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You Can Call Them Scandals Now, by Robert Gore

The pathetic attempts to undo Donald Trump’s victory are signs of desperation, not strength, in the Deep State.

SLL, “Desperation,” 12/21/16

The Deep State’s worst nightmare was never that Donald Trump would improve relations with Russia.

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Government

Russsia-Gate Implodes, by Justin Raimondo

The title says it all. From Justin Raimondo at antiwar.com:

The real “collusion” is the alliance of foreign actors and the Democrats

The finale is upon us: the Russia-gate fraud is about to be exploded, at long last. 303 more words

Government

Blow Back, by James Howard Kunstler

Is the government shutdown, which the Democrats will mostly be blamed for, misdirection from the burgeoning FBI and Justice Department scandals? From James Howard Kunstler at kunstler.com: 325 more words

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Draghi’s Membership in Murky G30 Financial Group Under Fire, by Don Quijones

There’s nothing questionable about this at all. From Don Quijones at wolfstreet.com:

A private club for central bankers, regulators, and bankers.

On Wednesday, ECB President Mario Draghi suffered the rare ignominy of being criticized in public by the EU’s Ombudsman, Emily O‘Reilly, whose job it is to arbitrate public complaints about EU institutions. 256 more words

Business

DOJ Begins Probe Of 'Missing' Anti-Trump FBI Texts, "Will Leave No Stone Unturned", by Tyler Durden

Five months of emails between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page have been “inadvertently” destroyed. At this point, destruction of evidence will probably hurt the FBI more than the actual evidence would have. 369 more words

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How the Establishment Undermines American Democracy, by Philip M. Giraldi

Federal intelligence and law enforcement agencies have become partisan political actors. From Philip M. Giraldi at strategic-culture.org:

There is a growing consensus among many observers in Washington that the national security agencies have become completely politicized over the past seventeen years and are now pursuing selfish agendas that actually endanger what remains of American democracy. 301 more words

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The NSA Is a Blackmail Agency, by Paul Craig Roberts

One reason that Republican members of the House might vote against release of the FISA memo is because they’re being blackmailed. From Paul Craig Roberts at paulcraigroberts.com: 294 more words

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