Monday, October 18, 2021

Andrew Napolitano On The Truth About Andrew McCabe And Who Will Target Chris Wray

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This week on The Intelligence Report, Judge Andrew Napolitano joins Guy Benson to discuss the truth about how Andrew McCabe’s privileged conversations and who and the media will stop at nothing to humiliate FBI Director Christopher Wray. Next, the case of Andrew Hawkins, a married transgender military officer who wanted to join the Military but can’t because she is not a “real” woman. Judge Nap sets the record straight about HRC and why voters can expect new problems from the leading Democrat candidate, despite things looking positive so far. Finally, Guy talks with Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, former Assistant Director at the FBI and an adjunct lecturer at Georgetown Law School, about her new book “The Sheriff’s Wife: Private Investigators, Corporate Espionage, and the Red Hen.”

An important litmus test for both Democrats and Republicans will be placed before the state’s Democratic Primary on May 14th for New York’s Congressional seat being vacated by Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney and former Congressman and two-time Hillary Clinton supporter, Brian Higgins. Democrat’s will make their pick from three candidates: Jumaane Williams, Zephyr Teachout and Nate Shinagawa. Judge Napolitano discussed with Guy Benson the strength of the left, how the media and the Democratic Party is playing its part in their defeat and what Democrats can do to combat it. Judge Napolitano also explains why there will be new battles for Republicans regarding the Russian military operation in the United States and the Mueller investigation.

Plus, Guy discusses the latest from Puerto Rico after the devastation left by the devastation brought by Hurricane Maria. Judge Nap talks about the disconnect between the island and the mainland; the future of the island and what the island might become; that the real setback is the rejection of bills by the Democratic state of Puerto Rico that would make disaster aid accessible to citizens.

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