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FBI ‘Failed To Preserve’ Five Months Of Text Messages Between Anti-Trump Agents

  FBI ‘Failed To Preserve’ Five Months Of Text Messages Between Anti-Trump FBI Agents Chuck Ross Reporter The FBI “failed to preserve” five months worth of text messages exchanged between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, the two FBI employees who made pro-Clinton and anti-Trump comments while working on the Clinton email and the Russia collusion investigations. The disclosure was made Friday in a letter sent by the Justice Department to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee (HSGAC). “The Department wants to bring to your attention that the FBI’sRead More


Former Fed Prosecutor: Obama Admin’s ‘Brazen Plot To Exonerate Hillary Clinton’ To Leak Out [VIDEO]

  The Obama Administration’s ‘Brazen Plot To Exonerate Hillary Clinton’ Starting To Leak Out, According To Former Fed Prosecutor Ginni Thomas Contributor A former federal prosecutor says the truth is starting to seep out about the Obama Administration’s “brazen plot to exonerate Hillary Clinton” and “frame an incoming president with a false Russian conspiracy,” according to an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation. Joe diGenova, a former federal prosecutor, connects the dots on former Obama administration Justice Department and FBI officials who may have “violated the law, perhapsRead More


45th Annual March For Life: Pro-Lifers Love Life, Their Country, And Trump

  Pro-Lifers Love Life, Their Country, And Trump Grace Carr Reporter Rally attendees came out in droves to attend Washington, D.C.’s 2018 March For Life, displaying awesome respect for life, country, and their president. The 45th annual March For Life (MFL), themed “Love Saves Lives,” opened with a speech by MFL president Jeanne Mancini, whose inspiring remarks kicked off a patriotic rally that celebrated both life and country. The crowd joined in song with a young pro-lifer who took the stage to sing the national anthem, just after all ofRead More


The Classified House Intel Memo That Is Rocking Washington [VIDEO]

  GOP Lawmakers Shocked By House Intel Report Alleging Surveillance Abuse Justin Caruso Media Reporter A classified House Intelligence Committee memo viewed by Republican lawmakers Thursday has been described as “shocking” and “explosive” by the congressmen who read it. National security journalist and Fox News contributor Sara Carter reported Thursday that the memo shows “extensive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuse.” The memo also reportedly contains information about the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), as well as the infamous Trump-Russia dossier. Carter also writes that sourcesRead More


FL Rep. Gaetz: ‘There Are People Who Will Go To Jail’ Over Classified Intel Report [VIDEO]

  Rep. Gaetz: ‘I Believe There Are People Who Will Go To Jail’ Over Classified Intel Report [VIDEO] Justin Caruso Media Reporter Republican Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz said on Fox News’ “Hannity” Thursday that he believes “there are people who will go to jail” over the contents of a classified House Intelligence Committee memo. WATCH: “I think that this will not end just with firings. I believe there are people who will go to jail,” Gaetz told host Sean Hannity. “I was very persuaded by the evidence, and it alsoRead More


Overlooked In The Immigration Debate

Here’s what is being overlooked in the immigration debate. The Departments of Justice and Homeland Security released a report this week showing that 3 out of 4 individuals convicted of international terrorism-related charges between September 11, 2001, and December 31, 2016, are foreign-born individuals who entered the United States through our immigration system. Recent reports from DOJ and DHS also draw attention to an issue often lost in the immigration debate: gender-based violence. * A 2011 Government Accountability Office report found that criminal aliens were convicted of 69,929 sex offensesRead More


Unemployment Claims Drop To Lowest Number In 45 years

  Unemployment Claims Drop To Lowest Number In 45 years Henry Rodgers Political Reporter The total number of workers claiming unemployment insurance fell to the lowest level in 45 years, the Department of Labor (DOL) reported Thursday. In the first two weeks of 2018, the number of applications claiming unemployment insurance benefits dropped from 41,000 to 220,000, the lowest recorded number since Feb. 24, 1973, when the number was 218,000, the DOL reported. The numbers came out one week after the DOL announced the total number of workers who actuallyRead More


Machete Attack On 73-Year-Old Meals On Wheels Volunteer Committed By A Foreign-Born ‘Son Of A Somali Refugee’

  EXCLUSIVE: Vermont Machete Attacker Is The Foreign-Born ‘Son Of A Somali Refugee’ Ryan Pickrell and Will Racke A man accused of violently assaulting an elderly volunteer worker with a machete outside a homeless shelter in Vermont earlier this month is the son of a Somali refugee, the Department of Homeland Security told The Daily Caller News Foundation. Abukar Ibrahim, a 32-year-old immigrant, assaulted 73-year-old Meals on Wheels volunteer Johanne LaGrange with a machete outside Harbor Place in Burlington, Vt., in early January after vandalizing vehicles and threatening other individualsRead More


Brutal Neck Stabbing Committed By Illegal Immigrant Who Was Deported 7 TIMES

  EXCLUSIVE: California Neck Stabber Was Illegal Immigrant Deported 7 Times Saagar Enjeti White House Correspondent A California man suspected of stabbing a fellow diner last month is an illegal immigrant who’s been deported previously seven times, a spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement tells The Daily Caller. The suspect, Eulalio Miniz Orozco, allegedly was captured on surveillance cameras on Dec. 21 getting up from his table while eating and brutally stabbing a fellow diner in the neck at Lola’s Supermarket in the Santa Rosa area. Orozco was arrested byRead More


Support For Trump’s Tax Plan Soars In January

  As Americans Wake Up To Being Lied To, Support For Trump’s Tax Plan Soars Robert Donachie Capitol Hill and Health Care Reporter Americans’ support for the recently signed Republican tax reform bill is soaring, growing nine percent in favorability since Christmas. Forty-six percent of Americans either strongly or somewhat approve of the law as of early January, compared to just 37 percent when the bill was entering the final stages of debate in late December, The New York Times reported Tuesday.     Americans are also becoming increasingly optimisticRead More