Lou Dobbs Interviews Sidney Powell…

Fox Business Host Lou Dobbs outlines some stunning information about the recently released FBI documents and how they align with President Obama’s involvement.

Additionally, General Mike Flynn’s defense counsel, Sidney Powell, gives her perspective on the release and what it could mean for their case.  Additionally, Ms. Powell discusses a rather odd order from Judge Sullivan to stop the defense from submitting further evidence in the case until the DOJ attests there is no evidence left to deliver.

 

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133 Responses to Lou Dobbs Interviews Sidney Powell…

  1. what do we make of Judge Sullivan putting a hold on Powell filing any more documents?

    That is worrisome if you ask me.

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    • avi says:

      actually its a perjury trap for Van Grack

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      • WSB says:

        Please explain…

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      • Luke says:

        It’s possible
        But at this point, good faith cannot be assumed.

        Throw Grack in the clink for contempt of court, and then we can talk.

        Grack willfully and deliberately withheld exonerating evidence from the defendant.
        He should already be disbarred.
        He further defied specific court orders to produce documents he was *already* legally obligated to provide.
        There’s already plenty of rope to hang him. Pull the frelling trap already. He needs to dance on air.

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      • Bulldog84 says:

        That makes no sense. Why would he do that? He’s shown no inclinations to target the prosecution before, and in any event is Van Grack even on the case anymore? I thought the US attys for DC were the ones on it.

        The “quit filing stuff” order is the judge being influenced by an immature and/or lazy staff who appear to overwhelmed by the case and want to stop things coming in that they will need to review. Very unprofessional, but then again the law schools aren’t putting out the best these days.

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    • coolmamie says:

      I think it makes perfect sense. He wants to see the complete picture before he rules.

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      • WSB says:

        Sullivan already has enough, IMHO.

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        • tageweb says:

          Yes, Sullivan has enough to exonerate Flynn. But, if I was Sullivan, I would be soooo pissed at the DOJ and FBI, that I would want to see everything that they hand over. The more the better: “All the better to criminally charge the dirty cops!”

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          • will not happen – imho

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          • WSB says:

            Save for the possibility that Sullivan is one of them.

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            Sullivan is not the mighty and neutral judge you may be assuming him to be. He is a veteran DC swamp dweller who has shown his bias in many of the politically-related cases over which he has presided. I will be (pleasantly) surprised if he actually does anything favorable to the general, especially since he is white and no longer a member of the DC swamp.

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            • grumpyqs says:

              That’s right Jumpinjarhead! Besides, he likes being in the light during all those cocktail parties and really gets into being a member of Washington’s Secret Society! He just might convict the General to save his buddies and immediately retire..

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                I sadly do not think it is even “might,” as the standard for allowing a plea withdrawal is very high such that he can hide behind it and just kick the cab to the Court of Appeals where the bar is even higher in terms of reversing a trial judge.

                I am appalled (that is not nearly a sufficient word to describe my actual feelings (heart) and opinion (brain) but it will have to do) that the DOJ has not already withdrawn the case or at least tried to in an appropriate motion expressing mea culpa and total lack of fundamental fairness, to get the case dismissed.

                Regardless of what Sullivan does, Barr should already have convened a grand jury and be getting indictments against ALL the participants, extending from “by the book” Obama to the most junior agent involved. Then ALL of them should be arrested in the same manner as Manafort and Stone were and perp walked in daylight in cuffs and leg irons.

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            • H. Hawke says:

              He’s black.

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                Indeed. Of course we are consistently reminded and even chided by the likes of the criminal AG Holder et al. that blacks (or whatever the “correct” term of the day is) simply cannot be “racist” or “bigoted.”

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          • wlbeattie says:

            IMO Another Amy Berman Jackson!

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          • Linda K. says:

            They can criminally charge the perps in the FBI and DOJ, but Flynn will have to file a civil suit for damages. The more information and proof he has, the more outrage his case will carry.
            It is hard to get justice when you have been slandered and ruined and are broke. You are going up against wealthy and powerful people who do not want to do the right thing at all. Not many lawyers are willing to do the work it takes to bring a case for free and “corporations” will bury you in paperwork and bs. Flynn is most fortunate to have Sidney Powell working on this for him. We all are, so the truth will be revealed.

