**STEVE BANNON MAKES NEWS WITH HIS NEW BOOK & QUOTES ABOUT THE WHITE HOUSE
**STATES THAT DONALD TRUMP JR.’S MEETING WAS ONE THAT IS TREASONOUS TO THE US
**WANTS AN INVESTIGATION INTO BOTH DON JR. AND JARED KUSHNER
**NORTH KOREA TWEET FROM PRESIDENT SETS OFF LIBERAL MEDIA- “MENTALLY UNSTABLE”
**IRAN PROTESTS CONTINUE AND THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM PERSISTS
**OBAMA’S FORMER CIA DIRECTOR, PANETTA SAYS OBAMA LEFT IRAN IN THE COLD IN 2009
4:05PM ET – Sara Carter, is a journalist and investigative reporter at the forefront of this Uranium One and Fusion GPS discovery, and broke the news of the compromised FBI agent Peter Strzok’s role in the formal questioning of General Flynn, and Victoria Toensing, partner at the law firm DiGenova & Toensing and legal representative for the informant at the center of these investigations. Sara and Victoria have been very outspoken about Uranium One and the nefarious dealings of the Clintons and their foundation for the past two years. Now with the DOJ looking more closely at their activities there may finally be some justice. Lastly, with the Fusions GPS ilk writing a column for the always ‘even handed’ NYTimes, we being to wonder why they have still not released their bank records.
Republicans have refused to release full transcripts of our firm’s testimony, even as they selectively leak details to media outlets on the far right. It’s time to share what our company told investigators.
We don’t believe the Steele dossier was the trigger for the F.B.I.’s investigation into Russian meddling. As we told the Senate Judiciary Committee in August, our sources said the dossier was taken so seriously because it corroborated reports the bureau had received from other sources, including one inside the Trump camp.
The intelligence committees have known for months that credible allegations of collusion between the Trump camp and Russia were pouring in from independent sources during the campaign. Yet lawmakers in the thrall of the president continue to wage a cynical campaign to portray us as the unwitting victims of Kremlin disinformation.
They claim they told investigators to look into “the bank records of Deutsche Bank and others that were funding Mr. Trump’s businesses” but they appeared “uninterested in that tip.”
4:30PM ET – Luke Rosiak, Investigative Journalist for the Daily Caller penned a piece in the Daily Caller outlining exactly what Huma Abedin did, when she did it, and why it’s illegal. President Trump tweeted about Luke’s piece, alerting social media that the White House is closely monitoring what Abedin and the Clintons did with classified materials and information.
Huma Abedin forwarded sensitive State Department emails, including passwords to government equipment, to her personal Yahoo email account before every single Yahoo account was hacked, the Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.
The timing of the Hillary Clinton aide’s use of the notoriously insecure personal email provider, which continued despite an apparent warning, virtually guarantees that an account with correspondence of Clinton’s State Department was compromised in one or more of a series of breaches, at least one of which was perpetrated by a “state-sponsored actor.”
A Russian intelligence agent was later charged with hacking 500 million Yahoo email accounts — and in a twist, he worked for a Russian company that paid Bill Clinton $500,000 for a June 2010 speech in Moscow.
Abedin, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, regularly forwarded work emails to her personal firstname.lastname@example.org address. “She would use these accounts if her (State) account was down or if she needed to print an email or document. Abedin further explained that it was difficult to print from the DoS system so she routinely forwarded emails to her non-DoS accounts so she could more easily print,” an FBI report says.
On August 24, 2009, Abedin sent the passwords to her laptop and FOB to her Yahoo account, an email released by the State Department in September 2017 (below) shows.
5:05PM ET – Amir Fakhravar, National Iranian Congress Senate Chairman and Founder of the Iranian Confederation of Students gives us an insider’s perspective on what is happening on the ground in Iran. Amir was once the president of the student organization he founded, and led the movement in Iran, before he was captured and imprisoned for 5 years. Part of that time was spent in Iran’s most notorious prison, Evin Prison, some of that in solitary confinement. Now in the United States he is still leading the charge and helping the people of Iran to find their voice, and their freedom.
The statement from Amir’s organization about the initiation of protests in Iran.
National Iranian Congress
December 31, 2017
Anti-Regime Protests all over Iran
Press Release by National Iranian Congress
On Saturday, December 23, 2017, the Iranian National Congress issued a formal request to the citizens of Tehran to begin a major protest movement to ﬁnally end the brutal, oppressive tyranny of the Khamenei regime. On Sunday, the protest in Tehran was launched by thousands of Iranian citizens willing to risk their lives to secure their fundamental human rights and liberty. The demands of the protestors were taken directly to the Khamenei’s palace. The protest movement will accept nothing short of the removal of the Islamic regime and establishment of a free, democratic Iran with a new government deﬁned by a Constitution guaranteeing the right of every Iranian citizen to live free of oppression and discrimination with justice and equality.
Having witnessed the Tehran protest, the citizens of Mashhad notiﬁed the National Iranian Congress that they wanted to join in support of the Tehran protest. Last Thursday, thousands of Iranians took to the streets of Mashhad in protest. Mashhad is Iran’s second largest and holiest city. Soon after, social media was inundated with clips of the bold and daring chants that were directly attacking the very foundation of the theocratic regime in Iran and its Supreme Leader. Responding to successive invitations by the National Iranian Congress, tens of thousands more Iranians across the country in cities large and small joined what has now become a full-on uprising. Millions of Iranian citizens in over 40 cities thus far have mobilized against the regime.