Joe diGenova Recent Radio Interview….

Joe diGenova called in to WMAL for a conversation about the latest developments in the Robert Mueller investigation.  Within the interview Mr. diGenova drops some rather interesting information from his own contacts and perspectives.

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144 Responses to Joe diGenova Recent Radio Interview….

  1. JRD says:

    Thanks for this.
    But, wake me when the indictments happen.
    Fed. Up. With. Waiting.

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  2. kltk1 says:

    That was very good. Thanks for that.

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  3. Bullseye says:

    Comey better get that book money ready, his attorney’s are going to eat it up. Can’t wait to see the system he’s used and abused for so long used against him.

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    • farrier105 says:

      If you had an honest FBI and DOJ, Comey would have been indicted shortly after his book came out. He admitted to perjury and obstruction in how he handled the second round of Hillary emails right before the election. He admitted that her running for President influenced his decisions.

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      • Pete C. says:

        His memo release to a Columbia professor friend to get a special council in place was highly illegal, government property created in his official capacity as FBI Director, with at least 4 of his memo’s determined to be *classified* at the “secret” or “confidential” level.

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        • mutantbeast says:

          Thats supposed to be a class 4 felony BTW. Punishablre by anywhere from 5-25 yrs in the greybar motel. Id suggest Supermax for Comey commie, he can join his fellow america haters the Unibomber and the Blind sheik Rahman there.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Even the simple Hatch Act, 5 U.S.C. §§ 7321-7326 limits political activities of executive branch employees while on duty or in the Federal workplace. It also prohibits them from soliciting or receiving political contributions. (McCabe didn’t know his wife was running?)
        Is treason, seeking the overthrow of the elected president, or sedition “political” enough to be a violation of the Hatch Act?
        The U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) is the agency responsible for enforcing the Hatch Act. I’m sure that AG Sessions has given the OSC a call !!
        U.S. Office of Special Counsel
        1730 M Street, N.W., Suite 218
        Washington, D.C. 20036-4505

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      • 196ski says:

        And we wait, and wait, and wait.

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      • Excuse me for asking the oblivious rhetorical question here.
        Is not Herr Comrade Mueller trying to find something or another to “indict” President Trump on based in part on a warrant obtained by false information leaked to various media outlets and then repeated as reports from credible sources?

        But the “ever so honorable and respectable” (yes sarcasm) Mr. Comey can in effect profess his crimes in public and not the first smidgeon of interest by any level of Law Enforcement?
        And lest I be accused of further confusing the issue with facts, how about those “new Smirk&Page texts” that show they coordinated the leaking of these supposed “intelligence community” sourced “findings”?
        Or this latest thing from the Google bunch trying to sway voter preference?
        Or….
        President Trump, in my estimation, has all the needed information to provide proof beyond a reasonable shadow of doubt that not only has there been an active coup against him, but also just who is involved and what their role(s) have been.

        But in the off chance the jury is made up of recent lobotomy recipients, the “established political infrastructure should keep in mind that there are quite a few folks like me that have had enough and are more than willing to show them just how much “enough” we have had in a most personal manner.

        Please excuse if I am a little late to the party, will need to wait for the Swamp (the one I live near, not the rhetorical DC one) to go down after Florence’s visit this week to get on the road.

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      • Jan says:

        And just when you think it can’t get any worse, remember about a couple of weeks ago, Hannity. Sara Carter & I think Gregg Jarrett were talking bout Comey getting a $6 million bonus or salary from Lockheed when he left in 2013, to take Mueller’s job & you’re wondering why…part of it was the non-competitive bid government contracts Lockheed was awarded…here’s another part of the story: https://truepundit.com/muellers-fbi-lied-to-shut-down-congressional-investigation-of-stolen-stealth-defense-technology-then-comeys-defense-firm-made-billions/

        Once again, no one is listening to or interviewing whistle-blowers. Mueller was heading the FBI once again & running the scam just like he did on Uranium One.

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        • farrier105 says:

          I posted the Headlines with a Voice link a week or so ago. I don’t know how many watched it. Anymore, with all the scams out there, you have to vet everything yourself, but that one still looks pretty good.

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    • betseyross says:

      It’s slow, but the good news is happening.

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    • lurker2 says:

      Comey better get that book money ready

      Maybe that’s why he wrote it and pushed it out so fast.

      They must have all felt so sick when Trump won.

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  4. tunis says:

    Why isn’t this guy AG?

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    • Blood of Patriots says:

      Because DJT biggest downfall is loyalty

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      • George1 says:

        President Trump, for all the outstanding traits he has, has not been shown to make very good personnel decisions. In my opinion even today some of his inner circle are swamp beasts. Dan Coats comes to mind.

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        • ZurichMike says:

          He gets rids of people when they no longer serve his purposes. Or do you think a he is stupid? Or incompetent?

          So let’s assume Trump fires every Dem, RINO, NeverTrumper, or Obama appointee he can in the FBI and DOJ. After gutting these organizations, who exactly would be going after the bad guys?

