Rudy Giuliani Continues to Outline Biden Corruption and The “Compliant Crooked” Media…

Rudy Giuliani has the wind in his truth sails… Appearing on Fox News with Sean Hannity Giuliani discusses the blatant political corruption of former Vice-President Joe Biden and his family, and the mounting evidence to support Giuliani’s claims.

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122 Responses to Rudy Giuliani Continues to Outline Biden Corruption and The “Compliant Crooked” Media…

  1. Jim says:

    Rudy makes me proud to be an American

    Liked by 18 people

    • J.Thomas says:

      Rudy is one for the history books. Integrity and leadership. Great American.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Saw him speak at a Trump Rally back in ’16 and yes he is Red White & Blue through and through. And like his boss he is NOT afraid of the crooked news media. He is getting some backup now as certain GOP lawmakers are joining his inquiry into why hearsay evidence is all of a sudden admissible as whistleblower evidence.

      “Republican lawmakers in both the Senate and House on Monday demanded answers from the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) about secret revisions to the office’s guidance on ‘urgent concern’ whistleblower complaints. The Federalist first reported last week that between May 2018 and August 2019, the ICIG secretly eliminated its requirement that potential whistleblowers provide only first-hand evidence of alleged wrongdoing.

      Multiple senators sent a separate letter on Monday seeking similar information from the ICIG. That letter, from Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), who chairs the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), who chairs the Senate Finance Committee, and Sen. Mike Lee, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked the ICIG to provide all documentation surrounding the revisions to the whistleblower guidance previously issued by the intelligence community.

      In their letter to Michael Atkinson, the ICIG, Reps. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), and Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) noted that the anti-Trump complainant offered no direct, first-hand evidence of alleged wrongdoing against President Donald Trump. Instead, the complaint is littered with gossip, hearsay, and rumor. The lawmakers specifically asked the ICIG to explain
      ——-> when the whistleblower guidance was revised,
      ——-> by whom,
      ——-> and for what reason.” *

      * from an article by Sean Davis over at The Federalist

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Poor Hannity! Rudy doesn’t let HIM get a word in! And, he calls him “son”… Go! Rudy!

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  2. landrand says:

    Wow. Again a dedicated lurker is first to comment. Where it’s everyone today? Am I the only one here to comment on the
    commencment of the big ugly?

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    • Pyrthroes says:

      Run silent, run deep… then it’s Up Periscope– target acquired. Fire One!

      From another angle, we take our text from Lt. Cmdr. John C. Waldron of Torpedo Squadron 8 at Midway: “Okay boys, we’re going in.” (One of thirty men survived.)

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  3. J.Thomas says:

    Lindsey Graham followed up that Rudy piece with some bombshells:

    *He insinuated that the “whistleblower” is directly tied to the Coup Cabal
    *He stated that he’s going to write letters to the pertinent foreign countries to request cooperation with Barr
    *He didn’t outright label this as “obstruction of justice”, but he made it clear that, as I have mentioned here tonight, this is the Democrats attempt to prevent Barr from investigating the foreign networks that they had exploited for cash and information. At some point the republicans will have to start calling a spade a spade here…this is literally obstructing an investigation by trying to hinder access to witnesses.

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    • Rockindubya says:

      If you think it’s bad now, wait until The Arkansas Witness Protection Program is implemented.

      Liked by 5 people

    • littleanniefannie says:

      Republicans have a hard time finding the jugular. The Democrats usually have it well covered. About time someone at least looks for it!

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    • Mr e-man says:

      Lindsay also said he HOPES someone out of politics does something about it. Oh, but he is going to WRITE A LETTER!

      Lindsay should be issuing subpoenas and doing something about this by his committee and the Republicans in the Senate, not writing ridiculous letters that can be ignored.

      It is aggravating to sit there and watch him HOPING something will happen when he has the authority and the power to MAKE something happen.

      Leads me to believe he doesn’t want to know because he was in on it.

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      • hanna693 says:

        Yeah, he spewed out, someone should investigate Biden and his son, it won’t be me, but someone should, and they probably should be out of politics. That’s why I will never call myself a republican, they don’t even know how to fight, just give up. Ryan gave up because he hated Trump, and the democrats got the house. At least the corrupt dems stick together, but not these rhino rethugs!

