Category Archives: Russiagate

Attorney Michael Sussmann’s criminal trial begins related to the 2016 presidential campaign

By Robert Willmann Testimony began in the criminal trial of attorney Michael Sussmann on one charge of making a false statement, in a case brought by special counsel John Durham, who is authorized to “investigate whether any federal official, employee, … Continue reading

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Hunter was “framed” by Putin? (the theater of the absurd)

“A senior member of Russia’s parliament on Thursday said the U.S. should apologize after President Biden said he agreed that Russian President Vladimir Putin was a killer, and the official indicated that the Kremlin could take additional action after recalling its ambassador … Continue reading

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Michael Flynn receives a presidential pardon

By Robert Willmann According to the Twitter webpage of president Trump, he has issued a full pardon to Gen. Michael Flynn (ret.) today– https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1331706255212228608 Emmet Sullivan, the judge presiding over the case, continues to engage in disgraceful conduct unbecoming of … Continue reading

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A Bidengate summary from the Daily Mail

"Documents appear to show Hunter Biden's signature on $85 receipt for repair of laptops left at Delaware store at center of email scandal – while other paperwork reveals FBI's contact with owner A receipt from The Mac Shop in Wilmington, Delaware … Continue reading

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Jim Comey Ignored State Department Whistleblower on HIllary’s Crimes With Classified Material by Larry C Johnson

One year before Jim Comey was immersed in his plot to overthrow Donald Trump, the duly elected President of the United States, a brave Foreign Service Officer at the U.S. Department of State came forward with firsthand information of Hillary … Continue reading

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Today is the filing deadline for papers on the request to dismiss the Michael Flynn case

By Robert Willmann After the court hearing last week Tuesday, 29 September 2020, on the request by the Department of Justice to dismiss the criminal case against Michael Flynn, Judge Emmet Sullivan issued an order– "09/29/2020 Minute Order as to … Continue reading

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Comey’s defense is that he was Incompetent AND Negligent

"Former FBI Director James Comey makes a long-awaited appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday to answer questions regarding the FBI’s actions in the early stages of the Russia investigation. The committee, under Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has long scrutinized the FBI's decisionmaking in … Continue reading

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I Told You Long Ago, Hillary’s Team Helped Fabricate the Trump Russia Collusion Lie by Larry C Johnson

I hope you are sitting down and prepared to go into shock. Breaking news–““In late July 2016, US intelligence agencies obtained insight into Russian intelligence analysis alleging that US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had approved a campaign plan to stir … Continue reading

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Michael Flynn update with additional court documents

By Robert Willmann The hearing in federal district court in Washington D.C. on the government's request to dismiss the criminal case against Michael Flynn is underway.  In a comment last night, Jim noted that more documents had been filed with … Continue reading

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Reading the appellate en banc opinion as Judge Sullivan readies a hearing in the Michael Flynn case

By Robert Willmann The 10 judges on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals eligible to rehear a three-judge panel's decision in favor of Michael Flynn's petition for a writ of mandamus cancelled the panel's prior ruling with an 8-2 … Continue reading

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