A former FBI agent who served as one of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s top intelligence committee staffers is rumored to be the man currently directing efforts to defend an unverified dossier peddled by Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele.
The press has played an active role in the Trump-Russia collusion story since its inception. It helped birth it.
‘I’ve been watching the Clintons work for 30 years. That’s all the evidence I need,’ my dad told me months ago about the Russia story. The evidence is increasingly proving him right.
Democrats and media are trying to deflect from the House memo by saying the Russia investigation really started in July 2016. That argument doesn’t work in their favor.
Don’t be fooled by Comey’s emo Twitter feed. As the investigation into FISA abuse goes deeper, questions about the FBI under Comey are stacking up.
Details from government documents confirm there was inadequate verification of a partisan dossier used to justify surveillance of a Trump campaign affiliate.
The memo asserts the FBI and DOJ scrubbed the Steele dossier of relevant political context when presenting it to the FISA court as a basis for a surveillance warrant.
Baier interviewed the House Intelligence Committee chairman just hours after his committee released a four-page memo alleging FBI abuse of a FISA court.
This 2016 election has been corrupted by partisanship. Until we get to the bottom of how the FBI obtained FISA warrants, the questions will fester.
People and organizations that Americans trust for information have a consistent pattern of brazenly running cover for the Democrat Party.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) on Thursday said the Judiciary committee would no longer be able to interview Jared Kushner as part of its investigation.
The FBI and Department of Justice have fought requests from congressional investigators for information tooth and nail, and the particulars of how they used the dossier remain unknown to most Americans.
Sen. Chuck Grassley on Friday referred to DOJ a criminal investigation of Christopher Steele, the author of the infamous dossier alleging collusion between Trump and the Russian government, for providing false information to federal authorities about his activities.
On this episode of Federalist Radio, Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi hash out all the latest outrages between Trump, the media, and their echo chambers.
In Fusion GPS’ vague telling, they’ve been nothing but forthright with congressional investigative committees, which came as news to those committees.
How do the media handle dramatic updates that counter their narrative? This week, text messages sent by Peter Strzok, a chief investigator of the Clinton and Russia collusion probes, were released to Congress.
Court documents reveal the opposition research firm at the heart of the Russia collusion case hired the spouse of a newly demoted Justice Department official to dig up dirt on Trump.
Did the Washington Post omit significant information about the people behind both the Russian dossier and the Clinton campaign’s opposition research?
A court filing from the U.S. district court for DC shows that Fusion GPS paid several journalists and was paid by a media organization.
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