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“These Were The People Investigating Hillary”: Trump Escalates War With FBI

It has been a scorched earth weekend in the PR war between Donald Trump and the FBI. In the aftermath of the report that the FBI’s top lawyer – and suspected FBI leaker – James Baker, had been reassigned, and at the same time as news hit that FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was set […]

FBI Deputy Director McCabe “Retiring” After “Trump Insurance Policy” Debacle

Just hours after the FBI’s top lawyer, James Baker, was reassigned, WaPo reports that FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe will retire in a few months – once he becomes fully eligible for pension benefits. McCabe, who has been the target of Republican critics for more than a year, spent hours in Congress this past week, […]

Congresswoman Says Rumor Is That Trump Will Fire Mueller Before Christmas

Republican lawmakers have been increasingly frustrated by revelations that one of the FBI agents who had a pivotal role in both the early stages of what became the Mueller investigation and the bureau’s decision to excuse Hillary Clinton shared anti-Trump sentiments with his mistress, also an FBI employee. Earlier this week, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman […]

Grassley Fires Off Scorching Letter To DOJ After Anti-Trump Texts Reveal Burner Phone, “Insurance Policy”

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley fired off a letter late Wednesday to the DOJ, asking Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to explain several disturbing revelations contained within anti-Trump text messages sent between FBI investigators Peter Strzok and his FBI-Attorney mistress Lisa Page – both of whom were central to the Clinton email investigation and the […]

Adam Schiff Says Sessions Refused To Say If Trump Asked Him To Hinder Russia Probe

Adam Schiff, the ranking member of the Intelligence Committee, has accused Attorney General Jeff Sessions of refusing to disclose information of vital importance to his committee’s probe into collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign by relying on a loose interpretation of executive privilege. To wit, following the attorney general's closed door testimony before […]

Democrats Denounce Steyer’s Impeachment Push: “It’s Not Helpful”

California financier Tom Steyer’s $20 million ad campaign to impeach President Donald Trump has alienated some of the Democratic leaders with the influence to make impeachment a reality. As The Daily Caller's Jack Crowe details, some within the Democratic leadership fear that aggressively pursuing impeachment will only serve to turn Republican and independents against the […]

Another Woman Accused Conyers Of Sexual Harrassment

Update: In a lawsuit unearthed by Buzzfeed, a second woman accused Conyers of sexual harassment, but later abandoned efforts to hold him accountable. According to Buzzfeed, a former scheduler for the Democrat said she faced daily harassment from the congressman in a suit she later dropped after a court denied her request to keep it […]

Journalist Sara Carter Slams DOJ Attempt To Discredit FBI Informant And Stonewall Uranium One Investigation

Submitted by iBankCoin.com Several weeks ago a bombshell report by John Solomon and Alison Spann of The Hill revealed that an undercover FBI informant embedded deep within the Russian nuclear industry had uncovered evidence as early as the fall of 2009 of a massive plot by Russia to corner the American Uranium market. Evidence of the scheme was […]

Watch Live: Jeff Sessions Testifies Before House Judiciary Committee

Last night, the Washington Post reported Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considering whether to appoint another special counsel to investigate the Clintons and other Obama-era officials. This morning, the AG will face questions from Democrats when he testifies before the House Judiciary Committee. According to Reuters, the questions will likely focus on whether Sessions lied […]

Sessions Considers Appointing Special Council To Investigate Clintons

With Special Counsel Robert Mueller reportedly preparing to make another round of arrests in his probe into the Trump campaign’s efforts to “collude” with Russia, House and Senate Republicans – not to mention President Donald Trump – will be thrilled to learn that Attorney General Jeff Sessions might soon appoint a second special counsel to […]