Blowing The Lid Off of The Biggest Political Scandal in American History

For those who are unfamiliar with this gentleman, this is Dan Bogino – a former Secret Service agent that was on protection duty for Obama.

We are presuming it was not the best years of his career but it was very educational and motivational for him as he has been sharing a lot with us since then.

He has some insight into the recent Mueller and other events that may look unrelated… yet are…

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Big Pharma’s Secret Global Eugenics Agenda

A special presentation Big Pharma’s agenda to make sure you die broke, as well as neo-eugenics and how it ties into food contamination and vaccines — and a look into the what of what we are injecting into our children, how it affects their growth… and how it will affect your grandchildren and great grandchildren.

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Congress Investigates ‘Serious Misconduct’ Of Govt Agency That Bungled Bundy Trial

GOP lawmakers are looking into widespread abuse by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) law officials after the case against a Nevada rancher accused of multiple felonies was dismissed for “prosecutorial misconduct.”

GOP Reps. Rob Bishop of Utah and Bruce Westerman of Arkansas asked BLM Acting Director Brian Steed to investigate and report on the problems within the BLM that lead to a mistrial against Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher that led a standoff with federal law enforcement in 2014.

Bishop, chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources, and Westerman, chairman of the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, sent a letter with their request Wednesday.

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Trump Should Kill the Iran Nuclear Deal, for the Dissidents and Protesters

It endangers global security and bolsters a brutal theocratic regime.

President Trump will make some important decisions this month that could not only end the controversial 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran but also convey America’s support for Iranian protesters and hasten the overthrow of Iran’s ruling mullahs.

By January 12, Mr. Trump must decide whether to renew a waiver of sanctions lifted by the Iran deal — i.e., the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA.

The law requires him to make such a determination every 120 days.

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Gowdy & Nunes Walk Away With the Win

Congressman David Nunes, (R-CA) has FINALLY obtained ALL documents requested more than 16 months ago.

Yesterday, “the House Intelligence Committee, appears to have reached an agreement with the Justice Department to gain access to “all” documents and witnesses it sought by a deadline at the end of the day” per the Washington Examiner.

It seems the American people have been waiting a LONG time for these documents to produce themselves.

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UK: NHS Hospitals Ordered To Cancel All Routine Operations In January

Every hospital in the country has been ordered to cancel all non-urgent surgery until at least February in an unprecedented step by NHS officials.

The instructions on Tuesday night – which will see result in around 50,000 operations being axed – followed claims by senior doctors that patients were being treated in “third world” conditions, as hospital chief executives warned of the worst winter crisis for three decades.

Hospitals are reporting growing chaos, with a spike in winter fluleaving frail patients facing 12-hour waits, and some units running out of corridor space.

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Comey’s Original Clinton Memo Revealed, Shows Deletions Of Felony Evidence

For months, speculation has swirled around what exactly former FBI Director James Comey said about Hillary Clinton’s private email server (and handling of classified material).

While much has been leaked, and admitted to, thanks to Senate Homeland and Government Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), we now have the complete original Comey statement… and the subsequent rounds of deletions and edits that watered down the felonious Clinton actions to an embarrassing wrist-slap.

The Hill was first to report late last year that Comey originally concluded Clinton was “grossly negligent” – the statutory term supporting felony mishandling of classified information – when she and her aides transmitted 110 emails containing classified information through her non-secure server but that subordinates edited the term to the lesser “extremely careless.”

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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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Obama Officials ‘Regret’ Not Standing Up For Iranian Protesters Like Trump

Former President Barack Obama’s ambassador to Israel and Senior National Security Adviser Dan Shapiro lamented his administration’s decision not to vocally support Iranian protesters in 2009 in an interview with the New York Times.

Obama offered only tepid support to thousands of Iranian protesters in 2009 drawing intense criticism.

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Trump Moves to Vastly Expand Offshore Drilling

e Trump administration Thursday moved to vastly expand offshore drilling from the Atlantic to the Arctic oceans with a plan that would open up federal waters off the California coast for the first time in more than three decades.

The new 5-year drilling plan also could open new areas of oil and gas exploration in areas off the East Coast from Georgia to Maine, where drilling has been blocked for decades.

Many lawmakers in those states support offshore drilling, although the Democratic governors of North Carolina and Virginia oppose drilling off their state coasts.

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Trump, GOP Senators Sound Hopeful On Immigration Deal

With the deadline clock ticking, President Donald Trump on Thursday huddled with Republican lawmakers and invited a bipartisan group to the White House next week to try to work out a deal on immigration.

Lawmakers have been trying to come up with a plan Trump will agree to that extends legal status for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants, many of whom were brought to the country illegally as children.

Trump announced last September he would be ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program that had protected them from deportation, but gave Congress until March to come up with a legislative fix. Democrats want the fix to be part of a spending pact that must pass by Jan. 19 to keep the government running.

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Homeland Chief: Wait and See On Citizenship for Immigrants

The Trump administration would consider immigration legislation that includes a pathway to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of young people, the U.S. Homeland Security secretary said Tuesday, while emphasizing no decision on that issue has been made and a border wall remains the priority.

Congress is considering three options, including citizenship or permanent legal status for people who were temporarily shielded from deportation, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said in an interview.

Details on qualifying for citizenship, including on how many years to wait and other requirements, would have to be addressed.

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Photo by: Susan Walsh Rep. Devin Nunes (right), chairman of the House Permanent Select committee on intelligence, has widened the net in the panel's investigation into the use of the unconfirmed Russia dossier against Donald Trump. (Associated Press/File)

House Expands Russia Probe to FBI, Justice Use of Unconfirmed Dossier to Snare President Trump

The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has expanded its 2016 election investigation from a starting point of Russian interference to an end-game that focuses on federal law enforcement and how it conducted a drive to snare President Trump and his people.

Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, California Republican, is accusing the Justice Department and the FBI of misleading him in “a pattern of behavior that can no longer be tolerated.”

He charges that Justice claimed it possesses no documents related to the infamous Trump dossier, then, under pressure, produced “numerous” such papers.

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Lt. Gov. Tina Smith, pictured, served as Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton?s trusted chief of staff for four years before ascending to become his No. 2 when he needed a running mate in 2014.

As Smith Heads to DC, Questions Linger Over Her Replacement

After a year that saw budget battles, a legal fight between branches of government and two lawmakers swept out of office over sexual misconduct allegations of last year, 2018 will start with another big event: Lt. Gov. Tina Smith heading to Washington to take a place in the U.S. Senate.

Smith’s move has triggered questions and bickering over who will succeed her at the state Capitol. It’s a critical question that has major ramifications for control of the Senate and could define the legislative session.

Here’s a look at what’s at stake…

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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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