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Bringing you unfiltered public documents that deserve to be more accessible. Dan Williams, the voice behind the Mueller Report Audio podcast, reads some of the most important government documents for those who want the information, but may be too busy to read or simply want to do other things while consuming the information.
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From the voice behind the Mueller Report Audio podcast, this is the 20th episode of Government Unfiltered. Subscribe at governmentunfiltered.com or wherever you listen to your podcasts. On Friday, December 13th, the House Judiciary Committee did something that had only been done twice before in history by voting on and passing articles of impeachment. The two articles of impeachment are contained within House Resolution 755 titled, "Impeaching Donald John Trump, President of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors." This is a reading of the resolution. These episodes are created based on the value-for-value model. Please support the podcast at governmentunfiltered.com by clicking the donate button for a one-time donation or by going to insiderfriends.com to support monthly. If you'd like to donate anonymously, you can go to glow.fm/insider to donate on either a one-time or recurring basis. Follow the show on Twitter @GovUnfiltered or on Facebook at facebook.com/governmentunfiltered.
In the previous three episodes, this show has offered a reading of the White House memo that documented the call between President Trump and the President of Ukraine, the whistleblower's complaint, and texts released by Congress surrounding the issue of withholding military assistance from Ukraine. On October 8, Pat Cipollone, Counsel to the President, sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the three committee chairmen who provided the letter along with the release of text messages from the previous episode. This White House letter addresses a statement from Representative Adam Schiff's opening statement from the House Intelligence Committee hearing with Director Joseph Maguire, Director of National Intelligence. The relevant portion is available in this episode and a link to the full nine-minute opening statement is available via C-SPAN. Intel Chair Adam Schiff's Sept. 26, 2019, Statement on Whistleblower Complaint (1:14) October 8, 2019, letter from Pat Cipollone, Counsel to the President (2:49) I. Your "Inquiry" Is Constitutionally Invalid and Violates Basic Due Process Rights and the Separation of Powers (6:12) II. The Invalid "Impeachment Inquiry" Plainly Seeks To Reverse the Election of 2016 and To Influence the Election of 2020 (12:24) III. There Is No Legitimate Basis for Your "Impeachment Inquiry"; Instead, the Committees' Actions Raise Serious Questions (14:54) Support the show One-time donations via: governmentunfiltered.com Recurring donations at:  insiderfriends.com Anonymously through: glow.fm/insider Follow the show online Twitter: @GovUnfiltered Facebook: Government Unfiltered
Part 10 of 12 from Section II. Factual Results of the Obstruction Investigation. This subsection of Volume 2, pages 120-134, details the President's conduct toward Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort and a redacted name that many have speculated to be Roger Stone. The President's Conduct Towards Flynn, Manafort, [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (0:08) Conduct Directed at Michael Flynn (1:05) Conduct Directed at Paul Manafort (3:59) [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (14:28) Analysis (14:40) Obstructive act (14:53) Nexus to a proceeding (18:44) Intent (19:34) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, July 19, 2020 the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. Unredacted information in this section is located from 3:53 to 4:34 and 18:32 to 19:06. On April 18, 2019, the Department of Justice released the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." This section covers the "Executive Summary to Volume 1" from pages 4 to 10 of the report. Russian Social Media Campaign (1:00) Russian Hacking Operations (2:38) Russian Contacts with the Campaign (4:55) 2015 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (6:02) Spring 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (6:32) Summer 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (7:17) Fall 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (10:21) Post-2016 Election Russian Contacts with the Campaign (11:16) The Special Counsel's Charging Decisions (15:40) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, July 19, 2020 the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. Unredacted information in this section is located from 1:59 to 2:38. Section III is delivered in four parts. This section covers the introduction to the section as well as part A, GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign. III: Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations (1:00) A. GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign (2:38) GRU Units Target the Clinton Campaign (2:44) Intrusions into the DCCC and DNC Networks (5:30) Initial Access (5:36) Implantation of Malware on DCCC and DNC Networks (6:33) Theft of Documents from DNC and DCCC Networks (8:46) This podcast covers pages 36-41 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, July 19, 2020 the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. Unredacted