November 19, 2019

Week two of empeachment inquiry

 

 

 
okay Brad will it’s impeachment day it’s
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it’s Wednesday afternoon and I’ve been
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watching the hearings off and on and I’d
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have to say that the ship hasn’t landed
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many punches the two ambassadors if
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these are the star witnesses it’s it’s
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it’s pretty weak stuff and the big
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punches have been landed by Devon Nunez
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and Jim Jordan and they’re at the
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council the guys didn’t catch his name
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but I don’t think they’ve got much to
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run on and as it is I think this
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impeachment inquiry is going to wind out
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being a net loss for the Democrats until
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you agree and yeah they’ve gotten in
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some very tough questioning at the
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hearings today and some of which even
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putting on some of the star witnesses
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okay
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after your testimony then so fine what
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is exactly the law that the president is
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broken under which he’ll be impeached
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and then it’s you know crickets in the
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background and nobody says anything
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because the president didn’t do anything
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illegal which always kind of leads me to
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one of the questions and I try to take a
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look at these things kind of from
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Occam’s razor
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perspective you know what is the one
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answer that fits all of the data points
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and questions that are out there and to
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me what’s what’s happening is not so
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much a case of trying to target
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President Trump for impeachment although
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they love to make trouble for President
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Trump as well I think this is more of a
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thing where the the the Democrats are
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attempting to protect Joe Biden because
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I think it’s very common among
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Democratic strategists today that the
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conclusion that Joe Biden is the only
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guy that has any chance of beating
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President Trump and Joe Biden has got a
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real problem with this Ukraine issue
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because it looks a lot like corruption I
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mean it’s it I would love to hear his
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excuse for this whole thing but you you
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take into account his son under Biden
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who was making eighty-three thousand
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dollars a month had no experience in the
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energy sector and it was a former drug
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addict and emotionally unstable guy and
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yet getting paid eighty-three thousand
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dollars by the his company now we know
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for a fact that he was putting these
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people in contact with say State
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Department for meetings but also his
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father the photograph sir
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where the two top executives from this
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energy company were also playing we’re
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playing golf with Hunter and Joe Biden
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both so we know those contacts were
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established and then of course we’ve got
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Joe Biden himself who admits to
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insisting that this prosecutor who was
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investigating the energy company who was
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paying his son eighty three thousand
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dollars a month he insisted that
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prosecutor be fired or the United States
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was not going to come forward with a
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billion dollar aid package so talk about
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quid pro quo well the trouble well the
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Democrats came back against that because
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that was brought up what the Republicans
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have been doing very well today is is
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bringing hunter and Joe Biden into the
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story and asking the ambassador’s about
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about BER yzma but the the problem is
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that the the the Democrats even though
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they’re trying to they’re trying to
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impeach the integrity of the prosecutor
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that Joe Biden got fired as if he was
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strictly concerned about you know
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Ukrainian prosecutorial cleanliness when
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we all know that he you know that was
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when he’s filmed saying you know you’ve
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got six hours to fire this guy and this
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was when meetings were taking place at
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the State Department where hunter
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Biden’s name was being dragged into
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everything so even there they may be
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trying to keep Joe Biden viable but I
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think he’s a dead man walking a dead
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candidate for one thing he can’t spring
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three sentences together without
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sounding like you know a crazy person in
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the old folks home so he’s absolutely
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got no chance on a debate stage against
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Trump if he makes it that far by very
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from you where I think that this is a
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question of of John Brennan and his his
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small interagency group you know which
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which he led which at the top involved
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the big principal names that were all
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familiar with in a page struck McCabe
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Comey Rosenstein playing all sides
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depending on on you know how he would
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trim the sails that week but what we’ve
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seen out of the impeachment inquiry that
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is that it began with the whistleblower
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story and if the whistleblower turns out
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to be this guy Eric Chiara melih that
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that might have been in the Charlie
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referred to
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in-page struck texts as our man in the
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white house charlie chair amela well
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what what it tells me is that this is a
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desperation play by brennan and his
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small group and that they’re burning
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their network you know we all knew that
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the big names that kameda McCabe’s but
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at this level they’re also burning the
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people like like a lieutenant colonel
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ven minh Caramella
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and the others that were actively
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working against Trump inside of the
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National Security Council and it looks
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like these people were put there at the
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end of the Obama administration in order
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to have them because before that chair
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amela was actually an assistant a
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special assistant to Biden and it’s
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thought that he accompanied him to on
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these trips to Ukraine during the
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corruption era so if if Tara Mela turns
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out to be connected to Susan Rice John
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Brennan and Joe Biden then they’re
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blowing the entire network and I think
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this is going to explode in their face
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agreed and I I wouldn’t isolate it even
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to this little this little example but
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certainly Eric Tara Bella was
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hand-picked out of being involved in
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protests at the university level to go
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into the CIA as an analyst and then got
