BINGO – Two Interviews Highlight Current Democrat Media Objective – George Stephanopoulos and Jonathan Turley…

Remember the January 2012 ABC Presidential primary debate when out of nowhere George Stephanopoulos asked Mitt Romney: if access to contraception was protected under the constitution?   [Please watch to remind yourself.]  In 2012 no-one knew what the heck that was about… the question literally came out of left-field.  Less than a week later the Democrats began introducing Sandra Fluke, and the rest is history.  ABC was working hand-in-hand with the DNC to CREATE a narrative out of thin air.

Well, as you watch this interview today, notice the EXACT SAME framework being applied to the Stormy Daniels story.  Seriously, watch the Stephanopoulos presentation, it’s spooky…. this is narrative engineering:

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Before anyone starts saying Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, etc. etc., has nothing to do with Stormy Daniels, pay very close attention to what George Stephanopoulos is doing in that interview. Then listen to Johnathan Turley who appeared serendipitously on CBS:

Jonathan Turley is a constitutional law professor at George Washington University and joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss how the Stormy Daniels case and the Russia Investigation could play out legally for President Trump.

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This is where the Lawfare crew, the nest of rabid legal hate-operatives, not coincidentally where former FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker just announced he is going to work, is scripting the latest refined instructions for their “Insurance Policy”.

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642 Responses to BINGO – Two Interviews Highlight Current Democrat Media Objective – George Stephanopoulos and Jonathan Turley…

  1. starfcker says:

    Turdley is just making things up. Even a weasel lawyer would have trouble believing that a wealthy man having a fixer is obstruction of justice worthy of taking a President down. Time is running out for these pieces of sh#t. Sessions, where are you?

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  2. jeans2nd says:

    The first thing taught in intel school is, the answer to every question is Yes Sir/Ma’am, No Sir/Ma’am. name-rank-serial number.

    Why did RGuiliani continue in Stephanwhatsits line of questioning after answering the question? MRomney’s behavior is understandable, Romney is stupid, but RGuiliani should know better.
    There is no disgrace to answering “I do not know” to any question, especially those questions in which “I do not know” is the truthful answer.

    Turley has tarnished his bona fides by appearing on Fox, and needed to redeem himself. Sad, especially if Turley is actually teaching this stuff to actual law students.

    Contrary to popular Swamp belief, we in Trump Flyover are not stupid. We have seen this dog and pony show before, and it did not work. Stephanwhatsits of all people should know that.

    And someone please, tell RGuiliani to just.stop.talking.

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    • Konamon says:

      NOOOO! He is taking them out. Just you wait an see. I like it. A lot. All he gotta do is agree with em’. Sorta. Brilliant. Where they go from here? Own it all an kick their slimey little ass. That little leftist midget.

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  3. limelite001 says:

    If ONLY Staphylococcus was as interested in the Hillary Clinton email server scandal as in Stormy Daniels. I’m not sure why Rudy didn’t call Staphylococcus out and ask why he was so interested in Stormy and not ANY of the Dem scandals. It’s time to fight the Democrat Media Arm with their own fire.

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    • Konamon says:

      He can always get another job…

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      • Konamon says:

        I do not know how long I will be up on CTH till Word Press kicks me out,,,, but will keep clawin’away.
        Howie

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        • Shadrach says:

          Keep clawing. I thought it was you 🙂

          You don’t need wordpress. I don’t have an account, and all I can’t do is “like” comments. I feel bad about my inability to let people know I like their comments 😦 but it’s not the end of the world.

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          • october says:

            Forgive me for jumping in on your comment but I thought I had to have a WP account. Most of the time I wanted to “like” comments; there are so many made here that are excellent. And Sundance is my go to expert daily. I am just in awe of his analysis. So let’s see if I can comment without a WP account.

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            • steph_gray says:

              FWIW, I’ve never had a WP account & have been commenting here since 2015 sometime. When I want to like something I just post a kudos reply under it. Easy peasy.

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          • Sunshine says:

            Same here re inability to like comments. 🙂

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        • Marica says:

          Why does WP kick you out? too much Sessions bashing 😉 lol/s

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          I don’t have word press either. I did register and what a nightmare. Did you know you cannot cancel your account on word press?

          Also began getting all these notifications I was suddenly registered in all kind of sites…..anyway…

          So I just created a new e-mail account, put a 66 on the end of my name, Ad rem checked me out, and if I like something I just give the thumbs up.

          No more issues

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          • Huh….I have had a WP account for a number of years and only resurrected it for CTH. I have not had even one problem with WP, no addition to any other sites, only an occasional e-mail. Maybe my little contributions aren’t worthy of their notice – LOL! Good! Guess I am flying under their radar.

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        • RyderLee says:

          Hi Howie ! Saw you post on a different thread
          and thought , Thats got to be Howie !
          Happy to see You ☺

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      • frankie says:

        One has to be male to be a stallion. Scratch Stepinallofit.

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    • Newt Love says:

      > “If ONLY Staphylococcus was as interested in the Hillary Clinton email server scandal as in Stormy Daniels. …”

      Staphylococcus is just pounding on the Trump team because Strumpy McDangles is “hot” and was consensual (if it actually happened), while all of the women that Staphylococcus’ President, WJC’s conquests and rapes were “not so hot.”

      Staphylococcus is just jealous that WJC didn’t get to bang Strumpy McDangles, and wants to get WJC a shot at her.

      As far as Staphylococcus being interested in fairness in media, he is only a few mental steps from bringing a loaded weapon into the ABC studio and shooting Trump supporting commentators.

