Joe diGenova Discusses Flynn Case…

Joe diGenova appears on Fox News with Tucker Carlson to discuss the case against Michael Flynn and calls out the specifics behind the fraud.

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Byron York and Jonathan Turley also have a reaction to today’s Mueller filings below.

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192 Responses to Joe diGenova Discusses Flynn Case…

  1. Zorro says:

    Tucker takes a swipe, unexpectedly, at the globalists at the very end.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Sentient says:

      Not just the globalists. Our “failed foreign policy”, as Tucker said, has less to do with globalism than with our bizarre alignment with Sunni potentates.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Sentient says:

        And our unwillingness to let Russia be anything other than our sworn enemy.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Vor Daj says:

          The Russians are great allies compared to our own home grown Axis of Evil, aka FBI/DOJ/CIA.

          Liked by 44 people

          • Lantern Bearer says:

            Absolutely. The Russians aren’t the ones flooding every Western nation with utterly unassimilable foreigners against the will of the Western people within the Western nations. It is the globalists who are existential enemies of the American people, existential enemies of all the European peoples. Most of us are happy to help the world, but not at the cost of our own destruction.

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            • notunderwhelmed says:

              Lantern Bearer–
              Globalists are an existential threat to industrialized Western societies. However, by undermining our resources and laws by opening our gates to everyone, they are also an existential threat to hordes of migrants. Our countries economies will collapse and there will be no financial support left to assist struggling nations. Globalists will destroy all nations if this continues .

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          • Avi says:

            nobody eats nazis like Muller for lunch better than the Russians

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          • stephenbaze says:

            No doubt and Joe Di, spells it out as clear as possible ! I would live to see him a head of DOJ.

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          • Sugarhillhardrock says:

            Vor,
            Could not agree more. Each of those agencies is anti constitutional by their acts and deeds.
            I’d throw State in for good measure.

            When the whole Coup story is told, State is going to be proven to have acted as a conduit, for acts by Downer, Mifsud, Steele, Halper, etc. It’s an old boys club at its worst. That is my suspicion.

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            • mariner says:

              We’ll never get the whole Coup story or the whole State story, not even from President Trump.

              If we did we’d go on a rampage that would make the Reign of Terror look like a genteel soiree.

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          • bitterlyclinging says:

            $4700.
            Seventy two million and counting for Robert Mueller.
            Does that include the costs of the secret court hearings going on in a DC courthouse, last was yesterday, with the entire floor closed to the public and press, the arguing lawyers coming and going by secret entrances to obscure their identities.
            One caveat. CNN reporting.
            “Truth is a nice journalism school subject. This is a business” CNN producer.

            https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/14/politics/mueller-grand-jury-mysterious-friday/index.html

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            • cali says:

              @bitterlyclinging: Mueller made 60 million via the uranium deal ergo he is trying to save his own ass. He has corrupted by FBI going back years.

              His reply to the court in the case against Flynn was pure desperation on his part. It reads like a fake news request to ignite the leftists to protest.

              I do tell you this: Mueller and his goons goose is cooked – the Flynn case will shut his SC witch hunt down.

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      • Pyrthroes says:

        “Failed foreign policy”– what’s failed, in far-sighted looking out for strategic U.S. economic-military interests? Get a grip, Carlson– anyone who thinks Chinese kleptarchs, Putin’s assassins, murderous Saudi and other Muslump caliphates, are “solvable” by feel-good, soft-underbelly ministrations might recall 1914 – 1988 and counting.

        “Success” in today’s world means not only avoiding Armageddon but insulating oneself from the Late Roman decadence self-evident in every aspect of EU and other globulist (sic) venues. For reference, see Jacques Barzun’s magisterial “From Dawn to Decadence: 500 Years of Western Cultural Life” (pub. 2000; Barzun b 1907 died at 104 in 2012).

        For brutal comparison, consider 1875 – 1925 artistic/literary creativity with 1975 – 2025: Let’s just say that, despite high-tech pretensions, the prevailing Culture of Narcissism turns everything it touches into heaps of steaming offal.

