Illegals swarm Schumer’s NY home

Here is a secret for so-called ‘DREAMERs’ and DACA recipients: Chuck Schumer is your amigo.

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Limbaugh raises point on Iraq War ‘disinformation campaign’ being used against Trump

What if the intelligence surrounding the Iraq War was nothing more than a Deep State “disinformation campaign” to damage for President George W. Bush?

That’s what conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh asked on Tuesday after it was revealed a major corruption scandal is likely brewing at the FBI.

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Veteran Naval Intelligence Officer Breaks Down Digital Trail on “Lost” FBI Texts

Can you actually “lose” thousands of text messages? It might be a bridge too far for tech savvy Americans to cross.

Jack Posobiec, a veteran Naval Intelligence Officer, takes a closer look at five months worth of text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

The gap in recordings was attributed to “misconfiguration issues related to rollouts, provisioning, and software upgrades that conflicted with the FBI’s collection capabilities.”

Um, hold on a second. According to Posobiec, the Federal Records Act provides any failure to archive messages between government agents would be unconstitutional.

Constitutionality aside, according to Posobiec, there is no way that the texts could be lost without a determined intervention by somebody with administration level access to the phone devices themselves. In other words, someone tried to “disappear” these records on purpose.

According to Posobiec, the phones were equipped with Samsung Knox security encryption archiving every bit of data that is carried through their server.

To turn this encryption off would require an above average level of access into the workings of the device.  At the very least, qualified personnel would have been necessary to perform the act of shutting the security software down. If these phones were directed to stop encrypting and archiving, the natural progression in any investigation would be to ask who did that? But no questions of that nature have been asked.

The entire story seems like it was written by somebody willing to take a giant bet on the public’s ignorance of technical issues.  The best outcome of this story in the view of the informed public is that the FBI is criminally incompetent at best.  At worst, this Federal Agency is provoking a constitutional crisis. 

The new revelation that five months of text messaging have been “lost” has added new fuel to the fire of House Republicans Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) call for a special investigation into Mueller and the FBI handling of its investigation of Donald Trump.

Is it time to investigate the investigators? Many Americans think it is way past time.

BOMBSHELL: New texts show Strzok and Page discussing ‘impeachment’ and ‘concern’ for Mueller

Former top FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page discussed a process in which President Donald Trump would be “impeached” and feared Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation wouldn’t produce any results.

In newly released jaw-dropping text messages from Congress that were handed over by the Justice Department, Strzok discussed plans to impeach Trump before he even won the 2016 presidential election.

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No tofu! Blue state panic over Whole Foods ‘crisis’

While Venezuelan children and adults go hungry for lack of available food, panicked Whole Foods shoppers in blue-state America are decrying their own recent spate of empty store shelves. Read all »

Dems attack their own post-shutdown

The pre-shutdown conflict has shifted from a lefty/righty blame game to full-blown liberal cannibalism.

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Anti-Trump ‘secret society’ within FBI and DOJ among 50,000 Strzok/Page text messages

Were disgraced former FBI agents and lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page part of a larger anti-Trump ‘secret society?’

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Social media erupts over FBI ‘losing’ five months of texts between Mueller’s anti-Trump agents

The FBI claimed on Monday it “failed to preserve” five months worth of text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, the FBI agents who sent anti-Trump text messages while working on the investigation into Russia and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.

News of the FBI suspiciously losing the text messages scorched across social media as many were not pleased with the bureau’s explanation nor handling of sensitive materials in another crucial investigation.

Remember Clinton’s 33,000 “deleted” emails?

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CNN reporter goes rogue, admits no one cares about news they cover

Over the weekend, a CNN reporter made a handful of bombshell admissions about her network and how the American people largely don’t care about the news they are covering.

CNN reporter Maeve Reston said Sunday that the network is fixated on only talking about the Russia investigation and that average American voters tell her all the time that they “don’t care” about it.

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After caving on shutdown, Dems find ‘big surprise’ hidden in Senate bill passed

The liberal base is furious that Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Democrats caved to President Donald Trump and voted to reopen the federal government Monday without any guarantees for illegal immigrants.

As if progressives weren’t already angry, they’re really going to be upset when they find out there’s another tax cut hidden in the GOP crafted spending bill.

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