Iraq Veteran And Puppy Reunited In US After Months Apart


Via Fox News:

An Iraq veteran shared a joyful reunion with his rescue pooch on Tuesday after the pair was forced to spend several months apart, Fox 35 reported.

Jonathan Lewis happily greeted his dog Peanut, a nine month old Shepherd mix, at the airport in Orlando, Fla., the outlet said, after having to leave her behind when he returned home from duty.

When it was time for him to return to the states, Lewis reportedly had to leave the dog. But he didn’t lose faith that she would eventually join him in the U.S., Fox 35 said.

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Simple Quiz…


Great mental exercise for people over 50. Which of the following names are you familiar with?

1. Monica Lewinsky
2. Hillary Clinton
3. Benito Mussolini
4. Adolf Hitler
5. Jorge Bergoglio
6. Al Capone
7. Vladimir Putin
8. Linda Lovelace
9. Saddam Hussein
10. Tiger Woods
You had trouble with #5, didn’t you?
So, you know all the liars, criminals, adulterers, murderers, thieves, sluts and cheaters, but you don’t know the Pope??
Lovely, just lovely…

sometimes I worry about you.

Democratic Mayors Defend Sanctuary Cities



Via NTK:

Democratic Mayors from across America defended sanctuary cities and blasted President Trump and the Department of Justice over a letter sent to 23 sanctuary cities that demanded they provide records showing they are cooperating with immigration enforcement agencies during a press conference on Wednesday.

The DOJ on Wednesday sent a letter to 23 sanctuary cities and threatened them “with subpoenas if they fail to provide documents to show whether local law enforcement officers are sharing information with federal immigration authorities.”

The U.S. Conference of Mayors is in Washington, D.C. for it’s 86th annual winter meeting, and the Democratic mayors at the press conference took great offense to DOJ’s request.

New Orleans Democratic Mayor Mitch Landrieu, the brother of former Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA), said that he would not be attending the scheduled meeting at the White House to discuss infrastructure because of the letter.

SOURCE: Weasel Zippers 

Wall Street Whistleblower: Clinton Fou ndation Is The ‘Largest Charitable Fraud in American History’


Former investment banker and self-styled Wall Street whistleblower Charles Ortel is one of the foremost experts on Clinton Foundation corruption. According to Ortel, “examination of available facts demonstrates the Clinton Foundation and its network of false-front charity “initiatives” and affiliates remains the largest set of unprosecuted charitable frauds in American history.”

Everything from the charity’s structure to pay-to-play schemes in relation to the ill-fatted Russia “reset,” tell a tale of corruption and cronyism that would make Al Capone blush.

Charles Ortel writes in Lifezette:

In a sad sense, international charities are perfect vehicles for such questionable activities. After all, who can check effectively how much money is in truth raised and where discrete portions of these revenues are disbursed in far-flung corners of the world?

Meanwhile, international charity also provides cover to disguise payoffs that might unlock mining and energy concessions, telecommunications and other licenses, and largesse (grants and subsidized loans, for example) from multilateral organizations, including the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation, among others.

What really was happening with the Russia “reset” starting in 2009? Large contributions to political campaigns come with strings attached.

Evidence already in the public domain shows that certain Russians found common cause with green investors, as Peter Schweizer’s work for the Government Accountability Institute explained in “From Russia with Money: Hillary Clinton, the Russian Reset, and Cronyism.” […]

To the consternation of many, the U.S. announced in September 2009 that it would abandon plans to provide a missile defense shield to Poland and other Eastern Europe nations. […]

Starting in July 2016, the Dallas office of the IRS finally began an investigation into Clinton Foundation public filings, prodded by Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and other congressional Republicans.

Missing disclosures concerning donations from foreign governments, and other glaring discrepancies, should have been resolved and should have triggered payment of substantial fines, penalties, and interest to government treasuries long ago.

According to recent reports, the FBI is investigating millions of “mishandled taxpayer” dollars funneled to the dubious non-profit from Australian taxpayers.