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        • Hereward the Woke says:

          Good post. Yes, the key giveaway is artistic creativity. For all the criticism of the 1875-1925 period, they gave us Impressionism, Rachmaninoff and many other great artists and writers. What did we get from the second period? Maya Angelou and Eminem.

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          • 22denizen says:

            So True,

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          • Jon Maxwell says:

            We got Bing Crosby the man who gave us the microphone as an instrument, saved the record industry during the depression, helped give us tape recording a show for later broadcast, video recording, the voice of Christmas you can’t turn on Christmas music without half of it being Crosby, he gave us Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, in Art we got Andy Warhol, but ummm yeah that’s not much in Art, Bob Ross??? 😉

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Tucker takes a swipe, unexpectedly, at the globalists

      Guess you don’t watch his show much or have read his book:
      “Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution”

      It’s his brand.

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    • trapper says:

      Tucker’s “swipe” is a direct hit on the real target. “Foreign policy” is a broad term that includes trade policy, and American foreign policy has indeed been globalism.

      I will repeat some of my comment from yesterday in another thread. NAFTA was a trade scheme that, under the guise of a North American trading community, resulted in the transfer of tens of trillions of dollars of American wealth to undeveloped countries (read China).

      Anthropogenic global warming is a scientific hoax used to justify a massive forced transfer of wealth from developed countries (read the United States) to “undeveloped” countries (read China).

      TPP was a scheme to lure the United States into a multinational trading community much like the EU, which would dissolve American sovereignty into rule by an unelected TPC which would be dominated by … China.

      The Russian collusion story is a fairy tale put in motion by Brennan to thwart Trump’s efforts to re-establish American sovereignty and bust up the globalist plans.

      All of the above camouflaged the globalist maneuverings to advance a One World Government (New World Order, if you prefer). China was to be the delivery vehicle for this world government. Culturally the Chinese have never been anything other than mindless worker bees slaving in a hive, so it made sense to just expand that existing paradigm worldwide.

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    • Yy4u says:

      Read his book “Ship of Fools”. He gets what is going on

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  2. Zorro says:

    You got admit that Trey had a zinger about Comey “amnesiac with incredible hubris”.

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      The first tape with Joe D was spot on……

      The second……meh……they are still dancing around the fact that Gen Flynn should be found innocent….

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      • GB Bari says:

        Yes. They spoke as if totally unaware that Flynn was on Obozo’s Shitt List and was targeted for a frame-up out of pure political spite. I cannot take Byron York too seriously anymore as he too often argues narrow points while seemingly blind to the rest of the facts and the overriding context that come into view at a higher level.

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        • jebg46 says:

          Because Flynn was on Obama’s sh#t list did they have a FISA on Flynn from way back when the dispute started?

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          • GB Bari says:

            I don’t recall reading anything that they did a FISA, but of course we should assume they surveiled him (illegally) as soon as he went on that sh*t list.

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          • steph_gray says:

            IIRC, according to Dan Bongino’s excellent prosecution case, they did not need a FISA on Flynn.

            He was unmasked early on so that they could listen to any foreign communications to him under a hop rule.

            Also, they watched and waited for when Flynn went out of the country to an unsecured communications area and was called by the Russian ambassador – whose immediate call they ensured by kicking out a bunch of Russians and just waiting.

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        • Sugarhillhardrock says:

          GB,
          That is quite sage about York. He doesn’t want to call balls and strikes about the swamp in his commentary, he nibbles tangentially. He is a slightly less erudite George Will.

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    • Justin Green says:

      I didn’t get Trey’s follow-up “see you Monday”….

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Jill says:

    People are not used to seeing how billionaires work on a daily biases . Look at Trump,Lighthizer,Navarro,Mnuchin,Ross. And what they accomplished in 2 years.Trump taking out the deep state is a walk in the park for him. It might be central park at 2 a.m on a saturday morning.Never the less still a park.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      I remember being given a project to manage. My boss asked me how much time my team and I needed to complete it. I said, “Realistically, two weeks at most.” She replied, “You have two months. I don’t want to see it before then.”

