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Kimberley Strassel

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Parents: Looking for good summer reading for your kids? Watch this and download the list. My kids were so impressed by Dana's amazing and generous "Storytime," they wanted to help out with their own recommendations. They worked on it for ages! fxn.ws/3cTPc0M #FoxNews
Friday's Potomac Watch podcast! on.wsj.com/3eMthsS
You can 100% discount the possibility that Trump got to the BLS. Not 98% discount, not 99.9% discount, but 100% discount. BLS has 2,400 career staff of enormous integrity and one political appointee with no scope to change this number. twitter.com/paulkrugman/st…
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Opinion: Rod Rosenstein Knew Nothing wsj.com/video/series/p…
The FBI withheld crucial information from Rod Rosenstein, writes @KimStrassel. Why didn’t he ask questions? wsj.com/articles/rod-r… via @WSJ
.Amazon.com is refusing to sell @AlexBerenson’s booklet on Covid 19. He has been a leading — perhaps THE leading — dissenter on the paralyzing Covid 19 lockdowns. He draws his information from studies and official data.
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Declassified Susan Rice email shows Comey suggested 'sensitive' info on Russia not be shared with Flynn fxn.ws/2zPPC9F #FoxNews
This is the weird Rice email memorializing the infamous Jan 5, 2017 meeting at which Flynn was discussed and insisting all was done "by the book." We will hopefully find out more of what was discussed/done.
BREAKING: Sources say acting DNI Richard Grenell has declassified full text of the January 20, 2017 Susan Rice "email to self." Part of the email had been released, but part remained redacted. It has been sent to DOJ; let's hope Congress gets ahold and releases it soon.
The Mueller-Rosenstein Logan Act: How a musty 1799 law became an excuse to squeeze Michael Flynn. wsj.com/articles/the-m… via @WSJ
Should Florida bail out New York? Let’s look at the 10-year fiscal record. wsj.com/articles/shoul… via @WSJ
I liked Brian when we covered the White House together and defended him publicly when he was fired over faulty war zone memories. I can't defend this. It's not journalism. twitter.com/tomselliott/st…
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In Alaska’s Matanuska-Susitna Valley, a school district makes the best of a bad situation to ensure kids don’t lose out on an education amid the pandemic, writes @KimStrassel wsj.com/articles/one-o… via @WSJ
‘The Lockdown Skeptic They Couldn’t Silence’; @AllysiaFinley interviews @aginnt wsj.com/articles/the-l… via @WSJ
Judge Sullivan Ignores Shocking Record of False Guilty Pleas nysun.com/editorials/jud…
I have some sympathy for resistance types flailing to save their narrative about Michael Flynn. It’s hard to let go of deeply held convictions. But don’t attack the journalists following the facts. Direct that anger to the officials who conned you.
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Why the campaign to undermine Attorney General Barr? Because his drive for the truth reveals that Russia-collusion was pure fantasy, and that hatred of Trump drove important people to abuse their power, writes @KimStrassel on.wsj.com/2T6pKNo
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Why the campaign to undermine Attorney General Barr? Because his drive for the truth reveals that Russia-collusion was pure fantasy, and that hatred of Trump drove important people to abuse their power, writes @KimStrassel wsj.com/articles/barr-…
3) Gleeson, by his own standards, should have turned down this job. Better yet, he should have advised Judge Sullivan as to how inappropriate these moves are.
2)"The government has near-absolute power . . . to extinguish a case that it has brought." He then goes to quote U.S. v Pimentel: "A court is generally required to grant a prosecutor's Rule 48(a) motion unless dismissal is 'clearly contrary to manifest public interest.'"
1) Here's an interesting ruling from one (former) Judge John Gleeson, the guy who Sullivan just appointed to oppose the motion to withdraw Flynn's case. It's from United States v. HSBC Bank USA in 2013:
6) We know from the IG that the FBI did not "seriously consider" getting a FISA on Flynn. It knew it didn't have anything near the probable cause necessary to get such a warrant. And if you lack the goods to get a real warrant, you don't just get to go eavesdrop by other means
5) the latter would be a form of surveillance, and it would be outrageous. Some FBI defenders will say: well of course that was legit! The FBI had a counterintelligence probe on Flynn! It was doing its duty! But that would be total BS....
