Rudy Giuliani Discusses the Evidence of Corruption The DOJ and Congress are Intentionally Ignoring….

Rudy Giuliani has spent over a year gathering evidence of wide-scale corruption, money laundering and fraudulently created political operations deployed against Donald Trump.

Unfortunately, because of the successful defense strategies of an alliance of interests: Obama White House officials, democrats, republicans, media and current DOJ officials to include AG Bill Barr, Mr. Giuliani has been alinsky’d – isolated, ridiculed, marginalized and controversialized. A once great corruption investigator, prosecutor, New York City mayor and presidential candidate, is now reduced to hosting a podcast.

As a direct result of the DC protective agenda, ie. marginalize the messenger, nothing Giuliani has uncovered will be used, discussed or acted upon by any officials in/around the institutions of government; including the DOJ.  However, Giuliani discusses the evidence with Fox News host Jesse Watters.

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147 Responses to Rudy Giuliani Discusses the Evidence of Corruption The DOJ and Congress are Intentionally Ignoring….

    • I’m loving the changes made to the swamp pic, but I wonder about some of the rest of us here… lol

      Patience! Re-election first, Epic Action coming in Term Two.

      Can wait!

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      • nimrodman says:

        Assange likely to be dead and gone by “term two”
        Just sayin’

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      • Rhi says:

        No one is guaranteed a tomorrow much less a term two. Sundance has assessed Barr going from ‘bondo Barr’ to 100 days and no damn action from him to Barr is the swamp protector at this point. Giuliani has given strong indication that Barr is not interested in his findings of all his documented evidence he gathered regarding Ukraine corruption and he almost laughs when Jessie talks of miss Lindsey holding hearings.

        So what do we have here? Do you all think the President’s attorney hasn’t informed POTUS of everything he’s found, documented hard evidence? You think the President doesn’t know who is on his side and who is working to undermine him at this stage of the coup. I believe he is very aware of all of it at this point in time. It’s a shadow war going on and lots of deception and maneuvering taking place.

        DC juries and corrupt judges etc etc etc are big problems. Even the military with Esper seemingly at this point protecting Vindman is a considerable question mark. The President’s perhaps early illusions of working together for the benefit of the American people has long since gone. He knows they will stop at nothing to eliminate him, his family and his effort to return the government to we the people. Not just trillions at stake but defending the last bastion of nationalism against the globalists NWO plans is the titanic battle raging in the shadows that POTUS is dealing with. Complicated business indeed.

        Ephesians says we battle not against flesh and blood… I pray every day that God protect our dear President, give him wisdom and discernment and lead him in His pathways of righteousness for His namesake. He needs all our prayers now.

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        • Nordic Breed says:

          Yes. We must all pray for our president, his family, and our nation. I pray daily for the dissolution of the Demonrat party, too, which would be a good first step. May God not abandon the United States and may we return to being a virtuous people who do not kill our babies in the womb and our elderly.

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        • Pale rider says:

          Rhi, good point! Their goal is to take the country, why even pretend with an election? Eventually, politics will not be enough if they keep losing, they being the globalists. These individuals running over people are just brainwashed morons, foot soldiers for the elites like Soros.
          Put in perspective with Ephesians. A spirit of hate.

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          • As a Man Thinkth says:

            The Deep State Cult controling the shadows of Washington DC have turned our government into “Jonestown”…A cult willing to drink the “Kool Aid” upon command…Interestingly both of these cult leaders are from the city by the bay.
            I am sure that their is more parallelism to this analogy.
            .

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        • jwh49 says:

          AMEN!

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        • Fools Gold says:

          Amen Brother.

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        • lolli says:

          👍Rhi🇺🇸
          Fantastic post. Thank you! Agree.

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      • I, on the other hand, am opposed to going into yet another national election, with half of the electorate still following the insane narratives of the Democrats today, and the other half KNOWING IT IS INSANE. It is absolutely ridiculous to pretend the political process is working under these circumstances, or that anyone, on either side, can trust the outcome.

        If President Turmp is going to bring the rain after his re-election, he still needs to prepare the ground, so that the Insane Left knows they are not going to be taken seriously, as “the honorable opposition”; they have proven themselves mentally diseased and only hateful of anyone having power but them. They have, at the highest levels of the Democrat party and the Obama/Soetoro “administration” (Hah, ptooey!) and under the influence of nothing less than an insane political cult, committed real high crimes, individually and collectively, and they can’t be allowed go on believing themselves righteous. This has to be clearly enunciated well before the election, and hammered continuously throughout the process. All of the talking heads on TV must be admonished that they are part of the problem in analyzing the situation as a political one. It cannot be politics as usual. Period.

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        • Redzone says:

          Harry- Agree. Well said. Are aggressive prosecutions the difference maker in your opinion? It seems PT is doing what you suggest, but what other changes would help?

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      • Zydeco says:

        Re-election? Are you sure with about 9 more months of coverup and taking body punches from the Deep State?

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      If you haven’t seen this video then you need, to. It’s from Blaze TV. This same corruption is being revealed from multiple sources. While it seems our DOJ is doing nothing.

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    • richard verney says:

      Graham is doing the rounds suggesting that Giuliani has been duped and is peddling Russian misinformation.

      We will never know unless there is a proper investigation.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Is there serious interest in what Rubini is tweeting about Eric Ciaramella, his involvement in Ukraine, Brennan, Norland, Justice Roberts, et al ?? If true, this Eric Ciaramella has to be brought to justice somehow.

      Sundance… any thoughts?

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  1. Bendix says:

    There are more than just Trump’s supporters wondering what is keeping Mr. Barr.

