Rudy Giuliani Discusses DOJ/FBI “Spying” and Mueller/Rosenstein Role in “Framing”…

President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani appears on Fox News today to outline the case for a spying and surveillance conspiracy against candidate Trump; and then later the same group moved to frame president-elect and President Trump for the non existent crime of collusion.

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176 Responses to Rudy Giuliani Discusses DOJ/FBI “Spying” and Mueller/Rosenstein Role in “Framing”…

  1. Bendix says:

    Rudy’s looking well.

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    • wondering999 says:

      Giulani looks great, and speaks well also. In connection with the bogus “obstruction” accusation against the President, Giulani mentions that “they are trying to take away our right to defend ourselves” and he won’t have it.

      God bless and keep you Rudy Giulani. I am so grateful

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      • jeff montanye says:

        and apropos of rep. omar’s “some people did something,” remark, the discussion over on breitbart is so pathetic as they madly censor any mention of 9-11 truth. it’s like talking about the atomic bomb but you can’t mention relativity.

        in fact “some people did something” is an eloquent expression of how little most people know, many thanks to the mockingbird state media, about the signal political event of this century.

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        • Jeff says:

          It reminds me of the scene near the end of the movie “National Treasure,” where Nicholas Cage is about to launch into another of his historical anecdotes, and his assistant interrupts him, “Yeah yeah, and a bunch of people ran around in history and did stuff. Great.” As he’s trying to figure out how to put his car into reverse gear.

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      • nats1mom says:

        I agree with your comment wondering999, I agree!!

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      • Concernedcitizen says:

        Rudy was on his game putting laser focus on the Dossier as this was the epicenter of the conspiracy to take down the Trump campaign and Presidency.

        As for the Comey interview: Comey’s playing dumb. He knows very well that a Court authorized warrant based on false or misleading information is unlawful. The soon to be released IG’s report concerning the FISA application should lead to a number of criminal referrals.

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        • Dar Adal says:

          It’s worse than that. Comey says it was “court ordered” investigation??

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          • Dar Adal says:

            edit: “court ordered” electronic surveillance. How about court authorized.

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            • Concernedcitizen says:

              Just to clear it up, the Court issues a warrant authorizing electronic surveillance of a specific subject (Carter Page for instance). When issuing the warrant, the Court relies on the fact that information justifying the surveillance is true, otherwise the surveillance should not have occurred in the first place. What Comey is trying to obscure is that the FISA Court authorized unlawful surveillance (spying) based on a misleading and/or false sworn affidavit.

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              • Yy4u says:

                Comey,is not as dumb as he looks in that he obfuscated that very well. Who coached him? Comey is no rocket scientist. He is Al Gore -John Kerry level of smarts. Concerned is right. Court agreed based on fraudulent info from cops. Different than a warrant honestly obtained

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  2. WSB says:

    OMG, Sundance, you have been giving us way too much candy.

    You need to take a SHORT vacation!

    ❤️❤️❤️

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    • WSB says:

      And, may I say…I voted for Mayor Rudy Giuiliani twice, and thank the dear Lord.

      Bloomberg and Warren Wilhelm, Jr. are a disgrace.

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        Me too! He saved NYC and was a towering figure of strength after 9-11.

        He did well here. Too.

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        • WSB says:

          Smartyjones1…like you, it was a pleasure to vote for Mayor Giuiliani. I remember meeting him one night outside a restaurant, and I was so thrilled to shake his hand!

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        • Jeff says:

          Ditto on his post-9/11 presence. Watching here from Dallas, he was amazing. That one image is seared into my mind forever, of him with a filthy unbuttoned jacket, tie askew, face smeared with dirt….

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      • Coldeadhands says:

        Those two mayors are parasites on the legacy of Mayor Giuliani’s hard work in cleaning up NYC.
        Was watching the “Seattle is Dying” documentary. They had a graph for property crimes in major cities. NYC was near bottom, thanks to Giuliani. San Francisco was near the top with Seattle amongst the top contenders. How many more anti law enforcement mayors will it take before NYC decays to the level of San Francisco or Seattle?
        Here’s that KOMO News documentary that is now being maligned by government lefties…

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  3. Chip Doctor says:

    There are a lot of people I want to see strung up by the neck, but maybe not any more than James Comey. What and arrogant, smug prick.

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    • palafox says:

      Yates first, please (if Hillary can’t be sobered up to stand trial).

      Liked by 15 people

      • Robert Smith says:

        I vote for Yates too. I like how she was auto-fired for not heeding Trump’s order. She could have slowed things down quite a bit had she not miscalculated.

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      • stephen fenlon says:

        Nah, exile her to Qatar
        After sequestering her secret bank accounts there
        No internet or mobile access
        And ensuring no one smuggles her any alcohol into her residence,
        Let her suffer the

        Death of a Thousand Sober Days

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      • Lee Moore says:

        Yup, if ever this can of worms gets properly explored I think we’ll find Yates at the heart of it. Brennan and Clapper are just clowns. Comey’s a narcissist. Lynch was just a cipher. Queen Sally’s the spider in the middle pulling all the threads and smart enough to stay in the shadows.

