Bongino and Rivera React to News of Mueller Agreement to Testify…

Fox News contributor Dan Bongino and Fox News correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera respond to the latest news that Robert Mueller has agreed to testify to the House Intelligence and Judiciary committees on Wednesday, July 17th.

[Toward the end of the panel segment Mr. Bongino has some additional insight into the Michael Flynn situation]

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163 Responses to Bongino and Rivera React to News of Mueller Agreement to Testify…

    • JPinBalt says:

      The real thing is if Mueller is asked questions on Russian hacking verification on basis of Crowdstrike paid for by DNC and Clinton campaign via Perkins Coie, same which paid for Steele pissgate dossier via Fusion GPS. FBI did not examine servers. There is no evidence beyond Croudstrike DNC paid for propaganda and Brennan false political narrative.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        If Mueller is asked that question…

        Will he respond that he
        “cannot comment as it’s a matter under review by the NEW Special Counsel’s office”?

        Let’s hope he does…..
        This hearing could be epic…….The Wonderful World of Dopey.

        Questions he answers.
        Question he WON’T answer.
        Questions he WON’T answer but should be able to.
        Questions he CAN”T answer.
        Questions he CAN’T answer but should be able to.
        Questions he has NO answers to at all…..

        Pre-Game Show:
        Trump should step forward and say specifically he is NOT asserting EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE in this case.
        Barr should step forward and clear him to talk about everything but the 4 areas of the redactions previously referenced but is clear to answer any questions regarding the investigative decisions made and steps taken.

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        • Good points. However: I think Scott Adams’ ‘Two Movies’ description is apt. From one side’s pov it doesn’t really matter what the other side is saying (most of the time, unless something truly narrative-shattering somehow makes it to the fore). So even if the R’s land some solid body blows during questioning, it won’t make much difference (also, the R’s do a poor job of landing blows because they are never willing to play the outrage card like the D’s, and without emotion, just scoring logical or legal points makes no dent on their opponents’ view).

          So both sides are going to be playing to their own bases (movies). The right-leaning will find more and compelling evidence that the entire Mueller business was a soft coup attempt; the D’s will find compelling evidence that Team Trump not only actively sought out dirt from foreign operatives in Russia and elsewhere, but also obstructed justice during the fully justified investigations which followed. So they will use this hearing to provide impeachment justification.

          Then the Democrat House will impeach.
          Then the Republican Senate will block or vote down.

          At which point both sides have a good position going into the election:
          The D’s can appeal for a victory as the only way either to turf Trump out by electing a D President, and/or if Trump wins, with a House and Senate on their side, they will be able to impeach him finally already.

          The R’s can say that we have to keep Team Trump in place AND win back the House in order to prevent the end of the Republic now under siege from increasingly extremist leftist overthrow tactics, and also to prevent further impeachment proceedings.

          It’s a satisfying, anxiety-filled, mutually antagonist scenario.
          Classic ‘divide-and-conquer’ approach by TPTB, aka ‘them.’
          You know, the ones who are still really running things.
          The ones who will ensure that our ME policies remain essentially unchanged;
          That the military will still consume over a trillion a year with bases all over the planet.
          That the Federal Reserve will still rule the monetary and credit-debit roost.
          That the Deep State remains in the saddle.
          That we live in a Democracy-in-name-only, and almost also a Republic-in-name-only.
          The Clintons and the Obamas will remain untouched.
          The FBI and CIA will remain untouched.
          The 9/11 narrative will remain untouched (i.e. no involvemen, tacit or otherwise, from AIPAC-related actors or USG agencies etc.)

          And so on.

          Yes, Barr is tough; Yes, Durham is tough. But I bet that only low-hanging fruit gets nabbed, functionaries, like Comey and McCabe, maybe Loretta Lynch (probably not), maybe Clapper and Brennan (the latter should definitely hang), but nobody higher. None of the banksters and real ‘them’ players.

          So this is going to play fine to each of the two movie crowds.
          And nothing more.

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          • Chip Doctor says:

            Ok Lindsay…..you think it will go badly for the Dems? Great…..that must mean you want it to go well for the Republicans? Why don’t you subpoena him to come in front of your committee? Traitor.

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            • Bob Parker says:

              Agreed 100% CD,

              Gramnesty has to relieve himself or get off of the pot.

              Words & facetime on TV only goes so far.

              ACTION IS NOW REQUIRED SENATOR!!

              And note to Hannity- At what point in time to you challenge Gramnesty as to why Gramnesty’s committe is doing NOTHING??

              TICK TOCK Sean.
              You are now on the clock to get Graham off of his RINO ass
              And the sooner you do it the better!!

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              • Actually, if you heard Hannity talking to Graham you’d have heard him asking, and Jay Sekulow, saying that he is being HAMMERED by people for that very thing. Lindsay said he ‘hopes’ …..

                Sean cannot hammer him too hard or Lindsay will be as much of a no show as most of the RINOs are. Meadows, Nunes and Jordan are the reliable trio with some other stellar showing up less frequently because they are DOING something…

                The lack of concern about the border crisis would absolutely decimate the Republicans if Trump were not doing more than his part showing the all out WISH for open borders for the dems.

                What President Trump is waiting for is what John Marini referred to on June 9th with Mark Levin on Life, Liberty and Levin on FOX. Marini just wrote “Unmasking the Administrative State” and with Sean he not only lays out how we GOT here..but what it will take to get us out of it and he emphasized the “US” not Trump or any one person.

                It IS up to us.

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            Agree to an extent.
            But so far that hasn’t happened since the Dems took over the House investigations…

            They have been an unmitigated disaster….
            Cohen…
            John Dean….
            Schiff’s FBI/Andy McCarthy hearings…

            The Dems notes have ALREADY been played to the hilt
            Collusion in plain site
            Obstruction..
            From Mueller they will simply get more of the same.

            The R’s if (big IF) done properly could range from just making Mueller look like an idiot to making him look like a fraud.
            And with some really pithy sound-bite worthy one-shots.
            Their notes have not gotten play in most circles (MSM) at all and now they’ll get their shot.

