Friday's HOT MIC
Highly recommend this discussion between John Batchelor, former congressman Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) and former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy regarding the House Intel Committee's new focus on the State Dept. -- which seems to have "laundered" Clintonworld's slimey oppo research on team Trump to make it palatable for the FBI. The middleman here was one Jonathan M. Winer, former secretary state John Kerry’s special envoy to Libya and his Senate adviser -- and coincidentally, an "old friend" of longtime Clinton fixer Sid (Vicious) Blumenthal.
By the way, the John Batchelor Show is one of the best radio talk shows out there -- you should definitely tune in sometime when you have the chance.
More: If you have 40+ minutes to spare, you should listen to former Clinton adviser Dick Morris wax on and on about the filthy dealings of Hillary's henchmen, Sidney Blumenthal and Cody Shearer, in the nineties. Do you think it's just a coincidence that these unsavory characters from Clintonworld have popped up in the RussiaGate scandal?
As Liz Sheld hinted in her Morning Update (below): What if I told you that Steele was just a cover to get the information from Blumenthal and Shearer to the FBI? I'm just speculating here...
Think that's beyond the pale? Listen to Morris describe some of their dirty tricks here. He could probably go on all day.
This is The Adventures of Tom Swift, Flash Gordon, and Forbidden Planet all rolled into one.
The landing of Falcon Heavy - Space X huge reusable spaceship.
I don't know about you but I'm on the next flight to Mongo.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) indicated during an interview on Fox News Monday that his committee would be asking for the transcripts of the four surveillance requests on Carter Page from the FISA Court.
He has made good on that promise according to Fox News, which has obtained a copy of his congressional letter to the court:
Writing to Rosemary M. Collyer, the presiding judge at the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, Nunes asked for transcripts of "any relevant FISC hearings associated with the initial FISA application or subsequent renewals related to electronic surveillance of Carter Page."
The FISA abuse memo detailed the troubling information that was discovered in the Page surveillance warrant, first granted in October 2016. After HPSCI Republicans released the memo last week, Democrats and the media (BIRM) loudly protested that it was "incomplete and misleading."
Now that Nunes wants to have the entire transcripts of the four surveillance requests released, they'll moan about something else most likely:
As Ace quips: "I'm sure this'll be another case where our Firefighter Media says 'Don't you dare demand information from the government!!!'"
If you want to know what Lefties are doing, just listen to what they accuse other people of doing.