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CIA’s Brennan Conspired with Foreign Spies

Matthew Vadum, More proof of Democrats’ seditious impulses. Although Russians may have aspired to influence the November election, the real election meddlers were Democrats in the Obama administration who conspired with foreign intelligence agencies against Donald Trump’s campaign, new media reports suggest. The key player, we are learning, is the already infamous John O. Brennan

Gen. Mike Flynn resigns amid Russia controversy

UPDATE: National security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned after reports he misled Trump administration officials about his contacts with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. Flynn’s departure less than one month into the Trump administration marks an extraordinarily early shakeup in the president’s senior team of advisers. Flynn was a loyal Trump supporter throughout the campaign, but

‘Trust Me’ Doesn’t Cut it on Russian Hacking

Kenneth R. Timmerman, This one-sided report smells like a political hatchet job.  Here’s the real problem with the joint intelligence report on alleged Russian hacking: without the classified details, we ordinary citizens are supposed to take the breathless allegations, presented as “high confidence” intelligence judgments, on faith. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and CIA

Assange says hacked Clinton emails didn’t come from Russia government

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange insisted that the thousands of emails from Hillary Clinton, her State Department staff, close allies and the Democratic Party that the website has published didn’t come from the Russian government. Assange spoke to Russia Today on Thursday and firmly denied Clinton’s assertions that the hacked emails came from Russia. Clinton and

Emails show Clinton campaign coordinated with State Dept. official before email revelation

Newly released emails appear to show a State Department official coordinating with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign before her use of a private email to conduct government business was revealed. Emails from campaign chairman John Podesta show that the state official provided Clinton aides with the agency’s official response to a New York Times reporter in

Ecuador ordered Assange’s internet cut off to tilt election toward Clinton #Wikileaks

The news that the Ecuadorean government purportedly cut WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s internet access, hours after the hacker group released another trove of damaging emails about U.S. presidential contender Hillary Clinton, could spell a reversal in relations between Quito and Washington. Assange, who has been living in the Ecuadorean embassy in London since June 2012

Ecuador cuts Julian Assange’s internet access: WikiLeaks

Anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks said on Monday that its founder Julian Assange’s internet was shut down by the government of Ecuador, deflecting blame from the U.S. or British governments which have sparred with Assange for releasing sensitive material. “We can confirm Ecuador cut off Assange’s internet access Saturday, 5 pm GMT, shortly after publication of (Hillary)