Corey Lewandowski Discusses Mueller Report…

Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski appears on Fox News to discuss the false characterization of his activity within the Mueller report.

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119 Responses to Corey Lewandowski Discusses Mueller Report…

  1. NJF says:

    I always liked Corey. They didn’t care whole they smeared.

    I also have to give strong consideration for Manafort. He lived on the edge of political impropriety. However, he never “composed” against potus.

    And Flynn what will happen to him?

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    • starfcker says:

      You always liked Corey? Don’t you remember when he beat that Michelle Goldberg woman to within an inch of her life during the campaign? All kidding aside, I saw Don Jr on The Apprentice years and years ago say that his father taught him that loyalty was the most important thing. Corey seems to have that in spades.

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      • Still can’t look at Jamie Weinstein, the boyfriend of the woman. Michelle Fields? She disappeared but he’s trying to make a come back.

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        • helix35 says:

          Don’t forget Ben Shapiro’s role in that sorry shtshow.

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          • Betty says:

            Ben Shapiro made a comeback for two tv appearances, even Tucker Carlson gave him a chance, then the next I heard from him was a dirty, nasty, let me stick my nose in too comment about President Trump.
            I am getting so sick of these guys uncontrollable ENVY. There definitely is a syndrome, different from TDS.
            It could be called Has-Been Syndrome (HBS). The first documented case is Kathy Griffen. Middle America has left her behind and she knows it, so all she can do now is some outrageous stunt that makes us all snap our head to look at her. That only last for a second (but it seems to gratify her), then we all turn away and puke.

            I am betting Mitt knows that we are all turned away and puked over his last humiliating attempt to claim the spotlight.

            Ben and Mitt do not have the stature to shine President Trump’s shoes.

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      • PoCoNoMo says:

        Remembering our incredulity when we saw, during the campaign, that terrifying attack on Ms Goldberg, by Corey! :-O

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    • Apfelcobbler says:

      At the latest I’d think PT could act the day after election (and pardons them ALL). Maybe it’ll be possible to act on individual cases before then, depending on what comes out … I just HOPE all the characterizations of PT always evening scores were vastly understated!

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    • How about appointing General Flynn to lead an ALL-of-GOVERNMENT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE Operation against the ENTIRE DEEP STATE? 😱

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      • Thanks BKR. I’ve had this idea as well. Lt. General Flynn, former head of DIA, patriotic and clean to lead a massive assault on the deep state swamp. Provide all intel to AG Barr for immediate prosecution and expedited sentencing. Name names, cite misdeeds. Flynn probably already knows where ALL the bodies are buried and can bury Obama in the process. The least that could happen is the process is the punishment.

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      • Jederman says:

        “The deep state IS real.” It makes you wonder with so many CI resources dedicated to the RU hoax, what real threats have slipped through the cracks and established themselves.

        It also makes one wonder what the real threats are. External threats are easier to target. The internal “resistance” threats are more difficult. They (DS/media) had the high ground for two years, maybe we now have an opening. The remaining Lefties buried in the bureaucracy, particular LE and IC are a time bomb. Several resistance types in the IC have already been busted but it’s safe to assume there are many more.

        It would be prudent to drastically ramp up CI capabilities and insure our IC and LE organizations are not compromised from within.

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        • Post of the Day, Jederman!
          👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

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        • 2zymos says:

          LE at fed level is no longer appropriate [if it ever was constitutional:issue on the side for now]
          — ALL, IRS, FBI, Treasury investigators and Marshals and so on = enlisted or commissioned and dependent on manpower from the states, the sheriffs and the people (militia) for internal law enforcement. Any “gun” from the feds is a “military” one subject to posse commitatus. I believe I’m correct that the posse commitatus rules do NOT apply to federalized (orders) or state (orders) 1) National Guard nor 2) Marine Corps. These institutions with their MUCH higher turnover have the ability to run national level databases, comm systems, coordination cells, and can be authorized and manned to handle international criminal issues. The turnover is ESSENTIAL to maintaining reliability on public stated mission/purpose and is specifically to AVOID the criminal gang issues with connections over YEEEAAARRRRSSS with Comey, lynch, holder, hillary, mueller, rosenstein, stzok… where they felt invulnerable to accountability and justice and drove their instutions FROM designed purpose to criminal and treasonous ends!!!
          Also, there needs to be an aggressive counterweight to the CIA and a total takedown of the “special master” and national security exceptions to Article three (federal constitutional courts). Most are not aware of the DIA and I’m not well enough aware of their orders, command and control, capabilities etc to authoritatively declare that the CIA be folded into the enlisted and commissioned DIA — but I am looking for why and how we still have separate CIA??

