Well, the Horowitz Report is finally out. Over 400 pages of mind-numbing legalese that is surely a better sleep aid than a fist full of Ambien. Continue reading “Amazing How the Horowitz Report’s ’17 Inaccuracies And Omissions’ ALL Went Against Trump and Page”
The Democrats got their way, no thanks to the gutless RINO wastes-of-human-flesh in the US Senate. I don’t have to name names… you know exactly who I’m talking about.
But think about it, isn’t this additional delay just an exercise in futility?
Re-opening this complete and total cluster f*ck will accomplish absolutely nothing, other than masturbating the egos of certain aforementioned RINOs and every Democrat within the DC Beltway.
So whose job is it to investigate potential members of the White House staff? The FBI or the president’s Chief-of-Staff?
One would think it’s the FBI’s job to do all that investigation stuff. Especially now that the Rob Porter accusations of spousal abuse of both his ex-wives has somehow mutated into this somehow being Gen. Kelly’s fault.
Suffice it to say that CNN is calling for John Kelly’s head on a plate.
Just look at what passes for news over at CNN since this latest fake scandal broke:
- John Kelly couldn’t have handled the Rob Porter mess worse
- Why men like John Kelly do nothing when abuse allegations surface
- John Kelly’s series of controversial comments
Even a clip of Andrew Cuomo gleefully hoping that Gen. Kelly is complicit in a scandal… any scandal.
However, the never-a-friend-to-the-Deep-State news site The Intercept is reporting;
As the FBI conducted a background check on an incoming senior White House official last year, the bureau learned of the man’s history of domestic abuse. Rob Porter, a top aide to President Donald Trump, physically assaulted both of his previous wives, according to the two women.
The Intercep article continued with;
During the background interviews for Porter’s security clearance related to his senior White House role, FBI agents interviewed the two women. The former wives told the FBI that Porter was abusive during their marriages, according to interviews with the women.
Then there’s this blip of truth from NBC News (probably printed by mistake);
In another interview with NBC News on Thursday, Willoughby [one of Porter’s ex-wives] said she informed the FBI during a background check interview for his security clearance that Porter had been abusive toward her.
“During the FBI background interview for security clearance, I shared with the FBI all of the details that I shared in previous articles, including access to a protective order from June of 2010, and police calls that I had made to our home,” she told NBC News’ Kristen Welker.
“I shared with them the details of my marriage the same as I have been in the interviews and articles that have come out.”
Willoughby also said she thought it was possible that Porter could be blackmailed about the alleged abuse in response to a question from the FBI.
Two closing thoughts:
- It’s not Kelly’s responsibility to investigate potential staff.
- It would be illegal for the FBI to disclose the finding of their investigation of Porter to Kelly or anyone else for that matter.
At least California Congressman Devin Nunes is actually trying to make the system work.
But if history has taught us anything, a Contempt of Congress charge levied against you (especially if you’re a Hillary-supporter backer) is about as threatening as a Cockapoo happily greeting you at the front door.
And yes, I’m referring to the completely useless 2012 Contempt of Congress resolution that went after ex-Attorney General Eric Holder regarding his “stonewalling” the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform as they investigated the Obama Administration’s failed Operation Fast and Furious.
Perhaps proving that everything old is new again, the Daily Caller is reporting that Rep. Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, has instructed Committee staff to begin drawing up a Contempt of Congress resolution against Department of Justice Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray.
Nunes set a Monday deadline for the DOJ and FBI to comply with the committee’s list of demands, which includes requests for interviews with Rosenstein, Wray, and deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe as well as documents related to the anti-Trump dossier written by former British spy Christopher Steele.
Committee Republicans have tried in vain for months to force the DOJ and FBI to provide details of the Russia investigation, including how much it relied on the uncorroborated dossier to form the basis of its probe.
But the final straw for Nunes appears to be the bombshell revelation that FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok was kicked off of Mueller’s team over the summer after it was discovered that he exchanged anti-Trump text messages with his mistress, an FBI lawyer named Lisa Page who also worked on Mueller’s team.
Page, the lawyer who exchanged the texts with Strzok, worked under McCabe at the FBI.
Committee Republicans have issued subpoenas to Wray and Rosenstein — first on Aug. 24 — in an attempt to force the two to provide information about how the FBI and DOJ handled the Steele dossier, which was commissioned by opposition research firm Fusion GPS and funded by the Clinton campaign and DNC.
In case you’re wondering whatever happened to Holder and his contempt charge, that died a whimpering death.
After a 19-month review, Holder was cleared by… wait for it, Holder’s own Department of Justice’s office of the Inspector General.
Wasserman Shultz Angers the Wrong Marine…
Andre Taggart made the decision early in his life to register as a member of the Democratic Party, as is his right under the Constitution of the United States.
Prefaced with Donald Trump placing the blame of Hillary Clinton’s woes directly at the feet of Hillary Clinton, Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Tucker Carlson uncovered the curious understanding (or misunderstanding as the case may be) of the law by Democrat bigwig Martin O’Malley. Continue reading “Servers Under Investigation: O’Malley Shows his True Server Bigotry #ServerLivesMatter”
The rumors in the shadows of the corridors of power have long been abuzz regarding the questionable sexuality of Hillary Clinton. With that in mind, few would have ever guess that it would be a Weiner that may eventually topple the political aspirations of the former Secretary of State. Continue reading “Weiner Probe Explodes in Hillary’s Face”
Cartwright pleads guilty to lying to the FBI…
According to the official directions of HQMC (Headquarters Marine Corps), the core values of every single person who wears the Eagle, Globe and Anchor are honor, courage and commitment.
Specifically falling under honor, it’s further defined that no Marine will ever “lie, cheat, or steal.”
Unfortunately, retired General James E. Cartwright seems to have forgotten those very simple truths. Either that, or he never believed in them to begin with. Continue reading “Rotten to the Corps: ‘Obama’s Favorite General’ Pleads Guilty”
The latest out of Washington DC is either a fire and brimstone of Biblical proportions dropped right in the middle of the Clinton Campaign, or it’s the biggest dud since the signing of Johnny Manziel… or possibly the release of the Scientology mega-turd Battlefield Earth. Continue reading “Breaking: Cheryl Mills granted immunity in Hillary’s email scandal”
As everyone already knows, the FBI has spent the last year investigating Hillary Clinton’s home-brewed email server for any possible illegalities. Such things as if she ever lied about sending classified information via her unauthorized server were of particular scrutiny. Or so we’re told. Continue reading “HOW did FBI magically miss Clinton LYING to the Benghazi Committee? (Video)”
“In most cases, when you attack people, you back down, but I am a Marine.” – John Guandolo