President Trump just issued a demand that will shatter the corrupt Justice Department. The President is demanding the declassification of FISA courts documents, FBI reports and the texts of former top FBI officials.
This is an unprecedented show of muscle by Trump and his White House.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman, Devin Nunes, said this week that Democrats and the media are likely to be frightened by the information contained in Trump-Russia documents that Republicans are asking President Trump to declassify.
By now, most people are aware there was no FISA-court hearing on the Carter Page surveillance warrant. It was the news over the Labor Day weekend. Everyone talked about it, blogged about it, uploaded videos about it and gnashed their teeth in frustration and confusion.
The following article is an excellent example of the failure-to-operate-in-reality mindset that caused the stock dump in the first place.
Almost Never Has A Stock Drop Been So Wrong As Twitter’s Recent Collapse
These past few days Twitter has experienced a drop of historic proportions, as the company saw a 25%+ market sell-off from a drop in monthly active users.
The small roughly 1 million MAU drop seems to largely be from the massive clean-up of tens of millions of nefarious and fake accounts on the platform.
Mark Roberts is running for Congress in Oregon’s 2nd Congressional district as an Independent.
Roberts is a rabid Trump hater and took his attacks to the First Lady on Monday. Classy.
On Monday, Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk tweeted about First Lady Melania Trump using far less fewer staffers than Michelle Obama did.
In the Republican runoff for Georgia Governor, Brian Kemp crushed Casey Cagle by a margin so large Kemp’s over-sized pickup truck could easily fit in it. Kemp won with about 69 percent of the vote, sweeping the entire state — including the metro Atlanta area where Cagle was expected to have a stronghold.
Kemp’s Campaign Ad for Georgia Governor
Big River Steel said Friday that it will expand its operations near Osceola, Arkansas with a $1.2 billion investment that will double its hot-rolled steel production and result in the hiring of some 500 new employees.
Salaries for those new jobs, according to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, will average $75,000 a year.
Big River opened its scrap-recycling and steel production facility south of Osceola in northeast Arkansas just last year, after an investment of about $1.3 billion.