The best description of the indictment against Russian parties is from Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein:


You can read the full indictment here:


The US House Intelligence Committee has released, with Presidential authorization, the memo detailing alleged abuse of government surveillance powers by the FBI and DOJ.  Direct links to the memo are available here and here.  (The second link at is currently slow, probably due to traffic.)

My analysis of this short document is that the FBI did in fact withhold source information from the FISA court about the Steele Dossier and about data from Fusion GPS, despite having this source information at the time of the initial FISA application and subsequent required renewals.  These sources (primarily Christopher Steele and Nellie Ohr) have obvious biases and conflicts of interest that would taint any evidence provided to the FISA court.  Multiple levels of FBI and DOJ administrators knew of these problems, but signed off on the surveillance requests anyway.

I am neither a lawyer nor a national security specialist, but I see no reason this document was ever classified, except to protect the names of DOJ and FBI administrators who signed off on the FISA requests, especially since the contents of the dossier and other Fusion GPS data was leaked to the press some time ago.


The United States Postal Service violated the Hatch Act to support Hillary Clinton’s campaign.  The illegal practice of pressuring managers to release employees to campaign for Hillary wasn’t really a new practice, the investigation found.  They’ve been pressuring managers since 1990 in support of Democrat candidates.

Postmaster General Megan Brennan has promised to end the practice, but the postal service will take no action against high-level administrators or any other staff.

Read more here.



A call to “Resistance.”  A call for violence against police.  College protests physically threatening speakers and destroying property.  Public performers simulating the murder of the President.  Congressional members threatened in public forums. A parade cancelled because of threats against GOP participants.  Masked ANTIFA members throwing bricks and burning cars.  Freeways blocked.   Death threats to President Trump’s family.  College teachers calling for the execution of Trump supporters.  A GOP headquarters bombed.  Police officers assassinated.  And now a Bernie Sanders supporter attempts to assassinate GOP Congressional leaders and their staff.   The “Resistance” is a violent movement against democracy, law and social order.  It is un-American and dangerous.



Former Director Comey has given testimony repeatedly that the FBI has followed all rules and laws regarding FISA and other restrictions on using surveillance data on US citizens.  But recently published declassified memos show that this is NOT true.  In fact, the FBI, working with the NSA, accessed, reviewed, used and shared data on private citizens contrary to the law.  You can read more details, and view the declassified memos, here: