Rudy Giuliani Responds to Release of Mueller Report…

President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani appears on Fox News to discuss the recently released Robert Mueller report.  According to Giuliani he and his team had the opportunity to read the report in a DOJ SCIF on Tue and Wed.

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164 Responses to Rudy Giuliani Responds to Release of Mueller Report…

  1. NewSister says:

    Bravo, Rudy!

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    • NewSister says:

      …Except for your swipe at the (glorious) Inquisition.

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      • SwampRatTerrier says:

        Mueller and his entire team were “acting in bad faith.”

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      • Lindenlee says:

        The Inquisition murdered almost 50 million people, with tortures that could only come from the Pit of Hell. I hope you were being sarcastic.

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          You are too high by several orders of magnitude. Still, I hope that Torquemada and his acolytes and followers are still wallowing in the burning pitch.

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          • Lindenlee says:

            Actually not. In 1482, there were 200,000 Muslims murdered by those zealots in Andalusia alone.

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          • Lindenlee says:

            When one adds in the persecution and Slaughter of the Cathars, Albegenses, Walsensians (with unbelievable horrors), at the instigation of the Pope’s of the day, the St. Barholemew’s Day Massacre (which lasted several weeks and killed 30,000 people), and 600 years of various Inquisitions, the Franciscans that ran the Jasenovac concentration camp in Croatia in WWII and murdered 100s of thousands of Serbian Orthodox (Google Andre Pavelic) , it is much more than 50 million. The history is clear. Not to diminish the horrors of Communism in various places.

            But to do it in the name of Christ…. Well, their judgment at His Seat will be severe. I can’t imagine anyone who truly knows HIM that would sanction or dismiss the bloody history of the Roman Church.

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        • Davidk says:

          “The Inquisition murdered almost 50 million people”

          Correction, about 2000 people, over the course of a very long period of time. We are talking about multiple generations of people. You have the Inquisition confused with Commies, who are the only people who kill in such numbers.

          ” with tortures that could only come from the Pit of Hell.”

          Eh, they were no slouches at inflicting pain, or killing someone when they had to. But there were plenty of people who have done worse. Spain remained a Christian nation thanks to having the will to do the Inquisition. The USA faces a similar threat today, and it isn’t going to survive by slapping people on the wrist.

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          • American Mongrel says:

            Well said, sir. The Inquisition was unfortunate for some, but it’s loathsomeness is highly exaggerated.

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          • ATheoK says:

            Deaths caused by inquisitors prior to 1530 were “estimated” at 2,000.
            Deaths by inquisitors after 1530 are estimated to be over 1,000.
            Both of these numbers are determined by the records kept by the inquisitors… When they kept records.

            That’s the trouble with people trying to minimize deaths to miniscule segments of the bureaucracy/theocracy at the time. Ignoring the overall influence among the general populace.

            Notice how the fact that the Jewish population was terrorized, killed and forced to exodus or to go into hiding, is overlooked in those “inquisitor killings” totals.

            Then there are the cultures and populations exterminated by inquisition minded conquistadors? Where tens of millions and their cultures, e.g. Inca, were obliterated.

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            • Rhoda R says:

              Incan people are still there – they just aren’t conducting human sacrifices any more. I can’t say that I would want to ping the Spanish for putting an end to that particular religious practice.

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            • Davidk says:

              Deaths caused by inquisitors prior to 1530 were “estimated” at 2,000.

              That’s estimated, not “estimated”.

              That’s the trouble with people trying to minimize deaths to miniscule segments of the bureaucracy/theocracy at the time.

              I didn’t try to minimize anything, I gave the most accurate historical estimate we have. If you think that number is too small, then go with the estimate of a historian who was biased against the Catholic Church who put it at 10,000. It still is a drop in the bucket compared to 50 million.

              Notice how the fact that the Jewish population was terrorized, killed and forced to exodus or to go into hiding, is overlooked in those “inquisitor killings” totals.

              Not overlooked at all, those numbers I cited include the number of Jews executed. We weren’t talking about people who were forced out of Spain or forced into hiding because the original poster didn’t bring it up. Muslims, Jews, and other enemies of the nation of Spain were indeed terrorized, killed, forced to leave or go into hiding. That is what happens when a nation is torn apart by war. They weren’t nationals of Christian Spain, they didn’t belong there, they had to leave.

              Then there are the cultures and populations exterminated by inquisition minded conquistadors? Where tens of millions and their cultures, e.g. Inca, were obliterated.

              Nice try, but conquistadors were interested in wealth and fame, not inquisitions. The Inquisition didn’t set up in South America, so you won’t be able to pad that 10K but adding in all the native American Incans, who weren’t executed by the way. They were conquered, devastated by infections disease and the remainder intermarried with their conquerors.

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          • Moslems have killed and enslaved millions.

