Stormy Daniels Just Got Rude Awakening From The FBI! OUCH!

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Stormy Daniels is once again in the news, but this time it’s because her manager, Gina Rodriguez has been subpoenaed by the FBI since reports are now confirming that Rodriguez has disclosed information to the FBI about Daniels attempt to sell the story of the alleged affair with Donald Trump for $200k in the months leading up to the 2016 Presidential election.

To make matters worse for  Stormy, the FBI also required Rodriguez to submit any communications between herself and the president’s personal attorney Michael Cohen, Stormy’s attorney, and any communications between Rodriguez and Stormy herself. This move was brought on after the FBI learned that Rodriguez spoke with multiple celeb gossip magazines, TV shows, and even websites in hopes of finding a buyer for Stormy’s alleged affair story.

Rodriguez’s scheme fell apart though when Stormy took the $130k from Trump’s attorney instead of the $200k they had planned to sell the story for. If this is proven true, then it once again proves Stormy Daniels is likely a liar after she has said on multiple occasions that the President’s lawyer reached out to her out of the blue and she was never trying to profit from the alleged affair.

Rodriguez is a former adult star who quit the business back in 2008. She has represented others in the industry as well as Stormy, Some of these have been Octomom and Sydney Leathers who is the famed texting partner of Anthony “Carlos Danger” Weiner.

CNN also covered Rodriguez and her issues with the FBI: “Stormy Daniels’ former manager, who helped broker her confidentiality agreement, is cooperating with the FBI as part of its probe of an arrangement she struck with Donald Trump’s lawyer, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation.

Gina Rodriguez responded to a subpoena by handing over records to the FBI. Some of those documents pertain to the 2016 hush money agreement signed by Daniels and Michael Cohen, President Trump’s personal attorney. Cohen signed the agreement on behalf of a shell company he owned known as Essential Consultants LLC, according to the source.

Rodriguez has signed a confidentiality agreement that keeps her from talking about the Daniels deal with Cohen, the source said.
In the documents Rodriguez handed over to the FBI, there is evidence that Daniels — an adult film star whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford — was working an initial deal with Cohen on October 10, 2016. Daniels was being represented in that deal by Rodriguez and Daniels’ then-attorney Keith Davidson, according to the same source.

As CNN previously reported, that deal fell through when Cohen failed to pay the money. Eighteen days later, the second deal was finalized by Daniels and Cohen.

Around the same time negotiations with Cohen were going on behind the scenes, Daniels and her manager were shopping a story to several media organizations about Daniels’ alleged affair with Trump a decade ago.

Cohen has said that the President did not have a sexual relationship with Daniels. Trump has said he knew nothing of the financial arrangement between his lawyer and Daniels.

But during a recent phone interview with Fox News, Trump said Cohen “represents me like with this crazy Stormy Daniels deal, he represented me.”

Daniels is suing Cohen and Trump, and Essential Consultants LLC, in federal court in California over the legality of the 2016 hush agreement in which she was paid $130,000 to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Trump.”

Stormy Daniels 15 minutes of fame might be up. Critics believe she used the story about the affair as a way to spark her dancing and/or adult career. Daniels was basically an unknown in the adult world before the incident of the alleged affair with Donald Trump. Now she appears to be a household name, however, it’s probably not the way someone wants to be popular.

Do you think Stormy did all of this on purpose? Do you think anyone really cares what she has to say? Do you think Stormy is in trouble with the FBI? What about her lawyer and former manager?

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By now I’m sure you know that the Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe was forced to resign. As soon as the news broke the press quickly tried to find out if the President was involved. During the afternoon press conference, Sarah Huckabee Sanders firmly stated that the White House had no involvement.

Once the smoke cleared it was reported by the New York Times that Wray’s big reason forforcing McCabe to leave the FBI early (he was eligible to leave in March) was due to an Inspector General report that is going to be released soon; this is a report no one is talking about.

The origin for the Inspector General is not from Republicans, President Trump, Nunes, or any Congressional Committee; it originated from the last days of the Obama administration; at the request of several bipartisan lawmakers.

On January 12, 2017, Michael Horowitz (Obama and Bush appointee) announced that he would conduct a review after requests from Congressional leaders over the actions of the former FBI James Comey going public about the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Remember, at the time the investigation was announced James Comey was be accused by many Democrats that he was to blame for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 loss. Many believe Comey’s October announcement sunk Hillary’s chances to win the presidency.

