Joe diGenova Discusses James Comey, Scooter Libby and Trey Gowdy…

Interesting radio interview earlier this morning with Joe diGenova on WMAL.  Mr. diGenova discusses his review of the James Comey interview and at 12:30 of the audio he enlarges the discussion of Scooter Libby with an interesting perspective of Trey Gowdy.

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Don’t forget the Office of Inspector General Horowitz, 39-page report on Andrew McCabe, is only the first of multiple OIG reports that will soon be released. The main report will cover the overall politicization of the Clinton investigation(s) by the DOJ and FBI; and the FISA court abuse by those same officials will follow thereafter.

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305 Responses to Joe diGenova Discusses James Comey, Scooter Libby and Trey Gowdy…

  1. Obs says:

    Obviously, to get anyone prosecuted Rosie has to be replaced.
    By Sessions. Bwaaaa…. I’m too funny.

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    • frankie says:

      HOW YOU CAN HELP PRESIDENT TRUMP (subtitle Kimba the Concubine) is on today’s howtobeyourowndetective.com

      It’s an excellent and practical post for Joe and Joan Patriot. And it will make the New Copperheads and the rest of the anti-Trump crowd foul themselves.

      The author covers in ribald fashion how Rosenstein can be reined in. And he heaps praise on The COnservative Treehouse as the go-to place for Trump news and Deep State corruption news.

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  2. missilemom says:

    I am going to listen to it but Joe was on Hannity tonight and said Hillary Clinton should have been charged with a misdemeanor. A misdemeanor????? When will the bad news stop?

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    • Amy1212 says:

      I heard him say that,too. I couldn’t have disagreed more with that assessment. WTF! Send that witch to f$cking prison!

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      • litlbit2 says:

        Just goes to show, if you want the perfect outcome, the Clinton Body Bag is your choice🙈

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      • Payday says:

        I think he went overboard trying to be respectful of Derschewicz. At least I hope so. It’s hard to believe he really believes that.

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      • MadisonP says:

        DiGenova seems to think the whole Hillary case is just about using the wrong email server.

        Hillary’s setup was designed to avoid FOIA requirements because the subject matter was toxic, most likely discussing pay for play schemes among other things. That’s why the 33,000 emails disappeared. Hillary has a history of misplacing incriminating documents.

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        • truthseeker39525 says:

          I wonder…. does the NSA have copies?
          Also, President Trump joked about it….. but I would BET that the Truth be Known, that the Russians AND the Chinese, as well as the Brits and the Israelis, ALL have copies! (In addition to their having copies of all of Obama’s ‘President’s Daily Briefings’ that he copied the HildeBeast in on…

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        • 18 US Code Section 793(f)

          Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, note, or information, relating to the national defense, (1) through gross negligence permits the same to be removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of his trust, or to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, or (2) having knowledge that the same has been illegally removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of its trust, or lost, or stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, and fails to make prompt report of such loss, theft, abstraction, or destruction to his superior officer—

          Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

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        • bluejean says:

          You’re right about it avoiding the FOIA requirements but I think it goes deeper than that.

          I suspect she had a Remote Access Host running on it….to allow donors to the Clinton Foundation or those paying for it….remote access from anywhere in the world…..to the server and classified information. She probably had a static IP address set up on it.

          Since her server was attached to the public internet….and not behind a government firewall….anyone could type in the static IP of the server and get a log in screen….and US Gov’t would never know.

          Different accounts and shares could be set up for each client remotely accessing the server. When they logged in they would automatically be directed to the share that was set up for them and be able to access any files (including copies of classified emails) that had been dropped into that share.

          This is why no one has accused her of emailing classified info to declared enemies of the US…..because she didn’t. She just gave them direct access to it instead.

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      • shadowcole says:

        Uh, no, the gallows need to be brought back just for her and then the rest of the treasonous bast****.can follow.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      We must not have heard him right. He must have said “27 felonies and a misdemeanor”.

      Seriously, I think Douchewicz got to him.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        Douchewicz, Joeknuckles? Really? Maybe you should trying keeping up because Professor Dershowitz is not one bit supportive of what Mueller is doing and he certainly thinks that Rosenstein needs to be replaced because of his conflict of interest among other things. Professor Dershowitz was especially upset over raiding Cohen’s home, office and hotel room. He has also stated that there is no such law that covers collusion. There’s more, but try to catch up.

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        • scott467 says:

          “Professor Dershowitz was especially upset over raiding Cohen’s home, office and hotel room. He has also stated that there is no such law that covers collusion. There’s more, but try to catch up.”

          ___________________

          Dershowitz is the enemy.

          I don’t know why people on our side are so willing to FORGET that, why people on our side are so easily FOOLED by hearing a Leftist like Dershowitz when he throws a few bones our way.

          Dershowitz is a good buddy of the Clintons, and that’s tantamount to being friends with the Devil.

          It’s Dershowitz that is constantly making false arguments of equivalence and then saying you can’t criminalize political differences in his defense of the Clinton’s outright lawlessness.

          Dershowitz isn’t a neutral player, and he sure as &^%$ isn’t on our side.

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          • prenanny says:

            Well said Scott, there is little wonder left why our Beloved Country is in the mess we are.
            Thank you for calling this out.

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            • Dekester says:

              Yes Prenanny, all but the talking heads heads can see that Dershowitz is just a “ minder” for HRC.
              Many of us were brought up told that we would be judged by the friends that we keep.

              Lanny Davis is another one. The left have many rabid HRC sycophants on their “team” and they have been quietly assembling this “ coup” for decades.

              Fortunately PDJT has awakened much of the docile and compliant masses. Without that man, the U.S. Americans knew it was gone.

              God bless PDJT

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          • StanH says:

            He also is selling a book.

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          • SW Richmond says:

            “Dershowitz is the enemy.”

            +1,000. Trump should be very skeptical of him. IMO Dershowitz has an agenda: pretend to be a friend of the Republic, defend and pretend to befriend an increasingly isolated Trump, then publicly gasp at some inside info he “discovers” and backstab him.

            Dershowitz is merely another avenue of attack, using his “respected position” to sway public opinion. He will find a reason to turn on Trump, and having gained an audience with his feigned fairness he will turn people against Trump.

            Why do people need a leader? Why do people need a Champion (someone else) to fix this? Can’t people see that no help is coming, there is no magic bullet to restore the republic, that the republic is already dead?

            We are witnessing the greatest propaganda mindf*ck ever in history. This is far from over. The Deep State has everything to lose, and they will stop at nothing. Nothing matters to them except power and wealth. They still need our implicit support, their weaknesses are many. The democrats’ entire constituency is urban and relies on government money (that is, YOUR money if you work in private industry) in one form or another (welfare, contracts, media, or “higher education”). This war is Urban America versus Everyone Else. Never forget that.

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          • Deadbeat says:

            Let’s not forget that Dershowitz was on the Loletta Express flight list.

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          • 4harrisonblog says:

            Yep and Dershowitz proudly voted for crooked hillary, that snake is not a friend of the truth.

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          • Remington..... says:

            Scott….I think we are looking at the….any port in a storm….mentality from our side. Open arms for anyone we think has turned.

