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Reprinted April 24th, 2020


We are getting more insight into the thinking of the corrupt FBI officials involved in the plot against Donald Trump – in particular what they knew and when they knew about the smear/leak operation using the shady “dossier.”

Our new understanding comes from 138 pages of emails between former FBI official Peter Strzok and former FBI attorney Lisa Page.

These include an email dated January 10, 2017, in which Strzok said that the version of the dossier published by BuzzFeed was “identical” to the version given to the FBI by McCain and had “differences” from the dossier provided to the FBI by Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson and Mother Jones reporter David Corn. January 10, 2017, is the same day BuzzFeed published the anti-Trump dossier by former British spy Christopher Steele.

The emails also show Strzok and other FBI agents mocking President Trump a few weeks before he was inaugurated. In addition, the emails reveal that Strzok communicated with then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe about the “leak investigation” tied to the Clinton Foundation (the very leak in which McCabe was later implicated).

We received the records in our January 2018 FOIA lawsuit filed after the DOJ failed to respond to a December 2017 request for all communications between Strzok and Page (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:18-cv-00154)).

The FBI has only processed the records at a rate of 500 pages per month and has refused to process text messages. At this rate, the production of these communications will not be completed until at least late 2021. The FBI is now using the coronavirus as an excuse to shut down the production of any further records.

On January 10, 2017, Strzok, under the subject “RE: Buzzfeed published some of the reports,” writes: “Our internet system is blocking the site. I have the pdf via iPhone, but it’s 25.6MB. Comparing now. The set is only identical to what [Sen. John] McCain had (it has differences from what was given to us by Corn and Simpson).”

Strzok sent the email to Page and several top-ranking FBI officials, including Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Assistant Director for the Counterintelligence Division Bill Priestap, Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence Jon Moffa, Assistant Director for Public Affairs Michael Kortan, General Counsel James Baker, and Director James Comey’s Chief of Staff James Rybicki.

Earlier, on January 10, 2017, BuzzFeedpublished a version of the dossier that Strzok said was “identical” to what McCain’s office had turned over to the FBI. Strzok sent the BuzzFeed-related email at 7:48 PM. At 8:23 PM on the same day, Strzok forwards to Page and several FBI officials an article by the UK outlet The Guardian titled “FBI chief given dossier by John McCain alleging secret Trump-Russia contacts.”

David Corn was one of Steele’s media contacts. Fusion GPS paid Steele, via funds from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Hillary Clinton’s campaign, to write the dossier. In testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee in August 2017, Simpson said he was not aware of any version of the Steele dossier being given to the FBI.

While acknowledging he had given the dossier to the FBI, McCain had denied being the source of the
dossier report. But court filings unsealed in March 2019 show the Arizona Republican senator and an associate had shared the dossier with several media outlets.

Former State Department official and McCain associate David Kramer said in a December 13, 2017, deposition that the dossier was given to him by Steele and he then provided it to journalists at outlets includingCNN, BuzzFeed and The Washington Post. The details were first reported by The Daily Caller.

The new records also include a December 22, 2016, email in which Strzok asks then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe if the FBI had opened a “leak investigation” into Clinton Foundation media reports. Strzok writes: “I received word via Jen that tomorrow morning Mike S [presumably Executive Assistant Director Michael Steinbach] wants to talk about whether we have opened a leak investigation into the publicity surrounding the C Foundation. He said he’d like to discuss, as the D [Director James Comey] ‘would like to do something.’ I need guidance as to how/if you’d like me to detail the media pull we conducted. As you may recall, we have not detailed that activity other than to you and Bill.” McCabe’s reply to Strzok is redacted.

McCabe was fired from the FBI in March 2018 for leaking to the media and lacking “candor.” A February 2018 DOJ inspector general report concluded “that McCabe’s disclosure of the existence of an ongoing investigation … violated the FBI’s and the Department’s media policy and constituted misconduct.” McCabe was referred for prosecution but the Justice Department declined.