            Barr is tough and Durham is tough….and they both may end up with some useful under oath (whatever that’s worth) testimony to work with as well.

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            • Pedro Morales says:

              Mueller did not deliver on his report. Mueller did not deliver in his press conference. Mueller will have to deliver this time. No way the Dems call him to testify unless everything has been choreographed. Norm Eisen and lawfare will make sure of it. However, Bill Barr was able to shut Mueller down on 2 previous occassions-report and press conference. Some day I would like to know what Barr had on Rosey and Mueller that forced them to stand down and change the Mueller Report. Its clear they were determined to take down POTUS until Barr got involved. Whatever Barr had on Mueller, he still holds it now. I think Nadler and Schiff will change the rules and restrict questions from the Republicans. They will simply rule all of the Republicans questions as “out of order” and not allow anything that questions Mueller or his team. It will be a Kangaroo Court and the media will help protect the Dems. Sorry, but I am not as confident as some of you. Something is in the air and it smells.

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              • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                No way the Dems call him to testify unless everything has been choreographed

                Leaked video of The Dems choreography so far.
                Not sure if its Nadler without his glasses or Schiff before he puts his TV makeup on.

                Great post Pedro!
                Maybe Barr had Rosey and Mueller “wire” recording from the “Big Interview” in the White House.

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              • Blister Bill says:

                Yeah, something’s been in the air for the last 2 and a half years. A massive conspiracy of treason.

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              • G. Alistar says:

                Yep to all except don’t forget how TDS makes them “non comes mentis”. Schiff and Nadler are just not thinking right. Cutting off any Republicans will be seen by all but the hard core left as outrageous. It’s a lose/lose for the dems. I suspect they will find a way for Mueller to not show up. Doubtful Mueller wants to testify by wants to pay lawyer expenses fighting a subpoena even MORE….

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        • toetagger says:

          Questions he can’t remember the answer to, but can be found when his book is published.

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      • Smack says:

        “Attorney Mueller, were any members of your special counsel team ever removed for bias or conflict of interest?”
        –Peter Strzock–

        “Attorney Mueller, when was Mr. Strzok removed from your special counsel team?”
        –July 2017 (at least, according to McCabe)

        “Attorney Mueller, when did your office accept General Flynn’s guilty plea?”
        –December 2017–

        “Attorney Mueller, did anyone on your special counsel team inform General Flynn or his defense counsel that a witness against him had been removed for bias before accepting the plea deal?”

        “Attorney Mueller, who made the decision to not inform General Flynn or his counsel that a witness against him had been dismissed for bias?”

        “Attorney Mueller, was there any other exculpatory evidence that your special counsel team refused and/or failed to turn over to General Flynn, George Papadopolous, Paul Manafort, Rick Gates, Richard Pinedo, Alex van der Zwaan, Konstantin Kilimnik, Michael Cohen or Roger Stone?”

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      • As a man thinkth says:

        The real politicai crimes and treasonious acts were committed while
        MUELLER was director of FBI…and Holder was AG…Comey, Yates and the rest of the “Small Group” were simply acting as “rear guard” by the book….When PDJT fired Yates and Comey….McCabe and Rosey were directed to call in Mueller and Lawfare “goon squad” to protect and destroy all incriminating files…and take Trump out…

        Sundance has laid out the timeline for the Rosey/Mueller White House
        Visit…the misplaced cellphone…and the appointment as Special Council….all within 24 hours…accomplished by the guy that wanted to wear a wire?

        Barr knows everything…all the facts, all the actors Mueller knows Barr
        has the goods…but the Dems/deep state are kamikaze crazy…they really want to get Wiessmann on record…get Wiesmann live on CNN…In order to get Wiesmann the Dems have to first work through Mueller and , by the way. bring the key members of your STAFF. This appearance before congress will give Wiesmann credibility and standing …for future “PRIME TIME” interviews on MSM.

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  1. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Bob’s going to come down with a case of the “brown bottle flu” on July 17th, consider it a “medical emergency” and never show up to testify ever.

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    • Blister Bill says:

      Bob’s not going there for a grilling, he’s going there to drop a moab. Something so sensational, the repubs won’t even get a chance for questioning. The media will go to defcon 1.

      BLOAT

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        MOAB’s are made of metal, electronics and explosive material.

        MANURE is made of whatever you most recently ate.

        Bob ain’t got either left in his arsenal.
        He doesn’t even want to be there.

        It’s ALL “OBSTRUCTION” ALL THE TIME.
        Any NEW MOAB he would attempt to drop THAT HE DIDN’T PUT IN HIS REPORT would demonstrate EXPLICITLY:
        1) He didn’t complete his job and
        2) He lied to the AG and is
        3) Obstructing BARR’s ongoing investigation by witholding his new info

        Unless he wants to accuse the AG of obstruction too…and then it’s
        Johnny Get Your Gun.

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        • Yippeekiyay says:

          I think you are exactly right, KVS. He will try to weasel his way through it. Same old, same old!

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          • Pedro Morales says:

            Some how some where, this whole coup was thwarted around the time Barr showed up. This explains why the Dems, Lawfare, and the MSM had a complete meltdown after the Barr press conference. They were all told (by Weissman) that the report would contain an indictment/impeachment recommendation. Weissman wrote the report, Mueller signed it, and then Barr made Rose and Mueller change the conclusion. Barr held his press conference and made Rod stand in the background with a stunned look on his face. Barr has something in his back pocket. Weissman realized something happened and his conclusion was changed. He writes the letter to Barr complaining about the Barr summary and Mueller signs it. Weissman forces Mueller to hold the presser. But Barr forces Mueller to stand down and get off the stage quick. The Dems, MSM, Lawfare and Weissman are furious. They force Mueller to testify to Congress. The ball is back in Barr’s court. Mueller is a pinata being whacked around by both sides. they both have something on him, but Barr seems to have something really big. It would have been so easy to recommend impeachment in the Mueller report or in the presser. Each time Muller flinched. Rosey flinched. They went 2 years and then backed out at the 11th hour. Why? It was so easy and they backed out. Ken Starr did not back down or cite DOJ guidelines. The Dems, Weissman, and Lawfare got out manuevered. What does Mueller do? Can he come out and say — “Yes, the POTUS should face impeachment”. This is what they want. This is what they need. I have a bad feeling about this and what Mueller will say.

