More Revelations on the Spy Op Launched to Dump Trump

They never thought Hillary would lose. That’s the only way to understand how an intricate, yet gigantic, spying operation–some would call treason–was carried out to ensure the outcome of a presidential election. And when that didn’t work, to get a duly elected president removed from office. Operation “Crossfire Hurricane” was launched in the summer of […]

The Moment Q Went Mainstream

Q Anon is a truth movement that has finally gone mainstream. It began when an anonymous poster called “Q” began writing to people on the 8chan bulletin board. Q’s identity isn’t known except that he/she/they are inside the Trump administration and very close to the President. The posts on 8chan began in early November 2017. […]

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

The employment numbers for May were excellent. The seasonally adjusted jobless rate of 3.8 percent matches April 2000 as the lowest since 1969. Average hourly earnings were up and employers have added workers for 92 months straight–the longest continuous jobs expansion ever. Also noteworthy: Underemployment dropped to 7.6 percent Average workweek is up to 34.5 […]

North Korea Dismantles Test Site, But Threatens to Back Out of Meeting

As promised, Kim Jong-un has begun dismantling a nuclear test site in preparation for it to close next week. The facility was North Korea’s primary site where the last five nuclear tests were performed. Satellite images show the site was dilapidated even before some buildings were razed. Analysts say Kim may be removing details he […]

Mueller’s Case Hits a Wall: Judge Questions Scope

Robert Mueller’s team of prosecutors hit a wall Friday in their case against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. After listening to their arguments, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III, brought into question the scope of Mueller’s investigation. He suggested that he may side with Manafort’s lawyers, who argue the charges against him are not […]

Trump Lawyer Giuliani:  Trump Knew about $130,000 Payoff  

Rudy Giuliani, the former NY Mayor and new-hire to the Trump legal defense team, was interviewed by Sean Hannity on Fox News Wednesday night. He came right out and admitted that the President knew his long-time lawyer Michael Cohen paid Stormy Daniels, the former porn star, $130,000 as part of a non-disclosure agreement. Previously, Trump […]

How Long Before they’re Indicted?

  On Friday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the dismissal of Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, just days before his official retirement. Sessions said that McCabe’s termination was warranted after a fair investigation revealed misconduct, including unauthorized disclosure to the media (leaking) and a lack of candor (lying) on multiple occasions. He added that the Office […]

Another “Process Crime” Indictment in Russia-Collusion Probe

Attorney Alex Van Der Zwaan has been charged with making false statements to federal authorities in the Russia collusion investigation. This is called a process crime, which means it was made during the investigation and would not have happened otherwise. Various media outlets have called Van Der Zwaan a wealthy Russian, a Dutch lawyer, and […]