      That’s how the government rolls in many places.

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      • trapper says:

        And in the business world you get two days, you’re up all night both nights, and when you close the deal you are given another one to do, with no “thank you” or pat on the back because, after all, that is what they are paying you to do. In a well run organization your “thank you” arrives at review and bonus time. If it doesn’t, you go sell it somewhere else. America. It’s a great place if you can keep up. It has always been that way. Watch “Red River” again. We do the impossible because we can, and we REALLY get off on it.

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      Right Jill !

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    • GB Bari says:

      I don’t know, we see how Soros and the Globalist billionaires work every day. Of course they’ve had a multi-decade head start.

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  4. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “the specifics behind the fraud”

    Mr. Comey sure had a great memory several days later in front of a friendly audience.

    Liked by 19 people

    • Trumpmendous says:

      You never know how much a man can’t remember until he is called as a witness. Will Rogers

      Liked by 16 people

    • jebg46 says:

      It does seem Comey gets so full of himself that once the media strokes his ego, he spills out lots of hidden truths forgetting he’s telling the whole world his secrets. Then he will be called on his public remarks when questioned under oath. Just love the boomerang effect.

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    • jebg46 says:

      It does seem Comey gets so full of himself that once the media strokes his ego, he spills out lots of hidden truths forgetting he’s telling the whole world his secrets. Then he will be called on his public remarks when questioned under oath. Just love the boomerang effect.

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    • jebg46 says:

      It does seem Comey gets so full of himself that once the media strokes his ego, he spills out lots of hidden truths forgetting he’s telling the whole world his secrets. Then he will be called on his public remarks when questioned under oath. Just love the boomerang effect.

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  5. alliwantissometruth says:

    hey, Mr. President, excuse me, I know you’re a busy guy, but if I may be so bold, I’d like to make a suggestion. Instead of bringing in a lot of…..um, shall we say, loyalty stunted people into your administration, maybe you could consider people like diGenova

    There’s not a lot of people out there that know the system and who aren’t a part of the Swamp. Those types could serve you, and by extension, us, well

    Hey, just a suggestion. Keep up the good work

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  6. wholland50 says:

    So, Turley and York think that the January 302 was filed with Judge Sullivan under seal? Would that need to be documented somewhere in the SC’s filing with the judge. In other words, I would guess that the public should know of the existence of the January 302, even if we cannot know the contents.

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    • NJF says:

      God question.

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      • Mo says:

        Actually Turley did not comment to York’s statement that possibly the special counsel filed the 302 under seal which would be good. So York speculates that it is a possibility. Why he thinks that would be good who knows.

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        • GB Bari says:

          The question would be if it was an un-altered 302 from January. If Pietka wrote it, it should show no lying. If it was later altered, it’s useless.

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          • mariner says:

            Au contraire–if it showed in January the FBI believed Flynn was telling the truth and in August changed it to appear the FBI believed Flynn was lying it would PROVE the FBI’s dishonesty and the lack of any evidence against Flynn.

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            • GB Bari says:

              Thatn was kind of the point I was making. I tthink its already been established that the orignal Flynn interview (the unannounced one at the White House) was where Agent Pietka & whoever else was with him indicated they did not think Flynn was lying. It was only after Oberleutnant Strzok got ahold of the 302 from a second (?) interview, from which somehow Obergruppenführer Mueller determined Flynn was lying. Something changed and everyone thinks it was a Strzok-altered form 302.

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              • OldParatrooper says:

                Stzrok was the second agent on the Flynn interview. Which means that if the original 302 said both agents believed Flynn was telling the truth as he knew it, any changes came from someone further up the FBI food chain, or possibly the DOJ. McCabe and Comey were just up the food chain in the FBI. Yates was up the chain in the DOJ.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      Prior Sullivan orders contemplated the filing of sealed or classified material. There would be an accompanying motion.

