The Dan Bongino Show: Ep. 1250 This Is Just The Beginning of the Spying Scandal [1:08:15] – Dan talks about what unmasking is, why it matters, how they get a hold of people’s phone calls, why this is so bad, and why hacks in the Slime Stream Media are gas-lighting.
6 minutes: Reverse targeting (using unmasking to listen in on an American citizen) is against the law and it is what was done to Michael Flynn.
9 minutes: Between November 2016 when Trump won the election and January 2017 when he took office, sixteen high level Obama administration officials requested FISA wire tap unmasking of Michael Flynn, who was on Trump’s transition team and was slated to become his National Security Adviser.
12 minutes: On January 4, 2017, the FBI was trying to close the case on Michael Flynn, because they had found “no derogatory information” about him and that “no other investigative methods are warranted.”
- Why was Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew and United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power getting transcripts of Flynn’s phone calls with foreign leaders on Jan. 11?
- Why did VP Biden submit an unmasking request on January 12, 2017?
- And who ILLEGALLY leaked classified details to the Washington Post (story published January 12, 2017) from Flynn’s calls with the Russian ambassador?!
14 minutes: The media’s talking point is, “Maybe it was Biden’s office, not Biden himself.” So the man you think should be the next president is so incompetent that his staff spied on an American citizen with no legal justification and he didn’t know a thing about it? Riiiiight. Continue reading
The DOJ dropped its case against retired General Michael Flynn … but it seems that Judge Emmet Sullivan is not ready to let go. Rather than simply dismissing the case, as everyone expected him to do, he has invited outside parties to present arguments about the government’s request to dismiss the case.
In trial court proceedings involving crimes, only prosecutors and defense attorneys are permitted to be heard. Judges are supposed to render decisions based on evidence and arguments presented by the parties involved, not outside interests.
Previously in the same case, Judge Sullivan nixed the filing of amicus briefs when he knew third parties would have spoken favorably of Flynn. He said then that “[o]ptions exist for a private citizen to express his views about matters of public interest, but the Court’s docket is not an available option.”
Now he is not only allowing, but actually soliciting briefs that will be critical of Flynn. “This is a violation of the judicial oath and applicable ethical rules. We will be filing a complaint against Sullivan. … [He] is acting as a politician, not a judge.” – Michael Cernovich
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It’s a huge scandal, not a conspiracy theory.
This week, an article in The Federalist said, “A string of recently released documents have confirmed that the entire Russia-Trump investigation, which eventually entrapped Flynn and forced then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions to recuse himself, was an unprecedented abuse of power that amounted to organized effort by the Obama administration to nullify the results of the 2016 presidential election. It was in effect an attempted coup.
“If you haven’t picked that up from the news media, it’s not your fault. Instead of grappling with the implications of newly released details about what Obama officials were doing to undermine the incoming Trump administration during the transition, the mainstream media have fixated on Trump’s use of the term Obamagate, dismissing it as a conspiracy theory.” – John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist, May 13, 2020 [Emphasis mine.] Continue reading