President Trump issued an order on Sept. 17 for the immediate declassification of three series of documents related to the Russia investigation and the spying on his presidential campaign.Continue Reading
One of the bombshell admissions from a closed-door testimony by DOJ official Bruce Ohr was that his wife, Nellie Ohr, was working for opposition research firm Fusion GPS already in late 2015.
Previously, it had been reported that Nellie Ohr was hired to find dirt on then-candidate Donald Trump in the spring of 2016.Continue Reading
Two key meetings involving Trump foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos appear to have been intentionally obscured in legal documents unsealed by the FBI and special counsel Robert Mueller.
The documents also shed light on the unusual timing of Papadopoulos’s agreement with Mueller’s team, which was reached within hours after he was arrested—without a lawyer present.Continue Reading
Those who’ve followed me for a bit or are readers of my blog are probably aware I’m fully in favor of free trade. I’m also in favor of President Trump’s use of tariffs as a negotiating tool.Continue Reading
“These are tapes I want you to read. I want you to hear them. I didn’t think I’d be able to get them out publicly.” – Rudy Giuliani
Rudy Giuliani went on Face the Nation.
He had a few…surprises in store.Continue Reading
James Wolfe was arrested on June 6, 2018 for lying to the FBI. The issues go much further and could implicate members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
Note: Wolfe was charged with lying to the FBI. Wolfe was not charged with leaking any information.
James Wolfe was the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence’s (SSCI) Director of Security from May 1987 to December 2017. Wolfe was responsible for receiving, maintaining, and managing all classified information provided to the SSCI by the Executive Branch of the United States.Continue Reading
The Carter Page FISA Applications are out.
Importantly, The released version appears to be from the FISA Court. Note the stamp of the Court Clerk on the first page.
I found this to be unexpected. I will have to think on this some more.
Although heavily redacted, much information appears to be contained within.
You should consider the redactions acts of self-preservation by the DOJ rather than reflections of National Security concerns.Continue Reading