Spygate Debate: Joe diGenova -vs- Phillipe Reines

Appearing on Jesse Watters television broadcast, former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova and former Hillary Clinton official Phillipe Reines square off in a debate over Spygate:

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Unfortunately Reines conflates the origination of the CIA/DOJ/FBI surveillance issue and the FISA searches. It is not coincidental all of the foreign operative intervention (see McCarthy Article on Papadopoulos) begins immediately after NSA Director Mike Rogers begins looking into NSA/FBI database search violations in March 2016.

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196 Responses to Spygate Debate: Joe diGenova -vs- Phillipe Reines

  1. principled says:

    Love me some Joe di

    Liked by 37 people

  2. f.fernandez says:

    Reines is a hackish weasel. Joe actually took it easy on this mouthpiece.

    Liked by 27 people

    • icndark says:

      I wish he hadn’t. That tool needed to be “brought to heel”. As someone once said.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Julie says:


        remember. this is why djt is so great!

        Liked by 4 people

      • snarkybeach says:

        Tucker mangles his name on every appearance. You can tell it bothers him…

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      • yy4u says:

        Bringing “tools” to heel might not be a good idea — you might have to divulge too much of what you know so the tool manipulators (Brennan, clapper, and above) can destroy, hid, create evidence. Never let them know all you know.

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        • tampa2 says:

          Maybe Sessions is doing the same?

          Liked by 1 person

          • xcontra says:

            Tampa2, I hope you are right. It is an old schoolyard trick: QB makes like he is rejecting the running back’s begging for the ball; the defense concentrates on the WRs; delay pass to the “rejected” RB; touchdown. Ran it many times. But you have to stay in character until the RB is outside the defense; mutatis mutandam, we have to wait for Sessions to get clear, maybe after the Inspector General’s big report comes out.

            But right now, everybody is ready to get the pitchforks on Sessions. Everybody except Mr. Sundance and a few others.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      A closer glance will reveal furrowed tire tracks on Priebus’ backside

      Liked by 2 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      Joe diGenova seemed a little off tonight, in this segment.
      Kind of…subdued.

      I don’t like how he talked about the “Russian meddling” as though it has been proven.
      So far…there has been No Proof!

      And I thought that Jesse Watters let Reines run off at the mouth, unchallenged.
      He didn’t interrupt that weasel like he interrupted Joe!

      I hope Joe is okay.
      Maybe it’s just me, but he seemed a bit off his game.
      Or maybe…something is up, and he was working hard to not reveal it.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        I so love and respect Joe DiGenova. I watched but was yelling at the TV Jessie the mouthpiece kept talking over Joe would not let Joe finish his sentence, I would be ticked off as well, yet the Bozo Reinces kept yapping without too much interruption. What the hell is wrong with these fox anchors Jessie, Sean,Laura they talk over their guests. If I were the guest I would tell them either you ask me a question and let me finish or I won’t come on your show! It is so annoying beyond belief. Are these anchors that dense that they don’t get it???

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        • Ad rem says:

          Fetched you from the bin donna. And…this is now the 5th comment (that’s had the word “Fox” in it) that’s landed in the bin. Suspicious cat is feelin’ suspicious…. 😦

          Liked by 12 people

          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Fuchs is an alternative in German 🙂

            Just like Spruche for that book-that-shall-not-be-named… Wonder what they will do with the, erm, maxims of Aesop…

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        • Is it just another form of filtering from contolled opposition? Talking over shortens the amount of time for Joe to deliver the message and debate and works to the advantage of the Swamp. I have asked many times: If we agree controlled opposition exists…could there be several levels of it…not just one?

          Third or fourth levels of controlled opposition attempting to precision steer the ship away so that it just barely misses reaching MAGA.

          I know it sounds tinfoilish to many…but just because you are paranoid does not mean that they are not after you.

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        • Teagan says:

          On a personal basis, if i’m Having a conversation with someone that keeps interrupting me…I just allow them to finish their (vital!) point, and sit there for a few seconds looking at them silently. Then I (very sweetly) ask …now, may I continue or are you planning to cut me off again? Usually works very well. I occasionally have had to repeat the gesture…and that definitely does it…guaranteed.

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      • wheatie- I would just like to remind you of something that occurred just a few short weeks ago in May.

        I was going through my links and came across this beauty- the odious Clap Trap expounding on his theory that the RUSSIANS threw the election to President Trump. Take a look and tell me this Swamp Devil doesn’t belong in prison for the rest of his miserable life, or worse.

        https://pjmedia.com/video/james-clapper-says-russia-decided-the-2016-election-swung-at-least-80000-votes-in-three-states/

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Think of the setting, as follows:

        Joe D is the prosecutor. Weasel is the guilty, very weak witness. We’re the jurors. Jurors usually aren’t going to like it when a prosecutor goes into overkill mode when everyone knows the witness is guilty. Nothing he says is believable. He has no defense. IMO a good prosecutor tests the waters in different ways but to have gone into overkill with this weak witness with no believable defense backfires on him. Jurors might turn on you and feel sorry for the underdog.