        A loathsome and dangerous enemy of the Republic. But don’t underestimate her smarts. She’s no failed-her-bar-exams Hillary.

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        • evergreen says:

          V?

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        • She had her little stab at fame, in the final minutes of Obama’s reign and the very beginning of Trump’s, and you think that ltiile bitty piece of the whole furshlugginer mess makes her the mastermind?

          Everyone who worked with or for Obama, or so much as voted for him twice, was and is a dangerous enemy of the Republic. You might as well claim Eric Holder was the mastermind But those demeaning descriptions of them you give is due only to the fact that you are describing them at their worst, when they have been found out but not yet indicted and punished. Obama made them their worst, Obama-Jarrett is the spider in the middle. Truman was right, the buck stops there, by necessity.

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      I am torn, Chip… Brennan or Comey? Comey or Brennan? And then there is Clapper, and Strzok and McCabe and Rod Redactenstein…. So many arrogant, smug pricks; so little time. Comey — well he has absolutely no idea what Barr could ever mean by spying… Spying? Well, “The FBI only does court-ordered surveillance” doncha know… Yeah, well who orders that surveillance, Jimmy? The Surveillance Fairies?

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      • Concerned ALMom says:

        Did you notice in that clip of Comey that he was speaking in a weird male version of Blasey-Ford voice? Rush points out the immature up-tick inflection at the end of a sentence and he was doing the same thing. He was trying to sound innocent. Good luck/s

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        • Yes Concerned ALmom. Good get ! I noticed Comey’s Val Girl uptick also.

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        • livefreeordieguy says:

          I did notice that, Concerned ALMom… Good call on the Blasey-Ford comparison… He sounds like a 13 year-old middle-school girl (with all due respect to 13 year-old middle school girls)… He is “up-talking” in order to sound sincere, honestly troubled and innocent… It is SO transparent… He has been doing it for a while, but it has gotten ridiculous lately… It’s more and more exaggerated the more worried he gets…

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      • Realist says:

        So what is another word for ‘Court Ordered surveillance without the person being investigated knowing’ – why SPYING of course you CRETIN Comey.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        “Jim…..the is the COURT calling……
        I’m ORDERING you
        to commence SURVEILLANCE
        on the Trump Campaign!”

        -excerpt from the Comey Memos

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        • And the useful idiot dutifully follows.
          I still think Brennan should go first. He started it all for Obama by planting moles, even within other branches of the government. Brennan is rotten to the core and I hope his trial is front of a tribunal from the Corps (Marine of course).

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      • T Carroll says:

        We cannot forget Valerie Jarrett. I think she orchestrated the whole thing. She is one evil creature.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        Livefreordieguy, it is a tough call, but while Brennan comes out and acts like the ugly ogre, Comey has this smarmy smartass way about him that just makes me want to throw things at the TV.

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      • Amy2 says:

        Rod Redactenstein. Snicker!!

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    • stats guy says:

      what still amazes me is how well the left lies. Stone Cold Liars. So when Comey answers the question posed he is able to, with a straight face, say Wow, blah blah blah. A little scary really.

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      • jmclever says:

        Ya but he has the body language of a kid making up a lie as he goes along.

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        • Dekester says:

          jmc,

          Precisely. The challenge for most folks, especially women. Is that they believe much of the pablum that these lefties barf.

          We knew day one that P44 was a lying sack of cow dung. Yet many eat that s**t up, and still do. HRC everything is a lie. Her hubby too. Yet their followers lap the lies up. Is that cognitive dissonance?

          Compare that to Congressman Nunes.

          Policing 101. Believe nothing you hear and only half of what you see.

          God bless PDJT

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          • fractionalexponent says:

            Good poit, Dekester. Cognitive dissonance is when one is troubled by contradictions.

            But they are not troubled. They choose to worship lies and hate truth.

            Woe unto those who call evil good and good evil. ~Isaiah 5:20~

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          • I must take exception. I was on the Trump train early on as I wanted an outsider with strong opinions who COULD NOT BE BOUGHT. I got that in Donald Trump. As for the Clintons (both), I have been anti-Hilliary since she “stood by her man”. It was patently obvious when Bill was in the WH that Hilliary was auditioning for President with her big push for Hillarycare. Unfortunately for her, 2016 ended up just like Hillarycare—a new concept but not for the American people.

            BTW, anyone notice her latest interview. I’ve heard of bags under the eyes. Old Hill has trunks under hers. She should be looking more rested since she’s not running and not working. Could those sleepless nights have anything to do with the information President Trump has on her? Maybe she fears the reality of those chants that just won’t leave her head——-lock her up, lock her up, lock her up…

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            • meow4me2 says:

              Some medications can cause bags like that, periorbital edema. I take something that does that to me. Aged me 10 years with the first pill. Thank God it went away when we reduced the dose. Anyway, as sick as she appears, I suspect her bags are related to medication.

