The failure of the Mueller fishing expedition, now facing ridicule from the dreaded ‘Russian troll farm’s American defense attorneys in the federal courts and frantically shifting goalposts from investigating ridiculous allegations of colluding with the Kremlin to any Trump campaign adviser meetings with all foreigners (including U.S. allies the Israelis, Saudis, Qataris and Emiratis); the question posed by Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Charles Grassley (R-IA) regarding Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein illegally deputizing FISA authority to Mueller; the exposure of CIA/MI6 asset Stefan Halper as ‘the professor’ identified in a Daily Caller story back in March 2018, confirmed this weekend by panicked leaks to deep state mouthpieces at The New York Times and Washington Post — all of these developments have Trump supporters speculating that the reckoning with evildoers is finally at hand…Read More
Feb. 20, 2018 (EIRNS)—The coup crowd is pretty much making things up as they go. Indicative is Rep. Adam Schiff’s response to Robert Mueller’s indictment of the 13 Russians, to he effect of: well, this set of indictments may not have shown Trump "collusion," but just you wait—maybe the next ones will.
The Boston Herald today joined the New York Times and Yale Law School’s Media Freedom & Information Access Clinic in calling for the FISA court to declassify the Obama administration’s application for a surveillance order on Carter Page and the FISA Court order, wishfully hoping that the Steele dossier was not the only basis for the surveillance order. In any case, the Herald editorial staff concluded:
"To continue to keep the FBI’s warrant application secret at this point and in a case where there is intense public interest is counterproductive. It’s high time for a dose of sunlight on this case."