Daily Recap — April 16

It’s…….a Monday.


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THE UNIBROW THAT WOULDN’T DIE

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If you’re anything like me, God forbid, you’re pretty tired of seeing James Comey’s stupid, disingenuous face. Frankly, if I have to listen to another of his moral lectures I’m going to flip out. You know what I wish? I wish a professional hypnotist would convince Comey and David Hogg that they had to perpetually punch one another in the face in order to stay alive. 

I would (ironically) die of laughter.

But that’s neither here nor there. The fact is Leakin’ James is dominating the news and so I owe him at least one more piece. It won’t be nice, but it’s here. Comey has decided to cash in on the thriving Trump-hate market and use his platform to launch below-the-belt attacks on PDT. You know, it’s part of that “ethical leadership” he’s always yammering about. 

In this piece, we’ll go down what was actually in the interview, then discuss what should have been.


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LEAKIN’ JAMES ASSORTED DRIVEL:

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He called PDT “morally unfit” to be POTUS:

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“I don’t think he’s medically unfit to be president. I think he’s morally unfit to be president.

Lecture on, Pussy Hat Pope.

“A person who sees moral equivalence in Charlottesville, who talks about and treats women like they’re pieces of meat, who lies constantly about matters big and small and insists the American people believe it, that person’s not fit to be president of the United States, on moral grounds. And that’s not a policy statement. Again, I don’t care what your views are on guns or immigration or taxes.”

I’m not going to take the time and dissect everything wrong with that statement. Suffice it to say, PDT was not making a “moral equivalence” between Nazis and leftwing protesters, even though there isn’t a dime’s worth of difference in the two. He merely stated what the media refused to report; that not everyone at that rally was there to warn about a Jewish takeover of America. Many just wanted to preserve history. 

As for the lies, well, some refutations write themselves. Comey isn’t exactly the authority on such matters. 

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He refuses to rule out collusion with the Russians, despite having no evidence after a couple years:

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“It’s possible.”

Well no joke, Jim. It’s also possible that robotic monkeys are building a death ray in an underground compound in Nigeria. But there’s an equal amount of evidence for both claims.

It would be *ethical* of you to mention that.

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On PDT obstructing justice:

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“I mean, it’s certainly some evidence of obstruction of justice. It would depend and– and I’m just a witness in this case, not the investigator or prosecutor, it would depend upon other things that reflected on his intent.”

Now Comey wants to lecture on intent in a criminal case? Seriously? I can’t make this stuff up.

The guy who couldn’t find “intent” in a woman destroying loads of evidence that had been subpoenaed by Congress now thinks Trump’s intent deserves a good, hard look. It’s like this guy was born with a rare medical condition that renders him incapable of shame.

It’s amazing the lack of respect he has for the general public and their ability to spot his inconsistencies. The really sad part is it’s not entirely unfounded. Welcome to the world of tribal politics. We better fix it, on both sides.

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On his own massive ego:

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Listen folks, if my ego were a person, it would be one of those 700 lb people on Maury Povich who woke up too fat to leave the house one day. I know what big egos are about. But #BelieveMe, I’ve got nothing on this sanctimonious douchecanoe. Take it away, James:

“I have to be careful not to fall in love with my own view of things. And so that battle with ego and my sense that memoirs are an exercise in ego convinced me I was never going to write a book.”

Comey is the only guy  on Earth who can talk about his battle against being a douche and COME OFF EVEN MORE DOUCHEY. 

Douchebags all over the world should pray toward his house 5x a day like Mecca. 

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On George Papadopalaplapapalapoulos triggering the Russia probe:

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“The FBI got information that there was somebody who had had– was a foreign policy advisor named Papadopoulos to the Trump campaign…..who had been talking to someone in London about getting dirt that the Russians had on Hillary Clinton as part of their effort to influence our campaign– the– our election.”

It was all about George, huh, Jim. That’s odd. One would think that with all the public scrutiny regarding the pee-pee dossier and how it was used, that the FBI would be more than happy to inform Congress of the *real* story of how the investigation got started. Yet, the FBI stonewalled Devin Nunes for nearly a year when asked to produce the original Papalapaplapalapadpoulos memo that supposedly kicked off everything. And when they did produce it, the redactions were so heavy as to be of no informational value. Only when threatened with impeachment did they produce a less redacted document.