Michael Horowitz has conducted his review mainly under the radar, but his final report to be released this spring is going to blow the doors off Washington and shed light into some dark places.

According to the DOJ, the report from Michael Horowitz should be available and released in the month of May.

Horowitz has been known as a “straight shooter” and has a storied career of taking down corrupt police officers and eliminating government fraud. He is most known for rebuking the ATF’s “Fast and Furious” operation.

When the announcement was made that an inquiry into the FBI would begin Democrats praised the decision.

Brian Fallon, a former Clinton campaign spokesman, praised the investigation Thursday.
“This is highly encouraging and to be expected given Director Comey’s drastic deviation from Justice Department protocol,” Fallon said. “A probe of this sort, however long it takes to conduct, is utterly necessary in order to take the first step to restore the FBI’s reputation as a non-partisan institution.”

“The review will not substitute the OIG’s judgment for the judgments made by the FBI or the Department regarding the substantive merits of investigative or prosecutive decisions,” Horowitz said in his statement, using an abbreviation for the Office of the Inspector General.

At some point during this inquiry the IG’s office fell upon Agent PeterStrzok, when, and how, who knows, we won’t find out until March or April when the report is released. But, the Washinton Post clearly reports on December 2, 2017:

The inspector general’s office at the Justice Department said that as part of a larger inquiry it was conducting into how the F.B.I. had handled investigations related to the 2016 election, the office was “reviewing allegations involving communications between certain individuals, and will report its findings regarding those allegations promptly upon completion of the review of them.”
The Justice Department’s inspector general is conducting the inquiry into Mr. Strzok, Michael E. Horowitz, who is leading a broad examination of how the F.B.I. handled the Clinton email investigation. It is not clear whether Mr. Horowitz will make the text messages public as part of his report in the inquiry. Mr. Horowitz, who announced the beginning of his investigation in January, declined to characterize his findings but said that he hoped to have a copy of his report released by March or April.

So basically Strzok’s text messages were uncovered by an Obama appointee out of concern that James Comey may have screwed Hillary Clinton.

Now insert Mr. McCabe who was clearly mentioned in some of the text messages between Ms. Page and Mr. Storzck. No information detailing what McCabe has been involved in has been released to the public or Congress. However, FBI Director Wray one week after defending McCabe saying he will walk with McCabe if he is fired tells the man to take a hike. Again, the New York Times reports on January 29, 2018:

Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director raised concerns about a forthcoming inspector general report. In that discussion, according to one former law enforcement official close to Mr. McCabe, Mr. Wray suggested moving Mr. McCabe into another job, which would have been a demotion.
Instead, the former official said, Mr. McCabe chose to leave. In an email to F.B.I. employees, he said he was leaving with “sadness.” He praised his colleagues as “the greatest work force on earth because you speak up, you tell the truth and you do the right thing.”
Agents and lawyers expect the report by the Justice Department’s inspector general, Michael E. Horowitz, to be highly critical of some F.B.I. actions in 2016, when the bureau was investigating both Hillary Clinton’s email use and the Trump campaign’s connections to Russia. The report is expected to address whether Mr. McCabe should have recused himself from the Clinton investigation because of his wife’s failed State Senate campaign, in which she accepted nearly a half-million dollars in contributions from the political organization of Terry McAuliffe, then the governor of Virginia, who is a longtime friend of Mrs. Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

There has also been a report from CNN that McCabe may have known about the classified emails on Anothy Weiner’s laptop in August or September 2016 but did not act them. When the emails were “discovered” in October, the FBI Director James Comey felt he needed to go public.

To recap, an Obama appointee in the last days of the Obama administration initiates an investigation looking into the FBI’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation (and investigation praised by the Clinton camp). That investigation has uncovered Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, and as it looks like Andrew McCabe.

Hopefully, the IG’s report will clear up the role and communication of Lisa Page and Peter Strzok. Horowitz is the only one that interviewed them and their team, so he has the complete picture.

The IG’s investigation has been ongoing for a year and is one step ahead of the partisan craziness on The Hill; not even Nunes knows what’s going on. Some proof to that is the latest round of text messages. Republican Congressman and the President were screaming at the top of their lungs for the “missing” text message that supposedly was destroyed. It turns out the IG’s office had them, and they were never missing. The IG’s office is not full of partisan political nonsense and when they went looking for the text messages weeks ago they found them using forensic tools to recover them.

Matter of fact the Inspector Generals office canceled a meeting with Republican lawmakers one day after FISA Memo was released.