The FBI has asked retired Australian policeman-turned investigative journalist, Michael Smith, to provide information he has gathered detailing multiple allegations of the Clinton Foundation receiving tens of millions of mishandled taxpayer funds, according to LifeZette.

“I have been asked to provide the FBI with further and better particulars about allegations regarding improper donations to the CF funded by Australian taxpayers,” Smith told LifeZette.

Of note, the Clinton Foundation received some $88 million from Australian taxpayers between 2006 and 2014, reaching its peak in 2012-2013 – which was coincidentally (we’re sure) Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s last year in office.

The news comes amid a recent report by The Hill’s John Solomon alleging the FBI is launching a new investigation into the Clinton Foundation. Is this the probe Solomon was referring to?

As The Gateway Pundit‘s Cristina Laila reports, one witness, who spoke on the condition of anonymity has already been interviewed by the FBI. The witness described the interview to The Hill as “extremely professional and unquestionably thorough” and focused on questions about whether donors to Clinton charitable efforts received any favorable treatment from the Obama administration on a policy decision.

One report after another from various media outlets have shown strange coincidences involving the Clinton Foundation.

The Clinton Foundation would receive huge donations from donor X only to have donor X magically get favorable decisions by Hillary Clinton’s State Department around the same time.

BleachBit Creator, Ex-FBI Experts Question ‘Loss’ Of Strzok-Page Texts


They may be recoverable if an active effort is made to get them. Word is the IG is investigating the ‘loss.’

Via Washington Examiner:

Computer forensics experts are questioning the supposed loss of five months of text messages between two FBI officials who privately disparaged President Trump before helping investigate his campaign’s possible links to Russia.

Some experts say the messages, sent during a turbulent period between Dec. 14, 2016, to May 17, 2017, may not be gone forever.

The missing messages between Peter Strzok, a senior FBI official, and alleged mistress Lisa Page immediately precede special counsel Robert Mueller’s May 17 appointment to investigate Russia’s role in the 2016 election. Strzok was taken off Mueller’s team in August after discovery of his messages with Page, who previously left Mueller’s team.

“The loss of these text messages is an unbelievable coincidence – literally,” a House Intelligence Committee source told the Washington Examiner.

A one-paragraph official explanation offers little clarity on what happened, and the FBI declined to comment on the physical whereabouts of the couple’s government-issued Samsung Galaxy S5 devices or whether additional forensic recovery steps are being taken.

Some experts say, however, that it may be possible to recover the missing communications.

“A sharp digital forensic expert may still be able to recover them,” said Andrew Ziem, creator of BleachBit, the software that Hillary Clinton subordinates used to clear information from her private server. “In general whenever any software deletes any information, traces are left on the storage device, though they become disorganized like the proverbial needle in the haystack.”

Ziem said that “success requires physical access to at least one of the unlocked devices, and it depends whether the messages were accidentally or intentionally erased, as well as other factors. As the device is used over time, the chances of accidental overwriting become more likely, and because so much time has passed since the critical period in the Strzok-Page case, success is not likely. On the other hand, individual text messages are small, so maybe a few survived.”

Investigators “may be able to recover deleted text messages from the cellphones used by the parties,” agreed Dennis Williams, a ‎partner at ‎Pathway Forensics LLC who worked three decades with the FBI, including as director of the Greater Houston Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory.

Don Vilfer, a former supervisory special agent at the FBI who leads the computer forensics division at VAND Group LLC, said “we often find the messages in other locations such as on a local computer drive as a backup or on cloud storage.”

“If the users were using the Google cloud as a backup, messages could be found there. If the phone had been synced with the FBI desktop computer, or even a home computer, the messages could also be located on those devices. If the old phones are available, forensic exams of those phones could also recover the messages,” Vilfer said. “The particular FBI employees of interest in this case had texted that they would be using an alternative messaging system, iMessage. This is on the Apple platform and would come with similar sources of possible backups—iCloud, their personal iPhone or Macs etc. I suspect that is where some real meat might be as it relates to their discussions.”

