Trump Officially Pardons Former Campaign Aide George Papadopoulos, 14 Others

Trump Officially Pardons Former Campaign Aide George Papadopoulos, 14 Others | 22 Dec 2020 | President Donald Trump on Dec. 22 pardoned George Papadopoulos, his former campaign aide who pleaded guilty as part of the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. In a wave of pre-Christmas pardons, the president pardoned Papadopoulos, 33, as well as 14 others, including several former GOP congressmen. The White House said in a statement that the president was granting full pardons to 15 people and commuted part or all of the sentences of five others. Alex van der Zwaan, 36, a Belgian-born Dutch national, was one of the 15 granted a full pardon by Trump. He was sentenced to 30 days in prison in April 2018 for lying to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators about contacts with an official in the president's 2016 campaign. Others pardoned include former Republican Reps. Duncan Hunter of California and Chris Collins of New York and four former Blackwater contractors convicted in the deaths of Iraqi civilians in Nisour Square in Baghdad, including Nicholas Slatten, a former contractor for the company.

Explosion in Nashville that damaged 20 buildings, injured 3 people an 'intentional act'

Explosion in Nashville that damaged 20 buildings, injured 3 people an 'intentional act' | 25 Dec 2020 | Authorities believe an explosion that occurred in downtown early Christmas morning and was felt for miles was an "intentional act" sparked by a vehicle. Police responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle parked outside the AT&T building just before 6 a.m. Upon arrival, police said an officer "had reason" to alert the department's hazardous devices unit, which was en route, when a "significant explosion" happened. Three people were hospitalized with injuries, police said. At least 20 buildings were damaged, Nashville Mayor John Cooper said. Police and firefighters responded to an area near Second Avenue and Commerce Street about 6:45 a.m. Friday.

Explosion that rocked Nashville on Christmas morning appears to be 'intentional act,' police say

Explosion that rocked Nashville on Christmas morning appears to be 'intentional act,' police say --Blast 'linked to a vehicle,' under investigation by police, federal officials | 25 Dec 2020 | An explosion that shook downtown Nashville early Friday appears to have been "an intentional act," police said, as officers and firefighters investigated the scene with assistance from federal personnel. The Metro Nashville Police Department said the blast occurred at approximately 6:30 a.m. local time and was connected to a vehicle in the neighborhood. "This appears to have been an intentional act," the police department tweeted. "Law enforcement is closing downtown streets as investigation continues." They department said they are investigating along with the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Arizona Senators Sue to Enforce Subpoenas for Election Equipment, Records

Arizona Senators Sue to Enforce Subpoenas for Election Equipment, Records | 23 Dec 2020 | The president of the Arizona Senate and the chairman of the state senate's Judiciary Committee filed a lawsuit on Dec. 21 asking the Maricopa County Superior Court to enforce a pair of subpoenas that sought ballot tabulation equipment and voting records from county election officials. Arizona Senate President Karen Fann and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Eddie Farnsworth, both Republicans, had issued the subpoenas to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Dec. 15. In response, the board voted against complying and filed a lawsuit to determine whether it is obligated to produce the materials sought. The Arizona Senate lawsuit states that after the Nov. 3 election, state lawmakers were inundated with questions and complaints from citizens who were concerned with the integrity of the election and whether their votes were correctly counted.

Sidney Powell says White House officials have blocked her from speaking to President Trump

Sidney Powell says White House officials have blocked her from speaking to President Trump --She says the president's 'own people are misleading and undermining him' | 22 Dec 2020 | Attorney Sidney Powell says White House officials have barred her from speaking to President Donald Trump, claiming the president's "own people are misleading and undermining him." Powell told The Washington Examiner that her access to Trump has been cut off since Friday, when the president reportedly floated the idea of appointing her to serve as a special counsel to investigate voter fraud -- which was an idea shot down by some of his advisers. "I haven't met or spoken with the President since Friday night," Powell told the Examiner. "The President knows this election was stolen but he is not getting the support he, the Constitution, and the Republic deserve. His own people are misleading and undermining him while protecting their own careers and agendas."

