Thoughts after Adam Schiff's House Intelligence Committee hearing

5 minute read

September 27, 2019

It’s hard to know where to start in dissecting the House Intelligence Committee’s questioning of acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, particularly the disgraceful performance of Chairman Adam Schiff. So I’ll ease into it by quoting former independent prosecutor Ken Starr, in a Thursday night interview with FOX News’ Shannon Bream:

“I think we need a little dignity in Washington,” he said, “on both sides of the aisle. It would be helpful if we just said, ‘Mr. Chairman, we call you on this. You call the President because of his tweets, or whatever; why don’t you show some dignity, especially since you knew you were playing to the crowd?'  I just think it’s this constant...” and then he trailed off, maybe because it’s hard to end that thought with a word that can be used on TV. Then he went on: “What I would say is, let’s have a full debate instead of the kind of show that we had today [Thursday], where I think the vice-admiral [Maguire], who has had such an exemplary career, was calumnied [maliciously defamed] in a very, I think, vicious way, and it was very unbecoming to the House of Representatives and the Intelligence Committee to do that...Today was an oversight hearing, but it’s masquerading as impeachment.”


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Mr. Starr was much more diplomatic and polite than I feel like being at this point, and I’m pretty well known for being diplomatic and polite. Schiff's cringeworthy exhibition put our whole legislative branch in the worst possible light. Schiff was at his shiftiest; he should look back at this and be embarrassed and deeply ashamed, but he won’t be. Based on his opening statement –- the one he laughably defended later as a “parody” –- which put words in the President’s mouth that we know he never said and completely misrepresented his phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, Schiff personifies the scummiest, slimiest sleazebag attorney whoever inspired a lawyer joke.

What do you call Adam Schiff losing re-election? A good start.

And yet, if you look at his Twitter account, he’s got lots of followers who think he’s a true patriot (!) and the greatest thing since sliced ham. But let’s move on –- there’s so much in the news today about all this that I’d just as soon not dwell on that travesty of a hearing that he chaired.

One reason the Democrats are behaving this way now is that Trump, during “the” phone call with Zelensky, referenced a cybersecurity company called CrowdStrike, which was hired by the Democratic National Committee to look into allegations that Russia had hacked their computer server. Recall that then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz refused to turn over their computer hardware to the FBI for analysis. CrowdStrike handled it instead and issued their finding that, yep, it was the Ruskies, all right. The Obama FBI allowed this (they would), but Trump’s FBI and DOJ is focused on finding out exactly by what means the files were compromised and by whom. The “Russia” narrative could end up being shattered, replaced by some other perhaps very disturbing truth.

The closer Trump and the DOJ get to the real story of the Russia hoax, the more the Democrats will behave like junkyard dogs. They’ll push even more relentlessly for impeachment (or the strange business they’re doing now, “impeachment”) and lie even harder, though it’s hard to imagine after seeing Adam Schiff’s performance that anyone could do that.


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Of course, Rudy Giuliani has been doing some investigating as well, and now we know our own State Department had requested that he be involved. The so-called “whistleblower” apparently didn’t know they had done that, as this person accused him in the complaint of damaging national security by talking with the Ukrainians. Giuliani has plenty of documentation that State asked him, though, in the form of numerous texts to and from State Department officials. And in a Thursday night interview with Laura Ingraham, he pointed out that a remark in the complaint about Giuliani’s meeting being a “direct result” of Trump’s July call with President Zelensky is not correct --- and can’t possibly be true, because Giuliani’s meeting took place three days before Trump’s phone call.

That’s not the only inaccuracy. Although the complaint seems well crafted –- so much so that it’s obvious to some analysts such as Fred Fleitz* that this person had a great deal of lawyerly help in filling it out, probably from Intelligence Committee attorneys –- Giuliani alleged 16 places on the official form where the “whistleblower” either got something wrong or lied. Rudy also made a great point about credibility when it comes to hearsay witnesses: that for obvious reasons it’s not about THEIR credibility, but the credibility of the people who are speaking to them. Why the IG noted that this person was “credible” when he or she was supposedly passing on information received from others, he doesn’t know.

*Speaking of Fred Fleitz, here’s an outstanding piece he wrote listing eight major points about the “whistleblower” complaint. We had it in Wednesday’s Evening Edition, but I wanted to make sure you saw it.

