The Tables are Turning in Russia Investigation

 

If anyone knows what it means to be caught in the web of the Russia-collusion operation to unseat the President of the United States, it’s George Papadopolous. Although naive when first singled-out by Brennan, Comey, Halper, Mifsud, etc., after withstanding the unenviable attention and focus of Muller’s investigation, Papadopoulos has proven himself to be quick on the up-take.

 

George’s Tweet

 

Professor Hanson’s article

Will President Trump Make Good on Promise?

 

Recognized as some of the strictest in the world, Mexico has a history of enforcing its immigration laws. But the new far-left administration of Manuel Lopez Obrador, has made it abundantly clear the policies of the past are no longer in effect, embracing the United Nation’s Migration Compact or the right to Freedom of Movement.

Mexico: Trump Must Accept this New Reality

 

Four days after issuing a firm threat to shut down the U.S. southern border as soon as this week, President Donald Trump on Tuesday was far less definitive.
“I haven’t made that intention known,” Trump said when asked by a reporter during an Oval Office photo-op if he intended to close the border this week.

The Web Continues to Unravel

 

The ICIG reportedly found an “anomaly on Hillary Clinton’s emails going through her private server, and when they had done the forensic analysis, they found that her emails, every single one except four, over 30,000, were going to an address that was not on the distribution list. It was a compartmentalized bit of information that was sending her classified emails to an unauthorized source.”

$450 Million da Vinci Vanishes

 

In 2017, the art world was abuzz as drama unfolded around the sale of “Salvator Mundi,” a painting of Jesus Christ that was attributed to Leonardo da Vinci. Intrigue surrounding the work ran high between its record-setting selling price of more than $450 million, an anonymous bidder thought to represent Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and experts from around the world debating the authenticity of the work, which looked distinctly different from da Vinci’s other works.

The Silencing of Jeanine Pirro

 

The best evidence of a powerful media taboo is the absence of any mention of something the public is aware of.  The power to banish any reference to a subject that media consumers are interested in is almost awe-inspiring; it demonstrates genuine command.

So, when Judge Jeanine Pirro returned to the Fox News Channel last Saturday night, her fans, tuned-in eagerly to see what she would say about the forces that drove her into a two-week suspension, with worries over her future at the dominant cable news outlet. That would be the council on American Islamic Relations and their campaign to remove Judge Pirro from the network after Pirro questioned congressperson Omar’s loyalty to the United States and the Constitution.