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PostSubject: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:29 pm

Just transferring some things over here, so have them all in one place.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:29 pm




This is a great and lengthy article and I want to preserve it here:


"The Wall Street Journal’s Globalist Siren Song to Trump: Abandon Steve Bannon and We’ll Love You

    For about the thousandth—or is it the millionth?—time, the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal has attacked Donald Trump.

    But this time there’s a twist. The Journal’slatest hit-piece targets Trump’s top advisers, Stephen K. Bannon and Stephen Miller, both champions of the populist nationalist policies that propelled Trump to victory.

    In their February 27 editorial, theJournal’s editorial board argues that President Trump is acceptable only if he supports the Journal-approved agenda of tax cuts and deregulation, which Trump does. However, Trump’s signature issues of economic nationalism and border security are most definitely not acceptable. The Journal calls these positions “Bannonism”—and that’s not meant as a compliment to Steve.

    In reality, the Journal knows that “Bannonism” is really just “Trumpism.” Trump embraced economic nationalism and border security long before he ever met Bannon or Miller, whom he refers to as “my two Steves.” Of course, that’s why the Journal’s editorialists have opposed Trump all along. But now they’re pretending that Trump could be forgiven for his populism, if only he rids himself of his two Steves.

    In particular, the Journal inveighs against what it calls “the polarization strategy pressed by Mr. Bannon, his ally Stephen Miller and the Breitbart wing of the White House.” The Journal claims this “polarization strategy” jeopardizes Trump’s agenda of tax cuts and deregulation—which are the only domestic policies the Journal really cares about. (As for foreign policy, the Journalis all neocon, all the time.)

    (As an aside, Breitbart News doesn’t think there is a “Breitbart wing of the White House,” fun as that might be; we think it’s all the Trump White House—but at least the Journal spelled our name right.)

    So we can see the Journal’s strategy: It wants to strip Trump of his Trumpian signature issues by peeling away his key aides.

    The Journal’s siren song is: Stick with tax cuts and deregulation only, Mr. President, and we’ll be nice to you. And, oh yes, get rid of Bannon and, while you’re at it, Miller.

    The Journal yearns to turn The Donald into another business-donor-class-type Republican in the mode of, say, Mitt Romney. They want him to be the sort of elite politician who never met a capital-gains tax cut he didn’t like or an earned middle-class entitlement, like Social Security, that he didn’t want to slash.

    Obviously, this “help the rich, hurt the middle class” policy mix is terrible politics, as Romney proved. Even so, the Journal’s editorialists truly loved Romney. The “King of Bain” was a Republican after their own heart. They stuck with him all through his doomed presidential campaign in 2012, and have continued to champion him even after his defeat. In 2016, they mostly favored the Romney-esque neocon open-border candidate Marco Rubio. But in the Journal’s view, any anti-Trump candidate was better than the man who ultimately won the GOP nomination.

    You see, the Journal’s editorialists have long had a domestic agenda diametrically opposed to Trumpism’s economic nationalism and secured borders. This is, after all, the same Journal editorial page that proposed, back in 1984, a constitutional amendment declaring, “There shall be open borders.” Seriously, that was the proposed draft language! And it meant open borders on both immigration and trade. The Journalclung to that position all through the 80s and 90s; only after 9/11 did it do a rethink—slightly.

    These days, the Journal acknowledges that a completely unregulated inflow of people is dangerous, even lethal. And yet, loyal always to its innate libertarianism, the Journal has continued to argue in favor of Teddy Kennedy/John McCain/Lindsey Graham-type “comprehensive immigration reform.” And its support for free trade has never wavered.

    We might pause over the issue of free trade, so near and dear to Manhattan-based Journal editorialists—insulated as they are, in that emerald island, from foreign competition. We can start with the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Trump, of course, has denounced many times—each time to the chagrin of the Journal-ists. According to the Economic Policy Institute:

    'By establishing the principle that U.S. corporations could relocate production elsewhere and sell back into the United States, NAFTA undercut the bargaining power of American workers, which had driven the expansion of the middle class since the end of World War II. The result has been 20 years of stagnant wages and the upward redistribution of income, wealth and political power.'

    EPI then sorted the economic impact of NAFTA on American workers into three categories: First, it cost American workers 700,000 jobs as production moved to Mexico; second, it strengthened the power of employers to dictate lower wages and benefits to employees. Third, it set the model for all the other trade agreements since, including the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act, the Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement, and, most fatefully, Permanent Normal Trade Relations with China. As the Washington Post has noted, since PNTR, China’s exports to the US, on an annual basis, have quintupled. Indeed, thanks to the globalist hegemony, today, Americans face threats from no fewer than 20 trade deals in place.

