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There Is One Unverified File The FBI Refuses To Release Because Of Whose Name Is On It



A website has provided information that suggests there is an unverified file that the FBI refuses to release. The belief is that it’s because there is one certain name on it that might be a problem. That name is Loretta Lynch, the former attorney general who worked under former President Barack Obama. This information is apparently according to the inspector general of the Justice Department who suggests that the FBI refuses to allow people top security clearances to view the intercepted materials that must contain some sort of damning evidence against Lynch.

The questions that remain: why can’t anyone see it? What does it contain? Who will it implicate in a crime? What happened to transparency?

Real Clear Investigations talked more about the contents stating that “material – which has been outlined in press reports – consists of unverified accounts intercepted from putative Russian sources in which the head of the Democratic National Committee allegedly implicates the Hillary Clinton campaign and Lynch in a secret deal to fix the Clinton email investigation.

“It is remarkable how this Justice Department is protecting the corruption of the Obama Justice Department,” said Tom Fitton, president of Washington-based watchdog Judicial Watch, which is suing for the material.

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Lynch and Clinton officials as well as the DNC chairman at the time, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, have denied the allegations and characterized them as Russian disinformation.

True or false, the material is consequential because it appears to have influenced former FBI Director James B. Comey’s decision to break with bureau protocols because he didn’t trust Lynch. In his recent book, Comey said he took the reins in the Clinton email probe, announcing Clinton should not be indicted, because of a “development still unknown to the American public” that “cast serious doubt” on Lynch’s credibility – clearly the intercepted material.

If the material documents an authentic exchange between Lynch and a Clinton aide, it would appear to be strong evidence that the Obama administration put partisan political considerations ahead of its duty to enforce the law.

If the material is a fabrication, it may constitute the most fruitful effort by the Russians to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. For if Comey had not gone around Lynch and given his July 2016 press conference clearing Clinton, he almost certainly would not have publicly announced the reopening for the case just prior to the election – an event Clinton and her allies blame for her surprising loss to Trump.

The information remains so secret that Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz had to censor it from his recently released 500-plus-page report on the FBI’s investigation of Clinton, and even withhold it from Congress.

The contents of the secret intelligence document — which purport to show that Lynch informed the Clinton campaign she’d make sure the FBI didn’t push too hard — were included in the inspector general’s original draft. But in the official IG report issued June 14, the information was tucked into a classified appendix to the report and entirely blanked out.

“The information was classified at such a high level by the intelligence community that it limited even the members [of Congress] who can see it, as well as the staffs,” Horowitz explained last week to annoyed Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which has oversight authority over Justice and the FBI.”

Their investigation and report goes a bit further, but the problem is this – what happened to transparency and knowing the truth? Why can’t we see it? Why can’t people working in government seem to get their security clearances to view this information? What are they worried about? Is there something that would cause a top-level former or current politician or high ranking government employee to be imprisoned?

When Donald Trump ran for president, he most likely wanted to eradicate all of the nonsense in politics if he won. Then he won and things in government were shaken up so crazy that almost everyone has been stirred. Trump could go down in history as one of the most influential presidents of all time due to the number of shakeups he’s caused. It’s not a bad thing when the tree is shaken and the bad apples fall out.

It seems like Trump’s goal is to focus on doing what he thinks is best while helping to uncover and unravel all the intricate sub-plots of the inner workings of the American political system.

Will Trump be able to reveal what this Loretta Lynch file contains?


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This “badass” candidate is running in a district Hillary Clinton won by 17 points over President Donald J. Trump. Watch the Most Hilarious ‘Badass’ Political Ad of 2018




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This is probably the best republican ads I’ve seen in a long time. Americans want candidates like this. Another reason why people love Trump.

We want our side to have balls. Good luck to this BadAss guy.

From PJ Media:

Who thought going bald could be a political asset? Steve Ferrara is a veteran, a doctor, and a conservative candidate for Arizona’s 9th Congressional District.

He could cover up his balding head with a toupee, but he doesn’t. Why? According to his latest ad, because “he’s a badass.”

He also holds men, and fixes dolphins.

Watch the ad below.

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) is giving up her seat in Congress for a chance to represent Arizona in the U.S. Senate. Ferrara is running to replace her. Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump in that district by 17 points, so Ferrara will have a hard race against former Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton.

That said, the “badass” candidate also just met with African-American clergy.

Also, Brahm Resnik said Ferrara’s ad was the best on the Republican side. That makes me wonder who wins among Democrats…

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Democrats Poised To Make Impeachment Push In 3 Weeks




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Democrats absolutely hate President Trump. They’re still so pissed that their queen, Hillary, lost to the king of the “deplorables,” they’ll do anything to bring him down. Dems have been trying to keep word of impeachment out of the news as they know it will fire up the Republican base, but it’s coming out nonetheless. This is why it’s critical that every Trump supporter gets to the polls next month. Not only because of the possibility of impeachment, but we don’t want Trump having to deal with a Dem run House of Representatives who will try to stymie him at every turn.

Fox News just reported what’s going on:

“Democrats are increasingly whispering about the possibility of impeaching President Trump if they regain control of the House of Representatives in November, even as top Republicans openly suggest the move would backfire politically.

The wait-and-see approach to drafting articles of impeachment comes as voter pressure from the base rises. A late-August Washington Post-ABC poll found nearly 50 percent of Americans support immediate impeachment proceedings against the president. Four in 10 residents of Ohio, which Trump carried in the 2016 presidential election, said this week that the House should consider impeaching Trump, according to a Suffolk University poll.

But Democrats are mindful of alienating moderate and conservative voters in several key states they will need to win over in order to take the House and Senate, analysts say. (A PBS poll in April found that 47 percent of voters wouldn’t back a congressional candidate who wanted Trump impeached, and Fox News polling indicates the GOP is pulling away in pivotal Senate contests even as Democrats make apparent gains in the House.)

Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke, whose well-funded longshot bid to unseat GOP Sen. Ted Cruz has faltered in the polls in recent weeks, has emerged as one of the clearest examples of the Democrats’ strategy.

“Impeachment, much like an indictment, shows that there is enough there for the case to proceed,” O’Rourke has said, “and at this point there is certainly enough there for the case to proceed.” However, the 46-year-old has clarified that although he would vote for impeaching Trump, he’s also not in favor of actually initiating impeachment proceedings at the moment.

His even-handed approach on impeachment highlights the political tightrope Democrats must often walk in their effort to retake Congress this year. Even though no Democrat has won a statewide election in deep-red Texas in more than two decades, progressives poured a record-setting $38 million into O’Rourke’s campaign last quarter because of his unique cross-party appeal.

Key Democrats have echoed O’Rourke’s give-and-take stance. House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md., called Trump’s summer news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin “treasonous,” but said impeachment proceedings would be a “distraction.” There would, he added, “be time for that” later.

“We need to get through this election; we need to deal with the economic issues; we need to deal with the health-care issues of the American people,” he said.

During a Labor Day parade in Brooklyn, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., told a bystander who asked when Trump would be impeached, “The sooner the better. … We gotta get a few Republicans. Democrats are on your side.” A Schumer spokesperson later claimed the senator thought he was being asked when Democrats would “defeat” Trump.

President Trump, for his part, has warned that a similar effort now would have disastrous consequences.

“If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor,” Trump told Fox News in August. “You would see numbers that you wouldn’t believe.””

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