Friday’s interview is not the only time Barr raised the issue of the Obama administration’s failure to respond to Russian attempts at election interference.
Svetlana Lokhova’s lawsuit exposed the outline intelligence operatives used to spread the Russia collusion fiction. It also revealed the United Kingdom assisted in the plot development.
Svetlana Lokhova’s complaint now raises the question of whether the efforts to spy on the Trump campaign date back even further, to late 2015 or early 2016.
Kathleen Kavalec’s notes provide at least four more pieces of proof to the already-conclusive case of FISA abuse and wrongful government targeting.
Carter Page’s revelation that he remained in touch with Steve Bannon and others during the transition period and following Trump’s inauguration raises a much larger question.
When Barr testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, he provided many clues to the wide-ranging scope of malfeasance the Department of Justice is now investigating.
While Americans remain split over whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump committed crimes, there should be a consensus on James Comey’s handling of both matters.
Last week’s testimony by Attorney General William Barr confirmed these blunders and bared additional concerns with the probe into Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election.
Not once does Robert Mueller mention an investigation into whether Russia interfered with the presidential election by feeding dossier author Christopher Steele misinformation.
Today, in a 6-1 decision, the Kansas Supreme Court held in Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt that the state constitution guarantees a right to abortion.
After two years and spending an estimated $35 million, Robert Mueller issued a 448-page report that ignored the governing special counsel regulations.
Democrats and the media seem oblivious to the implication of their attacks: Barr’s supposed lack of independence would justify a second special counsel.
A close look at recent filings in the CNN open records lawsuit against the FBI suggests that the DOJ has already closed senators’ criminal referral of Christopher Steele.
Recently released transcripts of congressional testimony now raise the specter that the FBI also used Nellie Ohr’s opposition research in the FISA applications.
These new revelations raise fresh concerns that, with the approval of the FBI, foreign governments were meddling in the 2016 election.
The irony could not be richer. Within days of Mueller’s report exposing the mainstream media as highly paid scandalmongers, a USA Today editor branded The Federalist ‘not reliable.’
Now that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has closed the door on Russian collusion hysteria, let’s take a look back at the Most Mistaken Men and Women in America.
Ignored in the wake of Robert Mueller’s report is the reality that none of the charges related to the purported collusion with Russia or criminal conduct connected to Trump or the election.
If Crossfire Hurricane was the only investigation launched by FBI headquarters, who initiated the earlier investigation using informant Stefan Halper?
And Lisa Page’s testimony creates yet a bigger problem since her statement contradicts DOJ lawyer Bruce Ohr’s testimony to the House committee.
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