Does The Comey Memo Actually Exist? It’s starting to look as real as the Loch Ness Monster.
Links to stories we discussed on the show are below.
In this episode:
- Advice for President Trump
- The Committee of Five (No, not that TV show on Fox)
- Should people who committed non-violent crimes years ago lose their 2nd Amendment rights?
- Do you think the Comey memo, memorializing the president’s alleged attempts to “pressure” former FBI director Comey, actually exists?
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This Day in History-The Committee of Five and the Declaration of Independence
James Comey Says He Documented President Trump’s Attempt to Force Him to Back Off Flynn Investigation. Why Has NO ONE seen the memo that he supposedly gave to his friend to leak?
Robert Mueller, Special Counsel In DOJ Russia Probe, Had Been On White House Shortlist To Run FBI : NPR (Bad idea, Mr.President.)
Letter from Senate Judiciary Committee (This is the letter in which we learn that Comey told Senate Judiciary Committee that he deleted the memo)
YUGE 2nd Amendment Pile
Federal judge dismisses $12M defamation suit for Katie Couric’s ‘Under the Gun’ (Not because of the law, but because the Obama appointed judge is a liberal activist)
Activist Robbed At Gunpoint Just Hours After TV Talk On Stopping Violence – Chatham – DNAinfo Chicago (But at least she got a phone call from the police chief)
15-Year-Old Armed Robber Shot by Intended Victim, U.S. Customs Agent (How can this be in Calfornia, with its extremely repressive gun laws? Nice job, Liberals!)
Is The Media Trying to Take Out Kellyanne Conway Again?
More Mess for President Trump to Clean Up File: Obama Weakened Our Ability to
City Lights City Dreams Martin Hall
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