As we edge closer to the 2020 election, the Trump administration and Republicans in Congress are still investigating official misconduct surrounding the 2016 campaign. The mission has been spurred on by newly declassified documents, and material unearthed in court including in the pivotal case of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn. We spoke with Congressman Ken Buck […]
See who was moving in or being moved out of the Justice Department and FBI during Campaign 2016, the Russia probe and the Clinton probe.
The following is from Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson. Click the link below to watch. One persistent feature of the Trump administration has been what some say is an unprecedented number of politically-motivated anonymous leaks by intelligence community insiders. The national security implications of that caught the attention of Senator Ron Johnson head of the […]
For the men and women who run America's 17 intelligence agencies, one threat keeps them awake at night: the possibility of a traitor in their ranks who has begun to trade, sell or give secrets away to a hostile foreign power. James Rosen reports on a psychiatrist who has spent more time than any other […]
The Justice Department recently announced it uncovered more problems with the integrity of FBI wiretaps on American citizens. That after serious abuses were exposed in the FBI’s wiretapping of Carter Page, a former Trump campaign volunteer. Amid the scandal, some Democrats and Republicans are pressing to eliminate the secretive court put in place decades ago […]
The Director of National Intelligence has finally declassified portions of Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report regarding the FBI's Crossfire Hurricane investigation into Trump campaign officials. The footnotes in the report were, until now, kept hidden from public view. You can review them for yourself by clicking the link below. Read the original Inspector General report […]
The following is an excerpt from an article at JustTheNews.com An FBI senior analyst has been dismissed for possessing child pornography, according to a recently released memo from the Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Justice. Though the supervisory intelligence analyst (SIA) was dismissed, the FBI elected not to prosecute the employee. The Office of the Inspector General […]
As more people use internet conferencing services such as Zoom to conduct business, the FBI has issued a warning about "Zoombombers." These are bad people who hack into the meetings and spy on what's going on, or weigh in with pornography or profanity. The FBI says it's not only Zoom that is vulnerable to uninvited […]