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            • scott467 says:

              “Scott….I think we are looking at the….any port in a storm….mentality from our side. Open arms for anyone we think has turned.”

              __________________

              Fair enough, I welcome anyone who has truly turned to the good side.

              That’s definitely NON Alan Dershowitz.

              And I don’t just take their word for it, or believe them because they say a few flattering words while they move into position to stick a knife in you at a convenient moment.

              We can’t be so freakin’ gullible. We make it easy for them.

              Dishonesty is what they do, it’s what they are. Evil has no problem lying to your face, or to the faces of millions on TV. They do it everyday, all the day long.

              As for that snake Dershowitz, check the zipper on the back of his sheep costume.

              I’d wear a glove if I were you.

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          • mariner says:

            I’m not forgetting that.

            This conduct is so egregious even Dershowitz is speaking against it.

            I don’t need to slag him when he’s right, just because I usually disagree with him.

            The word you should be searching for is “principle”; it’s so hard to find on the left that it’s worth shouting about.

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        • joeknuckles says:

          Yes, really. All he’s out to do is get Hillary off. He wants to equate Clinton/deep state crimes with the fake crimes people in Trump’s orbit are being charged with. He is on a mission. I do not trust him.
          He also tried to make Hannity look unethical for not disclosing upfront that he had gotten legal advice from Cohen, which is ridiculous. Juan Williams tried the same thing earlier.
          I demand to know who all of Douchewitz’ past clients are as well as who he has ever given legal advice to. I want the names and all documents he has in his possession. SWAT teams will be at his home and his office within the hour to retrieve them. They will then be entered into a searchable database and posted on the internet so all of us viewers will be informed. I also demand to know the names of every lawyer that Juan Williams has ever retained or gotten legal advice from and I want those records as well.

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          • waltherppk says:

            Dershowitz keeps trying to redefine actual crimes and downgrade those crimes to being political differences attempted to be criminalized and called crimes or somehow “made into” made up crimes. Dershowitiz harps on making a false equivalency about what are actual crimes with legitimate political differences that involve no crimes. It is exactly what Dershowitz is saying that by losing the election that loss was somehow legal “justice” for Hillary, and somehow exonerates Hillary from the multiple felonies and money laundering and treasonous racketeering and espionage in which Hillary was involved and is criminally liable, that losing an election somehow immunizes Hillary against criminal liability. So I suppose that according to Dershowitz even murder could be forgiven Hillary because holding her liable for a crime would look like political revenge which is ridiculous. Criminals who are also politicians don’t get to use an election loss as a get out of jail free card.

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            • Clinteastwood says:

              Why would anyone think we should hold politicians to a LOWER standard than any other citizen (Dershowitz’ attempt to disallow prosecution as “criminalizing political differences”)? Politicians ought to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, and if found guilty, sentenced more harshly than any other perp. Anything less and we’ll end up in a swamp of corruption……..oh, wait….

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              • waltherppk says:

                I have cringed and quietly endured the assertion by many of the “ideal” that elevates to a level of idolatry that false concept that says “we are a nation of laws” INCORRECT.

                “We” are a nation of PEOPLE. And people can take care of business needing urgently to be done no matter what clueless “lawyer” might argue some “other way”.

                Now that is reality, but it is a reality for the fainthearted. A man has to do what a man has to do, even when a lawyer needs to be the first to be forcibly made to sit down and shut the hell up. That is my 2 cents.

                When some evil is encountered, the priority isn’t assembling a debating society or committee to study what has to be done.

                Just do it when things “get there” and any man will know when that time arrives.

                “the law” can always review things later at their leisure, just like they are always in their “superior” and “judgmental” way inclined to do. They serve well those having never ending patience with “supervision” I don’t have.

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              • waltherppk says:

                When a POS that needs hanging gets hanged, make noose big enough for a twofer and hang their lawyer with them.

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          • maiingankwe says:

            Joe knuckles,
            Oh my goodness, could you imagine if that really happened? Oh wah! Not only would Dershowitz have a cow right in front of any camera he could find, good ole Juan would be stuttering like a fool. What a vision you’ve given us! I guess as usual it’s a-okay to happen to others, but if it was to happen to them, my goodness they’d put on a heck of a show. Well, except for Juan, he’d be incomprehensible in his so-called justified ramble.

            I don’t watch the news on tv, so I have to ask, has there been any mention or in-depth analysis of the OIG report we’ve been given so far? Or has it been crickets? I would’ve thought this would’ve been a treasure trove for journalists to dive into and make a name for themselves. There are so many pieces of the puzzle they could put together for their viewers, not to mention the increase in ratings.

            If not, it’s up to us Treepers to continue sending out links to these articles and tweets from Tracy Beanz and other patriots who are doing the work journalists should be doing. We really have to get the word out. I’ve already had a good 30 minute talk with my nephew today and gave him a list to look into. Yesterday, I hit up a few good friends and other family members. I know I’ve got to do a heck of a lot more and willing to do so.

            This is just one small section of the OIG report, and I think it best to get as many people on it, so they can follow along easier. It’s much easier to start at the beginning than go back to the beginning to catch up.

            Thank you Joe Knuckles for the great vision, it was awesome and well written.
            Be well,
            Ma’iingankwe

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          • Robert Hayward says:

            Could it be the leftists see the handwriting on the wall,and are cya?

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          • Robert Hayward says:

            Could it be the leftists see the handwriting on the wall,and are cya?

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          • LewPatrick says:

            That’s what lawyers do. They take things that are black and white and make them gray. Murder is murder. Whether you do it with a gun, a baseball bat or you are drunk and kill someone with a 4000# vehicle, it is murder. Not first degree, second degree, manslaughter. It is murder. That is what lawyers have done to the legal system. That is why the rule of law is currently dead in this country.

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        • conservalicious says:

          Dershowitz also said that Kimba Wood was a student of his and would be a fair and impartial Judge in Cohen’s case. Sheesh.

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    • andy says:

      its outrageous that she wasnt even charged with a misdemeanor. Try that on for size. :).

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        Some days I just have to shake my head at some of the comments….I guess when you are a hammer everything looks like a nail…….

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        • WSB says:

          I guess!! Sad tonight!

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          • Sayit2016 says:

            I know…. it does make me sad. This bashing on Gowdy is over the top….I could be 1000% wrong on him—I dunno know anymore.

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            • gndwsevery1 says:

              Honestly I think Gowdy has it coming. He clearly has it in for Trump and some of the stuff he’s been pushing since day 1 (“Trump stop acting like you’re guilty”, “Trump you can never, ever, ever, ever fire Mueller or even think about it”) has been incredibly damaging to the side of general sanity.

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              • Sayit2016 says:

                I will respectfully disagree…I do not think he has it in for Trump… What he said to Trumps lawyer was ” ‘If you have an innocent client … act like it …” that is very different then you stated: “Trump stop acting like you’re guilty”.

                Gowdy can have an opinion on a matter , even if I DISAGREE with it. I disagree with President Trump at times. Joe diGenova was right if Gowdy did not have the FACTS of the Libby case he should not be talking about it. I followed that case very closely and I was pissed that Bush did not pardon him. Trump was RIGHT to pardon him based on the findings of the court. But it was not until some 5 years later the actual FACTS came out. All people heard is that Libby ” lied”. The exoneration of people is seldom talked about.

