via Free Republic
The FBI once again delayed the release of 16 pages of Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs which were supposed to be given to government watchdog groups Thursday.
As previously reported, after twice-denying their existence, the Deep State admitted to Jay Sekulow and Tom Fitton it magically found more Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs and will be forced to turn them over to the ACLJ and Judicial Watch by the end of May.
These Clinton-Lynch tarmac documents were located after a THIRD ‘search’. The new documents consist of 16 pages and 2 Strzok-Page text messages.
The text messages were already released to the public; we are still waiting for the FBI to release the other 16 pages of documents.
It is now June 1st and the FBI is stonewalling and slow-walking documents AGAIN.
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The American Spectator
“I’d be careful about reporting that Obama said there was no wiretapping,” Jon Favreau, one of Obama’s speechwriters, tweeted out in 2017. Members of the media, loath to let anything complicate their anti-Trump propaganda, chided him for this unhelpful slip and he quickly withdrew it, saying that he deferred to James Clapper’s denial of any wiretaps. But Favreau had already given himself away. In retrospect, the tweet is even more telling and confirms that knowledge of the spying was widespread at Obama’s White House. If a White House speechwriter far from the action knew about warrants on Carter Page, Paul Manafort, and Michael Flynn, who didn’t?
From the beginning of this farce, the Obama administration has shifted back and forth between taking pride in the spying and denying its existence. We are back in the denial phase. But at the height of the hysteria after Trump’s election and inauguration, members of the Obama administration wanted everyone to know they had been spying on Trump and feared that he would destroy their “intelligence.” They leaked to the New York Times in March 2017 that they had “scrambled” to preserve the supposed damning results of their spying, in order to leave a “clear trail of intelligence for government investigators.”
By “intelligence,” they meant their own feverishly partisan sifting through negligible, half-cocked leads. Had there been any substance to their “intelligence,” they would have leaked it out. Having failed, they still thought they deserved an A for effort. They also saw the future political benefits of sliming Trump with innuendo, striking a posture that can be summed up as: Trust us, you guys, what we have found is really bad, but we can’t tell you yet. They couldn’t tell us because they had nothing to tell, but they needed to leave the impression of yet-to-be-disclosed dirt in order to trigger the Mueller investigation, and thanks to the recusal of Jeff Sessions they pulled it off.
Dawud Walid is an Islamic imam and executive director of CAIR-Michigan. Photo /screenshot
By: Leo Hohmann
One call to suburban mayor results in removal of volunteer deemed too ‘Islamophobic’ to serve her city.
When Muslim activist Dawud Walid speaks, Michigan’s political leaders do not ask many questions.
Almost reflexively, they jump to fulfill his demands.
The last thing they seem to want is to get into a public debate with the leader of the state’s powerful chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which claims to speak for all Michigan Muslims.
In a fresh example of just how big of a stick Walid carries as executive director of CAIR-Michigan, he was able to get a low-level mayoral appointee removed from office last week in the city of Warren, a suburb of Detroit. The woman had committed the unpardonable sin of criticizing Islam on her private Facebook page. Though she publicly apologized and expressed deep remorse for “offending” Muslims, that wasn’t enough. She still had to resign in disgrace.