Richard Burr will be stepping down as chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee after the FBI ramped up its investigation into insider trading.
A close reading of the report—or at least those portions of the report that could be read—cements the reality that the FBI intentionally snowed the FISA court to spy on Donald Trump.
The report is yet another reminder of how the committee helped Democrats and other critics of President Donald Trump perpetuate the now-debunked theory that Trump was a secret Russian agent.
A week after the transactions, the economy began to take a sharp turn, and the stock market has declined about 30 percent since.
Burr already let the country down by being AWOL and worse during the Russia collusion hoax that was perpetrated on the country.
From the start, this was a story the media had no interest in covering. Now it is apparent that our political class has no interest in probing it.
In his prepared statement, James Comey admits that President Trump was not being investigated, that Comey told the president and Congress as much, and that Comey deliberately refused to inform the public of those facts.
The written testimony of former FBI Director James Comey discusses five conversations he had with Donald Trump, beginning on January 6.
If the Senate wants to find the truth, it would ask James Comey to sit down with Robert Mueller first, and save the public testimony for some other time.
Maybe the CIA interrogation program was a moral disaster for the country. But the Senate Democrats’ torture report didn’t bring us any closer to the truth.
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