Rudy Giuliani: “I Won’t Stand By and Watch”….

President Trump personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani appears on Fox and Friends to discuss the scale and scope of corruption he has identified within the story of how Joe Biden and Hunter Biden laundered money from Ukraine for their own financial interests.

Giuliani highlights a January 2016 meeting in the White House between Eric Ciaramella (2020 CIA Whistle-blower) while on the National Security Council, and several members from the former Ukraine government, where the Obama administration and Ukraine officials entered into an agreement to frame dirt against Donald Trump and his campaign.

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Rudy Giuliani Website Launch HERE

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.

THIS IS THE KEY.

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:

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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 to serve dual purposes: (1) Remove President Trump, and (2) protect the crew who were using Ukraine as a proxy political venue and source of financial gain.

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 Intelligence Committee.  Mrs. McCord then helps Ciaramella create a fraudulent whistle-blower complaint and submit via her former colleague, now Intelligence Community Inspector General, Michael Atkinson….

…And that’s how this entire Impeachment operation gets started.

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247 Responses to Rudy Giuliani: “I Won’t Stand By and Watch”….

  1. Amazing how thin on the ground the facts are these bozos have put forward given all of the access they have. Providential, some might say.

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    • MelH says:

      Interesting how they all look like Losers before we’ve even read the charges against them.

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    • Jederman says:

      I agree 100%. More than the fact that our country has finally crossed the “peaceful transfer of power” rubicon is the brazen fact that it’s without any proof of wrongdoing doing. One set up after another, constructed from the flimsiest of lies.

      There is only one way on this planet they have been able to pull it off so far: a cravenly corrupt American “press.” Without the coordinated support of the msm/press we would not be here now.

      An ethical press would have followed the truth and called out the dem lies thereby providing the check on the dem penchant for blatant lies and false accusations. If PT does ANYTHING during his second term he/FCC needs to re-look the Fairness Doctrine and give our side (at least) our 50% of the American airwaves.

      Why are the globalist DS/socialist entitled to full access to our resources to mislead and divide this country?

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    • theoldgoat says:

      It is a testimony of their arrogance and the belief, unfortunately most likely true, that there will be zero consequences for doing these evil works.
      The left and certain Republicans have benefited in their corruption. When do these slime ever seem to be indicted for anything, let alone face consequences for their actions? It’s rare as hen’s teeth.
      The only positive is they keep using the same play book, after all, it led to the Herr Mueller “investigation”, why not use it again with different characters, the star of which can be thinly kept from having to come forward because he is a “whistle-blower” even though everything he knows is hearsay, and it isn’t even factual hearsay, it’s fabrication created by Vindman.
      These people truly are evil.

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      • I would agree with you that nothing would be done if Jeb! were President, but he is not.

        Patience folks! I know it’s hard, but let the net fill up, can’t we see these stupid and truly evil people are doing the work for us?

        They are destroying themselves as they can’t learn the first rule of holes, folks…

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  2. (i.e. the lack of evidence speaks to the remarkable lack of corruption…)

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  3. Pedro Morales says:

    Too difficult for the sheeple to follow. Rudy needs a specific illegal act. Find out Atkinson’s compromise and leverage it. There is an 8 month window for Barr and Durham prior to the 2020 elections. NEED PLEAS OR CONVICTIONS. SOON!

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    • JImmy says:

      Also remember that delay is not an option for another reason. You will see dems will soon starting saying that durham investigation result should not be published until election as it may interfere or influence election. You know how sacred the election is and it must be protected. How about putting 63 millin trump voters to isolation so that they are no longer brain washed by such conspiracy theories? You may hear that too! Just kidding.

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      • theoldgoat says:

        Delay is always the name of the game. It worked for Hillary to a degree with Benghazi. Then they spin it as being “old news”, or debunked, or it was so long ago.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      Rudy needs to follow Alinsky Rules: pick a target and personalize it. He’s giving out too many names and facts.

      Rudy also should concentrate on job titles, not names. Ukrainian names sound like “bla-bla” to American ears.
      It doesn’t help that Ambassador Yovanovitch was American.

      Rudy, stick to the Bidens, for now. Let Joe’s big mouth, and Hunter’s small brain, be their doom.

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      • Gosh Raptors, you should write to Rudy and tell him what to do! Stat!

        /s

        I think we should let Rudy be Rudy, and President Trump be President Trump. They’ve done pretty well so far, in life and with what’s currently going on.

        I swear the condescending actions of the faux news actors at times must be wearing off on people. Ignore them, did you hear the AUDIENCE? Seemed to me they “got it”!

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Pedro, have you listened to Rudy’s Episode 1 on his website and youtube channel?
      If not, you must. Episode 1 is absolutely positively NOT too difficult. Rudy does go a wee bit too far in the weeds at one point, but otherwise it is an excellent presentation of facts.

      And Deplorables are definitely NOT sheeple.
      For shame, you saying that.

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  4. Mike in a Truck says:

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  5. Elric VIII says:

    “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” ― Edmund Burke

    It’s past time to do something.

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  6. Perot Conservative says:

    Follow the money. New progressive fraud book out by the author of Clinton Cash.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Bubby says:

      What legal consequences for the Clinton’s came out of the “Clinton Cash” book? Will this book be any different? Seriously? Sundance lays all the fraud and corruption out so an old man like me can understand and what has happened to the main players in the coup/impeachment? Nothing. Isn’t Vindman still at the White House or has he been transferred like Ambassador Yuvonavich? They’re laughing at us as they continue the coup attempt through the impeachment trial in the Senate. Don’t think the Democrats won’t convince enough Republicans to call for witnesses to tie the impeachment up in courts over executive privilege for months as they continue to manufacture false allegations of illegalities by President Trump! I’m disgusted!