          Also, we will need to rethink NSA and privacy given the oceans of electrons we now “swim in” and the “states” [or state-like corporate “control” mechanisms leveraging license/permits/grants from fed/state/local governments] ability to exploit these electrons at the expense of peoples lives, rights, property control, and “pursuit of happiness”.

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        • Donzo says:

          How can that be when they’re 99.9% true and honorable? You can’t keep the good men and women of the FBI from doing their sworn duty to country. /sarc

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Even PapaD did not compose anything either. PapaD should get a job in Fox News

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    • Mary Angela says:

      I still like Corey and wish Trump had never fired him. I think Ivaznka and Jared thought Donald outgrew Corey. The truth is that is Cory had not taken a longshot chance on Donald Trump, Trump would have never been President. I really think Corey was treated shabbily by the Trump Family. Yet Corey has remained a true blue, never wavering friend to the President.

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  2. Luke Adachi says:

    This is delicious. Sweet like candy. Mark Levin said it but I thought it, first. Who knows how much if this report is true? Is anyone gonna follow that up? No. Of course not. But, none of this is tested. This is purely one-sided , by nature. But, let’s have it out. Let’s see about the veracity of the actual content.

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    • WSB says:

      I just surmized on another thread that this whole Mueller Volume II is the Steele Dossier 2.0.

      That is all.

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      • Mark Hudson says:

        from page #1: “The Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election in sweeping and systemic fashion. Evidence of Russian government operations began to surface in mid-2016. In June, the DNC and its cyber response team publicly announced that Russian Hackers had compromised its computer network.”

        Excuse me but who investigated this and when? Yet there it is posted as fact. This entire document is crap.

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    • Carson Napier says:

      Round about the cauldron go
      In the Steele rumors throw
      Will of Obama snake
      In the cauldron boil and bake
      Maw of ravening Weinstein shark
      Root of Sessions hemlock digged in the dark

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    • Keln says:

      What is true and what is not true can be gleaned from the language used. Official legal terms are used in the truthful parts (basically that the President or his campaign did nothing wrong, etc) and garbage language is used in the false or at least biased parts of the report, particularly where they serve to cast shade on the President.

      Also the use of “notes” or personal testimonies are nothing when there is no ability to challenge them as they are merely hearsay without rebuttal or any sort of validation.
      Any idiot could scribble down a “note” saying anything they want it to say and submit it to an investigation team. That doesn’t mean it should be included. Dates, times, records, recordings, etc…those usually are used to support truth. “Personal notes” are about as useful as a CNN “anonymous source familiar with their neighbor’s dog’s thinking”.

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      • dwpender says:

        Ah, but you forget that our government generations ago — in its lust for power — made it a “felony” to “lie” to the FBI or other investigative “G-men” (to use an older term), even when the citizen is not sworn and even where no recording or transcript is made! Those useless “notes” become 302s, etc, which serve as the basis for prosecutions (even where there is no underlying crime). And notice that our political branches have never lifted a finger to repeal the statutes creating these absurd “crimes.”

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  3. Tom H says:

    Ole’ Cory is good at the filibuster …he really didn’t answer any of the questions.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      It was beautiful. Never answered
      Henry’s BS questions/LOL.

      Ed Henry was noticeably frustrated
      trying to cut in, no luck. A+ Cory.

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      • hoghead says:

        Is CL practicing his filibuster skills to meet Hannity? SH is the champeen interrupter; I can’t listen to his radio show without hollering at him.

        “Knock, knock.” “Who’s th…” “This is Shawn Hannity!”

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    • Sammy says:

      NO, he said clearly the President never asked him to fire Mueller, nor did he have any authority do so come on!! He said he had candid conversations with President, who likes to ask different people the same question, which probably was ” I dying to fire this dirt bag Mueller, hey let’s do it” {joking}. He said never had conversation and delivered anything to Sessions about pertain anything about his job as AG.

      This kinda ridiculous they are taking conservations Trump had with friends, semi joking, not serious, outlets for frustration with Russian delusion and taking them out context. Imagine your every confersation with subordinates, friends, lawyers held to interpretation by your enemies in report.

