Conspiracy or No Conspiracy, That is the Question Debated by diGenova and Dershowitz….

You can call it a soft-coup, or you can call it politicization of the DOJ and FBI, but the end result is the same – the intentional effort to manipulate, influence, and ultimately subvert an election for the presidency of the United States.  ~SD

During a Friday night segment of Sean Hannity former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova and former federal defense lawyer Alan Dershowitz debate whether the actions taken by:

….President Obama, Hillary Clinton, the DNC, Crowdstrike, Fusion-GPS, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Loretta Lynch, Sally Yates, John Brennan, James Clapper, Susan Rice, Ben Rhodes, John P Carlin, Mary McCord, Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, James Baker, Michael Kortan, David Laufman, Bruce Ohr, Nellie Ohr, Samantha Power, Lisa Monaco, Denis McDonough, Jim Rybicki, Glenn Simpson and Christopher Steele…

…in 2016, were all just accidentally working in exactly the same direction; on exactly the same processes and political approaches with intelligence use by government institutions; in accidental alignment,… or, perhaps, it was all coordinated.

diGenova says ‘coordinated’. Dershowitz says ‘accidental’.

While we wait for the underlying IG evidence release, you decide:

 

 

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425 Responses to Conspiracy or No Conspiracy, That is the Question Debated by diGenova and Dershowitz….

  1. Gov Jay says:

    The commentary by Alan Dershowitz in this segment is truly puke-worthy…. so, when will the Marxist democrats take responsibility for anything?…

    Liked by 11 people

    • John says:

      I think they went over the line when they went after the President. Exonerating Hillary could have been tolerated by the Trump administration but all the other nonsense and I’m I starting to lean towards include Charlottesville into the scheme went way over the line.

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      • SW Richmond says:

        John I was in Charlottesville that Saturday in August. I went as an observer, “finger on the pulse of the nation”. Among other things, after the inaction of police at Berkeley I needed confirmation that the Virginia State Police would not put up with any crap.

        Not only did they put up with it, they did absolutely nothing to prevent it, or to stop it once it started. Then they deliberately pushed the two sides into each other by closing the park and allowing only one exit, forward into the street and into Antifa.

        It was a setup, under orders from McAuliffe. Getting out of cville was dangerous and dicey, roving bands of red bandanas everywhere. Vehicles being attacked by pedestrians.
        IMO McAuliffe was hoping for a shooting by threepers onsite. Definitely wanted violence.

        This is an information war, on all fronts. If the Dems take the house in 2018 it will be more than that. There’s a CIA agent running for Congress in my district as a Democrat, for crying out loud. I guess the Dems DO approve of election meddling.

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        • josco scott says:

          I’ve always thought there was a conspiracy among that corrupt thug McAuliffe (that guy is Hillary-corrupt) and the mayor, as well as others.

          I’m agnostic on the theories about the kid who hit the woman. Some say she wasn’t hit, but had a heart attack? There were so many irregularities about Charlottesville that I might believe THAT one.

          I saw that amateur rapper’s Go Fund Me & all of the Left bemoaning how the kid got beat up by “Nazis.” The story was that a mob of white boys surrounded a poor isolated innocent black kid and beat him up because he was black.

          That sounded like BS.

          A couple of videos came out shortly after that showed the kid with a group with baseball bats harassing marchers and chasing them into parking garage. They knocked one “Nazi” down, he might have been unconscious. A fight ensued.
          So the MSM’s tale was wrong. Big surprise.

          There were accounts by locals of buses with people emerging wearing KKK t-shirts and BLM…same bus. Smells like Soros!

          The helicopter crash? ?? Almost no coverage although MSM used deaths to puff up death count in early reports.
          Then…nothing.

          I’m mostly suspicious because MSM would not stop talking about it. They LOVED the story. They repeated it 1000x more than “Trump mocks disabled guy!”
          When it’s such a beloved talking point…there’s something off.

          Oh, and I first watched Faith Goldy’s podcast. She’s more open to alt-right than I, but I like her a lot. Or LIKED her, after that she kind of disappeared.
          But she was RIGHT THERE. And it seemed to take 5-10 minutes for cops to arrive after car attack (or ?)
          HOW is that POSSIBLE? They seemed right there when, as you say, they funneled alt-right marchers through antifa.

