Jay Sekulow Presser: Defense Begins Saturday 10am With Three Hour Preview – And Don’t Forget Nellie Ohr…

During a Senate trial break President Trump attorney Jay Sekulow gives a short presser to rebut some of the more egregious disinformation from the House prosecutors.

Sekulow smartly connects the lengthy Schiff prosecution point about foreign interference in U.S. elections to Nellie Ohr, the wife of the third ranking DOJ official, Bruce Ohr, working for Fusion-GPS and Hillary Clinton while contracting with British and Ukraine  officials for an investigation into Donald Trump.  ie. actual foreign interference.


Additionally, on a housekeeping and scheduling note, Sekulow states the Senate has requested an accommodation from the defense to limit opening to 10am-1pm on Saturday.  So the defense segment will begin at 10am tomorrow then break after three hours and resume on Monday January 27th.



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328 Responses to Jay Sekulow Presser: Defense Begins Saturday 10am With Three Hour Preview – And Don’t Forget Nellie Ohr…

  1. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Good grief. What a joke.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      I don’t understand his tip toeing. You South Carolinians, help me here: does Graham normally do well with registered Dems in his state?


      • Triarii says:

        South Carolina has an open primary system where you can vote in any parties primaries. Lindsay Graham is a weak, vacillating, weasel in the Senate that not only abandons GOP causes at the drop of a hat, but joins the “other” side (the one he’s usually on) to offer them the fig-leaf of bipartisanship in the press. That’s why he wins in S. Carolina: Republicans only have his name on the ballot and Democrats sneak into the GOP open primary to vote for a candidate that will sell the GOP out when in office. It’s an effective strategy.

        Liked by 5 people

      • ms doodlebug says:

        Graham always tip-toes across the aisle when the wind changes direction. The rest of the time he can be found sitting on the picket fence.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Amy2 says:

      Lindsey you make me want to vomit! They were prepared?! They were prepared to lie and be disrespectful, which they were, and you just gave them credibility, which in turn, reflects on yours.

      Liked by 11 people

      • rondonmonson says:

        Its politics, the ones who are against this the loudest say that to the reporters and those who feign to be keeping an eye on Trump {Collins and Alaskan chic} can then get the LIMELIGHT by saying the House Presenters were over the top. Everything is calculated now days, EXCEPT Trump, LOL.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Moe Grimm says:

      Sek and Co. better deliver this like BULLS. The only one that seems to have this in him is Jay Sek himself. It damn sure won’t be Starr or that D.C. wannabe Bondi.


  2. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Bet it goes up tomorrow and Monday.

    Liked by 9 people

    • California Joe says:

      Schiff swore publicly on TV a dozen times that he saw absolute proof that President Trump colluded with the Russians and was a stooge of Putin. He was lying! Sekulow should play a composite video of Schiff to the Senate and watch him squirm!

      Liked by 3 people

    • tucker7518 says:

      None of the contestants on Jeopardy when shown a picture of Adam Schiff didn’t know who he was.


      • “None of the contestants…didn’t know who he was.”

        Let me put this politely. The use of the double negative, because of its frequent usage among the common, working folk throughout history, probably goes back to the very beginning of history, or even further back. In ancient Egypt, we note the usage of doubled signs, “determinatives”, meant only to emphasize the presence of a sound, not to actually pronounce it twice. Many doubled letters in modern words no doubt originated in such emphasizing textual (not spoken) reiteration.

        And, again in Egypt but also worldwide, if one goes back far enough, texts (whether written or chiselled) were priestly and meant to be sacred, and “eternal”. So it got to be a habit, over millennia, if you were Serious (amen) in your use of words, or closely admiring or copying of the ways of acolytes (and who wasn’t, at one desperate and depressing time or another, through the millennia of invasions, conquests, and scattering of one’s whole civilization) to use doubled expressions, especially doubled symbols, to indicate great emotional intent (“ain’t” comes to mind here, as a counterexample of an emphasized negative, in which not doubling but elision, or omitting, is used, to emphasize the “n’t” or “not” part, and also letting it represent both “is/are not” and “have not” — but We Digress).

        The point being, the double negative has a long, long history, and when we’re excited, we allow ourselves to lapse into it. But as Buffy the Vampire Slayer famously said, “That would be WRONG.”