                Some people say fire Mueller ( Dan Bongino) and some disagree with that notion. personally think he SHOULD fire Mueller as there is such a conflict of interest on his part. But I also see how that could backfire and give libs another 3 years to yammer on about that. Mueller should have never been there in the first place in my opinion- that to me was Comey manipulating to his own benefit (again ).

                The FACTS matter. The TRUTH matters.

                I used to get so ticked off during the Treyvon Martin trial as I was reading here the great work Sundance was doing on getting the facts, and O’Reilly would contradict what I was reading here.. Sundance was right — Bill was wrong. I see it all of the the time… same with the OJ Simpson case I watched the trial as most people did EVERY DAY– and I would watch the pundents talk about the proceedings th at dayd and woudl often think, are you guys watching the samme trial Iam ?

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                • Sayit2016 says:

                  I am not sure how that last part got so messed up… “I would watch the pundit’s talk about the proceedings that day, and would often think, are you guys watching the same trial I am?

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                • gndwsevery1 says:

                  The point with the “firing Mueller will backfire” thing is that that’s only true because of The Narrative. And The Narrative only exists with the strength it does because guys like Gowdy go on TV night in, night out, and push it HARD. If he would stop spouting on about how Mueller is the most Integrity-Filled Man of Integrity since the invention of Integrity and instead point out the obvious fact that nobody knows what the hell Mueller is up to except that he obviously isn’t doing what he was appointed to do, The Narrative would not have that strength and firing Mueller, which would, in a sane world, already have happened wouldn’t be so impossible.

                  Or, to sum it up, Gowdy seems to do nothing but give comfort to the enemy. With friends like that…

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            • WSB says:

              Sadly, I believe Gowdy may be compromised. I have been a big fan, but like Chaffetz, these two were stymied in exposing the Obama machine, and both have decided to hang it up.

              I am not sure if PT is letting them walk away without any obstruction charges, but it very may well be that is the case…Benghazi and Extortion 17.

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              • Sayit2016 says:

                I dunno– Q was the ONLY one asking about 4 Million that Gowdy was paid…He has a book coming out with Tim Scott, maybe that was it … but Q made it sound like he was paid off. I simply do not believe that… Regarding Benghazi , Fast and Furious, etc etc and everything else ought to be reopened- screw the congressional.. I want a TRIAL. Anyone that thought Holder was going to anything about that or anything else was on mushrooms.

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              • oncefiredbrass says:

                Gowdy I think is probably Deep State, he seems to want to cover things up by dragging them out so long that people lose interest. During Benghazi he called witnesses that had no reason to be even testifying, he never got close to where orders originated on that night. I could be wrong, but I think it is better that he just fades into the background and retire. I don’t think he has any place telling POTUS to stop acting guilty and give Mueller an interview. Do we know if the May 8th hearing is Public or Classified with Horowitz?

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            • I was a huge Gowdy fan until Benghazi. He lost me then

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              • Sayit2016 says:

                Ok… what did you want him to dothat he did not do ?

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                • 4harrisonblog says:

                  In my opinion since these oversights can’t do anything if they find wrong doing. It is more than likely they are there mainly to protect those in the system.
                  They seem to be able to do that with little effort.

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                • Sayit2016 says:

                  I disagree– The hearings are always toothless… It is up to Law Enforcement to file charges. Why is that not happening ?

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                • BobInFL says:

                  Maybe bring some generals in and ask them about the orders given that night – what were they, who gave them etc – specifically was there a stand down order given. Their readiness for these types of eventualities. Their opinion on whether they could have helped if there was no stand down. Confirm the orders with those tasked with carrying them out. Asking that the gag orders be lifted from those who were on the ground and under attack that night so they could give testimony on what they observed before, during and after. Also, it has been posited that Benghazi was a cover for illegal arms shipments to bad actors – there seems to be plenty of avenues for questioning around that subject that have not been asked.
                  Many think those hearings left a lot on the table. I agree and have never felt the same about Gowdy since those hearings. I understand that his hands would be tied about actually doing something, but he could get it all out in the open.

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                • Sayit2016 says:

                  I have studied Benghazi and I think you are right on many counts. It is not over yet….

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                • SJM says:

                  Who Stole 143 Tons of Gold from the Libyan People?

                  EXCERPT:
                  This particular email is very telling. It is dated April 2, 2011, and is written by a guy named “Sid” to Hillary Clinton. Just reading the email, it is clear that we are in the presence of true sociopaths: Clinton, this guy Sid, Sarkozy, Bernard Henri-Levy, all spiders from the same jar.

                  For: Hillary From: Sid Re: France’s client & Qaddafi’s gold

                  1. A high ranking official on the National Libyan Council states that factions have developed within it. In part this reflects the cultivation by France in particular of clients among the rebels. General Abdelfateh Younis is the leading figure closest to the French, who are believed to have made payments of an unknown amount to him. Younis has told others on the NLC that the French have promised they will provide military trainers and arms. So far the men and materiel have not made an appearance. Instead, a few “risk assessment analysts” wielding clipboards have come and gone. Jabril, Jalil and others are impatient. It is understood that France has clear economic interests at stake. Sarkozy’s occasional emissary, the intellectual self-promoter Bernard Henri-Levy, is considered by those in the NLC who have dealt with him as a semi-useful, semi-joke figure.

                  2. Rumors swept the NLC upper. echelon this week that Qaddafi may be dead or maybe not.

                  3. Qaddafi has nearly bottomless financial resources to continue indefinitely, according to the latest report we have received:
                  On April 2, 2011 sources with access to advisors to Salt al-Islam Qaddafi stated in strictest confidence that while the freezing of Libya’s foreign bank accounts presents Muammar Qaddafi with serious challenges, his ability to equip and maintain his armed forces and intelligence services remains intact. According to sensitive information available to this these individuals, Qaddafi’s government holds 143 tons of gold, and a similar amount in silver. During late March, 2011 these stocks were moved to SABHA (south west in the direction of the Libyan border with Niger and Chad); taken from the vaults of the Libyan Central Bank in Tripoli.
                  This gold was accumulated prior to the current rebellion and was intended to be used to establish a pan-African currency based on the Libyan golden Dinar. This plan was designed to provide the Francophone African Countries with an alternative to the French.franc (CFA).
                  (Source Comment: According to knowledgeable individuals this quantity of gold and silver is valued at more than $7 billion. French intelligence officers discovered this plan shortly after the current rebellion began, and this was one of the factors that influenced President Nicolas Sarkozy’s decision to commit France to the attack on Libya. According to these individuals Sarkozy’s plans are driven by the following issues:
                  https://awfulavalanche.wordpress.com/2016/01/10/who-stole-143-tons-of-gold-from-the-libyan-people/

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                • Sayit2016 says:

                  I am aware of all of this.. again what did you want Gowdy to do personally ?

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            • noswamp says:

              Re Gowdy, I just don’t know. I like him on some positions and don’t like him on others, and for some reason, his performance where he bloviated day and night for the cameras and got us nothing on Lois Lerner truly disappointed me.