Thread by @FredFleitz: "1/ As a former CIA analyst and former NSC official who edited transcripts of POTUS phone calls with foreign leaders, here are my thoughts on […]"

As for Giuliani, he reiterated what we’ve been talking about: that Ukrainian officials have insisted they had solid evidence of “collusion,” not between Trump and Russians but between Hillary’s campaign/DNC (same thing) and Ukrainians. “We believe George Soros is behind it,” Giuliani said, “because his company was involved in it...When Biden’s son’s case was dismissed, the other case the crooked new prosecutor had to dismiss was Soros’s case, which is why the Biden thing is relevant to ME...Had [Soros’s] case been allowed to go on, we would’ve had the evidence to refute the Mueller investigation on DAY ONE.”

Listening to Rudy, I can’t help thinking how fascinating it is the way all these people and their legal cases are connected and intertwined. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Soros connection were common to all, even to the point of funding the anti-Trump “whistleblowers.”

This is a very entertaining, long and wide-ranging interview, with Rudy in superb form. Did you know Kamala Harris is actually calling for the State Department to investigate HIM and those who worked with him and possibly have him disbarred? Giuliani says it’s because he’s uncovering details about various pay-for-play schemes, including the one involving the Clinton Foundation. He really lets fly in this conversation, and it’s great. Here’s the link…

Ingraham Angle

Finally, John Solomon broke the game-changing news about Joe Biden that he’d promised on Wednesday. He’s turned up hundreds of pages of never-released documents and memos that contradict Biden’s story about firing the Ukrainian prosecutor looking into Burisma, the natural gas company that had, for some reason, put his son Hunter Biden on its board.

It turns out that there WERE open investigations into Burisma going on at the time the firing occurred; news reports stating otherwise are wrong. Also, the portrayal of Shokin, the prosecutor Biden fired who has been said to be so corrupt, is very different here. These documents raise serious questions about Biden’s ethics and honesty.

Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story

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  • Floyd KImmel

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM

    If I didn't know better I would think you were talking about the movie the Firm with Tom Cruise.


  • Louise Williams

    09/27/2019 03:24 PM

    Thank you, Mr. Huckabee. I enjoy all of your newsletters and I appreciate the fact that you set things straight. I can depend on you to tell the truth. Democrats cannot be trusted ever to tell the truth. As for Schiff, I would like to kick him in the butt. He is absolutely disgusting. He should never be allowed to serve in our government. BTW I would like to see Pelosi just go away.

  • Elaine Liming

    09/27/2019 03:21 PM

    Thanks for keeping us informed. Deep State and all the corruption in DC is only making the Americans I hang with; the Seniors; very angry. We care for President Trump, like what he is doing; his UN speech was right on. He has faults but so do we . He's a Patriotic American and he speaks for the middle class. To us the Democratic Socialist Party will soon be a memory.
    A few of us have decided to write an official letter to our church leaders for excommunication of certain members of Congress who are causing scandal to the Church. It hasn't been done in a long time but we feel we can't be quiet any more.

  • Dennis Ragain

    09/27/2019 03:19 PM

    Governor, it is terrifying for those of us who still believe in equal justice under the law, civility, patriotism and our American way. I think most of us were way too complacent as our political system slipped further and further away from those ideals. I watch our President continuing to complete what he promised us as a candidate. He does not get any help from the Democrats because of their hatred and socialist leanings. He gets very little help from many Republicans, because he is shaking up their little power fiefdom. And the entrenched bureaucrats have been able do as they please all these years expanding their numbers and thinking they are untouchable. Our intelligence communities stopped being totally unbiased many years ago and now in many cases operate as another arm of the Left. The news media we once used as a source for honest information is no longer in existence. Our public school system has been destroyed and private schools that teach young people to think and reason are under attack. We are seeing the most insidious indoctrination of our children from Grammar School through college. I can go on and on, but you already know what else I would say. If this country does not get back to its Judaeo-Christian values and soon, the United States of America will no longer exist and we will go the way of Rome and all other civilizations that turned from God to evil.

  • Ed Thompson

    09/27/2019 03:17 PM

    God Bless America—- PLEASE!

  • Kenny Gardner

    09/27/2019 03:17 PM

    The whistle blower is citing second hand info which is not permissible in court as it is here say. That means him or her get NO protection as they are not whistle blowers. The President has a RIGHT to know who this person is and to confront. This is the U.S.A and not Soviet USSR! ALL e-mails, bank records, phone records of Schiff, Pelosi to Schumer for the past two years needs to be sought. The Dems knew about this for two months. Why now? Biden. He is being looked at and the rats are freaking out.

