Monthly Archives: March, 2018

Time: Putin Believes He Was Chosen to Save Russia

He’s probably right, just as Trump was chosen to save the US. Wink President Vladimir Putin is remaking Russia as he sees fit, seeing this as his “special mission” from God, according to TIME Magazine. Continue reading →
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Trump Presses GOP to Change Senate Rules

For being in charge, the GOP doesn’t appear to act like it. The White House is losing patience with the Senate’s backlog of nominees, sparking talk about enacting changes in the rules to speed up consideration of President Donald Trump’s judicial and executive branch. Continue reading →

Axios: Mueller Focusing on Obstruction, Not Collusion

Hold on, this investigation was to be about collusion with the Russians, but we know how that turned out…..Hildabitch is the one who colluded….Special counsel Robert Mueller has focused on events since the election, not during the campaign, in his dealings with President Donald Trump’s lawyers, indicating that his focus is on obstruction of justice while in office, rather than collusion with Russia during the campaign, Axios reported on Monday. Continue reading →

Racism and Islamophobic ‘getting worse in Scotland’

Transport Minister Humza Yousaf and Labour MSP Anas Sarwar have told BBC Scotland that racism and Islamophobia are getting worse in Scotland. Appearing together on the BBC’s Sunday Politics Scotland, they both said they frequently received violent death threats via social media and in emails. Continue reading →

The UK and EU agree terms for Brexit transition period

The UK and EU have agreed on a “large part” of the agreement that will lead to the “orderly withdrawal” of the UK. Michel Barnier and David Davis, Brexit negotiators said the deal on what the UK calls the implementation period was a “decisive step”.
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Strzok-Page texts reveal personal relationship between FBI official and judge recused from Flynn case

Then Flynn should be compensated, and he should sue their asses off. According to texts reviewed by Fox News, the  federal judge who presided over former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s case last year before mysteriously being recused had a personal relationship with anti-Trump FBI official Peter Strzok. Continue reading →

IG could soon release explosive report on FBI’s Clinton probe, as Sessions weighs firing McCabe

The DOJ’s inspector general could soon release his expected explosive report detailing a more than yearlong review of the FBI and DOJ’s Hillary Clinton investigation – an effort that has already put top FBI official Andrew McCabe and his pension in jeopardy. Continue reading →

Former Trump campaign manager Manafort files to dismiss charges

Wednesday former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort filed a motion in federal court seeking to dismiss charges against him, saying that the special counsel had exceeded his authority by charging Manafort with crimes not related to Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Continue reading →

EU Aims to Solve Trade ‘Mess,’ Not Provoke US: Commissioner

Wednesday, according to a senior European Commission the European Union will focus on securing an exemption from U.S. metals tariffs rather than provoking a trade war.President Donald Trump signed an order last week to impose 25 percent import duties on steel and 10 percent on aluminium, but with Canada, Mexico and potentially other countries exempted.

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Trump Blames Senate Dems for Blocking Hundreds of Nominations

Wednesday President Trump blamed Senate Democrats for blocking the nominations of “hundreds of good people,” calling their obstruction the “worst in U.S. history!” Continue reading →