The Wiki-Leaks “Dump” pre-dated when Roger Stone supposedly told Trump. In other words… the information about the dump was already publicized BEFORE Roger Stone “told” Trump. While I do not agree with everything below, it is humorously pointed out that Congress and the media are clueless about htis simple fact.
Sean Hannity interviews Jerome Corsi. I first want to say that I am not a fan of Jerome – at all. BUT, the interview sheds a lot of light on the entire case, and he (if this is true) should win his case easily. But discussion about Roger Stone and Julian Assange add some substance to the case[s]. Good stuff, I hope it helps fill-in holes for the listener. Here is more information:
- Could Jerome Corsi’s Lawsuit Destroy The Mueller Investigation? (American Thinker)
- Judge Denies Mueller Request for Delay in Corsi Case (NewsMax)
- So The FBI Staged Quite The Show In Arresting Roger Stone (HotAir)
- Stone Indictment Follows Concerning Mueller Pattern (The Hill)
HOT AIR reports on this:
BTW, to be clear, I am neither a fan or Corsi or Stone. I think both men are wacko conspiracy guys (one of my stated issues with Trump and his going on the Alex Jones Show). But that aside, we will see in the end where Corsi’s refusals lead… to the truth? This upload may disappear at some point (not because of a conspiracy, but because of copyright issues.) Good analysis starts at the 30-minute mark.
UPDATE! via THE DAILY CALLER and the NYTs:
Larry Elder discusses in the following clips some of the hypocritical positions the Democrats have in regard to accepting or rejecting intelligent agencies positions — selective outrage in other words. The above audio includes a partial interview with Ed Klein as well (interview begins at the 6:28 mark). Mr. Klein’s books and more can be found here: http://edwardklein.com/
I believe this line about 17-intelligence agencies saying the “Russians” did it is still the same evidence as when I posted this: “NO, 17-U.S. AGENCIES DID NOT SAY RUSSIA HACKED DEM E-MAILS.”
But many issues have still negated the narrative by the Democrats in this regard…see:
The bottom line is that even if the Russian’s have an involvement, it didn’t change the outcome of the election. Whatsoever. And the leaks from Podesta’s emails and the DNC were from insiders, not Russians.
Mind you we know the Russians were not behind the leaks… per my post from yesterday.
Above video is via GATEWAY PUNDIT. Here is the key exchange:
Here is some more points regarding Seth via TOWNHALL:
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Because of this, there is a renewed interest in the “Clinton Body Count” due to some suspicious deaths surrounding some that could have been involved in the DNC email leaks, and, those in criminal cases linked to Clinton “bag men.” Personally, I will always believe Vince Foster’s death was a murder, and the only reason Bill made it into the WH was because Ron Brown died. This is all “old hat” to us conservatives… welcome to the party “Bernie fans.”
THAT BEING SAID, socialism always leads to murder… so Bernie [esp. his policies] would end up making the “Clinton Body Count” look like chicken feed.
Hell, we already have violence and murder from ideologies coddled by Democrats.
Here is one example from a detailed article over at TOWNHALL detailing some of these new issues:
THIS IS KEY!
Mind you, the Clinton’s may not be directly involved with this. BUT, the people the Clinton’s have surrounded themselves with over the years are out-n-out criminal. This speaks volumes to the character of the Clinton’s during their political careers.
Do you think Bill flying on “Lolita Express” with “money man” Jeffrey Epstein, who, dealt in providing underage prostitutes to people — as well as being a bag-o-shit himself:
I WILL KEEP THE BELOW, BUT ONE SHOULD NOTE THIS GIRL WHO ACCUSED TRUMP HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE LYING:
- To be fair, it looks like “The Donald” was also involved in this sorted affair of closeness to Epstein and his “sex slave island.” Which does not surprise me one bit. Ann Coulter was right to say that this story is bigger than Bill Clinton!
UPDATED >>>> Yep… a FALSE STORY confirmed!
So, Mr. Epstein just “fell” into such criminal activity? Or do you think he scratched and clawed his way to it… violence and possibly murders being involved? How did Bill Clinton get involved with him? Through innocent means and dealings? Are you an idiot?
You mean to tell me that THESE people are not criminal enough to protect [through violence] their “exploits”? Bill Clinton dealing with drug dealers, having a nose like a vacuum cleaner, these drug dealers are upstanding citizens of the community? PLEASE!
- “[I’ve] got to get some [cocaine] for my brother. He’s got a nose like a vacuum cleaner.” ~ Roger Clinton
Do you think Roger Clinton wasn’t responsible to others who invested in him to influence then President Bill Clinton to consider real estate ventures in Haiti by crafting some sort of legislation via the power of his office?
Do you think these “investors” were just upstanding citizens who wouldn’t harm a fly to protect their ventures? I would guess this wasn’t the first time people like them “invested” with strings attached to causes like this. Do you really need to watch CLINTON CASH AGAIN?