The FBI maybe ok with fighting Nunes and the House Intelligence Committee over a memo. But, after seeing how Wray responded to McCabe, it appears the FBI is really concerned about the IG’s report. Don’t believe me? McCabe was forced out, Strzok was put in HR, Ohr has been moved, and Ms. Page moved to a different position; all during the IG’s investigation.

Who will this help politically? Who knows, but at the very least, hopefully, it will bring some nonpartisan clarity.

BREAKING: New Texts Reveal Obama Admin Is Probably In Massive Legal Trouble

We all know that the Obama administration was — most of the time — up to no good and probably committing shady deals and colluded with Lord knows who. But what we’re just finding out two years after he held the Oval Office, is enough to thrust his administration back into the limelight.

What they could have been involved with right before Trump was elected is absolutely disgusting.

DailyWire reports:

GOP congressional investigators are examining newly-released texts between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that may indicate there was coordination between high-ranking officials at the Obama White House, CIA, FBI, Justice Department and former Senate Democratic leadership near the beginning of the Trump/Russia investigation.

The investigators gleaned their information from Fox News and assert that it “strongly” suggests coordination between former President Barack Obama’s Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, then-Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, and CIA Director John Brennan.

The chronology of events looks like this:

August 2, 2016: Page texts Strzok “Make sure you can lawfully protect what you sign. Just thinking about congress, foia, etc. You probably know better than me.”

August 3, 2016: Strzok texts Page and paints former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe as worried about “information control” regarding the initial investigation into the Trump campaign. On Wednesday, Fox News reported, “According to a report from the New York Times, Brennan was sent to Capitol Hill around the same time to brief members of Congress on the possibility of election interference.”

August 8, 2016: Strzok texts Page: “Internal joint cyber cd intel piece for D, scenesetter for McDonough brief, Trainor [head of FBI cyber division] directed all cyber info be pulled. I’d let Bill and Jim hammer it out first, though it would be best for D to have it before the Wed WH session.” “D” was reportedly FBI Director James Comey; “McDonough” referred to Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, according to GOP investigators.

August 25, 2016: Brennan briefs Harry Reid. A congressional source told Fox News that it is unknown whether a representative from the FBI was present.

August 27, 2016: Reid writes Comey asking him to investigate possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. He states:

The evidence of a direct connection between the Russian government and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign continues to mount and has led Michael Morrell, the former Acting Central Intelligence Director, to call Trump an “unwitting agent” of Russia and the Kremlin. The prospect of a hostile government actively seeking to undermine our free and fair elections represents one of the gravest threats to our democracy since the Cold War and it is critical for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to use every resource available to investigate this matter thoroughly and in a timely fashion.

Reid also stated, “Recent staff changes within the Trump campaign have made clear that the Trump campaign has employed a number of individuals with significant and disturbing ties to Russia and the Kremlin,” adding that he wanted Comey to make the investigation “public.”

Aug. 30, 2016, Strzok texted Page: “Here we go,” and included a link to a New York Times report titled, “Harry Reid Cites Evidence of Russian Tampering in U.S. Vote and seeks FBI inquiry.” Strzok answered, “D [Comey] said at am brief that Reid called him and told him he would be sending a letter.”

Fox News writes, “Congressional investigators suggested that the Reid letter possibly provided ‘cover’ for the fact that the FBI and Justice Department had already begun investigating the Trump campaign in mid-July on what they called “questionable ethical and legal grounds.”

One congressional source told Fox News, “The ‘here we go’ text between Strzok and Page indicates the FBI/ DOJ knew the letter from Reid was coming. This created the inference they knew it would create public calls for an investigation into Russian interference — covering them.”


Trump Announces Plan to Legally ‘Seize’ Servers Of DNC, DWS & Hillary’s Emails That She Refused to Surrender to FBI

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Just when the left was hopeful that the whole Clinton server investigation was in the past, news has broken that President Trump may have a few tricks up his sleeve. Breitbart News reported that after President Trump heard the news that the Democratic Party was suing his campaign for “Russian collusion” in the 2016 presidential election, he felt it was time to pull out the big guns when it comes to DNC’s email server.

It was reported by CNBC that the ridiculous lawsuit that the Democrats have concocted claims that President Trump’s campaign worked with Russia and WikiLeaks in order to discredit his opponent, Hillary Clinton, by releasing her emails… It sounds too ridiculous to even be true, but that’s the Democratic Party for you.

