‘Trump was right’: Explosive new FBI texts detail internal furor over handling of ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ investigation

Trump was right
Trump was right

By Sean Davis and Mollie Hemingway

Newly disclosed internal FBI notes and text messages detail the extent of the FBI’s desire to take down Trump and his associates at any cost.

Federal Bureau of Investigation agents tasked by fired former Director James Comey to take down Donald Trump during and after the 2016 election were so concerned about the agency’s potentially illegal behavior that they purchased liability insurance to protect themselves less than two weeks before Trump was inaugurated president, previously hidden FBI text messages show. The explosive new communications and internal FBI notes were disclosed in federal court filings today from Sidney Powell, the attorney who heads Michael Flynn’s legal defense team.

“[W]e all went and purchased professional liability insurance,” one agent texted on Jan. 10, 2017, the same day CNN leaked details that then-President-elect Trump had been briefed by Comey about the bogus Christopher Steele dossier. That briefing of Trump was used as a pretext to legitimize the debunked dossier, which was funded by the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign and compiled by a foreign intelligence officer who was working for a sanctioned Russian oligarch.

Holy crap,” an agent responded. “All the analysts too?

Yep,” the first agent said. “All the folks at the Agency as well.

“[C]an I ask who are the most likely litigators?” an agent responded. “[A]s far as potentially suing y’all[?]”

“[H]aha, who knows….I think [t]he concern when we got it was that there was a big leak at DOJ and the NYT among others was going to do a piece,” the first agent said.

While the names of the agents responsible for the texts are redacted, the legal filing from Powell, quoting communications from the Department of Justice, states that the latest document production included handwritten notes and texts from Peter Strzok, Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, and FBI analysts who worked on the FBI’s investigation of Flynn.

Agents also said they were worried about how a new attorney general might view the actions taken against Trump during the investigation. Shortly after then-Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) was confirmed to be Trump’s new attorney general, congressional Democrats, media, and Obama holdovers within DOJ immediately moved to force Sessions to recuse himself from overseeing the department’s investigations against Trump.

“[T]he new AG might have some questions….then yada yada yada…we all get screwed,” one agent wrote.

The FBI agents also discussed how the investigation’s leadership was consumed with conspiracy theories rather than evidence.

I’m tellying [sic] man, if this thing ever gets FOIA’d, there are going to be some tough questions asked,” one agent wrote. “[A]nd a great deal of those will be related to Brian having a scope way outside the boundaries of logic[.]

“[REDACTED] is one of the worst offenders of the rabbit holes and conspiracy theories,” an agent texted. “This guy traveled with that guy, who put down 3rd guy as his visa sponsor. 3rd guy lives near a navy base, therefore…[.]”

Several texts show that the order to close the criminal investigation against Flynn came as early as Nov. 8, 2016, the same day as the 2016 presidential election. It was later re-opened in early January of 2017.

We have some loose ends to tie up, and we all need to meet to discuss what to do with each case (he said shut down Razor),” one agent texted, referring to Crossfire Razor, the FBI’s internal code name for the investigation of Flynn.

“[S]o glad they’re closing Razor,” an agent responded.

The new disclosures made by DOJ also show that the FBI used so-called national security letters (NSLs) to spy on Flynn’s finances. Unlike traditional subpoenas, which require judicial review and approval before authorities can seize an innocent person’s property and information, NSLs are never independently reviewed by courts. One of the agents noted in a text message that the NSLs were just being used as a pretext by FBI leadership to buy time to find dirt on Flynn after the first investigation of him yielded no derogatory information.

Read full text: The Federalist

Tens of thousands of christians gather to pray in Washington: “We are One Nation Under God”

Franklin Graham’s inaugural Prayer March
Franklin Graham’s inaugural Prayer March

By Steven Ertelt

Tens of thousands of Christians from across the country gathered in Washington, D.C. today to for Franklin Graham’s inaugural Prayer March. Coming from far and wide they assembled together in the nation’s capitol today to pray for the nation.

