Tuesday The Stench of Lies Open Comments

The Stench of Lies

Sara A. Carter is a veteran reporters’ reporter working primarily with Circa.  Here is her bio and below are excerpts from her column published on her website yesterday.

A supervisory special agent who is now under scrutiny after being removed from Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s Office for alleged bias against President Trump also oversaw the bureau’s interviews of embattled former National Security advisor Michael Flynn, this reporter has learned. Flynn recently pled guilty to one-count of lying to the FBI last week.

FBI agent Peter Strzok was one of two FBI agents who interviewed Flynn, which took place on Jan. 24, at the White House, said several sources. The other FBI special agent, who interviewed Flynn, is described by sources as a field supervisor in the “Russian Squad, at the FBI’s Washington Field Office,” according to a former intelligence official, with knowledge of the interview.

and this,

The former U.S. intelligence official told this reporter, “with the recent revelation that Strzok was removed from the Special Counsel investigation for making anti-Trump text messages it seems likely that the accuracy and veracity of the 302 of Flynn’s interview as a whole should be reviewed and called into question.”

“The most logical thing to happen would be to call the other FBI Special Agent present during Flynn’s interview before the Grand Jury to recount his version,” the former intelligence official added.

The former official also said that “Strzok’s allegiance to (Deputy Director Andrew) McCabe was unwavering and very well known.”

And then there is this,

According to another source, with direct knowledge of the Jan. 24 interview, McCabe had contacted Flynn by phone directly at the White House. White House officials had spent the “earlier part of the week with the FBI overseeing training and security measures associated with their new roles so it was no surprise to Flynn that McCabe had called,” the source said.

McCabe told Flynn “some agents were heading over (to the White House) but Flynn thought it was part of the routine work the FBI had been doing and said they would be cleared at the gate,” the source said.

“It wasn’t until after they were already in (Flynn’s) office that he realized he was being formally interviewed. He didn’t have an attorney with him,” they added.

This really was a disgusting, outrageous unethical tactic by Robert Mueller, Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok in order to trap the national security adviser to the incoming president. I think they knew there was no conspiracy with the Russians during the election and the only way they could hang something on Flynn was to trick him into talking before he had time to meet with his attorney.

John Hinderaker at Powerline has been calling for President Trump to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Robert Mueller, James Comey, Andrew McCabe and others.  I think he is absolutely right.

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46 thoughts on “Tuesday The Stench of Lies Open Comments

  1. “The Stench of Lies”
    That was all over the Fox Network last night, but the lamestream media isn’t reporting on the facts, they’re trying to say, “see Trump did collude with the Russians”

  2. The two Hillary Clinton State Dept, aides mentioned as being interviewed by this Peter Strzok at the FBI were Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills. The FBI knew they were lying and it was proven publicly, however, no mention of charges were ever heard from the FBI.

    The FBI has been running a massive coverup for Obama/Hillary for the last 9 years.

  3. I’ve never understood the liberal fascination with trains. The poroposed bullet train between Houston and Dallas has never made any sense to me, but here’s a little more analytical approach.
    http://thehill.com/opinion/technology/363141-americas-first-bullet-train-is-already-a-failure-and-it-hasnt-even-been

    As to Mueller, he is as corrupt as any of the Dems and plans to try to hound Trump in to resignation or impeachment regardless of the law. He’s already given up on the law enforcement angle and can only work the public relations/political angle. He will not quit until Trump fires him. I’m really surprised that Trump has not already mounted a serious PR campaign against Mueller much like the way Clinton did against Starr.

  4. I’m ambivalent about the train in Texas, but I don’t want David to have to hit the street looking for another job. If they’re going to fold up their tent, I hope he gets another position lined up.

  5. Sara Carter reporting on what’s happening background on the Uranium One scandal.

    An American energy consultant, now an official with the Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy has produced a memorandum regarding both the acquisition of Uranium One and one of the main Russian co-conspirators under an FBI clandestine investigation.

    The details and evidence contained in the memorandum dispute both the recent Congressional testimony by Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the claims by other Justice Department officials made through various media outlets that the Russian nuclear industry was not connected to the sale of the Canadian firm Uranium One in 2010.