We’ve yet to find out what they were hiding. Musta been good, huh James. 

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On how it was a mistake to tell PDT he was not under investigation:

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“Now in hindsight, given the challenges I had with President Trump and his frustrations that I wouldn’t publicly say he’s not under investigation, I think the better argument is it was a mistake.”

Really? So during a time in which our sworn enemies are trying to marry nukes to long range missiles to destroy our homeland, when we’re battling all sorts of crises at home, Comey thinks it would be a mistake to inform the POTUS that he’s not under a friggin criminal investigation. So it would be better for him to squirm and wonder every night, along with his supporters?

Comey truly is a sick man. Don’t ever tell me he gives the slightest damn about this country.

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NOW LET’S DISCUSS WHAT THIS LITTLE CLINTON MIDGET SHOULD’VE ASKED:

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Considering George Stepha-whatever worked directly for the Clinton Administration and has been a loyal Clinton Foundation donor for the last decade, one doesn’t expect a whole hell of a lot out of him in terms of objectivity. Then again, what legacy media reporter isn’t a leftwing hack?

But that’s why, on the 8th day, God made the internet; so poor shmucks like me can pick up the slack. 

Let’s go down a list of questions you’re not likely to hear posed to Comey, unless he actually makes into a witness stand. Tip ‘o the hat to Kimberly Strassel, whose diligent work I’ve combined with my own to formulate this list. 

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Ok Leakin’ James, answer me this

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 1) You repeatedly call the pee-pee dossier’s author, Christopher Steele, a “credible source.”  Does the FBI routinely view as “credible” sources hired by political operatives? You say Steele had a “track record” but did the fact he was now working for political operatives in an election year not throwing up any red flags? You know, ones say “this is a political hatchet job”? Are you stupid, incompetent or dishonest? Pick one.

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2) Did you know Steele had been hired by Fusion GPS? Did FBI do any due diligence on Fusion, and discover its long record of being hired to dirty the reputations of its clients’ political foes? How could you not know that Fusion was a smear firm? And if you didn’t know, are you really telling me that you didn’t even do cursory research on the source of a highly consequential “intelligence product”?

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3) Did you ask Steele who had ultimately hired him? If he claimed to not know wouldn’t that be worrisome–that a “credible” source (and former friggin spy) was willing to work for/benefit an unknown client? If by contrast he refused to tell you, doesn’t that undercut credibility?

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4) You claim the “effort” was originally financed by a Republican source. You are aware, correct, that the actual dossier effort was only ever financed by the DNC and Clinton campaign? The Washington Free Beacon only funded oppo-research against Trump. They had nothing to do with the actual dossier. It’s embarrassing to have to tell you this.

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5) By his own admission, Steele handed info to FBI and then briefed press–despite having been told not to. Are these the actions of a “credible” source? Does it concern you that your “credible” source blew open to the public your investigation? Yes, you reportedly fired him once his leaks to the press were discovered (how ironic), but didn’t the mere act of leaking suggest something about the integrity of your prized source?

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6) The FBI must’ve known the fall news stories–particularly Yahoo News–came from Steele. Sourcing was obvious. Yet you told FISA court your “credible” source had not talked to media. Either you didn’t follow up on stories before going to court, or Steele lied to you. Which one? And if it’s the latter, again, does that not tell you your source is full of crap?

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7) You say nobody should ever lie to FBI. If Steele did lie –and considering you fired him for it, you believe he did–  why has he not been prosecuted? Or Andy McCabe, who was shown to have lied on four occasions to FBI agents? Or yourself, or Hillary, or just about any damn body from the Obama administration.

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8) You acknowledged the pee-pee dossier to be “unverified” all the way to the day you were fired. Yet you used specific unverified claims in it (Page) as basis of FISA warrant four times. Please, explain how that works. Last I checked, the bar for FISA warrants was supposed to be relatively high, and the checks and balances are such that one isn’t even submitted unless the info behind it is concrete. Why was that standard abandoned in this case?

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9)You say what mattered was dossier’s central “premise”–that Russia attempted to interfere in election. Can you name a time in modern history where Russia wasn’t doing that? So why then give special credence to a political hatchet job in the form of an unverified dossier?

