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.
Listen to Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi discuss 2020, tariffs, and James Comey’s denial of spying.
The New York Times admitted on Thursday that the Obama administration deployed multiple spies against the Trump campaign in 2016, confirming recent comments by Attorney General William Barr that ‘spying did occur’ during the campaign.
Democrats and the media seem oblivious to the implication of their attacks: Barr’s supposed lack of independence would justify a second special counsel.
Joe Scarborough would have you believe that these actions are completely typical and normal, that informants are placed against campaigns all the time. If that’s true, who else are they doing it against?
‘I’m not talking about the FBI necessarily, but intelligence agencies more broadly,’ Barr said.
The attorney general plans to review the “genesis and the conduct” of the FBI’s investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Huawei is trying to avail itself of rights China would never confer on its own corporations in a bid to thwart America’s national security interests.
As a federal employee, he faced no charges from Obama’s FBI for lying under oath, and as a private citizen, he gets paid to spin his own crimes on television.
By building a 5G network backed by Chinese tech, Sprint and T-Mobile could help the Chinese government spy on American communications.
More than 70 foreign nationals working as spies for the CIA in Iran and China were systematically identified and slaughtered in the past decade, thanks to agency negligence.
Cambridge professor Christopher Andrew has written ‘The Secret World: A History of Intelligence,’ a book that despite a few flaws, proves to be a definitive account of the role of clandestine intelligence gathering played in world history.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s warm relationship with and advocacy for Communist China go back decades and involve millions, if not billions, of dollars.
The FBI’s greedy use of exemptions left nearly all the significant details redacted. But we can still learn a few things from this non-transparent ‘disclosure.’
Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s office was infiltrated by a Chinese spy who worked as her driver and attended official functions on her behalf for 20 years, reports Politico.
All the evidence revealed so far points toward the conclusion that Maria Butina probably wasn’t a spy or even much of a successful agent of a foreign power.
After a year of alarming revelations, the media are still more interested in proving the Trump campaign treasonously colluded with Russia than wrestling with the fact that the FBI spied on a presidential campaign.
If you’re a journalist coving the U.S.-North Korea nuclear summit, don’t use USB devices from a stranger, because China is spying on you.
The decision to use Stefan Halper as an informant instead of a messenger cannot possibly be considered a favor to the Trump campaign. It’s as insulting as it is ridiculous to assert.
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