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Will House Ethics Comm. Let Conyers’ Sex Scandal Slide Like His Past Corrupt Acts?

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Weekly Update: Mueller Deputy Shows His Bias

Mueller Deputy Showed Strong Support for Anti-Trump Action on Travel Ban We Release Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Meeting Documents Withheld by DOJ Court Rejects Attempt to Throw Out Our Sanctuary Lawsuit   Mueller Deputy Showed Strong Support for Anti-Trump Action on Travel Ban This week began with Judicial Watch obtaining even more…

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The John Conyers Abdication

On Tuesday, Representative John Conyers (D., Mich.) announced that he would “retire” from Congress, effectively immediately. Conyers, who has spent the last 53 years in office — Bonanza was the top-rated television show in America the year he joined Congress — didn’t exactly retire: he actually resigned in disgrace, thanks…

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Weekly Update: Deep State Russia Meddling Cover-Up

We Sue Office of Director of National Intelligence over Failure to Produce Legally Mandated Report on Russia’s Election Meddling Obama Vacations, Campaigning Cost Taxpayers New Total Over $114 Million New FBI Records Show FBI Leadership’s Conflicts of Interest on Clinton Email Investigation   We Sue Office of Director of National…

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Will House Ethics Comm. Let Conyers’ Sex Scandal Slide Like His Past Corrupt Acts?

The prominent Michigan congressman who illegally forced congressional staffers to be personal servants and work on state and local campaigns is embroiled in a major sex scandal. Various media outlets report that John Conyers, the longest serving House member and ranking Democrat of the powerful Judiciary Committee, secretly settled a…

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Watchdog group sues NYPD, feds for records on cop’s murder

A watchdog group is suing the NYPD and the feds for decades-old records in the ambush and killing of a police officer at a Harlem mosque — including audio of a phony 911 call they hope may finally lead to an arrest. Hearing the April 1972 recording — in which someone claiming…

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Weekly Update: New Classified Clinton Emails

New Clinton Classified Emails Reveal More Pay for Play Judicial Watch Sues Kentucky Over Dirty Voter Registration Rolls We Sue DOJ for Communications On “Russian Lawyer” – Was She Working With Clinton/Obama Operation?   New Clinton Classified Emails Reveal More Pay for Play While there are now belated rumbles in…

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Weekly Update: New FBI/Clinton Scandal

New FBI/Clinton Scandal — FBI Deputy Director McCabe Delayed Recusing Himself from the Clinton Email Case Conservatives Excluded as Leftists Got $1 Billion from Companies Sued by DOJ Antifa Attacks Judicial Watch in Court   New FBI/Clinton Scandal — FBI Deputy Director McCabe Delayed Recusing Himself from the Clinton Email…

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Tom Fitton: Re-Open the IRS Targeting Investigation

Last week the Department of Justice officially issued settlements to a pair of conservative tea party groups after they were inappropriately targeted by the IRS under President Obama. It was the first time the IRS admitted the wrongdoing and Attorney General Jeff Sessions classified the extra scrutiny as “inexcusable.” “There is no…

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Tom Fitton: Obama Campaign Payments to Law Firm Raises Questions

Reports that former President Barack Obama’s campaign organization, Obama for America, paid almost $1 million to a law firm paying money to Fusion GPS, the firm behind a salacious dossier about then-GOP nominee Donald Trump, raise many questions, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said Monday. “President Obama had it in…

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Weekly Update: 72,000 New Clinton Docs!

The FBI Recovered 72,000 Pages of Clinton Records – Court Orders Explanation on Processing Judicial Watch Helps Grieving Father Fight for Purple Heart for his Son Border Agency Computers Can’t Screen Harmful Aliens   The FBI Recovered 72,000 Pages of Clinton Records – Court Orders Explanation on Processing President Trump’s…

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State Dept Just Admitted How Many Clinton Emails They Still Haven’t Looked at — It’s a Stunner

Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is back in the spotlight. No, it’s not about her book tour as she tries to address “What Happened” in 2016. Instead, it’s about Clinton’s emails. While it might seem that the issue isn’t a big one, with the presidential election settled nearly a year ago, the…

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Judicial Watch Rips State Department for Not Releasing Clinton Emails

Hillary Clinton might be long gone from Foggy Bottom, but a conservative watchdog group Monday accused the State Department of running interference for its former secretary. Judicial Watch, which sued in 2015 for the release of emails related to the FBI’s investigation of Clinton into her use of a private…

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State Department has yet to process 40,000 of Hillary Clinton’s documents including some found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop

The State Department still has to go through 40,000 of Hillary Clinton’s documents from her time as secretary of state the agency said at a federal court hearing, over an ongoing Freedom of Information Act case. The right-leaning watchdog group Judicial Watch, which is a party in the case, pointed…

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State Dept Admits There are 40,000 Pages of Clinton Emails They Haven’t Even Looked At

So far, the State Department has processed more than 32,000 pages of Hillary Clinton‘s emails as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit from conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch. At a recent court hearing, however, the Department acknowledged that this isn’t even half of the total number of records that…

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Judge Orders State Department To Explain Delay In Processing Clinton Emails

A federal judge ordered the Department of State on Thursday to explain their delayed pace in producing emails former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stored on a private server. A hearing was held to check in on the State Department’s progress in processing and releasing 72,000 pages of non-government emails…

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State Department Has Reviewed Less Than Half of Clinton Email Records

The State Department has reviewed less than half of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails that were recovered by the FBI last year. The department revealed in federal court it has not yet gone through 40,000 of 72,000 pages of emails recovered from Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.…

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State Department Still Needs to Process 40,000 Hillary Emails

Judicial Watch announced today that the State Department told a federal court that officials still need to process 40,000 out of 72,000 emails that belonged to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The watchdog organization filed a lawsuit to receive her emails in May 2015. The department has only processed 32,000…

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Judicial Watch: State Dept. Still Sitting on a Motherlode of Clinton Emails

The State Department admitted in federal court last week that it has 72,000 pages of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s records and has yet to process 40,000 of the pages, Judicial Watch revealed Monday. State has reportedly processed about 32,000 pages of emails so far, with another 40,000 pages still remaining…

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Video: DOJ & FBI Knew of Clinton/Russia Deal in Exchange for Uranium Stockpiles

JW President Tom Fitton appeared on “The Daily Ledger” to discuss the controversy surrounding Bill & Hillary Clinton receiving millions of dollars from Russia in exchange for a large amount of American uranium.

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State Dept. Admits It Received 2,800 Of Huma Abedin’s Government Documents On Weiner’s Laptop

The State Department admitted Tuesday that it received 2,800 government documents from the FBI, all of which were related to Huma Abedin, the estranged wife of former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner. The documents were discovered on the former congressman’s personal laptop, and they mainly dealt with Abedin’s work as deputy chief…


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