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          • Maquis says:

            No dissonance without cognition.

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      • Cam Heck says:

        Practice clearly does make perfect.

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    • Christine says:

      Comey is complicit. But, so far it appears that McCabe ran that s**throw, with Comey removed from the detail and day-today operations of it (plausible deniability?).

      Frankly, I want the blow torch turned on treasonous Communist Brennan, who appears to have orchestrated the entire muh Trump Russia hoax, but as CIA, has entirely avoided MSM scrutiny to state (focus only DOJ, FBI).

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    • Z says:

      He really is. Notice how he emphasized “court-ordered” in that little snippet of bullshit he was selling. Blame it on someone else, Comey the Weasel. He’s the weak suck that won’t take his pinch. Wants to do gangster shit, but can’t take his pinch. Unlike this guy:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._Gordon_Liddy

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      • meow4me2 says:

        Yes, court ordered surveillance are weasel words. The FBI, under the Director James Comey, REQUESTED the authority to surveil (spy) on Carter Page. The court APPROVED the request. The court didn’t order it.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          Yes, the court ordered the CIA and FBI to surveil Trump. They were just following orders. You know, just like Nazis working concentration camps. Trump can now kill Comey in one deadly tweet.

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    • agentcommonsense says:

      I am kind of hung up on Paul Ryan. I just cannot get over what a disgrace of a man he is

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    • Amy2 says:

      I’m for Brennan. If he hadn’t continually mouthed off at the president in his tweets, I might have come to a different choice.

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    • Buck Desnudo says:

      I’d like to see the communist subversive Obama and corrupt crooked Hillary strung up first and foremost. I volunteer to be the noose man, executioner and body man. I will even buy the scaffolding!

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  4. jx says:

    “Court ordered”, Comey? Hahaha! You really expect us to buy that? You and your cronies asked the court and fed them lies.

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    • Invisigoth says:

      Well, Priestap testified that if you lie to the FISA court and they believe it, then it isn’t spying 👀 🕵🏽‍♂️ — it’s totally legal!

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    • Dr.Jay says:

      Remember: they were already using FISA surveillance BEFORE any court order had been issued.

      In fact, as far as we can ascertain at this moment: starting as early as 2015 (at least with respect to Team Trump, they did this against others also much earlier).

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        Cong. Devin Nunes opointed to this. When the American people learn about the truth of this, things will get interesting. How does AG Barr and his team deal with this massive, systematic criminality, I don’t know.

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        • Unfortunately those who get their kool-aid at the test of the Democrat mother (or Muh-ther) will never accept real facts. Nor will the Fake News. After all, look how many ways they try to spin every morsel that comes out. It’s as though they have been given a little black book with sets of 2 page memos. On the left page are crimes they have committed. Corresponding to the crime on the left page is the cover-up story they want out. Of course the good little MarxistMedia will spew forth the given talking points.

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      • meow4me2 says:

        Dr. Jay, so if you go back to root causes to fix this so it never happens again, one problem is that a FISA legalized spying retroactively. That shouldn’t be. Only searching, snooping, spying from the point of approval onward should count, particularly if it involves American citizens.

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        • Maquis says:

          Yep. That’s just legalized corruption.

          Hell, folks getting caught spying without a FISA could easily say they fully intended to seek one as soon as their illicit activity generated sufficient dirt, and get away with it. After all, this is literally the system we have in place, it begs for abuse, and I’m sure there are endless well hidden examples of it.

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        • Dr.Jay says:

          I think it only legalizes retroactive surveillance, performed AFTER the FISA warrant is issued. So after Oct 2016 they were allowed to check all old mails between Page and anyone else (plus between those people anyone else).

          IMHO it does not retroactively legalize illegal surveillance done BEFORE the FISA warrant WITHOUT a FISA warrant retroactively…. as that would indeed be very bad.

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          • Maquis says:

            It is indeed bad, and that is indeed the current practice. Sundance has clearly laid this out for us from the beginning.

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  5. Tl Howard says:

    Are they honestly going to try to say the Muellar team was divided on whether Trump’s tweets were obstruction? Good luck w/ the American people on that one, Dems. First, the Muellar team gave exoneration on collusion. That’s all the Amer people were waiting for. They’ll laugh at the idea an innocent guy tweeting sentences that are read by millions could in any way be construed as obstruction.

    However, the media and the Dem pols will get down in the weeds, arguing every syllable of every tweet. They’ll be talking to themselves and a tuned out audience.

    If that happens, Rudy and Jay should simply stay out of the weeds and state the obvious.

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  6. Tl Howard says:

    Sundance, do you think AG Barr will ever address the issue of Robert Muellar having selected a team full of Hillary advocates? That these folks not only directed a team of investigators but that they wrote the conclusions? How can the impropriety of this NOT be addressed by the AG?

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  7. Doppler says:

    Rudy is rolling! Would love to see him cross examine Comey.