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  4. ForGodandCountry says:

    WTH is Rudy even talking to the enemedia??? WTH is he giving Tiny George Snufflopagus even 60 seconds of his time, knowing that little runt is 100% Clintonista filth??

    Sundance talks about “narrative engineering”.

    THAT’S ALL THESE PEOPLE DO!

    Look up —–> “JOURNOLIST”

    Here….lemme help….enough on here that is accurate for you to get the picture….

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JournoList

    Btw…..when is Team Trump going to publicly tweet and start talking about the Lawfare blog and Ben Wittes….put public heat and spotlight on these PUNKS??? Specifically, when is Team Trump going to start INFORMING the public about the use of LAWFARE as a means of perpetrating war upon America??

    It’s time to identify lawyers….and more specifically places like the American Bar Association and the Lawfare blog…..as domestic enemies to our Republic.

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    • Konamon says:

      Dunno…Geuss Trump figgers he is president. Of all the people. Not jus us who voted for him. Even the worst of the worst. If they are citizens. You can not be jus president of the ones who voted for ya I Think. All of us are …WE..the people. The least an the best. Ahhhh Dunno?

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Did you listen to the interview.? If you did you would have heard Rudy laughing at all of Georgie’s questions and laying out answers and statements that are direct scatter shots at Mueller SC, John Kerry, Bill Clinton’s past, Judge Ellis saying they’re out-of-control, the Hillary Clinton’s “treatment” FBI interview, government misconduct is acclimating, …

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      • Sharon says:

        Tony is a troll!

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      • The Boss says:

        Yeah Mickey. Something interesting is going on with Rudy. He’s been a distraction. Twice in less than a week. Rudy has dealt with real killers. A pussy like Stephanopoulos is hardly a challenge. And the way Rudy ended….”You’ve always been fair to me George” was ambiguous. Was it thanks or disappointment?

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      • Chris Four says:

        I gave up because Rudy should not be talking to anyone about this case. All he has is hearsay information which makes him sound like an idiot. His first answer should have been I do not know anything about the case and I am not going to speculate. Rudy keeps digging a hole and only screws things up more.

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      • PDQ says:

        “government misconduct” is Rudy’s NARRATIVE.

        He is saying it in EVERY interview,

        BIGGEST difference is that what Rudy is saying is 100% TRUE…not made up to push a diabolical agenda.

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      WTF.? Rudy laid into Georgie and blew out every scenario his script had written…

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I guess the difference is if you are looking at it like a lawyer or viewing it as the public would.

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    • sat0422 says:

      I disagree….I don’t think he fumbled but I do think he was getting out in front of something that may be coming out soon and it’s always better to be in front of an issue.

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    • clairebee says:

      That should be a full page ad in a major publication somewhere. “let the right know that it should be in a state of constant fear”. This has been going on for 10+ years! If Trump had not been elected, the People would not know much of what is being done behind the scenes to wage a war that will annihilate all Conservatives.

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  5. Ed Lester says:

    This is a self-inflicted wound by President Trump. Don’t hang around porn stars if you’re a married celebrity and/or have presidential aspirations. I support him on a lot, but not on this. He learned nothing from Gary Hart, Bill Clinton, or John Edwards.

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    • 12 years ago he was not anywhere around politics…

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    • G3 says:

      Lester- what part of the 12 year old NDA do you reject? How many of Mr. Trump and Ms. Clifford’s denials do you reject? I reject Extortionists.

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    • Konamon says:

      Baloney..A president is responsible for all citizens and our States. Whatsamattau? U a dope. Degenerate. Backkatcha Punk.

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    • Sharon says:

      Trump didn’t hang around her! She was hanging around him at the golf course! That’s what whores do! That’s were the rich are and stormy is a gold digger!

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      It was a pic from a golf tournament 12 years ago.
      There is no way in hell, a stripper/porn star, would take $80K as a payoff for a legit claim against a Presidential candidate. It’s too low.
      $130K – 10K for expense = $120K/3 = $40K for the atty and $80K for Stormy.
      Standard numbers, common numbers for plaintiff’s lawyers.

      I have accountants on retainer, I have attorneys on retainer, and I am no billionaire. I’m just a little bitty biz person.
      I don’t really notice when the expenses higher than normal. I do notice when my electric bill goes up in the summer time, but I could not tell you what my electric bill was for October of 2016, and I was not a Presidential candidate.

      I can easily see Trump “just learning about this” about 10 days ago (Hang on – let me dig out the bill from that month and take a look at it), considering Cohen was on a $35k/month retainer. That does not mean Trump lied about it.

      AND, I can see Cohen taking care of the entire thing without bothering Trump, especially in October of 2016. Atty’s on retainer have almost a power of Attorney with their clients. The longer the relationship, the more Cohen would be willing to pay the amount of $130K because he knew he would be paid back at some point, somehow.

      But you will never convince me, a porn star, with a legit claim, who could destroy a presidential candidate, would settle for only $80K.
      No way.

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      • trialbytruth says:

        Does anyone think he actually pays his own layers bill . I have to think he has people for that.

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      • Judiciary says:

        I agree. She was looking for easy money and BECAUSE she was LYING she was fine with $130k. She knew he couldn’t easily disprove her claim. That’s an extortionist’s dream set-up. As I said easy money. But “someone” found out about her BS claim and “helped” her see it was worth violating her contract to expose the story for fame and greater wealth especially if she could end his Presidency.