  • Mary Rollinson

    09/27/2019 03:16 PM

    Can we impeach/fire Nancy and her gang for wasteful spending of our tax dollars Nd not doing the job they were elected to do?

  • Carl Smith

    09/27/2019 03:15 PM

    I guess I watch and read too much news because the Deep State connection and the medias complicity have been apparent to me for Months. Remember the Press and since the 50's TV have been the KING Makers in all Things Political for over a hundred years and Being Wrong is bad but being SOO Wrong is reason to buy Golden Shovels and continue to dig and insure Journalism remains DEAD and only the Political Operatives are to be heard.
    When all the Guns have been Banned
    When all the Words have been censored
    When all the History has been Erased
    When all the Freedoms have been taken
    ONLY Then will you discover Why our
    Right to Bear Arms was so high on the List
    I lifted this from somewhere but it's so apropos.

  • Lawanda Edmond

    09/27/2019 02:52 PM

    I appreciate all you do in support of our President as he is surrounded by so much evil in the Democrats and many of the Republicans. Mitt Romney and Ben Sasse comes to mind. I pray daily for President Trump, so Mr. Huckabee I am calling on you and all of the religion community to pray for President Trump for God to protect him and deliver him from evil.

Thoughts after Adam Schiff's House Intelligence Committee hearing

5 minute read

September 27, 2019

It’s hard to know where to start in dissecting the House Intelligence Committee’s questioning of acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, particularly the disgraceful performance of Chairman Adam Schiff. So I’ll ease into it by quoting former independent prosecutor Ken Starr, in a Thursday night interview with FOX News’ Shannon Bream:

“I think we need a little dignity in Washington,” he said, “on both sides of the aisle. It would be helpful if we just said, ‘Mr. Chairman, we call you on this. You call the President because of his tweets, or whatever; why don’t you show some dignity, especially since you knew you were playing to the crowd?'  I just think it’s this constant...” and then he trailed off, maybe because it’s hard to end that thought with a word that can be used on TV. Then he went on: “What I would say is, let’s have a full debate instead of the kind of show that we had today [Thursday], where I think the vice-admiral [Maguire], who has had such an exemplary career, was calumnied [maliciously defamed] in a very, I think, vicious way, and it was very unbecoming to the House of Representatives and the Intelligence Committee to do that...Today was an oversight hearing, but it’s masquerading as impeachment.”


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Mr. Starr was much more diplomatic and polite than I feel like being at this point, and I’m pretty well known for being diplomatic and polite. Schiff's cringeworthy exhibition put our whole legislative branch in the worst possible light. Schiff was at his shiftiest; he should look back at this and be embarrassed and deeply ashamed, but he won’t be. Based on his opening statement –- the one he laughably defended later as a “parody” –- which put words in the President’s mouth that we know he never said and completely misrepresented his phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, Schiff personifies the scummiest, slimiest sleazebag attorney whoever inspired a lawyer joke.

What do you call Adam Schiff losing re-election? A good start.

And yet, if you look at his Twitter account, he’s got lots of followers who think he’s a true patriot (!) and the greatest thing since sliced ham. But let’s move on –- there’s so much in the news today about all this that I’d just as soon not dwell on that travesty of a hearing that he chaired.

One reason the Democrats are behaving this way now is that Trump, during “the” phone call with Zelensky, referenced a cybersecurity company called CrowdStrike, which was hired by the Democratic National Committee to look into allegations that Russia had hacked their computer server. Recall that then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz refused to turn over their computer hardware to the FBI for analysis. CrowdStrike handled it instead and issued their finding that, yep, it was the Ruskies, all right. The Obama FBI allowed this (they would), but Trump’s FBI and DOJ is focused on finding out exactly by what means the files were compromised and by whom. The “Russia” narrative could end up being shattered, replaced by some other perhaps very disturbing truth.

The closer Trump and the DOJ get to the real story of the Russia hoax, the more the Democrats will behave like junkyard dogs. They’ll push even more relentlessly for impeachment (or the strange business they’re doing now, “impeachment”) and lie even harder, though it’s hard to imagine after seeing Adam Schiff’s performance that anyone could do that.


