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This week, there’s massive fallout for the White House after the firing of FBI Director James Comey. It started Tuesday, when media reports surfaced that there was a memo written by Comey purporting to show President Trump asking him to end the FBI investigation into Mike Flynn. Comey, who is said to have documented “everything he could remember” after meeting with Trump on February 14th, wrote, “I hope you can let this go” on his paper, which is believed to be a quote from the President in regards to the FBI’s investigation of Mike Flynn.
In regards to the cries for Trump’s impeachment on the grounds that he was “obstructing justice” by doing this, Ed likens it to him trying to get out of a speeding ticket. “Haven’t you all done that?” He says. “We’re going to impeach this guy over that? Give me a break.” Things get a little more controversial from there, so tune in to hear what Ed has to say! You’ll also hear from our current National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, and get Ed’s thoughts on the baseless “Russian collusion” witchunt against Trump that is so granular, people are criticizing the “ketchup he puts on his meatloaf.”
And as for the anonymous sources leaking information to the press, “If you’ve got something to say, step up to the mic and say it,” Ed says. “We don’t let anonymous witnesses on a stand in court, but we’re doing it to Trump in the media right now…he’s probably thinking, ‘Why did I take this job? I came here to get something done, and all they’re doing is trying to stand in my way’.”
“There were a few things that happened over the last eight years under Obama that we had no special counsel for,” Ed reminds everyone. Listen to Ed list out many of them, including:
- The IRS scandal
- Fast & Furious
- The Secret Service prostitution scandal
- The misappropriation of Hurricane Sandy relief funds (“They never made their way to New Jersey,” Ed reminds us.)
- Solyndra (they got $500 million of our taxpayer funds,” Ed says. “That’s not worth investigating?”)
…and lots more! Ed is on a roll in this segment.
As the second half continues, Ed covers the cries for impeachment that are coming from members of Congress “with a chip on their shoulder” and media types like Joe Scarborough. “Has he ever run a business?” Ed asks. He also has choice words for the liberal judges who have stopped Trump’s travel ban – intelligent thoughts people need to hear. “We have a guy that ran over people in Times Square this week,” Ed says. “Trump is trying to protect us, and we’re not even letting him do that. I’d like to say something more descriptive, but I can’t.”
As the show closes out, Ed covers the new details on the murder of Seth Rich, the DNC staffer who was shot in the back of the head last August right before the DNC convention. If you haven’t yet familiarized yourself with that, visit our Clinton Casualties page to get the background you need. “55 people who mysteriously died because they stood in the way of Bill, Hillary or both,” Ed reminds everyone. As for Seth Rich, you’ll hear the new developments and the story of private investigator Rod Wheeler, who was first hired by Rich’s family but is now skeptical about the “botched robbery” cover story. It seems pretty obvious that Rich was murdered because he gave WikiLeaks information on the DNC trying to sabotage Bernie Sanders’ campaign in order to make Hillary the inevitable nominee. Listen to this week’s show to hear more!
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