Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Grand jury issues subpoenas for associates of former National Security Adviser Micheal Flynn, Donald Trump reported to be screaming at his TV sets.

Courtesy of CNN: 

Federal prosecutors have issued grand jury subpoenas to associates of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn seeking business records, as part of the ongoing probe of Russian meddling in last year's election, according to people familiar with the matter. CNN learned of the subpoenas hours before President Donald Trump fired FBI director James Comey. 

The subpoenas represent the first sign of a significant escalation of activity in the FBI's broader investigation begun last July into possible ties between Trump campaign associates and Russia. 

The subpoenas issued in recent weeks by the US Attorney's Office in Alexandria, Virginia, were received by associates who worked with Flynn on contracts after he was forced out as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014, according to the people familiar with the investigation.

CNN learned of the subpoenas "hours before" Trump fired Comey?

Could that be the actual reason WHY Comey was kicked to the curb?

You may remember that I posted that Keith Olbermann video on Saturday where he suggested that there was a grand jury already in place.

We received some blow back on that but it appears that he was on the money.

In other news Donald Trump is currently losing his shit.

Courtesy of The Independent

Donald Trump was so frustrated by the ongoing investigation into his administration's links with Russia he would sometimes scream at television when news concerning it came on, according to one of his advisers. 

The US President has been growing increasingly enraged at his inability to control the probe exploring allegations of collusion between the Kremlin and his presidential campaign, two advisers told Politico. 

According to the unidentified staff members, Mr Trump repeatedly asked aides why the allegations would not disappear and demanded they defend him publicly. 

It looks like Trump is heading for that breakdown that we all predicted right after the election. 


  1. Anonymous6:03 AM

    Bernie Sanders
    Twitter › SenSanders

    Donald Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey raises serious questions about what his administration is hiding.

    15 hours ago - View on Twitter

    1. Anonymous6:59 AM

      Oh, my. This cannot have been the first time that Bernie Sanders suspected that the White House is implicated in the Russian collusion? I certainly hope not.

    2. Anonymous8:21 AM


    3. Anonymous9:21 AM

      I saw last night where Kane Sanders is under FBI investigation for bank fraud. I think it was The Hill that reported it.

    4. Anonymous11:16 AM

  2. Anonymous6:05 AM

    Stephen King
    Twitter › StephenKing

    Donald Trump: A remarkable combination of unhinged and dumb as dirt. Time to start talking impeachment. Really. Enough is enough.

    3 hours ago - View on Twitter

  3. Anonymous6:12 AM

    I hope that trump soils himself in public very soon. Since he is so out of control!
    Maybe only then will his Neanderthal supporters and enablers start to see that he is literally full of shit!

    1. Anonymous8:24 AM

      They will only love him more - cause he would be just like them - scared out their minds about every imagined boogey man in the world

    2. Anonymous2:55 AM

      8:24 This Russia deal is no "imagined bogey man" This is the TRUTH that Agent Orange is terrified of getting out. He really thought he was elected KING, rather than president. Now his dirty dealings are coming home to roost.

  4. Anonymous6:23 AM

    OT?"He sent his longtime private security guard to deliver the termination letter in a manila folder to FBI headquarters."He had grown enraged by the Russia investigation, two advisers said, frustrated by his inability to control the MUSHROOMing narrative around Russia. "Trump had grown angry with the Russia investigation — particularly Comey admitting in front of the Senate that the FBI was investigating his campaign — and that the FBI director wouldn't support HIS claims that President Barack Obama had tapped his phones in Trump Tower."By Tuesday evening, the president was watching the coverage of his decision and frustrated no one was on TV defending him, a White House official said. He wanted surrogates out there beating the drum." OR SOMEONE?
    "Trump received letters from Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, and Jeff Sessions, the attorney general, calling for Comey's dismissal,"several other people familiar with the events said Trump had talked about the firing for more than a week, and the letters were written to give him rationale to fire Comey."Trump, as one White House official noted, believed Comey was TOO SOFT on Clinton — not too unfair, as Rosenstein’s letter Tuesday indicated." WTF?
    " the mood was more elated at Roger Stone's house in Florida. Several Stone allies and friends said Stone, who has been frequently mentioned in the investigation, encouraged the president to fire Comey in conversations in recent weeks.

    On Twitter, Stone signaled praise for the move by posting an image of Trump from The Apprentice saying, "You're fired.""

    1. Anonymous6:42 AM

      "Rod Rosenstein has found himself in the unseemly position of laundering the Trump administration’s suspicious dismissal of FBI Director James Comey."
      "It was Rosenstein who had to say the decision was all about Comey’s mishandling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation and didn’t have anything to do with the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties with Russia."
      "Monday, Trump himself had tweeted, “The Russia-Trump collusion story is a total hoax, when will this taxpayer funded charade end?”Michael Vatis, who served in the office of the deputy attorney general from 1994 to 1998 and is now a partner at Steptoe & Johnson, pointed out on Tuesday night that there was a “very weird but very strong parallel” between Rosenstein and the man he just urged the attorney general and the president to terminate."In his confirmation hearing, Rosenstein said, “I believe it's critical for the American people to have confidence in the integrity of our investigations.” The deputy attorney general should be smart enough to recognize that it’s now his own integrity that’s in danger." Really?