          Rome wasn’t built in a day, and razing, clearing, and rebuilding Rome the the same Romans who made Rome a cesspool, won’t happen in a day, a week, a year, or even two Presidential terms. Socialist rot has permeated the US for over 100 years now.

          So fewer one-line conclusions and more rational thought, please.

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        • Moe Grimm says:

          YOU George are correct. I will add one Gary Cohen the early on “economic adviser” (aka management of America’s decline) a registered -rat and long time Golden Slacks and Chicago Merc denizen – replaced by Larry Kudlow who merits trust. Ex-Exxon Tillerson. And another D/S poster boy named “H.R. McMaster”… do these treacherous cucks ever identify by full first names? PDT is to be forgiven his appointment of Sessionzzz as he fooled many of us – including me. Then there’s one Christopher Wray where I knew 60 seconds into his confirmation hearing the felons at the Famous But Incompetent and Just-Us had, and perhaps yet have, a bit more time to bathe in false sanctity, high piety, and of course “write” books as to how they fell on their collective sword defending Deploraville from a lawfully and most effective PDT. One who’s done i virtually alone with a shiv at the base of his spine, Every Day, since he entered Mordor on the Potomac. May their demise be violent. As I’m a bit giddy in anticipation of this Joe D interview I’m sure I’m missing others.

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      • lurker2 says:

        It turns out political scum are waaaaay worse than real estate scum. I hope Trump writes a tell-all memoir when he’s finished (his 2 terms 🙂 ).

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      • farrier105 says:

        That’s an understatement. Omarosa gets a $200,000 wedding at the White House paid by Trump and she tapes him secretly with no fear of prosecution? Michael “Better Call Saul” Cohen is Trump’s LAWYER, and he secretly tapes, too? It is questionable that Trump can get himself out of this mess if he has to choose those who must help him do it. This is a bigger handicap than some people think to getting at the bunch behind this.

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    • mickjt says:

      diGenova SHOULD BE AG, Sessions should be demoted to a deputy to handle the ‘simple’ investigations!

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      • oncefired says:

        We all thought Sessions was a good man from early on in the Campaign, I really can’t fault PT for picking him. The problem PT has now is if he fires him it stirs up another hornets nest! Sessions will be fired when the time is right, PT has to wait until after the Mid-Terms or he is just handing Mule Head more ammunition! Everybody has to Vote!

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    • John Q Public says:

      He couldn’t get confirmed.

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    • Dave Sanderson says:

      Maybe this guy WILL be A-G after Sessions? …because Trump has 6 more years, Sessions won’t be, and Joe DiGenova would be an admirable replacement for Sessions. Stay tuned.

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  5. Rob in Oz says:

    Joe DG always seems very well informed, and very sure of his information. I love it!
    I wonder where he gets his info from?

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  6. nole2016 says:

    Some new/bombshell information, at least to me. I wish, Joe was this direct and open when he’s on, Hannity’s or, Dobb’s show.

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    • beach lover says:

      He tries! If Sean will let him talk, I could listen to him for the whole hour. I have no doubt he has correct information. He has never backed down on his assurances of how corrupt the Obama administration truly was.

      On thing new was his mention that James Baker is a cooperating witness against Comey and all. He brought it up twice. This will be devastating for the scheme team.

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      • Ozzytrumpster says:

        Sadly Sean could talk with a loaf of bread in his mouth

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      • agentcommonsense says:

        Last May Joe DiGenova & Dan Bongino were on Mark Levin’s show and it was really nice to get an hour of Q & A’s. Mark asking question that took 30 seconds we got to hear answers without interruptions. It was a joy to watch. Hannity for all the good he does he just cannot not interrupt and always at the most interesting moments .. He knows this, his twitter followers are on him all the time. Judge Jeanine same thing.

        If they would stop running outtakes from CNN and boot the Democrat talking heads and the groundhog day opening statements it would be a much more enjoyable show.

        Basically follow the Levin/Bartiromo playbook ..

        LOL Me telling Hannity who has the number one show on FOX how to improve.. Hee

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      • I agree, right when you are trying to listen to him he starts talking over him and changes the subject.

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        • Moe Grimm says:

          True, though I’ve no beef with Sean Hannity. His urgency reflective of what really is a constitutional crisis unlike what’s used in abject deceit by mslsdcnnabcnbccbs, bezos blog, JYT, ad infinitum. Seems it weighs very heavily on him too as it does me and mine. What happens if nothing happens? Grand Juries are obscenely past due let alone indictments for crimes that are true “low hanging fruit”. Nunes, Jordan, and others have honored their Oath well, but they’ve hit a wall. Clock is ticking on what’s turned out to be an excessively long fuse. WIth a conspiracy a massive and profound as this, let alone before those who can comprehend it let alone care, there remains a bomb at the end of the fuse.

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  7. TigerBear says:

    When Obunghler is being arrested WAKE ME then!

