosenstein and Comey than Trump. I firmly believe Sessions would be glad to see Trump go away and the sooner the better. He would love to have a “real” president like Pence, or Jeb or Rubio or hey Kasich would be great in his mind. This idea that he is a crafty silent Wizard may be true, but I think it’s ridiculous to believe that. He’s running out the clock either accidentally or more likely by design. If he turns out to be a hero, no one will be happier about it than myself. The Founding Fathers never imagined so much corruption in our government and don’t seem to have left us the proper tools. Well, there is one…..the 2nd amendment.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ablefox says:

      One of his colleagues so they can have consensual bipartisanship?

      Like

    • Sneaky Pete says:

      “The Founding Fathers never imagined so much corruption in our government and don’t seem to have left us the proper tools. Well, there is one…..the 2nd amendment.”

      Well you can’t change human nature. I think they certainly did imagine it. Our generation has no monopoly on evil. And they gave us a bunch of tools, but no guarantees. Separation of powers, Bill of Rights, 4th Estate, the People. The fact that so many of us are dissipated and commies and cowards isn’t the Founders’ fault. If we fail now, there’s only one place to lay the blame–on ourselves. Each generation is responsible for itself imo.

      Liked by 2 people

      • CB says:

        Agree. And this business of worrying about the mid-terms is fool-hardy.
        We have corruption that needs to be dealt with here and now. Or we don’t really have anything to work with. It’s DC vs the Heartland. They are angry at the public for putting Trump in their criminal laps.

        Like

  13. waicool says:

    i now know what an “in terrorem” grand jury is

    Liked by 1 person

  14. B Hyman says:

    “TAINT” I learned at a very young age what that was – every young man should!

    Like

  15. 1LanternInTheWindow says:

    One cent plus one cent equals my two cents worth. Trump should fire Sessions now. Replace with competent AG. It is my understanding good candidates he could choose are already confirmed. Instruct new AG to fire Mueller, Rosey and anyone deemed to be an Obama hold over, all the way to the basement if needed and start anew. Talking heads advise this would be political suicide, what the hay, if Trump doesn’t act now there will be no political too suicide, only a dictator will be left standing. The longer this charade with “Ole Redbone Coonhound Mueller” continues the more likely it becomes the Left will win. Strike while the Iron is hot. Burn down the FBI and the DOJ and raze a new organization from the ashes. There, I feel better now, and you can keep the change.

    Liked by 1 person

    • dawg says:

      I have to disagree. I think Trump should let this whole thing suicide itself, which it will, in time and you will suffer no political damage in the process. Almost like if you ignore it, it will go away. The only thing Trump should contemplate doing is a strategic pardon here or there.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Longknife 21 says:

        I tend to agree with you. But like riding a tiger, the getting off might be a problem, unless you can ride him to complete exhaustion.
        Rosey needs to go if they can PROVE something on him. Mueller shouldn’t be fired unless there is an indictment against him. And there should be before this is over. The crimes are there, just putting it all together. When the Hillary/Obama trials start, it will all come out.
        THAT is what they all fear.

        Liked by 2 people

  16. jack says:

    Jeff Sessions made 2 big mistakes , not telling the President ahead of time that he was going to recuse himself from Russia thing, and not firing Rosenstein when Rosenstein expanded what Mueller could do beyond the Russian Thing.

    Session should have stated I’m just recusing myself for the Russia Thing, so investigate JUST THE RUSSIA THING!

    Why didn’t RED FLAGS go off for the Treehouse the second Sessions did that.

    Rosenstein saying Mueller can investigate anything dealing with Trump and then Sessions staying SILENT about the expanded probe should have given everybody a bad feeling about Sessions. Why didn’t it?

    Trump has made it plain as day, Sessions stabbed him in the back, and keeps twisting the knife.

    And up to now after the damage is done by Rosenstein, Sessions has still stayed SILENT! Not sure if Joe diGenova’s comments about Sessions last night will have an effect on the Treehouse or Sessions. I guess we will have to see.

    I back Trump 100 percent! I would have backed Sessions if Sessions backed Trump 100 percent and had been honest with him about recusal.

