Attorney General Jeff Sessions "acquitted himself beautifully" in his
testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday, former
special counsel Ken Starr told Fox News’s Martha MacCallum.
don’t think a lot was revealed today. I don’t think we’re much farther
down the road," Starr said of the Russia investigation. "But I think
that the American people saw that this attorney general is just a great
human being with an enormous amount of passion and determination to try
his very best to do the right thing."
Starr, whose investigation
into the Clintons’ Whitewater real estate investments eventually led to
former President Bill Clinton’s impeachment, argued that former FBI
Director James Comey "violated, perhaps law, but he certainly violated
policy time and time again."
He seemed confident about special counsel Robert Mueller, however, describing him as “very able and honest.”
going to be thorough, he’s going to be professional," Starr said. "And
you simply go where the evidence leads you ... so, let's allow him to do
New Shocking Testimony: How Far Did Obama Go to Secure Iran Deal?
What we’ve already learned about the lengths to which Barack Obama
went to secure his precious Iranian nuclear deal should be enough to
trigger a full-fledged congressional investigation. The secret pallets
of money sent in the dead of night – money
that turned out to be a ransom for U.S. citizens held in Iranian
prisons. The hostages WE let go, some of whom were dangerous spies and
terrorists. The secret side deals that escaped the scrutiny of U.S.
lawmakers. The text of the deal itself, which put Iran in charge of
monitoring their own adherence to the nuclear restrictions.
President Trump called it one of the worst deals in history. That might have been an understatement.
But this deal is the gift that keeps on giving, so to speak. Because
with every passing month, we learn something new. We learn that the
Obama administration went even further than we thought, all to ensure
the president secured this historically-terrible agreement.
Now, thanks to the congressional testimony of former Defense
Department adviser David Asher, we are learning that Obama’s government
“systematically disbanded” any and all investigatory units looking into
Iran’s funding of terrorism around the world.
“Senior leadership, presiding, directing, and overseeing various
sections and portions of the U.S. intelligence community systematically
disbanded any internal or external stakeholder action that threatened to
derail the administration’s policy agenda focused on Iran,” Asher told
the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Thursday.
U.S. sending Christians back to Iraq to face certain death from Islamic jihadis By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch
It is unlikely that Trump knows about this, given his initial
determination to ensure that refugees from Muslim persecution be given
preferential treatment. Whoever is making this happen is likely trying
to punish the Chaldeans for opposing the mosque. This person should be
identified and fired, and these deportations halted. Trump may not know
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The Washington Post, in its one-year look-back on the
horrific terror attack that killed 49 innocents at the Orlando nightclub
Pulse, completely overlooked mention of the words “Islam” or “jihad,”
and instead focused on the “gun violence” angle.
Talk about a biased piece — an Islam apologist piece.
It’s been a year since that attack, and apparently the left-leaning
media still can’t comprehend that America was struck by an Islamic
terrorist. And what makes this failure to recognize truths all the more
egregious is that the Islamic terror attack at Pulse was a targeting of
gays — one of the very populations the left pretends to care about and
“It’s been one year since the horrific Orlando nightclub
terror attack at the hands of a radical Islamic terrorist and the
Washington Post is still trying to figure out what could have possibly
motivated the mass murder.
“On Monday, the Post published a strange column––flagged by the
Washington Free Beacon this morning––that omitted any mention that
Islamic terrorism played a role in the slaughter of 49 innocent people
at the Pulse nightclub on that June evening in Orlando, FL.