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  8. Shop says:

    Is President Trump gonna declassify the documents that Nunes has requested. Nunes has gone beyond the call of duty to defend Trump and uncovered the conspiracy through sheer doggedness. Trump needs to reward him big time.

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    • cboldt says:

      Supposedly, we all have a duty to truth. Nunes has not one beyond that, there is no going beyond that.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Thats an,…unusual way to look at it.
      The list of misclassified material which needs to be released has gotten steadily longer. PDJT will release it, but not as throwing a bone to Nunes, but throwing a right hook to,…well everyone involved in this coup.

      All their various lies, rationalisations and justifications are gonna be shown to be self serving lies,…when the kraken is released.

      Probably,,I’m thinking it will be released much like the Collins transcripts; not from the floor of Congress. What I mean is drip, drip, drip one drop a week, to give assimilation and digestion a chance.

      Talk about an October surprise!

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  9. starfcker says:

    This is completely wrong. Rudy Giuliani was just enjoying that too much. Would you like to cross-examine Comey? I love being on offense. This is one for the ages.

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  10. Sammy Hains says:

    The official report is going to whitewash what they did in order to “protect the institution.”
    Peter Strzok will be the fall guy and everyone above him will walk away clean.

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      I have been squarely in your camp all along, Sammy… But Barr is making me slightly optimistic… Momentum is building in a way that suggests that some big trees may fall… If I were Brennan, Clapper, Comey… and even Lynch… I might be sweating the way things are going. I’m not sure PDJT will settle for the likes of Strzok.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        After 2 and a half years of this insane Russian conspiracy theory running rampant through the government and the media it seems like it would be impossible to just sweep it under the rug like it never happened. But that’s what they’re going to try to do. That’s the only logical conclusion. It looks like the Mueller report is going to be the opening move towards that end. It may very well only mention Trump in passing, as an unsuspecting victim of truly nefarious Russian efforts. Because the Russian threat was real and serious, VERY serious. And also threatening to America’s patriotic very way of life. Like the Cold War, but colder, and more worrisome. And it absolutely had to be confronted by any means necessary, even if that meant spying on a presidential campaign and doing things that look a lot like trying to frame him but really it was all to get thwart the Evil Empire. Because Russians and… and… communism! Yeah, that’s the ticket!

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  11. Rudy is on a roll indeed in this interview:
    1) I helped create the FISA court,I understand it better than (the rat) Comey
    2) the “dossier” is a piece of garbage
    3) totally taking down the idiotic distinction between “surveillance” and “spying”.
    4) “they are guilty of trying to frame POTUS”…

    And heck, I’d like to see ALL THE RATS prosecuted–don’t want to pick between them. The damage they’ve done to our country is incalculable. Total creeps the lot of them…they remind me of the Gaderene pigs, who Jesus threw the demonic spirits into before they ran over the cliff. As a Christian I guess I can’t wish them that fate, but boy I sure do want them to stop with the sanctimony and SHUT the H*LL up! (sorry for the rant).

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  12. GB Bari says:

    Rudy appears quite confident and relaxed, though he is visibly energized when talking about the case against his client. Curious what the Dimms have planned when the report is released. Odds are they already have the report and have prepared an attack (thin as it will be). Rudy & the Team will have a counterpunch ready.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      I think Rudy just answered the question Barr wouldn’t:

      The WH has (at minimum) been briefed on the Mueller Report and knows that the primary “obstruction” case it attempts to make is obstruction of the Mueller Investigation itself and NOT primarily Flynn/Comey.

      The evidence of which will be
      “Witch Hunt” Tweets
      Public statements about SCO, Jeff Sessions, etc
      Reports of Trump’s ruminating about firing Mueller, RR, or Sessions
      Testimony of (disgruntled) employees…. like Omarosa
      Possibly
      Declassification of the Nunes Memo
      Consideration of declassification of the FISA, etc
      Jeff Session resignation/Whitaker installation

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    • Redzone says:

      See Sammy’s comment above. The Report is going to focus on “bad” Russia hacking, election interference, etc. Brennan, Comey, Strzok et al had to save the Nation from the big bad Russians …whatever it takes is OK and was the right thing to do to protect America.

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  13. concerned3 says:

    Since the FISA warrant on Carter Page was based on tainted information. Does this nullify everything the Mueller SC has done over the 2+ years?

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    • Dutchman says:

      Technically, only nullifies any EVIDENCE they recieved, as a result of that FISA warrant, that they could not reasonably have obtained otherwise.

      I believe that clause, so to speak, is in the doctrine “fruit of the forbidden tree”.
      If they can show, for instance, that none of the evidence they used against say,…Manafort was derived from a tainted FISA warrant, than the conviction stands.

      Wonder what Judge Sullivan is doing, right about now re: final disposition of the Flynn case?

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      • Hmmm... says:

        I think one of the roles of the Special Counsel was to launder that type of information. They obtained practically all of that info legitimately through the special counsel (remember that the admin turned over practically everything). They now have a legitimate source of the information outside of the FISA so I don’t think this concept will apply anymore.