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  4. Jim says:

    It seems that Rudy is for all practical purposes the defacto AG of the USA. He just stated that he has built a case with whitnesses and video evidence ready for prosecution. Now the stage is set to have the public see where our so called republican leaders loyalties are. If they ,with all their so called legislative skills and experiance , fail to bring his evidence fotward in an effective comprehensive way we will have our answer. The Paul Ryan like message the eleven senate frauds sent last week voting against the boarder wall funding was one more disappointment to add to an already massive list. For the record ,the RINO fool of a senator from PA. Actually tried to take credit for Trumps win in his state when in fact without Trumps coat tails he would be a K Street sellout now. We cannot count on the likes of guys like him to support Trump . He would sellout hos mother if push came to shove.

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    • BitterC says:

      I view Rudy more as the de facto FBI Dir. When asked about why he is involved in the Ukraine thing on one occasion, I thought he was going to blurt out that Wray isn’t doing his job.

      Pretty sure he is still saying he has faith in Barr

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      • Patrick healy says:

        Yes he seems to be the only one to expose the corruptocrats.
        I do worry about him (and especially about the ex Ukranian prosecutor), I hope they manage to avoid sharp objects and faulty brakes on their ‘little’ cars!

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    • Petey says:

      No Rudy is the lightning rod, he can say things a public official can t. He s thing the rounds of Sunday shows and Barr is hanging out in Europe. The dems must have pooped a brick when they found out. DJT and Rudy are running the dems ragged. MAGA

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    • hanna693 says:

      I wanted Guliani for Attorney General right from the first, and was horrified when Trump picked rhino Sessions, and also Bolton two years later. Is he deaf, or does he just fall for flattery. Hard to believe, he needs to use his gut.

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  5. Shop says:

    Why isn’t Lindsey Graham calling this Ukranian prosecutor to testify under oath?

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  6. tominellay says:

    Rudy’s really good at this…

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    • Bendix says:

      He’s in his element.
      I’ve heard some criticism of him, that he’s making things worse for the president. That’s because they don’t know what Rudy has set out to accomplish.
      We don’t know either, but Rudy and President do.

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    • CharterOakie says:

      Rudy’s good at it indeed. Loved the way he subtlety brought it back to Obama given the 2015 NYT article, offering (hypothetically, whimsically) that Obama would have said “Joe, what are you doing? I sent you over to Ukraine to straighten it out….”

      Haha. But Biden already implicated Obama in his boasting at the CFR: “Go ahead and call him [Obama]!”

      Team Trump is handling this thing masterfully.

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  7. NewOrleans says:

    Rudy was on a roll! It was the first time I’ve heard anyone on TV mention Hunter Biden / military / drugs in the same sentence. I was clapping and cheering.

    The most shocking part of the interview was that Hannity kept his mouth shut, didn’t interrupt and let Rudy do his thing. It was beautiful.

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  8. burginthorn says:

    Folks this is colossal, enormous and I mean huge …Hannity didn’t interrupt. 😛

    Liked by 6 people

    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      I believe the President gave Hannity the “word” not to interrupt his people in these matters.

      This was posted as such on an earlier thread.

      And, if you have ever noticed, he “never” interrupts the President during interviews.

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      • Allard Otten says:

        Either that Hannity or is just muting his earpiece. Ryan blew his cover at Fox last week and this is the first good sign there’s a palace coup.

        Best one with Rudy is Maria. Maria kind of of reminds him that’s she’s an Italian mother, so I might as well be your mother. Maria just puts up the stop sign on him when she needs to. They might as well be sitting at a kitchen table somewhere in the Italian section. Brings back old times.

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      • Chilidog says:

        He also never interrupts Levin.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        There are certain people Hannity does not interrupt: Rush, Levin, Pres Trump, Rudy.
        Levin is sufficiently short-tempered that he might crush Hannity’s wind-pipe if he tried his usual shtick-and God bless Mark Levin.

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    • Mikey likes it! says:

      again!

