Bradley Moss and John Yoo Debate “Honest Mistake -vs- Nefarious Intent” Within Anticipated IG Report…

National security attorney Bradley Moss and former assistant attorney general John Yoo appear on Fox News to discuss the issues around a constructed Russian conspiracy; a politically corrupt special counsel; the pending IG report on possible FISA abuse; and the ongoing predicate review by U.S. Attorney John Durham.

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239 Responses to Bradley Moss and John Yoo Debate “Honest Mistake -vs- Nefarious Intent” Within Anticipated IG Report…

  1. ozymandiasssss says:

    I have mentioned this several times. Barr needs a Rat. You really can’t prosecute a case trying to prove conspiracy intent without one. Doesn’t look like it is coming.

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    • raptors2020 says:

      The Country needs such a person, Ozy. The politician who does it is finished. Gowdy seems at times eager to reveal what he knows. The plot was bi-partisan. Trump versus Washington.

      The patriot who talks will be savaged from both sides. Who needs it?

      Perhaps the Comey Memos have enough to protect a whistle-blower. If names appear, they’ll be from both parties. The Barr Justice Department is fighting the release of the Comey Memos. It may be a bridge too far for anyone in Washington.

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      • sysconfig says:

        Bingo!
        That is THE barrier..exposure that not only was DNC and Dems Hell Bent on Rigging the Election you had the Republican Machine as well..We can’t have it both ways..Those involved have to go too..Barr cannot be tiptoing just to protect that end..This nonsense the people can’t handle it..the foundations would come unglued is rubbish. Thats why we put Trump up there to begin with because neither side was working for us. enough already!

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      • rickb928 says:

        It’s beginning to look like the coup was international.Britain and Australia certainly, Italy with or without knowledge of the national leadership, Turkey, Ukraine/Crimea? Russia is a given, since they seek advantage form every misfortune. China a silent partner.

        We have a lot to deal with here.

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      • rickb928 says:

        It’s beginning to look like the coup was international.Britain and Australia certainly, Italy with or without knowledge of the national leadership, Turkey, Ukraine/Crimea? Russia is a given, since they seek advantage from every misfortune. China a silent partner.

        We have a lot to deal with here.

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    • lfdale says:

      Why in hell would you say, “Doesn’t look like it is coming” really. This is just the beginning, once one d-rat knows he is going to be in big trouble (being involved in the cabal) they will sing like never before, It will happen, there have been a lot of people coming forward singing, in order to say there collected asses from jail time. It will all come out. PERIOD

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      • ozymandiasssss says:

        I say that because to me, Whittaker didn’t sound excited about it. “Fairly” is just a dead giveaway and him saying people might be reprimanded just adds to my suspicion that it will be a dud. The only real hope that someone will really be blamed is with Durham

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  2. rayvandune says:

    And while we’re at it, can someone elucidate exactly what McCabe’s hypothetical “honest mistake” would have been? Did he accidently dial the New York Times instead of his supervisor? Did he forget the regulations about leaking investigative information?

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    • rayvandune says:

      Continued…. In reference to the whole of Spygate, the “Honest Mistake” apologists would have us believe that there was strong enough evidence of Trump or Trump campaign guilt that the FBI went ahead with investigating out of an abundance of caution.

      I call bullshit! There was NO credible evidence (as verified in the final analysis by the Mueller report)! The only evidence that appeared to be plausible was evidence concocted by the intel community, and McCabe would have known all about it!

      An “Honest Mistake” is only justified if there is honestly credible evidence, and there was none. The high bar set for evidence by the FISA Court was flaunted to the extent that after two years, ALL the evidence presented to it was determine to be false. This in itself is proof of malfeasance.

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    • Summer says:

      He was himself a supervisor, that’s one of the problems with that particular leak. He might say he authorized himself. I think a more viable line of prosecution is his lying under oath, not leaking per se. In that case, his “honest mistake” would be “misremembering” — this kind of BS always works for Democrats.

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  3. Zorro says:

    First we F the FBI, then we F DOJ.
    Absolutely no ill intent by me. Do I get a media job?

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  4. Bogeyfree says:

    Barr should be embarrassed, horrified and deeply disappointed in those who planned and attempted this coup on a sitting President.

    The question is, is he??

    Nothing should take precedent over enforcing the rule of law for all IMO.

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  5. Atomic Hillbilly says:

    Whatever the swamp is trying to protect, it cant possibly be as important as the American public’s faith in the legitimacy of the justice system.

    If theyre smart, they’ll sacrifice these swamprats on the altar of transparency. Otherwise they’re daring a skeptical electorate into dismantling their beloved institutions and putting them on a very short leash.

    They hold their own legitimacy in their hands….for now.

    But if they think they can sweep this under the rug and everything will go back to the way they had it rigged before Trump, theyre sorely mistaken.

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  6. John says:

    The assassination of JFK was also a honest mistake.

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  7. youme says:

    An honest mistake? People who make such “mistakes” would not do this…..

    This is the part that McCabe has no defense for:

    “Moreover, according to the IG, McCabe at one point dressed down the FBI’s chiefs in New York and Washington, as if their field offices were responsible for the leak. That is, he knew that he himself was the culprit, yet he tried to shift suspicion and blame to innocent agents. If proved, that is the kind of fact that would not endear McCabe to a jury. It would also make it hard for him to portray himself as a fundamentally honest guy who would never deceive other FBI agents.”

    If OPR had opened an investigation on McCabe’s lying claim and some FBI careers were destroyed, you think he would even care. This is how evil the man is.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/09/andrew-mccabe-report-imminent-indictment/

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  8. John Rawls says:

    isn’t mccabe’s prosecutor a black hat?

    are we looking at weak charges to vindicate mccabe?

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  9. wlbeattie says:

    Bradly Moss

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  10. wlbeattie says:

    At the end, Bradley Moss said …”Flynn & Papadopoulos plead guilty – McCabe did not”…

    Well, let’s see if to meet his legal fees McCabe has to sell his house (or if his wife is “set up”) … or in reality … who is really paying for his legal fees?

    My guess it’ll be pro bono by the #LawFare group!

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