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House Committee FISA Memo - Released: February 2, 2018 (pdf)

June 24, 2018:

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June 20, 2018:

  Corruption in Government

  • Bob Webster (Editor, Publisher, WEBCommentary)

    "Lock Her Up!"
    Whatever happened to the Trump campaign pledge to see that justice was applied to Hillary Rodham Clinton's acts of espionage?
    The facts are incontrovertible. Former FBI Director James Comey recited a litany of criminal acts of espionage committed by Hillary Rodham Clinton while she was Secretary of State during Barack Obama's first term. Yet Comey claimed she couldn't be prosecuted for those crimes. But that decision was not his to make, and, indeed, he had no power to usurp that decision from the Department of Justice. So why hasn't the Department of Justice under President Trump moved the evidence to a Grand Jury for indictment?
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