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    • abdiesus says:

      What is keeping Mr. Barr is he is required by the Senate to prevent any of this information from getting out. That is the job the Senate confirmed Mr. Barr to do. If they thought there was *any* doubt he would be willing and able to do that job, they would not have confirmed him.

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      • cheryl says:

        Now that Donald Trump is starting to clean house since the shampeachment and Muh Russia BS is over, if he’s not satisfied with the job Barr is doing, he will fire him. Same goes for Wray, the IG, and whoever else. I trust the man more than any and if he’s not satisfied with them now, he will not be afraid to get rid of them. If any of them are there, it’s because he still trusts them to do the job they were hired for.

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        • A major cleansing of all holdovers and those who aren’t draining the swamp will come right after re-election… you can almost see it in our President’s eyes sometimes. Sounds weird maybe, but it’s like a twinkle of things to come. 😀

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      • I agree, to an extent. The part that worries me is those who felt they could “count on Barr” to hide their own criminal actions…

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Abdiesus, how can that be fixed? If the President removes Barr, any replacement will also have to satisfy the Senate to get confirmed.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Don’t ask such obvious inconvenient questions Jim.

          There was “A DEAL”…..end of story.
          (Who made the deal, what the terms of the deal are,
          and WHY Trump “the Art of the Deal Deal-maker accepted such a useless deal
          are irrelevant)

          Apparently whatever this “DEAL” is
          it was REQUIRED to get rid of Mueller
          who had found ABSOLUTELY NO EVIDENCE that
          Trump had committed ANY CRIME AT ALL.

          Eliminating a SC that didn’t find anything and getting in return an AG he didn’t want.

          Not sure why Trump would even make this deal cause it sounds like HE didn’t really get anything out of it.

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        • As a Man Thinkth says:

          Jim..PDJT can appoint a temp AG for a period of 11 Months…over and out…

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      • DeWalt says:

        The Senate drew a line for Barrs confirmation to take place. Barr will go up to that line and that is all.

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      • As a man thinkth says:

        Ab…the country seems to be on the verge of open hostilities …The America media is an open and willing participant with aims to take down the duly elected Commander in Chief…Pass out the Ammo, NOW!!! … To hell with marching in a straight line wearing a red coat while coloring between the lines…THERE ARE NO RULES…OTHER THAN NANCY’S RULES…

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      • As a Man Thinkth says:

        …I thought ” getting Truthful information out” was the whole point …America has been bombarded with three years of lies and innuendo…The American electorate deserves the Truth, the whole Truth and nothing but the Truth before the next election…clean house now, let the crooked politicians wear their badge proclaiming a Patriot or Traitor into the election cycle…

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  2. JTaylor says:

    Who is the President?

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  3. Heika says:

    It’s all there, for the world to see and yet the theatre MUST GO ON! The truth is just far too horrible.

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  4. Michael says:

    At one point Rudy diagrams all the places the $14.6 million goes, Cyprus was one of them.

    George Popadop has said repeatedly “If you think Ukraine was bad, wait til you see what they did in Cyprus.”

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  5. WES says:

    With Barr none of this matters. They have a need to not know.

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    • Organize street demonstrations against Barr doing nothing. Keep a crowd in front of his workplace throughout the year, leading up to the election at least. And no, I won’t be able to attend.

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      • As a Man Thinkth says:

        Organize demonstrations at each state Capitol…turnouts will be massive as compared to folks from the heartland driving to DC…renting hotel rooms and eating in restaurants…make the protests convenient for our masses…In the red states the governor and congressman will welcome the masses…In blue states they will get the message loud and clear..esp Califirnia, Oregon, Washington. WHY WAIT 9 MONTHS, SHOW THE LANDSLIDE NOW…

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  6. Bogeyfree says:

    And what happened to all the Ukraine documents of evidence that Rudy gave Pompeo??

    Kind of like what happened to the request from Lindsey to Pompeo asking for all the Biden communications with Ukraine back in 2016?

    Another dark hole??

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    • Marc says:

      Sundance has repeatedly said Pompeo is Deep State allied and is guiding President Trump where he wants him to go and NOT go. People here don’t want to hear this, but Donald Trump cannot count on his Cabinet as a whole to do what’s right. Other than financial interests and terror threats, the Trump cabinet won’t fight for anything detrimental to the Deep State actors.

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      • teabag14 says:

        So it is, and will remain, a standoff? VSGPDJT knows everything and, therefore, has a certain leverage? But he’s staying in line because of orders from the DSers he has hired? What an effing mess. God help us. I have a good sense of how deep and wide this corruption is. I’m not afraid for every last bit of it to be blown up all at once with one great glorious MOAB from PDJT. Holy Cow. Release the damn hounds already and let the chips fall where they may. 😠

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        • Marc says:

          “VSGPDJT knows everything”
          This is where you’re wrong. He doesn’t know it all and even if he did, maybe he CAN’T release it all or risk cutting his presidency and life short.

          He’s working within the parameters and with the information he’s given. If the people around him falsify information(we know they have before) how can Trump know everything?

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          • teabag14 says:

            There is a question mark at the end of my words. The question mark is important. Grammar is important. Punctuation is important. Reading comprehension is important. I am sick of the smarta$$es on this site that, without truly understanding a comment, immediately criticize and demean others. GTH.

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          • TPW says:

            You are right he does not know everything….it is kept from him . How could he with all he has on his plate. Prime example Flynn and his handling of it in the beginning. Firing him.

