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Maria & Nunes: Very Comprehensive Truth Synopsis
"Time for Comeys & Clappers & Brennans of the World to get Very Nervous"
Don't Usually Agree with Napolitano but he's right on this...
AG Barr To Testify March 31st
re: delayed testimony
1. allow for public dissemination of critical facts [possible unseal(s)-declas] prior to world televised sit down.
Sometimes the necessary forum to update the American public is provided by those same people being investigated for….
Release to change strategy?
Watch what happens next!
U.S. Attorney John Durham – charged with the criminal probe into the FBI’s Russia investigation of the Trump campaign – has been questioning CIA officials closely involved with John Brennan’s 2017 intelligence community assessment regarding direct Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to U.S. officials.
In May 2017, Brennan denied during a hearing before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence that its agency relied on the now debunked Christopher Steele dossier for the Intelligence Community Assessment report. He told then Congressman Trey Gowdy “we didn’t” use the Steele dossier.
“It wasn’t part of the corpus of intelligence information that we had,” Brennan stated. “It was not in any way used as a basis for the Intelligence Community assessment that was done. It was — it was not.”
However, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz confirmed in his report that the dossier was used in the Obama administration’s 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA). As stated in the IG report, there were discussions by top intelligence officials as to whether the Steele dossier should be included in the ICA report.
But upon careful inspection of Horowitz’s report, on page 179, investigators ask former FBI Director James Comey if he discussed the dossier with Brennan and whether or not it should be given to President Obama. According to the report, Comey told investigators that Brennan said it was “important” enough to include in the ICA — clearly part of the “corpus of intelligence information” they had.
According to a recent report by The New York Times, Durham’s probe is specifically looking at that January 2017 intelligence community assessment, which concluded with “high confidence” that Russian President Vladimir Putin “ordered an influence campaign in 2016.”
"AG Barr is Focused on Something Much Bigger that Will have Serious Ramifications"
"Durham Criminal Probe is Underway. It has gone deep. It has gone wide. It has gone far."
Major Victory Against Soros Machine
Former national security advisor Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn’s defense team filed a brief Tuesday with the court, asking once again to have Flynn’s case dismissed based on the court’s authority and the “government’s outrageous conduct and repeated Brady violations.”
The 19- page brief submitted by Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell comes on the heels of the appointment by Attorney General William Barr of Chief federal prosecutor from St. Louis, Jeffrey Jensen, to review the ongoing case against Flynn. According to reports, an official with the DOJ, said Jensen was selected weeks ago by Barr and is expected to review issues raised by Flynn’s defense team.
“We hope the government will seriously consider this brief and our prior briefing from the independent perspective Mr. Jensen can provide, and take the steps to remedy this injustice and restore Rule Of Law,” Powell told SaraACarter.com.
Powell has also stated that Flynn had been lied to by the FBI, leading Flynn to believe in the early stages of the bureau’s probe that he was not under investigation.
Speaking of Soros...
The warning comes from none other than billionaire leftist George Soros himself. Soros wrote a scathing letter to Financial Times in which he argues that both Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg should be removed from their leadership roles at Facebook, because of they are allegedly “engaged in some kind of mutual assistance arrangement with Donald Trump that will help him to get re-elected.”
In his letter to Financial Times, Soros argues that he actually supports “more government regulation of social media platforms,” and makes the case that “Facebook does not need to wait for government regulations to stop accepting any political advertising in 2020 until after the elections on November 4.”
Click here to read in full Soros’s letter to Financial Times.