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Lee Smith: Hillary Clinton Paid to Have Her Personal Conspiracy Theory Made Into Official US National Security Policy, and The Entire Nation Has Been Forced to Live Inside the Sick Imaginings of a Paranoiac for Three Years

I downloaded his book, The Plot Against the President, yesterday but haven’t started reading it yet.

It’s the #1 Amazon Best Seller in books.

A correspondent writes,

He literally goes through the early drafts of “the dossier” and links specific media stories (leaks) to the “dossier” sentences…
As a friend in the military/security world told me from the beginning: “It’s an op. It’s obviously an op. I know it’s an op because I used to be one of the guys running this kind of an op.”

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Shiff directing ‘witnesses’ not to answer questions

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who is overseeing the ongoing illegitimate impeachment inquiry set in motion by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is reportedly telling witnesses testifying not to answer questions asked by Republican lawmakers.

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Poll: 7 in 10 millennials say they will likely vote for a Socialist

Seven out of ten Millennials say they will likely vote socialist, according to a new survey conducted by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. The report found that support for communism increased by 36 percent from 2018’s numbers as capitalism continues to go out of style. It’s likely due to a shift in higher education, where Marxist ideology is taught favorably.

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17% of Democrats identify more with Trump

Most Republicans continue to identify a lot more with President Trump than with the GOP Congress, while Democrats still strongly agree with their congressional representatives. But nearly one-in-five Democrats are now more likely to agree with Trump.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 36% of all Likely U.S. Voters think Trump’s views are closest to their own when it comes to the major issues facing the country. Forty-two percent (42%) say their views are more in sync with the average Democratic member of Congress. Just 11% say that of congressional Republicans. Another 11% are not sure. This marks little change from January.

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