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    • Jederman says:

      Pompeo is certainly a heavy breather but he is not LE. I see three roads to disclosure of the Giuliani evidence: Graham, all talk and hoping to successfully whistle past the grave yard; Bondo Barr, I have no idea where he truly is coming from; winning back the House in 2020.

      Certainly a republican house would be receptive to Rudy’s info but they still have to successfully refer everything to DO”J.” The traditional stumbling block.

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      • As a Man Thinkth says:

        Unless the Secret Service becomes part of the Treasury Department…with authority to investigate…

        Kinda like PDJT putting the Coast Guard in charge of rebuilding Porta Rico…keeping an eye on taxpayer dollars.

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    • DeWalt says:

      When documents are requested. Are they to be used as evidence of corruption or to build a Defense?

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  7. Julian says:

    The fact is, if President Trump wasn’t happy with the job Chris Wrayt & AG Billy Bob Barr are doubt he would have fired them yesterday.

    The Mueller investigation is over.

    The shampeachment is over.

    There is no reason not to fire them if he isn’t happy with the job they’re both doing.

    Ergo – Trump is happy with what FBI Director Wrayt and AG Bobby Bill Barr are doing.

    There is no other explanation.

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    • kittylenoir says:

      President Trump has mountains more strategic patience then we do.

      Liked by 13 people

      • JC says:

        They have hurt his family… without mercy, without apology and without end.

        The President has NOT forgotten and is not procrastinating. He is deeply engaged in the battle, executing an ironclad battle plan. He is thoroughly informed by intelligence that, if known to us, would sicken us and instantly drop us to the floor. Many worry that he is being tricked, is missing something; he misses nothing. We see evidence of that every day.

        It has also broken his heart that “Forgotten Americans” have been so badly harmed by Globalism and its Swamp. It would be horrific enough had they harmed “only” him or his businesses. This is far more egregious, make no mistake. This is for all the marbles.

        Much “art of war” is, by design, done in secret, but again… woe unto those who hurt his family and his family of Americans.

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      • I like your comment a thousand times kitty, it’s a very wise statement!

        “We” are dying with anticipation and a need for instant gratification and this is a global effort that will take the time that it takes, period!

        I believe Term Two will satisfy all the blood lust for real and lasting Justice, it has to, and our VSG President told us he would drain the swamp.

        Never heard him put a timeline on it, that wouldn’t have been possible.

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        • jbowen82 says:

          The President is a reality show producer and understands how to stage the process. Season One (the introduction) started with the escalator and ended on Election Night. Season Two (promises kept) started with the inauguration and ended with the Kavanaugh vote in the Senate. Season Three (the resistance) started with the midterm election and ended with the impeachment acquittal. I believe Season Four (justice restored) is about to start.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      The president might be looking for the best replacements for these sorry assed people and that will likely take him some time to do as wrong choices will cause big problems for him.

      My best guess is that he is working to get the most done for the country prior to November. This is without doubt his best strategy as the public don’t follow politics to well.

      I am sure that getting great results is far more important to him than spending his time on revenge. There is at the same time however an urgent need to stop the seditionists.

      I envision a lot of actions against people like Schiff, Nadler and the rest of the coup conspirators as they have no intention of ending their assaults on the president.

      There is also an immediate and most urgent need to look into voter fraud. It is without any and all doubt being planned by the democrats on the most massive scale in history.

      The democrats are working to keep the house and to increase their numbers in the senate. The presidential election is just a sideshow and a distraction from their well planned voter fraud as they know full well that president Trump is going to be reelected.

      The people in every cemetery in the country will be voting to put democrats in the house and senate. People with names like Rover, Spot, Lassie and Old Yella will be voting, many not for the first or last time.

      Add hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens and boxes of ballots that magically appear out of the trunks of cars and you get the idea. Watch the results being delayed while the staff write false ballots behind locked doors as they did in Florida in the midterms.

      In short, it is going to be one Hell of a year.

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      • bodieisland says:

        “There is also an immediate and most urgent need to look into voter fraud” Yes, DevilBat! Look at Virginia, one election and we are under the most evil take-down I could ever imagine, and they are doing it FAST. 15 states have DMV wrapped up. Giving licenses to illegals invalidates MY VOTE. I just had to pay a lot of money to update my license to Federal ID to be able to fly, but illegals will game the system. It will also take off-line a useful tool DHS uses to find bad guys (see NY, CA) 3 of the 9-11 hijackers got licenses in Northern Va. We have been in the fake license business for decades. We keep saying POTUS will win re-election……….Don’t be so sure, fraud is rampant, and these people are evil. JMHO

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        • John Ostrowski says:

          The Senate, or such, should establish an” ANTI VOTER SQUAD” in order to certify the States tallies, no matter how long in takes, and then prosecute the hell out of the abuser’s.

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    • Marc says:

      “The fact is, if President Trump wasn’t happy with the job Chris Wrayt & AG Billy Bob Barr are doubt he would have fired them yesterday.”
      This line is repeated ad naseum on the Treehouse yet POTUS gives people plenty of time to prove themselves loyal and when they don’t, he fires them. Remember, Rex Tillerson? Gen. Jim ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis? Trump wans’t pleased with them in the least but they stayed on for well over a year until they got their walking papers.

      Trust Trump only. The others are just the help.

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      • Wethal says:

        As a practical matter, Trump knows he cannot get a new FBI director or AG through the Senate until after the election. Mitch would not spend political capital for that, and he’s already busy confirming federal judges who will serve for life.

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        • Rileytrips says:

          But, Wethal, he can appoint an “Acting” replacement for 11 months. If he does that in the next couple of weeks, and can actually find a real patriot to place in those positions, that can take him past January 2021 with someone who might act on these criminals and enforce the law.

