Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Obama could be ARRESTED over these secret FBI texts!?

Disturbing new text messages between FBI agents have chilling implications for the future of our democracy — and they could lead to former President Barack Obama being brought up on criminal charges.
Critics have long suspected that Obama was illegally meddling in the investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email probe. It was an accusation dismissed as a conspiracy theory by the mainstream media.

Now there’s undeniable proof.
On Sep. 2, 2016, FBI lawyer Lisa Page texted Peter Strzok about prepping former FBI Directory James Comey and told him that “potus wants to know everything we’re doing.” POTUS is a common acronym for “President of the United States.”
“According to a newly released Senate report, this text raises questions about Obama’s personal involvement in the Clinton email investigation,” Fox News reported. If it links Obama to direct meddling in a criminal investigation for political purposes — something that has been openly suspected by multiple sources — it could lead to his arrest.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg. The day Comey defended his decisions not to move forward in the Hillary email probe, the two FBI officials traded texts gushing over Comey — and mocking American voters inability to stop him.

Congress, wrote Page in one text, is “utterly worthless.” ″Less than worthless,” replied Strzok, who was actively involved in email investigation. “Utterly contemptible.”
The officials’ assessment of Comey, facing hours of questions about his decision not to seek charges against Clinton for her use of a private email server, was unmistakably flattering.

“God he is SO good,” Strzok said. “I know,” Page responded. “Brilliant public speaker. And brilliant distillation of fact.”
That exchange is included among 384 pages of text messages between Page and Strzok provided by the Justice Department to Congress. The texts, part of an inspector general investigation into the handling of the Clinton email probe, are most notable for derogatory messages about President Donald Trump — the discovery of which led to Strzok’s reassignment from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team.

The texts proved an explosive development when revealed in December, giving rise to Republican allegations of bias in the FBI and the Justice Department and leading Trump to make an extraordinary allegation of “treason” against Strzok.
There’s no question both Strzok and Page were stridently opposed to Trump’s candidacy and the prospect of a Trump administration, using words like “idiot,” ″loathsome,” ″menace” and “disaster” to describe him. In one text four days before the election, Page told Strzok that the “American presidential election, and thus, the state of the world, actually hangs in the balance.”
They frequently texted each other news stories about Russian election meddling, denigrated Trump associate Roger Stone and, in one profanity-laced message, Strzok cursed out the “cheating [expletive] Russians.”
Other texts show how deep their hatred of Trump went. Page wrote, “OMG THIS IS F***ING TERRIFYING” on Election Day 2016, to which Strzok replied, “Omg, I am so depressed.”

A few days later, Page may have hinted at an impeachment plot. She wrote, “I bought all the president’s men. Figure I need to brush up on watergate.”
The next day, Nov. 14, 2016, Page texted, “God, being here makes me angry. Lots of high fallutin’ national security talk. Meanwhile we have OUR task ahead of us.”
According to Fox News, “Page’s meaning here is unclear, but Senate investigators say, coupled with Strzok’s Aug. 15 text about an ‘insurance policy,’ further investigation is warranted to find out what actions the two may have taken.”
And the shocking texts, which encompass a two-year period beginning around the start of the Clinton email investigation in 2015, cover far more ground than Trump.

They underscore how the Clinton inquiry, well before the launch of the investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia, caused anxiety and tension within the FBI and Justice Department as witness interviews, strategic decisions and even public statements were picked apart internally and in the news media in the months preceding the election.
Strzok was distressed, for instance, that former President Bill Clinton was caught having a private meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch aboard her plane in the investigation’s final stages. Lynch subsequently announced that she would accept the FBI’s recommendations, setting the stage for Comey’s announcement that the FBI would not seek charges.
The texts also make clear that FBI leadership knew weeks before Comey alerted Congress that a trove of emails relevant to the Clinton investigation had been found on a laptop belonging to former Rep. Anthony Weiner.
It remains unexplained why Comey waited a month before revealing the discovery of new emails and before obtaining a warrant to scour them

On Sept. 28, 2016, one month before the news became public, Strzok told Page that he’d been summoned to the deputy director’s office because “hundreds of thousands of emails” had been turned over by Weiner’s attorney to prosecutors as part of a sexting investigation, with a “ton of material” believed to be from Weiner’s wife.
“This,” Strzok wrote, “will never end.”
Strzok was wrong, though… thanks to his own words, it could end with Obama and Hillary both in handcuffs.

