In this episode I address the media’s central role in advancing the set up of Mike Flynn, and the spying operation on the Trump team. This episode will disturb and trouble you.
Three Senate Democrats have filed a lawsuit today calling the appointment of Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker illegal, according to Reuters.
Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI), say President Trump violated the Constitution and denied the Senate the right to vote on Whitaker’s confirmation.
Blumenthal said in a statement, “President Trump is denying senators our constitutional obligation and opportunity to do our job: scrutinizing the nomination of our nation’s top law enforcement official. The reason is simple: Whitaker would never pass the advice and consent test. In selecting a so-called ‘constitutional nobody’ and thwarting every senator’s constitutional duty, Trump leaves us no choice but to seek recourse through the courts.”
Last week, the Department of Justice released a legal opinion stating that Whitaker could legally serve as acting attorney general, writing, “As all three branches of government have long recognized, the President may designate an acting official to perform the duties of a vacant principal office, including a Cabinet office, even when the acting official has not been confirmed by the Senate.”
Whitaker has come under fire from Democrats who claim his history of comments about Robert Mueller’s probe into President Trump and Russia are grounds for recusal from his oversight role in the investigation.
House Democrat leaders recently sent a letter to an ethics official at the Department of Justice, demanding Whitaker’s recusal, writing, “There are serious ethical considerations that require Mr. Whitaker’s immediate recusal from any involvement with the Special Counsel investigation of the Russian government’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.”
Prior to his appointment as acting attorney general, Whitaker told radio host Andrew Wilkow that there was “no collusion” between Russia and Trump.
“The truth is there was no collusion with the Russians and the Trump campaign,” he said. “There was interference by the Russians into the election, but that was not collusion with the campaign. That’s where the left seems to be combining those two issues.”
Whitaker also appeared on CNN in 2017 and suggested that a new Attorney General could reduce Mueller’s budget and grind the investigation to a halt.
President Trump told Fox News yesterday that he “would not get involved” in Whitaker’s decisions as it relates to his oversight of the Mueller probe, and said he was confident that Whitaker was “going to do what’s right.”
Whitaker was appointed acting attorney general earlier this month, when Attorney General Jeff Sessions submitted his letter of resignation at President Trump’s request.
Potential Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi slammed the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions this week; conveniently ignoring her calls for the senior Trump aide’s removal in March 2017.
We are far past recusal. Jeff #Sessions lied under oath. Anything less than resignation or removal from office is unacceptable
Pelosi weighed-in on Sessions’ abrupt resignation on social media just minutes after his announcement, saying “It is impossible to read Attorney General Sessions’ firing as anything other than another blatant attempt by @realDonaldTrump to undermine & end Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation.”
Pelosi’s comments are in stark contrast to her heated rhetoric early last year when she demanded Sessions’ “resignation or removal” from office.
“We are far past recusal. Jeff #Sessions lied under oath. Anything less than resignation or removal from office is unacceptable,” she tweeted.
In this episode I address the behind the scenes machinations after the firing of Jeff Sessions. I also address the Thousand Oaks attack. Finally, I discuss the shameful behavior of Jim Acosta at the White House yesterday.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has resigned.
Fox News reports:
“At your request, I am submitting my resignation,” Sessions wrote in a letter to Trump.
Sessions departure from the Justice Department is not unexpected, as the president has signaled changes to his administration after the midterms. But no one faced more rumors of an imminent dismissal than Sessions.
For more than a year, Trump has repeatedly lambasted Sessions over his recusal, saying he wouldn’t have installed Sessions as the country’s top law enforcement officer had he known his attorney general would recuse himself from the Russia probe.
In September, Trump said of his strained relationship with Sessions, “I don’t have an attorney general. It’s very sad.”
Shortly after taking office, Sessions removed himself from the Russia investigation in March of 2017, citing his involvement as a high-profile surrogate and adviser to Trump’s campaign.
In this episode I address the need for the Department of Justice to move quickly on issues surrounding internal corruption. I also discuss the troubling liberal strategy to suppress our Rights using pressure campaigns, along with what the strategy to fight back should look like.
In this episode I address the explosive information contained in the court paperwork in the leak investigation. I also address President Trump’s comments at the G-7 and the recent decision by the DOJ which could decimate Obamacare.
Did Bob Mueller find something so destructive to the Democrats that he had to refer it for investigation? In today’s episode I address the explosive revelations yesterday, that were largely ignored by the media, but are beginning to paint a devastating picture of the attack on Trump.
Explosive new developments contained in the Comey memos destroy the Russian collusion narrative and point fingers at the Democrats for the email leaks. I also address a scheme by the NY Attorney General to take down the President.
In this episode I discuss the real reasons behind Jeff Sessions’ decision not to appoint a second Special Counsel. I also address a solution to our healthcare crisis that Obamacare is holding up. Finally, I address the problems with pension funding and how it relates to you.
In this episode I address the growing surveillance state and how it will impact both criminal behavior and the behavior of innocent Americans. I also discuss the recent positive economic news and I show how the numbers differ from the Obama administration numbers.
In this episode I address the suspicious timing of the latest media attack on Jeff Sessions and what I think it says about the investigation into government malfeasance. I also discuss the renewed push for new tax cuts and the real world effects of our out-of-control spending.
In this episode I address an interesting analysis of yesterday’s election upset in Pennsylvania. I also address some common gun control myths and the potential firing of the FBI Deputy Director and what it says about Jeff Sessions.
In this episode I expose some troubling connections between the Clintons and key figures in the Obamagate spying scandal. I also address Jeff Sessions’ efforts to investigate spying abuses by the Obama team. Finally, I discuss the positive economic news and what it means for you.
Hard evidence suggests that a massive scandal is brewing at both the FBI and the Department of Justice.
Back in January of last year, an Obama administration appointee gave a must-see press conference about emails between Hillary Clinton and President Obama. This piece has the critical details.
How is John Kerry not guilt of Logan Act violations for the recent stunt he pulled?
Trump says “there’s no collusion whatsoever.”
I discuss the possibility of a presidential indictment and a personal pardon and the constitutional arguments for both.
I address a path forward for President Trump with regard to his dissatisfaction with Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Was Chipotle sabotaged?
Finally, I address the federal government’s policies on seizing property from citizens.