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            • You are not the only one with a bad feeling.

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            • MR52 says:

              It is going to be interesting. I say watch out for incoming. Keep an eye out for SDNY DOJ and Schumar and Clinton. Look for media press releases before the hearing to set the stage. I just hope Barr can deflate any balloon they fly before hand. Maybe we are missing something. They are going a different tack and this is the start?

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        • Blister Bill says:

          It’s a given that he’ll throw barr under the bus. It’s either that or hang for high treason.
          This is not hard to figure out. I know you’re new at this…

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            Forgot I was in the presence of omniscience

            Got them powerball numbers for me yet?

            “Throwing Barr under the bus” will DEFINITELY help him evade the hangman’s noose.

            Wait……isn’t it Barr’s noose?

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            • Blister Bill says:

              It’s no one’s noose at this point. But they can’t take the chance that PDJT will get his footing and appoint a special counsel, etc. The stakes(lives, power, money) involved is way too big to risk on the role of the dice. Wearing a wire, 25th amendment, spying, mueller….how many coup attempts do they need to carry out before you people will realize they’re not going to stop? #Saynotooxy.

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              • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                PDJT will get his footing and appoint a special counsel,

                28 CFR 600 GENERAL POWERS OF A SPECIAL COUNSEL

                § 600.1 Grounds for appointing a Special Counsel.
                The Attorney General, or in cases in which the Attorney General is recused, the Acting Attorney General, will appoint a Special Counsel when he or she determines that criminal investigation of a person or matter is warranted and –
                (a) That investigation or prosecution of that person or matter by a United States Attorney’s Office or litigating Division of the Department of Justice would present a conflict of interest for the Department or other extraordinary circumstances; and

                1) Durham is a special counsel for all intents and purposes–a US Attorney assigned a specific investigation. Barr clearly thinks the “conflict of interest” standard hasn’t been meant so he’s not officially called that.

                2) IF PDJT “appoints a Special Counsel” he will NOT BE a Special Counsel.
                He will be something else.

                We don’t have a name for it in this country….YET.

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                • Blister Bill says:

                  PDJT is the executive branch—>see Constitution of the U.S… What are you rambling on about DOJ ‘rules’ etc? The POTUS is the top AG, the commander in chief, the chief executive, the big Kahuna. That’s his DOJ. He makes the rules

                  Staggers the imagination. Get help.

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                • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                  Well hell…….if he IS the executive branch.
                  Why not just fire ALL the heads of ALL the departments and run ’em ALL out of the Oval?
                  Hell move that shit back to Trump Tower or Mar-a-Lago

                  Hey dum dum……where do you think that Department of Justice came from?

                  Same guys that would IMPEACH him-toots sweet-for “goin’ FULL Blister” by “making up his own rules”

                  You should DEFINITELY run for President,Senator Palpatine .you could have….
                  “UNLIMITED POOOOOWER!!!”
                  Hell…I might even vote for you.
                  (If your troops don’t frag you first)

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      • redthunder238 says:

        People actually think Mueller is holding something back? lol

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    • Julian says:

      For this hearing to be worthwhile AG Barr must be sat there next to Bob as his ‘Lawyer’

      Any time Bob says “Er, I can’t answer that it’s classified” – AG Barr can advise – “No – go right ahead Bob – its declassified”

      Even if AG Barr can’t be Bob’s DOJ lawyer because his old buddy Bob has left the DOJ then one of the Republican committee members must invite AG Barr to sit in and advise Bob that whatever he doesn’t want to answer is now declassified – so “GO RIGHT AHEAD BOB”.

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      • snellvillebob says:

        Are you hinting that Mueller will answer say every question from a Conservative as Classified? Now, do you really think these three totally honest public servants would conspire to do such a thing? You betcha!

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      • rayvandune says:

        “Any time Bob says “Er, I can’t answer that it’s classified” – AG Barr can advise – “No – go right ahead Bob – its declassified… as of right effing now!!”

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      • rayvandune says:

        “Any time Bob says “Er, I can’t answer that it’s classified” – AG Barr can advise – “No – go right ahead Bob – its declassified… as of right effing now!!”

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    • Hillaryisguilty says:

      Robert Mueller and James Comey are sitting in a seedy tavern, drinking heavily.
      Mueller sniffs, looks at Comey, and says: “Hey, Jimmy, did you just have a large bowel movement or something?”
      Comey regains consciousness, blinks a couple of times, and replies: “Why yes, Bob. As a matter of fact, I did.”
      Mueller shakes his head in disgust, turns to Comey again, and says: “Jimmy, why don’t you go to the men’s room and clean yourself up? You’re beginning to stink up the place.”
      Comey hesitates for a moment, then slurs: “I would, but I ain’t finished yet.”

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  2. Ready Steady Go says:

    Hannity is clueless

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    • Joe says:

      Impossible to listen to he has a reel in his head that he incessantly repeats

      Liked by 10 people

    • donna kovacevic says:

      I loved when Jay Sekulow was on the phone with Hannity and Jay told him to hold on a couple of times so he could speak. Hannity goes over the same crap with every person he is interviewing. Shut the hell up Hannity or no one will want to come on and listen to your same old same old long repeating lines. Sundance I listened to Bongino’s podcast today and he gave the CTH credit at least three times for the M. Flynn story. I was so happy to hear him say that.

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      • Kitty-Kat says:

        Shut up Sean I said out loud at least twenty times as I watched the video

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      • 813.52Ran says:

        I can only conclude that Hannity is a vain, insecure airhead. I am starting to question the motivation and credibility of his regular guests. Seems all one has to do is tell Sean how wonderfully smart he is to get national media facetime on his program. Sara Carter and Pam Bondi especially are over the top. “Sean, you knew it all along. Why, yes . . . yes you were over the target. Same time tomorrow?”

