Bar Manager: Cops Never Talked With Staff About Night Seth Rich Was Murdered

A manager of the Washington, D.C., bar where Democratic National Committee worker Seth Rich was last spotted hours before he was shot and killed last summer told WND that D.C. police officers never interviewed the bar’s staff or requested any evidence from the bar, including the bar’s surveillance video from that night, as part of an investigation into Rich’s murder.

The revelation backs up a claim made by a private investigator who worked on the case who said D.C. police were told to “stand down” on the investigation.

WND also can report that the investigator recently was ordered to “cease and desist” his work on the murder case.

“The police never asked for the surveillance video from that night,” a manager of Lou’s City Bar told WND.

His name is being withheld for this story.

He said the bar’s surveillance video runs in a cycle of 30 days and that, by now, any footage that may have existed of Rich the last night he was seen alive has been taped over.

Furthermore, the manager said police never asked for any other kind of evidence from the bar such as Rich’s bar receipt from that night. The manager did note he wasn’t sure if Rich paid using a credit card or cash.

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Trump Told Russians That Firing ‘Nut Job’ Comey Eased Pressure From Investigation

President Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office this month that firing the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, had relieved “great pressure” on him, according to a document summarizing the meeting.

“I just fired the head of the F.B.I. He was crazy, a real nut job,” Mr. Trump said, according to the document, which was read to The New York Times by an American official. “I faced great pressure because of Russia. That’s taken off.”

Mr. Trump added, “I’m not under investigation.”

The conversation, during a May 10 meeting — the day after he fired Mr. Comey — reinforces the notion that the president dismissed him primarily because of the bureau’s investigation into possible collusion between Mr. Trump’s campaign and Russian operatives. Mr. Trump said as much in one televised interview, but the White House has offered changing justifications for the firing….continue reading

West Wing Leaks Turn Into Flood

After appointment of special prosecutor, White House staffers gripe to media about the boss

With the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special prosecutor for the so-called Russian investigation late on Wednesday afternoon, a fresh wave of leaks sprang from the West Wing.

This time the theme of the leaks wasn’t the eccentricities of the new president, as we often saw in the early weeks of the new administration of President Donald Trump.

Instead, it was a new kind of fear the president could not be managed, and that the end was nigh for many staffers, if not the president himself.

With a special prosecutor now ready to question even junior staffers about their knowledge of Russian hacking, former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, and more, The Washington Post didn’t have much problem coming up with a new Thursday headline on the alleged chaos inside the White House: “The worst job in Washington right now: Working for Trump.”

The Post’s sources were Trump staffers and supposed allies….continue reading

The Media Blasted All Over The World The Very Intel They Accused Trump Of Leaking To The Russians

Major media sources revealed not only the classified intelligence that President Donald Trump allegedly revealed to Russian officials, but also additional sensitive information which could be detrimental to national security.

The president allegedly shared classified details of an ISIS terror plot with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during a meeting last week. Sources and officials declared Trump’s revelations “highly damaging” and “inappropriate,” but that information may never have come to light without assistance from leakers and the media.

Media outlets were quick to report that foreign intelligence might be able to identify the ally that provided the information to the U.S. and the intelligence source of the plot, potentially compromising operations or what is possibly a human intelligence source. But it was U.S. media outlets outed the ally, the full nature of the plot, and the city where the plot was uncovered to the entire world, regardless of whether foreign intelligence agencies dished any of the information.

With the assistance of U.S. officials leaking information, major media outlets were able to publish highly-classified information for the general public….continue reading

Meet The WaPo: Fake News Ground Zero

For decades now, the Washington Post and New York Times have been read only by left-wing minions of the Democratic Party.  Both are well known propaganda machines of the far left in America.  But the situation changed for the worse in 2016, when Donald Trump became the 45th president of the United States.

Jeffrey P. Bezos formally took over as the owner of The Washington Post in 2013, officially ending 80 years of local control of the newspaper by the Graham family.

Bezos’s $250-million purchase was completed as expected with the signing of sale documents.  The signing transferred the newspaper and other assets from The Washington Post Co. to Nash Holdings, Bezos’s private investment company….continue reading

The Anonymous Sources Of Washington Post And CNN Fake News

Media fake news is everywhere.

No, the new health care bill does not treat rape as a pre-existing condition and Republicans did not celebrate its passage with beer.

The latest media outrage is driven by a Washington Post story about intelligence disclosures based on claims by anonymous sources. The Post’s big hit pieces are mainly based on anonymous sources.

Its latest hit piece runs a quote from, “a former senior U.S. official who is close to current administration officials.” That’s an anonymous source quoting hearsay from other anonymous sources.

This isn’t journalism. It’s a joke….continue reading


Thank God For The Leakers

It’s springtime for leakers!

The Trump administration is far and away the leakiest White Housein modern American history. And consequently, from high-ranking officials and White House staffers on down through Republicans in Congress to the legion of pro-Trump and anti-anti-Trump cheerleaders in the media, those looking to defend our hapless, bumbling, state-secret-divulging commander in chief invariably respond to the latest news story about the president’s stupefying incompetence by screaming: “But what about the leaks?!?!”

What about the leaks indeed.

I’m not immune to this. After Michael Flynn was forced out as Trump’s national security adviser, I wrote an angry column about the leaks that brought him down. Anonymous sources from within the intelligence community had inspired a series of stories in the press that had forced out a senior administration official in a matter of days. This was unorthodox. Dangerous. Following Eli Lake of Bloomberg News, I even called it an example of “police state” tactics….continue reading

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