Wednesday, May 23, 2018

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'Too Politicized': There Are FBI Agents That Want To Torch McCabe And Comey Before Congress

'Too Politicized': There Are FBI Agents That Want To Torch McCabe And Comey Before Congress
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has seen better days. The preeminent law enforcement and domestic intelligence agency has been upended by the leadership of former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Both men were fired. Comey was dismissed by Trump in May of 2017, while McCabe was justifiably axed for lying to investigators over unauthorized media leaks based on recommendation by the Office of Public Responsibility citing the report filed by Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz, an Obama appointee, on his conduct. It was not pretty. He lied under oath three times.

Yet, there are other scars. As Kerry Picket reported for The Daily Caller, there are agents at the Washington Field Office who are sick of the damage Comey and McCabe have inflicted on the bureau. Picket cited Joe DiGenova, a former federal prosecutor and Trump official, who maintains contact with agents at the FBI. He said these agents want to be subpoenaed by Congress in order to have protections from retribution, and so that Congress will pay their legal fees. They’re appalled at how politicized the front office has become, adding if you go against the Clintons, “you’re crushed” (via Daily Caller):
Russia threat? Or jihad? Sweden distributes ‘be prepared for war’ leaflet to all 4.8m homes

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch

“The publication comes as the debate on security – and the possibility of joining Nato – has intensified in Sweden in the wake of Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 and recent incursions into Swedish airspace and territorial waters by Russian planes and submarines.” Is Sweden really worried about a Russian invasion? Or is it […]
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Daughter of whistleblower who revealed WV school proselytizing for Islam told “We are gonna get some people and kill your dad”

Geller Report readers will recall our recent report about Mountain Ridge Middle School in West Virginia, which instructed students to write out the shahada, the Islamic profession of faith. Then when our report began getting notice, teachers started trying to cover their tracks, telling people to remove their posts about the matter.

Now the story gets even worse. Ron Penkoski, the courageous parent who took issue with this public school proselytizing for Islam, is being threatened by students who attend the school with his daughter (and who is behind them? Unidentified “adult friends”).

Do the police have any interest in this? Or would that be “islamofauxbic”?

He sent this message to me:

A student in the school threatened to get her adult friends to come to my home and kill me by stabbing me in the chest and ripping my organs out. They told my daughter “we are gonna get some people and kill your dad.”

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Developing now, Wednesday, May 23, 2018
  • Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigators didn’t seem to care when told about alleged informants in the 2016 Trump presidential campaign, a former adviser says
  • President Trump casts new doubt that a scheduled June 12 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will happen, telling reporters there was a 'very substantial chance that it won’t work out'
  • Porn star Stormy Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, faces increasing scrutiny over his business dealings after a judge orders his law firm to pay $10 million to a former colleague
  • A longtime business associate of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to tax fraud in a deal where he agreed to cooperate with ongoing investigations
  • Four states -- Georgia, Texas, Arkansas and Kentucky -- cast votes in primary and runoff races ahead of the November midterms Tuesday, with Georgia Democrats giving Atlanta lawyer Stacey Abrams a chance to become the first black female governor in American history and a Kentucky high school math teacher upsetting the state's House GOP leader in close race