    Liked by 2 people

    • A hella-dumb take on the Sessions recusal comes from Breitbart News’ Alex Marlowe. He says “Of course Sessions recused, he HAD to recuse, if he hadn’t there was no way he would’ve been confirmed by the Senate.” And then he follows up that brilliance with “I don’t know why nobody is saying this but me.”

      BECAUSE IT’S WRONG AND COMPLETE NONSENSE.

      Loretta Lynch was confirmed by the Senate even after she blatantly refused to pledge impartiality with regard to enforcing the law.

      I truly think Jeff Sessions’ recusal was a critical unforced error. I don’t think he truly understood the politicization that had occurred at the DOJ, or that he needed to be not only an upstanding ethical Attorney General but also a political infighter to defend the President from the corrupt Deep State/Obama holdovers within DOJ. Sadly, he recused and left the President wide open with an undefended flank.

      Sessions if fighting an uphill battle that never should have been necessary – trying to take down the conspirators before they succeed in taking down the President. It’s a race, and it’s not clear who will win it.

      The image of Sessions last year, with Rosenstein at his side, announcing his campaign against MS-13: Playing cops and robbers, while the Constitution burns … maddening.

      Liked by 2 people

  17. Jacaranda11816 says:

    So grateful to Dershowitz for this display of conscience and character. Just moments ago on Fox he called out the ACLU for their shocking and hypocritical ENDORSEMENT of the raid. I appreciate his resolve in publicly taking on his fellow dems/libs in this way.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Oldskool says:

    Lately Dershowitz has been on practically all the Faux News shows. When is someone going to ask him about his travels to Epstein’s Pedo Island aboard the Lolita Express with his buddy Bill Clinton? Unlikely he was conducting seminars on constitutional law.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. When Rosenstein is fired (or recused), and an impartial US Attorney takes charge of the Mueller probe, the Mueller probe will end very quickly thereafter.

    Furthermore, Session (or the impartial US Attorney who takes over the SC from Rosenstein) should immediately quash the Cohen investigation and order all seized materials returned forthwith.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    Byron York makes sense as well. Do not fire Mueller! He is nothing more than a flunky himself, working for the Deep State. He will simply be replaced by another toad. If you have to fire Sessions then replace him with someone who is not a coward. A new AG can begin an investigation into Mueller and also fire Rosenstein. Possibly Wray as well? All I really believe at this point is that the firing of McCabe was the equivalent of the attack on Fort Sumtner. A skirmish that got the ball rolling. The rule of law must somehow maintain momentum in this conflict! If President Trump doesn’t have people with the guts to attack these criminals, he will have to find some new employees damn soon.

    Like

    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      I’ve considered these angles non stop for weeks and gave up reading tea leaves. I now look for concrete signs of progress / defeat. The firing of McCabe I saw as an actual shot not a typical DC BS move. In past McCabe would have his name drag through mud yet magically retire with benefits. A year later some deep state Op Ed would show up defending him and he’d be on a cable news show as a pundit making millions. Now he is a fired disgraced dirty cop. With a loser crooked wife crying in CIA post about meany Trump. BIG CHANGE. Hiring Ezra to work with Sessions was another one. His is not a name that the deep state isn’t flipping out over at this very moment. So like you McCabe firing in my opinion was the first bullet loosed by our side. Deep state felt it.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Stalin shot his Generals. This town wrung its hands over McCabe’s relinquished pension. Are we in the real,m of the real yet?

        Like

        • Matthew LeBlanc says:

          The day I want to live in a parallel universe where Stalin’s actions make the standard, i’ll harry carry myself. Millions of Orthodox Christians died at his hands and his legacy still haunts the Russian Church. Go have fun day dreaming about killing people and hanging them or whatever. I’ll stay on my side of the lawn.

          Like

      • Sneaky Pete says:

        Just to set the record straight, McCabe will still retire with full benefits. The only thing that changed due to his firing wrt to retirement is that he cannot retire early, at 50. Instead, he’ll have to wait until full retirement age. And, I think he just got a half million or so from political supporters on the Left in his GoFundMe account so he’s still quite ahead. No real punishment yet!

        https://www.forbes.com/sites/ebauer/2018/03/17/no-andrew-mccabe-isnt-losing-his-pension/#6836ea0236de

        Like

  21. Sid Farkiss says:

    Conjecture up to the eyeballs. The only effective stop to all of this will be Huber indictments of Mueller and Rosenstein for U1, possibly more. Hate to say it, but Huber is where we all hang in the balance.