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          • lackawaxen123 says:

            some of the released docs are coming from the Durham criminal investigation according to Powell … the judge has nothing to do with future prosecutions …

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        • coolmamie says:

          It depends on what Sullivan WANTS to do. If he wanted to let Flynn out of this, Sullivan already has plenty evidence to hang that hat on. Unfortunately, I suspect he wants to let the plea stand and sentence Flynn. Each release makes that harder….. but not impossible. He does not want to pass sentence and then something come up that makes him look like a compete ass.

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          • WSB says:

            Yes, that would be a problem for him.

            Game of chicken between the DOJ and Sullivan, IMHO.

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          • mark says:

            Agreed, this is not only a travesty for Flynn but its an outrageous waste of taxpayer money paying for this trial that goes on and on and on. Sullivan doesn’t have to wait for anything. It was a clear set up. He needs to end this thing now.

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          • dissonant1 says:

            If you were a judge wouldn’t you want to have ALL of the evidence before you before rendering a decision to dismiss (or not)? Makes sense on several levels, not just on the CYA aspect.

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            I think you are much closer to the true situation although I think the judge is much more sinister in terms of bias and possibly racism that you suggest.

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          • Sullivan and the doj already look like the complete asses that they are. Anyone paying just slight attention to this debacle already knows this.

            “They” can keep playing “politics” if they like, but I see our VSG President as having an itchy trigger finger at this point and likely ready to have his man back on the team, and if anyone knows how to get that done, it’s President Trump.

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          • Linda K. says:

            Sullivan is already looking pathetic, but as Lou Dobbs noted, the press is helping him out by ignoring this story.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          MORE THAN. 🙂

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    • AnotherView says:

      I agree….I was rather shocked when she said that Sullivan. What the heck is going on.

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    • ATheoK says:

      Saves the defense team from having to refile/restate because of more recent releases from DOJ.

      Not that explains Flynn’s prior legal team suddenly dropping more files they overlooked on Flynn.
      Durham should include everyone who conspired with DOJ, including Flynn’s prior legal team where Holder was a co-partner.

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      • Dutchman says:

        The fact, as relayed by Sidney, that SOME of these documents had stamps indicating that Durham had at one time had them, does NOT bolster the position that he is going to indict anyone.

        Barr has had PDJT delegate HIS supreme declass authority, which means Durham, as Barrs agent, ALSO has full authority to look at any relevant document.

        And yet, these documents are just NOW coming to light, and in THIS manner?
        I still think this is a result of the new Sheriff at the,FISC court, and the order to sequester material from Carter Page FISA,warrant.

        We KNOW Mueller team had all SOETS of material, based on two-hop from CP warrant. Corsey said,when they interviwed him, they had EVERYTHING;
        His emails, texts..phone call transcripts,…EVERYTHING.

        They two-hopped EVERYONE in the Trump campaign, including DJT.

        And ANYTHING they got from that, that they used to persue prosecutions, was poisoned fruit.

        Anyway, my point is, just cause documents came FROM Durham, doesn’t me HE is the driving force behind turning them over to Sidney.

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    • Delay. Delay. Delay. Live to F Flynn another day.

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    • dissonant1 says:

      If you read Sullivan’s order it says he is doing this “in the interests of judicial economy and efficient case management.” Although I wouldn’t trust this guy as far as I could throw a stick, I’ll take this as a reasonable explanation that doesn’t necessarily have an ulterior motive. Especially given the May 11 deadline noted by Ms. Powell in the interview.

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      • AloftWalt says:

        I call BS. Sullivan set previous discovery deadlines and agreed to DOJ delays. Even after which the deadlines were violated by the DOJ when they miraculously found the Brady documents which just happened to cause Covington to produce 1,000s more. Now there’s no time limit for the DOJ to adhere to. They get to set it. This is a ploy to run out the clock until the election in the hope that our PDJT fails being re-elected and then Flynn is sentenced, can’t be pardoned and everything gets swept into the dustbin of history.

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        • johnnyfandango says:

          Sullivan needs time to get his marching orders from LawFare. Check for an ear piece when he’s on the bench, I’m sure someone is instructing him what to do. He’s a bum. He should really be replaced on the case. His ”traitor” comments showed his true colors and he’s tainted the case with that opinion.