        Fox/Watters needs to step up their game and get a bigger weasel so we can witness Joe D at his best. This was no contest. Frankly, after the OIG Report, who is going to the next big weasel?

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    • amwick says:

      Yes, but to me he looked like he was holding himself back… that is what I saw, but I am wondering why… I think he knows something and was just being careful… hmmmmmm

      Liked by 2 people

    • TomJ says:

      Weasel is a kind name for this guy. He is right at the top of the most despicable in this drama. With people like Reines around her is it any surprise the Clinton lost?

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    • beach lover says:

      I could almost feel Joe about to tear into him, tho. Phillipe was way out of his league. Joe tossed him a bone about Comey’s 7/5 briefing, but other than that, Joe pointed out exactly what was done, and Phillipe could only try to do the usual Dem obfuscation.

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    • Lizzyp says:

      Reines was so bad there that even Waters was able to bury him on the spying question.

      I would like someone to have Clapper/ Brennan and co explain why they chose to aim their ‘confidential human sources’ at potential crime victims instead of at the villains circling. If you focus your coverage on the potential victim you are either using them as bait or you are hoping to snare them in the same net. If they are bait, the decent and SOP thing to do is tell them they are being used as bait and what to do if the target approaches.

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      FANGS and CLAWS out isn’t always the best way to go. That clearly wasn’t necessary this time. Sometimes I think folks need to put down the “microscopic” analysis and just watch the show.

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  3. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Unfortunately Reines conflates the origination of the CIA/DOJ/FBI surveillance issue and the FISA searches.”

    Why wouldn’t he? That is his job. It certainly is not his goal to further any understanding of the truth and what actually happened. Spout off the Media Matters talking points for the Soros flunkies.

    “…The phrase “delegitimizing Trump” is a phrase you see it repeats in this memo.
    Mr. President, remember that Media Matters is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization which its goal is to “delegitimize” the President of the United States and “punish” and control the mainstream media if they give a positive coverage of him. This is unlawfully the violation of the nonprofit code of conduct and it needs to end….”

    https://ellacruz.org/2018/03/21/to-the-white-house/

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    • icndark says:

      Media Matters=Pravda. What’s with the charade? It’s all there. Too obvious!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Also Media Matters (and CTR and Correktiv in Germany) are, basically, Soros.

        Get rid of him and his clan, and a lot of the problem goes away (at least the “color revolutions”…

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    • Dick Bass says:

      EVERYTHING is conflated!!!
      17 Indictments…. only ONE has anything to do with collusion! Period!
      Russian interference is their conflated statement. Truth is, get Trump for ANYTHING!

      If we ever get the truth on who Professor Joseph Mifsud worked for, only then will we understand what happened with Papadopoulos! If Mifsud was working for the Kremlin, then the Russians were trying to influence the election thru him. The greater risk is that Milsud was working for British Intel and it was a setup from the beginning!

      There is no main street trust in the FBI. They have lied to America just to many times! Every redaction that is eventually uncovered and found to be embarrassing and NOT national security or sources & methods is another and another and another lie!!!

      The necessary refusal of Gen. Flynn’s Judge, $70,000 conference table, “Obama White House ‘running’ an investigation”, or President Obama being described as a Senior White House Official! The FBI/DOJ today is just not a trust worthy organization.

      This did not start with the FBI! It started with the CIA and the FBI accepted a half baked cake and tried to feed it to America as a 5 star Red Velvet! Who attended the weekly CIA meetings? Where are the transcripts or notes? Where is a statement from Great Britain?

      Lastly, we don’t have another year to kick this around and hope for documents! Vote them in contempt of Congress and Trump can declassify them and demand their release. I could care less if some source or method is disclosed! There is an active coup attempt on the Presidency of the United States! If the weapons of choice were gun, we would be hearing live fire in DC today with return fire…. since its documents, we accept contempt, obstruction and verbal debate using Marquess of Queensberry Rules. Enough!!!

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  4. rf121 says:

    I don’t think there is a Fox host left that just cannot shut their mouths when their guests are talking.

    Liked by 27 people

  5. littleanniesfannie says:

    Do these people not understand what is being discussed? More likely, they have no way to justify ANYTHING so the best methods are diversion, denial, duplicity, deceit, disinformation, detraction, dishonesty, defamation, and deplorableness!! 9D chess isn’t working well guys!

