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Speaking of horribly wrong...
An attorney for special counsel Robert Mueller attended Hillary Clinton’s election night party in New York City, The Wall Street Journalreported Friday.
Andrew Weissmann’s attendance at the party is one of many signs pointing to a troubling bias from the attorney. Weissmann has been described by The New York Times as Mueller’s “lieutenant” and “pit bull.”
OMG Jodi. The hubris of these people. They all thought the Hildabeast was going to win hands down and all of this would never come to light.
Look at this one!
CHAIRMAN NUNES BOMBSHELL: My Investigators Have Uncovered Evidence of FISA Abuse (VIDEO)
December 9, 2017
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes told Fox News’ Catherine Herridge Friday his investigators have already uncovered evidence of abuse in U.S. government’s surveillance practices.
They used the fake Dossier to obtain the warrants to spy. So, if this is the case, everything they obtained under false pretense is not admissible in court! That means Flynn, Manafort and the rest.
Speaking of FISA abuse!....
Judge Who Presided Over Michael Flynn’s Case and Recused Himself — IS OBAMA APPOINTEE WHO ALSO SITS ON FISA COURT!
Judge Rudolph Contreras was appointed to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) court in 2016.
Every single judge on the FISA court as of today was appointed during Barack Obama’s presidency.
Five of the current eleven judges on the court are scheduled to be on the court for President Trump’s entire first term with six of the judges’ terms expiring before January 2021. Seven of the judges are scheduled into the year 2020.
Great find! Thanks for sharing!
But they want us to think there is nothing going on here. We can just move along! The house of cards is going to crash down on all of them.
And, it should!
Obtaining a FISA warrant under false pretense renders everything Mueller is doing, non admissible in court!
Fruit of the poisoned tree?
Yes, indeed! All the charges on Kelly, Manafort, etc. say bye bye.
Byron York: Dossier author was in contact with Obama Justice Department
It's been 10 months since Washington learned that former British spy Christopher Steele, author of the so-called "Trump dossier," took the Hillary Clinton-funded opposition research document to the FBI, which considered sponsoring the anti-Trump work at the height of the 2016 presidential campaign. Now, congressional investigators have made what is perhaps an even more consequential discovery: Knowledge of the dossier project, during the campaign, extended into the highest levels of the Obama Justice Department.
The department's Bruce Ohr, a career official, served as associate deputy attorney general at the time of the campaign. That placed him just below the deputy attorney general, Sally Yates, who ran the day-to-day operations of the department. In 2016, Ohr's office was just steps away from Yates, who was later fired for defying President Trump's initial travel ban executive order and still later became a prominent anti-Trump voice upon leaving the Justice Department.
From my experience at my job, none of what Mueller has done will hold up in court! NONE of it.
From A Legal Perspective, Mueller’s Investigation is Dead. Here’s Why
Like a headless turkey running around in circles, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s anti-Trump investigation is dead, even if he does not yet realize it. While his investigation stumbles onward, with life support provided by the biased media, from a legal perspective the viability of any criminal case that Mueller could possibly bring has been effectively gutted thanks to the news (suppressed for months by Mueller’s team) that the FBI’s “key agent” in both the Russia investigation and the Clinton email probe was an ardent Hillary supporter with an anti-Trump bias.
Under federal law, a prosecutor is required “to disclose exculpatory and impeachment information to criminal defendants and to seek a just result in every case.” Specifically, pursuant to Giglio v. United States, prosecutors are obligated to provide defendants with impeachment evidence, which includes, according to the DOJ’s guidelines, evidence of a witness’s biases, “[a]nimosity toward defendant,” or “[a]nimosity toward a group of which the defendant is a member or with which the defendant is affiliated.”
As a result, in any prosecution brought by Mueller against a Republican target, defense counsel would be entitled under the Constitution to all evidence in the government’s possession relevant to exploring the apparent biases of FBI agent Peter Strzok and his animosity toward Trump and the Republican Party. This, in and of itself, could be a case-killer because it is very unlikely that Mueller or the DOJ would want defense counsel poring through all the records and documents, emails, and texts in the DOJ’s and Strzok’s possession revealing the agent’s biases since this could fatally undermine any other cases or investigations the agent has worked on—such as the FBI’s decision to recommend charging General Flynn with lying to federal agents even though Hillary Clinton’s besties, Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, were given a free pass despite apparently doing the same thing.
This is interesting. I assume the points made are true when certain conditions are met. However, the primary condition that has not been met is that there have been no charges brought. No impeachment has passed the House for trial in the Senate.
Seems to me the charade can go on until "they" think they have something worth pursuing. Until then the 4th estate will continue its campaign of hatred for all things and persons that are conservative until they exhaust themselves -- like a bully on the playground. Hopefully, G. Soros and his comrades will abandon their efforts toward "Killing America" before they die of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or intentional lead poisoning.