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originally posted by: TomLawless
Avoid sliding attempts.
Eyes on Target!
The new about the stand down is huge!
John McCain’s and Mitt Romney’s ties to Fusion GPS had the makings of a promising federal investigation before FBI agents were told to stand down and walk away from compelling evidence, FBI insiders said.
Now Romney is running for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah, another lesson in why the FBI’s chronic issuance of get-out-of-jail-free cards has turned the once-great law enforcement agency into a rubber-stamping political hack.
However, FBI sources confirm the Romney and McCain probe was short lived. FBI brass, including James Comey’s refusal to green light an expanded investigation or seek insight from the Justice Department on the evidence, tanked the case, FBI agents said. They were told to leave it alone, it was a political case.
A longtime US lobbyist for the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska visited Julian Assange nine times at the Ecuadorian embassy in London last year, according to visitor logs seen by the Guardian.
The logs record that Assange had more than 80 visitors in one month in 2016. They included the WikiLeaks staff member Sarah Harrison and longtime supporters such as Craig Murray, the UK’s former ambassador to Uzbekistan. Another was the Croatian philosopher Srećko Horvat.
There were also visits from Assange’s lawyer Gareth Peirce and Vaughan Smith, the founder of the Frontline Club, who hosted WikiLeaks at his Norfolk mansion for 13 months up until Assange jumped bail. On 23 June 2016, RT broadcast a referendum special from inside the embassy, with the final guests leaving at 4.30am.
originally posted by: daskakik
originally posted by: Aallanon
10,000 people at the rally she had to explain to many ( maybe 10) lighten up.
You don't know how many but the fact that she said many implies that it was a fair amount, given the word choice. Extrapolate and ... just pointing out that tidbit.
originally posted by: MountainLaurel
a reply to: Skyfloating
Keep the Faith Sky All this censorship wouldn't be occurring if the "Truth Movement" wasn't making "The Club" VERY Nervous ! Heck, we even made the Bilderberg agenda this year.
Summer is a busy time of year, kids out of school, va-cays, several Holidays, work and to some degree Q has told us there's not much more we can do for him / them in terms of research, it's more about spreading the word in our personal lives now, lol, not always an easy feat !
Very few people have the stamina that the POTUS has, so we'll take shifts and keep the fire burning here on ATS and continue to support " The Plan " everyday in every-way we Can !
The two groups recently "partnered" on a "Corporate Backers of Hate" campaign that targeted JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Boeing, Disney, IMB, Uber, Blackrock, and Blackstone, corporations they say could profit from President Trump's policies. The "mass lobbying" campaign consists of directly pressuring higher ups at each company through emails and has been called "unprecedented" by corporate responsibility experts.
Make the Road was also reported to have organized the "spontaneous" protests at New York's JFK Airport following Trump's Muslim travel ban. However, it was later discovered that the protests had been planned since the day after the presidential election. Uber, which had continued to pick up passengers from the airport during the event, found themselves in the center of the #DeleteUber pressure campaign following the protests. The CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick, later stepped down from Trump's advisory council.
The group is also behind the #GrabYourWallet campaign, which targets retailers for carrying Trump family products. Nordstrom ultimately pulled Ivanka Trump's products, although the store had claimed they had dropped her brand due to declining sales.
originally posted by: Trillium
I think the fat lady is going to sing.
Chick-A-Boom . . Chick-A-Boom
(Don't Ya Jes Love It)