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10) Again, given your strong feelings about lying: Why did the FBI never take any follow up action against Huma Abedin, whose statements to FBI are at odds with emails FBI possessed? There is documented proof of her lying. What makes her and the boss she’s protecting untouchable?

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11) Staying on the lying train: the FBI usually interviews witnesses up front, to see if they lie at start. Why did you not interview Hillzdawg until after whole YEAR of work, and after you’d made judgement? You espouse the importance of the FBI treating everyone equally. Then why did you allow the Clinton camp to destroy evidence with no recourse? Why was her entire inner circle given immunity? Why wasn’t her interview recorded? Why weren’t her inconsistent public statements not used to demonstrate intent to lie?

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12) Let’s talk about your buddy Deep State McCabe and that IG report that finds he lied repeatedly–both to you and about you. Do you still believe he “stood tall” as you tweeted in January? Or is he one of the “small people” helping “tear down” an institution? Pick one Jimmy.

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13) You say you believe in “chain of command” and note how you followed AG Lynch-Whitefolks’ instructions even on questionable issues (like that “matter”). If you’re all about following the lawful chain of command, how do you explain your dismissal of AG Sessions’s authority, and your decision to conceal vital information from him?

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16) You justify your numerous releases of FBI information on grounds that each met high bar of serving “public interest.” Yet you saw no “public interest” in confirming publicly what you’d told Trump privately–that he was not under investigation? Your notions of the “public interest” seem to be very selective.

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17) You have long claimed to be apolitical, but now it’s clear –by your own words no less- that many of your decisions factored in politics heavily. You note expecting Clinton to win and worry of making her an “illegitimate” president, which is ironic considering that’s all your FBI has been trying to do to Trump since he entered office. Does this not run directly counter to DOJ policy, which specifically states: “politics must play no role in the decisions of federal investigators”? You literally admitted to violating that policy. 

 


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Can you imagine Leakin’ James getting serious questions like that? Nah, me neither. But that was the whole point in sitting down with a Clinton sycophant, now wasn’t it. 

If anything brings me comfort after being subjected to Comey’s gobbledygook, it’s that the investigation into the FBI’s handling of the Hillzdawg probe is ongoing. Not only that, but they’re also being investigated for their actions leading up to election, specifically Comey. That one was ordered by the Democrats, hilariously enough. 

Be careful what you wish for, coochie cappers!

 

 


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BIG DAY IN COURT FOR COHEN

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Not to mention PDT and our Republic as a whole.

There was a very important hearing today stemming from the thuggish raid on Trump attorney Michael Cohen carried out by King Bob’s friends in the Southern District of New York.


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Before we get into what happened, let’s discuss how we got here:

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  • The Failing Washington Post reported that Cohen is being investigated for bank and wire fraud.
  • Last week, FBI agents raided Cohen’s home, office and safe deposit box. They seized papers and electronic material, including communications with PDT.
  • According to Cohen’s attorney, investigators in the federal prosecutors office for the Southern District of New York City were informed by King Bob that Cohen arranged for a payment of $130,000 to Stormy Daniels in exchange for her silence about an affair with PDT.
  • Daniels has filed suit to get out of the agreement, claiming it was voided because PDT did not sign the agreement document.
  • PDT says he knew nothing about the agreement, that it was something Cohen did on his own. 

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The players:

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  • Cohen – Trump’s long-time attorney was ordered by the judge to appear at the hearing to answer questions about who his clients are. 
  • Trump – It’s his communications that they’re trying to protect.
  • Joana Hendon – Trump’s attorney.
  • Stormy Daniels – Massive hoe. Real name is Stephanie Clifford. Says she had an affair with PDT in 2006, and that Cohen paid her $130,000 in “hush money” prior to the 2016 presidential election.
  • Michael Avenatti – Daniels’ attorney. Real dirtbag. Avenatti told The Failing Washington Post he would be there because, “We want to maintain or ensure that the integrity of the documents, whatever was seized, is maintained.” Sure. 
  • Todd Harrison – One of Cohen’s attorneys.
  • Attorneys from the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York – They are prosecuting the case.

 


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WHAT IS THIS HEARING FOR?

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In short, PDT wants to review material seized from Cohen before federal investigators review it.

