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We told you about the reports that fired FBI Director James Comey had planted spies in the White House. And we told you that we were doing something about it.
Last month, we sent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to the FBI and other offices of the Department of Justice (DOJ) so we could determine for ourselves what Comey and his circle of corruption had done in their efforts to spy on the Trump Administration.
The deadline for the FBI to comply with the FOIA has now passed and it has not complied.
Today, we are filing a federal lawsuit against the FBI in Washington, D.C. If these Deep State agencies will not comply with the law until a federal court forces them to, then we’ll keep filing federal lawsuits and taking them to court.
originally posted by: xuenchen
originally posted by: queenofswords
Did anybody see what Trump was responding to before their tweet was removed and their account suspended?
Tweet with original 😎
Based on the "Comey" I.G. Report, does anyone doubt that leaking/lying James Comey would do something this unprecedented and treasonous?
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: crankyoldman
When Justice Roberts made this rare public statement to rebuke President Trump, "America's Judges are not partisan in our decisions!", that confirmed to every American that our JUDGES ARE PARTISAN.
originally posted by: cherokeetroy
Apple engineer Steve Salika, employee of 30 years, was on board doomed dive boat at time of fire
Deirdre O’Brien, a senior vice president at Apple, said Wednesday that Steve Salika, who had been with the company for 30 years, was one of the passengers.
Salika was on the diving trip with his wife, Diana Adamic, and their daughter, Tia Salika, who was celebrating her 17th birthday. O’Brien said Salika and Adamic met while working at Apple.
O’Brien identified Dan Garcia as another employee on the boat, saying he was passionate about his job at Apple and loved diving.