Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Anthem Protesters Silenced as 2 Marines Stand at Salute Next to Empty Seat

Anthem Protesters Silenced as 2 Marines Stand at Salute Next to Empty Seat

Anthem Protesters Silenced as 2 Marines Stand at Salute Next to Empty Seat


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The National Football League has been a hotbed of controversy over the last year.
What started as isolated incidents of players kneeling during “The Star-Spangled Banner” quickly spiraled out of control, and after entire teams refused to respect the American flag, many football fans made their frustration with the league known.
However, certain teams have reached out to show that they aren’t all on the flag-insulting bandwagon. One of those organizations is the Minnesota Vikings, which created a moving tribute to American soldiers that has gone viral online.
A Facebook video posted by Marine Corp Recruiting Station Twin Cities in October has now received over 2 million views. It shows two United States Marines in full dress uniform keeping watch inside the Vikings football stadium… but it wasn’t the crowd that they were protecting.
“Marines stand guard during the Minnesota Vikings game over an empty seat symbolizing those service members who were prisoners of war or missing in action,” explained the post.
In a ritual that resembles the patrols at the famous Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Marines solemnly protect the reserved empty seat as a small memorial to those who cannot enjoy the game because they never returned home.

The Left’s War on Free Speech

The Left’s War on Free Speech

The Left’s War on Free Speech

Kimberley Strassel
Author, The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech

Kimberley StrasselKimberley Strassel writes the weekly “Potomac Watch” column for The Wall Street Journal, where she is also a member of the editorial board. A graduate of Princeton University, her previous positions at the Journal include news assistant in Brussels, internet reporter in London, commercial real estate reporter in New York, assistant editorial features editor, columnist for OpinionJournal.com, and senior editorial page writer. In 2013 she served as a Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Hillsdale College, and in 2014 she was a recipient of the Bradley Prize. She is the author of The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech.

