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  1. Obama funded foreign thug who promised Islamic state Agreement with Muslims pledged to protect terrorists, throttle Christians, impose Shariah By Jerome R. Corsi © 2008 WorldNetDaily http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=...mp;pageId=78324
  2. Obviously a dope smoking liberal. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/09/edward-snowden-nsa-whistleblower-surveillance ***************************************** 1984 was not "intended" to be an instructional manual.
  3. FBI, CIA Fear Criminal Prosecutions Over Durham’s Spygate Probe By Steven Ahle - October 22, 2019 Hans von Spakovsky, a Heritage Foundation senior legal fellow, has commented on the fact that the intelligence community is now living in fear. And no wonder. For the first time, a serious investigation is going on, and US Attorney John Durham has interviewed over 140 witnesses and has called John Brennan and James Clapper to give testimony. Investigators usually send for the big guns as they are finishing up their investigation after they have gathered all the pertinent information on what crimes were committed and by whom. It is believed that both intentionally conducted illegal spying operations. Employees of intelligence agencies may be “very scared and very worried” of U.S. Attorney John Durham’s investigation of the origins of the Obama administration’s surveillance of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in 2015 and beyond, speculated Hans von Spakovsky, a Heritage Foundation senior legal fellow, in a Monday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with host Rebecca Mansour and special guest host David Ngo. Under James Comey’s former directorship of the FBI, the federal government surveilled Trump’s political associates as early as 2015, ostensibly as a “counterintelligence” operation on alleged Russian “interference” in 2016’s presidential election. Von Spakovsky said, “If these CIA analysts were providing false information or false and fraudulent assessments in order to get a counterintelligence operation started against the president, then boy, they’d better get lawyers, because they not only engaged in an abuse of their authority, but they probably broke federal law in what they were doing.” “We know there’s a problem in the intelligence agencies,” said von Spakovsky of political and partisan functionaries within the intelligence agencies. “All you have to do is look at the ridiculous whistleblower complaint filed by the non-whistleblower against the president in a phone call in the Ukraine to understand that there is a lot of bias inside of our intelligence agencies, which does not give one a great deal of confidence in the accuracy and credibility of the work they’re supposed to be doing, which is analyzing the national security threats to the United States.” “The inspector general only has the power to report on any wrongdoing, fraud, [or] abuse that he finds,” von Spakovsky stated. “An inspector general can make a recommendation at the end of the report [that] the Justice Department prosecute someone, but he has no power to do it. John Durham, on the other hand, as a U.S. attorney, can also issue a report just like the IG did, but if he finds criminal wrongdoing, he can impanel a grand jury and criminally prosecute anyone that he believes may have broken the law.”
  4. https://www.redstate.com/bonchie/2019/10/17/george-w.-bush-suddenly-learns-talk-goes-trump-syria From the article The easiest thing in the world to do right now is criticize Donald Trump. There’s no bravery in that. It’d have been much more impressive had they been willing to withstand the onslaught that would come by criticizing Obama when Republicans needed their voices. Further, the topic in question is something Bush should sit out for the rest of his life. His track record on the Middle East simply does not lend him the credibly to speak on the issue any longer. It’d be like Donald Trump criticizing someone for having an affair. It just doesn’t make sense. I’ll end by nothing that when the Obama administration propagated a civil war that led to 500,000 dead people, Bush didn’t speak up. When Ben Rhodes helped orchestrate the disastrous Arab Spring, Bush had nothing to say. When ISIS formed in the rubble of it all, Bush had more pictures to paint. But now, all of the sudden, he finds his voice to go after a fellow Republicans president? Really odd how that works.
  5. https://videos.files.wordpress.com/DbMmIGnu/whistleblower-form-secretly-changed-cia-may-have-known_hd.mp4
  6. First up in the prosecution chute: Reported last night: Former FBI Director James Comey was referred for criminal prosecution by IG Horowitz ... AG Barr not yet prosecuting until Special Prosecutor Huber issues his report. Word is, even bigger charges coming for Comey. Who's next? Git yet popcorn ready !!!!!!! ...
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