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“Trickle-down” FISA Proceedings Result in Further Revocation of Rights

Janet Phelan
March 1st, 2022

As the country swings further towards despotism, some interesting and telling cases are being filed in the courts, in an effort to confront and resolve instances of oppression.

One individual filing such cases is John Christiana. While not a bar-certified attorney, he has an MS in Legal Studies and also attended law school. He is formerly the legal director of Targeted Justice, legal director of Targeted America, legal director of PACTS and the legal lead of the Alliance to End Targeting. He was also the legal lead of the European Coalition Task force and is now filing lawsuits.

In a case worth watching, Christiana recently filed a lawsuit in San Bernardino County against Walmart, alleging inappropriate conduct by named staff as well as battery by same. While some of the instances recorded by Christiana in the lawsuit could be sloughed off as simply errors by badly trained staff, together they form a pattern and practice of psychological abuse, graduating to allegations of a level of disturbing physical abuse.

The lawsuit was filed in June of 2021 in Barstow small claims court. As Christiana was prepping for his upcoming day in court, some of his documents for trial were rejected. To his surprise, he was told this was because the case had already been dismissed–before the already scheduled trial–without him being so informed.

When he requested documentation of the dismissal and also a reason why, he was told it was “confidential.”

That’s right. The litigant was barred from not only receiving notice that his case was dismissed but also refused an explanation.

According to established court procedure, both of these are big No-Nos.

A review of the case file online substantiates the fact that there appears no document relevant to the dismissal signed by the judge and no notice given to Christiana.

There are mounting concerns, buttressed by cases filed concerning targeting by the Muslim civil rights group CAIR as well as by US-born journalist Bilal Abdul Kareem, that certain constitutionally guaranteed rights are being trumped by shadowy national security designations and secret FISA court proceedings. Certainly, when the DOJ waltzed into federal court and got Kareem’s case dismissed (he had alleged he was being targeted as a journalist by drone strikes in the ME) based on sweeping generalizations of “national security,” alarm bells should have gone off in every civil rights organization and in every major media.

The Christiana case seems to continue this trend. As a “targeted individual,” Christiana’s rights are alleged to be regularly violated, as he is repeatedly hit with microwave and directed energy weapons. Rather than address his allegations, the court seems to be de facto affirming Christiana’s status as a lab rat, an individual without rights, by maintaining that the reasons for the dismissal of his case are a “secret.”

Recently, 60 Minutes ran an exposé on the “Havana Syndrome,” and featured a number of interviews with federal employees who also claim to have been attacked with this class of weapons, some on White House grounds.

Consistent with the general government policy of denying that ordinary citizens are also being attacked with these weapons, the 60 Minutes piece failed to interview anyone but federal employees. Congress has also passed a bill to provide economic assistance and health care to government employees who are attacked by directed energy weapons, ignoring the plight of everyday people.

The media representative for the San Bernardino court, Julie Vanhook, was unable to provide an explanation for the failure/refusal to inform Christiana that his case had been shut down, insisting that “I can tell you that small claims cases are not confidential and available to view online.”

A request was tendered through Ms. Vanhook to set up an interview with the Presiding Judge, which was not responded to at the time of going to press.

Christiana has gone ahead and filed a claim for damages with San Bernardino County for 42 U.S. Code § 1983 – Civil action for deprivation of rights, as well as an injunction to get a copy of the “secret dismissal” and an injunction to be able to file the small claims cases in court (taken off blacklisted list).

He has stated his intent to file a federal lawsuit if his claim is not satisfied.

He has also stated he intends to move to Washington DC shortly in order to continue his activism surrounding the issue of targeting.

John Solomon Reveals Who He Thinks John Durham Will Go After Next

Martin Walsh
February 8, 2022

OPINION: This article may contain commentary which reflects the author’s opinion.


Just The News founder John Solomon believes that Special Counsel John Durham is preparing to go after the FBI.

During an interview on Fox News, Solomon and host Maria Bartiromo spoke about the special counsel’s investigation into the Trump-Russia witch hunt and what Durham’s next move might be.

Russian-born analyst Igor Danchenko — key source for the unverified Steele dossier that alleged ties between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia — was arrested by federal agents last year as part of the Durham investigation.

Solomon explained that he believes Durham is dealing with “two buckets.”