The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 26, 2017, at Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C., as part of the AWC Family Foundation Lecture Series.
I like to introduce the topic of free speech with an anecdote about my children. I have three kids, ages twelve, nine, and five. They are your average, normal kids—which means they live to annoy the heck out of each other.
Last fall, sitting around the dinner table, the twelve-year-old was doing a particularly good job at this with his youngest sister. She finally grew so frustrated that she said, “Oliver, you need to stop talking—forever.” This inspired a volley of protests about free speech rights, and ended with them yelling “shut up” at each other. Desperate to stop the fighting and restore order, I asked each of them in turn to tell me what they thought “free speech” meant.
The twelve-year-old went first. A serious and academic child, he gave a textbook definition that included “Congress shall make no law,” an evocation of James Madison, a tutorial on the Bill of Rights, and warnings about “certain exceptions for public safety and libel.” I was happy to know the private-school fees were yielding something.
The nine-year-old went next. A rebel convinced that everyone ignores her, she said that she had no idea what “public safety” or “libel” were, but that “it doesn’t matter, because free speech means there should never be any restrictions on anything that anybody says, anytime or anywhere.” She added that we could all start by listening more to what she says.
Then it was the five-year-old’s turn. You could tell she’d been thinking hard about her answer. She fixed both her brother and sister with a ferocious stare and said: “Free speech is that you can say what you want—as long as I like it.”
It was at this moment that I had one of those sudden insights as a parent. I realized that my oldest was a constitutional conservative, my middle child a libertarian, and my youngest a socialist with totalitarian tendencies.
With that introduction, my main point today is that we’ve experienced over the past eight years a profound shift in our political culture, a shift that has resulted in a significant portion of our body politic holding a five-year-old’s view of free speech. What makes this shift notable is that unlike most changes in politics, you can trace it back to one day: January 21, 2010, the day the Supreme Court issued its Citizens United ruling and restored free speech rights to millions of Americans.
For nearly 100 years up to that point, both sides of the political aisle had used campaign finance laws—I call them speech laws—to muzzle their political opponents. The Right used them to push unions out of elections. The Left used them to push corporations out of elections. These speech laws kept building and building until we got the mack daddy of them all—McCain-Feingold. It was at this point the Supreme Court said, “Enough.” A five-judge majority ruled that Congress had gone way too far in violating the Constitution’s free speech protections.
The Citizens United ruling was viewed as a blow for freedom by most on the Right, which had in recent years gotten some free speech religion, but as an unmitigated disaster by the Left. Over the decades, the Left had found it harder and harder to win policy arguments, and had come to rely more and more on these laws to muzzle political opponents. And here was the Supreme Court knocking back those laws, reopening the floodgates for non-profits and corporations to speak freely again in the public arena.
In the Left’s view, the ruling couldn’t have come at a worse time. Remember the political environment in 2010. Democrats were experiencing an enormous backlash against the policies and agenda of the Obama administration. There were revolts over auto bailouts, stimulus spending, and Obamacare. The Tea Party movement was in full swing and vowing to use the midterm elections to effect dramatic change. Democrats feared an electoral tidal wave would sweep them out of Congress.
In the weeks following the Citizens United ruling, the Left settled on a new strategy. If it could no longer use speech laws against its opponents,  it would do the next best thing—it would threaten, harass, and intimidate its opponents out of participation. It would send a message: conservatives choosing to exercise their constitutional rights will pay a political and personal price.
We’ve seen this strategy unfold, in a coordinated fashion and using a variety of tactics, since 2010.
One tactic is the unleashing of federal and state bureaucracies on political opponents. The best example of this is the IRS targeting of conservative non-profits. To this day, Obama acolytes and Senate Democrats characterize that targeting as a mistake by a few minor IRS employees in Cincinnati who didn’t understand the law. That is a lie.
Congress held several investigations of this targeting, and the truth is clear. In the months following the Citizens United ruling, President Obama delivered speech after speech on behalf of Democratic midterm candidates, repeating the same grave warning at each stop—thanks to Citizens United, he would say, shadowy and scary organizations are flooding into our elections. He suggested these organizations might be operating illegally and might be funded by foreign players. He noted that somebody should do something about it.
These speeches acted as a dog whistle to an IRS bureaucracy that was already primed to act. Former IRS official Lois Lerner was well aware of Democratic demands that the agency go after conservative Tea Party and non-profit groups. Senate Democrats and left-wing interest groups had been sending letters to the agency for months, demanding it go after the very groups it ultimately went after. And Ms. Lerner had her own biases—we know this from her recoverable emails—that put her politically and substantively in the anti-free speech camp. The result is that the IRS deliberately put some 400 conservative organizations, representing tens of thousands of Americans, on political ice for the 2010 and 2012 elections.
It is hard not to believe that this was designed to help Democrats in those elections. We know that senior members of the Treasury Department were aware of the targeting abuse in early 2012, and took steps to try to slow it. Yet those officials did not inform Congress this was happening, and chose not to divulge the abuse until well after that year’s election.
Another intimidation tactic is for prosecutors to abuse their awesome powers in order to hound and frighten political opponents. The most terrifying example of this was the John Doe probe in Wisconsin. Democratic prosecutors in Milwaukee launched a bogus criminal campaign finance investigation into some 30 conservative groups that supported the public-sector union reforms championed by Governor Scott Walker. Wisconsin’s John Doe law gave these prosecutors the right to conduct this investigation in secret and to subject their individual targets to gag orders. Prosecutors secretly looked through these individuals’ financial records, bank accounts, and emails.
Prosecutors also conducted pre-dawn raids on some of their targets’ homes. In one horrifying instance, the target of such a raid was on an out-of-town trip with his wife, and their teenage son was home alone. Law enforcement came into the house and sequestered the boy, refusing to allow him to call a lawyer or even his grandparents, who lived down the road. They hauled items out of the house, and as they left they told the boy that he too was subject to the gag order—that if he told anyone what had happened to him, he could go to jail.
