POTUS: Let’s See it All


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In a statement late Monday, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders published an executive order by President Trump declassifying all elements of the communications related to the Russia collusion investigation, including:

  • The “redacted” (hidden) pages of the FISA application used to obtain a court order to spy on Trump aide Carter Page.
  • All FBI reports of interviews from the Russia investigation.
  • All related text messages between former FBI/DoJ employees: Director James Comey, Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, Special Agent Peter Strzok, lawyer Lisa Page, and FBI Special Agent Bruce Ohr.

In a late-breaking announcement on Tuesday, four top Democrats (Pelosi, Schiff, Warner, Schumer) warned the Director of National Intelligence and other agency heads NOT to comply with the President’s order until they meet with House and Senate members who have oversight.

Here is a summary of what we know:

The documents in question have been requested for months by Congress under lawful subpoenas. Yet, the stonewalling by Deputy FBI Director Rosenstein continues.

Classification of intelligence documents is supposed to protect secret sources and methods.

In July, when a substantial portion of the spying application was revealed, the same outcry was heard: national security was being put at risk, but that wasn’t true.

There were no vital sources or methods exposed, but we did learn that the application was based on an unverified and phony dossier funded by Hillary and composed by a former British spy who was fired by the FBI for lying.

In other words, a warrant was obtained because top officials at the FBI lied to the FISA judges that there was compelling evidence.

In February, a memo was declassified. It was written about the Russia investigation by the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee and did not contain any material that justified being classified in the first place. But, according to analysts, the memo made the FBI look bad.

According to legal analyst Gregg Jarrett, two laws were broken:

1. Hiding and covering up misdeeds is a violation of an executive order signed in 2009 by President Obama (Executive Order 13526)

2. Federal regulations require that evidence of a crime must be proved before beginning an investigation. When Special Counsel Mueller was appointed by Rod Rosenstein, there was no evidence of a crime.

Why this Matters: The declassification is going to show that the Special Counsel investigation into Trump-Russia collusion by Robert Mueller is indeed a witch hunt. Many people could be exposed as committing sedition or treason.

It’s interesting that the Mainstream Media is practically silent on this huge revelation. Some reporters are grumbling that information is getting out (when did you ever hear of a reporter complaining about having more information?) and leading Democrats are saying the President violated a “red line” that should never be crossed.

Thank God for this new development. Pray that the agencies will comply and the full extent of the witchcraft will be exposed. Pray that we will see guilty people indicted and put in jail.

Supreme Court Confirmation Circus

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was accused last week in an anonymous letter of sexual misconduct in high school. On Sunday the accuser came forward, alleging he was at a party, drunk, and tried to take off her clothes and rape her. She also said he would have killed her if another boy didn’t intervene.

The accuser is college professor and researcher Christine Ford. She is a Democrat donor and Leftist who has not been able to corroborate her story: she doesn’t remember the details of the party, the year it happened (she says she was 15), or where it took place. She admits she was drinking at the time.

  • Kavanaugh said he categorically and unequivocally denies the allegation, saying, “I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”
  • A classmate named in Ford’s accusations is Mark Judge. Ford says Judge and Kavanaugh were stumbling drunk and corralled her into a bedroom. Kavanaugh tried to rape her but Judge intervened. Judge also strongly denies the accusation, calling Ford’s story “absolutely nuts.”
  • A second man was named, Patrick Smyth, and he also denies being at the party or witnessing any such event.
  • Kavanaugh was investigated by the FBI six times since 1993 for various appointments, and no such allegations resembling Ford’s claim have ever been discovered.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) held onto the letter written by Ford for six weeks. Feinstein met with Kavanaugh and questioned him thoroughly last week, but never mentioned the accusation. She also met with him privately over the summer, as did the other senators. Feinstein has only released a “redacted” version of Ford’s letter. Senators are calling on her to release the full version.

Judicial Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said that although his office had contacted Ford three or four times by email, inviting her to testify Monday September 24 in her choice of an open or closed setting, he had not heard back from her. Later that day her lawyers sent him a letter, stating Ford would not appear. She had received death threats, her email was hacked, and she and her family were forced to move from their home.

Ford’s lawyers said she would not be appearing before Congress until the FBI finished a full investigation of her claims. The FBI says it will not investigate Ford’s accusation because it considers the matter closed. If a crime was committed, the statute of limitations has run out. Trump would have to direct the FBI to investigate, but so far he seems disinclined.

Ford has until Friday morning to respond to Grassley’s offer.

Why this Matters: Ford’s presence on social media was scrubbed immediately after she came forward, and so were the comments from students on her job performance at Palo Alto, where she is a researcher/professor of psychology. Online evaluations said she is “Dark,” “Unprofessional,” “The worst,” “Lacking appropriate filters,” and “Mad.”

The Democrats are showing themselves to be complete hypocrites–starting with their treatment of several credible women who were assaulted by Bill Clinton. More recently, they ignored one of their own, Karen Monahan, who has accused Keith Ellison, Deputy Chairman at the DNC, of assault. Ellison has had two domestic abuse allegations by former girlfriends. Monahan recorded the abuse on her phone and called 911 on Ellison in 2017. She also has doctor’s reports proving she had been assaulted.

On Monday, Monahan tweeted she had been smeared, threatened, and isolated from her own [Democrat] Party. She told them about the abuse and who did it. They have not responded to her. Ellison says he never behaved this way.

How to Pray: Pray for the truth. If Kavanaugh has been selected by God for the Supreme Court, may his confirmation be swift and may it happen soon. Christians must storm the courts of Heaven and seek God’s judgment for people who have been falsely accused–and for the victims of assault.

The voice of rejoicing and salvation is in the tabernacles of the righteous: the right hand of the LORD doeth valiantly. Ps. 118:15

Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need. Heb. 4:16

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