Tag Archives: October 22

Sidney Powell brief sealed redacted released soon aims for dismissal of General Flynn case or more Brady material, October 22, 2019, Hannity interview

Sidney Powell brief sealed redacted released soon aims for dismissal of General Flynn case or more Brady material, October 22, 2019, Hannity interview

The FBI clearly has records pertaining to Seth Rich, and it has withheld those
records in bad faith.”…Attorney Ty Clevenger October 11, 2019

“Given the material defense counsel has requested, which remains outstanding, Mr. Van Grack’s denial that further Brady material exists is patently absurd. It demonstrates arrogance and utter contempt for the letter and the spirit of this Court’s explicit order, the rule of Brady v. Maryland, and the protections guaranteed to defendants by the U.S. Constitution.”…US v. Flynn motion to compel production of Brady Material 

“McCabe had a role in crafting the “insurance policy” in the event Mr. Trump was elected.  Expect to find Comey a part of that also.”…Attorney Sydney Powell

 

Sean Hannity interviewed General Michael Flynn attorney Sidney Powell on his October 22, 2019 show.

During the interview Powell stated:

“We have filed a brief just as of noon today that is quite revealing. It’s very powerful and I think it’s going to make a huge difference. Judge Sullivan can see exactly what’s been going on from this. I think he’ll have every grounds he needs to either go ahead and dismiss the case for egregious government misconduct right now or at the very least give us a significant amount of Brady information that the government has long been hiding. There’s even a valid basis to hold the prosecutors in contempt of court for ignoring his very clear Brady order. We’ve caught them in some significant outrageous violations. Right now the brief is under seal. We’ve forwarded it to the government for their agreement to redact certain things that are still subject to a protective order but we’re hoping to resolve that before the end of the day today because it is quite stunning.”

 

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Obama Romney third debate, October 22, 2012, Lynn University, CBS News Bob Schieffer moderator, Foreign policy, Obama Benghazi Damage control

Obama Romney third debate, October 22, 2012, Lynn University, CBS News Bob Schieffer moderator, Foreign policy, Obama Benghazi Damage control

“It — it — it — he did in fact, sir. … He did call it an act of terror.”…Candy Crowley

“But Crowley and Obama had it wrong. the Post’s Glenn Kessler explained:

What did Obama say in the Rose Garden a day after the attack in Libya? ”No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this nation,” he said.
But he did not say “terrorism”—and it took the administration days to concede that that it an “act of terrorism” that appears unrelated to initial reports of anger at a video that defamed the prophet Muhammad.”…Washington Post Oct. 17, 2012

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it”…Joseph Goebbels

The third presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will be held Monday, October 22, 2012, at Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL. The moderator is Bob Schieffer of CBS News.

Obama was caught in a lie about his response to the Benghazi Embassy attack during the second debate.

What kind of damage control will Obama use?

Will Bob Schieffer be fair?

From the Commission on Presidential Debates.

“Moderator Announces Topics for the Third Presidential Debate

Oct 12, 2012

TOPICS FOR THIRD PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE ANNOUNCED BY MODERATOR
Bob Schieffer, moderator of the third 2012 presidential debate, has selected the topics for that debate, which is on foreign policy.  Mr. Schieffer stated:
Subject to possible changes because of news developments, here are the topics for the October 22 debate, not necessarily to be brought up in this order:
  • America’s role in the world
  • Our longest war – Afghanistan and Pakistan
  • Red Lines – Israel and Iran
  • The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism – I
  • The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism – II
  • The Rise of China and Tomorrow’s World
The debate will be held on Monday, October 22 at Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL.  The format calls for six 15-minute time segments, each of which will focus on one of the topics listed above.  The moderator will open each segment with a question.  Each candidate will have two minutes to respond.  Following the candidates’ responses, the moderator will use the balance of the 15-minute segment to facilitate a discussion on the topic.  All debates start at 9:00 p.m. ET and run for 90 minutes.”

http://www.debates.org/index.php?mact=News,cntnt01,detail,0&cntnt01articleid=45&cntnt01origid=27&cntnt01detailtemplate=newspage&cntnt01returnid=80

From the Seattle Times October 21, 2012.

“Obama, Romney allies square off on foreign policy”

“On the eve of their final presidential debate, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama – through their allies – squared off Sunday over which candidate would best protect the nation’s interests and security abroad with just two weeks left in a race that polls show is increasingly tight.

Both candidates stayed largely out of view, preparing vigorously for their Monday face-off focused on foreign policy.

Republicans accused Obama of leaking word of possible negotiations with Iran in pursuit of political gain. Democrats shot back, arguing that Romney and his party are the ones playing politics with national security.

The haggling played out on Sunday news shows at a critical time for Romney and Obama, whose marathon race has become exceedingly close as it lurches toward its November conclusion. Early and absentee voting are already under way in many of the most competitive states, upping the pressure on both candidates to lock in supporters.

Two weeks out, the race appears to be tied, with both candidates taking 47 percent among likely voters in a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Sunday that reflected a boost of support for Romney following his lauded performance in the first debate in early October.