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  8. Non=combative. says:

    The question is, how far down the chain of command will it take to get an honest prosecutor who doesn’t have strings attached to the deep state. Appears the top tier of FBI/DOJ are pretty much complicit with all the shenanigans.

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    • GB Bari says:

      It has been fairly well-documented that Obozo made sure to replace all of the upper tiers of management with Leftists loyal to his way of thinking throughout most of the agencies under the Executive Branch. He did the same thing to the military leadership.

      Most of those positions are career appointments and are difficult to purge. I don’t think we have any way of knowing how deeply the Obamabots are entrenched. But I hope PDJT is and has been working a strategy to root them out and replace them.

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      • JT says:

        If they are SES (senior executive service rank federal employees) and if it’s true the President can reduce their salaries to a $1 – then he should do it. Then review their record of performance since January 2017 and restore the pay to those who have followed his policies. He is their boss. If they have not performed as expected then either dismiss them or demote them. SES are not protected as regular civil servants are. If they were appointed by Obama they can be dismissed by the President. Their jobs can also be abolished and they are thus exited.

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    • George1 says:

      It will go down quite far in the chain of command. This because swamp mob rules apply and everyone, Patriot and Swamp creature knows this full well.

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    • Steve says:

      I hear janitor at the FBI HQ is pretty clean. And the guy who washes the windows at the DoJ.

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  9. myrightpenguin says:

    One thing I am not a fan of is Hannity et al. going on on their show every day for three weeks continuous that the declassification of documents has been imminent and will be a bombshell that blows everything out of the water. Ideally you only want to be hyping it up at most a couple of days before the big drop, otherwise it all becomes over-hyped and the surprise element for the ‘enemy’ is lost somewhat.

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    • TigerBear says:

      I agree. The hype is just too much. I no longer bite on the “Booms” and the “tic tocs” as its usually a big fizzle based on all the before hand hype. 🙂

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Your comment on Hannity reminds me of Clinton’s tactic. As a defense, they leaked to media lies about what was going on. Taking the lies as true, media overhyped false accusations that far exceeded the real crimes that were committed. When the real crimes came to light, they were portrayed as nothingbergers and those believing the Clinton leaks had egg on their face.

      Sometimes it feels as if this tactic is being repeated, but to protect those attempting coups against Trump. Super hyped accusations, keeping us in our seats by saying the MOAB will be dropped against them imminently, tick tock, etc. Meanwhile, nothing pans out, every crime they commit doesn’t look as bad as the hype, and we are always flat footed by their next outrageous action. On and on it goes.

      Almost as if they care more about ratings and don’t mind abusing their viewers. They haven’t lost enough viewers to regret this abuse. Tick tock. The MOAB is coming. Tune in tonight. (Suckers)

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  10. Akindole says:

    Encouraging stuff to hear from JD, but don’t expect anything until after the hurricane blows through and the media gets bored with that. Our VSG will use the FEMA routine, like last year, to get the recovery/assistance efforts/message out first. This is going to be a big one, and he’s not going to let the Marxist state hacks pull a Puerto Rico on him.

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    • JX says:

      Plenty of aid was sent to Puerto Rico. Workers decided to go on strike and the materiel sat on the docks, was not distributed, and prevented other ships from unloading. Then they had the gall to blame Trump.

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    • bitterlyclinging says:

      NC Governor, Cooper, is a ‘D’ and you can bet that Soros, Steyer, and Obama will be leaning heavily on his shoulder while whispering in his ear.
      Expect lots of “Giving them space to destroy” type comments to come out the office in Raleigh, with absolutely no Chris Christie style huggings of Buraq, The Liar, Hussein Obama images coming against the sand and wreckage strewn back drop of the Outer Banks beaches.

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  11. Kevin O'Shea says:

    Baker cooperating – sounds like Page is cooperating – the smart ones will cut themselves a deal

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    • Padric says:

      LOL, yeah. Notice its all the lawyers? People who know what the ramifications are of cutting a deal vs not.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        They’re not dumb, just a little misguided. Comey, on the other hand. Not so sure.

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        • Tall Texan says:

          Comey is the dumbest kind of dumb. He believes his own bullsh@t. And he has (at least) since he was appointed US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and came into his appointment on a white horse with how “apolitical” he is. No one half-intelligent believes that about any US Attorney, let alone one that covers that hyper-political district.

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  12. Rose says:

    Meuller investigation is an oxymoron, the only evidence against Trump was planted by the FBI and DOJ using human sources. The entire investigation is akin to dirty cops investigating themselves, the cover up by law enforcement is the worst criminal scandal in our life time.

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    • Paqul Killinger says:

      Are you referring to the first or SECOND COVERUP, the one being perpetrated NOW by Messrs Sessions, Rosenstein and Wray?

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    • George1 says:

      Mueller accomplished his main objectives. #1. He and his team have undoubtedly destroyed evidence of the previous administrations crimes. #2. Their team has kept our President from accomplishing at least some of his agenda and caused him to waste energy defending against this nonsense. The team has allowed the criminals to get all the way up until the mid-terms. They are counting on at least taking back the house. If that happens it is total mission accomplished for Mueller.

