Trump Vindicated Trending on Twitter This A.M. as Wiretapping Claims Proved True

CANDIDATE TRUMP PICTURED WITH CAMPAIGN MANAGER PAUL MANAFORT.

On Monday night I posted this item on the shocking revelation that the FBI was wiretapping the Trump campaign, probably due to an effort by Obama to get dirt on Trump.

Now, early Tuesday morning in the U.S., Tweets with the Trump Vindicated label are trending.

This image is in one of the Tweets. Nice.

Link to Trump Vindicated on Twitter

When is AG Jeff Sessions going to get to the bottom of this mess by naming a Special Counsel to investigate the Obama/Clinton campaign?

The evidence just keeps spilling out that Obama and his administration were engaged in significant illegal espionage against the Republican challenger. It’s about time that heads rolled and Democrats don prison orange.

Excerpt from Breitbart

U.S. investigators wiretapped President Trump’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort, according to a report by CNN that vindicates the president’s earlier claims, which were mocked as a conspiracy theory.

President Trump had tweeted on March 4: “Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my “wires tapped” in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!”

Breitbart News editor Joel Pollak had reported the day before Trump’s tweet that the Obama administration “sought, and eventually obtained, authorization to eavesdrop on the Trump campaign: continued monitoring the Trump team even when no evidence of wrongdoing was found.”

Trump’s claim, and Breitbart News’s report, were mocked as a conspiracy theory, and other news outlets reported that there was no basis to the claims.

CNN itself at the time called the idea that Trump was wiretapped “incendiary.”

But a report Monday evening said U.S. investigators obtained a surveillance warrant on Manafort from a secret court and had monitored him before and after the election, including a “period when Manafort was known to talk to President Donald Trump.”

The report said the secret court that handles the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act had authorized a surveillance warrant against Manafort for an investigation that began in 2014, looking into his firm, the Podesta Group, and another firm’s lobbying work for Ukraine’s pro-Russian former ruling party.

“The surveillance was discontinued at some point last year for lack of evidence,” a source told CNN.

However, the FBI then restarted the surveillance after obtaining a new FISA warrant that extended early into this year. The report notably does not say when the new warrant was obtained. Manafort joined the Trump campaign as its chairman in May 2016.

NY Times Compares Trump Campaign to Organized Crime as Manifort Wiretapping and Mueller Terror Tactics Revealed

ROBERT MUELLER. POSTER BOY FOR THE AMERICAN POLICE STATE.

PAUL MANAFORT. DEEP STATE WIRETAPS LASTED FOR YEARS.

No wonder President Trump was so disgusted when Jeff Sessions appointed Robert Mueller as Special Counsel.

Mueller is a (((Deep State))) terrorist, according to what we now know. Mueller’s police state tactics are worthy of the Stalinist Soviet Union.

The news that Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was wiretapped since 2014 has broken big in the press, but the real news to any freedom-loving Constitutionalist is the big reveal on how dirtbag Mueller does business.

Zerohedge

With all of the massive hurricanes safely swirling far away from the continental U.S., for a few days at least, the New York Times and CNN has once again returned to their regularly scheduled programming: 24×7 Coverage Of Russian Collusion. Of course, just like their prior coverage, today’s ‘bombshell’ reports, which center around Paul Manafort, are heavy on the sensationalized story telling and light on the facts.

First, the New York Times brings us new, fascinating details of precisely how Robert Mueller raided Paul Manafort’s house earlier this summer using “shock-and-awe tactics to intimidate witnesses and potential targets of the inquiry.”

Paul J. Manafort was in bed early one morning in July when federal agents bearing a search warrant picked the lock on his front door and raided his Virginia home. They took binders stuffed with documents and copied his computer files, looking for evidence that Mr. Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, set up secret offshore bank accounts. They even photographed the expensive suits in his closet.

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Jewsmedia Rushing to Proclaim Juggalos the Real Americans After March on Washington Saturday

AMERICA–A SATANIC FREAK HORROR SHOW.

