How The Full Declassification Of This FISA Warrant Could Trigger The ‘Great Awakening’

  • The Facts:A full declassification of the FISA warrant on Carter Page that authorized the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign before the 2016 elections may hold the key to uncovering crimes perpetrated by Deep State players in the American political arena.
  • Reflect On:Is the ‘Great Awakening’ all about the political efforts of ‘patriots’ trying to reveal the truth behind hidden partisan maneuvers? Or is it something more that we all play an active role in?

If, like me, you do not follow the current machinations in American politics on a comprehensive basis, but you are rather just trying to get the gist of what is going on underneath the deception and posturing, then the names and events that have come flooding forward can be somewhat overwhelming, and hard to distinguish. Take the ‘Russia Collusion’ narrative: We have Mueller. Rosenstein. Sessions. Nunes. Comey. Manafort. Flynn. Page (Carter or Lisa?). Strzok. McCabe. Steele. Ohr. Papadopoulos. And the list of ancillary players goes on. Can you distinguish all these players and their roles…?

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The Legacy Of Jeff Sessions

Jeff Sessions corrected many wrongs in the department created under the Obama administration.

Here’s a proposition it’s hard to argue against: Edwin Meese is the person best positioned to assess Jeff Sessions’ tenure as attorney general of the United States because he is one of the best lawyers to ever to serve in that office.

And Meese gives Sessions two thumbs up, saying that he served “with distinction” and “restored integrity to the Justice Department.” One of Sessions’ main accomplishments, Meese noted, was the department’s “renewed emphasis on fighting violent crime, illegal immigration, and the drug epidemic.”

Meese is not alone in his assessment. Former Attorneys General William Barr and Michael Mukasey have also opined that Sessions was “outstanding” in his role….

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DHS: Less Than 10 Percent Of Migrants Have Legitimate Asylum Claims

Less than 10 percent of the migrants arriving at the United States-Mexico border from Central America have legitimate asylum claims, new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data reveals.

As President Trump’s administration releases new asylum rules — blocking illegal border crossers from claiming asylum in the U.S. — DHS data notes that the overwhelming majority of Central American migrants who claim “credible fear” do not have legitimate asylum claims.

The issue of the country’s loose asylum laws — where foreign nationals can claim that they fear for their lives in their native country and be released into the U.S. until their day in court — has sparked debate as a caravan of 7,000 to 10,000 Central Americans heads to the U.S….

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8 Ways In Which Jeff Sessions Sucked

The former attorney general’s worst hits

On his way out the door yesterday, former Attorney General Jeff Sessions took credit for reversing an upswing in violent crime. “We prosecuted the largest number of violent offenders and firearm defendants in our country’s history,” he said in his resignation letter.

“We took on transnational gangs that are bringing violence and death across our borders and protected national security. We did our part to restore immigration enforcement. We targeted the opioid epidemic by prosecuting doctors, pharmacists, and anyone else who contributes to this crisis with new law enforcement tools and determination. And we have seen results. After two years of rising violent crime and homicides prior to this administration, those trends have reversed—thanks to the hard work of our prosecutors and law enforcement around the country.”

It is true that the murder and violent crime rates went up in 2015 and 2016 before falling in 2017, but it is ludicrous for Sessions to suggest that he is responsible for that improvement. Leaving aside the limited role that the federal government plays in criminal justice, Sessions wants us to believe that things he did after taking office in February 2017 had an immediate, magical effect on violence, such that there were 3,341 fewer murders that year than in 2016….

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9th Circuit Blocks Trump’s Moves To End DACA

A federal appeals court upheld a nationwide injunction against President Donald Trump’s termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program Thursday.

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit concluded DACA’s recension “is arbitrary, capricious, or otherwise not in accordance with law.”

Supreme Court action could soon follow. The Trump administration asked the high court to intervene in the DACA cases Monday. The move was highly unusual, as three federal appeals courts, including the 9th Circuit, are separately reviewing orders requiring the government to continue administering DACA. The justices seldom review a case before the circuit courts issue judgment….

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7 Times Jeff Sessions Triumphed For Trump’s ‘America First’ Agenda

As attorney general, Jeff Sessions had numerous triumphs and promises kept for President Trump’s “America First” agenda.

Here, Breitbart News details Sessions’ victorious tenure….

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Democrats Crying Foul Over Sessions’ Replacement

  • Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has made comments disagreeing with aspects of the Mueller probe and it’s driving Democrats crazy.
  • Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is already calling for Whitaker to recuse himself from his oversight position on the Mueller investigation.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions tendered his resignation on Wednesday at the request of President Trump, and his acting replacement, Matthew Whitaker, is alarming Democrats and Special Counsel Robert Mueller loyalists across the country.

Whitaker, 48, joined the Department of Justice as Sessions’ chief of staff in October 2017 and has previously spoken out against the Mueller investigation and the handling of Hillary Clinton’s email investigation, leading to many Democrats already calling for his recusal from the Russia investigation….

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