NYC health care worker suffers reaction to COVID-19 vaccine

NYC health care worker suffers reaction to COVID-19 vaccine --The city's health department said the reaction would not affect rollout plans | 23 Dec 2020 | An unidentified health care worker in New York City suffered a "significant" adverse reaction after receiving the first of Pfizer's two-dose COVID-19 vaccine. The worker is said to be stable after receiving treatment. It was not clear how long after the shot was administered that the reaction occurred, but the CDC previously said it is aware of six adverse advents, all of which occurred within a 30-minute window post-jab.

Some Republican Senators Are on Board With Electoral College Challenge: Rep. Taylor-Greene

Some Republican Senators Are on Board With Electoral College Challenge: Rep. Taylor-Greene | 23 Dec 2020 | Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) said that some Republican senators will join an effort to challenge Electoral College votes when the Joint Session of Congress meets on Jan. 6. The process requires one senator and one House representative to initiate. Other than Taylor-Greene, Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) and a number of GOP House lawmakers have pledged they would challenge the votes. "We have a very strong case, and our numbers are growing strong," she said Tuesday on Newsmax of the effort. "We talked to senators and we're good to go for this objection."

Peter Navarro Says 379,000 Illegal Ballots Were Cast in Michigan

Peter Navarro Says 379,000 Illegal Ballots Were Cast in Michigan | 21 Dec 2020 | Last Thursday, Dr. Peter Navarro released an explosive report outlining the fraud in the 2020 election. The report explained how Democrats cheated in the 2020 election in various contested states. Notably however, the report did not include a detailed breakdown of Michigan. At the time of the report, Dr. Narravo explained there was insufficient data to draw estimates of how the various types of irregularities in Michigan translate into possible illegal votes. This morning, Dr. Navarro joined Steve Bannon's War Room: Pandemic. During the interview (48:00 mark), Navarro told Bannon he now has the "receipts" for Michigan. Dr. Navarro explained that Biden’s lead in Michigan is currently alleged to be 154,000 votes. "My top line number at this point for illegal, possibly illegal ballots, is 379,000," Navarro said. "That’s more than twice the victory margin," he continued.

Trump announces 'wild' protest in DC on January 6 - the day Congress will count Electoral College votes - and claims it is 'impossible' he lost the election

Trump announces 'wild' protest in DC on January 6 - the day Congress will count Electoral College votes - and claims it is 'impossible' he lost the election | 19 Dec 2020 | President Trump is promising to hold a 'wild' protest in Washington D.C. in the first week of the new year as he continues to deny that he lost the election. The rally is scheduled for January 6th - the same day Congress is scheduled to meet to accept the presidential election results. 'Statistically impossible to have lost the 2020 Election,' Trump tweeted on Saturday. 'Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild!' [CLG will be there and Michael Rectenwald will be speaking!]

Trump Threatens to Veto Stimulus Deal, Calls for $2,000 Direct Payments to Americans

Trump Threatens to Veto Stimulus Deal, Calls for $2,000 Direct Payments to Americans | 22 Dec 2020 | President Donald Trump said that Congress needs to pass a pandemic stimulus bill that includes $2,000 direct payments to Americans--not the $600 ones--or else he will veto it. "Congress found plenty of money for foreign countries, lobbyists, and special interests," Trump said on Tuesday night in a video released on his social media pages. "While sending the bare minimum to the American people who need it." "It wasn't their fault; it was China's fault." The president said that he will veto the bill unless Congress can provide more money in stimulus payments and loans to small businesses in the midst of the pandemic. "I am asking Congress to amend this bill and increase the ridiculously low $600 to $2,000, or $4,000 for a couple," he said. "I am also asking Congress to get rid of the unnecessary and wasteful items in this legislation."

Congress's 5,593-page porky 'relief' bill is essence of the swamp

Congress's 5,593-page porky 'relief' bill is essence of the swamp | 22 Dec 2020 | (Opinion) The $900 billion stimulus package COVID-19 "relief" bill is exactly what one would expect from a dysfunctional, tone-deaf Congress: a pork-filled cluster filled with anything and everything that has nothing to do with the coronavirus pandemic or relief. And in the swampiest thing ever, the bill, which is combined with a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill, is 5,593 pages long, or 5,583 pages too many, was given to lawmakers six hours before a vote to review what exactly is in it (hint: more pork than a Tyson Foods plant)... Exhibit A: "Of the funds appropriated under title III of the Act that are made available for assistance for Pakistan, not less than $15,000,000 shall be made available for democracy programs and not less than $10,000,000 shall be made available for gender programs." Yep. $10 million. For gender programs. In Pakistan. Exhibit B: Funds for "Resource Study of Springfield (Illinois) Race Riot." That riot occurred in (checks notes) 1908. Exhibit C: "Statement of Policy Regarding the Succession or Reincarnation of the Dalai Lama." ...Exhibits F, G, H, I, J: $86 million for assistance to Cambodia; $130 million to Nepal, $135 million to Burma, $453 million to [the Nazis running] Ukraine, $700 million to Sudan.