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  8. Beau Geste says:

    “defense strategies of an alliance of interests: Obama White House officials, democrats, republicans, media and current DOJ officials to include AG Bill Barr”

    Assume you are the lawyers representing clients who attempted a coup. How do you defend? The Constitution requires a jury of 12 to all vote “guilty”. The venue is controllable to DC. Your clients control the news media, which has been allowed to become an oligopoly.

    A major part of your strategy will be to, 1984-like, create such hate and hostility that there will be at least one juror who will vote “not guilty” for anyone who attacks the hated, MSM target. PDJT.

    At least “2 minutes of hate” every day, from every MSM host, from every criminal coup-plotter, from every congresscritter involved in the coup and/or profiting from kickbacks or drug/gang/lobbyist money.

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  9. fangdog says:

    Barr needing to protect the institutions is like a chicken farmer saying he needs to save the foxes.

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  10. CA Warrior says:

    Mr Guliani,

    Please, go ahead and make everything public. EVERYTHING. And We The People will handle it from there. It’s our country and our government. The Constitution says we can clean up this mess.

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  11. Linda K. says:

    The Rumble

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  12. chojun says:

    There is a very public battle against Mr. Trump that is being waged in the realm of politics.

    I also believe there is a very private one being waged in the realm of the deep state – also known as the permanent Administrative state. The powers-that-be have wagered trillions of dollars on a particular policy implementation. I believe they drew a line. The President, if he can keep his job, will be allowed to implement some, or most, of his policies. But some shall not be implemented – such as draining the swamp. This is the red line. The Rubicon, if you will.

    In 49 BC Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon with a legion of loyal soldiers, an act the Roman Senate considered insurrection, treason. Caesar said “alea iacta est” – “the die has been cast”. A civil war resulted, eventually establishing the Roman Imperial Era and Caesar it’s leader.

    Trump will cross the Rubicon. The die was cast Nov. 8, 2016. He brings with him a legion of MAGA Patriots. The swamp will be drained.

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  13. Willy Nilly says:

    But one thing wasn’t right, it was when Giuliani said: “Look, the government has been so lax in investigating, it’s pathetic. I mean … when I was a U.S. attorney … the day Joe Biden made that boastful announcement … the investigation would have begun the next day for bribery”.

    In that situation, by all means investigate Biden for corruption, but not bribery. Everyone seems to think that bribery is an impeachable offense, but when the Framers wrote “bribery” they meant the act of *taking a bribe*, i.e., receiving money in exchange for giving political favors — not the other way around!! This is so obvious and yet so ignored in the recent national conversation, it’s frankly mind-boggling.

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    • Nadine Carroll says:

      Both definitions of bribery apply to Joe Biden if he got Prosecutor Shokin fired in order to protect the money being paid to Hunter. Besides, Giuliani says that Joe Biden himself took a million dollar bribe from Zlochevsky.

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    • Jan says:

      That’s the thing about the “law.” It is always about defending your client zealously,…. which includes making things up that the “law” says, like Schiff did in the impeachment trial, versus what the defense says the “law” is, like the Trump Defense Team said it was.

      Activist lawyers who become judges don’t even follow the law in their reasoning. They misread case law in support of their findings. Another district court judge just put out another nationwide injunction against the Trump Administration on an Executive Order.

      That judges have been politicized is the saddest thing to see for our country. That NoNads is re-looking at the Kavanaugh confirmation speaks to what will happen if we don’t have a major Republican take back the House/keep the Senate/re-elect the President, we will lose our country. Incidentally, I don’t think the House has any say in Senate investigations conducted in the confirmation of a judge or Supreme Court Justice.

      The House has to be retaken by the Republicans because right now, with the Democrat majority, they’re acting as if they’re the executive, legislative & judicial branches of the government and ignoring the Constitution, abusing power & obstructing the business of the people.

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      • Julia Adams says:

        I, too, look for the Democrats to try to impeach Kavanaugh knowing full well the Senate won’t remove him from the bench. Not now but later; as soon as they control both Houses of Congress

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    • Beau Geste says:

      getting your family paid lots of money for “connections” and for removing a prosecutor isn’t being bribed? Taking kickbacks for foreign aid from US taxpayers, and getting “chinese business deals” for your family based on political office is not participation in bribery?

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Willy Nilly, the day Biden made that statement was January 23, 2018.

      By that time, the DOJ was in full Mutiny mode. Rod Rosenstein and crew was running amok and Sessions was a senile idiot being kept in his cabin.

      Sessions will eventually be fired, November 7, 2018, but by then the Dems will have taken the House thanks to Rosenstein blackmailing the President with impeachment should he dare “obstruct” Mueller by releasing the horrible truth about the trumped up charges and the lying investigators. That included hiding Rosenstein’s culpability.

      Barr coopted Rosenstein, forcing Rosenstein to stay on until Mueller reported, and forcing Rosenstein to bless the No Collusion determination by Mueller and the No Obstruction determination by Barr and the OLC. But the price was hiding Rosenstein’s crimes. Even the IG fails to recommend prosecuting the criminals like Rosenstein who foisted this frame up on the country by lying to the courts.

      And of course the IG report was delayed so the House could impeach anyways. And the info Rosenstein blackmailed Trump to keep hidden is still being hidden by Barr.

      The Mutiny in the DOJ has not ended. Barr has coopted it for his own purposes, the way he coopted mutineer Rosenstein.

