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  • Why, How, Who – The “Big Picture” in Video Summary… (Sundance)

    03/19/2018 9:54:07 PM PDT · by bitt · 19 replies
    “WHY” – The first video highlights the historic backdrop of DOJ/FBI FISA court abuses: “HOW” – The second video highlights the specific example of how the DOJ and FBI used false information to the FISA Court to secure a fraudulent ‘Title-1’ surveillance warrant: “WHO” – The third video highlights who the primary players were within the scheme:
  • James Kallstrom: "They had a backup plan to basically frame Donald Trump"

    03/18/2018 3:14:17 PM PDT · by RevelationDavid · 48 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | March 18, 2018 | Mandy Mayfield
    Getting real folks.... Former assistant FBI director James Kallstrom: "They had a backup plan to basically frame Donald Trump" """Do you think somebody was directing them or do you think they just came to the conclusion on their own, this leadership at the FBI and the Department of Justice, that they wanted to change the outcome of the election?" Bartiromo asked. Kallstrom also said officials had a scheme to blame Trump for the Russian interference during the 2016 election. "They had a backup plan to basically frame Donald Trump and that's what's been going," Kallstrom said...."" More at Link:
  • Rod Rosenstein Submitted False Documents To Senate Concerning His Interrogation of Hillary Clinton

    03/19/2018 12:09:22 PM PDT · by detective · 75 replies
    Big League Politics ^ | Mar 17, 2018 | Patrick Howley
    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein gave a resume to the Senate Judiciary Committee for his confirmation to be Deputy Attorney General. In that resume, provided under oath, he falsely stated the dates at which he worked for Ken Starr’s investigative legal team. Rosenstein testified to the Senate that he worked on Starr’s team beginning in 1995 and ending in 1997. Rosenstein said that he began working at the U.S. Attorney’s office in Maryland for the Clinton administration in the year 1997. However, records show that Rosenstein interviewed Hillary Clinton for Ken Starr in the Whitewater case on January 14, 1998....
  • If You Are a Fed Official, Perjury Is 'Lacking Candor'

    03/18/2018 9:43:47 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 37 replies
    American Thinker ^ | March 18, 2018 | Clarice Feldman
    Friday night was a big night for news hawks. And I'm not talking about the upset victory of the UMBC Retrievers over the they-should-have-been-50-points-ahead UVa Cavaliers. Things like that sometimes happen when skill and determination beat odds-makers and reputation. I'm talking about the firing of Andrew McCabe, who doubtless acted under the impression that rigging things at the FBI for Hillary Clinton was the path to higher office and glory. Late Friday night, McCabe, the former deputy director and then acting director of the FBI, was fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a statement that reads as follows: ~snip~...
  • Levin: Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is a ‘saboteur’ running cover for the Democrats!

    03/18/2018 8:20:10 AM PDT · by george76 · 29 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | March 16, 2018 | Phil Shiver
    Rosenstein “sought to cover up” new FBI texts. LevinTV host Mark Levin blasted Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as a “cover-up artist” and “saboteur” Friday night after a new leak of FBI texts suggested Peter Strzok was friends with a FISA judge in the Gen. Flynn case. “Mr. Rosenstein has been giving cover to Robert Mueller, to Hillary Clinton, to Bill Clinton, to the Democrat Party, to the Perkins Coie Law Firm, to Fusion GPS, to Christopher Steele, and even the Russians. How else do you explain it?”
  • REVEALED: Peter Strzok Had Personal Relationship With Recused Judge In Michael Flynn Case

    03/17/2018 5:46:11 AM PDT · by JohnThree3to16 · 90 replies ^ | March 16, 2018 | Mollie Hemingway
    This story is breaking on The Federalist. Text messages obtained by The Federalist show that Peter Strzok and Lisa Page conspired to collude with Judge Rudolph Contreras, a FISA judge who presided over Michael Flynn's guilty plea and was later removed from the case. MARCH 16, 2018 By Mollie Hemingway Newly discovered text messages obtained by The Federalist reveal two key federal law enforcement officials conspired to meet with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) judge who presided over the federal case against Michael Flynn. The judge, Rudolph Contreras, was recused from handling the case just days after accepting the...
  • Dems accuse the DOJ IG & the FBI OPR of collusion- with Trump