      This wasn’t a 6 month investigation, it lasted 2 year, crazy that he waived all executive privilege, all the conversations he had with Cory he could have claimed executive privilege.

      We know the President isn’t into keeping his own counsel, , he likes probing people, asking questions, joking around, testing limits.

      Jake Trapper had breaking news story last week… The President told DHS officials, that they should close the border and he will pardon them if they get into trouble, I not joking that was a breaking story…. Obviously he was semi joking that he would love to close the border but joking about demanding the agents do it.

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  4. Searkreb says:

    Mitt Romney said he read it and believed it. Isn’t that enough evidence for us? S/

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    • I’ve not given Mormonism much thought. I know it is historically unique to the U.S. in that it began and propagated on American soil. It has a controversial history but has seemed to, at least outwardly, put on a normalized Christian facade.

      I can say, however, that Mitt Romney as the most visible mormon political figure in the US has totally turned me off. He’s a self-righteous, dishonest, arrogant, vain, cowardly, dirt ball and a stain on mormonism.

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      • Zoe says:

        Dirty Harry Reid is also a Mormon. Mittens is just a baby compared to Reid.

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      • Tom H says:

        About the only good thing you can say about him is that he’s not as big a dirt bag as fellow Mormon Harry Reid. But he’s actually more despicable than Reid; Reid makes no bones about being a dirt bag. Back when the Weekly Standard was worth reading, they did a lengthy article on Reid, highlighting what a skunk he is. Pretty funny actually. I think Matt Labash wrote it. A really funny guy. Wonder what happened to him.

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      • wondering999 says:

        Yeah, my experience with LDS is pretty limited, mainly to one very respectable family with children who were classmates with mine. Absolutely excellent people of integrity.

        Interestingly, one of their daughters who went out to Brigham Young University in Utah returned with a lower opinion of her family religion (although not their family practice of it). She said it wasn’t what she expected.

        Sounds like maybe the center has been corrupted? Like Washington DC? We’ve been going out to foreign countries to “bring democracy?” (as if anybody decent would want the cesspool being peddled out of DC, they disgrace us)

        The LDS need to clean up their center in Utah, sounds like

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      • jus wundrin says:

        You forgot about harry reid

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          jus – and Jeff Flake……

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          • Another stain on Arizona.

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            • COlibertybelle says:

              Flake and Romney are stains on humanity and embarrassments to the LDS church. I am Mormon – there are no words for how loathesome these creeps (Romney and Flake) are. I am incredibly angry how some of our high profile members have left such a stain on my church. I cannot find in me to even pray for them – they are frauds and traitors to this country.

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              • 2zymos says:

                Don’t feel left out or alone — good Catholics, protesters (protestants), Jews, and other religions, get elected to office and feed their inner psycho-egos and just collapse completely in living a good ethical (God informed) life–many if not most!!

                Such a known, well-worn “path” — why we have a multi-constituency, multi-overlap, multi-checks government design– and why we have the militia when it all fails simultaneously.

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            • olderwiser21 says:

              I know and I love Arizona so much! It is my favorite place to visit – especially the Scottsdale area. Just beautiful! Darned politicians!

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        little – sadly, I agree with your summation of Romney and unfortunately, he is my senator, and yes, I am LDS. I just got through leaving him a very angry email on his congressional contact site. I have had it with him. He makes reasonable Utahans and Mormons throughout the state, who love our President Trump, cringe. It is very upsetting.

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        • Upsetting to say the least …
          Romney is now the NATIONAL FACE of LDS.
          His actions are REBRANDING LDS members as malicious back-stabbing snakes.
          If LDS “followers” let him get away with it, Americans will NEVER FORGET.
          Sad.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            BKR – Wow! Well, that is a very disheartening scenario, as I personally know many LDS who love and support President Trump and think Romney is a disgrace. I hope people don’t hold LDS Church members responsible for Willard’s bad behavior. That would be quite unfair, and I think most deplorables are better than that. We have to remember that Romney gets alot of press because he is anti-Trump. Every little thing he says is magnified by the lamestream. He is trying desperately to stay relevant and the media is trying desperately to discredit Trump, so they help each other. If Romney was just the average anti-Trump dip wad from who knows where, we wouldn’t know anything about him.

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        • Carson Napier says:

          Cheer up. It could be worse. Francis could be LDS. Just think how so many Catholics must feel about him.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Carson – IKR? What is the name of that Bishop or Cardinal that is really tearing it up right now? He is supposedly the anti-Francis and members love him. I wonder what the options are within the Catholic church for getting a radical pope to leave? Francis doesn’t seem to be too popular.

