Tag Archives: James Comey

Busy Bees in the Deep State Swamp

Peter Strzok. Now there’s a name that may live in infamy, at least in the minds of some citizens of these United States. History will tell.

This week brought enlightenment to the masses of We the People. Peter Strzok–the FBI counterintelligence agent who was removed this past summer from the Robert Mueller investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election–got reassigned, demoted, fired (take your pick) because he allegedly sent anti-Trump and pro-Clinton messages to his lover, who was also working on the Mueller team, at one point. A lawyer with whom Strzok was allegedly having an extramarital affair, Strzok’s lover was also moved or reassigned when their messages came to light.

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Hillary is Simply Unbelievable

Hillary Clinton has made some amazingly hypocritical and clueless comments lately. Even for the typically far-from-self-aware Clinton, she’s outdone herself in exhibiting her hypocrisy and, especially, her myopia.

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DOJ May Charge the Russian Hackers?

A story in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) claims that Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors may charge actual Russians for the “hack” of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) that occurred in early 2016. [emphasis added to quotes]

The Justice Department has identified more than six members of the Russian government involved in hacking the Democratic National Committee’s computers and swiping sensitive information that became public during the 2016 presidential election, according to people familiar with the investigation.

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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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Suspicious Minds

So many of us have suspicious minds. What activates suspicion? Unlikely coincidences. Seemingly unrelated events that coincide or quickly follow, one after another. Put it together and what have you got?

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As the Tables Turn: Lynch Goes Under the Microscope

Several recent developments will be interesting to follow in the mainstream media. It’s their turn to squirm now. An article in the New York Post says that a special counsel may “probe Team Obama’s obstruction of justice.”

Whether or not an investigator is appointed, Congress itself intends to investigate former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and her potential obstruction of justice and politicization of the criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s illegal email server.

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Putin Weighs in on Comey

Recently Russian President Vladimir Putin opined about the ongoing saga of former FBI Director James Comey’s mendacity: [emphasis added]

It looks weird when the chief of a security agency records his conversation with the commander-in-chief and then hands it over to media via his friend,” Putin was quoted by Russia’s Tass. “This is strange. What is the difference then between the FBI director and Mr. Snowden? He is not a head of the special services, but a human rights activist.” …

“I am not familiar in detail with the testimony given by former FBI director Comey,” Putin said during a question and answer session with citizens. “Again, he gave no evidence of this (Russian meddling).”

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