Laura Ingraham Blocks Devin Nunes from Discussing Mary McCord Working With Adam Schiff…

Do Laura Ingraham and Mary McCord have a history together in/around Washington DC schools, law firms, clerks, social circles etc?

Because obviously Ingraham doesn’t want Devin Nunes to discuss the revelations about former DOJ-NSD head Mary McCord now working with Adam Schiff on the impeachment agenda.  WATCH [@03:30]


Then again, it could be her typical Hannitus Interruptus style of self-important talking that destroys the opportunity for decent information. :::Sigh:::

The key to understanding the corrupt endeavor behind the fraudulent “whistle-blower” complaint, doesn’t actually originate with ICIG Atkinson. The key person is the former head of the DOJ National Security Division, Mary McCord.

Prior to becoming IC Inspector General, Michael Atkinson was the Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Senior Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General of the National Security Division, Mary McCord.

It is very safe to say Mary McCord and Michael Atkinson have a working relationship from their time together in 2016 and 2017 at the DOJ-NSD. Atkinson was Mary McCord’s senior legal counsel; essentially her lawyer.

McCord was the senior intelligence officer who accompanied Sally Yates to the White House in 2017 to confront then White House Counsel Don McGahn about the issues with Michael Flynn and the drummed up controversy over the Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak phone call.

Additionally, Mary McCord, Sally Yates and Michael Atkinson worked together to promote the narrative around the incoming Trump administration “Logan Act” violations. This silly claim (undermining Obama policy during the transition) was the heavily promoted, albeit manufactured, reason why Yates and McCord were presumably concerned about Flynn’s contact with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. It was nonsense.

However, McCord didn’t just disappear in 2017 when she retired from the DOJ-NSD. She resurfaced as part of the Lawfare group assembly after the mid-term election in 2018.


Mary McCord joined the House effort to impeach President Trump; as noted in this article from Politico:

“I think people do see that this is a critical time in our history,” said Mary McCord, a former DOJ official who helped oversee the FBI’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and now is listed as a top outside counsel for the House in key legal fights tied to impeachment. “We see the breakdown of the whole rule of law. We see the breakdown in adherence to the Constitution and also constitutional values.”

“That’s why you’re seeing lawyers come out and being very willing to put in extraordinary amounts of time and effort to litigate these cases,” she added. (link)

Former DOJ-NSD Head Mary McCord is currently working for the House Committee (Adam Schiff) who created the impeachment scheme.

Now it becomes critical to overlay that detail with how the “whistle-blower” complain was organized. Mary McCord’s former NSD attorney, Michael Atkinson, is the intelligence community inspector general who brings forth the complaint.

The “whistle-blower” had prior contact with the staff of the committee. This is admitted. So essentially the “whistle-blower” almost certainly had contact with Mary McCord; and then ICIG Michael Atkinson modified the whistle-blower rules to facilitate the outcome.

There is the origination. That’s where the fraud starts.

The coordination between Mary McCord, the Whistle-blower and Michael Atkinson is why HPSCI Chairman Adam Schiff will not release the transcript from Atkinson’s testimony.

It now looks like the Lawfare network constructed the ‘whistle-blower’ complaint aka a Schiff Dossier, and handed it to allied CIA operative Eric Ciaramella to file as a formal IC complaint. This process is almost identical to the Fusion-GPS/Lawfare network handing the Steele Dossier to the FBI to use as the evidence for the 2016/2017 Russia conspiracy.

Atkinson’s conflict-of-self-interest, and/or possible blackmail upon him by deep state actors who most certainly know his compromise, likely influenced his approach to this whistleblower complaint. That would explain why the Dept. of Justice Office of Legal Counsel so strongly rebuked Atkinson’s interpretation of his responsibility with the complaint.

In the Justice Department’s OLC opinion, they point out that Atkinson’s internal justification for accepting the whistleblower complaint was poor legal judgement. [See Here] I would say Atkinson’s decision is directly related to his own risk exposure:


Michael Atkinson was moved from DOJ-NSD to become the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) in 2018. What we end up with is a brutally obvious, convoluted, network of corrupt officials; each carrying an independent reason to cover their institutional asses… each individual interest forms a collective fraudulent scheme inside the machinery of government.