Romney’s top supporters launched sweeping condemnations of Obama’s handling of foreign policy, assailing him over a deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and arguing that under the president’s negligent watch, Iran has crept closer to obtaining a nuclear weapon.

Republican Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, who played Obama in Romney’s debate preparations, said a new report claiming the U.S. and Iran had agreed to direct negotiations seemed like “another example of a national security leak from the White House.”

“They’ve done a lot of that,” Portman said, alluding to accusations over the summer that Obama’s administration was leaking information to bolster his political prospects ahead of the election. He was echoed by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who called the timing of the report “pretty obvious.”

The White House said Saturday that while it is prepared for direct talks with Iran, there’s no current agreement to meet. On Sunday, Obama’s backers credited him for isolating Iran within the global community and adopting effective sanctions that have crippled the Persian Gulf nation.

“For two years, the president traveled the world putting together a withering international coalition. And now the sanctions that they agreed on are bringing the Iranian economy to its knees,” said David Axelrod, a senior Obama adviser. “They’re feeling the heat. And that’s what the sanctions were meant to do.”

Romney, taking a break from debate prep Sunday in Delray Beach, Fla., declined to answer a reporter’s question about whether he would be open to one-on-one talks with Iran.

Still, Obama’s allies were wedged into a defensive posture as Republicans undertook an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach to deflating Obama’s foreign policy record. Graham said the Libya attack reflected “one of the most major breakdowns of national security in a very long time.” Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., in a clear nod to Cuban-American voters in his battleground state, even suggested Obama’s loosening of travel restrictions to Cuba had provided a source of cash for the Castro regime and undermined political freedoms.

Democrats were ready with indictments of their own. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the House GOP’s release Friday of 166 pages of Libya-related documents had put lives in danger.

“People around the world will now know that you’re at risk if you cooperate with the United States,” said Emanuel, Obama’s former chief of staff.

Romney’s supporters waxed optimistic that the race is trending in the Republican’s direction, even in crucial states like Ohio that Obama won four years ago and where unemployment is on the decline. Portman said he’s traversed his home state over the past two weeks on behalf of Romney and likes what he’s seeing on the ground.

“The enthusiasm energy is on our side this year. I mean, it’s not like 2008 at all,” he said.

Both candidates dedicated their weekend to intensive study for the debate; Obama huddled with advisers in Maryland and Romney with his team in Florida.

On the agenda were Iran-Israel tensions, China, terrorism and the war in Afghanistan – all subjects expected to come up Monday in the 90-minute encounter moderated by CBS News’ Bob Schieffer. Although polls show the economy is of top concern to most voters, global affairs have cropped up as a key issue in the final weeks due to unrest in Libya, Syria and elsewhere.

Romney paused his preparations to attend church with his wife Sunday morning and to watch his traveling press corps play touch football against his senior staff. The former Massachusetts governor presided over a coin toss on the beach, then gathered his aides to cheer them on.

“That’s right, don’t worry about injuries guys, this counts. Win,” he joked.

Romney didn’t talk politics, refusing to answer a question about whether, if elected, he would be open to direct talks with Iran. Questions from reporters about the new poll and Monday’s debate likewise went unanswered.

Obama arrived Friday at Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland’s Catoctin Mountains, where he’s been holding 12-hour practice sessions, starting with policy discussions at 10 a.m. Obama and his team hold mock debates in the evening in a set designed to look like the one in Boca Raton, Fla., where the two White House hopefuls will square off for the last time. Ron Klain, a former White House aide brought back for debate prep, is playing the role of Schieffer.

Axelrod and Portman spoke on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” while Emanuel appeared on ABC’s “This Week.” Graham spoke on “Fox News Sunday” and Rubio on CBS’ “Face the Nation.””

http://seattletimes.com/html/politics/2019488674_apuspresidentialcampaign.html

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Will this Affect Obama’s performance in the debate?

“I’ll be making a major announcement on President Obama next week–stay tuned!”

From Donald Trump on Twitter.

http://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump

 

FEC update, October 22, 2010, Disclosure of independent expenditures, Searchable database, Federal Election Commission

FEC update, October 22, 2010, Disclosure of independent expenditures, Searchable database, Federal Election Commission

From the FEC,  Federal Election Commission October 22, 2010.

“FEC Offers Real-Time, Searchable Information on Independent Expenditures”

“WASHINGTON – The Federal Election Commission this week introduced a new, searchable feature on its website allowing real-time, comprehensive disclosure of independent expenditures in the 2010 federal campaign. This new feature is part of a far-reaching effort by the agency to expand the use of searchable, sortable and downloadable data technologies to provide timely information to the public.”

“This file contains “24-hour” and “48-hour” notices of independent expenditures filed in 2009 and 2010. The file contains detailed information about independent expenditures, including who was paid, the purpose of the disbursement, date and amount of the expenditure and the candidate for or against whom the expenditure was made.

Independent expenditures represent spending by individual people, groups, political committees, corporations or unions expressly advocating the election or defeat of clearly identified federal candidates. These expenditures may not be made in concert or cooperation with or at the request or suggestion of a candidate, the candidates campaign or a political party.

