Acting DNI Richard Grennell showed that he’s not one to be screwed with.
Just days ago, he told Rep. Adam Schiff he had two choices: He could either release the long-hidden Russia investigation transcripts as promised or Grennell would do it for him (see Richard Grennell to Adam Schiff: Either Release Hidden Transcripts or I will). That wasn’t a bluff, and this afternoon, Schiff had his hand forced. The transcripts have now been released….
The hits just keep on coming! This was a very good day for America.
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Remember how President Trump rocked the boat at NATO in July of 2018, and then held a summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki? And how Dems, Nevers and Talking Snake Media all went nuts when President Trump took Putin at his word, instead of repeating the blather from U.S. intelligence agency professionals ?
At the time, we said at Happy Warriors that we liked Trump’s performance, and we only wished he had been more aggressive. In the Helsinki joint press conference, President Trump was challenged about did he trust the American intelligence community. We said at the time that we wished he had said:... [Read More]
The IG report is out and the issue of intent is on the table again. When Wray says that the IG didn’t find any political bias, he’s basically saying that nothing extraordinary happened, that nobody intended to do anything wrong. Why? Because they didn’t operate from bias. So, all of these minor missteps were not intended, they were inadvertent but always going against the president or for Hillary. Every one of the unintentional mistakes. Here’s ABC:
“[It’s] important to note what the Inspector General did not find,” Wray told reporters inside the FBI, marking one of the first times he’s taken questions from media representatives since becoming the agency’s director. “This report did not find any evidence of political bias or improper considerations actually impacting the investigation under review,” namely the FBI’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.... [Read More]