Category Archives: Investigations

End of a Crazy Week

What a long, strange week this has been. We’ve been treated to some of the weirdest and most infuriating events over the past few days. What is becoming of our country?

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“Minute” Changes to Facts about Las Vegas Shooting

Above is video of the press conference given yesterday, October 9, 2017, by Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas police department. This press conference was a stunner, in that many of the facts previously given to the public have been changed (“clarified” or “updated”) over the 8+ days since the terror attack.

The most stunning change was in the timeline. The unarmed casino security guard, contrary to prior information provided by authorities, was shot before any concert goer was shot.

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Rep. King Calls for Wider Investigations

Following is a transcript of comments made by U.S. Representative Steve King (R, Iowa) to the Judiciary Committee in support of “wider investigations of [the] Obama, Clinton, Comey, Soros, Lynch, Abedin, and Weiner Scandals.” Unsurprisingly, King’s comments and his call for further investigations into the Obama administration did not receive much exposure in the mainstream media last week. King’s speech is well worth watching at the link, or you can read the transcript below. [Emphasis added.]

Mr. Chairman, listening to this debate, it strikes me that there’s a few things that have been left out of this discussion, and I do support the gentleman from Florida’s amendment and I follow the ideology of this and the process.

One of the things I would say to that is that as I listen to the gentleman from Tennessee address this subject matter, and raise his voice pretty strongly about the allegations of Obama versus Russians, versus Putin, I would make a couple of points on this: One is, it’s pretty clear that the Obama administration sent their people over to Israel to work against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, pretty much openly, significant dollars invested in that campaign over there.

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What’s Up, Imran?


There’s a break in the Awan Scandal. What’s that you say? You never heard of the Awan Scandal? That’s no surprise, because it involves Democrats, whom the media bend themselves into pretzels to avoid exposing to due scrutiny.

Imran Awan was arrested at Dulles airport by the FBI, going on the lam, exiting the country, stage left (or right, depending upon his ultimate destination, which was probably his native Pakistan).

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Hope, Assumption, Corruption and Projection

First let’s consider the word hope in the context of former FBI Director James Comey’s recent testimony, both written and oral. [emphasis added to quotes]

Comey 1/27/17: The President [Donald J. Trump] began by asking me whether I wanted to stay on as FBI Director, which I found strange because he had already told me twice in earlier conversations that he hoped I would stay, and I had assured him that I intended to. He said that lots of people wanted my job and, given the abuse I had taken during the previous year, he would understand if I wanted to walk away.

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Comey and Reality

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.

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Obstruction of an Investigation?

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.

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