    2. Anonymous7:17 AM

      Trumps "long time security guard" hand delivered Comey's letter that fired him?? That alone is crazy! Trump is acting like a third world dictator!

    3. Anonymous12:43 PM

      "long time security guard" meaning one of his thugs.

  5. Anonymous6:32 AM

    ". If Congress cares about the rule of law, it must act quickly and decisively."
    "The president wanted this to be a PUBLIC EXECUTION of the sort Voltaire described in Candide as something
    “to encourage the others.” WTF?

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  6. Anonymous6:40 AM

    I kind of got up today in a semi crabby mood, but now hearing that tRump is having a a bad week turned my mood into a happy one immediately.

    1. Anonymous7:07 AM

      FULL MOON.....

  7. Anonymous6:40 AM

    Claude Taylor has been saying this for weeks now and CNN just picked it up. Funny how yesterday someone, probably a Russian troll, posted that Taylor and Louise Mensch were nutty conspiracy theorists and always wrong. Think again. So far, their Twitter feeds have been correct. Keith Olbermann has even acknowledged them. I sure trust Olbermann. I only hope that Trump and his cronies get thrown out of office before Dump declares martial law. They are totally corrupt, much worse than Nixon.

    1. Anonymous7:09 AM

      If Rosenstein does not recuse himself, the investigations are rigged or moot. America is on a knife-edge: martial law...staged terrorist attack... T's cerebral embolism = Pence... all shitty.

    2. Anonymous7:48 AM

      The Palmer Report has also been saying this for weeks. He quotes Taylor quite often. CNN didn't break the grand jury news. Taylor's twitter and other sources have had it out there.

  8. Anonymous6:54 AM

    These two are waaaayyyy out ahead of this:

    Louise Mensch

    Claude Taylor

  9. Anonymous6:57 AM

    Well, we know for sure that Trump did not fire Comey because of his concern for Hillary Clinton. (Who did he think he'd fool with that one?) The Senate hearing is just getting to close to the Oval Office especially with Sally Yates' testimony. Donald must be apoplectic with the latest news about a grand jury's subpoenas.

    1. Anonymous7:11 AM

      Can only hope....

    2. Anonymous12:45 PM

      I would bet he farm that either trump threatened Comey to back off the investigation and he wouldn’t or he knows that Comey knows traitor trump colluded with the enemy!!!!

  10. Anonymous7:00 AM

    Does Michael Flynn use Grecian Formula, or what? He is old, but his hair is solid brown. Can't trust him.

    1. Anonymous9:05 AM

      While his hair looks to be an unnatural color not every man goes grey early. My husband didn't start getting any grey hair on top( though his facial hair was grey) until he was 65 or so.

  11. Anonymous7:04 AM

    "The fact that you can have presidents blatantly lying the way Trump does. Nixon had to craft his lies in a way that Americans would believe it. Trump just says whatever he believes his base will find somewhat logical or believable or can hang their hat on." Viagra infused DICK$?
    "Kissinger talks about Nixon being loaded and calling him sounding semi-hysterical and saying essentially, “They are out to kill the president and I may physically die.” You have Brezhnev in Washington saying they should pull back, because the president is going off the deep end and we don’t want to start a war. Even real Nixon defenders like his daughter Julie, and Billy Graham, concede Nixon was drinking more. There is a recent study where they examined Nixon’s calendar and found that he was becoming more and more remote from the job. There was definitely aberrational behavior from the president of the United States." NOW>

    " "I've never had a drink because of my brother.He had previously told Newsweek that Freddy, who was eight years older than him, advised him not to drink.

    "He would tell me, 'Don't ever drink. Don't ever drink,'"
    ""I wanted to make motion pictures. I liked it. l liked the glamour of movies.""He also spoke about why he was sent to military school in upstate New York as a child, saying his property tycoon father thought it would instil discipline in him.

    Mr Trump admitted he was rebellious as a child.

    He said: "My father thought it would be good for discipline reasons. I was just somebody who was rebellious."
    "Mr Trump, who is working on his transition from Trump Tower in New York, also selected General Mike Flynn as national security adviser and representative Mike Pompeo as CIA director."

    1. Anonymous10:42 AM

  12. Anonymous7:20 AM

    Seven charts. Think about that. Seven. Why we say the evidence is already there. We must show Congress we demand action. #MarchForTruth

    Positive anger about the way Comey has been fired. Everything else aside, it was sloppy, incredibly disrespectful, unprofessional.

    5/ If you need a primer on all of Donald Trump's ties to Russia, try this. It comes with seven helpful charts.

