Former US President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton at the 2016 DNC convention
All hell is breaking loose in Washington D.C. after a four-page memo detailing extensive FISA court abuse was made available to the entire House of Representatives last night.
The contents of the memo are so explosive, says Journalist Sara Carter, that it could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and the Department of Justice and the end of Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation [into alleged Russia-Trump collusion].
Source close to the matter tells Fox News that “the memo details the Intelligence Committee’s oversight work for the FBI and Justice, including the controversy over unmasking and FISA surveillance.”
An educated guess by anyone who’s been paying attention for the last year leads to the obvious conclusion that the report reveals extensive abuse of power and highly illegal collusion between the Obama administration, the FBI, the DOJ and the Clinton Campaign against Donald Trump and his team during and after the 2016 presidential election.
When BuzzFeed published that now-infamous dossier of unproven claims about Donald Trump and Russia, in January, former Hillary Clinton campaign aides expressed outrage that news outlets that had obtained the dossier before Election Day did not make its contents public in time to influence voters, and Clinton later aired the same grievance in her book about the presidential race.
It turns out that the reaction of the Democratic presidential nominee and her team was disingenuous.
Hillary Clinton and her running mate Tim Kaine deliver their concession speeches at the New Yorker Hotel following Donald Trump and Mike Pence’s victory in the US Presidential and Vice Presidential elections last night.
The IBD/TIPP poll — a collaboration between Investor’s Business Daily (IBD) and TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence (TIPP) — has been the most accurate poll in recent US presidential elections.
The final poll included 1,107 likely voters, and is based on weighted results of 361 Democrats, 333 Republicans, and 381 people who identify as independents or other. The final poll, which has a margin of error of +/- 3.1 percentage points, was conducted from Nov. 4 through Nov. 7.
The poll shows Clinton doing better among women (44% to 40%), minorities (64% to 13%), urban voters (56% to 25%), the nonreligious (55% to 22%), and union households (48% to 41%).
Trump does better among men (46% to 38%), whites (51% to 34%), investors (48% to 42%), rural voters (58% to 29%) and those who describe themselves as working class (43% to 42%) or lower-class households (41% to 30%).
Trump also does better among independents (39% to 31%), with Johnson capturing a strong 16% of this group’s support.
“It’s alarming that national media outlets and professional journalists can be so biased over the way news stories are crafted and presented in the race for the White House. That’s what the latest batch of WikiLeaks emails suggests,”
The collusion between major media outlets and the favored candidate, in this case Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, runs counter to the integrity upheld daily by a majority of hard-working community journalists in the United States,”
To date, the national media has acted more like a Clinton lapdog in its selective reporting on the campaign trail than a Clinton watchdog,” the editorial wrote, later adding, “Accountability is the only thing that can force Clinton to honor the best interests of America. And it must come from an unbiased media.”
Editorial in the The Lowell Sun, in the Democrat state of Massachusetts