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        • leftnomore says:

          Your state had a decent R alternative to Scumney and chose poorly. The LDS organization doesn’t have the will, courage or conscience to repudiate these idiots, esp Reid. Why is that? I’m not casting any doubt on your faith walk but your leaders need reevaluating. If they can’t call out their own, they are not leading. I would say the same for any Christian organization, not just LDS or Catholic. I think they become too cushy with politicians and the resources they bring in.

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          • meow4me2 says:

            Leftnomore, it’s now part of the world we live in. You can’t call people out particularly in regards to religious principles. Our society is nonjudgmental, to do otherwise would be, shudder, too Victorian!

            Meanwhile, we drift further away from what was once common moral standards. In fact, now the left is using Victorian tactics of shame and public shunning against people doing their jobs or following their religious faith. Kirsten Nielsen shouldn’t be able to get a job and needs to eat takeout alone over her sink. That poor Christian baker in Colorado is constantly harassed by leftists spoiling to sue him.

            We need to rise up and fight the culture wars, play for keeps.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            I have no idea what goes on in the minds of those who voted for Willard, other than to say that sheep like to follow one another. Also, Willard skirted the normal caucus election rules by taking advantage of a new option to get himself on the ballot thru obtaining signatures even though he lost at the convention to Dr. Kennedy. It was very frustrating. Those delegates at the convention who actually knew and studied the issues and knew Willard for what he was did not pick him. Once the election went to the general public, name recognition and religious affiliation took over. Kinda like a Kennedy being elected in Massachusetts, no matter what kind of drug addled sexual predator they are. Same reason for the good folks in South Carolina re-electing Mitch over and over again. The hierarchy in the LDS Church make it a point never to support a political candidate publicly. It honestly has more to do with the rank and file not knowing any better. Hope that answers your questions somewhat.

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      • oldumb says:

        Years ago I worked with several Mormon young men. I found them good-natured, honest, hard-working and well informed. I don’t think of Mittens when I think of Mormons, I think of those young men. Also I lived around cadmen plaza in Brooklyn, there was an office there that many Mormons were at very nice and encouraging people. Yep – screw mittens.

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        • WES says:

          Old: In the 1970s I worked with Mormans in Pocatello Idaho and they were fine folks.

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        • listingstarboard says:

          My observation on Mormons is the “elite” at the top, like Romney and Flake whose grandfathers were founding members are very different than the loyal following–the ones who loyally tithe and follow the rules. Mormon Church is filthy rich, someone should follow the money.

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          • oldumb says:

            Right, I understand and feel the same as you do, but I don’t count them as Mormons, they are 1st politicians. But point taken.

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      • Republicanvet91 says:

        I live a couple miles from Mormons, with many more in the area. I never had a problem with them the few times I ever had any dealings with them, but even those dealings have been few and far between. Certainly trips to some areas in Utah have been interesting.
        My wife and I were invited to supper one night, and everything was fine. After supper, they wanted to talk with us about their religion. We declined, and the remainder of the evening was short. They have been somewhat stand-offish since, not to the point of being snobs, but seemed to take interest in our daughter. Every interaction she had with them was fine, as long as they remembered who her parents were, and they did.
        The couple personally knew the Romney’s, but to what extent, I don’t know.
        My belief in religion was formed long ago in the Army. Don’t talk about my religion and I won’t talk bad about yours. I also don’t care if your religion means you bark at the moon, just don’t push it on me. Expressions of religion are fine, just don’t preach.

        This is a long way of saying that I thought Romney was a good man once, but his politics have been very eye-opening.

        His earlier sniping at POTUS was politics. No problem, Trump can take a hit. Romney’s latest is shocking, and tells me he is nothing but a hypocrite in both his politics and his religion. If he is calling out any behavior by POTUS because it irritates his religious sensitivities, where has he been in calling out the bad behavior of the other side that has been going on for many years?
        A bad word leaked by an insider that may not even be factual? How much has to be exposed to Romney before he finally starts to question what is being reported?

        How much damage does our country have to suffer while Romney meekly stands by because he has some delusion about fighting back being ungentlemanly? Would Romney stand by while his family was targeted for daily attacks for over 2 years?