In one “bucket,” there are the last two indictments against officials who were connected to Hillary Clinton and their plan to feed the FBI false information about Trump-Russia conspiracies.

Solomon said the other “bucket” focuses on the FBI and whether agents knowingly mislead the FISA court to obtain warrants to spy on members of Trump’s 2016 campaign.

Solomon also disputes former FBI counterintelligence chief Peter Strzok’s statement on MSNBC that the FBI never investigated the Trump campaign in 2016, as Durham’s investigation into the origins of the Mueller probe makes another indictment.

STRZOK: Whether intentionally or not, when you look at the balance of those pages, they have subtle dog whistles to these pro-Trump conspiracy theories, statements like the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign relied on certain things. Well, there was never an FBI investigation of the Trump campaign. Unless you listen to some kind of far-extreme-right commentators or of folks in Congress who assert there was, but that’s nonsense.

BARTIROMO: Of course, John, there was no pushback from Rachel Maddow. To say there was no investigation of the Trump campaign. Your reaction? Mind-boggling.

SOLOMON: Listen, Pete Strzok’s opening electronic communication which starts the Crossfire Hurricane investigation states they are looking at whether individuals associated with the Trump campaign were coordinating conspiring with Russia. When they put the first FISA in, in October, the Trump campaign is mentioned a dozen times in the first FISA, and as I mentioned in the last segment, the allegation is a well-developed conspiracy between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and Russia to hijack the election.

Of course, it was about the campaign. Peter Strzok’s own words said it was about the campaign. He was lying the other night. There’s no other way to say it politely.

BARTIROMO: Of course, they continue to renew FISA warrants against the Trump campaign, and they based those warrants to wiretap people like Carter Page, based on that dossier which they knew was false and made up. So I ask you now, what do you think the indictments will look like in the future? Do you think that John Durham is going to indict people at high levels, big fish, within the FBI?

SOLOMON: There’s no doubt there is activity inside the grand jury right now aimed at looking at top-level officials of the FBI, and it’s based on this evidence. We all look at the fact that Denchenko was interviewed by the FBI on January 17, and disowned a lot of the things that were said to him. A lot of people said that should have been the point where the FBI stopped.

But Durham developed really significant evidence that red flags, the stop-now warning signs go all the way back to August when Bruce Orr, in 2016 came to the FBI and said Christopher Steele is dumping a dossier. He hates Trump. He’s hired by Hillary Clinton and most of his information is raw and uncorroborated.

A month after the CIA sends a warning to the FBI, this is something John Ratcliffe declassified, saying Hillary Clinton is trying to play a dirty trick on Donald Trump to tie him to Russia to get out of her e-mail thing. All through the fall, they keep a spreadsheet of what’s right and wrong of the Steele dossier. It’s all wrong. Can’t corroborate, they can’t collaborate the information. The FBI never should have started the investigation and I think that’s where John Durham’s investigation is focused right now.

No Oversight: Who Does the FBI Really Work For?

Ryan DeLarme,
October 5th, 2021

The FBI has had a pretty murky track record in recent years, leading many to wonder if the domestic intelligence service still works with the best interest of the American people in mind. Whether it’s hatching the plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer or helping to orchestrate and execute the January 6th photo op, it’s starting to appear as though the Bureau’s become a tool of the political elite.

There’s new evidence coming out suggesting that the FBI has been warped into something far-flung from its original purpose, operating by its own rules with seemingly no oversight from anyone. Inspector General Michael Horowitz recently issued a new report on the FBI’s execution of the Woods Procedures for Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) applications, and it has been called “damning”. 

Last year, Horowitz reviewed 29 random FISA applications and found that the FBI was “not meeting the expectations of its own protocols.”

The FISA court has a questionable track record for excusing government misconduct as was recently displayed by the sentencing of FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith. After he went to great lengths to lie to a federal court and, when caught, lied by saying he didn’t really intend to lie; Clinesmith received only one year of probation. Many have been left wondering what such leniency says about the FISA Court’s “heightened duty of candor” If there aren’t heightened punishments for violating that duty.

