I’d assumed the Interview One was the Bongino show that day. It wasn’t. He had an actual show that came out a bit early in preparation for the interview.
It’s a good one. There’s a moment when his daughter (at about 16 minutes) gets permission to get in front of the camera. Very cute kid!
A large part of the story of the day is ripping the NYT a new one over their propaganda smear of John Solomon. Includes description of the letter that the Obama era folks sent to the Ukrainian officials telling them not to prosecute particular folks AND to lay off the Soros corruption organization. Names names, too. It is very clear that the NYT is being run by and for the Deep State / TLAs.
I do find it interesting that Bongino speculates that MacConnell saying the Senate ought to maybe have a 6 to 8 week trial would land right on top of the Dims running for Potus and tie them down when they ought to be campaigning, AND tie up the House who all must run again… An interesting idea… Especially since the more the Dims do the Traitor Tango the worse their ratings and the more money shows up in Trump donations…
Here’s the show notes so you can read instead of watching, if desired:
In this episode, I address the ongoing soft coup against Trump through the faux impeachment and its strange ties to the explosive Spygate scandal.
Yes. This is a soft coup. Here’s why.
Fox News’ Martha MacCallum destroys radical leftist Eric Swalwell.
John Solomon’s latest article is a damning portrayal of the media coverup of the Spygate scandal.
This older article is clear evidence of what the Democrats are really hiding in Ukraine.
Great news – while the hapless Democrats conduct their faux impeachment, the GOP were busy flipping this Circuit Court.
Hysterical. Elizabeth Warren’s campaign merchandise bashing billionaires is being sold by a company managed by a billionaire.
The Mayor of Baltimore has the worst excuse yet for his city’s high murder rate.
This week in AOC lies.
Several of those things are links to articles in the original.
The real Ukraine controversy: an activist U.S. embassy and its adherence to the Geneva Convention
NOVEMBER 13, 2019ADMIN
The diplomat, as I recall, suggested that Yovanovitch had just caused a commotion in Ukraine a few weeks before that country’s presidential election by calling for the firing of one of the prosecutors aligned with the incumbent president.
The diplomat related that a more senior State official, David Hale, was about to travel to Ukraine and was prepping to be confronted about Yovanovitch’s comments. I remember the diplomat joking something to the effect of, “we always say that the Geneva Convention is optional for our Kiev staff.”
The Geneva Convention is the UN-backed pact enacted during the Cold War that governs the conduct of foreign diplomats in host countries and protects them against retribution. But it strictly mandates that foreign diplomats “have a duty not to interfere in the internal affairs of that State” that hosts them. You can read the convention’s rules here.
Up to that point, I had focused months of reporting on Ukraine on the U.S. government’s relationship with a Ukraine nonprofit called the AntiCorruption Action Centre, which was jointly funded by liberal megadonor George Soros’ charity and the State Department. I even sent a list of questions to that nonprofit all the way back in October 2018. It never answered.
Given that Soros spent millions trying to elect Hillary Clinton and defeat Donald Trump in 2016, I thought it was a legitimate public policy question to ask whether a State Department that is supposed to be politically neutral should be in joint business with a partisan figure’s nonprofit entity.
State officials confirmed that Soros’ foundation and the U.S. embassy jointly funded the AntiCorruption Action Centre, and that Soros’ vocal role in Ukraine as an anticorruption voice afforded him unique access to the State Department, including in 2016 to the top official on Ukraine policy, Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland. (That access was confirmed in documents later released under FOIA to Citizens United.)
And a whole lot more…
I get the feeling that Soros is in this a lot deeper than just being a money bags. It’s smelling a bit like he is part of setting up the corruption and working the angles to suck the money out of various countries (AND our State Department…) after their “Color Revolution” does the take-down.
He needs a few dozen Special Prosecutors assigned to him and his “Organizations” including a RICO (as in Corrupt Organization) panel, in several countries. While the Democrats are corrupt as hell (evidenced by the Lolita Express riders, the Bidens, The Clintons, etc.) I suspect the tap root may reach back to Soros, his money and his influencers around the world. Then back into the TLAs (or did the TLAs originate all this with the start at about Iran Contra guns & drug running under the Clinton’s watchful Governorship?…)
What’s clear is that it is one huge opaque ball of corruption with lots of clear Top Cover for the main political players and assassinations that never get investigated… The Clinton death list is up near what, 80 something now? Then there’s Epstein. That just shouts someone with big credentials saying “You two guards, take a nap, and remember, I was never here.” It might be best for Trump to just close a few TLAs and reopen them with all new staff.
Were these legitimate Ops being run and with legitimate goals, then the TLAs would just brief POTUS Trump and he’d buy into it or set some priorities. That they are running a coup against him just shouts “Corruption Hiding Here!” and demands a giant steam shovel sized “Dig Here!”.