[Washington Examiner] A former top CIA official warned of dire consequences from the Justice Department's review of the origins of the Russia investigation.
As part of the "investigation into the investigators," U.S. Attorney John Durham's team reportedly wants to talk to at least one senior CIA counterintelligence official and a senior CIA analyst who examined Russia's role in meddling in the 2016 election.
The review is not a criminal inquiry, but should Durham find criminal activity he can take prosecutorial action. Top CIA officials are said to be anxious over the federal prosecutor's efforts.
Michael Morell, who was deputy director of the CIA during the Obama administration, said Durham's interest in speaking to a CIA analyst concerns him.
"I see no problem with a DOJ review of whether the CIA and other intelligence community agencies lived up to their legal and regulatory responsibilities related to how they handled any information related to U.S. persons ‐ U.S. citizens and U.S. nationals," Morell told CBS News, where he is now a senior national security contributor.
"I see no problem with a DOJ review of whether the CIA and other intelligence community agencies lived up to their legal and regulatory responsibilities related to how they handled any information related to U.S. persons"
Review? It's about possible sedition, maybe treason, and skullduggery by the DS to nullify an election. It's about "insurance policies" to make certain that happened
So the high crime cities would not help ICE, big deal. They are totally ineffective now. The only tool the Democrats have is the large mouth. The only thing the Democrats will do is stall and delay.
Full press on by media and left in their efforts to stop Trump at whatever he does. His will, will not be broken. He wants results. No results he will press on ;if I understand the man, our president.
Nancy sez a legitimately elected should be in jail and people here illegaly should run amuck. A week ago she raid she was done w/Trump but Frday she calls him. She aĺso sez DOJ Barr should be arrested, for no reason. Debased.
The man just raised 24 million in 24 hours. Some of that will pay well for a sustained media campaign showing the Donks supporting those who murder, rape, and rob Americans. Pelosi and Schemer are making the ads for not just Trump's reelection, but taking back control of the House.
They're shutting it down because the Oregon State Patrol is unable/unwilling to drag these guys back, and they don't dare admit that the idea is so bad that they know they can't get it passed. So we come up with some BS 'militia threat', and we know the rubes will buy that.
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The Dems did the same damn thing in Wisconsin and in Texas. Why is it not okay for Republicans to copy a tactic from the Democrats?
How co-incidental, that the Strib jumped on this story that they've known about for 3 years, less than a week after an email was published with donk spin-meisters saying 'shut the story down like we do with the Strib'.
Someone here called Minneapolis, "Moscow on the Mississippi", but Pravda was never this lame.
[Breitbart] In an interview with GirlBoss Radio released Wednesday, longshot 2020 White House candidate Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) declared twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was "the most qualified, capable person ever to run for president." I doubt we've seen the last of the Hildebeest.
And all this time I've been thinking that George Washington (a/k/a The Indispensable Man a/k/a The Man Who Would Not Be KIng a/k/a The Father of His Country, described by a contemporary as "First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen") had some pretty solid qualifications, but that's just me.
[BREITBART] Virginia’s Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax (D) is not deterred by the sexual assault allegations leveled against him, saying he is still "thinking seriously" about a gubernatorial run in 2021.
The embattled Democrat told news hounds at a roundtable discussion on Thursday he was "hopeful" about his political future, especially given how the allegations have raised his profile across the commonwealth.
"Many people a year ago would not have recognized me, now they really do," Fairfax said. "People come up to me at gas stations, they say, ’Hey, we recognize you. We love you. We know what they are saying about you is false.'"
"I’m very hopeful about the future," he added. "We’ve gotten a lot of encouragement about future political steps. I’m thinking very seriously about 2021."
First elected in 2017, Fairfax was widely expected to succeed incumbent Gov. Ralph Coonman Northam ...Governor of Virginia, another Dem Great White Hope. He won election by calling his Publican opponent Ed Gillespie a racist, but then, don't they all?... this year when the latter was embroiled in a blackface scandal. Hope for a smooth succession, however, was dashed when two women came forward to accuse him of sexual assaulting them in the mid-2000s.
Fairfax strongly denied the allegations. No, no! Certainly not! even hinting they were part of a smear campaign organized by Northam to save his governorship. In February, Fairfax compared himself to victims of lynching for the lack of due process he’s received since the allegations were made public. Despite the stringent defense, an overwhelming majority of the Democrat Party’s leadership in Virginia and nationally has called on him to step down.
Fairfax’s accusers, on the other hand, have lamented the lack of "action" since they came forward. Meredith Watson, who alleged that Fairfax raped her while both were students at Duke University, explicitly questioned why the Virginia General Assembly has not moved to investigate the allegations.
"I want some action from the Virginia legislature," Watson said in April. "I want the people of Virginia to know the truth, and I would like the Virginia legislature to do the right thing."
The accusations would likely be a big obstacle if Fairfax were to launch a bid for governor. Not only has Fairfax’s fundraising shrunk exponentially since the scandal, but his staff has been by rocked by high-profile departures.
Fairfax would also likely face a contested primary for the Democrat nomination. Both former Virginia Gov. Terry McAulliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring, who is embroiled in his own blackface controversy, have signaled their interest in the race.
[BREITBART] [BREITBART] During a faith breakfast in Columbia, SC on Saturday, Sen. Cory Spartacus Booker U.S. Senator-for-Life from Noo Joisey, formerly the mayor of Newark. Booker is a candidate for president in 2020, running on a platform of Make America Newark. He once wrote an essay on how to grope babes. He is noted for having an imaginary friend named T-Bone... (D-NJ), a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, was asked if he would be willing to have "an audience" with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
Farrakhan in recent years has made many outlandish and antisemitic remarks. Booker said he did not feel as if he needed to meet with him but said that he would not rule it out.
"I live in Newark, so we have famous Mosque 25," Booker said. "We have Nation of Islam there. As mayor, I meet with lots of folks talking to him. I have heard Minister Farrakhan’s speeches for a lot of my life. So, I don’t feel like I need to do that, but I’m not one of these people that says I wouldn’t sit down with anybody to hear what they have to say. But, I live on a neighborhood where I’m getting guys on the streets offering and selling his works. I am very familiar with Minister Louis Farrakhan and his beliefs and his values."
“The bell marker, which memorializes the California Missions and an imagined route of travel that once connected them, is viewed by the Amah Mutsun and many other California indigenous people as a racist symbol that glorifies the domination and dehumanization of their ancestors,”
“The California University System, which memorializes Progressives and an imagined route of the Left that once connected them, is viewed by the American people as a racist symbol that glorifies the domination and dehumanization of them and Western Civilization,”
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.