Tour De Force Monologues on SpyGate. Matt Dunn of Backbone Radio fills in for Chuck & Julie on Decoration Day. Dissecting the Criminal Deep State, with particular attention to the odious James Clapper and the historically "close bond" between CIA John Brennan & Barack Obama. We marvel at MSNBC Joy Reid's bitter clinging to the collapsed Russian Collusion Narrative. We reconsider Judge Napolitano's Paul Revere Moment -- The British Are Spying on Trump. The London Angle, and also Rome. Plus, a review of Norwegian patriot Jan Baalsrud's epic WWII survival story as depicted in the new film The 12th Man. With Listener Calls & Music via The Partridge Family, SZA, Calvin Harris, Amici Forever and Ralph Stanley. Walking Up This Hill On Decoration Day.
Matt Dunn of Backbone Radio guest hosts for Chuck & Julie on Memorial Day. Conversations on Border Security and the Second Amendment. Jon Favreau, speechwriter for Obama, makes very embarrassing Twitter error on Trump immigration policy. Favreau quickly deletes -- but does not apologize. Meanwhile, Harvard poll data suggests a majority of Americans think it's fair to refer to MS-13 gang members as "animals." Also, vignettes on skiing with small children this weekend at Arapahoe Basin, as the "Chicken Dance Polka" happens once again. Plus, we observe the Presidential Proclamation for Memorial Day and honor the National Moment of Remembrance. With Listener Calls & Music via Dwight Yoakam, De Electronica, the Yardbirds and the U.S. Army Ceremonial Band.
Matt Dunn of Backbone Radio enters "The Conservative Underworld" of Chuck & Julie on Memorial Day. Opening Monologues on American Sovereignty. Good news abounds in the Trump Era. Defending and supporting the American Middle and Working Classes -- the necessary antidote to globalist predation. Anticipating Red Wave Election in 2018, reviewing Democratic leadership vacuum. What does the Left stand for today? NFL bans kneeling, but still fumbles the broader issue. Plus, lighthearted hilarity regarding "The World's Tallest Waffle Stack" erected this weekend by Spencer McCullough in a Denver backyard. Judgment pending from Guinness World Records. With Listener Calls & Ukelele Waffle Music via Parry Gripp. Bumper Music from the Zac Brown Band and Clare Dunn.
President Trump welcomes Joshua Holt, an American jailed in Venezuela, to the White House. Senator Orrin Hatch effuses over Trump's effectiveness at bringing Americans home, with Mr. Holt being the 17th recently released from imprisonment abroad. We hope Pastor Andrew Brunson will soon be next. Meanwhile, our "SpyGate" narrative continues with additional stammering from former DNI James Clapper on Face the Nation. Amusingly, Clapper claims "an aversion" to the use of the word "spy" to describe the "benign" information gathering techniques deployed against the Trump Campaign. We dissect these specious predicates, one by one, while commending the ghastly Clapper for becoming an ideal spokesperson for the Criminal Deep State. We listen to Congressman Mark Meadows' sharp responses and consider the plight of Carter Page, who now claims FBI surveillance has ruined his life. Conrad Black describes the ongoing collapse of the collusion narrative as part of "the greatest scandal in American history." Commentator Mark Steyn outlines the early plot by Clapper and Brennan to "scuttle" the Trump candidacy. Regarding Trump's searing remarks on "SpyGate," a dismissive James Comey says they're all just "made up" -- although he doesn't quite sound so certain anymore. With Listener Calls & Music via Lady Gaga, Sigrid, the Glitch Mob and the London Symphony Orchestra. Memorial Day Tributes from Toby Keith and Amici Forever.
Tinker, Tailor, Clapper, Halper, SPYGATE. We examine the "Criminal Deep State" and the "transatlantic plot to stop Trump." Was Judge Andrew Napolitano channeling Paul Revere when he warned last year that British Intelligence officials had spied on Candidate Trump? We explore potentially sinister UK connections to the Russian Collusion narrative. Why did so many American Intelligence Community operatives travel to London in 2016? The list includes Strzok, Priestap, McCabe, Gaeta, Schrage and Brennan. In addition, we marvel at the strange and total disappearance of UK players like Steele, Mifsud, Goldstone and Stefan Halper. Where'd they all go? Speaking of Halper, the recently outed spy, we review his history of connections to the CIA and speculate on who may have recruited Halper to keep such close tabs on Trump campaign officials. Could it have been the panicky, histrionic John O. Brennan? Regarding Obama's former CIA Director, we review a 2014 New York Times story describing the nearly unprecedented "close bond" between Brennan and Obama. Is the Criminal Deep State now busily protecting the former president? Plus, our reflections on Roman Yellowcake, a tweetstorm from Paul Sperry of the New York Post, the "Weasel Way" of James Clapper, and holding out hope for Sessions and Huber. With Listener Calls & Music via the Yardbirds, Ricky Nelson, Joe Walsh, Margaret Murray, Jamey Johnson, George Strait and the Alexandrov Ensemble.