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  7. starfcker says:

    And here we are again. Each employee of the federal government, it seems, no matter what the agency, no matter what the rank seems to be playing their little part to the whole big lie. Obediently. Amorally. And without a shred of remorse. It’s unbelievable. Jim Kunstler had a good piece today on what a religion this whole thing has become. https://www.theburningplatform.com/2018/12/14/sleepwalkers-awoke/ Is there anything left except for groupthink, and rightthink, honed to a level that would make Kim Jeong Un proud. Have trouble identifying these people as Americans. Traitors is the word that comes to mind. And yet they go on and on with this crap. Judge Sullivan shouldn’t have to sort this out. Where is the Department of Justice? Is there anyone in that entire department that is honest or patriotic? How did Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch fill it with 100% loyal soldiers? And we can’t even change out one?

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    • Vor Daj says:

      “Is there anything left except for groupthink, and rightthink, honed to a level that would make Kim Jeong Un proud.”

      The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently. – Nietzsche

      Political Correctness, aka Hive mentality, is indeed the greatest force for stupidity and mental enslavement on the planet.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      They are Amerikans, Star.

      Americans believe in rules, like the 4th Amendment.

      Amerikans, view such restrictions on their interests as burdensome impediments which only thwart the activities of the little people, their Amerikan interests are too important to be bound or resticted.

      Their actions and laziness spearestricted.

      They are subversive to the core.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      I’ve been thinking the same thing for months. It seems inconceivable that 100’s if not 1000’s of DOJ/FBI employees who must have some knowledge of the alleged misdeeds can be as silent as wooden indians. Either there is nothing substantive re. illegal surveillance, etc. or these agencies are thoroughly infiltrated with deep state apparatchiks who are all “true believers”.

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      • Dave says:

        The reason why you won’t hear any whistleblowers coming forward is they literally would have to put their lives on the line. And yes, there are supposed to be protections for such people, but we all know how great that’s turned out, don’t we? /s

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        • Maybe not, it appears McCabe kept the plotters a small group
          Remember when Priestap ask.Strzok why he had his ” fingers” in everything..
          Perhaps they avoided any white hats.
          Many organizations are compartmented and one end of the horse has no idea.what the pther is up too.

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          • steph_gray says:

            Dan Bongino’s opinion matches up with this. He says that the coupsters were insulated at the top level and that, given what he knows of such organizations from his time in the Secret Service, there was no reason for the layers under them to know what was happening.

            I don’t know whether he is correct but he does have experience in the area.

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      • mariner says:

        Wooden Indians wish to be live employed Indians.

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    • Hereward the Woke says:

      James Kunstler is always worth a read. Interestingly, he’s a democrat and no admirer of DJT, but he’s still a decent guy with a good brain. He is actually quite upbeat in some of his posts about some of these traitors going to prison. Let’s hope he’s right.

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    • Joemama says:

      They had at least 8 years to pack the DOJ with social justice warriors, islamic terrorists and communists.

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  8. elaineohio says:

    Tucker is doing better at not interrupting.
    #FREEFLYNN

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  9. Right to reply says:

    Its seriously quite scary that people have the power to destroy your life just because they don’t like what you say. Those hateful bast***s deserve jail

    Liked by 9 people

  10. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Stealth Jeff, Horowitz and Huber have disappointed, at least so far.

    Have a feeling it might be a different story with Barr.

    Have to get Barr installed. I’m sure there is plenty of ammunition being built up against him as we speak. After the Kavanaugh circus, it seems that the lunatic fringe will try anything to get their way.

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  11. AModerateMan says:

    My take is that Joe diGenova always sounds so sure, confident and relevant but really nothing comes from any of his/this commentary, can we name one thing? The Trump haters are moving on to the inauguration funding crimes, Ivanka’s spending habits or PDJT’s his business dealings and so on and so forth.

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    • Republicanvet91 says:

      In many respects, that the left is maniacally throwing their underwear at the wall hoping something sticks…it suggests the Muh Russia! thing Mueller had is about done.

      Now, if he picks up other issues to continue his witch hunt, it certainly makes clear RoseyRod is allowing Mueller to run wild hoping his underwear sticks to something.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Republican,
        It certainly appears that Mulehead delayed Flynn’s sentencing so the digging into other matters could continue.

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    • Avi says:

      maybe because Trumps people aren’t following diGenova’s suggestions

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  12. Bogeyfree says:

    Since the AG spot is taken how about either AAG or Director of the FBI for Joe?

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    • mariner says:

      I like deGenova, but he’s a lawyer.

      For FBI Director we need a very experienced cop (if we can even find an honest one). We’ve had way too many lawyer FBI Directors.

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  13. Do we need Judge Emmet Sullivan to call Pientka?

    WOW: Second FBI agent who interviewed Mike Flynn ready to TESTIFY against Comey, McCabe and Strzok

    DOJ refusing to give Grassley access to agent who interviewed Flynn
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/doj-refusing-to-give-grassley-access-to-agent-who-interviewed-flynn

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    • Justin Green says:

      Wouldn’t be the first, second or third time people have blown off a request from Congress, lol.

      Who was the last person to actually be held in contempt for lying to Congress? Roger Clemens?

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      • This what I am trying to say: Does Judge Emmet Sullivan knows about Pientka wanting to testify against former FBI Director James Comey, Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and Strzok for malfeasance in their alleged entrapment of Flynn. And, the effort of the FBI to block Pientka’s testimony before Congress?

        Maybe the lawyers reading this article can tell us if Judge Emmet Sullivan, has the right to call Pientka to testify in his court? Material evidence?

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        • Mo says:

          Can a judge call a witness to testify? Hello

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          • Dutchman says:

            Good question. I THINK he could order the Prosecution to ‘produce’ Pientka, IF the Prosecution had used a 302 FROM Pientka, …but they DIDN’T.

            The most common procedure, as I see it, would be for Sullivan to demand to see the ‘original’302, from Pientka.

            If Prosecution admits it can’t produce, Judge tosses the case. However, if the Judge believes he is seeing evidence of a crime (suborning perjury), he COULD (I think) decide to investigate, and order the S.C. to produce Pientka.

            The Judge has a fair amount of power, IF he chooses to use it.

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            • beach lover says:

              I wouldnt be surprised if Mueller didn’t care if the case was tossed. He already has his pound of flesh from Flynn, and unless Flynn turns around and files charges, the rats will be happy to show sympathy and no jail.. and say. that’s it.. lets move along now.

              Until a judge really comes down hard on Mueller’s antics and exposes them for what they did, Mueller will just keep going at anything they can against Trump.

              BTW.. who was it that wrote “first we f*&^ Flynn then we f*&^ Trump”? Wasn’t that in one of McCabe’s memo’s? Can this not be a prime example of the mindset of the FBI at the time?? If it was, then the IG and all the rest were well aware of the set up, and they still let the charade against Flynn go down.

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            • Sugarhillhardrock says:

              Dutch,
              I agree. A judge can focus on a suspected crime or fraud commited in his Court and demand documents, other evidence, or a witnness be produced. He can also refer a crime commited in his Court to LE

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            • Could we be looking at the reason why the second F302 was done. To prevent, a Judge like Judge Emmet Sullivan from calling Pientka to testify?

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            • Mo says:

              Cool Cmon Judge Sullivan Free Flynn

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      • Zorro says:

        Yeah I think it was Clemens, He threw a curve ball on the wrong count or something.

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      • guest4ever says:

        Probably was.

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      • mariner says:

        Eric Holder was held in contempt, it just didn’t mean any consequences for him.

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    • Mo says:

      This You tube above Conservative Citizen channel is a great place to have a DiGenova marathon.

      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm5RmlRF3J7nz8QSg3RJ2yw/search?query=Joe+Di+genova

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    • Mo says:

      Excellent choice
      Thanks

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    • Chieftain says:

      june 11 article, July, August, September, October, November, December,….
      Will 2019 see the rule of law corpse revived?

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  14. Anonymous says:

    First video is just a rant with no analysis. Second one is more analytical but I’ve still heard it all before here.

    Lately I’m finding better stuff on Twitter in terms of analysis and dot connecting. The Fox stuff is just low level stuff to fill the airwaves. Yeah they are on our side but you don’t learn anything from them so listening is a waste.

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  15. Amy2 says:

    I’d still like to know who leaked the president’s conversation with the Australian leader. Sessions said he would crack down on leakers, but we never found out who listened in on the conversation, how they did it and who leaked it. Frustrating!!

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  16. CNN_sucks says:

    Mueller is a dangerous man and a criminal. Criminalizing political opponent. It is a terrible precedent.

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  17. Normally Quiet Observer says:

    IMHO … Flynn was targeted by the outgoing administration because of something(s) he knows and can prove about them and their crimes. The Obamites HAVE to, at the very least, discredit him BEFORE he talks.

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  18. Mary Tucchi says:

    Hey,
    I hate to keep on harping on this but could somebody f@&%ing do something about this?
    I’m looking at you, VSGPDJT, DDS

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  19. jack says:

    Joe deGenova should be the AG, no question about it. I just hope Trump gives the job to a Warrior who will defend Trump Team and go after D.C. swamp people!

    I just don’t trust Trump to pick the right person for the AG spot. Jeff Sessions was the biggest mistake of his presidency, and the next biggest mistake was not asking for Jeff’s resignation , the day Jeff recused himself!

    I know I’m acting like a ARM-Chair quarterback, … and maybe it’s not fair of me to do that, but those 2 bad moves by Trump really has hurt Trump and anyone connected with Trump!

    It’s just that we all know Joe deGenova would make arrests and hold grand juries if he was AG within the first week, and he would be before the camera’s blasting the MSM and people in the FBI/DOJ who were corrupt!

    I’m blowing a little steam out of my ears, in this post! Because Joe is the obvious guy to lead the AG, and the 2 of them had over ONE year to figure out how to make it happen! 🙂

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  20. Rynn69 says:

    Republicans in DC:
    This I do know – if Republicans do not fully support the incoming AG to initiate the empaneling of a Grand Jury to investigate this whole egregious, criminal coup from leaks to unlawful surveillance to crooked FISA judges, they are D-O-N-E. Forget Trump. Republicans are done as a party. The clock is ticking on whether or not Republicans will save this country or not. How will history be written? America cannot survive lawlessness, tyranny of the left, and two-tiered justice.

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    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      It’s really the AG ‘s call, the republicans can cheerlead, but empneling a Grand Jury is the prosecutors domaine.

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    • Zorro says:

      America, as we have known it can’t survive, but America as Venezuela North can, for awhile.

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    • Both parties need to go, now, but the Democrats the most. The Democrats are a criminal organized mob, following Obama/Soetoro, the Republicans are corrupt, Royal Eunuchs, living off the criminal system laughingly known as Our Federal Government. And they ignore our expressed will at their smallest convenience.

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    • Hereward the Woke says:

      At the risk of being overdramatic, unless DJT has some mega game plan, I can’t see how this can be sorted without some kind of military tribunal thing. With the current corrupt FBI and DoJ, you can’t even arrest these people, let alone try and convict them. Maybe I’m missing something, so any enlightenment is welcome.

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  21. zozz1 says:

    Here’s a scary thought: if we ignore the Trump stuff, what other information has $25,000,000 and over a year of digging and research by a cadré of very well-trained lawyers, investigators, agents, etc. collected…and for what purposes? What will happen to all of this computerized info? How might it be used down the road? Quite a nice setup, it seems to me…especially if being done or backed by very powerful and nefarious forces. No oversight, either….makes it even nicer. Whose tentacles reach into the Mueller fortress? Sessions’ recusal was one of this cabal’s cleverest moves…it left Mueller completely unfettered…..

