Fox News reports on the leaks on the Jeffrey Epstein suicide and the witch hunt

Wait for the report before thinking strangulation. An autopsy on the body of Jeffrey Epstein reveals the convicted sex offender had several broken bones in his neck, according to reports. Former assistant U.S. attorney Andrew McCarthy reacts to the investigation and details his new book ‘Ball of Collusion’ on the Russia probe. #FoxNews

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Fox News reports on the leaks on the Jeffrey Epstein suicide and the witch hunt

Wait for the report before thinking strangulation.

An autopsy on the body of Jeffrey Epstein reveals the convicted sex offender had several broken bones in his neck, according to reports. Former assistant U.S. attorney Andrew McCarthy reacts to the investigation and details his new book ‘Ball of Collusion’ on the Russia probe. #FoxNews

Anonymous said:Wow! Who the heck knows, JD? If you remember the Steele dossier was taken as proof of Trump being a Russian agent

Anonymous said:Wow! Who the heck knows, JD? If you remember the Steele dossier was taken as proof of Trump being a Russian agent

Anonymous said:
Wow! Who the heck knows, JD? If you remember the Steele dossier was taken as proof of Trump being a Russian agent. Now even the NYT admitted that the dossier was a piece of garbage. Bob Woodward /who is not a Trump fan by any means/ is now saying that the process of taking unverified info as a piece of evidence must be investigated.
Again, here is the video, please watch this,…

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Anonymous said:Wow! Who the heck knows, JD? If you remember the Steele dossier was taken as proof of Trump being a Russian agent

Wow! Who the heck knows, JD? If you remember the Steele dossier was taken as proof of Trump being a Russian agent. Now even the NYT admitted that the dossier was a piece of garbage. Bob Woodward /who is not a Trump fan by any means/ is now saying that the process of taking unverified info as a piece of evidence must be investigated.
Again, here is the video, please watch this, it’s that important! It’s long, but it’s chilling as well as eye-opening. Friends don’t spy on friends, ever!
https://youtu.be/bU_X_nhtCNM
Trump supports Brexit!  Let your voices be heard and welcome him as he comes to the UK.
It should be investigated and as Trump knows this is a great travesty of democracy.  Don’t tread on me! That saying goes back to the revolution against Britain, taxation without representation, no voice and the same is happening in Europe.
Good for my cousins in the UK for voting to Exit Europe. Fight for the right!
thank you anon, 🌸😎

Here we go again, the left is trying make a fairy tale come true

Here we go again, the left is trying make a fairy tale come true

The New Times and Politico are now saying that Horowitz’s team will address questions on the Steele dossier. For all we know there are two things which came out to be false. /Micheal Cohen was never in Prague. A sex tape did not exist/
“With Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report now out in the open, attention is likely to return in coming weeks to the salacious and unverified anti-Trump…

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Here we go again, the left is trying make a fairy tale come true

The New Times and Politico are now saying that Horowitz’s team will address questions on the Steele dossier. For all we know there are two things which came out to be false. /Micheal Cohen was never in Prague. A sex tape did not exist/
“With Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report now out in the open, attention is likely to return in coming weeks to the salacious and unverified anti-Trump dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele — a dossier whose more sensational claims were not substantiated by Mueller’s team.

The dossier, funded by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, sent shockwaves through the country and the halls of power in D.C. when it was published in January 2017, complete with lurid tales of a sex tape featuring prostitutes that the Russian government was said to be holding over President Trump’s head.

But despite an intensive two-year investigation, Mueller’s team found no evidence of any such tape. It also said it didn’t have evidence of another claim in the dossier that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen met with Russian officials in Prague.

The New York Times, in a lengthy article on the Steele dossier’s current standing, noted that there is no evidence in the Mueller report on a number of claims: “DNC moles, Romanian hackers, Russian pensioners — or years of Trump-Putin intelligence trafficking.” But a lawyer for Fusion GPS, the firm that commissioned the dossier, told The Times that the Mueller probe backed up “the core reporting” in the Steele memos — including that Russian President Vladimir Putin directed “a covert operation” to have Trump elected.

Now, with a redacted version of Mueller’s report public and pressure building for the release of an unredacted version, attention is set to turn toward the investigation by DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, who confirmed at a panel discussion in March that his office is continuing to review potential surveillance abuses by the FBI.
At the heart of the controversy over the Steele dossier is not just how reliable its contents were, but also what role it played in the FBI’s application for a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) warrant against former Trump campaign aide Carter Page. Horowitz has said he will address the question of whether the FBI followed all “legal requirements” when applying for that warrant.

Judicial Watch sues FBI for records of communications and payments to Christopher Steele Video
Politico reported Wednesday that Horowitz’s team has been “intensely focused on gauging Steele’s credibility as a source” for the FBI. One official told the outlet that he had the impression that the IG report “is going to try and deeply undermine” Steele.

Republicans in Congress have long focused on the dossier, claiming that it formed the origins of what became Mueller’s Russia investigation. They and the president have noted in particular the dossier’s funding by the DNC and Clinton campaign.

“You can’t have the FBI using one party’s opposition research document to launch an investigation and spy on the other party’s campaign,” Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said on “Cavuto Live” on Saturday.

According to Politico, Steele intends to rebut the IG’s characterizations in the form of a rare public statement, but he has declined to be interviewed — citing the potential impropriety of his involvement in an internal Justice Department investigation as a foreign national.

The Times, meanwhile, reports that Steele made it clear to associates in 2017 that he considered the dossier to be raw intelligence — a starting point for further investigation.”

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They basically threw the dossier out as unreliable and does a spy stop spying? I think not. There’s agenda methinks.  What we read today is that is points back to the Obama administrations which we knew that in 2014 Obama didn’t do diddly squat about it.

The recent video I posted says it involves MI6 it’s not some electronic voice video; please watch that.  I doubt that the spy is going to come forward and be interviewed.  More like he hiding his ass somewhere. Raw intelligence, WTF does that mean?  Half truths? tabloid  💩

Can they be that stupid? I was a Democrat my entire life and this so hard to believe that they want to keep on perpetuating lies! When does it all end?

Thank you anon, 🌸😎

FBI had doubts about top Trump dossier source-Ex British Spy

FBI had doubts about top Trump dossier source-Ex British Spy

The dossier, compiled by ex-British spy Christopher Steele, contained salacious and unverified claims about President Trump’s ties to Russia. It was used by the FBI obtain a series of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act…

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FBI had doubts about top Trump dossier source-Ex British Spy

The dossier, compiled by ex-British spy Christopher Steele, contained salacious and unverified claims about President Trump’s ties to Russia. It was used by the FBI obtain a series of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants to wiretap one-time Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.