4) There would seem a big difference between a) an official being alarmed or confused by a situation and so unmasking and just happening to discover it is flynn, and b) officials unmasking every call they assume is Flynn's in order to keep tabs/have a record/build a file.
3) After all, it wouldn't be that hard to make educated guess that it was Flynn on the line on the basis of who was calling and words in the transcripts--especially during transition.
2) Intel professionals normally unmask in order to better understand an intel situation. But given huge # of Flynn unmaskings, question is whether FBI/political people were purposely combing transcripts, looking specifically for Flynn conversations, as part of investigation.
1) A key question in the Flynn unmaskings is "how" they were done, and whether he was the victim of a sort of "reverse targeting." Remember, we eavesdrop on foreigners, who sometimes talk to Americans. We "mask" the U.S. names to protect U.S. privacy.
Powerful column by my colleague @DanHenninger Especially the last paragraph. wsj.com/articles/the-m… via @WSJ
The Flynn Unmaskers Unmasked: Now we know who knew about the Russian calls, including Joe Biden. wsj.com/articles/the-f…
We were told Obama never interfered in any investigations, that nothing was political, that everything was "by the book," and yet we now have clear evidence that his chief of staff and vice president were unmasking conversations of their political enemies. twitter.com/JonathanTurley…
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To add to this: Legit intel professional might have a need to "know" the identity. But still doesn't explain why political figures were engaged in this. twitter.com/BuckSexton/sta…
Reminder: Just because we have a list of unmasker names does not mean we know who the actual unmaskers are. If this was GOP unmasking Dems, it'd be a scandal, we'd have answers, and people would already have walked the plank over it. washingtonexaminer.com/trey-gowdy-sam…
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Um. The problem in this case isn't the deep state. The problem in this case is highly placed political actors spying on an incoming NSA, potentially working with FBI/intelligence to sandbag him. twitter.com/amandacarpente…
Good point. Can't have it two ways. Either the unmasking is no big deal (scary thought) or it is . . . a big deal. twitter.com/BuckSexton/sta…
In a scathing editorial, the @WSJ urged everyone to never "believe another word" from @AdamSchiff. washex.am/3bxSjcZ
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“Weaponizing” transparency is quite a take. You’ll see more of it though. twitter.com/blakehounshell…
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Biden's Rapid Response Guy appears to be Rapidly Freaking Out over today's news. Here he attacks a tenacious reporter merely for breaking the news about (admittedly explosive and bad for Biden) public documents. twitter.com/AndrewBatesNC/…
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This is the best they've got--to complain about transparency. twitter.com/brhodes/status…
3) Also, let's note that Flynn conversation with Kislyak was last days of December 2016. Yet nearly every one of these unmasking requests came before that... The earliest (end Nov.) only about 10 days after Trump named Flynn NSA.
Yesterday I wrote to DNI @RichardGrenell requesting the names of those who were involved in Gen Flynn’s unmasking. Today I received the shocking reply that @JoeBiden and many others knew! What did President Obama know? I am inviting DNI Grenell to testify next week in the Senate
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2) Also look at timing. The McDonough (obama chief of staff) unmasking is Jan 5--same day as infamous Oval Office meeting. And Biden comes a whole week after that.
1) The sheer number of people who unmasked, and the number of times, is stunning. Meanwhile, assume that black outs are intel people with a more "legit" call to unmask. And compare ratios. grassley.senate.gov/sites/default/…
"It was the worst journalistic fiasco of now my more than 50 some years in journalism. It was a disaster." @brithume called the media's coverage of @realDonaldTrump's alleged collusion with Russia the "worst journalistic fiasco" he's seen in his 50-year career.
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I lost count of how many times your network had Andrew McCabe on straight news programs to talk about the Russia investigation even though he was directly involved in so many of the screw ups related to it. twitter.com/oliverdarcy/st…
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