Andrew McCarthy Discusses Upcoming Mueller Report….

Andrew McCarthy called in to WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall for a conversation about the upcoming Mueller report as released by AG William Barr.  [McCarthy Article Here]

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Again, as with prior research on DC U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu, CTH has been deep in the weeds on the current Main Justice and FBI players, next outline coming on Dana Boente’s role…

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112 Responses to Andrew McCarthy Discusses Upcoming Mueller Report….

  1. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Interesting take on Boente on Bongino today

    Liked by 5 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      The podcast today was fascinating. There is so much more to flesh out.

      Wouldn’t it be wonderful if some white hats could be identified within the DOJ/FBI?

      Liked by 11 people

      • livefreeordieguy says:

        Indeed it would be, Sherri… Indeed it would be… We need them.

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      • chojun says:

        My understanding is that there are plenty at the DOJ/FBI. But they’re all silenced due to their roles. I’ve heard that there are legions of agents who are incensed about the politicization but who can’t say anything for fear of their jobs.

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        • Ready Steady Go says:

          I actually made a new tinfoil while watching this. Awesome and certainly possible. Bongino seems to get solid info with a little gossip mixed in. He is over the target.

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        • Trump Train says:

          They all have badges and guns………..group arrest this scum

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        • Betty says:

          I know I am cynical, but thousands, hundreds of thousand of young men, family men even have given their lives to build and maintain our Nation.

          So the fact that NOT ONE, not one DOJ/FBI person, was/is willing to sacrifice their jobs, not their lives, to tell We The People when an attempt to overthrow our elected government is happening/happened.

          Here is what they earned for themselves and their DOJ/FBI

          “The FBI, has shown itself to be a clear and present danger to our republic. When an organization with that much power is corrupted, it must be disbanded. Maybe a new organization can come from its ashes, but we cannot trust this one ever again. They hold a knife at the throat of every American citizen…”
          -Author Unknown

          And further –

          The FISA Court has shown itself to be a clear and present danger to our republic. When a Federal Court with that much power is irresponsible with the mission entrusted to it by We The People, and passively allows corruption or is itself corrupted, it must be disbanded. Maybe a new court can come from its ashes, but we cannot trust this one ever again. It holds a knife at the throat of every American citizen…

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    • Yy4u says:

      What nobody is pointing out with Bernies answer is you probably still pay thw $28k only you pay it in taxes and get in line for your MRI and or cancer treatment. Then when you are 75 you might not get treatment at all. In EVERY socialized medicine country the elite and wealthy have a far different standard of care than the hou polloi. Id Bernie doesn’t know that he is stupid. If he does, he is disingenuous.

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      • InAz says:

        Yep. Rolling Stones Mick Jagger came to the United States of America for his heart surgery.

        When I lived in Phoenix many many wealthy and famous foreigners came to Phoenix for medical reasons.

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      • pucecatt says:

        He is a loon and that audience was stacked with Bernie Supporters , we get our health insurance via my husbands employer and we don’t pay a dime other than our copays and things out of network and the usual deductible for er visit which is 200 bucks , and why would we want to give that up or have it forcibly taken away ? When Bernie says people pay 28k a year for insurance he is full of it ..

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      • CHenie says:

        Bernie doesn’t care ’cause it won’t apply to him

        Liked by 2 people

      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        He is just lying. It’s the norm for these socialist types.

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      • John-Y128 says:

        Exactly and I’m pissed that Brett and Martha didn’t call him on that issue; ‘What the differential point between giving $28k to an insurance company or to the government as the fee for insurance?

        Clearly Bernie wants to rip ‘control’ from the capitalists to him, the socialists, certainly not for better, cheaper healthcare. Lets return to insurance policies for major hospital medical issues and ‘cash’ for everything else, including Rx’s, prices will drop fast.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        I am quite sure Bernie Sanders does know that. He is a hypocritical Leftist SOB.

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      Great episode from Dan today, Krashman. Thanks for posting it. It’s been a long time since I’ve heard Boente’s name. Dan seems confident that he has good sources and good facts on how Boente fits and what he might be up to. I eagerly await the definitive word from Sundance on his “outine of Dana Boente’s role”… As they say in ‘true crime’ shows, this is getting curiouser and curiouser.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Boente was present at the testimony of Bill Priestap June 2018
        Interesting that he isn’t introduced/listed at the beginning of the interview but definitely guided Priestap from running afoul of Mueller investigation notably regarding Bill’s overseas travels

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    • sundance says:

      Bongino is WRONG on this.