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      • reply to m daughnworks247 …:huummm” are U confessing to being a whoremonger RT 2nd paragraph

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    • big bad mike says:

      Yeah. He shot himself.In 2006. Took a photo with a Porn Queen. Who would have thought he would run for POTUS in 2016? My sister’s are really straight and narrow and frankly my dear (Ed Lester), they don’t give a damn.

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    • MM says:

      These are the exact same comments you made last week on this same topic……..
      Give it a rest……

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    • booger71 says:

      President Trump “hanging around porn stars”? I haven’t seen any proof.

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      • singingsoul says:

        With célèbre is how often do they take a pic with a person not knowing they are porn stars or killers or communists or whatever? Now it is a crime to take a pic with someone and later find out they are a whore?
        Non of us were there and I believe P trump over a porn$$$$ any time. She is extorting the president blackmailed him for a Louis pic he took with her and she exspanded .

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        • Deplorable and Proud says:

          I agree! Our VSGPOTUS is far too clever to put himself in a compromising position like this. I’m fairly certain he could have foreseen the problems this could cause in his professional and personal life and would not have put everything at risk for a one-nighter with a sleazy, classless whore with freakish boobs. She settled cheap b/c this whole story was just bogus attempt at extortion. President Trump was a wealthy, successful, famous businessman and probably came across trash like Stormy all the time. That’s most likely why Cohen took care of it w/o even bothering him.
          Another thing…ever notice how the left drags out these loser women to point their dirt-encrusted fingers at any Conservative politician who is gaining traction in the polls? And as soon as they’ve done their damage, they take their money and disappear. It’s disgusting. Makes me ashamed to be female.

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        • daughnworks247 says:

          On not knowing who you are taking pics with—– Ever been to a car show? A convention in Vegas? A corporate junket to Mexico? Ever take pics?

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      • shadowcole says:

        I agree, President Trump is a known germaphobe. Do we really think he would want her or for that matter need to do anything with a porn star. He’s a gazillionaire. Why in hell would he need her when he have any woman? I don’t believe her story and that anything more than niceties happened between them.

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        • Michaela says:

          Shadowcole, I have been saying that all along. President Trump is a GERMAPHOBE. Germaphobes would NEVER have sex with a porn star. Never. Can you imagine the diseases you are taking a chance with. I hear people, that are pro-Trump, say I don’t care either way if he had sex with her or not, it doesn’t phase me. I don’t care either. But my point is, I know he didn’t and I believe him.

          On another note, George Stephonpoass makes me want to puke. I can’t stand watching him. What a jerk.

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      • lisabrqwc says:

        And even if so, who cares. How about we get to see the names on the hush fund payouts made with OUR money on behalf of members of Congress?

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    • Marica says:

      C’mon man!

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Marica,

        You crack me up….But with your polka dot hat….a mint julip in your hand and watching the horses run…..

        “Come on man!😎

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    • Judiciary says:

      Why do you assume he ever hung “around porn stars”? It has been made clear that like many high profile people, Donald Trump was and is a magnet for extortionists. He paid into a fund with Cohen for the purpose of paying off people like the porn star rather than drag it out into the open. That he would be unaware of who was paid off and when is how these things work. She agreed the payoff would be it. But, obviously money poured in that made it worth renigging on her agreement to take the cash and keep quiet.

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    • cozette says:

      Ed Lester I suppose you would have joined with the Pharisees in admonishing Jesus for hanging out with the hooker Mary Magdalene too. God’s self inflicted wound? I invite you to get out of the orchestrated MSM weeds. They serve the Prince of Lies. Why are you even listening to them?

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    • sat0422 says:

      Ed, I agree with you but wealthy men also have an “entitlement” mindset. Nothing new here and this country allows “strip joints and dens of prostitution” on every corner of every town in America…well, almost every town anyway. Prostitution pre-dates our existence as a country,
      Travel down to Tombstone, AZ and view the license of the working girls back in the silver rush days, It’s an eye opener.
      Now, this doesn’t excuse the Prez but it does explain why it is a non-issue except for the lawyers and the dame Daniels.

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    • Kintbury says:

      I actually don’t believe he did. I think he has been pretty strong denying it and I do not think he would dare even comment unless he was pretty sure of himself. I don’t know if it was fake but saw a tweet from her apparently denying anything happened to one of her friends. She has changed her story so much anyway.

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  6. It is the tyranny of the law as executed by the lawyers… we are in FACT enmeshed within a conspiracy to destroy everything and everyone opposed to the arbitrary rule of man by using the law for an emotionless destruction of which you have no understanding as to how and why… This is why Shakespeare said “The first thing we do is kill all the lawyers”.

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    • Konamon says:

      Gotta get to the Court.

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    • Tparty says:

      The modern euphemism is the rule of law repeated incessantly on mockingbird media. The law becomes so distorted, misapplied and corrupted by lawyers who get paid their billable hours win or lose … we should be demanding equal protection of and ‘from’ the ever widening web of the ‘rule of law

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  7. visage13 says:

    I watched the interview between Rudy and George this morning and I actually thought it was comical. They were both smiling at different points at the absurdity of it all. When Rudy said he wanted the same rules HRC had: not under oath, questions ahead of time, exoneration memo written before testimony etc, George cracked a smile because he knows, we know. I thought Rudy handled it beautifully.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      That part was hilarious, Visage. George was trying to play tough interrogator, but even he wanted to laugh about the “Hillary rules for interviews” stuff.

      Rudy is a funny man.

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    • MVW says:

      Rudy was 1000% better in this interview than previous ones. No facial weirdness.