Pictures show mountains of mail not getting delivered

Pictures show mountains of mail not getting delivered | 17 Dec 2020 | Cleveland (WJW) The FOX 8 I-Team obtained new pictures revealing endless loads of mail waiting to get delivered to you. So, we tried tracking down the local postmaster to find out what's being done about backlogs with your holiday mail. The pictures reveal rows and rows of large boxes holding cards, letters and packages. You can also see boxes stacked on top of each other. Multiple sources told us these pictures include mail moving through Cleveland. Many of you keep telling us about mail you're not getting and mail not going where you send it.

Trump Calls for More Stimulus Payments: 'It Was the Fault of China,' Not Americans

Trump Calls for More Stimulus Payments: 'It Was the Fault of China,' Not Americans | 20 Dec 2020 | President Donald Trump implored Congress to pass a bill that includes direct stimulus payments after the provision was rejected last week. "Why isn't Congress giving our people a Stimulus Bill?" the president asked Saturday night. "It wasn't their fault, it was the fault of China," he added, referring to the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus that caused a worldwide pandemic. "GET IT DONE, and give them more money in direct payments." Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) worked together to include the stimulus payments. Reports have indicated that the final bill will include $600 stimulus payments. Hawley had pushed for another round of $1,200 stimulus payments, which were issued under the CARES Act in March. Some Democrats had sought a similar amount, or more.

Congress to pass deal with $600 stimulus checks

Congress to pass deal with $600 stimulus checks | 20 Dec 2020 | A pared-down second round of stimulus checks is included in a roughly $900 billion coronavirus relief deal announced by congressional leadership on Sunday night. The agreement, announced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on the floor, includes a $600 check for individuals who make up to $75,000 per year. Though it's the same income cap included in the March CARES Act, the amount of the check is half of the $1,200 for individuals that was included in the earlier bill... But there was support for another round of checks on both sides of the aisle. House progressives pushed for their inclusion, and Sens. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) teamed up to try to get the second round to match the $1,200 included in the March bill.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Blasts Pfizer for Shirking Liability Amidst Frenzied COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Blasts Pfizer for Shirking Liability Amidst Frenzied COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout | 18 Dec 2020 | Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is refusing a COVID-19 vaccine, citing liability concerns for his skepticism of the experimental shots prepared by monolithic pharmaceutical corporations for profit. He made the point in colorful terms, singling out the Big Pharma giant, Pfizer, as a vaccine maker that is benefiting from liability waivers. "In the Pfizer contract it's very clear: 'we're not responsible for any side effects.' If you turn into a crocodile, it's your problem," Bolsonaro said on Thursday... Bolsonaro has vowed to make COVID-19 vaccines free for the people Brazil, but he refuses to make them compulsory and does not plan to ever take one, which has enraged technocrats urging blind compliance.

 

Trump Says Voting Machines May Have Been Breached by SolarWinds Hack During Election

Trump Says Voting Machines May Have Been Breached by SolarWinds Hack During Election | 19 Dec 2020 | President Donald Trump said on Saturday that voting machines may have been hacked during the November election. "There could also have been a hit on our ridiculous voting machines during the election," he wrote in a Twitter post. The president apparently was referring to the SolarWinds hack which caused a number of government agencies to be compromised. He said the hack is not as big as it's reported. "The Cyber Hack is far greater in the Fake News Media than in actuality," he wrote. "I have been fully briefed and everything is well under control."