The FISA abuse scandal isn’t the only negative press currently directed at the FBI. During a recent Senate Judiciary hearing on how the FBI failed to investigate alleged sexual abuse by former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) interrupted the proceedings when he reported that the FBI had failed to respond to the Republican Senator’s letters and also that,  they had declined to meet with him “month after month, year after year, at any time for any reason”. This is significant considering that Grassley is a ranking member of the Judiciary Committee and has been for a long time.

According to Senator Grassley:

I’ve asked Director Wray several times to meet with me relating to a very troubling briefing that I received in August 2020 from the FBI and which was later weaponized against my and Senator Johnson’s oversight. Director Wray and his staff have ignored my request to meet.”

In short, a ranking member of the Judiciary Committee can’t get the FBI to meet with him. This begs the question: does Congress have any real oversight on the FBI? Does the Bureau serve the American people or only select establishment politicians?

Senator Grassley has recently released a letter that offers some insight to the average American citizen as to how our government really works.

On August 6, 2020, we received a briefing from the FBI which, according to the FBI, was done in conjunction with the Intelligence Community (IC). This briefing was done because of political pressure from Democratic Leadership, not because of any real threat.

We have asked to meet with FBI Director Christopher Wray to discuss our concerns and have requested records relating to the briefing; however, he and his Chief of Staff, Corey Ellis, have refused to answer our communications and have failed to provide any answers or information.

FBI leadership’s failure to respond to congressional inquiries not only undermines the FBI as an institution, it also undermines the work of its dedicated agents and staff.

On July 13, 2020, Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Senator Mark Warner, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Representative Adam Schiff sent a letter, with a classified attachment, to the FBI to express a purported belief that Congress was the subject of a foreign disinformation campaign.

In that letter, which was publicly released on July 20, 2020, they requested a briefing on foreign efforts to interfere in the 2020 U.S. presidential election. The classified attachment included unclassified elements that, among other things, attempted — and failed — to tie our joint investigation into the Biden family’s foreign financial deals to foreign disinformation.  

So Schumer, Warner, Pelosi, and Schiff were trying to slow down Grassley and Johnson’s “joint investigations into the Biden family’s foreign financial deals.” How did the Democrats do it? By using their go-to strategy of leaking to their allies in the corporate media of course. The letter continues:

Then, on May 1, 2021, the Washington Post reported on “an extensive effort by the [FBI] to alert members of Congress…that they faced a risk of being used to further Russia’s attempt to influence the election’s outcome[.]”

This statement was attributed to “several current and former U.S. officials” who remained anonymous “because the matter remains highly sensitive.”

The article then inaccurately proceeded to link Russian disinformation attempts to our investigation, which was based on Obama administration government records and records that showed extensive financial connections between the Biden family and questionable foreign nationals, including individuals connected to the communist Chinese government’s military and intelligence services.

The Washington Post reporting purported to be based, in part, on an August 6, 2020, briefing that we received from the FBI, which, as the timeline above illustrates, happened in response to pressure from Democratic Leadership. The briefing was not specific. Moreover, it consisted primarily of information that we already knew and information unconnected to our investigation.

We made clear to the FBI briefers on August 6, 2020, that the briefing was not relevant to the substance of our work.

We also made clear our concern that the briefing would be subject to a leak that would shed a false light on the focus of our investigation. Indeed, the Washington Post article did exactly that and so did the other inaccurate media articles.

During your review of Crossfire Hurricane, you identified that counterintelligence briefings for Trump campaign officials were used by the FBI as intelligence gathering operations, concerns that we raised with the Justice Department on April 25, 2019, after we discovered text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. Specifically, Peter Strzok was primarily responsible for assisting the FBI agent that would be at those briefings.

In response to your findings, Director Wray established new protocols for these transition briefings to keep potential political considerations out of the decision-making process. Specifically, Director Wray noted that these briefings “should be for national security purposes and not for investigative purposes.”

Senator Grassley and Senator Ron Johnson were credited with the discovery of the now-famous text messages between FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page as well as discovering that Strzok was one of the crooked agents who used intel briefings to spy on Trump in 2019 prior to being fired. Director Wray promised to put a stop to these phony briefings that end up getting leaked to the media, yet it happened again to Grassley and Johnson last year while investigating “the Biden family’s foreign financial dealings”.