Franklin Graham, son of the American evangelist preacher Billy Grahamannounced on Twitter his spearheading of the Prayer March on Aug. 8, calling it a necessary event for a nation “in trouble.”

“There are lots of loud voices these days,” Stephen Rhoads, vice president of church ministries for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, told The Daily Caller News Foundation. The group wants to “have a peaceful, holy moment of consecration and repentance to heal our land,” said Rhoads.

Before the event today, Graham said, “We need to be the United States of America, not the divided states of America.”

He said he is worried about the rise of socialism and secularism in America.

I’m just concerned that the people in this country don’t realize that the left, the socialists, want this country to look like Cuba… like Venezuela,” he said.

The only hope for this country is God. It’s not Republicans or Democrats,” Graham said. “Only hope is God and if we as Christians don’t pray for God’s help, he may just let this country fail.

And tens of thousands of Christians today had a unifying uplifting moment as they gathered for prayer and reflected, led in part by Vice President Mike Pence.

In these challenging times we do well as you do today to remember that in everything by prayer and petition with thanksgiving that we are to present our requests to God,” the vice president said. “And we can claim the promise that the Peace of God that passes all understanding will guard our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus as His grace has through the generations of this nation.”

Source: Life News

There is simply No good reason to not immediately confirm Amy Coney Barrett

Supreme Court of the United States of America
Supreme Court of the United States of America



Barrett isn’t some fire-breathing religious zealot. She’s an accomplished jurist who believes in the Constitution and the duty of judges to uphold the law.

OK, let’s do this. President Trump has nominated Amy Coney Barrett to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and there is no reasonable or principled argument why she should not be confirmed as soon as possible.

There is absolutely no question that the 48-year-old Barrett, a constitutional scholar who clerked for the late Justice Antonin Scalia and is now a judge on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, is qualified. She is highly qualified, and everyone knows it.

Every single Supreme Court law clerk who clerked the same term that she worked for Scalia in 1998 signed a letter supporting her nomination to the federal appellate bench in 2017, including liberal academics at Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. They praised her as a “woman of remarkable intellect and character,” who was “fair-minded” and “able to work collaboratively with her colleagues (even those with whom she disagreed) on challenging legal questions.”

Every full-time member of the Notre Dame Law School faculty, where she taught for years, endorsed her nomination to the Seventh Circuit, calling her “a brilliant teacher and scholar,” who “possesses in abundance all of the other qualities that shape extraordinary jurists: discipline, intellect, wisdom, impeccable temperament, and above all, fundamental decency and humanity.” Hundreds of former student had similar things to say, as did dozens of other law professors.

I could go on, but you get the idea. She is as qualified to serve on the Supreme Court as it is possible to be without actually serving on it. No one can dispute this, and probably no one will.

Democrats will come after Barrett’s faith

What Barrett’s detractors in the media and on the Senate Judiciary Committee will almost certainly seize on are not the details of her professional life or her impeccable credentials, but her personal life and her religious beliefs.
We know this because it already happened during her confirmation hearing for the Seventh Circuit in 2017, when Sen. Dianne Feinstein indulged in a bit of anti-Christian bigotry and seemed to impose an unconstitutional religious test, infamously telling Barrett, “the dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern.”
Barrett is a Catholic—and not a Joe Biden-style Catholic but the sort of Catholic who takes seriously the church’s teachings on matters like abortion and gay marriage. She is the mother of seven, including a son, her youngest, who has Down’s syndrome, and two children she and her husband adopted from Haiti.

She is also a member of a charismatic faith community, People of Praise, for which she has already been viciously and slanderously attacked in the press. Among the absurdities bandied about by the media concerning People of Praise is the contention that the group is some sort of real-life version of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” in which women are ruled by men and confined to the home. The assumption that this must be so led Newsweek to publish a biased and erroneous article, since corrected, claiming that People of Praise was in fact Margaret Atwood’s inspiration for “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Smearing Barrett and her faith community in this way would be a great angle of attack for the left, confirming all their priors about conservatives and their view of women, except for the fact that Barrett is a legal scholar, a federal judge and, you know, a nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court.

