Sex, Leaks, Lies and Spies: Trump Takes Down Intelligence Community Leakers

Source: Kristina Wong

Amidst a battle between the President of the United States and the Intelligence Community that has sparked formal impeachment proceedings against the president by Democrats in Congress, federal law enforcement officials have formally charged one intelligence community official with leaking highly classified information to the media. 627 more words

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Defense Intelligence Agency worker arrested on charges of leaking top secret information to reporters

Source: NBC

A counter-terrorism analyst for the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency was arrested Wednesday on federal charges that he leaked top secret and other classified information — including details of a foreign country’s weapons systems — to two reporters in 2018 and this year. 100 more words

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NEW: Corrupt Obama Judge Amy Berman Jackson Orders White House to Preserve Records of Trump’s Dealings with Foreign Leaders

In an unusual move, Federal Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Thursday ordered the White House to preserve records of President Trump’s dealings with foreign leaders. 461 more words


Ukraine Reopens Investigation Into Biden Company

Ukraine’s new prosecutor general has said he is reviewing cases involving the gas company where Joe Biden’s son sat on the board.

Ruslan Ryaboshapka’s comments come amid an impeachment inquiry against President Trump over a call he made to the Ukrainian president asking him to investigate the corrupt Biden family. 274 more words


AG Barr Opens Investigation Into Biden Corruption

U.S. Attorney General William Barr has launched an investigation into allegations Joe Biden abused his position as VP to protect his son’s company that was being investigated by Ukraine’s top prosecutor. 367 more words

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Brennan Hears Barr's 'Chilling' Footsteps

Source: Daniel John Sobieski

James Clapper, the man who lied to Congress about spying on the American people was shocked back in April to hear William Barr testify before Congress that, yes, he thought that the Trump campaign had been spied upon by his political opponents. 1,283 more words

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