This information is compelling regardless of which side of the political aisle one falls on. When senators start informing the people during public hearings in Congress that the FBI is setting them up with fake briefings and then stonewalling them once caught, it makes one wonder whether or not Congress is actually in charge anymore. If the FBI can engage in this sort of activity against ranking members of the Judiciary Committee, the mind shudders to think of what they might do to the average citizens of our diminishing republic.

Carter Page’s FISA-Related FBI ‘Woods File’ Documents Mysteriously ‘Disappeared’ and Had to be ‘Recreated’ by Mueller’s Team

EDITORS NOTE: Files do not go ‘missing’ without ‘7th floor’ direct involvement.
Follow the logs. https://www.fbi.gov/services/information-management/foipa/privacy-impact-assessments/sentinel
. The “7th floor brass” made up of US State Department officials who met regularly on the 7th floor of the Harry S. Truman Building in Washington, DC, that was exposed in Autumn 2016.

-Ryan

Cristina Laila,
September 1st, 2020

The original Woods file on Trump’s former campaign advisor Carter Page mysteriously disappeared more than two years ago.

The “Woods Procedures” were designed to protect American citizens to “ensure accuracy with regard to … the facts supporting probable cause” after recurring abuses where the FBI presented inaccurate information to the FISC.

At the time, the Woods procedure was overseen by FBI Special Agent Joe Pientka and former FBI Counter-intel chief Peter Strzok — the same FBI agents who ambushed General Mike Flynn in January of 2017.

According to sources who spoke to investigative reporter Sara Carter, the ‘missing’ documents had to be recreated by the FBI and Mueller’s team in 2018.

Moreover, during Pientka’s numerous interviews with investigators from the DOJ’s Inspector General’s office, who likely have worked for both Michael Horowitz and Connecticut prosecutor John Durham – the fact that it was a recreated Wood’s file was never disclosed.

In fact, it had been missing for an unknown period of time, possibly up to two years and officials did not become aware it had disappeared until last week during a closed-door Senate Intelligence Committee hearing.

Pientka attended the closed-door hearing, along with other FBI officials, according to sources familiar with the proceedings.

“The real story here is how does the FBI, Special Counsel’s Office and Inspector General figure out if the Wood’s file went missing through malice or through incompetence,” said a source with knowledge if the circumstances.

Pientka has so far been cleared by the Justice Department and not charged with any wrongdoing. According to sources, he has been speaking and cooperating with Justice Department officials and members of Congress. He still maintains active employment with the FBI, unlike Strzok, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and former Assistant Director Bill Priestap, among others.

“The real story here is how does the FBI, Special Counsel’s Office and Inspector General figure out if the Wood’s file went missing through malice or though incompetence,” the source added. “Either answer doesn’t reflect well on this investigation.”

Earlier this year, The Gateway Pundit reported Comey’s Crossfire Hurricane team inserted blank pieces of paper into an FBI file used to document support for the FISA warrants on Carter Page which was cited in a barely-noticed footnote in Horowitz’s report.

According to the footnote in Horowitz’ report, the “placeholders” did not meet the Woods requirements.

“The Woods File for Renewal Application No. 2 contains a piece of paper that states “Strat Plan” and another piece of paper that states “New 302,” “Feb Article,” and “March Article.” The case agent who compiled the Woods File for this application told us that these pieces of paper were “placeholders” he inserted into the file to indicate to the SSA reviewer that a supporting document existed, but that a copy of it was not placed into the file.” The footnote on page 420 of Horowitz’s report referring to the second Carter Page FISA renewal stated.

“We do not believe these placeholders met the Woods requirements because the descriptions of the referenced documents were vague and it was not clear to us why the actual documents could not have been included in the Woods File. We also observed that there was no notation of other record indicating that the agent and supervisor performing the factual accuracy review in fact examined the documents identified by the placeholders.”

Another blank “placeholder” was inserted into the FBI file on the 3rd FISA renewal application, once again violating the Woods Procedures.

“Similar to the Woods File for Renewal Application No. 2, the file for Renewal Application 3 contains a “placeholder” piece of paper that states “Strat Plan,” indicating to the SSA reviewer that a supporting document existed for the factual assertion, but that it was not placed into the Woods File. For the reasons noted above, we do not believe this placeholder met the Woods requirements.” a footnote on page 422 of Horowitz’s report stated.

