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Durham Report proves “what a destructive, vicious, damaging person Hillary Clinton is to our political process”

Durham Report proves “what a destructive, vicious, damaging person Hillary Clinton is to our political process”

My appearance on The Tony Katz Show: “what the Russia collusion hoax has exposed is a deep corruption in our political process. One that really shattered a lot of people’s faith in the political process… And it was caused by Hillary Clinton, the federal government and the mainstream corporate media all acting in unison….”

I appeared this morning onThe Tony Katz Show to talk about the findings in the Durham Report that was released yesterday:

John Durham is done with his report on the origins of the Mueller investigation into President Trump and so-called connections to Russia.

What did we learn? Well, we learned what we already knew! the FBI did not follow procedure. The Clinton campaign invented the whole thing. The Mainstream Media can not be trusted, and acts as an arm of the Democratic Party.

The report is just proof of how ugly our “leaders” treat us, the citizens. When will it stop? How do we stop it? Cornell Law Professor William Jacobson explains the legal and political ramifications.

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Katz (01:29): Let me bring in William Jacobson, Cornell Law Professor and the mind behind This is from your site today, special counsel John Durham’s final report showed everyone what we already knew. There was no collusion between Trump and Russia in 2016, or ever. You read this report throughout the night, burning the Midnight Oil. William, what did it tell you?

WAJ (02:12): Well, there are a couple of very big takeaways and one of the biggest takeaways is what a destructive, vicious, damaging person Hillary Clinton is to our political process. This Russia collusion thing didn’t only damage Trump. He won the 2016 election anyway, despite this, think how big a victory he might have had without it. But it really froze and paralyzed the country politically for over four years. The damage Hillary Clinton’s campaign did was so tremendous to this nation. I think that to some extent, while it’s being highlighted by a lot of the news coverage, they’re not really doing it personal to Hillary and it to be, she really is possibly the most destructive politician we’ve certainly had in this century, in recent memory. The manipulation that she perpetrated here is so horrible, not for what it did to Donald Trump, that’s bad enough, but what it did to our nation. We’re at each other’s throats because of what Hillary Clinton did. And she needs to be roundly condemned, and she’s not getting a fraction of the criticism that she deserves ….

Katz (03:28):

Let’s take two steps back, sir, because you bring up a point that I think is incredibly important regardless of politics. Look at what these last four years have done to the nation, have done to us. This was perpetrated upon us. Trump will take it, of course, personally, and he’s not wrong to do so, but it would be out of control, it would be an obscene thought almost to think that we aren’t the victims of this. But as you are discussing, and I’d like for you to break it down, and you do so over at, your site, this entire conversation about Trump and the Russians comes from a Hillary Clinton and Clinton campaign fever dream that, Hey, how can we put this together based on the report? How did they put that together?

WAJ (04:16):

… It was made up, it was fabricated. It was not even based on any real sourcing in the so-called Steele Dossier. And it was completely concocted by Hillary Clinton paid operatives. That’s how it happened. So that’s my first takeaway. The second takeaway is what you’ve pointed out, FBI and the federal government played a supportive role in this. Remember that the FBI, according to the Durham Report, knew that this was a hoax, knew that there was no evidence to support it, but allowed it to percolate. And then they briefed the senior Obama administration officials about this. The report seems to indicate including Obama, although it’s a little unclear from the report, at least that I remember, whether it was face-to-face with him or through others to him, but clearly he was aware of it, and so was his whole administration.

And they allowed this to happen. And they said nothing. They allowed people to report that they’re investigating and said nothing. They were co-conspirators here. The Obama administration was fully on board with this, because if they weren’t fully on board with it, they would’ve said something, that there’s nothing there. And then you see James Comey and the others then using these Russia allegations in the Steele Dossier to try to set up Trump. Remember the then Director of the FBI went to the White House a day or two after Trump took office to meet with him, to set him up to give CNN an excuse to run the dossier.

So this was really a fraud perpetrated by the Hillary Clinton campaign with the cooperation of the Department of Justice and the FBI.  So let that’s take away number two. The federal government colluded here to interfere in an election and then to paralyze a president over things they knew had no basis. So that’s takeaway number two.


