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Beto O’Rourke Calls For Mandatory Buybacks Of ‘Assault Weapons,’ Nationwide Gun Licensing Program

Beto O’Rourke on Friday called for mandatory buybacks of so-called assault weapons, and a nationwide gun licensing program. The Democratic presidential candidate unveiled his five-point plan a day after he announced a reset of his campaign. O’Rourke, who is polling in the low single digits, suspended his campaign after a mass shooting in his hometown of El Paso on Aug. ...

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Bruce Ohr Gave His Wife’s Fusion GPS Research To The FBI. Here Are The Documents

Bruce Ohr provided the FBI with research that his wife, Nellie, did on behalf of opposition research firm Fusion GPS The Justice Department recently provided some of those documents to Judicial Watch, the conservative watchdog group One of the documents is a spreadsheet that identifies 80 individuals with purported links to Donald Trump and Russian businessmen Nellie Ohr kept tabs ...

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Here Are Four Dubious Claims In Bruce Ohr’s FBI Notes

Bruce Ohr’s FBI interview notes contain at least four dubious allegations that Christopher Steele and Glenn Simpson provided the Justice Department official. Ohr relayed details of his interactions with Steele and Simpson during 12 separate debriefings in 2016 and 2017. The Justice Department provided the notes to Judicial Watch on Aug. 8. Justice Department official Bruce Ohr relayed at least ...

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Even Vox Says Warren, Harris Were Wrong To Say Michael Brown Was Murdered By White Cop

Liberal website Vox.com on Monday called out Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris for falsely claiming that former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson murdered Michael Brown during an incident that sparked the Black Lives Matter movement. On Friday, the five year anniversary of Brown’s death, Warren alleged that Wilson, who is white, “murdered” Brown during an Aug. 9, ...

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William Barr Has A Message For Jeffrey Epstein’s Co-Conspirators

Attorney General William Barr said Monday that he was “appalled” by Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent suicide over the weekend, but urged that the millionaire pedophile’s co-conspirators “should not rest easy.” “This sex trafficking case was very important to the Department of Justice and to me personally,” Barr said during a speech before the National Fraternal Order of Police in New Orleans. ...

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Bruce Ohr Documents Undercut FBI Claims In Carter Page FISAs

Justice Department official Bruce Ohr told the FBI in November 2016 about meetings between dossier author Christopher Steele and a reporter who published a story about the former British spy’s allegations against Carter Page The disclosure poses a potential problem for the FBI, which asserted in surveillance warrants against Page that the bureau did not believe that Steele provided information ...

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CNN Sympathetically Profiled Illegal Immigrant Dodging Deportation — 8 Months Later, He Killed A Man

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An illegal immigrant who received positive press coverage during his fight against deportation earlier this year, struck and killed a father of five in Colorado last Friday while driving without a license. According to press reports, Miguel Ramirez Valiente was charged with careless driving with a revoked license after he over-corrected his truck while driving on a state highway near ...

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Justice Department Releases Bruce Ohr Interview Notes

The Justice Department on Thursday released partially redacted transcripts of interviews that Bruce Ohr conducted with the FBI after his contacts with Christopher Steele, the author of the infamous anti-Trump dossier. Ohr, who served as deputy assistant general in the Justice Department, had numerous contacts with Steele during and after the 2016 election regarding as part of an investigation into ...

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Andrew McCabe Sues FBI, DOJ Over Firing

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe sued the Justice Department and FBI on Thursday for his firing last year, which he says was politically-motivated retribution for failing to support President Trump. In the complaint, McCabe accuses the Justice Department and FBI of “unlawful retaliation for his refusal to pledge allegiance to a single man,” a reference to President Trump. On ...

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Republicans Won’t Buy Twitter Ads Over ‘Inexcusable Targeting’ Of Mitch McConnell

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The Republican National Committee, Trump campaign, and two Republican congressional committees all said Thursday they will not advertise on Twitter after the social media site locked Mitch McConnell’s campaign account for posting a video drawing attention to an activist condoning violence outside the senator’s house earlier this week. On Wednesday, Twitter acknowledged temporarily suspending the McConnell campaign’s account, @Team_Mitch, for ...

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4 Dead In Southern California Stabbing Spree

A 33-year-old man was arrested Wednesday and charged with stabbing four people to death during a crime spree outside Los Angeles. According to local news reports, the spree began shortly before 4:30 p.m. with a burglary at an apartment building in Garden Grove, Calif. The suspect was arrested hours later outside of a 7-11, where he had fatally stabbed a ...

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Twitter Locked McConnell Campaign’s Account For Posting Video Of Protesters Outside Senator’s Home

Twitter forced at least three accounts, including that of Mitch McConnell’s campaign, to remove video of protesters calling for violence outside the senator’s home The social media site confirmed to The Daily Caller News Foundation that it locked the three accounts, claiming that the video violated the company’s “violent threats policy” McConnell’s campaign chairman blasted Twitter, for blocking video that ...

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MSNBC Analyst Uses Numerology To Link Trump’s Decision To Fly Flags At Half-Mast To Neo-Nazism

A former FBI assistant director used numerology on MSNBC Monday to link neo-Nazism to President Donald Trump’s decision to fly flags at half-mast to honor the victims of shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. Frank Figluizzi floated the unsubstantiated conspiracy theory during an interview with Brian Williams. Figluizzi, an MSNBC contributor, said Trump’s decision will appeal to neo-Nazis ...

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FBI Fired Four Employees Over Leaks Since 2016, Investigated 10 More

The FBI investigated 14 employees for unauthorized leaks since 2016, and fired four Judicial Watch released documents of the investigations on Tuesday In several cases, FBI employees were recommended for termination but received lenient punishment, such as suspension without pay The Federal Bureau of Investigation investigated at least 14 employees since 2016 for unauthorized disclosures of bureau information, and fired ...

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