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assigned to NSC now that doesn’t happen
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without the director at the time being
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aware of it you don’t send somebody over
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to the White House without without being
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looked at pretty carefully by leadership
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so the odds of him being a fairly close
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associate of John Brennan are you know
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close to a hundred percent so it’s very
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likely that they knew each other we’re
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cooperating and keeping in contact and
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talking back and forth about everything
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that was going on so I would I would say
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that that John Brennan’s hand tends to
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show every time a rock is turned over
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and we find out more details there’s
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always a connection to John Brennan that
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carries through if you look at all of
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the things that took place and that were
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looked at during the Muller
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investigation and how the the the FISA
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warrant was initiated and the
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connections back to the Hillary Clinton
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campaign paying for the steal dossier
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and the elements that were from overseas
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where Peter stroke was involved where
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the CIA was very likely in
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and the coordination that would have had
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to take in place with say the Italians
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for example and don’t forget Donald
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Trump called over to complain about some
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of those things that were done and three
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or four top intelligence officers at the
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two different hour perhaps three
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intelligence agencies in Italy were
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immediately fired so these things are
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all fairly established this is no
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there’s a lot of estimating here it’s
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very significant to that and and
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fortuitous serendipitous that in
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Australia in Italy and in the UK there
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were elections where the new bosses the
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new prime ministers were more favorably
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disposed towards Trump if they had had
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socialists in charge of these countries
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when Trump was asking these questions or
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a bar was looking around they would have
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been stonewalled they would have been
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stymied but because of the change in
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administration they were more favorably
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inclined toward to cooperating with bar
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and Durham when they went over to Italy
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apparently they they at the very least
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took testimony we heard recorded
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testimony by Joseph Mifsud which might
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have been like his Deadman switch
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testimony they recovered two
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BlackBerry’s which apparently were quasi
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agency issued they might have they might
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actually have all the evidence on them
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of phone calls back to Langley even
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though the numbers would be disguised it
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might be possible to interpret them
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based even only on the metadata or the
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timing of the calls you know when when
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calls were made to Virginia and when
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certain things happened in Joseph
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Smith’s hood and George papadopolis is
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life and as we’ve discussed the fact
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that people like halper and myths hood
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not only were orbiting around George
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papadopolis they were also orbiting
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around general Flynn in a supposedly
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unrelated case
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you know predating of Mifsud in Rome so
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if you’ve got people like halper and
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Mifsud
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that are dangling bait in front of
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various people around Trump the odds of
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that being a coincidence are zero
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absolutely zero agreed I think
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something lady in motion something we’ve
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talked about previously but I think this
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was something laid in motion from the
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get-go based on the classified documents
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that Hillary Clinton lost control of and
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according to the famous Jim Comey speech
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former director of the FBI that took
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place in July of 2016 he talked about
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say 10 or 15 or 10 or 12 lines of
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classified documents that contained
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hundreds of classified individual
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documents within them so that we’re
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guesstimating to or to to say 2,500 to
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3,000 classified documents which the FBI
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IG report later said was off by a factor
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of 10 so 25 to 30 thousand classified
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documents came out and now later another
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AIG report from the FBI said it might be
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double that number so we could be
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talking 60 or 70 thousand classified
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documents that were put out onto the you
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know the intelligence radar wall of
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anyone that could have gone in to hack
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Hillary Clinton’s server the all those
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documents escaped so I think that was
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the point where this was all initiated
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because that’s where the steal dossier
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came from long before Trump was
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identified as the candidate for the
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Republican Party so I think this whole
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thing was laid in motion and put in
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place to attack whichever Republican
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candidate won and also anticipating that
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Hillary Clinton was going to win the
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presidency everybody thought that was
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the case so all of these things go back
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to Hillary Clinton and her campaign kind
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of initiating it and I think probably
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reaching out to John Brennan director of
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the CIA who would have sure liked to
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stay on as director the CIA under the –
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what they anticipated as being the to
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Hillary Clinton administration so I
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think that’s the point of origin and all
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of the stuff that we’re seeing keeps
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happening kind of as a result of that
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all the stuff trying to cover up all of
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the bits and pieces of it they keep
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going to the next thing and the next
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thing and the next thing hoping to badly
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damage Trump or damaged him enough that
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once the truth of all of this comes out
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once we see the Attorney General bar or
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start to bring these things out from the
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investigations that are going on that’s
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they at least have a defense and I think
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that’s what they’re building trying to
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damage Trump and at the same time build
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a fence
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defense so they can say well the only
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reason you’re saying we did all that is
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because you’re the guilty ones and I
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think that’s ultimately the the other
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half of what the Democrats are doing
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right now

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