President Trump had the perfect response to the suit… He has reportedly threatened to bring Hillary Clinton’s infamous email server back into the game.

Criminal Referral for McCabe Signals Takedown of Entire Obama DOJ & FBI Coming Next

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Last month former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was the subject of the Office of Inspector General’s initial 39-page report.  As a result, he was fired following the recommendation of the Office of Professional Responsibility.

That report, compiled by Obama appointee Michael Horowitz, was released last week.  Today, the Department of Justice’s internal watchdog sent a criminal referral to the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington citing McCabe’s wrongdoing.

Anyone who thinks, or hopes, this is the end of any future criminal referrals of high-level Obama appointees running the DOJ or FBI is whistling past the graveyard.

It’s a virtual certainty that the illegalities outlined in the initial report were only a hint of the criminal appropriation of the investigative powers of the two powerful agencies under the leadership of Obama’s minions.

There’s a reason that IG Horowitz has had nearly 500 investigators unraveling the extent of the Obama era corruption of the Justice Department for the past year and it wasn’t to compile a simple report with a single target.

There’s also a reason that President Trump announced the addition of former federal prosecutor and NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani to his legal team earlier today.  Thirty-five years ago, as U.S.  Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Giuliani spearheaded the fight against organized crime and broke the web of corruption in government.  His prosecution of white-collar criminals also made him a legend that few US Attorneys in history can match.

Remember, Guiliani’s relationship with the New York office of the FBI as well as with the NYPD was forged under extreme circumstances when he was the mayor following 9/11.  Relationships that strong have provided him with access to the evidence on Anthony Weiner’s laptop.  That includes 650,000 of Hillary Clinton’s emails, most likely including those that she erased.  It is likely Rudy has already completed an extensive mapping of the Obama-Clinton crime family and is coming in prepared to hit the ground running.

Giuliani’s record and experience probably makes him the most qualified candidate to direct John Huber’s efforts in prosecuting the case against not just the DOJ and the FBI but also the corporate executives, government employees in other agencies, and those leaders in foreign governments that had colluded to defraud American workers and taxpayers under Obama’s reign. 

John Huber is the Utah-based prosecutor that Jeff Sessions appointed to prosecute the OIG’s findings.  Huber’s appointment adds teeth to the Inspector General’s effort because he can convene grand juries, subpoena people not, or no longer working for the DOJ or the FBI which the IG isn’t empowered to do.

We’ve been speculating about when Rudy Giuliani, a close friend and confidant of President Trump’s, would surface.  His expertise in prosecuting this massive case, coupled with his absence for public life had us sure he was doing his legwork in anonymity. 

After we read the initial OIG report we wrote that we were on the verge of a huge political explosion.  Following the initial report it became obvious that the full OIG report would be damning.  The addition of a resurfaced Rudy Giuliani only adds to the certainty that the Obama-Clinton crime family is about to prosecuted.

Oh yeah, do you remember when all of this was fake news back when we started reporting it?



Inspector General

The DOJ inspector general, Michael Horowitz, will release the long-awaited report on the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email investigation in May, according to Catherine Herridge of Fox News. 

Horowitz wrote about the release in a letter to Senator Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa. He said that the report, which began in January of 2017, has been extended because of “potentially important additional information and documents that recently came to our attention, and the interviews they have required us to conduct.”

Horowitz continued, “my expectation is that we will issue our report in May, absent any new developments.”…

The inspector general has apparently focused on political bias and how evidence was handled in the Clinton email case. According to the Washington Post, the report will also look into McCabe’s possible failure to pursue a probe into the Clinton case. 

The IG has looked at why Andrew McCabe, the #2 official at the FBI, did not act on a request to examine a load of Clinton related emails for three weeks while in the latter stages of the 2016 presidential campaign. 

Horowitz has been asking witnesses why FBI leadership seemed unwilling to move forward on the emails found on the laptop of former congressman Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) until late October, three weeks after they were first alerted to them.

A prominent question is whether McCabe or anyone else in the FBI wanted to avoid action until after the November 8th election. The investigation seemed to stall right at McCabe’s desk. Some within the FBI felt McCabe had repeatedly moved to hinder that probe and were suspicious of his motives for doing so, according to people familiar with the case.

Horowitz released a report last week which revealed that McCabe lied under oath to FBI investigators about approving the leaks to the Wall Street Journal. And according to that report, a WSJ reporter had information claiming McCabe had issued a stand-down order related to the Clinton Foundation probe. 