    The result has been what we all have seen: falling middle-class wages in the US, even as those with higher incomes have gained. Surveying this damage, Bannon said in November, “The globalists gutted the American working class and created a middle class in Asia.”

    Fortunately, the biggest trade deals of all, TPP and T-TIP, have been killed, or will be killed, by the Trump administration.

    And yet, the Journal would like Trump to double-down on these disastrous trade policies and continue the sad streak of American politicians who have sacrificed the American worker on the altar of globalism. The shuttered factories littered across the Rust Belt bear witness to this decades-long betrayal.

    The Journal’s position shouldn’t surprise us. The paper, owned by uber-globalist Rupert Murdoch, is unabashedly a mouthpiece for what Bannon has called “the Party of Davos”—that global elite, which, superficial differences notwithstanding, is united around core globalist goals. The Party of Davos is, in fact, a uniparty dedicated to drowning patriotism and nationalism in the soup of business-minded one-world-ism. Such a world would be hell for the American middle class, but the Journal thinks it would be heaven.

    So this is the true thinking of the Journal’s opinion-mongers as they opine about Trump. These are the political geniuses who say that Trump’s legislative agenda is doomed so long as Bannon is associated with it.

    To which we can answer: Poor Trump! He has been declared “doomed” so many times! Not so long ago, he was thought to be doomed never to be taken seriously in politics. And even after he gained momentum, he was doomed to fail in his quest to win the Republican nomination. And then, when he became the GOP candidate, he was doomed to lose against Hillary Clinton. At each moment, of course, the Journal was ready to play “Taps”—or, more precisely, tap dance on his hoped-for political grave.

    And yet despite the Journal’s fervent opposition, Trump made his way to the White House. And now, shamelessly, the Journal is offering the 45th President its “sincere” advice.

    However, for purely tactical reasons, the Journal might wish for a do-over on that February 27 editorial. After all, this latest Trump-is-doomed screed came just a day before the president’s triumphant speech to Congress—you know, the speech that gained a 78 percent approval rating in a CNN poll. You read that right, a CNN poll. (It must’ve pained CNN’s Anderson Cooper to read that poll on the air, just it must’ve pained the Journal editorialists to hear it.)

    And did I mention that the Dow Jones average went up more than 300 points on the day after Trump’s speech? And that it’s up more than 2000 points—or some $3 trillion in total value—since election day? That’s more than 10 percent; which is to say, it’s a true bull market. One might think that the Wall Street Journalwould notice that bullish reality and perhaps give Trump, and his advisers, some credit.

    Whatever the Journal thinks, the Trump administration must advance its agenda—an agenda of tax cuts, deregulation, andeconomic nationalism, and border security. No one has a crystal ball foretelling the future, but it’s been proven to be a mistake to bet against Trump.

    Actually, there is one thing about the future that we do know: The Journal’seditorial page will continue to be what it’s always been: Never Trump.

    To that we might say: Sad. "

    Follow Rebecca Mansour on Twitter @ramansour




http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/02/wall-street-journal-globalist-siren-song-to-trump-abandon-steve-bannon-and-well-love-you/

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:30 pm

"The hook on which the Washington Post attempts to hang Sessions is that he did not disclose the meetings to the Senate when he was asked about “possible contacts between members of President Trump’s campaign and representatives of Moscow.” Sessions’s spokesperson at the Department of Justice, Sarah Isgur Flores, says his answer in January was truthful because he was asked about “the Trump campaign — not about meetings he took as a senator and a member of the Armed Services Committee.”

The Post does not provide the full transcript of the question, from Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), and Sessions’s answer. Instead it summarizes the exchange in a way that makes it seem that Sessions was asked if there was any contact at all between the campaign and representatives of the Russian government."

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/02/trump-democrats-lost-grip-reality-sessions-witch-hunt/

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:30 pm

Best comment seen at Breitbart so far today:

"If we collected all the bricks being shlt by the left, we could build the wall today."

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:30 pm




http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/03/04/study-breitbart-led-right-wing-media-ecosystem-altered-media-agenda/


Hahaha, hell yeah Breitbart is fucking great. Check that out.


 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:30 pm

More awesomeness from Breitbart,

"'Star Wars’ Actor Riz Ahmed: Lack of Diversity in TV and Movies Could Push Teens to Join ISIS"

http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/03/03/star-wars-actor-riz-ahmed-lack-diversity-film-lead-join-isis/


You can't even make this stuff up.