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CNN’s Legal Analyst Makes Excuses For FBI After Strzok-Page Text Messages Go Missing [VIDEO



CNN’s legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin tried to downplay former FBI Agent Peter Strzok’s anti-Trump bias, and said his text messages with FBI lawyer Lisa Page were no big deal on “CNN Newsroom” Tuesday.

Host Poppy Harlow put several text messages between Strzok and Page on the screen that discussed the 2016 presidential election and disparaged then-candidate Donald Trump.

“So what? What does that tell you?” Toobin asked, shrugging off the controversy. “I mean, yes, the fact that this investigation was going on in the middle of a presidential campaign, everybody knew that. Obviously, they had to resolve it. This idea that FBI agents can’t acknowledge what’s going on in the real world. I read those text messages and I think, so what?”

Special counsel Robert Mueller dismissed Strzok, the former deputy to the assistant director of counterintelligence, his legal team investigating Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election for texting anti-Trump sentiments with Page. Strzok was having an extramarital affair with Page.

Strzok also changed then-FBI Director James Comey’s report on Hillary Clinton to say she was “extremely careless” instead of “grossly negligent” with her private email server.

BREAKING: FIVE MONTHS Worth of Peter Strzok Text Messages GO MISSING – FBI Cites Mystery “Glitch”



In yet another twist to the Peter Strzok saga, the FBI failed to hand over a block of the agent’s text messages because they have gone missing.

But the department also said in a letter to lawmakers that its record of messages sent to and from the agent, Peter Strzok, was incomplete because the FBI, for technical reasons, had been unable to preserve and retrieve about five months’ worth of communications. New text messages highlighted in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray by Sen. Ron Johnson, the Republican chairman of the Senate’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, are from the spring and summer of 2016 and involve discussion of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. They reference Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s decision to accept the FBI’s conclusion in that case and a draft statement that former FBI Director James Comey had prepared in anticipation of closing out the Clinton investigation without criminal charges.
According to The Hill’s John Solomon, newly obtained text messages between Strzok and Bureau lawyer Lisa Page demonstrate more anti-Trump bias at the agency than previously known.
The FBI agent, once a fixture of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, told Page that he enjoyed seeing then Fox News host Megyn Kelly “going after,” Trump during the debates.

Solomon reports:

When the two shared a National Public Radio article on the opening of Trump’s new hotel in Washington, the two could barely contain their disdain.

“That’s one place I hope I never stay in,” Page wrote.

Strzok replied. “Agreed. I hope it fails horribly.”

Occasionally the two also opined about the media in general. Strzok, for instance, called a New York Post article about agents unhappy with the outcome of the Clinton email case “stupid,” and referred to Fox anchor Chris Wallace as a “turd.”

After one of the presidential debates, Strzok also had an observation about then-Fox anchor and current NBC anchor Megyn Kelly. “Vaguely satisfying to see Megyn Kelly (who had Botox and looks HORRIBLE) utterly going after Trump,” he texted.

Last month, Fox News published a portion of the approximately 10,000 texts messages sent between FBI agent Peter Strzok and lawyer Lisa Page. Among the messages is an exchange revealing Strzok and Page discussed an ‘insurance policy,’ against a Trump presidency.

Least we forget Page sent a text to Strzok stating, ‘Trump should go f*ck himself’.

MUST SEE VIDEO=> Former Federal Prosecutor Details “Brazen Plot” by FBI and DOJ to Exonerate Hillary and “Frame” Donald Trump


According to an interview with the Daily Caller, a former federal prosecutor says the truth is starting to seep out about the Obama Administration’s “brazen plot to exonerate Hillary Clinton” and “frame an incoming president with a false Russian conspiracy.” –

Joe diGenova, a former federal prosecutor, connects the dots on former Obama administration Justice Department and FBI officials who may have “violated the law, perhaps committed crimes” to politicize law enforcement and surveillance against political opponents. He says former FBI Director James Comey conducted a fake criminal investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as they “followed none of the regular rules, gave her every break in the book, immunized all kinds of people, allowed the destruction of evidence, with no grand jury, no subpoenas, no search warrants. That’s not an investigation. That’s a Potemkin village. It’s a farce.”