Trump campaign takes fight over Penn. election, ballot laws to Supreme Court

Trump campaign takes fight over Penn. election, ballot laws to Supreme Court | 20 Dec 2020 | President Trump's campaign team on Sunday filed an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to reverse several cases by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to change the state's mail balloting law before and after the 2020 presidential "election." The president's campaign alleged in a statement that the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court's changing of the law was a violation of Article II of the U.S. Constitution and Bush v. Gore. The petition cites a "related Pennsylvania case" where Justice Samuel Alito and two other justices observed the constitutionality of the state court's decision to extend the statutory deadline for receipt of mail ballots from 8 p.m. on Election Day to 5 p.m. three days later. The campaign team said the constitutionality of the court's decision had "national importance" and may violate the U.S. Constitution.

'Last train from Saigon' London stations 'like a war zone' as thousands race to flee capital by rail and road before Tier 4 lockdown

'Last train from Saigon' London stations 'like a war zone' as thousands race to flee capital by rail and road before Tier 4 lockdown | 20 Dec 2020 | Thousands of Londoners defied the Government and fled the capital last night after Boris Johnson cancelled Christmas for millions in the South East. The city's stations were said to be like "war zones" as locals skipped town before the tough new Tier 4 lockdown came into effect at midnight. British Transport Police are now expected to deploy additional officers to ensure only essential journeys are taking place... Commmuter Harriet Clugston, who filmed the scenes at St Pancras, compared it to Saigon at the end of the Vietnam War when people were desperate to flee before the Viet Cong invaded. She tweeted: "Last train out of Saigon. Queue at St Pancras as we wait to board the Leeds-bound train."

Georgia student jailed for 4 months after violating COVID-19 quarantine

Georgia student jailed for 4 months after violating COVID-19 quarantine--The law calls for a fine of up to $12,000 and up to two years in prison, according to AP. | 17 Dec 2020 | An 18-year-old college student from Georgia and her boyfriend were sentenced to four months in prison in the Cayman Islands for allegedly violating strict coronavirus measures in late November, according to The Associated Press (AP). Skylar Mack and her boyfriend Vanjae Ramgeet, who lives in the Cayman Islands, both pleaded guilty to one count of failing to comply with COVID-19 regulations and were jailed immediately after their sentences were handed down Tuesday. Mack arrived in the Cayman Islands on Nov. 27 and was required to undergo a minimum 14-day quarantine per the government's guidelines. Two days later, Mack left her residence after removing a bracelet that allows the government to electronically track the location of those required to stay home so she could watch Ramgeet compete in a jet ski event.

FDA investigating allergic reactions to Pfizer vaccine reported in multiple states

FDA investigating allergic reactions to Pfizer vaccine reported in multiple states | 19 Dec 2020 | The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating allergic reactions to the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine that were reported in multiple states after it began to be administered this week. Peter Marks, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, told reporters late Friday that the reactions had been reported in more than one state besides Alaska and that the FDA is probing five reactions...Marks said the FDA was not certain what caused the reactions but indicated a chemical called polyethylene glycol, which is present in the vaccines produced by Pfizer and BioNTech as well as by Moderna "could be the culprit." The reports of allergic reactions in Alaska follow two similar cases reported last week in Britain, the first nation to approve Pfizer’s vaccine.

Chicago-area hospital to resume vaccinations after 4 workers experience adverse reactions - report

Chicago-area hospital to resume vaccinations after 4 workers experience adverse reactions - report --Three of the employees were recovering well at home while the fourth was continuing to receive medical attention | 19 Dec 2020 | A hospital north of Chicago says it plans to resume coronavirus vaccinations for its staff Sunday, following a temporary pause after four employees experienced adverse reactions to the Pfizer treatment. The employees' symptoms included tingling and elevated heart rates, FOX 32 of Chicago reported Friday after the shots were administered a day earlier. Three of the employees were recovering well at home while the fourth was continuing to receive medical attention, the report said. On Saturday, Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, Ill., said it would restart vaccinations for other employees beginning Sunday.

CDC issues new guidance addressing allergic reactions to coronavirus vaccine

CDC issues new guidance addressing allergic reactions to coronavirus vaccine | 19 Dec 2020 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new guidelines on Saturday to address reported severe allergic reactions to the coronavirus vaccine. The agency said it recently "learned of reports" of some people experiencing severe allergic reactions after getting inoculated. The agency defined a "severe reaction" as one where a person needs to be treated with epinephrine or requires hospitalization. The CDC said that people who have a severe allergic reactions after the first dose should not get the second shot. [Or, you can avoid the problem completely by never getting the first shot.] The guidelines come after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it was looking into five severe reactions to Pfizer's vaccine reported this week. Two reactions were reported in Alaska, and the others have been reported in other states.