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    • wlbeattie says:

      What do we make of Judge Sullivan’s erroneous comment suggesting @GenFlynn was a traitor?

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    • in my opinion it will be taken out of his hands soon. Barr’s DoJ is going to dismiss the case. Not being a lawyer, I don’t know if that means dropping charges, or some other legal filing that says in layman’s terms ” we got nothing, this is a cluster now and we’re out of here”

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        Barr’s DoJ is going to dismiss the case.

        I hope so!

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      • Spatch says:

        Couldn’t agree more. I’m thinking Sullivan is giving them time to end this because he doesn’t want to be the one that has to expose his corrupt homies Barry and Holder…

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  2. NJMAGA says:

    That Lou Dobbs interview with the great Sidney Powell was EXCELLENT. The media is going to black this out…it’s that bad.

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  3. susanphd says:

    wow. outstanding interview w/ Sidney Powell. Lou Dobbs was fantastic. Best ever.

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  4. WSB says:

    Sidney is now on with Hannity.

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    • WSB says:

      “…all the way up to the White House.”

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      • Paul says:

        1 million likes!

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      • MVW says:

        If it was just the Executive and Legislative branches we would be home free with just sunlight, but FISA court trouble and the lack of proper oversight by the bent Chief Justice John Roberts makes this a different level of corruption. I have a better appreciation of Trump’s emphasis on appointment of judges over what I thought before.

        But the ownership of the media and their propaganda is deadly, ownership of it must be cleaned up. ‘Wholesale News’ Reuters and AP are owned by the same group. The ownership of the retail news, CNN, etc are owned by a handful of Globalist Corps. Anti Trust would seem to be applicable, perhaps given their involvement in covering for criminal behavior in the Gruberment, maybe RICO?

        So, the Criminal Syndicate extends well past the Obama cell.

        Then the China Virus happens. No. This is not corruption anymore, this is a real WAR.

        Trump I think sees it and is giving China a chance to back down. Nevertheless, the act of WAR has to be responded to. I think that will happen, but until November 3, and the vote count and certification, pray to God.

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        • WSB says:

          Agreed, MVW. The RICO and current World War III are all valid and real.

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        • Dutchman says:

          It has been a war, for many years, but until the escalator ride, only one side (CHINA) was fighting the War.

          And their MAIN method of fightimg is corruption. They actually are terrible at a bullets and bombs war.

          Last time they actually fought was in Korea, and 17 Chicom division, totally surrounding ONE American marine division,…got their *sses kicked.

          (Chesty Morgan). They use their military for INTIMIDATION, not confrontation.

          On the Media, if there was the,WILL (If Congress wasn’t corrupted by Chicoms, there IS Anti-trust. In addition, WE the American people own the airwaves, the networks LEASE airtime from the government, and at one time the government exerted some control over content: the fairness doctrine comes to mind.

          On Obama, of COARSE He and his administration were running this, but they had a silent partner, and I don’t mean the loud, complicit media.

          I mean the Republicans in Congress;
          Remember all those REPUBLICAN Senators singing “Bob Mueller is,an honorable guy, which nobody can deny!”?
          This exposes just how shoddy the Mueller investigation was, and they were all going on camera, and on record, attesting to Muellers ‘Honor’.

          And, lets not forget the same people who were doing this at the FBI, McCabe and Comey, were responsible for mid-year exam, the ‘exhoneration’ of Hillary.

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    • WSB says: “Sidney is now on with Hannity.”

      Who is on notice about his 99% good fbi BS

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      • Rowdyone says:

        Hannity never did acknowledge the fact that the IG conducted a random survey of FBI field offices to ascertain how appropriately they filed for FISA warrants learning that violations abounded. So much so that he cut short his survey concluding that violations were common in the field. So much for the integrity of the 99%. So even he will not accept the enormity of the corruption and recently repeated the 1%, upper echelon guilty falsehood.

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        • owtolunch says:

          Sorry — this was not a random survey … it was a comprehensive audit of all FISAs since 2015.

          The random part was of the oversight review conducted by FBI headquarters of FISA packages that were cherry picked by the field offices as their best products.

          When the IG found how lax the effort was — the IG ramped up the game and it continues today.

          So much that he put out an interim report — to let folks know that — the shit has hit the fan and they better get their asses in gear to fend this one off…

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  5. Paul says:

    Excellent Interview!