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Of course, Rudy Giuliani has been doing some investigating as well, and now we know our own State Department had requested that he be involved. The so-called “whistleblower” apparently didn’t know they had done that, as this person accused him in the complaint of damaging national security by talking with the Ukrainians. Giuliani has plenty of documentation that State asked him, though, in the form of numerous texts to and from State Department officials. And in a Thursday night interview with Laura Ingraham, he pointed out that a remark in the complaint about Giuliani’s meeting being a “direct result” of Trump’s July call with President Zelensky is not correct --- and can’t possibly be true, because Giuliani’s meeting took place three days before Trump’s phone call.

That’s not the only inaccuracy. Although the complaint seems well crafted –- so much so that it’s obvious to some analysts such as Fred Fleitz* that this person had a great deal of lawyerly help in filling it out, probably from Intelligence Committee attorneys –- Giuliani alleged 16 places on the official form where the “whistleblower” either got something wrong or lied. Rudy also made a great point about credibility when it comes to hearsay witnesses: that for obvious reasons it’s not about THEIR credibility, but the credibility of the people who are speaking to them. Why the IG noted that this person was “credible” when he or she was supposedly passing on information received from others, he doesn’t know.

*Speaking of Fred Fleitz, here’s an outstanding piece he wrote listing eight major points about the “whistleblower” complaint. We had it in Wednesday’s Evening Edition, but I wanted to make sure you saw it.

Thread by @FredFleitz: "1/ As a former CIA analyst and former NSC official who edited transcripts of POTUS phone calls with foreign leaders, here are my thoughts on […]"

As for Giuliani, he reiterated what we’ve been talking about: that Ukrainian officials have insisted they had solid evidence of “collusion,” not between Trump and Russians but between Hillary’s campaign/DNC (same thing) and Ukrainians. “We believe George Soros is behind it,” Giuliani said, “because his company was involved in it...When Biden’s son’s case was dismissed, the other case the crooked new prosecutor had to dismiss was Soros’s case, which is why the Biden thing is relevant to ME...Had [Soros’s] case been allowed to go on, we would’ve had the evidence to refute the Mueller investigation on DAY ONE.”

Listening to Rudy, I can’t help thinking how fascinating it is the way all these people and their legal cases are connected and intertwined. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Soros connection were common to all, even to the point of funding the anti-Trump “whistleblowers.”

This is a very entertaining, long and wide-ranging interview, with Rudy in superb form. Did you know Kamala Harris is actually calling for the State Department to investigate HIM and those who worked with him and possibly have him disbarred? Giuliani says it’s because he’s uncovering details about various pay-for-play schemes, including the one involving the Clinton Foundation. He really lets fly in this conversation, and it’s great. Here’s the link…

Ingraham Angle

Finally, John Solomon broke the game-changing news about Joe Biden that he’d promised on Wednesday. He’s turned up hundreds of pages of never-released documents and memos that contradict Biden’s story about firing the Ukrainian prosecutor looking into Burisma, the natural gas company that had, for some reason, put his son Hunter Biden on its board.

It turns out that there WERE open investigations into Burisma going on at the time the firing occurred; news reports stating otherwise are wrong. Also, the portrayal of Shokin, the prosecutor Biden fired who has been said to be so corrupt, is very different here. These documents raise serious questions about Biden’s ethics and honesty.

Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story

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Comments 76-84 of 84

  • Floyd KImmel

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM

    If I didn't know better I would think you were talking about the movie the Firm with Tom Cruise.


  • Louise Williams

    09/27/2019 03:24 PM

    Thank you, Mr. Huckabee. I enjoy all of your newsletters and I appreciate the fact that you set things straight. I can depend on you to tell the truth. Democrats cannot be trusted ever to tell the truth. As for Schiff, I would like to kick him in the butt. He is absolutely disgusting. He should never be allowed to serve in our government. BTW I would like to see Pelosi just go away.

  • Elaine Liming

    09/27/2019 03:21 PM

    Thanks for keeping us informed. Deep State and all the corruption in DC is only making the Americans I hang with; the Seniors; very angry. We care for President Trump, like what he is doing; his UN speech was right on. He has faults but so do we . He's a Patriotic American and he speaks for the middle class. To us the Democratic Socialist Party will soon be a memory.
    A few of us have decided to write an official letter to our church leaders for excommunication of certain members of Congress who are causing scandal to the Church. It hasn't been done in a long time but we feel we can't be quiet any more.