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      • Mr. Morris says:

        The man who likes to be referred as Lt. Col. Vindman hired an attorney with the expensive Boies Law Firm. I have a feeling the handler for the “whistleblower” is not really laughing. I wonder who is paying the attorney.

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        • theoldgoat says:

          I just don’t see any of these evil people being brought to justice. Comey is still out there telling the world he was vindicated, and no word on any of his crimes being indicted, the only word released was they were giving him a pass. They “hire” costly lawyers, probably through Lawfare, and wait for the dust to settle.

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    • Jeff says:

      Interview with Mark Levin on his Sunday TV show day after tomorrow.

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  7. repsort says:

    you can hear the frustration in Rudy’s voice as he tries to expose the depth of corruption he’s uncovered… is this the best way to go about it? To dump on on some podcast? Or is this the ONLY way he can find to get anyone to take it serious? Does this mean that Barr is a corrupt/worthless AG? Why would he not be banging Rudy’s door down trying to get this evidence?

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    • Gavin Kirk says:

      I was thinking the same thing. As much as I want to believe Barr is a straight shooter it could be that some of Rudy’s material is suspect or incomplete and Barr is already skating on thin ice investigating the deep state. Ukraine and Biden corruption could be a sideshow Barr doesn’t have the bandwidth (or strength) to take on. If Rudy is wrong then expect to see the Biden’s try to sue him or confront him in a court of law. Time will tell.

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      • Eaglemom says:

        Rudy is starting to get on my last nerve. i don’t trust his Ukrainian associates Parnas and Fruman and question his judgement in getting so close to these guys. During an interview on the Laura Ingraham show Rudy even stated that he was the godfather to Parnas’ daughter. I think Rudy was played. But what really annoys me is that Rudy brought these two into President Trump’s orbit.

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        • Dee says:

          If you get OAN they have a 3 hour special on this, it answers a lot of your questions. True the American legal community does not seem interested.

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        • Seneca the Elder says:

          Eagle mom- I love Rudy and will never forget the job he did in bringing back NY City when it was just about on its last legs. I think that he is 100% loyal to our President Trump too and would never wittingly betray him or his family.

          That being said, I often find it difficult to hear him speak and carry on the way he does. I got the feeling when he was with Doocey and the others that they were barely tolerating him, almost like they were going to make fun of him. Put it this way- they were not respectful. I don’t know exactly what it is, but Rudy needs to be reminded of an old saying ” Zeal should not outrun discretion.”

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    • Dutchman says:

      repsort,
      YES, he has been banging away, and NO ONE is listening.
      He broadcast on OANN, and nobody ‘picked it up’.
      They are deriding him as a kook, with unsubstantiated conspiracy theories, debunked (they never say by WHO?)
      and he is screaming it from the rafters.

      And Pompeo has been SOS, during the time State was blocking the Visas, and BARR has been AG, during the time Rudy TOOK this info to DOJ.

      He just SAID that, check the dates.
      And PUHLEASE, stop saying Barr/Durhams “gonna get em”!

      Fred flies free, and will continue to, since his demise is contingent on Barr/Durham prosecuting the coupists.

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    • Let Rudy’s attitude soak in with the People. WE, the People. Let millions more learn the stuff you learn here, they AREN’T in the know like those who read here.

      And for goodness sake, let President Trump be President Trump and run the show his way, he is fully aware of everything, to think he’s not is foolish. He will drop the Atomic Hammer of Consequence when it’s time… on HIS time schedule.

      If we think the rollercoaster ride is tough now, buckle the blank up, we ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

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  8. If President Trump’s legal team doesn’t make this argument, it should only be because they don’t want to give the DOJ’s case away … yet.

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    • repsort says:

      Trust the plan!
      HAH

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      • MelH says:

        repsort, when I read your comment, I was in the midst of thinking how many times I’ve read Giuliani is the BEST lawyer there is, and we all KNOW our President is a genius, so what a couple they make! If YOU were DJT, you would want revenge, no doubt about it. He WILL get revenge , and Rudy is helping him, in spades. Timing is everything!

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  9. Doppler says:

    Rudy’s podcast can be found by searching Rudy Giuliani Common Sense podcast. 35 minutes, it is well done as his argument for the President and why, as a legal and constitutional matter, the articles should be dismissed for failing to state an impeachable offense. As to the proof that Biden and Obama corruptly did in 2016 what Schiff alleges Trump was doing with his phone call, I.e., seeking foreign assistance in an election, he puts that off to following episodes, with strong hints/promises the evidence will be shocking.

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  10. Nigella says:

    Love ya’ Rudy, but we have to have hard evidence

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    • Many convictions have been attained with circumstantial evidence. Why should Joe Biden be immune?

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      • Snellvillebob says:

        We have a video of Joe Biden bragging that he successfully bribed the Ukrainian president. That is all the hard evidence we need. He is doomed unless he can threaten or bribe Bill Barr. The day he is no longer running for president he should be arrested as a sign that there is hope for the FBI and DOJ.

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        • antiqueiron says:

          Why wait until he’s no longer running? Being a candidate for office gives you no special privileges. All this criminal activity for the last twelve years (and longer) and not ONE arrest. President Trump has been in office for three years, and not one arrest. Not one swamp rat has been drained. So far. They’re all still there, plotting the next outrageous atrocity against Trump. It’s always “wait until the (insert name) investigation is done. Then we’ll see all hell break loose. Then what? Nothing happens. Lather, rinse, repeat. This must be stopped, once & for all, now. No more waiting. No more patience. No more talk. Action now. Not waiting until after the election. Major perp walks now.