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  6. ezpz2 says:

    Why does Fox kiss up to vile Phillipe Reines?

    Talk about mean tweets, he recently posted some zingers. He cursed out the way entire Trump family and Sara Huckabee Sanders.

    And that really hateful one about how Don Jr must be so jealous of his wife’s former Latin lover. He even included a picture with that tweet.

    Nasty, hateful guy, that Philllipppe.

    Liked by 21 people

    • billrla says:

      ezpz2: Because Fox is a TV show whose goal is to entertain viewers and, thereby, sell adverstising. These days, that means pharmaceutical companies, makers of adult diapers, and other such products that appeal to an older demographic.

      Liked by 1 person

      • ezpz2 says:

        Common sense tells me that they (Fox) are probably losing more viewers than they’re gaining.

        Using myself as an example, when I see the likes of Phillipe Reines or Juan Williams or Marie Jobs-for-Jihadis Harf, to name a small few, I immediately change the channel.

        Then there’s Dana PeRino with her very jarring voice and concern troll Jeraldo, to name two more….

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Geraldo

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        • dallasdan says:

          Fox is a shell of its former self. It’s Murdoch’s son’s network, and the lean to the left is more obvious every day. The talking heads just want to stay employed.

          Liked by 13 people

          • Teagan says:

            It’s VERY sad that the one network that seemed to have a magic formula screwed it up so badly. Like The WaPo, Google, Etc. These people have so much money they don’t care if it operates in the red…it’s just a play toy for their own globalist agenda.
            And the talking heads are no more than the slaves on a Plantation…albeit very wealthy slaves. But, they sold their souls for money…and I don’t have much respect for that.

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          • Mark McQueen says:

            Fox may have gotten away with pretending otherwise but they were never more than Establishment Central. IMO they were considered “bold” simply because they tried to feature a couple of so-called “far right” opinions at a time when nobody bothered to do so.

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        • 4beagles says:

          I hear ya loud and clear on Dana Purina’s voice. Koved it when Candace Owens filled in for her a while back. Love to see more of that!

          Liked by 3 people

          • ezpz2 says:

            I’m assuming Candace filled in for Dana on the Five?

            Can’t stand that show anymore. Haven’t watched in ages, except I recently happened onto it and heard Dana’s most jarring voice – thought she was about to levitate.

            Maybe her voice gets like that when she lies, which is most of the time. In those few seconds that I landed there, Dana was reminding us of how wrong POTUS was when he said he was wiretapped. Greg G kind of looked at her funny but seemed too afraid of her to utter even the slightest whimper of disagreement.

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        • Kaco says:

          Actually, I believe Fox News has been #1 for many weeks now and the latest numbers show not a single CNN show placing in top 25.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Bullseye says:

          Actually, Fox is and has been killing it. No.1 across the board. Hannity most viewers in all cable news

          Liked by 3 people

          • amwick says:

            This is what I see… you have to pick and choose with Fox.. and,,, why does SD post so much of their stuff here? Because it is important to see… Now, cable cutting is another thing.. but my household will not do that. Even if we did I would still watch some Fox shows.

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    • Navy says:

      Foxnews may be topping the 100,000 guest appearances by commies hurdle soon since it was created. In my opinion, they are showing patriot Americans who their rulers are. And in turn they seem to have everything under control, so the viewer sits on his/her rump doing nothing. Even since the lady who blamed Benghazi on Nakoula Nakoula AKA “Sam Bacile” lost her 2016 election, her wretched name has been said or printed on FOX arguably 100s of times per day. FOX is showing everyone….. even though you hate her, The Bag Lady and her commie friends rule you.

      My two cents on FOXNEWS.

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    • lotbusyexec says:

      Ugly is as ugly does.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Amy2 says:

      I agree. His tweets alone show he has now class, and no credibility.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. missilemom says:

    I am going to be an outlier on this interview. Joe DG uses legalize ..I’m not calling for anyone to be indicted; lets have a nice Grand Jury; suggests Hillary Clinton has a right to criticize (election results) because Comey spoke out; Reines agrees. Joe brings up the “reasonable US attorney” as a poke at Comey, but no follow up. Jesse Watters actually did a pretty good job.

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  8. Donna in Oregon says:

    Great synopsis. Researching how Hillary may have sold US classified information off her private server.

