Clinton Funded Dossier Used By FBI To Obtain FISA Warrants On Trump Campaign Members

The devil is in the details and the detail that was not being investigated was the instrument the Mueller team said existed but turns out to be contrived – the dossier, now known as the anti-Trump dossier.

Senator Graham, in his questioning of the Mueller team and the DoJ, also discovered that the dossier was used to obtain FISA warrants by the DOJ – a clear abuse of power at an unprecedented level in our history.

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In Message to North Korea, US Deploys 3 B-2 Stealth Bombers to Guam

The U.S. Air Force announced it has deployed three nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers and 200 air personnel to Guam — sending a strong signal to North Korea just a few days after its talks with South Korea.

The B-2s join a number of B-1 conventional bombers already deployed on the Pacific island.

It is unclear how long the B-2s will stay at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam.

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US President Barack Obama delivers a speech following a US-Gulf Cooperation Council Summit in Riyadh, on April 21, 2016. Despite concerns about Iran's behaviour, neither the US nor Gulf states wish for conflict with the Shiite nation, Obama said. "None of our nations have an interest in conflict with Iran," he said at the close of a meeting in the Saudi capital with the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council. / AFP / Jim Watson (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Sessions Announces Hezbollah Financing, Narcoterror Team After Bombshell Report

The Department of Justice announced Thursday that it is creating a task force to take a fresh look at drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations linked to Hezbollah after an investigative report last month claimed that the Obama administration turned a blind eye to such activities to preserve the Iran nuclear deal.

The task force, dubbed the Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team (HFNT), will begin its work by reviewing investigations stemming from Project Cassandra, a campaign led by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) targeting the Lebanese terror group’s actions.

According to a Politico report published last month, officials with the Obama Justice and Treasury Departments repeatedly delayed or rejected requests by Project Cassandra leaders to pursue significant investigations, prosecutors or sanctions.

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Judge Denies Fusion GPS Bid to Quash Subpoena for Bank Records

A federal judge Thursday denied a request by Fusion GPS to void a House Intelligence Committee subpoena to provide bank records as part of the committee’s investigation into Russian activities during the 2016 election campaign.

U.S. District Judge Richard Leon found Fusion’s objections to the subpoena to be “unavailing” and denied the research firm’s request for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction that would have prevented it from handing over the documents.

Fusion GPS attorney Theodore Boutrous Jr. said the firm would appeal Leon’s ruling.

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Crisis-wracked Venezuela Turns for Hope to Broken Factories

Juan Carlos Goite has to be creative, finding spare parts stripped from one broken-down locomotive to repair another in a desperate attempt to keep a once-thriving iron ore mining company running.

Dressed in a hard hat and oil-stained work clothes, the mechanic paces a dimly lit workshop strewn with salvaged train parts like motors, metal plates and hoses looking for the right piece.

In cash-strapped Venezuela, there’s no money to buy spare parts.

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House Approves Concealed-Carry Reciprocity Gun Bill, Faces Challenge In Senate

House Republicans on Wednesday voted in favor of making concealed-carry permits valid across state lines, scoring a major victory for gun-rights supporters.

But similar Senate legislation still faces an uncertain future, with top Democrats and other gun-control advocates rallying in opposition on Capitol Hill.

The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act passed 231-198 in the GOP-controlled House, with 6 Democrats voting in support.

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