          Love to hear more from someone who was there–esp since you’re a GOOD PERSON referenced by our president.

          Guess this is off track, but I’ve been curious about this since it happened.

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    • cali says:

      @Gov Jay: Dershowitz still has the “Epstein Liddle Island” hangover although he is trying.
      Dershowitz plays a dual role while trolling the tools in the media. Think mirror!

      Getting out from under the Epstein filth takes a bit time to normalize. 🙂

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      • SW Richmond says:

        Dershowitz is attempting to perform “Embrace, Extend and Extinguish”, using what he believes is his credibility and the gullibility of the average American to befriend us by helping make our case, then minimising and redirecting. He will fail, this is too big and he is not as clever and engaging as he thinks he is.

        Trump is smart enough to see this.

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        • Bingo! And WE are smart enough to see this as well. He has been tagged by the left to be the public face to do exactly what you described. The same goes for Gaetz, IMO, for the GOPe. Both of them are appearing FAR too often on our TVs for it to be anything but.

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          • bentley1blog says:

            NebraskaFilly, Do you mean to say that Gaetz is a plant for the GOP “to put one over” on we the uneducated morons who fall for anything being messaged by Gaetz? Nothing surprises me any longer, but can you explain further what is happening? Am confused for sure and ask for further information and motive. Much appreciated and have a great day. MAGA!!!

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            • Honestly, I just don’t know about Gaetz – that is what I was thinking, that he is a plant for misdirection by the “establishment.” Others here from his neck of the woods swear he is a good guy but there is just something about him that sets off a twinge in my gut. And he is from a political family – his father was also a politician. Why is such a junior representative out there in front of the cameras all the time????

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              • bentley1blog says:

                Was wondering the same thing. Something isn’t jelling right with this guy. Hate to think this way but after being kicked in the a– so often what else are we to feel. Hopefully his true colors will become evident soon and sure hope we might be wrong. Don’t need anymore greasy snakes.

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                • dotherightthing4 says:

                  I do not have that impression of Gaetz at all. He is sharp, articulate and quick on his feet. Sharp, young and with a bright mind. He is a forceful defender of Trump and meticulously lines out the case AGAINST his accusers. Think you guys are too suspicious.

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                • bentley1blog says:

                  Not too suspicious. Just don’t want another snow job. No harm in wondering is there. Only hope and pray you are correct.

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              • Orygun says:

                At this stage of the game you have to question everyone’s motives. The Senate right now is the biggest roadblock we have and you have Romney still in the running for Senator. If he had his way we would have seen the last of this country with Hillary at the helm and the Trump family and associates in jail or worse.

                The corruption at every government level is amazing. I used to laugh at Mexico but I don’t have anything to laugh about now.

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                • Yep – right down to the local level! IMO, every single SoS in every state should be charged with treason for allowing an ineligible Presidential candidate on the ballot.

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              • josco scott says:

                He seemed young, a bit innocent, perhaps not that bright? I think he’s on the right side, but always reserve some element of judgment.

                I haven’t watched him that analytically, tbh. My comments above are just quick impressions.

                Was he at that meeting with JW about Awans? If so, I give him lots of credit.

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        • Kristin says:

          Dershowitz went to talk to President Trump and he was not retained by the President.
          Nuff said.

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        • “Embrace, Extend and Extinguish” just like with Fast & Furious and Benghazi.

          Put the whole matter before a Clinton blackmailed Congressional “blue ribbon” panel. No prosecutor all authority. Hemming and hawing until once again justice dies in the distance of time.

          No the whole point of what he’s doing is to get it back within the sphere of influence of people with blackmail files.

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      • RG says:

        Dershowitz is given way tooooo much time to speak in double talk.

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        • RG- you are so right. Dersh has outlived whatever usefulness he had on the Hannity show. His 15 seconds are up. I was warming up to him but he showed hist true Commie colors in the last episode I saw. Time to get out the hook. He crossed the line from civil rights advocate to Deep State shill.

