The things going on today that had never happened before as far as I'm concerned involves a lot of what's taking place at the FBI. John Solomon of "The Hill" just reported just a few days ago that testimony provided to Congress behind closed doors by the General Counsel of the FBI who is now under -- James Baker -- under investigation himself.
He said, right up to the last moment, he believed Hillary Clinton should be charged with felony violations of the Espionage Act. And that it wasn't until the last moment he was convinced that they didn't have enough proof to demonstrate she had intent -- specific intent. Now that's an interesting point because the statute doesn't talk about specific intent. This espionage statute has been around over a hundred years.
It talks about gross negligence, which does not require specific intent. What do you make of this that the -- I mean, it's really confounding in many ways. First Comey clears Hillary Clinton in a bizarre press conference.
He doesn't even talk to the Attorney General. One of the things the Inspector General complained about was that he undermined her authority, that's the Attorney General's decision whether somebody is charged or prosecuted, not the Director the FBI. Then a few days before the election, "Oh, we have more e-mails," and then quickly over the weekend they say, "But don't worry everything's fine," and then we have this General Counsel now saying or who said, "I thought she should have been charged all along but I was convinced at the end.
He used the term, Mark, "undermining" the authority of the Attorney General by the way Jim Comey conducted himself. I would say he usurped authority and that's what the Rod Rosenstein memo said in May leading up to the firing of James Comey by the President of the United States.
I wish the President had taken this action much earlier. I think we would have avoided an enormous amount of grief had he because Jim Comey and you and I are both alums of the Justice Department and we know the hierarchy and he knew the hierarchy.
He had served in the Justice Department, so this was not inadvertent. He took the authority of the Attorney General and assumed that for himself. And then there may have been a very weak legal analysis going into the usurpation of authority that is a misreading of the statute because Mr.
Baker, the former General Counsel was after all the General Counsel. He is the lawyer to the FBI and so you would think that his view would carry a special weight in terms of the meaning of the statute and he thought, according to the testimony that we're now seeing that she had in fact committed crimes. One of the reasons that I chose to write this book about the Clinton investigation is we felt that Hillary Clinton was guilty of crimes in the Arkansas phase of the investigation. We couldn't prove it.
Prosecutors will frequently say there's a difference between what I know and what I can prove and because of missing witnesses -- Susan McDougal for example would not agree to testify, she went into contempt of court.
The name of the book, "Contempt," the President was held in contempt. But the point is, the Independent Counsel statute contemplates working with the FBI, but it wasn't the FBI that was making these decisions as to whether to prosecute Jim Guy Tucker or anyone else, it was the responsibility of the Justice Department or the Independent Counsel.
The Democrats have multiple committees starting multiple investigations on anything you can think of, related to Trump and Trump world. Now, you know I look at the Constitution, I look at the history of hearings, the history of what Congress does and maybe when it shouldn't do.
It has legitimate oversight function. There's no question about that, its job is to legislate. So it kind of needs to know what's going on, but that's not what's going on. If you want ten years of the President's past tax returns, when you want access to the Deutsche Bank information from the past and they say, "We need to look at these things also because of potential impeachment.
The American people elected this man despite the fact he wouldn't release his tax returns, and by the way, Members of Congress aren't required to release their tax returns either including Nancy Pelosi.
You have no legitimate legislative basis for it whatsoever other than to try and harass me, to try and ruin my businesses and my family, so I'll see you in court, ultimately I'll see in the Supreme Court. The legislative oversight power is in furtherance of the responsibilities given to Congress under Article 1, conducting a tax investigation is nowhere near the powers of Congress under Article 1 Section 8 and it's almost sounding in the nature of a bill of attainder, it's violating the idea of we don't pass laws or investigate individuals qua-individuals unless it's relating again to our legislative function.
What is it that we're elected to do? We're here to oversee the executive branch and to pass laws and so forth. So I think there is a serious question under separation of powers and I am so glad that you mention that because too many times, as we march on in our third century as a Constitutional Republic, we don't return to these fundamental constitutional principles of, "Wait a second, what's your job, Congress?
President, are you exceeding your powers? The debate over the report is when will it be released? What will it contain? Not a debate over the fact of a report. The debate over congressional investigations isn't a debate over, "Well, what are they allowed to investigate under our Constitution? What are the limits as opposed to, well they get 10 years of tax returns or what will be in the tax returns? They're not particularly informed or literate in these areas and they don't particularly care to be.
Your dealings with the media we're very difficult and yet from time to time, you found reporters, I think who were real reporters. Tell me about that. I've divided the media during the investigation resulting now in this book into truth seekers and everybody else, and the good news is, during that time, there were some serious truth seekers. These were real truth-seeking people and then there were those who were in the other camp, non-truth seekers.
STARR: I seem to see -- I wanted to see more truth seekers than we had and so, a lot of the material that went out into the public domain was essentially an echo chamber from what White House press spokespeople were saying, criticisms of the investigation, let's change the subject, let's attack the investigator and one of the things that Hillary, of course, was extremely effective at doing as a student of Saul Alinsky and rules for radicals is, "Go after and destroy the other side.
They did it to you. Do you think that's being done to the President of the United States right now? Can you get hurt on a cable show without him being called a racist or a Nazi or Stalinist or a dictator or the person who's triggered this kind of action and that kind of action? I mean, I can't. Recently, the American Charter of Conscience was released and that American Charter, I wish were in every journalist must-read package because it's one of the other things that says, "Look, we have to disagree with one another and hopefully we don't have to, but we should choose to disagree with one another in a much more civil way and to be respectful of one another.
But this constant calling into question motives and the name-calling and so forth has just resulted, I think in the American people saying, "You know, I really don't like this.
I don't like the tone, don't like the attitude and so forth," and I think everybody needs to just stop yelling at one another and have a more reasoned discourse. We'd love you to join us over at Levin TV. Here's how you do it. Join our big wonderful conservative organization right there. I've never understood what that means by the way. Does that mean you have a drink with a Russian?
So it's this ambiguous term "colluding" with the Russians and it's ambiguous for a reason because you can pour whatever mental image you have into that and yet the Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Richard Burr, he's not a showboat. He's a pretty quiet guy. I don't know him. He says, "We haven't found any direct evidence of any collusion. Breaking News. No collusion found. And then you have 14 shows talk about it. Where's the Russia collusion?
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