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              • Sayit2016 says:

                The AG ( HOLDER) refused to press charges on ANYTHING… what can Congress do ? The lame the laws they do not enforce them the courts do. That lying taking the 5th Leaner should be in JAIL.

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                • DanO64 says:

                  Don’t forget Toby Miles. Lois Lerner set up a fake email account so she could send sensitive tax payer data to her home address. Put Toby Miles in jail until he turns and becomes a state’s witness. He knows everything. Make him take the 5th if he if he won’t answer questions. Nobody talks about HIS crimes do they? Toby Miles is the key to the IRS scandal. Toby Miles is Lois’s frick’n dog BTW.

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                • davidb says:

                  Sessions also refused to take action against Lerner too. AND hasn’t filed any charges against his fellow elites…..Dispute that anyone?

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                • Sayit2016 says:

                  “Session hasn’t filed any charges against his fellow elites”

                  Yet.

                  Session was not in charge during the Lerner mess.. that was 2005 -2013.

                  In May 2014, Lerner was declared in contempt of Congress in connection with her invocation of her Fifth Amendment not to testify on the matter before a congressional committee.

                  n a seven-page letter to Speaker Boehner dated March 31, 2015, United States Attorney for the District of Columbia Ronald Machen said that the Justice Department would not pursue criminal contempt charges against Lerner.

                  So why blame Sessions for not filing charges ? He was not in the position to do so.

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    • Hannity, as usual, interrupted, but I think Joe was starting to say that if he was the cognizant DOJ attorney (I gptta admit – I don’t know who the DoJ attorney was in this case) – he would have offered Hillary a plea deal where she admits to a misdemeanor
      (he wasn’;t given a chance to explain what punishment she would need to agree to (fine,?suspended sentence?). As usual, if one agrees to the plea deal, you have to appear in person in court AND you can never claim publicly that you don’t agree with it – because if you do, then you have committed a felony (when you admitted to the misdemeanor).

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Having participated in every sort of security clearance training for over 30 years, as well as signing of associated acknowledgement certificates this is full blown BS. The stated punishments listed in the Federal Codes discussed in those training courses were ALL described as felonies with hefty jail time and fines for the perps and loss of contracts, security certifications and fines for their employers.

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    • Jay Currie says:

      Actually, she would have been better off charged with a misdemeanor, pleads guilty, thousand dollar fine, story over.

      Now she’s screwed.

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    • Deplore Able says:

      The e-mail scandal is small potatoes. Hillary has a lot more serious things to worry about. Hillary said “We will all hang it Trump is elected.” She didn’t say that because of some e-mails.

      t

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    • kroesus61 says:

      ……and allow her to still run for POTUS……saying this after saying justice should be equally applied…….any peon doing less than 10% of the Hag has done just since 2008 would be buried under the prison for their offenses

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    • The crooked FBI was aware of the NYPD and Weiner laptop evidence in Sept 2016. Damaging leaks prompted FBI to seize laptop to suppress evidence, NYPD had copied and forced Comey letter to congress, reopening email case Oct 28, 2016. In days they reviewed 650,000 emails and closed the case.

      Under “Intimate XXX” file was video of Reptillary and Huma crimes at Orgy Island. Comey, McCabe at FBI, Lynch and Rosenstein at DOJ must have been aware of these videos and suppressed investigation and disclosure. Disgusted by year and half of coverup, these are now posted on the dark web for law enforcement review, see BeforeItsNews website.

      We are ruled by satanists of the worst depravity….

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  3. Southern Son says:

    Patriots bringin’ back Law n Order!
    Something Commy has never grasped.
    He knows Only his Higher Loyalty, to his own Idealology.

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  4. Off Subject but RIP Barbara Bush

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  5. TreeperInTraining says:

    How dare Trey Gowdy?

    He’s been daring for years, to our chagrin.

    When Trey arrives, the circus is usually not too far behind.

    Send in the clowns…don’t bother…they’re here.

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  6. Perot Conservative says:

    It’s a dangerous thing when you combine knowledge, the ability to communicate, and one knows where the bodies are buried.

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  7. TNgal says:

    I think that diGenova meant that Comey should have charged her with something…anything…I don’t think he meant that it was the correct charge, but strategically Comey would have been better off doing that to cover his back side.

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  8. 4sure says:

    Too bad Joe DI is not the AG.

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  9. shadowNOLAcon says:

    5.4.3.2.1 let the session bashing begin

    Trolls be trolling

    But didn’t Horowitz meet with sessions soon after his appointment where I’m sure they would of discussed what the was IG was doing and getting ready to do(investigations)

    Don’t you think it would be an issue if Session’s started discussing those since Horowitz is building the case

    And the best clue there are workings behind the scenes

    WHAT IG REPORT INFO HAS BEEN LEAKED????

    It’s in Horowitz court the DOJ holdovers could not of been trusted

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  10. Justice Warrior says:

    Who will give us justice?

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  11. Justice Warrior says:

    Who will give us justice?

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  12. woohoowee says:

    So Roosterhead isn’t very bright………

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    • Deplore Able says:

      He is bright enough to leave Dodge before the sheriff arrives. Don’t trust any young guy who gives up a safe seat. Odds are that somebody has something on him. Maxine was convinced that Obummer has something on just about everyone.

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  13. kinthenorthwest says:

    Another had to share…

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  14. Kmflob123 says:

    Joe diGenova for AG

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  15. fleporeblog says:

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    • GB Bari says:

      Wow. Neither Bill O’ nor Joe think Sessions is serving the President well. Joe knows Sessions going way back, likes him a lot, but thinks Sessions is “out of his element” and doesn’t really know what to do in this Russiagate/Deep State corruption/Cohen saga. This is certainly out of sync with SD and Q but maybe Joe is unaware of everything happening behind the scenes re. Huber, Lausch et al. That was unexpected from Joe.

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      • margarite1 says:

        A friend of mine knows a Senator who said that Sessions is a good guy but not up to the this task….he’s over his head.

        He needs to do the right thing and offer his resignation.

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        • GB Bari says:

          I hesitated posting what Joe said because I didn’t want to reignite the “Sessions is a white hat or black hat” argument in this thread. Without knowing which Senator and not having official corroboration of his statement it just becomes column space filler. What I posted can be heard firsthand in the video clip. Whether one agrees or disagrees with it, its a statement made on the record.

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        • kroesus61 says:

          AG offered his letter of resignation after PDJT first slammed him for recusing in a tweet and the letter was refused…….either other things are going on or another error by POTUS…..Sessions recommended PDJT accept Rosenstein’s resignation and instead the transition team recommended him for DAG and PDJT appointed him…..either a grand play is in the process or a series of mistakes in personnel has been made

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          • mariner says:

            The prize is behind Door No. 1.

            A grand play is in progress.

            I keep waiting for the fat lady to sing, but I guess it isn’t quite time yet.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Wrong. Sessions was never once mentioned by Bill nor Joe in this interview.

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        • GB Bari says:

          MaineCoon – go back to the video of O’Reilly & diGenova and go to about 20:47. The discussion about Sessions starts there.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        I think AG Sessions plays his cards so close to his vest that no one really knows what he is up to. I respect him for that even though it can drive you crazy 😜.

