Opening Monologue. Criminal Deep State playing uninterrupted defense, scrambling to keep its stories straight, losing all traces of momentum. But for a few minor exceptions. One, Rudy Giuliani has taken the bait from Stephanopoulos by answering a ridiculous Sunday Show question about President Trump's "power to pardon himself." Another unforced error from Rudy, promptly blasted through the MSM echo chamber. Two, Rep. Trey Gowdy has unmasked his True Swamp Self and sidled up with the Clapper & Comey versions of SpyGate. Clapper claims Trump "should be happy" about the FBI spying on his campaign, and Gowdy now seems to agree. That said, we review the additional Jenga sticks pulled out from under the Mueller Investigation this week. Close to collapse? Byron York offers new perspectives on Flynn, and we begin our look at the shady Joseph Mifsud, the Maltese Falcon. Meanwhile, North Korea signs on for "The Art of The Nuclear Deal" and the MSM isn't happy about it. Also, a dancing FBI man allegedly drops his firearm in a Denver nightclub, picks it up and accidentally shoots someone. Not good. Plus, our conversation with Jeff Hunt of the Centennial Institute about next week's Western Conservative Summit in Denver. Hunt announces that the vicious leftist Samantha Bee has been denied press credentials for the conference, and for very good reasons. With Listener Calls & Music via Sigrid of Norway, Maroon 5, SZA, Calvin Harris, the Partridge Family and Daft Punk.
June 3, 2018