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      • Steve says:

        Can’t agree with your negative assessment. ALL the evidence is out there and DJT and his team almost certainly have everything. Secondly, I always laugh when people say how the Mueller witch hunt has slowed down DJT. If this is a “slowed down” POTUS, then let’s bring him to a full stop! The guy is a political perpetual motion machine! He’s knocking every ball out of the stadium. If anything, the lies and distortions just energize him.

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  13. RJones says:

    The indictments had better go way Beyoncé Comey, Strczk, and McCabe. I don’t care if they go to jail on crimes more minor than treason or sedition, but it WAS a cabal that tried to rig the election and remove the president after the election. And it involved MANY more than just those three. It involved media and congress people. It involved everyone around Obama. None of this will be reported so the only way to get the point across is indictment and prosecution. My expectation is MANY will be indicted. If this does not happen, I will hold Trump and Sessions responsible. Promises made. Will they be kept?

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  14. RobInPA says:

    “The obama people are finally going to pay a price.” – J. diG.

    I hope that you are right Joe! May that list include many other’s, including the very CROOKED one!

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  15. I always knew 0back Barama was the impetus for the Flynn persecution. The former dictator HATED when he was exposed.

    Senator Bob Menendez (democrat dirt-bag that he is) was targeted for prosecution after he correctly pointed out the perfidious folly of 0bama normalizing relations with the Castro filth in Cuba (a large portion of Menendez’s constituents are anti-Castro escapees from that island prison). Does anyone think a democrat senator “of color” would have been prosecuted by 0bama/ Holder had there not been a personal reason?

    Dinesh D’Souza exposed 0bama as a man with deep-seated hatred of the West fostered by his third world Muslim / leftist upbringing and was targeted as well.

    There are more examples, I’m sure, but don’t forget, it was Mike Flynn who very publicly warned the 0bama regime that precipitously withdrawing from Iraq, falsely claiming the place was “safe & secure”, would be a debacle and roll out the red carpet for a hoard of murdering Islamic savages. Flynn was 100% correct and, again, to those paying attention, exposed 0bama as the appeaser and facilitator of the Islamic caliphate he was. I’m convinced that’s why Flynn was targeted.

    I pray JD is correct, because the left won’t stop doing shit like this and much worse until they are made a very public example of and taught that we won’t tolerate this crap in our country.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “First we f*ck Flynn. Then we f*ck Trump.”
      – Andrew McCabe

      Your tax dollars at work, ladies and gentlemen!

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    • “the left won’t stop”

      You are correct, but republicans, being the stupid party, do not see this. The left will stop when there is push back. Right now, there is none. Only the little people and republicans suffer for infractions and perjury traps. When you get a fighter at DOJ who pushes back then the left will call for a truce.

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  16. Kris Langley says:

    The VSGPDJT was supposed to fold under this pressure, and resign even if innocent – in their minds.

    They didn’t count on his fortitude

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  17. steph_gray says:

    Well, nobody has to “wake me up when x happens.” I am thoroughly enjoying the delicious drip-drip of evidence revealed daily against the criminals who tried to steal an election and destroy the United States, no less. I’m enjoying knowing that they grow more desperate by the hour.

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  18. Cankles Clinton says:

    Baker went to work at Lawfare, how can he be cooperating?

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    • Pete C. says:

      President Trump gave us the clue who was really cooperating in a tweet when he called Lisa Page “beautiful.” I mean, she’s not just totally ugly, but she’s no FLOTUS either!!! However, beauty is in the eye of the beholder (lol)! Page will definitely have to clarify her relationship with Bruce Ohr which she brushed over earlier as not much (and it appears from Ohr it is much!). It’s like I tell family or employees — here’s a shovel, you can either dig your hole deeper or do what’s right and start filling it in!

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      • Cankles Clinton says:

        The Lovely Lisa was the beneficiary of a makeover before appearing before congress.

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      • Chewbarkah says:

        Lisa Page’s looks are irrelevant. What is more and more evident is that a substantial part of her taxpayer-funded job involved coordinating leaks and disinformation to shape public opinion, manipulate politics, sometimes as part of schemes to recycle the leaked material into FISA evidence. I can understand that the FBI might occasionally spread false information to throw criminals off the track, etc. But when did the FBI start spewing leaks and disinformation as part of a blatant political agenda? Are Wray, Sessions, Rosenstein et al continuing this? Their silence on the issue comes across as approval.

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      • Dave says:

        I thought it was hilarious when PDJT called Ohr’s wife extremely beautiful! LOL!!

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    • GB Bari says:

      Yeah that got me curious also. My guess he’s got plenty of legal protection and his cooperation is limited to providing only that which won’t incriminate him or anyone he deems important to his future.

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    • Paqul Killinger says:

      …And reporting any potentially illegal on-going efforts there…?

