It’s not just social media, either, that the FBI has exploited, but also private corporations such as banks.
FBI Director Christopher Wray actually stayed in his chair for the duration of the House Judiciary Committee’s questioning on Wednesday, rather than skipping out to catch a private jet to go trout fishing.
While House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer of Kentucky and FBI Director Christopher Wray were sparring over how much of a certain “Form 1023” may be viewed and by whom, legal analyst Margot Cleveland was working on an expert opinion...
While this is technically an FBI update, let’s take a moment to consider the impending presidential candidacy of former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. I guarantee you there’re related.
“Splinter the CIA, NSA and FBI into a thousand pieces and scatter them into the winds.”
In a letter to both the majority and minority on the House Ways & Means Committee --- which has jurisdiction over the IRS --- IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel denied intervening...
One of the best analysts on the subject of FBI misbehavior, former U.S. Attorney for Utah Brett Tolman, appeared on Sunday’s LIFE, LIBERTY & LEVIN. They talked specifically on the FBI’s efforts to cover up Democrats’ crimes.
If you’ve been reading my newsletter the past few years, you already know essentially what Special Counsel John Durham revealed in his 306-page missive released Monday.
Last week, it was revealed that current Secretary of State Antony Blinken was ultimately behind that “classic earmarks” letter in October 2020 smearing the Hunter Biden laptop story as Russian disinformation.
If the FBI isn’t engaging in whistleblower retaliation, why won’t a high-ranking FBI human resources official come answer questions about it before a congressional committee?
Now that Trump has announced he’ll run again, some Republicans are re-assessing the slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
“If they put this in a movie, you’d turn it off immediately, saying, ‘There is no way this is possible; this is just --- this is comedy, not drama…”
Last week, we speculated that Twitter might have existed not just as a social media platform but also as an intelligence-gathering and propaganda arm of the federal government (and maybe other governments).
Late in the day Tuesday, we learned that new Twitter CEO Elon Musk had fired (“exited”) Twitter’s deputy general counsel –- and former FBI general counsel –- James Baker when it was revealed...
Former President Donald Trump recently said on Truth Social that the “same sleazy people” have been involved in the various hoaxes created around him.
After the FBI swooped in on Mar-A-Lago, the home of a former President, on August 8, 2022, in a “land, sea and air” early-morning invasion with helicopters and up to 30 armed agents, we Americans sat glued to our TVs listening to reporters recount the events of the day...
In breaking news, Engelbrecht and Phillips were released from jail Sunday.
It would have been good to have a legitimate, non-partisan congressional investigation into the events surrounding January 6, including the mind-boggling security failures.
At one time, the FBI insisted they possessed no records relating to Seth Rich's murder. Now they’re asking a federal court for an order to seal the records that they said they didn’t have –- they have them, all right –- for 66 years.
In a piece of extremely gratifying news, Miranda Devine at the NEW YORK POST reports that 30 former FBI officials have come forward to back whistleblower Steve Friend...