Category Archives: Clinton

Mar-a-Lago Raid: Kash Patel Talks Search Warrants, Law Enforcement, Magistrate Judge Reinhart

What Kash Patel describes should make any American’s blood boil. It really has little to do with Donald Trump; it is about the two tier system of justice, and the blatant destruction of due process by the federal law enforcement agencies and Department of Justice. (This might be behind a pay-wall. Let me know and I will provide access, somehow. 419-349-1406) mrossol

Source: Mar-a-Lago Raid: Kash Patel Talks Search Warrants, Law Enforcement, Magistrate Judge Reinhart

In this episode of Kash’s Corner, Kash Patel dives into the Mar-a-Lago raid and the many unanswered questions surrounding it.

“Nothing these guys do is inadvertent. Everything they do is intentional, including this intentional raid on President Trump’s home,” argues Kash Patel.

We discuss what Kash Patel sees as the failure to apply blind justice as well as the government’s abandonment of due process and its selective application of the law.

“Jurisdiction is supposed to be blind,” says Kash Patel. “They are selectively applying federal jurisdiction by going to a magistrate judge that they know hates President Trump as much as they do, and applying their political bias to what’s supposed to be an apolitical investigation.”

Does this constitute a modern-day Watergate?

“It’s the same individuals that ran Russiagate. It’s the same individuals that said Hunter Biden’s laptop was Russian disinformation. It’s the same individuals that falsified FISA warrants. These people are running this investigation? When is it going to be enough?”

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Hillary Clinton Did It

The Russia-Trump collusion narrative of 2016 and beyond was a dirty trick for the ages, and now we know it came from the top—candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. That was the testimony Friday by 2016 Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook in federal court, and while this news is hardly a surprise, it’s still bracing to find her fingerprints on the political weapon.

Mr. Mook testified as a witness in special counsel John Durham’s trial of Michael Sussmann, the lawyer accused of lying to the FBI. In September 2016, Mr. Sussmann took claims of a secret Trump connection to Russia’s Alfa Bank to the FBI and said he wasn’t acting on behalf of any client. Prosecutors say he was working for the Clinton campaign.

Prosecutors presented evidence this week that Mr. Sussmann worked with cyber-researchers and opposition-research firm Fusion GPS to produce the claims on behalf of the Clinton campaign, and to feed them to the FBI. An FBI agent testified that a bureau analysis quickly rejected the claims as implausible. (Mr. Sussmann has pleaded not guilty.)

Prosecutors asked Mr. Mook about his role in funneling the Alfa Bank claims to the press. Mr. Mook admitted the campaign lacked expertise to vet the data, yet the decision was made by Mr. Mook, policy adviser Jake Sullivan (now President Biden’s national security adviser), communications director Jennifer Palmieri and campaign chairman John Podesta to give the Alfa Bank claims to a reporter. Mr. Mook said Mrs. Clinton was asked about the plan and approved it. A story on the Trump-Alfa Bank allegations then appeared in Slate, a left-leaning online publication.

On Oct. 31, 2016, Mr. Sullivan issued a statement mentioning the Slate story, writing, “This could be the most direct link yet between Donald Trump and Moscow.” Mrs. Clinton tweeted Mr. Sullivan’s statement with the comment: “Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank.” “Apparently” is doing a lot of work in that sentence.

In short, the Clinton campaign created the Trump-Alfa allegation, fed it to a credulous press that failed to confirm the allegations but ran with them anyway, then promoted the story as if it was legitimate news. The campaign also delivered the claims to the FBI, giving journalists another excuse to portray the accusations as serious and perhaps true.

Most of the press will ignore this news, but the Russia-Trump narrative that Mrs. Clinton sanctioned did enormous harm to the country. It disgraced the FBI, humiliated the press, and sent the country on a three-year investigation to nowhere. Vladimir Putin never came close to doing as much disinformation damage.