        Perhaps if they were clever then there are a few small but important things they left out to use as a trap but I don’t think they are going to use this tactic to go after Mueller. In reality there isn’t a need as if the FISA was fraudulent that should be damaging enough on its own.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      I believe there would need to be clear evidence that Mueller KNEW it was “tainted” but proceeded anyway.

      Eg: If Mueller KNEW Mifsud was actually a Western Intelligence asset when Misfud contacted George Papadopoulos about the “Russian dirt” story….

      and Mueller prosecuted PapaD claiming
      “the defendant’s lie was serious and caused damage to the investigation into RUSSIAN interference” (PapaD sentencing memo to the Court)

      Something like that I think would put Mueller in deep shit.

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  14. California Joe says:

    If President Trump’s tweets that Russian collusion was a hoax and he is innocent is obstruction of justice wouldn’t the public statements and tweets by Democrats like Schiff, Nader, Pelosi Galore and others that President Trump was guilty of collusion with Russia, a stooge of Putin and stole the election be obstruction of justice also given that justice goes to innocence too?

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    • concerned3 says:

      A great many people knew that the Russian collusion was a hoax. When they did not report this information to the Courts, they became a member/part of the Obstruction. So, in theory a great many people should be going to jail.

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    • Dr.Jay says:

      Yes, but they could claim ‘free speach’. Still that does not absolve them from malicious prosecution, material lies (against congress, the courts, the IGs etc) nor from slander.
      The latter especially when it can be shown that some people continued their slander AFTER the point in time that they must have known that there was no there there.

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  15. concerned3 says:

    How can you (meaning the SC) charge anyone since the reason for their investigation was based on evidence, that did not exist? But, was in fact a fabrication.

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    • Dr.Jay says:

      In US you can still abuse such malicious prosecution by going for ‘process crimes’ (such as ‘lying to the SC, the FBI etc;’, which still apply even when the investigation shows no crimes.
      When it can be shown that the prosecution itself was malicious, it becomes much more problematic for the bad guys (i.e the original hoaxers from CIA/FBI or even the SC team).

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Here’s how.
      This is what the entire Mueller investigation has been about (since he couldn’t find any other crime)

      28 CFR Part 600 – GENERAL POWERS OF SPECIAL COUNSEL
      § 600.4 Jurisdiction.
      (a)Original jurisdiction. The jurisdiction of a Special Counsel shall be established by the Attorney General. The Special Counsel will be provided with a specific factual statement of the matter to be investigated. The jurisdiction of a Special Counsel shall also include the authority to investigate and prosecute federal crimes committed in the course of, and with intent to interfere with, the Special Counsel’s investigation, such as perjury, obstruction of justice,, destruction of evidence, and intimidation of witnesses; and to conduct appeals arising out of the matter being investigated and/or prosecuted.

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  16. Brant says:

    The declassify juicy stuff question. A comment that Trump declassify to reward, out on a limb, Nunes. Isn’t Nunes still on gang of 8? Could he, or someone else, do a Doug Collins on the house floor?

    Or, are those FISA documents, etc in the SCIFs and not a congressional available document?

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      No one is going to attempt to discuss any SCIF related materials on the floor. Nunes is the ranking member on the Intel committee. President Trump received the letter from Congress on items to declassify..

      Everyone knows it’s his call. Feels like it will come right after the DOJ IG report on FISA abuse. Just my guess.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Wasn’t he on the Gang of Eight at the time Brennan says he updated each one and a staff member individually? If so, I wonder if Nunes recalls it?

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      • FPCHmom says:

        That’s why they sidelined him for the “ethics investigation.” So they could keep him out of the loop and shut him up.

        Ryan knew about the spying and got Nunes out of the picture for months with his fake ethics inquiry.

        I think that’s part of why Ryan left office. It was clear that impeachment was the only option to get rid of Trump and the house needed to be Dem to do it.

        They did all they could to throw the 2018 house election without letting the voters know.

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        • Amy2 says:

          I know, but the briefing would have been before all that, yes? I would LOVE to know what each of the Senators and Congressmen have to say about their briefing by Brennan, if they actually occurred.

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      • chiefworm says:

        Amy, it seems odd to me that no one is curious about (dirtbag) Brennan briefing the GO8 “individually”. Why individually? Eight different versions depending upon whom he has allegiances to and from. That sounds like a coverup right there.

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        • Amy2 says:

          I know right? Brennan said he briefed them and one of their aids. Why isn’t at least the Gang of Eight comparing notes? (That was rhetorical!) Maybe Nunes knows what he WASN’T briefed on. Since it’s not a matter of national security anymore (with Mueller being over) I wish he would say what he knows. Does the info he was given have to be declassified?!

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        • That’s what I’ve been thinking. Nunes had a watered down briefing because Brennan knew Nunes wouldn’t stand for their criminal behavior. Was Nunes the only white hat out of the 8? Seems so.