    Sidney Powell last 30 second was concise/penetrating linking the entire coup to Obama.

    Justice is Coming!

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  6. jx says:

    Hasn’t DOJ previously claimed several times that all material was turned over, only to later “find” more material?

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    • Beau Geste says:

      IIRC, they represented DOJ had turned over all materils “IF IT EXISTED”.
      And sullivan did not ‘think’ to make them state whether or not it it existed, and if so, what it was.

      sullivan wasn’t very curious to find out, despite being all huffy and polishing his reputation about his insistence on exculpatory material.

      And then this damning material, that sullivan can no longer ignore, pops out of the woodwork. With more coming !!

      It will be interesting to see how sullivan handles his duty to discipline evidence-withholding, liars, and unethical practice in his court. And his ethical obligation to report to Attorney Discipline Agencies.

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  7. F2000 says:

    If Sullivan dismissed the case, wouldntt the FBI/DoJ obligation to produce evidence also end?

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    • Beau Geste says:

      sullivan could grant the motion to withdraw the extorted guilty plea, which would require continued evidence production, and open up depositions of the liars, evidence-hiders, and schemers.

      sullivan could dismiss the case, but continue with evidentiary hearings for disciplinary action, with interrogation of the liars, evidence-hiders, and schemers.

      He could also deny the plea withdrawal and dismissal motions, and sentence General Flynn, hopefully followed by being a star of a new Sidney Powell book”: LICENSE TO FRAME AND CONVICT”. And maybe even an impeachment investigation for lack of “good behavior” if PDJT wins, the repubs regain the house, and hold the senate.

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    • WSB says:

      Yes, but then the entire Russia case and Mueller probe and everyting else fails.

      Herein lies the problem, IMHO.

      And this is why we know Sullivan is part of all of this.

      Catch 22.

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  8. Amy Burgess says:

    So the DOJ will do nothing and the judge will assume there’s no more evidence, then after he hangs (not literally speaking. Felt I had to qlarify) Flynn the DOJ can say oops.

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  9. Drogers says:

    It feels as though I’ve {unbeknownst to me} been holding my breath for the last three years. And now I’m slowly letting it out all the time aware this thing of ours could still reap only minimum perpetrators.

    I’ll cautiously watch for any breaking news for a couple of days as I think our citizens have had enough hair on fire events and we could all use some time to absorb the latest happenings.

    However, were I asked if I thought next week was going to come another barn burner week … yeah, I’d be for banking on it. Strangely enough I find myself excited/expectant as to what good things may come to pass.

    We’re getting there Treepers. Slowly but steadily we are getting there.

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  10. bigd57 says:

    You gotta love Lou Dobbs!

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  11. AU NG says:

    At 13:23 mark, Powell was talking about “the memo Comey wrote to himself.” Is it public? Or was she referring to Susan Rice emailing herself?

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    • Linda K. says:

      I think Comey’s memos have been released. Sundance probably has them in his archives. Comey wrote them immediately after his visits with President Trump on his little government computer in his little government car. But they were “personal” memos, you know.

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      • AU NG says:

        Thanks for your input. However, she said Jan 5th. Trump tower meeting was 1/6/17. It’s possible she misspoke the date, but then she talked about the events of 1/6/17 later in that conversation. I was wondering if Comey actually had another memo after oval office meeting on 1/5/17 that I don’t know about. Perhaps she was referring to Susan Rice’s “by the book” email. I would appreciate if anyone could enlighten me.

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  12. maggiemoowho says:

    Judge Sullivan is probably protecting the dirty deeds of Biden and the Obama Administration, until after the election.

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      I think your right he is running out the clock. The Senate is also running out the clock and with this COVID virus it has become much easier for them.

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  13. Landofliberty says:

    Judge Sullivan did not want more peace meal evidence put in his hands. He wants that stopped and then the rest of the evidence that he required the DOJ to hand over the Sidney Powell by May 11th….then give it to him in totality..not bits and pieces…

    Hannity has claimed this 99% FBI thing long enough and needs to be called out for it as well as the FBI itself. The damage this has done to any justice we may have had is beyond measure right now. Most of us were on the fence or skeptical before. Now we are convinced. Hannity continuing to say the 99% of the FBI is great could be Hannity himself spewing PROPAGANDA and not even realizing it. To think others had no idea of it would be like closing your eyes and saying I can’t see.