The Associated Press contributed to this article

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Uh-Oh! Dossier Writer Christopher Steele Failed To Show Up For Court

Steele was a no-show Monday for a long-requested deposition in London. The news comes as Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Senator Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., have announced a criminal referral on Steele. 

by:Mac Slavo  

Former British MI-6 Intelligence Officer Christopher Steele, who was paid $168,000 by Fusion GPS’ Glenn Simpson to write and promote the dossier funded by the Democratic National Committee was a no-show in a civil court case.

The multi-million dollar libel case has brought against Buzzfeed after the media outlet published the unverified disinformation dossier at Steele’s insistence.
Steele was paid to promote the fake dossier among select journalists in a smear campaign against President Donald Trump.
According to reports from Fox News, Steele was a no-show Monday for a long-requested deposition in London.
The news comes as Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Senator Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., have announced a criminal referral on Steele.

Evan Fray-Witzer, a Boston-based attorney representing Russian tech tycoon Aleksej Gubarev in multi-million dollar civil litigation, described Monday’s U.K. court actions to Fox News.
My understanding is that Mr. Steele’s lawyers spent a good deal of time arguing why they thought he (Steele) should not be required to sit for a deposition and that ultimately the court took the entire matter under advisement.”
Gubarev is suing the British-based Steele’s company Orbis Business Intelligence because the dossier also smeared Gubarev’s companies which include XBT Holdings and Webzilla.
The dossier claimed the companies used “botnets and port traffic to transmit viruses, plant bugs and steal data.”
Fray-Witzer said, “Certainly with respect to Mr. Gubarev, Webzilla and XBT there has never been a single scrap of evidence about them in the dossier.”

As Fox News has reported based upon a review of British court records, Steele promoted and met with five media outlets repeatedly between the spring and fall of 2016. 
At the same time, Steele was also meeting with the FBI in Rome, according to reports.
Records obtained and reviewed by Fox News from related civil ligitation in Florida reveal that Steele maintains that even showing up for a deposition would “implicate state secrets in London.”
Fray-Witzer stressed in that hearing that the British government “has not asserted” Steele’s claims.
The attorney has said Steele “is asserting he can’t speak about things.  We have pointed out that he’s spoken to anyone who is willing to listen, every journalist, and the FBI.”  

Article posted with permission from SHTFPlan

Dems Lose It as Tweet Suggests Trump Ordered Military Vet Deported… Fail to Realize It Was Actually Obama
By Cillian Zeal 

A misleading tweet from a reporter had Democrats and liberals on social media up in arms recently after it announced that a military veteran was being deported to Mexico.
However, what the tweet left out was that the man had been drummed out of the military for a drug infraction, that he had served a lengthy prison term after giving drugs to an undercover officer — and that the deportation order had been issued under the Obama administration.
In a tweet last week, a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists posted the sad “travesty” of Miguel Perez:

ICE has arrested a U.S. army veteran who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan and has two U.S. citizen children. His name is Miguel Perez Jr. and he has lived in the U.S. since he was 8 years old 

It didn’t take the left long to pounce and take up the Chicago resident’s case. 

US Rep Brendan Boyle @RepBrendanBoyle

There are no words 

Even the Democrats on the House Veterans Affairs Committee got in on the Trump-bashing action, arguing that no veteran should ever be deported: 

House Veterans' Affairs Dems @VetAffairsDems
Two words that should never be uttered together in this country are “deported veteran.” @RealDonaldTrump, this is a disgusting way to treat a who selflessly put his life on the line to defend us. This is a disgrace. 

Heartbreaking, until you consider what Mr. Woodman left out. And, according to the Washington Free Beacon, that’s a great deal.
First, Perez was given a general discharge from the Army on a drug infraction. In 2008, after his military service, according to the Chicago Tribune, he “handed a laptop case containing cocaine to an undercover officer” and ended up being sentenced to 15 years in jail.

Perez, 39, was born in Mexico and came to the United States when his father moved the family to Chicago because of a job offer, according to CNN. He is currently on a hunger strike as he faces deportation.
He says he mistakenly thought he became a U.S. citizen when he took an oath to defend the United States while in the military. He also contends his military superiors did not help him understand just what he needed to do in order to become a citizen.
After he was released from prison in September 2016, he was placed into the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and ordered deported. This, you may note, happened under the waning months of the Obama administration, which had every opportunity to make sure Perez stayed in the country. It did not.
“Perez’s attorney Chris Bergin said he has filed a stay on two grounds,” the Chicago Tribune reported. “One is based on a medical evaluation finding that Perez needs immediate attention for PTSD and his brain injury. The other seeks retroactive citizenship for Perez to when he joined the military in 2001.”