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          • dwhitehurst says:

            Seriously? This sounds like those who challenge the actual number of Jews who died in the Holocaust. If even one Jew (and/or handicapped person, and/or Gentile dissenting against Hitler like Lutheran Pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, etc., since they were killed in concentration camps too) was killed for being a Jew, then it is wrong. The Inquisition was wrong–the Gospel is not promoted by threat of death.

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            • Davidk says:

              Seriously? This sounds like those who challenge the actual number of Jews who died in the Holocaust.

              Very serious. I have studied the historical record and you have obviously not.

              If even one Jew was killed for being a Jew, then it is wrong.

              Your moral position is all well and good, but Spain was at the tail end of 700 years of war with Muslim conquerors that the Jews had allied with and fought against Christian Spain. Christian Spaniards had no tolerance for enemies of their nation remaining among them.

              The Inquisition was wrong–the Gospel is not promoted by threat of death.

              If the Inquisition was wrong, then no government has the right to execute someone for treason, and no nation has the right to expel foreign enemies. Jesus taught the Apostles to make disciples of all nations, the nation of Spain became disciples of Christ, and fought an unimaginable war of survival for many, many generations to hold onto their Christianity and the Gospel. The last thing they were going to do after winning was to let their enemies live among them and give them an opportunity to start the war all over again.

              If Trump doesn’t start aggressively prosecuting some of his enemies, you can watch what would have happened to Spain happen to him after he leaves office.

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    • Janice says:

      Fox needs to take the lying Mueller banner down! I have come to despise Fox!

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  2. montanamel says:

    Waiting for the “sploody heads” on this one….here is the “preview by WH” red meat for the vultures…

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  3. CoHoBo says:

    Baier and Wallace are insufferable.

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  4. Rudy is on fire! However, I can only take so much of Hemorrhage trying to trap Rudy followed by Chrissy Jr. making sure to exonerate Cankles, Zero etc. (i.e., no Americans colluded). Chrissy Jr. also jumped on the 10 manufactured “possible obstructions.”

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    • treestar1313 says:

      Yes, that statement about no Americans concerns me. While the report says no Americans were involved, we know they were, and I pray that Barr’s team uncovers that.

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      • FerdinandAkin says:

        He didn’t say:

        No Brits involved

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        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          PM CRAZY MAY is up to her evil Eye Balls in it.

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          • Lee Moore says:

            1. This all happened before May became British Prime Minister.
            2. The British spooks wouldn’t tell the British government what games they were playing
            3. Still less tell a Conservative British government
            4. And May is way too stupid to understad any of this, let alone mastermind it

            The answer is much simpler. The Brits have a Deep State just like the US does. The folk running it are the same sort of seedy McCabe / Comey/ Strzok type weevils that exist here, just with more clipped accents and crookeder teeth.

            If Brennan wants a favor, he gets a favor.

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        • madeline says:

          Harper is an American and he was involved…

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      • He also said Russians hacked into the DNC computers. No mention of DNC reps passing DNC data on to Russian agents. I have not seen enough evidence the former occurred; however, it is very likely the latter did occur.

        Ongoing investigation?

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        • snarkybeach says:

          it sounds like Mueller accepted the DNC’s word that their server was hacked. I would’ve thought the original is taking up space in a landfill somewhere…

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Art of War! yes, investigations are already started on Obama and Clinton, and probably many more now that AG Barr is sharper than many think. We know Trump is innocent but we also know who wants to smear him due to their own desperation and sweaty armpits after hearing today’s speech with AG Barr and SUPPORTED by Rod, who looked seriously desperate!

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      • Chgonana539 says:

        Wasn’t it opined yesterday that Barr meant was no other Americans were involved in producing the Mule Report. His press conference was an explanation on the report.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      The question needs to be asked of Mr. Muellar: Did your team investigate if any members of another campaign colluded with Russia? How many hours were spent on that, if so?

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      • WSB says:

        We still need the two memos unredacted. How do we know what Mueller actually investigated if we do not have his instructions?

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        • Fools Gold says:

          Wouldn’t that be considered a No No if you’re a rhino? Where’s the Rhino’s in the R party today defend our POTUS? BTW, I’m pissed and serious. Where were they? As a Comedian used to say, there’s your sign….

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          • WSB says:

            Bill Clinton made a comment years ago that the Republican Party would be infiltrated.

            Time to throw these traitors out of the party.

            Cut off the money.

            That includes McConnell.

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      • Lindenlee says:

        Yep.. Because the ostensible purpose of the “investigation” was to investigate “Russian interference in the 2016 election”. Would that also include ANY contact by the Russian govt with ANY campaign whatsoever? Foreign powers often play both sides, hoping to pick a winner. It does not appear that, ueller was ONLY interested in the Trump “collusion”, not Hillary’s, which was out in the open for all to see.

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    • Disgusted says:

      How do they explain Wallace cutting into the interview and intrupting the interview with Rudy? I’ve never seen anything like that happen before!

