One Angry Man – Joe diGenova Skewers Goodlatte, Gowdy, McCarthy, Ryan and Rosenstein…

Former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova appears on WMAL radio for a discussion of the joint house committee issuing subpoenas for Loretta Lynch, James Comey and Sally Yates.  diGenova brings up a good point, what happens if they just simply refuse to comply?  Answer: Nothing.  From diGenova’s perspective it’s chaff and countermeasures.

In this interview a fired-up diGenova strongly lambasts Bob Goodlatte, Trey Gowdy, Paul Ryan and Kevin McCarthy for enabling a highly political Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller to cover-up the institutional corruption within the DOJ and FBI.

Tweet Date September 21st, 2018

In the 178-page court document, DOJ officials said they had “determined that disclosure of redacted information in the Carter Page FISA documents could reasonably be expected to interfere with the pending investigation into Russian election interference.”  (link)

In other words, Rosenstein’s DOJ position is any attempt to declassify the Page FISA documents is interference or obstruction of the Mueller investigation (Russia Probe).

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246 Responses to One Angry Man – Joe diGenova Skewers Goodlatte, Gowdy, McCarthy, Ryan and Rosenstein…

  1. Iamcat says:

    Forget them all. Whitiker needs to appoint a special counsel to bust the coup Cabal.

    Liked by 7 people

  2. Iamcat says:

    Everything and anything done to reveal the truth will be interfering with the lame illegal investigation.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Sneaky Pete says:

    The stronger side will win, and deserves to.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Rock Knutne says:

    So we got a guy who would do what’s necessary.

    He wants the job.
    He knows the players.
    He knows the game.
    He knows the lay of the land.
    He’s eminently qualified.
    And lastly he aches for justice to be served upon these rats both Democrat and Republican.

    Why isn’t he being considered for the job?

    Can anybody answer that question?

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    • 4sure says:

      He will not be considered because no one wants the damn swamp drained. It is NOT going to be drained. We lost the house. McTurtle will privately tell Trump to do nothing to drain the swamp if Trump wants the Sen. to support him on SOME things. The Sen. now holds the leverage(SD likes leverage) over Trump. And there are many GOPe swamp critters who will be implicated in the coup.

      Whitaker is neutered and so will any AG who doesn’t go rogue and doesn’t use the bully pulpit. If you have a rogue AG like Joe Di, Trump can always say, he can’t get involved. Remember how he was not supposed to even say hello in passing to Sessions?

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      • Susan Bolle says:

        And McCarthy, who is the handpicked minority leader by Ryan will continue down the same course of doing nothing unless Congressmen/women hear from angry constituents. Jim Jordan is the only sensible choice. Let your Congressional rep know. Call, call, call!

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      Many people here view our problem as existential. Maybe Trump doesn’t. But it’s starting to feel all North and South like.

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      • Pew-Anon says:

        That’s exactly what I have been wondering. Steve Pieczenik was on IW today and he brought up a good point. Both Trump and his dad had to, shall we say, “work with” the mob in New York to achieve their success. The DC and DoJ mob are no different. Trump is used to working around and with these types to get things done, and to him it’s probably just business as usual. I get the impression that perhaps he thinks cleaning out a bunch of corrupt mid-level managers is just small potatoes and not worth his time.

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        • Craig D says:

          Response to Pew-Anon (November 19, 2018 at 8:18 pm) – I agree with your comment. Trump views the DOJ like the mob (Mafia). To get things done on behalf of the American people he (Trump) will tolerate the corrupt DOJ. Also, as stated in an earlier comment, McConnell has told Trump “leave the corrupt DOJ alone, as Republican Senators would be implicated as being part of the corruption”. In exchange, McConnell will get somethings through the Senate for Trump. Just like in the Godfather movie, Sam Hagen tells Sonny, “if the old man dies, you make the deal Sonny”. Trump has made the deal with McConnell.

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          • tanfords says:

            Great points all. Very possible what President Trump is thinking.

            The problem is that we have reached a tipping point.

            In an age where the criminals can sell yellow cake to our enemies, openly support those responsible for 911, assault Trump supporters with impunity, and now flip elections without consequence we don’t need a successful President. We need a Patriot hero.

            ….and surely President Trump doesn’t think that the Swamp will simply let him ride off into the sunset? If he leaves the Swamp in tact, the moment he is no longer President they will make an example of him and make us all watch.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I believe its because of conflict of interest, has been posted in comments, before.
      He or wife represent the FBI informant, on Uranium 1.
      So, he can’t be A.G.