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"Between this sky and the faces turned toward it there is nothing on which to hang a mythology, a literature, an ethic, or a religion—only stones, flesh, stars, and those truths the hand can touch." --Camus

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:32 pm

Oh this is just too good:

"NYT Op-Ed Claims Internet ‘Threatens Democracy’ by Bypassing the Establishment Class"



    The New York Times has published an article from opinion columnist and academic Thomas B. Edsall blaming the Internet for the collapse of establishment authority.
    Arguing that the Internet “threatens Democracy,” Edsall openly concedes that he believes the freedom unleashed by the Internet to be a threat to the establishment; to its norms and language codes.

      As the forces of reaction outpace movements predicated on the ideal of progress, and as traditional norms of political competition are tossed aside, it’s clear that the internet and social media have succeeded in doing what many feared and some hoped they would. They have disrupted and destroyed institutional constraints on what can be said, when and where it can be said and who can say it.


    This is a rare moment of honesty from a mainstream commentator: up until now, the panicked, clumsy attempts to roll back freedom of speech on the web have advanced in disguise. Campaigns to reintroduce the language codes in the anarchic realm of the web have been concealed behind seemingly neutral concerns about “online harassment,” “trolling,” and “abuse.” Edsall, by contrast, doesn’t obfuscate. He straightforwardly admits that it’s really free speech on the web that concerns him. Good for him!

    The article quotes academics with similar concerns about the Internet’s power to undermine the establishment.

      The use of digital technology in the 2016 election “represents the latest chapter in the disintegration of legacy institutions that had set bounds for American politics in the postwar era,” Nathaniel Persily, a law professor at Stanford, writes in a forthcoming paper, “Can American Democracy Survive the Internet?”

      According to Persily, the Trump campaign was “totally unprecedented in its breaking of established norms of politics.”

      He argues that this type of campaign is only successful in a context in which certain established institutions — particularly, the mainstream media and political party organizations — have lost most of their power, both in the United States and around the world.


    In other words, Persily believes that the Internet is damaging the power of elite institutions like The New York Times. No longer, we are told, can they “set bounds” on us. And this is bad.

    According to another researcher quoted in the article, even political parties might become obsolete.

      In a phone interview, Issacharoff cited the emergence of internet­ based methods of communication as a major contributing factor in the deterioration of political parties.

      “Technology has overtaken one of the basic functions you needed political parties for in the past, communication with voters,” he said. “Social media has changed all of that, candidates now have direct access through email, blogs and Twitter,” along with Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and other platforms.


    So, to sum up: The Internet has removed “constraints on what can be said.” It has meant that the mainstream media and party establishments have “lost most of their power.” Legacy institutions can no longer “set bounds” on us.

    And this is all bad! And scary! And a threat to democracy!

    You can follow Allum Bokhari on Twitter and add him on Facebook. Email tips and suggestions to abokhari@breitbart.com.


    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/03/02/nyt-op-ed-claims-internet-threatens-democracy/




"Legacy institutions", haha. Translation: globalist shills.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:35 pm

Did I tell you I had someone recently tell me that Trump is going to start WWIII with Russia? He was serious. He actually thinks that it is TRUMP who wants to start war with Russia... this is what happens when you download your thoughts from Fakebook and Kookle... mindgoo.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:40 pm

"Study Finds 88 Percent of Media Coverage is Anti-Trump"

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/02/study-finds-88-percent-media-coverage-anti-trump/



What, only 88%? C'mon get it together Cunty News Network and New York Slimes, you can do better!

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:45 pm

    Frankenstein: CNN just published a story alleging that the intelligence community provided documents to the president-elect last week, that included information that “Russian operatives claim to have compromising personal and financial information about Mr. Trump.” These documents also allegedly say “there was a continuing exchange of information during the campaign between Trump surrogates and intermediaries for the Russian government.” Again, I’m telling you this as it’s coming out, so you know. But if it’s true, it’s obviously extremely serious, and if there is any evidence that anyone affiliated with the Trump campaign communicated with the Russian government in the course of this campaign, what will you do?

    Sessions: Senator Franken, I’m not aware of any of those activities. I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I did not have communications with the Russians, and I’m unable to comment on it.

    Frankenstein: Very well.




From that, literally that only, we get all this Russia Sessions garbage.