      Some of the research is right….. BUT THE RESULT IS 180 DEGREES THE OPPOSITE.

      https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1118255286354153473.html

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Got that sense too from the Priestap testimony and reporting he signed a FISA renewal.

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        • Ready Steady Go says:

          I believe POTUS answered this question. Jeff sessions hired rod rosenstein not POTUS. Jeff sessions was in charge of the committee that brought in page and pappy. Jeff sessions appointed Huber to buy more time for Mueller. Jeff sessions recommended POTUS fire Comey. Jeff sessions worked with Rosey on the memo to fire Comey. Jeff sessions would be there when Rosey brought Mueller around. Jeff sessions recusal put all the pieces in play. Jeff sessions initiated the predicate for Mueller to switch to collusion. Jeff sessions lied about his contacts with kisliak to force his recusal. Jeff sessions met Russian’s in his office and at the Mayflower hotel. “I don’t have an attorney general”

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          • Iamcat says:

            The whole obstruction crap about firing Comey never made sense. The President was within his powers and did it the behest of the AG and AAG. They were the lawyers, if he was obstructing, then it was for them to tell the President, not encourage him. It always stank.

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            • Ready Steady Go says:

              Yes. Mueller did not transition from collusion to obstruction. It was sessions and Rosey who created obstruction from day 1. That is what people are missing. Sessions and rosenstein gave POTUS the green ight to fire Comey and then used it to appoint an sc. Then Rosey brings Mueller by under the excuse of a job interview. Mueller and Rosey were building the obstruction case that day. Sessions set the whole thing up and then got out of the way so Mueller could take over. It’s right there.

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              • Iamcat says:

                It just makes me sick about Sessions. I’m just glad Pence was not in on it, that would really be horrible. I really loved Jeff Sessions and feel deeply betrayed.

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                • Pedro Morales says:

                  Didn’t Trump Tweet paraphrase: They wrote a letter recommending I fire the guy, and then I get investigated for following the advice.

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                • boomerbeth says:

                  I thought he was far more on the ball than he actually was.
                  Likely why he was denied a federal judge appointment. He cannot play chess.

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            • boomerbeth says:

              The juvenile description Comey explained to con-gross about leaking his memos to The NY Times to justify HIS PERSONALLY TO APPOINT AN INDEPENDENT COUSEL was dicta.
              It sounded logical to the illiterate in the House, something Chancy Gardener (“being there” film) would say.

              Substitute Gardner for Comey.
              “Hm. Well, Mr. Gardner, I must admit that is one of the most refreshing and optimistic statements I’ve heard in a very, very long time. I admire your good, solid sense. That’s precisely what we lack on Capitol Hill.”

              “Mr. Gardner, uh, my editors and I have been wondering if you would consider writing a book for us, something about your um, political philosophy, what do you say?”

              Dennis Watson: You know, I’ve never met anyone like you in Washington before.
              Chance the Gardener: Yes, I’ve been here all my life.
              Dennis Watson: Really? And uh, where have you been all MY life?
              [laughs]
              Dennis Watson: Ah, tell me, Mr. Gardner… have you ever had sex with a man?
              Chance the Gardener: No… I don’t think so.
              Dennis Watson: We could go upstairs right now.
              Chance the Gardener: Is there a TV upstairs? I like to watch.
              Dennis Watson: You like to uh, watch?
              Chance the Gardener: Yes.
              Dennis Watson: You wait right here. I’ll go get Warren!

              https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078841/quotes/?tab=qt&ref_=tt_trv_qu

              Or something Tom Hanks would say to Meg Ryan in “you’ve got mail”:
              Joe Fox: Well… if I hadn’t been Fox Books and you hadn’t been The Shop Around the Corner, and you and I had just, well, met…
              Kathleen Kelly: I know.
              Joe Fox: Yeah. I would have asked for your number, and I wouldn’t have been able to wait twenty-four hours before calling you and saying, “Hey, how about… oh, how about some coffee or, you know, drinks or dinner or a movie… for as long as we both shall live?”

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          • boomerbeth says:

            Jeff Sessions resigned when he learned Rodent-stein appointed Mule-liar& the gang who investigated hil-LIAR-eee.
            Reince went out to Sessions in his SUV to convince him to stay.

            “Sessions, of course, had recused himself from the Russia investigation, an action that made Trump angry to this day. Now, in the Oval Office, the attorney general was blindsided by the Mueller news. “Sessions was just horrified,” Dowd said. “He was so embarrassed. And the president said [to Sessions] how could you not know? And Jody Hunt, who was the chief of staff for the attorney general, did not know, and he was horrified. And poor Sessions resigned right then and there. They started drafting a resignation letter. He was so embarrassed and humiliated.”

            https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/columnists/byron-york-from-former-trump-lawyer-candid-talk-about-mueller-manafort-sessions-rosenstein-collusion-tweets-privilege-and-the-press

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          • Sharon says:

            Ready you are full of B S on Sessions! Before Comey was even fired they planned on a special counsel!

