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FRONT PAGE  |  6/19/2019
Choice News TUESDAY, FEB 6, 2018  |  14 comments
'Worst government abuse scandal in a generation'

Does the controversial memo released by the House Intelligence Committee Friday claiming the Justice Department used the infamous unverified “dossier” to obtain permission from a top-secret court to spy on a Trump campaign adviser have any relationship to Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation of alleged Russia-Trump campaign collusion?

That’s the belief of the Washington watchdog organization Judicial Watch, which has filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit seeking all of the documents the Justice Department and the FBI submitted to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court “related to alleged collusion between Russia and Trump campaign associates.”

Judicial Watch, calling it possibly “the worst government abuse scandal in a generation,” said the Nunes memo “makes a compelling case that the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) court was misled and severely abused by top ...

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News Item2/9/18 6:25 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Tiny Tim, you should like this other article by a Tim😂

Tim Mak wrote:
"These are not networks that are necessarily always traditional propaganda. ... A lot of it is just trying to rip apart Americans, to sow chaos within our political system, to pit Americans of both parties against each other," said Jamie Fly, a director for the Alliance for Securing Democracy and a former foreign policy aide for Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. "And so a lot of the issues that we see these networks push are actually part of our day-to-day domestic political debates and often have nothing to do with foreign policy."

There has also been a massive increase in the amount of chatter that promotes mistrust of American institutions, especially the idea of an American "deep state," the idea that there is a conspiracy of government officials working to undercut the president.

--[URL=]]] (Tracking Shows Russian Meddling Efforts Evolving Ahead Of 2018 Midterms)[/URL]

Apparently one has to keep track of who is actually saying what?


News Item2/8/18 6:03 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
If a liberal nitwit--oops, didn't mean to be redundant--accused President Trump of collusion with Martians, Jiminy Clickit would find a hundred links "proving" the story was true.

News Item2/8/18 12:16 PM
that would be because  Find all comments by that would be because
Jim Lincoln wrote:
--[URL=]]] (GOP memo does not clear Trump of wrongdoing: Chris Christie)[/URL] ❗
There is no wrong doing by Trump and his staff. The dossier is a totally made up false fabrication.

News Item2/8/18 10:48 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
ABC News Radio wrote:
Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie said Wednesday that the controversial memo prepared by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes does not clear President Donald Trump or anyone on his staff of wrongdoing,... [ ]
--[URL=]]] (GOP memo does not clear Trump of wrongdoing: Chris Christie)[/URL] ❗

News Item2/7/18 5:17 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Karoun Demirjian and Devlin Barrett wrote:
The House Intelligence Committee voted unanimously Monday to release a Democratic rebuttal to GOP accusations that the FBI misled a secret surveillance court. President Trump now has five days to decide whether the information will become public.

The vote means the political rancor roiling Congress is likely to continue. Each party has accused the other of misrepresenting sensitive intelligence surrounding the ongoing probe into whether any Trump associates coordinated with Russia to interfere in the 2016 presidential election....

...The panel’s senior Democrat, Rep. Adam B. Schiff (Calif.), announced the vote results, saying Republican attacks on the Justice Department and the FBI show desperation on the part of the president’s defenders....

--[URL=]]] (House panel clears release of Democrats’ rebuttal to GOP memo, forcing showdown with Trump)[/URL]

It will probably take the Mueller investigation to clear things up. 👍


News Item2/7/18 2:48 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Chris Cillizza wrote:
Trump's total lack of commitment to facts as President is a continuation of the trend from the 2016 presidential race. In that contest, 59 of the 92 Trump statements that the [URL=]]] Post fact-checked were found to be totally and completely false. That's roughly two thirds (64%)[/URL]. [ ] By comparison, seven of the 49 fact-checked statements by Hillary Clinton were found by the Post to be totally and completely false. That's just more than one in 10 (14%)....