    Following the money:

    Transactions linked to the Clinton Global Initiative have occurred in countries such as Panama, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, British Anguilla, the Bahamas, Switzerland, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man, Liechtenstein, Guernsey, Jersey, Malta, Luxembourg, Monaco, Gibraltar, Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Turkey, Cyprus, France, Belgium, Italy, Canada, China, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Israel, Singapore, Thailand, Mauritius, Ecuador, Guatemala, Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Samoa and Vanuatu, as well as various “undisclosed” and “undetermined” locations

    http://www.wnd.com/2016/09/hsbc-case-blows-lid-on-clintons-offshore-empire/

    Why do the Clintons have 5 shell companies in Delaware?
    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/04/why_do_the_clintons_have_5_shell_companies_in_delaware.html

    Hillary Clinton was a PEP as Secretary of State, and so were Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton. When Bill Clinton set up his shell in Sweden to accept $26 million plus his speaking fee, our reader explains, a report should probably have been filed. The transaction wasn’t reported to the State Department. According to the Washington Times, the Clinton Foundation has concealed the names of the specific donors:

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2016/04/a-word-about-the-panama-papers.php

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    • icndark says:

      WTF!

      Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      If I am not mistaken, Phillipe Reines has a lot of exposure in The Clinton State Department investigation with Sydney Blumenthal and friends.

      https://hotair.com/archives/2015/08/17/oh-my-state-dept-suddenly-finds-thousands-of-hillary-aides-e-mails-they-denied-existing-in-2013/

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      • Max Tadpol says:

        WSB, IIRC Phillipe had delivered some ‘oppo’ research to State prior to the FISA warrants being issued as well.

        Don’t remember where I saw that, but struck a chord when I next saw him on Ingram Angle sweating bullets.

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    • WSB says:

      Donna, the most amazing thing about ALL of these transactions, is that anything outside of the William Jefferson Clinton Library Foundation and only donations from WITHIN Arkansas…are illegal.

      Charles Ortel, as we have all known, has documented that there may be at least 20 to 40 renditions of the ‘Clinton Foundation’.

      Think about that. Every person, foreign government, or corporation would be illegally gifting the ‘Clinton Foundation’.

      Every year after that first 501C3 was applied for and issued, additional applications would have needed to be approved for every entity the Clintons wanted over and above that original use.

      Guess who had jurisdiction over the legality of the W J Clinton Library Foundation 501C3?

      Lois Lerner.

      I am so glad that President Trump is the ‘Law and Order’ President.

      Lois has not yet faced an inquiry into this little detail yet.

      http://www.independentsentinel.com/breaking-the-most-outrageous-clinton-scandal-is-about-to-hit-the-fan/

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      • Dutchman says:

        Charles Ortel has also pointed out; Evrry corporate donor has an obligation to ascertain a charity is legal, before making a donation, and then taking that donation on their tax filing.
        So, ALL those donations are NOT tax deductible; the donors have to pay the tax on the donation, plus penalties and interest, and are subject to clawbacks.
        It wouldnt have taken much due diligence to ascertain CF was not ‘bona fide’, they were only chartered to build and operate the Clinton library.
        So, a massive legal mess, that could, in the end, yield a substantial amount of $ to the US treasury. But, its a gordian knot, no ones been willing to unravel.
        And, makes concerns over statute of lim on other Clinton crimes moot, as CF is still going strong.

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    • WSB says:

      Donna,

      And one other thought. If a law suit should ever be organized against the Clinton Foundation…guess who has standing?

      President Donald J. Trump. He was an early donor.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Also the money received from Canada’s Justine Trudope, I believe $25million just before the election.

      Liked by 1 person

    • farrier105 says:

      The scary part about Hillary’s private email server was the three months during which it had no real security. It wasn’t encrypted. It isn’t clear that it was even password protected. All you would need is the IP address and in you go. It would be all in there waiting to be taken. There would be no problem for the Chinese, the Russians, or the Israelis for that matter as they all have skilled cyber people in their intelligence operations. The server would make a good “dead drop.”

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      • Lizzyp says:

        Good thing she was not a target of interest at that time, according to Obama. Well, except for that Russian spy ring that had an arm specifically dedicated to cozying up to her inner circle in hopes of gaining her trust…other than that they were completely not interested in her. The Precious said so.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        That was discussed here quite a while ago.

        There was talk that it was intentionally left open, for *cough* the “Friends of the Klintoon Foundation”. If it were even open, say, 10 minutes, backdoors could be installed, and any security applied would be pointless…

        A friend of mine built a PC, and, just for grins, exposed it to the internet, no firewall or Internet Security between. Within SECONDS of the first boot in that exposed environment, he had hundreds of hits. After disconnecting it from the web, he ran various scanning tools against it (at least 50 different scanners, in a sec-checking package), reaching a conclusion that the build was damaged beyond repair.

        He wiped it (using professional tools, not “bleach bit”), and rebuilt it from scratch. I don’t remember if he encountered low-level hardware writes to areas on the disks which are protected from normal writes of the OS, but they could have been done, too. And in Hill-the-BEAST’s case, wiping the disks with a cloth, or bleach-bit, wouldn’t help at all…

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      • JAS says:

        IF it was a windows server it is highly unlikely that it was not password protected and likely that is was encrypted from the get go. Windows email servers of the era were already based on Exchange Server.

