Monthly Archives: January 2018

While we are waiting for Congress to demand answers from Comey and Podesta, there are several sideshows to distract us

“If you think your viewers want to know whether or not the dossier was used in court proceedings, whether or not it was vetted before it was used, whether or not it’s ever been vetted — if you are interested … Continue reading

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Chuck Ross appears to be the most active journo covering the Strzok-Page scandal

2017-12-13 DOJ IG to Grassley, Johnson – Strzok Text Messages Chuck Ross wrote the following: https://www.scribd.com/document/369815742/Strzok-Page-Text-Messages-5-19-17 Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee are warming up to the idea of voting to release a four-page memo that alleges FBI and Justice … Continue reading

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Palace intrigue in a country without palaces: NSA versus courts, FBI versus evidence, Nunes versus FBI, teenage limeys versus tech support

The USA, once hailed as a noble experiment in government by consent of the governed, is currently wracked by multiple factions. This post takes about 3000 words to explain some of the major intrigues that are visible to the public. … Continue reading

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General Pizzagate topics for 22 Jan 2018

I will try to keep this post limited to Pizzagate, but because the Clinton Crime Family appears to be at the center of Pizzagate, I need to add some Clinton news. https://truepundit.com/wikileaks-drops-bombshell-proof-new-york-times-colluding-hillary-clinton/ via

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There will be no наци аниме блонд in Operation Olive Branch

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