We only learned of this because one brave target of the probe, Eric O’Keefe, told The Wall Street Journal what was going on. We broke that story, and it became national headline news. But it ultimately took a lawsuit and the Wisconsin Supreme Court to shut down the probe. In its ruling, the Court made clear its view that the probe’s purpose had been intimidation. The prosecutors had been sending the message: if you dare to speak, we will turn your lives into a living hell and potentially put you in prison.
More recently we have seen this tactic in the joint action of 17 state attorneys general, who launched a probe into Exxon and some 100 different groups that have worked with Exxon over the years. The implicit prosecutorial threat: get on board with our climate change agenda or we might bring racketeering charges against you.
A third intimidation tactic is for activist groups to use blackmail against corporations and non-profits in order to silence them. One subject of such attacks was the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a group that works to promote free-market policies at the state level. As a non-profit, it is largely funded by corporate donations. Because it is so successful, it has long been despised by left-wing activist groups.
These groups focused their efforts on ALEC in 2012, in the wake of the tragic shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida. ALEC had played a tangential role in crafting the popular stand-your-ground laws that the Left attacked after the shooting. On that basis, left-wing activists branded ALEC a racist organization and threatened to run ad campaigns against its corporate donors, branding them as racists too—unless they stopped funding ALEC. In a coordinated action, Democratic U.S. Senator Dick Durbin sent letters to a thousand organizations across the country, demanding to know if they supported ALEC and suggesting they’d get hauled in front of Congress if they did. ALEC lost nearly half of its donors in the space of a few months.
We’ve also seen this tactic employed against private individuals. One such person was Idaho businessman Frank VanderSloot, who Barack Obama’s reelection campaign singled out in 2012, following a VanderSloot donation to Mitt Romney. The campaign publicly branded him a disreputable person, painting a target on his back. Not long after that, VanderSloot was audited by the IRS and visited by other federal agencies.
Out in California, left-wing activists targeted donors to the state’s Prop 8 ballot initiative, which supported traditional marriage. They combed through campaign finance records, and put the names and addresses of Prop 8’s donors on a searchable map. Citizens on this list had their cars keyed, their windows broken, their small businesses flash-mobbed, and their voicemails and emails flooded with threats and insults. Some of them even lost their jobs—most notably Brendan Eich, the founder and CEO of Mozilla. In later depositions, many of these targets told lawyers that they wouldn’t donate to future ballot initiatives. So the attacks were successful in silencing them.
Note the use of disclosure in these attacks. We have come to associate transparency and disclosure with good government. But unfortunately, our system of disclosure has been turned on its head. Disclosure was supposed to enable citizens to keep track of politicians; but if you followed Hillary Clinton’s server scandal, you know that politicians have now become expert at hiding their business. Instead, disclosure is increasingly becoming a tool by which government and political thugs identify people and organizations who oppose them.
Sadly, our federal judiciary has refused to honor important precedents that protect anonymity in politics—most notably the famous 1958 case, NAACP v. Alabama. In that case, a unanimous Supreme Court ruled against the Alabama attorney general, who had demanded a list of the state’s NAACP members. The civil rights group knew this was tantamount to making targets of its members in a state that was riven at the time with race-related violence. The Court held that some level of anonymity is sometimes required to protect the rights of free speech and free assembly. The Court expanded on this precedent until the Watergate scandal, when it too got caught up in the disclosure fad. Political privacy rights have been eroding ever since.
What is to be done? For starters, we need to be aware that this is happening, and that it is not random. The intimidation game is very real. It is the work of left-wing groups and politicians, it is coordinated, and it is well-honed. Many of the targets of intimidation who I interviewed for my recent book weren’t aware of what was happening to them, and that allowed the intimidation to go on for too long. Awareness is key.
We need to think hard about ways to limit the powers of the administrative state, to stop rogue agents at the IRS and other agencies from trampling on free speech rights. We can make great progress simply by cutting the size of federal and state bureaucracies. But beyond that, we need to conduct systematic reviews of agency powers and strip from unaccountable bureaucracies any discretion over the political activities of Americans. The IRS should be doing what it was created to do—making sure taxpayers fill out their forms correctly. Period.
We need to push corporations to grow backbones and to defend more aggressively their free speech interests—rather than leaving that defense to others.
We need to overhaul our disclosure laws, and once again put the onus of disclosure on government rather than citizens. At the moment, every American who donates $200 or more to a federal politician goes into a database. Without meaning to sound cynical, no politician in Washington is capable of being bought off for a mere $200. We need to raise that donation threshold. And we need to think hard about whether there is good reason to force disclosure of any donations to ballot initiatives or to the production and broadcast of issue ads—ads designed to educate the public rather than to promote or oppose candidates.
Most important, we need to call out intimidation in any form and manner we see it—and do so instantly. Bullies don’t like to be exposed. They’d rather practice their ugliness in the dark. And one lesson that emerged from all my interviews on this topic is that speaking out works. Those who rolled over merely set themselves up for future attacks. Those who called out the intimidators maintained their rights and won the day.
Finally, conservatives need to tamp down any impulse to practice such intimidation themselves. Our country is best when it is engaging in vigorous debate. The Framers of the Constitution envisioned a multiplicity of interests that would argue their way to a common good. We succeed with more voices, not fewer, and we should have enough confidence in our arguments to hear out our opponents.

Monday, January 22, 2018

Deep State Patriot Reveals Contents of House Intelligence Committee Memo: Evidence of Plan to End the United States – Explains Why Schumer Shut it Down!

Deep State Patriot Reveals Contents of House Intelligence Committee Memo: Evidence of Plan to End the United States – Explains Why Schumer Shut it Down!


Deep State Patriot Reveals Contents of House Intelligence Committee Memo: Evidence of Plan to End the United States – Explains Why Schumer Shut it Down!

Elder Patriot – QAnon is reputed to be a patriot with extensive evidence of the Deep State’s war on President Trump.  He took to the Internet yesterday to reveal what will be revealed either directly in the House’s Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence memo or as a result of the investigation that will result from it.. 