      Maybe Judge Jeanine, or Judge Judy?
      “Don’t piss on my leg, and tell me its raining!”
      Lol.

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    • James Carpenter says:

      The simple, though highly unpalatable, answer is that the Swamp remains all powerful.
      We are fooling our selves if thinking that traitors and enemies of our Constitutional Republic are “on the run”.
      I offer the mid-term election results as evidence your Honor.

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    • steph_gray says:

      The best answer was already up above in comments on this article.

      1) With Whittaker in place for 210 days, VSGPDJT can appoint DiGenova after the lame duck, when he has the stronger Senate. Maybe even on day 209. In the process all of them have to go on the record, which is excellent for optics.
      2) JoeD won’t get confirmed, but that automatically puts Whittaker in place for another 210 days.
      3) Whittaker can turn around and hire JoeD as his assistant.

      Whittaker can do anything VSGPDJT wants in the meantime.

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    • Charlie Harrigan says:

      If I’m not mistaken, the reason Mr. Whitaker isn’t being considered as a permanent replacement, is that he is only acting AG, and can only serve in his current capacity for 210 days, unless a nominee put forth by the President isn’t confirmed by the Senate by then, at which time he can serve another 210 days…repeat until a confirmed nominee. It’s not that he isn’t qualified, or that he wouldn’t be a good pick. The system doesn’t allow for the acting AG to then be nominated and confirmed.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Due to Mr. diGenova’s comments he is not neutral. That is why he cannot be Special Counsel. However, he can be a DOJ Czar for POTUS. Making recommendations to the AG and given special assignments for FOIA investigations, etc. There have been clean-up Czar’s for the DOJ in the past.

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  5. Anon says:

    Appoint a special prosecutor. Do it before Jan1, 2019.

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  6. RJones says:

    The contrast between Digenova and Gowdy answering the same question was interesting.

    Gowdy deflected and deferred and refused to criticize leadership while Digenova lit them up. It was also interesting that Digenova skewered sessions. This suggests to me that he thinks sessions is a traitor.

    If we assume Digenova is right, then Gowdy is being friendly to colleagues on his way out, which I would not see as being consistent with a desire to seeing Justice done. Surely Gowdy was aware the subpoenas are an optical diversion only. Surely Gowdy is very aware of what The Obama people tried to do. Where’s the anger, bro? You a part of the insurance company?

    This whole affair is like a pimple that won’t away. I wish Trump would just lance the dang thing.

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    • steph_gray says:

      I think Gowdy has been known as pure RINO for a long time now.

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      • ALL mouth and NO action… just more coverup and delay to assist the swamp!

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      • RJones says:

        I get confused over who thinks what, bc it’s always changing, but I thought someone, perhaps SD, was promoting the idea he was clean at one point. Certainly, his resignation was never consistent with that idea, but at least someone felt he was resigning to be available for the AG job. Personally, after that Benghazi performance he will forever be scum as far as I’m concerned. He threw the fight. Was it because he was he is a corrupt little weasel, or some other other reason? Who knows. But, I think we’re reasonable to conclude he’s a crap pie. Good riddance. Hopefully karma will take him out.

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    • Aeyrie says:

      It’s all theater, folks! Closing curtain of Act l. I am thinking at this time of my late mom, also big fan of the Theater of Life as she called it. She once said (when in my impatient youth I bitterly complained that nothing ever gets done!) that a duck gliding on the surface of a lake doesn’t appear to be doing very much but under the water that duck is paddling like mad. I got the point. Mom passed on November 22, 2007, a Thanksgiving Day in that year also. She was a brilliant strategist. I often wonder how she would be viewing what is going on today in our country. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Blessings to you and yours, our Prez and family and our great country. By the way, we had a code word we shared. If you don’t mind, I’d like to share it with you as my Thanksgiving gift to you. The word was was EGBOK. EverythinG will Be OKay. 😉

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  7. Iamcat says:

    Right now, our government seems to be telling the American people that a soft coup organized by a former president against a sitting President is legal. That spying on political opposition and innocent Americans and utilizing the IC to set them up , is legal. Using a hidden bath tub server and allowing China to hack it, causing at least 70 CIA assets to be tortured and executed, is legal. If this stands, then the nation and the law are lost.