information in this section is located from 6:50 to 8:03. Part 2 of 4 from Section III: Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations. This section explains the investigation's look into DCLeaks, Guccifer 2.0 and the use of Wikileaks from pages 41-49 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." B. Dissemination of the Hacked Materials (0:59) DCLeaks (1:18) Guccifer 2.0 (3:43) Use ofWikiLeaks (8:05) WikiLeaks's Expressed Opposition Toward the Clinton Campaign (8:30) WikiLeaks's First Contact with Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks (9:40) The GRU's Transfer of Stolen Materials to WikiLeaks (11:21) WikiLeaks Statements Dissembling About the Source of Stolen Materials (16:01) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. This section of the Mueller Report contains the newly available information. Previously, this section had been heavily redacted up to section 1e, and the first four subsections are now largely unredacted. Most of the new additions are from 1:14 to 16:44 in this episode. Part 4 of 4 from Section III: Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations. Note: Sections 1a through 1d are heavily redacted. From section 1e until the conclusion, the investigation's findings focus on interactions between the Trump Campaign and Wikileaks as well as the campaign's interest and efforts to obtain deleted Clinton emails. This podcast covers pages 51-65 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." Trump Campaign and the Dissemination of Hacked Materials (0:57) Role of Roger Stone (1:14) Background (1:18) Contacts with the Campaign about WikiLeaks (1:58) Roger Stone’s Known Efforts to Communicate with WikiLeaks (6:28) WikiLeaks's October 7, 2016 Release of Stolen Podesta Emails (13:16) Donald Trump Jr. Interaction with WikiLeaks (16:44) Other Potential Campaign Interest in Russian Hacked Materials (19:09) Henry Oknyansky (a/k/a Henry Greenberg) (19:53) Campaign Efforts to Obtain Deleted Clinton Emails (22:06) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. This episode is a re-release of this section of the Mueller Report with the newly available information. Apart from a couple of mentions of Roger Stone's name, the unredacted material is primarily from 7:34 to 9:04 and 49:17 to 53:23. As part of the final section of Volume 1, pages 174-199, this section explains the Special Council's decisions on whether to exercise its prosecutorial authority with regard to the evidence it found through the investigation. Prosecution and Declination Decisions (1:12) A. Russian "Active Measures" Social Media Campaign (2:51) B. Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations (5:40) Section 1030 Computer-Intrusion Conspiracy (5:45) Background (5:51) Charging Decision As to [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (9:05) Potential Section 1030 Violation By [Redacted - Personal Privacy] (9:16) C. Russian Government Outreach and Contacts (10:12) Potential Coordination: Conspiracy and Collusion (12:07) Potential Coordination: Foreign Agent Statutes (FARA and 18 U.S.C. § 951) (14:53) Governing Law (15:13) Application (17:58) Campaign Finance (20:07) Overview Of Governing Law (20:47) Application to June 9 Trump Tower Meeting (23:26) Thing-of-Value Element (26:34) Willfulness (29:34) Difficulties in Valuing Promised Information (31:43) Application to [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (33:17) Questions Over Whether [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (33:28) Willfulness (33:37) Constitutional Considerations (33:59) Analysis as to [Redacted - Harm to Ongoing Matter] (34:11) False Statements and Obstruction of the Investigation (34:24) Overview Of Governing Law (34:46) Application to Certain Individuals (37:21) George Papadopoulos (37:25) [Redacted - Personal Privacy] (42:23) Michael Flynn (42:23) Michael Cohen (42:32) Roger Stone (49:18) Jeff Sessions (53:24) Others Interviewed During the Investigation (56:47) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. In the days ahead, I'm planning to re-release sections of the Mueller Report with the newly available information. Apart from an earlier mention of Roger Stone's name, the unredacted material is from 6:36 to 8:04 in this section. Part 1 of 12 from Section II. Factual Results of the Obstruction Investigation. This subsection of Volume 2, from pages 15-24, first provides and introduction to the section and then offers an overview of how Russia became an issue in the 2016 presidential campaign. It then details, in four subsections, how Trump and his campaign responded to these issues. II. Factual Results of the Obstruction Investigation (1:23) II.A. The Campaign's Response to Reports About Russian Support for Trump (3:14) Press Reports Allege Links Between the Trump Campaign and Russia (4:15) The Trump Campaign Reacts to WikiLeaks's Release of Hacked Emails (5:36) The Trump Campaign Reacts to Allegations That Russia was Seeking to Aid Candidate Trump (8:04) After the Election, Trump Continues to Deny Any Contacts or Connections with Russia or That Russia Aided his Election (12:23) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. In the days ahead, I'm planning to re-release sections of the Mueller Report with the newly available information. This section's unredacted material is from 30:36 to 30:40. Part 4 of 12 from Section II. Factual Results of the Obstruction Investigation. This subsection of Volume 2, pages 62-77, provides the details