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The president reportedly spent the weekend watching television and complaining about the special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, according to the Post.
originally posted by: Tempter
Like it or not folks, we live in an age of worlwide, instant news. So while this source is Twitter, please consider the surrounding conversations.
The quote comes from Mike Cernovich. Get it out of your system now. Good? Ready to proceed?
It’s the talk of the f-cking White House.
- The IG report
Lol at any political reporter questioning this. It literally means they have no actual WH sources.
Now, I dont know about you ATS, but I find that to be a statement with above-average confidence. He must have a source because to claim that is a pretty strong statement.
Now, why is his confidence important? On to the next Tweet.
Huge scoop. Like my other big stories (Susan Rice, security clearances, Conyers) will take media a long time to confirm. You know how Peter Strzok's system didn't back up. You know why? McCabe altered his 302 of the Flynn interview, and deleted all history of revisions.
What? Are you kidding me? If this was true do you understand the implications? I suggest you pause here and go and read the surrounding conversations around the tweets posted above. That's some dirty talk.
One last quote from Cernovich...
The IG knows McCabe changed Peter Strzok 302 / notes with General Flynn.
Yet issuing a report to this effect would call thousands of FBI investigations into question.
It's full on freak-out mode, as no one know how to spin this.
Anyone want to take a stab at how far reaching the implications would be? I'll be honest that I'm a little out of my league on this so I would appreciate feedback. I don't understand the story as I'd like and as well as some others on ATS. Grambler? Silly? Could you both sound off on this? The rest of us will meet in the middle, deal?
Mike Cernovich ￼
Huge scoop. Like my other big stories (Susan Rice, security clearances, Conyers) will take media a long time to confirm.
You know how Peter Strzok's system didn't back up.
You know why?
McCabe altered his 302 of the Flynn interview, and deleted all history of revisions.
8:21 PM - Feb 18, 2018
Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸
Replying to @Cernovich
The FBI cannot provide a *clean* history of revisions for the 302 interview with General Flynn.
That's why Judge Emmett Sullivan, who is very tough on unethical prosecutors, had ordered the Special Counsel to disclose exculpatory evidence, which would include these revisions.
First, there is some mystery surrounding the removal of Judge Rudolph Contreras from the case. Just days after accepting Flynn's guilty plea, Contreras was taken off the case by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. No reason was given.
Of potentially more interest is Contreras' replacement, Judge Emmet Sullivan. ...
On Dec. 12, after just a few days on the Flynn case, Sullivan, acting on his own, ordered the office of special counsel Robert Mueller "to produce to [Flynn] in a timely manner — including during plea negotiations — any evidence in its possession that is favorable to defendant and material either to defendant's guilt or punishment."
Sullivan also ordered Mueller "to produce all discoverable evidence in a readily usable form." And he declared that "if the government has identified any information which is favorable to the defendant but which the government believes not to be material, the government shall submit such information to the Court for in camera review." In other words, Sullivan declared that he, not Mueller, would be the judge of what evidence should be produced.
Comey told lawmakers that the FBI agents who interviewed Flynn did not believe that Flynn had lied to them, or that any inaccuracies in his answers were intentional.
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
So what does that mean?
If this 302 thing blows up, and McCabe is proven to have committed federal fraud, will it be covered up for the sake of not throwing the entire system under the bus? That isn't the justice I had in mind.
It cannot be covered up. If it is, then we gain nothing.
Although the news was censored by major media, the supervising judges of the Starr investigation ordered that the stunning accusations of a witness in the Vincent Foster case -- Patrick Knowlton -- be attached to independent prosecutor Kenneth Starr's report on the case. This, despite the strong objections of Starr. Following are excepts from Knowlton's motion to the court (prepared by attorney John Clarke) that was ordered attached to the Starr report:
Upon learning that Mr. Foster's body was found in Fort Marcy Park, Patrick Knowlton reported to authorities what he had seen in the park approximately 70 minutes before the discovery of Mr. Foster's body.
FBI Agent Lawrence Monroe interviewed Patrick Knowlton in April and May of 1994. Agent Monroe falsified Mr. Knowlton's account of the events he reported he had witnessed in Fort Marcy Park. At the time of these interviews, Agent Monroe was detailed to the office of regulatory Independent Counsel Robert W. Fiske, Jr.