The documents also include several emails in which Strzok forwards Russiagate-related news articles to Page and other FBI officials. On January 1, 2017, Strzok forwarded to Moffa and another unidentified official a New York Times article titled “Trump Promises Revelation on Hacking.” The article discusses President-elect Donald Trump’s skepticism about U.S. intelligence assessments of Russian hacking relating to the 2016 election. Strzok cut and pasted a quote from the article in which Trump said, “I don’t care what they say, no computer is safe. I have a boy who’s 10 years old; he can do anything with a computer. You want something to really go without detection, write it out and have it sent by courier.” The article mentions that Trump said new information would be coming out the following Tuesday. Strzok then says in his cover note, “I think the Tuesday surprise is all the stuff [redacted] told him during the CI [counterintelligence] briefing. He DID mention the stuff about his son and the computer password …” A redacted FBI agent replies to Strzok, but the reply is also redacted. Another FBI agent then responds, “To be accurate he called it a code word not a password. Ha!” Strzok replies, “Funnies.”

On December 15, 2016, Strzok forwards to Page an article from the Daily Mail reporting that a former British diplomat, Craig Murray, claimed to have received emails that were stolen from the DNC and John Podesta. Murray said he received the emails near the grounds of American University in Washington, DC. The article says the emails were from an inside DNC source, not Russians. Strzok writes in his cover note to Page, “Shaddy sh*t at AU…;)”.

On December 21, 2016, Strzok forwards to Page a link to a Defense One article about Russian efforts to interfere in the U.S. presidential election. Strzok cut and pasted a quote from former Acting CIA Director Michael Morell in which Morell says, “To me, and this is to me not an overstatement, this is the political equivalent of 9/11.”

On December 26, 2016, Strzok forwards to Moffa and an unidentified Washington Field Office agent a Bloomberg article titled “Trump Aide Partnered with Firm Run by Man with Alleged KGB Ties.” The article reports that Trump adviser Gen. Michael Flynn, having partnered in 2016 with Subu Kota, a man who pleaded guilty in 1996 to selling stolen biotech material to an FBI agent posing as a Russian spy. Strzok forwards the article to Page, saying, “See, look, I’m sharing… ;)”

On January 4, 2017, Strzok forwards to Page a 14-page white paper by the Capital Research Center entitled “Conducting Foreign Relations Without Authority: The Logan Act.” He had previously sent the same file to Office of General Counsel attorney Trisha Anderson and to Priestap.

In a January 4, 2017, email thread a redacted official in the FBI’s Operational Technology Division emails Strzok and Page: “The AD [Assistant Director] of Cyber is apparently bringing up the idea of [redacted]. [Redacted] just messaged me after being pinged by SF [likely the FBI’s San Francisco office]. He asked why this was coming up again, and he wants to talk to me about it next week. Any recommendation on how to deal with this?” Pages replies, “Why don’t you let Pete or Bill or I reach out to the AD of Cyber to let him know how we got here [redacted]. It might then be worth [redacted].” The official responds, “Perfect. That works for me and you can mention that OTD brought it to you. My initial recommendation was for the AD to reach out to you two, but I can only assume that message did not reach him.”

On January 9, 2017, in an email with the subject line “USIC report,” [U.S. Intelligence Community] Strzok tells Page and a redacted official “Per D’s request on Friday, NYO received a single copy of the influence report from ODNI’s [redacted]; it is being maintained in the CD SAC’s safe for PEOTUS [president-elect of the United States]/senior staff.”

On January 10, 2017, Strzok emails Page, Moffa, Priestap and Jennifer Boone to say, “Per Rich [presumably Richard Quinn, formerly with the public affairs office], CNN to publish C material today between 4 and 5. Page replies: “We have lots of details from kortan [Asst Dir Michael Kortan of public affairs]. He will brief at the 3:45.” Strzok responds: “Can I maybe get a read out vis a vis relationship with Brits etc?”