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    • RAC says:

      Yes, excellent, hope for more interviews like that. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

    • Hoosier says:

      If Hannity keeps this up I will start watching again. What an improvement!! An interview, not a monologue. Summarizes when the interviewee is done speaking. Downright refreshing. Best Hannity performance I have ever seen. It carried through the whole show.

      Sean, if you see this… stay this way and you will be #1 in rating before you can blink.

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  9. andy says:

    Back story, must read for treepers.

    Barisma launches a new ‘corruption free grand opening’ by hiring international board of big-wigs.
    Barisma hires lobbyists to sell this new image in the US.
    Democrat senators push to get more investments allocated for Ukraine.

    https://time.com/2964493/ukraine-joe-biden-son-hunter-burisma/

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    • Elle says:

      It is interesting that Time would provide us with such good information. Is Time connected to the Clintons? She would have been collecting dirt on Biden around that time – just in case Biden got any ideas about running in 2016..

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  10. Bigly says:

    I love Rudy

    Bill o Reilly on newsmax with Wayne Allen Root was so rude to Rudy suggesting he is hurting trump blah blah.

    How can anyone with a “right” mind suggest trump just take all these lies and corruption? It’s disgusting.

    Rudy needs to be everywhere all the time – he is the only one with the knowledge, the evidence and the ability to take the media on and serve up lady justice. A true patriot.

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    • H.R. says:

      Hey, Bigly. I saw that “Rudy is hurting Trump” bit, too.

      Thanks to the fact that I know the jurinalists (Swedish pronunciation) of the YSM (Yellow Stream Media) are the propaganda arm of the Uniparty, I took away the exact opposite message; Rudy is killing the swampers.

      I’m now curious to see if the YSM will follow the Biden Campaign’s “orders” to stop booking Rudy.

      Maybe the YSM will keep booking Rudy, but after each segment they’ll use the line, “You do know you’re hurting Trump, right?”

      We’ll see.

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      • Bendix says:

        Yes, they are trying to cancel the election and remove our president from office, but it’s Rudy who is hurting him by talking. Right.
        Sometimes the EMTs hurt people with the defibrillators too. Does that mean they shouldn’t use them?

        They want the morons to repeat that talking point, to stop people from thinking about what Rudy actually said. Parroting “he’s hurting Trump” is easier than listening and thinking and forming one’s own opinion.

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        • sturmudgeon says:

          Bendix: “easier than listening and thinking and forming one’s own opinion.” definition of?? suggestions, please.

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          • Bendix says:

            What I’m getting at is, the line “Rudy is hurting Trump” is the talking point given out to the low-info crowd.
            They can see Rudy on these shows, and say to themselves, “why, he’s hurting Trump”, because that’s what they’ve been pre-programmed to think.
            This keeps them from actually listening, and thinking, and understanding.

            The president is under attack. I don’t see how anything Rudy says or does can possibly hurt him, because his attackers have no legitimate basis for the attacks in the first place.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      I strongly suspect O’Reilly is jealous of Rudy’s prominence at this point.

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      • Dekester says:

        Yep, Hannity has O’Reillys old and very successful time slot.

        Hannity is irritating, but not as smug as O’ was.

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        • CharterOakie says:

          Dekester – like most of your countrymen, you’re perhaps too polite. Let’s speak plainly:

          O’Reilly (we used to call him “BOR”) is a pompous, arrogant, egotistical blowhard. He thinks he’s much smarter than he is.

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    • cattastrophe says:

      O’Reilly has always been a “I’m the most important” when it comes to any story and he’s a liberal fence sitter who sometimes comes down on the side of right.

      Bills “BIG” interview with Obama before his first presidential election was the most embarrassing interview I’ve ever witnessed. I swear If O’Reilly had bowed and kissed Obama’s ring before and after the interview I would not have been surprised.

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  11. Guyski says:

    Commented the other day that what Rudy Giuliani is doing isn’t ‘really’ about Hunter Biden or Joe Biden but other things. At around tge 5:30 mark Rudy says: ‘I’ll tell you another thing Biden’s corruption helped cover up….’

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    • Elle says:

      It would be a grand final twist if, in the end, the Trump administration’s ultimate goal in all of this is to expose and end the massive fraud and corruption in our election system by Soros and other global mobsters. It would be a great day for the American people.

