Several individuals connected to a 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign plot to cast Donald Trump as a covert Kremlin collaborator are working in high-level jobs within the Biden administration — including at least two senior Biden appointees cited by Special Counsel John Durham in his “active (and) ongoing” criminal investigation of the scheme, according to recently filed court documents.Continue reading “Here are the senior Biden officials entangled in Durham’s criminal Russiagate probe”
The Pulitzer Prize Board has refused to rescind the awards it presented to The New York Times and The Washington Post for their reporting on ‘Russiagate’ despite a blatant lack of evidence.Continue reading “U.S. media outlets retain Pulitzers for dubious ‘Russiagate’ stories”
- There are now a fair number of documentations’ showing that Stefan Halper ‘may have made clear misstatements to the FBI,’ the court said.
- The study, which was shared with NBC News ahead of its publication, logged and analyzed the motives of 417 Capitol rioters, all of whom have been charged in relation to Jan. 6.
- Department used last-minute privacy concerns to halt release, then ignored direct order from president to make memos public.
U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta agreed Friday with defendant Peter Navarro, a former economic adviser to President Donald Trump, that his abrupt arrest by the FBI at Reagan National Airport last month for contempt of Congress was bizarre.Continue reading “Obama-appointed judge agrees: FBI arrest of Peter Navarro ‘curious’”
The January 6 committee’s key witness, Cassidy Hutchinson, called the committee “bs” in a text message obtained exclusively by the Daily Caller.Continue reading “Text messages show Cassidy Hutchinson referring to January 6 Committee as ‘BS’”
- Lisa Page, as an FBI lawyer in 2017, wrote “talking points” for Director James Comey ahead of a briefing to Congress — a memo now exposed for its deceptions. Her lawyer, Amy Jeffress, is the wife of the judge for the trial of recently acquitted ex-Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann.
Just days before 2016 Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann met with the FBI over alleged Trump-Russia collusion — inspired by what he described as his desire to be a concerned citizen — Sussmann bought and billed the campaign for two flash drives on which he stored data that he presented to the bureau, a prosecution witness testified Wednesday.Continue reading “Sussmann billed the purchase of flash drives to Clinton campaign days before giving them to FBI”
The Boston Globe put it this way: “Kerry is quietly seeking to salvage Iran deal he helped craft.”Continue reading “ACLJ obtains new memo in State Department lawsuit unveiling unreported Obama-era officials’ secret meeting with Iran’s Zarif during Trump Administration”