surrounding the President's decision to fire the FBI Director and the circumstances surrounding his request for Comey's "loyalty." Events Leading Up To and Surrounding the Termination of FBI Director Comey (1:00) Comey Testifies Before the Senate Judiciary Committee and Declines to Answer Questions About Whether the President is Under Investigation (2:30) The President Makes the Decision to Terminate Comey (5:45) Analysis (21:25) Obstructive act (21:33) Nexus to a proceeding (23:44) Intent (25:29) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. In the days ahead, I'm planning to re-release sections of the Mueller Report with the newly available information. The only unredacted material in this section appears at 33:26 and ends at 33:47. Part 11 of 12 from Section II. Factual Results of the Obstruction Investigation. This subsection of Volume 2, pages 134-156, details the President's conduct toward Michael Cohen with regard to Cohen's involvement in the Trump Tower Moscow Project, his statements to attempt to distance Trump from Russia, and conduct by the President once Cohen began cooperating with the Special Council. The President's Conduct Involving Michael Cohen (1:00) Candidate Trump's Awareness of and Involvement in the Trump Tower Moscow Project (2:52) Cohen Determines to Adhere to a "Party Line" Distancing Candidate Trump From Russia (8:57) Cohen Submits False Statements to Congress Minimizing the Trump Tower Moscow Project in Accordance with the Party Line (10:43) The President Sends Messages of Support to Cohen (20:42) The President's Conduct After Cohen Began Cooperating with the Government (26:44) Analysis (37:07) Obstructive act (37:16) Whether the President or others aided or participated in Cohen's false statements to Congress (37:38) Whether the President took actions that would have the natural tendency to prevent Cohen from providing truthful information to the government (40:35) Nexus to a proceeding (42:47) Intent (43:08) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On Friday, June 19, 2020, the Department of Justice released unredacted portions of the Mueller Report relating to Roger Stone. In the days ahead, I'm planning to re-release sections of the Mueller Report with the newly available information. This is part 10 of 12 from Section II. Factual Results of the Obstruction Investigation. This subsection of Volume 2, pages 120-134, details the President's conduct toward Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. The President's Conduct Towards Flynn, Manafort, and Stone (0:58) Conduct Directed at Michael Flynn (1:51) Conduct Directed at Paul Manafort (4:46) Conduct Directed at Roger Stone - UNREDACTED (15:12) Analysis (19:44) Obstructive act (19:55) Stone - UNREDACTED (23:39) Nexus to a proceeding (23:58) Stone - UNREDACTED (28:02) Intent (24:43) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On October 3, 2019, three committees in the House of Representatives joined in providing an update with regard to impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.  Their press release states that current and former State Department officials produced documents surrounding the concern of withholding military assistance from Ukraine around the same time that the administration was looking toward Ukraine to announce an investigation into the 2016 U.S. election and the alleged involvement of Ukrainian politicians. Read the Congressional letter and attached texts. Congressional Letter (0:58) Attachment: Text Messages (5:36) Connecting Rudy Giuliani with Ukraine President Zelensky's Advisor (5:38) Sondland Briefs Zelensky Ahead of Call with President Trump (6:13) Concerns about Ukraine Becoming an "Instrument" in U.S. Politics (7:07) Giuliani Advocates for Trump-Zelensky Call (7:51) Volker Advises Yermak Ahead of Trump-Zelensky Call (8:45) Yermak's Informal Readout of the Trump-Zelensky Call (9:20) State Department Officials Discuss a White House Visit and Ukraine Statement (9:59) State Department Officials Seek Giuliani's Guidance on Ukraine Statement (11:08) Ukrainian Aide Seeks White House Date First (11:54) Discussion of Ukrainian Statement to Include References to 2016 Election and Burisma (13:25) Confirming Desire to Reference 2016 Election and Burisma (14:19) Ukrainian Official Shares Press Report of U.S. Withholding Military Assistance (15:00) President Trump Cancels Trip to Meet President Zelensky (15:39) State Department Officials on Security Assistance and the Ukraine "Interview" (16:42) State Department Officials on Withholding Security Assistance (17:31) If you'd like episodes like these to continue, please help support the podcast by going to governmentunfiltered.com or by going to insiderfriends.com. Your support will be recognized on an upcoming show. For anonymous donations, you can go to glow.fm/insider to donate on either a one-time or recurring basis.  
On September 26, 2019, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released a declassified whistleblower complaint. The complainants letter alleged that President Trump sought to pressure the Ukrainian President to take actions to help the president's 2020 re-election. The complaint is available via the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the Intelligence Community Inspector General letter regarding the complaint is also available via the committee. In case you missed it, tune into episode 4 of Government Unfiltered for a reading of the memorandum released by the White House on September 25, 2019, documenting a July 25 telephone call between President Donald Trump and President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine.  Government Unfiltered operates on the value for value model. I create the show and you decide what it's worth. You can return that value by supporting the show at governmentunfiltered.com or by going to glow.fm/insider to donate on either a one-time or recurring basis.