        Jay Sekulow is the only one I’ve seen who doesn’t need/want to suffer this fool gladly.

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        • Mark Hudson says:

          Don’t ever forget his martial arts training or being a “sharpshooter” since birth!

          Liked by 3 people

        • Peppurr says:

          He’s definitely on a power trip. You can actually see the disappointment on the faces of his guests when they’re cut off.

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          • G. Alistar says:

            Yep, and Hannity also has almost 4 million listeners every night and has led the Nielson rating as #1 for 66 quarters in a row. (Forbes). Since O’Riley fell from grace, no one can touch him. Just sayin’. My biggest pet peeve, Sean please ask the question and shut the f up….let your guests share their ideas.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      But hey…..he’s OVER THE TARGET

      EVERY ONE of his guests say so.

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    • We the people know says:

      “The dossier was Russian disinformation.” Hannity

      He says this at every opportunity…when we know:
      The dossier was Hillary Clinton disinformation.
      The dossier was DNC disinformation
      The dossier was Perkiins Coie disinformation
      The dossier was Sidney Blumenthal disinformation
      The dossier was State Dept disinformation
      The dossier was FBI disinformation
      The dossier was CIA disinformation
      It was sold/promoted by John McCain, Harry Reid, NYT, Washington Post, etc.

      Why does Hannity keep calling Russian when it was Made in America, sold to Americans and designed to take down an American presidential candidate and elected American president?
      This was an inside job and whenever Hannity says “Russian disinformation” he might as well be Hillary Clinton..
      It also wasn’t a hoax. It was a plot. If we can’t properly identify the plotters or we keep pointing in the wrong direction we will accomplish nothing.

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      • Judith says:

        You’re describing the UNiparty @WTP. You see, effective lying requires a grain of truth in the mix. The Enemedia goes a step further, hammering in their lies with repetitive, across-the-board broadcasts, until they are accepted as fact.

        FOX “news” always dances around the truth. Nobody ever gets to the heart of the matter. Nobody on alphabet media will “hammer home” the point that spying commenced years before, as political blackmail, and that this fake, DNC-funded dossier presented to the FISA court to prevent the peaceful transition of power, was a “hail Mary” coverup for their earlier spying. That *truth* will never be the alphabet media’s industry-wide, 4am talking point.

        Neither will these NPC “reporters” ever think to question how that “Russia investigation” ever got off the ground, a most serious undertaking to vilify and impede our duly-elected President, without government officials ever examining their infamously “hacked” DNC server. Eyes wide shut.

        We know that evidence confirms the “hacked” info was in fact a “download” onto a flash drive, meaning the “Russian” aka Seth Rich (?) had to be physically inside the DNC’s headquarters using their computer.

        No, these critical points are never hammered home on FAUX news. Round and round we go. I am really getting tired of it all. Even their so-called guests will never drive home these salient points. Yakety yak.

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        • Hillaryisguilty says:

          Article in Gateway Pundit says MOAB coming, maybe tonite, according to Hannity. I get tired of the “tick tocks” and “days of reckoning” Hannity promises. Looks like Lucy’s holding the football again……
          I like watching the Hannity show if I’m able to catch it where I work. On one hand, I think Hannity means well; on the flip side he reminds me of a used car salesman.
          Don’t have cable tv at home. I don’t need the expense.
          You mentioned the UniParty. In 1933 Franklin Roosevelt wrote a letter to a Colonel Edwin House implying that both parties were basically the same. He mentioned a “shadow government” that really ran the government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson’s administration.
          Spooky.

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          • Tl Howard says:

            It would be sweet, though, wouldn’t it, if a MOAB came tonight and blew up that Dem debate? Let’s say America heard the news before the debate began yet not one “journalist” asked one candidate anything about it tonight.

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            • Hillaryisguilty says:

              Yes. It would be great if a MOAB dropped tonite. It could happen. When McCabe was fired from the FBI, that was a MOAB dropped by Fox. But if I remember correctly, Laura Ingraham broke the news. Right after the Hannity show.
              Burning question, Treepers. Why does one of my cats feel that it’s necessary to walk on my keyboard when I’m trying to type? I did feed her and the others this morning…

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          • Sammy Hains says:

            I hate this “I know stuff but I’m not telling” from Hannity.
            That isn’t journalism.

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            • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

              He isn’t a journalist. He will tell you that, and has done so many times.

              He is a pundit, an opinion guy.

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    • kiswa15 says:

      Interesting that Judge Berman released last week transcripts of phone calls between Manafort and Hannity.
      Manafort was under house arrest and a gag order and Sean Hannity is calling him.
      Manafort is telling him Jared Kushner and Don jr. are going to be indicted….imminently.
      None of it was true. It was all BS.
      Hannity never questioned motives or the fact that your source has been professionally manipulating the media for decades.
      Hannity is a doofus.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        It very likely that Mueller and Weissmann were telling Manafort this, to try to get him to compose. They were telling him, “we’ve already got them nailed, so you might as well tell us some good stuff to save yourself.”

        See, it’s a crime to lie to them, but it’s not a crime for them to lie.

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    • redthunder238 says:

      I’m not even sure he’s a Trump supporter. I think he’s a fraud to be honest, just a distraction.

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      • swissik says:

        It is gratifying to me personally to hear so many voices of the exalted Tree House audience questioning Hannity’s integrity and such. I dropped his radio show years ago because I realized early what a blowhard he is. I only hear about his various TV blunders due to what I read here or some of the other on line sources.

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        • Mr e-man says:

          Yet Hannity is probably the most influential Trump supporter out there. He has to repeat because people don’t watch his show every day. He is trying to reach more people and reinforce the narrative that the MSM is ignoring. That requires repetition. He is doing a great service to our country and for President Trump. Yet Trump supporters “hate” him. They should really reevaluate their own thinking on Hannity if they are true Trump supporters.

          I fully appreciate the effort Hannity is making. He is having a major impact and without him, this investigation into the deep state would be run by Lindsay Graham going nowhere.