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        • dotherightthing4 says:

          He pretends to be on our side so he can convince us we are wrong. He is also trying to sell his book. We have enough common sense to know the difference between rain and someone peeing on our leg.

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          • josco scott says:

            Huh. I’ve always respected him for often–certainly not always–resisting the standard MSM message.
            I like him! He seems like a decent Leftist who — b/c Leftist — says a lot of stupid stuff but also gets a lot of things right.

            He irritated me in that interview, though. Very naive, at best. And I have come to LOATHE the “both sides” thing.
            NO, BOTH SIDES DID NOT DO IT. It’s the breezy & ignorant people say when the Left is guilty as sin and the right did .05% of whatever it was…

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    • Jederman says:

      “when will the Marxist democrats take responsibility for anything?…”

      Never. In their (craven, fanatical) minds the ends justify the means. You know, it’s the Alinsky view on political interaction.

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      • brh82 says:

        When Mueller wrongfully, in Boston, condemned 4 people to jail, and two of them rotted and died there before it was found they were actually innocent, Mueller never had to be held accountable. Where is the loophole and how do we close it?

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    • Patsy says:

      The last thing I want to hear is a Libtard’s opinion on anything. He’s getting way tooooooo much air time as every host fawns all over him. Joe is the best and he has sound facts to base his opinions on as opposed to “feelings.”

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  2. shirley49 says:

    Hope they get all of them. As crooked as they come. We all knew what Obama was and should not be surprised,

    Liked by 3 people

    • Phillie_fan62 says:

      I can’t wait for the movies to be made about the ones who fled the country trying to get away from going to jail. Only to be taken down by another commie in the country they fled to.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. US Person says:

    This is accidental in the same way that a million monkeys randomly typing actually produced the works of Shakespeare.

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  4. f.fernandez says:

    Joe calls it like he sees it and wants the guilty punished.

    Alan is a bit nieve thinking ‘if you go after them for this, when they get power, they’ll do the same.’ Well Alan, that already occurred.

    Abuse of Power also entails not holding criminals accountable. The Justice Dept. must act against those who break the law and bring justice for their victims.

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  5. Derschowitz defended Jeffrey Epstein and rode on his Lolita Express plane with the Clintons several times. That’s all you need to know about Derschowitz. He has a blackmail file 10 miles long.

    We’re way past determining whether there is a conspiracy. It’s only a question of how vast, how deep, how many are caught up in it and how many crimes they will face charges for.

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    • Patsy says:

      BINGO!

      Liked by 2 people

    • US Army Lt Scott Bennett at > ShellGameWhistleblower(.)com

      exposes the “Terrorist Financing Network” and cover-up….

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    • josco scott says:

      Not everyone who rode The Plane was guilty or knew about the goings on. Trump went. A lot of celebrities do.
      When he was accused he threatened to sue (or did?)
      I believe he’s innocent of sexual impropriety.

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      • Trump did not take The Plane. Source, or it didn’t happen.

        Dershowitz was on the The Plane multiple times and that can be proven. Likelihood very high the Deep State controls this guy through a blackmail file developed from this.

        Is this a line of discussion your handlers would not like us to travel?

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      • brh82 says:

        Who told you that BS, josco? The Flight Logs don’t show Trump but they DO show Hillary 6 times and Bill 26 times. If anyone rode that plane and didn’t know what was going on, that’s called “willfully blind”. Also called “Lying”.

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  6. Pat Frederick says:

    first thing out of Derschowitz’s mouth–“…in MY book…” says it all for me. This conspiracy–and yes AD it IS a conspiracy–is huge, and AD sees a chance to write another book–after all, liberals do love to write books.
    But seriously, a coincidence is 2 men wearing roughly the same clothes. 50 men wearing the same clothes is an army–it’s coordinated, purposeful and not a coincidence…
    and I’m not falling for that everybody’s doing it therefore it’s not wrong defense…my mom wouldn’t let me get away with that when i was young and I’m not going to let the Dems get away with it now!