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      • nonniemae says:

        Please stay safe SD. I’m almost afraid to know who the “someone close to the president” is. Even so, I’m anxiously awaiting the revelation.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Brilliant thread, Sundance.
        Producing clarity from the spider web.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Interesting affadavit
        Dec 2017 indicates FBI Counterintel Div (Mueller) was looking for a “just in case” way to secure Assange by finally seeking indictment for a 7 year old offense?
        EDVA unseal this year old indictment with or without Barr’s blessing?
        Timing is suspect given Barr’s recent testimonies

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        • Ready Steady Go says:

          They could have got to assange years ago. Why is he “arrested” shortly after Barr is appointed and after Trump is clear? I think Barr is bringing him back to get to the bottom of spygate. What if wiki drops a bombshell about their real source of the emails will assange is being held???

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      • Alleycats says:

        That was an awesome thread Sundance. I love the way you laid it out straightforward, with the cite underneath. Truth that cannot be ignored. That needs to be shared like that.

        Yes indeed let us keep asking the right f-ing questions.

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      • CHenie says:

        Bongino often hints that he’s reporting something “classified” then asks his side-kick ‘Joe’:

        “Are you picking up what I’m puttin’ down Joe”.

        I am no Bongino fan. In fact, Bongino had photos and other evidence on Northrom (sp?) and that whole “black face” fiasco that went on in VA a month or so ago…or was it a year or so ago. Either way, you notice it went away.

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        • CHenie says:

          Sorry-forgot to add that Bongino held on to that evidence for a month-then got busted for holding it-then lied about it-then got caught lying-then trashed the people who caught him.

          DB has a way of making old news sound like new news. In fact, a lot of people do-

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      • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

        Fascinating…as an aside, I worked on Dana’s reelection campaign for CA48th. At a meet an greet over a plate of cheese and crackers I asked him, “how did assange get the emails”?

        He looked me in the eye and said, “Seth Rich”. I nearly fell over.

        There’s gotta be a reason Assange is not being charged in the MUH Russia Collusion Deception.

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      • We need to find out who recommended McGahn as White House counsel…..that person is the deep-state mole

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      • Bob Parker says:

        As always, I appreciate the additional knowledge. I commented on DB’s podcast in your Boente post & stated that with no middle ground here, either SD or DB is WRONG. It is looking more like DB is WRONG & accordingly, he damn well better issue CORRECTIONS to his podcast in order to maintain credibility.

        DB, the ball is now in your court! Remember what you have stated on your podcasts, “I’d rather be last & right than 1st & wrong”. Now it looks like you’re last & WRONG, so PLEASE correct yourself.

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    • snellvillebob says:

      Walgreens sign that says “Get your flu shots today” with a headline “In England you have to wait months for these. I guess they meant the UK.

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    • stringplayer55 says:

      Hey, Cardi B, have you heard about the illegal aliens who are getting free healthcare, who are getting free college tuition? I’ll bet you just love the fact that they are being “taken care of.” Want to take that one on, Cardi B?

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    • Chilidog says:

      Bongino often says that people at the fbi are “cooperating.” He says this about Boente, Priestap, Pientka and others. Who exactly are they “cooperating” with? Why would they “cooperate”? It makes no sense for someone to confess to a crime that the doj has no intention of pursuing.

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  2. Sparty says:

    If Barr has any hope of fixing the DOJ he might try firing Jesse Liu for all 4 egregious actions SD outlined, and taking McCabe to trial immediately. Jail time for high profile small group leader McCabe is the only thing that will scare the rats off the ship. Just my quick take theory.

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    • Pied Piper says:

      I agree but I think the rats will be abandoning on their own soon enough, turning on one another to save their own stinking skins. Some may coordinate a pile-on against a single figure like a Brennan. In some ways it would be better if they chew each other up first and then Barr comes in to clean up the mess.

      These democrat/communist scum must wake up every morning and wonder how The Beast lost and destroyed their world with the worst yet to come. Perhaps God has had enough. Who can really know?

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    • trapper says:

      Has it occurred to anyone that Liu may be prevented from charging by someone at DOJ? Look at Trump’s DOJ landing team from his transition team, see where they are now, and watch whose name pops out and in what current position.