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    • markone1blog says:

      Hasn’t the Democrats’ case been all about “it’s not the nature of the evidence, but the seriousness of the accusations?”

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    • Mean Ol' Man says:

      Ridiculous… You think these guys are going to make video recordings of their meetings and leave it on the doorstep. You don’t need “HARD EVIDENCE” to start an investigation. He has more than enough evidence.

      Hang’m

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      • Dutchman says:

        Rudy has already said, he has sworn depositions, video taped, plus documents tracing the $ trail, to SHOW money laundering (one of the charges against Manafort, IIRC) and is building the case against not just Joe, but many others feeding at the Ukraine slop trough.

        And Rudy doesn’t say he has evidence, that he doesn’t,have. After all, he’s NOT Schiff!

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  11. Bill says:

    What is with these people eyes??!!

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  12. skinner says:

    Kilmeade making sure he keeps his job…weasel

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    • grumpyqs says:

      Wondering if Fox has a “Hannity Overtalk” disease running thru a lot of their male hosts. In this one, Ainsley has class and grace as usual, but Doocie and Kilmeade are squirming like snakes trying to interrupt Rudy, but he gets louder and keeps going. I enjoy watching Ainsley, Maria or Harris; but turn off Doocie, Hannity, Leland and a few other flunkies.

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    • You may have misspelled crap weasel.

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  13. Bogeyfree says:

    And AG Barr said they haven’t even begun to look into Ukraine!

    When are Americans going to press our Attorney General?

    A frickin impeachment of the President of United States that centers all around a fraudulent Ukrainian phone call claim by a never seen whistleblower and then when a packet of Ukraine evidence is provided to the government from Rudy it seemingly goes no where and yet the world has seen a video where it seems like a quid pro quo is admitted and again NOTHING!!

    NO ACTION.

    President Trump it is time to make a change.

    Americans deserve, truth, justice and transparency and someone with a little more pep in their step!

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      You keep hearing dems trying to claim that Barr is compromised and must recuse himself. Of course that’s nonsense but the enemedia is a powerful pretender. They pretended nothing into a special counsel. And now they’ve pretended nothing into a real impeachment trial in the Senate. By avoiding the issue of Ukraine, Barr is preventing the dems from making it an issue. After impeachment, then we’ll see what Barr does.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Yup after this and after that blah blah time passes and Barr is still blowing his pipes. WTH has he been doing. To ME his nonchalant attitude says it all. That interview where he mentions he hasn’t even gotten to Ukraine, and Wray is doing a good job tells me over and over that Barr needs to “odjebi” not good vibes from him coming across to me. It has been 6 months since the Ukraine govna and it has been the center of attention to remove the best President ever and Barr is not even there yet. Odjebi again Billy Barr.

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      • Snellvillebob says:

        Recuse as the Senators running for the Democratic nomination to face President Trump in November should have? Oh, that’s right, Democrats are above the law so they project that also on President Trump alone with Russia…

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        • littleanniefannie says:

          How many times lately have we heard No one is above the law? I want to see all 10 fingers, all 10 toes and also hear what they mumble under their breath (like except Democrats).
          That statement is definitely projection. For the life of me I cannot understand how any sane person cannot see the absolute corruption of the Democrats!!

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    • Bradley says:

      I think Barr is doing what is needed. Consider what he is facing. First and foremost you have the central issue in Spygate. That in itself is huge and has tentacles across his own organization. Then he has the Awan case. He has Uranium One. Seth Rich. Ukraine is connected with Spygate for sure but it also has a life of its own with the Bidens and Burisma and a whole web of money laundering and corruption.

      The question for Barr is how many of your people do you really, really trust to get in the trenches for you? How many are conflicted or corrupt or paralyzed by fear of the system? How fast can they get this all done?

      They need to get Spygate, the framing of Trump done and done right with Durham and his core group. If that gets screwed up everything goes haywire. From there, you gain steam and can begin to nail down some of the other corruption. You go to war with all of them at once- you may just lose.

      I like that Rudy is out there digging and bringing attention to this outside of the DOJ so that there is enough publicity on it where Barr can say- “Hey we are compelled to look at this” without getting pummeled as a partisan Trump wingman.
      As Barr said: “These things take time.”

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      • antiqueiron says:

        Barr could have lightened the load by dropping the charges on Flynn. Why is he still withholding documents? Why hasn’t he stopped the FBI from continuing on with their shenanigans? He hasn’t even cleaned up his own office! He’s a fatter version of Sessions.

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      • nimrodman says:

        “Then he has the Awan case. He has Uranium One. Seth Rich. Ukraine is connected with Spygate for sure but it also has a life of its own …”

        What assurance do we have that Barr is even working on Awans, Uranium One, or Seth Rich?

        Have there been published articles where he says so?

        There’ve been readouts on Awans (court case determined, fines?, back to Paki) and Uranium One (Huber concluded no charges and closed up shop)

        Seth Rich is in limbo as far as we know. Has DOJ sought to question him?

        I’m not sure I see Barr working on any of these. They’re a laundry list of things WE’d like to see investigated, but wishes aren’t horses.

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  14. I’m hope Rudy gets this Biden investigation rolling, but I bet Bill Barr will stonewall it.

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  15. BigTalkers says:

    Ouestion…

    Is it known that VP Biden was working exclusively for his own account, or could he possibly also have been someone else’s designated “bag man?”

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      I believe that Hunter Biden didn’t get to keep all the money. A lot of it got kicked back to….. good question. Who eventually got the bulk of the money?

