• Horowitz Finalizing Russia FISA Abuse Report. Sends Letter To Senior Lawmakers.

    Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz (L) and FBI Director Christopher Wray wait to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on “Examining the Inspector General’s First Report on Justice Department and FBI Actions in Advance of the 2016 Presidential Election” in the Hart Senate Office Building on June 18, 2018 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP) (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

    Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz is finalizing his report on the investigation into the FBI’s handling of President Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia probe, according to a source familiar with the matter and a letter sent to lawmakers Friday.

  • Gaetz: Dems Impeachment Push are ‘Perverting The Founding Fathers…Safeguards’

    Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Florida, slammed House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s  passage of the “Resolution for Investigative Proceedings.”  The resolution, which changes the rules of the Judiciary Committee, is the first step in the Democrats push for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.

    The resolution covers “an investigation to determine whether to recommend articles of impeachment with respect to President Donald J. Trump.”

    Gaetz’s fought back Thursday. He compared the Democrats’ efforts to “impeachment in drag,” and “low-T impeachment.”

    “House Democrats are perverting the Founding Fathers’ legitimate safeguards against the Executive Branch for political gain,” he said. “They have abandoned their responsibilities conferred upon them as Judiciary members and have subjected the American people to a protracted political battle, instead of focusing on issues that matter to the nation.

  • Republican Lawmakers Laud DOJ’s Decision To Reject McCabe Appeal

    Senior Republican lawmakers weighed in heavily after news broke Thursday that the Department of Justice has rejected former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s appeal to avoid facing prosecution based on recommendations made by the DOJ Inspector General’s report last year.

    Many of the Republican lawmakers played a central role in the investigation into the FBI’s probe into the now debunked narrative that President Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia in the 2016 presidential election. McCabe is now a paid contributor at CNN and it is uncertain if he will continue in that role.

    Ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes, R-C.A., told SaraACarter.com McCabe may be the first of many to fall.

  • Flynn’s Counsel Says Schiff’s Demands Are ‘transparently pure harassment’

    The counsel representing former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn laid out a series of  reasons in a letter in late August as to why her client will not testify or submit more documentation to Chairman Adam Schiff’s House Intelligence Committee’s ongoing investigations into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential elections.

    The letter obtained by SaraACarter.com reveals the extent of cooperation Flynn has already given to the committee, which Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell said “is so unreasonable and unethical, we are copying Chairman Schiff and Ranking Member Nunes. Perhaps the Committee will decide to exercise better judgment.”

    “Your demand that he appear at a hearing merely to assert the privilege against self-incrimination is transparently pure harassment, because it cannot achieve any legitimate congressional purpose,” said Powell in a letter to Schiff sent on Aug.

  • ICE Acting Director: Don’t Blame ICE and Border Patrol For Inaction of Congress

    Immigration and Custom’s Enforcement Acting Director Mark Morgan scolded Congress Wednesday saying lawmakers have failed the American people on border security by refusing to change immigration laws that would curtail the massive flow of illegal immigrants into the United States.

    Morgan, who was President Donald Trump’s pick to take the helm at the agency, said ICE officers and Border Patrol agents should not be blamed for the inaction of Congress. He stressed that the situation will get worse if lawmakers fail to take the bold steps necessary to stop the flow of migrants and protect U.S. security.

    “Congress has absolutely failed in this area,” said Morgan, who was speaking at a roundtable discussion with other top ICE officials.

  • Wiretaps Of Flynn And Kislyak Could Be A Game Changer. Why Prosecutors Refuse To Release It.

    The highly classified transcript between former National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and former Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak would answer once and for all exactly what was said between the then senior government officials. Kislyak’s phone was being monitored by U.S. intelligence but that didn’t stop senior U.S. officials from leaking the conversation to the media. In fact, it was that essence of Flynn’s conversation with Kislyak that eventually led to Flynn being fired from his role as President Donald Trump’s national security advisor.

    Knowing exactly what was said could be a game changer. Prosecutors don’t want that to happen.

  • FBI Failed to Document Four Clinton Witness Interviews. Barr Should Reopen Clinton Probe.

    The FBI failed to document at least four interviews of witnesses in the bureau’s investigation into former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server to send classified emails, according to documents obtained by the government watchdog Judicial Watch.

    Judicial Watch also discovered among the 218 pages of emails between former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and his paramour former FBI Attorney Lisa Page that then FBI General Counsel James Baker had instructed “FBI officials to expedite the release of FBI investigative material to Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, David Kendall in August 2016. Kendall and the FBI’s top lawyer discussed specifically quickly obtaining the “302” report of the FBI/DOJ interview of Mrs.

  • Robert Mueller: ‘We Did Not Determine Whether The President Did Commit A Crime’

    In his first public appearance Special Counsel Robert Mueller said there was “not an option” to charge President Trump with a crime based on Department of Justice policy, but said “if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.”