Joe Biden Appears to Outperform in Counties Using Dominion or HART Voting Machines - Data Analyst

Joe Biden Appears to Outperform in Counties Using Dominion or HART Voting Machines - Data Analyst | 19 Dec 2020 | Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden outperforms in counties that use the Dominion or HART InterCivic voting machines, according to a data analyst. "Analysis evidence suggests the use of the Dominion X/ICX BMD (Ballot Marking Device) machine, manufactured by Dominion Voting Systems, and machines from HART InterCivic appear to have abnormally influenced election results," the data analyst wrote in a report that went public on Thursday. The data analyst, who chose to remain anonymous for safety reasons, has 30 years of experience in data analysis, according to his profile reviewed by The Epoch Times... The results show Biden falling above the prediction line in 78 percent of counties that use voting machines from those two companies. His analysis also indicates that Biden consistently received 5.6 percent more votes in those counties than he should have.

Maricopa County Board Votes Against Complying With Subpoenas to Audit Voting Machines

Maricopa County Board Votes Against Complying With Subpoenas to Audit Voting Machines | 18 Dec 2020 | The Board of Supervisors in Arizona's Maricopa County on Friday voted 4-1 to file a complaint in the Arizona Superior Court and won’t comply with state Senate-issued subpoenas to hand over voting machines used in the Nov. 3 election for an audit, as well as an audit of scanned ballots. A lawsuit will be filed against lawmakers in the Arizona State Legislature to block the enforcement of the subpoenas, county officials said. The subpoenas were issued earlier this week by the Senate Judiciary Committee. Chairman Eddie Farnsworth, a Republican, had issued the subpoena to audit Dominion Voting Systems machines and ballots in the county, with a deadline for Friday at 5 p.m. Maricopa County Chairman of the Board Clint Hickman, a Republican, said during Friday’s session the subpoenas were unconstitutional and a "slap in the face."

Georgia Poll Workers Who Raised Election Concerns Get Terminated

Georgia Poll Workers Who Raised Election Concerns Get Terminated | 18 Dec 2020 | Poll workers in Georgia who raised concerns about election irregularities were informed this week that their contracts are not being renewed, according to letters obtained by Epoch Media Group. Bridget Thorne and Susan Voyles say they witnessed abnormal actions taken during the election in Fulton County. They've spoken to news outlets and state legislators about what they saw. In the new letters, Dwight Brower, elections consultant for the Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections, informs the women that Georgia law enables officials to appoint poll managers, and managers must be reappointed for each election event. "I see it as a direct consequence of my being honest," Voyles told NTD, which is part of Epoch Media Group.

Connecticut's COVID-19 Vaccine Advisory Group held closed-door meeting on coronavirus vaccine distribution, against state law

Connecticut's COVID-19 Vaccine Advisory Group held closed-door meeting on coronavirus vaccine distribution, against state law | 18 Dec 2020 | After lawmakers and public information advocates decried the opacity of Gov. Ned Lamont's Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group, the governor's administration pledged to flip the script with its COVID-19 Vaccine Advisory Group. But despite the governor's promise of open meetings, the vaccine advisory group's transparency took a detour in early December, when the group's Allocations Subcommittee held a closed-door meeting. Av Harris, spokesperson for the state Department of Public Health, said that the private nature of the Dec. 2 meeting was "unintentional." [?] ...At the meeting, the subcommittee discussed and voted on a recommendation for how the governor should distribute the first doses of the coronavirus vaccine. But the meeting could not be accessed by either reporters or members of the general public. State law requires that the meeting be properly noticed and held in public, similar to a local board of education or city council meeting.