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  19. jmclever says:

    Ja mes baker now a cooperating witness against Comey per DiGenova @3:20 mark. Who’s he cooperating with? Not Congress or Mueller. The same grand jury that’s hearing evidence against McCabe? A separate grand jury?

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    • flyboy46 says:

      A question for the legal eagles on this site, can a grand jury hear evidence on more than one case? It seems to me I have heard they are empaneled for a specific amount of time but they can then hear other cases in succession, just not more than one case at a time.

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      • Dave says:

        I can speak for the ones in Florida, flyboy. We were empaneled for a period of 18 months, with the possibility of a six month extension, and we did serve the full two years. We heard evidence from several cases per weekly session, from a variety of assistant US attorneys.

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  20. jmclever says:

    DiGenova states as fact that Obama, Biden , Sally Yates and Susan Rice met in the oval office to discuss how to take down General Flynn. Recall it was Yates who brought the possibility of Flynn troubles to the attention of the President.

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  21. jmclever says:

    DiGenova describes the Papadopoulos encounters with Stephan Halper and others as “pretextual meetings set up by FBI through Peter Strzok.”

    Basically, Papadopoulos was framed by the FBI to get at Trump. Thanks to Sundance’s reporting we know that the get Trump plan started long before those meetings took place and the FBI claiming Papadopoulos was the reason for the surveillance are patently false.

    Wouldn’t that mean that Halper and the others are FBI assets? That confirms in my mind that Carter Page is also an FBI asset who knowingly allowed himself to be placed into the campaign.( Maybe he and the others did not know the reason at the time, but they were planted with their knowledge.)

    pretext: a purpose or motive alleged or an appearance assumed in order to cloak the real intention or state of affairs

    Legal definition: Pretext generally refers to a reason for an action which is false, and offered to cover up true motives or intentions. https://definitions.uslegal.com/p/pretext/

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    • Paqul Killinger says:

      Halper was much more likely a CIA asset via the State Department.

      And I believe you’re way of base about Mr Page. But we’ll see.

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      • Paqul Killinger says:

        I would respectfully suggest those who believe Carter Page is “dirty” to read the redacted FISA Warrant that has been published, his bio, and explain how it is the House Intel Cmte hasn’t said a WORD about his possible involvement before continuing to condemn him.

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      Why is Papa still trying to set up Jeff Sessions with his Russia meetings if he is clean. I still think Papa was working with the FBI. That’s why he has such a short jail term and his fine is money he was paid.

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      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        He got 14 days because the “evidence” against him is as flimsy as toilet paper in a hurricane. His “lying” to the fbi was misremembering when he spoke to Misfud or Downer, or one of the other fbi actual human asset.

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  22. jmclever says:

    No wonder Hillary can’t believe she lost! All the frame ups at the FBI/DoJ , the MSM carrying water for her, and the manipulation by Google and she still lost??!! It had to be the Russians (probably the ONLY group who wasn’t in the tank for Hillary!)

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  23. cali says:

    First: I read about many dis-encouraged citizens having lost faith in president Trump’s promise to drain the swamp.

    To understand the overly slow draining there are a number of issues that need to be resolved before these deep state actors can be rounded up. Their entanglements are deep and lodged in this rabbit hole that extends not only in every nook here but also abroad. This deep state apparatus has people in place that could derail and block the drainage ergo to be successful the president and his team are in the process to cleanse the institutions that are important in this endeavor.

    Also remember that the president must cross every t and dot every I because there is only one chance to do this. If he fails to take out the deep state it is us the American citizens and those abroad feeling the wrath of the deep state. They are an entrenched apparatus and dangerous to boot. They could cause “The Sum of All Fears’.

    The courts and many its judges are corrupt that need replacements, the DOJ leadership being corrupt and need cleansing/replacements as well as the FBI that also needs cleansing.
    The CIA/deep state is not salvageable needing to be ‘torn up into little pieces’ (JFK). We have the NSA and as we’ve seen under the leadership of Rogers that it can do much better than the traitorous ‘farm’ also known as deep state.

    Take a look at all the characters fired since the president’s arrival at the white house: DOJ, FBI. The CIA under Brennan and Strzok et al is taken care of via back channels. Politicians involved in this coup like Paul Ryan, Flake, Thune and host a many others are resigning or not running for re-election. The same goes for the democratic side.

    For the corrupt critters and seditionists in DC there are sealed indictments filed by either Huber and his grand juries or Sessions together with other white hats in California and other places.

    Everything is timed – the president has to assure that he works with clean and constitutionalist judges, a clean DOJ and a clean FBI. Don’t say the swamp is not drained because it is.

    Ask no-name aka McCain if GITMO and military tribunals are a fantasy. the McCain family knows that he did not die because of the discontinuation of his treatment.

    Ask Huma, Podesta, Hillary, McCabe and others in the plotter gang if the military tribunal is real. They all were forced to appear and cut deals. No deals!
    The Huma’s, Weiner’s and Podesta’s all are co-operating while others refuse. The worst like HRC, Hussein, Brennan and others like them are not offered any deals. The will face justice ergo the recent reminder of @Sundance that Hussein is very afraid.
    They all see shadows in their heads not knowing when the night owl and night raiders come knocking. It’s by intent keeping them off balance so as to have a successful draining of the deep state.

