Stefan Halper, the alleged informant or “mole” in Trump’s campaign, received more that a million dollars from 2012 through 2016 from the Department of Defense. Instead of appointing a second Special Counsel to investigate the spy case against Trump, Rod Rosenstein referred the case to Inspector General Michael Horowitz who lacks the power to subpoena. Additionally, IG Horowitz is not authorized to press criminal charges, but may only turn the case back over to the Department of Justice if he finds wrongdoing.
Less than a week after Stefan Halper was outed as the FBI informant who infiltrated the Trump campaign, public records reveal that the 73-year-old Oxford University professor and former U.S. government official was paid handsomely by the Obama administration starting in 2012 for various research projects.
A longtime CIA and FBI asset who once reportedly ran a spy-operation on the Jimmy Carter administration, Halper was enlisted by the FBI to spy on several Trump campaign aides during the 2016 U.S. election. Meanwhile, a search of public records reveals that between 2012 and 2018, Halper received a total of $1,058,161 from the Department of Defense.
Five alleged Muslim extremists who are accused of training children to carry out school shootings have been released on bond after one of their attorneys complained that the men were only being targeted because they’re […]
Mr. Strzok was the lead investigator on the botched Clinton email case, he changed the language from ‘gross negligence’, a legal term, to ‘extremely careless’ in the charge against Hillary, he knew there were 675,000 Clinton emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop, but he redirected FBI attention at the Russia collusion allegations against Trump. […]
Officials discovered through a DNA test that Pedro was not the father and that the young victim had been told by her mother “to accompany Pedro to the United States” so he could find the mother a job. […]
Five justices sit on the state Supreme Court in West Virginia. One of the judges, Menis Ketchum, retired a few weeks ago and will plead guilty to federal corruption charges while the remaining four judges have had articles of impeachment drafted against them. […]
Following President Trump’s crackdown on immigration and gangs, the leftist website Vox produced a video portraying the MS-13 gang from El Salvador as responsible teenagers who ride bikes, listen to music, and work after school jobs. In truth, MS-13 is brutally violent and criminal. […]
About 200 Antifa protesters displayed anger at the one-year anniversary of the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville, even though no members of the far-right attended. The leftist domestic terrorists assaulted an NBC news crew and beat a police officer. The protesters lunged at the media for filming the march and they screamed at police for wearing riot gear. […]
A US federal judge authorized the seizure of Venezuela’s only sizable US asset, Citgo Petroleum. This was the country’s major source of income and its loss will cripple the Maduro regime. Venezuela is $150-billion in debt and will fall into full default without income from Citgo. The Russians will also lose money because they own 49% of Citgo. […]
Naturally, Monsanto will appeal the verdict, but this could become a precedent-setting case leading to further attempts to make Monsanto accountable for the illnesses caused by its products. There are an estimated 2,000 more cases like this in state courts and hundreds more in federal courts. […]
She appears distressed in her video as she recounted that the gang demanded her silence during council debates and that she recently had received a death threat warning that “we will soon cut your throat and let you bleed to death.” […]
The EPA has discontinued efforts to repeal the job-killing ozone smog regulations imposed by the Obama administration. This is a retreat from the campaign promises of President Trump who had singled out the ozone standards as one of four EPA regulations that definitely would be eliminated. […]
Eric Clanton, a philosophy and ethics professor at Diablo Valley College, was granted a plea deal and will receive probation instead of punishment following his violent attacks on Trump supporters. Police report that he bashed seven people with a bike lock at Berkeley in April 2017. Clanton was charged with four counts of felony assault and faced 11 years in prison. […]
Attorney Braley Shear says universities are attempting to reshape society by discriminating against students based on political ideologies and by marginalizing conservative viewpoints. He warned teens to audit their digital profiles and lock down their social-media accounts during the college-application process. […]
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After decades of waste, overpayments, trillions of missing dollars and, most recently, losing track of 44,000 soldiers, the Pentagon is about to undergo its first audit in history. In 2015 alone, a staggering $6.5 trillion was unaccounted for, with $2.8 trillion in ‘wrongful adjustments’ occurring in just one quarter. Corruption goes back to the 1980s when the Pentagon was buying $37 screws, $7,622 coffee makers, and $640 toilet seats. […]
The US Department of Defense has, indeed, been working on genetic-extinction technologies that could wipe out malarial mosquitoes, invasive rodents or other species, including humans. If they could advance the technology to the point where races and sub-species could be targeted, it could turn into a monstrous weapon. There is no oversight or ethical considerations for genetic experiments. […]
German researchers from the Braunschweig University of Technology report that inaudible ‘ultrasonic’ signals embedded in TV ads can activate smartphones to listen to background sounds and collect information on personal activities, program preferences, and political affiliation. […]