Tucker Carlson doubles down on mocking illiterate Jill Biden

Tucker Carlson doubles down on mocking illiterate Jill Biden | 18 Dec 2020 | Fox News host Tucker Carlson doubled down on mocking Jill Biden on his Wednesday show, labeling her as "illiterate" and blasting her [so-called] doctoral dissertation. On his Wednesday show, Carlson continued his criticism against Biden and her doctoral degree in education, piling on earlier attacks after The Wall Street Journal published an op-ed last week encouraging her not to use the "Dr." title as a non-medical doctor. On air, Carlson took to criticizing Biden's doctoral dissertation [sic], which she earned [sic] from the University of Delaware in 2007, calling it "our national shame." "Dr. Jill needs reading glasses," he said. "Either that or she's borderline illiterate. There are typos everywhere including in the first graph of the introduction. Dr. Jill can't write. She can't really think clearly either." "The whole thing is just incredibly embarrassing and not simply to poor illiterate Jill Biden but to the college that considered this crap scholarship, embarrassing in fact to our entire system of higher education, to the nation itself," Carlson added.

Forensic audit finds that security log files were deleted from all Dominion machines to hide vote-switching

Forensic audit finds that security log files were deleted from all Dominion machines to hide vote-switching | 15 Dec 2020 | After election officials identified "glitches" that switched 6,000 Trump votes to Biden, the courts in Antrim County Michigan ordered an audit of Dominion voting machines. The forensic audit was carried out by the Allied Security Operations Group (ASOG). This group conducted a forensic duplication on the county's election management server. They investigated compact flash cards used by local precincts in their Dominion ImageCast system, and they audited the memory sticks used by Dominion Voter Assist Terminals and the memory sticks used for the poll book. This forensic audit found blatant evidence of a coordinated attack on the 2020 Presidential election. The Federal Election Commission allows an error rate of .0008 percent for all voting machines used in US elections. The Dominion machines in Antrim county had an error rate of 68.05 percent! Even more shocking: The ballot-adjudication logs and the security logs for the November 3 general election were removed. All log files for previous elections were still contained on the machines, but someone on the inside was able to erase the all-important log files for the 2020 election.

Mitch McConnell received donations from Dominion Voting Systems and shut down two election integrity bills in 2020

Mitch McConnell received donations from Dominion Voting Systems and shut down two election integrity bills in 2020 | 18 Dec 2020 | The Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell (R-KY) [who Trump should have jettisoned day one along w. Paul Ryan], is urging Senate Republicans to accept the Biden electors without objection when they are presented to Congress on January 6... A closer examination of Mitch McConnell finds he took donations from lobbyists who work for Dominion Voting Systems. Dominion lobbyists, David Cohen and Brian Wild both donated to the McConnell campaign funds in March of 2020. McConnell also received thousands of dollars from Emily Kirlin and Jen Olson, lobbyists for ES&S, another voting system company. Both Dominion and ES&S represent about 80 percent of all voting machines in the country. Both systems rely on a software developed by Microsoft called "Election Guard." McConnell also helped suppress election integrity efforts earlier in 2020. In July, McConnell blocked two bills that would "bolster election security." One of the bills would have required a physical paper trail of every single ballot cast in the country. The forensic audit of Dominion Voting Systems found that the security and log files were missing for the 2020 election -- the trail of fraud concealed, erased. Every ballot that was adjudicated and potentially switched by Democrats could not be adequately traced. McConnell blocked the bill that would have required a physical trail, revealing his true intentions with the 2020 election. He also opposed an election integrity bill that would mandate political candidates, their staff members, and their families to notify the FBI if any foreign government offered to assist them.

New Peter Strzok Texts Undermine Official Narrative on Start of 'Russia Collusion' Investigation

New Peter Strzok Texts Undermine Official Narrative on Start of 'Russia Collusion' Investigation | 17 Dec 2020 | Newly-released texts from former FBI agent Peter Strzok suggest that the Obama administration's investigation of then-candidate Donald Trump for supposed "Russia collusion" began earlier than the official government narrative has acknowledged. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), who chairs the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, released new texts on Thursday from Strzok. One text, dated July 28, 2016, refers to "[o]ur open C[counter-]I[ntelligence] investigations relating to Trump's Russian connections." ...A Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General report in December 2019 claimed that the FBI opened its investigation into the Trump campaign, known as Operation Crossfire Hurricane, on July 31, 2016, three days after receiving the Downey tip. But the Strzok text, written to FBI lawyer Lisa Page -- with whom he had an affair -- suggests that the FBI already had open "investigations," plural, on supposed connections between Trump and Russia, none of which ever turned up any evidence.

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