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    • dpplr@sbcglobal.net says:

      Go back and watch Biden’s boast about getting Shokin fired. He says he gave them the ultimatum, they said, “you’re not the president,” he said, “Call him.” “six hours. SOB he was fired.” So built right into his boast to the CFR, Biden asserts that Obama was backing him. Obama has never denied doing so. In his podcast, Rudy says he will shortly reveal in a coming podcast episode that many other corrupt Dems were getting lots of money through Ukraine.

      So I think the plan is to hold the evidence close to the chest, see if the Senate takes witnesses, and, if so, nail Joe and Hunter and others with the damning evidence Rudy has collected. Or if, as Rudy urges for constitutional reasons, the Senate dismisses for failure to state an impeachable offense, roll out all the evidence on top of the humiliation of the House for having not been able to state an impeachable offense. Just my speculation.

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      BigTalkers, does it matter if he was a designated bag man? He knew what he was doing was wrong and against the law yet he did it anyway, nobody held a gun to his stupid head. Someone evil and corrupt will look for someone that is corrupt as well and there you go Joe is the man. Obummer and many others all had their hands out to get as much as possible. Banditos we call them. No excuses.Now that an honest President wants to look at corruption, especially Ukraine, known to most with a brain cell as being at the top, they are all pooping their pants. Go get them Rudy may God be with you at all times.

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  16. joeknuckles says:

    They all should swing from nooses.

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  17. L. E. Joiner says:

    OK, Rudy is convincing. So why doesn’t he go to Bill Barr and lay all this out?

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  18. paper doll says:

    The difficulty is it’s not just Biden, it’s everyone in Congress. They all have a doofus Hunter getting a ton of dough for doing nothing.

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  19. RJ says:

    Let me see…I go to Washington, DC as an elected official from a state–bring with me a net worth of about 1 million dollars (most likely a former lawyer) where I spend less than 12 years of service whereupon I leave after having cashed my $150,000 +/- paychecks, return to my home state with a net worth of 25 million +/-, along family members who are all doing rather fine…really fine.

    How did I do it, you ask? Brains, baby, I’ve got brains!

    Once I realized that I was really a “gate keeper” I then looked out at who wanted to come through my gate. I then realized there were a bunch of people who really wanted to pass through my gate and they brought cash with them to make sure they got through. They left the cash on my watch with me as they passed through.

    I did not give them a receipt, but I did say “thank you very much…my new best friends!”

    That’s the American way…baby! I am a national politician feeding at a special trough you little people refuse to see…you are some real dummies!

    Rudy intends to change that perspective, I am on his team! “Get woke now!”

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    • Jeff says:

      My thought is that Congress has always been corrupt and on the take. Even Mark Twain noted it back in the mid-1800’s, when he wrote, “The only distinctly American criminal class is Congress.”
      The people have known it too, but it seems that most were willing to look the other way, as long as the country remained stable and headed more or less in the right direction. That’s understandable, it’s the old “As long as the trains run on time” principle.
      But something seem to have broke, in the late 1950’s on through the 60’s, where those we elected started working against the interests of the US and her people. Slowly over time, as they got their people into key (unelected) positions, they became more and more brazen about it, until we arrive at today, when they openly and unashamedly advocate for the overthrow of our society as founded.
      When was the turning point? What was the trigger that started this cascade? I don’t know. It’s been a topic of lifelong rumination for me, and I can’t point to any one single item or event and say, “That’s the one.” I have my suspicions, but nothing more. Some of those suspicions occasionally dwell upon Senator McCarthy and his interesting chapter in American history.
      “Further deponent sayeth not.”

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  20. Tony D says:

    This article is a home run. Ty

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  21. Michael Kunz says:

    Wow! Just hope your back is covered all ways to Christmas Rudi!

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  22. cdor1 says:

    “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.”

    I have never understood how Adam Schiff has such control over this vital evidence. I also never understood why everyone (almost) is afraid to say the name of this so-called whistleblower. Anonymity is not a part of whistleblowing. It is the antithesis of it.

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    • Don McAro says:

      Not anymore….One would think that all evidence has to go along with the articles of impeachment

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      How does Schiff have control over what was released? What HR1 didn’t give him HR660 did. The Pelosi Gestapo via Lawunfair written legislation changed the operation of the House so the minority had no power. A little amazing that the black members of the Democrat House went along with it, especially John Lewis. It directly goes against what he said he marched against in the 60s. Guess the real meaning should have been—as long as I’m not being victimized, it’s okay to run over, use and abuse others. Guess that’s why you didn’t go to the inauguration Congressman Lewis. You likely already knew there was a plan in place to railroad Trump the way many blacks were railroaded in the 50s and 60s so you’re cool with that?

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    • twingirls (@twingirls49) says:

      I recall that Mary McCord was also one of the DOJ officials that advised Sessions to recuse himself.

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  23. Craig W. Gordon says:

    Zzzz… I’m falling asleep waiting for real legal action from AG Barr. All talk and no action so far.

    Justice delayed is justice denied. People lose hope when things get pushed back in time. Others tune out and forget about the end game truth like the recent news of FISA and Carter Page.

    Something is wrong.

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    • Dee says:

      I do wonder if the DOJ admitting to the FISA abuse is Barr forcing it out in bits that low info voters might understand. Then the cases that stemmed from it start to fall apart. Then a smattering of small fish arrested and then he calls it good end of term go home and rest. New election and everyone forgets and moves on and once again American get the shaft.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Barr had NOTHING to do with the,DOJ admitting two fisa warrants had no basis.
        After the IG report, specifically on that scumbag changing the email, Boasburg ordered the DOJ to file a motion.