Perez has previously argued that veterans with combat experience are targeted by drug cartels in Mexico to work for them, although a three-judge panel on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected that argument in late January.
While Perez may have served this country, the fact is that he is being deported for a reason: He is not an American citizen, and he committed a serious crime.
Courts under both the Obama and Trump administrations have upheld his conviction, and if the Democrats had wanted to do anything about it, they certainly had a president who could have done just that. He chose not to, likely for good reason.

To drop this on the Trump administration is the height of deceptiveness. If liberals want to look at who’s really responsible for deciding this, they ought to look at someone else from Chicago: former President Obama.
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News California Farmer Faces 3 Million Dollar Fines For Plowing His Field

It is unfortunate that things have gotten this bad for our agriculture community. The ever creep of our government into agriculture has left some farmers completely out of business or scraping to make ends meet. In this particular case, the farmer is facing some very serious fines.

A farmer faces trial in federal court this summer and a $2.8 million fine for failing to get a permit to plow his field and plant wheat in Tehama County.
A lawyer for Duarte Nursery said the case is important because it could set a precedent requiring other farmers to obtain costly, time-consuming permits just to plow their fields.
“The case is the first time that we’re aware of that says you need to get a (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) permit to plow to grow crops,” said Anthony Francois, an attorney for the Pacific Legal Foundation.
“We’re not going to produce much food under those kinds of regulations,” he said. 

However, U.S. District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller agreed with the Army Corps in a judgment issued in June 2016. A penalty trial, in which the U.S. Attorney’s Office asks for $2.8 million in civil penalties, is set for August.
The case began in 2012 when John Duarte, who owns Duarte Nursery near Modesto, bought 450 acres south of Red Bluff at Paskenta Road and Dusty Way west of Interstate 5.
According to Francois and court documents, Duarte planned to grow wheat there.
Because the property has numerous swales and wetlands, Duarte hired a consulting firm to map out areas on the property that were not to be plowed because they were part of the drainage for Coyote and Oat creeks and were considered “waters of the United States.”
Francois conceded that some of the wetlands were plowed, but they were not significantly damaged. He said the ground was plowed to a depth of 4 inches to 7 inches. 

The Army did not claim Duarte violated the Endangered Species Act by destroying fairy shrimp or their habitat, Francois said.
The wheat was planted but not harvested because in February 2013 the Army Corps of Engineers and the California Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board issued orders to stop work at the site because Duarte had violated the Clean Water Act by not obtaining a permit to discharge dredged or fill material into seasonal wetlands considered waters of the United States.
Duarte sued the Army Corps and the state, alleging they violated his constitutional right of due process under the law by issuing the cease and desist orders without a hearing. The U.S. Attorney’s Office counter-sued Duarte Nursery to enforce the Clean Water Act violation. 

Farmers plowing their fields are specifically exempt from the Clean Water Act rules forbidding discharging material into U.S. waters, Francois said.
However, according court documents filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Sacramento, the tractor was not plowing the field. Rather, it was equipped with a ripper, with seven 36-inch ripper shanks that dug an average of 10 inches deep into the soil.
Also, the U.S. Attorney alleges, Duarte ripped portions of the property that included wetland areas.
The ripping deposited dirt into wetlands and streams on the property, in violation of the Clean Water Act, according to documents filed by the U.S. Attorney.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Gregory Broderick said he could not comment on the case and referred questions to his office’s public affairs department, which did not call back Monday. 

However, documents filed in court explain some of the rationale behind the government’s case.
“Even under the farming exemption, a discharge of dredged or fill material incidental to the farming activities that impairs the flow of the waters of the United States still requires a permit, because it changes the chemical, physical and biological integrity of the waters,” the U.S. Attorney said in court filings.
The creeks also flow into the Sacramento River, home to endangered salmon.
In addition to civil penalties, the attorney’s office is also asking the judge to order Duarte to repair the damage to the wetlands, including smoothing out the soil and replanting native plants in the wetlands. 

He may also be required to purchase other wetlands to compensate for the alleged damage to the property south of Red Bluff, according to the U.S. Attorney’s proposed penalties.
Francois said he thought the proposed penalties were unfair because his client thought the plowing exemption allowed him to till the soil.
“A plain reading of the rules says you don’t need a permit to do what he did,” Francois said. “How do you impose a multimillion penalty on someone for thinking the law says what it says.”