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        • SkyPhoenix says:

          Totally agree with you, Fle. Best description of the situation re: AG Sessions that I’ve seen so far!

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        • DanO64 says:

          I’ve posted this before so here goes: I firmly believe AG Jeff Sessions and AAG Rod Rosenstein are doing what our VSG President Trump directed them to do. They don’t wear hats. Isn’t that the way it is supposed to be. Just neutral; only the facts; no bias; the law is the law; no special favors for anyone. Just say N to myself.

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        • mariner says:

          It’s driving me crazy, and all I’m doing is sitting on a branch.

          Imagine what it’s like for AG Sessions, never replying to the caca-phony of slander.

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      • lizzyp says:

        Some time back Sundance pointed out a few things about Sessions that have really stuck with me. First, he posed the question ‘how do we know what we know?’ and that there is only one person with the authority to leak the few details we’ve gotten about the IG investigation – AG Sessions.

        Sundance also pointed out that, as a ‘victim’ in much of the malfeasance being looked at, Trump SHOULDN’T know the specifics, if things are being run by the book the way they appear to be. Joe di Genova is a close associate of Trump’s so it kind of stands to reason that he’s following Trump’s line of thought, which for very good reason could be missing vital puzzle pieces.

        Finally, the Huber appointment was how long ago? It has not had a single leak in something like 8 months (heck, it’s been so secret that we don’t even really know how long it’s been going on!) and the only reason we know about it as fact at this point is that Sessions himself revealed that information.

        In DC knowledge is not just power it is currency. Yet none of this has been circulated. That does not sound like an operation directed by an incompetent man, nor does it sound like someone who is out of his depth.

        Until I have seen something that definitively tells me otherwise I will assume that the duck’s feet are paddling like crazy.

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        • Newhere says:

          Great points. I think Sessions and diGenova have different skill sets. Both have been moving among the swamp for decades, and though they’re basically on the same side, they likely have pretty different experiences of how it works and how to beat it. So I can see why diGenova would say that and (think) I know what he means — but I also think Sessions’ patience, discipline, and mastery of process are well-suited to the task.

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        • Chuck says:

          lizzyp, Excellent post!!!! This should be pasted at the top of the front page.

          Based on the endless calls for his removal I think that Sessions is the most feared man in Washington.

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        • rhinOC says:

          Yeah but going back a bit further, the whole premise of Russian Collusion is idiotic and should have/could have been nipped in th bud as Barney would say. Now the endlessly widening scope of investigation is beyond weaponized against what I call the good guys. This is assault we are seeing. Justice is no longer possible these days and most certainly not here. The idea that politics is not part of this whole thing is ridiculous. This is literally, from the first molecule of ink-jet ink hitting paper in that “Dossier” (makes it sound so secret agent-y as opposed to report don’t it?) there was a powerful global effort to overthrow a proper election and in fact at that point, overturn the US Constitution. Now, I suffer through tortured analysis by highly paid and esteemed idiots as to what treason is. They may get PDJT, but what happens after that is more important.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        Consider this….if you will– regarding Sessions… what person alive on this planet could prepare themselves for this mosh pit of corruption that extends into all top levels of our Government including the WH. Millions of pages of investigative support documents. Hours of interviews….

        The number of people involved in this corruption and fraud (countries as well) is mind boggling. This is unknown territory…. Trump is a strong man and he is a fierce fighter, but I think some of this full frontal assault even surprises him. I think he thought it would be bad — but THIS bad ?

        I just read, learn and shake my head at what I am seeing in a daily basis… I have never seen anything like it in my life.

        This is fight for our country….and it is going to be fierce, it’s going to be ugly and it is going to be on going. There are no easy answers here. Just the process of elimination of the bad actors and idiots.

        I think it is easy to cast judgement on people you do not even know…and perhaps unfairly judge them, I am not in their shoes….I think most are trying to do the best they can- they are not always going to get it right, no human being can—- at the end of the day they are just human beings.

        We live in a harsh climate these days….button up.

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    • Payday says:

      No connection being made yet to wieners lap top

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    • TNgal says:

      We know more than O’Reilly and DiGenova…they are discussing if Michael Cohen actually went to Prague. We already know that USC has confirmed that he was with his son on a campus visit for baseball on the date that McClatchey asserted that he was there. We know his passport does not show a stamp that he was there. We also know according to Tracy Beanz yesterday that a different Michael Cohen was there, but that the unmaskers in the FBI and DOJ were using the data base via Bruce Orr and Nellie Orr and others. In their haste, they leaked the different Michael Cohen thus revealing that they were still using the data base that Adm. Michael Rogers had just shut off due to the upticks in inquiries during the election season.

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      • mariner says:

        Wouldn’t it be great if it turned out ADM Rogers arranged it so the unmaskers retrieved the wrong Cohen from the database?

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  16. GB Bari says:

    Gowdy is failing on all fronts lately. He might be distracted by something ominous.

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  17. fleporeblog says:

    Wray has found the replacement for McCabe! At least this guy is from within the FBI instead of another lawyer.

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  18. Pam says:

    The part about Gowdy in the video start in at about 12:25 mark to make sure you don’t miss any of it. I’m glad Joe put him in his place!

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  19. Alonzo says:

    It has been obvious to me for a long time that Trey Gowdy isn’t a conservative, or a real Republican. I appreciate Joe telling it like he sees it and I couldn’t agree more. Trey Gowdy is leaving Congress for a reason and it isn’t to begin a run for the Whitehouse. He obviously had those stars in his eyes at one time and the Trump Train derailed him thank God. Trey should shut up, tuck his tail between his legs and go home.

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    • Payday says:

      He’s protecting his tail

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        No he is trying to protect his tail because he was corrupted and those who gave him the money have dirt on him. He most likely has been told to obediently walk the plank by his handlers. People like him either do it or talk. If you don’t do what your handlers want you to do there could be grave consequences. If He talks there is still the problem of him being a corrupt deep state actor. He is not going to be getting off scot-free

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    • TxTailChaser says:

      Hello from Texas everyone….been lurking for a few months around the great place, and it’s just fantastic reading thoughts from all of you who are so much smarter than myself!
      It’s been quite a rollercoaster ride since I found this forum, but it truly did pull me up out of the omg what’s next, they are gonna JFK my President! It’s been very encouraging reading and learning about whats really going on. Thanks Sundance for keeping me almost centered lol.
      I am sick of gowdy, Benghazi was a total show, all blow and no go. (He’s a joke now, someone should tell him he’s irrelevant already).
      This smells to high heaven to me and it’s not Roses I smell.
      Is he really running interference on this? Or does he really have reason to want testimony, he has to know there IS actually an investigation happening over all of this. Right?
      Could he be charged with interfering in an investigation?

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      • Ad rem says:

        Welcome to the Tree House TxTailChaser! No one’s that much smarter than the rest. We all endeavor to pull each other to a higher branch. 😀

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      • GB Bari says:

        Welcome TxTailChaser! There are many truly insightful folks who post in these comments threads but I’m almost as new as yourself; only been on for a few months and still coming up to speed.. One requirement I found here – requires a LOT of reading to keep up.
        Good luck and glad you’re on board.