    The world is watching and we see people rising abroad one after another because they too want to do what we – the deplorable did during 2016. They follow us, support us and many white hats there are helping.

    The biggest two white hats are president Putin and NK’s Kim Jon ung (sp): the soccer ball given to the president by Putin had 161 terabytes in intelligence in it, the NK leader turned over the Google server from ERic Schmidt containing the complete 2016 treason and each player plus more.

    Pray for our president and please pray for our military men and women who are currently undertaking the most formidable enemy they ever faced. Some of our patriots die in the process.

    Think about these men and women and it will be easier to be patient because despite all odds our president and his team are doing what he promised us!

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  24. Bogeyfree says:

    I agree Joe seems to know many of the facts on this conspiracy and seems be in the know from maybe an insider perspective and he speaks boldly and very confidently.

    So I’ve got a suggestion. Would Joe and Sundance ever considering connecting on a phone interview? I could see some incredible questions coming from the person (Sundance) who knows this case and players inside and out coupled with the man who could be the future AG after the mid-terms once Sessions is canned and the documents are declassified to prove the conspiracy to support the firing and Joe’s confirmation.

    If so I’d like to know from Joe:

    1) does he see the President using the EO from Dec and the one in March regarding military tribunals to prosecute any conspirators who are charged?

    2) what is his source on the Jan 5 meeting where O and team developed the get Flynn plan.

    3) In his opinion what will be the issues or evidence that in the end will lead to indictments of Obama and Clinton and what could those crimes be in his opinion.

    4) Once the FISA, 302’s, Bruce Ohr testimony and other documents are declassified will we see hard evidence that the FBI feed the media bogus info so they could help take trump down and does he think some in the media could be Indicted?

    5) and finally based on the evidence he is seeing what is the name of the crime he sees prosecutors leveling against these main perpetrators? Is it subversion and if that high again will the military court be used to try the cases?

    A Sundance interview would be incredible because not only is all the intricate knowledge and detail there but Sundance’s incredible preparation and ability to zero in.

    IMO this interview alone could multiply viewers by 1000x.

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  25. lawton says:

    Gives me a little hope a few people might actually be charged for these illegal spying crimes.

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  26. railer says:

    I like Joe, and he may be getting briefed by people in the know, but he’s always on the bleeding edge of discoveries re Muh Russia, so you’d want to go slow with what he’s providing us. In his narrative, he says Mueller only eventually found out what a pile of crap this Muh Russia is. Wrong. Mueller always knew. He hired Weismann, who always knew. Joe sort of is providing an escape hatch for the Mueller conspiracy, which is fine I suppose, Trump thus retains the option of blackmailing Mueller and offering him sanctuary from prosecution. I approve of this, but let’s be clear that Mueller is part of this conspiracy, and we better get something back if he’s not prosecuted eventually, him and the despicable Weismann. Mueller’s report cannot be anything but a retraction of every lie that’s been told here, leaving Trump a clear field to pardon all those Mueller persecuted, and a clear field to drain the Swamp. Mueller should really turn on his fellow conspirators in his report, in other words. That’s the quid pro quo for declining to prosecute Mueller and company.

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    • This assumes Mueller is innocent and a white hat, which he is not. He will do as much damage as possible. Think Fitzgerald. He knew from the get go about Plame but went ahead and did as much damage as possible, thanks to Comey who put him there. RR, Mueller, and Comey are all friends. Republicans never learn.

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    • L. E. Joiner says:

      It’s pretty clear that Mueller’s phony ‘investigation’ was the ‘Insurance Policy’ that Strzok promised. I suppose it is possible that Herr Mueller was surprised when he found out what thin gruel the Comey-Brennan-Strzok team actually provided him to work with. Maybe that’s what Joe DiG meant. /LEJ

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  27. Ray says:

    Vote , I know people here know that. But make it a life and death level decision Vote in November.

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  28. Daniel G. says:

    I don’t get it. DiGenova has talked repeatedly about how Sessions and Huber are useless, how Huber hasn’t interviewed Ohr or the whistleblower his wife represents on the Uranium One case. Now he’s talking about how James Baker is a “cooperating witness” in a case against James Comey. Well, who’s working on prosecuting that case? It couldn’t be anybody else but Huber, right? If Huber and Sessions are useless, how in the world is he getting information that Baker is being pitted against Comey in a possibly prosecution against Comey? Something doesn’t add up in all of this. It certainly doesn’t add up when combined with everything we’ve heard previously from DiGenova.

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  29. Concerned says:

    HUGE! Joe DiGenova: Yates, Rice, Biden, Comey and Obama Met in White House to Discuss Targeting Mike Flynn (AUDIO)
     

    DiGenova dropped this bomb during the interview
    During the infamous January 5, 2017 White House meeting Sally Yates, Susan Rice, Joe Biden, James Comey and Barack Obama discussed how they would target General Michael Flynn.
     