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  14. trishinsouthernillinois says:

    I love when watch Lou & I hear Sundance!
    The banner even said, “….obama implicated.”
    👍😀

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  15. Landofliberty says:

    P.S…….Hannity needs to stop having Newt and Lindsey on the broadcast. If he thinks they contribute anything he’s blinder than a bat. Lindsey has done nada to date. Just talkers, and please tell me any contribution Newt has done at all….I don’t want to hear them. I want to hear John Solomon or Sara or McCarthy or Gregg. I could listen to them for the whole show !!!!!!
    If you read this Shaun, we love you but sometimes your rude to the ones we want to hear most. Give your guest time. Try not having so many guest. When you cut them off it just makes us want to turn you off…get it ?

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    • Bigly says:

      Yo. LandofLiberty – there is this thing called a remote?

      No , Shawn isn’t listening to you. Lol, but at least you feel better, ehhh?

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      • Obviously further explaining it to Bigly would be a waste of keystrokes. But since I work 5 hours per week now, I have the time.
        Hannity talks over his guests to the point where we don’t get to hear much at all of importance. He needs to change his game.

        When so few shows have guests of substance on, the hosts need to allow them the time to get ALL their points across. Not just 1 of 5 followed by a monologue of outrage (or fake outrage?).

        Hannity’s TV show has been like a soap opera for 3 years: bait the hook, then leave it in the water just long enough for all the fish to swim up “until tomorrow.” Then tomorrow becomes next month, then the next month, and so on. It’s good for ratings. But what else?

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  16. Screaming Eagle says:

    Sydney has steel and regality in her fearlessness !!…. WOW !!……. So poised, doesn’t move a muscle, stares you right in the eye, lays it out on the table. She dares you to lie, knows she has the ability to go wide and deep, in a nano second !! God, how I’d love to see this brilliant lady in live court.
    She’s Molly Pitcher reincarnated – and she is living in our times !!

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  17. Bigly says:

    Gee, if it goes all the way to Obama’s desk and has Hillary’s paws all over it – what do you do:
    1. Russiagate
    2. Impeachment gate
    3. Virusgate
    4. Close DC until August – stop justice long enough to steal an election – then cover it all up.

    Never happened. I know we ain’t supposed to say virus was an implant – but sure smells like fish.

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  18. TradeBait says:

    Yet, you get All Hat No Cattle Gowdy saying today that firings is all that will happen – no convictions/jail time for the bad cops and other criminal elements. This drib drab of bits and pieces is getting old. We know what happened. We know what happened to the Nixon bunch for doing 1% of the amount this criminal cartel has done. There better be blood drawn with prison shackles or the alphabets will be toast to We the People.

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    • gunrunner03 says:

      Can’t stand the man but in this case I think he is correct. “Your record is what it says your are:” Three AGs over three years = zero indictments.

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  19. woohoowee says:

    Fantastic interview! Lou and Sidney both covered a lot of information in a very easy to follow and understand way. Doesn’t get any better than that 🙂

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  20. burginthorn says:

    “Our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt political establishment with a new government controlled by you, the American People. There is nothing the political establishment will not do, and no lie they will not tell, to hold on to their prestige and power at your expense.

    The Washington establishment, and the financial and media corporations that fund it, exists for only one reason: to protect and enrich itself.

    The establishment has trillions of dollars at stake in this election …”

    Washington Establishment. Financial and Media Corporations. Rogue Elements of the Intelligence Community. The Muslim Brotherhood. And last but certainly not least China. ALL of the above against President Trump.

    There are no words when you stop and think …

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    • Dutchman says:

      burginthorn;
      So glad you quoted PDJT’s FIRST inaugeration speech.
      Y’all please note NO WHERE in there is he saying, or implying that he is addressing his remarks about the Political Establishment at DEMOCRATS.

      Because he is NOT. He was “calling out BOTH faces of the Uniparty, and made it clear he was and IS an intrinsic threat to THEIR power.

      McConnell has, and will continue to undermine PDJT every way he can, right thru election day. I am watching to see if he tries to throw Senate majority to Dems; other than election fraud, its about their only hope.

      This elections insurance policy.

