The following is an excerpt from Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson. Watch the video investigation by clicking the link at the bottom. We begin with an examination of one of the worst abuses of government power that could happen in our society. Illegal spying on U.S. citizens. Amid findings about egregious violations by our intelligence […]
There's a new report from the New York Times that U.S Attorney John Durham is seeking to obtain emails and other communications belonging to ex-CIA Director John Brennan as part of the criminal investigation into the intelligence community's actions in the Trump-Russia probe. A caution: The New York Times cites anonymous sources (and has proven […]
We review an abbreviated timeline of the threats to impeach President Trump, starting before he took office.
RealClearInvestigations has researched and named the man believed to be the probable whistleblower based on sources and description. If the reporting is correct, it implies the "whistleblower" could have been worried Trump was getting close to uncovering Democrat links to Ukraine's interference in US elections in 2016. RealClearInvestigations is disclosing the name because of the […]
Two top former intel officials at the center of the controversy over the Trump-Russia probe may be interviewed by the Trump administration U.S. attorney investigating the origin of it all. That's according to one of the officials, former CIA Director John Brennan. Brennan, an analyst for NBC News, says that he and former Director of […]
Much as the intel community changed rules about sharing sensitive intelligence after Trump was elected on the eve of his inauguration... intel community rules about what constitutes a "whistleblower" were reportedly changed just before publicity about the new whistleblower complaint against President Trump. The following is an excerpt from an article by Sean Davis in […]
Above: Former Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper Alleged surveillance abuses by officials in the U.S. intelligence community are under investigation by an inspector general, Congress and the Justice Department. It’s impossible to yet know whether the probes will conclude there were policy, ethical or criminal violations. But it’s worth reviewing some important background. In […]