Skip to comments.DeepClips for Dec 14: Giuliani smiling; Virginia tensions; Dem switches; WTO neutered, Army-Navy game
Posted on 12/14/2019 4:59:54 PM PST by MassMinuteman
Rudy Giuliani Can Barely Contain Himself Over His Ukraine Findings, Media Scrambles
For the past several weeks, the personal attorney to President Trump has been in Ukraine, interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence to shed light on what the Bidens were up to during the Obama years, and get to the bottom of
DOJ Refuses To Release Records On Imran Awan, Citing Technical Difficulties And A Secret Case
The Department of Justice is withholding documents about the Imran Awan cybersecurity scandal by saying there is an ongoing, secret case related to matter, according to court papers. Judicial Watch has filed an official
Justice Dept. Official and Liaison to Special Counsel to Step Down
WASHINGTON The primary liaison between the Justice Department and the special counsels office is set to step down at the end of the month, after helping oversee the departments most consequential and controversial investigation in a generation.
House Democrats pass farm bill aimed at granting amnesty to illegal aliens
House Democrats pass a bill that could grant amnesty to millions of illegal alien farm workers, despite opposition from Republicans. One America's Pearson Sharp breaks down the bill as President Trump remains silent on whether or not he will veto
Congressman Suggests National Guard Could Enforce Gun Laws in Virginia
A member of Congress suggested that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam could activate the states National Guard and use it to enforce recent gun control measures after a number of counties declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries.
Barrett, Rogers consider declassifying large amounts of information about secretive space programs
SIMI VALLEY, California The U.S. Air Forces top civilian and a key member of Congress agreed Saturday on the need to declassify a large amount of information about Americas military space programs to both intimidate foes and encourage support
New Orleans government targeted by cyberattack
NEW ORLEANS Computer systems owned by New Orleans city government were shut down Friday afternoon after engineers detected unwanted cyber activity. New Orleans Communications Director Beau Tidwell said the intrusion was discovered around 11 a.m. Friday.
U.S. prosecutor calls on UAW to cooperate, federal takeover an option
DETROIT (Reuters) - The U.S. Attorney leading the investigation of corruption within the United Auto Workers (UAW) told Reuters on Friday the unions leadership still is not fully cooperating with the government, but that individuals are giving federal investigators tips
American Samoans' Citizenship Status Still In Limbo After Judge Issues Stay
After ruling on Thursday that anyone born in American Samoa should be recognized as a U.S. citizen, the same judge on Friday decided to put the order on hold until the issue is resolved on appeal.
NYPost Names Alleged 'Whistleblower,' Demands Answers on Hunter Biden
The New York Post named the suspected whistleblower Eric Ciaramella in a column published by the newspapers editorial board and called for the partisan CIA analyst to answer questions about his knowledge regarding allegations of corruptions
Bozell & Graham Column: Devin Nunes, Mocked for Being Right
A few weeks back on Life, Liberty & Levin, Rep. Devin Nunes boasted about his memo on FISA abuse: And what we really find out now? Everything that we said at that time was 100 percent accurate. Everything that the
The IG Report on FBI Spying Reveals a Scandal of Historic Magnitude: Not Only for the FBI but Also the Media
JUST AS WAS TRUE when the Mueller investigation closed without a single American being charged with criminally conspiring with Russia over the 2016 election, Wednesdays issuance of the long-waited report from the Department of Justices Inspector General reveals that years
Horowitz report spotlights little-known FBI agent's role in Russia probe, Flynn case
Inspector General Michael Horowitz's long-awaited report this week on FBI and Justice Department surveillance abuses does not provide the name of an unidentified FBI supervisory special agent (SSA) who made a series of apparent oversights in the bureau's so-called "Crossfire
Detroit Sued Over Voter Roll Irregularities, Including Thousands of Deceased Registered to Vote
The city of Detroit has been hit with a lawsuit alleging numerous voter registration irregularities including thousands of dead people on its voter rolls, according to a complaint. According to a Federal lawsuit filed
Trump District Democrat Ripped By Constituents: If She Votes For Impeachment, Shes Screwed
Constituents ripped Kendra Horn Sunday, saying Democrats focus too much on impeachment and too little on improving the lives of Americans. pic.twitter.com/97NvLGxMuj Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 14, 2019
Democratic impeachment holdout Jeff Van Drew planning to switch parties
Rep. Jeff Van Drew, a moderate Democrat who is strongly opposed to impeaching President Donald Trump, is expected to switch parties and become a Republican, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation. BREAKING:
President Donald Trump receives rousing welcome from crowd at 120th Army-Navy game
HILADELPHIA President Donald Trump participated in the coin toss at the 120th Army-Navy football game at Lincoln Financial Field to a round of applause from the crowd Saturday. The president stood on the field with representatives from both
NEUTERED: Trump Shuts Down WTO Appeals Court, Sending EU, China Scrambling For 'Plan B'
Axios certainly has the best intro to todays bombshell development: Internationalists have always dreamed of a court with jurisdiction over all the countries of the world. In 1995, the World Trade Organization was created allowing the worlds countries to
Dershowitz: SCOTUS 'Just Crippled the Second House Impeachment Charge Against Trump'
President Trump received an unexpected and well-deserved win today. The Supreme Court agreed to review three cases related to subpoenas issued by the House Oversight and Financial committees and New York State prosecutors for the Presidents financial records.
The Supreme Court Will Hear President Trumps Bid To Shield Financial Records
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether President Donald Trump may resist subpoenas for his accounting and tax records, teeing up a major decision on presidential immunity and Trumps opaque finances ahead of the 2020 election.
Greece To Help Tripoli 'Block Turkish Ships' As Libyan War Spills Into Mediterranean
The years-long war for post-Gaddafi Libya now threatens to spill over into the Mediterranean as Turkey and Greece line up on either side of the conflict. Each side is now threatening the others' allied ships in southern waters after a
so this is the start of Democrats using the Military against citizens
This is really nice, thanks for posting.
a clip to add when it gets posted online:
Jesse Watters/Fox just had John Solomon & Gregg Jarrett lay out how ALL the FBI & media bias went one way - against President Trump.
Watters followed with Howard Kurtz who, when asked about the bias, immediately mis-quoted the IG report - in exactly the same way as the entire FakeNewsMSM - by saying the IG found no FBI bias!
Kurtz also tried twice to frame what Watters said as being “your side”.
these two segments need to be on a single youtube. Kurtz should quit or be fired.
Good report on Giuliani. I look forward to the documentary.
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