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In the Limbaugh interview, linked above, Rush says that Hillary "needs to go to jail." And, I would add, not only Hillary, but the whole cast of characters who tried to overturn an American election-- they all need to go to prison. This is not just a matter of revenge, though it would be sweet. It's much more important than that. I would even say that it is historically the most important part of the treachery of the past few years.

If none of the key figures goes to prison, what we have seen in this silent coup will not only happen again, but it will be much worse next time. They will be emboldened by the lack of consequences. They will have gotten away with it. They are all still strutting around, pimping books, giving well-paid speeches, blabbing on the leftist networks.

Barr, as the trustee of the rule of law in America, cannot allow that to be the upshot of treason. Sessions was not just a failure, he became part of the problem, as damaging to our country in his own clueless way as any of the perps.

It is all up to Barr now, and the stakes could not be higher.


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Joe Biden...seriously, he should go back to doing his real job which is being the third guy in a car in a Sonic commercial.*

*courtesy of Dennis Miller


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Trump is already trolling Joe! He should have went with Sleazy Joe instead of Sleepy Joe though. It would make his creeper problem stick to him. Every time Trump would say Sleazy Joe everyone would be reminded why he calls him that.


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You know, it just occurred to me that as I sat glancing at CNN over my lunch break yesterday in my company cafeteria that the dems are back on the impeachment bandwagon with some republicans supporting them.

With no reason to impeach and them still pushing the issue, I realized that they are now even more desperate than before. They realize that President Trump will be reelected and nobody on their side can stop him. Now the establishment is trying to take him out before his term is over and they don't even want the possibility of having to put anyone up against him for reelection because he's proved them all to be a bunch of empty suits.

Rush even commented yesterday asking; why aren't republicans rejoicing and taking victory laps? Why are they not riding the momentum? Because to do so would cement a President Trump reelection. The uniparty cannot have that.

The establishment is drowning and is in utter panic. GOD forbid they have to do things that strengthen this country and it's people. They cannot have that.

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the dems are back on the impeachment bandwagon with some republicans supporting them.

Yeah... go for it!

Impeaching Trump
By William L. Gensert

The Democrats control the House, and while those in the party’s “old guard” like Pelosi and Schumer counsel caution, the new leadership (Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, and Tlaib, et al.) are avid proponents of impeaching “the motherf*@ker.” The media will love it, and so will the base. Frankly, it’s difficult to envision another move by the Democrats that would be more popular with the media, academia, celebrities, and the rabid Democrat base.

Besides, for years Democrats have lived and breathed, “Trump colluded with the Russians and stole the 2016 Presidential Election from the sainted Hillary Clinton.” It’s no stretch to go from there to “Trump obstructed.” They shouldn’t just let something like that go. They must impeach him, if only for the children…

Most people don’t understand impeachment. Were you to ask 100 random people what a president had to do to be impeached and probably better than 90% would say, “Break the law.” You see, most people are fair; they think you actually need to do something wrong to be punished. To be fair, the Constitution does say “high crimes and misdemeanors.” But impeachment is political, not criminal, and a majority in the House gets to decide the definition of “high crimes and misdemeanors.”

Clearly, Mueller knew long ago he had no case for collusion, probably before the election. He certainly would have noticed the “farce” the first time he took the time to peruse the Steele Dossier, which reads like a bad treatment for a screenplay written by a high school sophomore who spent half his time agitating for the legalization of marijuana… dude.

Yet still, he took the job as special counsel. Of course, one can’t discount the power of anger in his decision. After all, just before accepting the position, he interviewed and didn’t get the job as director of the FBI. Apparently, President Trump saw something in the man he didn’t like. Trump, a visceral man, has lived and died on gut feelings and is a good judge of character (at least he was in this instance).

Mueller, ever the savvy institutionalist, realized that he would never be a member of any Trump administration and decided to deracinate the man and his machine instead. Hence, Mueller gifted America a 22-month investigation, ostensibly in search of a crime, but in reality, an exercise in building a case for impeachment.

Mueller is a man who has built his career on destroying the careers, families, and lives of people with little regard for guilt or innocence -- or the law and the truth for that matter. He was a perfect choice to tee up the ball for the Democrats in the House.

Mueller, recognizing there was no crime early on and knowing that without a crime Obstruction of Justice charges wouldn’t fly, knew his investigation had to be about impeachment. Therefore, he hired the most politically biased team of prosecutors ever assembled to run the show. Even though it was never about prosecution, he had to keep the “threat” of prosecution alive and popular through the midterms because it would help the Democrats to retake the House, a necessary step for impeachment to be possible.

To make it all work, he needed a series of indictments for something. He had to stay in the news and. “keep hope alive.” Entrapment and process crimes served that purpose and when that got a little thin, he threw in some Russians who would never see the inside of an American courtroom – had he wanted a real shot at that he would have sealed the indictments and waited around until the 2020 election when they came back to America to try again.

For good measure he threw in some Russian organizations (nothing is scarier than companies run by Boris and Natasha), one of which didn’t even exist during the time period covered by the indictment and whose lawyer took the opportunity to point out his client’s resemblance to the proverbial “ham sandwich” and the “pettifoggery” of the work output of Mueller’s crack team of prosecutors.

The unctuously written report was the centerpiece of the plan. Mueller used his non-decision on obstruction in Volume II as a handoff to Democrats in the House. He made a political case for obstruction to give the Democrats the framework they needed for impeachment, which will surely pass the House but fail in the Republican-controlled Senate. Conviction shouldn’t matter to the Democrats, however. They’ve been fully invested in this plan since Hillary and supporters wept on election night in 2016.