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      • alliwantissometruth says:

        Welcome TxTail, & regarding your “smarter” comment, if you voted for Trump, you’re smarter than half the country that voted for Hillary

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      • piper567 says:

        Tx, welcome to the branches here…we truly enjoy the benefit of one of the Country’s premier investigative analyst/reporter.
        just a warning: the CTH can be very time consuming.
        Time does indeed fly when you’re having fun.

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      • WES says:

        Welcome TxTailChaser! My take is Gowdy is trying to kill the criminal investigations to protect his and his buddy Ryan’s butt before they retire! Anytime you see any congressional critter wanting a special prosecutor appointed it is with the sole purpose of killing the criminal investigation to ensure no one gets charged with anything.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        Welcome Txtail! It’s a great place and there is such a great exchange of information and ideas here.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Welcome aboard! This place has the best information and analysis and opinion you’re gonna find. Glad you found it!

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      • mariner says:

        Welcome TxTailChaser.

        Hope you catch some. 😉

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  20. NJF says:

    I hope he can give POTUS counsel he knows so much about the swamp.

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  21. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “The main report will cover the overall politicization of the Clinton investigation(s) by the DOJ and FBI; and the FISA court abuse by those same officials will follow thereafter.”

    We know that, the big question is why this report is apparently holding up executing arrest warrants, since Mr. Huber’s team has been working for well over 5 months now ? Apparently the Inspector Generals have been receiving plenty of incriminating evidence which was squirreled away during emperor o, leading to delay into next month for the DOJ report.

    Any news on any of the other 46 IG’s? Everyone is preoccupied with just DOJ.

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    • mariner says:

      I don’t know that this report is what’s keeping the indictments sealed.

      I guess no indictments will be served before their time. 😉

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  22. MissouriAl says:

    A little off topic…but where is the Weiner laptop??

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  23. CowBelle says:

    Matthew Bissonnette, a Navy Seal, wrote the book ‘No Easy Day’ about the killing of Osama Bin Laden. He was fined $6.8million dollars and had to amend his tax return to show all money from sales of the book go to the United States. Yet, Comey can write and tour with no restrictions.

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Like the Navy guy who posted pictures from the sub. Proof of a tiered system of justice.

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    • H.R. says:

      Cowbelle: The difference is that one was historical and based on facts that only the Navy Seal could know, while Comey’s book is pure fiction. The Feds have no claim on creative writing.
      😆

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  24. theresanne says:

    Joe diGenova’s explanation of Comey’s motive in seeking a private meeting with the President so he could present this “damaging information” in an attempt to blackmail him makes the most sense of anything I’ve heard on the subject. President Trump is right. Comey is a Sleaseball.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      That’s what I thought also. I’d heard that theory a while ago. Can’t remember who said it. maybe it was Joe. G. He connected the dot of Comey saying he didn’t want to be left alone with P45 and then he asks to be left alone o tell him of the dossier. Yes, attempted blackmail. No other reason. Comey hatred P45 so much he would have loved to tell him about the dossier in a room full of people. He didn’t. Blackmail was his motive. Joe is spot on.

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      • farrier105 says:

        If a person waits long enough, Comey always manages to stretch his own neck with his lies.

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      • pnj01 says:

        Of course Comey was implying a blackmail situation when he first talked to POTUS-E on Jan. 6, 2017. During the interview, Comey said his goal had not been to help DJT disprove the allegation. Instead, his goal was simply to let the President-Elect know that he, Comey, had the information. That is exactly what J Edgar Hoover used to do to control politicians and Comey was just trying to cow Trump. It didn’t work and Comey is learning that when you mess with someone who isn’t buying your Bushwa, you can lose even if you are the spiritual successor of J Edgar Hoover and Reinhold Niebuhr, I suppose.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      The President didn’t “share” much with Comey that day because he knew from the beginning what a sleazy incompetent he was.

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    • mariner says:

      Then of course he wrote a memo about it.

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  25. RJones says:

    I sort of disagree with Mr Digenova on one point. I think the reason that Comey didn’t disclose that the dossier was Clinton oppo is that they thought there little group was going to come up with something pretty quick that could be used to impeach or impugn Trump. And they probably thought they could control Trump’s access to the underlying information until that time. If they had succeeded, they thought, it might never get out. This was a full blown effort to remove Trump from power. And, as Sundance has already speculated, some Republicans (Gowdy? Ryan? McCain? Graham?) were involved.

    The real question is this: Who is AJ Sessions more loyal to? The President or his buddies in Congress? If I were the President, I’d be having Mr Sessions over for dinner and AC very frank discussion.

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    • Obs says:

      Who do you believe, Sessions or your lying eyes?
      -Sessions allowed the political research raid on Cohen. Knowing all docs will be read by a pretend disinterested individual and leaked.
      -Sessions has a track record of refusing to instruct DoJ and FBI to provide evidence documents demanded by Congress. He can do that in a second.
      -Sessions has not to my knowledge ever defended the President in public.
      -Without Sessions recusal there would be no Moeller.

      What more evidence do you need that Sessions is a UniParty insurance policy?

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      • WES says:

        Obs: For the time being we are stuck with Sessions for better or worst. Even SD has backed away from 100% support for Sessions. Sessions was recommended to Trump. I believe Trump’s anger at Sessions isn’t fake but real for what Trump’s family and associates have suffered because of Sessions recusing himself. So far only Trump’s family and associates have fallen in this fight. No deep state people have fallen yet. A grim reminder of how vicious and long the fight will be. I heard one Treepers say it will take more than 2 years! Another said Trump will still be fighting until 2024!

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        • WES says:

          Obs: I also believe no matter how good a job Sessions does, Trump will fire Sessions the first opportunity he gets!

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          • Obs says:

            “no matter how good a job Sessions does,”
            Errr…. I’m confused. This UniParty shill is a disaster, resignation would be the best job he can do.

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        • Obs says:

          “Another said Trump will still be fighting until 2024!’
          Then he’s just another UniParty operative who deeply appreciates the great value of endless political Special Counsels or powerless IG’s or Congressional Committees with no power or desire to prosecute.

          They pretty well won, I don’t see who at the DoJ is going to sacrifice himself to prosecute his bosses.

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      • be says:

        Boiling mad at Sessions. What a lie he is.
        Too bad I really wanted to respect him.

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      • bookman says:

        Obs Stop … just stop. You don’t know a damn thing about what Sessions is or isn’t doing. I don’t know a damn thing either, except that Sessions had NOTHING to do with the Cohen raid because Sessions is recused.

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        • mariner says:

          We don’t know that Sessions had nothing to do with the raid because he’s recused; instead we know Rosenstein approved the raid.

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        • Obs says:

          Oh what childish rubbish.
          The DoJ doesn’t do a raid on the President of the United States personal Attorney for information about the President without informing the Attorney General.
          It’s your lying eyes you refuse to believe.

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  26. tunis says:

    If and when McCabe gets indicted will be telling how far Sessions DOJ will be prosecuting the coup plotters.