The significance of these new emails is that Strzok and his Obama FBI colleagues knew almost immediately that McCain likely leaked the infamous dossier. The emails also show that senior FBI officials had contempt for President Trump and gossiped about its counterintelligence briefing to him. The FBI under Comey and McCabe was a train wreck and, given the ongoing cover-up of these docs, the agency hasn’t improved much.

This latest records release adds to the volume of material we’ve already uncovered on the Strzok/Page machinations. Here is some of our previous work in this area.

In February 2020, we uncovered an August 2016 email in which Strzok says that Clinton, in her interview with the FBI about her email controversy, apologized for “the work and effort” it caused the bureau and she said she chose to use it “out of convenience” and that “it proved to be anything but.” Strzok said Clinton’s apology and the “convenience” discussion were “not in” the FBI 302 report that summarized the interview.

Also in February, we made public Strzok-Page emails showing their direct involvement in the opening of Crossfire Hurricane, the bureau’s investigation of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. The records also show additional “confirmed classified emails” were found on Clinton’s unsecure non-state.gov email server “beyond the number presented” in then-FBI Director James Comey’s statements; Strzok and Page questioning the access the DOJ was granting Clinton’s lawyers; and Page revealing that the DOJ was making edits to FBI 302 reports related to the Clinton Midyear Exam investigation. The emails detail a discussion about “squashing” an issue related to the Seth Rich controversy.

In January 2020, we uncovered Strzok-Page emails that detail special accommodations given to the lawyers of Clinton and her aides during the FBI investigation of the Clinton email controversy.

In November 2019, we revealed Strzok-Page emails that show the attorney representing three of Clinton’s aides were given meetings with senior FBI officials.

Also in November, we uncovered emails revealing that after Clinton’s statement denying the transmission of classified information over her unsecure email system, Strzok sent an email to FBI officials citing “three [Clinton email] chains” containing (C) [classified] portion marks in front of paragraphs.”

The coup cabal’s house of cards is looking more fragile by the day, thanks in large measure to Judicial Watch.

Public Credits Trump More Than Obama for Booming Economy

The White House – February 19, 2020

“In the new fight between President Trump and former President Barack Obama over who did most for the economy, Gallup has an answer: Trump,” Paul Bedard reports for the Washington Examiner.
“A solid majority” of Americans, 61 percent, gave President Trump credit for the improving economy. A full 10 percent fewer said former President Obama deserves credit.
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America’s long-broken mental health system is “turning business districts into homeless camps, forcing police to run shadow mental-health systems, causing chaos for families of mentally ill adults, and driving up costs.” President Trump’s new budget proposes closing a crucial loophole—”the most important thing federal government could do to improve care for the seriously mentally ill,” D.J. Jaffe writes in The Wall Street Journal.   
MORE: “Donald Trump’s Fiscally Conservative Budgets”

“First Lady Melania Trump will be in Palm Beach Wednesday to accept a major honor. She has been named Palm Beach Atlantic University’s 2020 Woman of Distinction. She’s specifically being recognized for her contributions to the community and issues affecting children,” Victoria Lewis reports for WPTV.

Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice praised President Trump yesterday for pardoning Edward DeBartolo Jr., former owner of the San Francisco 49ers. “I take my hat off to Donald Trump for what he did,” Rice told reporters on the White House’s North Lawn. “Several former NFL players met with Trump on Tuesday, including Rice, Jim Brown, Ronnie Lott and Charles Haley,” Scott Gleeson reports in USA Today.

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FEBRUARY 14, 2020

Bravo to the Trump Justice Department

ITEM #1:  Far too often, those of us who stand up for the rule of law and for public safety against dangerous sanctuary policies are on defense over this issue — trying to mitigate the damage as the lawless left pushes its radical agenda on our states and local communities.

That’s why it’s so refreshing to see it when those who share our commitment to doing what’s right for our citizens … push back.

CBS News reports that:

“Attorney General William Barr announced that the Department of Justice is taking legal action against local and state governments from coast to coast over their sanctuary city policies. As part of the administration’s crackdown on illegal immigration, Barr announced lawsuits against the states of California and New Jersey and King County in Washington state.”