Katz (07:09): …. Is this just another one of those things of, yeah, that happened. It’s horrible. Oh, well, what can you do?

WAJ (07:41): I’m not sure there’s anything that legally can be done. And I think that Jonathan Turley points out what to me is takeaway number three is the media. The media so hated Trump that they interfered in our election. They manipulated our political process and they did it as a group with only a handful of exceptions. And those handful of exceptions were demonized and ostracized and deplatformed. So you have Hillary Clinton, you have the federal government, and you have the mainstream corporate media, completely manipulating our process. And I think you put those three things together, that’s the most depressing side, which is that what the Russia collusion hoax has exposed is a deep corruption in our political process. One that really shattered a lot of people’s faith in the political process. And that really, I think is why you have the toxic politics that we have….

So I think the damage that’s been done is long lasting it tears at the fabric of our society. And it was caused by Hillary Clinton, the federal government and the mainstream corporate media all acting in unison….


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Steven Brizel | May 16, 2023 at 3:48 pm

The Durham report and the Twitter files are damning proof of the fact that for Democrats, “democracy”means maintaining power by whatever means.

    Olinser in reply to Steven Brizel. | May 16, 2023 at 4:58 pm

    And that no matter how blatantly they abuse the system to maintain their power, pieces of RINO crap like Durham will ‘investigate’, and recommend absolutely nothing be done about it.

      mrtomsr in reply to Olinser. | May 17, 2023 at 7:16 am

      I believe that the “republicans” are all in on this with very few exceptions. I think that if we had elected a party opposed to what we have been witnessing, a lot more “fireworks” like the choosing of our current speaker of the house would be happening.

      What I think we have is a party that cares not what it takes to stay in power and its other half that goes along to get along. I have watched too many disagreements between non-politician progressive and conservatives that get into shouting matches with flared tempers to see how those beliefs clash. Unfortunately, I don’t see anything that even resembles that by our political elites. So sad.

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to Steven Brizel. | May 16, 2023 at 5:38 pm

    We didn’t need the “Durham report” for that. We’ve known that for years. Yet republicans have done nothing to rein in their democrat colleagues ambitions to power. And now it’s too late. As I’ve said before there will be no late night FBI raids, no indictments, no democrat perp walks, no court trials, no sentences. None. What. So. Ever.

    The only goal that Durham accomplished was to push the whole thing YEARS down the road when it is far too late to change a thing.

      henrybowman in reply to Lucifer Morningstar. | May 16, 2023 at 6:00 pm

      Just got campaign spam from Matt Gaetz.

      This much we know after the bombshell release of a new report yesterday from special counsel John Durham:
      The FBI and DOJ were indeed weaponized…
      President Donald J. Trump was specifically targeted despite zero evidence…
      And now, the FBI has essentially become a DISINFORMATION and ELECTION INTERFERENCE enterprise here in our own country!
      We must DEFUND and DEAUTHORIZE government entities that have converted from the just cause of defending our nation into becoming the enforcement wing of the Democrat Party.
      If you agree, fellow Patriot – will you click here to help defend Trump and our movement from this corrupt Deep State?

      I replied:

      You could learn something from Daniel Penny:
      DO SOMETHING POSITIVE, FIRST… and THEN the money will come rolling in.
      We’re completely over “kraken, kraken, kraken” all the fucking time,
      and then the kraken never actually bites anyone.
      We already KNOW what’s wrong.
      Now, instead of talking about it, DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!!
      Indict one or more of these crooks —
      arrest them, prosecute them, imprison them.
      Show the system WORKS, and isn’t just a long con for campaign donations.
      This is your JOB. DO IT NOW.
      No “more money” until you finish what’s already on your plate!

I much prefer her “mad with power” than the alternative that Trump stopped cold, “mad, with power.” She never intended on serving, just ruling, and eventually reigning.