What a joke Democrats are.
The below video supposedly showing U.S. military Apache helicopter pilots killing innocent persons in 2007 (Iraq) elicited comments from me a while ago. It has come up again in discussion and this time I will post it here at RPT in order to reference it in the future.
Conservative Refocus News Blog has this about the above video:
….However, the Web site does not slow down the video to show that at least one man in that group was carrying a rocket-propelled grenade launcher, a clearly visible weapon that runs nearly two-thirds the length of his body.
WikiLeaks also does not point out that at least one man was carrying an AK-47 assault rifle. He is seen swinging the weapon below his waist while standing next to the man holding the RPG.
“It gives you a limited perspective,” said Capt. Jack Hanzlik, a spokesman for U.S. Central Command. “The video only tells you a portion of the activity that was happening that day. Just from watching that video, people cannot understand the complex battles that occurred. You are seeing only a very narrow picture of the events.”
Hanzlik said images gathered during a military investigation of the incident show multiple weapons around the dead bodies in the courtyard, including at least three RPGs.
“Our forces were engaged in combat all that day with individuals that fit the description of the men in that video. Their age, their weapons, and the fact that they were within the distance of the forces that had been engaged made it apparent these guys were potentially a threat,” Hanzlik said.
Military officials have also pointed out that the men in the video are the only people visible on those streets. That indicated something was going on and that these individuals still felt they could walk freely, one official told Fox News.
Julian Assange, a WikiLeaks editor, [the guy who leaked the video] acknowledged to Fox News in an interview Tuesday evening that “it’s likely some of the individuals seen in the video were carrying weapons.”….
“The watching helicopter crews requested permission to engage, stating “…looks like [the men] possibly uh picking up bodies and weapons” from the scene, and upon receiving permission opened fire on the van and its occupants. Two children sitting in the front seat were wounded but survived. Chmagh was killed along with the father of the children.“ (Wiki)
Some good audio of Julian Assange can be found at Science and Technology’s post titled, The Internet Springs a Leak:
…That may be, but some critics say Wikileak’s posting of some documents in and of itself may be in error.
“To my way of thinking, their approach is quite wrong,” says Steven Aftergood, director of the Federation of American Scientists’ Project on Government Secrecy and publisher of the Secrecy News blog. “Not every act of editorial judgment is censorship, and not every act of withholding information is censorship.”
Aftergood has plenty of experience receiving, vetting, and publishing secrets. He has praise for Wikileak’s posting of the Baghdad video. “It’s useful for all of us to be reminded from time to time that war is genuinely, unspeakably horrible. And I think this video did the service of reminding all of us of that.”
But Aftergood says, “There are also problems with the video and the way it was released.” He says the video appears to show the presence of weapons such as a rocket propelled grenade (RPG), something not noted in the Wikileaks on-screen graphics. Assange says the video was classified, a claim Aftergood cannot verify. And the titling of the video itself – Wikileaks calls it “Collateral Murder” – is something Aftergood calls “a heavy-handed, propagandistic exercise.”
Just another example of weapons found at the scene as viewed from the helicopter as well as on the ground investigators:
View from the ground:
View From the Apache:
So, all being said, this video making new rounds on FaceBook is a big flop for the anti-military crowd.
The elusive 39-year-old Australian was detained by Scotland Yard officers at around 9.30am after he voluntarily went to a police station in central London.
Police contacted Mr Assange’s lawyer last night after receiving a fresh European arrest warrant from the Swedish authorities, as anger grows in the US over the latest leaked embassy cables by the whistleblowing website.
Karl Rove on WikiLeaks:
These leaks do detail classified information that now in the hands of the terrorists, is opening up many countries to renewed attacks at their points of weakness:
It came as WikiLeaks published a classified cable which detailed hundreds of critical sites whose loss would most damage American interests.
Among those listed in the UK are satellite sites, BAE Systems plants and cable locations. But security experts condemned the revelations, saying they were a gift to terrorist organisations.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind, a former defence and foreign secretary and chairman of the Commons Intelligence and Security Committee, insisted: ‘This is further evidence they have been generally irresponsible, bordering on criminal.
‘This is the kind of information terrorists are interested in knowing.’
Last year, U.S. embassies were ordered to update a list of critical infrastructure and key resources in their host countries whose loss would ‘critically impact the public health, economic security and/or national and homeland security of the United States’, according to the leaked cable.
It also provides details of areas where the U.S. is reliant for raw materials or specialised goods.
British sites identified in the cable include a telecommunications hub in Hereford, three facilities run by BAE Systems and one end of an undersea cable that stretches from Cornwall to New York.
Although this information is already in the public domain, Sir Malcolm said it was dangerous to have them listed as being critical to the U.S.
Other sites identified are a cobalt mine in Congo, an anti-snake venom factory in Australia and an insulin plant in Denmark.