Throughout my time analyzing SpyGate, there have been several outside elements that seemed to be related, but never truly fit into the SpyGate picture. From what seems like 2012 on, there are several occurrences that sort of fit into the same mold as the 2016 election interference, but not exactly. With publicly available information, it […]Read More Finding the Driving Force Behind Russian Election Interference
Last night, President Donald J. Trump issued a sequence of tweets ordering his Attorney General Bill Barr to declassify documents related to Spygate. This has been the first major re-up from his sequence of tweets in September 2018 which pulled back his initial order to declassify everything. With this new wording, it looks like we […]Read More The Absolutes Surrounding Spygate
Former FBI Director James Comey has become an extremely polarizing figure since his July 5, 2016 speech that exonerated Hillary Clinton over her mishandling of classified information. Over the course of the rest of the election cycle, both the right and the left have flip flopped several times on whether Comey is a hero or […]Read More The Comey Conundrum
What got me into the politics surrounding Donald J. Trump actually had very little to do with the politics. I voted for him in 2016 and a lot of that was based on giving a middle finger to the establishment and I loved the energy surrounding his campaign. While I was loosely following his presidency, […]Read More The Sting Theory
I was listening to Muse’s 2015 album Drones and one of my favorite songs from that album is Reapers. The guitar in that song is awesome. I have this weird thing with music that I listen to the sounds the instruments make over the actual lyrics. After hearing the song for probably a thousand times, […]Read More Drones
One of the more fascinating elements of the Mueller Special Council has been Mueller’s original referral of Tony Podesta, Greg Craig, and Vin Weber to the SDNY. This story first broke in August 2018 and it showed that they were originally referred back in early spring 2018. This highlights how tight lipped the Mueller SC […]Read More The Curious Case of Greg Craig
Yesterday I had written a post about how a lot of the events of early 2017 are being rehashed two years later. Today that trend continued with the arrest and future extradition to the US for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Assange was carried out of the embassy today which ends his 7 year stay in […]Read More Julian or GRUlian?