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Michael Flynn Case Continues As Appeals Court Sets Hearing On Whether To Dismiss Charges

The federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. agreed Thursday to rehear arguments to drop the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn. The decision nullifies a ruling that a three-judge panel on the appeals court handed down last month. The judges voted 2-1 on June 24 to order U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan to comply with the Justice ...

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Declassified Senate Report Details ‘Bitter Argument’ Between CIA And FBI Over Steele Dossier

Documents declassified on Tuesday detail an intense debate between the CIA and FBI in late 2016 over the handling of information from Christopher Steele, with one CIA official telling the Senate Intelligence Committee that the former British spy’s allegations about Trump-Russia collusion were “very unvetted.” Despite the CIA’s concerns about Steele’s allegations, the FBI successfully lobbied to include his information ...

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Florida Man Charged With Fraud For Buying $320K Lamborghini With Coronavirus Relief Funds

The owner of a Florida moving company was arrested Monday and charged with using coronavirus relief funds to purchase personal items, including a $320,000 Lamborghini. David Hines, 29, was charged with fraudulently obtaining a $3.9 million loan under the Paycheck Protection Program, which Congress passed to help small business owners pay employees and rent due to economic setbacks from the ...

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Lindsey Graham Teases Evidence That The FBI ‘Lied Their Ass Off’ To Congress About The Steele Dossier

Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday teased the release of evidence showing that the FBI “lied their ass off” to Congress regarding the reliability of the Steele dossier, which the bureau used as part of its investigation of the Trump campaign. “I will tell you next week what I found,” the South Carolina Republican said in an interview on “Fox Sunday ...

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A Russia Analyst Living In the US Has Been Identified As Christopher Steele’s Primary Dossier Source

The mystery of the primary source for dossier author Christopher Steele has finally been solved.  Igor Danchenko, a Russia analyst living in the U.S., has been identified as Steele’s primary source of information in the dossier.  Danchenko, who previously worked at the Brookings Institution, told the FBI in January 2017 that he was Steele’s source.  He undermined several of Steele’s ...

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New York Times Publishes Chinese Scientist’s Coronavirus Op-Ed Without Key Disclosures

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The New York Times published an op-ed from a Chinese scientist blasting the United States’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic.  Unacknowledged in the op-ed is the Chinese Communist Party’s firm control of the university that employs the scientist, Yi Rao. Rao has also taken credit for proposing the controversial Thousand Talents Program, which Beijing has used to recruit researchers at ...

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Devin Nunes Wants To Investigate Liberal Think Tank’s Role In Spreading Steele Dossier

Rep. Devin Nunes says he wants to find out what role the Brookings Institution played in handling the Steele dossier.  Evidence emerged this week in a British court case that former Brookings president Strobe Talbott obtained the dossier from Christopher Steele.  Nunes said that Brookings’ involvement in the matter is a “major part” of the story about the dossier. The ...

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FBI Memo Raises Red Flags About Dossier Sources Behind Allegations Against Trump Aide

An FBI memo declassified on Friday provides the most detail so far about the sourcing for the infamous Steele dossier. The memo shows that two Russian sources provided the information regarding Carter Page, the former Trump campaign aide surveilled by the FBI.  The involvement of the sources raises further questions about possible Russian disinformation in the dossier, according to a ...

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Senate Panel Releases FBI Memo Related To Mystery Source For Steele Dossier

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Friday released a newly declassified FBI memo from an interview with the primary source for Christopher Steele’s infamous dossier. Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said that the memo “indicates that the reliability of the dossier was completely destroyed” after the interviews, which were conducted over the course of three days in January 2017. “These ...

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FBI Tore Apart NY Times Report On Trump-Russia Contacts In Newly Declassified Memo

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The Senate Judiciary Committee released a newly declassified FBI document Friday showing that a New York Times report about contacts between Trump associates and Russian intelligence was riddled with errors.  Peter Strzok, who served as FBI deputy chief of counterintelligence, spotted 14 errors in the Times story, published on Feb. 14, 2017.  Strzok also critiqued Christopher Steele, saying that the ...

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Barr Says Hollywood ‘Kowtowing’ To China, Warns US Executives Against Acting As Chinese Foreign Agents

Attorney General William Barr said Thursday the Chinese government has achieved a “massive propaganda coup” by shaping the content coming out of Hollywood, while warning U.S. business executives against acting as agents of the communist regime in possible violation of foreign lobbying laws. Speaking at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, Barr offered a sober assessment of China’s efforts to ...

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Grenell: Documents Will Show Intel Officials Who Warned About Steele Dossier Were Ignored

Richard Grenell, the former acting director of national intelligence, said Wednesday that U.S. intelligence officials who expressed doubts early in the Trump-Russia investigation about the infamous Steele dossier were ignored. In an interview on Newsmax TV, Grenell said that documents that have yet to be released will show that career intelligence officials pointed to red flags about the dossier, which ...

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