Judiciary Committee Releases Declassified Documents that Substantially Undercut Steele Dossier, Page FISA Warrants

WASHINGTON – Today, as part of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s ongoing investigation into the Crossfire Hurricane investigation and related FISA abuses, Chairman Lindsey Graham (R- South Carolina) released two recently declassified documents that significantly undercut the reliability of the Steele dossier and the accuracy and reliability of many of the factual assertions in the Carter Page FISA applications.

“I’m very pleased the investigation in the Senate Judiciary Committee has been able to secure the declassification of these important documents,” said Chairman Graham. “I want to thank Attorney General Barr for releasing these documents and allowing the American People to judge for themselves.

“What have we learned from the release of these two documents by the Department of Justice? Number one, it is clear to me that the memo regarding the FBI interview of the primary sub-source in January 2017 should have required the system to stop and reevaluate the case against Mr. Page.

“Most importantly after this interview of the sub-source and the subsequent memo detailing the contents of the interview, it was a miscarriage of justice for the FBI and the Department of Justice to continue to seek a FISA warrant against Carter Page in April and June of 2017.

“The dossier was a critical document to justify a FISA warrant against Mr. Page and this DOJ memo clearly indicates that the reliability of the dossier was completely destroyed after the interview with the primary sub-source in January 2017. Those who knew or should have known of this development and continued to pursue a FISA warrant against Mr. Page anyway are in deep legal jeopardy in my view.

“Secondly, the comments of Peter Strzok regarding the February 14 New York Times article are devastating in that they are an admission that there was no reliable evidence that anyone from the Trump Campaign was working with Russian Intelligence Agencies in any form.

“The statements by Mr. Strzok question the entire premise of the FBI’s investigation of the Trump Campaign and make it even more outrageous that the Mueller team continued this investigation for almost two and a half years. Moreover, the statements by Strzok raise troubling questions as to whether the FBI was impermissibly unmasking and analyzing intelligence gathered on U.S. persons.

“These documents, which I have long sought, tell a damning story for anyone who’s interested in trying to find the truth behind the corrupt nature of the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign in 2016 and beyond.”

The first document is a 57-page summary of a three-day interview the FBI conducted with Christopher Steele’s so-called “Primary Sub-source” in January of 2017. [Document 1]

  • This document not only demonstrates how unsubstantiated and unreliable the Steele dossier was, it shows that the FBI was on notice of the dossier’s credibility problems and sought two more FISA application renewals after gaining this awareness.
  • The document reveals that the primary “source” of Steele’s election reporting was not some well-connected current or former Russian official, but a non-Russian based contract employee of Christopher Steele’s firm. Moreover, it demonstrates that the information that Steele’s primary source provided him was second and third-hand information and rumor at best.
  • Critically, the document shows that Steele’s “Primary Sub-source” disagreed with and was surprised by how information he gave Steele was then conveyed by Steele in the Steele dossier. For instance, the “Primary Sub-source”: did not recall or did not know where some of the information attributed to him or his sources came from; was never told about or never mentioned to Steele certain information attributed to him or his sources; he said that Steele re-characterized some of the information to make it more substantiated and less attenuated than it really was; that he would have described his sources differently; and, that Steele implied direct access to information where the access to information was indirect.
  • In total, this document demonstrates that information from the Steele dossier, which “played a central and essential role” in the FISA warrants on Carter Page, should never have been presented to the FISA court.     

The second document contains Peter Strzok’s type-written comments disagreeing with assertions made in a New York Times article about alleged Russian intelligence ties to the Trump campaign. [Document 2]

  • The document demonstrates that Peter Strzok and others in FBI leadership positions must have been aware of the issues with the Steele dossier that the FBI’s interview with Steele’s “Primary Sub-source” revealed, because Strzok commented that “[r]ecent interviews and investigation, however, reveal Steele may not be in a position to judge the reliability of his sub-source network.”
  • The document further shows that the FBI’s assertion to the FISA court that “the FBI believes that Russia’s efforts to influence U.S. policy were likely being coordinated between the RIS [Russian Intelligence Services] and Page, and possibly others” appears to be a misrepresentation. This is because, in his comments on the Times article, Strzok asserts that “[w]e have not seen evidence of any individuals affiliated with the Trump team in contact with IOs [Intelligence Officials]. . . . We are unaware of ANY Trump advisors engaging in conversations with Russian intelligence officials.”
  • The document also indicates that the FBI may have been using foreign intelligence gathering techniques to impermissibly unmask and analyze existing and future intelligence collection regarding U.S. persons associated with the Trump campaign: “Both the CIA and NSA are aware of our subjects and throughout the summer we provided them names and selectors for queries of their holdings as well as prospective collection.” The quote does not provide enough information to fully understand exactly what the FBI was doing but impermissible unmasking and analysis of existing and future incidental intelligence collection of U.S. persons would be troubling.
  • The document also raises questions as to whether the FBI was properly using intelligence techniques and databases “throughout the summer” considering that the earliest formal investigation of a U.S. person associated with the Trump campaign was not officially opened until July 31, 2016.