This is a much welcome and entirely laudable step by the Trump Justice Department. It is simply outrageous that any state or local government would prevent its law-enforcement agencies from working with the federal government to keep dangerous criminals off our streets.

Attorney General Barr hits the nail on the head in his explanation of what the effort to combat sanctuary policies is all about:

“When we are talking about sanctuary cities, we are talking about policies that are designed to allow criminal aliens to escape,” Barr said Monday in a speech to the nation’s sheriffs. “These policies are not about people who came to our country illegally but have otherwise been peaceful and productive members of society. Their express purpose is to shelter aliens whom local law enforcement has already arrested for other crimes. This is neither lawful nor sensible.”


It’s worth stressing here — and we cannot emphasize this enough — that this is an issue that’s entirely relevant here in the Silver State. As you no doubt recall, just last year Democrats pushed a bill that would have turned all of Nevada into a sanctuary state, but thanks to your support, we launched a robust public-relations effort that led to the bill being stopped in its tracks.

But make no mistake — the radical left-wing politicians who dominate our state government today WILL bring this back again in next year’s legislative session. We need to be ready to stop them once again.

ITEM #2: While Nancy Pelosi can continue saying that President Donald Trump will be “forever impeached,” the fact is he will actually be forever acquitted. And in typical Trump fashion, he’s wearing the verdict as a badge of honor rather than a Scarlet Letter.

Democrats who failed to catch the presidential road-runner yet again thought the President would at least have “learned his lesson” by the experience. But his fiery, day-after, post-impeachment gathering in the White House dashed those hopes.

That spirited victory lap speech elicited the usual griping and hand-wringing from Democrats and their allies in the “fake news” media. To which former game-show host Chuck Woolery observed:

“Media says, ‘We’ve never seen anything like this.’ I agree, we finally have someone, Trump, who will and does stand up for us. It’s why we elected him you dolts.”

Helping the President weather the storm and come out on top are Pelosi’s continuing unhinged antics. Pelosi, as you’ve no doubt heard, threw a temper-tantrum and ripped up Trump’s excellent State of the Union speech on camera immediately after its conclusion.

But it gets better.

Pelosi’s allies tried to get Facebook and Twitter to remove a video President Trump posted called “Powerful American Stories Ripped to Shreds by Nancy Pelosi,” which showed highlights of some of the incredible Americans the President recognized during his State of the Union address, followed by the disgusting but accurate footage of Pelosi tearing up the speech. (By the way, good for Facebook and Twitter for refusing to be bullied.)

The Democrats’ instinctive resorting to censorship is telling, isn’t it? They only expect positive news, and can’t stand getting exposed even in the slightest way.

About Pelosi, the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s editors may have put it best, observing: “Mr. Trump is so deep inside her head that she, too, can no longer control her impulses.”

ITEM #3:Even before the Democrats’ presidential choice is officially nominated, the enthusiasm gap between R and D voters is growing and growing.

For Republicans, enthusiasm for re-electing President Donald Trump is sky-high, as demonstrated by the positive response across party lines to his State of the Union address, polling, and his non-stop sold-out campaign rallies all over the country.

Democrats, on the other hand, are increasingly voicing frustration with the campaigns of their leading candidates, the party’s strategic blunder with the impeachment sham, and the disaster of the Iowa caucuses.  

This observation about caucus turnout numbers by The New York Times tells that tale:

“The leading campaigns were prepared for as many as 300,000 people to show up — 60,000 more than the record set in 2008. Instead just 176,000 showed up, less than 3 percent more than in 2016.”

There’s also a growing “we can’t win” attitude spreading among the grassroots. As Conor Lamb, a Democrat Party activist in Pennsylvania, bemoaned last week to The New York Times: 

“It doesn’t matter. Find any kind of totally corrupt thing that Trump did, and it doesn’t matter. Republicans are just unified. They’re a damn steel curtain.”

Added Danny Villazon:

“A lot of people feel defeated … Trump always wins. It seems like nothing can stop him.”

