DOJ Lifts Gag Order: FBI Informant Can Speak About Clinton’s Uranium One Deal

The Department of Justice announced late Thursday night it has lifted a gag order on an FBI informant with first hand knowledge of the Uranium One deal that personally benefited Bill and Hillary Clinton.  The informant, whose identity will not be revealed, will be allowed to speak to the Senate Judiciary Committee and others on…

Fusion GPS fallout: DNC, Clinton, FBI take heat after bombshell that Dems funded Trump dossier

The bombshell revelation that Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund the controversial anti-Trump dossier last year has lawmakers and the media asking tough questions about how the dubious document was used by the highest levels of U.S. law enforcement – and why Democrats “lied” about its origins. In the midst of…

Kelly Rips Democratic Rep’s ‘Selfish’ Behavior In Attacking Trump’s Call To Army Widow

Former Clinton spokersperson Brian Fallon ripped Kelly, calling him “odious” for his press briefing today: Gen. Kelly lost his son, who was serving his country, but now he’s working for Trump, so denigrate, shame, and smear him. I know it’s nothing new. I know it’s par for the course, but it’s still appalling that progressives…

NY Post: Obama Knew Russia Was Bribing Their Way Through Uranium Deal; He Simply Ignored It

Katie touched upon this yesterday with the bombshell report that the Russians had a—shocker—bribery operation aimed at increasing Russian President Vladimir Putin’s atomic business within the United States, according to the Hill. That entity was Uranium One, which Katie aptly noted gave money to the Clintons during the business negotiations between the Canadian mining company and Rosatom,…

Trump says Comey ‘totally protected’ Clinton, swipes at DOJ as new documents confirm claims

President Trump declared on Twitter Wednesday that James Comey “totally protected Hillary Clinton,” after the FBI confirmed the former bureau boss drafted a statement on the private email case two months before it was over.  In a series of tweets, Trump also swiped at the Justice Department, seeming to suggest they review what he called…

Former ESPN Reporter: They Told Me I Couldn’t Like Conservative-Leaning Tweets

We have another update from the dumpster fire over at ESPN. Besides the sports network suspending Jemele Hill for suggesting Cowboys fans boycott the team’s advertisers, which has irked Al Sharpton, we have this from former reporter Britt McHenry: she was reportedly told not to like any conservative-leaning tweets. McHenry speculated that this rigid policy…

Kellyanne to Hillary: Why Were You Quicker to Condemn NRA than Weinstein?

Hillary Clinton spoke out against the scandal-plagued Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein Tuesday, five long days after The New York Times reported his history of sexual assault settlements. Clinton has a history of fundraising with Weinstein, which made her public condemnation all the more significant.  When it finally came, it was released through one of her spokesmen. White House…

Stunned CNN Reporter on the Weinstein Scandal: ‘Where Are The Obamas?’

In which CNN’s Dana Bash marvels at the deafening silence from Barack and Michelle Obama regarding the sordid and worseningallegations leveled against their political benefactor, Harvey Weinstein.  We’re approaching day six of this story, yet we’ve seen nary a Facebook post from a figure who’s happily spouted off on any number of political and cultural controversies since leaving office.  Seriously, what…

The Pence Walkout: Will Someone Tell The NFL They’re Fighting A Losing War

Vice President Mike Pence walked out during a football game because not all the players stood for the national anthem. The Indianapolis Colts played the San Francisco 49ers. Was this expected—the kneeling? Yes. Was it a PR stunt, as 49ers safety Eric Reid said? Maybe—but who cares? We’re treating this as if the NFL and the Trump administration…

Steve Scalise: Being a Victim of a Shooting Fortified My Support For The Second Amendment

House Whip Steve Scalise made it back to work last week on Capitol Hill after being shot and gravely injured during a congressional baseball practice in June. He was greeted with a standing ovation and roaring applause on the House floor.  During an interview earlier this week Fox News, anchor Martha McCallum asked Scalise if his opinion…

Trump’s Approval Rating Went Up, But Here’s Why You Probably Missed It

President Trump’s approval rating went up in a Politico/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday. And in case you’re wondering how you missed the latest figure, that’s because it was buried in the very last paragraph of the story. Forty-five percent of voters now approve of President Trump’s job performance, which is up two points from last…

Trump Effect: CNN Confirms Data Showing Trump Is Right About Anthem Protests Torpedoing NFL Ratings

Colin Kaepernick started it. Donald Trump rehashed it. And now the National Football League is paying the price. Kaepernick, who was then with the San Francisco 49ers, started taking a knee during the national anthem, an action that was slammed by Trump at a rally for Sen. Luther Strange in Alabama; Strange would go on…

Sean Hannity: From Las Vegas to Puerto Rico, media plays politics to hurt President Trump

While President Trump was consoling the nation and offering support for Las Vegas, the Democrats and their friends in the media were rushing in to politicize a tragedy in the most despicable way imaginable. The 59 people gunman Stephen Paddock killed were not even buried and the hundreds he injured still fighting for their lives…

Other Puerto Rican Mayor: Trump Has Been Great, San Juan’s Mayor Has Been AWOL

The Washington Examiner reported earlier today that the mayor of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico criticized neighboring San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz for “playing politics” after Hurricane Maria. He also praised President Trump for his hurricane recovery coordination efforts. Guaynabo Mayor Angel Perez Otero says that Mayor Yulin Cruz has been a no show at coordination meetings…

Las Vegas shooting: At least 50 dead, more than 200 injured in massacre

A gunman turned a Las Vegas concert into a killing field Sunday night, murdering at least 50 people and injuring more than 200 others in the deadliest mass shooting in modern United States history. The suspect, who was killed, was identified as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, a local resident. Authorities also said they were “confident” Paddock’s…

Speaker Ryan Throwing McConnell Under The Bus? We Passed 337 Bills; The Senate Is Clogging The Works

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan sat down with Fox News’ Sean Hannity who while measured, obviously was not happy with the pace at which his Senate colleagues were working on passing legislation. As of September 22, the House has passed 337 bills. They’ve passed Obamacare repeal, school choice for D.C., the repeal and replacement…