    03/17/2018 12:56:28 PM PDT · by Starman417 · 49 replies
    Flopping Aces ^ | 03-17-18 | DrJohn
    You knew this was going to happen. democrat butts are just oozing hurt. And as I predicted, they are all firing off salvos at Donald Trump. Witness: The message of March 16, 2018, is that President Trump demands retribution in its most merciless form for official mistake or misconduct. Noted. — David Frum (@davidfrum) March 17, 2018 This nitwit actually threatens the President. Gloat now, but you will be fired soon. And it’s not going to be done cowardly, as you’ve done to so many who’ve served you. There’s a storm gathering, Mr. President, and it’s going to wipe out you and...
  • Weekly Update: New JW Lawsuits on Dossier

    03/17/2018 9:49:14 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 2 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | March 16, 2018 | Tom Fitton
    Parkland Update: Broward County Sheriff’s Office Training Materials Say First Officers Should ‘Confront the Shooter’ Judicial Watch Files Two Lawsuits against DOJ for Documents on Top Officials’ Ties to Clinton Dossier Creator Fusion GPS Charm City Corruption: City with Highest Murder Rate Starts Defense Fund for Illegal Aliens Parkland Update: Broward County Sheriff’s Office Training Materials Say First Officers Should ‘Confront the Shooter’ The school shooting in Parkland, Florida, just becomes more tragic as we learn new details of the local sheriff’s department response – actually, its lack of response. This week, Judicial Watch released Broward County Sheriff’s Office...
  • FBI testimony confirms Obama DOJ ordered 500,000 fugitives purged from background check database

    03/16/2018 8:12:49 PM PDT · by TigersEye · 66 replies ^ | March 15, 2018 | Frieda Powers
    Acting FBI deputy director David Bowdich confirmed that it was a decision made under the direction of the Obama administration that led to more than half a million fugitives with outstanding arrest warrants to have their names removed from a national database.
  • FBI’s Andrew McCabe is fired a little more than 24 hours before he could retire

    03/16/2018 8:10:04 PM PDT · by Beave Meister · 80 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | 3/16/2018 | Matt Zapotosky
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions late Friday night fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, a little more than 24 hours before McCabe was set to retire. Sessions announced the decision in a statement just before 10 p.m., noting that both the Justice Department Inspector General and the FBI office that handles discipline had found “that Mr. McCabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor — including under oath — on multiple occasions.” He said based on those findings and the recommendation of the department’s senior career official, “I have terminated the employment of Andrew McCabe...
  • A Little Known Tweak To FISA Rules In 2015 Has Big Implications For The Carter Page Warrant

    03/16/2018 7:55:03 AM PDT · by lowbuck · 15 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 15 March 2018 | Margot Cleveland
    Congress requires the FISA court to maintain a pool of lawyers friendly to civil liberties who are willing to challenge the Justice Department's applications for a spy warrant. But the court almost never uses them. . . snip That reform, if properly implemented, could have averted the current scandal surrounding the FISA court order authorizing a wiretap of former Donald Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page — but only if the Obama Administration had also properly disclosed that the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton Campaign had funded the Steele Dossier.
  • New Text Msgs Reveal FBI Agent was Friends with Judge in Flynn Case

    03/16/2018 9:10:39 AM PDT · by reagandemocrat · 42 replies
    Sara Carter ^ | March 16, 2018 | Sara Carter
    Newly redacted text messages discovered by congressional investigators reveal that an embattled FBI agent at the center of the Russia investigation controversy was close friends with a District of Columbia judge who recused himself from the criminal case over former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, congressional members said, and text documents show.
  • Paul Manafort asks judge to dismiss Mueller indictment in D.C.

    03/16/2018 10:44:49 AM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 43 replies
    Axios ^ | 3/15/18 | A McCammond
    The argument: His lawyers, Kevin Downing and Thomas Zehnle, say the indictment isn't fair because Mueller is operating outside of the scope of his initial duty: to determine whether and how Russia worked with the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.... Rod Rosenstein [said,] "The special counsel is not an unguided missile... I'm very confident that when the history of this era is written, it will reflect that the department was operated with integrity."
  • REVEALED: Peter Strzok Had Personal Relationship With Recused Judge In Michael Flynn Case

