Episode #125 of the Countdown podcast is up at iHeart Radio.
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- (1:30) SPECIAL COMMENT: Do fifteen words in The New York Times’s infamous Halloween clearing of Trump on Russia identify one of the anonymous governmental sources of the lie as the just-arrested ex-FBI agent Charles McGonigal? Does the timeline of what the FBI New York office did with the Anthony Weiner laptop also suggest that the man who helped force the Comey Letter is … Charles McGonigal? Did the DOJ just arrest someone on lesser charges in hopes of getting him to flip on Trump, or the FBI New York leakers, or others in the Trump-Russia Conspiracy? Someone named … Charles McGonigal? The analysis by author Greg Olean finds potential smoking guns everywhere. And did FBI interference on Trump’s behalf ever stop? A new Congressman presses the DOJ to investigate William Barr and John Durham, and — another election, another laptop — Hunter Biden goes on offense and demands the DOJ and the state of Delaware investigate Trumpland figures including Rudy Giuliani for stealing the contents of his laptop, and trafficking in them.
- (20:51) EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: Melody in Mulberry, AR, and Cuddly
- (22:15) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: Tom Brady retired. Again. SURRRRRE he did. The College Board caves to Ron DeSantis — time to put them out of business. And a nitwitted Freshman Congressman from Missouri named Eric Burlison not only compares DirecTV refusing to pay to carry Newsmax to the holocaust, but tries to ad lib Pastor Martin Niemoller’s “First, they came for the Socialists.” Too bad about DirecTV being “de-platformed” and Burlison now having absolutely no place left in Right Wing Media to go to whine about being silenced.
- (38:06) THINGS I PROMISED NOT TO TELL: Sure the FBI New York bureau may have fixed the 2016 election to Trump, but literally they’re not all bad. In fact, I’m a satisfied customer. They did a helluva job each time some guy mailed me what he claimed was Anthrax in 2006.
Well, that’s all the damage for now. Good morning, good afternoon, good night, and good luck.