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Hannity Radio Show Recap: Aug 1

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.02.18

**MORE DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CORRUPTION OF PETER STRZOK

**WHAT LIBERTIES DID HE TAKE WITH HIS SECURITY CLEARANCE AND POWER?

**TRUMP RECOMMENDS TO AG SESSIONS THAT HE SHOULD END THE MUELLER PROBE

**DEMOCRATS GRILL SANDERS – IS THE PRESIDENT ORDERING THE AG TO FIRE HIM?

**30 YEARS OF RUSH LIMBAUGH – A RADIO AND TV LEGEND

4:05 PM ET – Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and author of The Russian Hoax, The Illicit Scheme to Clear Hillary Clinton and Frame Donald Trump, is here to go over the details of the Manafort case and the direct statement from the President to Attorney General Sessions to end the Russia probe.

President Trump called Wednesday for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation “right now,” alleging bias on the investigative team and complaining about the trial of his former campaign chairman.

“This is a terrible situation and Attorney General Jeff Sessions should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now, before it continues to stain our country any further,” Trump tweeted. “Bob Mueller is totally conflicted, and his 17 Angry Democrats that are doing his dirty work are a disgrace to USA!”

4:30 PM ET – Jason Chaffetz, former Congressman and Fox News Contributor, and author of the upcoming book the Deep State out on September 18th, is all too familiar with the RINO party we have in place, that is doing everything it can to stonewall the President. Chaffetz has been one of the few voices leading the charge of information to get awareness on the issues surrounding the Russia probe, the security clearances of previous Obama intelligence officials and why Hillary is still not wearing an orange jump suit despite all that we know. Here is a piece from Chaffetz’s recent op-ed on the Deep State:

As Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Chaffetz was the tip of the spear challenging the Deep State and trying to hold them accountable. He and his colleagues took on the powerful forces at the IRS, the EPA, the DOJ, the Department of State, and more. The deeper he dove in, the more shocking he found the brazen approach by the power brokers. The balance of power has shifted. The Deep State has gotten used to operating anonymously and without consequence. This is a problem bigger than we can even imagine and getting worse. Unless we do something dramatic to wrest back control, we risk losing the ability to successfully challenge wrongdoing by the most powerful bureaucracy in the world.

5:05 PM ET – Sharyl Attkisson, is an Emmy Award-winning investigative journalist, author of the New York Times bestsellers “The Smear” and “Stonewalled,” and host of Sinclair’s Sunday TV program, “Full Measure.” Her latest opinion piece in The Hill is asking the tough questions; whatever happened to unmasking the unmaskers? With so many people unlawfully unmasked from Congress people like Harmon and Kucinich to having our computers tapped like Attkisson herself. What exactly is being done to find out who in our government is guilty of these abuses?

Last October, Amb. Power reportedly told congressional investigators that many of the hundreds of “unmasking” requests in her name in 2016 were not made by her. If true, it implies something equally problematic, or worse: Someone else in the government used her name to unmask Americans.

The good news would seem to be that there’s documentary evidence of all this … if anyone wants to discover it. There are names of who requested what and when, information as to where unmasked intel was sent, names of those who searched the NSA database and under what auspices. Unlike a lot of facets of the Trump-Russia-intel controversy, this trail should be easily traceable.

But we just might be too busy chasing the pretty colors flashing before us every day. They might be keeping us from taking a good hard look at a very serious matter.

Officials involved in unmaskings insist they did nothing improper, that their motivations were to protect the nation. They say they did not act for political reasons, or to spy.

If they did, people could go to prison. Theoretically.

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