Unbelievable. This is a test of how far they can push fake news into the mainstream and get a reaction in reality.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:53 pm

http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/03/03/patrick-stewart-become-u-s-citizen-fight-trump/

Lol.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:58 pm

"Whoopi: Are the Trump Administration Values ‘Really Much Different than the Taliban’s’?"


kek


http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/01/31/whoopi-are-the-trump-administration-values-really-much-different-than-the-talibans/







 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Mar 04, 2017 10:02 pm


 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:05 pm


    “This is the ultimate in liberal media bias. In January Michael S. Schmidt perpetuated the rumor [front page of the NYT] that team Trump had Russian connections, and to support his point he said that Trump’s people were wiretapped. However when President Trump claimed his people were wiretapped, the same guy, Michael S. Schmidt, said there was no evidence,” Dunetz observes


http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/06/dear-mainstream-media-you-made-deepstategate-happen/


Haha, this shit just keeps getting better and better.

Maybe Obunko and Cluntin can share a prison cell. Might make for some interesting conversation there.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:22 pm

"The F-Rating is a great way to highlight women on screen and behind the camera,” IMDb founder and CEO Col Needham said.

...The F-Rating is intended to make people talk about the representation of women on and off screen,” Tarquini said."

http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/03/06/imdb-add-f-rating-system-feminist-films/



Omfg. I can't even breathe I'm laughing so hard right now.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:34 am

Its great how feminism reduces the woman to some kind of peculiar near extinct insect we have to make sure to be aware of.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:18 am

Fixed Cross wrote:
Its great how feminism reduces the woman to some kind of peculiar near extinct insect we have to make sure to be aware of.

Haha, well said.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:18 am

Top Breitbart comment so far today:

"VP Pence, a Strong Supporter of the UN Globalists, 5,554 PAGE Monstrosity of Totalitarianism called Obamaotrade/TPP, is a Dyed in the Wool, Establishment Neo-Con!! The Final Straw for me was the other day when Pence came out and Condemned Freedom Hero, Julian Assange, saying he should be prosecuted!! Prosecuted for WARNING the American People that our CIA is Spying on ALL Americans, ALL the Time!! In our Bedrooms through our TV Sets!! In our Cars!! On our I-Phones!! As well as the little tidbit that the CIA is ASSASSINATING AMERICAN CITIZENS by triggering Car 'Accidents', running Passenger Busses off of Cliffs, Derailing Trains, and Crashing Airplanes!!!! And yes, the CIA is also FRAMING President Trump and Russia by Planting 'Evidence & Fingerprints' against Trump and Russia with STOLEN MALWARE!!!! The Deep State CIA wants to IMPEACH President Trump, and start a Nuclear War with Russia!! The CIA is PURE EVIL!! Instead of wanting to Prosecute Julian Assange, VP Pence should be Thanking Him, Praising Him, and Urging President Trump to Pardon Him!! Also, Pence should be DEMANDING that Congress INVESTIGATE this ObaMao, Clinton, Globalist DEEP STATE SILENT COUP, and Demanding that Congress and the DOJ Reign in this Rogue, Renegade, and CRIMINAL Agency that is DESTROYING the 4th Amendment to Our Constitution and VIOLATING ALL AMERICANS PRIVACY RIGHTS!!! SHAME ON YOU, Mike Pence!!"

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:22 am

"Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman said in an interview that Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, who met with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, also met with advisers to the Hillary Clinton campaign.
“Well, if you look at some people connected with Hillary Clinton during her campaign, you would probably see that he had lots of meetings of that kind,” Dmitry Peskov told CNN’s GPS host Fareed Zakaria on Sunday. “There are lots of specialists in politology, people working in think tanks advising Hillary or advising people working for Hillary.”

Peskov said it is the Russian ambassador’s job to talk “bilateral relations” with officials on both sides. He added that the meetings were in no way an attempt to interfere in the 2016 election.

“But there were no meetings about elections — electoral process … So if you look at it with intention to demonize Russia, you would probably say that, yes, he was trying to interfere in Hillary’s activities. But it would be nonsense because this is not true,” Peskov said.

Peskov also said that Putin never supported Trump when he was a presidential candidate.

“You would probably recall that President Putin, during election campaign, had never answered directly a question about his candidate of his support. He kept saying that we will respect a choice of American people,” Peskov told Zakaria.

But Peskov did say Putin preferred Trump over Clinton, noting that the Russian president mentioned Trump’s name before. The spokesman claimed that Putin believed Hillary Clinton to have a more negative outlook on Russia than Trump.

