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Emmet T. Flood takes Mueller report and its authors to the woodshed

Flood proceeded to argue that “conclusively determining that no criminal conduct occurred” was “not [his emphasis not ours] the SCO’s assigned task, because making conclusive determinations of innocence is never the task of the federal prosecutors.”

Instead, Flood argued, Mueller used an “inverted-proof-standard” and “‘exoneration’ statements can be understood only as political statements.”

Flood accused Mueller and his staff of “failing in their duty to act as prosecutors and only as prosecutors.” Flood derided Mueller’s report as “part ‘truth commision’ and part law school exam paper.”

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#StopTheBias: FascistBook bans more “dangerous” conservatives

hursday morning, Facebook announced that it had banned several high-profile conservative personalities from their platform for good, including an incoming ban on the Facebook-owned Instagram.

Milo Yiannopoulos, Laura Loomer, and all accounts related to Alex Jones or Infowars (including Paul Joseph Watson) were the main targets of Facebook’s latest purge and were labeled ‘dangerous’ by the social media giant.

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Nevada: MS-13 gang members indicted by federal grand jury on kidnapping and murder

The indictment released Wednesday alleges that, on Jan. 21, 2018, Reyes-Castillo, Torres-Escobar, and Perez-Manchame kidnapped and murdered Arquimidez Sandoval-Martinez. As alleged, the defendants intentionally participated in the act of violence that resulted in the death of Sandoval-Martinez.

Reyes-Castillo and Torres-Escobar are citizens of El Salvador, and Perez-Manchame is a citizen of Honduras. All of the defendants are illegally in the United States, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.

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Another unknown Democrat jumps in the 2020 race

Colorado’s Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet has joined the 2020 race for the White House. Bennet confirmed the news Thursday on CBS This Morning.

CBS host John Dickerson asked the question: “So, what are your plans?”

“My plan is to run for president,” Bennet responded.

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Republicans file criminal referral against ham radio user, Nellie Ohr

a series of “Hi Honey” emails from Nellie Ohr to her high-ranking federal prosecutor husband and his colleagues raise the prospect that Hillary Clinton-funded opposition research was being funneled into the Justice Department during the 2016 election through a back-door marital channel. It’s a tale that raises questions of both conflict of interest and possible false testimony.

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Why are Clapper and Brennan not in jail?

The clearest of all the laws concerning U.S. intelligence is Section 798, 18 U.S. Code—widely known in the Intelligence Community as “the Comint Statute,” or “the 10 and 10.” Unlike other laws, this is a “simple liability” law. Motivation, context, identity, matter not at all. You violate it, you are guilty and are punished accordingly.

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Unhinged Democrats subpoenaed Trump’s grandchildren

On Tuesday morning Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) joined Bill Hemmer on America’s Newsroom to discuss the latest presidential harassment by House Democrats. Bill Hemmer brought up a Politico report that claims Democrats even subpoenaed the records from Trump’s grandchildren.

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