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Monday, February 5, 2018

Colts' Edwin Jackson killed by driver illegally in U.S.

by: Mike Wells ESPN

INDIANAPOLIS -- The suspected drunken driver accused of hitting and killing Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson has been living in the country illegally, the Indiana State Police announced Monday.
The driver of the truck that killed Jackson and ride-sharing operator Jeffrey Monroe had been using the alias Alex Cabrera Gonsales, the police said in a release. Gonsales' given name is Manuel Orrego-Savala, and he is a citizen of Guatemala. Orrego-Savala had been deported in 2007 and 2009.
Manuel Orrego-Savala Indiana State Police

Monroe and Jackson were stopped on the side of Interstate 70 in Indianapolis when they were hit early Sunday morning.
Orrego-Savala, 37, was arrested after trying to flee the scene on foot, according to the Indiana State Police. Orrego-Savala was driving without a license and intoxicated, according to police. He is currently being held in the Marion County (Indiana) jail while the police work with U.S. federal immigration officials. Investigators are also working with the prosecutor's office to file criminal charges.

Jackson and Monroe of Avon, were on the side of the interstate when Monroe got out of the car to help Jackson, who was sick. Orrego-Savala, who was driving a Ford F-150 truck, drove onto the emergency shoulder and hit the rear of the car, striking both Jackson and Monroe, with one of the bodies landing in the center lane of I-70, according to the police.
State trooper Ty Mays, who was in the area, reported to the scene after seeing the accident on the side of the road. In the process of slowing down, he hit the body of the victim who was in the center lane.
Monroe and Jackson were pronounced dead at the scene by the Marion County Coroner's Office. Monroe was 54; Jackson was 26.

"We were heartbroken to hear the news of Edwin Jackson's passing," the Colts said in a statement. "Edwin was loved by all in the Colts organization. We admired his outgoing personality, competitive spirit and hard-working mentality. He was well-respected among all with whom he crossed paths, and he will be greatly missed in our locker room and throughout our entire organization.
"We also understand that another person lost his life in the accident, only adding to our sorrow on this day. We are shocked and saddened by this tragedy, and our thoughts and prayers are with the families of both men during this difficult time."

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Politics Chuck Norris Launches Massive Attack After Media Tries Cheating Him 
 By Kimberly Smith

Martial arts master and staunch conservative Chuck Norris just demonstrated once again why it never pays to mess with him.
Norris has filed a $30 million lawsuit against CBS and Sony Pictures Television for allegedly failing to pay him his share of the profits from his hit series “Walker, Texas Ranger,” Fox News reported.
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Jan. 30, claimed CBS failed to pay Norris’ production company, Top Kick Productions, a portion of the profits “earned from any, and all, exploitations of ‘Walker.'”
CBS and Sony had agreed to give Norris 23 percent of the profits from the series, which launched in 1993, according to the complaint. The companies breached the contract, as well as the “implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The companies allegedly breached the contract by promoting the series through on-demand services instead of TV and DVD, which allowed them to avoid paying Norris any profits.

The suit claimed the companies “have consciously sought to market, sell and distribute Walker in ways that are designed to collect significant fees and revenues from the ongoing exploitation of Walker but without having to honor or pay Top Kick, and to instead materially breach the 23 Percent Profit Clause,” Deadline reported.
Attorney Scott Street explained why Norris’ image is still valuable decades after the show ran.

“Chuck Norris’ life, image and brand are among the most positive and patriotic in the United States,” he wrote in the complaint, according to The Reporter.
“Put bluntly, the public loves Chuck Norris, because there are few men left who honor country and family and served others and whose public values and ethics match the actual life that one has chosen to live,” he continued.

It’s hard to argue with that. Norris has amassed a huge fan base with his conservative points of view.
That, and he has a reputation for being an unstoppable, invincible force.

In the “Walker” series, Norris portrayed a member of the Texas Ranger Division who could overcome insurmountable circumstances.
That character became an internet meme, with “facts” about Norris’ superhuman strength, which allow him to beat all odds in any situation. Norris is a legend in his own time.

Because of Norris’ continued popularity, “Walker” remains lucrative, Street explained.
“This 23 percent profit participation has been, and will continue to be, a valuable right, because Walker has been lucrative and popular in syndication, generating over $692 million in revenue to date,” Street said.

The moral of this story is as it has always been: Do not mess with Chuck Norris.
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