    This is a huge development!
    1. Mueller has told close confidants he was handed “a piece of crap on collusion.” But investigated it further with no fruits.
    2. DiGenova mentions, “James Baker, former FBI General Counsel, is a cooperating witness in a case against James Comey.”
    3. DiGenova says there will be one more indictment related to Lying to the FBI. However “the Mueller Probe is coming to an end with NO indictments about collusion whatsoever.”
    4. DiGenova: “This is going to be a bad next 30 days for a bunch of people in the FBI and DOJ under Obama.” This is in relation to the declassification of the FISA documents for Carter Page which
    is in processs.
    5. DiGenova also brings up the January 5th, 2017 meeting with Rice, Yates, Biden, Comey, and Obama. He says “[It] was a meeting to discuss how Sally Yates was going to get Michael Flynn. And the President
    of the United States, Barack Obama, was directly involved in these discussions.” This is another bombshell itself, and deserves a whole article. Suffice to say, I don’t have the time to suss out all the legal and
    ethical contradictions there are compared to the treatment of President Trump. This whole interview just blew me away. Listen for yourself.
     
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/09/huge-joe-digenova-yates-rice-biden-comey-and-obama-met-in-white-house-to-discuss-targeting-mike-flynn-audio/

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  30. Ray says:

    Joe dGenova as AG and the DoJ-FBI would be law enforcement instead of a cover up agency.

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  31. Concerned says:

    HGregg Jarrett: Rosenstein, Comey, Yates and McCabe Deceived the FISA Court and Can be Prosecuted (VIDEO)

    By: Jim Hoft
    Newly released text messages and records obtained by the House Oversight Committee reveal Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were discussing a strategy to leak unverified information to the media
    in an effort to damage the Trump administration.
    As Cristina Laila reported earlier the FBI lovebirds were discussing media leak strategy in April of 2017-just one month after AG Sessions recused himself-a very critical time leading up to the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
    On Monday, Freedom Caucus Chairman and member of the House Oversight Committee Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) sent a letter to the DOJ, addressed to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein saying a "review of the new documents raises grave concerns regarding
    an apparent systemic culture of media leaking by high-ranking officials at the FBI and DOJ related to ongoing investigations," reported Sara Carter.
    One day after the Washington Post ran their story on Carter Page, Peter Strzok congratulated his paramour, Lisa Page on a job well done.On Monday night Sean Hannity discussed this latest
    development with reporter Sara Carter and FOX News legal adviser Gregg Jarrett.
     
    Jarrett told Hannity that several top Obama DOJ officials could be criminally charged.
    Sean Hannity: Who goes to jail?
    Gregg Jarrett: A lot of people could be subject to prosecution including all the individuals Rod Rosenstein, James Comey,
    Sally Yates and Andrew McCabe, who deceived the court. They deceived the court, perpetrated a fraud on the court deliberately.
     
    https://www.tapwires.com/2018/09/11/gregg-jarrett-rosenstein-comey-yates-and-mccabe-deceived-the-fisa-court-and-can-be-prosecuted-video

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  32. Concerned says:

    DiGenova also brings up the January 5th, 2017 meeting with Rice, Yates, Biden, Comey, and Obama. He says “[It] was a meeting to discuss how Sally Yates was going to get Michael
    Flynn. And the President of the United States, Barack Obama, was directly involved in these discussions.” This is another bombshell itself, and deserves a whole article. Suffice to say, I don’t have the time to
    suss out all the legal and ethical contradictions there are compared to the treatment of President Trump. This whole interview just blew me away. Listen for yourself.

     
    What other discussions was the former President of the United States, Barack Obama, directly involved in during the time from January through March of 2016?

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  33. Concerned says:

    White House Lawyers Actively Reviewing Docs For Declassification
    DCwire
    By Daily Caller
    Chuck Ross and Saagar Enjeti on September 11, 2018

    President Trump is insistent on releasing FBI and DOJ documents related to surveillance of campaign advisers, but he has received pushback from White House lawyers, according to multiple
    sources

    House Republicans have pressed Trump to release the controversial documents
    Congressional sources say that they expect Trump to release the records, but they have tempered their expectations on when they will be made public

