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
Last night, John Solomon from The Hill broke news that Stephen Laycock, the FBI’s section chief for Eurasian counterintelligence was the recipient of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec’s notes from her meeting with Former MI6 Agent Christopher Steele on October 13, 2016. While Laycock is a new name, he immediately transferred the notes […]Read More Anomalies Surrounding the Carter Page FISA
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
With Mueller’s report set to come out tomorrow (finally) I wanted to take a stab at what he is actually investigating. The Russia investigation has sucked a lot of citizens in, but throughout the entire investigation, we have yet to know key scopes. The first is the scope of Crossfire Hurricane which was the original […]Read More Guessing Mueller’s Scope
Today AG Barr testified before the Senate for his second day in a row. During his questioning, Barr unleashed a firestorm on social media after saying that he thinks spying on the Trump campaign had occurred. He followed up with that he needs to explore if the spying was adequately predicated. From early 2017 and […]Read More 2017 V2?
Early this morning, Special Counsel Mueller’s office made a big splash by showing up at Roger Stone’s Florida home with a warrant for his arrest. CNN was there to cover the arrest. Stone was later released on $250,000 bail. He was charged with Obstruction of Proceeding, False Statements, and Witness Tampering. The indictment itself, which […]Read More A Process Crime is still a Crime