      Oh, by the way, Biden was guilty of Bribery. The millions paid to Biden’s son helped end British and Ukrainian investigations into Burisma. Though it might be difficult to figure out if Biden was bribed, or if he sold protection services. But you are right that the brag was not bribery but blackmail demanded by Biden. He had already been paid for that service.

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  14. MDNA I says:

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  15. Bigly says:

    Why diminish his podcast? The man has interviews and is not guaranteed to be alive from next day.

    I don’t get it. Podcast is a public service. Thank god he is working to share his findings with the rest of us.

    America’s mayor.

    Just saying. Barr is the big lie, so far nothing and we ain’t getting any younger. Barr has no idea how alinsky’d he’s going to be also – and we won’t get a podcast from him.

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  16. Anon_Guy says:

    Try searching for “Giuliani podcast” on Google or Youtube…

    POTUS should tweet out his youtube channel

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  17. William Barker says:

    *** THANK GOD FOR RUDY! ***

    EXCERPTING:

    Rudy Giuliani has spent over a year gathering evidence of wide-scale corruption, money laundering and fraudulently created political operations deployed against Donald Trump.

    *** NOT WILLIAM BARR! NOT TRUMP’S DOJ! ***

    Unfortunately, because of the successful defense strategies of an alliance of interests: Obama White House officials, Democrats, Republicans, media and current DOJ officials which include AG Bill Barr, Mr. Giuliani has been Alinsky’d – isolated, ridiculed, marginalized and controversialized.

    A once great corruption investigator, prosecutor, New York City mayor and presidential candidate, is now reduced to hosting a podcast.

    * NOTICE… Sundance DOES write “Republicans”… but he lacks the BALLS to name names. Well, folks… *I’ll* name names: MIKE PENCE. MITCH MCCONNELL. KEVIN MCCARTHY. JOHN ROBERTS. And so many more…

    * But then again… (*SIGH*)… TRUMP lacks the balls to take down the internal resistance. In fact, he often lauds them. Is it a strategy of “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer,” or, (more likely in my opinion) is it that the coup succeeded long ago and the point was never to remove Trump but rather simply to render him largely powerless in real terms?

    * David Vargha sees what I see. Charlie Bruno sees what I see. Others of you see what I see. (*SHRUG*) But the vast majority of Americans simply don’t WANT to see – to acknowledge – what’s been right in front of them all along.

    As a direct result of the DC protective agenda, ie. marginalize the messenger, nothing Giuliani has uncovered will be used, discussed or acted upon by any officials in/around the institutions of government; including the DOJ.

    * AGAIN, GANG… BARR IS IN ON IT. BARR IS A COUPSTER!

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    • Redzone says:

      Barker- It’s amazing you would spout off on CTH that Sundance doesn’t have the BALLS to suggest Pence, McConnell and others may be part of Deepstate and adverse to PT.

      You are a ROLCON troll. Anyone with a 7th grade education who reads the articles and comments on CTH knows Sundance’s opinions of all the people you list. Go find somewhere else to spew your falsehoods. You have lost all credibility.

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    • lolli says:

      William Barker,
      It seems you have not read many of Sundance’s past posts.
      Sundance has referred to Barr as Bondo Barr since he was nominated for AG.
      Look in the archives.

      Everyone has their own opinion, but we all ❤️ President Trump and we all ❤️ Sundance.

      I agree with much of what you said, until you said that Sundance lacks balls. You lost me there, I knew you have no clue what he is about. Sundance is Paul Revere🇺🇸Patriot Extraordinaire 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  18. CharterOakie says:

    It’s simply not credible that Barr — knowing that Giuliani is attorney to the President of the United States and a highly skilled former US Attorney and has the evidence — is going to try to sweep it under the rug. “Not going to happen.”

    Much more credible is the likelihood that this complex chess match needed more time to play out. After all, the antagonists are powerful and highly skilled themselves.

    Above all, it had to wait until the enemies of POTUS and our republic shot their shampeachment arrows.

    I believe the reckoning is upon us.

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  19. zekness says:

    Now that the president’s A team defense counsel has prevented an assault on the Constitution and the will of the people’s rights as voters, I think it’s timely to gather up a separate and equally effective A team of investigators whom he can appoint directly to collect all the evidence of burisma/Biden AND another crack team that will collect evidence of criminal misconduct about the facts orbiting right around the heart of the coup plot.

    Both teams need to be separate and tasked with one similar objective:

    Inform the public AND GET THIS INFORMATION OUT IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN ASAP.

    the effects are predictable:

    A. It’s an offensive strategy to put the dims on their heels. No more defensive posture at this point for POTUS.

    B. The DOJ and Durham are publicly and politically pressured to answer questions. Provoke them to understand these issues will not be swept under by slow walking prosection or avoiding “sensitive” persons.

    C. A CALL for Congress to address the FISA laws and it’s upcoming renewal.

    D. Sets the stage to remove swamp critters that become stubborn to do their jobs or fail to act faithfully to a standard rule of law. No deals. No word smithing. Take the criminals down, all of them, or face the consequences and get fired and others selected to do it properly.

    E. Citizens have confidence this administration will not forget or tolerate coup attempts. Serious penalities applied. This should discourage a high potential this will happen again if not put in a head lock immediately and swiftly. Citizens need to know this is going to have a conclusive end of the nightmare and drama.

    F. Start to clean house immediately. V-men is a good start. There are dozens that WE KNOW that were involved but are still holding position and office. This needs to be corrected.

    G. Identify the Rinos who talk a bit game but have other agendas. Use the POTUS stage to call them out and leverage them to either get on board or face exposure. Or both! No second chances. Same thing with DIMS. Make all of them in DC acutely aware the tide is changing and they need to lawyer up. We need to know who ALL of these people are…what their agendas are and why.