 

PDT and Cohen are arguing that they want to be allowed to review documents that in relate to the president in any way in order to protect attorney-client privilege. Here is the  letter filed with the court on Sunday night.

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The DOJ –Trump’s DOJ– is arguing that there is no need for Cohen and PDT to see the material because they have created a “clean team,” separate from anything to do with the case, to review the material. The job of the “clean team” is to review and separate if necessary material that could compromise attorney-client privilege. 

Oh yeah, I really trust this DOJ to field a “clean team” to make sure the president is treated fairly. Right. You have to be kidding me.

PDT’s attorneys have asked the judge to give the president copies of all of Cohen’s seized materials so that the attorney could identify any materials that involved Trump. Once they established that the material involved dealings for Trump, the attorney argued, they could then determine what material would be deemed “privileged.”

Basically, PDT is saying they need to see the material to make sure their rights aren’t trampled upon, whereas the DOJ said they’ve already got things in place to ensure that no privileged material is reviewed. Pro tip: In the process of determining what material is reviewable, THE DOJ WOULD BE REVIEWING THE MATERIAL. Don’t let these scumbags get away with this. 

This is giving me an aneurysm. 

Cohen filed a temporary restraining order last week to stop investigators from reviewing the material. Today is all about seeing whether that order can remain in place or if the G-men can roll up their filthy sleeves and dig in. 

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What does attorney-client privilege mean and how does it apply here?

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Attorney-client privilege means a person has a right not to disclose, and prevent others from disclosing, communications between himself and his attorney.

 

The privilege is asserted when a person is served with a legal demand for the material.

 

In this case, material has been collected from Cohen’s home and office, and Cohen and PDT (his client), are saying they need to see the material to determine if it falls under the attorney-client privilege.

 

Attorney-client privilege is different from executive privilege. Executive privilege applies to the POTUS and is rooted in the Article II, section 2 of the Constitution. Executive privilege means that some conversations with the president are protected from discovery by others. 

 

However, the Supreme Court ruled in United States v Richard Nixon, that the executive privilege is not absolute. If it’s considered to be integral to a criminal investigation, it can be collected. Seeing as how Mueller himself acknowledged Trump not to be a criminal target, though, I fail to see how that case could be made. 

 


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THE VERDICT:

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I could have started out with this part, but aren’t you glad you actually know what’s going on, rather than just a headline? Then again, after I tell you the verdict, you may be angry with me either way.

Unfortunately, as my fellow cynics could have probably guessed, the judge ruled against us.

Judge Kimba Wood of federal District Court in Manhattan denied the attempt by Cohen and PDT to stop prosecutors from reviewing the materials that the FBI seized from his office, home and hotel room. So that restraining order Cohen had….gone. 

All is not lost, though:

In a victory for Cohen, Wood did order the government to create a database of what was taken from Cohen and share it with his legal team.

However, Wood has yet to make a final decision on another Cohen request that she appoint a neutral third party known as a “special master” to sift out privileged materials. It’s a compromise of sorts. The fight has been over who should be the arbiter of what is privileged, so Cohen’s team is suggesting an outside party come in so that neither the government or PDT/Cohen are calling the shots. 

But again, prosecutors have said a standard “clean team” can review Cohen’s materials and decide what is privileged and cannot be given to criminal investigators. Given the behavior of the DOJ over the last couple years, sorry, I don’t think any kind of “standard” team can be trusted to do the job properly. 

The judge expressed confidence in the U.S. attorney’s office handling the case but noted that there might be a role for a special master to ensure the “perception of fairness.” HOW ABOUT ACTUAL FAIRNESS. Good lord. 

“I have faith in the Southern District U.S. Attorney’s Office,” she said. “Their integrity is unimpeachable.”

Unimpeachable? Really? The people who picked a lock to execute a no-knock raid for documents they didn’t even bother to subpoena first? Those are the folks with unimpeachable integrity?

I hate to say it, folks, because Judge Wood was appointed by Reagan, but she smells like a hardcore coochie-capper. 