        The filing was a responce to that order.
        The,DOJ could commit perjury, and a fraud upon the court, or they could fess up.
        The IG report had something to do with it, so only if you agree Barr had something to do with the IG report, can you say he had something to do with this court filing.
        Ground control to Major Tom,….

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    • antiqueiron says:

      Yep. We still don’t have an AG. Three, freakin’ years. I recall such high hopes back then. I fully expected the clintons to be in jail by summer 2017. I now have zero hope that will ever happen.

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  24. Stan says:

    Simply put – one can easily see the “time line” of future events: Barr is FIRED and Rudy is named as acting Attorney General – and Barr is prosecuted for malfeasance. And .. I’ll leave it at that.

    Times UP Ruby Ridge Bill – you had your chance, but you chose to cover up for your criminal “friends”. Anyone paying attention knows Mueller was Granny’s mule for Uranium samples to Putin in 2009 – and they all pocketed MILLIONS in graft.

    In God We Trust

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    • Peppurr says:

      Is there a time limit for being an acting AG?

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      • nimrodman says:

        I won’t look it up just now, but somewhere on the order of 220 days is a cobweb strand in my advanced-middle-age failing memory

        (scroll upthread to see me fail to recall Julian Assange’s name, I finally had to google on a couple keywords)

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        • nimrodman says:

          … but I also seem to recall that the temp appointment can be renewed one or more times – that’s what people were advocating with the temp guy before Barr, Matt-something?

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  25. Zy says:

    Sundance, I would just open tomorrow’s hearing by reading this article verbatim.

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  26. JohnCasper says:

    Sidebar: where’s Sidney Powell’s “bombshell” ?

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  27. Alfred Barnes says:

    Put Schiff on the stand, and when he lies, nail him to the wall.

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  28. gunrunner03 says:

    Incredible that they continue to get away with this activity. Republican leadership in the Senate sits on their hands, the DoJ plays the bagpipes, and even the pro-Trump media cannot pick-up on this.

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    • gawntrail says:

      The corruption in our system, FED, State, and Local, is deep and wide. There is no immunity other than character. Politicians at any level with character are a rare breed. So many compromised themselves to get where they are that the corruption is the norm. Its just the way the sausage is made.

      Make no mistake, it’s not revenge he’s after. It’s a reckonin’. -Doc Holliday (Tombstone)

      Make no mistake, it’s not revenge we’re after. It’s a reckonin’. -Modern American Patriots

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      • nimrodman says:

        “The corruption in our system, FED, State, and Local, is deep and wide. There is no immunity other than character.”

        Yep

        “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People.
        It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

        – John Adams

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    • Peppurr says:

      They’re sitting on their hands because many of them are compromised. And I’m even wondering how far Hannity can go with this, if at all. Remember, Paul Ryan is on the board at FOX.

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  29. Mean Ol' Man says:

    AG Barr was sent in to talk the talk and slow roll results. This is ‘THE’ Bush guy. Slow roll it till the anger rises, then push it down with leaked propaganda to calm the lynch mob. “Calm down morons, real law takes time.”

    I don’t care about REAL LAW… I want my country back!

    Million Gun March on DC
    and Hang’m all

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    • amazed treetop downlooker says:

      TEN MILLION….PLUS, PLUS, PLUS…..CONTROL 150 mile radius of Ditrict of Criminals….AFTER FIRST cutting off all food & fuel supplies for 3-4 weeks to the swamp !

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  30. Okay, it’s Friday — where’s Sidney Powell’s ‘bombshell’ evidence?

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  31. kleen says:

    Lindsey Graham is part of the corruption. McCain was part of the Russia Hoax framing. So was his Bff LG.

    That’s why the Senate has been pretending to be dumb and incompetent. They pretend to be trying to do something at the same time avoid the truth at all cost.

    They need to get reelected, so they can’t simply expose themselves. They have to say what the dump sheep who keeps voting these frauds wants to hear.

    PLEASE, SOMEBODY PRIMARY THIS CORRUPT DEMOCRAT PLANT OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    He is up for reelection. Our side needs to get organized and go for it.

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    • RC23321 says:

      Any senator who is completely against witnesses is suspect and Lindsey has always been against them even saying at one point that he was “going to tell the President No on his request for witnesses”.

      WTF?!? Then you look at his lack of action as chairman of the SJC. He’s CLEARLY a traitor.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Every time I hear his name I think of Graham crackers, and I don’t trust that man. Look at his sly smile while he is lying, which is most of the time. I believe the President has his number and trolls him along with other Rino’s and Dems alike. Shame on these politicians, do they really think the people are stupid and don’t get their govna they spew?

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    • Heika says:

      YES!!! CORRECT 200% (is that possible?)

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  32. 1stgoblyn says:

    Glenn Beck has done a lot of investigative work on Ukraine. All you have to do is go to YouTube and search for Glenn Beck Ukraine Scandal and there ya are. I think this might be his latest. Joe Biden has now done it again with threats to the media.

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  33. kleen says:

    Any chance our side could find somebody to send LG and Mitch packing?

    Cory Lewendowsky? Bannon? Somebody? Anybody? We need to get rid of Mitch and Linsey. They are corrupt Democrat plants.

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  34. gerkmonster says:

    Why the flock are they still employed?

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  35. gerkmonster says:

    Why the flock are they still employed?

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  36. DesertRain says:

    For the past 2 nights, Laura Ingraham has reported on the January 2016 WhiteHouse meeting.
    Her team has actual email documents….

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/laura-ingraham-shows-emails-tying-alleged-ukraine-whistleblower-to-obama-white-house-meeting-on-burisma

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  37. paintbrushsage says:

    The Rada must have been laughing.