        As for the above article: The Democrats are entirely the Insane Left, since 2008 (Bush drove them crazy; I assure you, having voted Democrat myself after Nixon, until 2008 when I saw in Obama what America had done to itself over the last 50 odd years, while I had been focused on my science.) The ancients used lions; the French tried guillotines…the real trick, in dealing with insane barbarians/misanthropists, is to not let them get so far in the first place. But we blew it on that point, and now we have the LeftischeStag (like the Reichstag, get it?). Hercules diverted two, not just one but two, whole rivers to clean out the Augean Stables. These, of course, are just a few examples of possible solutions now. Or you can let the “system” work (that would be McConnell, and Barr — AIEE! — just to remind you how well THAT will go).


  3. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 4 people

  4. All hell is fixing to break loose. Release the Kracken!

    Liked by 8 people

  5. Allano says:

    Everybody with a brain knows that Nellie Ohr was the author of the dossier. Geees idiots.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. mefotobug says:

    Listening to Sekulow. One concern/question. He refers to B. Ohr as the #3 at the FBI. Wasn’t he actually at the DOJ and not at the FBI? I’m hearing this about the 4min mark, although he repeats it several times. Just concerned as the facts they cite need to be factual…or little details like this will be exploited by the opposition…

    Liked by 6 people

  7. simplewins says:

    POTUS will be on Laura tonight at 10.


  8. jus wundrin says:

    The President has some rock stars on his legal team and it appears that a vast majority of repub senators are on board (by fear?), but there is something really nagging at the back of my mind about justice roberts……

    Liked by 2 people

  9. WPZ says:

    Not much concern here for the timing of the defense’s presentation in terms of when and who will watch.
    Almost none of the defense will be reported in the media. Your screens will go dark.
    No one’s going to see it no matter how brilliantly it’s executed.
    Coronavirus will be the lead news story beginning shortly and will only end when the Democrats demand docs and witnesses.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Ackman419 says:

    Don’t forget the analogies to a monarch, or king, that Schiff presented.
    AS IF!
    PDJT may be viewed as a William Wallace, taking on Longshanks fascist forces early in the Scottish rebellion, but I prefer to view PDJT as a Robert The Bruce.


  11. X XYZ says:

    RE Nellie…
    It’s eerily amazing how some things from the distant past fit the present so well.

    “Run for the Round House, Nellie” – They can’t corner you there.


  12. Ackman419 says:

    This upcoming week will be our playoff game.
    We will own the football for the entire second half.
    We might go into OT, but I doubt we lose any ground in going there.
    If anything, OT would expose more corruption.
    OT ends in sudden death though, so a small worry there. Minuscule

    This boomerang could hit them right in the small part of the brain.


  13. Ono says:

    Donkey show is over…

    Let the rodeo begin…

    We have got a good look at the clowns.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. OmegaManBlue says:

    At 1:40 in, is that Sen. Leahy with a camera taking pictures of Jay?


  15. CNN_sucks says:

    I did not watch the diatribe of slob Nadler and meth Schifty but I will watch Jay Sekulow.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. ezgoer says:

    So Weasel Mitch cuts the President’s defense team time from 8 hours to 3 on Day 1. Do they get the 5 hours added back the next 2 days? Probably not. Weasel Mitch hard at work helping the Fascist Dems as usual.


    • TarsTarkas says:

      They still have 24 hours per rules. Five hours added to next week’s schedule. Better optics for the rebuttal team to have more time during a weekday.


    • All Too Much says:

      A basic rule in a jury trial is to be the last lawyer heard, before the jury breaks for a weekend, if you can manage it. The three hours tomorrow is perfect for the senators, and public, to be presented with a strong outline of what’s coming. No one will be bored. Sekulo’s interview points to great three hour presentation.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dad's son says:

      No, I’m not worried about the 3-hour Saturday.
      I’m not sure everyone understands yet how concussed the Fossils of the Senate are, after being subjected to 3 days of Adam Schiff Assault.

      Even the Democrats now want this gone. And I guarantee that at least 50% of the Democrats now actually hate and despise Adam Schiff.

      Were I a senator, there’s no way I could not have withstood Schiff’s merciless, OCD onslaught without standing up and rebelling from sheer mental and physical pain, being confined with nothing but water and milk and candy, like some luxury middle-school after-hours detention.

      I guarantee that a significant percentage of this septu-octogenarians were pushed far past their breaking point by Schiff, and they stayed in the room only out of stubborn, ossified curmudgeonness.

      I think that Schiff singlehandedly killed the impeachment with his insane extrapolations.