Nevertheless, Democrats will doubtless come after her because she takes her faith at least as seriously as she takes the law. Barrett co-authored a scholarly paper that grapples with the possibility of tension between the two, examining the question of how Catholic judges should respond to cases involving the death penalty, which the church opposes.

Senate Democrats are likely to fixate on this paper, as they did in her earlier confirmation hearing, as proof-positive that Barrett cannot possibly be trusted to set aside her religious convictions in the discharge of her duties as a judge. But in the paper, Barrett and her co-author, John Garvey, argue the exact opposite, writing that “judges cannot—nor should they try to—align our legal system with the Church’s moral teaching whenever the two diverge.” Anything less would betray the public trust, they argue.

What’s more, they concluded that the instances when a Catholic judge’s religious commitments so conflict with the law that the judge must be recused are exceedingly rare, and that in most cases Catholic judges can faithfully discharge their duties without violating their consciences.

At her hearing in 2017, Barrett was at pains to explain this to Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee like Feinstein and Sen. Mazie Hirono, who bent over backwards to misunderstand Barrett, even when she was clear as could be. The core argument of the article, Barrett said, “is that a judge may never subvert the law or twist it in any way to match the judge’s convictions.”

No matter. “You have a long history of believing that your religious beliefs should prevail,” Feinstein declared. “It seems to me that your testimony today is at variance with your earlier writings,” said Hirono. Nothing Barrett said, and certainly nothing she had actually written in that paper, could change their minds.

Barrett has been consistent in her view of a Judge’s Role

Barrett wasn’t just trying to tell the senators what they wanted to hear. She has said the same thing about a judge’s duty to uphold the law despite personal preferences more recently. At a Hillsdale College-sponsored talk in Washington, D.C., last year, she spoke at length on the obligations of duty in the face of private moral convictions and public pressure, using the example of John Adams’ representation of the British soldiers involved in the Boston massacre:

Adhering to duty in the face of a contrary personal or political preference, and in the face of public pressure to the contrary, has particular resonance for the job of a judge. A judge is obligated to apply the law as it is and not as she wishes it would be. She is obliged to follow the law even when her personal preferences cut the other way, or when she will experience great public criticism for doing so.

Later in that same talk, she reiterated the point:

You are not there to decide cases as you may prefer. You are not there to decide cases as the public or as the press may want you to. You’re not there to win a popularity contest. You are there to do your duty and to follow the law wherever it may take you… The law simply does not align with a judge’s political preference or personal preference in every case. And so it will be the case that judges have to make hard decisions and that they have to decide cases in ways that yield outcomes that are not the outcomes they would prefer.

During a brief Q&A after her remarks, Barrett was asked what role, if any, the faith of a judicial nominee should have in the confirmation process. “None,” she answered. The premise of the question, she added, is that people of faith somehow have a “uniquely difficult time” separating their moral commitments from their obligation to apply the law. “People of faith should reject that premise,” she said, because of course almost everyone has deeply held moral convictions, whether or not they derive them from a religious faith.

Even judges with no faith at all, Barrett explained, need to be sure that their deeply held moral convictions don’t interfere with their duty to uphold the law. The public should always be concerned whether judicial nominees will be able and willing to set aside their personal preferences and moral (or political) convictions and follow the law, “but that’s not a challenge just for religious people, that’s a challenge for everyone.”

So there’s your answer, Feinstein. Now let’s get on with it, and confirm Barrett without delay.

Source: The Federalist


Trump unveils health care plan, signs order protecting pre-existing conditions

Trump America First Healthcare Plan
Trump America First Healthcare Plan

By Ebony Bowden

President Trump outlined his long-awaited health care plan on Thursday, signing a series of executive orders he said are aimed at protecting Americans with pre-existing conditions, ending surprise billing and introducing more affordable public options.

The move comes as the Trump administration tries to overturn ObamaCare in the Supreme Court after getting rid of the key enforcement tool of the law, the individual mandate, when Congress eliminated the penalty for not having insurance.

Abolishing it could mean 20 million Americans lose their health insurance, though the case will not be heard until after the election.

