This is an interesting week for the United States of America. Today, intelligence officials are set to testify:
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers, acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will all testify before the Senate intelligence committee 24 hours before the [James] Comey hearing.
Posted in Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Elections, Hillary Clinton, Ideology, Investigations, Media bias, Open Threads
Tagged Andrew McCabe, Dan Coats, Edward Snowden, James Comey, Jason Chaffetz, Mike Rogers, Reality Winner, Rod Rosenstein, The Intercept
Ok, folks. Maybe I’m just dumb, which is why I don’t understand. Riddle me this: Why are the Democrats screaming that President Trump potentially obstructed justice and interfered in a counter-intelligence investigation because he had dinner soon after his inauguration with now-fired FBI director James Comey to discuss Comey staying on as FBI director? Potentially “a federal offense,” they gasp.
Posted in Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Investigations, Open Threads
Tagged Andrew McCabe, Bill Priestap, Don McGahn, James Comey, Michael Flynn, open thread, President Trump, Sally Yates, Vice-President Pence
From my perspective, it seems that the closer we get to the truth about the Obama administration’s “investigation” into alleged Trump/Russian connections, the more the media and their friends in the Democrat Party seem to want to fuggedaboutdit.
Posted in Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Investigations, Lawsuits, Open Threads, Scandals, surveillance
Tagged Cause of Action, Christopher Steele, FBI, FISA, Hillary Clinton, James Comey, open thread, President Donald J. Trump, Trump dossier, unmasking
Susan Rice wasn’t politicizing the intelligence apparatus. Moreover, she says that she
leaked nothing to nobody.
Posted in Benghazi, Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Hillary Clinton, Most Corrupt Politicians, Open Threads, Scandals, surveillance
Tagged Benghazi, Obamagate, open thread, Rice-gate, Susan Rice, unmasking
Representative Devin Nunes is now going to have a closed door session with FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Mike Rogers, as the House Intelligence Committee looks into “topics” that include whether the Obama administration used the guise of “legally authorized top-secret surveillance of foreign targets” to spy on the Trump transition team and spread throughout the government, far and wide, “unmasked” information concerning what the Trump team was doing and to whom they were talking between the November election and Trump’s inauguration.
Posted in Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Elections, Investigations, Most Corrupt Politicians, Obama Shadow Government, Open Threads
Tagged CIA, Devin Nunes, FBI, House Intelligence Committee, James Clapper, James Comey, John Brennan, Loretta Lynch, Michael Flynn, Mike Rogers, NSA, open thread, Patrick Buchanan, President Trump, Sally Yates, shadow government, Tony Shaffer, unmasking
Another guest post by contributor Dave M.!
I just want to start a new thread about the seriously emergent soft coup
against Donald Trump that was launched in full ugliness yesterday.
My first question:
Why can’t Donald Trump either fire James Comey or if he is protected by
some public servant type of contract, install a reputable head over top
of him, re-assigning Comey to some secretarial position?
Liberal legal authorities are on a roll lately, and there seems to be a theme to their madness: Motivation. Intent. Bias.
A recent Supreme Court ruling, supported by all the progressive judges plus (as usual) Judge Anthony Kennedy, overturned a very long-standing principle of jurisprudence–a centuries old principle–thus opening a can of worms so large that even Kong would be hard pressed to defeat its denizens.
Posted in Constitutional Rights, Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Foreign Policy, Government Policies, Ideology, Immigration, Islamic Terrorism, Lawsuits, Media bias, National Policy, Open Threads, Racism, Radical Groups, religion, Terrorism
Tagged Anthony Kennedy, jury secrecy, open thread, Samuel Alito, SCOTUS decisions, travel ban