US Representatives Matt Gaetz, Louie Gohmert, and Andy Biggs called on Attorney General Sessions to investigate Clinton’s email crimes and Loretta Lynch’s role in helping to bring a Russian lawyer into the US to set up Trump Jr. to make it look like Russian collusion. Sessions agreed to review the case with the help of Rod Rosenstein, his Deputy AG — but Rosenstein is a witness to those crimes and may, himself, be compromised. [It is not likely that a meaningful investigation will ensue.] -GEG
Three US lawmakers went on with Lou Dobbs on Monday to discuss the corruption in the Department of Justice Department under Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Rep. Matt Gaetz, Rep. Louie Gohmert, and Rep. Andy Biggs called on Attorney General Sessions to investigate the glaring Clinton crimes.
The disgruntled Republican lawmakers are beginning to voice the same displeasure over the inaction of Attorney General Jeff Sessions as many conservatives have for months.
The calls for Sessions to investigate the corruption surrounding Hillary Clinton and James Comey are growing louder.
As Josh Caplan reported earlier — GOP Congressmen Jim Jordan and Matt Gaertz called on Sessions to probe the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton private email use or resign.
Rappoport says the two most prevalent tests are the antibody test and PCR, and that both are inaccurate because they fail to address whether the germ is the cause of the illness, or if the body has been successful in fighting off the virus, or if there is enough of the virus in the body to cause illness.
Despite police admitting that such incidents are not crimes, the incidents are still logged on a system and can show up during a background check when applying for work, and could prevent the accused from getting jobs; nearly 120,000 ‘hate incidents’ have been recorded.
The High Court ruled that it was unlawful when police visited a man at his work place about his tweets and told him that a non-crime “hate incident” would be recorded. The court found the actions of the police interfered with the man’s right to freedom of expression.
The study stated, “In general, the characteristics of patients who died were in line with the early warning model for predicting mortality…” It appears that the new 2019-nCoV coronavirus is no more dangerous than common viral pneumonia that was found in each of the patients studied.
A tentative settlement awarding $25 million to Weinstein’s alleged victims has been reached to resolve nearly all lawsuits stemming from the scandal. However, Weinstein would not have to pay anything as the studio’s insurance companies would cover the cost.
National police forces of 10 EU member states are calling to create a system of interlinked facial recognition databases in addition to Prüm, the EU-wide database-cross-referencing system that already allows for all-at-once scanning of individual DNA, fingerprint, and vehicle registration databases.
It is theorized that Mattia, who is considered the first patient to fall ill from the coronavirus in the area, may have contracted the virus from his manager who returned to Italy from China on January 21. However, the manager still shows no signs of the virus.
ICE agents arrested two repeat-offender Mexican nationals at Sonoma County Court despite a California law prohibiting federal agens from making arrests at courthouses without a warrant from a judge. ICE claims it doesn’t matter what laws California put in place, because they don’t nullify federal immigration laws.
Zimmerman is going after Democrat presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren for their remarks on Twitter that USA Today said were made “for political gain in misguided and malicious attempts to bolster their standings amongst African-American voters, all at Zimmerman’s expense.”
Three trains derailed in February after a far-left extremist website called on fellow extremists to sabotage the trains in support of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation anti-pipeline protests. Such protests have crippled Canada’s rail system.
In 2018, Bayer bought Monsanto, a manufacturer of dicamba herbicide, for $63-billion, and, therefore, now holds Monsanto’s liability. Internal emails indicated that Monsanto refused to test the product for safety so they could claim that there was no evidence of a health risk.
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Sharyl Attkisson filed a lawsuit against Rod Rosenstein for conducting illegal surveillance from 2011 to 2014 under a government operation. A forensic expert said that remote spies had access to Attkisson’s computer, files, photographs, internet activities, and could listen to her audio through Skype.
During the Strzok hearing, it was revealed that former Inspector General Chuck McCullough discovered that nearly all of Hillary Clinton’s 30,000 emails on her homebrew server went to a foreign entity that isn’t Russia. Strzok ignored the revelation from McCullogh’s office. Four separate attempts were also made to notify DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz to brief him on the massive security breach, however Horowitz “never returned the call.”
Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch warned against trusting the mainstream media spin because the evidence in the IG report shows that at the same time the DOJ and FBI were protecting Hillary, they hired Fusion