FBI

Why Was the FBI Investigating General Flynn?

Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

There appears to have been no foreign-intelligence or criminal-investigative purpose served by the FBI’s interrogation of General Flynn. It is easy to see why Democrats would want to portray Flynn’s contact with the Russian ambassador as worthy of an FBI investigation. But why did the FBI and the Justice Department investigate Flynn — and why did “officials” make sure the press found out about it?

The First Casualty In The Deep State’s Coup Against President Trump

There is an anti-constitutional coup taking place in this country. And on Monday the coup plotters registered their first kill: LTG Mike Flynn, President Trump’s national security advisor. In this must-read article we offer conservatives a definitive analysis of how and why the deep state took out General Flynn.

It’s No Revelation That Intelligence Agencies Are Politicized

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

Careerism and ideology at the top sometimes undermine the work of patriotic and gifted case officers in the rank and file. The integrity of intelligence depends on the probity of individual intelligence chiefs — and the degree to which administration operatives are kept away from intelligence directors. Reform requires honesty rather than the present self-righteous hypocrisy.

Connecting the Dots Between Boston, Columbus and Berlin

Recognizing that Islam is the threat, and implementing threat-based security procedures devoid of political correctness or ideological agendas is the only way to stop these attacks from continuing in what Muslims now consider to be “the era of total confrontation” with the West.

Conservatives Demand Action Against Foreign-Funded Anti-Trump Violence

A group of conservative leaders is urging both houses of Congress to “establish and fund permanent standing committees to conduct hearings and investigations, take testimony, and issue reports on all foreign-funded influence operations inside the United States, and on organizations and movements and fraudulent tax-exempt foundations devoted to the overthrow of the Constitution of the United States.”

Mr. Trump, Personnel IS Policy. Say No Thanks To Chris Christie As Attorney General

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been a loyal supporter of Donald Trump and undoubtedly deserves a political payoff for his support. We suggest Ambassador to Someplace Warm that does not have an Islamism problem, perhaps the Republic of Vanuatu, but certainly not Attorney General.

Hillary's Watergate?

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

If Clinton wins this election, and Republicans hold onto one or both houses of Congress, investigations of the Clinton scandals will start soon after her inaugural and will go on for years. And the clamor for a special prosecutor, who will, as Archibald Cox did with Nixon, build a huge staff and spend years investigating, will become irresistible.

Hillary and the FBI: Who Is Suprised?

Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator

Hillary Clinton’s career has taken her from one low to another low to an even still lower low. Her judgment and her character, from an unethical cattle futures deal as First Lady of Arkansas to the emails and the FBI investigations as a Secretary of State and presidential candidate, have been shown repeatedly to be questionable at best, abysmal at worse.

Hillary's hacks try to change the subject to Comey

Editors, Washington Examiner

The truth is that Democrats are making assertions every bit as wild as any that Donald Trump has made in the past two years. They're just worried that Clinton might lose, and all those spoils that go to the victor and which would trickle down to them are now in danger.

Dems should blame Hillary, not Comey, for the ‘October surprise’

Rich Lowry, New York Post

It’s not something Comey sought or welcomed. A law-enforcement official who prizes his reputation, he didn’t relish becoming a hate figure for half the country or more. No, the only reason that Comey figures in the election at all is that Democrats knowingly nominated someone under FBI investigation.

The Election: What Happens Now?

Roger Kimball, PJ Media

It's not about Anthony Weiner and his interest in photography and underage fauna. It is about email exchanges between Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin about matters of state.

Report: DOJ Tried Repeatedly To Kill FBI’s Clinton Foundation Investigation

Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

Senior-level Justice Department officials pushed back heavily on an ongoing FBI investigation of the Clinton Foundation, according to a bombshell report from The Wall Street Journal. The newspaper laid out numerous examples, based on law enforcement sources, of senior DOJ officials intervening to quash the probe.

What happened to the FBI? It's been corrupted by Obama and his team

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, Fox News

Why did this case go sideways? Did President Obama fear being a defense witness at Hillary Clinton’s criminal trial? Did he so fear being succeeded in office by Donald Trump that he ordered the FBI to exonerate Clinton, the rule of law be damned? Did the FBI lose its reputation for fidelity to law, bravery under stress and integrity at all times?

Quid Pro Quo: A Staggering Example of Hillary Email Corruption

Scott McKay, The American Spectator

According to documents made public by the FBI as part of interview summaries surrounding the Clinton emails case, there was an attempt at a deal between Patrick Kennedy, one of Hillary’s kept men at the State Department, and the Bureau whereby classified emails on her unsecured bathroom server would have their status altered in her favor in exchange for more favorable treatment of FBI officials in overseas postings at embassies.

Hillary Rodham Clinton, the 21st Century’s Richard Milhous Nixon

By Craig Shirley, Author and Reagan Biographer
Reagan biographer Craig Shirley puts Hillary Rodham Clinton on the couch and finds that Mrs. Clinton, having gone over 200 days without a press conference, manufacturing an “alt-right” movement that is out to get her and dismissing every criticism as personal seems to be headed well down the Nixonian path.

What is the FBI hiding?

Andrew P. Napolitano, The Washington Times

The publicly known evidence of Mrs. Clinton’s recklessness and willful failure to safeguard secrets was overwhelming. The evidence of her lying under oath about whether she returned all her work-related emails that she had taken from the State Department was profound and incontrovertible, now the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee accused the FBI itself of lawbreaking.

Comey Tries To Justify Giving Hillary Clinton Get Out of Jail Free Card

It is apparent that some in FBI management blindly followed what they were told to do — exonerate Hillary Clinton. The decision was so damaging to morale that you know things are bad at the FBI when Director James Comey releases a memo to all employees justifying his decision not to file charges against Hillary Clinton, but that’s exactly what happened yesterday.

The Obama-Clinton Coup: DHS To Takeover Elections?

When Democrats start talking about a federal takeover of the collecting, tallying and reporting of votes in the presidential election we starting thinking of what Tammany Hall’s infamous Boss William Marcy Tweed once said: "As long as I count the votes, what are you going to do about it?"

Petty Officer Gets 1-Year Sentence Hillary Clinton Skates Again

Petty Officer First Class Kristian Saucier was given a prison sentence for taking photos of classified areas inside a nuclear attack submarine despite making claims that it was similar to how Hillary Clinton used a private server to send classified emails.

How Does Hillary Clinton’s Head Not Explode?

Amid all the speculation about Hillary Clinton having Parkinson’s Disease, a subdural hematoma or other neurological condition there’s another explanation for Hillary Clinton’s health issues; guilt. The kind of guilt that we see affecting Hillary Clinton’s health is not the legal kind – mens rea – rather it is the soul-searing guilt that psychiatrists have found actually makes one physically ill.