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          • donna kovacevic says:

            With all due respect Hannity is repeating the same thing many times on the same show that same night, that is too much, Before each guest he goes on and on and that leaves very little time for the guest to answer, and most of the time after his story there is no time for the guest to answer the question or their view, Hannity then says we are out of time, great conversation. Huh yes his with himself. I pay extra to watch Fox especially Tucker, Hannity and Laura and he is getting annoying. Sorry for that, and by the way (Hannity’s words) I love and respect PDJT and am not even American. Just a suggestion to Hannity, perhaps choose some other words instead of “by the way” constantly. Sorry for my rant.

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        • redthunder238 says:

          I always thought he was weak at debating but now I’m not even sure he’s on our side. I’ve heard about an “Avalanche” about 60 times now. He seems to cling to the obvious distractions.

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  3. JohnCarlson says:

    Contrary to what some of Robert Mueller’s very few deplorable detractors say, he drinks only in moderation. He never has more than one drink at a time. Well sometimes one for each hand, but that’s it, never two glasses in each hand, except on special occasions like the arrival of 4PM.

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  4. Tiffthis says:

    I hope every republican asks the same 2 questions: when Mueller know the investigation was over? and does his report conclude that Trump didn’t collude with Russians? Make him repeat those answers over and over on TV.

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  5. Reloader says:

    And I’m sure this event will not cause the principles to also come down with that illness … oh, what’s it called again? The one from … uh, Arkankas, Yeah Arkansas, that’s it. What is it that they call that malady? Seems that when contracted it’s usually quite serious, too. Difficult to recover from …

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  6. AZ18 says:

    Well, color me surprised….Bongino stated Flynn was under a FISA warrant. Thinking Dan must follow SD’s research and analysis.

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  7. Jan says:

    I thought particularly interesting was Bongino’s point: When Mueller learns of the Strzok texts, he double-downs, arrests Papaopoulos at Dulles and raids Manafort’s home and office. [And then Rosenstein had to modify Mueller’s authorization memo on 8/2/2017].

    Mueller was hoping to get Manafort and/or Papa-D to turn on the President, thus prolonging the conspiracy with Russia hoax while digging up obstruction angle. Then he writes up a report that says “Congress, go get the President because he didn’t do anything except defend his innocence.”

    Yep, hoping Mueller finally destroys any “legacy” he has left on July 17. WAPOS!!

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    • Will he have a Barr-appointed DOJ lawyer beside him stating that he can answer the question? Declassification of SD’s list at the beginning of the hearing would be a great Trump move.
      Imagine the majority’s rage-quit (just learned that term) of the hearing when the first R question asks about why the 2nd and 3rd scope memos were written.
      One can dream…

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      • Julian says:

        Why not AG Barr himself sitting there advising Bob that he can answer any and every question because it is now DECLASSIFIED.

        DECLASSIFIED on the spot by Barr if needs be.

        “It’s alright Bob – GO RIGHT AHEAD AND ANSWER THAT ONE – I’ve just DECLASSIFIED they right now.”

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    • Dutchman says:

      Mueller did ONE other thing, when I.G. advised him of page/stroxz texts; he hadfired them, from his team and hsd their phones ‘wiped’.

      So, while conducting an investigation on Obstruction, he ENGAGED in Obstruction.

      Thats quite a stunt to do right out “in front of God and everybody” as my dear old Dad used to say.

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      • jeff montanye says:

        well there is his 9-11 investigation as head of the fbi on the day it happened and for a decade later.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        when I.G. advised him of page/stroxz texts

        First thing that screwed the Mueller “clock”

        Second: Jeff Sessions replaced by WHITAKER NOT RR.
        Third: Bill Barr

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  8. pucecatt says:

    Ask Mueller if the President can fire anybody for any reason ..

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  9. dissonant1 says:

    I have to admit that McCain Jr., did a great job responding here, despite and especially given Hannity’s impedance/impatience/impudence. Now lets see (even if only just once) actions follow words for the newly minted media star. Bongino is always great, although sometimes I wonder how much he pilfers sideways from Sundance. Hannity is getting almost as bad as O’Reilly with the “no spin zone other than mine” stuff. Why not just let your guests proffer their words – isn’t that why you have them on? Or are they just props for you?

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  10. MustangBlues says:

    Very odd that Sundance would feature Geraldo Rivera as a qualified commentator on any serious subject, along with Bongino, seems too odd.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Actually, I thought gerardo did fine, a full throated argument on behalf of the Potus.
      And, could hardly seperate out Bongino from Gerardo.
      As for Lindsey,…seems like the Senate Judiciary COULD be holding hearings, to expose malfeasance. On the other hand, maybe you don’t want to step on the Dems/House message? Let them have the media, and hang themselves.
      He’s right its going to blow up in their faces, but I still don’t trust Lindsey.

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      • Peppurr says:

        I think Lindsey is much better without McCain still in the picture, but, with you in that he hasn’t earned my full trust yet.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yuh, after his kavanaugh performance, he said he was working on a National Red letter law.Taking away guns without due process.
          Gohmert test is SAYING “Mueller honorable should contine’,..Lindsey itroduced LEGISLATION to prevent PDJT from firing Mueller!
          I don’t see a very significant change in amnesty gramnesty, and need to see a CONSISTENT set of ACTIONS, not just words.

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    • yonason says:

      1. – Hanity is the one who had him on. Couldn’t delete Rivera without deleting Bongino.

      2. – Rivera appeared to be making more sense than Hanity, though it was hard to be sure as often as Hanity interrupted him.

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      • Linda K. says:

        Geraldo is a ham, but he is a loyal friend to Trump, probably from “The Apprentice” days. He likes to come across a a man with “heart”, hence, he is always on the side of the illegal immigrant. I get a little peeved when he acts like he is one with the latino cause.
        Really? He is one with all the other wealthy commentators and whoever pays him.

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  11. Robster says:

    Ask Mueller:
    Is Carter Page an agent of a foreign power or is he a long-standing FBI asset? (think FISC application)

    Furthermore, did you establish that Josef Mifsud is a Russian agent or is he an agent of any other country be it foreign or domestic? If so, what is that country?

    Who did George Papadopoulos meet with on 6 May 2016 to discuss the Mifsud information.