  • Dennis Ragain

    09/27/2019 03:19 PM

    Governor, it is terrifying for those of us who still believe in equal justice under the law, civility, patriotism and our American way. I think most of us were way too complacent as our political system slipped further and further away from those ideals. I watch our President continuing to complete what he promised us as a candidate. He does not get any help from the Democrats because of their hatred and socialist leanings. He gets very little help from many Republicans, because he is shaking up their little power fiefdom. And the entrenched bureaucrats have been able do as they please all these years expanding their numbers and thinking they are untouchable. Our intelligence communities stopped being totally unbiased many years ago and now in many cases operate as another arm of the Left. The news media we once used as a source for honest information is no longer in existence. Our public school system has been destroyed and private schools that teach young people to think and reason are under attack. We are seeing the most insidious indoctrination of our children from Grammar School through college. I can go on and on, but you already know what else I would say. If this country does not get back to its Judaeo-Christian values and soon, the United States of America will no longer exist and we will go the way of Rome and all other civilizations that turned from God to evil.

  • Ed Thompson

    09/27/2019 03:17 PM

    God Bless America—- PLEASE!

  • Kenny Gardner

    09/27/2019 03:17 PM

    The whistle blower is citing second hand info which is not permissible in court as it is here say. That means him or her get NO protection as they are not whistle blowers. The President has a RIGHT to know who this person is and to confront. This is the U.S.A and not Soviet USSR! ALL e-mails, bank records, phone records of Schiff, Pelosi to Schumer for the past two years needs to be sought. The Dems knew about this for two months. Why now? Biden. He is being looked at and the rats are freaking out.

  • Mary Rollinson

    09/27/2019 03:16 PM

    Can we impeach/fire Nancy and her gang for wasteful spending of our tax dollars Nd not doing the job they were elected to do?

  • Carl Smith

    09/27/2019 03:15 PM

    I guess I watch and read too much news because the Deep State connection and the medias complicity have been apparent to me for Months. Remember the Press and since the 50's TV have been the KING Makers in all Things Political for over a hundred years and Being Wrong is bad but being SOO Wrong is reason to buy Golden Shovels and continue to dig and insure Journalism remains DEAD and only the Political Operatives are to be heard.
    When all the Guns have been Banned
    When all the Words have been censored
    When all the History has been Erased
    When all the Freedoms have been taken
    ONLY Then will you discover Why our
    Right to Bear Arms was so high on the List
    I lifted this from somewhere but it's so apropos.

  • Lawanda Edmond

    09/27/2019 02:52 PM

    I appreciate all you do in support of our President as he is surrounded by so much evil in the Democrats and many of the Republicans. Mitt Romney and Ben Sasse comes to mind. I pray daily for President Trump, so Mr. Huckabee I am calling on you and all of the religion community to pray for President Trump for God to protect him and deliver him from evil.

Thoughts after Adam Schiff's House Intelligence Committee hearing

5 minute read

September 27, 2019

It’s hard to know where to start in dissecting the House Intelligence Committee’s questioning of acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, particularly the disgraceful performance of Chairman Adam Schiff. So I’ll ease into it by quoting former independent prosecutor Ken Starr, in a Thursday night interview with FOX News’ Shannon Bream:

“I think we need a little dignity in Washington,” he said, “on both sides of the aisle. It would be helpful if we just said, ‘Mr. Chairman, we call you on this. You call the President because of his tweets, or whatever; why don’t you show some dignity, especially since you knew you were playing to the crowd?'  I just think it’s this constant...” and then he trailed off, maybe because it’s hard to end that thought with a word that can be used on TV. Then he went on: “What I would say is, let’s have a full debate instead of the kind of show that we had today [Thursday], where I think the vice-admiral [Maguire], who has had such an exemplary career, was calumnied [maliciously defamed] in a very, I think, vicious way, and it was very unbecoming to the House of Representatives and the Intelligence Committee to do that...Today was an oversight hearing, but it’s masquerading as impeachment.”


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Mr. Starr was much more diplomatic and polite than I feel like being at this point, and I’m pretty well known for being diplomatic and polite. Schiff's cringeworthy exhibition put our whole legislative branch in the worst possible light. Schiff was at his shiftiest; he should look back at this and be embarrassed and deeply ashamed, but he won’t be. Based on his opening statement –- the one he laughably defended later as a “parody” –- which put words in the President’s mouth that we know he never said and completely misrepresented his phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, Schiff personifies the scummiest, slimiest sleazebag attorney whoever inspired a lawyer joke.