    Notes from Ukraine, Day Three: The Honor of Speaking to the Rada
    Joe Biden (Archives)
    Speech on Dec 8, 2015

    View at Medium.com

    -snip-

    As the Prime Minister and the President heard me often say, I never tell another man or another nation or another woman what’s in their interest. But I can tell you, you cannot name me a single democracy in the world where the cancer of corruption is prevalent. You cannot name me one. They are thoroughly inconsistent. And it’s not enough to set up a new anti-corruption bureau and establish a special prosecutor fighting corruption. The Office of the General Prosecutor desperately needs reform. The judiciary should be overhauled. The energy sector needs to be competitive, ruled by market principles — not sweetheart deals. It’s not enough to push through laws to increase transparency with regard to official sources of income. Senior elected officials have to remove all conflicts between their business interest and their government responsibilities. Every other democracy in the world — that system pertains.

    -snip-

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  38. Kitty-Kat says:

    It’s very interesting that Rudy has been at the president’s side even during the earliest days of the campaign. Then after President Trump won, he didn’t give Rudy an admin job in the swamp. So maybe rooting out corruption, doing what they’re doing now, was sort of a plan …

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    • Dutchman says:

      Rudy wanted SOS, not AG. While I can’t PROVE it, I suspect they were told he would never get out of committee.

      Do you think the Republicons running the Senate would want Rudy as AG?
      Or, given that State is obviously as rife with corruption, as SOS?

      I suspect unless they were being circumspect, the answer was “Hell to the NO!”

      If they didn’t want Ratcliff as DNI, they sure,as heck didn’t want Rudy ANYWHERE in the Trump administration.

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      • antiqueiron says:

        I’m pretty sure you’re right on that. However, Trump simply can’t allow that kind of major roadblock to happen. He can’t allow the senate to control who his MAGA team is. There are ways around it. it takes guts, but it’s doable. He probably went along, to get the judges through. Trump’s entire team should have been his OWN people from the Trump organization. ALL outsiders. And if he had drained the swamp from day one, we wouldn’t be going through all this drama now.

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        • Dutchman says:

          An informative article in AmericanThinker,…yesterday I believe. It will be in their archives, if you scroll down.
          Explaining the many difficulties involved. They all need security clearances, so there is a tendency to go with people who already have them.
          They relied on WH personelle from Obama admin, to vette and reccomend, and they can’t be fired.

          Obama began embedding employees early on and throughout his admin.
          Thats where you move political appointees into public service, and so from fire at will, to almost impossible to fire.
          Complicated business, folks.

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          • antiqueiron says:

            Reagan set a precedent, by firing the air traffic controllers, & making it stick. So, they can be fired. If obama can embed plants, so can Trump. Those few that could not be fired for some reason, can be sent to Alaska to “count trees” for four years, while a Trump hire does the real job. It’s not that complicated, it takes guts. Trump was right to want those judges it’s very important, but he needs his own people on his team, those that he knows and can trust. Without that, real MAGA won’t happen. As we have seen for the last three years.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Gee, takes guts is all,….huh?
              Too bad PDJT doesn’t have any.
              Not like he,…moved the embassy, attended march for life,..gave an inaugeral address that was a big, royal F-YOU to the whole assembly of swamp in attendance, and I could go on.

              Of ALL the things one could say about DJT, his lacking guts is, forgive me but absurd.

              And it can’t be he lacks motivation. Surely he is far more aware than we are, of these insidious snakes, and how they are trying to undermine his admin.

              Perhaps,…”its complicated business folks” and not as simple as armchair critics think?

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              • antiqueiron says:

                You completely misunderstood my post. I never implied that Trump doesn’t have guts. I clearly stated that Trump probably made a deal in order to get his judges confirmed. And NO, it’s not complicated at all. As far as I know, every incoming President has put his OWN people in place. Reagan did, Bush 1 did, Clinton did, Bush 2 did, obama did. (Many are still there.) Trump did not.

                Perhaps facts confuse you? My supposition is that Trump allowed the DS (McConnell) to in effect, dictate who he could appoint (or at least present a selection of only DS operators to choose from) to key positions. The other possibility might be that Trump followed the advice of people who shouldn’t have been trusted. That, as we plainly see being played out right now, was a huge mistake. If Trump had cleaned house on day one, like other Presidents, he wouldn’t have been “impeached” & wouldn’t be on “trial” today. It is what it is.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  I tried to find the AmericanThinker article, so far can’t darn it.
                  The author didn’t go by “so far,as I know”, but dug a little bit into the weeds, and its not that simple.
                  “Perhaps FACTS confuse you? My SUPPOSITION IS,..”
                  So, your supposition, based not on facts at all, is that “Trump” ‘made a deal’; IMHO, you sound like the Dems.
                  Having heard only the title “Art of the Deal”, his opponents think PDJT is a ‘dealmaker’, constantly wheeling and dealing, and fail to understand, because they haven’t READ HIS BOOK, that its NOT about ‘making a deal’, its about making the RIGHT deal.

                  With no FACTS, merely supposition, you assume he made a deal for judges, at the expence of not being able to pick ‘his team’, and just accepting whatever McConnell gave him.

                  To me, your explanation and remedy seems,…simplistic.

                  YES, it is frustrating to us that PDJT seems to have a nest of vipers in his administration, attempting to hamstring his Presidency.

                  I am sure he finds it annoying.
                  Nevertheless, given his unbelievable list of accomplishments, seems they are not very successful.

                  We’re not JUST talking about Obama embeds,…lets face it most career civil service personelle are leftist by nature.

                  The Bush people are JUST as bad as the Obama or Clinton people.

                  Probably 20,000 people as an inner core of people, with 100,000 or more that are working in the,government, in DC, and who oppose PDJT’S agenda.