 


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BOTTOM LINE:
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No way to sugarcoat it, we lost today. The only silver lining is that the judge might agree to Cohen’s request to appoint a neutral party to review the documents before the core investigative team gets ahold of them. 
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Prediction: We’ll find out about surveillance on Cohen over this past year. It, like everything else, was designed to get dirt on PDT. They can say this is all about Cohen if they want, but the fact is, if he weren’t PDT’s lawyer they wouldn’t have busted into this office that day. They wouldn’t give him a second thought.
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It’s all about getting the silver bullet for PDT.
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It’s stressful, but when all the smoke has cleared, we’ll be on top.
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Don’t even think about questioning me. 

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HACKIN’ VLAD STRIKES AGAIN

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Senior U.S. and British officials today blamed the Russian government for coordinated cyber attacks against internet infrastructure worldwide in an effort to conduct espionage and intellectual property theft. 

Officials said that Russian hackers have been conducting a months-long cyber campaign against network devices used by government organizations, private industry, critical infrastructure operators, and internet service providers. The hackers have tried to breach routers, switches and firewalls in an effort to breach organizations across the globe, according to reports.


 

White House cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce said that the hackers were likely conducting the attacks for spying purposes or intellectual property theft, but said the access could also be used to facilitate future offensive activity. 

“When we see malicious cyber activity, whether it be from the Kremlin or other nation-state actors, we are going to push back,” Joyce told the #FakeNewsCrew today.

Officials at the Department of Homeland Security, FBI and Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre conducted a joint investigation into the activity. Officials said that the attacks spanned several months, though noted that they do not have a full picture of the scope of the activity.

U.S. and British officials released an unprecedented joint technical alert on the malicious Russian activity Monday

Russia reportedly targeted “millions” of network devices as part of the coordinated campaign, including small office/home office routers and residential routers. It is unclear to what extent the attacks were successful, though officials noted they have confirmed some successful breaches.

According to the technical alert, the hackers looked for security weaknesses in network devices that they could exploit in order to gain access. The methods allowed the hackers to intermittently and persistently access “U.S. critical infrastructure that supports the health and safety of the U.S. population,” the alert says. 


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DA TROOF:

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I’ve been asked whether these hacking reports are true. Well, it’s kind of complicated, but the short answer is: quite possibly.

Russia does indeed launch many hacking operations around the globe, although this particular attack has all the markings of China. Intellectual property theft and residential breaches are a Chinese calling card, if you will.

It’s also possible to leave a trail of electronic bread crumbs leading to other folks. Things like proxy servers make it very difficult to trace electronic origins. It’s not impossible, however. And since I don’t have the intel in front of me, I must leave open the possibility that we caught the Ruskies red-handed, though such a thing is rare in the hacking world. 

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DA LARGER TROOF:

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This stuff literally happens every day. Every developed country in the world conducts cyber espionage 24/7, some with more malicious intent than others, but all of them spying nonetheless. 

A headline reading “Russia conducts cyber attack against the U.S.” may as well read “Sun rises today, predicted to set later on.” China has an entire military brigade that does nothing but hack our government and country all day, every day. Don’t get me started on Israel.

These sorts of things make the news now because hostility towards Russia is the Left’s new fad, at least until it can no longer be used as a battering ram against the Trump presidency.

So yes, Russia hacks us. So does everyone else. We do stuff back. We’ll do stuff back this time, too. That’s not to downplay the threat. We’re entering an era of cyber warfare and we’d better have our ducks in a row. Our electrical grid and other critical infrastructure are at stake, and yes, they are attacked with regularity. 

But all this newfound hysteria regarding Russian cyber attacks is ignorant at best and disingenuous at worst.  

The legacy media are blowing up every story like this in order to push their narrative. Don’t fall for it.

 


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MORE CLINTON CRIMES

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This could be a weekly segment.

According to an exclusive Fox News report, the Hillzdawg Campaign and DNC allegedly used state chapters as strawmen to launder as much as $84 million in an effort to “circumvent campaign donation limits, and the Federal Election Commission ignored complaints exposing the practice,” a lawsuit filed today claims.

Taken from the Fox report:

“The Committee to Defend the President (CDP), a political action committee formally known as Stop Hillary PAC, filed its complaint with the FEC in December 2017 with the claims that the Hillary Victory Fund (HVF) solicited cash from big-name donors, and allegedly sent that money through state chapters and back to the DNC before ending up with the Clinton campaign.