“The candidate Hillary Clinton was quite negative about our country in her attitude and in her program, declaring Russia being nearly the main evil in the world and the main threat for the United States,” Peskov said. “And to the contrary, the other candidate, Donald Trump, was saying that, ‘Yes, we disagree with the Russians … in lots of issues, but we have to talk to them in order to try to find some understanding.'”

The Russian ambassador had also made it a point to visit the Obama administration often. The ambassador visited Obama at the White House 22 times. The Obama administration also facilitated the meeting between the Russian ambassador and then-Senator Jeff Sessions."

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2017/03/12/kremlin-spokesman-russian-ambassador-also-met-with-clinton-campaign/

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Fri Mar 31, 2017 12:48 am

Best comment on Breitbart so far today:

"Things I Trust More Than Hillary Clinton:
~ Late night rides to an industrial park with Aaron Hernandez
~ Flint, Michigan tap water
~ Cocktails with Bill Cosby
~ Brian Williams news reports
~ John Kerry's war record
~ Kool-Aid at a Jim Jones party"


Haha.

 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Fri Mar 31, 2017 12:51 am

Continued,

"Gas station sushi
Catholic priests named Bruce
Lyle Lovett's hairdresser
Rosie O'Donnell's nutritionist"


 

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PostSubject: Re: The greatness of Breitbart   Sat Jun 24, 2017 12:11 pm

Breitbart continues to track the Clontish corruptions:


"Loretta Lynch, Clinton Campaign, Soros Officials All Caught Up in Senate Probe of Comey Firing

by Ian Mason23 Jun 2017WASHINGTON, D.C.6,317
The Senate Judiciary Committee announced Friday it sent four investigatory letters, including one to former Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

The letters, dated Thursday and signed by the committee’s bipartisan leadership, demand answers and documents related to the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, especially reports that Clinton campaign operatives expressed confidence Lynch would keep that investigation from “going too far.”

The demand comes as the Judiciary Committee investigates the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of ex-FBI Director James Comey, in which the material may take on a new significance.

The New York Times reported this April that not only had Lynch told then-Director Comey in September of 2015 to refer to the investigation of Secretary Clinton and her staff as a “matter,” but that the Justice Department obtained a Russian document in March 2016 showing a “Democratic operative” expressing “confidence that Ms. Lynch would keep the Clinton investigation from going too far.”

The Washington Post followed up in May, calling the document “dubious” but identifying it as a Russian report on an alleged email between Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Leonard Bernardo, the Eurasia Director of leftist billionaire George Soros’s infamous Open Societies Foundations. The Russian report is said to have claimed Wasserman Schultz assured Bernardo that Attorney General Lynch had been in contact with senior Clinton staffer Amanda Renteria and told the campaign the investigation would not go too far.

According to a press release from Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), the investigatory letters come “as the Judiciary Committee is examining the circumstances surrounding the removal of James Comey as FBI Director.” Lynch, Renteria, Bernardo, and Open Society Foundations General Counsel Gail Scovell all were sent letters. By July 6, the Judiciary Committee requests copies of the documents and emails in question, and well as answers as to whether they existed in the first place and if the FBI had previously tried to obtain them for the recipients.

The Washington Post claimed that by August of 2016, the FBI was confident the Russian report was a forgery. Wasserman Schultz and Bernardo have denied sending any emails to or even knowing each other. Renteria has similar denials about knowing Attorney General Lynch.

Whatever the doubts about it’s authenticity, however, the document is widely claimed to have played into Comey’s decision to make his public pronouncements about the Clinton email investigation, the putative reason for his firing by President Donald Trump this May. Comey’s concern that the document might be leaked supposedly went far in convincing him he needed to get out of ahead of it and accurately characterize the investigation.

Subsequent events have confirmed certain concerns about Lynch’s conduct during the Clinton email investigation, which first came under general suspicion after she was caught by a local ABC news crew meeting with former President Bill Clinton only weeks before the Democratic National Convention as the investigation was still ongoing.

Comey, during his celebrated post-firing testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, confirmed that that meeting also played into his decision to make his public remarks on the Clinton investigation. At the same hearing, Comey confirmed that Lynch did, in fact, tell him to refer to the criminal investigation as a “matter,” and that request “concerned and confused” him.

Comey refused to answer a question about the Russian document posed by Grassley in his Judiciary Committee testimony while still FBI Director. In his post-firing testimony, as he confirmed the “call it a matter” request, Comey hinted that there were further actions taken by Lynch with regard to the Clinton investigation “which I cannot talk about yet.”"

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/06/23/loretta-lynch-clinton-campaign-soros-officials-all-caught-up-in-senate-probe-of-comey-firing/

 

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