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  5. AmericaFirst says:

    All ten instances are an “intent to not get framed.”

    Baier is acting like the House dims actually need a real reason for impeachment, yet it is obvious that they are already creating a Plan C or D narrative which they hope will serve their evil purposes.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      with the President sitting at 50+ in biased MSM polls and the economy roaring, the Dems know they will need something more than “he might’ve meant to fire someone” in order to impeach.

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    • paulyho39 says:

      Yeah…why is Baier seeming to do all he can to further the conspiracy to bring down our President??? I thought at some point in his career he at least TRIED to be objective in his reporting…but here he really sounds like he’s attempting to help nail our President…sickens me!

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Baier is a bum. He is on the same order as Cavuto, only he gives you that “Coloege Boy” smile and the words “Fair and Balanced” are his practiced schitc.

        If you remember the first debate, with Megan Kelly, Baier was one of the moderators planned to bring The President “down” that night.

        Baier is a putz…..

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  6. Katherine McCoun says:

    According to Rudy –>> Mueller, et al NOT WHITE HATS!!! They were not White Hats with a secret plan.

    However, thankfully, there are white hats who fought them and FINALLY reeled them in.

    POTUS, according to the report, was not in a secret plan with Sessions. Sessions recusal was a significant issues that hinder the Trump Admin for 2 yrs. Sessions did good things on other issues and even as a white hat draining the swamp but his recusal on this issue was a significant blow and allowed Mueller et al to run wild.

    Yes, there are undisclosed plans and there are white hats. But we need to not be fooled that every set back, every negative thing, is part of a secret plan and is ok. All that does is lull is into a false sense of security and passivity.

    We must speak up and take political action. We need to heed President Trump’s calls to political action so he can have the political leverage and cover to do what he needs to do.

    Yes, it was hard to believe that Sessions wasn’t as good as we thought he was but evidently it was true.

    This report shows they left No stone unturned to “catch” President Trump, his admin and his family in at least obstruction. They failed. But they were not secret good guys! And this report shows that they were not secretly investigating all Russian interference and all players who worked with/colluded with Russian sources. In other words, the DNC, Hillary and Fussion are unmentioned and uninvestigated. They were not secretly using a supposed investigation of President Trump to investigate hillary/DNC, etc. Sad but truth is now seeing daylight.

    I am just grateful no obstruction trap was successful!

    Now, fingers crossed, let’s see an invest the predicate of this “investigation” and rumors and fisa abuse, etc. And that is still just cleaning up the most recent mess without actually draining the swamp of all that went on before, such as Hillary and her server, her subpoenaed emails, her foundation, Podesta & Hillary in Ukraine, etc.

    Great news today but Much left undone. The coup was at least successful in that it was a significant drag on draining the swamp and total fulfillment of the MAGA agenda.

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    • NJF says:

      Well said!

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    • RyderLee says:

      Katherine , Excellent Synopsis ! Thank You ! Go Rudy Go !!!

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      • Yy4u says:

        Well said Katherine. Now where’s Walso..er Roberts. His FISA court was deceived. Why hasn’t he complaines that his court was used in an attempted coup. Shame on him

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Deceived, or complicit? Was it Contreras, a newly-Obama-appointed FISC judge who approved the Trump-Page FISA previously rejected by another FISC judge? Contreras was Strzok’s buddy, who had to be removed (did not recuse himself!!) from the Flynn case.
          Lets hope AG Barr investigates the FISC court proceedings, and “selection” of which judges get “political” cases like spying on a presidential candidate of the “other” party.

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    • 6x47 says:

      But for Jeff Sessions’ pusillanimous dereliction of duty there never would have been a Special Counsel. The best assessment of Sessions as Attorney General comes from Joe DiGenova:

      Sessions was a scared little rabbit, completely lacking command presence. He was not a leader. If Sessions did have the moral courage he would have told the small group “the Attorney General does not recuse” and then immediately started investigating those who had urged him to recuse. As a leader of men he would have been immediately suspicious of the people urging the new boss “don’t look at us, and don’t look behind those doors.”

      Barr is a BOSS. And he immediately took charge, and put Mueller and SDNY on a short leash.

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    • Katherine, totally agree on Mule Patty never being a white hat. Interesting that Victoria Toensing on Varney and Co. commenting on Rosey looking scared “shiftless” (my words not hers) said that Barr got Rosey to come around. Sounds like Rosey was NOT a white hat but may have changed as the witchhunt collapsed.

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      • drocity says:

        My take on Rosenstein is that he is a completely self-serving little weasel. He sensed the change in the way the wind was blowing and is now jumping on Barr’s coat-tails to save his scrawny behind. He is not a good guy and should be squeezed for every little piece of filth that can be extracted from his corrupt soul, then fired with extreme prejudice.

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      • Inspector 71 says:

        Barr probably warned Rosey that if you cooperate, I’ll let you get out of here with a slap; otherwise, you will go down hard with the rest of them.