      As David Lee Roth sang in “Mean Street”

      “It’s all over but the shouting!”

      In fact – Adam Schiff, THIS SONG IS DEDICATED TO YOU!!!!
      “Mean Street” – Van Halen (1981) (Italian TV)
      Read the words, Adam, and weep!


  17. deeperinfo says:

    President Trump should have the right to demand documents: how can the House refuse to release the Atkinson deposition?
    New witnesses? How about we hear what all the old witnesses said first.

    Liked by 4 people

    • All Too Much says:

      —President Trump should have the right to demand documents: how can the House refuse to release the Atkinson deposition?==

      Great point. Its a win-win demand POTUs can make.
      Win if the transcript is released, and as big to bigger win if the demand is rejected.


  18. PileOfBrass says:

    Just ruminating here on the last comment….yes, why shouldn’t the Senate hear from ALL of the witnesses that Shiff and Nadler summoned, including the testimonies they haven’t released. Since it is unlikely that they would release them does the Senate have to subpoena the transcripts from the House? Has that ever happened? Can or should that happen? After the House Managers want the “truth”. Before any new witness or documents are considered they should have access to everything the House had. Should the President’s team demand that under discovery? Should the Dems have to provide it under the Brady rules (yea, like with Flynn). As I said just ruminating….

    Liked by 1 person

    • All Too Much says:

      Make the demand, tomorrow during the hearing, regardless of the authority to enforce it.
      If transcripts, especially Atkinson’s (sp?) released, great. If the demand is rejected, maybe better; the Dem’s refusing to release testimony would be a nice win.


  19. Retired IG says:

    FINALLY. Someone speaking sense. Thank you Jay S. I don’t know what the gestation period is, but I am thinking tonight that I am elephant that is FINALLY going into labor starting 25-Jan-2020 after three forking LONG years. I have to trust in nature.that this baby, so full of truth, is going to be born healthy and strong,

    Liked by 1 person

    • All Too Much says:

      –going into labor starting 25-Jan-2020 after three forking LONG years.=

      Nellie Ohr’s prominence in Sekulo’s comments gave me the same feeling. America is about the hear the truth, with the Ohr’s providing the introduction. C’mon, baby. Be born.

      Liked by 1 person

  20. Han Solo says:

    If we planned this right, we would be working on a 3 hour video to release to the press rebutting main arguments of the impeachment clown managers…release it…then spend a couple of hours and let that sit for the weekend until Mon.


  21. Ackman419 says:

    This will be glorious!


  22. gda53 says:

    Let’s hope Jordan Sekolow is just a background guy working the projector or giving out handouts.

    Tell me he will not be presenting.

    I actually think this 3 hour opening will works to our advantage. They’ll be slavering for more Monday. PDJT should go on Monday and instead of milk he should get served an ice-cream float – with 2 scoops!

    Ratings would shoot to the moon.


  23. boomerbeth says:

    Quid pro Joe’s bus, ”Malarky” just skidded off the the Bixby Bridge in Big Sur

    A re-make, “Its a mad mad mad mad world, 2.0” is in the works. (Hannity is exec producer)
    It’s a split screen adventure: the 100 member Senate listening intently to a psychopath lecturing them with a stern grimace, as the Biden tour bus, while also listening to the presentation on the radio, drives over the cliff into the Pacific Ocean…….


  24. Willy Nilly says:

    What if the Dims just don’t show, does that mean no quorum and nobody gets to defend PDJT?


  25. TwoLaine says:

    Remember, this is NPR…

    Pompeo explodes at NPR reporter, asks if she could find Ukraine on a map
    by Laura Kelly
    24 Jan 2020

    “The secretary has been accused of failing to protect Yovanovitch from a smear campaign spearheaded by Giuliani. He has also been implicated in green-lighting Giuliani’s shadow foreign policy in Ukraine, with U.S. Ambassador to the E.U. Gordon Sondland testified that “everyone was in the loop.”

    Kelly asked Pompeo if he tried to block Giuliani’s efforts in Ukraine.

    “The Ukraine policy has been run from the Department of State for the entire time that I have been here,” Pompeo responded. “I’ve been clear about that, I know exactly what we were doing, I know precisely what the direction our State Department gave to our officials around the world about how to manage our Ukraine policy.””

    Read more:


  26. Ray says:

    I watched ABC reporters spinning it into something unrecognizable. If you did not watch the actual live session you would never know how in a few minutes all of Schiffs points were decisively and succinctly shown to be false.


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