Michael Atkinson and Mary McCord worked together in 2016/2017 on the stop-Trump surveillance operation (FISA application via DOJ-NSD). Then, following the 2018 mid-term election, in 2019 Mary McCord and Michael Atkinson team up again on another stop-Trump operation, each in a different position, and -working with others- coordinate the House impeachment plan via the ‘whistle-blower’ complaint.

While Devin Nunes is focused on the false statements of ICIG Michael Atkinson, the key is the contact between the ‘whistle-blower’ (Eric Ciaramella) and the House Intelligence Committee via Mary McCord.

There’s a very strong likelihood this entire impeachment construct was manufactured out of nothing.

National Security Council resistance member Alexander Vindman starts a rumor about the Trump-Zelenskyy phone call, which he shares with CIA operative Eric Ciaramella (a John Brennan resistance associate). Ciaramella then makes contact with resistance ally Mary McCord in her role within the House. McCord then helps Ciaramella create a fraudulent whistle-blower complaint via her former colleague, now ICIG, Michael Atkinson….

…And that’s how this impeachment operation gets started.

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213 Responses to Laura Ingraham Blocks Devin Nunes from Discussing Mary McCord Working With Adam Schiff…

  1. It sounded to me like she had her “script” of what she wanted to talk about and McCord was not on it.

    Liked by 7 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Yep, the contention that Laura and Mary McCord are buddies is that Laura is covering for McCord simply “NOT the droids we are looking for.” That McCord, Atkinson and the whistle blower are working corrupt activities with Adam Schiff….absolutely Darth Vader evil.


    • thedoc00 says:

      Laura does not write her script. She submits “topics” and then handed a script by the producers that is management approved. A producer sits on her show monitoring and providing “guidance” during the show. Very few of the personalities on Fox Network can run their own programs which is the reason the best of the personalities are not used as often as the other “stand-ins”. Charles Payne, Lou Dobs, Stewart Varney, David Asman, Liz MacDonald, etc. They will be allowed to do some controlled stand-in work or make cameos but that is unfortunately the limit.

      Fox was taken to the woodshed for a 4-hour segment during the Justice Kavenaugh when by some miracle Liz MacDonald and Charles Payne were scheduled back to back when the Republican Female DA was questioning Ford. They savaged Ford and Democrats.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      If you watch closely, Ingraham’s body language always tells you when she simply wants to move on. The guest could be announcing that a meteor is about to hit Earth and Laura says, “Yeah, yeah, yeah, another time.”

      Liked by 2 people

      • Moe Grimm says:

        +1. “If you watch closely, Ingraham’s body language…..”. Like most of Globohomo she has a personal patent on this. Her certain twist in the chair, a quick glance away, and “but I want to go to = X…..”.

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        • Marc says:

          She gets very vicious when it comes to Christian and conservative critique of the Alphabet community, almost entirely due to her homosexual brother. FNC’s worldview isn’t anywhere close to middle America. Most of the hosts are multi-millionaires and have gone to Ivy League schools. Mrs. Hannity from Harvard is no exception.


    • It sounds to me like she and Hannity et alia are gatekeepers; they are allowed to point out things that others might not, but fundamentally they maintain the illusion that the Presidents we elect run the country and there are two serious political parties fighting for Congress and WH, that the Uniparty notion is not to be entertained, and that Deep State issues are only discussed in the most general terms and even then as if one party controls the DS and the other does not.

      The US is not a functioning democratic republic any more but an oligarchy masquerading as one.

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      • Moe Grimm says:

        +1. And unfortunately despite everything PDT has thus far accomplished.

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      • The Phantom Stranger says:

        Hannity has to keep his mouth shut about certain topics or he would quickly get run off the air by Fox News. If Fox was willing to dump O’Reilly months after the man started naming George Soros on air as a major culprit in things, they will dump anyone. Go over on Breitbart – the commenting software literally blocks any comment that uses Soros’ name.

        The intel agencies more or less vet most of the stuff that ends up appearing on shows like Hannity and Ingraham. They couldn’t run anything that goes against that approval.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Yes, they are controlled opposition.


  2. RC23321 says:

    Fox really is Faux but not how most people think it is. The MSM is bullschiff!


  3. RC23321 says:

    Fox really is Faux but not how most people think it is. The MSM is bullschiff!


  4. paintbrushsage says:

    Knowing about Mary McCord from her high profile along with Sally Yates early on in the Trump administration, I wondered what was the nature of her influence if any in the political process when these two pieces (one journalistic 9/23, one opinion 9/23) came out very early on in the whistleblower/impeachment process.