    POTUS needs to get these A teams for an offensive strategy formed right now.

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    • Zippy says:

      “Inform the public AND GET THIS INFORMATION OUT IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN ASAP”

      Like similar evidence of corruption hasn’t been before? See the book covers I’ve imaged below.

      The problem is that only a small fraction of the US public know these things even though they’ve been exposed because the don’t take the time and effort -TO- know them AND the MSM is not investigating same and handing it to the US public on the simplified silver platter they are supposed to create in their duty as government watchdogs.

      So, when most do not pay enough attention, the perps can count on getting away with what they ALWAYS get away with.

      It is only the internet which now allows a proportionally tiny percentage of us to know the truth, but what good does that do other than create frustration? In this case, ignorance is bliss, but once someone is Red Pilled they can’t unlearn what they’ve learned which is that “our” government is corrupt as hell and most likely has been for a very long time.

      Statistical proof of the that from the groundbreaking 2014 Princeton University study which got virtually no mass media attention here in the U.S.:

      Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens

      https://scholar.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/mgilens/files/gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf

      Excerpts:

      A great deal of empirical research speaks to the policy influence of one or another set of actors, but until recently it has not been possible to test these contrasting theoretical predictions against each other within a single statistical model. We report on an effort to do so, using a unique data set that includes measures of the key variables for 1,779 policy issues.

      Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence. The results provide substantial support for theories of Economic-Elite Domination and for theories of Biased Pluralism, but not for theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy or Majoritarian Pluralism.

      In the United States, our findings indicate, the majority does not rule—at least not in the causal sense of actually determining policy outcomes. When a majority of citizens disagrees with economic elites or with organized interests, they generally lose. Moreover, because of the strong status quo bias built into the U.S. political system, even when fairly large majorities of Americans favor policy change, they generally do not get it.

      …the preferences of economic elites (as measured by our proxy, the preferences of “affluent” citizens) have far more independent impact upon policy change than the preferences of average citizens do. To be sure, this does not mean that ordinary citizens always lose out; they fairly often get the policies they favor, but only because those policies happen also to be preferred by the economically-elite citizens who wield the actual influence.

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      • Zippy says:

        “Moreover, because of the strong status quo bias built into the U.S. political system”

        NOTE that that describes the EFFECT of the Swamp/Deep State without naming it.

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    • Redzone says:

      Z- nice list of suggestions. Those would help, and I suspect some are in process.

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  20. paintbrushsage says:

    I love Rudy’s podcast…and his cigar afficiando commercials. He’s a natural.

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  21. Zippy says:

    Published May 5, 2015:

    Published March 20, 2018:

    Published January 21, 2020:

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    • Beautiful, informative comment.

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      • Zippy says:

        My point being that blatant corruption has been exposed for years… with absolutely NOTHING being done about it. So, expect more to follow as shown by the total lack of results of all SpyGate investigations thus far and, I’ll wager, Durham’s investigation.

        After all, that’s a point of SD’s column: “As a direct result of the DC protective agenda, ie. marginalize the messenger, nothing Giuliani has uncovered will be used, discussed or acted upon by any officials in/around the institutions of government; including the DOJ.”

        Frankly, I wish I could be UN-Red-Pilled because knowing the truth has NO positive effect on outcomes. I’d have voted for Trump and would continue to vote for Trump without knowing anything about SpyGate et al.

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    • Pelosi probably has her own volume in the works.

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  22. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    As a direct result of the DC protective agenda, ie. marginalize the messenger, nothing Giuliani has uncovered will be used, discussed or acted upon by any officials in/around the institutions of government; including the DOJ.

    Agree.
    They made Rudy a cartoon.

    Disagree.
    Rudy was Lewis AND Clark

    Folks like Ron Johnson/Grassley/Risch just have to “rediscover” his trail or blaze their own until their trail connects with Rudy’s.

    Requesting (and receiving) Financial and Secret Service records are the start.
    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/politics/confidential-banking-records-related-to-hunter-biden-in-senate-hands-report
    DoS comms on Hunter Biden briefings/concerns
    Ultimately they can call Rudy’s witnesses as their own.

    Not impossible at all.

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  23. cheryl says:

    Lindsay just told a bald-faced lie on Face the Nation. He said Russia hacked the DNC server. We all know who really did and Lindsay does too.

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  24. hokkoda says:

    Our Government can’t walk and chew gum at the same time. Look how badly they screwed up the FBI/Russia thing, the Mueller thing, and the Ukraine thing. And that was when they were highly motivated to prevail!

    The danger here is the “too much at once” problem. We have a wealth of evidence now that there was rampant criminality in the Obama White House, his DOJ/FBI, the Office of the Vice President, and so forth. You have the added complexity that what the Biden’s were doing is being done routinely across the Government, by both elected and bureaucrat officials. Then you have just really one investigative arm, DOJ, trying to investigate itself. Not for piddly stuff like letting a mobster kill some other monsters to protect an informant, but FBI, DOJ, CIA, and DoD staff trying to overthrow the government of the United States of America. Oh, and they still have plenty of sympathizers running amok in the bureaucracy.

    All of that, in the context of a scandal that could wipe out 1/3 of the government, both elected and bureaucrat.

    Remember the House Bank scandal? That little affair took out 77 members of Congress. Six convictions.

    Think about the scope of what we are discussing. I mean, I want satisfaction too, but how do you pull at this Giuliani thread and not effectively destroy the entire Federal government?