    Liked by 8 people

    • James Carpenter says:

      Which brings us to the Titanic.
      Not enough life boats for all.
      But there were survivors.
      Prepare yourself to be a “lifeboat”. That others might live, even if all cannot be saved.
      The American Experiment is facing Winter. In another season, have and be the seeds that restore it.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “a soft coup organized by a former president against a sitting President is legal”

      Clarification: “a soft coup utilizing the full power of the DOJ, FBI, CIA, and Foreign Intelligence assets, and organized by a former president against a sitting President, is legal”

      Liked by 4 people

    • Don Krause says:

      But a judge can force Trump to issue rules of decorum for the press. If this swampy abomination is not handled before the 2020 election season at the very latest Trump is going to lose a lot of support. I grant that he was swimming upstream. But rationales are running out. I have a limit. On the other hand I would still vote for him, just not with the same enthusiasm. I consider the swamp now issue numero uno even over immigration.

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    • Don Krause says:

      Yes, sir!

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    • Don Krause says:

      Yes, sir!

      Liked by 1 person

    • roubaix says:

      Since 9/11 the only people to go to prison for major government crimes have been the whistleblowers. These people hate the truth more than anything. The DOJ wants Assange next.

      Liked by 2 people

    • RJones says:

      I hate that “soft” modifier. It’s either an illegal conspiracy to remove the President or not. I wish someone would give us the correct statutes. Certainly if agents of a foreign power were involved, and it appears there were, this conspiracy could involve commission of treason. The last time I read what “sedition” was, it seemed like a bit of a stretch, but potentially we are also talking sedition. I would think there’s plenty of lying to congress or investigative officials out there, plenty of mishandling classified information. But I think we want to know what the overall conspiracy charge would relate to. I hope it includes the death penalty.

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  8. dissonant1 says:

    What I wouldn’t give for Joe D. to be AG and Victoria Toensing to be DAG. These are two people with morals! At least there are a few and a few proud to stand up left! Could two people do it? Maybe, maybe not. But you gotta start somewhere and no better place to start then from the top. If a fish rots from the head, a fish gets life from the head, too.

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  9. Ah so Huber was a press release.

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  10. Craig D says:

    The corrupt DOJ is just a “tool” used by the UniParty, GOPe and RINO’s. The corrupt DOJ knows that they (the DOJ) will be protected by the UniParty, GOPe and RINO’s as it is in their interest to do so. Trump needs to operate within the corruption, as he cannot defeat it. Welcome to real life!

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  11. Crystal says:

    From what I remember, Joe said he couldn’t be Trump’s lawyer because of a conflict of interest – his wife’s client being a whistleblower on U1. However, when asked by Gregg Jarret, who was subbing on Hannity’s radio show, if he’d take the AG post if offered, Joe said YES. That it was the best job in the world.

    Make of that what you will. I would assume that he would just recuse himself on anything to do with U1.

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  12. weareallandrew says:

    More useless outrage, fun for venting but worth less than a bucket of spit, if Trump wont act on it.

    I’m about done with the 3d chess trust the plan strategy self-stroking nonsense of the idealistic or misguided fools amongst us, especially the ostensibly careful and prudent citizen servants in Congress.

    Call me cynical, but I am even more bitter than SD at this point.

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  13. Retired IG says:

    So good for my spirit to just hear Joe Digenova ‘s voice. So full of piss, vinegar, and outrage. Hearing him speak makes my day.I think he would be awesome AG, but I don’t want to see him go through what they did to Kavanagh. But if Pres. Trump nominates him? That ‘s up to Mr. Digenova.
    Joe rocks. The sound of his voice makes me feel sane – sort of. No one can cure my insanity that me.

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  14. Rynn69 says:

    If people do not start getting prosecuted, perp walked, and imprisoned for these egregious crimes…the country is over. BE BOLD, MR. PRESIDENT. Nothing to lose, everything to gain. The country is burning around you. Restore LAW & ORDER before it is too late. Thank you.

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  15. One of the best points that Joe DiG makes this interview is to skewer the meme that the “rank and file, mid-level DOJ employees are good guys”. This is routinely said by commentators and others to make nice and reassure folks that there is only an issue with a handful of folks. But clearly the rot is both deep and wide in the DOJ.
    Fixing it ain’t easy and would sure require a very tough number at the top. It would be great if Whittaker can make headway, but the Dem resistance and use of legal (and sometimes extra-legal) tactics may hinder that. I’m willing to wait and see.

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  16. JimmyJack says:

    As I will continue to say, Gowdy is a swamp guardian, a dog and pony show who is most likely involved in the uranium and drug trafficking ratlines using the Charleston ports and Savannah River Site.