DiGenova condemned the FBI for working so closely with the controversial Fusion GPS, a political hit squad paid by the DNC and Clinton campaign to create and spread the discredited Steele dossier about President Donald Trump. Without a justifiable law enforcement or national security reason, he says, the FBI “created false facts so that they could get surveillance warrants. Those are all crimes.” He adds, using official FISA-702 “queries” and surveillance was done “to create a false case against a candidate, and then a president.” In this highly detailed video interview, he holds up an unreported April 2017 99-page FISA court opinion that “describes systematic and on-going violations of the law [by the FBI and their contractors using unauthorized disclosures of raw intelligence on Americans]. This is stunning stuff.” DiGenova thinks Fusion GPS and Crowdstrike, the DNC’s private security firm, were among the redacted contractors of the FBI.

DeGenova states –

People that were senior career civil servants violated the law, perhaps committed crimes, and covered up crimes by a Presidential candidate [Hillary]. But more than that, they tried to frame an incoming President with a false Russian conspiracy that never existed and they knew it and they plotted to ruin him as a candidate and then destroy him as a President. That’s why this is important. That’s why connecting the dots is important, because the FBI now has to be completely reconstructed from the ground up.”

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House Republicans Working On Getting Damning Memo Released


This is the one the Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff is quaking about and voted against releasing.

Via Fox News:

House Republicans are hopeful that a four-page memo allegedly containing “jaw-dropping” revelations about U.S. government surveillance abuses will soon be made public.

Rep. Dave Joyce, a Republican from Ohio, told Fox News on Monday that the intelligence committee plans to work on releasing the document but warned that once Americans see it, they’ll “be surprised how bad it is.”

The process of releasing the memo could take up to 19 congressional working days which puts its release around mid-March. The document’s release would first need approval from House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., who can decide to bring the committee back together for a vote. If the majority of the committee votes to release the memo, it would then be up to President Trump.

If he says yes, the memo can be released.

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These hats will become the symbol of the Democrat Party for the mid-terms and beyond.

To order yours, call; Nancy Pelosi, Chuckie Schumer, Dickie Durbin, John Lewis, Maxine Waters, Tom Perez, Keith Ellison, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren or the DNC.

Rep. Jim Jordan is FED UP, Demands Second Special Counsel After FBI Loses Peter Strzok’s Text Messages




Additional text messages sent and received by disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok have been handed over to Congress, reports the Associated Press.

In yet another twist to the Strzok saga, the FBI failed to hand over a block of the agent’s text messages because they have gone missing.
AP reports:

But the department also said in a letter to lawmakers that its record of messages sent to and from the agent, Peter Strzok, was incomplete because the FBI, for technical reasons, had been unable to preserve and retrieve about five months’ worth of communications. New text messages highlighted in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray by Sen. Ron Johnson, the Republican chairman of the Senate’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, are from the spring and summer of 2016 and involve discussion of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. They reference Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s decision to accept the FBI’s conclusion in that case and a draft statement that former FBI Director James Comey had prepared in anticipation of closing out the Clinton investigation without criminal charges.
Following reports of the FBI’s mystery “glitch,” Rep. Jordan Jordan (R-OH) is renewing his call for a second special counsel to investigate the former Mueller team member.

“First the IRS destroyed emails pivotal to our investigation of their political targeting. Now the FBI “failed to preserve” texts between Peter Strzok & Lisa Page following the ’16 election. The time for a second special counsel is now,” tweeted the Ohio lawmaker.

This isn’t the first time Jordan has publicly suggested a second counsel be appointed.

Appearing before the House Judiciary Committee on December 13th, 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was grilled by Jordan in relation to Strzok’s role in both the Hillary Clinton email investigation and Mueller-Russia probe.

“This is unbelievable,” Jordan lamented to Rosenstein, demanding to know what “fact pattern” would be required for a second special counsel to be appointed.

“I think the public trust in this whole thing is gone,” Jordan asserted.



SOURCE: The Gateway Pundit