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  9. Rodney G. Graves says:

    It seems to me that the 0bama malAdministration was effectively dependent on political intelligence gleaned from FISA 702 database searches. When Admiral Rogers first cut off contractor access and then caused the FIS Court to cut off the FBI/DoJ feeds, they went blind. The subsequent efforts with HUMINT were deemed un-satisfactory, and the “CI Investigation” was focused to light up the FISA Title 1 surveillance (even more expansive than 702) of everyone within one hop of Trump since he was one hop from the “target.”

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  10. konradwp1 says:

    It is becoming increasingly clear that Mifsud, Downer and Halper were trying to entrap Trump campaign members into meeting with “Russians with dirt on Hillary”.

    That Mifsud was in contact with Papadopoulos on 14 March 2016, a week before the public announcement on 21 march 2016 that Papadopoulos would be joining the Trump campaign, is a Big Red Flag. How did Mifsud know to target Papadopoulos?

    The obvious answer is that surveillance of the Trump campaign began before 14 march 2016, well before the FBI’s claimed date of 31 July 2016. This answer is reinforced by Admiral Rogers actions shutting down contractor access to the NSA database in April 2016.

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    • Kaco says:

      It’s getting to the point to where Sundance should turn in his report to the DOJ. This is pretty much cut and dry and we’re just waiting for the gallows to be built. How long to the 2nd IG report and isn’t that only covering FISA abuses and not the whole sordid conspiracy web?

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      • WSB says:

        Excellent point, Kaco!

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        • Dutchman says:

          Actually, ..ah, no. The 2nd report will/is only cover the investigation of the investigation of Hillaries emails.
          The 3rd IG report began investigating the 702 requests, and has been expanded to cover the FBI/DOJ role in spygate.
          The DOJ knows all this, the IG knows all this, and DJT knows all this. The ‘players’have reasonably got to be several months ahead of us, even as we are mos. ahead of ‘average Americans’.

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    • farrier105 says:

      This suggests an informant internal to the Trump campaign. This list of “foreign policy advisors” on which Papadopoulos and Page appeared, is the place to start to search for THIS informant. Someone gave the FBI or CIA a head’s up as the list was compiled, and that HAD to come from inside the Trump campaign. Trump has to know this.

      Who all worked on the list? Trump didn’t know, and hadn’t even met many of them. Page actually chuckled a bit about that on a recent television appearance with Sam Clovis. The fact that Comey briefed the NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL about the list of “foreign policy advisors” should speak for itself.

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      • Leane Kamari says:

        Probably they had been spying on Ben Carson already and when he dropped out Papadop switched to the Trump team – spying all over the place long before – in 2015

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      BANG!
      The spying had to be initiated much earlier. It had to be via contractors and 702 inquiries.
      They transitioned from “signit” to “humit” after Rogers cut the contractors access off.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Somehow, at the bottom of all this, I think the Awans were at work. This swamp goes a lot farther (thanks to Ø and probably the Bushies) than we probably can conceive.

        And why, pray tell, have we not heard a peep from the Awans, and the Paedostas, and all of their “pizza”- and “chicken”-loving friends???

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      • farrier105 says:

        I continue to be convinced that Comey having the DNC telephoned intermittently during the last half of 2015 to warn them of being hacked was part of it, too. From the beginning of the plan, a fake hack of the DNC was part of it, including getting the stolen emails to Wikileaks as part of the frame effort against Julian Assange when the Todd and Clare “Dating Service” told Assange they could arrange for him to get one million dollars from the Russian government in May 2016. The emails would be a “two-fer.” Get Trump and then get Assange and Wikileaks.

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  11. Ray Runge says:

    The video is a red meat beat down. I would hope that Priebus was well compensated for the abuse he absorbed.

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  12. Disgusted says:

    Joe could not finish a sentence due to Watters’ constantly interrupting him or talking over him! Why do these television people believe they should do interviews this way? At times all three men seem to believe it is their chance to be speaking at the same time. Reason not to watch t.v. on displayed right here. It would be impossible to provide a transcript of this program under such circumstances. Grrrrrr.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      I can only take Watters when he’s a guest. Otherwise, he’s like his mentor, Q”Reilly. Watters thinks he’s a cool guy. I think he’s unctuous. All I’ll give him credit for is that he’s a good defender of POTUS.

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  13. Echo says:

    Yeah, the advisability of shutting up if you are an interviewer and letting them speak is apparently not happening anymore. When was a reply not at least cut off during the last sentence on US tv?
    I think it’s about ego, status, who’s in charge etc…. Hannity is the worst.