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  7. TheWanderingStar says:

    Classic Derphowitz. He likes to ride up along side you as you make your way on the trail and even make camp with you. However, when you’re ready to break camp, you realize he’s made off with your horse and saddlebags. He’s a real bushwhacker that one is. (SPIT)

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  8. Brian Baker says:

    Mr. Dershowitz, it’s too late for a bi-partisan blue ribbon panel. The Obama DOJ/FBI leadership, and by extension team Mueller, have abused their power and authority in an attempt to drag President Trump and this country down. They must be held accountable accordingly, so this doesn’t happen again.

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  9. Concernedcitizen says:

    if it wasn’t a conspiracy, it was certainly a Criminal Enterprise. The esteemed Mr. Dershowitz is parsing.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Jimbrown says:

    The Russia Trump collussion story was intended to create a negative around Trump so he would lose.
    Putin suppoeted this with statements, RT reports and the Trump jr meeting. There was no doubt more.
    The HRC supporters used the dossier, the USG and other methods to spread to the witting and unwitting.
    When HRC lost the story grew out of control. They scrambled to reinforce the story with the Jan 2017 report and the Mueller probe finding Trump as the favoured candidate by Russia.

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    • josco scott says:

      RT reports? Not sure what you’re referring to.

      And Trump Jr meeting was almost certainly what Chalupa was talking about in her May 2016 email… FusionGPS + DNC + Russians COLLUSION. If this was not a conspiracy, Dersh, the word has no meaning at all.

      (I had somehow missed or forgotten about that May 2016 email until @almostjingo brought it up last week.

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    • brh82 says:

      Put me down as one who seriously doubts Putin had anything at all with what you say he did. I believe he and Trump would have been great friends, working together to solve the middle east problems. They like each other, they are both charismatic, and they both have the same goals. But the Liberals had to make it a cat fight!

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      • jello333 says:

        Yep. I don’t think it’s by chance that our/Trump’s enemies chose Russia as the “collusion partner”. Even if they believed some other country, say China, had assisted Trump in some way, the anti-Trumpers would likely still have focused their lies on Russia. If they couldn’t get Trump out of office, at least they could work really hard to keep him from accomplishing his goals. And driving wedges between him and Putin would help in that regard.

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  11. Chewbarkah says:

    Proving a conspiracy to the satisfaction of a jury is traditionally a difficult undertaking. Here the defendants are experienced, professional obfuscators. Complicated cases give jurors, selected by the defense for stupidity and bias, the justification they need to practice nullification OJ style; reasonable doubt is an easy out. I’d be fine with charging and trying a batch of the lesser individuals as individuals first. Before sentencing, some of them might turn loquacious, and provide the insider testimony requisite to prove conspiracy among other defendants. If they don’t, do not pursue conspiracy charges against the rest — just convict them for what they have done. (All this sage advice assumes no hard evidence emerges with people on video saying “I know it’s wrong, but let’s intentionally conspire to derail Trump through illegal actions” — which is what it would take).

    Two things I find interesting:
    1) Dershowitz seems to be the only talking head on the left that has much to say on this subject. Is that because others can’t mount much of a defense, or is there a Dem-media understanding to kill the story by not talking about it? Is Dershowitz off-leash, or is he the designated hitter?
    2) That the evidence of misconduct is so obvious, that the debate is not over whether it occurred, but over the question of conspiracy versus a host of Democrats just happening to commit the same crimes, leaks, abuses of office, etc., for the same motives in the same time frame.

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    • rayvandune says:

      Dershowitz is either a fool or a co-conspirator, and I lean toward the latter. His “bunch of actions in retrospect” is an insult to our intelligence. He is so used to equivocating, he reflexively adds “on both side” when cornered and forced to admit to abuses! I don’t want to hear his crap again, he is just there to try to polish a cowpie and tell us it’s chocolate.

      The only person worth listening to here is Joe de Genova, who lays it on the line. Somebody tell Hannity to shut up and go get a haircut that doesn’t look like he should be singing “Sweet Adeline”!

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  12. Put me down for conspiracy.

    Why is Peter Kadzik, John Podesta’s attorney, forgotten in this Russian dossier fiasco?

    Kadzik “led the successful effort to confirm . . . Loretta Lynch and Sally Yates” to run the Justice Dept.