These declassified documents and other related material may be accessed at the following link: judiciary.senate.gov/fisa-investigation

Weekly Report (March 29th-April 4th): FISA, Seth Rich, Bill Gates

Ryan DeLarme
April 4th, 2020

Disclaimer:

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There’s a lot of buzz coming out on the FISA court right now, including errors, abuse, and omitting certain facts to get the outcome they want, to stir up bogus charges to use against anyone in opposition to the DC Cabal’s agendas. Now of course the media and career politicians claim they “followed the rules to a T”, many of us know that this is not the case but now it will be revealed to show the people who care to see how the FISA courts have been used to further criminal and treasonous enterprises.

FISA Court issues order on latest IG findings of serious abuse. This includes:

1) Govt must give court names of all targets in the 29 applications found deficient

2) Assess whether those issues render applications invalid

Full Order can be found here:

https://fisc.uscourts.gov/public-filings/order-37

So the “We followed all the rules” shtick is quickly unraveling, and these FISA warrants will likely become INVALID. This is a big deal but will probably get very little media attention because it will basically catch these bad actors in a lie. Every little agenda the Deep-state politicians and dirty cops at the DOJ were able to push forward using phony FISA warrants will become null and void, think General Flynn, Carter Page, George Papadopolous, the Mueller investigation, and so on. In a nutshell, all this Russia malarkey will be shown to have been fabricated to make moves against a duly elected president. It will be interesting to see how all this unfolds.


In related “Deep-State” takedown news, we have US Attorney John Durham going after former CIA director John Brennan. Durham, who is conducting an investigation that could lead to high-profile arrests, has scrutinized Brennan over the bungled Steele Dossier, in particular he is looking into whether it was used in the 2017 assessment and why then FBI director James Comey and deputy director Andrew McCabe insisted it be used.

The Washington Examiner reported the following:

The 2017 assessment concluded with “high confidence” that Putin “ordered an influence campaign in 2016” and Russia worked to “undermine public faith” in U.S. democracy, “denigrate” former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and “harm her electability and potential presidency,” and “developed a clear preference” for Trump. The NSA diverged on one aspect, expressing only “moderate confidence” that Putin actively tried to help Trump win and Clinton lose.

“I wouldn’t call it a discrepancy, I’d call it an honest difference of opinion between three different organizations,” former NSA chief Adm. Mike Rogers told the Senate in 2017. “It didn’t have the same level of sourcing and the same level of multiple sources.”

Durham has interviewed Rogers and is also reportedly reviewing Brennan’s handling of a secret source said to be close to the Kremlin. The prosecutor wants to know what role that person’s information played in the assessment.

Durham is also scrutinizing Brennan in relation to British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s dossier. In particular, the prosecutor is looking for answers on whether it was used in the 2017 assessment, why former FBI Director James Comey and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe insisted upon it being part of the assessment, how allegations from the dossier ended up in the assessment’s appendix, and whether Brennan misled about the dossier’s use…


Seth Rich, the DNC intern who was likely murdered for trying to expose election rigging, is creeping back into the public mass consciousness. Now prestigious news disseminators like Buzzfeed have claimed this to be a “Debunked conspiracy theory” which is far from the truth, as more details continue to emerge how can a site like that make such a claim confidently? Simple, because if it’s printed by a source people recognize 9 out of 10 folks will just believe it and look no further. Once again more details emerge around the deceased patriot, This time a Deep State connected former Assistant US Attorney claimed under oath that the FBI did examine Seth Rich’s computer and that she met with an FBI Agent and prosecutor from the Mueller gang.  This indicates the meeting should have been recorded in a form 302 but the FBI continues to claim no records related to Seth Rich are available.