    Like

  22. RLC2 says:

    This seems like the most appropriate article to drop this in-
    “In an exclusive interview with Bill O’Reilly, former White House Special Counsel to President Bill Clinton, Lanny Davis, reveals he shared never-before-seen documents with Inspector General Horowitz showing the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email usage was ‘botched.’:

    “I was interviewed by the Inspector General. I have only told one reporter that and it was never written. This is my first time to say that I was interviewed after, I, making a phone call and researching my book, that I consider James Comey to have acted unethically and he should have been fired by Barack Obama and Loretta Lynch because he violated Justice Department policies.”

    h/t Gateway Pundit, which does the best job of scraping up latest news by video- the emerging delivery preferred by Millenials:

    Clinton Lawyer Turned Over Never-Before-Seen Documents To Inspector General Showing Hillary Email Probe Was ‘Botched’ (VIDEO)

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/04/clinton-lawyer-turned-over-never-before-seen-documents-to-inspector-general-showing-hillary-email-probe-was-botched-video/

    Like

  23. HickTick says:

    Bruce Ohr has been grilled over a dozen times we know of , ,I am sure his wife likewise , His office was down the hall from Rosey and he was neck deep in the dossier ., His wife Nellie was at CIA before she was moved to Fusion ., I am sure they told the IG and a prosecutor stuff about this whole Conspiracy all the way to Zero ., I bet Ohr told stuff we don’t even know about . Takes time to set all these cases but I hope they hurry .

    Like

  24. Zippy says:

    Just as Ken Starr’s investigation of the Whitewater scandal, the White House FBI files controversy, and the White House travel office controversy led to the impeachment of President Clinton ONLY for getting a BJ in the Oval Office and lying about it, they WILL get Trump on something and they WILL then impeach him! Clinton only had the Republicans after him. Trump has the entire swamp after him.

    When an INDIVIDUAL is targeted rather than a specific CRIME, ANYONE can be found to be a felon!:

    Felonies A Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent (2011)

    “The average professional in this country wakes up in the morning, goes to work, comes home, eats dinner, and then goes to sleep, unaware that he or she has likely committed several federal crimes that day. In Three Felonies a Day, Harvey A. Silverglate reveals how federal criminal laws have become dangerously disconnected from the English common law tradition and how prosecutors can pin arguable federal crimes on any one of us, for even the most seemingly innocuous behavior. The volume of federal crimes in recent decades has increased well beyond the statute books and into the morass of the Code of Federal Regulations, handing federal prosecutors an additional trove of vague and exceedingly complex and technical prohibitions to stick on their hapless targets. The dangers spelled out in Three Felonies a Day do not apply solely to “white collar criminals,” state and local politicians, and professionals. No social class or profession is safe from this troubling form of social control by the executive branch, and nothing less than the integrity of our constitutional democracy hangs in the balance.”

    Trump would be far better off firing Rosenstein and, possibly, Mueller right now. That’s something he can LEGALLY do no matter what they claim are his intentions. Any challenge to a president’s LEGAL actions based upon others merely second guessing his MOTIVES for that legal action will be laughed out of the SCOTUS. This is much better than waiting until they find something he’s done in the past which he could NOT legally do.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Lurker2 says:

      This is why he should stop cooperating with Mueller. Mueller is looking for something, anything, to charge him with. He’s not investigating Russia collusion. Simple perjury about some related issue works for him.

      Sessions should fire Rosenstein. And if Sessions doesn’t do it, then Trump should fire Sessions, bring someone like Di Genova into that spot, and let the new AG drain the DOJ swamp.

      Liked by 1 person

      • G. Combs says:

        NO!

        What Sessions could do is MOVE Rosenstink to some place harmless like AG of Antarctica and then put in Di Genova as an interm DAG for the 200 days allowed.

        Since Rosenstink is stalling Congress and had to be threatened with impeachment, he now has a reason to demote Rosenstink.

