Too Deep To Drain – Aspects Lost In The James Wolfe Pleading…

Perhaps a reset of sorts is in order to understand why and how the DOJ is covering-up the most damaging evidence toward the institutions of the Senate, the DOJ and the FBI. The discussion must first reset to a key distinction:

What we know of the DOJ and FBI events, is entirely different from what the DOJ and FBI have admitted to….

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Trapped In Information Bubbles? Consequences Of The Media’s Polarized Trump Coverage

Shrill media reports about Donald Trump’s alleged praise of Confederate General Robert E. Lee underscore the president’s deep-rooted racism, or America’s fake news epidemic – depending on where you get your news from.

The recent soundbite controversy began after NBC claimed that Trump had heaped praise upon Lee during a speech – sparking an avalanche of indignation from liberal outlets. The network corrected its story two days later, conceding that its video report “lacked the full context for Trump’s remarks….”

>>> continue reading: Trapped In Information Bubbles? Consequences Of The Media’s Polarized Trump Coverage

Senate Security Staffer And Media Leaker James Wolfe Pleads Guilty To One Count Of Lying To FBI Investigators….

Damn this is frustrating.  Sorry folks, but this absolutely confirms the ongoing corruption within the DOJ that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is allowing.  This is a Trump administration cover-up.  The DOJ has issued a press release [SEE HERE] outlining a plea agreement with Mr. Wolfe where all charges are dropped except a single count of lying to investigators.

Here is the 10-page plea agreement [Cloud pdf Link Here and SCRIBD pdf Link Here]

Senate Security Chief James Wolfe was given a plea deal by the DOJ allowing him to plead guilty to a single count of lying to federal authorities, and avoiding all other consequences….

>>> continue reading: Senate Security Staffer And Media Leaker James Wolfe Pleads Guilty To One Count Of Lying To FBI Investigators….

James Wolfe, Former Senate Staffer Charged In Leak Probe, Pleads Guilty

James Wolfe, the former security head for the Senate Intelligence Committee, pleaded guilty on Monday to one count of lying to the FBI about his contacts with journalists.

Wolfe had been charged this summer with three such counts, but pleaded guilty to one count in exchange for avoiding a trial, according to an agreement he reached with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.

Sentencing his scheduled for Dec. 20 and he could face as much as five years in prison.

Wolfe, 57, once dated Ali Watkins, a New York Times reporter, who rose to fame covering national security issues for Congress.

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10 Facts About Google’s Censored ‘Project Dragonfly’ Chinese Search Engine

Google’s once-secret censored Chinese search engine project, Project Dragonfly, is now increasingly out in the open. Here are ten important facts about Google’s partnership with the authoritarian communist government of China.

The search engine will blacklist terms and searches about human rights, democracy, and protest.
Project Dragonfly will aid the Chinese government by blacklisting certain search terms and websites related to human rights, democracy, and peaceful protest.

According to the Intercept, Project Dragonfly “will comply with the country’s strict censorship laws, restricting access to content that Xi Jinping’s Communist Party regime deems unfavorable….”

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New York Times Admits Error In Having Kavanaugh Hater Write ‘News’ Article About Him

New York Times writer Emily Bazelon helped write a blockbuster story this week that revealed Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, once threw ice at another guy in a bar 30 odd years ago.

“Kavanaugh Was Questioned by Police After Bar Fight in 1985,” The New York Times headline read. The story, by Bazelon and one other “journalist,” said this: “As an undergraduate student at Yale, Brett M. Kavanaugh was involved in an altercation at a local bar during which he was accused of throwing ice on another patron, according to a police report.”

The piece didn’t go anywhere; Kavanaugh wasn’t arrested and a man cited in the story said Kavanaugh threw a beer on the patron (the ice disappeared somehow)….

>>> continue reading: New York Times Admits Error In Having Kavanaugh Hater Write ‘News’ Article About Him 

Emails: Kavanaugh Accuser’s Attorney Lied About GOP ‘Game-Playing’

While Christine Blasey Ford’s last-minute accusation upended the Senate Judiciary Committee, with Deborah Ramirez Sen. Charles Grassley and his team were prepared.

On Sunday, The New Yorker published Deborah Ramirez’s uncorroborated claim that while both were freshmen at Yale University, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh exposed himself to her during a binge-drinking party.

Since The New Yorker ran the article, it has been taking heat for running it given that Ramirez admits she was intoxicated at the time some 35 years ago, and only “[a]fter six days of carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney” did she decide Kavanaugh had been the culprit. Then The New Yorker used second- and third-hand gossip to support Ramirez’s recollection even though several individuals with first-hand knowledge denied Kavanaugh’s involvement….

>>> continue reading: Emails: Kavanaugh Accuser’s Attorney Lied About GOP ‘Game-Playing’

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