- Recent revelations from the Flynn case fit an emerging, more general pattern of questionable prosecutorial tactics.
- Susan Rice’s bizarre Inauguration Day email about that meeting helps explain the campaign of leaks, lies, and obstruction that followed.
(TNS) Attorney General William Barr gave a wide-ranging interview to Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on Wednesday, in which he discussed a great many things and provided lots of insight into various subjects.Continue reading “AG Barr on Spygate probe: ‘One of the greatest travesties in American history’ was committed against Donald Trump”
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So is the BLOTUS pushing this drug HYDROXYCHLOROQUIN in the hopes that IF it works, he will get nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? pic.twitter.com/sVElPc4bUgHippieChick (@kathy_markovich) April 6, 2020
- Flynn collusion ruled out, Steele dossier debunked in January 2017, more than two years before Mueller announced it.
A three-judge appeals court panel has ruled that House Democrats can obtain grand-jury material that was redacted in Robert Mueller’s special counsel report.Continue reading “Lid comes off! Now Dems can see redacted secrets in Mueller report”
Rep. Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, thinks the FBI’s Trump-Russia probe began before the agency’s publicly stated July 2016 start date.Continue reading “GOP Rep. Nunes believes FBI probe into Trump campaign began in late 2015, not 2016”
Democrats already have lined up possible charges if they choose to pursue impeachment 2.0.Continue reading “Impeachment 2.0? Democrats line up possible new charges against Trump”
Among the most puzzling defenses of President Trump is this particular script, beloved of Republican lawmakers: “The Democrats have been trying to impeach this president since before he was sworn into office.” Trumpites like to deliver it with high ferocity and little variation.Continue reading “Republicans wanted to impeach Trump from the start”