As first reported by Fox News at the time, the CDP alleges in its complaint that about $84 million was funneled illegally from the DNC through state party chapters and back into the war chest of the Clinton campaign. The political action committee claims that even though the FEC acknowledged receipt of the complaint and claimed that an investigation would be conducted, the needle has barely moved.”

Clinton crimes being overlooked? Color me shocked.


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So basically, people would donate to the state chapters, who in turn would give the money to the DNC to add to Hillzdawg’s war chest. If they donated to the Clinton war chest directly, it would be a clear violation of donation limits. But since it was being recycled from the various state parties, the money isn’t coming directly from donors.
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“Based on publicly available FEC records, repeatedly throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, HVF would purportedly transfer funds to its constituent political committees, which included between 34 and 40 state parties,” reads a passage from a copy of the complaint. “On the very same day each of these transfers supposedly occurred, or occasionally the very next day, every single one of those state parties purportedly contributed all of those funds to the DNC.”

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Seeing as how this money would reach the state chapters and then be sent up to the DNC usually within the same friggin day, the intent to circumvent campaign finance laws seems pretty blatant.
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But remember, the FBI couldn’t even find criminal intent when Hillary destroyed subpoenaed evidence, so don’t underestimate the FEC’s ability to somehow find this all to be above-board. 
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Just like the Clinton Foundation, Hillzdawg ran the DNC as a giant money-laundering operation during her campaign. That type of conduct is all she knows. It’s what she does. It’s who she is.
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And even though we all know she’s guilty (again), she’ll likely get away with it. Because they can’t prove she meant to break the law.
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It must be nice to always be considered too stupid to prosecute.
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In the meantime, PDT’s lawyer gets his personal communications raided because of supposed campaign finance violations. How’s that for a double standard?
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Oh well, the FEC says the investigation is “ongoing.”
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We’ll hope against hope that it bears fruit.
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LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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In an effort to remind us how much He loves us, God has given Laura Ingraham the last laugh over impudent little gun-grabbing brat David Hogg.

If you’ll recall, Hogg linked up with his little Marxist buddies to organize an advertiser boycott of Laura’s show beginning on March 29, after Ingraham tweeted that Hogg was whining about getting turned down by colleges that he wouldn’t have necessarily been accepted to anyway.


 

As of Friday, April 13, 27 companies had announced they would pull their advertising from the show, but one — Ace Hardware — announced it would resume its sponsorship of the Ingraham Angle, citing the “incomplete” information it had when it originally announced its withdrawal, “incomplete information” being code for “we didn’t realize people would be this pissed when we caved to that little brat.”

 

Other advertisers, such as the amazing MyPillow, issued statements defying the boycott and announcing their continued support for Ingraham’s show.

Now for the really good news….

 

Ingraham’s viewers seem to agree with the MyPillow guy. Since Ingraham returned from vacation on April 9, total viewership of her program has averaged about 2.7 million #GoodHombres a night. 

Compare that to the ratings from March 26 through March 29, the Monday through Thursday just prior to the boycott: That week, Ingraham’s total viewership averaged 2.23 million. That means the boycott has increased her ratings by a whopping 20%. That’s significant — very significant. 


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Let this be a lesson, Trumpers. DO NOT CONFUSE NOISE FOR POPULARITY. The Left are very adept at organizing, which is certainly something that our own side could learn from, but when it comes down to it they’re just like every other bully — punch them in the nose one good time and you see that they’re not so big and bad after all.

A couple weeks ago, all I heard was about how Laura was done for this time; that the little commie had her number. But when good people saw what was happening, they responded. And now, Laura is bigger and better than ever.

Do NOT lose hope. We have power and we tend to show up when it matters most. Let’s take that mindset into November’s midterms. Remember, the folks screaming about the so-called blue wave headed our way are the same ones who were celebrating Ingraham’s demise last week.

We can beat them, and we will. We have to.

 


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1 thought on “Daily Recap — April 16

  1. Thanks Sir Trey great recap. It is a mess ! I did not watch any of ABC and Comy
    How can they lie and write a book ( to off set their lies , but continue to lie to try and fix the other lies…
    We have to win … Lord Jesus ,we the American People need help… The American People with your help Lord elected President Donald J Trump as President Of The United State Of American .Lord how vindictive the Democratic has become,they are so against the President , we need your help Lord…

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