        Like

  25. G. Combs says:

    After Admiral Rogers warned President Trump that Obummer was spying on him, I very much doubt that there is ANYTHING remotely usable against President Trump in existence anywhere.

    Another Treeper mentioned that General Flynn and Mad Dog Matis recruited Trump to run for president back in 2014. I can not believe they did not make sure President Trump was squeeky clean. Otherwise anything useable would have been used to make sure Hitlery was president not Trump.

    This raid on Cohen was a last desperate try at getting ANYTHING useable and to goad President Trump into doing something out of anger that they could use.

    I also think they are fishing for Sater===> Cohen====> Trump information since Sater, a CIA/FBI asset, was used to try and trick President Trump into making contact with Putin or his agents.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Delibero says:

    The mostly tepid reaction or even jubilant support for the despicable Mueller-Weismann raid on a sitting President’s personal lawyer is another hint that too many Americans don’t care what happens to their country. Open borders, sanctuaries for criminal illegal aliens, a disregard for attorney client privilege even for a sitting President and on and on are no big deal at all or they even believe this is progress.

    Of course those that voted for Trump definitely care (or did) and so do a few on the left like Dersh. Mueller and Weismann are acting like unrestrained out of control terrorists that are free to abuse the law as long as it aids the fight to depose Trump. How can Sessions sleep a wink at night for not informing Trump that he will recuse himself the day after he’s confirmed and for being a “bump on a log” when Rosenstein gives Mueller a steady green light to search endlessly for crimes or a hint of a crime to destroy Trump.

    Joe is 100% correct when he says the team of Mueller-Weismann are Terrorists because raiding someone’s home sanctuary in the wee hours of the morning and then threatening them with a grand jury indictment is frightening for anyone and financially ruinous. If you’ve been co-operating it doesn’t matter. Lie or exaggerate to an anti Trump judge and your warrant is handed out like candy as long as it involves someone linked to Trump. But if they are linked to a Clinton–hands off or else we will destroy you. Well over half of America (I suspect) including the lefty ACLU go Ho hum or Yahoo!

    Liked by 1 person

  27. CB says:

    The Republicans in Congress should have gone ahead and impeached Rosenstein anyway even though he submitted the FISA document. The people of the US and our Congress does not need a DOJ official to act like Rosenstein does and he’s suspect already in the FISA abuse. There is no need to put it on the president to deal with such a loser in the DOJ. Get some spine Congress and do your job! That was lame BS for Nunes to thank Rosenstein.

    Like

    • JX says:

      Rosenstein played Nunes… again. He waited months and then under threat of Contempt of Congress charges at the last minute met in January. Now he again waits until the last minute and this time under threat of Impeachment provides the requested documents – except they were not unredacted as required. Foolishly Nunes accepted a “partially redacted” “version” of the required document. This was nothing but another contumacious dominance play by Rosenstein. Coup co-conspirator Rosenstein needs to be fired. Oblivious Sessions thinks Rosenstein is a great guy. Sessions better get his act together PDQ.

      Like

  28. JX says:

    From 2009 to 2013 Khuzami was SEC Director of Enforcement. In 2011 SEC charged Schwab and two executives. Melissa Hodgman, David Mendel and Robert Cohen in the SEC’s Division of Enforcement conducted the investigation. – https://www.sec.gov/news/press/2011/2011-7.htm

    Melissa Hodgman is Strozk’s wife.

    Like

  29. Ok Everybody, listen up: this looks like it may be good news. The Daily Mail is reporting (as of about 7:pm this evening) that Mueller is planning to END the Russia probe EARLY without interviewing POTUS, due to the RAID on Attorney Cohen.

    I don’t know about anyone else, but whatever doubts I had about what Pres. Trump was up to, have been erased. It looks like the Cohen raid was (as some more astute than I have claimed) a carefully planned and executed maneuver to totally FU Herr Mueller and his evil Team.

    GO TRUMP #MAGA2020

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5609857/Mueller-prepares-end-Russia-probe-WITHOUT-interviewing-Trump.html

    Like

  30. CNN_sucks says:

    Comey the most despicable, lying bastard that walk on the face of earth. Nobody will buy your damn trash book. Somebody has to wake up sleepy sessions to charge you with crime.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s