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Based on Nunes past history, those documents should be out on the streets about 15 minutes after he gets possession. 

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“I am so proud,” Weissmann told Yates in an email.  Weissmann, who joined Mueller’s team in June, was was then a top prosecutor in the Justice Department’s criminal division. “And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects.” Yates was fired by Trump for her insubordination.

 

Weissmann’s role in the Special Counsel is significant. He is described as Mueller’s right hand man the investigation, which appears to be expanding from its original edict to investigate alleged collusion between members of the Trump campaign with  Russia, to a broader financial investigation of Trump, members of his family and campaign officials.
 
 
 
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Re: Rosenstein agrees to turn over documents to Nunes

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Sinclair bought up most of our local tv stations here. The news was degraded and CONSOLIDATED ( as in ch57 news is used on 3 stations. ). Its also become less fact based with more slanted editorials and fake new, like Fox. So, i dont watch my local news anymore. The story that sealed that was an editorial they had on a local extreme right congressman. While this person was fighting in congress to cut veterns benefits with several bills they authored, local news ran a story about this person HELPING VETS because they helped one guy get his benefits. None of them mentioned what this person was doing in congress. 

 

Yeah..thats sinclair.

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Re: Rosenstein agrees to turn over documents to Nunes

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Rosenstein not only agreed to provide all the documents requested, which include unredacted FBI interviews with witnesses, as well as access to eight key FBI and DOJ witnesses but information on Andrew Weissmann, who’s now a senior member of the special counsel.

 

Moreover, the committee notes that the Justice Department is “researching records related to the details of an April 2017 meeting between DOJ Attorney Andrew Weissmann (now the senior attorney for Special Counsel Robert Mueller) and the media, which will also be provided to this Committee by close of business on Thursday, January 11, 2018.” Weissmann, who is considered a top criminal prosecutor,  was described in a New York Times report as Mueller’s “legal Pit Bull.”

 

 

 

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Nunes is under investigation by Special Prosecutor Mueller

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Unconfirmed press reports that Devin Nunes is under investigation by Special Prosecutor Bob Mueller. That would be the ultimate irony, because once Nunes is indicted, then Speaker Ryan may be indicted because all of accessorial conduct. Now, both of them in prison would be justice. 

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From the original article:

 

 

The salacious and unsubstantiated dossier was compiled by former British MI-6 spy Christopher Steele, who was paid by the security firm Fusion GPS. The Washington Post revealed in October, the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign paid Fusion GPS for the opposition research conducted by Steele.

 

Nunes had originally issued subpoenas for the documents and records on Aug. 24,  but committee staff told this reporter they had been “stonewalled”  by both the FBI and Justice Department for months.

 

 

 

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jimc91 wrote:

By Sarah A. Carter

 

Yes, Good job Sarah!!!!

 

Speaking of jobs, let's delve a bit into where Sarah Carter has called home over the years.

 

At one time, before her present employ, Ms. Carter worked for THE WASHINGTON TIMES. You remember them. They are THE MOONIE CULT organization's mouthpiece for a cult that has ruined many peoples lives, bank accounts, and families.

 

Anybody want to buy a flower?????

 

Then she went to work for her present employer, Circa. Now I am not making this up....... this company was started by a guy named BEN HUH.

 

Got a chariot anyone???????

 

Circa, a company that failed once already as a sustainable business, was bailed out by a company called SINCLAIR BROADCAST GROUP. The COO was John Solomon. John Solomon previously worked for................. you guessed it......THE WASHINGTON TIMES!!!!

 

Anybody want to buy a flower?????

 

If you dig just a little deeper, you will find out that THE SINCLAIR BROADCAST group entered into a sweetheart deal with the TRUMP CAMPAIGN regarding what "NEWS" they would report from the campaign. This slant is continued today as they "report" on the administration.

 

Don't believe anything you read bylined by SARAH CARTER.