Any time up to 20 days before an election, if these independent expenditures by a person or organization aggregate more than $10,000 in a race they must be reported to the Commission before the end of the second day after the communication is publicly distributed. If the communications are distributed within the last 19 days before the election, the expenditure must be reported within one day if they aggregate more than $1,000 in any race.”

SpenderName Candidate Name Support/ Oppose State Dist Office Party Filing Date Expend Date Expend Amount Purpose
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Hall, John Support NY 19 House   10/15/2010 10/14/2010 $150,000.00 Television Ads
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Hall, John Support NY 19 House   10/15/2010 10/14/2010 $98,844.72 Mailers
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Bishop, Tim Support NY 01 House   10/15/2010 10/14/2010 $98,844.72 Mailers
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund D’Alessandro, Mac Support MA 09 House   09/13/2010 09/13/2010 $10,000.00 Live Phone Calls
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund D’Alessandro, Mac Support MA 09 House   09/08/2010 09/08/2010 $7,898.40 Live Phone Bank Calls
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund D’Alessandro, Mac Support MA 09 House   09/08/2010 09/08/2010 $32,000.00 Live Phone Bank Calls
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund D’Alessandro, Mac Support MA 09 House   09/08/2010 09/08/2010 $150,000.00 Radio Ads
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund D’Alessandro, Mac Support MA 09 House   09/03/2010 09/03/2010 $25,000.00 Mailings
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund D’Alessandro, Mac Support MA 09 House   09/03/2010 09/03/2010 $25,000.00 Mailings
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Coakley, Martha Support MA   Senate   01/13/2010 01/12/2010 $74,250.00 Robo Calls
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Owens, Bill Support NY 23 House   11/02/2009 11/02/2009 $25,350.00 Radio Buy & Production
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Owens, Bill Support NY 23 House   11/02/2009 11/02/2009 $8,000.00 Ie Tv Buy
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Owens, Bill Support NY 23 House   11/02/2009 11/02/2009 $7,054.74 Robo Calls
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Owens, Bill Support NY 23 House   10/23/2009 10/23/2009 $152,530.00 Media Advertising Time Buy Order-Tv Spot ‘Tough Times’
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Owens, Bill Support NY 23 House   10/20/2009 10/19/2009 $41,089.52 Postcard Mailers-Production & Estimated Postage & Shipping
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Owens, Bill Support NY 23 House   10/20/2009 10/19/2009 $40,692.31 Postcard Mailers, Production & Estimated Postage & Shipping
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Owens, Bill Support NY 23 House   10/16/2009 10/16/2009 $100,000.00 Radio Buy, Production Of Two Ads & Reserve For Shipping
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Murphy, Scott Support NY 20 House   07/31/2009 03/31/2009 $4,861.70 Printing Mailers
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Murphy, Scott Support NY 20 House   07/31/2009 03/31/2009 $3,300.00 Card Design
1199 Service Employees Int’L Union Federal Political Action Fund Murphy, Scott Support NY 20 House   03/31/2009 03/31/2009 $1,892.88 Phone Banking

 

http://www.fec.gov/data/IndependentExpenditure.action?format=html

Blagojevich trial, Retrial hearing, Citizen Wells open thread, October 22, 2010

Blagojevich trial, Retrial hearing, October 22, 2010

The Chicago Tribune reports.

“Prosecutors and defense attorneys are scheduled to appear in federal court as the sides prepare for retrial in the corruption case against ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.

Friday’s status hearing comes a week after prosecutors filed a response to defense claims that multiple legal errors led to Blagojevich’s conviction for lying to the FBI.

The government countered that it was overwhelming evidence that led to the conviction in the first trial and that allegations of prosecutorial misconduct are baseless.”

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/sns-ap-il–blagojevichtrial,0,891472.story

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Blagojevich wiretap November 7, 2008, Blagojevich trial evidence

Philip J Berg, Update, October 22, 2008, Motion for Summary Judgement, API, African Press International, Michelle Obama tape update

Jeff Schreiber, Law student, legal writer and blog owner, has provided an update regarding Philip J Berg, the Berg lawsuit and the API, Africa Press International, Michelle Obama tape. Here are some exerpts:

“Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Motion for Summary Judgment, API Just Won’t Go Away, and Rumblings from the Court
 
As of 11:00 this morning, Philip Berg had done three radio interviews, the last of which was a half-hour spot on G. Gordon Liddy’s popular program. Later today, he will be the subject of a piece by a CBS affiliate in Anchorage, AK.

I spoke with Berg immediately after his Liddy spot, and he mentioned two things of note. First, he plans to file a motion for summary judgment with the court today. Second, he has been in contact with African Press International and, as we spoke, his staff was working with the API staff on the electronic transfer of the alleged Michelle Obama tape.

On the motion for summary judgment, I will bring details here as soon as I know anything further. Berg had hoped to file early this morning, as he did for yesterday’s motions, but certain circumstances prevented it.”

“”We are working with computer people and Chief Editor Korir over at African Press International as we speak so the audio file can be transfered over to us for distribution,” Berg said. “They say the information on there is far more extensive than just the things they reported, but before I do anything with it I want to review it in full.””

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