    Within the over 5,000 documents and briefs, were detailed plans of Russia’s state controlled nuclear arm Rosatom, and its subsidiaries, to penetrate America’s vast energy market and its efforts to gain approval of the United States government for the eventual purchase of Uranium One. At the time, Uranium One controlled roughly 20 percent of American uranium mining capacity. In fact, the evidence obtained by the Department of Justice and FBI, starting as early as 2008 paint a much different picture than that of recent reports regarding the confidential informant, William D. Campbell Jr., and his role.

    According to the documents, Campbell gained insight into Russia’s strategic plans to gain global dominance in the uranium industry and to build a closer relationship with Obama administration officials.

    and,

    Department of Justice spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores confirmed that for “several weeks the Department has had a standing offer to Senate and House Judiciary staff for a briefing on the Mikerin matter” and confirmed the DOJ is scheduled to brief Senate Judiciary staff on November 28, and will also brief House Judiciary staff the same day.

    “The Department of Justice has authorized the confidential informant to disclose to the chairmen and ranking members of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, as well as staff, any information or documents he has concerning alleged corruption or bribery involving transactions in the uranium market,” said Isgur Flores.

  6. I don’t think even Texans can pull off a high speed rail line solely with private money and make it profitable. If it could be done it would already have been done.

  7. I hear Mittens Romney says having Roy Moore in the senate would be “a stain on the GOOPeeCons.”

    Notice he didn’t say he’d be a Mayo Stain.–Probably in deference to Sen. Schumer, the ultimate Mayo Stained, Baloney Belching egg beater.

  8. #12 – Of course they can’t pull it off without government intervention. They have to have eminent domain privileges, once construction starts they will run out of money and need “loans,” operating costs will exceed estimates, paying ridership will be below expectations, ad infinitum. Then we will wind up with a long stretch of useless track separating one side of Texas from the other which will require public funds to demolish. (For instance, take a look at the windmills crapping up vast swaths of Texas, none of which will ever generate enough electricity to recover their costs (and loaded with front end subsidies), but for which there is no money to demolish – they just sit there killing birds, obstructing the view, and producing nothing. The toy train should serve as a good mini-example of how much money the liberals can pizz away, multiplies by 1000 or more.

  9. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Hamous

    Sooner or later D_n Patrick will be running for Senate or something.

    I said D_n Patrick would be running for the Senate sooner or later the day he filed to run for Lt Gov. I still have friends in high places and they have told me that possibility will come around as soon as Hatrick finds out he will not be anointed governor after Abbot leaves. There is a strong chance he may try to make the jump “soon”. I think he saw his visage in a pan of lasagna or something.

    /You heard it here first

  10. speakin of “world class”…………………………(disclaimer – I have NO CLUE how accurate this may or may not be)

    The Top Ten Worst Schools Supporting Terrorists

    Brandeis University
    Brooklyn College
    DePaul University
    San Francisco State University
    University of California-Berkeley
    University of California-Irvine
    University of Chicago
    University of Houston
    University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
    University of Wisconsin-Madison

    [Schools are listed in alphabetical order]

    American campuses take marching orders from Hamas.

  11. Shannon

    So you think he’s going to run against big John in ’20?

    I have been told he is thinking about it, but for now his semi-offical stance is while Abbot is in office he is staying here. D_n is real good about “covering” all bases.

  12. #19 – I think it’s a little disingenuous to say the schools themselves support terrorists. Looks like all the schools do is allow terrorist-supporting groups like SJP to to exist. For example, UC-Irvine is on the list. They’ve actually sanctioned SJP for violent protests on their campus.

  13. 19 Katfish

    Just one of the pieces of evidence cited for UofH.

    An event co-hosted by Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and SJP during Israeli Apartheid Week 2017 featured UH African-American Studies Chair and Communist Party member Dr. Gerald Horne who spoke on “The Black Radical Tradition and Palestine.” Horne endorsed the genocidal and Hamas-promoted and funded Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel, stating “Just as we enlist more black organizations into the BDS movement, boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement…it would…give a direct boost to BDS if we had the Palestinian forces and their allies internationally speak out more on police terrorism.” When a group of Zionist students attempted to speak during the question-and-answer session, and to students outside the lecture hall, pro-Palestinian students surrounded them and chanted slogans such as “free, free, Palestine, occupation is a crime!” until they were forced to leave and abandon the attempt at dialogue. An article about the event proudly declared that “Zionists were driven away.”