 

It is tainted by having worked for a cult at THE WASHINGTON TIMES and a failed media outlet, CIRCA, and, for all intents and purposes, an arm of the TRUMP administration, SINCLAIR BROADCAST GROUP.

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Exactly right Senator!!  Time to restore law and order within our Federal Agencies.  Please see this through!

 

 

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Rosenstein agrees to turn over documents to Nunes

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By Sarah A. Carter

 

The Department of Justice has agreed to turn over all documents related to the controversial dossier to the House Intelligence Committee after four months of wrangling and legal threats ended in a Wednesday night phone call and agreement.

 

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-CA, and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein spoke at length Wednesday night, just hours before Nunes’  imposed midnight deadline on the Justice Department passed.

 

Rosenstein not only agreed to provide all the documents requested, which include unredacted FBI interviews with witnesses, as well as access to eight key FBI and DOJ witnesses but information on Andrew Weissmann, who’s now a senior member of the special counsel.

 

Moreover, the committee notes that the Justice Department is “researching records related to the details of an April 2017 meeting between DOJ Attorney Andrew Weissmann (now the senior attorney for Special Counsel Robert Mueller) and the media, which will also be provided to this Committee by close of business on Thursday, January 11, 2018.” Weissmann, who is considered a top criminal prosecutor,  was described in a New York Times report as Mueller’s “legal Pit Bull.”

 

Justice Department officials could not be immediately reached for comment.

 

Judicial Watch, a government watchdog group, released multiple internal Justice Department emails in early December, showing senior employees of the Justice Department lavishing praise on then-former acting Attorney General Sally Yates after she defied President Donald Trump’s January, 2017, travel ban executive order.

 

“I am so proud,” Weissmann told Yates in an email.  Weissmann, who joined Mueller’s team in June, was was then a top prosecutor in the Justice Department’s criminal division. “And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects.” Yates was fired by Trump for her insubordination.

 

Weissmann’s role in the Special Counsel is significant. He is described as Mueller’s right hand man the investigation, which appears to be expanding from its original edict to investigate alleged collusion between members of the Trump campaign with  Russia, to a broader financial investigation of Trump, members of his family and campaign officials.
 
“It is my hope that this agreement will provide the Committee with all outstanding documents and witnesses necessary to complete its investigations into matters involving DOJ and FBI,” stated Nunes in the letter. “As agreed, designated Committee investigators and staff will be provided access to all remaining investigative documents, in un-redacted review at DOJ on Friday, January 5, 2018.”
 

The committee will review all documents to include “FBI Form FD- 1023s and all remaining FBI Form FD- 302s responsive to the Committee’s August 24, 2017 subpoenas,” the letter states. The FD-302 forms are the reported summaries of interviews conducted by the FBI.

 

Nunes states there is only one “agreed-upon exception pertains to a single FD-302, which, due to national security interests, will be shown separately by (FBI) Director (Christopher) Wray to myself and my senior investigators during the week of January 8, 2018.”

 

He added that the committee “is extremely concerned by indications that top U.S. Government officials who were investigating a presidential campaign relied on unverified information that was funded by the opposing political campaign and was based on Russian sources.”

 

The salacious and unsubstantiated dossier was compiled by former British MI-6 spy Christopher Steele, who was paid by the security firm Fusion GPS. The Washington Post revealed in October, the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign paid Fusion GPS for the opposition research conducted by Steele.

Nunes had originally issued subpoenas for the documents and records on Aug. 24,  but committee staff told this reporter they had been “stonewalled”  by both the FBI and Justice Department for months.

 

“Going forward, it’s crucial that we memorialize our conversations on this issue, and that we’re as transparent as possible with the American people, who deserve answers to the questions the Committee is investigating,” Nunes states.

 

https://saraacarter.com/2018/01/05/special-counsel-attorney-andrew-weissman-under-scrutiny-as-rosens...

 

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Good job Sarah!

 

 

 

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