Her only qualification was that her husband was Bill Clinton. Otherwise we would’ve never heard of her.

    henrybowman in reply to Peabody. | May 16, 2023 at 4:29 pm

    Ha ha ha ha ha! How wrong you are!
    Popular joke:
    Hill and Bill are driving to a vacation cabin in the Berkshires. Bill stops for gas. While he’s pumping, he sees Hillary greet the station owner familiarly, exchanging a brief hug. Bill is puzzled, but says nothing.
    Later, after arriving at the cabin and climbing into bed, Bill asks, “What was with that gas station owner?” HIllary replies, “Oh, that’s Fred! We went out for a year or so after I got my degree. I almost married him.” Bill chuckles. “Just think, if you’d married him, you’d be pumping gas right now in Housatonic!” “No, Bill,” she replies, “He’d have been the president, and you’d be pumping gas in Little Rock.”

      Peabody in reply to henrybowman. | May 16, 2023 at 4:56 pm

      Ha ha. That’s funny.

      But if Bill had divorced Hillary and married Monica, he would’ve had no need to go on the Lolita Express and Jeffery Epstein would still be alive. And Linda would be Tripping out.

    I disagree: I think Hillary Clinton would have made national news by being involved in some kind of horrific scandal or murder for hire, and she’d be the subject of a “48 Hours” episode,

The Clintons are the worst thing to ever happen to America.

And nothing will be done.

Durham and Barr are a central part of the problem.

    Correction: re Jeff Sessions and William Barr: BUT FOR THESE TWO BASTARDS, WE WOULD NOT BE IN THE POSITION WE ARE TODAY.

    But for these two maggots.

      Well, they didn’t just magically get the AG post, right? Or does the buck stop with them and not the president now?

        Your supposition is that Sessions and Barr’s treason is excused by Trump picking them as AG’s.

        NONE OF US – repeat: NONE OF US – ever expected, suspected, in the furthest recesses of our minds, that 10-year GOP senator Jeff Sessions and long-time GOP attorney general Barr would betray our country.

        Why would PDJT have suspected anything different? None of us would have.

        None of us knew that our federal government was institutionally corrupt, and rife with traitors.

        Now we all know, and for ONE REASON; Donald Trump.

          1. Jeff Sessions did not betray Trump. He recused himself, and offered his resignation in order so Trump could get someone who would be able to oversee the investigation. It was Donald Trump who rejected the resignation.

          Jeff Sessions was involved in the Trump campaign, of course he wouldn’t be the right person for the job of overseeing a special investigation into it.

          Now for why his offer of resignation became needed….perhaps you could discuss the interview with Don Lemon that created the special council investigation? An interview I will bet anything Sessions did not force Trump to do.

          2. Bill Barr actually put an end to the Mueller investigation, and did so in a way that avoided any impropriety and so put the idea of collusion to rest forever. He has not only never done any treason he never even betrayed Trump. Being slandered by Trump does not make you a traitor.

          3. Most presidents will say investigate what the organs of state are up to under the incumbents before they decide to reappoint them on a whim.

          Trump considered keeping Preet Bahara. If instead of announcing Comey immediately he had waited and seen what Comey was up to, followed by being willing to appoint someone to the post the Democrats wouldn’t like we could have had an honest FBI director.

          Sessions wasn’t a mistake, he was a victim of circumstances out of his control, who offered his resignation and was kept on and did his best job while remaining within the law.

          Bill Barr by the way deserves all of the credit for ending the Mueller investigation.

          You hate him because he refuses to be your paid liar.

          The_Mew_Cat in reply to | May 17, 2023 at 6:53 pm

          Nonsense. Sessions was a bad pick for AG because he did not understand that the primary role of the AG is to be the President’s Wingman. Sessions was too easily pressured into recusing himself by the Democrats and the Media. Someone like Guilliani would have told those clowns to stuff that recusal where the sun doesn’t shine. But Guilliani couldn’t be confirmed by that Senate in 2017. Ultimately, it is Trump’s fault for picking Sessions, but Sessions should have known better than to be so easily bullied. I understand he never had such pressure before in his time as a Senator, but that is no excuse for recusing himself without talking to Trump first.


