Solomon Reports on FISA Abuse

As of yet, we don’t know who or how many people, and in what agencies Michael Horowitz passed on to William Barr and John “Bull” Durham for potential criminal prosecution, but it had better be some from the FBI – at the very least.

As John Solomon writes in his most recent report, two of Trump’s people have either gone to prison or are awaiting sentencing for making a single false statement. According to Horowitz, no less the nine false statements were given to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA), yet not a single head has rolled to date.

Something had better come of this , and sooner than later.

from John Solomon Reports:

Just how bad was the FBI’s Russia FISA? 51 violations and 9 false statements

To understand just how shoddy the FBI’s work was in securing a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant targeting the Trump campaign, you only need to read an obscure attachment to Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report. read more

Video Podcast – PA Abortion Bill – John Solomon Ukraine Corruption Facts

by: Brent Smith

In segment one I discuss the passage of a bill to protect the lives of unborn babies with Down syndrome by the Pennsylvania legislature.

While is to be congratulated, why stop at unborn babies with a particular disability. Why not just pass a bill to include all unborn babies.

I also give my view on abortion over all – and it may not be what you think.

In segment two I discuss a recent article penned by acclaimed investigative reporter, John Solomon, where he issues 28 facts to refute the claims of Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s that “asserted all the factual elements in my [Solomon’s] columns at The Hill about Ukraine were false.”

Unlike Vindman, who, in my opinion, is a disgrace to the dress uniform he wore, all of Solomon’s assertions are backed up by cold hard facts.

Solomon describes Vindman as a hero, but to me, he is just another sell-out to the deep state, like was John McCain. Heroic military deeds can never excuse current behavior. read more