A Political Hit on Steve Bannon

The misuse of our government institutions to go after political enemies is incredibly disturbing. The swamp, despite a few years of draining is still very deep. It is obvious that these actions are attempts to silence Steve Bannon and conservatives through intimidation. Using the legal process to try and take away an opponent’s liberty and right to Free Speech is shameful. Conservatives must fight back.

Conservative Leaders Petition President Trump To Save Steve Stockman's Life

We invite you to join the other conservative leaders who have launched a petition to President Trump asking him to intervene to save the life of former Congressman Steve Stockman, who has contracted COVID-19 after being unjustly sentenced to serve 10 years at the the federal prison in Beaumont, Texas. To join the other conservative leaders fighting to save Steve Stockman's life please click this link and sign the petition.

An Olivia de Havilland Story, Excerpted From The Journals of FBI Agent W. Cleon Skousen

We have the honor of publishing this fascinating and previously unpublished story of how Olivia de Havilland went from useful idiot of the Hollywood communists to anti-communist FBI double agent courtesy of Mark and Jo Ann Skousen, compilers and editors of the forthcoming book "There Were Giants in the Land:  Episodes in the Life of W. Cleon Skousen."

Who In Washington Wants Steve Stockman Dead? 'Someone at the Top'

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Former Rep. Steve Stockman is the only over-60 diabetic prisoner remaining at the Beaumont, Texas federal prison facility, which also has the highest per capita COVID-19 infection rate of any prison in the country. And he’s been told by prison officials he will not be leaving on orders “straight from the top” in Washington!!! It’s clear someone wants him dead.

New Russia probe memos expose massive errors in NYT anti-Trump story, Steele dossier

Sharyl Attkissson, Just the News

The first document, withheld from public view until now, is a 57-page summary of a three-day FBI interview in January 2017 with Christopher Steele’s so-called "primary sub-source" in the anti-Trump allegations and "dossier." Document number two, also withheld from public view until now, takes apart a New York Times article. It is clear that inaccurate reporting such as that in the Times had a significant influence on the trajectory of the Trump-Russia collusion probe, which ultimately concluded there had been no collusion on the part of Donald Trump, anyone in the Trump campaign, or any U.S. person.

Death Sentences for Two American Political Prisoners

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Former Congressman Steve Stockman and Trump advisor Roger Stone, two people known to many conservatives, who fit the age and health conditions of who should be given home release from prison during the coronavirus pandemic, face death sentences because they are still in, or going into, prison.

Somebody in the Bureau of Prisons is Lying

Former Congressman Steve Stockman has gone through the internal required process to request transfer to home confinement in order to shelter-at-home in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic. Citing her husband’s several CDC identified COVID risk factors, Stockman’s wife, Patti, issued a tearful plea in early April to President Trump to ensure her husband was moved home to escape the deadly virus. However, Stockman remains in prison, the sole remaining elderly diabetic prisoner at Beaumont Prison Camp in Texas.

The Mainstream Media’s Malignant Moral Narcissism

Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times

The moral narcissism of our media has become more severe almost by the day. They admit nothing. What was their role in the promulgation of the Steele dossier when so many, it has become obvious, knew it was a fraud? Do they wish they had said something as it took off and became the bogus linchpin of the Russia investigation? We are now a nation divided as never since the Civil War and these media lies are largely the instigator of that. This is especially bad because, coming out of a pandemic, the likelihood of our society to have the ability to work together is seriously undermined, perhaps for years to come.

The Hunting of the President

R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., The American Spectator

Who are the people to be indicted for leaking the contents of the Flynn-Kislyak call all those years ago? Well, Richard Grenell, the national intelligence director, just supplied us with a list of likely culprits. They are people who submitted unmasking requests regarding the name of Mr. Flynn. It is not a long list, and it includes several very famous names, for instance: former UN Ambassador Samantha Power, former national intelligence director James Clapper, and former vice president Joe Biden. Yes, Joe Biden is on the list. Say it isn’t so, Joe. You were just getting your Basement Campaign underway.

The Left Is What It Once Loathed

Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness

The more one is insulated from the downside of one’s abstract progressivism, the louder and more vehemently he expresses it. Move Nancy Pelosi’s palazzo to the border, subject Bill Gates to Bernie Sanders’s wealth tax and his envisioned 70 percent tax rate, have Dianne Feinstein or Gavin Newsom live in an inner-city neighborhood or make NBA stars follow Chinese rules of collective bargaining and state-mandated compensation, or subject Samantha Power, Bruce Ohr, John Brennan, and Andrew McCabe to federal indictments, and Barack Obama to an impeachment charade and we would not have what is now the progressive party.

In Praise Of Catherine Herridge

Where were the opposing voices in the breathless CBS News “reporting” on the Russiagate hoax? Nowhere to be found of course, because the totally false Trump – Russian collusion was the narrative that Democrats and their Deep State allies wanted to establish as the “truth.” In our view busting that narrative was Catherine Herridge’s real sin in the eyes of her liberal media colleagues at CBS and elsewhere.