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  12. Sammy Hains says:

    This is why Sean Hannity is stupid and a liability for our side:
    Sean: “Then Comey’s bragging, in his own way, ‘Oh, I took full advantage of the chaos, something I’d never do in the 0bama or Bush administration…'”

    Except Comey WASN’T FBI DIRECTOR under Bush. Mueller was. Mueller was also FBI Director under 0bama LONGER than Comey was. All that 0bama domestic political spying started UNDER MUELLER.

    cued to 6:41

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    • Dutchman says:

      Sammy;
      No, not director. But Comey did work for the Bush administration, and if the quote is accurate, he was saying he,was taking advantage of an administration that was inexperienced, and not ‘connected’ to the Big Club.

      Sounds like an accurate quote to me.
      An experienced White House Council would have been asking “what are you DOING interviewing a West Wing employee, without council present when he is OBVIOUSLY the ‘target’of the investigation (Miranda).

      Notice when I.G. interviewed McCabe for lieing about leaking, they recorded the interviews, including the part where they ‘miranda’d him i.e. advised him he could have an attorney.
      THATS the way its SUPPOSED to be done.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        Perhaps.
        It’s impossible to follow what Sean is actually saying because he’s doing his usual thing of speaking in sentence fragments and incomplete thoughts.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Putting mouth in motion, before brain is in gear. Constant defect with that model, but, I’ve had cars before where you just get used to their little excentricities,…and drive em anyway.
          I’d say Gerardo actually knows,how to deal with Hannity; Strong, Declaritive statements. Apologised for walking over bongino, but was doing it to counter hannity, I THINK.

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    • USMCLt says:

      Aside from his obnoxious interview technique and broken record rambling, Hannity further damages himself by insisting that the rank and file of the FBI are innocent of any swamp dealings. If he was paying attention instead of shooting off his mouth constantly, he woul know that his precious FBI rank and file is now populated by Mueller/Comey/Wray drones. Mueller began the process of replacing the few honorable FBI agents with political sycophants nearly 20 years ago. Shut It Down!!!

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  13. Sammy Hains says:

    So Democrats want to continue to try to manufacture a crime to go after President Trump on, even threatening to prosecute him for imaginary crimes after he leaves office…

    Maybe at the height of the 202 election, Barr will prosecute Joe Biden for his myriad crimes involving China and Ukraine. Or if Bernie Sanders is the Democrat nominee, indict him on bank fraud, or if it’s Elizabeth Warren, academic fraud and identity theft.

    Turnabout is fair play, and all that.

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  14. The Boss says:

    Besides the points raised by Bongino and Rivera, the desperate democrats Chump Train can be derailed by a coincidental release of declassified, unredacted documents. Or…an announcement by US Attorney Durham. Either event would be of far greater public interest than Nadler and Schiff’s circle jerk with Mueller.

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  15. Firefly says:

    Hannity is a waste of time. This was one of his most pathetic interviews- Hannity barely lets Lindsey Graham even speak. Even worse, Hannity just repeats the same thing – it’s weird like he doesn’t want facts and new information or analysis to come out on his show.

    In past congressional hearings, Mueller just stutters when questioned -saying he doesn’t know. Mueller never gives straight unambiguous answers to any question- un like Barr who responds to questions quite direct and blunt.Mueller will look like a fool. Every case Mueller is involved in is a political FUBAR hit job.

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  16. Nowut Ameen says:

    July 17 leaves a lot of time for script writing, rehearsals and planning for contingencies. Expect a circus full of anticipation for the Big Bombshell Finish (of Trump) but delivering a wet noodle of prevarication, obfuscatory clarification, and disappointing, flaccid revelation. Media frenzy to follow for the rest of the summer.

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  17. shirley49 says:

    I suggest we all send suggested questions to the Republicans on the committee since they never ask pertinent questions (except a few)

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    • beach lover says:

      Oh.. I dont know… I think they will be loaded for bear on this one. They have some prime members on this committee that put the Dims to shame.

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  18. Tim Holden says:

    Is it as stupid a move as it the appears to be? With FBI and DOJ complicit in the plot, can we be sure that the numerous investigations won’t be used as an excuse to not answer any of the difficult questions? If those investigations are not formally opened at this point they could be over the next few weeks. And can this move in some way delay the hoped-for declassification of documents?

    Many of the Democrat moves have had to do with causing delay as they spread their poison through the media. Can this be a move that somehow can be used to cause further delay?

    Surely this is the time to get rid of Christopher Wray, as this would disrupt their scheming. Bringing Mueller to a public hearing is almost certainly a desperate move. It indicates a lack of alternatives, not unlike a defensive sacrifice to delay checkmate in the hope that the clock will run out.

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  19. William says:

    What’s going on with Sen. Graham? He couldn’t stop grinning and laughing. He seems giddy with glee. Is it because he’s looking at the freak show taking place in congress with the Dems acting like clowns?

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  20. Bogeyfree says:

    Surely as the hearing gets close Sundance will post his top 25 questions that the Republicans MUST ask.

    Then we get to flood their office with these and push on PT to ensure Barr declassifies these topics and related material around these questions.

    Preparation is everything!

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  21. beach lover says:

    Anyone know what the big news is coming out today that Solomon spoke about at the top of the show? I know I know… Hannity always says that… but I think this may be important.

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    • The Central Scrutinizer says:

      Long time lurker, first time poster….

      Solomon indicated that he has copies of Samantha Powers emails from when she was UN Amb. and they show a distinct anti_Trump bias from both her and the people she was corresponding with. Possibly some info on her unmasking shenanigan’s as well.

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  22. steph_gray says:

    I got a kick out of sundance’s saying Dan B had an “insight” when it was sundance’s own research that highlighted the text “incorrect narrative.”

    But as several have said, Dan B did give CTH full credit on his podcast yesterday (there wasn’t really an opportunity to mention CTH on the Hannity show clip – not sure sundance would even really want that…). Nice hat tips back and forth, and all in all, shows the way true gentlemen behave!

