• Illegitimate POTUS

    The illegitimate POTUS will now try to ram a SCOTUS nominee through before Nov. So much for that McConnell rule. Calling on two principled Republicans to stand up against tyranny.

  • This is America

    This is America.

  • A review of various actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice in advance of the 2016 election

    Conclusions

  • Senate releases unredacted Strzok-Page texts showing FBI initiated MULTIPLE SPIES in Trump campaign in December 2015

    The US Senate today released over 500 pages of information related to the Spygate scandal.

  • FBI spying on Trump started in London, earlier than thought: New texts implicate Obama White House

    • The bridge to the Russia investigation wasn’t erected in Moscow during the summer of the 2016 election
  • Obama activated Stefan Halper as a government contractor at start of primaries

    The Obama administration set up Trump campaign spy Stefan Halper’s government contractor account on October 21, 2015, just as the Iowa caucus campaign was getting underway.

  • ‘Probably beyond Watergate’

    Well it is like Watergate in the sense that you had a break in at the democratic headquarters, in this case a virtual one, not a physical break in, and you had a president as part of a cover up and here you have a president doing a different kind of cover up.

    You have a president peddling these falsehoods and you have essentially people putting out propaganda like Rudy Giuliani to further that fiction. It is, I think, of a size and scope probably beyond Watergate, just not the Watergate the president is referring to.

    Adam Schiff, ABC News

  • Trump’s pee-tape alibi is falling apart

    Here’s a riddle for you: more than a year into his presidency, why has Donald Trump continued to treat Russia with the sort of respect and deference that U.S. allies, Barack Obama, kneeling N.F.L. players, the mayor of San Juan, Mika Brzezinski, CNN, Rod Rosenstein, Andrew McCabe, The New York Times, NAFTA, sanctuary cities, and a large segment of the American public can only dream of? Since taking office 15 months ago, the president of the United States has leaked information about a classified Israeli intelligence operation to two Russian envoys; hesitated to blame the Kremlin for [the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy; exploded with rage when he found out the U.S. had expelled more Russian diplomats than European countries following the incident; congratulated Vladimir Putin on a totally unexpected election victory against the wishes of senior officials; and assured Russian officials that plans for sanctions announced by U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley — in response to the Kremlin’s support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, whose actions have been likened by Trump to those of an “animal” — were never gonna happen. In attempting to crack the case of the Eastern European country’s strange grip on its little American babushka doll, some have pointed to Trump’s business interests, while others have chalked it up to the current president’s well-documented obsession with oligarchs. Yet others have consistently come back to the idea that Russia has something on the president that he doesn’t want to get out. Could it be, say, video evidence that he witnessed Russian prostitutes peeing in a bed once slept in by his predecessor? Reason and logic tells us this cannot be possible … and yet, on Monday, a new report nudged the impossible a hair closer in the direction of credibility!

  • Comey says it’s ‘possible’ Trump was with ‘prostitutes peeing on each other’ in Moscow in 2013

    • The former FBI Director James Comey says it’s “possible” one of the most salacious allegations in a dossier about President Donald Trump’s ties to Russia is true.
    • The dossier includes an unverified claim that Trump had prostitutes pee on a hotel bed where President Barack Obama once slept in Moscow.
    • Comey seemed astonished that he couldn’t rule out Trump having prostitutes pee on a bed to spite Obama.
    • Comey is on a media tour to promote a new book in which he describes a tumultuous time working under Trump.
  • Jeff Flake warns of impeachment if Trump fires Mueller

    (CNN) — Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, tweeted Tuesday that if the President were to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, the “only constitutional remedy is after the fact, through impeachment.”

  • ‘Strong evidence’ of ‘clear’ Russian collusion

    In our investigation we saw strong evidence of collusion. The Republicans now are choosing to bury it. I don’t know what you call it when the Russians make multiple approaches to members of the Trump family, the Trump organization, the Trump campaign, to offer and preview dirt on Hillary Clinton, where the candidate stands in front of a public crowd and says Russia you’ll be rewarded if you hack her deleted emails, and then once Russia does it, the campaign doesn’t report to law enforcement its prior contacts with Russia, they actually amplify through social media the candidate’s own words what Russia hacked. I … I think that is … uh … that’s clear collusion. But there’s also evidence that the public has not yet seen that we think if we release our transcripts they would also find as.

    Eric Swalwall, interviewed on CNN by Wolf Blitzer

  • House Democrats say there’s ‘significant evidence’ of collusion between Trump campaign and Russia, push back on GOP report

    Democrats on the House intelligence committee are sharply disagreeing with Republicans on the panel who say they don’t see any evidence of collusion or coordination between President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia.

  • Democrats releasing report of Russia probe leads that should be followed, says Rep. Adam Schiff

    After Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee announced they were wrapping up the year-long investigation into Russian meddling into the 2016 U.S. presidential election, ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff says that Democrats are releasing their own report of leads and witnesses that should be followed up. Schiff joins John Yang to offer his view on the probe and urgent work left undone.

  • Trump’s real scandal is hiding in plain sight

    • The emphasis placed on whether the Trump team colluded with Russia to interfere in the election threatens to overshadow the scandal in plain sight.
  • Fake president in the Oval Office

    The more we learn about 2016 election the more ILLEGITIMATE it becomes. America deserves to know whether we have a FAKE President in the Oval Office #RussianInterference

  • 2016 election was illegitimate

    The more we learn about 2016 election the more ILLEGITIMATE it becomes. America deserves to know whether we have a FAKE President in the Oval Office #RussianInterference

    Hakeem Jeffries, via 𝕏

  • Adam Schiff: There is ‘ample evidence’ of collusion between Trump campaign, Russians

    WASHINGTON — There is “ample evidence” that the Trump campaign colluded with Russians, but only special counsel Robert Mueller can decide if it’s enough to prove a crime beyond a reasonable doubt, the senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said Wednesday.

  • Fake president

    Fake President’s name-calling skills have really fallen off the ledge. Little Adam? LAME

  • Phony, corrupt, fake liar

    Not sure how much longer we can take this phony & corrupt Fake President lying to the American people

  • House Republicans release four-page Nunes memo accusing FBI of abusing surveillance authority

    Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee released their controversial four-page memo (posted below), despite protests from Democrats, who say the release is an attempt to protect President Trump from the investigations into his alleged relationship with Russia.