    03/16/2018 10:29:20 AM PDT · by Faith Presses On · 61 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 3/16/18 | Mollie Hemingway
    Newly discovered text messages obtained by The Federalist reveal two key federal law enforcement officials conspired to meet with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) judge who presided over the federal case against Michael Flynn. The judge, Rudolph Contreras, was recused from handling the case just days after accepting the guilty plea of President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser who was charged with making false statements to federal investigators. The text messages about Contreras between controversial Department of Justice lawyer Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, the top Federal Bureau of Investigation counterintelligence official who was kicked off Robert Mueller’s...
  • Sessions Should Fire McCabe (VANITY)

    03/15/2018 5:25:20 PM PDT · by House Atreides · 35 replies
    House Atreides | 3/15/2018 | Self
    I think that Sessions should fire McCabe right away. That way McCabe won’t be eligible to get a government pension right away (at age 50) but will have to wait until his normal retirement age (a long time). However, if McCabe later FULLY cooperates with criminal investigations into the Mueller/Comey/Rosenstein/Lynch/Clinton/Holder/Obama criminal enterprises and their various co-conspirators then he can be technically “rehired” for a very short period after which he can go out on an immediate retirement.
  • Jeff Sessions made ‘error’ in DACA legal memo, says Justice Department

    03/15/2018 11:48:42 AM PDT · by detective · 83 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | March 14, 2018 | Stephen Dinan
    The Justice Department said in court Wednesday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions made an “error” in his memo laying out the legal problems with the Obama-era DACA program, as a federal judge repeatedly blasted the Trump administration for weak reasoning in revoking the deportation amnesty. Government lawyers say the error isn’t enough to sink their case, arguing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is unlawful and the risks of trying to defend it in court were enough to justify the six-month phase out the acting Homeland Security secretary initiated last year.
  • Obama DOJ Forced FBI To Delete 500,000 Fugitives From Background Check Database

    03/15/2018 11:17:25 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 80 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | March 15, 2018 | Kerry Picket
    The Justice Department under Barack Obama directed the FBI to drop more than 500,000 names of fugitives with outstanding arrest warrants from the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, acting FBI deputy director David Bowdich testified Wednesday. Fugitives from justice are barred from buying a firearm under federal law. But what is a fugitive from justice? That definition has been under debate by the FBI and the ATF. According to The Washington Post, the FBI considered any person with an outstanding arrest warrant to be a fugitive. On the other hand, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives defined...
  • America First Media Group Attorney Ty Clevenger Files Lawsuit Against FBI&DOJ Over Seth Rich Files

    03/15/2018 10:49:00 AM PDT · by davikkm · 3 replies
    IWB ^ | Ruby Henley
    This is breaking news, and it is sure to stir the hornet’s nest in the Seth Rich murder investigation. Matt Couch and his investigative team America First Media Group has led the investigation into the murder of Seth Rich. They do not fool around, and they intend to get to the truth. Today, the America First Media Attorney, Ty Clevenger filed a lawsuit against the FBI and the DOJ over the Seth Rich files. They say the records lie somewhere in some FBI office, and they want them. They have notified the NSA they want all their communications between them...
  • Rep. DeSantis: Indictments Could Come Fast If FISA Warrant Probe Happens

    03/11/2018 12:46:05 PM PDT · by bitt · 37 replies ^ | 3/11/2018 | sandy fitzgerald
    If Attorney General Jeff Sessions agrees to appoint a special counsel to investigate allegations that the FBi misused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to obtain a warrant against former Trump campaign aide Carter Page, indictments could start quickly, Rep. Ron DeSantis said Friday. "If this guy goes after this the way [Robert] Mueller is scorching the Earth, you have a flurry of indictments based on what we already know," the Florida Republican told Fox News' "Fox & Friends." DeSantis said he's been advocating that the special counsel be someone from outside Washington and the Department of Justice. "When you...
  • Sessions slams 'activist judges' for nationwide injunctions on sanctuary cities, DACA

    03/10/2018 5:14:09 PM PST · by jazusamo · 44 replies
    Fox News ^ | March 10, 2018 | Adam Shaw
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Saturday slammed “activist judges,” whom he accused of overreaching and paralyzing the government by shutting down Trump-era policies they object to via nationwide injunctions. At a Federalist Society event at Georgetown University, Sessions blasted judges who have shut down controversial Trump-era policies such as denying funding for so-called “sanctuary cities” and repealing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. “The court is not superior; the court does not get to have the final word in every dispute, give me a break,” he said. He said the vehicle of choice for "activist judges" is nationwide...