    In my opinion sundance’s full-gestalt of big-picture facts presented in words and images is often nicely complimented by Dan B’s to-the-person sound-oriented approach. It shows the most in Dan’s attention to PapaD, the times he’s had him on the show to tell his story, and the way Dan reiterates the story passionately. Easy to tell how offended Dan is by the horrid affront to both PapaD’s and Roger Stone’s civil liberties.

    Both have worked together to highlight beautifully key timing points that pour sunlight on what went on with Johnny WeissMueller. The attempted entrapment and arrest of PapaD at the airport had the Weiss part of WeissMueller written all over it, showing pure panic at the revelation of the Strzok/Page texts (if I recall the timeline correctly, that is…).

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  23. TwoLaine says:

    DIMs will rue the day… The same sentiment expressed by many “experts” last night.

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  24. The thing about this that is becoming surreal is that, when you ask the question, “Did Trump do ___?” the answer is No. But when you ask the exact same question about Obama and Hillary, the answer is Yes!

    Fill in the blanks:
    • Obstruction of justice.
    • Colluding with Russia.
    • The Logan Act.
    • Perjury.
    the list goes on and on …

    They ruthlessly conspired to prevent Trump from taking office, and then to remove him from office, and they’re still doing it. They threw people under the bus, including a 4-star General, for no reason other than crass political gain. They used the highest surveillance powers of the United States, supposed to be used only for genuine counter-espionage, to obsessively spy on everybody and his parakeet. Apparently, “just because they could.”

    When Sen. Graham says “we’re going to get to the bottom of this,” my reply is, “hurry up.” We’ve had three years of these people strutting about, as though they had done nothing wrong and Trump had done everything wrong, and I’m tired of watching that show. The House of Representatives will continue to obey Obama and Hillary’s orders to impeach – until criminal indictments and referrals start raining down. It’s time for this to actually begin.

    There comes a point when you really don’t need to keep “gathering information.” Start with one person – say, James Comey. One person on camera in handcuffs being led away to Federal prison to be held without bond as a flight risk. Once the first arrest is made, the tide will turn.

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    • I want to agree with you about “gathering information” but they are all lawyers and I’m just a dumb hardhat so all I can do is hope something good comes of this mess.
      \
      My best wish is they are build the MOABs and the devastation will be total.

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    • convert says:

      I understand where you are coming from. Comey has admitted to criminal leaking. McCabe has also been nailed solid for leaking and lying to the FBI. Why have they not been already charged?? Doesn’t make any sense.

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      • What needs to begin to be established – by actual judicial action – is that the people making these false accusations are criminals who were pursuing an illegal conspiracy and abusing their powers in order to do so. “The Mueller Report,” most especially Volume 2, is another dossier. We paid $38 million dollars, not for a legitimate law-enforcement investigation of possible wrongdoing, but literally a “witch hunt” that was criminally motivated and conducted.

        The word that has not yet been introduced is “criminal.” As I said, once the first arrest is made, everything will begin to change. (And you’d better post agents in the international concourse of local airports and start revoking passports.)

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  25. haruspex says:

    Jordon/Meadows need to set an obstruction trap for Mueller. Let him have a taste of his own pie. I want to know how he avoided interviewing Glenn Simpson but managed to go and on about the Trump Tower meeting. He needs to clarify the IRA. Jordan/Meadows should put up some of their FB ads and ask how those swayed voters. Use FBs own executives’ facts to debunk his report. Ask Mueller if he’s short $10k, the money he used to entrap Papa. Ask how the FBI knew about the Papa/Mifsud discussion if they were the only 2 who knew about it. Ask him if he interviewed anyone from Crowdstrike. Ask him if he investigated ABT28/29.

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    • The Boss says:

      A perjury trap would work just as well. Might even be easier to set up, and would be quite justified given the treatment of George P and Gen. Flynn.

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  26. Blackfatbob says:

    Mueller (pronounced M long u ler) will give a short speech and then plead the 5th. ala Ms. Lerner

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  27. Cocoon says:

    Both DOJ and FBI lawyers will be there behind Mueller during his testimony keeping his testimony in check.
    Still, it took Nadler and Schiff and Mueller one month to agree to terms for his testimony including avoidance of all Committee rules?
    What restrictions will there be in questioning? Personnel? Process? Bias?
    Both Nadler and Schiff wish to be on TV and Sunday talk shows.
    Republicans want 2 years worth of questions answered, including when did Mueller no there was no collusion with Trump/Russia and why the obvious Clinton/Perkins Coie/GPS/Ohrs/Steele/unknown Russians conspiracy not pursued?

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    • My feeling is that the intervening time will be used to carefully construct questions and answers. I get the feeling they will have a plan to thwart the good guys when it comes to question time too. This is all just a big ‘show’ for public consumption and their last chance to make hay with the Mueller report. They will be working every angle I think.

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      • Judith says:

        If it is anything like the 2016 debates, Mueller will receive all their leading questions ahead of time. This is a carefully constructed dog and pony show, more fodder for Pelosi and the choom gang’s impeachment narrative.

        They don’t intend to get to the bottom of anything because, if any of these players are seriously threatened, they all go down together. #UNiparty

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      • Mr e-man says:

        One thing that should be in our favor is that Nadler and Schiff appear to be somewhat stupid, while Meadows, Jordan, Gaatz, Radcliffe, Nunes, etc appear to be very smart.

        I am hoping that shows up and Mueller is exposed for coordinating with stupid people.

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  28. Zorro says:

    If this d&p show even goes on Herr Mueller will not be answering any question outside of the narrative of the Weissmann dossier.

    And the beat, I mean coup, goes on…

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  29. There are plenty of hard questions that could be asked, such as: “Why is Volume 2 of your Report nothing at all like a Special Counsel’s proper work product?”

    Volume 1 might qualify as such a thing, and it did sort-of support the conclusions reached. But Volume 2 is a legal joke, worthless for the purpose it was supposed to be written for. I think that the American people are entitled to a refund of 50% of the $38 million they paid for all this.

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    • Linda K. says:

      I think they should ask why Josef Mifsud was named “a russian agent” when he clearly has been a western asset for many years…Association with Mifsud was used to dirty Manafort or someone, in the report, I believe.

