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.
May 12, 2019