      I also thought Rudy deftly used true humor to show the absurdity of this Mueller Grand Inquisitor witch hunt and double standards. +A for Rudy.

      And George comments, ‘You keep denying…’ Rudy responds ’cause you keep asking…’

      No one is buying the media smear campaign. Americans wise up fast. Americans know the game.
      Sorry George… but please, keep beating this dead horse, Republicans can use a sweep in November.

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  8. Konamon says:

    WordPress is cutting Howie off. Having hard time getting in..Will keep trying. You will know if it iz me.

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    • andi lee says:

      Howie, If you bookmarked TCTH, delete it. Clear out all your temp files, & etc. Do new search-link for TCTH, and bookmark new link. Try that, see if it helps.

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      • Konamon says:

        Well i have hadda get 2 new email an then get in so dunno. Will keep clawin.

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      • Konamon says:

        I got a ne Mac Mini my ole one Kaput.

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        • singingsoul says:

          Howi I just go to yahoo and put in “conservative treehouse” takes me here. I saved this site . I do not know why you have to bother with word press?

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          • Konamon says:

            Tell tell. I feel like cap’n hook. I iz puter lame.

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            • steph_gray says:

              Get the Brave browser and use cTH from there without WordPress. When CTH was plagued by screen refresh attacks in the default Mac browser (Safari) I put the Brave browser on all my iDevices and voila, CTH has been stable and accessible ever since. There is only one annoying bug wherein sometimes a Twitter post creates an endless blank rectangle and makes it impossible to read that rest of the CTH page it happened on. But excellent otherwise!

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          • Konamon says:

            Now The Misfits are kickin’. Oh NO! Acck Should not dooooothissss!

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        • Gary says:

          You do realize that ‘kaput
          ” spelled backwards is Tupak?

          Sorry Howie I just couldn’t resist!

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    • starfcker says:

      Stop signing into WordPress. Just go to CTH and comment. Unfortunately, you can’t like other people’s posts, but that’s it. And WordPress has nothing to do with you

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      • Konamon says:

        So log out an go to comment? Ahhh Dunno. This is funny. Gettin large.

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        • Sandra-VA says:

          Howie – I do not have a wordpress account at all. If I want to comment, I hit reply either under a post (such as now) or at bottom of page for a new post…. I enter my email address and then my user name and hit post comment.

          I have theconservativetreehouse.com saved as a bookmark, I don’t go through a search engine to find it. Because it is a bookmark, I can just start typing (I usually just type C) and then I click the link that I saved.

          Hope that helps!

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          • 🍺Gunny66 says:

            Don’t log into word press. Just as stated, if you want to comment, just click the reply, or go to the bottom.

            Your first new comment will not show immediately. Ad rem checks you out first. But after that, any comment you make is easy. Your name and e-mail are automatically filled in.

            And, you cannot do “like” if you are not logged into word press or receive those auto notifications.

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            • 🍺Gunny66 says:

              Oh yeah, on your first comment you have to fill in your name and e-mail after your comment….Hit done.. then fill in your name….You might be able to use Howie again…Then hit post

              Again, Ad rem will check you out, then it is easy

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          • CountryClassVulgarian says:

            Same here. Could not figure out the whole WP thing. I just hit reply and post away. As someone said up thread I can’t “like” posts that I like, so I just reply instead.

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            • CountryClassVulgarian says:

              Oh!! And doing it this way means you can’t correct typos either…

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              • steph_gray says:

                Well you _can_ correct typos, plus wordos (sometimes hilarious) introduced by WP spellcheck – _if_ you’re lucky enough to find and fix them before clicking Post Comment.

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            • jello333 says:

              Yeah, but that’s one of the disadvantages of not using WP… I don’t think you can “like” comments unless you do. And also, of course, you don’t get to add a cute little personal avatar, should you want to! 🙂

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          • TheTNPatriot says:

            Tried this.

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            • TheTNPatriot says:

              Sorry. Should have been more specific. Tried to enter email and user name and post comment. It Works!
              Am on Discuss and post every couple of days / weeks. Read a lot.
              Especially appreciate Sundance! Thank you.

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  9. andi lee says:

    MSM has scrubbed their video links to Avenatti’s interview, with knowledge of Cohen wire tap & the raid.

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    • Konamon says:

      Whoop de doo!

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      • andi lee says:

        Ignore his 2nd paragragh, Howie. I was trying for the actual Avenatti video I watched last week. People saw it, comments-galore but noone save a copy that I could find, except a stillshot & voice-automated with typed-text, not Avenatti saying he had prior knowledge of Cohen wiretapped & of the raid.

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    • Konamon says:

      We can either have Trump or a totalitarian polices state with NO Fun allowed, ever. That is yer choice, One way or another….

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    • Publius2016 says:

      So true…except for the fact that there was a contract signed with copies! The only “surveillance” they have is exculpatory! Otherwise “the tape” would’ve been released!

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      • Charlotte says:

        The hypocrisy. Demoncraps like Bill Clinton can rape and attack women willy nilly WHILE PRESIDENT.
        If Trump had a dalliance with this nafka, it was years before he became POTUs
        How many Dem names are in the DC Madam’s little black book?

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    • iswhatitis says:

      BREAKING: Some lying sleazebag attorney makes up some bullshit. If we fantasize about the bullshit, in our dreams we win!

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    • MVW says:

      “If they have Cohen on the phone w/ Trump discussing this, Trump in implicated!”
      If the cow jumped over the moon, if the oceans were Jack Daniels Whiskey, if…

      We are talking Trump. To Trump, everything is wiretapped. Why else does he conduct business on the golf course, Billy Bush is history, no one will tell him the weather.