    White House lawyers are actively reviewing controversial FBI and DOJ documents relating to the 2016 presidential campaign for possible declassification, multiple sources with knowledge tell The Daily Caller
    News Foundation.
    The review process is being led by Emmett Flood of the White House counsels office at the urging of an insistent president, two sources with knowledge of the process told TheDCNF. A source close to the
    president noted that Flood and his colleagues within the counsel’s office are generally opposed to declassification, out of the concern for the precedent it would set as well as any unintended consequences of making
    the information public.
    Sources cautioned that declassification could occur as soon as this week though the uncertainty reflects the nature of the review process itself.
    The White House did not respond to a request for comment. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders demurred on declassification in a Monday briefing saying “I can’t get into that right
    now.”
    Trump himself told The Daily Caller in a recent Oval Office interview on declassification “we’re looking at it very seriously right now because the things that have gone on are so bad.”
    At issue within the counsels office is whether to wholesale declassify documents related to former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page and Justice Department official Bruce Ohr or partially redact information
    to protect sources and methods, two sources familiar with the process said. A source directly familiar with the process said he is certain some declassification action will occur within the coming weeks.
    Rumblings and excitement over prospective declassification have reached a fever pitch in recent days among allies of the president.
    On Thursday, a group of conservative House Republicans held a press conference calling on Trump to declassify and release the documents, which they claim show widespread reliance on politically motivated
    opposition research in obtaining FISA warrants on Page.
    “We are confident that the FISA application will prove that the highest levels of the DOJ and FBI failed to provide the FISA court with critically important information when they requested a warrant
    to spy on Carter Page,” New York Rep. Lee Zeldin said at the press conference.
    Other documents said to be under review by the counsel’s office are notes from a DOJ interview of Ohr as well as documents related to the FBI’s use of a confidential informant to make contact
    with Trump campaign advisers. Ohr exchanged several messages with salacious dossier author Christopher Steele while his wife was working for the same firm that commissioned the document. Ohr used his relationship with Steele
    to push the dossier towards investigators looking into any purported connections between the Trump 2016 campaign and the Russian government.
    While Trump allies expect him to declassify the documents before the November midterms, some have tempered their expectations over the past several weeks.
    “I’ve come to expect these things to take more time than expected,” one congressional source briefed on Trump’s thinking told TheDC.
    “I think there’s a good chance he’ll do it, but we haven’t heard anything specific indicating this week,” another source said.
     
    https://thepoliticalinsider.com/trump-declassify/

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Pres. Trump does not need to fully declassiify just the FISA records. He should direct the DOJ/FBI to immediately provide Congress with all the records requested by Congress, in unredacted form. There is no excuse for withholding requested records from Congress.

      He should release the all Weiner laptop records, including the “insurance policy” files to Congress.

      He should release the original, and the “amended” Flynn so-called form 302. He should insist on releasing all of mccabes and comey’s emails, texts and calls, to Congress, which the FBI has refused to even collect or look at. Why are Paige and Strzok’s emails provided, and not comey’s and mccabe’s? done on fbi time with fbi phones and equipment?

      Congress could pass a quick, simple law authorizing release to Congress of all previously requested records, unredacted, which Trump could sign, making this all available to Congress. If the Brits interfered (sources and methods) or spied on americans running against hillary, congress needs to know.

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  34. dayallaxeded says:

    Just popped in to say–not reading or listening to any more of this BS until it becomes not-BS: i.e., when declassifications of information produced by MY government (you know, that whole “of the people, by the people and for the people” thing) actually happen; when indictments of the real criminals are publicly filed and prosecutions initiated; when arrests of real malfeasors and seditionists take place. Until then, it’s all nothing but BS.

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  35. Dave Sanderson says:

    We’re ALL getting antsy for “something BIG to happen.” Here’s when the “declassified documents” will become public in my estimation.

    If you’ve been paying attention to Trump’s impeccable sense of timing, it’s not ‘good luck’ it’s great planning. He always “runs back the kick for a TD” right after the Swamp Creatures ‘score’ points.

    What’s the next likely ‘score’ from the Swamp? >>> the MSM swamposaurus will be roaring loud praise of Bob Woodward’s soon-to-be released book about the Trump White House, cal;led “Fear.” I’m not positive but pretty sure it comes out this week, maybe Weds. Sept. 12th.

    Whenever Woodward’s book hits the stores and he hits the promotional circuit, I expect Trump to then release the declassified documents, and they will be EPIC! Remember how he let Comey get into his book tour and then BAM!, Trump kneecapped him! …well, I’m expecting the same impeccable timing from Trump to crush Woodward’s soon-to-be-launched book promotion tour.

    We shall see …stay tuned.

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  36. Mark Mears says:

    Maybe Joe Degenova is throwing little tidbits out there that he suspects are true. Baker turning on his mates. I call it “stirring the pot ” just to get some reaction from swamp creatures. After all he’s a lawyer. If that’s true it’s about time we play dirty. They do it all of the time.
    I was thinking about the Chinese having all of HRC’s emails real time and now reports of Misfud being dead and wondering how many others besides the 20 or so reported. How many are looking over their shoulders and now can’t move about so freely. Just my devious mind again.

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  37. Fools Gold says:

    Thx Sundance. I love Joe (and his wife) and everything he’s talking about is sensational. However, I’m waiting on the sensational actually happen. Guess it’s all that talk about the conundrum that’s got me worried too….

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  38. Retired Ig says:

    For whatever reason, I guess I have been down on Joe ( my Dad’s name )was also Joe) lately and am proud to say I take my words back. Peace ALL. Joe is an AMAZING TIGER, GTIZZLY FOR THE TRUTH.

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