    “We did not determine whether the president did commit a crime,” Mueller added during the short press conference at the Justice Department. He did not take questions from reporters.

    He stated there “was not sufficient evidence to charge a conspiracy” in the Special Counsel probe regarding the Trump campaign and whether it coordinated with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.

  • AG Barr Battles Intel Community And FBI. Illegal Surveillance Had Been Going On For Years.

    President Donald Trump’s orders to declassify secret documents pertaining to the FBI’s investigation into his campaign in 2016, came after weeks of battles between Attorney General William Barr and senior officials within the bureau, CIA and other agencies, sources with knowledge told SaraACarter.com.

    Despite the president’s order giving Barr authority over the declassification of the documents related to the bureau’s investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia, it won’t be met without a fight. And there’s a reason why.

    This isn’t just about Trump. It’s about nearly a decade of abuse inside the intelligence community and bureau regarding foreign-intelligence-collection authority. Why?

  • Graham: There Were Political Motives Behind Investigating Trump. It Should Never Happen Again.

    Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham warned President Donald Trump Friday not to allow Democrats stop his administration from working out a deal to fix the nation’s infrastructure.

    “not one Democrat will give a damn,” said Graham.

    Graham, R-South Carolina, implored the president during an interview on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” to work with Democrats, despite the continued partisan investigations into Trump and his family. Trump promised this week that he will not work on anything until Democrats   drop investigations into his 2016 campaign, his family and his finances.

    “He has got to do infrastructure,” said Graham. “Mr.

  • Trump: It Was An Attempt To Take Down The President. The Investigation Must End.

    President Donald Trump held an impromptu press conference with reporters Wednesday in the Rose Garden, chiding Democrats for targeting his administration with calls of impeachment and saying the real crimes were committed by those attempting to take down his presidency.

    He shot back at Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-CA, who accused the president on early Wednesday morning of a “coverup.” She has stopped short of calling for Trump’s impeachment.

    “The crime was committed on the other side, well see how that turns out,” said Trump. He called the FBI probe into his campaign and White House a “takedown attempt of the President of the United States.”

    “Well it turns out I’m the most, and I think most of you would agree to this, I’m the most transparent president probably in the history of this country,” stated the president.

  • Guatemalan Ghost Towns: Traffickers Tout U.S. Asylum Laws To Lure Migrants Away From Homeland

    Santa Rosa, Guatemala – As President Trump continues to battle what he describes as a  do nothing congress for a solution to fix the ongoing border crisis, cartels and human trafficking organizations are taking advantage of the situation. They are using the U.S. laws to perpetuate illegal immigration, promising potential migrants guaranteed access to the U.S. from Guatemala where they say they will find work, as long as they claim asylum.

    The evidence is ripe. The roads are barren, stores and homes are empty and those left behind say they are living in “with ghosts.” The residents of Santa Rosa, Guatemala spoke to SaraACarter.com on a recent trip to the region.

  • Border Crisis Escalating, As Trump Administration Struggles For Solutions

    Along the Texas Rio Grande Valley River border with Mexico the number of illegal migrants crossing into the United States this past week is overwhelming resources and law enforcement. Many of the Border Patrol agents working in the region describe the flow of illegal migrants as a faucet without a shut-off valve and several off-duty agents returned to areas they frequently patrol to show SaraACarter.com to just how bad it’s getting.

    This reporter was speaking to the agents as they drove their vehicle to an area near the Rio Grande Valley River that traffickers use to move people, narcotics and other contraband.

  • Docs Reveal FBI Allowed British Spy’s False Intel To Guide Bureau’s Operation Against Trump

    This week, we learned that FBI informant and former British Spy Christopher Steele planned to release his unverified dossier on Trump before Election Day.

    The dossier served as the backbone of the Trump ousting operation and was the bulk of evidence for the FBI to gain a FISA on short-lived Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page.

    According to a memo obtained by Citizens United, Steele confessed in a meeting with Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec that his dossier was in fact political and he was planning on releasing before the November presidential elections. The meeting with Kavalec took place on Oct.

  • Border Tragedy: Unaccompanied Guatemalan Minor In U.S. Custody Dies From Illness

    Border Tragedy: Unaccompanied Guatemalan Minor In U.S. Custody Dies From Illness

    A 16 year-old Guatemalan minor, who traveled unaccompanied from his homeland to the United States illegally, died at a Texas children’s hospital Tuesday after battling a severe illness. The minor apparently contracted the illness while making the dangerous trek to the United States border but officials are still investigating the matter.

    The name of the 16 year-old male is being withheld and his family in Guatemala has been notified, according to the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR). ORR is the main government agency within Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families for minors traveling unaccompanied to the United States.