First with the fluff. You know, Saturday Night Live has been in decline, I think we can all agree upon that. However, this one actually made me laugh,
like, belly laugh:
That bit with Kanye and Don King had me in stitches. Of course the rule of three demands that third zinger, digging on Liam Neeson. This was actually
a really good cold open, and I loved it. I mean "...don't bail on me now, I need my 'urbans'..." LOL. Great joke, great delivery, great
I usually really like this guy's analysis. But "Cloudstrike?" Twice in a row? Then again in summation? Dude man, it's Crowdstrike. And it's a big
So here we have a really intelligent lawyer, displaying in first person, ignorance of simple terms like "Crowdstrike" in his analysis. It's not his
fault. He described it as a "q-anon conspiracy theory" but it really isn't. In this case the FBI deferred analysis of the DNC's email server to
this org, Crowdstrike, for...reasons. I'm...at a loss. It's such a...it makes me feel like this guy is actually presenting satire. Again, I'm a
LONG time sub to his channel because it is always awesome. So I feel comfortable presenting two pieces of satire in one post. Please enjoy this double
feature. He even gets it right at the end, as "Crowdstrike."
So, why do I post this? Well, firstly because youtube's algorithm served them to me in 1-2 order. I can't say that I've done extensive analysis of
LegalEagle's commentary, and I'll probably be watching it again a couple times. I wanted you all to share it with me. The grandeur of it. He, toward
the end, says it exceeds the Watergate scandal, which, if you recall, was in regards to a political party committing crimes with the expectation of
finding dirt on the opposing party, then covering up that effort. Did Nixon release the transcripts of his call? I don't think he did.
"It's almost as if they took the Mueller report as a roadmap..."
Jesus. This is such a honeypot setup. I hope the Dems bite. I really do.
I could not watch the first SNL video, country restrictions, grumble grumble.
As for the LegalEagle, he does a great job and has a lot of clear advice. With this case he still has some homework to go, admits he has not seen the
other side. Where is the line between political dirt and official corruption?
He is currently accepting that Viktor Shokin was guilty of corruption. Is this correct? John
Solomon Data Dump
Has he seen Joe Bidens admission of Quid Quo Pro?
And then what just will happen with this Qanon, Crowdstrike, Email, Hacking, Bribery and Conspiracy stuff?
September 30, 2019. Live With Legal Eagle Cyndi Holcomb
To look further at some of the legal issues, this episode by George Webb interviews Cyndi Holcomb. Details include 86 separate attempts of legal
actions against Donald Trump. Cyndi has been involved with a lot of forensic accounting with past experience during bankings crises, IT and legal.
Calls out Nancy Pelosi for Mexico drug running through Apco, Jonathan Winer and John
Kerry. Hiding covert action servers. Apco has been trying to take down Trump since 2015.
Jonathan Winer is also involved in Libya and Syria with drugs for weapons under 'the color of law'? What ever that means? President Nixon signed off
on the drug running, been going on long time with Air Force and DEA involved. It has not stopped. Apco is at the center of the rat lines.
Mentions many other names and connections. Traps have been set. Rudy Giuliani is doing a good job trying to push it out. Biden and Shiff has Ukraine
weapon ties. Conflict of interest for Shiff to oversea Trump Ukraine.
Sales of nukes outside of official policy? If Obama signed off on it does that make it official? What internal reporting is there of weapon trades.
George Webb does bring up a lot of questions here with his other episodes. Weapon sales through oil and gas invoices.
Is the Whistleblower Complaint HEARSAY? - Real Law Review
The Legal Eagle has come in with an update on this issue. Yes the Whistleblower complaint contains hearsay evidence and yes it can be submitted. Since
Trump has released a transcript it is more accurate to use this version rather than the Whistleblower's version. Unless the Whistblower or someone
else has something more accurate to add?
I'm really sorry I just dropped this post then left it. I was hoping to have a cool discussion about it, but I got distracted by other stuff which may
or may not have been also on this forum.
you provide a boatload of money to a specific country, and they in turn give that right back to the United States arms makers who provide the
arms to the foreign countries. So in a way it's almost a subsidy for american arms makers as much as it is foreign aid to another country
Yah. It's exactly that. We privately recognize that being militarily superior to ones enemies means progress. Is this where the term neo-conservative
comes into play? Like, the new brand of conservative? Because it sounds to me like bringing the rest of the people who understand where the future is
headed along with us into the future. Using technology. Shared technology. Sounds pretty progressive. Lets continue...
Weapons are having some big blips on the radar with this case. With Ukraine going through a civil war around this time, standard operating procedure.
Is going through the back door rather than official channels for these weapon contracts the way we really want to conduct foreign policy?
Got another thread looking at some of the weapon issues, Broken Arrow?
I can understand why Trump ripped up the Non Nuclear Proliferation Treaty, its busted. How do we fix it?
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