          When Sessions offered his resignation Trump could have accepted it and then gotten an AG who could have overseen the investigation (remember it was Bill Barr that put an end to the whole thing so it was possible) so I certainly blame Trump for that because at that point Jeff Sessions was a bad choice for keeping in the position (hence the offer of resignation).

          However first things first there was no Mueller investigation when Jeff Sessions was first appointed, that investigation started only because of a truly stupid decision Trump made (an interview with Don Lemon where based on results Don Lemon very clearly got the better of Trump).

          Once it was appointed…..well at that point Sessions was in a tough spot because ethically he was supposed to recuse himself because he had deep ties to what was being investigated.

          We know the investigation was a slow motion coup, and we do know Giuliani would have been better because he would have stopped it.

          However if Trump had not sat down with Don Lemon the issue of dealing with Mueller would never have come up because Mueller would have never been appointed, and Bill Barr wouldn’t have been needed to come in and clean up the mess and stop the fishing expedition.

          If you said keeping him after the recusal/offered resignation was a mistake I would agree, but the appointment…..

          Jeff Sessions was actually a good AG outside of the Mueller issue.

          henrybowman in reply to | May 18, 2023 at 6:31 pm

          Gun owners did.
          We had Barr pegged as ‘deep state” before he was even appointed.
          Maybe I’m a monomaniac, but as L. Neil Smith wrote, “all politicians—even those ostensibly on the side of guns and gun ownership—hate the issue and anyone, like me, who insists on bringing it up. They hate it because it’s an X-ray machine. It’s a Vulcan mind-meld. It’s the ultimate test to which any politician—or political philosophy—can be put.”
          Anyone who isn’t comfortable — or at least resigned — with allowing you the power to overthrow him shouldn’t be trusted.

Subotai Bahadur | May 16, 2023 at 4:03 pm

What the Durham report proves [actually gleefully rubs our nose in it] is that there is no established institution; legal, political, economic, or social that will stand up for the law, the Constitution, or the American Social Contract. We are on our own and there is no due process method of fixing things. We cannot vote them out because there is no longer any electoral integrity nor way to restore it. Indeed, there is no political movement that WANTS to restore it. We cannot use the courts because they are controlled by the enemies of the law, the Constitution, and the American Social Contract and mere Americans have no standing.

The Durham report and the lack of reaction to it is just those in power bragging about how they have us in submission.

Subotai Bahadur

    Ghostrider in reply to Subotai Bahadur. | May 16, 2023 at 4:53 pm

    Why wasn’t John Podesta charged? Imagine what he would have told and done to prevent a prison sentence?

    gonzotx in reply to Subotai Bahadur. | May 16, 2023 at 5:41 pm

    You are unfortunately right

    Many would do something if they knew what to do

    I make endless phone calls, emails, for what?

    For nothing…

      It’s NOT for nothing, gonzo! It’s wonderful that you do this, and more people should. It does make a difference. Don’t give up!

        Soap box, then ballot box, then ammo box!!! How close are we to number three?

          alaskabob in reply to walls. | May 16, 2023 at 6:55 pm

          All gone or , for last, fading as the Left has already armed themselves…. Antifa and BLM have their own militia units that will be overwatched by the Feds. Look at the FBI Marching Squad faking a patriotic group. Full facial masks and all.

          Dathurtz in reply to walls. | May 16, 2023 at 8:44 pm

          We’ve been past number 2 for a while.

    I know that Prof. Jacobson is on another page with this.. but I believe there is still a chance if 45 becomes 47. We are not looking for a coronation. We are looking for a last ditch effort to right this sinking ship. It isn’t complicated. We have one last chance.

      I think Trump would win in 2024, and the swamp knows this. That’s why I believe there will be no election in 2024.

