Former federal prosecutor and National Review Contributing Editor Andy McCarthy is in while Jim Geraghty is under the weather. Today, Greg and Andy discuss new sanctions from the U.S. Treasury Department against individuals and entities helping for finance Iran’s military and IRGC. But Andy explains why this step is hardly bold considering Iran’s recent actions against the U.S.

Andy also breaks down the legal and constitutional impact of Special Counsel Jack Smith not only demanding many different details about President Trump’s Twitter account but also Smith demanding the information of anyone who like, retweeted, or otherwise engaged with Trump in the months leading up to January 6th.

Finally, they test out Andy’s postulate that Democrats only prosecute other Democrats to protect Democrats. Is the FBI publicly digging into allegations of illegal fundraising in Adams’ orbit and possibly his ties to Turkey because that’s where the evidence leads or because Adams is now a thorn in the side of the Biden administration?

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  1. kedavis Coolidge
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    So it’s now illegal for individuals and businesses to help Iran, but FJB and the rest can give Iran as much as they like?

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