    This may not scare you, but it sure as heck scares me!

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    • Why worry says:

      Curious thing about sesshy is that he was told, during a congressional hearing, that he was given the wrong information that made him decide to recuse himself. Even after providing him with that information, he didn’t unrecuse himself.

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  22. Joe DiGenova for Special Counsel investigating SpyGate.

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  23. Tim glave says:

    It’s time to bring in a Texas ranger to end this riot of corruption in Washington. ONE RIOT ONE RANGER.

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  24. k4jjj says:

    This case, as with the Ted Stevens Alaska framing case, shows the American legal system is deeply flawed. It is too flawed to produce any real justice. We have politically motivated prosecutions based on “process” traps when there is no real underlying crime and the target is simply framed by vicious deceit. When this crooked system is ultimately and certainly destroyed, it will fall of its own weight.

    The entire justice system is centered in a thoroughly corrupted Washington DC where destroying and bankrupting political enemies is a gleeful sport of ruthless attorneys, acolytes of the Clinton crime family, none of them possessing a conscience.

    Mueller and his thugs should be disbarred, stripped of all their hard assets, cash and pensions and imprisoned, doing hard time in Leavenworth federal prison. They have destroyed America justice and politics. They criminally abuse the justice system for revenge when their side loses a presidential election. This outrage can easily lead to a hot civil war.

    We now have a country in which Leftist losers of an election DO NOT PEACEFULLY ACCEPT THE CHOICE OF THE VOTERS.

    How do we get back to anything remotely fair in the American criminal justice system with these mobsters controlling it?

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  25. trapper says:

    DOJ has destroyed the 4th Amendment with the improper NSA searches and laundering of the results through third parties to illegally obtain FISA warrants and search warrants. Not to mention railroading innocent citizens in their quest to take down other American citizens. If they did this stuff against terrorists it would never stand up in court, so why should they continue to get away with it against innocent Americans”? The internal corruption at DOJ/FBI is institutional and pervasive.

    This is why we need a civil rights lawyer, not a career DOJ/FBI insider who is tainted by the stain, as Attorney General to put an end to it and rebuild DOJ as a protector of American citizens, not an inquisitor over us.

    We need Attorney General Dershowitz..

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  26. TexasDude says:

    Flynn should sue Comey, Mueller, and all other people involved in bringing charges against him for denying him his Miranda rights, official oppression, abuse of authority, and for destroying his career and reputation.

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  27. Bluto says:

    I’d like to see Whittaker weigh in on this but he’s probably just as deep state as everybody else in the Justice Department.

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  28. Stephen Richter says:

    so why did Flynn plead guilty? Because otherwise they would go after his son? This segment is kind of useless in that it provides no new info. Trump could release transcript of Flynn/Russian conversation. Why has he not done that?
    I voted for Trump. Support his policies. Makes no sense he has not ordered release of all info related to this investigation.

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  29. Slim Shady says:

    If only PDJT could have Mike Flynn successfully confirmed as his new AG. Wouldn’t that be grand.

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  30. lawton says:

    It wouldn’t shock me if Mueller was in on it with Stzok etc. making that original 302 get changed and/or deleted. That mess they just submitted to Sullivan dated months after that interview was literally dated a few days before Strzok was kicked off his team and Judge Contreras was the Judge for a few more months so Mueller wouldn’t be worried about the Judge looking into that since Sullivan didn’t have the case.

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  31. As an evidence 101 question, exactly what what weight should Strzok’s 6 month later summary be given by Judge Sullivan? The later summary, unlike the alleged 302 that was created at the time, was not created in the ordinary course of business for the purpose of memorializing the conversation Strzok had with Flynn. The original 302 did that.

    What weight should be given to the later so-called “302” if it doesn’t fall under the business record exception, or whatever evidence rule is applicable to the later 302 in question? I don’t think any weight should be given to the later so-called “302” by Judge Sullivan since the preparers (Strzok and Pietka) and the original 302 are both available. Isn’t Mueller playing a game of three card monte with the Judge? Isn’t the later so-called “302” summary effectively hearsay and worthy of no weight?