    Kadzik was a “fantastic lawyer” who “kept me out of jail” said Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Manager for President. That person was John Podesta.

    Kadzik also rewrote FISA applicants that were rejected by the court.

    More in this link:

    https://brassballs.blog/home/peter-kadzik-john-podestas-attorney-next-in-line-for-prosecution-with-james-comey

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  13. hellinahandbasket says:

    I wish everyone would use stronger, more accurate phrasing: “WEAPONIZED”.
    ‘The government of the United States weaponized law enforcement & the judicial system against its CITIZENS’… period. By using powerful government agencies against a Presidential Candidate, and subsequently a democratically elected President, this was a weapon (and continues to be a weapon) used against ALL citizens of the United States, whether you voted for Donald Trump or not. It does not matter which side of the isle, which candidate, or which President, a government agency used against ANY political candidate, for which American Citizens cast a vote, is a direct shot at all of us.

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    • Orygun says:

      That is the reason a lot of good Americans don’t run for office! The left has the complete power of the government to smear you and your family. Art Robinson’s children were harassed while attending Oregon State because Art dared to run against long time Rep. Defazio.

      Oregon State was a conservative aggy school and is now just another sjw hangout thanks to the weaponized government and their grants.

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  14. The Real Bob_W says:

    30,000′ overview:
    – reader since January;
    – Constitutionalist in politics; libertarian (small “L”) at personal level;
    – paid attention to Mom & Dad.
    One of Mom’s truisms was, “If you can’t say something good about a person, don’t say anything at all.”
    Here’s everything good I have to say about Alan Dershowitz: “He’s a public Constitutionalist – when he thinks it’ll help disguise his actual self.” Other than that, the man – and the very many others of his ilk no one need to look far to find on “The Swamp Stage” – makes me ill.

    Meanwhile, I still retain flickering hope people (At least a few? Please?) will actually be held legally accountable, at some level(s?), of the rampant sedition and treason associated with the 2016 presidential election.

    I genuinely appreciate the work/great job “Sundance” and his/her crew continue to do on all his/her/their educational fronts…ESPECIALLY the attempted coup. Likely THE most significant national issue I’ll see in my adult lifetime…

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  15. The Demon Slick says:

    I subscribe to the watchmaker theory on conspiracy. It goes something like this.
    If you are walking in the wilderness and you find a watch, what do you think? Do you think that the metal and leather and glass just randomly fell together in such a way? Of course not. It’s too complex, too purposeful to be a coincidence. When you find a watch you know that somebody made it. On purpose.

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  16. “Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.”–Ian Fleming. He was not the great philosopher Dershowitz was conjuring when he waved his arms about.

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  17. Wow, what did I just see? A mature exchange of reasonable opposing views? How can this be possible? Someone will probably be fired for this… (sarc)

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  18. Michael says:

    IMO Dershowitz is gaslighting.
    The was no conspiracy. Just a lot of independent actions.
    Oh by the way everyone knows the sun rises in the west.
    Trust me.
    I wrote a book.
    Remember the sun rises in the west.

    Gaslighting is a form of manipulation that seeks to sow seeds of doubt in a targeted individual or in members of a targeted group, hoping to make them question their own memory, perception, and sanity. Using persistent denial, misdirection, contradiction, and lying, it attempts to destabilize the target and delegitimize the target’s belief.

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  19. redridge45 says:

    The Accidental “Insurance Policy”…name for Dersh’s newer book!

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  20. jello333 says:

    How is it possible that Sundance’s rhetorical skills are getting even better? I mean, the beginning to this post is a work of art. Writing out the long list of names, and allowing the reader to come to their own conclusion… simplicity and complexity all wrapped together. I hope Dersh sees this.

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  21. CNN_sucks says:

    All by design except Trump is smarter than them.

