We only get Senate one hero per hearing it seems... it just wasn't Opie's day like last Thursday! In the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Republican Senator Tom Cotton illustrated the Liberal lunacy with this Russian Fairy Stories in his tongue and cheek questioning. In the most eloquent, straight-face manner, he exposed the witch hunt going on by his Democrat (and some Republican) colleagues on the committee. The following is the infamous video of Cotton's call out. Sen. Tom Cotton mocks committee questioning: "Do you like Jason Borne or James Bond movies?" https://t.co/l3hiUHF2dJ — Daniella Díaz (@DaniellaMicaela) June 13, 2017 As we know, Cotton is no stranger to being scrappy with his Democrat counterpoint. Remember his snarky remar
After listening to the nonsensical blabber of James Comey on the Hill last Thursday, one question comes to mind that many have yet to utter.... Was this the one and only time Comey leaked to the Media? While our polls are still going on Twitter, it seems a majority (95%) of the people believe this is not Comey's first and only time leaking. It would seem in the months January to current, one would wonder after his startling admission to the Senate Intelligence Committee, it would seem the leaks could largely be coming from the former FBI Director himself. There was too much evidence to indicate his involvement, whether he himself leaked or like he claimed got an intermediary to work on his behalf. Sen. Marco Rubio (FL-R) made an excellent observation that while many leaks ...
Just when you think things aren't vapid enough, along comes news that some publisher has offered Big Jim a publishing deal worth $10 million smackaroos? The question here, folks, is why? The once-legal eagle's reputation is severely tarnished and his credibility is shot, so what does this publisher expect to gain? We're not talking about a real story filled with intrigue and suspense. It'll be more like a weakling's inability to serve for even half his allotted term in the Bureau. By law, former FBI Director James Comey will not be able to talk about ninety percent of most of the investigations regarding Hillary and given there were no investigations on President Trump, what are we to expect from such a book? Redacted page after redacted page of nothingness? Even if he does write, al...
For those who read our review of Guilty as Sin by former DNC insider, Edward Klein, you know all the issues with the FBI Agents after former director James Comey’s audaciously atrocious press conference on July 5, 2016 regarding Hillary Clinton’s E-Mail Server investigation. Many reports within the book and other sources verified the Agents were stridently divided due to the division in opinions regarding his actions. There were over 200 resignations on his desk, waiting for his signature for agents who sought to move on due to their staunch protest over an unjust conclusion to their work and efforts. Even if they did continue to work with him, often they refused to speak when Comey would address them; expressing their disrespect for his handling of the case. To this day, it is not k
Sometime the most obvious is the hardest thing to find... Yesterday, the release of James Comey's opening statements proved to be trove of information kept hidden from Americans needlessly, thus causing Donald Trump's presidency to begin under a dark cloud of suspicion and doubt. Not only was this a disservice to him, it was always a grave injustice for the millions who voted for him. In this article, you are provided evidence of one of many discrepancies lurking in Comey's statements that you will find most troubling. It proves that even in this dark hour in his career, Comey doubles down on fiction under the guise of feigned, self-proclaimed integrity and honor. On February 14, 2017, Comey, in an Agatha Christie styling, tells of his meeting with the President which says, ma
True to form, early this morning, Trump announced through Twitter, his pick for FBI Director is Christopher A. Wray. Wray is no stranger to the Department of Justice - working there from 2003-2005. However, its his vigilance in going after RICO violators. A far cry from James Comey and his dubious ties to the Clintons and other nefarious actors within our government, we can hope there's some good things to come from a new FBI under his management. I will be nominating Christopher A. Wray, a man of impeccable credentials, to be the new Director of the FBI. Details to follow. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 7, 2017 The Facts... Born in 1967, he got both his undergraduate and JD from Yale (1989/1992 respectively). He was executive editor of the Yale Law Review whil
Is she the only one or is there a whole lot more? Media has doxed this millennial (25 year old) NSA contractor, Leigh Winner but some things you need to think about that just don't make any sense. First, everyone I've ever known with any kind of clearance have had regular reviews to continue their clearance. This also includes their spouses as well, even when the spouse doesn't hold a clearance. Also, in these clearance re-certifications, anything that shows you do not support America is a red flag which causes immediate dismissal. Bad mouthing the President of the United States is one of those things which quickly engages internal investigations at the Office of Inspector General (OIG). Therefore, how did Winner slip through those cracks when she's working for the Intel Communi
It came rather unceremoniously and without any Hollywood climax. The plot has unfolded on us for months but while we believed President Trump would end his tenure upon taking office in January, former FBI Director James Comey was kept on, in spite of many from both sides calling for his resignation. By all accounts, on the rare moments we witnessed any interaction between him and the President, it seemed there was a distant, yet jovial facade; however, through some clandestine tweets yesterday from the President, we could see some cracks in the china. We just didn't think it would crumble quite this fast. I remember the July 5th press conference as if it were yesterday. The searing indictment of Hillary Clinton and her mishandling of top secret information on her home-brewed server in a
The other day during Comey's hearing, Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) mentioned Watergate and attempted to ask FBI Director James Comey to explain whether or not he knew about the incident in our presidential history. Unfortunately, Schiff proved he didn't even understand what happened during the early 70s in the White House and how it was a criminal act. In fact, it seems Democrats who engage in these actions are seemingly ignorant of what really went down. It's a pity Hillary Clinton was too busy destroying evidence when she worked on the investigation, rather than understand what went on and how it led to Richard Nixon's resignation. A Matter of Political Espionage... Yes, the Plumbers - created by the Nixon Administration financed by the Committee to Re-elect the President, con...
It was a bad day on the Hill for James Comey... With all the issues surfacing over FISA, wiretaps and illegal surveillance, Congress decided to hold yet another James Comey hearing last Monday (March 20th 2017) to get answers. Along with National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers, Comey spun and spun, much like he did during the two public hearings on Hillary Clinton's email investigation fiasco, which sadly lost the director any credibility in the eyes of the public. The Federal Bureau of Investigations has been a highly revered agency in the past; a go-to for most Americans to keep us safe and bring criminals to justice. However, with Comey at the helm, it seems that if you are a Liberal politician, you get major cover as we saw with Clinton's big pass after violating the Es
Last week marked a tumultuous week for the press and President Donald Trump. It started with the fake stories about Russian connections (the old new news) and ended with a tweet, stating the President wouldn't be attending the annual White House Correspondents Dinner. I will not be attending the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner this year. Please wish everyone well and have a great evening! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 25, 2017 Of course, many anti-Trumpers weighed in with snarky, crude remarks about him being a coward but I think they're missing the point. @realDonaldTrump WE have BETTER THINGS to do! Like TWEETING!" — Christoph Rehage (@crehage) February 26, 2017 Why should the President subject himself to an evening of what he puts up with