TIPSHEET: Strzok’s ‘Weiner Timeline’ Shows Gap between Clinton Email Discovery and Search Warrant
On November 3, 2016, Strzok sends an email to Page with a “weiner timeline.” The document shows that on September 28, 2016, the Assistant Director in Charge (ADIC) of the New York Office of the FBI reported “potential MYE-related material,” referring to Midyear Exam, which was the code name of the FBI’s Clinton email investigation… Read more.
Even during a global pandemic there is government waste to report. Here is a great example. The toilet system on two new, state-of-the-art Navy aircraft carriers is so crappy that it must be cleansed with specialized acids that cost American taxpayers a breathtaking $400,000 a flush. It may seem like a bad joke but, sadly, it is par for the course for many government agencies. Read more.
Although there have been no confirmed cases of Coronavirus disease in federal immigration detention facilities, open borders groups are taking advantage of the health crisis to demand that all illegal aliens be immediately released from custody and into communities throughout the United States. Read more.
Life continues to unfold, even in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. That includes—flying mostly under the media and legal radar—the most consequential freedom of information battle in a generation: Judicial Watch’s long fight for records related to Hillary Clinton’s emails and the Benghazi affair. Read more.
FARRELL: Epidemics And National Security – The Daily Caller
The COVID-19 pandemic – aka the “Wuhan virus” – has placed severe stresses on the global economy and American society. Quarantines, work-stoppages and supply shortages have become sudden and unwelcome facts of life in this country. The sense of uncertainty is fed by an endless information age diet of pandemic-related news, opinion and occasional disinformation.
FBI Finds More Classified Hillary Clinton Emails – The Washington Examiner
New emails obtained by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch offer further evidence of why, assuming former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s claim that she’s the “most investigated innocent person in America” is true (it’s not), there’s a valid reason why she’s faced so much scrutiny.
Trump Flirts With a Less-Aggressive Coronavirus Response, Echoing Fox News – The Washington Post
When Fitton responded to the above Trump tweet by urging the government to “let people out of their homes before they let criminals out of the jails,” Trump retweeted it. Trump also promoted another Fitton tweet Monday morning, suggesting he was combing Fitton’s feed.
Hillary Clinton’s Lawyers Want to Stop Her From Testifying to Judicial Watch about Her Email Server!
FBI Stops FOIA Processing During #Coronavirus–That Means NO Govt. Accountability
How ‘Dirty’ Voter Rolls Enable Fraudulent Voting – and WHY States Must Clean Their Voter Rolls