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    • DrNo76 says:

      But what is/was the basis for any tap/pen register on Cohen? The Porn star thing is a civil case. Where’s the hook to get to a criminal investigation??

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      Word on the street is that Cohen taped all his conversations. Cohen has been Trump’s attorney for years. Think Trump didn’t know this? And I don’t even believe there is any wrong doing on teh President’s part.

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      • cozette says:

        Q suggested that this Cohen kerfuffle was a way for Team Trump to legally interject evidence and get on the record. He’s said they bait the ememy and they take the bait EVERY time. I’m taking Qs advice to pray and enjoy the showing realizing that the Art of War teaches victory requires deception and the skillful use of double and triple agents. Things are never what they appear. Thank God the enemy is STUPID and never faced adversaries who’ve seriously studied Sun Tzu and Machiavelli and learned how to apply their teachings.

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    • Kintbury says:

      You would have to believe that Trump thought his conversations were not recorded. Pull the other one.

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  10. WSB says:

    Steve Hilton’s show is covering all of this tonight. It started on Fox at 9:00 PM.

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  11. People need to switch leftwing media off! Advertisers need viewers!

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  12. Publius2016 says:

    So funny People want America’s Mayor off the case…it’s like President Trump has all the pieces in place to bring JUSTICE TO AMERICA! It’s like FEDERAL JUDGES ARE TRYING TO HOLD THE LINE ON EVIDENCE TOO! Remember the Buddy Ranch??? How did that turn out?

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  13. joeknuckles says:

    It sounded to me like Little Georgie was reading questions directly from Mueller’s team, trying to help them build a BS case. That tells me they have nothing. Why even send people to talk to these guys? Look what happened when they allowed Pence to be cross-examined on TV about Flynn.

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  14. missilemom says:

    Coming in late to the conversation; my take-away is that Turley says POTUS can be indicted. This is contrary to what we have heard from DiGenava and Dershowitz. George S is going after the civil case with parallels to Bill Clinton/Paula Jones where Clinton was subpoenaed but made a deal to interview to avoid service of subpoena. The trap is Stormy Daniels/civil case. Guilliani needs to take an interview vacation.

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    • Konamon says:

      OK Jonathathan…why don’t you go try an bring him in. U little professor! Trump would kick your puny ass. Shill.

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      • Chris Four says:

        Turley is a constitutional professor who has a good tv presence. He is asked a specific question and gives you his opinion based on how he understands and interprets the information he has.

        Based on what he said you can see that Rudy needed to shut up. Everyone thinks they are helping Trump, but by running their mouths they could be doing more harm then good.

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    • linda4298 says:

      First of all she signed an NDA, signed and sealed, she violated it, no paralells with Jones or Lewinsky, Paula accused Clinton of harassment, he took bad advice to testify, he lost.

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      • jello333 says:

        Clinton should NEVER have testified, or answered any questions of any type. Whether you love him or hate him, Bill should never have said a thing. And while I want every person, no matter how high up, to be held accountable if they commit crimes, I very much agree with others who say a sitting president should NOT be subject to indictment. Impeachment if it’s justified?… fine. But not criminal indictment in an outside court.

        Why do I say that? Well because the enemies of the president — no matter who that president is — will ALWAYS be able to find at least one person willing to LIE about something, ANYTHING in order to “get to” that president. The rule for any civil or criminal case against a sitting president should be: The case will remain open, but suspended until that president leaves office. Then, and only then, will it proceed.

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  15. John Rawls says:

    (1) Really is shameful that Giuliani can’t control the conversation better. Why is he doing these long interviews about Stormy? I get the gist of short circuiting the Cohen fraud case by fessing up to the payments. But Jezus, get your talking points straight, keep it short and sweet, and don’t go off road. Giuliani is unprepared and not ready for combat duty.

    (2) What’s the connection of Turley to Lawfare? I didn’t follow Turley’s assertion that Trump could be dinged for obstruction in Stormy case. Hopefully, I just heard that wrong, bc normally Turley makes sense. That didn’t make sense.

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    • Konamon says:

      Turley is a ‘professor’ he haz no more sway than you, or I. Jus a talkin’ head on the crooke d tv.

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    • Chris Four says:

      Good take on Rudy. He should not be talking about the SD case if he is not directly involved. He just sounds like an idiot who has free time and just wants to talk.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      John, there is no direct connection between Turley and Lawfare blog. I think what the point is, for Sundance, is that there is a kind of “crowdsourcing” element going on for the Get Trump Group in that they will bandy about ideas of how to try to take him down. And much of that musing happens on Lawfare blog and its allies.

      Turley, in this instance, is acting like a Lawfare blogger even if he is not, in fact, one of them. Maybe he came up with “Stormy Obstruction” himself, or maybe he saw it somewhere like Lawfare? Who knows. But, with his theory, he’s aiding the cause of manufacturing an angle to try to take down Trump legally. And that is the connection here; Turley is acting as a useful idea in the Lawfare mode.

      My guess is, if “obstruction” were supposedly found in the Cohen/Stormy/Trump matter, then that finding could be turned over to Congress to address. Because they are the only body that has authority over the president.

      I believe this is what Turley meant. That is, Mueller may not have found any real obstruction in the Russia investigation but perhaps the Stormy case could “provide” such a thing for Mueller and those who want to take down Trump.