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  30. Joe says:

    Let’s be honest and clear-headed here. Although we do not know exactly how, Robert Müller will do as much damage as he can to the president, be it a lot or a little, “within the four corners of the report” or without.

    Guaranteed.

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    • Yes, there can’t realistically be any other motivation other than to continue the Democrats’ pointless attempts to impeach the President. You will see a dog-and-pony show on both sides of the podium with only that purpose in mind. The Democrats have orders from Obama and Clinton to get rid of this guy and they won’t stop doing it – nor will they consider any legislative business that’s supposed to be in front of their Committee.

      And I simply don’t know how much longer they expect all this to go on. They accuse a man of “high crimes and misdemeanors” when the Judicial system has already concluded as a matter of law that there was none. They seek to expel someone from office as a criminal when he would not subsequently face any criminal charges at all. Meanwhile, the popularity of this man is growing by the day as he gets sh*t done that many decades of his predecessors could not ever do.

      The world of politics is changing for good. “In” are people having actual qualifications, solid strategies and a proven ability to carry them out. “Out” are people like the present slate of Democrats, who abuse their powers for their own gain and for the most part don’t do anything at all. But they just don’t see that – yet.

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  31. Alex50 says:

    Hannity is as annoying as a broken car alarm. His loopy and inane rantings about the “honorable rank and file of the FBI “ are beyond annoying. Hannity probably has a poster of Efrem Zimbalist Jr. on his bedroom wall (by the way Efrem is of Russian descent).

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    • Jim Comey is a weasel_Doug says:

      And yet he is more effective than anyone but POTUS in getting the word out about this coup.
      This is more of a PR AND a legal one.
      I just The FF feature to avoid Sean’s annoying habits.

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  32. Louisiana Tea Rose says:

    Barr may not be on their schedule😎

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  33. Thorshammer says:

    Go for blood, ask meuller if the fbi/Doj has ever used blackmail on a sitting congressman/senator

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  34. Stephen F. Paul says:

    It is just another Circus act for Nadler and the rest of the nincompoops to try and build another false or Fake narrative. I think the point of it is to just confuse the voters by giving them so much useless information they will never be able to sort out the truth. they will openly campaign on lies and nobody in the media will call them out. They still talk about this whole scandal in terms like it really happened. It’s been exposed as a fraud and fake yet they continue like that doesn’t matter . Some people still believe Trump did something wrong because they have been hammered 24/7 with negative news stories. The Democrat Controlled Media is trying as hard as they can to pull a Nixon type scam and force Trump to resign. They just do not live in realty and can’t except reality .

    I hope that someone ask the right questions and this blows up in the democrats faces.

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  35. EggsX1 says:

    Now that Mueller is going to testify in the house – is Lindsey Graham going to get off his duff and subpoena Mueller for Senate testimony? Of course Burr isn’t going to do anything.

    Can we all say ‘compromised’? Why won’t anyone call these republicans out for purposely being losers?

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  36. jimboct says:

    No Nads and little Schit have one goal in getting mueller to talk. They want him to directly state that he (mueller) could not charge VSGPDJT with anything and wants Congress to impeach. That is the only thing they want from him.
    Get out the popcorn.

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  37. islandpalmtrees says:

    Perhaps the approach should be to come at Mueller sideways. Ask him questions he was not preprogrammed to answer. Example: what were you thinking when you sent 29 FBI agents and armored vehicles to the home of a 74 year old man in the middle of the night. Did you not realize that his wife could not hear? Did you not use the FISA warrant,already on this elderly man?

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  38. ATheoK says:

    Keep well in mind:
    a) It is very doubtful that Mueller will be under oath.
    b) demoncrats will have all of their questions scripted and practised with Muellhead.
    c) nappi Nads has a history of shutting off a congressman’s microphone when inconvenient truth or hard questions arise.

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  39. BobR says:

    All done to provide more questions than answers. Criminals win when they run out the clock. Fitton uncovering all kinds of criminality from the past but Repubs don’t seem to care. No authority that can throw people in jail cares.

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  40. rayvandune says:

    Question 1 to Mueller: What is the standard of confidence in evidence presented to the FISA Court, in terms of probability of its validity? That is, is it 50-50 it is valid, or a 75% chance it is valid, or 90% – what is the confidence level required? (Assume Mueller answers 75%)

    Question 2: How many pieces of evidence were cited in the FISA application? (Assume Mueller answers “4”)

    Question 3: So after several years of investigation, you determined that there was NO evidence of collusion, that is, that NONE of the pieces of evidence cited in the FISA application was valid?

    Question 4. Do you realize then that if the evidence originally met the FISA standards, the chances of all the evidence being subsequently shown to be invalid is then .25 X .25 X .25 X .25, that is, less than 0.004, or less than one in two hundred?

    Question 5: Who made the decision to pursue the investigation based on that evidence, knowing there was less than one chance in 200 that the original evidence actually met the standards of the FISA Court?
    (Mic drop)

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  41. Bob Parker says:

    I HAVE to give a plug to Dan’s wonderful 1 hour daily poscasts. They are MUST watch/listen.
    Passionate & to the point.

    Dan is a superstar on the rise!!

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  42. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Mueller isn’t going to give them anything, just some frustration and the odds of any of his posse while sitting beside him is low, too. However, in the executive session afterwards without Mueller could be a free for all with Weissman, et al, and with leaky Schiff excusing himself every 15 minutes.

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  43. Peppurr says:

    He’ll dodge that with the fact that it’s in the hands if the Court now and he can’t comment.

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  44. Herr Mueller and Herr Weissmann, if either or both attend the executive session in the House, had better be very careful in what they say under oath because I have a gut feeling both may be hauled before Grand Juries for testimony by Attorney Durham. Comparing what they have sworn to in the SC report with their House testimony and possible Grand Jury testimony may be their unraveling. Maybe they’ll piss off Judge Sullivan enough in the Flynn escapade to have him come down on them. Oh well, one can only hope…………….or drink heavily. ITS HAPPY HOUR!

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