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  12. warrenjay13 says:

    🍿🍺 The show is finally starting.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Elle says:

    I feel like I am watching one of those complex murder mysteries where in the last few minutes, they begin to connect all of the dots, using flashbacks and narration, to neatly wrap it all up for the audience.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. 2Alpha says:

    Golfing In The Hamptons With The Bidens

    Liked by 11 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Did Hunter have to leave the course every two holes to fill up on drugs?

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    • litlbit2 says:

      I believe this is the same movie played on the Tarmac staring Bill Clinton where they discussed Fruit Loops the making of little zeros for corralling the evidence!🇺🇸🇺🇸🍩☕️

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      Did not discuss Burisma at all. Discussed yoga & golf only.

      Dang. Shades of Low-retta Lynch. Maybe Democrats are stupid enough to believe that line but it’s just too good to let go!

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    • Dekester says:

      Odd that Daddy is holding Hunters club, and that you cannot see his hands.

      He is the only one.

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      • CharterOakie says:

        Looks more like Hunter’s right arm sleeve and right thumb near his club.
        Otherwise ol’ Joe has a thumb on the left side of his left hand.
        Possible, as he’s certainly “all thumbs.”

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      • Lefty says:

        Hunter is certainly holding his own club, either that, or Creepy Joe has two right hands

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      • sturmudgeon says:

        Dekester: A little too quick there… Hunter’s arm and hand is definitely holding his own golf club. lol

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    • I'm BIG says:

      I did not discuss Burisma Holdings at all.s Then there is this as reported by the New York Post: “Consider the facts. On April 16, 2014, White House records show that Devon Archer, Hunter Biden’s business partner in the Rosemont Seneca deals, made a private visit to the White House for a meeting with Vice President Biden. Five days later, on April 21, Joe Biden landed in Kiev for a series of high-level meetings with Ukrainian officials. The vice president was bringing with him highly welcomed terms of a United States Agency for International Development program to assist the Ukrainian natural-gas industry and promises of more US financial assistance and loans. Soon the United States and the International Monetary Fund would be pumping more than $1 billion into the Ukrainian economy”

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  15. Elle says:

    This story at GP bothers me
    IG Horowitz Refused to Dig Into Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Meeting – Failed to Interview Lynch, Clinton Protective Detail https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/09/ig-horowitz-refused-to-dig-into-clinton-lynch-tarmac-meeting-failed-to-interview-lynch-clinton-protective-detail/

    I don’t know, given what Rudy says he was doing between Jan 2017 and the end of the Mueller Report, it makes me wonder if the Trump administration was running a giant head fake on the corrupt Democrats and coup plotters . Nancy Pelosi said that Bill Barr was “going rogue”, which sounds to me like they thought they knew the direction he was going, but later found out he was not.

    I wonder if the Trump administration allowed the Deep State to run all of their bogus investigations so they would think they had it all under control – but meanwhile – behind the scenes, they were getting affidavits and other rock solid evidence from other sources like the Ukraine, Australia, UK, etc.. All beyond the reach of the likes of Mueller, Weissman, Lawfare etc.

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  16. I wonder if Rudy told Hannity “you keep your mouth shut boy and don’t interrupt me” before he.agreed to go On his show!😂

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  17. Anon Amos X says:

    Sean Hannity for the love of Pete, would you just “SHUT UP!!!” “SHUT UP!!!” “SHUT UP!!!” and let your source SPEAK and tell you!!!!???

    We have to sit through a 5 minute monologue, repeated before each and every guest reciting what the guest is there to confirm.

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  18. webgirlpdx says:

    From what I’m understanding this Impeachment ‘inquiry’ is still in a ‘political’ realm, therefore, those hit with subpoenas can tell them to go pound sand? Apparently, Rudy has been subpoenaed but it’s for his documents and not personal testimony?

    Rudy can tell them to take a flying leap…because if he can’t testify (and slaughter them) personally, no papers from him.

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  19. WRB says:

    Interesting that Rudy says his investigation was done while the Mueller probe was still on-going. The Mueller report was issued in April 2019. But it is only now that Rudy shows up on the scene with guns blazing. This attack appears to be strategically timed, a counter-attack on the dems.