‘Obamagate’ Isn’t A Conspiracy Theory, It’s The Biggest Political Scandal Of Our Time

John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist

Instead of grappling with the implications of newly released details about what Obama officials were doing to undermine the incoming Trump administration during the transition, the mainstream media have fixated on Trump’s use of the term “Obamagate,” dismissing it as a conspiracy theory. It's easy to get overwhelmed or tune it out, but the ongoing revelations about the FBI’s targeting of Flynn can’t be ignored. They demand a full accounting. If ever there was a threat to the rule of law, it was the Obama administration’s abuse of power and its weaponization of intelligence agencies to try and take down Trump.

Disgraced Do-Nothing RINO Richard Burr Out As Senate Intel Committee Chairman

It is hard to think of a Republican Senator more worthless and feckless than RINO Richard Burr of North Carolina.The FBI is now looking into Burr’s stock trades and federal agents seized his cellphone. The Senator turned over his phone to agents after they served a search warrant on him at his residence in the Washington area, and he has subsequently resigned as Chairman of Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

What we still don't know about the Michael Flynn case

Byron York, Washington Examiner

The public needs to know more details about the way the FBI handled the politically sensitive case. And even more specifically, how do we know what Flynn said in that interview on Jan. 24? Is it any wonder why Republicans have had questions about the Flynn prosecution? Now, it appears to have come to nothing with the Justice Department's move to drop the case against Flynn. But even if Judge Emmet Sullivan, as expected, dismisses the charges, there are still things, important things, the public needs to know about the case — like what, precisely, was said during that fateful interview at the White House on Jan. 24, 2017?

Piecing together the ‘phony’ case against Michael Flynn

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

Rep. Adam Schiff didn’t want the public to realize that top members of the Obama administration had blown the collusion narrative to smithereens. One after another, James Clapper, Susan Rice, Samantha Power, Loretta Lynch, Sally Yates and others said some version of “I know of no evidence linking the Trump campaign to Russia.” This was terrible news for Schiff, who released the documents only because the White House threatened to if he didn’t. Schiff, recall, relentlessly insisted he had seen lots of collusion evidence. Maybe he needs an eye test. Clearly, there is no such evidence because there was no collusion.

What did Joe Biden know about Michael Flynn?

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Republicans, as they tried to figure out what steps the intelligence and law enforcement agencies took against incoming President Trump, have always wondered what Obama knew about it. But now, it just so happens that another person who was in the room -- the Oval Office -- is running for president. So it seems reasonable to ask what Joe Biden knew about the intelligence and law enforcement efforts against the Trump team. Trump campaign spokesman Matt Wolking said, "The corrupt media will do its best to cover up this scandal and protect him, but Americans deserve to know: What did Joe Biden know and when did he know it?"

In Dealing with Flynn, Comey’s FBI Acted Like the KGB

Christopher Roach, American Greatness

It is hard to overstate the damage this has done to the country and the FBI’s reputation. Serious people are flirting with the idea that the FBI should be abolished altogether. In 2016 and 2017, the FBI (along with the NSA and CIA) perpetrated KGB-style interference with an orderly, peaceful transition of power after an election. They are public servants. What happened to Flynn is quite simply an atrocity. Everyone responsible should lose their jobs, if Flynn’s lawyers betrayed their client they should be disbarred, and the whole crew of plotters should be hauled off to jail. And Michael Flynn deserves his job back.

America Doesn’t Have A Justice System Anymore

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

It’s more than just galling. A free society cannot exist like this long and remain a free society. These people, who we trusted with the most solemn of duties, betrayed their oaths and betrayed us for grubby political advantage. This was not done for some higher purpose. They are worse than the gangsters the FBI became famous chasing. These disgraces, who frame political opponents, pretended to be public servants upholding their oaths while their criminal treachery served only their cheesy ambition. At least Willie Sutton was honest enough to admit (perhaps apocryphally) that he robbed banks because “That’s where the money is.”

Democrats' moral compass broken beyond repair

Robert Knight, Washington Times

Mr. Comey, who also leaked a memo about his confidential conversation with President Trump that wound up in The New York Times, was hired by the College of William & Mary to teach a course in “ethical leadership.” The average American looks at all this and can’t help asking if any of these leftist miscreants will ever face justice or at least not be rewarded. We have never seen anything like the three-and-a-half year war engaged by America’s domestic enemies against an elected president. Some might call it treason. It sure isn’t “loyal opposition.” Our only hope is that the truth will get out despite the media’s best efforts to quash it.

Why Michael Flynn Was Set Up

Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times

Bringing down Flynn was a two-for, striking a blow at the new president while hopefully helping preserve Barack Obama's Iran Deal. The second part didn’t work, but the first did… for a while. It’s therefore not totally surprising that the newly-revealed documents have “SCO “ (Special Counsels Office) scrawled on them, among other incriminating notes. That means these statements exculpating Trump’s newly-appointed National Security Adviser went to Mueller’s office where someone (Mueller? Weissman?) ignored them and continued with what Trump has colloquially, and I think too loosely, branded a “hoax.” It was far more than that.