        The_Mew_Cat in reply to | May 17, 2023 at 7:03 pm

        Oh, there will be an election all right, but something(s) will happen to distort the result. The DS will want the election to appear as legitimate as possible. If the Democrats gain strong leads by hammering on Abortion rights 24/7, they will just let nature take its course. A deep recession may actually help the Democrats because voters move Left during recessions. Putting Trump in jail before trial will prevent him from campaigning, and I expect them to do that if he is the nominee. But if they have to do more, they will. If they hit their “break glass in case of emergency” moment, they can have a limited nuclear war with Russia as a pretext for Martial Law, or if that isn’t enough, unleash a new pandemic. Only this time they won’t be playing around like they were in 2019. They will engineer a Bird Flu variant to kill only older males with at least 30% lethality to make sure the electorate is young and female – so they run the table.

          The_Mew_Cat in reply to The_Mew_Cat. | May 17, 2023 at 7:04 pm

          I left one thing out – they can make sure Manchin runs 3rd party so he plays the role of Ross Perot, and guarantees a Democrat victory.

          I really doubt he does run, though. The Democrats won’t support a run if he runs Indie, and it is incredibly expensive to run a presidential campaign, particularly with no party backing and no campaign infrastructure on the ground.

The Clintons are merely one of many significant nodes of the Democrat Party Borg. Even if the Clintons never existed, the Democrat Party Borg would still flourish. In my opinion, President Obama is an even more significant node, and even without him that Borg would still be thriving.

The movie Hail, Caesar! should be seen by all.

E Howard Hunt | May 16, 2023 at 4:18 pm

None of these recent horrors would have happened if voting eligibility were restricted as it was in the mid-nineteenth century. The writer, Anthony Trollope, was a great advocate for strong women, but his aristocratic heroines abhorred the idea of letting women vote or hold office. Rather, they advised being a civilizing influence and supportive confidante to one’s husband or intimate male friends.

    gonzotx in reply to E Howard Hunt. | May 16, 2023 at 5:46 pm

    Woman having the vote is not the problem, the decay of the American family and culture is the problem
    I will admit, once women went to work in numbers they didn’t want to be barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen .

    Who would as society degraded motherhood

    We should have been wise to lift up motherhood instead of degrading it and same with fathers who prefer to raising the children

    Instead we let the government and schools, one and the same, raise them

    I think the 2 paycheck family is the root of much evil, from materialism, less children, government raising children through schools and sponsored programs like “free lunch”, after school care, etc

    Apparently you don’t need a mother at all

      gonzotx in reply to gonzotx. | May 16, 2023 at 6:26 pm

      Also I deserve to vote, women deserve to vote, we are equal citizens of this Country, but I sense you actually believe that women are the main problem and don’t deserve to vote

      Maybe people who don’t serve, don’t own property aren’t invested in anyway should not have the right to vote, but that’s not our Constitution , we are a Republic for all

      Do I believe woke women are a big problem in America and this world, oh hell yes… but how did we reach this place

      Decades of left winged nuttery I would say, especially in the schools

        alaskabob in reply to gonzotx. | May 16, 2023 at 7:01 pm

        When the vote for suffrage was debated in Parliament, one orator noted that while the majority of women would be fine, some small group would be a problem…. Karens were of concern even back then. Look at the “mom” gun control groups…. they would be fine with a totalitarian nation promising existence over liberty and freedom.

          nordic prince in reply to alaskabob. | May 17, 2023 at 8:30 am

          Restrict suffrage to landowners and/or wage earners, be they male or female.

          If you don’t pay taxes, you shouldn’t have a say.

        The 18 year-old vote has decimated the nation.

      AlinStLouis in reply to gonzotx. | May 17, 2023 at 12:27 pm

      How do you know that there’s no causal relation between women being allowed to vote and the decay of the American family?

