The Barr Bill is Coming Due. Joe diGenova sees the rats scattering on SpyGate, says for the first time he now believes "some of these guys are gonna go to prison." With the appointment of U.S. Attorney John Durham to investigate the origins of the Russia Hoax, DiGenova adds this has become "very serious business" and is approaching the "big time." Perpetrators lawyering up? CIA Brennan tries to get ahead of the story. FBI Comey kicks the bear, tweets harshly against AG Barr. We review Comey's "blackmail" briefing of Trump in January 2017, as we continue to criticize current FBI Director Christopher Wray for withholding critical information from AG Barr and IG Horowitz. Meanwhile, additional recap of the wild 710 KNUS "Save Our State" event and further debate on the future of the Republican Party in Colorado. What should the grassroots do about Sen. Cory Gardner? Plus, our Sentimental Journey tribute to Doris Day. The "Golden Girl" has passed away at age 97. Que Sera, Sera. Also, our review of the new John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum martial arts action film. Very well done. Under My Thumb. Gloria. Bullet Holes. With Listener Calls & Music via Bush, the Rolling Stones, Shadows of Knight and Doris Day.
Opening Monologues. Popcorn Time on SpyGate. Are the gaslighters running out of gas? We review Attorney General Barr's bombshell interview with Fox News. Asking all the right questions about the senior level "small group" running the Russia investigation into Candidate Trump. Barr says he's finding the answers he's getting "inadequate" and "not sufficient." Barr says he's growing concerned that things simply "don't hang together." A steady stream of ominous signals delivered to the Deep State. Comey and Brennan under exquisite pressure. Catfights breaking out between the perpetrators. All now running from the "radioactive" Steele Dossier. And Robert Mueller still in hiding. Why won't Mueller come out and speak? Yellow. Meanwhile, we offer our harsh critique of current FBI Director Christopher Wray. It's a Shame About Wray. Time to update the resume? The FBI, CIA and Doris Day. Dig It. Waiting and watching on Colorado Senator Cory Gardner. Summertime vignettes on tick removal. A big thanks and recap of our sold out 710 KNUS event earlier in the week. Count On Me. Sweet Sounds of the Seventies. With Listener Calls & Music via John Lennon, Lana Del Rey, Jefferson Starship and The Lemonheads.
Mueller Entrapment Redux. Did Mueller's Pitbull Andrew Weissmann run an Entrapment Scheme on Papadopoulos? We review the evidence from the summer of 2017. CIA asset George Tawil, $10K in cash, an Israeli hotel, a sojourn in Cyprus and the FBI's mad scramble to arrest Papadopoulos at Dulles Airport. But he didn't have the cash. Collapse backwards? Meanwhile, a haggard James Comey holds a CNN town hall, says it's "a totally normal step" to spy on a presidential campaign, but that he can't remember if he signed off on it. Do we like FBI Comey's normalization of Police State USA? Maybe he's the first to go down? Rep. John Ratcliffe tells Maria Bartiromo that the Democrats are "scared to death" as SpyGate unravels, and that he expects "accountability on all fronts" for the perpetrators. Newly released text messages from FBI Peter Strzok reveal significant friction between Obama's FBI and CIA. Will spooks soon be turning on spooks? Was CIA John Brennan the mastermind of the greatest political scandal in American history? Plus, Sen. Richard Burr subpoenas Don Jr., one last pathetic gasp for Establishment leverage. Roger Stone challenges the U.S. Government to prove the validity of the alleged Russian hacking predicate, suggests DNC contractor CrowdStrike an unreliable diagnostician. Australian Ambassador Downer pops up to speak about his Five Eyes interactions with Papadopoulos, as we flashback to Judge Napolitano's May 2016 Fox News commentary on Russians having 20K HRC emails. Also, Biden's big China problem. And Ukraine problem. Communist Cuba starts food rationing. With Listener Calls & Music via Rita Ora, Lennon Stella and Ruben Gonzalez. Sacred Song from Brad Paisley. Farther Along.
Ducks In A Row on SpyGate. Bearing down on the BOOM. Reporter John Solomon drops bombshell details on a previously concealed October 2016 meeting between Spy Christopher Steele and Kathleen Kavalec of the State Department. Kavalec's notes on the meeting shred Steele's credibility, revealing his desperate pre-election political motives. Note to Steele, there "is no Russian Consulate in Miami." But Comey's FBI used Steele's fraud Dossier anyways in its First FISA application, a mere 10 days later, even though they had seen Kavalec's damning notes. Moreover, we find out that Wray's FBI has been hiding Kavalec's emails from IG Horowitz, which is why Sen. Lindsey Graham has dashed off a sharp letter demanding that Horowitz incorporate the new revelations into his forthcoming FISA report. Further, Joe diGenova reveals that IG Horowitz has already determined that the final three FISA extensions were "illegally obtained," and that the IG is taking another hard look at that First FISA. Yes, the one signed by Comey. Getting good here! We listen to Kimberly Strassel of the WSJ describe the "fear" of AG Barr harbored by "a lot of very powerful people" in the Beltway. Panicked Democrats Nadler & Schiff have run out of gas, conjuring bogus "contempt" and "constitutional crisis" scenarios. Not adjusting well to Life After Mueller. And say, why is Mueller still in hiding? We listen to Rep. Jim Jordan's stirring defense of AG Barr, and we make the case for the abrupt dismissal of black hat FBI Director Christopher Wray. With Listener Calls & Music via Redd Volkert, DJ Meme, Silva, Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran.