QAnon’s post requires some explanation but it makes clear that the information detailed in the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is going to blow the lid off the treasonous intent of Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama Obama, the highest levels of his administration, and the entire Democratic Party.
QAnon’s Internet post yesterday exposes all of they key points in their plot to take down the United States.
QAnon begins by asking “Does Sessions have the courage to bring criminal investigations against Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, as well as criminal elements in the DNC, the FBI, and the DOJ?”

He says that if Sessions lacks the nerve after the “Nunes Memo” has been made public, President Trump will be forced to replace him as Attorney General.
He then confirms that the memo is so damning that the entire Russian collusion narrative will be blown out of the water and that the result will:
  • Have Sessions reinstated with full authority including over the Russia probe.
  • Provide undeniable evidence of collusion between the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC.
  • Provide undeniable evidence that Obama administration appointees John Brennan (CIA), James Clapper (DNI), Susan Rice (NSA), James Comey (FBI), and Loretta Lynch (Attorney General) along with many underlings conspired to create a false sense that Donald Trump a Russian plant.
  • Reveal absolute proof that the Obama administration knowingly provided a FISA court with false documentation to obtain the warrant that illegally authorized surveillance of the Trump campaign.
QAnon says their brazen disregard for the law was based on their belief that Hillary was a slam-dunk to be elected and that they would never be held accountable.
The Deep State patriot then outlines the Obama-Clinton 16-year plan to destroy America.  Nothing QAnon posted contradicts a briefing I sat through during Obama’s first term discussing some of the very same issues.
The plan called for a complete infiltration of rogue elements, including Muslim Brotherhood operatives – elected and appointed – throughout every level of government.
The multi-point plan called for:
  • Leaking intelligence – especially military intelligence regarding assets and methods.
  • Cutting and gutting the military.  Cut spending and deplete and degrade military assets through endless and unwinnable (because of strategy and rules of engagement) war.  Obama left the military at pre-WWI levels of preparedness when he left the White House at the same time we were fighting on multiple fronts. NOW CHUCK SCHUMER HAS CUT OFF ALL MILITARY SPENDING!
  • Purging qualified Generals to strengthen civilian command over military decisions within the White House.
  • Placing Chief of Staff Valerie Jarrett in charge of determining any “Good Guys” either in the military, among elected Republicans, or within the permanent bureaucracy, and find a way to have them removed.
  • Compromising all Special Asset Program (SAP) highly sensitive intelligence protocols and SAP actors (spies) worldwide as Clinton did with her private server that she maintained with Obama’s approval.
  • Edward Snowden providing open source access to highly sensitive information that has proven catastrophic to our military.
  • Obama ordered the targeting of Conservatives both inside and outside of the federal bureaucracy.  From the IRS targeting Conservatives and Libertarians to reinstating Project Mockingbird funding of leftists journalists, authors, and the MSM, to Net Neutrality rules that provided Internet edge providers with the power to censor conservative content.  The Obama administration allowed the Internet giant edge providers to dominate the Internet content and revenue (space advertising) without fear of DOJ or Federal Trade Commission anti-trust lawsuits.
  • Flood the United States with illegals to insure the Dems’ voting base grew larger.
  • Maintaining a hands-off approach to North Korea’s developing nuclear weapons program.
  • Funding the development of Iran’s nuclear capabilities while arming and subsidizing their minion terrorist wing ISIS.
  • Instilling uncertainty in the US population by targeting conservative and libertarian leaders and media for removal while promoting hard-left Marxist groups like Black Lives Matter and Antifa to create fear.
  • Strangle the economy through massive regulation, high taxes, and outsourcing jobs and manufacturing.
Clinton was going to continue leading the American decline using the same plan that Obama had implemented but with her eye on unfinished business:
  • Overturn the Bill of Rights either by packing the Supreme Court with Marxist sympathizers, using the judicial appointments already in place to stifle court actions – like we’re witnessing now with Trump’s immigration Executive Orders – through legislative action or by unchallenged and unconstitutional Executive Decree similar to how Obama established DACA.  This would include:
    • Banning personal firearm sales.
    • Ending Fourth Amendment protections against unlawful search and seizure
    • Forever ending the Tenth Amendment that protects the rights of the states and individuals.
    • Ending the Electoral College so that sanctuary states would determine the president
  • Finally from a March 13, 2013 HRC intercept; throw Black voters – who they kept “starving”, “blind” and “stupid” all of these years – overboard.
Dr. Jerome Corsi, a terrific investigative reporter provides greater details here:
Any one or even two of these points could be chalked up to a miscalculation by the Obama administration but the totality of all of these policy decisions is roadmap that points to TREASON. 
That means that every Democrat – because not a single one raised any red flags along the way – was complicit in TREASON.
It doesn’t end there.  Where were the Republicans who sat in the majority and did nothing but pay lip service to us?  Remember, without a scintilla of evidence of wrongdoing the Democrats are committed to impeaching President Trump if they gain control of the House. 
Either Republicans shirked their Constitutional mandate or they are too stupid to recognize a pattern of TREASON right under their collective noses.
In any event it’s time to clean Congress’ house.

The (Draft) Indictment of Hillary Rodham Clinton

SEPTEMBER 21, 2017

Why is Hillary Clinton such a reviled figure in many precincts of the American populace? And not just the Right—I’m lookin’ at you, Bernie Sanders supporters. A Judicial Watch case being argued in federal court on Friday supplies some answers to that question.
Long before Benghazi, long before emails and clever Clinton Foundation shakedowns, there was Whitewater. The Clintons—abetted by the slack intellectual standards of American media—have succeeded in putting over the argument that Whitewater “was about nothing.” The Judicial Watch case proves otherwise.
For more than two years, Judicial Watch has been fighting to make public draft federal criminal indictments of Mrs. Clinton in the Whitewater affair. The allegations are well known to aficionados of financial crime: with Gov. Bill Clinton running Arkansas, Mrs. Clinton leveraged her work at the Rose Law Firm into a series of transactions on behalf of a corrupt financial institution, Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan, run by a longtime Clinton crony, James McDougal. Among the transactions was a document drafted by Mrs. Clinton to conceal a series of fraudulent loans that were used to deceive federal bank examiners. Winning the White House, Mrs. Clinton and her allies engaged in a long-running cover-up.
Between 1996 and 1998, the Office of Independent Counsel drew up a series of draft indictments of Mrs. Clinton. In the end, overwhelmed by the Lewinsky perjury case and stymied by Clinton stonewalls, prosecutors decided not to bring charges against Mrs. Clinton. But the evidence against the First Lady was significant. And the case sheds light as well on the mystery of why Mrs. Clinton is such a polarizing figure: Whitewater presents significant evidence that she was a crook, and got away with it.
Our Freedom of Information Act request for the draft indictments and our subsequent lawsuit was rejected. The court ruled that grand jury secrecy and Mrs. Clinton’s right to personal privacy barred disclosure of the draft indictments. We argue that given the enormous amount of grand jury and other information already made public, including in the vast “Final Report of the Independent Counsel” of January 2001, there is no secrecy or privacy left to protect.
A three-judge federal appeals panel will hear arguments Friday at 9:30 a.m. in Courtroom 20 of the United States Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, 333 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC.