Will even more heads roll at the FBI when this report is released? What do you think Clinton’s response is going to be?

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FBI’s Unethical Raid of Trump Lawyer’s Office Has Already BACKFIRED on Mueller In a Huge Way

Following Monday’s FBI raid on the home and office of President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, a poll was released by Rasmussen. This particular poll found that American voters are becoming more and more suspicious of the “Trump/Russia collusion” investigation, and are starting to think that there was more to the motivations behind it’s inception.

President Trump’s insistence that the entire thing was a “witch hunt” may be proving to be true after all, and things aren’t looking so good for special counsel Robert Mueller and his investigation. Out of 1,000 likely voters who were polled, less than half of them believed that Robert Mueller’s investigation is characterized as an “honest attempt to determine wrongdoing,” Rasmussen found.

In the meantime, a much higher number of people polled feel that it is a “partisan witch hunt,” vs the amount of people who felt this way back in October when a similar survey was conducted.

Neither one of the polls makes the Democrats look good, and it’s definitely not doing any favors for the mainstream media’s attempts to try and impeach President Trump.

Rasmussen reported“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 46% of Likely U.S. Voters still believe Mueller’s investigation is an honest attempt to determine criminal wrongdoing, but that’s down from 52% last October. Forty percent (40%) now consider Mueller’s probe a partisan witch hunt, an eight-point increase from 32% in the earlier survey. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided.”

It’s beginning to look like the FBI raid on Cohen’s office is going to backfire on Mueller in a big way, but only time will tell just how big.


Judge Who Refused Trump’s Request For a Review of Legally Protected Materials Seized in FBI Raid of His Lawyer Officiated George Soros’ Wedding

The ‘New World Order’, and it’s face, George Soros, have decided to completely uncloak and stop even pretending to abide by the law.  What happened today will echo in history …

The Gateway Pundit Reports: Kimba Wood, the federal judge overseeing the Cohen-Trump case rejected Trump’s request for a temporary restraining order on materials seized after KGB FBI agents raided Cohen’s properties. 

FBI agents raided Cohen’s home and office looking for dirt on Stormy Daniels and seized attorney-client privileged communications between Trump and Cohen.

On Friday, President Trump was officially granted intervention in the Cohen case.

Late Sunday night, President Trump opposed allowing the government to review materials seized by FBI KBG agents in their raid of Michael Cohen’s properties in a court filing.

Federal Judge Kimba Wood made her decision on Monday.

She rejected Trump’s request for a temporary restraining order.

ABC reported:

A federal judge rejected a request from President Donald Trump and his personal lawyer Michael Cohen for a temporary restraining order that would have kept federal prosecutors from reading files seized in raids last week.

Judge Kimba Wood said a government taint team can weed out privileged documents, but she left open the possibility an independent third party could play a role at a later time, in the interest of “the perception of fairness.”

“I have faith in the Southern District prosecutors, that their integrity is unimpeachable,” Wood said.

Her ruling came at the end of a hearing attended by Cohen and Stormy Daniels, who sat feet apart but did not appear to interact.

How’s this for a fun fact? The same federal judge who just rejected Trump’s request for a temporary restraining order, officiated George Soros’ wedding in 2013. Read More @ Gateway Pundit


Hannity’s ethics under fire

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Fox News host’s failure to disclose his relationship with Trump attorney Michael Cohen puts his credibility on the line.

Sean Hannity has wavered over the years on whether he is a journalist or conservative activist, but ethics specialists say that whichever hat the Fox News host was wearing last week when he condemned the FBI raid on attorney Michael Cohen’s office, he should have disclosed that he’s a client of Cohen’s.

“It doesn’t matter if you’re a newspaper reporter or an opinion journalist,” said Indira Lakshmanan, the journalism ethics chair at the Poynter Institute. “If you want to maintain credibility with an audience, and be honest with them, you have to disclose all facts.”

Just hours after the raid on the office of Cohen, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Hannity inveighed that special counsel Robert Mueller had “declared war against the president of the United States.” But Hannity didn’t disclose that he, too, had received legal advice from Cohen. Hannity’s relationship with the embattled attorney was revealed during Monday’s hearing over materials gathered during the raid — and only after a judge pressed Cohen’s attorney on the identity of a previously unnamed third client.

The omission raised questions about whether Hannity had violated journalistic ethics — or whether he was a journalist at all.