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    • farrier105 says:

      He could be indicted tomorrow. Comey could be indicted very soon. Going through Grand Jury would be pretty swift. He leaked classified documents, and that is all. Instant indictment. If McCabe and Comey had done these things for Trump, they would hang immediately. We will all dies of old age before anything happens to them.

      Look at that Comey on television. Just look at him. He is a walking self-contradiction, constantly refuting his own previous lies. No one calls him on it. He is too chicken to go on Mark Levin’s show. Comey wouldn’t survive it, but on every other show, he gets away with it. He’s gotten away with it so far and that has been long enough to see the probability that he will ever encounter justice is pretty slim.

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  27. Mike says:

    Comey threw Priestap and Rosenstein under the bus and implied he is ready to throw Lynch under the bus.
    Lynch threw Comey under the bus.
    McCabe threw Comey and Page under the bus.
    It has been said here many times by SD and others. They never thought she could lose.
    I would not want to be them.

    The IG, I believe will continue to present the truth. The FBI internal affairs and the IG did not balk at McCabe, the FBI number 2. Instead they NAILED him. Contrast that with the cowardice of Comey “If I had been stronger,” Page and Strzok, I don’t remember the quote, but from their emails they were afraid of pissing off “she could be our next president.”

    Clearly the way they are all covering their asses by pointing fingers at each other shows they had no plan for an honest IG investigation.

    What can we do?
    Email the fighters, Nunes, Goodlatte, etc. Say THANK YOU.
    Email the rhinos and the democrats. Demand McCabe be prosecuted!
    If YOU do it will happen.

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  28. The most dangerous time for our Republic is when the previous administration and a selected candidate with her political party collaborate with the FBI, NSC, DOJ, IRS, EPA, Media etc to thwart American growth and the American peoples’ choice for president.

    THEY rigged an election then suffered a humiliating loss and now still believe they had a right to rig that election against the people’s vote…

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  29. webgirlpdx says:

    What is so telling about McCabe is how he was inferring the IG investigators weren’t being truthful in their interviews with him. There is no one left but the little Mrs. that will care when that guy heads to prison.

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  30. Dutchman says:

    Try this; libs and hillary sop is projection; accusing enemies of that which they are guilty of. And they keep hittig Trump with russia collusion, and SEX.
    Now, huma had insurance policy in case hill decided to throw her under bus, or arkancide her. Without hillary knowing, huma sending dirt to weiners laptop, all sorts of dirt, including bills trips to epstiens island, and hills trips as well. After all, bill said She likes girls, I like girls, perfect marriage.
    So, NYPD finds this on laptop, says to fbi hou go public, or we will.
    Lynch threatens them with civil rites inv on eric garner, so they turn over laptop to mccabe. But they aren’t STUPID.They copy harddrive first.
    After hill wins, they can leverage for fed funding.
    Eric Prince hears about it, so does giulliani, which means Trump knew, probably had copy, before the election.
    Now, where do you think Bill and Hill, and other ‘prominent’ people went, after epstien shut down, to get young stuff? Backpage.com.
    Notice all the rinos, uniparty ‘choosing’ not to run for reelection?
    Gowdy, Ryan, guy from Tennesee, etc. All ran as conservatives, but became uniparty once they got compromised.
    This is what hill/libs ‘had’ on them.
    So, cleaning the swamp, indeed. Nasty work. Also explains the hatred many rinos have for Trump. Corker, thats the guy from Tennesee, obviously getting kickbacks for iran deal. WATCH video of Trump when signing Internet sex trafficing act, he emphasises how it shouldnt have been difficult to get bi partisan support for bill to stop sex trafficing of minors, but eas incredibly hard. Then watch Sessions announcing guilty plea of bacpage, within days.
    Its all about influence peddling to foriehn interests, and sex.

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    • zorrorides says:

      T Y Dutchman !! A fine idea you have – that Trump has had a copy of Weiner’s laptop, thru Eric Prince and Giulliani, ever since the election !

      Oh my dear, let the Swamp things perceive on THAT for a day. Heh

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  31. Delibero says:

    I don’t why Joe made his “misdemeanor” comment about Hillary on Hannity but he’s still the best legal voice Trump and MAGA have on their side. This interview was classic Joe; the articulate, passionate buzz saw critic.

    Dersh also contributes sensible and rational comments to any discussion including his trumpet call for not politicizing the Justice system. But the “Justice” system no longer exists thanks to the Obama admin holdovers; the Rod Rosenteins, the politically corrupted prosecutors and judges and their egregious and glaring double standards, the recusal of the nation’s A/G that knocked the justice system’s scales way off balance and other serious imperfections.

    An inconsistent, politically partisan, untrustworthy and unaccountable array of judges and prosecutors have discredited any concept of true justice. It is purely the so called law as the latest judge sees it according to their biases. Your odds of winning a case in Federal Court are worse than winning a jackpot in the Powerball lottery. If you’re a Clinton or other connected insider, you won’t be indicted but if you’re not connected with the Dems, your chances of being acquitted or exonerated are slim to none. In Trump’s case even being elected POTUS did not ensure that the justice system wouldn’t set its hell hounds on him for years. In fact, it guaranteed it because he is not a Dem. The heavily armed, predatory, card sharp Feds like Mueller are playing a nefarious game of injustice poker with a heavily stacked deck. So Dersh’s idealistic fairy tale dream of a return to a genuine justice system is a long way off esp if the Dems are re-elected.

    But Dersh still does his main job well as a protesting defense lawyer whenever charges against Hillary and other Dems are contemplated on a show. He’s an expert at downplaying charges for his chosen side.

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    • Delibero says:

      Addendum:
      The OIG report could begin the process of healing the sick unjust justice system but any charges go through the DOJ which was Deep State central. As long as the predators Mueller-Weismann are looking tirelessly for crimes on one side only, it will never begin to heal.

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    • rhinOC says:

      Yeah, lawyers are great. The Revolutionary War was unnecessary violence. George Washington should have filed a lawsuit instead. We today have abdicated our freedom to people that require us to use Ouji boards in determining which “side” their on. There’s only one person I know is on my side in Government. President Donald J. Trump. That’s it. I email him every couple of weeks (yes I know he doesn’t personally read them) and remind him….TELL him to trust no one. No one.

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  32. scarlettbr says:

    Again, Trey Gowdy’s name comes up as not knowing the facts, but running to the nearest reporter to bash a decision by the President.
    As Sarah Palin said in her interview on the Life, Liberty and Levin, the President has lots of snakes in the West Wing and all around him.

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  33. Francine Hutcheson says:

    I find it disheartening to realize more and more
    How self-serving so many truly are. My disappointment in the prospect that Trey Gowdy is complicit with the Deep state is immense. I am glad I have been listening to Q at this point because he’s constantly been working to prepare us for such disappointments… I am personally going to go back into prayer and reaffirm my desire for the Lord to uncover everyone in this corruption hiding under rocks…

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  34. Jim says:

    It’s evident to all who are informed that James Comey was sure HRC would win the election- and postured as if he were above the fray. When in reality he was a participating party in perpetuating the Plutocracy.

    He’s now dropped any semblance of professionalism- much less unbias.

    His leaks should be prosecuted, and his pension revoked upon that prosecution.