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  21. GH says:

    I cut the cable three years ago.

    Prior to ditching cable I watched Hannity pretty much o a daily basis..
    QUESTION:
    Has anybody else noticed that right when a guest is about to reveal something new or provide a long sought answer to an issue, Sean cuts the guest off. I’ve seen Hannity do it dozens of time.

    Can anybody relate?

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    • Riskographer2 says:

      Yes, this morning. Sidney was on with Maria Bartiloma and as soon as she mentioned the weird action by the Judge, Maria thanked her and ENDED the interview.

      Truly a strange moment.

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    • WSB says:

      Sean has a hostage contract. Lou Dobbs does not. Easy to see.

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  22. Rex says:

    Is it just me or do I detect diminished faith in this Judge Sullivan by Sidney Powell in just the last couple of days?

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  23. I’m curious about this secret side deal between the prosecution and the Covington lawyers. Was that side deal also kept secret from Flynn by his own lawyers?

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    • Linda K. says:

      Probably. Flynn didn’t know his lawyers were compromised. They made a deal with the prosecution to protect themselves and told Flynn what to do legally.

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  24. RJ says:

    Obama’s favorite movie, “The Godfather” had that scene where “Sollozzo” mentioned that “Don Corleone” had the judges in his pocket as a reason he wanted his help.

    So, the question for me is: Judge Sullivan, alone or in someone’s pocket and if so, who’s pocket?

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  25. Psycho Monkee says:

    Because ALL roads lead to 0bastard, NOTHING resembling “justice” will result. Legions of wicked souls in the Local, State & Federal alphabet agencies assure continued injustice. The ugly unraveling of civility in American is only in the first inning.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Psycho monkey;
      IMHO, your post doesn’t make sense.
      Obama is OUT of office, he doesn’t have much ‘power’ to wield, any more.

      He can’t exert power to protect the small group of coupists from indictments, for instance.

      But McConnell can,….

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      • Psycho Monkee says:

        Yes, “OUT” but legacy protection at all costs. Thus continued no indictments, no significant personnel changes in the Federal alphabets and unabated injustice across the board.
        Turtle = DS
        Bozo resides in DC for a reason.

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  26. Retired IG says:

    Very powerful interview. Thank you CTH for posting it. In my mind and spirit, Lou Dobbs is the new Walter Cronkite. If you don’t trust me on this go look for Cronkite’s reporting on the Vietnam War. Wow.
    I have one other role model in my life equal to Sidney Powell: Catherine Austin Fitts. I pray that both of continue their quests for truth an justice..Speaking truth to the dark powers that exist take more guts than I have ever had.
    And Judge Sullivan, in my opinion, is OVERWHELMED, and perhaps might be realizing he cannot please all Masters in his rulings re General Flynn.
    Judge Sullivan needs our prayers now. He is in a very UNFORTUNATE POSITION. Uphold the RULE OF LAW. however unpopular that may be to the SWAMP, creatures or CAVE to them and lose all credibility. I would not want to be walking in his moccasins.
    Heck, in my dreams if he does the right thing in these times, Judge Sullivan ought to be nominated at our next Supreme Court Justice.

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  27. Retiired IG says:

    Typos abound on my comment, Darn and apologies.

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  28. clulessgrandpa says:

    Does anyone know what crime Weissman was going to charge Flynn Jr?

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    • Dutchman says:

      I believe the threat was to charge Flynn Jr with FARA violations. Jr was involved in Flynns company, and they did charge Flynns partner, and WERE requiring Flynn to cooperate, as part of his plea agreement.

      However, they decided NOT to have Flynn testify, and the partner beat the charge.
      Anyway, FARA violation was the threat, pretty sure.

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  29. This was truly a blockbuster interview. Sidney is succinct in her summary of these rat bast*rds and their behavior.
    I agree it is hard to understand why Judge Sullivan is delaying.

    A positive theory is that more evidence helps in bringing down more of the felons in the FBI, DOJ and government (I dream of bringing down Obummer, but don’t think he’ll see his deserved punishment until he meets his maker).

    Is there any way we can construe the desire for more docs as a means of constraining Flynn’s ability to seek civil redress once this long and unjust criminal try is finished?

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  30. S. Armaticus says:

    Here’s a thought about why Obama hated Gen. Flynn.