To become a Juggalo means becoming a clown. It requires joining a group of hedonists leading a life searching for meaning in irrelevancy, drug use, and criminality.

So, naturally the Jewish mainstream media love white youths who turn to Juggalo lifestyles, following the criminal rappers known as Insane Clown Posse.

On Saturday these wasted white youths marched on Washington in order to protest the FBI’s designation of Juggalos as a gang. The press has been sh*tting its pants all day praising the Juggalos and contrasting these so-called peaceful sh*ts with Trump’s “Nazis.”

Trump supporters were also having a D.C. rally today, but I’ve seen no coverage of that. So why weren’t the violent Nazis beating up the peace and love Juggalos???!!!

USA Today

A strange thing happened Saturday in Washington: out of all the groups marching in a confluence of protests, the one that gained the most respect was … the Juggalos?

Fans of the much-maligned band Insane Clown Posse took to the National Mall to protest being classified by a gang by the FBI, causing them to lose jobs, custody of their children and be turned away by the military, which they rightly say is discriminatory.

After all, plenty of acts have weird fans and none of them are on FBI watch lists.

“Music is not a crime” and “fandom is not a felony,” they noted on their signs.

These three Tweets are representative of the subversion of white values by the Jews who make up the media and the Juggalo “philosophy.”

There’s plenty more of it to be found on Twitter:

From The Hill comments section comes this truth about the crimes of the Juggalos:

Bob Frogg Bob Frogg • 4 hours ago

Here’s what the FBI and state police have found with Juggalos.

From Wikipedia:

Criminal activities: Murder, assault, drug trafficking, weapon trafficking, arson, burglary, robbery, theft, extortion, racketeering, dog fighting, auto theft[1][2][5]

Allies: Aryan Brotherhood (TX, WA, KS, OK, UT)[2], Aryan Brotherhood of Texas (TX, OK)[2], Aryan Circle (TX, WA, KS, OK, UT)[2], 211 Crew (WA)[2], Aryan Brothers Liberation (UT)[2], Ku Klux Klan (TX, KS, OK, WA)[2], Sureños (NC)[2], Crips (PA, CO, OK, UT)[2], Bloods (AZ, CO, PA, SD, WA, UT, OK)[2], Gangster Disciples (IL, IA, KS, MO, WI, VA)[2], Black Disciples (IL, KS, MO)[2], Simon City Royals (IL, KS, MO, WI)[2], Maniac Disciples (IL, KS, MO)[2], Spanish Cobras (AZ, IL, KS)[2]

Conspiracy or Accident? CIA Files on Oswald Missing from JFK Documents

There must be 100 different theories about who killed JFK. That works to the advantage of the real killers, whoever they may be.

Whatever the truth is, the evidence shows that the Deep State has long done its best to keep the public in the dark by promoting the lone nut gunman theory.

Alternet via Salon

All of the U.S. government’s files on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are supposed to be released by October 26. But one batch of CIA records on suspected assassin Lee Harvey Oswald has gone missing.

The records were part of a seven-volume file on Oswald held by the agency’s Office of Security. The OS is responsible for protecting CIA property and vetting agency personnel, and maintains a file system independent of the CIA’s Central File Registry. Declassified CIA records show that Volume 5 of the file records existed as recently as 1978.

The disappearance of the records, discovered by JFK researcher Malcolm Blunt, is significant because the Office of Security was the first component of the CIA to open a file on Oswald, an ex-Marine who defected to the Soviet Union in October 1959 and was later charged with killing JFK in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963.

The official story that Oswald acted alone is widely disbelieved. President Lyndon Johnson, First Lady Jackie Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, French president Charles DeGaulle, and Cuban leader Fidel Castro all privately concluded that JFK was killed by his political enemies, not by a lone assassin.

As a result, conspiracy theories have proliferated over the years, including President Trump’s bogus claim that Ted Cruz’s father was involved.