    Whistleblower controversy thrusts little-known Trump appointee into the limelight
    By Zachary Cohen, CNN
    Updated 8:55 PM ET, Mon September 30, 2019

    Washington (CNN)When the inspector general for the intelligence community alerted lawmakers to a mysterious whistleblower complaint detailing allegations about President Donald Trump’s conduct, many who know him, including some who are skeptical of the complaint, said his reputation and credibility caused them to take his concerns seriously.

    “As soon as I saw that he had recommended it be sent to Congress, that’s all I needed to know it was legit,” said Mary McCord, the senior litigator from Practice at the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection who worked with Atkinson at the US Attorney’s Office and DOJ’s National Security Division.


    Seven freshman Democrats: These allegations are a threat to all we have sworn to protect

    By Gil Cisneros, Jason Crow, Chrissy Houlahan, Elaine Luria, Mikie Sherrill, Elissa Slotkin and Abigail Spanberger

    September 23, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. PDT
    Reps. Gil Cisneros of California, Jason Crow of Colorado, Chrissy Houlahan of Pennsylvania, Elaine Luria of Virginia, Mikie Sherrill of New Jersey, Elissa Slotkin of Michigan and Abigail Spanberger of Virginia are all freshman Democrats.

    Our lives have been defined by national service. We are not career politicians. We are veterans of the military and of the nation’s defense and intelligence agencies. Our service is rooted in the defense of our country on the front lines of national security.



    We also know that on Sept. 9, the inspector general for the intelligence community notified Congress of a “credible” and “urgent” whistleblower complaint related to national security and potentially involving these allegations. Despite federal law requiring the disclosure of this complaint to Congress, the administration has blocked its release to Congress.


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    • paintbrushsage says:

      Here’s a little connection for what it’s worth.

      Abigal Spanberger (then candidate) and Mary McCord sat on a small panel together in 2018. So they were aware of each other at least.

      These Democrats helped launch the impeachment inquiry. What’s their next move?
      Pelosi called for probe after op-ed by seven freshmen with national security backgrounds
      Dec 12, 2019
      Bridget Bowman


      The group of seven included Crow, an Army veteran; two lawmakers with CIA experience, Slotkin and Abigail Spanberger of Virginia; three Navy veterans, Elaine Luria of Virginia, Mikie Sherrill of New Jersey and Gil Cisneros of California; and Air Force veteran Chrissy Houlahan of Pennsylvania. All seven flipped Republican-held House seats in 2018.



      • Moe Grimm says:

        Thanks Paintbrushsage. I had missed this. Very good post.


        • paintbrushsage says:

          Your welcome. The national security freshman democrats op-ed was pretty watershed. Pelosi announced impeachment inquiry after that which allowed almost all the other Democrats to come out for impeachment. I remember that. Digging a bit further, Abigail Spanberger and Mary McCord both attended the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association 2019 Annual Convention in April 2019. Mary McCord received an award (outstanding advocate) on Day 3 and Rep. Spanberger spoke on Day 2. Perhaps they are both are part of that Association. Perhaps they know of each other from that. I dunno.


          • G Michael says:

            An anonymous source claims to have pics of these two in VERY compromising situation. (Practicing my democrat undercover reporting)


      • paintbrushsage says:

        Rep. Spanberger interviewed a day after her joint op-ed.

        Spanberger: ‘So many troubling threads’ in Trump allegations that full investigation is needed
        Sep 24, 2019


  5. mdmnmdllr says:

    Apply Hanlon’s Razor, please. These interviews, as we all *very* well know, are time-limited and usually have certain things intended to review. That was, is and always will be the case, and obvious from how Ingraham was operating. Nunes in fact got McCord’s name on air, and we shouldn’t let our pique at his inability to do a deep-dive (which he never would’ve been able to do in this setting, anyway) keep us from acknowledging that a) he DID get her name out in connection to this foolishness and b) he visited a bunch of other material as well.

    If we want the deep dive on this, have him go on “Life, Liberty and Levin” again, where we have the option of the long form and the ability for Nunes to explore these things in great detail.

    And besides, what he did not say, the article here went on to provide very well indeed! 😉

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    • I have said this before myself and been repudiated or ignored.
      That said, Laura has much improved from her earlier days when her interruptions were much greater, but I have to admit that last night she seemed to have regressed quite a bit.

      I wonder how much these talk show hosts know that they cannot disclose yet.