    There were news reports that the original 302 either was not created, or was falsified by McCabe. Doesn’t the special counsel’s attempt to present another document in its place seem to bolster that story? What if the special counsel relied upon a doctored 302, and not the original? By not presenting the original 302 to the Court, Mueller seems to be seeking to avoid all those questions. If he presents the original and it is totally exculpatory, then the question becomes why has the Special Counsel pursued Flynn for lying to the FBI? Could it be because the Special Counsel actually relied on a second, falsified 302? All of Mueller’s actions, e,g., like pushing the sentencing until after the election, smack of that Mueller is trying to hide something.

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  32. Treehugger says:

    Where are the original 302’s from the real
    Ambush date in January ?

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  33. One other thing, I have my suspicions about Flynn. His lawyers seemed to be doing the Special Counsel a favor by agreeing to all the extensions on sentencing. If I was Flynn, I would want to put this mess behind me as soon as possible.

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    • Stephen Richter says:

      I think we are all being played. All the players know more than they are disclosing to the public. Mueller extending the investigation forever despite the current set of charges being a big nothing burger. Trump not releasing info he is allowed to release. House republicans did not get to the bottom of things and have now lost their majority.

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  34. unfolder says:

    If Carter Page, per the FISA application, was already deemed to be a certain foreign agent of the Russian Federation, with ties to the Trump campaign, why was it even necessary to aggressively pursue General Flynn?

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    • HEADLINES!!! – e.g., “Trump NSA Appointee Indicted”. The dems and deep state are total, completer scum. The standard operating procedure for the dems and press is any republican administration is corrupt. By going after Flynn during the transition they were just getting off to an early start on their agenda! The dems hope every negative news story loses President Trump multiple voters. Yes, they are that control freaky!

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  35. Glenn Martin says:

    I believe EVERYTHING Joe diGenova said. General Flynn Was SET UP!

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  36. Gary Kowalczyk says:

    I friggin love Joe D. He must be the next Attorney general.

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  37. JimWVa says:

    The Special Counsel filing on 12/14/2018 with USDC DDC in US v. Flynn, states:
    “On January 12, 2017, The Washington Post published a story asserting that the defendant had spoken with the Russian ambassador on December 29, 2016, the day the United States announced sanctions and other measures against Russia in response to that government’s actions intended to interfere with the 2016 election (collectively, “sanctions”). See David Ignatius, Why did Obama Dawdle on Russia’s hacking?, WASH. POST (Jan. 12, 2017). The Post story asked whether the defendant had undercut the sanctions and whether his actions violated the Logan Act.”

    What is the status of the investigation on the leak of this national security information to David Ignatius at WashPo for the 1/12/2017 article? Was this leak planned at the 1/5/2017 Oval Office meeting with then-President Obama? Was Lt General Flynn told by McCabe that the 1/24/2017 meeting with FBI agents was part of the leak investigation? As I recall, DAG Sally Yates was the DOJ official pushing the Logan Act prosecution against LtG Flynn at the time.

    Waiting to see an illustrated timeline from Sundance on this in the near future.

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    • WSB says:

      Speaking ot which, does anyone else find it just too convenient that Comey suddenly is on yet another speaking engagement and footage emerges showing him spilling the beans that it was his idea to send the two agents over to interview Flynn?

      Is this a coordinated effort to ease out of this case? Is Sullivan a fixer for bad cases?

      Something is not adding up.

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  38. I wish there was more news about this. If I were Flynn’s attorney, I would have called and ask why the docs weren’t submitted. There is an appearance that of a violation of the judge’s order occurred and an appearance of contempt. At a minimum the SC filing is misleading and lacks candor and explanation and creates the appearance of impropriety.

    I wonder if the Judge will issue an Order to Show cause Monday. Otherwise, its trial by ambush Tuesday and still time for sentencing? The judge should sanction the SC’s filing even it falls short of a contemptous action.
    Flyn

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