On April 18, 2019, the Department of Justice released the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." This section covers some background behind the creation of this audio podcast and the "Introduction to Volume 1" from pages 1 to 3 of the report.  Introduction to Volume 1 (1:45) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
On April 18, 2019, the Department of Justice released the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." This section covers the "Executive Summary to Volume 1" from pages 4 to 10 of the report. Russian Social Media Campaign (0:10) Russian Hacking Operations (1:47) Russian Contacts with the Campaign (3:52) 2015 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (5:00) Spring 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (5:30) Summer 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (6:14) Fall 2016 Russian Contacts with the Campaign (9:18) Post-2016 Election Russian Contacts with the Campaign (10:13) The Special Counsel's Charging Decisions (14:38) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
This episode contains Section 1 of Volume 1 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." The section is titled "I. The Special Counsel's Investigation" from pages 11 to 13 of the report. Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
This episode covers the structure of the Internet Research Agency, the funding and oversight of the IRA, and the methods in which the IRA targeted the 2016 U.S. Election, as part of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." This podcast covers pages 14 to 35 of the report. This section is heavily redacted citing, in most cases, "Harm to Ongoing Matter," and we introduce a sound effect to help note the skipped areas of redaction, while trying to provide context for the redactions when possible. Russian "Active Measures" Social Media Campaign (0:15) Structure of the Internet Research Agency (3:11) Funding and Oversight from Concord and Prigozhin (3:53) The IRA Targets U.S. Elections (4:51) The IRA Ramps Up U.S. Operations As Early As 2014 (4:56) U.S. Operations Through IRA-Controlled Social Media Accounts (6:02) U.S. Operations Through Facebook (8:21) U.S. Operations Through Twitter (11:39) Individualized Accounts (12:12) IRA Botnet Activities (13:49) U.S. Operations Involving Political Rallies (14:24) Targeting and Recruitment of U.S. Persons (16:32) Interactions and Contacts with the Trump Campaign (18:07) Trump Campaign Promotion of IRA Political Materials (18:48) Contact with Trump Campaign Officials in Connection to Rallies (20:27) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
Section III will be delivered in four parts. This section covers part A, GRU Hacking Directed at the Clinton Campaign, from Section III: Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations. 1. GRU Units Target the Clinton Campaign (2:02) 2. Intrusions into the DCCC and DNC Networks a. Initial Access (4:53) b. Implantation of Malware on DCCC and DNC Networks (5:51) c. Theft of Documents from DNC and DCCC Networks (8:05) This podcast covers pages 36-41 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
Part 2 of 4 from Section III: Russian Hacking and Dumping Operations. This section explains the investigation's look into DCLeaks, Guccifer 2.0 and the use of Wikileaks from pages 41-49 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election."  B. Dissemination of the Hacked Materials DCLeaks (0:29) Guccifer 2.0 (2:55) Use ofWikiLeaks (7:10) WikiLeaks's Expressed Opposition Toward the Clinton Campaign (7:35) WikiLeaks's First Contact with Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks (8:46) The GRU's Transfer of Stolen Materials to WikiLeaks (10:27) WikiLeaks Statements Dissembling About the Source of Stolen Materials (15:06) Mueller Report Audio - muellerreportaudio.com Presented by Timberlane Media Support via PayPal: donate@timberlanemedia.com Donate with Crypto Music by Lee Rosevere
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Pepsi Man Gaming

Thank you, also bidens shit

Jan 29th
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Jo Russell

Thank you

Jul 27th
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Elizabeth Burns

Legally blind. Very grateful.

Jun 22nd
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Ashleigh Nelson

Huge thank you to Dan for doing this! I am about 20 minutes from the end and feel like I have a much better understanding of the full scope of the report. Just by being able to listen on my way to and from work I have been able to digest the whole report in just under two weeks. I truly appreciate the effort you put into making this and your dedication to keeping it free to the public. I have donated on indigogo and plan to again next paycheck. Again, huge thanks!

Jun 5th
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Dryte Pareigis

Thank you for doing this. Having a combination of the PDF and your audio has made this whole thing easier (at least slightly) to process

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