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  14. ForGodandCountry says:

    All in all, after reading the comments/synopsis here I’m glad I did so before watching. Now I won’t waste my time.

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  15. konradwp1 says:

    Joe diGenova points at Loretta Lynch for letting Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya into the US (overruling a DoJ ban) just before her failed meeting at Trump Tower. It must have been someone at State Dept breaking the rules, but is there any solid evidence it was Loretta Lynch?

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  16. derrufo konepke says:

    The fact is the entire situation is getting factually celestial in scale and you need to be on this full time to make sense of all the ins and outs of the democrat party obama govt scandals ( take your pick of the right word here ) : conspiracies, crimes, coverups,etc….So where does that Leave the red blooded American Citizen who wants to have enough time after trying to follow this historic govt breakdown and still have a life and his kids and enjoy his time away from a real job? He or She will have a hard time following where the fur is flying with this wash dc debate of the good white hats vs. the bad black hats….unless they are on this website for the last 19 months or more?and now. And the citizens must pay close attention to all the details and smart commenters points of view. I think the worse thing in this is how much time it is taking for wrongdoers to get jail time, but as I learned from here and in my own line of work….(not mentioned) the type of conspiracy and crimes were long organized and acted out in the obama govt era over years. So it takes time to put the case together to inspect the crimes of the bad guys. I get it. It is going to take a toll on many Americans patience how long the IG Report and whatever else investigations are ongoing, but I think the republicans can fair well in any elections. Sadly, the weird part, the USA Congress is not getting any idea ( asense of perspective) if google and twitter etc, all the other main giant online sites, are now set up to make sure democrat party aims and goals are the only info people see if they do a search or seek a debate on google or twitter…etc. You cannot win elections with illegals voting, and if the data the USA citizen sees is the info centers of Lib dem controlled main news sites (90%of USA) and even the social contact and messenger sites are all being controlled info in order to favor the Liberals and Democrats. Where is the so called fair elections and fair exchange of ideas in a Democracy here any where in what i just described has been going on now since at least 2014 to 2016 and over 400 visits google and twitter execs made to the obama wh house….wake up USA…You have to have real elections to win the future…

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    • spren says:

      Paragraph breaks could possibly make what you wrote readable. Try and read your own comment and see if it is comprehensible.

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  17. RICHARD CANARY says:

    I don’t understand what is to be gained by slandering Fox News in comments. Fox is far from perfect for news, but it is far aghead of any other large network for fairness. And there is nothing wrong with including spokespersons of several different viewpoints in a news or commentary tv program.

    When Fox includes other viewpoints in a discussion, they are just saying that those viewpoints exist, not that they are more valid than the conservative viewpoints.

    Constant bickering about the bad people on Fox News can only reduce their viewership, and for all I know, maybe that’s the purpose of it. But where are the average viewers going to find a more balanced news content?

    Some folks on here comment as if Fox News is supposed to be a political rally for conservatives.
    That’s not what news is about.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Some like to trash the friendlies 😉 Just how it is.

      Liked by 4 people

    • What is to be gained: IMPROVEMENT.
      Treepers have high standards and don’t cave for less.

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    • WSB says:

      Hi RICHARD,

      Fox News is controlled opposition. Rupert has spent millions on Hillary Clinton, and has an empire baiting people who ache to have an alternative news source to the deep state left wing dribble. However, many of the longtime Treepers here are pretty educated on HOW we filter Fox News.

      Once you see it, you cannot unsee it.

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    • Echo says:

      ” slandering Fox News”?
      No, you better reacquaint yourself with the definition of slander.
      Seems to me the criticism isn’t about Fox News as supposed to be “a political rally for conservatives”, they can run whatever viewpoints they want with no comment from me about their right to do so, although I will comment on the content of those viewpoints.

      It’s their interrupt fest that is truly exasperating.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Yes, and shouldnt ‘slander’ Ryan, Rubio, McConnell, and certainly not McCain or Graham, after all, they are REPUBLICANS, and CONSERVATIVES.
      We call them faux news, cause they give the illusion of being the ‘conservative alternative’ to cnn, etc. And its an illusion, same as Rinos are illusion of 2 partys, and choice.
      Its a deception. Its like saying you should eat this spoiled meat sandwich, cause all the others are sh*t sandwiches! Sorry, its how I feel.

