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
Some interviews are more important than others.
Devin Nunes appeared on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo in two separate segments today. Several revelations were made – and virtually every word was important.
It truly was an amazing interview.Continue Reading
During a Feb. 7, 2018, interview on Fox & Friends, investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson commented on revelations about ongoing abuses of the FISA court:
“The surveillance abuses that we are now seeing are tied into a pattern of 10 to 20 years of bad actors in the intelligence community that … have been presenting bad evidence to the FISA court … to obtain illegal warrants or warrants that would not otherwise be granted.Continue Reading
A declassification of the spy warrant application on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page may reveal that the FBI broke its own procedures by hiding from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) the fact that Page assisted it in the arrest and prosecution of a Russian spy.Continue Reading
The Magnitsky Act, co-sponsored by Senators John McCain and Ben Cardiff, was signed into law by Obama in December 2012. The Act barred Russian officials suspected of human rights abuses from entering the United States, allowed for their U.S. assets to be frozen, and prohibited financial transactions with U.S. financial firms. The Act was expanded in 2016, allowing the U.S. Government to sanction foreign government officials anywhere in the world.
The Magnitsky Act came into being through the actions of Bill Browder, the CEO of Hermitage Capital Management. Hermitage Capital was formed in 1996 for the purpose of investing in Russia. The firm benefited from the wave of privatization that occurred, ultimately becoming one of the largest foreign investors in Russia.Continue Reading
Mikhail Khodorkovsky is the former head of Russian oil giant Yukos. Famously imprisoned by Putin in 2003 on fraud charges, Khodorkovsky appeared a sympathetic figure—portrayed as a victim of Putin retaliation. He was pardoned in 2013 and now resides in London. At the height of his power, Khodorkovsky was estimated to have a net worth in excess of $15 billion.Continue Reading
If the Russians wanted Trump to win, would they have allowed or assisted in the production of Steele’s dossier?
The obvious answer is they wouldn’t. But then, the Russians didn’t want a Trump Presidency either.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
The testimony of Department of Justice (DOJ) official Bruce Ohr has provided Congressional investigators with a unique insight into the activity at the FBI and DOJ that led to the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
“Bruce Ohr is creating a link for us between people who had animus, who were in fact desperate to stop candidate Trump from being President Trump, both before and after he became the President-Elect,”Continue Reading
Adam Lovinger was a Strategic Affairs analyst with the Pentagon’s Office of Net Assessment (ONA). Since January 2017 he had been working on loan as a White House National Security Council analyst after being selected for the position by General Michael Flynn.
On May 1, 2017, Lovinger was notified that his Top-Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS-SCI) clearance had been suspended. He was to return to the Pentagon immediately.Continue Reading