    The problem with the 10 Worst List is the next 20 are probably almost as bad. These front groups for Islamic terrorist organizations wouldn’t have near the profile or running room on these campuses if the administrations and faculties weren’t already sympathetic (or outright endorse) to their cause. The minority that don’t are too cowardly to stand up for what is right.

  14. 22 Hamous

    They’ve actually sanctioned SJP for violent protests on their campus.

    And it took years of protests from students, parents and Jewish groups plus alumni pressure to finally make that happen.

  15. My wish has been granted:

    Academy Award-winning actor Dustin Hoffman has been accused by a second woman of sexual harassment.

    Wendy Riss Gatsiounis said she had two meetings in 1991 with Hoffman and screenwriter Murray Schisgal to talk about adapting her script “A Darker Purpose” into a movie, Variety reported. The playwright said she was in her 20s at the time of the meetings and “The Graduate” actor was 53.

    Riss Gatsiounis, who is known for her writing work on television shows “The Killing” and “Reign,” said the first meeting with Hoffman and Schisgal was professional. She was asked to rewrite her film pitch before the second meeting.

    In the second meeting, which occurred three weeks after the first, Hoffman acted “really different,” Riss Gatsiounis said.

    “I go in and this time it’s, like, Dustin Hoffman’s really different,” Riss Gatsiounis told Variety. “He says, ‘Before you start, let me ask you one question, Wendy — have you ever been intimate with a man over 40?’”

    Earlier this week, writer Anna Graham Hunter alleged the actor groped her on the set of the 1985 TV movie “Death of a Salesman” and “talked about sex to me and in front of me.” Hunter was 17 years old at the time of the alleged incident.

  16. The GOOPeeCons and the ProglibDems have been inbreeding for so long you can no longer tell them apart.

    That’s why we have this current sh$! and shinola show of an investigation, featuring a pimped out investigator/prosecutor that’s so compromised, he’s the epitome of the meaning of the word.

    But don’t worry, I hear Trey Gowdy may start barking again.

    He barks, he growls, he runs after you as you walk by his dog house but his chain and collar always yank him back.–He makes a lot of noise but he never bites.–He’s all bull and no Pit.

  17. It’s getting too cold out here to post anything. May snow tonight according to NWS, but doubtful according to me. We’ll see when I get up in the morning. Hopefully the drum beat to discredit Mueller is beginning. It needs to get longer, louder, and more robust since none of it will ever appear on the nightly news, but keep it up. You most likely won’t be hearing anything supportive of our President out of my congresscritter, some backbencher eRep, either.

  18. #29 Squawkie
    Heh, I didn’t see it until just now. Fundraising and HOA newsletter. I did not get a nap today, and that simply doesn’t happen.

  19. We took the grandkids looking at Christmas lights Saturday night, saw live for the first time one of those window videos advertised, you know, with Santa walking around in the house and then going up to the window waving. Very realistic, I thought it was real!

  20. Today was a very busy day, we had a function at the office. I crossed 8000 steps at 10:45 and am over 16000 now.
    I’m tarrrrrred.

  21. Bonecrusher says:
    DECEMBER 5, 2017 AT 7:18 PM
    Today was a very busy day, we had a function at the office. I crossed 8000 steps at 10:45 and am over 16000 now.
    I’m tarrrrrred.

    I had a function in the office too. Took three days worth of bran muffins, but it finally happened.

  22. You really gotta read this.

    WASHINGTON – John Conyers III, whom outgoing Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) endorsed to replace him in Congress, once tweeted that his father was a “f——g player and reckless as hell” for hitting on a married woman.

    “My dad is a f——g player and reckless as hell! He just got at this doods wife super low-key,” Conyers wrote on his Twitter account in June 2010, according to a report from MLive.com, a Michigan-based news website.

    Conyers announced today that he plans to retire from Congress amid sexual harassment allegations from multiple women and he wants his oldest son, John Conyers III, to take his seat.

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