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There has rarely been a juror so tainted as the forewoman in the Roger Stone case. Look at her background. She never revealed her hatred of “Trump” and Stone. She was totally biased, as is the judge. Roger wasn’t even working on my campaign. Miscarriage of justice. Sad to watch!

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  • Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton to be Featured at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) February 25, 2020
    National Watchdog Group Will Livestream (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced its participation as a Supporting Sponsor of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), February 26-29, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, 201 Waterfront Street, National Harbor, MD. Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton is scheduled to speak at CPAC on the […]
  • Hillary Clinton Apologized to FBI Over Emails, But It Was Not Recorded on FBI Interview Document February 25, 2020
    From Tom Fitton’s article for Breitbart: We keep digging into the chain of events surrounding the FBI’s non-investigation of Hillary Clinton and her email misconduct. The correspondence between Peter Strzok and his lover Lisa Page is proving to be a treasure trove. We have now received 191 pages of emails between former FBI official Strzok and […]
  • TIPSHEET: New Clinton Email Revelations, Whistleblower and Soros Records February 24, 2020
    Judicial Watch: Strzok Email – Hillary Clinton Apologized to FBI Over Emails – But Apology was ‘Not In’ FBI 302 Documenting Her Interview The new records include an August 26, 2016, email from CNN’s Even Perez to Michael Kortan, the FBI’s assistant director for public affairs, saying: “Do you know if Gowdy is right that […]
  • FARRELL: It Ain’t Over For Andy McCabe February 24, 2020
    From Chris Farrell’s Op-Ed for The Daily Caller: Is Andrew McCabe off the hook? Don’t count on it. The former FBI deputy director has been one of the central figures in the various anti-Trump coup plots that have unfolded over the last four years. He was well placed to do it, serving as deputy director […]
  • Deep State Cover-Up February 22, 2020
    Hillary Clinton Apologized to FBI Over Emails, But It Was Not Recorded on FBI Interview Document! CIA, DOJ Stonewall on Existence of Eric Ciaramella Records Soros-Tied Group Run by Dem Operatives Promotes Leftist Agenda Prosecutorial Misconduct, Clinton Connection in Duncan Hunter Case Hillary Clinton Apologized to FBI Over Emails, But It Was Not Recorded on […]
  • Judicial Watch: Strzok Email – Hillary Clinton Apologized to FBI Over Emails – But Apology Was ‘Not In’ FBI 302 Documenting Her Interview February 21, 2020
    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received 191 pages of emails between former FBI official Peter Strzok and former FBI attorney Lisa Page which include an August 26, 2016, email in which Strzok says that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in her interview with the FBI about her email controversy apologized for […]

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  • NeverSanders? February 24, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // American Greatness Almost everything the Democratic Left said about Donald Trump causing a Republican Party implosion proved untrue—and yet is proving true this year of the Democrats. Trump’s agenda, for the most part, was Reaganesque, with a few important exceptions—closing the border and enforcing immigration law, … Read more →
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  • China’s Government Is Like Something out of 1984 February 21, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review The Chinese Communist government increasingly poses an existential threat not just to its own 1.4 billion citizens but to the world at large. China is currently in a dangerously chaotic state. And why not, when a premodern authoritarian society leaps wildly into the brave new … Read more →
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  • The Farming Wit and Wisdom of Mike Bloomberg February 20, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Here is what Democratic candidate for president Michael Bloomberg said in 2016 at Oxford, in what he apparently offered up as an ad hoc history of labor, agriculture, and industry, leading up to his own sophisticated era, as reported in the New York Post: “I could … Read more →
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  • Reaching Peak Progressivism February 19, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // American Greatness In 2020 we have finally hit peak progressivism. The adjective “peak”—apex or summit— is often used to describe something that has reached its maximum extent but thereafter will insidiously decline—like supposed U.S. domestic oil production in 2000 when more oil was purportedly taken out … Read more →
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  • The Democrats’ February Blues February 14, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review All political parties and candidates have bad days. But the new progressive Democratic Party had four of its worst days in recent memory in a single week in February. On February 3, the Iowa caucuses imploded for the first time in their history. The new … Read more →
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  • Limbaugh: A Genius at Radio February 13, 2020
    Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Genius is often defined in myriad ways. One trusted criterion is the ability to do something extraordinary in a field where others could not — and doing something that perhaps will never be done again by anyone else. By that measure, Rush Limbaugh certainly is … Read more →
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