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    • bkrg2 says:

      great post
      I’m still sad about Sessions. That alone speaks volumes of the power of the Deep State to compromise a guy like him.

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      • The Heretic says:

        I am not so certain that he didn’t start out as deep state. I think he purposely ingratiated himself to Trump and his campaign to insert himself into the inner circle.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Tell me anything in his past that would lead you to conclude that.
          It seems to me Sessions is one of those super clean guys who can’t even imagine the ability of others in HIGH PLACES who’ve taken an oath to preserve the Constitution to do such evil. By the time he must have realized the frame, he was a recused, powerless AG.

          He must have decided that he’d put his little ole head down, plow forward to save American children from weed (actually, imho, not a bad thing)and work as hard as he could on other issues as AG. He also must have said to himself, “I’m doomed here. POTUS hates me. I have allowed myself to be duped. I gave up a Senate seat that could have been mine as long as I wanted it, and I can’t ever be the AG I imagined myself. It’s just a matter of time before I have to resign.”

          Feckless. Naive. Even cowardly. I liked Sessions. Never imagined him to lack internal fortitude, esp. after he had to take slings and arrows for backing Trump.

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          • 🍺Gunny66 says:

            Sessions never on any occasion took any slings and arrows for backing President Trump.
            The MSM never touched Sessions, like they never touch Pence.

            Show me anytime on the MSM where he took any slings and arrows.

            Kind of humorous…..
            Now all the Sessions backers are the one’s creating that old false narrative again.

            Putting together “what was in Sessions mind”…creating excuses for his lack of action.

            Next…

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        • Kristin DeBacco says:

          Heretic: I lean in that direction too. A plant. Very sad as I thought of him very well.

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          • dagnyshrug says:

            A year ago I made the statement here that I thought Sessions was the original insurance policy. I got slaughtered, but it didn’t change my mind.

            The fact Sessions had the courage to come out first in support of Trump, an unpopular candidate and person in all political circles, then cower in the corner as AG, never made sense to me. I think he was an avowed never Trumper with the credentials to be AG. It was predictable that Trump would nominate him as a reward for his loyalty and early support.

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    • TreeClimber says:

      Sessions’ part in this makes me sick in my stomach. I was one of his most hopeful (not necessarily ardent, but hopeful) supporters in the beginning, not least because, according to my mother, we’re distantly related, and, y’know, no one wants their family to be scum… kept rooting for him to come out and be a good guy long after should’ve given up hope…

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    • Roni says:

      Yes, Katherine, much to be done……the predicate, releasing the Comey memos, FISA and all other documents. Then, the most important question, who’s going to jail?!

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    • Fools Gold says:

      I vote conservative, I speak conservative, I tried to rasise my kids conservative, I support conservatives financially and love the ultimate conservative (GOD), finally, I have knifes and ammo, what is this political action you speak of? What am I missing? I think about 63 million folks will have the same question in 2020….my question is why doesn’t Trump go on offense? Sundance has been at it for 3 years now along with most of us.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Great that you live your life as a conservative and you show up to vote as a conservative.

        More is possible. Elected officials Need to hear from you when they have a vote in front of them that is important. Letters, phone calls and social media comments are important and exert influence when they are from voters back home.

        Call/write your elected officials when there are issues up for vote that you care about. Do you follow your state, county and city issues as well as federal issues?

        Do you know who all of your elected officials are and how to contact them? Examples: city council, city mayor, county mayor, school board (even if you homeschool the school board affects you), state representative, state senator, governor and US Congress – both your 2 Senators and your Representative. Know who is in each office and what issues are in front of them.

        All of these officials need to hear from you on important issues. Do you follow them on social media and comment? My senators don’t comment back but my Representative reads and comments on FB comments left by constituents and answers questions as do both my state senator and representative. I comment frequently and all but my senators know my name and who I am when I call their office.

        Also important is to hold them accountable after the issue has passed/failed. Did they vote as promised? If no, ask why not and let them know how this will affect your vote. We had a guy elected to state gov several years ago who campaigned on a Very specific issue as a cornerstone of his campaign, won and then voted the opposite. No one paid attention and he was reelected despite informed primary opposition. Then people complain when taxes go up — but they didn’t care enough to pay attention to those raising them! SMH

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        What else can you do?
        Go to the meetings when they are in town to hear them speak, ask questions and give your opinion. My Congressman came to our local GOP meeting and I heard him speak to a group of about 40 people. I was able to ask every question I had as well as talk to him after. Any and all of our area’s 12K GOP voters were invited but only 40 showed up. That was great for me but that let’s the Congressman know that not that many people are really paying attention outside of election time. They can then do what they want v. being concerned about being held accountable.

        Go, show up, ask, comment and make a difference. If nothing else, when you call DC over an important vote, he/she will be able to put a face to the name.