This Is The Tweet That Reveals Everything You Need to Know About The Democrat Party

This Is The Tweet That Reveals Everything You Need to Know About The Democrat Party

This Is The Tweet That Reveals Everything You Need to Know About The Democrat Party


A conservative personality encapsulated everything wrong with the Democratic Party in a single tweet that has since gone viral.
Dan Bongino, a former secret service agent who boasts a massive online following, took Democrats to task for their budget demands that led to a shutdown of the federal government.
“Here’s everything you need to know about Democrats, they call Americans ‘deplorables’ and illegal immigrants ‘dreamers.’ #DACA,” wrote Bongino in a tweet that has been shared over 24,000 times since the publication of this article.
 The comments mostly pertain to a now-settled budget debate between Republicans and Democrats in Congress.
The federal government was forced into a shutdown of non-essential services beginning Saturday after lawmakers could not agree to a budget deal. At the heart of the issue is the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, an executive order that protects young illegal immigrants brought to the country at an early age from deportation.
DACA began as an executive order by then-President Barack Obama in 2012. President Donald Trump, a longtime critic of his predecessor’s immigration policies, announced last September that he would be phasing the program out, with an end of the executive order in six months time.
However, Trump and Republican lawmakers have indicated they want to work on a legislative fix to the program and have since been in talks with Democrats on the issue.
Illegal immigrants who benefit from DACA are known as “Dreamers.”
Despite the program not due to expire until March, Democratic lawmakers demanded that the current budget deal address DACA in order to win their approval.
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Speaker Paul Ryan was able to push through a spending bill in the House of Representatives, where the GOP enjoys a strong majority. However, in the Senate, where Democrats are in near-parity with the GOP and a spending bill must pass a 60-vote threshold, negotiations stalled throughout the weekend.
Democratic senators, many of them with 2020 presidential ambitions, hit the airwaves to make their case.
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s tweet came immediately after enough Democratic senators voted to end the government shutdown on Monday. She was not the only Democratic rising star to make a case for Dreamers.
The budget supported by congressional Republicans did fund CHIP. In a goodwill gesture to the other party, Republicans included in their House bill a six-year re-authorization of the Children’s Health Insurance Program, otherwise known as CHIP.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is running for re-election in Massachusetts this year and is eyed as a potential 2020 presidential candidate, has also lobbied heavily on behalf of DACA recipients.
Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris have made near identical statements regarding the status of Dreamers in the country.
Bongino’s point is that Democratic rhetoric regarding Dreamers come as a sharp contrast to their treatment of another segment of the U.S. population: the millions of Americans who pulled the lever for Donald Trump on Election Day — people whom Hillary Clinton once referred to as “deplorables” during a campaign event.
Her line proved to be damaging throughout the 2016 presidential election. During the second presidential debate, CNN moderator Anderson Cooper even asked Clinton how she could unite a country when she’s written off “tens of millions” of Americans, according to The Washington Post. Her comment continued to draw ire from the Right.
While Clinton has expressed regret over her comments, numerous Democrats have continued to question the integrity of many Trump supporters.

BREAKING: Trump Just Kicked His Ass Out Of America! Liberals Are LIVID!

BREAKING: Trump Just Kicked His Ass Out Of America! Liberals Are LIVID!

Adios!

The irony alone of illegals being well known as activists and still in the country is not lost on many of us, and if we still had the failure-in-chief in the White House, or worse, Hillary Clinton, you can bet they would be glorifying these illegals as some kind of messiahs. Trump, however, isn’t having any of it regardless of what the liberals scream about. Ravidath Ragbir and Jean Montrevil with the New Sanctuary Coalition of NYC have been spouting their “illegals before citizens” rhetoric for long enough, and they were both just detained and deported by ICE.
They were not deported simply to appease Trump; both of them were on borrowed time due to the fact that they were both convicted of serious crimes but protected under the “all criminals are welcome as long as they are also illegals” policy put in force by Obama when he tied the hands of federal officials.
Of course, the typical liberal mouthpieces are claiming this was a targeted act simply because the two men were vocal activist. The truth is that they broke our laws and that broke any and all agreements they may have had with the United States government, and now it is time for them to go!
According to Conservative Tribune :
Two high-profile illegal immigrants who attained a degree of fame through their activism have been detained and/or deported by the Trump administration after receiving repeated stays in the past, The Daily Caller has reported.
Ravidath Ragbir and Jean Montrevil, both prominent figures within the pro-illegal immigration group New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City, were detained and deported by Immigration and Customs Enforcement after years of being allowed to stay in the country at the discretion of federal officials — in spite of the fact that both had been convicted of serious crimes.
According to the New York Daily News, Ragbir was detained by ICE on Jan. 11 and informed that that his reprieve from deportation would not be extended further.
Ragbir, executive director of New Sanctuary, was checking in at the ICE office in New York City when he was detained. While Ragbir had immigrated to the United States legally back in 1991 from Trinidad and Tobago, he was convicted of wire fraud in 2000, according to The New York Times.
Ragbir received a deportation order in 2006, but in 2011 ICE officials in New York City gave him a reprieve of deportation. That reprieve was extended last April, but ICE officials informed Ragbir that reprieve would not be extended further. A judge will now decide his fate.
One week later, Haitian national Jean Montrevil — a co-founder of New Sanctuary — was deported after being taken into custody in early January. Montrevil, who had entered the United States in 1986, had served time on a drug possession charge and was in the process of appealing a deportation order.
According to The Intercept, Montrevil’s lawyer said his client “believed that he had reached an understanding with ICE officials.”
The general consensus among members of the activist community was that these arrests were targeted acts.
“It seems really clear to us that this is an escalation of retaliation, not just against individual rights leaders, but against the right of the movement to exist,” Mary Small, policy director for immigrant rights activist group Detention Watch Network, told The New York Times.
While it was perhaps a sign that ICE feels emboldened to go after activists as well as everyday illegal immigrants and those with deportation orders, this hardly seems to be “retaliation” or “escalation.” If it is, it is only in the sense that the government has refused to enforce deportation orders, which — at least to some activists — ought to be totally meaningless.
As for the idea that this is “targeting” — well, Al Capone and Meyer Lansky got “targeted” with tax evasion charges. That doesn’t make it wrong at all. And was this “targeting” uncalled for? Not by any means.
Montrevil and Ragbir didn’t control criminal empires like Capone and Lansky, but they provided activist support for millions of individuals who are in this country illegally.
This isn’t agenda-driven policing. It isn’t using the power of law enforcement to silence critics of the administration who’ve done nothing wrong. Mr. Montrevil and Mr. Ragbir made themselves targets. Not only did they violate the law, they brought attention upon themselves for doing so. They tried to invite sympathy upon themselves, essentially, for being convicts who had to face the consequences of those convictions.
Montrevil served five years in prison and was sentenced to 11 (indicative of a case of drug possession that was far more serious than just getting caught with a bag of cocaine, no matter how activists wish to spin it). In fact, he was set to be deported under the Obama administration in 2010, but a fellow detainee with a fever delayed his removal, and then an earthquake in the intervening days made it impossible, according to The New York Times.
Meanwhile, Ragbir spent time in prison on a $400,000 embezzlement scheme and has obtained several stays of deportation since, seemingly hiding behind his quasi-celebrity in the “Democracy Now!”-viewership community. Indeed, Ragbir’s wife Amy Gottlieb wrote a piece for The New York Times published Thursday that was all-too-subtly titled “ICE Detained My Husband for Being an Activist.”
Ms. Gottlieb waits until the fourth paragraph to mention the small detail that her husband was being deported because he committed a crime. She mentions that it occurred 18 years ago as if it were a point in his favor, gliding over the fact that Ragbir has obtained numerous stays from federal officials.
These are the crimes they have committed that have more or less been affirmed by the courts. But these illegal immigrants not only claim it’s their right to stay in the country after committing a crime, they claim it’s more or less every immigrant’s right to stay in the country after they’ve committed a crime. They made themselves some of the biggest names in the immigration debate — and when it comes to crime, the government is known to go after the biggest names.
On a personal level, with all due sympathy to Mr. Montrevil and Mr. Ragbir and the disruption this may cause to their respective families, they are the authors of this mess. Montrevil and Ragbir aren’t just innocent characters caught up in a web of nationalist intrigue, no matter how the press wants to frame it.
Both committed and were convicted of crimes, something they knew or ought to have known would likely end in their expulsion from this country. Any pain and anguish caused to their families and those around them is due to them and them alone. Hiding behind the cloak of “activism” cannot and should not erase this.
We live in a country of laws for a reason and it is fantastic to see an administration that is turning this country back to the path of law and order. Big names or not, illegal immigrants need to leave and try to reenter the right way, and illegal immigrants who commit crimes need to just simply go. Our systems have been burdened by them for far too long, and we need to put Americans first again.