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  17. Petrel says:

    Sammy — Plenty of folk in addition to lover-boy Peter will be going down, let me review a few activities of some.

    1) The CIA, FBI, US State Department and NSA at the very highest levels persuaded Britain’s CGHQ to wire tap Trump and his associates in 2015. This is because GCHQ, being British, did not have to bother with US anti-spying laws enacted after Nixon in the 1970s. BUT — GCHQ did not work out of Britain, rather GCHQ agents worked in the US, specifically at the NSA headquarters in Fort Meade MD, assisted by US NSA operatives who understand the complex electronic system. So here we have NSA personnel blatantly violating 1970s anti-spying laws by assisting agents of a foreign nation to trash the US Constitution.

    2) Next we have high level US State Department and the FBI officials granting a hitherto banned Russian woman (who is incidentally anti-Putin) permission to enter the US, in 2016, and colluded with her, before the event, to set up a meeting in Trump Tower for the sole purpose of justifying an FBI charge that the Trump campaign was meeting with Russian government officials (which she was not) and thereby validate their illegal 2015 spying misconduct. Needless to say, the entire meeting with Trump’s son was wiretapped and all the woman talked about was international child adoption difficulties. But for the purpose of FISA Court mis-reporting, the meeting was made to seem evidence of Russian “collusion”.

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  18. 1) Memo to Jimmy (the WEASEL) Comey : SPYING = SURVEILLANCE per the Dictionary’s Definition.
    2) Memo to DIRTY Robert Swan Mueller III & CORRUPT Dep. AG Rod Rosenstein : Prerequisite for an Obstruction of Justice case there MUST BE an Underlying Crime Committed plus Criminal Intent to Obstruct—>Neither of Which Existed……and BOTH of You Know It.

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  19. Fools Gold says:

    Siditious evil humans is what they all are! Trump 2020!

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  20. A2 says:

    Again, it is not the Mueller/ Rosenstein investigation that framed collusion or obstruction. Gulinani makes that clear. Even the The President has tweeted out RR’s statement saying it is bizarre. AG Barr has said he is going to get to the bottom of the spying.

    We will have justice. The coup folks have been identified. Just need to roll it out in an orderly way.
    Brennan was on twitter basically hair on fire. He is a bit of brown bread. I.e. toast.

    Nice that we will have a follow the law AG. Not the Holder and Lynch numpties, fast and furious, cover your crimes against the rule of law folks.

    Times they are a changing.

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  21. konradwp1 says:

    Mayor Rudy Giuiliani is clearly having way too much fun. A level of fun that cannot normally be obtained via legal means.

    I imagine the Left will now demand that he be charged with possession and self administration of the proscribed substance “schadenfreude”.

    From the musical “Avenue Q”, likely to be top of Rudy’s Spotify play-list:
    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=schadenfreude+avenue+q&t=ffnt&atb=v134-1&ia=videos&iax=videos&iai=nCQGQ5qBQTA
    Caution: language warning. (It has been brought to my attention that some folk here at CTH don’t appreciate my black sense of humour or my tolerance for colourful language).

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    • lotbusyexec says:

      One of my favorite plays — was such a great spoof on all things Democrat. The soundtrack is awesome and if you get a chance to see it do! The words to the music are plain old fun. Konradwp1, I am also the same girl that laughed her heart out when Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed “fell” into that open floor swimming pool in What a Wonderful Life. A good pie in the face or seeing Avenue Q live Off Broadway is a times exactly what the doctor ordered.

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  22. William Schneider says:

    I love Rudy. I once was dubious about this often flamboyant lawyer and politician but now that he is Trump’s main public defender I have grown to love the old badger. He is a bull dog defender of his friend President Trump. He is fearless and I believe a great spokesman to mainstreet folks.

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    • konradwp1 says:

      Bill, a quick note.

      You may see folks like myself, Rivistan (Lurking lawyer), Pointman and Steve MacIntyre comment occasionally on CTH.

      Common link = hard core AGW sceptics. We know the opposition players and we know their tactics. We know why they targeted Trump. We are just dropping by to lend a helping paw.

      Spygate is of course the worst political scandal in US history.

      But the AGW hoax is the worst assault on science, reason, freedom and democracy in human history.

      There is no table you can offer, let alone a seat at it, or feet under it, that will buy off those fighting a global outbreak of Lysenkoism. There is no point in saving the “institutions” that caused this. There needs to be a reset, and this must be done from outside, not within.

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  23. ARW says:

    Rosensteins appointment of Mueller was a continuation of the spying. Mueller’s referrals to SDNY is yet another continuation.

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  24. Jenevive says:

    Does Barr have control over SDNY and who
    they can charge and what for. Can he rein them
    in from bogus charges?

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  25. Pyrthroes says:

    From 2016 on, despite occasional delays and detours, we can’t recall a case where Donks in massed array have advanced their divide-and-rule, something-for-nothing agenda by a single inch. Given bizarre-o ignoramuses like Beto, Kami-baby, Fauxcahontas, Wigmore, even the soft-shoe but terminally prevaricating “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg, what’s to choose?