    But I also noticed in a different interview that Rudy says that his evidence (affidavits) was posted on-line six months ago, and nobody cared. That gives him cover from the media saying you are just bringing this stuff up now to distract from our–err–the dems narrative. That is a nice touch.

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  20. “Rudy G” is proof that – despite all the jokes – “there is such a thing as a Good Lawyer.” 😀

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  21. Lovearepublican says:

    After watching this for the last few days I have come to the personal conclusion that there is no one single whistleblower. It seems to me that given the context of the letter supposedly written by The Whistleblower, that it was written by the lawfare group. It looks like it was penned by at least four different people and that tells me that there is not one single whistleblower.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Gossipblower, not whistleblower, please.

      Liked by 3 people

    • cheering4america says:

      Criminal leaker of classified information, not whistleblower. Or leakers, as the case may be.

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    • gda53 says:

      Ex-CIA guy on Martha’s show said the same thing last night. There IS no “whistleblower”, just a Lawfare front man reading their fake “dossier”.

      Honestly, how can the public be so gullible – I mean surely the old adage “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice……..” applies?

      Feed the sheep fake news. Poll the sheep about their feed. Rinse. Repeat.

      Now they are calling for PDJT’s twitter to be shut down. I wonder whether POTUS has a plan for this eventuality (near certainty as Nov 2020 approaches). Right now he has a platform, but….

      Bad, BAD thing are coming and the race is on to try beat out the BIG UGLY. He who controls the words, controls the minds.

      Fortunately, Lawfare do not quite yet have the power to control the legal language and the operation of due process in this country. Not quite yet.

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  22. Lovearepublican says:

    After watching this for the last few days I have come to the personal conclusion that there is no one single whistleblower. It seems to me that given the context of the letter supposedly written by The Whistleblower, that it was written by the lawfare group.

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  23. Doug Amos says:

    A man with a long list of accomplishments long before he ever got to Washington.

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  24. geotis says:

    Interesting that Rudy is doing exactly what the dems and media did for over two years to Trump. I think Trump is learning.

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  25. DeWalt says:

    Said it before. Here it is again. Does anybody think the Democrat political hacks and the entertainer journalists wannabes are tougher than NY Mob Lawyers?

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  26. covfefe999 says:

    I’m thinking about the impact on the Dem primary in 2020. When Biden announced his candidacy I thought it was clear that he was the Dem party choice, they were going to make sure he won the nomination just like they made sure Hillary won in 2016. But he’s such a befuddled old fool he’s been an embarrassment, and with the full scope of the scandal coming to light the Dems have a serious problem on their hands. Fauxcahontas cannot beat Trump, nor can any of the other losers, and the Dems know it. They can’t possibly bring Hillary back, she looks awful now and no amount of spackle and filtering can make her look healthy. This is hilarious to watch!

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    • Black Irish Rose says:

      When is the next Democrat debate? Talk about a target rich environment….Would any one of the other Dem losers go after Joe for selling his VP office, or would they be too afraid of “unfortunate accidents” that could happen to them post debate?

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    • Fubu says:

      So their only chance is to impeach Trump. Last chance, full court press. The extortion/bribery scheme will be in full force in the Senate on the Republicans. 20 to win. Let’s hope to God they cant pull it off because they’re toast if Trump gets re-elected.

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    • dawg says:

      Exactly my thoughts too. I thought for sure Biden would be the guy they propped up too, but, yeah, he’s a disaster.

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      • cattastrophe says:

        Don’t think the Dem party per se propped up Joe it was the polling that did the propping. He was ahead in all the polls from lib voters from the beginning. That’s all there is to keep him going. The Dem party is happy the press is starting to turn a little where Joe is concerned. Of course not having Joe still leaves the party between a rock and a hard place because all of the Dem candidates are a disaster waiting to happen. There’s no socialist, anti-American cliff they aren’t willing to jump off of.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Biden announced 3 days after the new Drain The Swamp Ukraine PM Zelensky was elected. He knew this was coming. Rudy G had already been all over with the goods.

