With our money, no doubt:
The CEO of Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. says he “appreciates” an announcement by Finance Minister Bill Morneau that the government will compensate investors in the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion if “unnecessary delays” cause costs to rise.
Morneau says the government is willing to “provide indemnity” to any investors, be they the project’s original architects or otherwise, to ensure the controversial Alberta-B.C. project is able to proceed.
When not being drunk (hat tip: SDA), Justin is finding ways to destroy the economy.
Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) engaged in an explosive interview on Sunday – where he not only called out the criminal behavior of several members of the Obama Regime – but stated that “no official intelligence” was used in the efforts to investigate President Trump or his campaign for “Russian collusion” – instead suggesting that the entire investigation is based upon a political motivation.
The Republican National Committee worked with the White House to draft a 1,000-word talking points memo for President Trump, his administration, and GOP state officials across the country to use amid coverage of former FBI Director James Comey’s book release and publicity tour later this month.
Obama’s CIA director would sooner vacation in North Korea than at Mar-a-Lago.
bama CIA director John Brennan, a subject of ongoing analysis at The American Spectator, recently uncorked an epic Twitter rant. Enraged by President Trump’s words aimed at FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, Brennan steamed at the president: “When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will take your rightful place as a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history. You may scapegoat Andy McCabe, but you will not destroy America … America will triumph over you.”
More than one faithful reader of this fine publication emailed me about the irony of such words coming from a man who wanted Gus Hall to be president of the United States.
Newly redacted text messages discovered by congressional investigators reveal that an embattled FBI agent at the center of the Russia investigation controversy was close friends with a District of Columbia judge who recused himself from the criminal case over former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, congressional members said, and text documents show.
In a textbook example of denial and projection, Trump foes in and out of government wove a sinister yarn meant to take him down.
Those who believe a certain Arkansas-based political family “always gets away with it” should know that the race to indict, prosecute, and convict multiple actors leading the sprawling, international Clinton Foundation fraud conspiracy is on.
The FBI secretly used the Steele dossier to convince a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to permit one of the most sensitive invasions of privacy against a U.S. citizen: electronic surveillance by the government. Top Obama and Trump officials signed four wiretap applications against Trump adviser Carter Page starting in fall of 2016 — a month before the presidential election — relying, in part, on the dossier. That’s according to House Republicans who, on Friday, released a summary of classified documents they reviewed.
The rhetoric coming from Democrats is off the charts nuts. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is now saying that the release of the FISA memo alleging abuse by the FBI and the Justice Department could easily lead to a “constitutional crisis.” Yesterday, Donny Deutsch on MSNBC called for a revolt and an uprising in the streets to remove Trump from office. But Pelosi’s fighting words are a bit more nuanced. “It’s appalling. It’s a misrepresentation. It isn’t even a release of intelligence material. It’s a release of a distortion of it. Its purpose is, of course, to thwart the Mueller investigation,” Pelosi said Friday. “If the President uses this fake, horrible release of distorted intelligence as an excuse to fire [Deputy Attorney General Rod] Rosenstein or [Special Counsel Robert] Mueller, it could lead to a constitutional crisis.” Is that a threat?
The Democrats and the media spent a week lying to the American people about the “memo.”
The memo was full of “classified information” and releasing” it would expose “our spying methods.” By “our,” they didn’t mean American spying methods. They meant Obama’s spying methods.
Republicans appear to be proceeding with the release of a much-hyped memo that purportedly reveals government surveillance abuse — despite Justice Department officials describing such a move as “extraordinarily reckless.”
The Justice Department has started recovering some of the missing texts between two FBI officials under scrutiny for alleged anti-Trump views, Fox News’ Sean Hannity reported on Wednesday’s “Hannity,” citing DOJ sources … 50,000 missing text messages between FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page over a five-month period have been at the center of controversy on Capitol Hill since the DOJ notified congressional committees that there was a gap in records between Dec. 14, 2016, and May 17, 2017. Strzok and Page – and the integrity of the FBI – have been under the microscope after it was revealed that the two former members of Robert Mueller’s team exchanged a series of anti-Trump texts during the presidential campaign.
To understand the Four Page House Intelligence Memo at the heart of today’s FISA Abuse stories, it helps to understand why the memo is needed.