Obama Nowhere To Be Found After Authorities Learn What His Terrorist Buds Are Doing In America

Obama Nowhere To Be Found After Authorities Learn What His Terrorist Buds Are Doing In America

Obama Nowhere To Be Found After Authorities Learn What His Terrorist Buds Are Doing In America

The truth is finally coming out!

With every crime that has been proven to lay at the feet of former President Obama, it is unimaginable that he is still walking free instead of in a 3×3 in Gitmo. From creating ISIS, setting high-ranking terrorists free from GITMO, and putting our sworn enemy of Iran on a path to nuclear arms, Obama has gone even farther by creating a shadow government to work towards destroying the Trump Administration.  All of that was simply part of his distracting tactics for his other treasonous antics like crippling our military causing countless troops to be killed with his asinine revamping of our military’s ROE (Rules Of Engagement). All of that may be extremely alarming, but many of the things coming to light since he has left the White House are beyond comprehensible.
What has been coming to light about Obama’s Muslim terrorist cronies and what they are now doing on the inside the United States will make you an absolute believer that this man needs to be tried and executed for treason.
The Iran deal was bad, but Obama’s true intentions for doing it in the first place was only half of the plan. Part of the original deal was for the United States to give clemency to seven Iranian prisoners in exchange for four American prisoners which Obama publicly stated had merely “violated economic sanctions.” That was a blatant and horrid lie from the pit of his hell-bound mouth. It was proven that these seven Muslim individuals had in fact been in prison for actively threatening US national security as they’d been caught procuring weapons to known terrorists who were planning to carry out terror attacks against the United States. Obama was fully aware of the very disturbing background of these individuals and their plan the ENTIRE TIME, yet he chose to lie to the American people about why they were set free.
Via The Politico:
On Jan. 17, 2016, President Barack Obama went on national TV to announce the formal implementation of the nuclear deal with Iran, and another top-secret deal that secured the release of four Iranian-Americans imprisoned by Tehran. In exchange, Obama said, he was granting clemency to six Iranian-Americans and one Iranian man convicted or awaiting trial in the U.S. for violations of U.S. sanctions laws, and that none of them were charged with “terrorism or any violent offenses.”
This entire swap was done against the will of several veteran prosecutors that Obama’s administration overruled in an attempt to get these radical Muslim terrorists back on the streets in order to wage further jihad against the United States and the West.
The New York Post reported:
In a blockbuster exposé, Politico’s Josh Meyer reports that Team Obama overruled veteran prosecutors to free seven Iranians, claiming publicly they’d merely violated economic sanctions. In fact, they were charged with posing threats to US national security as part of a weapons procurement ring.
More, the administration also dropped charges against 14 fugitives involved in smuggling sophisticated weapons to Iran and its terrorist subsidiaries. That move ended the international arrest warrants against the 14 — and Obama & Co. had been obstructing efforts to apprehend them.
What’s even disturbing, is that in addition to these seven terrorists, there’s an additional 14 that were included in part of the nuclear deal that Obama didn’t mention, all fugitives that were wanted by the United States. But Obama dropped all charges and international arrest warrants against them, citing BS about “significant foreign policy interests.” Just to give you an idea of how dangerous these terrorists are that Obama released back onto the streets, here’s their rap sheet as put together by Politico:
Bahram Mechanic — A dual U.S. and Iranian citizen and accused ringleader of a Houston-based procurement network operating since at least 1985. A 24-count indictment unsealed in April 2015 charged Mechanic and alleged associates Khosrow Afghahi and Tooraj Faridi with illegally supplying Iran with U.S.-origin microelectronics and other commodities “frequently used in a wide range of military systems, including surface-air and cruise missiles.” Prosecutors said Mechanic’s network, including four corporations also indicted, sent at least $24 million worth of commodities to Iran between July 2010 and early 2015 alone. “The proliferation of sensitive U.S. technologies to Iran and the direct support to their military and weapons programs remains a clear threat to U.S. national security,” then-Assistant FBI Director Randall Coleman said when the charges were announced. A report by the Institute for Science and International Security said the case highlighted how skilled Iranian procurement agents “continue to seek sensitive goods from inside the United States and increase the sophistication of their schemes in order to reduce chances of detection.” All three pleaded not guilty, and were in custody or on bail and facing more than 20 years in prison when pardoned.
Nima Golestaneh — An Iranian national accused of spearheading an elaborate October 2012 conspiracy to steal for Iran millions of dollars worth of sensitive information from a Vermont-based defense contractor, including proprietary software to help its customers with aerodynamics analysis and design issues.
U.S. cybersecurity experts said the case was part of a broader campaign by Iran to hack aerospace firms, airports and airlines around the world. The government of Turkey had turned over Golestaneh, reportedly in an effort to persuade the U.S. to extradite Pennsylvania-based activist and cleric Fethullah Gulen, who was wanted in Turkey on charges of trying to overthrow the government. Golestaneh had pleaded guilty to wire fraud and computer fraud; he was in custody and scheduled to be sentenced when freed.
Nader Modanlo — A naturalized U.S. citizen born in Iran and living in Potomac, Maryland, Modanlo was convicted in June 2013 of charges arising from a conspiracy to illegally provide satellite hardware and technology to Iran over many years, and with receiving $10 million as part of a secret effort to help Tehran launch its first-ever satellite. When Modanlo, who also had worked for NASA subcontractors, was sentenced to eight years in federal prison, senior Defense Criminal Investigative Service official Robert E. Craig, Jr. said the case showed how the U.S. will “aggressively and tirelessly pursue and prosecute anyone who willfully violates laws that are designed to preserve and protect our nation’s most critical technologies and resources … [to ensure] the safety of America’s warfighters and all Americans.” Modanlo initially refused the deal, citing his pending appeal, but accepted it after authorities dropped their $10 million claim on his assets.
Arash Ghahreman — A naturalized U.S. citizen born in Iran, Ghahreman was a former engineer for the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines, which has been sanctioned by the U.S., United Nations and EU for advancing Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs. Ghahreman headed a U.S.-based Iranian procurement network that acquired a wide array of American goods and technologies with possible military and weapons uses for users in Iran. A years-long undercover operation produced video of the Staten Island, New York, resident discussing with federal agents posing as prospective suppliers how some items could be used for electronic warfare, and how the initial deal could lead to a lucrative business relationship because his associates needed “reliable, trustable partners.” After a San Diego jury convicted him in April 2015, the Justice Department’s top national security official, Assistant Attorney General John Carlin, said “these violations of the Iran Trade Embargo have the potential to harm U.S. national security objectives …” Ghahreman was serving a 6 1/2-year prison sentence when freed.
Ali Saboonchi — A naturalized U.S. citizen born in Iran and living in Parkville, Maryland, Saboonchi was accused of setting up the Ace Electric Co. at the behest of an Iranian co-conspirator, and using it as part of a procurement network that illegally shipped industrial parts and components to Iranian users. After he was convicted in August 2014, FBI’s Baltimore chief Steve Vogt said, “This case and trial gave the public a rare view into the lengths Mr. Saboonchi and others like him will go to break the law of this country and aid our foreign adversaries. We work every day to keep what may seem like benign technology and ideas created here in America from being used against us.” Saboonchi was serving a two-year sentence in a federal prison in Virginia when released.
The 14 fugitives whose cases and international arrest warrants were dropped:
The Justice Department and other U.S. agencies never provided details of the 14 cases against Iranian fugitives that it dropped as part of the deal, including the names of the defendants or the charges against them, only confirming the cases of the seven men granted clemency by Obama. These case histories have been compiled from federal court documents and other records, based on identities of the men initially disclosed by Iran’s FARS news service. Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari initially told reporters in Tehran that a total of 28 Iranians “were freed or were relieved of judicial restrictions within the framework of the agreement,” but did not identify the other seven, and those cases have never been confirmed. U.S. officials had no comment.
Seyed Abolfazl Shahab Jamili — An Iranian import-export businessman charged with procuring nuclear-related equipment for Iran from 2005 through 2012, including conspiring with Chinese associate Sihai Cheng to obtain hundreds of U.S.-made pressure transducers for the gas centrifuges Iran used to secretly enrich uranium. “As this case illustrates, the FBI will do everything it can to keep U.S. weapons technology and other restricted materials from falling into the wrong hands and hurting our nation’s security,” the FBI’s Boston director Harold Shaw said after Cheng pleaded guilty Dec. 18, 2015 and was sentenced to nine years in prison. But on Jan. 16, 2016, the same Boston prosecutors who charged Cheng, Jamili and two Iranian companies in 2013 were told by superiors to dismiss all charges against Jamili “based upon issues regarding securing extradition of the defendant and significant foreign policy interests.”
Amin Ravan — An Iranian citizen known to be a long-time procurement agent for Iran, Ravan and his Iran-based company IC Market Iran were charged in 2011 with smuggling U.S.-made military antennas to Hong Kong and Singapore. Authorities alleged that Ravan worked with a Singapore firm, Corezing International, to acquire the antennas and a wide array of other components for users in Iran. They also say he was involved in a sprawling Iranian procurement network that was charged with helping Iran acquire U.S. radio frequency modules and other components that ended up in a particularly deadly form of IED that was responsible for killing many American troops in Iraq. Ravan was arrested in Malaysia in 2012, and released before U.S. authorities could have him extradited.
Behrouz Dolatzadeh — An Iranian citizen and longtime weapons smuggler for Iran, Dolatzadeh is suspected by U.S. authorities of being active as far back as 1995 in a wide range of procurement activities, some in connection with a secretive business empire linked to Iran’s hard-line Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He was indicted under seal in Arizona in February 2012, lured to the Czech Republic by an undercover agent, arrested and charged in connection with an alleged scheme to buy thousands of U.S.-made assault rifles for ultimate use in Iran. Dolatzadeh was convicted by a Czech court on local arms smuggling charges but released, after claiming entrapment on appeal. Authorities said Dolatzadeh was also charged in a 1995 case in Ohio with being part of a seven-person conspiracy to ship sensitive military radios, scramblers and decoders to Iran. One senior Justice Department prosecutor called the network “a serious threat to national security” at the time. Dolatzadeh was identified as an official with the Iranian Defense Ministry, according to a 1995 report on the indictment by The Associated Press.
Hamid Arabnejad, Gholamreza Mahmoudi and Ali Moattar — Three Iranian citizens and executives at Mahan Air, they were indicted in 2014 in connection with a conspiracy to illegally obtain by lease agreement as many as six Boeing airplanes on behalf of the private Iranian airline. The Treasury Department officially sanctioned Mahan Air in 2011 for providing financial material and technological support to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and its elite Qods Force, saying the paramilitary group transported personnel, weapons and goods on behalf of Lebanese Hezbollah. Arabnejad was individually sanctioned for allegedly overseeing Mahan Air’s efforts to evade U.S. and international sanctions, for working closely with Qods Force to coordinate Mahan Air’s support and services for it and for facilitating illicit cargo shipments to Syria. Mahmoudi, authorities alleged, was a corporate director who worked closely with Arabnejad, including “on sanctions evasion strategies to acquire U.S. aircraft.” Treasury also sanctioned front companies it said served as “part of the procurement backbone of Mahan Air, enabling the sanctioned airline to continue ferrying significant quantities of weapons and other illicit cargo into Syria on its own passenger aircraft to support the Assad regime’s violent crackdown against its own citizens.”
Matin Sadeghi — A Turkish national indicted in April 2015 as part of Bahram Mechanic’s Houston-based procurement network, Sadeghi allegedly used his Istanbul trading company as an intermediary shipping point for dual-use U.S.-origin electronics exported illegally to Iran, including commodities “frequently used in a wide range of military systems, including surface-air and cruise missiles.” Sadeghi played a key role in helping Mechanic’s procurement network ship at least 28 million parts — worth $24 million — to Iran from 2010 to 2015, buying them from companies around the world and shipping them via third-party countries Turkey and Taiwan to evade U.S. restrictions, the indictment said.
Koorush Taherkhani — An Iranian national and alleged co-conspirator in Ghahreman’s procurement network, Taherkhani was the managing director and founder of TIG Marine Engineering Services in Dubai, which was indicted along with him. Prosecutors said he used the firm as a front company to acquire U.S.-made navigation equipment for ultimate use in Iran. Like Ghahreman, he was an engineer for various Iranian shipping companies, including the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines and its subsidiaries. Taherkhani was also accused of hiring a fifth co-defendant, German national and Dubai resident Ergun Yildiz, to be the “face” of the front company to hide the Iranian connection. Yildiz ultimately assisted U.S. authorities and won early release.
Alireza Moazami Goudarzi — An Iranian citizen, Goudarzi was charged in November 2012 in connection with an international conspiracy to illegally procure U.S. aircraft parts to Iran, including rotor blades for attack helicopters and other military and restricted aviation components. He was arrested after meeting with an undercover U.S. agent in Malaysia to purchase parts. Goudarzi’s indictment “reinforces HSI’s commitment to dismantle foreign procurement networks seeking to obtain sensitive technologies and components,” James Hayes, Jr., who headed DHS’s Homeland Security Investigations unit, said at the time. “These procurement networks pose a serious threat to our national security.” The Malaysian government refused to extradite Goudarzi to the U.S. and released him. His was the only case in which a federal judge questioned the Justice Department’s request to drop the charges, but the judge later approved it.
Jalal Salami — A dual U.S. and Iranian citizen who allegedly used his San Marco, California, firm in a conspiracy to procure U.S. electronic components for ultimate use in Iran through Malaysia. He was charged in 2011 with 29 counts related to the conspiracy. Two others, Iranian citizens Sajad Farhadi and Seyed Ahmad Abtahi, were also part of the procurement network, prosecutors said. Both worked for a Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, firm that acted as a transshipment point for the U.S.-origin components. Authorities allege that Farhadi oversaw the Malaysia operations while Abtahi managed operations from Iran and identified specific components to be procured from U.S. companies. All three faced charges that could lead to long prison terms when the cases were dropped.
Mohammed A. Sharbaf — An Iranian citizen indicted with two others in 2005 for allegedly being part of a conspiracy to procure U.S.-origin forklift parts in violation of U.S. sanctions. Authorities said Sharbaf, president and managing director of Sepahan Lifter Co. in Iran, sought to illegally import forklift parts via a Dubai trading company.
Mohammad Abbas Mohammadi — An Iranian citizen charged in 2013 with conspiring to illegally procure U.S.-origin aircraft parts – including engines – for use in civilian and military aircraft in Iran. The indictment alleges that Mohammadi was working on behalf of Iranian Aircraft Industries, a company controlled by the Tehran government, and that the parts were for the Iranian government’s military and civilian aircraft fleet.
If you haven’t figured out by now that Obama is nothing more than a domestic terrorist himself then your liberal mindset is something that cannot be fixed, and you will be doomed to fall for the actions of your leaders in the end. Wake up people. Being a sheep is no longer an option when all the proof is staring you in the face.

