While Sidney Powell’s latest motion barely comprised two pages, the implications are multi-pronged and monumental.
Three top senators blasted the intel community inspector general on Wednesday, demanding for a third time that he tell the truth about secret whistleblower rule changes.
Michael Atkinson acknowledged that his office secretly changed key whistleblower forms and rules in September, but refused to explain to lawmakers why those changes were backdated to August.
The anti-Trump whistleblower and his CIA colleagues actively colluded with House Democrats before filing a complaint with the inspector general.
In a recently declassified letter from Michael Atkinson, we learn that his investigation didn’t even include a review of the phone transcript at the core of the entire complaint.
The problem is not altering the directions to comply with the statute. It is that the instruction suggests the inspector general’s office changed its policy to get Trump.
Clinton once claimed that if Trump refused to accept the 2016 election results, it would be a “direct threat to our democracy.” Now she’s threatening democracy, according to her own definition.
The documents clearly show the process was changed, and the previously explicit requirements for first-hand information were suddenly eliminated.
With each new court filing, the public learns more about the government’s manipulation of Trump’s former national security advisor, Michael Flynn.
The Intelligence Community Inspector General released a statement admitting the office changed their forms for whistleblowers during the timeframe an anonymous person filed such a form against President Trump.
Federal records show that the intelligence community secretly revised the formal whistleblower complaint form in August 2019 to eliminate the requirement of direct, first-hand knowledge of wrongdoing.
‘This was another case without a crime—brought by prosecutors who were willing to criminalize innocent behavior in furtherance of their own agenda,’ says Sidney Powell.
We now know more of the strands of SpyGate that Sidney Powell has weaved together since taking over as Michael Flynn’s defense attorney a few short months ago.
Lawyer Sidney Powell’s bigger plan is to expose the breadth and depth of SpyGate and how flaying Michael Flynn lay at the heart of the soft coup attempt.
What should have been a quick hearing turned into a 45-minute preview of Sidney Powell’s plan to combat what she characterized as egregious government misconduct.
The question is whether Michael Flynn was affected by efforts to get Trump, and whether Judge Sullivan will keep him from reviewing the evidence that could prove prosecutorial misconduct.
Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., alleges Fusion GPS worked to intimidate and harass him over his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Disgraced Trump investigator Peter Strzok probably won’t get tossed out of court right away. But once litigation proceeds, Strzok’s claims will be on shaky grounds.
The FBI released 34 pages of notes, known as “302s,” of its interviews with Bruce Ohr, the DOJ official who met with Christopher Steele.
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