Zero Hedge has this article on a “shocking” four-page memo, regarding FISA court abuse, obtained by members of Congress. Zero Hedge writes:
A source close to the matter tells Fox News that “the memo details the Intelligence Committee’s oversight work for the FBI and Justice, including the controversy over unmasking and FISA surveillance.” An educated guess by anyone who’s been paying attention for the last year leads to the obvious conclusion that the report reveals extensive abuse of power and highly illegal collusion between the Obama administration, the FBI, the DOJ and the Clinton Campaign against Donald Trump and his team during and after the 2016 presidential election.
Also an article on FBI agents discussing a “secret society” within DOJ and FBI working to “undermine” Trump.
Aaron Klein with an article on opposition research firm Fusion GPS founder who said that the FBI may have paid for expenses for the anti-Trump dossier author.
But Joel Gilbert and Jack Cashill ask, Did Christopher Steele write his dossier, or did a Russian associate?
And now we hear that the FBI says that it “lost” 5 months of texts between FBI apparatchiks Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, but that the Inspector General received them last August. And a follow-up on that article on the DOJ investigating the missing anti-Trump texts.
James Bovard writes that destroying and suppressing evidence is FBI standard procedure.
Justin Raimondo writes about the collusions of the Democrats and the intelligence community, and possibly of foreign actors as well.
Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern writes about the foxes in charge of the intelligence hen house.
Besides the revelations of “collusions” involving FBI, DOJ, NSA, the DNC and the Clinton campaign that the mainstream media do not seem to be reporting on, there are other matters in the news.
Jacob Hornberger has an extensive 3-part series on the national security state and JFK. (In my view, in some ways the JFK situation was similar to the current situation with “intelligence” agencies allegedly attempting to oust Trump. Very anti-democratic, anti-American.)
Jon Rappoport says that most of the sufferers in this season’s alleged flu “epidemic” don’t actually have the flu virus. (Not “conspiracy theory.”)
Dr. Mark Sircus says to avoid mammograms “like the plague.”
Caitlin Johnstone writes about Pitch Perfect 3: Ninety minutes of Pentagon Propaganda.
Hunter Lewis asks, Do we have a free-market medical system?
And Ryan McMaken writes about Switzerland banning welfare recipients from obtaining citizenship.