Obama In Panic Mode After Criminal List Of His DOJ and FBI Minions Is Released That Shows What They ALL Did

Obama In Panic Mode After Criminal List Of His DOJ and FBI Minions Is Released That Shows What They ALL Did 

Obama In Panic Mode After Criminal List Of His DOJ and FBI Minions Is Released That Shows What They ALL Did

Obama is freaking the hell out!!!

For Obama and Hillary, their time for their lawless antics will soon be over. It was an extremely stressful week for the crooked duo, where an 11-count indictment was handed down against one of Hillary’s minions connected to her Uranium One scandal. Then on Wednesday, we learned that a federal judge will be releasing 1.2 million documents chronicling their crimes, in what Judicial Watch is dubbing a “tsunami of information.”
If that wasn’t enough to send Obama and Hillary into cardiac arrest, the House intel committee has just released the memo detailing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) by senior Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigations officials, where several committee members are dubbing the contents of this memo to be “bigger than Watergate.” Now these swamp rats are likely crapping his pants yet again, after an all-inclusive list of their “Deep State” criminals has just been released to the public for all of America to see.

As compiled by The Gateway Pundit, here’s a list of corrupt, criminal and treasonous operatives within the DOJ and FBI who need to be brought to justice.

1. Eric Holder
Holder was AG during Obama’s first term and he therefore was AG during not only during the fast and furious scandal but the many other corrupt activities that occurred during Obama’s first term. He signed off on the Uranium One deal where the Obama administration approved the sale of 20 percent of US uranium to Russia while at the same time, no doubt was involved in the cover up of FBI Director Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia where the “FBI knew, as of November 2009, of criminal activities by Tenex, the U.S. affiliate of Russia’s nuclear energy agency, Rosatom.”
2. Loretta Lynch   
Obama’s second corrupt AG oversaw the FBI and DOJ that set Hillary Clinton free during the email scandal after obvious criminal actions a week after Lynch met Bill Clinton on an Arizona tarmac in a botched clandestine meeting before the election. After the Trump win Lynch released the following bizarre video and call to arms for the deep state –
3. Robert Mueller
Dirty Cop and former FBI Head Robert Mueller is the epitome of the deep state. As head of the FBI he failed to prosecute anyone for emailgate, fast and furious, Clinton foundation, etc. He never recused himself as the special counsel in the Trump – Russia farce in spite of numerous conflicts of interest. His entire team is a group of deep state liberal corrupt attorneys and investigators. His investigation is a crime as exemplified by the recent report that the Mueller team unlawfully obtained transition emails from the Trump team that were protected under attorney – client privilege. Mueller is also famous for hand delivering uranium to Russia on an airport tarmac per Hillary Clinton instructions.
4. James Comey
Mueller’s partner in crime and protégé led the FBI after Mueller’s departure. He won a deep state award for best corrupt actor when he led the Clinton email investigation, treated it as a special case, and then let Hillary off with no charges. His presentation for why she should be let go was a masterpiece and showed he may also be a bit of a lunatic. He let Hillary go twice during the election in spite of obvious crimes to every American.
5. Sally Yates
The acting AG when President Trump took over who defied the President’s immigration order and was fired for doing so.
6. Rod Rosenstein
At Rosenstein’s recent testimony in front of the House he showed how truly creepy he is. He answered nothing and constantly sniffed his nose like a cocaine addict. He was involved in the Russia coverup at the time of the sale of Uranium One and he and Mueller have been accused of abusing ‘Secrecy Powers’ in hiding information about the Trump investigation from Congress for months.
7. Andrew Weissman
Weissman is one of the Trump haters on Mueller’s team who praised Yates for defying President Trump’s travel ban before being removed by Trump. The MSM praised her as well. Mueller’s selection of Weissman says it all. Weissmann is famous for pushing charges against Arthur Anderson and Merrill Lynch in the 2000’s that were eventually overturned by the Supreme Court 9 – 0 and an Appellate Court a year later. Thousands lost their jobs because of Weissmann’s errors. He has served as general counsel at the FBI and as an assistant U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York. — Weissmann donated $2,300 to the Obama Victory Fund in 2008, $2,000 to the DNC in 2006 and at least $2,300 to the Clinton campaign in 2007.
8. Andrew McCabe
FBI Head after Comey was fired by President Trump, McCabe is in the middle of the scheme to overthrow the government. His wife ran for office in 2016 and her campaign received hundreds of thousands in Hillary related campaign donations at the same time McCabe was involved in the Hillary emails cover-up. In spite of this, McCabe didn’t recuse himself from the Hillary investigation until a week before the 2016 election. His name was on an email involved in drafting Comey’s exoneration of Clinton. The distribution list is all deep state
9. Peter Strzok
Nobody knew this crook’s name until a few weeks ago. The Lead Inspector on the Clinton email scandal and Trump – Russia farce. This guy had a god – complex and thought it was his mission to stop Trump and help Hillary. He’s a crook in every sense of the word and should be in jail and tried for treason.
10. Lisa Page
Strzok’s mistress at the DOJ. Another Trump hater in the deep state. She is on the Mueller investigative team and on detail from the FBI’s Office of the General Counsel and a former trial attorney with the Criminal Division’s Organized Crime and Gang Section – Investigated Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash, a one-time business partner of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, at the DOJ.
11. and 12. Bruce and Nellie Ohr 
He worked at the DOJ and she worked at Fusion – the company that slanders people for a living. Her specialty was with Russia and Trump. This was all kept secret until recently.
13. James Baker
The FBI General Counsel who is being reassigned by new FBI Director Christopher Wray following a leak investigation.
14. Peter Kadzik – Kadzik was a DOJ Assistant Attorney and was outed as a mole for the Hillary Clinton campaign in an email released by WikiLeaks.
15. Jeff Sessions
The biggest disappointment of the year. At first the thought was that Sessions was compromised but now he appears to be a card carrying member of deep state. He did everything he could to create the Mueller investigation and has done nothing to address the many Obama and Hillary crimes. He must go.
16. Chris Wray
The current FBI Director, Wray shows that he is part of the problem by allowing individuals like Baker and Strzok to move departments and McCabe to retire without being held accountable.
17. Aaron Rouse
He’s the Head of the FBI investigation into the Las Vegas shootings and murder of 59 concert goers and he’s a Comey appointee. The fact that we know so little and that the MSM is burying the story is proof of more FBI corruption related to this incident.
The Entire Mueller Investigative Team  in addition to those listed above, below are the others on the Mueller team
18. Rush Atkinson, an attorney on detail from the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section at the Department of Justice
— Donated $200 to Clinton in 2016
19. Peter Carr – DOJ spokesman under Barack Obama.
20. Andrew Goldstein, a public corruption prosecutor on detail from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York
 Worked under Trump-basher Preet Bharara in the liberal New York southern district.
21. Adam Jed, an appellate attorney on detail from DOJ’s Civil Division. — Defended Obamacare at the DOJ.
22. Elizabeth Prelogar, an appellate attorney on detail from the Office of the Solicitor General. -Fluent in Russian; former law clerk to Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan.
23. James Quarles, a former partner at WilmerHale and a former assistant special prosecutor for the Watergate Special Prosecution Force. –Former assistant special prosecutor on the Watergate Special Prosecution Force.
24. Jeannie Rhee, a former partner at WilmerHale who has served in the Office of Legal Counsel at DOJ and as an assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia. — Rhee is a Clinton Foundation Lawyer and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel under Barack Obama.
25. Brandon Van Grack, an attorney on detail from the Justice Department’s National Security Division.
— Led a grand jury inquiry in Northern Virginia scrutinizing former Trump associate Michael Flynn’s foreign lobbying.
26. Aaron Zebley, a former partner at WilmerHale who has previously served with Mueller at the FBI and has served as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia. — Worked with Robert Mueller at the WilmerHale firm.
27. Aaron Zelinsky, an attorney on detail from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Maryland. — Worked under Assistant AG Rod Rosenstein in Maryland.
28. Zainab Ahmad, a top national security prosecutor on detail from U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York.
29. Michael Dreeben, an appellate attorney on detail from the Office of the Solicitor General, described by former colleagues as one of the brightest criminal law experts of the past two generations.
While Trump does everything in his power to “drain the swamp,” the task has been increasingly difficult, as Obama and Hillary’s minions are riddled throughout the White House constantly doing the bidding of the previous administration and actively blocking federal investigations. But one federal judge is done playing around. Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton warns that this massive document dump will expose even more corruption from the “Deep State,” warning that this “tsunami of information” will be something Hillary and Obama won’t be able to defend themselves against.

Billionaire Couple Found Murdered in Their Toronto Home Are Linked to Clinton Foundation's Relief Efforts

Billionaire Couple Found Murdered in Their Toronto Home Are Linked to Clinton Foundation's Relief Efforts


Billionaire Couple Found Murdered in Their Toronto Home Are Linked to Clinton Foundation’s Relief Efforts

Canadian officials announced on Friday that the billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered in their home in December.

For the past month officials called their deaths a murder-suicide.


The couple was found strangled in their Toronto home.

Haaretz is reporting it was a professional contract killing,

The New York Post reported:
The billionaire husband and wife found hanging side-by-side in their posh Toronto home last month were both murdered, according to a bombshell report citing a team of private investigators on Saturday.
Multiple killers played a role in the deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman — contrary to the widely-circulated murder-suicide theory initially leaked by law enforcement, sources told CBC News, citing a parallel probe by a team of investigators hired by the couple’s family.
A real estate agent who was selling the $5.4 million home had discovered pharmaceutical mogul Barry, 75, and Honey, 70, dead on Dec. 15.

Barry Sherman founded Apotex pharmaceutical company.
Apotex supplied generic drugs to Clinton foundation in Haiti and Rwanda.
Apotex also donated medicines and supplies to Clinton Foundation Puerto Rican relief efforts in 2017.