    Having fielded nothing for decades but ranting Bernie-types, swaying cobras from MzBill and Coco Loco down, Rats’ credentialed Self-esteem Brigade has nothing but Venezuelan hospitality to offer anyone (“welcome to Cloud Cuckoo Land, aka Malebolga– suckers!”).

    With luck, Rats’ looming dearth of relevance will persist as long as Lincoln – Taft’s, from 1861 unto 1913 (including Cleveland’s non-consecutive Mugwump Administrations), that is to 2068 and counting. Though free-lunchers’ Latifundia Mentality springs eternal, from early-middle 21st Century times “socialism” as she is writ has certifiably zero credibility.

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  26. JRD says:

    These videos truly merit watching. Both are incredibly insightful.

    1.) #SpyGate CONFIRMED–& Smoking Gun Clinton Email Cover-Up Docs

    2.) Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer on the Greatest Scandal in American History- FISA abuse and the attempted Deep State Coup
    http://patriotresourcecenter.com/lt-colonel-shaffer-reveals-whats-about-to-happen-to-the-deep-state/

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  27. HB says:

    “Comey” needs to become a new derogatory word in the English language.

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  28. Kent says:

    …something from the CTH files back in oct 2016….Clinton campaign contact with DOJ concerning her illegal server….the REAL collusion, or at least a facet of it….

    This guy Brian Fallon is leading an effort to oust Brent Kavanaugh from a teaching post due to being ‘accused of misconduct’……..Fallon is the type who needs to be removed from any influence on the young for the good of the nation…leftists welcome domestic terrorists as professors and use false accusations against a good man….

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/10/11/wikileaks-release-shows-clinton-campaign-spokesman-informed-by-doj-folks/

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      That person has literally lost his mind. He is the one who organized a 24/7 protest outside the Whitehouse – blasting music non-stop to make life unbearable for those inside. He also was filmed ranting at another guest after an appearance on Fox News… he was not wearing any pants. Apparently, he never wore pants while appearing on Fox.

      He also was part of the HRC campaign.

      I think he needs a mental health evaluation and maybe a long vacation on a pysch ward.

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  29. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Strange new body language there from Jimbo. as he auto-corrects himself-real time- about “COURT ORDERED” surveillance……

    Now attempting to grab those answers from high up in the sky….
    Is that..where Mother Nature lives, Jim?

    I learned long ago from a wise old philosopher……

    or maybe it was a margarine commercial…

    “You can’t fool Mother Nature”

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  30. The problem for the Democrats is that they got the Mueller report. What they were really expecting was the Weissman report. The Weissman report would have been written in much the same format as the Comey exoneration of Clinton. Out of curiosity, I wonder where that report is. Now wouldn’t that be interesting?

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  31. georgehumphries9802 says:

    Rudy’s consistent defense of PDJT is truly wonderful. Remember Rudy grew up and lived in the same neighborhood at PDJT. He knows him and his business practices better than anyone. And he has been in the law enforcement arena long enough to know if PDJT has EVER tried anything illegal.

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  32. roy1982blog says:

    What is this talk about Ukrainians and how they are involved? Giuliani brings this up often. I’d like to think I am 95% read up and understand all of your (Sundance) evidence and investigation since day one on this matter. If you did write an article about how Ukraine was involved, could you or if any other Treeper post a link? I’d like to freshen my memory and get myself prepared to understand the Ukraine angle. Thank you.

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  33. digleigh says:

    Maybe his next twitter nature scene, can be him staring up at the sky , pondering….”Lord, help me understand 1)the synonyms of surveillance and spying…..or 2) gross negligence standards without intent,3)laying out charges of a person without charging them, or 4)reason why I illegally leaked classified documents to a friend (also a special access guy….)for the purpose of beginning a special counsel to frame a President, or 5) why I allow my daughters and wife ( hate Trump, women’s march, pu–yhat wearing activists) to control all I do?? In addition to God, Hopefully, he is consulting a lawyer ….

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  34. Sue Fowler says:

    Never forget Rudy on SNL after 9/11.
    Last time we were a united America. Because of Cali, NY, IL, DC, CO, MD, FL, we will never again be the United States. Lazy parents allowed public schools to make Hitler youth of our children. Universities still at it. All with extorted taxpayer monies.
    I am sickened by openly hostile invaders in my marketplace.
    What are YOU DOING to force the PROTECTED DC pollies to enforce Constitutional law and GTH off Trough Swilling?

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  35. namberak says:

    Comey’s a sanctimonious punk. Just about any time I see Comey, who is 6’8″ tall, I’m reminded of a line in Full Metal Jacket, from the late, great R. Lee Ermey: “I didn’t know they stacked **** that high!”

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  36. We the people know says:

    Well, I’m still very bothered. We can whoop it up over Trump FINALLY wiggling free of Mueller’s accusations of colluding with Russia and obstructing justice. The charges were always a long shot.
    There’s enough sedition involved in framing Trump that it may be discussed for the next 100 years.