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    • Carson Napier says:

      Romney is so holier-than-thou, he should start his own church.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Romney lost any credibility with him throwing in the towel on his Presidential run. After the first debate, his masters said Oh, crap – Obama is a smooth talking moron. Mitt y’all going to have to go full retard pronto.

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  5. freepetta says:

    Unbelievable! The Mueller report sounds like mostly BS!!

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  6. dudedont says:

    So many people are stupid.

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  7. BarneyRubble says:

    Dirty neocon Ben Shapiro was a central asset in the FBI counter-intelligence operation to sideline Corey and plant Manafort, the FBI mole used to “dirty up” the Trump campaign. Never Again! America’s enemies will pay for their sedition.

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    • digleigh says:

      Interesting….I wonder if Shapiro had any convo.s with Chalupa??(Ukraine connection, Dem activist, Soros, rode with Brett Kimberlin ( felon speedway bomber) to find dirt on Tillerson) or Benny Polotak(sp.?)Reagan Battalion funded by the Dems?) I seem to remember some connection… Also, so many members of the Atlantic Council (Chalupa, Alperovitch(Crowd strike guy who got 100 million from Eric Schmidt of Google to “get Hillary elected campaign per Cheryl Mills emails and make the attribution method only analysis of Russian hack…), Melanne Verveer (Georgetown fixer also with Ukraine connections..), Either Brennan or Clapper…. Chalupa had been investigating Manafort long before CI on Trump and influenced all of this and possibly with Ukraines wrote the dossier!! She told Dem buddies , if he hired Manafort, means he is colluding with Russians….. So, maybe they made sure he was hired?Though , they could have been involved to make sure Manafort (Ukraine activities) would be hired, and his activities were used to dirty up Trump!!! Interesting!!

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  8. madeline says:

    Michael Caputo had some interesting information on his page in the Mueller report regarding a spy sent to talk to him. The Spy turned out to be with the FBI — watch around 43:00

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  9. Flat out saying POTUS never asked him to fire Mueller….. probably talked about it. So the hell what?

    Also, question about POTUS giving him a note to tell Sessions to say that Russian interference did not impact the outcome of the election. CL dodged a bit but what is that supposed to even mean? Sounds like that is exactly what Rosey said publicly many times.

    Again, I’ve said it before…. the fact that Weisman actually took seriously the joke comment about “Hey Russia, if you have Hillary’s missing emails….” yada yada tells me that the special counsel was entirely a political hit. That comment was especially funny in the context it was given. It evolved to “Trump asked Russia to hack”, a spin that the MSM didn’t even come with…. that was a spin from the Weisman/Strzk small group of hacks…. they had to plant that.

    I’m pissed. If we can’t have free, honest, fair elections without these asshat elitist bureaucrats selecting their preferred candidates and framing narratives, violating civil liberties, etc then why the hell support this government in any way shape or form? Taxes, service of any kind? What’s the point?

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    • ALEX says:

      I was never a fan of the President dropping executive privledge and allowing these rats to spin what should be the privileged inner discussions and workings of his administration. It appears to be bait to retry this in Congress all over again and it’s dirty….

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      • The Corruptocrats will try, investigate and impeach until they get the result they desire. Who cares about facts?
        By the way, when you look at the Mueller SC team, there were 19 angry Democrat lawyers, 40 FBI agents, 235 Congressmen (give or take a few), 47 Senators (give or take a few)—no wonder there were so many people spewing bits and pieces from the report before the report was written (including some creative writing or speaking about classified info).
        The FBI needs a new logo because there is no Fidelity (except to Socialist/Communist teachings), Integrity (don’t make me or any other sane, reasonable person laugh) or Bravery (actually it takes a coward to be so underhanded and sneaky). Now FIB might work. That would be Falsehoods, Insidiousness, Betrayers.

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    • Logger says:

      littleredmachine, Weissman might or might not have come up with that angle – that the joke was a real request. I remember laughing at Trump’s joke, then moments later reading a liberal friend’s post exclaiming, “OMG! Trump just asked Russia ‘to hack’ Hillary’s emails!” I remember that because that’s when I stopped associating with her. I know that sounds harsh, but she had been on a tear for months, getting more and more extreme, and she was “reeeeeee’ing” over a joke, for Pete’s sake. So … I think Weissman plucked that little lie from the liberal social media sewer.

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    • Rock Knutne says:

      littleredmachine ~

      Weismann didn’t take President Trump’s comment about the emails and Russia looking for them seriously. Nobody on the left did.

      They pretended they took it seriously so they could use it against him.