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    • buanadha says:

      making an example of someone like McCabe and Liu might be a good way to get people to start talking. Alternate is to keep things quiet and roll things up behind the scenes… but I don’t know if that’s really happening

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    • AG Barr taking down Liu would be the Shot Heard Round the World.

      Cockroaches scrambling on a global scale.

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  3. Jonesy says:

    Everyone please listen on bongino.com podcast or watch his YouTube on it. Very interesting as I believe Sundance is a source for Dan on the exposure of the Deep State(Both Florida Boys living in proximity to share info and drink a beer or mojito!)

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  4. Carson Napier says:

    With all the attention and respect it’s getting, a traveler from another planet might think the Mueller Report was from God given to Robert Mueller through the Archangel Gabriel. In realty, it is just an overly lengthy piece of steaming excrement left over from a criminal spy operation, frame up and attempted coup that should be rolled up and shoved right up Barack Obama’s a$$.

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  5. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Something just clicked after listening to this interview, they were definitely holding onto the Assange indictment until the end of the Meuller witch hunt, in order to cement “impeachment”.

    Something went wrong along the way.

    The Assange indictment was on ice since December of 2017, Julian was to be the cherry on top of the Mulehead special counsel report. Through innuendo and media manipulation, it was to feel as though Trump was a colluding traitor.

    Why did Mueller wait for Barr? Did they not foresee Sessions getting fired?

    Ideal release date for the Mulehead report would’ve been the June/July 2018 timeframe. Far enough before the midterms to not appear like Mulehead was trying to influence them, but definitely would’ve influenced them significantly. If Trump would’ve lost the Senate, he’d be in legit political trouble, with all the Republirats like Romey, Collins, Sasse, Murkowski, and many other never-trumpers. An impeachment vote could’ve been possible.

    Was it always Trump’s trump-card of total declassification that held Mulehead back from more frivolous indictments?

    Was Rosenstein refusing to charge Don Jr? There are still so many unanswered questions..

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    • deqwik2 says:

      There are a lot of things that they didn’t foresee & those things will be their downfall.

      I can’t believe Comey thinking he was some untouchable figure in all of this. It seems he had no clue what was coming. The thought that anyone would investigate the investigations was bewildering to him.
      They have been sloppy & frankly they underestimated the “ignorance of the people”. (Gruber told us that’s what they count on).

      When I read the dossier that BuzzFeed printed, I thought it was something akin to an article in the Onion & was blown away that our gov’t would actually use something like that. If that’s the best Glen Simpson & Chris Steele could come up with then I’m in the wrong business because I could do better.

      This has sure been an eye opening experience about how ignorant the people in high places really are. Their intelligence is not what they want us to believe it is.

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    • farrier105 says:

      The real ringmasters of this entire circus (we don’t really see them) have to ensure one thing every time they screw us–The two party charade must be maintained in order to keep us divided.

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  6. JonS says:

    Ref Boente, can’t wait!

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  7. jeans2nd says:

    Cannot answer this question, but McGahn was brought into the 2016 campaign, well before 8 Nov 2016.
    McGahn, a member of the Federalist society, had campaign finance as his specialty, and served as commissioner and chairman of the Federal Election Commission. McGahn was also general counsel for the RNC for 10 years, and was also with Jones Day.
    There is more, this is just from memory.

    Would love to know who put McGahn on the campaign.

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  8. evergreen says:

    If Barr sent a prosecutor to flesh out the UN ambassador’s claim that unmaskings were done in her name but not by her approval, that would net who: ambassador, FISA security program oversight responsible for integrity of the system, the “other”
    unmasker? Establish a conspiracy between the three if there is collusion to obstruct the investigation? What US Code violations would those be? How much of a penalty? Enough to break one of them and roll them into a plea bargain?

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  9. chojun says:

    Ha ha will someone kindly let Sundance know that the news about Huber meeting with Barr is not new? 😉

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  10. Carson Napier says:

    The Rosenstein initiated Mueller ‘Investigation’ = Step two of a coordinated effort to illegally target domestic political enemies, steal the 2016 election and attempt to politically assassinate the President of the United States with a coordinated conspiracy to remove him from office and overthrow the will of the American people.

    That it didn’t succeed in no way means Rosenstein and Mueller are not evil sociopaths without even a scintilla of integrity.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      The weird thing is, despite lack of indictments of Trump, the report will in a way succeed. Hundreds of pages of “orange man bad” narrative. This will feed the propaganda media for months. It doesn’t matter that on the last page Trump is exonerated. “All wind and no rain” as McCarthy said, and the Dems and anti-Trump RINOs will cling to that wind. Hundreds of pages of detailed wind to perpetuate the narrative that Trump did something wrong.

