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Mueller: We Couldn’t Prove Trump’s Innocence, So We Just Assumed His Guilt

If America’s legal system assumes innocence until proven guilty, then Mueller, his crew and the Democrat party, have corrupted it to a frightening level. What happened to the venerated assumption of innocence until proven guilty? Democrats and the leftist press repeatedly state that the president isn’t above the law, so they claim his automatic guilt despite the absence of corroborating ...

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Act One of The Russian Hoax Is Over. Now, Act Two: Investigating the Investigators

After two years and 30 million dollars,2800 subpoenas,500 witnesses interviewed 19 lawyers and 40 FBI agents, Mueller’s report showed no collusion and no obstruction by Trump. Now to go after the real guilty parties Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Strzuk, Page and Loretta Lynch and of course the chief ring leader Hillary. At a hastily arranged Wednesday press conference, Special Counsel Robert ...

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Nadler Responds To Mueller: ‘Falls To Congress To Respond To The Crimes’

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler responded to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s first public remarks since his report was released, hinting that it is likely Mueller will be subpoenaed to testify in front of Congress. In a statement released by Nadler after Mueller’s press conference at the Department Of Justice, Nadler thanked Mueller for his service and said that “although Department ...

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Lindsey Graham: Obama Officials Worried About Being ‘Exposed’ By Declassification

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham asserted Sunday that the former government officials pushing back on President Trump’s order to declassify Russia probe documents “are worried about being exposed for taking the law into their own hands.” In an interview on “Fox News Sunday” with Chris Wallace, Graham also argued that Democrats are unconcerned with whether the FBI misled the ...

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Ex-CIA Officials Fume About Declassification Order, Ignoring Previous Leaks Of Secret Sources And Methods

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John Brennan and other intelligence community operatives are circling the wagons against President Trump’s declassification directive, claiming that it could expose top-secret sources and methods used in the Trump-Russia probe But Brennan’s complaint may be misplaced given that virtually all of the significant leaks about sources and methods used in the investigation have been given to left-leaning news outlets In ...

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Trump ‘Hopes’ Barr Scrutinizes British And Australian Role In ‘Hoax’ Investigation

President Trump said Friday that he hopes that the attorney general looks at the roles played by the British, Australian, and Ukrainian governments in the investigation of the Trump campaign Trump called out the allied governments when asked about his decision to authorize Barr to declassify a slew of documents related to the origins of the Russia probe ‘I hope ...

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Cambridge Academic Linked To Michael Flynn Sues Stefan Halper

A Cambridge academic is suing FBI informant Stefan Halper and several major news organizations for defamation Svetlana Lokhova is accusing Halper of planting false information about her brief interactions in 2014 with Michael Flynn during an event at Cambridge Lokhova was the subject of several stories in 2017 that suggested she had improper contacts with Flynn. She believes that Halper, ...

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Trump Gives Attorney General Authority To Declassify Russia Probe Documents

President Donald Trump has directed the heads of several government agencies to cooperate with Attorney General William Barr’s investigation of the origins of the Russia probe. In a memo sent out Thursday, Trump also authorized Barr to declassify documents related to the Russia investigation. The memo grants Barr the authority to “declassify, downgrade, or direct the declassification or downgrading of ...

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House Intel, DOJ Strike Deal Over Counterintelligence Documents

The House Intelligence Committee struck a deal late Tuesday with the Justice Department to avoid a subpoena fight over classified documents related to the Mueller probe. California Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the panel, said that the Justice Department has agreed to turn over twelve categories of counterintelligence and foreign intelligence materials starting this week. DOJ has accepted our ...

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Meadows Says Declassification Of Russia Probe Documents Is ‘Right Around The Corner’

North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows said that important documents relating to the origins of the counterintelligence investigation into President Donald Trump’s campaign will be released soon on Monday. In an appearance on Fox News, the House Oversight Committee member responded to the former committee chair Trey Gowdy’s comments that the FBI possibly withheld “game-changing” evidence regarding the origins of ...

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Brennan And Comey Turn On Each Other

A dispute between two leading figures in the deep state has erupted. As pressure from Attorney General Barr’s team intensifies, things are getting rather uncomfortable for former CIA director John Brennan and ex-FBI chief James Comey. Per Townhall: As a result, they’re already turning on each other and doing their best to get ahead of an investigative report from Department ...

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Gowdy: FBI Has Papadopoulos Transcripts That Are Potential ‘Game-Changer’

Former South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy said Sunday that he is aware of a potentially game-changing evidence in the FBI’s Russia probe regarding George Papadopoulos, the former Trump campaign adviser. During an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” Gowdy indicated that he has seen FBI transcripts related to Papadopoulos which contain potentially exculpatory information on the question of possible ...

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Ex-FBI Lawyer Claims He Was ‘Concerned’ With Steele Dossier, But Still Used It To Get Carter Page Spy Warrant

Former FBI general counsel James Baker said Friday that he viewed the Steele dossier “skeptically” and was “concerned” about the veracity of the document when the bureau received it before the 2016 election. But despite those concerns, Baker was one of the FBI officials who reviewed the Carter Page surveillance warrant application, which relied heavily on information from the dossier. ...

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Barr: ‘Very Unusual’ For FBI To Rely On Steele Dossier Given ‘Clear Mistakes’

Attorney General William Barr said in an interview that aired Friday that he is investigating what role the Steele dossier played in the Russia probe, and that the salacious document had “a number of clear mistakes.” “It’s a very unusual situation to have opposition research like that, especially one that on its face had a number of clear mistakes and ...

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