    They’re going to have to focus and be precise. I think we’ll see many more firings and “retirements” than indictments let alone convictions. I think what Giuliani is doing is showing the Administration where to look and who to target. I think we’ll see a few symbolic heads roll, in an effort to protect the broader institution.

    And I think the President is extremely powerful right now, and he is only getting stronger because he is no longer tied down by lawyers. Those Friday firings? Trump said, “I don’t even know the guy. They took care of it, you’ll have to ask them.” Words to that effect. The word “they” matters. Not “I” fired them, “they” did.

    “They” are now following orders. The only whiny leaks about it came from Vindman and Sondland.

    “They” are coming.

    Have hope. This is a huge problem, biggest internal threat since the Civil War, and I’m not exaggerating. And we’re only up to Gettysburg with the end of impeachment.

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  25. paintbrushsage says:

    Rudy came into a confrontation with the globalist elite economic development system when Ukranian people started to come forward with experiences that bothered them about the 2016 US and election and other corruption issues. Apparently the normal channels were not interested.

    The globalist elite economic development system is anti-populist.

    It has been interesting to watch Ambassador Herbst’s guidance of Ukranian companies 🙂 over the last five years or so.

    -snip-

    Our hope is that such conditions will be created in Ukraine so that business leaders will no longer have to go into politics to defend their legitimate rights as businesses.

    -snip-

    Quite an intersting list of preliminary agreement signatories!

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    • paintbrushsage says:

      Interesting and helppful read.

      December 22, 2019
      Groupthink Resurgent
      As our debacles in Vietnam and Iraq demonstrate, expert consensus is not always a recipe for success. Perhaps it should come as no surprise that American policy toward Ukraine has also been steeped in illusions.

      by George Beebe

      https://nationalinterest.org/feature/groupthink-resurgent-106951?page=0%2C1

      -snip-

      Basing U.S. foreign policy on such a transformational agenda has done little to advance vital American interests, but it has proved to be a good recipe for getting stuck in a perpetual cycle of elevated hopes and dashed expectations. It has entangled us in factional infighting in foreign political cultures that we do not adequately understand, and it has made us ripe for manipulation by cynical foreign political operators. The competing claims made to U.S. representatives by rival Ukrainian factions about meddling in our 2016 election, the inclusion of Hunter Biden on Burisma’s board of directors and the jocund suggestion to Vindman that he become Ukraine’s defense minister are all too reflective of this problem.

      -snip-

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      • Good point about expert consensus, but it tends to be less of a problem of placing faith in expert consensus as it is in faith in technocracy. For example, if six of the best heart surgeons in the world reach a consensus on the best treatment for a patient, they could be wrong, but they’re going to have a very high batting average in being right.

        In contrast, when it comes to “experts” in things like nation building, micro-regulating economies, social engineering, global climate, etc., they have a woeful legacy of failures upon failures! After all, they’re trying to achieve the impossible to begin with, so making them “experts” just makes them more powerful and dangerous and thus their failures more impactful. When these destructive “experts” form consensus, woe be to the people in their paths!

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        • paintbrushsage says:

          Great way of stating the point: When these destructive “experts” form consensus, woe be to the people in their paths!

          That’s what I imagine Trump sensed when he decided to run originally.

          The technocrats are relentlessly attacking a populist president to attempt to redefine what kind of party democracy is politically legitimate, what the rules of deliberation and debate are and what constitutes a free and fair election. The impeachment procedure and charges that they allowed themselves to be made party to made that completely clear.

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      • litenmaus says:

        Thanks for posting paintbrush…a very good read.

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  26. islandpalmtrees says:

    So how much money was Obama’s proxy-war costing us in 2014 and 2015. Remember you need chaos first in order to have revolution. The revolution allows them to place people they wont to be leaders in the government.

    The U.S. Congress approved an aid package of $1 billion to Ukraine in March of 2014, followed up by an additional $53 million in non-lethal military aid later that same year. The European Union and International Monetary Fund had already given $26 billion in financial aid to the ruling government in Ukraine. By the beginning of September of that year, the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF) military offensive was roundly defeated, culminating in the encirclement battle of Ilovaisk. By April of 2015, the U.S. Congress approved a further $75 million in military aid to the new Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko by passing the European Reassurance Initiative. The UAF tried a second time to settle the issue in the east by military means, launching their 2015 winter offensive to divide and conquer the proclaimed Donetsk Peoples Republic (DPR) and Lugansk Peoples Republic (LPR). This offensive ended in the disastrous Debaltseve encirclement. At this point, if the DPR and LPR militias had had adequate manpower, the entirety of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions could have been secured and the line of contact as it exists today would look quite different. During that winter’s engagements, the rebels destroyed or recovered a number of U.S. supplies counter-battery radars, numerous HMMWV light utility vehicles, and a number of U.S. supplied small arms, sniper rifles and munitions.

    http://www.mintpressnews.com/us-ukraine-nato-expansionism-proxy-war/244189/

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  27. islandpalmtrees says:

    Did you see anyone in Congress call for or declare a war with Russia between 2011 to 2019? Instead they are using a proxy-war.

    Their is an old saying “In Chaos Their Is Profit”. So while they needed Chaos in order to change the Ukrainian government. They used the same Chaos for graph, in order to fill their own pockets from the money directed to the Ukraine for the Obama proxy-war.

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  28. islandpalmtrees says:

    In the Ukraine, people have already been convicted for interfering in our the 2016 election to support Hillary Clinton. So why would they do this: they wanted that cash cow to continue with Hillary.

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  29. islandpalmtrees says:

    President Trump is endangering their use of the cash cow and threatening to expose them. The reason for impeachment.