Concluded veteran Democrat political strategist James Carville last week:

“I’m scared to death. I really am.”

ITEM #4: Regarding the health of our national economy, this video from CNN says it all: “225,000 net new jobs created in the month. 225,000. It’s so big that it broke my machine.”

It will be entertaining to see how the Democrats try to spin the latest, incredible jobs numbers into a negative.

The boom continues … and even CNN can’t deny the stunning success of the Trump economy! 

ITEM #5: In the last Democrat presidential debate, former Vice President “Sleepy” Joe Biden said: “I don’t know what about the past about Barack Obama and Joe Biden was so bad.”

We’ll take this one…
1. Bad economy
2. Bad unemployment numbers
3. Bad trade deals
4. Bad border security
5. Bad national security
6. Bad tax policies
7. Bad energy policies
8. Bad health insurance premiums
9. Bad education policies
10. Bad race relations
Feel free to add to this list yourself.

ITEM #6: If there’s any doubt in your mind that Hollywood’s elite are completely disconnected from reality, consider this excerpt from actor Joaquin Phoenix’s acceptance speech at this week’s Academy Awards ceremony:

“I think that we’ve become very disconnected from the natural world, and many of us, what we’re guilty of is an egocentric worldview — the belief that we’re the center of the universe. We go into the natural world, and we plunder it for its resources. We feel entitled to artificially inseminate a cow, and when she gives birth, we steal her baby, even though her cries of anguish are unmistakable. Then, we take her milk, that’s intended for her calf, and we put it in our coffee and our cereal…”

What a joke(r). And some wonder why, as columnist John Nolte pointed out this week, “Ratings for Sunday night’s 2020 Oscar ceremony collapsed by double digits to hit an all-time low.”

ITEM #7: Lest ye think Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) isn’t real, as well as a seriously crippling mental disability, consider this tweet from NBC’s Sahil Kapur last week:

“UMass Lowell poll: 62% of New Hampshire Democrats would rather see a giant meteor strike the earth and extinguish all human life than see President Trump get re-elected.”

Will there be enough safe spaces in the world for these people after November 3rd?

ITEM #8:   Anyone even remotely following the liberal “fake news” industry in America knows it is not only biased, but often clueless. And Exhibit #1 came last week from MSNBC’s Katy Tur.

As a report in the Washington Examiner noted, Tur “asked a guest whether gerrymandering could be used to break up Republican control of the U.S. Senate.”

Um …

“Senate races are not determined by gerrymandered districts as there is no such thing as a Senate district,” noted reporter Becket Adams.  “The races are statewide. That a political journalist would not know this is absurd. That the anchor of a politics news show would not know this is something far beyond absurd. I am not sure if there is even a word for it.”

ITEM #9:  Vote, or else! That’s the message from California Assemblyman Marc Levine (D-San Rafael) who has introduced a new bill that would make voting mandatory in the not-so-Golden State.  

“Assembly Bill 2070,” reports the Los Angeles Times, “would require every Californian who registers to vote to ‘cast a ballot, marked or unmarked in whole or in part, at every election held within the territory within which the person resides.'”

And California’s suppression of individual liberty continues.

INSANITY IN AMERICA: They keep “sellin’ the crazy” in crazy California. The latest from CNN:

“Push-ups, curl-ups and the dreaded one-mile run are a staple of childhood in US schools. But California may put a stop to the tests. California Governor Gavin Newsom has proposed suspending the physical fitness tests at the state’s schools over concerns that they promote bullying and body discrimination.”

The Snowflake Generation can’t even handle P.E.? Seriously?
 NOTABLE QUOTES“We contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle?” – Winston Churchill

“If you want to shut down sanctuary cities — if you want to protect your family & your loved ones: You must vote Republican in 2020.” – President Donald Trump, at a campaign rally in New Hampshire

“You’re a lying, dog-faced pony soldier.” – Joe Biden, to a Biden supporter in New Hampshire who asked the former VP why he did so badly in IowaForward to a Friend!
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