        Go to meetings during the primaries and general elections. I attended Diane Black’s visit to our area and asked her very specific questions about her actions during the ’16 primary against President Trump after TN had voted for him and about her time at a SC conference. She answered (not well) and I was glad that another roomful of people were hearing truth when she was running for TN gov. You do the same – use the knowledge we gain here to ask the tough questions and make a difference in the primaries!

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Few more suggestions re: what else can you do besides living a conservative life and voting:
        We have learned how important the RNC and the State GOP organizations are as they set primary rules, etc. In most (all?) states the State GOP committee members are voted on during elections. Do you know who your GOP committee member is for your district? Do you who your state RNC members are? Have you contacted them to voice your opinion on issues or gone to local meetings to hear them speak and learn more about the RNC and/or the your state GOP?

        Do you attend local GOP meetings to know who the local leaders are (or to become a local leader) and to help hold the GOP accountable? Even more important, become involved in the GOP to vote for MAGA RNC and state GOP committee members. Attend local meetings so you can make informed choices in the primary, not just the general elections. Better yet, be involved locally to help nominate quality choices for the primary! MAGA wins in the primaries. If MAGA GOP voters are not involve locally then we will only have GOPe choices in the general election.

        Write President Trump a letter or even a postcard on issues and to encourage him. Write his administration and cabinet, sharing ideas and opinions. Some are read and others are tallied. Our letters make a difference as they show when people care enough about something to write.

        Attend any and all local meetings you have time to attend that are open to the public. I have started attending the local board of elections meetings – very interesting and yet I am the only one there that is part of the general public. Now, they know that at least 1 person is paying attention that they are following the rules!

        Attend meetings, be informed locally as well as federally, ask questions, give your opinions, write, call, be part of the process that puts MAGA candidates forward in the primaries and Be Part of the process that makes sure the playing field is open to the MAGA candidates not just run/controlled by the GOP”e”/RINOs. Hold elected officials accountable and let them know you are paying attention! Plus, voluneteer for candidates if a primary race as a true blue MAGA candidate or a race is close between a Dem and GOP.

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  7. John Q. Public says:

    These Fox people suck ass.

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  8. Deplorable Canuck says:

    On this day the American people learned that, despite the efforts of criminal individuals from within and without, their electoral process survived and succeeded in electing a truly legitimate President. The electoral system of the democratic Republic worked against all odds, including what will be shown to be Democratic Party election tampering, vote stuffing and illegal voting. One would think that this is cause for celebration. The Republic has survived one of the chief dangers to any nation, an attack from within. But the Demtards will not be happy about this because, they are not in power. They have this insane idea that they, and only they know what is right for the nation. So instead of celebrating a clear electoral process they will return to the grave-yard of Russian collusion time and again to try and resuscitate the carcass. In the process they will show all true Americans just how much they hate America and its electoral process. They will seek to change the rules if they cannot win legitimately. But don’t let it happen Patriots. This whole episode shows just how resilient America is, and just how well the foundation of her democratic republic is laid down. Long live America, land of the free, home of the brave. Truly the greatest expression of a free society that ever existed on the face of the earth. Thank God for America! Thank God for President Trump! And thank God for the patriots that made it possible!

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  9. xcontra says:

    I don’t hear JACK from the trio of Brennan, Clapper and Comey. Good.

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  10. DJT2020 says:

    Rudy keeping it simple by repeatedly hammering that this was a frame up operation. The average person will easily be able to identify with this description of what they tried to do.

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    • convert says:

      And Rudy has tremendous admiration from the average American, middle aged and above, as a straight talking guy. He will carry far more weight than Nadler or Schiff or Baghdad Brian Williams or Shep or Wallace or any of the rest of these simpering liars.

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  11. Anonymous says:

    1. Rudy is on his A game in this discussion. Lot more analysis and thinking from him and less bloviating. Maybe getting back in the saddle and reading legal documents was good for him.

    2. The Fox commenters were annoying. In general, I want our “side” to be honest. And I dn’t have a problem with conservative media or people like Gowdy being serious about confronting possibility our side was wrong (have to be truth facing, not political). All that said, they seemed to overdo it. Still it was better than the preach to the choir from Sean, Laura, etc. And in the end of it, they did address a lot of actual content. Instead of the Sean Hannity “fill time” radio model that wastes time.

    3. No question on the rebuttal document? What is status of that?

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  12. Sunsettommy says:

    Bottom line, there is nothing substantive for the Democrats to continue their idiotic drumroll court anymore.

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  13. Yy4u says:

    Apparently Bret Baier was on Muellers legal team. If not Mueller screwed up. He should have hired him. Well maybe he did. I haven’t watched Special Report sive March 2016 when I thought maybe MSNBC had moved to 1064…the Fox Channel. What a bag of detritus Baier is. Hume is a globalist too but at least he is smart

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Last time I saw Baier standing, I noticed he is almost as wide as he is tall. He’s been doing some serious eating this last year, evidently.
      BTW, since Charles K passed, Baier has been tending left. I used to think highly of him as a journalist who didn’t reveal his biases.