      He went into the campaign praying for political cover. The Kenyan wouldn’t endorse him because he knew he would most likely get blown up and didn’t want his fingerprints on it. I think he also knew Joe didn’t have the votes to go the long haul, even though they faked a lot of polls to get him going strong and keep him in.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      cov: In addition… she would actually have to ‘campaign’… don’t believe she’s able..

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  27. Black Irish Rose says:

    Ok, so now I am really worried about that fired Ukrainian prosecutor—are we proving protection for him in any way??? Arkanicide could reach as far as Ukraine. I’m adding him and his family to my prayers

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  28. EJ says:

    Rudy needs to be careful. He is very inconsistent about who his client actually was and when, which creates massive exposure for him on the claim that there is a conflict of interest. He can only claim “privilege” if he is representing Trump personally, which is fine, but then he can’t go around saying that the State Dept asked him to get involved in these meetings. He can’t have it both ways, and it’s just overall sloppy. I don’t care if he gets nailed, but he better not bring down my VSG President.

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    • EJ says:

      But if anyone ever hears this from the left, just respond with Sid Blumenthal.

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        Again, with the “Rudy is sloppy”? Can’t you folks come up with a new word?

        I’ve always loved Rudy. People LOVE Rudy. He’s fascinating to watch, and to listen to. Thank God he’s out there, working for us!

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        • cattastrophe says:

          The only concern I had about Rudy at all was in the beginning. His lawyer speak and making the interviews all about him had me worried. Like the other decent people Trump has around him Rudy has now been with President Trump long enough and knows enough to be truly on the president side. This is wonderful to behold and bodes well for the future.

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    • Bryan Alexander says:

      So, if you as a private citizen are subpoenaed by Congress and the demand you hand over personal papers, are you going to?

      “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

      If he is working as a lawyer for Trump, he has Attorney/Client Privilege.
      If he is working as a private citizen, and is no compensated in any way by the government, he does not have to respond to Congress.

      He will only have to respond to the subpoena if he was working for the Government. But even then, they will have hurdles to jump through.

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  29. dawg says:

    RUUUDY! RUUUDY! RUUUDY!

    GO RUDY GO!

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  30. meadowlarkspring says:

    September 27, 2019 letter to AG Bill Barr from Sen. Grassley and Sen. Johnson. Followup to July 20, 2017 letter from Sen. Grassley to DAG Rosenstein.

    https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/2017-07-20%20CEG%20to%20DOJ%20(Ukraine%20DNC%20FARA).pdf

    https://www.grassley.senate.gov/sites/default/files/2019-09-27%20CEG%20RHJ%20to%20DOJ%20%28Ukraine%20DNC%29.pdf

    https://www.grassley.senate.gov/news/news-releases/grassley-johnson-renew-inquiry-doj-actions-reported-election-meddling

    Grassley, Johnson Renew Inquiry into DOJ Actions on Reported Election Meddling
    Sep 30, 2019
    Ukrainian Records Shed New Light on Biden’s Ultimatum to Terminate Prosecutor

    Ukraine-DNC Coordination to Undermine Trump 2016 Campaign Should Not be Overlooked

    WASHINGTON – Two Senate chairmen want to know whether the Justice Department has acquired information from Ukrainian prosecutors that may contradict the stated reasoning behind former Vice President Joe Biden’s threat to withhold U.S. assistance from Ukraine. They are also renewing an inquiry into the department’s response to reported efforts by Ukrainians, in coordination with Democratic Party associates, to acquire damaging information on Donald Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign. In a letter to Attorney General William Barr, Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) are seeking additional information about the department’s review of the Russia investigation’s origins, including the DNC’s reported work with Ukraine to undermine candidate Trump.