      Now, would that “obstruction finding” go through Mueller? I don’t know. Maybe it would come from the SDNY people (case handed off from Mueller) or maybe it would come from the civil case Stormy filed against Cohen/Trump in LA.

      I think there is a very good chance that this Stormy case was brought not just for money and fame, but also as an aid to the coupists in the hopes of generating some kind of process crime against Trump during the lawsuit/case. Just as the SDNY case against Cohen seems to be.

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    • JustinMurican says:

      “Why is he doing these interviews about Stormy?” My guess is…. because he knows it’s a joke (just count the number of times he giggles)…and because he knows the FISA/Uranium 1/ OIG Report/ is about to drop and DESTROY our US Pravda and all the rest of the commies that support them. Seriously… it’s about to get REAL up in here!!!

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      • Kintbury says:

        I think Trump has evidence to the contrary on Stormy as he is not afraid to broach the subject. I think they are baiting them.

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  16. joeknuckles says:

    Ok, I just thought of a great idea for a spoof sitcom. “Get Trump” could be patterned after the old “Get Smart” show. It would feature bumbling, idiotic crooked FBI, CIA & DOJ officials trying to build a case against PDJT.

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  17. Konamon says:

    Good Grief….troll city.

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  18. Konamon says:

    Now. Imagine u are elected POTUS…by golly u r POTUS of the USA. The USA is WE ..WE the people. Not jus us. even them….horrors. But yes even them. We gotta get back….to where we belong. USA everyone. Ya can’t be president of jus some of the people. Once ya win it is all the people. Am I missing something? Ahhh Dunno. I am tired of the bickering.

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  19. jack says:

    Stop with the Troll Comments already. Be nice! Just because some people see the interviews a little different from you, accept it and state your view with respect for other people’s views.

    Sundance wrote that George was using the same tactic with Giuliani that he had used in the past to hurt another person. And was just advising Trump Mouth-piece to be very careful because it’s a trap, and don’t speak off the cuff.

    George hit Giuliani with machine gun type questions , going after only one topic, …Stormy … to try to get a sound bite that could be used against Trump.

    In the whole Hannity Interview with Giuliani , the MSM only focused on 30 seconds, that had to do with Stormy and Trump team had to spend 3-4 days trying to calm the storm.

    I like Giuliani, and I think all the people commenting like him, but if he speaks off the cuff, and just rambles … it can be used against Trump.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      it can only be used in the media. It is not worth a damn in court if he qualifies his statements with; i dont know, all i know is rumors, not sure of the time table.

      He is a lawyer he is not hurting his client just making the media chew on bones with no meat.

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      • jack says:

        I agree if he keeps it to “I don’t know” … I just came on the case and Stormy is not something I’m willing to discuss, I’ll leave it to Trump’s other lawyers”.

        The whole interview with George was just about Stormy, and Giuliani was trying to take it to other areas, but George shot back with another Stormy question, and then another Stormy question.

        George never moved on to another topic. And Giuliani didn’t put a stop to it, but continued to be drawn in.

        I’m not here to discuss Stormy, but this is what I want to discuss with you and take questions on these other topics. 🙂

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      well you just proved his comments on trolls.
      Your Demanding he shut up.
      And it was an interesting discussion, until the trolls did show up

      Well Bless your heart
      Bye

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  20. Mickey Wasp says:

    Dunno if y’all been watchin Levin with DiGenova and Bongino…
    Hittin it out of the park – keep uppin each other on the crimes of the past.
    Sure, Sundance is taping and laughing and getting ready for new article.

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    • jack says:

      Levin and DiGenova have been hitting homeruns lately in every interview I’ve seen. Those 2 guys are clean up batter’s and it’s fun to see them in action … knock it out of the park! 🙂

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  21. Deplore Able says:

    Sessions is not recused on this matter. DOJ policy precludes the possibility of indictment of a sitting President. Whatever the FBI reports will never be acted upon.

    Perhaps Sessions orders (suggests) to Christopher Wray that the FBI shouldn’t waste time investigating a matter that can’t possibly lead to charges.

    Any results of the investigation will have to be classified because of its sensitive nature. Leakers will be prosecuted.

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  22. CrawfishFestival says:

    Stormy Daniels should be ashamed of herself, and anyone who plays into her CON GAME = SHAKEDOWN of a citizen, and now a sitting POTUS.
    Stephanoupolous started his career as an investigative journalist – when he resigned from the White House – during The Clinton Administration – full well “knowing” the “matters” w Monica Lewinsky was going to be a SCANDAL for Bill Clinton.
    Stephanoupoulous was getting ahead of the Game to run interference for The Clintons by positioning himself early on as a newscaster.

    He is still helping The Clintons to downplay their CRIMINAL acts – as well as pushing their Stormy Daniels Charade as if she is a Victim.

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  23. jmclever says:

    From the Turley interview we learn that Mueller thought up a crime and is in search of evidence to support it. When he can’t make one work, he tries another. That’s why he’s going back and forth bet collusion and obstruction. Second is that the raid on Cohen’s offices were on a warrant about the Stormy Daniels nonsense. You don’t violate attorney client privilege for something so mundane as a nuisance settlement. More gov’t misconduct!