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  14. Yy4u says:

    The thing about Fox..don’t know about CNN et al…is that Fox brings on guests to interview then doesn’t let them talk

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  15. Ace of Space says:

    If they found NOBODY in collusion with Russians during 2016 campaign, then the FISA warrant on Carter Page was a hoax illegal wrong made up thing!!!! Is anybody catching up on this? The Mueller Report just pointed out that NOBODY from TRUMP colluded with Russians, not ever Carter Page! But FBI got several FISA warrants on him???? I don’t understand……? It was made up! He was an undercover employee informant Male-1 for the FBI on several cases to nab Russian spies! So they knew he was spy on behalf of FBI and still got warrant for him to spy on him to get to Trump and create collusion and stories to get Trump from being elected, impeached, indicted, removed from office! It failed, now proof it was all a lie started by Obama-Clinton campaigns and govt officials who did not want, at any cost, Trump to be Prez. Unbeleivable! NOBODY was colluding…………..Carter Page……………but FISA………….met with Russians……………….NOPE he was on America’s Team! Sorry………………

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  16. ristvan says:

    The last third of Rudy’s interview is very important. His pointing to involvement of Mifsud and Downer with Papadop means 5eyes. Means Brennan and Clapper were working thru their foreign counterparts to spy on Trump campaign as early as March 2016. Papadop likely proved too tangential to the campaign (two hop not getting close enough), plus he did not bring the marked $10k entrapment money back to the US ( he said they tore his luggage apart on re entry looking, as if they thought it would be there). That sets up the first Nunes criminal conspiracy referral on intel.

    So Crossfire Hurricane belatedly switched to Carter Page using phony Steele dossier, setting up Nunes second criminal conspiracy referral on FISA abuse inside FBI/DoJ.

    This strongly suggests three things.
    1. PDJT knows all this, and not only via Nunes. One of his two reasons for not declassifying the FISA warrants when he first wanted to was, IIRC, allied nation concerns. UK for sure (Mifsud, Halper, Steele) and probably Australia. For ‘never again’, means PDJT and Barr have to take down Brennan and Clapper.
    2. That leads directly to Susan Rice in the WH. Very explosive, and sheds new light on her CYA ‘by the book’ email to self. Obama will throw Brennan and Clapper under the bus because not by the book. Remember the Jan 6 meeting involved Obama, Rice, Comey…NOT Brennan and Clapper.
    3. Going after FBI (Comey, McCabe) and DoJ (Yates, Lynch) is actually only half the needed job to insure never agin. Got to go after IC, especially CIA, where Brennan worked around domestic absolute prohibition via 5eyes.
    Bigger Ugly than originally imagined.

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    • MB says:

      One dangling thread that could, I think, be easily pulled by Barr is to get to the bottom of the Papadopolis 10k setup. That involved customs officials- somebody gave orders and somebody else accepted them. The key is they tried to set him up BEFORE they caught him in the perjury trap. Thats straight up entrapment.
      Put the pinch on those people, they aren’t the protected IC swamp monsters and they should name some names if properly motivated. Work your way up from there.

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    • Sounds like Rice’s CYA memo was more to protect Obama, Rice and other “inner circle personnel while making Brennen and Clapper fall “guys.”

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    • Concernedcitizen says:

      It has been postulated that the Brits initiated the frame job on Trump – that Brennan went along for the ride at which point he fired up the FBI to get involved. I’m not sure if anyone knows the definitive answer yet, but Brennan recently claimed he might have been duped. It’s just starting to get interesting, folks.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Regarding (1) “he know this”, so do i thx to Sundance. I say prove it to 63 million supporters. Don’t you think by now it’s TIME to go on offense….maybe I’m impatient but I think it’s time and there ain’t a better time in my mind anway!

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  17. deepdivemaga says:

    That last minute of the interview is spicy!

    Talking about the Origins of the Investigation, Giuliani believes that the investigation started before the first Papadopolous meeting, and that it wasn’t an accident that Misfud “fed” Papa D the information that the Russians had dirt on Hillary.

    Last minute is worth a watch.

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  18. Bigbadmike says:

    All I can say is “BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!

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  19. MB says:

    You know, the Republicans have rarely been on the same page in the last few years, but everybody pointing back to 2015/early 2016 as the genesis of the investigation, they could not have picked a better time. Sundance is right, the trap is getting down in the weeds with all the summer of 2016 stuff. That stuff is interesting but irrelevant. Go back to when the counterintelligence operation was launched, who launched it, and why. From there the entire thread unravels and the rest falls into your lap.

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  20. tommy tunes says:

    I bet Mueller will buy with his take of the 40 million Orgy Island so he can continue to cover up Epstein and the rest of the Cabal .