    “Ukrainian efforts, abetted by a U.S. political party, to interfere in the 2016 election should not be ignored. Such allegations of corruption deserve due scrutiny, and the American people have a right to know when foreign forces attempt to undermine our democratic processes,” the Senators wrote in the letter…

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    • meadowlarkspring says:

      Trying the link to the July 20, 2017 letter from Sen. Grassley to Rosenstein regarding if Rosenstein was investigating reports related to Ukraine (i.e. “According to news reports, during the 2016 presidential election, “Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton and undermine Trump” and did so by “disseminat[ing] documents implicating a top Trump aide in corruption and suggested they were investigating the matter…”1)

      https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/2017-07-20%20CEG%20to%20DOJ%20(Ukraine%20DNC%20FARA).pdf

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    • What I definitely see in this letter is: “Mr. Barr, you have not kept the Congress nor the American Public sufficiently informed about what you are actually doing.” And, I think that this charge is appropriate. Yes, secrecy is important when one is pursuing criminal matters, but the Public should be kept in the dark only so long, and Congressional Oversight Committees never at all. It’s been many months since Barr became formally engaged and we have heard nothing.

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  31. Midnite says:

    Can you imagine Rudy testifying before Congress! “I’ve got graphs, timelines, videos and sworn affidavits attesting to the fact that the DNC, Clinton campaign, and the Obama administration colluded with the Ukrainian government to effect the 2016 election. Go ahead ask me a question, any question”.
    Dems go right ahead and subpoena Rudy…he’ll break this case wide open in front of the American public and you’ll play h3ll getting that genie back in the bottle! I have no doubt the Prez ( I use that term affectionately) is behind Rudy 100%. If you think the Cohen or Dean testimony was a disaster for these seditious bastards, wait till Rudy gets done roasting them over the fire. You’ll be able to stick a fork in the Party of Corruption and call them “done”.

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  32. Sammy Hains says:

    This puts everything is complete perspective.

    President Trump stood wrongly accused of a crime. He, and his lawyer, have the absolute right to vigorously defend himself. Pursuing evidence is most certainly part of that defense. The issue with Biden in 2015-2016 is one of many which highlights A PATTERN of corruption between Democrat and Ukrainian officials at the time. At the very same time those very same Democrat and Ukrainian officials were also working together to frame candidate Donald Trump and “Russian hackers.”

    It is important to understand the personal communication between President Trump and the president-elect in the context of President Trump vigorously defensing himself against the false accusations of Schiff, Nadler, Mueller, Comey, McCabe, Clinton, and the corrupt corporate media.

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    • Furthermore, the Ukranians have recently elected a new President on their version of a “drain the swamp” ticket, and we in fact have a ratified treaty with that country which promises close law-enforcement cooperation to help stamp out corruption. (See: “the fox is guarding the henhouse.”) It is absolutely appropriate for our President to discuss this matter of great mutual concern to both countries, and to request (and obtain …) cooperation.

      As a point of fact, Joe Biden is not “President Trump’s political opponent.” No one is, because the Democrats have not selected their candidate. But he is a person who is deeply involved in Ukranian corruption and who boasted(!) about extorting them. Trump’s interest in “getting to the bottom of this” is not political, but law enforcement.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        Correct. Biden’s actions are being looked at because of political corruption and undue influence of the last administration. Running a flailing campaign now does not give Biden immunity for past crimes.

        Further complicating the Democrats’ impeachment narrative is that Zelensky was merely president-elect of Ukraine at the time, so this conversation was not even with the Ukrainian head of state.

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  33. CharterOakie says:

    I thought Rudy’s Sunday interviews were C+ at best. Obviously he had antagonistic network hosts in dilettante Margaret Brennan and Georgie-Porgie.
    And Maria Bartiromo was impatient (because some GOPers were critical of Rudy and “the Dems are making the rules! — what are you going to do?!”).

    But in THIS interview Rudy told most of the story cogently and clearly, and Hannity let him do it.

    Thank goodness!

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  34. Guyski says:

    Joe and Hunter Biden are just collateral damage.

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  35. Spooky says:

    I hope Rudy has capable and loyal bodyguards and a food taster cause he really needs them. No one who goes up against the Demonrat cabal is safe from these monsters. The Deep State is capable of any conceivable form of skullduggery, up to and including making sure commercial airline flights containing their antagonists conveniently disappear over the mid Atlantic.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Anything seems possible with these EVIL people…

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Regarding that “compliant media”, we are aware of their loyalty to the democrats. The 4th Estate has been a house organ of the Democrat Party for a long, long time. They are just now accidentally showing their true colors out of pure desperation. They despise us little people and we don’t particularly like them for what they’ve done to our Republic.

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