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    • Newhere says:

      It is a little bit delicious (and yes only a little bit, as Comey is pure travesty) that he has NO FRIENDS because of his pathetic obsession with his own public persona. He surely thought he’d have the Clinton loyalists (whom he is conspicuously trying to cultivate, pussy-hat and all) ranting in his favor — and yet they too are still FUMING over his frantic gambit in late October, so certain of Clinton victory that he sent a torpedo her way, desperately trying manipulate his own post-election public image. While team Clinton was sweating out that final leg of a PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION (regardless what the polls said), Comey was deep in the weeds of everyone would think of him.

      Not only was he fixated on HIMSELF; he was fixated on what, to the Clinton campaign, had to seem like pointy-hat minutiae (precisely what should notified to congress and when, petty procedural dithering) that in the hands of a competent professional bureaucrat would have been obfuscated into oblivion. And yet, here was Comey, infuriatingly, needlessly, making it all a big deal because he cannot get over himself (publicly announcing the closing and re-opening of the investigation, musing about his personal observations and judgments, waxing on about this decision and that along the way. . .).

      They all hate him, and yet, he rambles on . . . .

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  35. Jonesy says:

    In the Comey and little person Georgie interview, who must of been uncomfortable talking about hand size, why did George not follow up with morality, ethical and foreign hostile gov’t compromised questions about Hillary after Comey believes and stated Trump is so called unfit to be President because of these factors? Comey generalizes and never supports his opinions of Trump with facts that he claims are part of the FBI/DOJ brass tack. Comey says he believes in the rule of law, yet with overwhelming evidence of Hillary’s illegal home server with classified material, he decides politically who doesn’t go to jail because he intentionally changes the intent of the law!

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    • JX says:

      Just listening to cuts was off-putting enough. Stephanopoulos was disgusting with his “feelings” questions whispered like an NPR woman.

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  36. Victor Davis Hanson has one of the best articles out there regarding actual “collusion” among all the players. He summarizes and articulates a lot of the information that’s been published here, in his usually brilliant, easy to understand, almost understated manner.

    It’s a really enjoyable read that I think many will appreciate- especially if you’ve been following this tangled web..

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/04/colluders-washington-clinton-obama-loaylists/

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  37. Newhere says:

    There are 2 things to remember in considering Comey’s motive for pulling Trump aside to “brief” him on the Dossier alone.

    First point — Th dossier had been circulating among DC’s “news”/punditry circuit for at least several weeks, but the media weren’t writing about the dossier itself; even by their standards, they couldn’t find a justifiable angle. None of it was corroborated. They’d “report” bits and pieces if they could get a source on it (e.g., Isikoff’s Carter Page story after talking to Steele). But the media weren’t reporting on the Dossier itself.

    By January, Operation Trump needed to shift from whisper campaign (just enough to get the FISC authorization) to outright assault on Trump (to set stage for active investigation/Special Counsel), and they needed the Dossier out in the public domain to ratchet things up. So, the IC made a calculated decision to orchestrate an event, just as it had when it became desperate to get its warrant on Carter Page (in that case, the calculated decision was to instruct Steele to feed his friend Isikoff the “FBI is investigating” news hook, which required that Steele finally go on record as a “credible Western intelligence source.” Steele was burned as an FBI source going forward (having now “outed” his profile to the media), but the IC calculated it was worth it because the resulting Yahoo article gave them what they needed for the next FISA application — “independent” and separate corroboration, so mission accomplished).

    Fast-forward to January, post-election: Operation Trump now needed the Dossier itself out in the public domain to kick Muh Russia into high gear. So, the IC created another “news event” by purportedly “briefing” the pres and pres-elect on the fact and existence of the Dossier, and of course leaking that they had done so. The real point of the briefing was to give the Dossier legs–and the media was eager to play their part, they just needed a news event. We all know the timing speaks for itself: Buzzfeed published the dossier hours later, and justified it as legitimate news because “the President and President-elect were briefed on it.” CNN then picked up the story, justifying it as news because Buzzfeed already had published the whole Dossier. Voila–off to the races. (Remember too, Comey’s justification for the “briefing” was not wanting the president-elect to be blindsided, because the press was about to report on it . . . the play was clear as day from the beginning, but we know the media didn’t care, they just wanted their event.)

    So that’s point #1 — the reason for briefing the president-elect in the first place was that Operation Trump needed an event to make the Dossier “newsworthy.”

    Here’s point #2: Comey needed Trump’s “Dossier briefing” to be one-on-one so he (Comey) would be the sole authority on what was actually conveyed to Trump. It had to be He Said/He Said. A corroborating witness could expose his duplicity. Recall the Rice CYA email, highlighting that, at that time, the Trump Operation recognized it was in a bit of a bind: they needed to carry on their (ahem) important work — but now faced the uncomfortable reality that Trump was inner-circle, entitled to all the same info they were. The IC was duty-bound to be “reading in” the president-elect and his team, meaning the Obama-appointed IC needed credible cover that it was keeping its soon-to-be boss in the loop, while keeping him out of it. What they worked out was to feed Trump just enough information to claim that they were doing their job in good faith, while concealing Muh Russia. If the manipulation ever saw light of day, their cover was to claim due caution on “sensitive material related to Russia” while muddying the actual details.

    (This is why Comey notified Trump that there was a Russia investigation (i.e., cover), while assuring him *privately* that he wasn’t a target, minimizing the “investigation” and ingratiating himself one-on-one to the president-elect (so Trump wouldn’t have information or cause to call foul). Finally, the discrepancy between what he was getting privately and what was fueled publicly drove Trump to speak out in frustration–but he was isolated, and the IC spun his reasonable behavior as “obstruction.”)

    Remember SD’s hunch that Comey told Trump as little as possible in that “Dossier briefing” to keep him from scuttling the plan? The idea was for Comey to be able to call it a “briefing” and no one other than Trump could attest to what was said. That, I believe, was the “Trump Operation” motive for doing it as a pull-aside. They ensured no one but Trump could vouch for what he was hearing. If it also laid the groundwork for blackmail, I think that would have been an added bonus, but not the driving motive.

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    • zorrorides says:

      Well done, Newhere.

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    • mariner says:

      Imagine the pain it would cause if it turned out the NSA recorded that “briefing”, and the recording proves Comey lied about that, too.

      President Trump said he didn’t record the conversation and had no record of it, but no one asked him whether the NSA had it.

      /rubs hands in delighted anticipation

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  38. CopperTop says:

    Fox: “Comey said Clinton’s legal team was not willing to produce their laptops to the FBI”. Two sets of rules again plays out as we see Cohen never get this same opportunity to be ‘unwilling’

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  39. Lee Dager says:

    Comey wrote the book to build a war chest for his upcoming legal defense expenses.

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  40. treehugger says:

    they outta search mccain’s emails
    highly suspicious of his hospitalization afterlc cohen aka fusion gps/ buzzfeed raid

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  41. Mike diamond says:

    Joe Cordova nailed it right on ! Come y has serious mental problems ! He is a shame to the fbi,Hoover might of had Come y tried for treason! Come y wanted Hillary to win ! Come y loves obama !!! Every good fb i agent hates comey!!!!!

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