                  I think he’s doing pretty good, despite the ‘resistance’.

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                • antiqueiron says:

                  OK, wise guy, what is your explanation? I wasn’t in the room, were you? No, you weren’t. So you have no first hand facts. But I have decades of experience that I can draw on. Why does McConnell go along with most of Trump’s judge submissions, but blocks Trump on other things such as recess appointments for example? A deal makes perfect sense. It’s called critical thinking, give it a try. I clearly posted about the Bush, Clinton, Bush, & obama embeds, & said that some of them were still there, suggesting they are all nefarious. So, try to keep up, you’re missing about half of what I post. I never said that Trump wasn’t doing a good job. In fact, he’s been great. That doesn’t mean he’s perfect. No one is. Those judicial appointments are very important, but so is having you’re own people that you know & trust on your team to implement your agenda. Also weeding out those resistance wonks that monkeywrench everything they can. BTW, they only started last week screening out those idiots on the National Security Council. Last Week! SMH If it had been done three years ago, we wouldn’t be hearing about any NSC Lieutenant Colonels now. “Nest of vipers…annoying?” I think a good bit more than merely “annoying.” That “annoying” nest of vipers got Trump impeached.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Snark doesn’t aid in effective debate.
                  “Its called critical thinking, give it a try”, for instance.

                  I enjoy a good, heathy honest debate over policy, or opinions as to what is happening.

                  I sometimes use,sarcasm, irony, etc.

                  But I see no point in debating with you further, on this issue or frankly any other.

                  Suffice to say, you have your views, and I have mine. Have a good day.

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      • Kitty-Kat says:

        I know, I heard too about Rudy wanting this and that in the admin, and the various reasons he didn’t take or get those jobs. But now I’m thinking those may have been cover stories and they were actually working to a different plan altogether. It did look a bit odd that the person who was so close to him during the campaign didn’t get a job so some kind of explanation was needed.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Agreed, and it was odd, at the time.
          However, given what we have seen with Confirmation process, its easy to imagine the Republicons not wanting Rudy anywhere near AG or SOS.
          Worst nightmare for them, and the Swamp.

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          • Kitty-Kat says:

            You’re right about that. The cruelty combined with the circus like exhibitionism are horrible and it’s hard to imagine that is the process the Founders envisioned. The new world order folks have tossed traditional decorum on the trash heap.

            I heard Rudy say on tv that he had been offered AG but didn’t want it.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Given what we know now, its hard to imagine what he may have known, then.
              Take over DOJ and ‘run’ it, rather than just burn it down, very difficult.

              Anyway, if he got the word, from McConnell, perhaps thru intermediaries, that AG was a NO, then might as well not try for it?

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  39. OlderAndWiser says:

    On the good news side: Even ABC/WP poll has PDJT’s support up substantially to 47% (along with Emerson)! Of course, Rasmussen has him with a +ve net rating.
    Let the corrupt D’s keep digging themselves deeper into their holes. And watch the tsunami in November.

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    • Dutchman says:

      They say his “approval rating”;
      That is specific language. There is a poll they have been using since the 50’s.
      First question is “Do you think the country is headed in the right direction, or off on the wrong track?”

      It then goes on to ask a series of ?’s about the POTUS, such as “cares about people like me”, good on the economy, good on national security (paraphrasing here) and asks the respondent “agree strongly, agree, disagree, disagree stongly” .

      They then factor the answers, to come up with an “approval rating”.

      Point is, an “approval rating” of 47% does NOT mean that 47% of respondents “approve” of PDJT, and therefore 53% disaprove.

      It doesn’t work like that. If you look at past results, USING EXACTLY THE SAME QUESTIONS, an “approval rating” of high 40’s translates into an easy reelection victory, both electorally and popular vote.

      And this is assuming they got a good sampling, and didn’t try to undersample/oversample to scew the results.

      PDJT is gonna kick some serious butt in Nov.

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  40. Reserved55 says:

    Schiffty must have watched F&F this morning.

    Liked by 2 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      That and the fact that yesterday he got the news that there us an embargo on the illegal Mueller Files andthe will never legally get his hands on them. HaHaHaHaHaHaHa!

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  41. Zydeco says:

    Many of you have seen the pics of Miss L and Songbird in Ukraine. Do you think they came out of that trip clean?

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    • Mr. Morris says:

      Amy Klobuchar and the now fired Ambassador Yuvonovich are also pictured with the late Sen. McCain and Sen. Graham in Ukraine. Wouldn’t it be interesting to be a fly on the wall to hear their private conversations with the corrupt Ukrainian Govt. Officials?

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  42. beach lover says:

    I want to know why the Trump team can’t request the ICIG testimony that Schiff refuses to release to the public? It’s part of the record of the Dems case, shouldn’t it be fair game for all to see?

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    • I sure would like to know that answer too!

      I’m sure the ICIG, Mary McCord, Vindman and Carmellow-whatever the hell his name started their own little “coup” to get PDJT. That case should be a slam dunk.

      Hello AG Barr? Barr? Are you there? Your country is STILL waiting.

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  43. Doc Joe says:

    Rudy called Kilmead “totally naive”. Most honest quote on TV today!

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  44. Vince says:

    Appoint Rudy to be the Ambassador to Ukraine.

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    • beach lover says:

      They would kill him.

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    • Kitty-Kat says:

      I think Rudy is happiest when he’s doing exactly what he’s doing now. He seems to thrive on cleanup detail. In the past he prosecuted organized crime and got convictions, and as mayor, of NYC, he cleaned up a lot of corruption. And now he’s working on another clean-up project. It appears to be his special gift.