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  24. Amazing show tonight on Fox: Levin with Joe Digenova and Dan Bongino, calmly laying out the case, most of which CTH readers are more than familiar with. It was a very scholarly discussion of all the Constitutional ramifications of Mueller’s witch hunt, plus some great analysis of all the legal stuff. Very much worth watching if available.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Crawfish, Thanks for making me laugh!
      I KNOW what you meant, and agree with the sentiment, but,,,,,”Stormy Daniels should be ashamed of herself (paraphrasing inference) for her dealings?
      Sorry, im an old fashioned guy, but seems to me she did LOTS of things she should be mortified over, long before she got anywhere near Trump.
      Oh,…I don’t know, having sex for $, ditto and having it filmed and distributed,…
      Again, thanks for the chuckle, and i agree shes a skank, just doubtful she’s ashamed of anything.

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    • Southern Trumpette says:

      Levin’s show will be rebroadcast on Fox at midnight Central Time. It was excellent .

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    • ezpz2 says:

      I dvr’d itfor later or tomorrow viewing. Thanks, now I will watch. Sometimes I dvr but end up erasing w/o watching.
      Time is finite for mortals.

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  25. fred5678 says:

    If I were Rudy, I would ask Steffi how he kept his “unbiased” journalist job after donating hundreds of thousands of $$$ to the nefarious Clinton Foundation. And then walk off the set, saying, “Call me when you have a legitimate, unbiased interviewer here at ABC.”

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  26. scott467 says:

    “Well, as you watch this interview today, notice the EXACT SAME framework being applied to the Stormy Daniels story. Seriously, watch the Stephanopoulos presentation, it’s spooky…. this is narrative engineering:”

    _____________________

    If you go on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, et al, you get what you deserve.

    I can’t get upset over it, when our side does the same thing, over and over and over and over (and over) again, expecting a different result.

    It’s worse than battered conservative syndrome.

    If the WH and the white hats want to change the paradigm, they can do so tomorrow, by announcing that they will no longer to ANY interviews with Fake News Media.

    Why are they doing interviews with Fake News Media anyway… does Trump believe they’re fake, or doesn’t he?

    Then they can announce the legitimate news outlets where the administration WILL be doing interviews.

    Sure, the American Pravda Media will have a conniption fit.

    Let them. They’re irrelevant, and nothing will show that more to the entire country than their inability to even get an interview or get a question answered by the president or his administration.

    But no.

    Our side has made a career of purposely stepping on rakes, hoping maybe the next time it won’t pierce their forehead like an ice-pick (again… and again… and again…. and again).

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  27. westernwhere says:

    How much tolerance do Americans have for George Blahblahopolous’s tedious stupidity?

    Or put another way, isn’t his tenacious unwillingness to accept reality the exact same reason Americans elected Donald Trump?

    I think the vassel class still don’t understand that we are not the stupid ones.

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  28. Delibero says:

    I like Rudy but I hope Guiliani’s confusion and uncertainty on several issues is a brilliant tactic of some kind and not his best game. Whatever it is, it appears evasive and not controlled. He’s constantly on the defensive and trying to patch up the holes and the inconsistencies that his previous comments produce.

    Has Rudy been out of the adversarial justice system too long? If he’s going to act like this before a judge in a courtroom, it won’t go well unless he’s playing a confused possum role on purpose for now.

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    • Phil Free says:

      I’d say Rudy is a sly fox. I could see him playing loose, using his age as a ‘front’, a cover. Like kung-fu’s “Drunken Master” .. you think he’s drunk … until he’s suddenly kicked everyone’s as$. I wouldn’t underestimate him.

      I’ve gotta say, I think it was a decently brilliant move of Trump’s, to suddenly drop Rudy onto the board. I mean, come on. What better skillset could be uniquely *USEFUL* in a situation, like the one we find ourselves in now.. Rudy, former Mayor of NYC, who literally cleaned up the city. Sure, he’ll have faults. Who wouldn’t. But his strengths … his experience in dealing with the . higher levels of crime/corruption, in New York City? A proverbial pitt-bull. Perfect. Trump’s no dummy. The time for paper-pushing is past. Things are beginning to scale up.

      I think Rudy will instinctively make the best call, at the right time. Everything up until that point will be countermeasures.

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  29. jello333 says:

    Gotta believe Rudy (and therefore Trump and the rest of the team) is just playing games with these people. I mean think about it. If this “Stormy” issue was of any real importance, any real risk to Trump, then of course there’d be close associates out there doing “damage control”. Going on TV to make sure things didn’t get out of hand. But do any of us REALLY believe that’s necessary? No, so in my opinion this whole thing is almost laughable, and I absolutely believe Rudy feels the same way. So WHY is he willing to go on TV and get into the weeds about this ridiculous “story”? I don’t know if they have some kind of deep plan, or if it’s some kind of misdirection… or if he’s just having a good time. 😉

    And a quick word about the person, Stormy Daniels. I’ve avoided saying anything personal about her, but now that she seems to be determined to hurt Trump, I no longer feel bad about it. This woman is a poor excuse for even a porn “star”. I mean there are some in the business who are really sad in many ways, including physical looks. (I’m talking only the female side now, the male side isn’t relevant to what I’m about to say 😉 ) And of course there are also other girls/women who, despite being in porn, are really cute, really nice looking. (By the way, you don’t have to actually watch porn to know what I’m saying is true… just a quick skim through a bunch of portraits will give you an idea.) I just gotta say, Stormy, you’re not at either extreme… but you’re MUCH closer to the former than the latter!

    Okay… I feel better now. 😀

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  30. distracted2 says:

    A few weeks ago, Alan Dershowitz was on Fox & Friends doing his thing and then literally out of nowhere he announces that Stormy will take out PDJT. Not Russia, but Stormy.

    I remember it vividly because it was so absurd. Now it makes complete sense.