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  21. Yy4u says:

    Democrat definition of Obstruction of justice . When no crime occurs but the guy we were trying to frame groused about being framed for the crime that didn’t occur

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    • 6X47 says:

      … but only if you’re a Republican.

      If you’re a Democrat, committing multiple felonies and then lying about it to investigators and destroying evidence under subpoena is A-OK!

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  22. 6x47 says:

    The whole “we’re investigating the campaign” was a hoax, a lie, and a fraud to convince weak men like Jeff Sessions to step aside and let the black hats run buck wild inside the DOJ.

    And anyone who continues to insist “Sessions had to recuse, they were investigating the campaign and he was part of the campaign” is a special kind of stupid.

    It’s a trap; you know it’s a trap; and even knowing that with the full benefit of hindsight you insist on walking into it again.

    A.Special.Kind.Of.Stupid.

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  23. Johnny Bravo says:

    Prosecutors in bad faith!
    Perjury trap and why Rudy wouldn’t allow PT to be interviewed by Mueller’s team.

    Example: The FBI agents who interviewed Gen Flynn, did so without counsel present (bad faith), having a transcript of his call with Kislyak and didn’t allow him to recall the recorded convo, and concluded Flynn was not lying.

    Watch (10:47 to 12:18), Rudy highlights the corrupt prosecutor Wiseman. Wiseman uses the bad faith to take an innocent inaccurate recollection by Flynn and uses it to bankrupt Flynn.

    Wiseman is going down…

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  24. bessie2003 says:

    Just trying to clarify my own thinking, as am reacting to the opening of the interview where they keep on asking about intent:

    Are the Democrats using the idea of intent, like Comey did with Hillary, in order to amplify their justification for this whole charade in order to create a popular momentum in the Democrat Party’s efforts to eliminate freedoms of speech, freedoms of association by creating a new crime of intent as in “we can’t prove a person was thinking of doing something because that something never happened but it surely must be a crime because we think that person might have wanted to intend to do something” – creating the need to police thought crimes?

    Sometimes I think the Democrat Party has taken the book 1984 as an operator’s manual.

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  25. IfThenElse says:

    Decentralize the federal government! Distribute to all 50 states.

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  26. franuche says:

    Terribly unfair. Laurel and Hardy were actually enjoyable.

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    • As a member of ‘Sons of the Desert’ club, I bought an entire set of Laurel and Hardy videos 20 years ago for my 10 year old and his friends. To my happy surprise, they spent hours screaming at the videos in laughter. No violent slapstick and safe for kids to watch.

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  27. teeheeman says:

    Great job Rudy! We’ll be swimming through the ridiculous Dem response/meltdown over the next few days, but then some focus can move to Spygate.

    Rudy can be a KEY spokesman in educating people on the sordid/confusing details of Spygate. He did it right here with Chris Wallace on Papadapolous where Wallace either: 1) knows about it and doesn’t want to hear it or deal with it; or 2) doesn’t know about any of the Papa details because he lives in the DC “Trump Collusion” bubble that has now burst.

    Keep the popcorn handy!!

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  28. Daylight58 says:

    POTUS’ written response should have been “At this point, what does it matter!?”

    That seems to pass muster for some (*cough*) people.

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  29. California Joe says:

    So, if President Trump’s tweeting and speaking out about his innocence and the Russian collusion hoax investigation is obstruction of justice then wouldn’t the tweets and public statements by Adam Schiff, Nadler, Pelosi Galore, Mad Maxine and other Democrats that they had seen conclusive evidence that President Trump is a traitor, a criminal and colluded with Putin to steal the 2016 election be an obstruction of justice also since the Mueller investigation is a search for the truth? Truth covering innocence equally as well as guilt?

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  30. Alan Reasin says:

    While I have not absorbed all of the report, the obstruction charges seem more like they are based on “thought crimes” rather than actual actions taken by President Trump.

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  31. teeheeman says:

    This shot pretty much captures it all related to the desperate press and Dems

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  32. drexel says:

    The report should of been on a postage stamp, not 500 pages. Here is the what the report should have been:
    1. Report
    2. No collusion or obstruction.
    3. End Report.
    All of the other words are politics. It is impossible to obstruct when you are being framed for a crime that was not committed in the first place.

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  33. jx says:

    Much is made of the tower meeting….

    Yet nothing is made of Clinton campaign adviser Alexandra Chalupa sending Yoni Ariel (aka Jonathan Schwartz) to Rome, Italy to pay $9,000 for bank records purporting to show that Tillerson paid Trump $1.5B for the SoS position. A check with JP Morgan Chase and HSBC shows that the records were fakes.

    Nothing is made of Chalupa working with the Ukrainian embassy in Washington DC to feed information to reporters “to point them in the right direction”. Ukrainian legislator, Serhiy Leschenko, said that Trump’s candidacy caused “Kiev’s wider political leadership to do something they would never have attempted before: intervene, however indirectly, in a U.S. election.” This is a direct admission by a foreign government of their acts to interfere in the presidential election.

