The State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security has finally finished sifting through millions of emails from Hillary Clinton’s illegal server – many of which were classified, and/or blind-copied to a Gmail address bearing the name of a Chinese company according to intelligence community inspector general (ICIG) Frank Rucker.
The anonymous CIA official’s complaint accusing President Donald Trump of “using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country” in the 2020 presidential race has been linked to an investigative journalism organization partially-funded by billionaire activist George Soros.
House Democrats held a “discussion” this morning on “adverse childhood experiences and the Trump Administration’s policies and proposals.”
Soon after the Ukraine-gate “whistle-blower” complaint was made public, questions about the source’s knowledge and background began to rise, as one former CIA officer noted very specifically:
The release of the full transcript of President Trump’s July 2019 telephone-call with Ukraine President Zelensky clearly shows the whistle-blower’s complaint that President Trump used the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country in the 2020 U.S. election, is based on hearsay – distorted information he or she received from someone that allegedly was present during the call. It has also been established by the Office of Intelligence Community Inspector General that the whistle-blower has a political bias against the President and in favor of one of his 2020 rivals.
President Trump and his allies have hit back over the Ukraine allegations, noting former Vice President Joe Biden openly bragged last year about pressuring Ukraine to fire a prosecutor who at the time was investigating Burisma. Biden’s son Hunter Biden was on the board of Burisma until early this year.
A group of scientists and professionals in climate and related fields sent a letter to the United Nations on Sept. 23 declaring that “there is no climate emergency.”
“The general-circulation models of climate on which international policy is at present founded are unfit for their purpose,” the letter, sent to Secretary-General António Guterres, states.