    Comey firing was unjust, but that does not mean he is innocent. Comey was a patsy, but not exactly an unwilling one.

    An assault against the nation's sovereignty should not be a partisan issue. Therefore we will #MarchForTruth .

  13. Anonymous7:29 AM

    Even a simple resignation will not shut down the lawsuits coming. This is too huge and dangerous to dismiss it. Trump is neck deep in trouble along with his entire family and associates.

    1. Anonymous8:18 AM

  14. Anonymous7:29 AM

    Where are the tax returns mr trump?

  15. Anonymous7:31 AM

    Being audited by IRS is not the same as being "Audited by Scientologist Counselors" mr trump. Stop the nonsense and show your tax returns for last 20yrs.

  16. Anonymous7:33 AM

    Nasty dirty trump is having a meeting with top Russian people today. Gee? The timing is remarkable. Glad the White House is bugged, we can all listen for code and more obvious lies.

    1. Anonymous8:27 AM

    2. Anonymous9:36 AM

      Well now isn't that special. He sure has an interest in RT. Guilty as his sins is so obvious. He must be removed today from further damage to America.

    3. Anonymous3:03 AM

      Were they delivering CASH?

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  18. Anonymous7:56 AM

    " Now, psychopath, there are a lot of similar traits except the psychopath chains people downstairs and eats them. A sociopath, though, -- and I think David Plouffe has that one wrong -- a sociopath does not inflict physical pain and torture."

    9 months ago...

  19. Anonymous8:02 AM

    Is KARMA on vacation? Let it be a heart attack, a stroke, whatever.

    The CIA takes care of this kind of diktatorships across the globe...

  20. Anonymous8:16 AM


    $eXxx, BULLying & MonEy....

  21. Anonymous8:20 AM

    For G. P.

  22. Anonymous8:24 AM

    FB>"Future generations may mark today as one of the truly dark days in American history, a history that may soon take an even more ominous turn.
    President Trump's sudden firing of FBI Director James Comey is a matter that should deeply concern every American, regardless of party, partisan politics or ideological leanings.
    The independence of our law enforcement is at the bedrock of our democracy. That independance, already grievously shaken under the brief tenure of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, is now shattered by uncertainty.
    The firing of an FBI Director is always a very serious matter in normal times. But these times aren't normal. Far from it. The Bureau is engaged in one of the most important and perilous investigations of this or any other presidency—the investigation of connections between the Trump election campaign and the Russian government.
    The questions mount and the shadow grows darker. What were those connections? What did Mr. Trump know about them and when did he know it? How can the President explain the serious allegations against his former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn? And what is President Trump hiding in this regard? It’s imperative that the nation—We The People—get answers to those questions. It will take time, but the process must start now.
    A politicized FBI is the last thing we need as we struggle through the maze of lies, concealment and ever-deepening mysteries. The last time a President fired prosecutors who were investigating him was Richard Nixon during the widespread criminal conspiracy known for short as “Watergate.” We all know how that turned out. In real ways, this potential scandal and coverup are much graver. We are talking about the very security of the United States and the sanctity of our republic.
    Thomas Paine famously wrote in 1776: "These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. "
    I see this as having the potential for a similar reflection point in our American story. If there is a cover up, if our nation is at the risk that has certainly been more than suggested, it is incumbent upon everyone who claims to love this nation to demand answers.
    We need a special prosecutor. We need an independent investigation. There is, obviously, much we don’t know about what has just happened, why it happened and why now. Just as obviously there is much more, so much more that we need know. We need to damn the lies and expose the truth."

    Dan the Man Rather

    1. Anonymous3:09 AM

      How many of the top gop "leaders" are involved? McConnell KNEW ahead of the election that tRump was going to "win" That is why he refused hearings on SC nominee, Garland. How did he know this? The gop are all dirty, money grubbing traitors.

    2. Marthe6:37 AM

      If we only knew what really goes on behind the scene. We only see the tip of the iceberg and it's bad enough. My fervent hope is that the whole truth will come out in the end and that all those who participated in the collusion with the Russians will be adequately prosecuted and not just allowed to resign. The countdown has just started with the very public and botched firing of James Comey.

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    1. Anonymous12:49 PM

      Boy was that a waste of time.

  25. Anonymous11:27 AM

    The Resistance with Keith Olbermann:

    You Can’t Fire the Person Investigating You

  26. Anonymous12:48 PM

    Will Comey become the next Deep Throat????

  27. Anonymous1:28 PM

    @HallieJackson showed how to set a trap. POTUS: "Shut that **** up." He did not like what he saw from her.

    POTUS angry nobody is containing fallout. That's what happens when you drop bombshells on your own admin, Mr. President. #finetunedmachine

  28. Anonymous4:13 PM

    Tom price arrest. Hmm, I think the gop just want to be like stars. Get people following them around.

    Something is wrong, or weird, they do things like dump to have fans, haha fans, praparazzie...publicity...

    Mind shortcurcuited and they want attention. Short fat old w_ men.


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