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  30. islandpalmtrees says:

    REMINDER: PELOSI AND SCHIFF BOTH CONNECTED TO UKRAINIAN ARMS DEALER
    December 13, 2019, 6:00 am by Joe Hoft

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  31. islandpalmtrees says:

    SCHIFF-PELOSI CAUGHT IN UKRAINIAN ARMS SCANDAL: Giuliani Confirms TGP’s Prior Exclusive – Schiff and Pelosi’s Ukrainian Donor Was Given Lucrative Defense Contracts!
    October 8, 2019, 10:09 am by Joe Hoft

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  32. islandpalmtrees says:

    Scfiff and Pelosi again, in this view of the Gang-Of-Eight – Think they knew about Obama’s proxy-war in the Ukraine?

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  33. Troublemaker10 says:

    What Giuliano has presented is evidence. There is no doubt.

    Wether it is evidence of fact, or not, I can’t say. It is, however, evidence that justifies a serious investigation.

    The fact that the State Dept IG sat on it, and DOJ isn’t interested in it is of serious concern.

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      My friend, the internet is awash with with evidence.
      Look at the nice picture

      Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko centre, Chairman of Senate Armed Services Committee, US Senator John McCain, centre left, US Senator Lindsey Graham, centre right, and US Senator Amy Klobuchar pose for photo with the Ukrainian marines. (Mikhail Palinchak/Presidential Press Service, Pool Photo via AP)

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  34. As a Man Thinkth says:

    Unless the Secret Service becomes part of the Treasury Department…with authority to investigate…

    Kinda like PDJT putting the Coast Guard in charge of rebuilding Porta Rico…keeping an eye on taxpayer dollars.

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  35. California Joe says:

    Rudy should go play golf with President Trump and devote all his efforts to work on his reelection campaign. The Ukraine corruption thing is a waste of time. The only thing to come out of it is Rudy’s indictment by the Lawfare team at the SDNY. In fact, were it not for AG Barr required approval Rudy would have been indicted by SDNY for his trip to Ukraine already.

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    • Clara says:

      Wake up and smell the burning Constitution. There is no point in Trump being re-elected if he’s just going to be president of a banana republic. Guiliani and Trump need to keep right on fighting for justice, no matter the cost. Most likely, this means that Bill Barr and Chris Wray will have to be fired on the first day of Trump’s new term. But that’s fine.

      By the way, the SDNY would have indicted Rudy if they had anything at all to indict him on, and Bill Barr would not have stopped them.

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  36. Trump Train says:

    Rudy should be appointed as a special prosecutor and turned loos. With a change of venue he could demolish this filth I’m 6 months or less

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  37. Zydeco says:

    An oath to uphold the Constitution is pretty useless these days.

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  38. paintbrushsage says:

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  39. lawton says:

    If there are no arrests for this by mid-June there won’t be any after the election either. That is just nonsense talk that there will be after the election.

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  40. islandpalmtrees says:

    Note: I do not know if the sources are reliable but if they are then Burima is very interesting.

    Burima board had Joseph Cofer Black on it – X-CIA director, and Hunter Biden on it. In addition Joseph Cofer Black was Mitt Romney’s adviser.

    Well, This Might Explain a Few Things – Romney Is Connected to Burisma and Hunter Biden, Too
    avatarPosted on February 5, 2020 by Bill Quick

    According to web archives, top Mitt Romney adviser “Joseph Cofer Black’, who publicly goes by “Cofer Black,” joined Burisma’s board of directors while Hunter Biden was also serving on the board. According to The New Yorker, Hunter joined Burisma’s board in April of 2014 and remained on it until he declined to renew his position this past May.

    http://www.dailypundit.com/dailypundit.wordpress/category/cuckservatives/

    Joseph Cofer Black’s past experience includes: Director of CIA’s Counterterrorist Center between 1999 and 2002

    http://www.huffpost.com/entry/former-cia-director-joins-burisma-and-it-is-good-news_b_58adf600e4b01f4ab51c75a4?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly9kdWNrZHVja2dvLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAHtkQKVMtCbc_6k9-7t8bEpAkA3HV44a6RMUiHyesI9xv2TedgSFSr6EAU6hTzHd9SOYo4zbpG8Y98qRPVxJOhW2Qiyet3irRbcaRSAy2wXO5d2zhYFuYZ0aHGTwSOwHnStTfXN52BOHFAThlJLoN0QylObTGwSw2biV-CgufKAC

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  41. RJ says:

    I have always liked Rudy Giuliani, his work, his style and his honesty when “the rubber hits the road” on grand issues. I think he is going to find Vinnie and borrow his black leather jacket for some coming appearances.

    The question will be what venue he comes out blazing. I’ll be there to support his efforts, as will Vinnie I suspect, hoping to get back his jacket when it’s over!

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  42. As a Man Thinkth says:

    Sundance provides Volkers testimony as a referrence article as it relates to Rudy’s statements…very interesting read and adds depth and dimension to this incredible story.
    While Volker’s does infect support Rudy account of being INVITED into this saga by the State Department, Volker appears to be leaving out or missing stating major portions of the full story…The revealing truth lies in the final paragraph in which Volker states his deep commitment to building the McCain Institute at Arizona State…enough saidu

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  43. Mike says:

    It’s all fake. You are watching a movie.

    https://johnbwellsnews.com/sergeant-robert-horton-war-castles-overview/

    Doesn’t matter what you think of “The Plan”, nothing can stop what it coming.

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  44. Zippy says:

    Slimebag on the Ukraine topic of course:

    Graham says he’s “not sure” if Giuliani is getting “played” by Russia
    9 Feb 2020

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