      Anyone that heard him say it, chuckled when they heard it. Obvious, to even the simplest of minds.

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  10. Beigun says:

    Ode to Barr Bear

    There was a Sleepin’ Possum
    Layin’ Low by the Creek
    We thought he was in sly slumber
    But he only showed defeat!

    Now up come a Barr Bear
    To right what had been wrong
    That big Ole’ Bear pawed Rosey
    And made him change his song!

    Now Hillary started a Shaken’
    And Obama, his eyes got wide!
    ‘Cuz that big Ole’ Barr Bear
    Had their Ass for Skinnen Time!

    Sent from my iPad

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  11. ALEX says:

    Something is off with all of this Mueller Dossier. It’s obvious Part II was editorializing to conform to an outline similar to that Sundance has been laying out for over a month.

    My money is McGahn has gone full Mr. Kelly Anne Conway and has possible immunity. He’s a full on leaker and seems to have a BIGLY grudge against our President. There’s just to much inside knowledge being spun negatively on this report that fits a pre-determined script.

    Just a hunch McGahn being a witness in hearings ahead.

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  12. Larry says:

    For me, after of this, there is no one BUT Trump We owe him 6 years without a cloud over him.
    The others? I despise them.

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  13. NJF says:

    I hate to
    Think McGan was bad dude as
    POTUS would say.

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  14. joeknuckles says:

    While the Russians were supposedly attacking our election, Obama chose to exploit it to his advantage by framing Trump. Instead of using the intelligence agencies to stop Russia, he used them to aid and abet Russia while framing Trump. This fits so well with Obama’s pattern of never letting a crisis go to waste.

    Obama never solved a single problem. All he did was make them worse and exploit them.

    Here’s an interesting story kind of along these lines.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/04/plot-twist-cnn-contributor-blames-obama-susan-rice-for-russian-meddling-because-obama-wanted-putin-deal/

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  15. Kent says:

    What a lousy interviewer…he wasn’t listening…he was waiting and impatiently so, to talk…to say what HE wanted the ‘interview’ to touch on…

    Whatever his name is I wish to see no more of him.

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    • Eddie Haskell Henry is a vacuous dweeb.
      Can’t think for himself.
      Can’t keep up with what Corey was saying.
      Can’t even figure how to interject his headset-directives.

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      • COlibertybelle says:

        Fox knocked little Eddie off the air for awhile a couple of years ago for scandal surrounding his marital indiscretions. But of course, in line with the sleazy Fox organization, he was “forgiven” about a year or so ago and he’s back on as a regular. Disgusting – almost as bad as Shep what’s-his-name.

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  16. livefreeordieguy says:

    We know Corey well around here… He’s a tough kid from Lowell, Mass who had the good sense to move out of the Moonbat state and come to Windham, NH… He has more than a little PDJT in him — just a little smoother and a tad more political… Corey is tough, resilient and loyal… Not blindly loyal, but also not the kind who cuts-and-runs at the first sign of trouble. The president is fortunate to have a loyal friend like Corey on the ‘outside’ as a surrogate. And VP Pence and other GOP politicians are lucky to have him too.

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  17. JL says:

    Without a doubt, the entire SC investigation and everything that preceded it was an absolute farce. It was a direct threat to our Republic. Corey is an absolute fighter and I respect that.

    That being said. This is not the time to give evasive answers. Nothing that President Trump said or did is anything even approaching Obstruction of Justice. Answering questions with unclear or evasive statements makes it seem like there’s something to hide. Just an honest yes or no would have been clear and concise. If President Trump gave an order on a piece of paper to give to Sessions, just say yes, if he didn’t, just say no.

    A President exercising an absolute power granted by the Constitution is not and never will be Obstruction of Justice.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I totally agree with you. I actually go a step further and want everyone to just stop answering all questions. The investigation is done.

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  18. curator55 says:

    Corey’s a pitbull with human intelligence. The harder the fight becomes, the tougher he gets.

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  19. Gary Lacey says:

    Yep Trump lied, now we have to prove it and Ed’s our guy……well, Ed tried and came up empty…..Lewandoski denied the report.
    Ed should have asked Brooks…..now that’s the ticket.

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  20. covfefe999 says:

    I like Corey but he and others need to refuse to answer questions about what they said and did, because if they answer and don’t keep things 100% straight or don’t word things 100% perfectly the Dems will turn it into “news”. The investigation is done. No need to rehash.

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