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  6. jeans2nd says:

    Ingraham is irrelevant. Waste no more time fussing over her.

    Where is Kashyap Patel now? Sitting right next to Pres Trump, as special assistant to the President on the National Security Council.
    Patel was the one briefing the President on Ukraine, not Vindman, which caused Vindman to start rumors about Patel and most likely retribution. As you said, Vindman started this whole thing off.

    Patel is now suing Politico and others for stories similar to this –

    Recall, Patel was Rep Nunes’ “kicker-in-of-doors,” and if Kash Patel knows something, which he does, Rep Nunes and Pres Trump both know it as well.

    Rep Nunes uses the Ingrahams, the Hannitys, et al, to communicate with us.
    We have networks, too, ya know. It may be as innocuous as Sebastian Gorka appearing on Gov Huckabee’s Nashville show on Sat night (he did).

    Rep Nunes will find another way to get the word out.

    Keep listening

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    • soozala says:

      Agree!! I have long believed that Hannity and Laura graduated from the same school of “guest interviews”…..interrupt, interrupt, interrupt!! LOL Although they eventually get their otherwise ill-reported news out in their own special way, it is SO frustrating and annoying to listen to them walk all over their guests before allowing the guests to speak……and, from some of the guest reactions, I think they are very used to the treatment!!!

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    • Correct. Its our job as the audience to spread the word to increase the signal, so Trump and Barr have the cover to investigate.

      Ingraham and Hannity will pile on wnen it suits them.
      Nunes can and should continue to go on competitors outlet. That will focus Fox’ attention.

      But none happens without the hard work uncovering open source or digging it out, so kud os to SD, Judicial Watch, Bongino, Jeff Carlson, and watch and support Sharyl Atkisson…
      An FBI agent caje forward to provide names. Its beginning, the cracks in the wall…

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      • Not exactly the correct analogy, but F&F got traction when an ATF agent that two gun bloggers had courted, finally came out with facts for Sharyl to publicize.

        I am guessing by Sidney Powells recent move, Bongino’s sourcing, and now the FBI Agent coming out on Spygate to Sharyl, that we are seeing a tidal shift.

        I am sure there is a deep well of outrage among federal agents for their superiors breaking of their Oaths. More will come forward if Trump wins.

        Lets hope.

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      • Or Mollie Hemingway, Kimberly Strassel, etc.

        She has learned the lesson of MeAgain Kelly.


  7. Laura is no Sharyll Atkisson.

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  8. Perot Conservative says:

    How about we call Mary McCord to also testify at the Impeachment hearing?

    Making this clear to the Average Joe Sixpack is tough. A little circle diagram? Same diagram for FusionGPS and Fake Whistleblower.

    Bannon is correct, it could be dynamite TV, but I fear there are unseen ways it could come off the rails … and Swamp rats like Romney and others could provide cover for GOPe resistance. Don’t forget, China & the COC would love him out.


    • luke says:

      Yes this impeachment sham is smoke and mirrors. McConnell will put it down; that is his job. If you have ever heard him describe the roll of the Senate he believes it their job to tamper down political fervor. If witnesses are called this will turn into a 3 ring circus quickly. That may be what Democrats want although they should know by now PDT is the king of chaos. But I digress the lefties are not fast learners.

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      • Raquel says:

        I totally agree with your assessment. The dems have a knack with the deceptive use of smoke and mirrors. The BS that results is eaten up by the uninformed leftist public, and it is analyzed by the news media that dissect it and parse it till it suits their narrative.

        I believe there is no guarantee that the proTrump message can get out without it being defiled in the forest of left leaning ideas. Trump can never vindicate himself with people who refuse to be convinced, even with the truth. At this point in time, I have found that those who are disposed to hate Trump, are difficult to convince of the truth. So what’s the point of dragging this out anymore with a weeks long trial. It would provide the dems with what they want, another public opportunity for more lies and deceptive information.

        I wish that I were wrong. The House public hearings were a showcase for the Republican impeachment heroes. If they could not convince people with all their facts and logical arguments, what can the senate do any differently, even with witnesses that can be rebutted, countered, and deceptively cross-examined? Remember that they do not play fair.

        Maybe I just have impeachment overload. Again, I wish I were wrong and not so pessimistic……

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        • luke says:

          Please don’t be pessimistic Raquel. There is only one thing that will ultimately make leftists and mainly the people that support take inventory. Shaming them will not work as it will be spun to their favor. Arresting them will not work no matter how just as they will blame Trump for committing sins against his enemies. We must crush them in 2020. We have to remain hungry and not get complacent.

