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Gowdy Eviscerates Andrew McCabe: “I’ll Be Surprised If He’s Still An Employee Of The FBI By This Time Next Week”

Once again echoing the dinner conversations of a growing number of American households around the country, Representative Trey Gowdy (R-SC) ripped into FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe on Fox News regarding text messages released earlier this week between Agent Peter Strzok and lawyer Lisa Page that revealed an FBI plot, allegedly hatched in McCabe's office, to prevent a Trump presidency at all costs.  Among other things, Gowdy said he would be somewhat shocked if McCabe was still an...

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FBI Supervisor Walks Into A Bar, Meets A Stripper, Wakes Up With No Gun, No Rolex, No Dignity…

With a whole host of controversies surrounding the FBI, from Comey's mishandling of Hillary's email case to Mueller's Uranium One blunders, the last thing the agency needed was yet another scandal.  Unfortunately, thanks to the late night drunken antics of one counterterrorism supervisor and a gaggle of strippers, a new embarrassing scandal is exactly what they have. Sometime back in July, Robert Manson, a unit chief in the FBI’s international terrorism section, walked into a bar at the...

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13 Shocking Facts About Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller

Talking heads act like Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is fair, impartial and unbiased. But the facts are a wee bit different ... Failure to Aggressively Prosecute the BCCI Scandal The BBC noted: [Mueller] is also known for leading the probe into the 1991 collapse of the Luxembourg-registered Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI). Williams Safire wrote in the New York Times: The B.C.C.I. scandal involves the laundering of drug money, the illicit financing of terrorism and of...

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FBI Questions Second Person In Connection With NYC Terror Attack

Update: The FBI's Bill Sweeney said during a press conference announcing charges against Saipov that the bureau had located Kadirov, who was wanted for questioning in the atack. "We found him - I'll leave it at that," he said. * * * In a surprising development that could undercut Gov. Andrew Cuomo's insistence that there was "no evidence of a wider plot" in connection with last night's grisly rampage in Lower Manhattan, the FBI is reportedly looking for...

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Vegas Massacre Timeline Changes Again

Authored by Carey Wedler via TheAntiMedia.org, Earlier this week, police investigating the Las Vegas shooting made headlines when they changed the official timeline of events in the deadly massacre on October 1.   They had initially reported that gunman Stephen Paddock shot Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos after he fired into the crowd at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. Campos was credited with stopping the attack. This week, the Los Angeles Times further summarized the original...

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FBI ‘Hand-In-Hand’ With Vegas PD, Begin Damage Control: “There Is No Conspiracy… Nobody Is Attempt to Hide Anything”

Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department appeared to be visibly shaken when told reporters Friday that he wasn’t attempting to be “subversive” in previous statements he made surrounding details of the October 1 massacre at the Route 91 Music Festival where 58 people lost their lives. As Intellihub details, in the ‘no questions’ conference, which members of the independent media were not allowed to attend, the sheriff said that...

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Tracking Military Weaponry Flowing To America’s Local Police Departments

Authored by Adam Andrzejewski via Forbes.com, Last  week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced President Donald Trump's plan to distribute military gear to state and local law enforcement agencies. The rule change means weapons typically reserved for war-time use – tracked armored (tank-like) vehicles, weaponized aircraft and vessels, grenade launchers, bayonets, and firearms with ammunition of .50-caliber or higher – will start flowing to local law enforcement...

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Trump To Lift Obama-Era Ban On Sale Of Military Weapons To Police

More than two years after it was initiated by President Obama, the Trump administration is preparing to lift a ban on the sale of some military style weapons to police, according to the Hill. The reversal, which was widely expected, was confirmed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday during a scheduled address at the annual meeting of the Fraternal Order of Police, the nation's largest police union. “Those restrictions went too far,” Sessions said Monday. “We will...

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63 Shot, 8 Dead In Chicago’s 2nd Most Violent Weekend Of 2017

More people were shot in Chicago over this past weekend than any other this year, except for the Fourth of July weekend that spanned four days.  According to the Chicago Tribune and police data, a total of 63 people were shot and 8 were killed as violence erupted all over the city. At least 63 people were shot in the city, and eight of them were killed, police said.  More than half of them were wounded over 13 hours from Saturday to early Sunday.  At least 16 more people...

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How a Dog Named Brutus Was Used to Steal $36,000

Via The Daily Bell For the egregious crime of being in the right lane at the wrong time, a driver was pulled over in Lowndes County, Georgia. Thanks to the heroic efforts of one Georgia State Police dog, and his faithful officer, a major threat to the people of Georgia is off the streets. The responding police dog, Brutus, made a major bust. The vehicle was transporting $36,000 of cash; an imminent danger to Georgians across the state.The cash may have eluded officers if not for the...

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