What do you call Adam Schiff losing re-election? A good start.

And yet, if you look at his Twitter account, he’s got lots of followers who think he’s a true patriot (!) and the greatest thing since sliced ham. But let’s move on –- there’s so much in the news today about all this that I’d just as soon not dwell on that travesty of a hearing that he chaired.

One reason the Democrats are behaving this way now is that Trump, during “the” phone call with Zelensky, referenced a cybersecurity company called CrowdStrike, which was hired by the Democratic National Committee to look into allegations that Russia had hacked their computer server. Recall that then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz refused to turn over their computer hardware to the FBI for analysis. CrowdStrike handled it instead and issued their finding that, yep, it was the Ruskies, all right. The Obama FBI allowed this (they would), but Trump’s FBI and DOJ is focused on finding out exactly by what means the files were compromised and by whom. The “Russia” narrative could end up being shattered, replaced by some other perhaps very disturbing truth.

The closer Trump and the DOJ get to the real story of the Russia hoax, the more the Democrats will behave like junkyard dogs. They’ll push even more relentlessly for impeachment (or the strange business they’re doing now, “impeachment”) and lie even harder, though it’s hard to imagine after seeing Adam Schiff’s performance that anyone could do that.


Commentary continues below advertisement


Of course, Rudy Giuliani has been doing some investigating as well, and now we know our own State Department had requested that he be involved. The so-called “whistleblower” apparently didn’t know they had done that, as this person accused him in the complaint of damaging national security by talking with the Ukrainians. Giuliani has plenty of documentation that State asked him, though, in the form of numerous texts to and from State Department officials. And in a Thursday night interview with Laura Ingraham, he pointed out that a remark in the complaint about Giuliani’s meeting being a “direct result” of Trump’s July call with President Zelensky is not correct --- and can’t possibly be true, because Giuliani’s meeting took place three days before Trump’s phone call.

That’s not the only inaccuracy. Although the complaint seems well crafted –- so much so that it’s obvious to some analysts such as Fred Fleitz* that this person had a great deal of lawyerly help in filling it out, probably from Intelligence Committee attorneys –- Giuliani alleged 16 places on the official form where the “whistleblower” either got something wrong or lied. Rudy also made a great point about credibility when it comes to hearsay witnesses: that for obvious reasons it’s not about THEIR credibility, but the credibility of the people who are speaking to them. Why the IG noted that this person was “credible” when he or she was supposedly passing on information received from others, he doesn’t know.

*Speaking of Fred Fleitz, here’s an outstanding piece he wrote listing eight major points about the “whistleblower” complaint. We had it in Wednesday’s Evening Edition, but I wanted to make sure you saw it.

Thread by @FredFleitz: "1/ As a former CIA analyst and former NSC official who edited transcripts of POTUS phone calls with foreign leaders, here are my thoughts on […]"

As for Giuliani, he reiterated what we’ve been talking about: that Ukrainian officials have insisted they had solid evidence of “collusion,” not between Trump and Russians but between Hillary’s campaign/DNC (same thing) and Ukrainians. “We believe George Soros is behind it,” Giuliani said, “because his company was involved in it...When Biden’s son’s case was dismissed, the other case the crooked new prosecutor had to dismiss was Soros’s case, which is why the Biden thing is relevant to ME...Had [Soros’s] case been allowed to go on, we would’ve had the evidence to refute the Mueller investigation on DAY ONE.”

Listening to Rudy, I can’t help thinking how fascinating it is the way all these people and their legal cases are connected and intertwined. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Soros connection were common to all, even to the point of funding the anti-Trump “whistleblowers.”

This is a very entertaining, long and wide-ranging interview, with Rudy in superb form. Did you know Kamala Harris is actually calling for the State Department to investigate HIM and those who worked with him and possibly have him disbarred? Giuliani says it’s because he’s uncovering details about various pay-for-play schemes, including the one involving the Clinton Foundation. He really lets fly in this conversation, and it’s great. Here’s the link…

Ingraham Angle

Finally, John Solomon broke the game-changing news about Joe Biden that he’d promised on Wednesday. He’s turned up hundreds of pages of never-released documents and memos that contradict Biden’s story about firing the Ukrainian prosecutor looking into Burisma, the natural gas company that had, for some reason, put his son Hunter Biden on its board.