Sullivan at centre of Durham probe, as Clinton allies spied on Trump

What Durham is exposing may very well have more dramatic impacts on the United States and American citizens than 9/11. Multiples of what Nixon did… Pray for back-bone in American citizens to reclaim what is so close to being lost. Our constitutional government and American way of life. mrossol


New Anti-Woke University ‘Dedicated to the Fearless Pursuit of Truth’: University of Austin

Wow! I think this is momentous. Would not be surprised to see more ‘germinate’. Nor would it surprise me if the ‘Woke Left’ go after the graduates, trying to hamper their employment prospects. A sorry, if not evil, bunch. mrossol

New Anti-Woke University ‘Dedicated to the Fearless Pursuit of Truth’: University of Austin

“We’re done waiting for America’s universities to fix themselves.”

  • All-star higher education critics such as former New York Times columnist Bari Weiss, Harvard academic Steven Pinker, former Harvard University president Lawrence H. Summers, and playwright David Mamet have launched a new liberal arts university to counter what its founders believe is a growing culture of censorship on college campuses, reports The Texas Tribune.
  • “We’re done waiting for America’s universities to fix themselves,” states a promotional video for The University of Austin (UATX) posted on Twitter Monday morning. “So we’re starting a new one.”
  • “Universities devoted to the unfettered pursuit of truth are the cornerstone of a free and flourishing democratic society,” reads the UATX website.
  • “For universities to serve their purpose, they must be fully committed to freedom of inquiry, freedom of conscience, and civil discourse,” it goes on to say, adding, “In order to maintain these principles, UATX will be fiercely independent—financially, intellectually, and politically.”
  • The university’s leaders are in the process of acquiring land in the Austin area, developing degree programs (undergrad program estimated to arrive in the fall of 2024), and seeking accreditation, notes the Tribune.
  • In addition to offering a new curriculum, UATX boasts its “novel” financial model that lowers tuition for students and avoids “costly administrative excess and overreach.”
  • The University of Austin promises to restore the place of “freedom of inquiry and civil discourse” in higher education.
  • “Our students and faculty will confront the most vexing questions of human life and civil society,” another UATX page reads.
  • “We will create a community of conversation grounded in intellectual humility that respects the dignity of each individual and cultivates a passion for truth.”
  • UATX aims to redesign how universities operate by “developing a novel financial model.”
  • “We will lower tuition by avoiding costly administrative excess and overreach,” the site reads.
  • “We will focus our resources intensively on academics, rather than amenities.”
  • “We will align institutional incentives with student outcomes.”
  • “Our curriculum is being designed in partnership not only with the world’s great thinkers but also with its great doers—visionaries who have founded bold ventures, artists and writers of the highest order, pioneers in tech, and the leading lights in engineering and the natural sciences.”
  • “Students will apply their foundational skills to practical problems in fields such as entrepreneurship, public policy, education, and engineering,” the site goes on reading.
  • One Washington Examiner publication referred to the creation of UATX as “The best news in academia in a long, long time.”
  • “Put another way, the new University of Austin will stand against ‘cancel culture,’ speech codes, leftist indoctrination, ‘safe spaces’ for students who can’t bear opinions different from their own, obsessions with race and sex to the exclusion of substance, racial preferences in admissions, and hugely expensive administrative staffs,” the piece goes on to say. “True open-mindedness, not ideological straitjackets, will be the norm.”
  • “One might say this will be a campus where scholars will be open to questions and to questing, to discussion without repercussion, not because those scholars fear they are wrong but because they always strive to be more right. The humility to acknowledge human fallibility, including one’s own, is a necessary predicate for advancing and increasing knowledge rather than just regurgitating it.”
  • “[A]nyone who doesn’t welcome this broad-minded, cross-ideological entry into U.S. higher education has no real love of learning. The new University of Austin is a grand experiment worthy of universal applause,” the piece concludes.
  • Conservative radio host Glenn Beck tweeted the UATX founding is “the best news I’ve heard in 20 years.

Jon Fleetwood is Managing Editor for American Faith and author of “An American Revival: Why American Christianity Is Failing & How to Fix It.”