It was reported that after getting caught lying to the Courts and claiming there were no documents related to Seth Rich, emails between FBI Deep State lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were uncovered by Judicial Watch with the title “Seth Rich” .

Attorney Ty Clevenger uncovered that the former Assistant US Attorney related to the case admitted that Rich’s computer was inspected by the FBI and that there would be records related to this investigation.  She now has been deposed and her comments are shocking, indicating she met with both the FBI and the Mueller gang.

The former Assistant US Attorney (AUSA) provided an affidavit which claims the following – that she was inducted into the Fellow of American College of Trial Lawyers, that from 2016 to 2018 she was the lead AUSA on the murder case of Seth Rich and that she consulted with the FBI on the case:

Here is the full transcript of Deborah Sines under oath.


We have everyone’s favorite billionaire eugenics enthusiast Bill Gates out there pushing for what he really wants, mandatory vaccinations and requiring paperwork to prove it. In case your spidey senses are busted, this is an Orwellian nightmare under the guise of public safety and concern. Naturally, celebrities are being activated to join the chorus they are trying to whip up. We have Madonna out there tweeting about this:

Remember, countless documents and intelligence whistleblowers have shown that the CIA uses celebrities to push certain narratives believing that the public would “follow the stars”. Is that what we are seeing here? I suppose it’s not possible to know for sure but it certainly looks and feels that way. Remember there is a drug that can fight this: Hydroxychloroquine, which we reported on last week and was recently approved by the FDA despite desperate attempts to discredit its success in treating this virus.

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko of NY has had great success in treating the virus, claiming a 100% Cure rate after treating over 700 patients now. His treatment is as follows:

1 – Hydroxychloroquine 200 mg 1 pill 2x a day/5 days

2 – Azithromycin 500 mg 1 pill/day/5 days

3 – Zinc sulfate 220 mg 1 pill/day/5 days

A global survey taken on Thursday has shown incredible results. A poll conducted by Sermo (a private social media network for physicians open to licensed M.D.s and D.O.s in the United States and 149 other countries) asked over 6000 physicians in 30 countries what works against SARS, COVID-19. They rated Hydroxychloroquine as the most effective therapy. You can read more on that here.

It appears that COVID-19 checkpoints are helping the DHS with fighting human trafficking. This is very interesting because one of the prime driving forces behind the Trump administration and Alliance operations have to do with ending human and child trafficking. 

According to the Polaris Project, which studies human trafficking, it is estimated that the total number of victims in the United States is in the hundreds of thousands. The International Labor Organization says human trafficking is a $150 billion industry worldwide.

https://inhomelandsecurity.com/covid-19-checkpoints-human-trafficking/

This is very interesting as Florida is one of the worst states for trafficking.

https://news.wjct.org/post/florida-among-three-worst-human-trafficking-states


Lastly, there is a lot of hearsay and strangeness surrounding the true purposes of the USS Comfort and Mercy. It’s popular consensus among conspiracy theorists that these ships are not actually being used to just fight the Virus, but are also being used to house and treat trafficking victims, particularly children. There are some indicators that this could be true but nothing substantial as of yet, however, we will be keeping an eye out for any evidence supporting these claims.

Barr Reviewing FBI Conduct During 2016 Election In Separate, Wide-Ranging Probe

Originally published by Zerohedge
April 4th, 2019

Attorney General William Barr will appear before the House of Representatives appropriations subcommittee on Tuesday for the first time since special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his Russia report surrounding the 2016 US election, reports Reuters

While the session is intended to explore the Trump administration’s $29 billion Justice Department fiscal 2020 budget request, Barr will undoubtedly face questions about the Mueller report and when Congress might expect to see a redacted version.

Barr has been working with Mueller to redact sensitive portions of the report, including grand-jury information following a ruling last week at the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. He has indicated that it will be ready by mid-April, in just a few days. 

Mueller turned his confidential report over to Barr on March 22 following a 22-month-long probe into whether Donald Trump may have colluded with Russia during his 2016 presidential campaign and whether Trump later obstructed inquiries into the matter.