    BUT what else remains in play? The entire Trump/Russia intelligence operation was ALWAYS a twofer – Get Trump AND Get Russia. So, with great disappointment they drop the Trump impeachment gambit, but WILL NOT drop the Russia interfered with our election gambit. It’s all they have left and perhaps it’s even more important to demonize Russia than demonize Trump, since it’s all they have left. I foresee a big anti-Russia play coming out the of intelligence community that will put Trump in a very awkward position if he tries to defend Russia. I imagine that the reports’ central focus will be Russia BAD, very very very BAD. So, they will demonize Russia to the point of war. Can you imagine Trump ever having a state dinner with Putin? Will they damage US/Russian relations beyond repair?

    Perhaps the Mueller investigation had the following morphology:
    Get Trump, Trump Colluded with Russia —>Get Trump, Trump Obstructed Justice —> No Trump Collusion/No Trump Obstruction —> Russia Hacked, Russia Interfered in our Election, Russia Colluded with WikiLeaks, Russia, Russia, Russia.

    AG Barr’s March 24, 2019 Letter:
    “The second element involved the Russian government’s efforts to conduct computer hacking operations designed to gather and disseminate information to influence the election. The Special Counsel found that Russian government actors successfully hacked into computers and obtained emails from persons affiliated with the Clinton campaign and Democratic Party organizations, and publicly disseminated those materials through various intermediaries, including WikiLeaks.”
    https://judiciary.house.gov/sites/democrats.judiciary.house.gov/files/documents/AG%20March%2024%202019%20Letter%20to%20House%20and%20Senate%20Judiciary%20Committees.pdf

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  37. Papoose says:

    In addition to sedition, treason and fostering an attempted coup, THEY should all be charged with dereliction of duty. Incompetence is not going to fly.

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    • We the people know says:

      Yes, one can conclude that planning, executing and covering up sedition is a full-time job. They couldn’t possibly have been tracking down and investigating any real criminals. I would love to see their expense accounts from 2015, since they weren’t conducting any legitimate government business. Claw back every expense for meals, hotels, air travel, transportation. Strozk and Page expenses would probably be as interesting as their text messages.

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  38. rayvandune says:

    What is quite amazing is what this “bootstrapped” two-year proctological-level witch-hunt DID PROVE:
    a)Trump is not only not compromised, but his administration actually is as CLEAN as Obama claimed that his was!
    b) Despite his fatuous claims to the country, Obama’s administration was DIRTY: full of lies, criminality, and bad actors at all levels, all supported by an equally corrupt media!

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  39. Treehugger says:

    Dan bonding did a good summary yesterday for those of us who have made all this like a part time job – the spying started in 2015 brought Forth by mike Rodgers – then continued by mueller

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  40. Finbar O'Shaunnessey says:

    Jim is bemused that someone might think there’s gambling at Rick’s American Cafe. From the political party that brought you “what the meaning of ‘is’ is”.

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  41. TwoLaine says:

    How can you obstruct a fake, fraudulent, phony and manufactured case? The answer is you can’t.

    Falsely accused people have a right to proclaim their innocence near and far.

    Add up their use of gag orders and/or solitary confinement on some of the people who were framed and/or were their easy already crooked targets in this phony witch hunt.

    You have to ask yourself, who suggested bringing in the thieves Paul Manafort and Rick what’s his name? Who suggested they be placed into the campaign?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Paul Manafort made the approach and offered his services for free to wrangle delegates. He went to Tom Barrack to make his pitch… a long time friend of Donald J. Trump and the man in charge of the Inaugural Committee (which is under intense scrutiny also).

      Of course, he did a good job with the delegates… but his ulterior motive was to ward off Deripaska to whom he owed a lot of money. He planned to use his proximity to President Trump to alleviate his debt.

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  42. askandgettruth says:

    i do not trust this phony rudy. he was involved in the cover up of 9/11. just another swamp rat that has been festering far too long. when trump was running in 2016 he said he would investigate 9/11, where is it? along comes rudy as trump’s pal all of a sudden ?? look up rudy;s former police chief during and after 9/11 he is a dirty cop and so is rudy

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  43. tozerbgood8315 says:

    The name is Bond. Stephan Halper Bond . . . 007. Infiltrating the Trump Campaign for her majesty’s FBI..(looks like he’s had a few too many hamburgers to me)

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  44. GSparrow says:

    Rudy has been a great asset to Trump and so has Jay Sekulow. It was not easy to join the Legal team after the Collusion hoax had been generated several months before he started and then he had to contend with the Mueller gang of Hillaryites and the corrupt mass media. But he and Jay persisted for their famous client.

    Listening to Rudy talk about Rep. Ilhan Omar’s sick comment about 911, invoked the stored and readily available images in my mind of an outwardly cool, calm but determined mayor of New York walking in the rubble and the dust and setting a great example of courage and personal control during a shocking, deadly, bloody and brutal time for his city. Omar is a disgrace to Congress.

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