Russia

NY TIMES: FBI Sent Agent ‘Posing as Research Assistant’ to Infiltrate Trump's 2016 Campaign

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.02.19

The New York Times is now reporting that the FBI sent an “investigator posing as a research assistant” to meet with Trump campaign aides heading into the 2016 presidential election as part of a “counterintelligence inquiry.”

“The woman had set up the meeting to discuss foreign policy issues. But she was actually a government investigator posing as a research assistant, according to people familiar with the operation. The F.B.I. sent her to London as part of the counterintelligence inquiry opened that summer to better understand the Trump campaign’s links to Russia,” reports the Times.

“The American government’s affiliation with the woman, who said her name was Azra Turk, is one previously unreported detail of an operation that has become a political flash point in the face of accusations by President Trump and his allies that American law enforcement and intelligence officials spied on his campaign to undermine his electoral chances,” adds the article.

Read the full story here.

DEEP STATE DENIED: DC Court Demands DOJ ‘Preserve’ Comey’s Work Emails

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.07.18

A federal court in the District of Columbia ruled Tuesday that the Department of Justice must retain all of former FBI chief James Comey’s work-related emails, including those exchanged using a private account.

“On Monday, SaraACarter.com reported that government watchdog, Judicial Watch had filed a motion in the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia, requesting that the Department of Justice preserve records from former FBI Director James Comey’s personal email account,” writes Sara Carter.

“The organization announced Tuesday that the Department of Justice has been ordered to preserve those email records and must review and release any ‘responsive, non-exempt records’ to Judicial Watch by September 28,” she adds.

The court ruled:

“[T]he Court will allow [the DOJ] until September 28, 2018, to complete its review and release any responsive, non-exempt records to Plaintiffs. That being said, [the DOJ} is also ORDERED to make rolling productions between today and September 28, 2018, at reasonable intervals, of any records that are reviewed and found to be responsive and non-exempt. In order to avoid any possible issues later in this litigation, the Court will GRANT [Judicial Watch’s] Motion. [The DOJ] is ORDERED to take all necessary and reasonable steps to ensure that any records that are potentially responsive to either of the Plaintiffs’ FOIA requests located on former Director Comey’s personal e-mail account are preserved. Although it contends that such an order is unnecessary, [the DOJ] has not explained why this preservation order would prejudice the Defendant or cause any undue burden.”

Read the full story at SaraACarter.com.

‘SPYGATE’: President Trump SLAMS the ‘Criminal Deep State’

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.23.18

President Trump unloaded on the ‘Criminal Deep State’ Wednesday morning; blasting recent reports that the FBI had an “inside man” interacting with the Trump campaign ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

The President took to twitter to vent his frustration just days after multiple sources say the bureau had an informant inside the Trump camp; saying the “major spy scandal” will be “the likes of which this country may never have seen.”

“Look how things have turned around on the Criminal Deep State. They go after Phony Collusion with Russia, a made up Scam, and end up getting caught in a major SPY scandal the likes of which this country may never have seen before! What goes around, comes around!” Trump tweeted.

“SPYGATE could be one of the biggest political scandals in history!” he added.

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