Hannity has shifted in recent years on that point. “I never claimed to be a journalist,” Hannity told The New York Times in 2016 when asked about his informal advising of then-candidate Trump. The next year, Hannity referred to himself in a Times magazine profile as an “opinion journalist” or “advocacy journalist.” He said last month that his show “breaks news daily” in response to colleague Shep Smith characterizing Fox News’ prime-time lineup as entertainment.

Kathleen Bartzen Culver, director of the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin, said you don’t “move out of the realm of ethics when we move into the realm of opinion.” She said commentators should still be expected to maintain independence from subjects they are covering and disclose relevant ties.

“This is not a small matter,” she said. “We’re talking about one of the most important new stories of this time and he did not disclose his connection to it while commenting on it. His audience deserves to know when he has connections that may be affecting that commentary.”

Bartzen Culver added: “An organization needs to have standards for the people who do its reporting or commenting.”

Hannity, the top-rated Fox News host and an especially influential voice in the Trump era, appears to have few constraints at the network. He immediately began discussing the Cohen situation on his afternoon radio show and tweeted responses to the controversy.

A Fox News spokesperson did not directly respond to a question about Hannity not disclosing his relationship to Cohen, but provided a statement from the host.

“Michael Cohen has never represented me in any matter. I never retained him, received an invoice, or paid legal fees,” Hannity said. “I have occasionally had brief discussions with him about legal questions about which I wanted his input and perspective. I assumed those conversations were confidential, but to be absolutely clear they never involved any matter between me and a third party.”

On Twitter, Hannity disputed reporting by Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman that he brought in Cohen last year when facing an advertiser boycott spurred by progressive groups over his fueling of the Seth Rich conspiracy theory. “What part of Michael and I never discussed anything that involved any third party is so hard to understand?” Hannity tweeted.

On Fox News’ “The Five,” Juan Williams said there was no evidence Cohen was involved in any third-party disputes on Hannity’s behalf, as was the case with Trump and Republican National Committee Deputy Finance Chair Elliott Broidy. Cohen arranged to pay $130,000 to adult film star Stormy Daniels for her silence over an alleged affair with Trump and reportedly negotiated a $1.6 million payment to a former Playboy model who claimed Broidy impregnated her.

But Williams questioned why Hannity “didn’t disclose this earlier.”

“Why when Sean was on the air, strongly an advocate for President Trump, not saying, ‘Hey, I’ve got a relationship with the lawyer?’” Williams asked. “I think that’s a question.”

BOOM: Benghazi Hero Responds PERFECTLY After The FBI Raids Trump Lawyer

Kris Paronto, a well-known survivor of the 2012 Benghazi attacks, dropped an incredible tweet after reports of President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, being raided by the FBI.

Kris Paronto said in a tweet, “Wait wait @FBI , you raid Trumps lawyer because a porn star’s allegations while you ignore the criminal clinton’s destruction of subpoenaed classified emails,using open servers to save and send classified info,Bill’s rape and sexual assault allegations&foundation $ laundering”

“And uranium one, and collusion with the @DNC to rig the democratic primary and assisting the transfer of Libyan arms to Syrian Rebels, and standing down the military response leaving us to die in Benghazi Libya… i could go on @HillaryClinton @jeffsessions @FBI,” Paronto added.


The raid comes just days after Donald Trump was questioned about Cohen’s payment to Trump’s accuser Stormy Daniels.

“You’ll have to ask Michael Cohen. Michael is my attorney, and you’ll have to ask Michael Cohen,” Trump replied when pressed on the Stormy Daniels payment.

As we reported at I Love My Freedom earlier, President Trump wasn’t happy about the Cohen raids, calling it a “disgraceful situation” and “an attack on our country.”

“I just heard that they broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys. Good man. And it’s a disgraceful situation. It’s a total witch hunt,” Trump said Monday to a pool of reporters.

“It’s an attack on our country,” Trump said. “It’s an attack on what we all stand for.”

It’s interesting how efficient the FBI seems to be when it comes to attacking the current President. Is this the “insurance policy” referred to by the Strzok texts?

Lou Dobbs released a tweet with a video about the raid, stating the raid on Cohen’s office proves Mueller is “acting in bad faith.”

On Twitter, people have been slamming the “witch hunt.”

“The FBI raided the home and offices of Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen over Stormy Daniels payments? I thought Mueller’s witch hunt was supposed to be about Russia…” tweeted one user.

How do you feel about the raid?