In this episode I address the astonishing new connections between the Clinton team’s attacks in the 2007 presidential election, and the same tactics used in 2016. I also address the selective use of edited videos by the liberal media to attack conservatives.
- Nancy Pelosi tried to play games with President Trump, that was a big mistake.
- A top Democrat now admits that border walls work.
- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez should lead by example and give up 70% of her salary to the government.
- Discredited liar Michael Cohen is making new allegations against Donald Trump.
- This August, 2017 piece regarding the Manafort raid looks awfully suspicious now.
- This liberal judge’s immigration decision will infuriate you.
- Fantastic new economic numbers you must read about.
- My latest commentary, “Americans are all in for the Border Wall”.
- Pelosi and Schumer are wasting the President’s time.
- New polling shows that Americans understand the crisis at the border.
- The NY Times screws up another “collusion” story.
- Another angle on The NY Times major screw up.
Fox News reports:
“This isn’t a search for the truth. It’s a witch hunt,” Giuliani told host John Catsimatidis in an interview with AM 970 in New York. “This is what is wrong with these special prosecutors and independent counsels. They think they are God.” Giuliani added: “They seem to want to prosecute people at any cost, including the cost of ethical behavior and the rights of people.” Giuliani accused Mueller of crossing boundaries for the purpose of “intimidating” Trump’s allies into saying “what he believes (is) his version of the truth,” in light of the surprise plea agreement Thursday with Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer.
Speaking about former Trump campaign official Paul Manafort, Giuliani says, “When you look at Mr. Manafort they’ve had him in solitary confinement… They have repeatedly questioned him. And they told him they don’t believe him and they want him to give certain forms of evidence that would implicate the president in things that Mr. Manafort says are untrue.”
The former New York City mayor described how Mueller’s team dragged Manafort to their offices “about 12 times” to question him. Each time, however, Manafort said he couldn’t tell prosecutors what they wanted to hear.
“There’s a point at which they’re sending a terrible signal. An ethical prosecutor would stop this and pursue some other line of inquiry with other people. After all, he’s just saying what everybody else has said. There’s no evidence that the president was involved in any sort of collusion about the election,” he said.
Giuliani hasn’t been one to hold back in his criticisms of Mueller.
Last week, after former Trump attorney Michael Cohen plead guilty to lying to Congress, Giuliani blasted the special counsel for timing the plea with the president’s trip to the G20 summit in Argentina.
“It is important to understand that documents that the Special Counsel’s Office is using to show that Cohen lied to Congress were voluntarily disclosed by the Trump Organization because there was nothing to hide. It is hardly coincidental that the Special Counsel once again files a charge just as the President is leaving for a meeting with world leaders at the G20 Summit in Argentina. The Special Counsel did the very same thing as the President was leaving for a world summit in Helsinki. With regard to the hotel proposal in Moscow, the President has been completely open and transparent.”
In this episode I address the growing levels of panic among the international players in the scheme to take down the Trump team. I also address the unbelievable costs of illegal immigration and the backdoor efforts of the anti Second Amendment crowd to take away your gun Rights.
Just in case you hadn’t heard, this morning, The Guardian reported that former Trump campaign official Paul Manafort “secretly” met with Wikileaks’ Julian Assange three separate times (in 2013, 2015, and 2016).
No, it wasn’t just a random news story that manifested organically and just happened to hit publication one day after reports that the Special Counsel accused Manafort of breaching his plea agreement and lying to their office and to the FBI.
Make no mistake, today’s story–as Dan breaks down in the podcast–was deliberately leaked, and designed to turn public opinion against Manafort and distract Americans from the real scandal: The Obama Administration’s gross weaponization of our nation’s intelligence agencies against a political opponent and the continued malfeasance demonstrated by the Clinton team.
What Mueller hoped to gain out of the leak of the Manafort-Assange story was to further influence the court of public opinion by insinuating that Manafort organized a meeting with Assange so he could coordinate the infamous Wikileaks DNC email leak.
So, why is all this happening? Dan points out that the Special Counsel team is desperate to put the squeeze on Manafort and get him to tell an exaggerated version of the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting, which Manafort attended. This leak was designed to force Manafort back to the negotiating table and “revise” his account of the Trump Tower meeting.
Why might the Special Counsel want Manafort to tell an exaggerated version of the meeting? Because it is the only iota of evidence connecting the Trump team to Russia.
The bottom line is, the Russia collusion narrative is a complete hoax, and Robert Mueller is attempting to save face.
In this episode I address the scheming going on to protect players connected to Wikileaks from being exposed by the Trump administration. I also discuss the tactics being used by the backers of the migrant caravan to turn public opinion against the United States. Finally, I address Twitter’s shameful censorship tactics and how to fight back.
The President blasted Mueller for his one-sided approach to justice, writing, “The Phony Witch Hunt continues, but Mueller and his gang of Angry Dems are only looking at one side, not the other.”
Trump also took aim at the mainstream media, writing “The Fake News media builds Bob Mueller up as a Saint, when in actuality he is the exact opposite.”
The tweets come on the heels of the news that the Special Counsel has accused former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort of lying to the FBI and the news that former Infowars editor and Roger Stone associate, Jerome Corsi will reject a plea deal offered to him by Mueller’s office.
The Mueller probe is expected to be winding down, and President Trump submitted his written answers to the special counsel’s questions last week.
The filing says, “After signing the plea agreement, Manafort committed federal crimes by lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Special Counsel’s Office on a variety of subject matters, which constitute breaches of the agreement.”
Manafort’s team disputes the allegations, telling a judge that their client “believes he has provided truthful information and does not agree with the government’s characterization or that he has breached the agreement.”
In September, Manafort pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy against the United States and one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Manafort agreed to forfeit five properties including his Trump Tower apartment, three bank accounts, and a life insurance policy.
Also on Monday, former Infowars editor and author Jerome Corsi said he will reject a plea deal that has been offered to him by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
“They can put me in prison the rest of my life. I am not going to sign a lie,” Corsi said in a phone call with CNN.
According to The Atlantic staff writer, Natasha Bertrand, Corsi told her he would not accept Mueller’s plea deal on one count of perjury because it would require him to sign a statement saying he willfully lied, which he denies.
In this episode I address astonishing new details about the surveillance operation on the Trump team. I also discuss the disturbing details surrounding the arrest of a Capitol Hill insider for a doxxing incident. Finally, I address the remaining options for the Democrats in the Kavanaugh confirmation.