Attorney General Sessions may have covered for Comey, but the Platinum Possum is tweeting that the White King feels safe

Based on what the FBI knew – including evidence which purportedly includes a video of Russians preparing briefcases of bribe money – the Uranium One deal never should have gone through. Moreover, both Robert Mueller and current deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein were directly involved – and current Attorney General Jeff Sessions and other Justice Department officials appear to be covering for them.

In short, the FBI had ample evidence of the Russian bribery plot before the Obama administration approved the Uranium One deal thanks to their embedded mole in the Russian nuclear industry.

The informant – outed as energy consultant William Campbell – was “threatened” by Obama admin AG Loretta Lynch to keep quiet with an iron-clad gag order, according to his attorney – former Reagan Justice Dept. official and former Chief Counsel to the Senate Intelligence Committee Victoria Toensing. After Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-VA) demanded Campbell be allowed to testify in front of Congress, the gag order was lifted.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions originally tried to claim that there was no connection between Uranium One and the nuclear transport bribery case, however several congressional republicans pushed back:

“Attorney General Sessions seemed to say that the bribery, racketeering and money laundering offenses involving Tenex’s Vadim Mikerin occurred after the approval of the Uranium One deal by the Obama administration. But we know that the FBI’s confidential informant was actively compiling incriminating evidence as far back as 2009,” Rep. Ron DeSantis, (R-Fla.) told The Hill.

Assange tweets a chess game in which “And the white king is finally feeling safe” :

The Trump administration is not above criticism:

Kim Dotcom claims to have Seth Rich evidence:


Probably a clever assassination made to look like a suicide:


Possibly an actual suicide, not a clever assassination:

Possibly speculative, but this piece uncovers some relevant threads that aspiring sleuths would want to follow:

Most of what we saw in the newspapers this week was pretty typical.

Typical PCR insight:

Typical police misconduct in the War on Some Drugs:

Typical Israeli Behavior:

Typical Conservative Treehouse ranting:

How The FBI and DOJ Intelligence Units Were Weaponized Around Congressional Oversight…


Who Silences the Jewish  people who advocate peace?


Suppose the leftists and hippies manage to get power.  Do you think they will respect the civil liberties of people outside their cliques? Some of them are openly plotting political repression:

Typical anti-government sourpuss:

Typical police state slippery slopes:

Typical Faceborg behavior:

Typical confession:

Typical Wurlitzer behavior:

Typical medical profiteering, blamed on the low-ranking flukies while the rich guys get off scot free:

Typical capitalist dysfunctionality and degeneration:

Typical NYT hype machine hypes Mexican secession:

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