Febrero 28, 2020

Fox's Napolitano says he hopes Trump releases Dem memo

09 Febrero 2018, 06:28 | Bibiana Flor

"J. Edgar Hoover would give his right eye to take over, and all congressmen and senators are afraid of him".

House Republicans are holding their weekly news conference at 10 a.m. today. One or two steps removed - not four or more steps removed from someone who may not actually be acting on behalf of the Russian government. That was before the memo stunt.

According to the GOP memo, in October 2016 those officials used the "Steele dossier" (a research document partially funded by Democrats and written by a former British spy) as the justification to seek a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) warrant to monitor Carter Page, who had previously worked for the Trump campaign. The intelligence committee on Monday authorized its release and sent it to the president, who will decide whether it should be declassified.

Ten pages is "quite lengthy"?

Wray has defended the bureau and its agents throughout the memo controversy.

"... Then-FBI Director James Comey signed three FISA applications on behalf of the FBI, and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe signed one". There is a margin of error of +/- 4 percent. And if the special elections last year were any indication ("the Democratic margin has been 12 percentage points better, on average, than the partisan lean in each race"), it is not inconceivable Nunes could lose. All that makes headlines - and compelling fiction - which is also why my newest story has my hero searching for possible corruption within the DOJ.

Trump, however, is different. He served when Madeleine Albright was Secretary of State, under which the Wall Street deal with Colombian FARC narco-terrorists was struck in June 1999, featuring the "Grasso Abrazo"-embrace of Richard Grasso, president of the New York Stock Exchange, with Colombian FARC financial matters leader Raul Reyes".

The Nunes memo questions "the legitimacy and legality of certain [Department of Justice] and FBI interactions" with the FISA Court and alleges "a troubling breakdown of legal processes established to safeguard the American people from abuses related to the FISA process".

The win in Missouri was the latest for the Democrats who have ridden an anti-Trump wave to several special election victories in areas around the country, including in races in Wisconsin and Alabama.

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To the deep state, the higher interests of the American people almost always coincide with their own.

One of the best checks on this degradation, experts say, is public resistance.

The panel also has found evidence that President John F. Kennedy is a noncitizen. This fits with many other reports about Trump demanding to have his daily intelligence briefing made shorter and less detailed.

Amanda Gonzalez, a spokeswoman for Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, says the committee extended the deadline on Bannon's subpoena until next Tuesday. Trump is Nixon on steroids. Indeed, Feinstein and her staff did not interview a single CIA official involved in the interrogation program, because they did not want to hear inconvenient facts that might undermine their predetermined narrative. One interesting statistic jumps out: It is a plurality-Latino district (44 percent), meaning it has a nonwhite majority. Everybody is a target.

Republicans may indeed alter public understanding, but not in the way they intend.

Asked if the Democrats' document makes Trump look bad, Himes said, "Well, he'll perceive it that way, 'cause this memo of course is a point-by-point refutation of the Republican memo". It's an almost impossible situation, one our system is not really equipped to deal with, one Donald Trump put us in.

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