New JFK files

The disappearing Oswald file is the latest in a series of remarkable revelations that news organizations have found in long-secret JFK assassination files made public for the first time by the National Archives in July.

WhoWhatWhy reported on documents showing that the mayor of Dallas at the time of JFK’s assassination, Earle Cabell, was a CIA asset in the 1950s. His brother, Charles Cabell, was a high-ranking CIA official until 1962.

While the documents don’t show that Earle or Charles Cabell had any connection to JFK’s assassination, they do illuminate that the CIA’s extraordinary penetration of domestic American institutions extended to the city where JFK was killed. If anyone had said over the last 50 years that the mayor of Dallas in 1963 was a CIA asset, they would been derided as a conspiracy theorist. Now we know for a fact that he was.

Ian Shapira of the Washington Post plumbed the new records to recount the secret interrogation of Yuri Nosenko, a KGB intelligence officer who defected to the United States in 1964. Nosenko was detained without charges for four years in what would now be called a CIA black site.

The Nosenko affair (celebrated by HBO) was a key chapter in the CIA’s reaction to JFK’s assassination. James Angleton, the powerful chief of counterintelligence, suspected Nosenko had been dispatched by the KGB to conceal the Soviet ties to Oswald and the assassination. The interrogation of the “foul traitor” Nosenko failed to confirm Angleton’s conspiracy theory, according to the Post.

Writing for Politico, professor Larry Sabato and journalist Philip Shenon reported that one new CIA file showed that in the mid-1970s, one of Angleton’s top lieutenants came to doubt the Warren Commission’s finding that JFK was killed by Oswald, alone and unaided. Sabato and Shenon argue that the JFK investigation was “botched” and the possibility of a Cuban government involvement was ignored.

On AlterNet, I quoted extensively from the same records to show that the JFK investigation was not so much botched as “controlled’ by top CIA officials, including Angleton. The CIA made at least four false statements to investigators. The effect of these statements was to conceal what top CIA officers, including Angleton, knew of Oswald while JFK was still alive.

Collectively, the new JFK files pour more cold water on the “KGB did it” conspiracy theory, while encouraging questions about the “Castro done it” theory. Mostly, the new files illuminate how the CIA resisted investigation of Oswald after JFK was killed, and why the public, and CIA officials themselves, came to reject the official story of a lone gunman.

Officials of the National Archives have told AlterNet they will release thousands of pages of additional secret JFK records before October 26.

Steve Bannon: Comey Firing Biggest Mistake in Political History

Steve Bannon may be a political genius but even geniuses get it wrong sometimes.

James Comey needed to be fired because he’s corrupt. He was Hillary’s puppet. The world should not have to live with an FBI headed by a Clinton puppet.

Daily Caller

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said in a new interview with “60 Minutes” that the firing of James Comey as FBI director was the “biggest mistake in modern political history.”

In an unaired portion of the interview, Charlie Rose asked Bannon a line of questions about Comey’s May 9 firing and the subsequent hiring of Robert Mueller as special counsel.

“Someone said to me that you described the firing of James Comey as the biggest mistake in political history,” Rose told Bannon.

“That would probably be too bombastic even for me, but maybe modern political history,” replied Bannon, who resumed his position as chairman of Breitbart News after he left the White House last month.

“The firing of James Comey was the biggest mistake in modern political history?” Rose repeated.

“If you’re saying that that’s associated with me then I’ll leave it at that,” Bannon said.

Bannon also said that “there’s no doubt” that Comey’s firing set the stage for Mueller, a former FBI director, to be hired to oversee the Russia investigation.

Had Comey remained on the job, “we would not have the Mueller investigation, would not have the Mueller investigation in the breadth that clearly Mr. Mueller is going,” Bannon said.

Bannon also said that he does not believe that Mueller should be fired, an idea that Trump has reportedly discussed with some advisers. Asked about those reports, Bannon said “there’s nothing I ever heard like that.”