    Iran is not the key. The key is the Obama Administration attempt to create the ME caliphate. Obama allowed the Egyptian government to be taken over by the Muslim Brotherhood. The Eqyptian Army had to take the country back and after that, Obama did not have a large Middle East player with a large military that could create the Muslim geopolitical player, i.e. the Caliphate. Syria was not palpable to Obama since Assad was a moderate leader (supporting the Christians, attended JPII funeral, etc…) Kahdafi was eliminated (something that they couldn’t do with Assad) because he called in the Russians. So an Iran on the threshold of obtaining nuclear weapons was the next best thing. The only problem is the Shia/Sunni thing, but with a nuclear capability, that kind of goes away… as far as Obama probably thought.

    And Gen. Flynn’s anti-Iran posturing was not what Obama needed to get his great foreign policy success for the annals of the transitional presidency and all the rest of that leftist garbage…

    Anyways, that’s my 2 cents…

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  31. Puzzled says:

    Sullivan is part of team prosecution. He doesn’t want to leave open any possible further information that could make his decision look more reprehensible so he wants it all out. As noted in a previous Sundance posting avoid the outrage, Sullivan will look at the information and say investigators, prosecutors were simply discussing, debating strategies on how to take down a notorious criminal and traitor. I have seen fake news headlines characterizing the communications between the criminal FBI as a ‘debate’. Bizarre of course but I think that is what will happen, Sullivan will rule against Flynn, saying despite all the ‘noise’ he is guilty.

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  32. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    The point she made that caught my attention was that some of this came from Durham. That shows there is something actually going on behind the scenes and more to be released through next week. How long before they start ratting on each other?

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  33. True re Durham and good interview. I have said before Sullivan is controlled by his clerks (DOJ/Lawfare wannabes and friends) -They have to do a slow walk /delay now with Powell filings bc seeing Durham’s name involved on these releases they need to figure out a new weaselly strategy going forward – I think they want to trigger VSGT into pardoning Flynn so MSM/Dem talking point can be “Trump pardoned a man who pleaded guilty” > They can’t let Flynn be exonerated /dismissed via the court system, it is a ” Crossing the Rubicon” moment for them, the Flynn prosecution/guilty plea was a basic foundation for the whole Mueller and whole phony witch hunt fiasco.

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  34. opsie says:

    Remember that Covid19 presser whenTrump standing next to Barr asked Dr. Birx whether she would think when if ever the press sitting there apart would be sitting on each others lap again?
    That is what I think will come with the whole bunch crushing down.

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  35. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Things like 6:45, 8:41,and 9:42 are what make me cautiously optimistic about Barr and Durham.

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  36. mikeyboo says:

    Sullivan is in the tank for the corrupt establishment. This was not a difficult case-given all the evidence submitted by Flynn/Sydney Powell.

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  37. TheWanderingStar says:

    I hate purple ties.

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  38. Everett Miller says:

    S Powell should replace Wray as head of the FBI–right after Flynn gets named new National Security Advisor. There she can fire the scum. Then move her to Attorney General (let AG Barr go home and play his bagpipes) where she can prosecute all these traitors and send them to jai.

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  39. James Groome says:

    The DOJ is having MAJOR problems prosecuting cases investigated by the FBI… the court room conviction rates for cases investigated by the FBI has fallen DRASTICALLY! As of late 2019 the conviction rate has fallen by something like 20 pct in the last few years, from in the mid 70% – to the mid 50%… AND with the drip drip drip of negative information regarding the DOJ and FBI being consumed by MOSTLY flyover states I WOULD BET the conviction rate will CONTINUE TO DECLINE.
    If I were on a jury there is NO WAY I would take a FBI 302 at face value, which office or FBI branch generated the 302 would be of ZERO significance. Unless the FBI had provided a copy to the person and that person signed off on the 302’s contents then it is a biased account at best.

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  40. sarsfield says:

    possible that durham team called judge and told him more was coming? Powell would probably not know this.

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    • dwpender says:

      No. Durham is part of DOJ and such a communication would be an improper ex parte one (and this isn’t the FISA Court). If Durham felt a need to convey some information regarding the Flynn case, his proper route would be to Jensen, then to the prosecutor now handling the case, then to the Judge with simultaneous notice to Powell.

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