    That said, I think they’ve already overplayed their hand. There’s no crime. And if it’s public perception they’re banking on, it won’t work. Besides the fact that I believe PDJT is teflon when it involves women, but Stormy officially jumped the shark last night when she appeared on SNL.

    When anyone mentions her name now, people just roll their eyes if they haven’t already glazed over. This tactic is embarrassingly transparent when it comes to the Democrats – it’s all they’ve got. By the time, the next election rolls around – even the midterms – people will be saying, “Stormy who?”.

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  31. ZurichMike says:

    As a lawyer, I can say that “noted” constitutional professor Turley is a local DC hack afraid to lose his A-list NeverTrump cocktail party invitations. The “narrative” is laughably tortured, speculative, factually inaccurate, and hopelessly simplistic. THEY HAVE NO ACCESS to what the IG has. Please be patient. The end is near.

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    • amwick says:

      Ty Mike
      As a not lawyer, I have to believe there is no way to indict a sitting president. That would totally erase the separation of powers in many respects. These dumbunnies tick me off. We live in strange times!
      Ps hi from Copenhagen!

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    • distracted2 says:

      Thank you! I’m not a lawyer but even I recognize a hack when I see one. When one of these talking heads goes from network to network and completely contradict their own prior statements, they lose all credibility.

      It’s the thing I respect most about Joe DiGenova – his message is consistent.

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  32. Critical Mass says:

    Hope Rudy inoculated himself before he was interviewed by Gorgias Streptococcus. Looks like Rudy found his stride. He might be a blowhard and horse trader, but he certainly knows how to throw fairy dust at creeps like Streptococcus, who sounded like an automaton delivering a programmed script. Gorgias met his match in Rudy, who played a superb game of defense – perfectly timed lobs, unexpected volleys, backhand cuts from the base line, and most importantly mixing up the play to keep his opponent off guard. He certainly redeemed himself from the debacle of last week’s interview with Hamfisted Hammity.

    PS: The writer of another comment refers to Stephanopoulos as Staphylococcus. I swear I did not read this before I thought of my nickname for the germ, and came up with my sobriquet quite independently.

    Gorgias was a Greek sophist, who was sometimes described as a nihilist. .

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  33. Kan says:

    I am speechless after listening to Turley.

    We really have entered the reality TV era in DC legal circles.

    Pro -tip to GW law students of Turley, ask for a refund. Now. Before the rush.

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  34. Jimmy Jack says:

    Stephanopoulos’ wife was on WWHL recently saying her husband said someone would be going to prison, alluding of course to Trump. She made other cracks but that one stuck out to me.

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  35. This (Left wing narrative engineering) is why it is so important that President Trump and his surrogates continue to Tweet and speak out against the Mueller witch hunt. He must fight fire with fire.

    While the wheels of justice at Sessions’ DOJ continues to turn slowly, in secrecy, grinding through the corruption detailed in the long-awaited Horowitz IG report, Mueller and the Democrats continue to try the President in the court of public opinion.

    Two entirely different games being played. Sessions is not fighting the political battle being waged in public: That is left to the President and his attorneys.

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  36. Jeff P. says:

    Has anyone considered this is all ‘Smoke & Mirrors’ thrown out by the POTUS 45 Legal team to distract from the Indictments that are about to be “Unsealed” in the Supreme Court by the DOJ to cover for a Pre-Dawn Raid on all parties involved?
    The Pavlovian Response from MSM on the possibility a “Whore” could make their collective Wet Dream come true and see Trump Impeached or charged etc. etc. is Mesmerizing to the Leftist Cabal and they cannot let it go.
    While in the Real World we may see Justice Served as a very “Cold Dish” in the next few days.
    With Rudi Gulianni involved I am inclined to believe Muddied Waters are a Preferable playing field 🙂
    I also think J. Sessions is going to end up as a Sacrificial Lamb when all is said and done.
    Just a hunch.

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  37. thedoc00 says:

    Getting back to the original premise of the article, read the banners on CNN, Bloomberg, BBC as well as for all affiliates of ABC, NBC and ABC, as they are all identical. “Trump White House has a major credibility problem”. The aim is to undermine Trump’s efforts, to attack his agenda execution as well as sew doubt in minds or the voters and democrat lemmings that Trump supporting republicans are actually telling the truth about the execution of the Trump agenda. They are attempting to prey on a populous that is largely sound bite and video clip level literate.

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  38. WaldoTJ says:

    what are the monetary penalties for “Stormy” for violating the NDA?

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  39. Greg says:

    Stormy Daniels is a bird that will not fly. For Staph to spend an entire interview hammering on that door, at this stage, shows the utter poverty of ideas from the Deep State Dems.The majority of voters would shake their heads at the insanity these people want to create.

    Desperate deep state Dems…

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  40. yreehugger says:

    how come no one mentions ben wittes

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  41. Fools Gold says:

    Sundance, not to picky or anything but I seem to recall Trump hadn’t invented and patented the MAGA agenda and Romney sure hell wasnt & ain’t Trump!

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  42. the ruester says:

    The whole thing is leverage. They figured out stormy had some tax evasion issue or something and used it as leverage to make her claim she was threatened. Think about it; all they would have to do is say “why didn’t you disclose the 130k in 2005?,” dangling a federal conviction over her head, and she would make up the harassment claim all on her own, a predictable lie they must have heard a million times. Except THIS time they chose to take the claim at face value, and use it as leverage to obtain the warrant for cohen. I truly believe the entire thing was engineered from the start toward that goal.

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  43. EJ says:

    Rudy is sloppy. He needs to tighten it up.

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