Comey’s firing, which came about a week after he testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, set off a chain reaction that led to Mueller’s appointment as special counsel.

Because Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a member of the Trump campaign, had recused himself from the Russia investigation, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was in charge of making decisions related to the probe. But Rosenstein came under fire because of a letter he wrote to Trump supporting Comey’s firing. Rosenstein responded by choosing Mueller to directly oversee the sprawling Russia inquiry.

Bannon was also asked about reports that Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner supported Comey’s firing. But the operative avoided the question, saying that “they’ll have to find that out either through the media or through the investigation. I don’t know.”

Mueller is a worrisome snake in the grass. But Trump will have to deal with him when and if he fabricates charges that support his Deep State bosses’ desire to be rid of Trump

Comey Investigation of Hillary Clinton Total Fraud: Lock Them Both Up

Corrupt CNN is protecting former FBI Director James Comey today by omitting the timeline for when Comey exonerated Hillary Clinton in private before going public. Apparently, it was MANY MONTHS before interviewing witnesses that Comey sat down and drafted an exoneration of Hillary Clinton.

CNN

Former FBI Director James Comey drafted a statement exonerating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for running her government emails through a private email server before completing the investigation, according to two Republican senators.

Comey prepared the draft exoneration for Clinton before conducting interviews with top Clinton aides who were offered immunity for their cooperation, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley and Sen. Lindsey Graham said Thursday in a joint statement, citing transcripts of interviews with former Comey aides obtained by the Senate judiciary committee.

Comey would go on to announce in July 2016 that the FBI would not recommend charges against Clinton — although he sharply chastised her decision to conduct State Department business through a private email server.

“Conclusion first, fact-gathering second — that’s no way to run an investigation. The FBI should be held to a higher standard than that, especially in a matter of such great public interest and controversy,” Grassley and Graham wrote in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray seeking more information — including all drafts of Comey’s final statement on Clinton’s emails by September 13.

None of the committee’s Democrats signed onto the request.

President Donald Trump commented on the senators’ statement Friday morning: “Wow, looks like James Comey exonerated Hillary Clinton long before the investigation was over…and so much more. A rigged system!” he tweeted.

Earlier this year, Comey testified before Congress that his decision to make the public announcement in July — something that rarely happens when investigators decide not to pursue charges — came because of political pressure he said he felt from Attorney General Loretta Lynch to downplay the investigation.

The transcripts released to the Senate judiciary committee come from interviews of FBI aides to Comey, conducted as part of a personnel investigation of him by the Office of Special Counsel (which is unrelated to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.)

In one exchange from the redacted transcripts, an unidentified FBI aide says that Comey first wrote a draft of the July statement in May 2016.

“There were many iterations, at some point, there were many iterations of the draft that circulated,” the unidentified aide said.
The FBI has not responded to CNN’s request for information.

A person familiar with the matter pushed back on the notion that Comey had already reached a conclusion that affected the investigation.

The person said back in spring 2016, agents and Justice Department officials were talking about how the investigation would end and there was a belief that the evidence was going in a direction to not support bringing charges. This individual said by April 2016 the FBI had reviewed most of the evidence and didn’t find evidence suggesting that Clinton had violated federal law. The person said the FBI wanted to interview her but didn’t believe it was going to change the outcome.

The source also said Comey was not involved in the day-to-day steps of the investigation, so even if he reached a conclusion it wouldn’t have affected the result of the investigation.

A second person familiar with the matter told CNN that Comey had not already made up his mind, and that it did not influence the investigation. The second source says the FBI had already reviewed much of the evidence by spring and it was becoming more clear that it was not likely to support bringing charges.

Comey’s handling of the Clinton email case has been a rare instance of Washington of successfully ticking off Republicans and Democrats almost across the board, although for very different reasons. Republicans accused Comey of going soft on Clinton, while Democrats blasted him for later resurrecting the issue with just days left in the 2016 election.