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  45. Shyster says:

    Lot of comments about whose side is Barr on or will he bury or go after the crimes. In my mind, despite not prognosticating what steps he is actually going to take, one needs to only look at the relentless attacks against him. Most recently, that POTUS mentioned him in the Ukraine call and the attempts to implicate him there, the New York State Bar Association claiming he must recuse himself from all things Ukraine, and Lev Parnas also claiming, probably on behalf of the Southern District communicating to his present counsel, Barr was involved in looking into Biden. Clearly their is a concerted unrelenting effort to not only neutralize Barr but to take him out of play and completely off the field. Clearly, and at the minimum, he is an unknown and a wild card and possibly worse in the left’s assessment. That certainly gives me some hope to trust the Barr over the plan. So he has my support for now.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Sorry, but that argument doesn’t fly. If the people in power, REALLY thought Barr was a threat, it would be a lot more than what you describe.

      Congressional legislation demanding he recuse, for instance.

      And, if he IS a cleaner, do you think ALL the Dems and media are going to KNOW?

      Sorry, but if THATS the one thing left that your clinging to, well you might as well quit resisting and fall.

      At this point, its not that far, so won’t hurt that much, and your better off with your feet on the ground.

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      • Shyster says:

        That argument doesn’t fly only if you believe your own emphatic hype. My position isn’t clinging or a gut feeling, it is instead based on good objective indicators positing a supported hypothesis. Yours denies voluminous and known facts such as the Dems calling for Barr’s impeachment along with the constant barrage from the main stream media, which only parrots DNC talking points, that Barr is corruptly the president’s protector. Where do you think those constant weekly talking points come from? You’re cheri picking reality based on something you don’t know to have happened without any real evidence. Look I admire those whose convictions are so controlled by their gut reaction; however such a solitary means of analysis leaves most casinos rich and those adamant gut feeling gamblers broken.

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        • Dutchman says:

          O.k., Shyster.
          I have stated here, numerous times, that I will publically eat crow, if I am wrong on Barr/Durham.
          I did it before, when after months and months of valiently defending Sessions, I finally admitted, very publically that I was wrong, and apologised to those who had been arguing against my position.

          I started out, ‘defending’ Barr/Durham,…and again publically admitted on this forum, that I was WRONG.
          Will you, and the other defenders of Barr/Durham likewise, publically on this forum, ‘eat crow’, and admit you were wrong?
          To me, you all are grasping at straws, and as you accuse me of doing, ignoring obvious “voluminous and known facts”
          such as Barr letting Rosie go, Barr praising Wray, Barr getting this material from Rudy 5 months ago, and doing nothing with it, and no prosecutions stemming from the many IG and Nunes reccomendations for prosecutions, the continueing to persue the Flynn prosecution,..everyone in the WORLD saying Epstien was gonna die in jail, before trial and then BARR, who as A.G. has direct authority and responsibity over the administration of the prison system, was “shocked and outraged”?
          Not that its a popularity contest, but whenever I post about Barr/Durham, I get lots of “likes” from people who don’t post, presumably cause they don’t want to get flamed.

          So, its NOT like I am the only one saying waiting for Barr/Durham to DO anything, is an excersise in futility, motivated by DENIAL.

          And, on that subject; I don’t WANT Barr/Durham to be a disappointment. I would LOVE to be wrong, and eat crow as I watched perp walks on the evening news.
          Since denial involves people letting their emotions interfere with logic, WHO is most likely to be in “denial”, me or you?

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  46. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    Rudy and Joe D need to put some food on the table instead of just talking about what’s in their grocery bag.

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  47. Joshua2415 says:

    Help me out here Treepers. When they were voting on the rules for this impeachment debacle, the democrats insisted on having the “evidence” that they gathered entered into the record. Republicans agreed. So is Atkinson’s testimony now available? I don’t see how Schiff can keep the senate from disclosing it? It’s in The Turtle’s house now.

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  48. Chimpy says:

    Wow. That was a great presentation by Rudy. I loved how he didn’t let the FOX “friends” interrupt.

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  49. Heika says:

    Schoolboy apple polisher Brian Kilmead got smacked down by Rudy. Yay. “Brian you are being totally naive”. Keep pushing Rudy, keep pushing, YES you are doing this for the people.

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  50. California Joe says:

    The news media has successfully branded Rudy as a kook so nothing he says is going to get any traction. Barr is right to stay a hundred miles away from him. It’s unfortunate because I love the guy but you have to fight battles with the army that you have not the one you wish for.

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    • Barr is not a voter. He is the AG. If Rudy helped uncover evidence of federal crimes, it is Barr’s job to follow the evidence.

      After following evidence, if Barr takes a case to court, etc., then it’s important for him to persuade juries and – to a certain extent – the larger public, which is when “narratives” and perceptions are more important. If Rudy is supposedly branded as a kook now, as you suggest, that’s irrelevant to the facts and evidence, which speak for themselves.

      Unfortunately, all signs are starting to point toward Barr not being interested in earnestly following evidence of crimes inconvenient to corruptocrat Washington and pursuing justice accordingly. THAT is the army we are asked to put our trust in. Well, sorry brother, I would rather share a foxhole any day with the “kook” Rudy than I would all the dirty cops in DC. That’s because Rudy has a lifetime track record of just ACTION, unlike these people you think are getting “traction” with the Fake News.

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      • thehawkeyehoneypot says:

        Judicial watch said the other day they are still fighting the fbi & barr doj working on behalf of the clintons still.

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    • theasdgamer says:

      This is a really terrible comment. You need to stick by your people through thick and thin and not give in to the false narrative and smears.

      Shame on you.

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