We’re delivering better care with more choice at a much lower cost and working to ensure Americans have access to the care they need,” Trump said of his “America First Health Care Plan” at an event in Charlotte, NC.

The first executive order requires that health insurance companies cover all pre-existing conditions for all customers, a move he floated in August.

President Barack Obama’s plan, formally known as the Affordable Care Act, already includes a provision that prevents insurers from discriminating against Americans with pre-existing medical conditions.

But railing against ObamaCare as a “terrible” plan that sent premiums soaring, Trump claimed the GOP was the new party of health care.

The Democrats like to constantly talk about it, and yet pre-existing conditions are much safer with us than they are with them,” Trump said, slamming Joe Biden’s health care plan, which he said would result in “rationing care, denying choice, putting Americans on waitlists.”

Read full Text: NY Post


Historically black University humiliates Biden after he claims to have ‘started out’ there

Joe Biden always listen to the voice of his conscience Patrick Star
Joe Biden always listen to the voice of his conscience Patrick Star

By C. Douglas Golden

Veteran Atlantic writer Mark Bowden may have summed up Joe Biden’s tenuous relationship with the truth best in a 2010 piece where he described the then-vice president as having “the limber storyteller’s tendency to stretch.”

Though hardly a hanging offense — who among us hasn’t burnished a tale now and then? — it’s a dangerous tendency on the national political stage,” Bowden wrote, noting that, among other things, “Biden has in the past exaggerated his scholastic résumé.”

The stretchiness of the limber storytelling that Bowden was referring to here was Biden’s frequent tendency to make himself look like an overachiever when he was, in fact, anything but.

In his ill-starred 1988 presidential campaign, for instance, he claimed he finished in the top half of his law school class. This wouldn’t necessarily be a reason for bragging, except in this case there wasn’t even anything to brag about. The Associated Press reported he finished 76th out of 85 in his graduating class at Syracuse law school; not even the most charitable of rounding errors could place him anywhere near the 50th percentile.

Some of his scholastic concoctions, however, didn’t have to do with his transcripts, but rather with where he went to school in the first place.

Last autumn, for instance, he told a town hall in South Carolina that he “got started out” at Delaware State University. He actually attended the University of Delaware.

This wasn’t just a slip of the tongue, however, and it’s problematic for a reason other than Biden’s faltering memory: Delaware State is a historically black university.

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And it’s not just that he mixed up the names, either. He was very specific about the fact that the school he went to was historically black:

I got started out at an HBCU, Delaware State,” he told the audience, eliciting laughter. “Now I don’t want to hear anything negative about Delaware State here. They’re my folks.”

I can’t read an audience on a Twitter clip but I’m pretty sure they’re not laughing about the fact that they went to Howard University, a traditional sports rival of Delaware State.

Just in case you had to ask, Delaware State confirmed this past week that Biden had never been a student there.

Vice President Biden did not attend DSU,” Delaware State director of news service Carlos Holmes told The Washington Times in a Thursday email.

However he was the Commencement keynote speaker in 2003 and [2016], and during the former he was awarded an honorary doctoral degree.”

Ah, that limber storyteller is at it again. To be fair, this barely needed confirmation; Biden hadn’t mentioned that he’d gone to Delaware State anywhere in his political backstory before this and his autobiography stated he’d attended the University of Delaware and Syracuse law, all without mentioning that he’d ever been to Delaware State.

It’s also something he would have said during his speeches at the university, including two commencement speeches and his address to the Delaware State class of 2020 during a virtual graduation ceremony.

Some of you will redefine what it means to lead the way of the united people regardless of age, gender, race or zip code. We have a real opportunity to come out of this crisis stronger than we’ve ever been and this class of 2020, you’re going to play a big part in that,” said Biden in a video message, according to KYW-TV.

“Congratulations again, I can’t wait to see what you all accomplish. We need you.”

A nice message to a distressed graduating class, one that would have been better if — just months before — he hadn’t been appropriating their experience of attending an HBCU to run up the score in South Carolina. In that state, fourth on the primary/caucus calendar, a last-minute endorsement by black House Majority Whip James Clyburn served as a deus ex machina for Biden to win big and reinvigorate his campaign after three bad losses in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada.

