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“The worst possible way to leak something”

“The worst possible way to leak something”

Discussing leaks against Trump, Maxine Watters’ “scumbags” comment and Nikki Haley’s Moynihan Moment.

I appeared earlier today on The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV.

We covered several topics, starting with my post, The fact-free Intelligence Community-Media trial of Trump by innuendo:

I don’t know whether Donald Trump or his aides had any improper contacts with Russian Intelligence officers.

Neither do you, or the media. The Intelligence Community might know, but they have provided zero facts either officially or through leaks to prove any improper, much less illegal, conduct took place.

Instead, we have trial by innuendo based on there being “contacts” between Trump campaign aides and Russian intelligence….

In this fact-free environment, imaginations and malicious intentions can run wild. We have round-the-clock media and social media speculation and frenzy throwing around terms like impeachment, treason, and so on.

It is, in some ways, worse than harmful facts, because there is no clear accusation against which to defend, and no factual basis upon which the public can judge.

We also touched on Maxine Waters “scumbags” comment and Nikki Haley’s Daniel Patrick Moynihan moment at the U.N.


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I’m sorry, you don’t take Maxine with a grain of salt, you need the whole shaker.

The voice is a little weak on the call. Have you considered a Blue Yeti mike?

Nice job, Professor! Well done. Perhaps, one day you will be invited more regularly on national talk shows like Alan Dershowitz does or even have your own show. Wouldn’t that drive the Ivy League liberal colleagues further insane.

The bar cannot be lowered any further, except by street violence by the Soros brownshirts. (But that’s okay: that’s what Obama made the government buy all that ammo for.)

Violence aside, there is no place to go but up.

And nowhere for Waters to go but to oblivion.

    Insufficiently Sensitive in reply to | February 23, 2017 at 10:05 am

    street violence by the Soros brownshirts

    Don’t lose track of Obama’s control of a $14 million war chest and about 33,000 volunteer brownshirts (oh, ‘activists’) in his Organizing for America non-profit.

    He has a nice Washington DC office and some of his old campaign cronies plotting against America as we speak. Maybe the IRS should ‘re-examine’ their 501 (c)4 status…


My 2 cents:

-Wear a dark jacket on in the future.

-Try to get a lens that avoids the fisheye effect.

-Invest in a lapel mic. You’ll sound amazing:

And save your dirty socks for Waters’ mouth.

Good substance, Prof.

You deserve better production values.

And Maltzberg should be whipped for being such a putz con

It is, in some ways, worse than harmful facts, because there is no clear accusation against which to defend, and no factual basis upon which the public can judge.

• We know that Russians hacked a major U.S. political party in order to interfere in the election in order to damage their presidential candidate.

• We know that Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chair, worked with the Russian-allied Ukrainian president before his ouster. Manafort resigned after it was alleged he received large sums of off-the-books money.

• We know that the National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, lied about the nature of his contacts with the Russian government.

• We know that Trump called for the Russians to release hacked emails from Hillary Clinton.

• We know that Trump called for the imprisonment of his political opponent.

• We know Russian money flowed into the Trump organization in years past.

• We know from phone records that the Trump campaign had repeated contacts with the Russian government in the year before the election.

• We know that Trump has refused to release his tax returns, and that there are a large number of potential and actual conflicts of interest.

• We know that Trump has spoken glowingly of the autocratic head of Russian’s government while disparaging the leaders of democratic allies in Europe.

• We know that Trump called members of the press “enemies of the people” for accurately reporting on the above.

While not sufficient to constitute proof of wrongdoing, it is certainly sufficient to justify a closer look.