The headquarters of the resistANCE is on Capitol Hill. Wow. Grassley is sitting on many investigations into a lot of resistance. To see the same people who surfaced for this Ford show (Preet, Laufman, McCabe (via his lawyer) is making him angry. You will like him angry.
I’m struggling to see how this was unknown. Biased, yes. Unbelievable, yes. But unknown?
Oct 3, 2018 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
You will not be the same after watching this. It’s long but articulates the problems very well. I see things different now. When you tell a story about a fight, you use your hands. Look for Ford’s hands.
At 10:21 she’s talking about leaving the house. This caused one of Grassleys staffers to key in on it, then Grassley caught it then turned around to tell the rest of the staffers. I think this was a point for Mitchell to ask about.
Sep 29, 2018 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
Keep an eye out for statements from Christopher "Squi" Garrett and his attorney. I'd like to see if he is open to meeting with FBI a la Judge or stays lawyered up.
Yesterday was one of the most draining days I’ve had in a long time.
I see great points, good in-depth threads and calls to action in my timeline today. I know I am not alone wondering wtf happened to common sense and good judgement.
I usually watch videos like this on mute at first (Im an avid people watcher) and this one did not disappoint. The guy about to walk out the doors at the very beginning 😂 And normally Nikki Haley looks pretty well put together, but no one wins standing next to Melania.
2 minutes of standing beside someone answering questions is 2 minutes too long for me. Haley is like "we talked about this, keep walking. When you are done, just go. Its ok."
Sep 25, 2018 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
I dont know who is the one talking (old guy in glasses) but he rightly points out that Senate is acting as a jury in this decision and half of them should be recused because they've already made up their minds. Both sides. This is the example being set by our Legislative Branch.
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂In fact, the FBI already had an open counterintelligence case on Page when he became a volunteer on Trump’s foreign policy team in January 2016
State Dept informant put together the dossier on Trump, paid for by former Secretary of State Clinton's campaign's lawfirm. News at 11.
Sep 15, 2018 • 11 tweets • 4 min read
This is weird. It reads like they didnt feel like they could approach the main actor involved in Operation Crossfire Hurricane until the dossier story broke. Empty "you dont know how these ops work" Wheel aside, who made the decision to not act sooner?
Article. And this. As a pretext.
Sep 12, 2018 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
Luke Harding (left pic) reported that many of Steele’s sources for the State dept reports and the dossier were the same.
Sep 11, 2018 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Had Strzok ever referred to Lisa Page as “Page” in the texts? 🤔 “well done, Page” without the rest of the text context *could* be about Carter Page without more to go on.
Interesting tidbits from Papadops jail house interview with Jake Tapper.
They discuss how GP met Mifsud. GP was working for LCILP and was sent to Rome for a conference. He was *introduced* to Mifsud at this conference (see 5:05). Not traveling through Italy, as has been widely reported. medium.com/@Brian_Whit/th…
Sep 7, 2018 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
After 16:25 all I could think about was this picture. “We fight”.