By that time, people had mostly forgotten about the Delaware State clip, which had first surfaced months before to little fanfare.

There were only days between South Carolina and Super Tuesday, and little time in between that and when America basically shut down. Thus, this farcical claim never got much play outside of conservative media. (The Federalist was one of the first outlets to seriously tout the clip.)

If we were to discuss Biden’s limber storytelling ability, we’d be here all week, so we’re going to skip over almost everything that doesn’t directly deal with race. (Sorry, Neil Kinnock.)

The Washington Times also pointed out that in Jules Witcover’s 2010 biography “Joe Biden,” the then-vice president is described as a man who was sympathetic to civil rights sentiment but was “was taking no visible part in either the local racial unrest or the war protest.

“It was not until his exposure to black contemporaries as a lifeguard, he said, that he finally began to understand, and then he saw his best engagement as a lawyer, not a marcher,” Witcover wrote.

He almost certainly hadn’t “marched with tens of thousands,” as he claimed in 1987 during his first presidential campaign.

He also didn’t get arrested trying to see an incarcerated Nelson Mandela in apartheid-era South Africa, as he claimed on the campaign trail earlier this year.

This day, 30 years ago, Nelson Mandela walked out of prison and entered into discussions about apartheid,” Biden told a South Carolina audience in mid-February

I had the great honor of meeting him. I had the great honor of being arrested with our U.N. ambassador on the streets of Soweto trying to get to see him on Robbens Island.”

It was Robben Island (not Robbens) where Mandela was incarcerated, which is actually the least problematic part of that story.

Robben Island is off of Cape Town, whereas Soweto is in Johannesburg. The two cities are over 800 miles apart, and while Biden may often seem confused these days, he wasn’t that daft back then. He would eventually admit the story was entirely different from how it was first described.

When I said ‘arrested,’ I meant I was not able, I was not able to move,” Biden told CNN. “[The] cops, the Afrikaners, would not let me go with them, made me stay where I was. I guess I wasn’t arrested, I was stopped. I was not able to move where I wanted to go.”

The Democratic nominee desperately needs to avoid the same issues with black voters that Hillary Clinton faced.

In 2016, while she won an overwhelming percentage of the African-American vote, she also couldn’t turn out as many black voters as she would have hoped, leading to losses in places like Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Biden already has an inexplicably tight bond with the black community, which is surprising considering his record on issues like racial busing and the 1994 crime bill.

And while every politician is prone to lying about their background to some extent, Biden’s wholesale invention of his backstory to motivate voters of color is self-defeating.

Last month, citing anonymous sources, NBC “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd said those in Biden’s campaign were worried President Donald Trump would “overperform with African-American men.”

At least in that department, Biden’s limber storytelling abilities may be the among the most important assets Trump has.

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Source: Western Journal

‘This is a nightmare’: FBI employees had concerns about Flynn probe, records show

Gen. Flynn probes
Gen. Flynn probe

By Chuck Ross. Investigative Reporter

  • Documents released in Michael Flynn’s ongoing court case on Thursday show that FBI employees expressed reservations about the bureau’s probe of the retired general.
  • One investigator called the probe a “nightmare,” according to internal FBI messages.
  • Another message shows an investigator saying they were “glad” the FBI planned to close the probe on Nov. 8, 2016.
  • In October 2016, an FBI analyst said that the bureau would face “tough questions” once documents from the investigation became public through the Freedom of Information Act.

FBI employees who worked on Crossfire Hurricane called the investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn a “nightmare” and expressed relief when the bureau considered closing the probe in November 2016, according to messages released on Thursday.

Flynn’s lawyers released the documents in a court filing in his federal criminal case on charges that he lied to the FBI.

The messages show that some FBI employees questioned investigative steps that the bureau took in the investigation. The FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation against him and three other Trump campaign advisers in August 2016 over their possible ties to Russia.