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  11. Summer says:

    Actually, it was kinda disappointing. Listened to him earlier today. I agree with Sundance that he got it all wrong about Boente. He lost me completely when he mentioned “by the way” he thought Rosenstein was a good guy (did I hear that right?).

    Also, his comments on socialism and wages show that he has no clue what he is talking about. People are not just “given food” and whatnot. That’s not a “feature of socialism”. People are equally miserable/poor by design but they are definitely paid wages according to their education and experience. The difference is the system is not based on merit, only on years of service, and there is only one employer, the Government.

    Oh, and “to each according to his need” is not a tenet of socialism but communism (in which no one in the former Eastern Block believed 50-60 years ago, let alone today). In socialism — “to each according to his contribution” (i.e., work), not “need.”
    We can’t effectively debate socialists if we don’t know basic stuff like that.

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    • CHenie says:

      I’ve listened to Bongino for a year or so. DB has a talent for ginning up suspense and intrigue about stuff that is already known-or, at least, been reported on. Bongino often gets to a certain point in his comments, and then says he can’t reveal too much because of his sources, followed by the inevitable “Are you picking up what I’m putting down Joe?”

      I’m no expert, nor do I spent all my time researching stuff. But I do pay attention. I lend little credence to any sources other than CTH, The Epoch Times and Andrew McCarthy.

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  12. CHenie says:

    Sorry-forgot to add that Bongino held on to that evidence for a month-then got busted for holding it-then lied about it-then got caught lying-then trashed the people who caught him.

    DB has a way of making old news sound like new news. In fact, a lot of people do-

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  13. Austin Holdout says:

    You are really fortunate to have that insurance. Individual insurance with a low deductible (($1500) and 80/20 copay would have cost my family (just for 2 adults) $23k this year and that wasn’t the most expensive plan. Instead, this year and last, we have paid $12k per year for a policy with a $13.5k deductible ie. Insurance doesn’t pay one dime (not even for “well care” exams) until we are out of pocket $13,500. I’m sure Bernie is referring to the highest rate out there for an individual family policy with little or no deductible and 90/10 coverage. For the first time and probably last, my experience matches Bernie’s facts. The thing is, before Obamacare, our family was getting the same policy that now costs $23k for $9k. See how that works? Obama blows up the healthcare system and Bernie steps in to save the day by selling his “Medicaid For All” garbage. See how easily we got around to what Hillary has lobbied for since she was the “healthcare czar” during Bill’s campaign? That’s the kind of long-term planning and execution the left practices while the GOP picks fuzz out of their navels. PDJT is correct that the GOP needs to do more than resist Medicare for All. For those of us whose only choice is individual insurance, paying $12k per year for nothing but catastrophe coverage until we reach the age for Medicare is pretty hard to manage. Last year our out of pocket costs were $11k (2 colonoscopies took most of that) added to the $12k in premiums or $23k for healthcare and nothing major happened. We can barely afford this and know plenty of folks who can’t afford it. Obama broke it. Bernie is not going to fix it.

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    • Actually the hospitals who own the docs, have their own HMO, and tax exempt system broke it. Force them to refer out of system 40% of their imaging, therapy, etc then run the numbers. This was a lobbying issue, not a stupidest, racist President issue.

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  14. covfefe999 says:

    “All wind and no rain”. I like McCarthy’s point that the indictments were lengthy and contained lots of serious implications … and then on the last page the person was charged with lying to the FBI about the date of a meeting. The indictments could have been one pagers simply stating that, but instead are narratives to support the traitors’ fabricated stories that people associated with Trump were colluding with the Russians. Disgusting. I’m going to feel very uncomfortable reading the Mueller report because it will be an egregious example of narrative-crafting. And yet I have to read it to be well-informed and have intelligent discussions. I hope it contains some info that can help explain some of our unanswered questions or fill in some gaps of knowledge.

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  15. boomerbeth says:

    Andy LOVES Celebrity.
    That he continues to declare he “believes” the deceitful prevaricating “intelligent” 3 musketeers (“THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING”) without evidence of a server investigation, tells me HE IS NOT ONLY NAIVE, but he is gold card carrying member of THE SWAMP.

    ANOTHER LANNIE DAVIS, Andy is always called on front & center when a new fabricated scandal erupts.

    Notice, he avoided connecting ASSANGE to Russia.?

    I have always been unimpressed with his copycat deductive logic.

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  16. Diana Fox says:

    Does anyone want to comment on the implications of Pelosi’s visit to Dublin today and her comments?

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