On March 24, Barr released a four-page letter to Congress laying out what he said were Mueller’s main findings. Barr is expected to submit a redacted copy of the full report to the public and Congress by mid-April, or even sooner. –Reuters

Democrats are using the redactions to suggest that Barr and the Trump administration are holding back vital information which they hope might deliver the impeachment they’ve sought for more than two years, despite Mueller’s findings of no collusion – and AG Barr and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein determining that Trump did not obstruct the probe.

On Monday, Rep. Doug Collins – the top Republican on the Democrat-controlled House Judiciary Committee, wrote a scathing letter to the panel’s chairman, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) accusing him of putting Attorney General William Barr in an “untenable but politically convenient situation.” Barr would be forced to “break the law” if he provides an unredacted report – and he doesn’t, Nadler will “label him as part of a cover-up.” 

According to Barr’s written testimony, the Attorney General will focus Tuesday’s discussion on issues including immigration enforcement, the opioid epidemic and combating violent crime. 

He is scheduled for a Wednesday appearance in front of a Senate appropriations panel.

Update4: Attorney General William Barr says that he is reviewing the “conduct” of the FBI during its original 2016 Trump-Russia investigation, following calls by GOP legislators to investigate the origins of the probe. 

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Aaron Rupar@atruparReplying to @atrupar

Barr confirms that he is “reviewing the conduct of the [Russia] investigation,” and indicates he still takes Devin Nunes seriously13910:03 AM – Apr 9, 2019112 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacy

After explaining that DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz has a pending investigation into FISA abuse, Barr said “I am reviewing the conduct of the Russia investigation, and all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted in the summer of 2016.”

Shirtless Pundit @zachhaller

Barr: “I am reviewing the conduct of the Russia investigation, and all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted in the summer of 2016.”7711:23 AM – Apr 9, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy26 people are talking about this

The comments come after House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes, R-Calif., said over the weekend he was preparing to send eight criminal referrals to the Justice Department this week regarding alleged misconduct by DOJ and FBI officials during the Trump-Russia investigation. It is unclear whom Nunes will refer for investigation, and what the process at the Justice Department might be. –Fox News

Barr says he hasn’t seen Nunes’ referrals yet, adding “Obviously, if there is a predicate for investigation, it will be conducted.”

Update3: Barr says that the Justice Department’s Inspector General is working on reviewing the process used by the FBI to obtain a FISA surveillance warrant on Trump campaign aide Carter Page, and that the IG report will be complete in May or June. Barr also said that he’s overseeing a separate wider investigation. 

Michael Tracey@mtracey · 6hReplying to @mtracey

Barr reiterates that Mueller is currently participating in the redaction process, and says the rationale for all redactions will be specifically explicated. Barr says the Report will be issued “within a week,” consistent with what he said all along. Another blow to the truthers.

Michael Tracey@mtracey

Barr says the DOJ IG is working on a review of FISA process as it relates to Trump/Russia investigation (phony Dossier was cited to obtain warrant on Carter Page.) Says review will be complete in May or June. Barr also overseeing a separate, wider review. Reckoning coming soon.89010:04 AM – Apr 9, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy446 people are talking about this

He also said he will testify before the Judiciary Committees about all aspects of the Mueller report upon its release, including working with Rep. Nadler to explain the redactions.  

Michael Tracey@mtracey · 6hReplying to @mtracey

Barr says the DOJ IG is working on a review of FISA process as it relates to Trump/Russia investigation (phony Dossier was cited to obtain warrant on Carter Page.) Says review will be complete in May or June. Barr also overseeing a separate, wider review. Reckoning coming soon.

Michael Tracey@mtracey

Barr affirms his willingness to testify before the Judiciary Committees about all aspects of the Report once it is released. Also says he will work with Rep. Nadler to provide further information about redacted portions. Zero indication of any coverup or second-order conspiracy.52510:11 AM – Apr 9, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy180 people are talking about this

Update2: Barr says that the redacted Mueller report will be ready for release in one week, and that he is relying on discretion in deciding what to make public. 

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Morgan Chalfant@mchalfant16

Attorney General Bill Barr has arrived for his appearance before a House Appropriations panel to testify on the DOJ budget. We expect some members to ask about the Mueller probe and report. Stay tuned!39:31 AM – Apr 9, 2019See Morgan Chalfant’s other TweetsTwitter Ads info and privacy

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