The messages were culled from the FBI’s internal “Lync” messaging platform. The employees are not identified in the document dump, though they appear to have had detailed knowledge of the probe.

One exchange suggests that an FBI official ordered the investigation of Flynn, whose code name was “Crossfire Razor,” to be closed on Nov. 8, 2016.

He said shut down Razor,” the analyst wrote, adding minutes later: “So glad they’re closing Razor.”

The time stamp for the message is 5:42 p.m., which would have been hours before Donald Trump pulled an upset victory over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election. (RELATED: DOJ Files Motion To Drop Case Against Michael Flynn)

Other messages show that the FBI agents believed that the bureau was extending the duration of the Flynn investigation by sending out National Security Letters (NSLs) to obtain the retired general’s financial records.

That the decision to nsl [national security letter] finances for razor bought him time,” an FBI employee wrote on Nov. 21, 2016.

Messages from Dec. 5, 2016 show analysts doubted whether NSLs were useful for the investigation.

One analyst wrote that investigators had “put out traces” and “tripwires to community” and found “nothing.”

We didn’t find anything else from the investigation about him,” the analyst wrote, according to the court filing.

Flynn’s lawyers said in the court filing that the messages show that investigators used NSLs as “a ruse” to extend the investigation.

These Stalinist tactics mandate immediate dismissal of this case,” the lawyers said.

The FBI’s Washington Field Office drafted a memo on Jan. 4, 2017 recommending that the counterintelligence investigation of Flynn be closed down. The memo said that the FBI investigated several leads on Flynn’s possible ties to Russia but found no evidence showing that he was working covertly as a Kremlin agent.

Peter Strzok, who was deputy chief of counterintelligence at the time, intervened at the last minute to keep the investigation going, according to documents released in a previous court filing.

The FBI had obtained a transcript of Flynn’s phone calls on Dec. 29, 2016 with Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the U.S.

Strzok and another FBI agent interviewed Flynn about the calls on Jan. 24, 2017. Flynn eventually pleaded guilty to lying during the interview, though he has since retracted his admission of guilt.

The messages also show that FBI employees expressed concerns that aspects of the investigation of the Trump campaign would eventually be made public. In one message in October 2016, an FBI employee said that “tough questions” would be asked once aspects of the Crossfire Hurricane probe became public through the Freedom of Information Act.

Messages from Jan. 10, 2017 show an FBI employee telling another that they and others working on the investigation “all went and purchased professional liability insurance.” The person said that employees at “the Agency” — a possible reference to the CIA — had also purchased insurance.

The whole thing is pretty ugly…we shall see how things pan out,” the analyst wrote.

The documents are the fifth production of records provided to Flynn’s legal team since Attorney General William Barr ordered a review of the investigation in January.

The Justice Department filed a motion to withdraw charges against Flynn on May 7, citing the discovery of FBI notes and memos that had not been given to Flynn’s lawyers. Barr has said that he believes the FBI under James Comey set a “perjury trap” for Flynn.

The case against Flynn remains open because Judge Emmet Sullivan has sued to hold a hearing to force the Justice Department to explain the decision to drop the case against Flynn.

These documents provide information long known to the agents and others at the highest levels of the Department of Justice and the FBI; information long concealed by the Special Counsel and FBI,” Flynn’s lawyers said in the court filing.

“This evidence shows outrageous, deliberate misconduct by FBI and DOJ—playing games with the life of a national hero.”

Source: Daily Caller

Three Soros campaigns to further advance the left’s radical agenda

George Soros
George Soros

By Judicial Watch ORG

Three new George Soros campaigns to further advance the left’s radical agenda have been uncovered in separate news reports published this week. Keep in mind that the U.S. government subsidizes the Hungarian billionaire’s deeply politicized Open Society Foundations (OSF) that work to destabilize legitimate governments, erase national borders, target conservative politicians, finance civil unrest, subvert institutions of higher education and orchestrate refugee crises for political gain. Details of the financial and staffing nexus between OSF and the U.S. government are available in a Judicial Watch investigative report.