It turns out that there WERE open investigations into Burisma going on at the time the firing occurred; news reports stating otherwise are wrong. Also, the portrayal of Shokin, the prosecutor Biden fired who has been said to be so corrupt, is very different here. These documents raise serious questions about Biden’s ethics and honesty.

Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story

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Comments 76-84 of 84

  • Floyd KImmel

    09/27/2019 03:37 PM

    If I didn't know better I would think you were talking about the movie the Firm with Tom Cruise.


  • Louise Williams

    09/27/2019 03:24 PM

    Thank you, Mr. Huckabee. I enjoy all of your newsletters and I appreciate the fact that you set things straight. I can depend on you to tell the truth. Democrats cannot be trusted ever to tell the truth. As for Schiff, I would like to kick him in the butt. He is absolutely disgusting. He should never be allowed to serve in our government. BTW I would like to see Pelosi just go away.

  • Elaine Liming

    09/27/2019 03:21 PM

    Thanks for keeping us informed. Deep State and all the corruption in DC is only making the Americans I hang with; the Seniors; very angry. We care for President Trump, like what he is doing; his UN speech was right on. He has faults but so do we . He's a Patriotic American and he speaks for the middle class. To us the Democratic Socialist Party will soon be a memory.
    A few of us have decided to write an official letter to our church leaders for excommunication of certain members of Congress who are causing scandal to the Church. It hasn't been done in a long time but we feel we can't be quiet any more.

  • Dennis Ragain

    09/27/2019 03:19 PM

    Governor, it is terrifying for those of us who still believe in equal justice under the law, civility, patriotism and our American way. I think most of us were way too complacent as our political system slipped further and further away from those ideals. I watch our President continuing to complete what he promised us as a candidate. He does not get any help from the Democrats because of their hatred and socialist leanings. He gets very little help from many Republicans, because he is shaking up their little power fiefdom. And the entrenched bureaucrats have been able do as they please all these years expanding their numbers and thinking they are untouchable. Our intelligence communities stopped being totally unbiased many years ago and now in many cases operate as another arm of the Left. The news media we once used as a source for honest information is no longer in existence. Our public school system has been destroyed and private schools that teach young people to think and reason are under attack. We are seeing the most insidious indoctrination of our children from Grammar School through college. I can go on and on, but you already know what else I would say. If this country does not get back to its Judaeo-Christian values and soon, the United States of America will no longer exist and we will go the way of Rome and all other civilizations that turned from God to evil.

  • Ed Thompson

    09/27/2019 03:17 PM

    God Bless America—- PLEASE!

  • Kenny Gardner

    09/27/2019 03:17 PM

    The whistle blower is citing second hand info which is not permissible in court as it is here say. That means him or her get NO protection as they are not whistle blowers. The President has a RIGHT to know who this person is and to confront. This is the U.S.A and not Soviet USSR! ALL e-mails, bank records, phone records of Schiff, Pelosi to Schumer for the past two years needs to be sought. The Dems knew about this for two months. Why now? Biden. He is being looked at and the rats are freaking out.

  • Mary Rollinson

    09/27/2019 03:16 PM

    Can we impeach/fire Nancy and her gang for wasteful spending of our tax dollars Nd not doing the job they were elected to do?

  • Carl Smith

    09/27/2019 03:15 PM

    I guess I watch and read too much news because the Deep State connection and the medias complicity have been apparent to me for Months. Remember the Press and since the 50's TV have been the KING Makers in all Things Political for over a hundred years and Being Wrong is bad but being SOO Wrong is reason to buy Golden Shovels and continue to dig and insure Journalism remains DEAD and only the Political Operatives are to be heard.
    When all the Guns have been Banned
    When all the Words have been censored
    When all the History has been Erased
    When all the Freedoms have been taken
    ONLY Then will you discover Why our
    Right to Bear Arms was so high on the List
    I lifted this from somewhere but it's so apropos.

  • Lawanda Edmond

    09/27/2019 02:52 PM

    I appreciate all you do in support of our President as he is surrounded by so much evil in the Democrats and many of the Republicans. Mitt Romney and Ben Sasse comes to mind. I pray daily for President Trump, so Mr. Huckabee I am calling on you and all of the religion community to pray for President Trump for God to protect him and deliver him from evil.