    Nothing is made of Chalupa paying foreigners for dirt.

    Nothing is made of Chalupa furthering foreign efforts to intervene in the election by coordinating their propaganda fed to US reporters.

    Why is there no FBI investigation of this?

    https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/russian-money-secret-meetings-and-an-israeli-s-attempt-to-bring-down-trump-1.5449458

    https://www.grassley.senate.gov/news/news-releases/grassley-raises-further-concerns-over-foreign-agent-registration

    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/01/ukraine-sabotage-trump-backfire-233446

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  34. shipley130 says:

    If you are a Democrat president, the Attorney General can be your “wing man” and help meet but if you are a Republican president, the Attorney General dare not EVER help the president.

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  35. THOMAS O'REILLY says:

    No questions to Rudy on collusion. It is dead, never to be mentioned by msm again. Now on to obstruction. Nadler and associates will take the 10 obstruction items to the max and create an impeachment of DJT. By the time this gets to the Senate Barr will have uncovered enough on the dems that it will be an easy victory for the good guys. Put it all together and 2020 is a romp.

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  36. TradeBait says:

    Rudy wiped the floor of the Fox commentators. They have obviously received their globalist marching orders to couch their comments and questions to be accusatory. They thought he would be unprepared. Wrong.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Agree. Rudy was / is very prepared to discuss most anything in the Mueller Report – both Volumes. Baier was boringly trying to play “gotcha” on the President’s alleged desire to terminate Mueller (Rudy countered well), and had Wallace gone any longer he would have been even worse than Baier, but thankfully the video ended.

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  37. Lester Smith says:

    I thought the song was the 12 days of Christmas. Fox sure gives us some real presents. Their the gift that keeps on giving Clark.

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  38. CNY3 says:

    Sundance…Rudy’s last statement was your cue!!! You have the timeline and have connected the dots to prove it was all a setup!!!

    Go for it!!! Send it to the IG’s office!!! Post it everywhere!!! Rock the house!!!😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  39. Disgusted says:

    How do they explain Wallace cutting into the interview and intrupting the interview with Rudy? I’ve never seen anything like that happen before!

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  40. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Go Rudy go!

    And for the thumbsuckling haters in the media, “Edelweiss”.

    “Bless my homeland forever!”

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  41. Lion2017 says:

    I love Rudy. Sundance please send your articles to Rudy. You have the timeline and he needs to see it.

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  42. Fools Gold says:

    Ok Sundance, anyone, can you prove Misfud started this Adam schiff? Remember it has to be sufficiently believable for a hanging in public…,

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  43. curator55 says:

    Rudy did a great job here but I think more passionate push backs like Tom Fitton here are needed, The Dems always fire both barrels on everything, whether they are attacking or defending but the majority of the GOP members can’t even fire pop guns most of the time. It’s disgraceful. Most seem to be laying low with their index fingers to the wind as usual and the Dems are in a wild freewheeling frenzy of an Obstruction Scandal with little opposition. Except for a few FC members like Meadows and Jordan.

    The Dem actors won again and forced Barr to release far more of this 400 page Dem propaganda report with considerable GOP support. It could cost the election if it is not beaten down. The Dems with their corrupt MSM are evil masters of scandals and hoaxes

    Tom Fitton from Gateway P.

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  44. Fools Gold says:

    #Metoo_NOT…my thumb still works and patriots live here! I enjoy their knowledge and patriotism! MAGA!

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  45. Along the way Rudy was at times less eloquent. But today, and in the last 3-6 months, he has more than earned his keep. Ably sparring with DS so called journalists, yet imminently reasonable and fair.
    Anyone that claims that Pres. Trump does not pick his staff well must consider folks like McGahan, Rudy, all the Trade folks, Mulvaney, Pompeo, etc.
    Yes, Sessions was a lapse born of POTUS’s loyalty, but these folks are fantastic!

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  46. Folks, Do you think the DEMENTED-DEMOCRATS & their PROPAGANDA-MSM-LACKEYS will understand what’s needed to prosecute an Obstruction-of-Justice Case ?….Ain’t that right Andy (SCOTUS 9 to 0 Overturned…LOSER) Weissman.
    He He He, They know all-too-well what’s needed…BUT…if they Admit to it then all those Campaign Funds and Advertising Revenue would dissipate like a “Fart-In-A-Whirlwind.”
    🙂

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  47. askandgettruth says:

    people research this corrupt POS. he is up to his eye balls in this cover up of 9/11. all of a sudden when trump gets in he is buddy buddy with him. trump said he would investigate 9/11. is this why rudy is watching trump ?? research him and his former police chief during 9/11, the truth is right in front of us, yet a blind fold is put on us and LADY LIBERTY WHY!!!!!

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