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  17. Pyrthroes says:

    Come 2019, this Trump Administration will face a deadlocked 116th U.S. Congress whose implacably partisan Lower Chamber will do everything possible to obstruct public business while hurling epithets at America’s duly elected Chief Executive.

    However this plays out two years from now, among all else Trump faces two critical domestic priorities: First, defenestrate Rats’ seditious-libel Mueller probe; and second, institute stringent balloting reforms to blast Rats’ decades of subversion –the real “closet coup”– at the root.

    Most probably, some ossified septuagenarian will head Rats’ 2020 ticket, accompanied by a suitably rabid gender-bending, tinctured demagogue, preferably a bizarre-o catawumpus such as DiFi, Fauxcahontas, Mde. Coco-Loco (Glenn Reynolds’ “Occasional Cortex”). However skritchin’ harridans may grunt-and-fuss, an honest tally will leave deadhead doctrinaires hoeing turnips through 2024.

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  18. mark says:

    Have posted on here three or four times now on the SC problem. I’ll try again. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don’t get rid of the SC. It’s already up, running and funded. Find a way to demote Mueller and put DeGenova in his place. How can that be done?
    If Whitaker is a white hat could he do something like this? Review the information that Mueller has, declare that no prosecutor would bring charges ( ring a bell?) but leave Mueller to prosecute the Russian cases and finish with Flynn, Manafort and Poppa D.. Then write a new sealed order ( that no one will ever see) for a NEW SC (my pick has always been Joe D. although some have suggested Abbot in Texas) and announce that there was more interference by other players. Joe D. DOES NOT have to be confirmed and let him take over the SC role. Of course we know the direction he would go. Any other suggestions along this line?
    Can Whitaker view the RR sealed letter to Mueller that expanded his prosecutorial scope? Has Whitaker seen the FISA documents in the skif ? Has Whitaker asked RR just what RR saw that was a different FISA that he signed? Have we the CTH sent any info or questions to Whitaker and if not why not? We know what happened, why it happened, how it happened and the time line with all of the documented links. That’s how I know , I click and read your links CTH.
    Just a parting thought. I asked my regular golf group if they knew what a 702 was, a 302 was, did they know any of these names Alexander Downer, Joseph Mifsud, Poppa D. ? These are conservatives. They heard of Poppa D.. That,s it. Didn’t know what he did or how he was involved but they heard his name. I suggest you ask some of your friends the same. That’s how far from mainstream we the CTH are. But it,s gotta come into the SUNLIGHT so to steal a phase from Jack Nicholson, ” Grab a weapon and stand a post” cuase the rest of a good part of America just doesn’t care YET and live and sleep peacefully under the umbrella of freedom that we fight for! Oh ya I almost forgot, can we give Matt Whitaker a chance, PLEASE?

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  19. Pokey says:

    I got your sunlight. The United States is no longer a Federation of States. It is now a single branch administrative government and the individual States have been reduced to provincial boundaries used solely for the purpose of Federal management. We might as well call them counties. This country no longer even resembles itself and it is no longer salvageable as any semblance of a Republic. We can keep fighting to save it, but for most people, it never existed and there has never been any understanding of it. It is FUBAR.

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  20. Meremortal says:

    Everyone who has no power knows exactly what to do. Those in power do nothing. What a meaningless exercise.

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  21. Bob Parker says:

    Note to President Trump:
    If you are REALLY interested in draining the swamp, Joe diGenova MUST be our next AG. PERIOD. End of sentence. I am not interested in FL AG Pam Blondie or any other trick or treaters that are actively angling for the AG position.

    By his own admission in this interview, Mr. diGenova stated that he would accept the job “In a NY minute!” and would immediately create FEAR within DOJ.

    Joe D literally puts FEAR in the hearts of the left without exception!!

    I am starting to wonder if Pres. Trump is laying low with a permanent AG appointment & saving JD’s AG appointment until after the next Congress is in session??

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  22. Zippy says:

    He makes exactly the points I’ve made here before. This should be taken as PROOF that:

    1. The Rep party is a phony opposition party.
    2. THE MISSION, Dem AND Rep is to prevent official revelation via official documentation of CRIMINAL behavior by TOP federal agencies.

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  23. Immigrated says:

    I think Trump and his presidency is done.

    Enjoy whatever is left of it. I don’t read any comments about Trump playing 3D and 4D chessboard moves!!!

    What happened Conservatives? Don’t feel it anymore?

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  24. Why hasn’t Whitaker done anything yet? Because President Trump has not wanted him to do anything?

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