With the help of American taxpayer dollars, Soros bolsters a radical leftwing agenda that in the United States has included: promoting an open border with Mexico and fighting immigration enforcement efforts; fomenting racial disharmony by funding anti-capitalist racialist organizations; financing the Black Lives Matter movement and other organizations involved in the riots in Ferguson, Missouri; weakening the integrity of our electoral systems; promoting taxpayer funded abortion-on-demand; advocating a government-run health care system; opposing U.S. counterterrorism efforts; promoting dubious transnational climate change agreements that threaten American sovereignty and working to advance gun control and erode Second Amendment protections.

The list extends even further, with Soros tentacles—money—reaching previously unknown domestic and foreign causes that promote a broad leftwing agenda at various levels. It turns out Soros donated $408,000 to a Political Action Committee (PAC) that supported Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, whose office just dropped felony charges against the actor who fabricated a hate crime earlier this year. The actor, Jussie Smollett, claimed he was attacked in Chicago on his way home from a sandwich shop at 2 a.m. He said two masked men shouted racial and homophobic slurs, beat him, poured bleach on him and tied a rope around his neck. Smollett blamed the crime on white Trump supporters. When the hoax was uncovered, prosecutors charged him with 16 felonies but Foxx dropped all the charges this week. Illinois campaign records provided in the news report show that Soros personally contributed $333,000 to Foxx’s super PAC before the March 15, 2016 primary was over and an additional $75,000 after she became Cook County’s top prosecutor. “Soros has been intervening in local races for prosecutor, state’s attorney, and district attorney — often backing left-wing Democrats against other Democrats in doing so,” according to the article.

Another report published this week reveals that a Soros foundation gave $1 million to a nonprofit that favors choosing the president by popular vote. The group, National Popular Vote Inc., gets millions from leftist groups to push its purported agenda of ensuring that “every vote in every state” matters. Another group, Tides Foundation, that raises money for leftwing causes, also contributed to the popular vote nonprofit. Soros’ OSF’s have given millions of dollars to the Tides Foundation, according to records provided in the story. Based in San Francisco, the group envisions a world of shared prosperity and social justice founded on equality, human rights, healthy communities and a sustainable environment. The nonprofit strives to accelerate the pace of social change by, among other things, working with “marginalized communities.”

The last article documents what Judicial Watch has reported for years—Soros’ huge influence in the U.S. government, specifically the State Department. The agency pressured Ukraine officials to drop an investigation of a Soros group during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Barack Obama’s U.S. ambassador actually gave Ukraine’s prosecutor general a list of people who should not be prosecuted. “The U.S.-Soros collaboration was visible in Kiev,” the article states. “Several senior Department of Justice (DOJ) officials and FBI agents appeared in pictures as participants or attendees at Soros-sponsored events and conferences.” The piece further reveals that internal memos from Soros’ foundations describe a concerted strategy of creating friendships inside key U.S. government agencies such as the departments of Justice and State.

The relationships go deeper than friendships and Judicial Watch has exposed the disturbing reality of American taxpayers financing Soros’ leftwing plots abroad. This includes uncovering documents showing State Department funding of Soros leftist nonprofits in Albania to attack traditional, pro-American groups and policies; U.S. government funding of Soros’ radical globalist agenda in Guatemala , Colombia, Romania and Macedonia. The cash usually flows through the State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

Source: Judicial Watch ORG

The cat is out of the bag: the CDC, the WHO, and all the so-called “experts” have lied to you!

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC

By Marcus Littrell


CDC admitted they screwed up COVID19 infection counts and intentionally misled the public and have apologized, clarifying that the amount of people truly infected is much lower than what was originally reported — an error so egregious it made the director of the Harvard Global Health Institute say “how could the CDC make this mistake? This is a mess.”

The American Coronavirus Task Force also admitted to fudging the National COVID19 death count when Dr. Birx said the deaths are people who died “with” COVID19 not “from” COVID19, thus making the real death count much lower than what is currently being reported.

Dr. Anthony Fauci admitted masks won’t help against the virus and mask manufacturers are now including warnings that their products do not deter COVID19.
Fauci also said that continuing to close the country could cause irreparable damage.