Comey, in testimony before the Senate judiciary committee this past May, said he felt “nauseous” at the thought of having swayed the election.

Roughly a week later, Trump fired Comey.

Never forget that when Trump fired Comey that Democrats and the media beat the drums for Trump’s impeachment.

The swamp is being drained. Let’s petition Congress to lock up Comey for fraud and dereliction of duty. He made himself an accessory after the fact to Hillary Clinton’s criminal activities. Comey was sold to the American people as a straight arrow. We were lied to.

ADL Suggests Cops Infiltrate, Film Antifa Protests — Then Takes It Back

Our campaign to have the antifa declared a terrorist organization has made the ADL nervous. They made a mistake. For the first time in a decades, their plans are being exposed.

Jewish Forward

The Anti-Defamation League has retracted recommendations that police infiltrate and film antifa protests, saying they had been “posted in error.”

The group deleted the advice from a primer for law enforcement on antifa, the anti-fascist protest movement that has grown in profile since the white supremacist riot in Charlottesville in mid-August.

The ADL has received millions of dollars in donations in the wake of the Charlottesville riots. Many Charlottesville counter-protesters opposing the white supremacist and neo-Nazis there identified as part of the antifa movement.

The deletion appears to have been made shortly after the Forward published a story about the recommendations to film and infiltrate antifa protests.

In a statement Wednesday night, ADL said that it had deleted the recommendations from its website and that it would “defer to law enforcement authorities to make their own decisions on best practices for handling protests that turn violent.”

Asked Thursday morning why the recommendations were removed, ADL reiterated its earlier statement.

In the original version of the primer, ADL suggested that police at antifa protests “capture as much as possible of the event on video, for use in any future arrests or prosecutions.”

ADL also advised that “some departments also place undercover officers in the crowds, to spot suspects and/or to be in a position to assist if a fight breaks out.”

Other deleted recommendations included a suggestion that police search antifa protesters for weapons before allowing them into a designated “assembly zone.”

The ADL appears to have removed only its recommendations from the primer, leaving up its information for law enforcement on the history, background and tactics of the antifa movement.

In a portion of the primer that remains online, ADL writes that “most established civil rights organizations criticize antifa tactics as dangerous and counterproductive.”

The ADL also says in the primer that there is not an equivalency between antifa and white supremacists. “The antifa reject racism but use unacceptable tactics,” he primer reads. “White supremacists use even more extreme violence to spread their ideologies of hate, to intimidate ethnic minorities, and undermine democratic norms.”

ADL’s critique of antifa comes amid a wave of liberal Jewish writers taking on the movement. In widely cited columns in the New York Times and The Atlantic, Todd Gitlin and Peter Beinart sepeartely charged that antifa’s use of violence is counterproductive.

ADL leader Jonathan Greenblatt has joined in that criticism on social media. “Whether by #AltRight or #Antifa, no excuses for violence,” Greenblatt tweeted on the day of the Charlottesville riots, hours before a white supremacist murdered a counter-protester in a car ramming attack.

Antifa supporters counter that their organizing has been uniquely effective in countering white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups.

The ADL’s withdrawn recommendation that police surveil and infiltrate antifa protesters ran counter to the traditional position of civil liberties groups, which generally oppose police infiltration and surveillance of protesters. The American Civil Liberties Union regularly denouncespolice infiltration of activists, arguing that it impedes First Amendment rights.

“United States law enforcement agencies, from the FBI to local police, have a long history of spying on American citizens and infiltrating or otherwise obstructing political activist groups,” the ACLU wrote in 2010. “Unfortunately, it appears that these old tendencies have once again come to the fore.”

A portion of the deleted text from the ADL’s primer for law enforcement on antifa.

Liberal Jews created the antifa, but now they’re retreating. It remains to be seen whether the antifa can put boots on the ground any more.

George Soros has experienced a defeat. Now let’s get on having him declared a terrorist via the White House petition.