          I saw an old friend today that haven’t seen in many years and we exchanged numbers. I don’t suspect he is into politics but I am going to make stab at bringing him into the fold real soon. 😉


  9. chucknorrisrules says:

    I didnt get the impression that Laura was trying to purposely cut off talk about McCord. She had her points she wanted to get in, was even prepared with props, copies of the Parnas notes that she wanted to waive on mock. Sometimes I think Sundance gets a little paranoid. Like with Nikki Haley. Understandable give the actions of the deep state.

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  10. Don L says:

    I recall Laura, Christie, and Coulter, ganging up on Sarah Palin to help Oromney, just as she was about to announce. I trust few people these days in the pundit or political game.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Snellvillebob says:

    Lara Ingram is beginning to resemble Mary McCord.


  12. DiogeneseVindicated says:

    Welcome to tCTH Catherine!


  13. Rick says:

    “could be her typical Hannitus Interruptus style of self-important talking ”

    Well put!

    Laura behaves with overweening pride. I can’t stand her. A disgrace to the Conservative race.

    That said, I would not rule out a connection at this point. Keep digging.

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  14. I rather wish that all of this ‘expertise’ offered on how well or poorly these hosts are doing would be regarded from a little more distance.

    We are in a situation that is either on par with or surpasses the uncharted waters of the colonists breaking from the strong arm of Great Britain in the 1770s.

    Luckily for all of us Trump is a different animal, but that also means that trying to second guess him through the filter of anything in our history is a very sketchy effort.

    Besides that, I think it’s important to note who he trusts with information and interviews. And to remember that he is also teaching a socialist indoctrinated, resigned population to go back and grab the foundational truths of our founders and regain the courage, fortitude and hope that is in all of our DNA.

    If he is no fool then the time he gives to these hosts is given strategically.

    It is INCREDIBLY difficult to get deep and extensive information out on a limited television show. Hannity, Levin and most especially Rush, who refuses to even consider television again, all say that it can be exasperating having the hard breaks that destroy momentum…and guests who want to go off on a new topic, other than the one that was originally the intended direction, can provide real headaches.

    Nunes needs to be invited on again somewhere to expand upon the Mary McCord, but for last night, Laura wanted a different direction. She is allowed to have her initial focus.

    Not for one minute denying that it’s an art that most hosts have not perfected, due in large part to the responsibility to commercial sponsors and timelines.


  15. Moe Grimm says:

    I tell you all this Laura Ingraham is 4th Estate. She would have you believe otherwise, but she thinks this is but a game to be treated like a friendly chess game and it’s “all good” until the next round of words she’s never tasted the true price of and has never paid. I’ve heard her state in relation to cultural marxist serpents, her friends, she often hosts on the rapidly declining Fox cable: “…we go back a long way = X” and has at times referred to meeting them at some high drag watering hole on the Georgetown cocktail circuit for “magaritas” and “hahaha”. Then you see, “it’s all good”. A FRAUD. More than this, when the SHTF, approaching with increasing velocity, does anyone here believe she doesn’t have ready access to a Gulfstream or like aircraft to jet her and her adopted kids away from our Country? Her entire facade would default culminate in a chauffeured trip at high speed from wherever the fk she lives in Mordor to the airport with her adopted kids. Had me fooled for awhile, but no more. I will Fight from where I am with Kith and Kin. Promise.

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    • Moe Grimm says:

      Forgot to add… Good on you Sundance, again, for the many times you have shared the same sentiments as mine. As things continue to spin out of control this 6TH Sense will one day serve us well.

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  16. Yy4u says:

    Laura is the flip side of the media coin, someone so self important as to be deluded as to how she comes across. I cant bear to watch her anymore…stopped when she started interrupting Victor Davis Hanson to give us HER opinion.

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  17. 6x47 says:

    I don’t think Ingraham was trying to protect McCord: She was just interrupting to show that undated note written on hotel stationery.

    I do hope President Trump’s lawyers are prepared to outline this amazingly blatant scheme, with the former Obama people corruptly working to undermine the President and subvert the Constitution. It’s a lot to keep track of: Sundance’s timeline room must look like something from “A Beautiful Mind” with all the photos notes and red strings connecting it all together.