Trump has normalized lots and lots of behavior that would have been unheard of from any past President. (The New York Times' Peter Baker wrote brilliantly about Trump's total disregard for being "presidential" [URL=]]] here[/URL].) [ ] [ ]
But nothing is more important -- and more damaging to the long-term fabric of society -- than Trump's willingness to just say (and say and say and say and say) things that aren't true. And that he knows aren't true. [ ]

--[URL=]]] (347 days. 1,950 misleading or outright false claims. 1 Donald Trump.)[/URL]

News Item2/6/18 4:29 PM
Wayfarer Pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer Pilgrim
We already knew that the IRS was politicized by the Obama administration, so yes, the FBI were also. If you have any conversation with a federal poludicrat , they believe we serve them and our money is theirs. And elected politicians are just window dressing between them (the feds) and the knuckle draggers. ( us).

News Item2/6/18 2:06 PM
Steve Doring | Tampa, FL  Find all comments by Steve Doring
It's no scandal if you think the FBI has every right in the world to investigate any conservative group, and the IRS has the right to stop any conservative group from fund raising.

News Item2/6/18 12:49 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Of course the White House now is known as the home of the Whopper 🍔 that is when boss Trump is there and not on the golf course!
Glenn Kessler and Meg Kelly wrote:
After a year in office, President Trump has made 2,140 false or misleading claims and flip-flops. He now averages 5.9 per day....

When we started this project, originally aimed at the president’s first 100 days, he averaged 4.9 claims a day. At that pace, it appeared unlikely the president would break 2,000 in a year. But the longer the president has been in the job, the more frequently he touts an assortment of exaggerated, dubious or false claims. [URL=]]](Our full interactive graphic can be found here.)[/URL] [ ]....

--[URL=]]] (President Trump has made more than 2,000 false or misleading claims over 355 days)[/URL]

Even the most fanatical Trump supporter should realize by now that everything he says has to be double-checked with another source!

Now, if you are not a fanatical Trump supporter, you will appreciate this. [URL=]]] (Robert Reich (Trump’s 10 Steps...[/URL].


News Item2/6/18 10:37 AM
fake news  Find all comments by fake news
Jim wants more Democratic deception and penned says that the policy that was abused to surveil Trump is only there because of a John MacArthur's Larry King live appearance.


News Item2/6/18 9:07 AM
penned  Find all comments by penned
this began with the fauz irq war patriot act.

they were given surveillance state in the name of "fighting terrorism"

see the monolithic nsa center, think its in Utah

every transaction of every american saved.

what we see now is a congress that can be absolutely surveilled by the dark state.

thanks to john macarthur for going on larry king live and saying we must give trust to bush for the invasion

irq Christians left in diaspora and american Christians under surveillance...

how can we be surprised the degenerate o admin abused such surveillance?

what is the scandal?


News Item2/6/18 8:10 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
That memo incriminates the Democrats.

News Item2/6/18 4:22 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
ABC News Radio wrote:

Democrats say the document is a point-by-point rebuttal of the memo declassified by President Trump last week that alleged abuses of government surveillance powers at the FBI and Justice Department in their efforts to obtain court approval to gather intelligence on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page....

--[URL=]]] (House Intel committee votes to release counter memo...)[/URL]👍

News Item2/6/18 12:33 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
The Hill wrote:
Does @RepAdamSchiff believe @DevinNunes’ staff worked with the White House on the House GOP memo? He tells @GStephanopoulos “I think it’s very possible his staff worked with the White House and coordinated the whole effort with the White House.” — This Week (@ThisWeekABC) February 4, 2018

Schiff said on Sunday Trump’s use of the memo “could be evidence of the president’s intent to interfere with the investigation” into Russia's election meddling and possible collusion between Trump's campaign and Moscow.

--[URL=]]] (Schiff: 'Very possible' Nunes's staff worked with White House on memo)[/URL]

Look at this one also
[URL=]]] (In 365 days, President Trump has made 2,140 false or misleading claims)[/URL]

There are other articles in the above URL about Trump's Russian problems.

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