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      • KeithBB says:

        Bingo. A little leaven can leaven the whole loaf. Critical analysis and continual improvement are not a lot to ask for. Sundance does a great job. Others here clarify and sharpen. And it works. Two weeks ago I would have likely said Gowdy and Napolitano were worthy of serious consideration; now, not so much.. Handling the truth is a little bit like the Dept. of Treasury training of personnel to identify counterfeit bills.. they make them “feel” lots of REAL bills, then when they come across a fake, the trainees can pretty quickly identify it. Treepers are learning more and more truth, so we “see” the falsity of Ryan, McConnell, RINOs, – even the disinformation effect of distractive Fox commentary , etc. Keep up the good work, fellow Treepsters.. We shall know the truth, and the truth shall.. lock up the criminals. 🙂

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  18. Pat Childs says:

    Was Mueller working for Obama and the Democrats against the GOP during his tenure at the FBI? I think we will find so. Mueller was likely in it from the beginning and was training Comey.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      They were all together for Enron! The gang is back together!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      Actually, I’m starting to think mueller groomed comey, as a useful idiot figurehead, and mccabe actually did all the dirty work. Just a theory but maybe comey IS as stupid as he appears, and self righteous, egotistical and clueless?

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      • KeithBB says:

        Could be.. He comes across as a dummy that has just rehearsed his act and lines very well over time.. He may appear sanctimonious, but I bet he will cry like a baby in a SuperMax prison.

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  19. Sandra-VA says:

    I thought this was a great interview… and it ended with both Joe and Phillipe with huge smiles on their faces 😉 They both agreed on Comey being a putz.

    The problem for Phillipe is that he is neck deep in all of this. He knows full well what was really going on withe her emails AND the muh Russia conflagration. He is simply spinning for his life.

    i know some were upset with Joe saying that he would like a Grand Jury to hear everything… not for indictments, but to get the TRUTH of what happened… I think he is just tired of it all. The constant obfuscations, inability to get the documents to oversight committees…. tiresome.

    One other issue has come to light from The War Economy tweet storm… apparently, the Obama administration was not just abusing FISA, natsec letters and spies… they were also illegally accessing FinCEN data! Someone named Linda Ireland is the new name to add to the Coup group.

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  20. Perot Conservative says:

    Waters, ala Hannity, talks over Joe’s conclusion that they are 2 dirty cops.

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  21. Minnie says:

    “The only thing Trump obstructed was getting Cankles into the White House”

    Hahahahahahaha!!

    Love you, Joe 🙂

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  22. glissmeister says:

    Reines and Gowdy spewing the same crap about “investigating the Russians is not spying on Trump.”

    The prevarications of Gowdy are rather shocking. Where was this “friendly infiltration” supposed to feed it’s information? Where was the innocent and proper collection of confidential informant data to go?

    Here is the lie exposed. The data is to be delivered into the hands of Clinton campaign operatives and contractors unlawfully crawling all over secret government information they were given secret and likely unlawful “permission” to penetrate, investigate and document.

    The brazen unlawful use of private contractors in the FBI and DOJ rifling through secret and classified FBI and DOJ work product on behalf of ????

    This is where the infiltrating agents of the FBI, DOJ (and no doubt illegal domestically spying CIA) operatives would be dumping their gathered data — likely into the hands of CrowdStrike and Fusion GPS, and others and their law firms — the HRC/DNC/BHO syndicate.

    It’s not so much WHO was sent to infiltrate and spy on the Trump campaign as its about WHERE the data was to go and who was involved in the conspiracy to fund and usurp major agency assets, infrastructure and resources to provide services and contributions-in-kind to the HRC campaign and DNC economic interests.

    Reines seems the archetypical DNC syndicate scumbag.

    What happened to Trey “peace in the valley” Gowdy?

    Perhaps the draw of the Beltway Parlorocracy is just too alluring for him to resist.

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    • Tonawanda says:

      “It’s not so much WHO was sent to infiltrate and spy on the Trump campaign as its about WHERE the data was to go”

      We have yet to see the complete details about the scope of the spying, whether the “about” inquiries, the human contacts or the FISA warrant. We have just gotten glimpses of the who, what, why, when and how of the surveillance, and (as you say) where the resulting information went and what was done with it.

      When the complete Big Picture emerges all will be known. The current struggle is between those who want to hide the Big Picture and those who want to paint the Big Picture in granular detail. The respective motivations speak for themselves, and no national security has nothing to do with it.

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    • Teagan says:

      Gliss…..watch this morning’s Praying Medic’s podcast for another perspective.

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  23. Comrade Mope says:

    After every presidential election there is an autopsy. We didn’t get one this time. I haven’t seen one explaining why the Democrat candidate lost. That is because, in their minds, the election is not over. The Democrats and their RINO enablers have just created the perpetual campaign. No longer does campaign season start right after election day, it continues forth as if there was no winner and no loser.
    It is impossible for a political party to move forward and ignore the will of the people at the same time.

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  24. Feanor says:

    Surprisingly competent interview by Waters.