    CommoChief in reply to E Howard Hunt. | May 16, 2023 at 6:10 pm

    I wouldn’t go that far. It is fair to point out that in 2020 election the data shows a breakdown of:
    Male. Female
    Trump. 49. 43
    Biden. 48. 56

    Women broke to Biden by a substantial amount while men broke to Trump. It is absolutely fair to say that more women cast ballots for Biden than men did for Trump. If a sizable portion of those female Biden voters don’t alter their beliefs and voting habits in ’24 the result may very well be the same as ’20.

      alaskabob in reply to CommoChief. | May 16, 2023 at 7:06 pm

      Government is the ultimate guardian of their wants and perceived needs. The non-judgmental family member with money and muscle to be both sugar daddy and security detail. Soccer moms? I’ve seen plenty of 14-16 year old girls with blown knees with a total knee replacement coming in 40 years or less. Boys? All professional soccer players have some degree of brain injury from headers.

      diver64 in reply to CommoChief. | May 17, 2023 at 3:43 am

      You make a strong case for the repeal of the 19th Amendment. Women obviously can’t be trusted to vote at least the ones we have now whose biggest worry is aborting babies it would seem.

        CommoChief in reply to diver64. | May 17, 2023 at 7:27 am


        I am not making that case. Simply offering up the data. I will also point out that women and men tend to have different levels of risk tolerance and different ideas of what constitutes offensive behavior. In re to Trump these two things may in part explain the difference in voting patterns in ’20 and potentially in ’24.

    DaveGinOly in reply to E Howard Hunt. | May 17, 2023 at 12:25 pm

    As Jordan Peterson regularly points out, women are more “agreeable” than men; they negotiate and compromise in order to attain consensus. The problem with this is that when done with people with bad ideas, unworkable “solutions,” and a destructive agenda, the result is just something that’s less bad, slightly less unworkable, and a little less destructive. People with good ideas, workable solutions, and a constructive agenda should never compromise or negotiate with others. Compromise and consensus has led us inexorably to the left.

    A more “toxic,” male-dominated environment may be what is necessary to keep a country on the straight and narrow.

henrybowman | May 16, 2023 at 4:19 pm

“I want to believe the path u threw out 4 consideration in Andy’s office-that there’s no way he gets elected-but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk.It’s like an insurance policy in unlikely event u die be4 you’re 40”

Can’t we at least see some indictments NOW for “insurance fraud?”

Hillary only exploited the corruption she knew was there. Evil person that she is, she didn’t make the FBI, CIA, etc into the disreputable organizations that they are.

    stevewhitemd in reply to irv. | May 16, 2023 at 7:37 pm

    Yup. Hard to corrupt an honest person.

    She jumped right in, broke very ounce of trust her hight position bound her to. The FBI and CIA have degenerated into evil organizations, but Bill and Hillary Clinton made treason mainstream.

    The_Mew_Cat in reply to irv. | May 17, 2023 at 7:09 pm

    Yeah, but she was incredibly good. Few other people could have organized and executed a political conspiracy like that. Just think of what she would have done as President. She would have become a Dictator, and have made the Biden Crime Family look like pikers.

The lefty media only work their business model. Soap opera news happens to be the only kind of news that pays the bills, so that’s what you get.

The dems are just suppliers of familiar soap opera plots.

On the right, the news biz model is reporting outrage at what the left just said. It’s a smaller market.

Everything that Professor J. stated about the transparently vindictive, lawless, corrupt, power-hungry and narcissistic crone Clinton is true. I also submit that narcissist-incompetent, Obama’s, role in this saga of subversion/sabotage of democratic process shouldn’t be overlooked, either.

ChrisPeters | May 16, 2023 at 5:28 pm

Hillary Clinton broke the Ass Ceiling with her election campaign.

MoeHowardwasright | May 16, 2023 at 5:47 pm

She has been a grifter since after Watergate. She’s owned the FBI for a long long time. Remember the FBI files found in her office. Files on her political enemies. Nothing will happen to her in this life. Never!

What’s that saying about a woman scorned? Oh yeah – hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Make no mistake, America scorned that beyotch.

Sadly, the people who were too stupid to figure this out on their own are the same people who won’t learn from it now. Some people are just garbage

    It’s not merely a matter of ‘stupid’ – it’s a matter of an epididemic of narcissism (no accident, that).

    Too many narcissist have their egos to maintain, and they’ll take the nation off a cliff before they ever admit how clownish and dumb they’ve been. Worse: they’ll see many of us dead before they’d ever admit how clownish and dumb they’ve been.