Opening Monologue. Nuclear Summit with North Korea is back ON, only days after President Trump had called it off. In spite of considerable MSM crowing over the cancellation, Kim Jong Un quickly crawled back to the table, again pledging full denuclearization. Hardest Hit -- Democrats. Meanwhile, the NFL bans "kneeling" on the field, handing off another ineluctable victory to culture-warrior Trump. Incredibly, Republicans have pulled ahead in "generic" polling data, leading to speculation of a Red Wave Election in 2018. Dems and MSM feeling faint? Also, the UK government goes rogue, arrests Tommy Robinson, anti-immigration activist and founder of the English Defence League. Pondering pernicious UK involvement in the American election, we begin to ask what's gotten into the British Ruling Class of late. King George moments ahead? A Mexican-American caller offers praise for Trump and speculation on the upcoming election in Mexico. Handcuffs for Harvey Weinstein, trouble for Morgan Freeman. Plus, vignettes on Polka, Lawrence Welk and the Vogeltjesdans -- a.k.a. The Chicken Dance -- along with the last family skiing weekend of the season at Arapahoe Basin. Apres Ski with The Big Onions. With Listener Calls & Memorial Day Music from the Zac Brown Band. Great new country singles from Dwight Yoakam and Clare Dunn.
The Mother of All Leaks. Devin Nunes dodges a Deep State trap, stays steps ahead of rogue elements within DOJ. Describes possible violations of "an absolute red line" in spy rings around Trump. Meanwhile, POTUS makes formal demand for investigation into DOJ/FBI infiltration and surveillance of his campaign. Deputy AG Rosenstein pledges "appropriate action" towards that end. Is RR trapped? New details emerge about outed FBI Spy Stefan Halper, who appears to have been very well paid by the government for his efforts. Notably, Halper's early approaches to Carter Page have undermined Comey's stated timelines. Also, Nunes mentions possibility of "more informants" than just one. CIA John Brennan feels big heat, continues his self-unmasking project by quoting Cicero's speech on "treason from within." Preparing for the Pain? All The Way to GTMO. We offer kudos to the work of Chuck Ross at The Daily Caller and the indefatigable Conservative Treehouse. Plus, Johnny Cash's boyhood home joins the National Register of Historic Places. Debating Laurel v. Yanny. With Listener Calls & Music via the Beau Brummels, Ronnie James Dio, Imagine Dragons and Dua Lipa. The "Darth Vader Theme" from John Williams & London Symphony Orchestra. Sacred Song from Johnny Cash.
A Visit with Congressman Tom Tancredo on the "All Time Biggest Political Scandal." The damage the Deep State has done to America -- a dagger pointed at the heart of the republic. Describing the dangers of the attempted coup d'etat. Justice Must Prevail. But what if it doesn't? What then? Meanwhile, Democrats defend MS-13 and root for diplomatic failure with North Korea. Trump Derangement Syndrome and prospects for a Red Wave Election in November. The American Future, Revolution or Worse to Come? With Music via Paul McCartney, Engelbert Humperdinck, LeAnn Rimes and R.E.M.
Opening Monologue: Hang 'Em High. Deep State gets caught, finally admits to spying on Candidate Trump. James Clapper now spinning that's "a good thing." The Washington Post says the spying on Trump was done "to protect him." Cue the laugh tracks. We review MSM attempts to sanitize and justify the activities they long denied had ever taken place. We relay details about the FBI's Operation Crossfire Hurricane, courtesy of "Jumpin' Jack Flash." Devin Nunes eludes a devious DOJ trap, as Stefan Halper gets finally formally outed as an FBI informant. Robert Bauer resigns from Perkins Coie, the law firm of Hillary Clinton and the Steele Dossier. We listen to Joe diGenova's latest summary of Deep State culpability, in which he advises CIA John Brennan to get a "very, very good lawyer" forthwith. Plus, we present a trademark Clapper Flashback. Sorry, but you don't get to do this kind of stuff in America. Worse Than Watergate. How long will MSM connoisseurs swallow their shallow propaganda? With Listener Calls & Music via the Rolling Stones, Maroon 5, Calvin Harris, SZA and the Foo Fighters.
Backbone Radio's Matt Dunn again joins Chuck & Julie -- aka The Conservative Underworld -- to cover latest Deep State unravelings. After a long year of denial, Clapper now flips to say "it's a good thing" the FBI spied on Trump. They got caught, so now their lame attempt to justify. MSM circles the wagons to conceal name of FBI informant. Why protect the Spy? Rosetta Stone? Sessions' man Huber prepares for criminal prosecution. Joe diGenova advises CIA John Brennan to find a good lawyer, and fast. Meanwhile, President Trump calls the whole spy operation against him the "all time biggest political scandal." And he would be right. Plus, our preview of Sunday's Backbone Radio program.