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    Former FBI Director James Comey is challenging a subpoena from House Republicans for his closed-door testimony in federal court, citing the “corrosive narrative” created by selective leaking by lawmakers.

    Court records show that Comey filed a motion in federal court in Washington, D.C., on Thursday to quash a subpoena from the House Judiciary Committee for testimony on Dec. 3.
     
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    Bongino's Book: Spygate
    Enlightening....

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    Just ordered the book...
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    Former FBI Director James Comey will testify privately on Capitol Hill on Friday, following a resolution to a legal dispute over a Republican-led subpoena compelling him to appear, according to Comey’s attorney David Kelley and a House Judiciary Committee aide.

    Comey fought the subpoena, issued by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) but abandoned the dispute after arranging a voluntary appearance — and a promise that a transcript of his interview would be released publicly after about 24 hours.

     
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    John Solomon Latest.... Devin Nunes Latest... It is Beginning

     
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    Comey's Second Testimony Today...

     
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    Congressional Investigation ending...

    Goodlatte / Gowdy Joint Investigation Letter
    To Whitaker, Horowitz, McConnell
    Requesting Appointment of Special Counsel to Continue Investigation

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    Washington (CNN)A top federal prosecutor in Utah is continuing to investigate allegations that the FBI abused its powers in surveilling a former Trump campaign adviser and should have done more to investigate the Clinton Foundation, according to a source familiar with the matter.

    While the Justice Department has not publicly commented on the investigation in almost a year, the source said acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker told former Attorney General Ed Meese during a breakfast meeting in Washington on Wednesday that US Attorney John Huber is continuing his investigation into the wide-ranging allegations.

    The meeting was first reported by the AP.

    The source said that Whitaker did not provide Meese with any details on Huber's work or his findings -- but this is the most recent indication from senior Justice Department leadership that Huber's work is still ongoing.

    The source could not confirm who first raised the issue at the meeting or why it was being discussed.
    In March 2018, amid calls by Republican lawmakers for a second special counsel, then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed that Huber was looking into allegations that the FBI abused its powers in surveilling Carter Page, and investigating claims that more should have been done to investigate Hillary Clinton's ties to a Russian nuclear energy agency.

    The department has provided no public updates on Huber's work and the source could not confirm to CNN when Huber will finish his investigation, or whether he has been able to substantiate any of the GOP's allegations.
    Huber wields significant power as a federal prosecutor with the ability to bring charges and convene a grand jury, if necessary.

    CNN has reached out to Meese for comment.
     
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    Flynn was working with the Defense Intelligence Agency!
    "Phase Three Begins this year"
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    Over a year since Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz ripped the lid off the growing Spygate scandal in December 2017, The Hill’s John Solomon continues to be one of the only reporters digging into it and finding new revelations.

    While mainstream media outlets such as McClatchy spent the last week desperately trying to rehabilitate both Christopher Steele and his bogus Trump dossier, Solomon scooped them all again by finding a source that verified to him that Lt. General Michael Flynn was actually working in coordination with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) when he took a trip to Russia in December of 2015.

    In a column that I wrote the day after General Flynn’s Dec. 17th sentencing hearing, I discussed the fact that on Aug. 25, 2017, over a year and a half ago, Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley wrote a letter to both Secretary of Defense James Mattis and DIA Director Lt. Gen. Vince Stewart.

    In that letter, Senator Grassley talked about a classified briefing his committee had received from DIA personnel back on May 25th, where he and the other members learned something so startling he was writing them to request that some of this information be declassified out of what Grassley said was “fairness to Flynn.” For reasons as of yet unknown, Grassley’s request was denied.

    Now Solomon’s source appears to have revealed the contents of at least some of that DIA briefing that the Senate Judiciary Committee received back in May 2017. Solomon writes:

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    For more than three years, the narrative the mainstream media has promoted about Flynn is that of a disgruntled former military intelligence official angry about being fired by Obama who decided to abandon his principles by selling his expertise to the highest bidders. This then became a key piece of the narrative that members of the Trump campaign had inappropriate ties with Russia.

    Consider this Politico piece from 2017, entitled “Pentagon: No Record Of Flynn’s 2015 Russia Trip,” in which it sure looks like Flynn just surprised everybody by suddenly showing up in Russia right at Putin’s elbow without any warning to anyone whatsoever.

    Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle were understandably alarmed by the fact it seemed Flynn just showed up in Moscow without giving anyone advance notice he was going to be there.

    We now know that the DIA was at the very least was very well-informed of the fact that Flynn was headed to Russia and who he’d be meeting with once he was there. This would mean what Flynn was doing was no secret to at least one of the agencies inside the US intelligence community.

    This leads to the next question: what else was Flynn doing that we don’t know about yet that might drastically change the popular media narrative about him?

    Now consider another angle to all of this: The Senate Judiciary Committee has known about this exculpatory evidence that favors Flynn since May of 2017 and they have been forced to sit on it because that information is as of right now still classified.

    It’s very telling that this information didn’t leak in a year and a half. One side in this information war surrounding the Spygate scandal leaks constantly and the other side does not. The side that’s constantly leaking is the one that knows the mainstream news media is its ally in this information war. That’s why we’ve seen the SpyGate plotters repeatedly engage in strategic leaking strategies using their media fellow travelers.

    I guarantee you, the other side in this information war on SpyGate does not view what Andrew Breitbart often called “The DNC Media Complex” as any kind of an ally in this fight. Far from it. Those media outlets are viewed as the enemy working in concert with the Spygate plotters. There is no way the good guys in this fight would leak anything to them. You do not leak to people who have spent 3 years tirelessly working to advance the causes and the political narratives of the people you are locked in informational combat with.

    This is why one side in the Spygate scandal keeps feeding leaks—which are quite often false and deliberately misleading—to the mainstream press in order to attack certain people and drive certain political narratives, while the other side remains steadfastly and resolutely silent about who they are investigating and at what stage those investigations are at.

    In fact, some of the leaks by the Spygate plotters and their enablers in recent months seem to be geared to get the guys on the other side to tip their hand and show their cards early. Thus far, the people I refer to as The Silent Professionals have rejected all such desperate gambits.

    Whether inside the DOJ, the FBI, the CIA, the State Department, the DIA or inside Congress itself, these people pursuing the real investigations do not leak. Although the popular perception is that the side doing all the strategic leaking and targeted attacks through their mainstream media sycophants is winning this fight, that’s not actually the case.

    Despite their best efforts to hold onto power, all the major players in the Spygate plot have been forced out. Despite all their frantic efforts, the entire plot was exposed to public scrutiny.

    The strategy of the Silent Professionals appears to me to have always had three phases to it:

    1. Removal from power
    2. Exposure of the plot
    3. Prosecution of crimes
    It’s not the side actually winning this fight that is doing all the leaking in attempts to stave off what’s coming. Phase three begins this year.

     
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