At its most basic, Alex Vindman thinks that bureaucrats have the right to substitute their judgment for that of the American people. None of us chose Vindman or his colleagues.
It isn’t Carter Page who should be apologizing to his family for what they’ve gone through. It’s the Crossfire Hurricane team, the members of the special counsel team, and the press.
There’s absolutely no way it was all a convoluted Rube Goldberg of an attempt to wrest power from the duly elected president, because that would be too insane even for fiction.
Senate insiders obviously coordinated with allies in the media to spin the 1,000-page report in a desperate effort to revive the Russian collusion hoax.
That the majority of the D.C. Circuit cannot see that Judge Sullivan has a vendetta against Michael Flynn makes one wonder if they are blinded to their own bias as well?
Here’s a run-down of the items Democrats want to pretend never happened by ignoring them during convention season.
FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith’s guilty plea suggests another area ripe for inquiry: FBI Agent Stephen Somma’s misrepresentation of Trump campaign details to a secret federal court.
Because they were co-conspirators in the hoax, too many in the corporate media are serving as obstacles to holding the FBI and other powerful government agencies accountable for their actions.
Lies about collusion in 2016 were weaponized and spread through the federal government and the media, damaging the Trump campaign.
Kevin Clinesmith ‘put my very life at risk,’ Carter Page told The Federalist on Friday, after Clinesmith was charged by DOJ with fabricating evidence to justify illegal spy warrants against Page.
Over the three hours she testified, Sally Yates proved herself ignorant of basic facts and ready to dissemble rather than admit that the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign.
The fact that John Durham’s findings could play a role in how some Americans think about a particular person or party should not dissuade Durham from releasing them before the election.
Getting answers to Sen. Chuck Grassley’s questions will help expose some of the breadth and depth of the greatest political scandal our country has ever faced, but so much more is required.
A DOJ attorney’s downplaying of the evidence of prosecutorial misconduct only cements in the public’s mind the idea that career federal prosecutors are part of the swamp.
In his 70-plus-page brief, retired Judge John Gleeson gave Judge Emmet Sullivan exactly what he wanted: a political hit on Trump that the press could parlay into a new faux scandal.
‘For the first time in American history, police organizations and the National Security organizations were used to spy on a campaign,’ Barr said.
Sasse had a meltdown over congressional oversight of the Russian collusion hoax on Thursday, but was quickly smacked down in bipartisan fashion.
The newly released transcripts should cause longtime federal Judge Emmet Sullivan to realize the error of his way and immediately dismiss the charges against Michael Flynn.
Twenty legal luminaries led by Harvard professor Laurence Tribe have written a brief urging Judge Emmet Sullivan to reject the government’s motion to dismiss the Michael Flynn case.
Emmet Sullivan’s order welcoming amicus curiae briefs in a criminal case would cause a reasonable person to question Judge Sullivan’s impartiality.
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