CDC backtracked their initial claim that led governors to shutdown their states & clarified that COVID19 does not spread easily on surfaces.

Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo confirmed a recent health study showing that 70% of new infections actually originate at home, thus making stay at home orders one of the most dangerous mandates currently in place.

Trump stopped funding the WHO and threatened to cut off money permanently until they can prove they are no longer corruptly influenced by communist China after they lied to our country about human to human transmission of COVID19 in January.

The curve is flattened, the CDC, WHO, Dr. Fauci, our governors, and many more were completely wrong about the potential threat of this virus.

Even California is opening up sooner than anyone expected because the evidence contradicts the long standing and inaccurate narrative still upheld by the extremely dishonest & corrupt media.

If you are still living in fear, Don’t be. The media, global organizations, the government, and its agencies “mislead” the public.

People called those of us who knew this all along conspiracy theorists, but it turns out we were just following the facts!

Open up your businesses, churches, and homes. Don’t fall for the lies any longer. If you fell for the lies this time, wake up and join the army of truth seekers fighting on the front lines.

 WHO have just admitted that transmission of the virus from an asymptomatic carriers – the whole reason for the lockdown, is rare!! ie you could not spread it before showing any symptoms!!

 The CDC just confirmed a .4 to .26% death-rate for Covid 19. The death rate for the flu shot is .6. Twice as high as Covid!

• Laid-off or furloughed 50 million workers
• Placed 60 million on food stamps
• Gone from 3.5%to 14.7% unemployment
• Crippled the petroleum industry
• Ruined the tourism industry
• Bankrupted the service industry
• Caused an impending meat and protein crisis
• Threatened, fined, and arrested church leaders
• Exacerbated mental health problems
• Shut down schools and colleges
• Given unbridled power to unelected officials
• Increased suicides higher than COVID deaths
• Delayed surgeries and treatments for profound illnesses
• Infringed upon countless important civil liberties
• Placed 300 million Americans on house arrest

Bill Gates has placed himself in such a position of influence by heavily funding all corners to make this lie happen. We need to start treating it as the lie it is.

Seriously our whole way of life is at stake, and they have plans to make it much worse now introducing it as “the grand reset”, “the beginning of the 4th revolution” (ie; a surveillence state of control, where everyone lives in what is essentially a strict open air prison where you are tracked, nothing is private, and everything is decided for you, and you have no rights whatsoever, and there can be no resistance.

Welcome to their “new world order“.

Don’t forget, we can imagine and bring about our own future. So lets together make it much different from their plan for us and get these people involved, jailed for fraud and terrorism and inducing sheer boredom!!
Let’s share the riches of this beautiful world to make it a beautiful place where everyone can live together in abundance, peace, harmony and celebration!!
Marcus Littrell

Source: Usa supre

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PLA biowar general: China began producing vaccine 1 month after announcing virus

China began producing vaccine 1 month after announcing virus
China began producing vaccine 1 month after announcing virus.
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China reportedly began producing a vaccine for coronavirus just over a month after Beijing first announced the existence of the virus that causes COVID-19.

Maj. Gen. Chen Wei, in charge of the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA’s) biological warfare defenses, said in a video that went viral in China earlier this month that a vaccine had been in production since Feb. 26.

Such a vaccine could not have been produced so quickly after the initial virus outbreak without extensive human testing — unless the Chinese military was familiar with the virus prior to its official outbreak date of mid-December,” security correspondent Bill Gertz noted on Sept. 9.

Chen, who took over the Wuhan Institute of Virology in January to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, stated in a video broadcast by state-run CCTV and posted online last week that “our first vaccine for the novel coronavirus went into serial production on Feb. 26,” according to the Washington Times report.

Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping recently gave a medal to Gen. Chen and several other Chinese medical officials for what state media said was “their outstanding contribution during the outbreak.”

A senior Trump administration official told reporters that the rest of the world is catching up to what U.S. officials say is Chinese deception about the origin of the virus.

Source: World Tribune
Original source: Geostrategy Direct