Opening Monologues. The SpyGate ball of yarn rolls off the table. An epic unraveling, in real-time, in dozens of directions. Democrats "scared to death" right now, says Rep. John Ratcliffe. President Trump stands up to China, keeps his promise to enforce strong trade tariffs -- a great move to protect the American Middle Class. But will our own Ruling Classes, who seem to benefit from a stronger China, ever stop complaining? Meanwhile, we review several under-reported news items from the STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting earlier this week. We commend STEM students for turning their backs on Democrat politicians Michael Bennet and Jason Crow, who had showed up to politicize the tragedy in its immediate aftermath. The UK Daily Mail is reporting that the father of one of the shooters is a twice-deported illegal alien with a long criminal history. For this and other reasons, we expect the MSM to be dropping this story like a hot potato. Too many inconvenient narratives herein. Plus, we discuss the "Californication of Colorado" and what can be done about it. Save Our State. Mother's Day Vignettes. With Listener Calls & Music via Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Clouds Of Illegitimacy Settle Upon the Deep State. After two years of casting clouds upon President Trump, the Obama Intel Community now encounters the scenario in reverse -- and they don't like it one bit. Vindicated Trump is presently asking how their investigation into his campaign got started in the first place, suggesting FBI Comey was "leading the effort on spying." Meanwhile, on the heels of the NYT's admission of the FBI honeytrap on George Papadopoulos, the usual MSM suspects attempt to sanitize the effort. Playing defense. We sample the CNN banalities of James Clapper and Josh Campbell, along with the NYT's Liam Brennan and Michael S. Schmidt. Just routine normal stuff, they say, which shouldn't count as actual "spying." Also, we dig deeper into mysterious international spook Joseph Mifsud -- who was he working for? Maria Bartiromo interviews Papadopoulos and Devin Nunes on the subject, who both want answers. And soon. When we get them, we may find the coup de grace on SpyGate. Istanbul Not Constantinople. Different Drum. Thunder. With Listener Calls & Music via Carrie Underwood, They Might Be Giants, Imagine Dragons and Dr. Dre. Sacred Song from Hank Williams, Sr.
Has AG Barr Blindsided the Beltway? Thus far, the Churchillian Barr has exceeded our expectations and appears "deadly serious" about investigating the origins of SpyGate. A surprising rift opens between old friends Barr & Mueller as key Democrats call for Barr's resignation. Weak plea for leverage? No apologies from NBC's error-prone Chuck Todd. Meanwhile, CIA John Brennan goes silent in the aftermath of recent spying revelations. Why no TV appearances, why no Tweets from the normally loquacious Brennan? Feeling the heat? A caller claims it was President Obama himself running the SpyGate operation, and that everyone knows it, and that President Trump has been hinting as much. A new book reveals an outraged Obama took Trump's 2016 victory as "a personal insult." Once again, Obama disappointed in the American people. Also, our conversations on Colorado Democrats' unfortunate scheme to overthrow the Electoral College. Stealing the voice of our home state. Time now to stand up against the Californication of Colorado. We advise signing the petition found at "coloradansvote.org" to help Save Our State. Punk rock icon Johnny Rotten lashes out against California's chronic mismanagement. Our reflections upon the U.S. Constitution and the genius of James Madison. Notes on Madison's sharp understanding of human nature. Thunderclouds. A Cinco De Mayo Polka. With Listener Calls & Music via War, Flaco Jimenez, Diplo, Sia and the Kershaw Brothers.
Opening Monologues. SpyGate Dynamite. The Smell of Fear in the Beltway. The real story is about to happen. An enormous scandal on the verge of blowing wide open. Prediction: The next 60 Days gonna be wild. New York Times finally admits spying did occur, detailing the Obama Administration's deployment of multiple spies against the Trump Campaign in 2016. Including Honeypot Azra Turk, the cartoonishly voluptuous secret agent who went to work on George Papadopoulos. The NYT claims the FBI was "frantic" about the Russian Menace, and therefore simply had to trample the Constitution. But we say the Obama spooks only hoped to harm Team Trump and cover the tracks of their many years of illegal spying. We marvel at the sheer chronic wrongitude of MSM propaganda, as Geraldo Rivera says the media should now be apologizing to President Trump. Meanwhile, it's all hands on deck for Democrats to demonize AG Barr, who is "deadly serious" about getting to the bottom of the origins of all the spying. Thus far, AG Barr appears in line with the maxim of Winston Churchill: "Be a peg, hammered into the frozen ground, immovable." Hence the widespread panic across the Deep State. DAG Rod Rosenstein resigns. Criminal Referral for Nellie Ohr. Stormclouds Gathering. More Cowbell. Don't Fear the Reaper. My Oh My. With Listener Calls & Music via Blue Oyster Cult, The Wreckers and Hank Williams III.
SPECIAL EDITION. Matt Dunn of Backbone Radio joins Chuck Bonniwell & Julie Hayden to discuss the latest SpyGate Dynamite. New York Times admits Obama Administration deployed multiple spies against Team Trump in 2016. Including the mysterious agent "Azra Turk" who went to work on George Papadopoulos. Honeypot scenario? Criminal referral arrives for Nellie Ohr of Fusion GPS. Steele Dossier keeps on falling apart. CIA Brennan in hot water. IG Horowitz FISA report landing soon. Trump vows Declassification. Spooks turning on spooks? Bold AG Barr has official Washington playing panic defense. The smell of fear in the Beltway. It is happening.