This is their time. This was their plan. They can’t quit now. They’re almost there.

It’s not as if Americans are going to see it as unfair persecution of a man who did nothing wrong, much like themselves. And maybe it will take voter’s minds off Democrat plans to seize their guns, cars, free speech rights, most of their money, and every other little thing the Democrats want to do to destroy the people in order to save the nation.

Read more: https://www.americanthinker.co...p.html#ixzz5m7JP391I



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Mike Huckabee hosted Ingraham's show last nite and had an excellent panel discussion with Giuliani, Robert Wray and DiGenova.

Their discussion begins at approx. the 11:40 mark.

These guys are fired up. DiGenova pulls a grenade pin at 19:55.

I fully enjoyed the absence of Ingraham's constant interruptions!


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After years of denying there was any problem at all...Thomas F'ing Friedman of the NY Times writes this:



https://www.nytimes.com/2019/0...nytopinion&smtyp=cur



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Their discussion begins at approx. the 11:40 mark.

These guys are fired up. DiGenova pulls a grenade pin at 19:55.
Yeah, I'm fired up, too. The Comey report they referenced, coming out in two weeks- who is the author of the report?
 
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Their discussion begins at approx. the 11:40 mark.

These guys are fired up. DiGenova pulls a grenade pin at 19:55.
Yeah, I'm fired up, too. The Comey report they referenced, coming out in two weeks- who is the author of the report?


Robert Ray referenced the anticipated report from Inspector General Michael Horowitz, which is due in the May/June time-frame.


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No, a separate report- only about Comey- was referenced at 17:27.


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No, a separate report- only about Comey- was referenced at 17:27.


DiGenova does make mention of "there's another report that everyone has forgotten about", which is expected in a couple of weeks, that "will be a bombshell and will have criminal referrals."

You are correct - he does not mention who is authoring the report or what department or agency is releasing it. It sounds like it will be related to the many lies and deceptions that Comey the Weasel and his reprobates presented to the FISA court.


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if this is the bombshell report I hope it is and it leads to the prosecution of Comey, hopefully it is the first of many

does anyone know if AG Barr is putting together his own team of special prosecutors?



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In the "Comments" section of the Strong Panel Segment With Joe diGenova Discussing Origin of FISA Abuse…. thread at The Conservative Treehouse, several people asked about the content/ origin of this report, and to one of them Sundance replied "Memo leaks."

We shall see.


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Limbaugh is not a politician, but he is-- obviously-- well connected. He plays golf with the POTUS. The fact that he said so directly, so boldly, that "Hillary needs to go to prison" makes me believe that something is in the works.

And Sundance is the single best political observer/commentator in the country.


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Great short interview with former US District Attorney, Joe diGeonova:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8VCb-_Gh8U

Synopsis: "Hell is coming to breakfast", and all of us here will be cheering, just like we were when Trump was elected.


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One possibility for the Comey report coming out soon (per Joe DoGenova)

https://www.foxnews.com/politi...-classified-material

Justice Department IG probing Comey memos over classified material

The Justice Department’s internal watchdog is probing James Comey's handling of classified information as part of the memos he gave to a friend documenting discussions with President Trump.

A source familiar with the probe confirmed to Fox News the inspector general is looking at whether classified information was given to unauthorized sources as part of a broader review of Comey's communications outside the bureau -- including media contact.

The developments put the ex-FBI boss in the crosshairs of an investigation just as his former deputy, Andrew McCabe, faces a criminal referral over a separate leak.

The Wall Street Journal reported that at least two of those Comey memos have been to found to contain material now deemed classified, prompting the inspector general investigation.

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related Jan 2018 story

https://www.foxnews.com/politi...-pal-demands-answers

Grassley says Comey leaked classified information to professor pal, demands answers
 
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Reminder guys. Trump interview on Hanity in four minutes (at least that's when show starts).

If you are in a hurry skip to 14:55, otherwise worth watching from beginning.




Link to original video: https://youtu.be/mOS4yyfKxyA

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Did Geraldo Rivera sound under the influence just before the President went live with Sean? Gesh.

Sounds like Trump feels the hammer is going to fall hard and soon on the "other side."



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Here is the Grassley ltr that triggered the new stories about Strzok / Page texts. Note the texts being discussed are not new, they were published by Sen Johnson a long time ago








adding: Sara Carter has more info about the letter

https://saraacarter.com/breaki...s-to-spy-for-bureau/

The texts and sources reveal that Strzok had one significant contact within the White House – Vice President Mike Pence’s Chief of Staff Joshua Pitcock, whose wife was working as an analyst for Strzok on the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server.

A senior White House official told this news site that Pitcock’s wife recused herself from the Clinton investigation as soon as Pence and Trump became the Republican nominees in July 2016. A senior law enforcement official also told SaraACarter.com that Pitcock’s wife no longer worked under Strzok after she recused herself from the Clinton investigation.

However, the text messages uncovered from November, 2016 and have left questions lingering about the relationship between Strzok, Pitcock and his wife among congressional investigators and lawmakers.

The Senators are investigating if any “of these communications, and the precise purpose of any attempts to ‘develop relationships’ with Trump or VP Mike Pence transition team staff are not immediately clear.”

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"Katie's husband" is then Joshua Pitcock.

What does it mean that Strzok wants to "develop for potential relationships" ?
 
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