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  22. Grassleygirl/Breitbartista says:

    Remember folks we in flyover country,the deplorables, little people, low info voters (Hillary ‘s description of us) when speaking to her fellow elites just don’t matter.
    They despise us Trump supporters, don’t ever forget that. It is their intent to keep the two tiered system of justice in place.
    Everyone in the swamp aspires to be in the elite club.Just follow the money.
    Those in academia, the bar association, the DNC (most of which are attorneys ),Rinos, Hollyweird and MSM are all Co -conspirators .
    Sundance ‘s3 pronged approach lays it all out in terms even us regular folks can grasp.
    Bottom line: ENOUGH.
    Equal justice under the law.
    This great experiment in liberty and equal justice for all ,will not survive if we don’t hold all accountable for it..
    We can’t lose the house people ,you all know this.
    Lord God please fortify us to win this battle by Your Grace..Amen
    Then we must help our VSGPDJT “Drain the Swamp”.

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  23. Southrider says:

    Alan Dershowitz is ESTABLISHSMENT. His role is to be a firewall preventing this from becoming whast it really should be – prosecution of Obama et al for SEDITION. When Muller’s team did no knock raids they used FORCE in the pursuit of overthrowing the elected president.

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  24. SharkFL says:

    Is Dershowitz the last line of defense for the swamp? As a Harvard guy, does he know a lot more about the crimes in academia and government than he lets on? Could it be because he is intimately involved in much of this illegality. Did Alan Dershowitz fly on the Epstein private plane? Was he in attendance at the murder parties on Epstein’s island? Time to put Mr. Dershowitz under oath.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      First, let’s applaud SD for picking the perfect point up in the video here distinguishing the respective positions of Joe diGenova and Alan Dershowitz.

      While folks are being somewhat harsh, Dershowitz is guilty of holding to his original position, nothing more. He’s attempting to hold to that position decrying diGenova’s position of a coordinated frame job against Presidential candidate Donald Trump.

      Nothing wrong there and it will come out in the wash. As diGenova correctly points out, the unmasking process will tell another tale of truth. Dershowitz will walk back his position while saying he hoped none of this was necessary from the outset. This is more a semantical position. Btw, my understanding is Dershowitz took Epstein’s plane north to Canada on a trip, not south to Lolita Island.

      Putting this aside, I hold Joe diGenova in the highest esteem. He’s not mincing words; he says what he believes. There’s no book or posturing at all. He like most of us sees the criminal abuse of power and wants all those invovled held to account. Both he and his wife, Victoria Toesing are great Americans.

      Look, it’s going to hit the fan. There’s no question about that now. Many of us have been following what I’ve called the Russia Collusion Hoax since the election. SD has been QBing this the entire way and he’s on a Pulitzer course. We’re awaiting what diGenova rightfully calls the biggest political scandal in US history. We just don’t know how many elements will dovetail into that oozing bowl spinning more rapidly in its descent.

      Dangerous time as it’s becoming evident to more Americans what’s transpired. That means the counter to foster any narrative to distract from the massive criminality becomes a greater danger. Pray for our Republic folks and POTUS, his family and all the great Patriots who serve this nation.

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      • Steve says:

        Fine comment – and from a man with “smart” in his name. the fan is indeed going to lose its pristine white hue as it’s buried in the brown stuff. A point that is often forgotten is how reasonable Trump is behaving about all this. Sure, he sends out his tweets but the guy’s unnaturally calm about it. That to me means that he knows he has it under control. A lot of people on the Dem side of Washington are going to have sleepless nights.

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  25. Ned Zeppelin says:

    Mr. Dersh is a very subtle and sophisticated advocate for the bad guys. To me it is so clear: his job, as he sees it, is to make soothing noises about “nothing to see here” and to encourage doubt in the minds of those who would seek total justice. It is true that we should separate despicable politically motivated behavior from the truly criminal, and some offensive behavior will go unpunished, but I suspect there is plenty of criminal activity buried inside Uranium One, Clinton Foundation “pay to play,” and Anthony Weiner’s laptop. Some may escape, since that is how our criminal justice system works, but not everyone will be so lucky or slippery. So let Alan talk on the talk shows, and make his arguments, it won’t matter in the long run. He is arguing policy, and the law is the law.

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  26. Ned Zeppelin says:

    Or as someone above more succinctly put it – Dersh is gaslighting us, plain and simple. Completely sincerely and even faux-affectionately as well, which is important to effective gaslighting.

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  27. And ANOTHER (third) named witness denied that the alleged grope ever happened, and no such party took place.

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