Over the next several weeks, you’re going to see desperate people struggling to explain why—after a two-year exhaustive investigation—special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
David Kramer, a longtime associate of the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), revealed in an unsealed deposition that he had contact with at least 14 members of the media regarding the Steele dossier—a collection of 17 memos containing unverified allegations against Donald Trump.
When acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker surprised the media at a press conference on Jan. 28 by stating that the Mueller special counsel investigation was almost completed and he looked forward to receiving Robert Mueller’s final report, the consensus that immediately formed was that Whitaker had no idea what he was talking about.
A federal judged sentenced veteran political operative Paul Manafort to four years in prison on March 7, defying a request by special counsel Robert Mueller for a much harsher sentence of 19 to 24 years.
A complaint has been filed with the Federal Election Commission alleging two political action committees (PAC) backing the campaign of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) fed nearly $900,000 to a limited liability company (LLC) that functioned as a de facto slush fund for campaign spending, skirting campaign-transparency rules.
Following the failed United States–North Korea summit in Hanoi, it is now crucial that Washington increases its strategic leverage in Asia by building a new force of ballistic and cruise missiles to deter both North Korean and Chinese nuclear blackmail and aggression.
Just a note about the editing for today’s video. There’s one sentence that comes out the opposite to the way it’s written in the article.
Gina says: “But now that Kim has made a strong play for the U.S.–South Korea alliance that deters Pyongyang”. But the script says “But now that Kim has made a strong play … Read more
President Donald Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, may possibly be the dumbest person to have ever passed the bar exam. This entire televised spectacle of his testimony before the House Oversight and Reform Committee was absurd. The now-Democratic-run panel brought back a disbarred lawyer—already convicted of perjuring himself before Congress—to commit more perjury under oath.
There is no issue that could more decisively spell the end of American liberty than that of amnesty for this country’s millions of illegal aliens.
Illegal immigration, and the societal changes it will bring with it, is more than an economic issue, a public health issue, a law enforcement issue, or even a national security problem; it is an existential threat to the survival of the United States as a constitutional republic. It comes down to simple math.
Facebook engineers have proposed measures to suppress content on the platform that attempts to convince people to shift their viewpoints away from the left, as revealed by photographs of internal documents and messages obtained by Project Veritas. The photos show that several prominent right-leaning Facebook pages were marked with code that appears to have handicapped the pages.