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    • ILOT says:

      I tend to believe those that frequent this site, including me know far too much. Few, even those that pay marginally close attention to the news knows who the heck Mary McCord is let alone her role in the whistleblower charade. The Parnas info was in the news yesterday as part of the most recent release from the shiffsham. It has relevance because it either provides more fodder in the Senate show or leads to the next round of impeachment in HOR. Why we beat up on those in our foxhole so much I’m not sure. Fact is I have VERY little to learn from Hannity or Ingraham so I seldom watch them, period. If they tell me anything, it means I missed something days or even weeks before. Fox is NOT where I get my news or information so I prefer to let the “personalities” do what “personalities” do. There is SOME net value in keeping the less informed…informed and fact is some are entertained along the way.

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      • 6x47 says:

        All very true. BUT Hannity plays a very important role in popularizing information that otherwise would be known only to a few.

        It’s very, very cool that Sundance and CTH are read by big legacy broadcast personalities like Rush and Hannity. Rush has even directly cited CTH posts on air.

        So don’t overlook the importance of the Hannity show.

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  18. ChampagneReady says:

    I’d much rather watch Trish Reagan than Ingraham. She lets the guests expound on whatever they have to say. Then when I REALLY want to get the news, I go to OAN.

    Fox is a shell of what it used to be. And getting worse.

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  19. Kent Hackett says:

    Faux News is the controlled opposition. Ingram, Hannity, Brazile, Williams, Wallace, etc. Two wings of the same vulture.


  20. Jeff says:

    Tucker Carlson is the ONLY reason to watch FNC


  21. Blue Wildflower says:

    We don’t ever watch Fox. One America News if we want to watch news on tv.


  22. mylabs5 says:

    I’ve been thinking about this all day and the tone of the slight on Hannity has really bothered me. Ingraham..not as much because I see her as another Anne Coulter who turns on a dime to get attention. As a side note I find it hilarious that she has D’nesh D’Sousa as a regular when everyone knows that after he dumped her she went to his house, stuck a garden hose in his mail slot on his front door and flooded his house. (Yes it really did happen.) I guess the old adage of politics make strange bedfellows is really true.
    But back to Hannity. While his style is not my style (but neither is Trumps to know the truth), he has been in the trenches on all of this before anyone here has lifted a finger. I heard him back years ago when he outed the Hillary missing emails before they were even on the radar. He was blasted royally for that but it came to pass. No one knew who Sara Carter was until Hannity had her on as a regular. John Soloman couldn’t get the time of day until Hannity backed him. Years of Hannity taking it on the chin while others hid in their corners…anonymously on blogs, he stuck his neck out. How many here have risked that?
    Anyone? He could have walked at any time. But he didn’t. He supported Richard Jewell when everyone else ran for the dug outs. But Hannity was right. Jewell was a hero.
    Over and over again Hannity has stood up, in person and in a very public way for those wrongly accused and most of all for conservatism.
    And through all of this, he has never waivered in his support for Trump…never.
    So when some here (including SD whom I have great respect for his/her efforts) sit back and make snide comments about Hannity’s style, just remember that he out there taking the arrows while the rest sit/sat behind their anonymity and arrogantly cast aspersions.
    OK..I’m ready. Start the deluge.

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    • True, Hannity was the one hammering and banging on the pots and pans about Jeremiah Wright. Constant repetition, although annoying to the “we know, enough already” crowd, it is necessary for those who tune in rarely, or randomly. How many times do we have to witness information reaching the MSM months after the travelers here know all about it.
      So, yes, Hannity performs a great service!

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    • True, Hannity was the one hammering and banging on the pots and pans about Jeremiah Wright. Constant repetition, although annoying to the “we know, enough already” crowd, it is necessary for those who tune in rarely, or randomly. How many times do we have to witness information reaching the MSM months after the travelers here know all about it.
      So, yes, Hannity performs a great service!


  23. rigst4 says:

    I stopped trusting Ingraham a while back. It seems that every time I have time to tune in to one of her shows, I end up seeing her say “well, (so and so) is a nice person, I worked with them back in the day at (insert place) and they were so nice, I don’t know what happened.” It seems like she is trying to cover for their actions and chalk everything up to contentious politics instead of actual criminal conduct, conspiracy and sedition.


  24. Jimmy Jack says:

    Of course impeachment was manufactured out of nothing.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. TwoLaine says:

    Bongino got the memo.


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