By William Safire
January 9, 1996

Americans of all political persuasions are coming to the sad realization that our first lady – a woman of undoubted talents who was a role model for many in her generation – is a congenital liar.

It’s a good thing we can vote our way out of a situation where the executive and legislative branches are entirely corrupt. Historically, people that have secretly seized power just give it up peacefully when it becomes known what has happened.

    “It’s a good thing we can vote our way out of a situation where the executive and legislative branches are entirely corrupt…”

    I have a 2020 election I want to show you. And if that’s not enough for you, see: “election 2024”, IF there is one. I don’t think there will be.

      I’m pretty sure that was sarcasm

      Oh, there will be one. It just won’t be clean. All those emergency Covid rules jammed down our throats by the left and activist judges many in violation of law and state constitutions had one purpose. To sway every election going forward in the direction the Progressives wanted.

One of the very few good things that SNL has done even remotely recently were the “Real Stories of the Arkansas Highway Patrol.”

The DOJ and FBI meddled in 2 elections. Unsuccessfully in 2016 and having learned some lessons, success in 2020.

There should be no question that the entire Intelligence and DOJ apparatus needs to be cleaned starting at the top with mass firings and re-organization. Dept of State, DOJ, IRS, Dept of Interior, CDC etc. All needs a thorough cleaning. If Trump did anything he showed up just how rotten all of it is

“what a destructive, vicious, damaging person Hillary Clinton is to our political process”
And that didn’t start when she ran for President, or even Senate. That’s been true for at least 35 years.

    henrybowman in reply to GWB. | May 18, 2023 at 6:38 pm

    I mean… doing your Poli Sci thesis on Alinsky is like doing your seminary thesis on Crowley.

Forgive me for saying this but wouldn’t a better person to go after/attack be Comey/Lynch/Obama/McCabe and the FBI/DOJ in general?

From the information you provided professor it does not look like Hillary would have had any destructive impact if Comey or well anyone at the FBI had any integrity, or if the AG had been someone with an ounce of self respect or if Obama had not been a bad guy.

While she did commission a hoax if I commissioned a hoax nothing would happen which does bring it back to the FBI.

Not defending Hillary just pointing out the chief people to blame are way above her.

    mailman in reply to Danny. | May 17, 2023 at 11:13 am

    None of this Russia bullshit would have started if it wasnt for Hillary. She absolutely must pay a price for her crimes against America. Fraud would be a good place to start…she knew her hoax was fraudulent and she cynically used that fraud in an attempt to get Trump removed from office. Sedition would be another good one to look at…because she did is orders of magnitude worse than the pretend shit Democrats wish happened on Jan 6.

      Danny in reply to mailman. | May 17, 2023 at 4:28 pm

      If Comey had been a man of integrity would you have cared that Hillary had commissioned her hoax or would you be laughing at her for thinking that she could think something that absurd would work?

      That is my point. This does make Hillary look bad because she is bad, but the worst players would be the ones who turned Hillary’s spending from a waste of money into the Russia hoax.

HRC is Satan, and drunk.

Weren’t inept repulsican pols, the old bag’d be doing a dime in Tehachapi.

Capitalist-Dad | May 18, 2023 at 8:58 am

The Clintons were prolific grifters and influence peddlers (setting aside Bill’s proclivity for rape). But no mention of the detestable Prez BO Plenty who gleefully politicized the DOJ, FBI, DHS, IRS, and the “intelligence community” and turned them into the Blue Cheka arm of the Democrat Marxist tyranny. The only way to purge this corruption from government is to treat Democrats like cancer and view remedial measures as chemotherapy.

Alexander Scipio | May 18, 2023 at 5:09 pm

The most fascinating part of the entire thing is that so many people cannot or refuse to grasp that once mean girls were enfranchised, a hilary was inevitable.

The DT Russian “asset” hoax may have been directly inspired by Stalin’s 100-year old ploy; for when Communist turncoat (turned “conservative”) Max Eastman excoriated Lenin, his former idol, under Stalin’s order The Daily Worker headlined Eastman as a British spy.