On today’s show, Joe kicks off with the latest developments in AG Barr’s look into the 2016 Election/Russian Hoax with the the inquiry now a Criminal Investigation.. changes all the rules.. and people who previously felt above the law are now, understandably, very concerned.
Also Joe dives into the Impeachment Hoax and speculates on why Pelosi did a 180 and switched gears into Impeach Inquiry… still wont make the mistake of a House Vote… like the Constitution requires.. once again they make an attempt to distract the American people and accuse Trump and the Republicans of doing exactly what it is they are trying to get away with and hide from you.
Joe and Hunter Biden: A circle or corruption
Joe Biden and Hunter Biden come up later in the conversation after President Zelinsky brings up Rudy Giuliani, the President’s personal lawyer. Giuliani is a man who made his mark prosecuting mob figures in New York, including John Gotti, before serving as America’s Mayor during and after 9/11.
All of the research Giuliani has produced was discovered and analyzed prior to the close of the Mueller Weissman inquisition. The facts uncovered by him were relative to his defense of the President against unfounded accusations of collusion.
While the vast majority of lynching happened to Blacks, during the 1800s and early 20th century, Italian-Americans were the second-most common target of lynching’s. On March 14, 1891, 11 Italian-Americans were lynched in New Orleans after a jury found them not guilty in the case of the murder of a New Orleans police chief. David Hennessy.
Joe Biden said in 1988 the Clinton Impeachment was a Lynching.. why was that okay.. he took to twitter to slam Trump and apologize at the same time.. he said Trump chose his words deliberately stoke division in US.. when did Biden get the ability to know what is another persons mind?.. he projects the worst possible thing he can think of… does he mean that he doesn’t think before speaking?…. seems that way
Jerry Nadler and John Kerry also used the term Lynching.
In the second hour, Craig Stevens joined Joe to discuss the cost and consequences of protesters.
Joe and Craig talks about the balance of free speech and crossing the line with protests…
DAPL Attackers Face 110 Years- 2 Iowan women who admitted they tampered and tried to cause damage to the Dakota Access Pipeline are indicted by a federal grand jury and face up to 110 years in prison. The indictment says the anti-pipeline activists used gasoline-soaked rags, flaming tires and cutting torches to damage valve sites along the pipeline among other things. Their trial is December 2nd. Earlier this year, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem introduced legislation to recover the cost of policing and cleaning up protests similar to those staged against DAPL that halted construction for months and lead to 177+ arrests
Craig Stevens says these laws are intended to keep everyone safe; the pipeline crews, the residents and the protesters.
Joe also talks with Craig about New research shows that while many Americans fear the First Amendment is under threat, three quarters don’t even know how many amendments make up the Bill of Rights.
And of course Joe takes your calls and texts.