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  25. daizeez says:

    None of the hosts mention the timeline & the apparent lack of a formal FBI investigation before spies were embedded in the campaign. None of them seem interested in talking about the FISA applications any more and none have uttered the name Nellie Ohr or Bill Priestap. Congressman Jordan did mention to Judge Jeanine that Priestap would be testifying soon, but nothing much seems to have happened lately.

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  26. amwick says:

    Yeah Jesse!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Best line for the narrative reboot:
    “I’m not sure why the President and the White House have internalized this as some kind of hunt”
    Translation:
    ‘Where did the President ever get the idea that the Trump/Russia collusion narrative of the last year and half was about him????”

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    • “some kind of hunt” is exactly what this is. It was the night before Easter and the group that hid all the eggs (wrote all the dossiers, planted all the campaign spies, obtained all the FISA warrants, placed all the contractors, solicited British Intel, leaked all the Comey memos, alerted the friendly media) is the same group that would hunt them down.
      So, here’s my BIG question: Why didn’t they ever find the golden egg, the mother load, the smoking gun, the dead body, the perpetrator, Boris or Natasha? Did this gigantic conspiracy to take down Trump go to ALL THIS TROUBLE based on a Russian influence hunch? Unlikely. I keep going around and around looking for a missing piece…was something essential to this entire plot destroyed, killed, silenced, flipped, outwitted, hidden, lost? I mean, “those weapons of mass destruction have to to be somewhere.” So far they’ve only put on a parade of whores.

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  28. Just a quick comment before I move on to enjoying this absolutely, stunningly beautiful day here in Nebraska! What a wonderful week-end it has been. We had our annual Klown Festival (biggest event of the year in Plainview, NE) and, short of some rain Friday night (forcing the street band into the very small bar) and a bit of wind yesterday, the weather has been as perfect as it could be – mid-70’s yesterday, sunny and 80 today w/a slight breeze. Finally, Plainview will be getting a very positive LTE from me this week!

    On another note, it frustrates me no end when the entire situation is always prefaced by the belief that “Russian” hacking began this debacle and the talking heads don’t challenge it. No, other than the FB ads and one or two inept attempts to interfere, we do NOT know that. I wonder if the Russians did the same thing O.B.A.M.A. did in the UK, France, Germany, Ukraine, Egypt, etc. elections? The DNC computer was never even looked at by the FBI and I think anyone with an ounce of sense already acknowledges that it was Seth Rich who took the data. That, right there, just blows this ENTIRE witch hunt out of the water, IMO. NOTHING that follows can be considered sacrosanct or factual until the entire basis is proven first. JMO

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    • beach lover says:

      Notice how the narrative ever so subtlety changed from “hacked” to “interfered”? Guess they decided proving hacked was going to lead into the wrong direction.

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  29. Hangtown Bill says:

    Have to ask…if Russian interference in the election really was the concern, why only investigate one campaign? Especially in light of the minor players and dollars in the Trump campaign compared to the major players and dollars in the Clinton campaign. Comparing the likes of Flynn, Papadopoulos and Page to the Podesta brothers, Joule GPS, Fusion GPS, Bill Clinton and the Clinton Foundation and the hundreds of millions of dollars on the Clinton side to the paltry sums on the Trump side negates any claims that the concern was Russian influence.

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  30. Everett Miller says:

    I pray that Joe DiGenova becomes Head of Justice Department after Sessions resigns in disgrace.
    And then Mike Rogers as Head of FBI and we’re talking some “draining” of the swamp.

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  31. Senator Grassley just caught Glenn Simpson in another lie..

    “Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson was asked about his firm’s work on the dossier during closed-door testimony in August 2017. When asked specifically whether that work continued after the 2016 election, Simpson responded: “I had no client after the election.”

    Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, however, challenged that answer in a new letter to committee colleague Sen. Christopher Coons, D-Del. “As we now know, that was extremely misleading, if not an outright lie,” he wrote.”

    more
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/05/30/top-gop-senator-challenges-fusion-gps-founder-over-extremely-misleading-testimony-on-trump-dossier.html

    See also
    Soros and Tech Moguls Paid $50 Million to Fund Private Russia Probe
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/soros-and-tech-moguls-paid-50m-to-fund-private-russia-probe_2508375.html

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  32. Karl Kastner says:

    Jun 3

    BOOM.
    BOOM.
    BOOM.
    BOOM.
    A WEEK TO REMEMBER.
    DARK TO LIGHT.
    BLACKOUT NECESSARY.
    Q

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  33. xcontra says:

    Sorry. I love Joe DiGenova, but I refuse to listen to any video of this Reines guy. Only greater aversion would be if famous novelist Ben Rhodes showed up in one of your YouTube links. YUKKK

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  34. rw says:

    I’m simply disgusted by these blatant liars. I’m tired of it.

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