• More ‘Deep State’? Was Gen. Flynn Framed? Hillary Allowed to Skate on Email Charges?

    Surge Summary: A journalist and filmmaker claims there is growing evidence that upper-echelon FBI agents framed retired Army General and former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn. More work of the “Deep State”?

    When FISA court Judge Rosemary Collyer sent a four-page letter/report regarding alleged FBI abuse Thursday to House of Representatives U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes and other members, she only addressed the misconduct and abuses committed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Justice Department in obtaining search warrants to conduct spy operations within the 2016 Trump Presidential Campaign.

    A primary focus of the Nunes memo is the “dirty” dossier that contains lurid, unproven allegations about U.S. President Donald Trump, which some Trump supporters argue prompted the appointment of the special counsel for improper reasons, and as such, should be shut down.

    One of the people to obtain the Judge’s memo was author, journalist, and filmmaker Mike Cernovich, who claims that there is mounting evidence that upper-echelon FBI agents actually framed retired Army General Michael Flynn, who serve only briefly as newly-elected President Donald Trump’s national security adviser.

    FISA, which stands for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, is the federal law that authorizes spying on American citizens in some limited, legitimate circumstances for national security reasons, provided a FISA court judge agrees to issue a special search warrant.

    The news media has chosen to overlook the facts surrounding the FBI’s mendacity in obtaining a warrant to eavesdrop on a low-level former military intelligence officer, Carter Page, who worked on the Trump campaign. “The idea was to gain access to the Trump campaign and then monitor not only Carter, but anyone else who communicated with him,” said police sergeant and former special ops soldier Timothy Sperling.

    “I care about war heroes being framed for crimes,” an irate Michael Cernovich declared when speaking about Flynn and other intelligence issues.

    He said the situation made him sick to his stomach and he advocated a full investigation into the highly suspicious conduct of ex-FBI director James Comey, Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and said other U.S. Department of Justice officials such as Attorney General Jeff Sessions his Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein (who appointed the Special Counsel Mueller) should be the subjects of true criminal investigations.

    And since most the FBI staff involved in the Trump-Flynn case were involved in the investigation of the shenanigans of Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, he is also calling for a second investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server scandal.

    Cernovich is also an avowed enemy of the Deep State, which is defined as “a segment of the permanent federal bureaucracy, including some enclaves in the intelligence sector, allegedly seeking to undermine or discredit the Trump agenda.”

    Democrats and others have insisted that the Deep State is just a mere conspiracy theory, while many Republicans or Trump supporters have countered that the Russia collusion narrative is itself a ludicrous and unfounded conspiracy theory.

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    Images: General Michael Flynn; Adapted from; Government image; https://www.flickr.com/photos/secdef/7637530164

    Image: Hillary Clinton; Adapted from; Dept. of Defense; https://archive.defense.gov/photos/newsphoto.aspx?newsphotoid=12470


    Jim Kouri

    Jim Kouri

    Conservative Base's editor, Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist,  and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show. He's the author of two books: "Crime Talk: Conversations with America's Top Law Enforcement Officers" and "Assume the Position: Police Science for Journalists and Screenwriters."

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