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The Origin of Christopher Steele's Lies Comes From Clinton Campaign

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 11 months ago

The Origin of Christopher Steele's Lies Comes From Clinton Campaign

"Took years two more years on top of that for the Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz to expose that mister Steele had relied in a Russian source who said he never expected mister Steele to present his info as facts since most of it was hearsay Now derms indictment says that this source this guy danchenko obtained material from a longtime democratic operative who was active in the 2016 Clinton campaign In other words the Clinton campaign passed it off to this Russian guy the Russian guy passed it off to Christopher Steele and then Christopher Steele put it in the dossier and then the FBI used that information to then go after Carter page and other people within the Trump campaign And tell everybody that Trump was a Russian puppet A Russian steward you see That's the Democrats ran on And they knew it the whole time They knew what they lied They lied to everybody about this Hillary Clinton's campaign lied And there were so many people in the government that were more than willing to go along with this You know they were just happy to go along with this They didn't even stop Trump No matter

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How Thirsty Was the FBI for Michael Sussman's False Trump-Russia Claims?

The Dan Bongino Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

How Thirsty Was the FBI for Michael Sussman's False Trump-Russia Claims?

"Just to kind of sum up where we are now. This break in the SPI geh case on Friday was important because it shows Hillary Clinton working with the FBI and a group of attorneys to fake these connections between Trump and Russia. And it shows an FBI more than willing to take the information in and eager and looking for an excuse to get in front of a judge and say it was real and the problem is, they kept flooding the zone. Hillary Clinton, with all of these sources say Trump's colluding with Russia whatever, and they kept telling the FBI they were working with the DNC and Hillary And it created a problem for the FBI because they couldn't tell a judge that So they needed a clean source. They needed a white knight to come in there. Someone clean as the driven snow with a clean C B. Oh, no, no. These people are just in here to tell us about Trump. They have no ulterior motives whatsoever. How do we know that? Because we know On September 19th of 2016 this white knight showed up. According to the allegations, the FBI and the indictment on Friday Michael Sussman, who is a lawyer working with Mrs Clinton, this is why I'm telling you, it's a bigger deal than you think. This guy is connected to everyone. There's no way John Door, um, locked him up for nothing. So he comes into the FBI office. And he says, I have information about Trump colluding with Russia. And according to the allegation, he says, Oh, I'm not working with anybody. I'm not here on behalf of any client. I'm just here giving you potential information about a criminal conspiracy. And the FBI is like yes, finally. Finally The FBI is like this is just great. We gotta sources clean. We can put his information down in a fight application. We can spy on Trump and we won't have to lie and tell a judge, you know, uh, cover up for Hillary Clinton or anything like that. So, it says. In the end I and the FBI's press release that suspects showed up September 19th 2016. Why is this suspicious? Because you learn later on If you watch my show today, the podcast you learn right now on the radio show. If you read the Inspector General Michael Horowitz report who looked at this entire story. There's a really interesting nugget in there again. Hat tip. Our friend full Nelson on social media is all over this stuff. Here it is. Remember, I want you to pay attention to something right here. The date The lawyer walks in. The FBI office is September 1920 16, where he meets with the FBI. And this is their clean source. Finally. They've been hearing all summer about Trump and the Russians and all the sources are dirty. They're telling people that working for Hillary, this is the one guy who said according to the indictment. No, no, I'm not working for anyone. They felt like they had it. How do I know the FBI is in on this? What I think. Let me read to you a piece of this footnote here. From the Horowitz report. The only express direction. We found that Andrew McCabe, who was the deputy director at the time gave regarding the use of a confidential human source concerned. A former confidential human source who contacted an FBI agent FBI Field office in late July. 2016 to report information from a colleague runs an investigative firm hired by two entities, the DNC as well as another individual to explore Donald Trump's long standing ties to Russian entities. So in of this part, one of the footnote, McCabe, the deputy director of the FBI knows that people are piling into FBI offices as early as July of 2016 who are working for Hillary and the DNC. Got it. Okay. Moving on. Good footnote goes on. The former confidential human source also gave the FBI agent a list of individuals and entities who surfaced in the firm's examination of Trump, which the former CHS described as mostly public source material. In mid September. 2016 Andrew McCabe told senior Special Agent one to instruct the FBI agent from the field office not to have any further contact with the former confidential human source and not to accept any information regarding the crossfire. Hurricane investigation Is it that timing Church lady

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on AP News

"The state's stay at home water capacity limits, distancing requirements and masks in most places for the vaccinated. And Chicago is fully reopened as of yesterday, with officials ending a requirement that people wear face masks and most indoor places and lifting capacity limits. Julie Walker, AP News Bipartisan group of lawmakers is proposing sweeping legislation to curb the power of the nation's big tech companies like Apple and Facebook. House subcommittee on antitrust legislation has concluded Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple abuse their market power charging excessive fees, crushing smaller companies and extracting valuable data from users who can't really opt out, Rhode Island Democrat David Sis Cellini says. Right now, unregulated tech monopolies have too much power over our economy. The proposed legislation targets the structure of the companies and could for Them to sever their dominant platforms from other lines of business. It's considered a big step for Congress, and many Republicans who have spoken out against big Tech dominance still oppose congressional intervention. Jackie Quinn Washington Justice Department investigation I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz is investigating the department under former President Donald Trump. Reportedly seizing phone data from at least two House Democrats in the search for leaks amid a House Intelligence Committee. Investigation of Trump's ties to Russia. AP correspondent Mary Clare Jalonick It is not common. At all for the Justice Department to be seizing data privately and secretly without the member's knowledge of members of Congress, And that obviously raises all sorts of questions about the branches of government and potentially a president and his Justice Department spying on members of Congress..

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WTOP

"Prosecutors from the House have formally taken their second impeachment case against Donald Trump to the floor of the Senate announced the presence of the managers on the part of the House of Representatives to conduct proceedings on behalf of the House. Concerning the impeachment of Donald John Trump, former president of the United States in connection with that deadly riot by his supporters at the Capitol. Opening arguments in two weeks. Energy O P. Leader Mitch McConnell wanted that the way to give the former president time to prepare his case. But he's also questioned Mr Trump's actions. CBS News political analyst Leonard Stein horns not going to whip the vote on behalf of the president, and that is a big deal. As for the new president and the White House, really trying to keep this trial At arms leg and to say that this is something that is for Congress to decide for Congress to work out the timing. They're hard at work on their own agenda. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes CBS News Special Report. I'm Tom Foti. This is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The second impeachment trial, led by Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin won't only focus on former President Trump's addressed to supporters before the attack on the capital but also his persistent claim in the months before that the election was stolen. President Trump Repeatedly issued false statements asserting that the presidential election results were the product of widespread fraud. This trial when it begins next month, is not expected to be nearly as long as the 21 Day trial that ended nearly a year ago With Donald Trump's acquittal. The former president also does not have the resource is of the White House, as he did before to assemble his legal defense team. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. OBY New also on the hill tonight. Does any senator wish to vote or change their vote? If not the A's are 84. The nays are 15 that Senator Tina Smith of Minnesota, announcing the confirmation of Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary. She's the first woman to hold the job in the department's 232 year. History. Yell Enough former Fed reserve chaired was approved by the Senate. Becoming the third member of President Joe Biden's Cabinet to win confirmation. She's expected to play a key role in gaining congressional approval of Mr Biden's nearly true $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. Meantime, the Senate will vote tomorrow on Tony Blinken, his nomination to be president Biden, secretary of state The Justice Department's inspector general is launching an investigation to examine whether any former or current department officials engaged in an improper attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Inspector General Michael Horowitz says the investigation will look into claims involving the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials, but will not extend to other government officials. The investigation comes after the New York Times reported Ah, former assistant Attorney Jo Well. Jeffrey Clarke had been discussing a plan with then President Trump to oust the acting attorney general and try to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential race. Up Next on w T o P President Biden today signs more executive orders We'll have details 10 34 I like a bed. That's really firm. I.

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It has been just 19 days since that deadly mob of Trump supporters stormed the capital. You don't fight like hell. I'm not gonna have a country anymore. The single article of impeachment charges that the president's offenses extend beyond his words of that rally. It also accuses him of trying to subvert and obstruct the results of the election by pressuring the Georgia secretary of state to find nearly 12,000 votes to help him win. And that s a B C's Rachel Scott. Of course, you can always stay right here to WBC news radio. We will follow the trial as it gets started in earnest and again that trial not expected to start officially. Another couple of weeks, but we've always got you covered. Meantime tonight. The Justice Department says it is investigating its own staffers. They're trying to find out if any of them tried to help overturn the election this from Inspector General Michael Horowitz, who says the department will look into allegations erased in The New York Times, the report says a former assistant attorney general Jeffrey Clarke, discussed a plan with then President Trump to try to officially challenge the voting outcome of that election. And Dominion voting system says it wants retribution from former President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani. Dominion sued Rudy Giuliani for defamation over his baseless claims about the election, he has continued. Lie about Dominion over and over again, Dominions lawyer Tom Claire, said Giuliani new. There's no evidence the voting machine company conspired to tilt the election. Yet he repeated the falsehood on television and online and Claire did not rule out filing a similar lawsuit against former President Trump. We're looking at everybody on what role they played in either making statements themselves about Dominion or perpetuating this the false statements that were made, Giuliani threatened a countersuit. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK 7 49, U. S climate envoy John Kerry telling the climate adaptation summit in the Netherlands today, the Biden administration is committed to fighting climate change across all sectors. He spoke with the conference. Remotely by knows that we have to mobilize in unprecedented ways. To meet a challenge that is fast accelerating, and he knows we have limited time to get it under control in a new study out this week shows the Earth's ice is melting 50% faster than it did 30 years ago. Her CBS is carried quarter. The British Journal the cryo Sphere shows scientists have concluded the melt rate of ice in the Arctic in Greenland and on land glaciers is now 57% faster than it was in the mid nineties. For the past 30 years, average Global sea rise has been 3.5. Five centimeters. Scientists say this ice loss could even be seen with the naked eye in places like Alaska. Well, they're back and you might have seen them yourself, especially if you're in parts of northern Massachusetts, snowy visitors from the Great White North on Salisbury Beach, Plum Island and more, but it's WBC's Chris Pharma tells us it is best to watch from a distance for the Arctic snowy owl. The Bay State is kind of like Florida. They generally show up sometime in November, and they generally leave sometime in April on May, But the allies on here to relax The beach or taken a theme park. They're here for survival, which could be threatened by those Lord in by the birds, elegance and speed. Some people that will go out and try to get the best picture in the world and harass these birds and chase him around all over the place. I will expert Norman Smith says. Stop. If the birds can't sleep during the day, they won't be able to hunt for food at night, and then they won't come back, which could prove fatal for the Owls and have a negative impact on research. These birds come from the Arctic Tundra and the tundra habitat is changing rapidly with climate changing by stuff. In these birds. We could get an indication of what might be happening up there. Kris Mama WBZ Boston's news radio, You.

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For high crimes and misdemeanors and that the following article of impeachment the exhibited to the United States Senate. Now with this tonight, the second impeachment trial has been triggered against the former president. This time, it will be different. The trial will be presided over by Senate president pro Tempore E. Senator Patrick Leahy, a Democrat from Vermont. This is a move which some Republicans are not happy with, citing conflict of interest. Senators will be sworn in tomorrow as jurors, but the trial will not be starting for at least another two weeks, says there was a deal that was come to from both sides. Senate working on confirming President Biden's cabinet And the House is working on covert relief. It's also gives President Trump's team a bit of time to pull together their defense. So those house impeachment prosecutors have now left the Senate floor. The article of impeachment has been read and this officially starts. The trial against former President Trump will keep an eye on this throughout the night. Bring you much more on it throughout the evening, and as the trial continues, right here on WBZ Alright, 7 17 that's going over to other news out of Washington tonight. Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz says he will now take a look into claims that current or former staffers tried to overturn the election was accusations spring from a published report. The New York Times report claims that while former President Trump's been his last weeks in office, trying to convince the Justice Department tow ask the Supreme Court to rule against Joe Biden's election win, his plans also included fire. Then acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, who refused to back Trump's disputed claims that voter fraud had cost him the election. Trumpet also press Rosen to appoint special counsels to investigate what he said were irregularities in the election, though he never provided any evidence for his claims. Among the investigations he wanted launched was one into Dominion Voting Systems, a company that just filed a $1.3 billion lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani over false election fraud claims. I'm like power and back here in Massachusetts, the state appeals court has overturned the drunk driving conviction of a woman stop. The new berry a couple of years ago. That's to do with the Breathalyzer. One evening in November. A couple years ago, police and Newberry stopped Amy Diego for driving through a stop sign arrested her for drug driving, tried to give her a Breathalyzer test back. It's police station. She tried blowing into the machine, but No sample registered on the machine. So at trial, the Breathalyzer evidence was admitted as a failure to take the test. She was convicted about you I but the state appeals court is tossed that conviction because the state did not introduce any evidence that the machine was working properly, and there was no evidence the officer who administered the test was certified to operate a Breathalyzer. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio 7 19 energy Company Vineyard Wind, telling the Biden administration it wants to re submit plans for a new wind farm that farm would be south of Martha's Vineyard. Those plans were hit with permitting delays by the Trump administration until last month, when the company pulled its project from federal review. Vineyard, Wind says if it is approved, this project would be the first large scale offshore wind farm in the entire country. Speaking of offshore wind in Maine Governor Janet Mills there says she will now push for a 10 year paws on certain projects. Democrats says she is supportive of the idea of offshore wind. But she says she needs to hear more feedback, though from the States fishing fishing industry. Governor says her proposal would protect fisherman within three miles of coastal waters that are managed by the state. All right, 7 20. Here's a song that you've probably heard quite a bit if you've got teenagers or maybe your routine listening in yourself. 17 year old actress has been dominating the billboard charts with this song as we hear from WBC's match.

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"ELISA Brady Fox to use a government watchdog takes a second log it possible interference from within the government. Fox's Jared Halpern is live in Washington, The Justice Department's inspector general will look into whether DOJ officials engaged in an improper attempt to alter the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Inspector General Michael Horowitz says his investigation concerns the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials. It will not extend to other government officials. The New York Times reported. A former assistant attorney general discussed a plan with former President Trump to remove the acting A G to challenge the presidential race. Former Attorney general William Barr resisted calls to question the election outcome, saying there was no evidence of widespread election fraud. Lisa I'm Jared President Biden signing more executive orders today, one of them reversing President Trump's decision to limit transgender service in the military. One of the Republican senators who still weighing how to vote in an upcoming impeachment trial, says he will not seek reelection next year. Ohio Senator Rob Portman, noting his 30 years of public service is saying he looks forward to focusing on legislative efforts for the next two Instead of fundraising and campaigning. One pharmaceutical giant is dropping out of the race for more covert vaccines. Merc announces it will not continue research or development on two different candidate vaccines for Corona virus disease. The drug maker says that while their formulas Intended to be a single dose vaccine showed promise, clinical data reveals it's not generating a high enough level of immunity to compete with existing incoming vaccines. Mark insists no test subjects showed an adverse effects. Seven brown, the company plans to focus instead on covert treatments. Covert numbers improving enough in California to lift the States Regional stay at home orders They're going back to a county based system. America is listening to Fox sees His radio K L. B. J on Patrick Osborne. This news is brought you by Associated Supply company. Another 333,000 vaccine doses will be sent out by the state this week. Master of Haze Travis and Williams and counties all getting new shipments. Caldwell County, though once again will not 16,500 are going to Travis County. But Austin Mayor Steve Adler says something has got to change with in the supply chain only received vaccine for about 2% of the population, and that is just not near. Enough all 2100 and 50 of Hays counties. Doses are being reserved for people who register online. Williams and county. Oh, get 8200 and bass drop county will get 1000. Austin City Council will soon discuss the homeless encampment Assistants link directing the city manager to implement an initiative that rapidly connects people with services and removes them from dangerous campsites near busy streets. The first phase of that will cost $3 million this week, though counsel's considering spending $9.5 million to buy a motel for the homeless on Picon Park Boulevard in North Austin. The Boston Council members may soon formally expressed concerns about tech stocks plan to widen and overall I 35 many of those concerns Echo those of Mario champion for the Urban Transportation Commission in 2021 Path Project Connect and it's It's a huge deal. We feel like the pulse of the citizens of the city favorite high capacity transit champion, says the plan doesn't properly address congestion or equality and climate change. Council is working on a resolution that could largely mirror the commission's rebuke. And the Dallas Federal Reserve's has 2024 a half percent contraction of the Texas workforce, representing more than 580,000 jobs lost with unemployment still high of the five largest metro areas in Texas. Austin's continues to be the lowest at 5.7% and should shape up to be a pretty nice day out there. That's gonna look good news. Radio K LBJ radar Weather Watch. Mostly sunny this afternoon High 75 clear tonight Low 45 Sonny for Tuesday High 74. From the weather Center. I'm Andy Rob, and I'm Patrick Osborne. You could get Austin News on demand news. Radio. K. L b j dot com You know, Good cup. It's a new year and.

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Investigation. Police A Brady Fox, it is a government watchdog takes a second log it possible interference from within the government. Fox's Jared Helper is live in Washington, The Justice Department's inspector general will look into whether DOJ officials engaged in an improper attempt to alter the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Inspector General Michael Horowitz says his investigation concerns the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials. It will not extend to other government officials, The New York Times reported. A former assistant attorney general discussed a plan with former President Trump to remove the acting A G to challenge the presidential race. Former Attorney General William Barr resisted calls to question the election outcome, saying there was no evidence of widespread election fraud. Lisa I'm Jarod President Biden signing more executive orders today, one of them reversing President Trump's decision to limit transgender service in the military. One of the Republican senators who still weighing how to vote in an upcoming impeachment trial, says he will not seek reelection next year. Ohio Senator Rob Portman, noting his 30 years of public service and saying he looks forward to focusing on legislative efforts for the next two instead of Fundraising and campaigning. One pharmaceutical giant is dropping out of the race for more covert vaccines. Merc announces it will not continue research or development on two different candidate vaccines for Corona virus to seize the drug maker says that while their formulas Intended to be a single dose vaccine showed promise, clinical data reveals it's not generating a high enough level of immunity to compete with existing and coming vaccines. Mark insists no test subjects showed an adverse effects. Seven brown, the company plans to focus instead on covert treatments. Covert numbers improving enough in California to lift the States Regional stay at home orders They're going back to a county.

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DOJ inspector general probing whether officials tried to overturn election

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

DOJ inspector general probing whether officials tried to overturn election

"Investigation to examine whether any former or current department officials engaged in improper attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Inspector General Michael Horowitz says that the investigation will look into allegations concerning the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials but will not extend to other government officials. Two brothers, now in their sixties are speaking

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"New election investigation. At least the Brady Fox, it is a government watchdog takes the second log it possible interference from within the government. Fox's Jared Helper is live in Washington, The Justice Department's inspector general will look into whether DOJ officials engaged in an improper attempt to alter the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Inspector General Michael Horowitz says his investigation concerns the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials. It will not extend to other government officials. The New York Times reported. A former assistant attorney general discussed a plan with former President Trump to remove the acting A G to challenge the presidential race. Former Attorney general William Barr resisted calls the question the election outcome, saying there was no evidence of widespread election fraud. Lisa I'm Jared President Biden signing more executive orders today, one of them reversing President Trump's decision to limit transgender service in the military. One of the Republican senators who still weighing how to vote in an upcoming impeachment trial, says he will not seek reelection next year. Ohio Senator Rob Portman, noting his 30 years of public service is saying he looks forward to focusing on legislative efforts for the next two Instead of fundraising and campaigning. One pharmaceutical giant is dropping out of the race for more covert vaccines. Merc announces it will not continue research or development on two different candidate vaccines for Corona virus disease. The drug maker says that while their formulas Intended to be a single dose vaccine showed promise, clinical data reveals it's not generating a high enough level of immunity to compete with existing and coming vaccines. Mark insists no test subjects showed an adverse effects. Seven brown, the company plans to focus instead on covert treatments. Covert numbers improving enough in California to lift the States Regional stay at home orders They're going back to a county based system. America is listening to Fox sees Paid for by Asset Marketing Services LLC. 2021 marks the 35th anniversary of the American Eagle.

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on KCRW

"The Trump administration's operation Warp speed may not be able to deliver on reserves of covert 19 vaccines for booster shots next week. Oregon Governor Kate Brown has tweeted General Gus Purna, chief operation officer of the federal campaign informed her that there is no federal Reserve of doses. Brown calls it a deception on a national scale. It remains to be seen. How this will affect President elect Biden strategy to ramp up vaccinations in the country by opening up 100 million vaccine doses in 100 days, European leaders are already roiled by news of fives and buying tech have decided to deliver fewer vaccines to their countries in the coming weeks. The companies say the reduction will be temporary so they can upgrade production capacity. Two billion doses a year. A new, more contagious varying from the UK is circulating in Europe and in the U. S. And another variant has been found in Brazil will pandemic related risks were already expected to have an impact on inauguration events. But after last week's insurrection of the capital, the National Mall is now closed and security forces at all levels are in place. Here's the C police chief Robert Conti. It's all hands on deck for our entire agency, because our entire agency has responsibility for the entire city. Meanwhile, investigations are mounting into last week's massive security failure at the capital. NPR's Carrie Johnson says the Justice Department's watchdog has questions, Inspector General Michael Horowitz announced the review of Justice Department actions leading up to the siege on the capital. He plans to investigate whether the FBI properly shared threat information with the Capitol police and local law. Law enforcement. The review also will look at how the FBI, the 80 F and the U. S. Marshals responded to pipe bombs and violence of the capital, January. 6th. Prosecutors have already charged more than 100 rioters with crimes. They continue to investigate broader conspiracies such as whether people with military and police training may have coordinated the attacks. Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington Security measures are escalating and air travel after several incidents of unruly behavior on flights to and from D. C last week. Here's NPR's David Schaper, her flight home from Washington last week. Democratic Illinois Congresswoman Cheri Boost Oh says she witnessed Trump supporters harassing and intimidating other passengers and the crew. So she applauds. The FAA is do zero tolerance directive ordering swift enforcement action against unruly passengers and in light of my unsettling experiences last week I am so glad to see the Federal Aviation Administration rapidly mobilized staff and take additional steps to ensure that air travel remains safe for everyone. The FBI is warning of the possibility of more violence around the bide inauguration. So some airlines are temporarily prohibiting firearms in checked baggage. David Schaper.

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on KCRW

"Lie from NPR news. I'm Korova Coleman. The Corona virus pandemic appears to have shortened the average life expectancy in the U. S. NPR's Rob Stein says. That's according to new research. Researchers at the University of Southern California and Princeton calculate that the pendant may cast significantly affected life expectancy in the United States. In a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the researchers estimate that the deaths caused by the pandemic will shorten overall life expectancy by about a year. That would be the largest single year decline in life expectancy in the last 40 years and cut us life expectancy to the lowest It's been since 2003. The reduction in life expectancy is even greater among racial and ethnic minorities. Life expectancy is estimated to fall by more than two years among blacks and more than three years among Latinos. Ob. Stein. NPR News President elect Joe Biden has introduced a nearly $2 trillion plan intended to help Americans through the pandemic. He's also naming former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner David Kessler to lead the nation's covert vaccine response. Watchdog will review how the Justice Department prepared for possible violence of the U. S Capitol last week. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the investigation will focus on how justice shared information with its law enforcement partners. Inspector General Michael Horowitz announced the review of Justice Department actions leading up to the siege on the capital. He plans to investigate whether the FBI properly shared threat information with the Capitol police and local law enforcement. Review also will look at how the FBI, the 80 F and the U. S. Marshals responded to pipe bombs and violence of the capital, January. 6th. Prosecutors have already charged more than 100 rioters with crimes. They continue to investigate broader conspiracies such as whether people with military and police training may have coordinated the attacks. Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington The controversial Social media site parlor is trying to find a way back online. It was hosted by Amazon, which kicked it off its Web servers after scores of reports surfaced of parlor users explicitly calling for violence. Parlors. Chief policy officer Amy Pick Off, says the site believes in free expression and frowns upon violent commentary. We don't like to see it, It's it expressly violates our guidelines. And then the challenge is how best effectively to remove it and to make sure that our platform is designed not to encourage the sorts of sentiments that would lead to that type of content being posted in the first place. She spoke to NPR's morning edition. On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is down 282 points. The NASDAQ is down 136 points. You're listening to NPR news. It's 804. I'm Cherry Glaser with KCRW News Governor Gavin Newsom is calling up the National Guard to protect the state capital ahead of planned protests there this weekend and potential violence. Newsome has activated 1000 guard members after FBI warnings that armed demonstrators may target state houses in riots similar to last week's attack on the U. S Capitol. Meanwhile, some ardent Trump supporters in the L. A area say they're sitting this weekend's events out. His case here W is, Benjamin Gottlieb explains. In the days leading up to the November election, visible support for President Donald Trump could be seen all across the south Land from in person rallies to car caravans, even Bo parades. The events of the sixth of January have divided some of the president's most loyal supporters, especially in Southern California's immigrant communities. I would not associate with those kind of people. That's Mark Gang. He's a trump rally organizer who spent much of the 2020 election season drumming up support for the president among Asian American voters in southern California. A lot of people agree, you know with me and let's just move on. And you know, I see a lot of positive things in the Biden president see a comprehensive immigration reform for One. Now, the FBI says pro Trump demonstrations with violence. Extremist elements are expected at every statehouse on Sunday, including in Sacramento for the CHP has rejected a protest permit. As for here in Los Angeles, the LAPD says it still does not have a total tally of how many protests are planned. That information should be available later today. KCRW. I'm Benjamin Gottlieb. You've probably heard that Californians 65 years and older are now technically eligible for one of the Copan 19 vaccines. But don't go rushing tow line up an appointment just yet. Whether you're eligible right away depends on where you live is case here. W is Kelly Wells reports People 65 older living in L. A county will have to wait a little while longer. Orange and Riverside counties are officially offering vaccine appointments for people 65 older L'Avventura and San Bernadino counties are not Local health officials blame a lack of supply as they race to complete vaccinations for health care workers First..

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Some serious, some not so seriously. The Trump campaign really is not alleging at this point, and it's lawsuits, tons of voter fraud. They're more alleging that the processes themselves have been unfair there on more solid ground, they're difficult to prove that any individual case is a case of voter fraud. A lot easier to show that, for example, Pennsylvania's mail in balloting process was screwed up. And that is particularly true with regard to the process that suggested that balance could be counted after the election. Now is any of that likely to shift the status of the election in these various states? No, I mean it's not a factual level, it is unlikely to shift the outcome of the elections in these various states. It is very, very unlikely that a court would simply declare that estate has to revote or that a county has to revote or anything like that. All of which means that it is imperative that these losses go forward. And then we find out all the evidence and investigations we have. But if you are of the opinion, this is probably going to shift the election. The answer is at this point. Probably not just be perfectly realistic about it. That is not resignation. That is just realism at this point. The fight is only beginning for the soul of the country and for the future of the country. We'll get some more of that in just a little while first speaking of the soul in the future of the country, remember that time the intelligence agencies were wildly politicized? Simply in order. Get Trump Remember that time? Remember when the intelligence agencies Fostered and pushed a Russian collusion era that simply was not true. Largely predicated on the steel dossier, a bunch of Russian actual disinformation promoted by fusion GPS, a firm hired by Hillary Clinton and then funnel via fusion GPS to the FBI and used as the basis for a Siri's of FISA warrants and investigative tools directed at the Trump campaign. Member that You know that was not considered a coup by the media. If you said that was a coup by the media, or if you said that that was a dirty by the media. If you said that it called into question, the the objectivity of our intelligence agencies were told by the media that was wildly out of bounds. Meanwhile, it is definitely definitely definitely ago if a legal process happens that is being fulfilled right now, that's a coup. Nautical when your intelligence agencies violate the law in order to pursue their bizarre theory that Donald Trump was actually a Russian cat's paw. Well, yesterday fired, FBI Deputy director Andrew McCabe testified on the hill. He said he was shocked and disappointed by the errors and mistakes and the FBI's Foreign Intelligence and Surveillance Act applications seeking the authority to wiretap Carter Page. As you'll recall the words application against Carter Page was largely predicated on the steel dossier. It turns out that it was just not true. The steel dossier was not true. The information was conveyed to the court. Was largely to bunk at that point already. Andrew McCabe lives in a fantasy world of his own making, and the fact that these bags of tools were running the intelligence agencies should scare everybody. It should, in fact have been a massive scandal. It was not because the media were determined that the real scandal was that Trump was a Russian, not the intelligence agencies have been militarized on behalf of a false theory. There's Andrew McCabe yesterday, making the overly false statement that Robert Mueller proved Russian collusion in the election. We handed the investigation on the first four people and the investigation of President Trump and investigation of former attorney general Sessions over to the special counsel team. And and I think we all know what happened. Three conclusion of that investigation, the details that are provided in the Mueller report, I think provide Pretty solid results that Verifying our concerns were valid. No, no, Actually, the mother report was a years long process whereby they proved zero of the original allegations that were made against President Trump. Then McCabe again. He was fired for lying. Hey. Andy Mackay was fired for lying because he lied about having leaked information to the Washington Post. Me and and he lied throughout this one. I mean, right During this hearing, he continued to say things that they were just so, for example, Lindsey Graham asked if you knew then what you know now, would you have signed the warrant application in June 2017 against Carter Page? And he was like, no Okay. But you sort of did know at that point. The seals was a bunch of nonsense. DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz. He didn't report in December, criticizing the Justice Department and the FBI for at least 17 significant errors and omissions related to the FISA warrants against Carter Page and for the bureau's reliance on Christopher steals, Democrat funded dossier. According to the Washington Examiner. McCabe and Comey pushed to include allegations from a steel dossier in the 2017 intelligence community assessment, according to Horowitz, his report. Cade said. I did not know at the time that much of the steel dossier had been dismissed by the CIA is Internet rumor, he said. I did not know that at the time, and I don't know that now. There's only one problem. McCabe It has been found overtly did rely on steel dossier in the intelligence community assessment. But then he says, Oh, yeah, the steel dust. He had nothing to do with anything weird because you guys were all relying on it thoroughly. Would it be fair to say that the Christopher Steele dossier was the keystone of the investigation? No, sir. That's not accurate. Oh, what? How important wasn't What word would you use? It had no importance. We were not in possession of that information when we initiated the case. Okay, So you're telling me when you initiated the case, Christopher steals dossier. Had nothing to do with your decision to go forward. That's correct. Okay, but then they used to steal dossier in order for the case. So to say that it really had very little impact on the case. Just Yeah, sure. Sure, Make a by the way, also says that he was wrongly fired. Do you think you were wrongly fired? Yes, Yes, I do Think I was wrongly fired And you think you did nothing wrong? That's correct. Even though the Ogi pointed out that you did okay. And that is right. And that be a Senator Marshall Blackburn from Tennessee, pointing out that in fact, the idea did say that Yeah. Just released a report 2018 detailing multiple instances in which McCabe lacked candor with Comey, FBI investigators and inspector general investigators about his authorization leaked sensitive information to the Wall Street Journal that revealed the existence of an FBI investigation into the Clinton Foundation. Kg Jeff Sessions fired McCabe in March, 2018 The DOJ then declined to press charges against me came in February, and federal judge ruled in September that McCabe's wrongful termination lawsuit could move toward a discovery. So this is the guy who was one of the leading figures inside that intelligence community. But don't worry, guys. We should all be worried about a coup because Trump is filing lawsuits. Are these all thing is just so absurd. You have intelligence community that militarized itself on in pursuit of members of the Trump administration on the flimsy basis that Christopher Steele had put together a dossier filled with crap about Russian prostitutes peeing And this was considered fully in line with America's traditions and laws..

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Justice Department watchdog to review conduct of federal agents responding to unrest in Portland and Washington, D.C.

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Justice Department watchdog to review conduct of federal agents responding to unrest in Portland and Washington, D.C.

"The unrest in Portland, Oregon, Inspector General Michael Horowitz said he's responding to a complaint from the U. S attorney in Oregon. Overuse of force, or Wood said he would review the roles and responsibilities and responding to protest in Portland and in Washington, D C and mask up or don't fly southwest of American Airlines, both today tightening

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting rod Rosenstein will testify about the Russia probe on Capitol Hill next Wednesday former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week as the panel looks into the justice department's Russia investigation senator Lindsey Graham the committee chairman said Thursday Rosenstein will testify about the new revelations contained in a report from justice department inspector general Michael Horowitz the report released in December concluded the Russia investigation opened in 7/20/16 for a legitimate basis but it also says there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page might cross CO Washington

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Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting rod Rosenstein will testify about the Russia probe on Capitol Hill next Wednesday former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week as the panel looks into the justice department's Russia investigation senator Lindsey Graham the committee chairman said Thursday Rosenstein will testify about the new revelations contained in a report from justice department inspector general Michael Horowitz the report released in December concluded the Russia investigation opened in July twenty sixteen for a legitimate basis but it also says there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page might cross CO Washington

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WTVN

"Ben Ferguson filling in for the great one mark Colvin and I really nice to have you with us don't forget to watch mark on fox news this weekend he's going to have one heck of a show I'm gonna give you some details on that coming up a little bit later but I want to get back real quick to this other I'm shockingly release of information that people need to understand not only did the FBI set up when they knew they didn't have anything on plan and that's the reason why they had to create our try to create a crime to charge him with because there's nothing to investigate you don't believe me records have now been released that show that that disgraced FBI assistant director Peter struck intervene when the FBI the people below him move to close the Flynn investigation why due to lack of quote derogatory information these new ones still the FBI memos show that the bureau found quote no derogatory information on former national security adviser Michael Flynn while investigating his alleged Russian contacts and I moved to close their investigation on him in early January two thousand seventeen before former FBI disgraced agent Peter Strzok intervened asking and begging to keep the case open the documents which were released Thursday by the department just to show that Flynn was given the code name crossfire razor an investigative investigate in a spin off of the case that the FBI also have the bigger case which is called crossfire hurricane what was that well in essence it was the surveillance of the two thousand sixteen trump campaign badly remember when president trump said that his campaign was spied on in the media said he was crazy and losing his mind yeah it happened you guys are idiots a case in which the infamous Steele dossier played a central role according to the DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz December report now Flynn who pled guilty to lying to FBI about a about Russian contacts in January of two thousand seventeen has obviously moved to withdraw that guilty plea and now they are saying they're going to drop everything against him he said look I never lied to federal investigators what I did do is protect my family and they were investigating a crime and said what they were doing was trying to create a crime now thank goodness the Attorney General the bar **** outside prosecutor for the office of the US attorney in Saint Louis to review the department justice is handling of Flynn's prosecution plans to fence it argued that the and the retired army general was quote deliberately set up and framed by corrupt agents at the top of the FBI specifically to get him to flip on Donald Trump but the empty I move to close that case on January the fourth two thousand and seventeen let me say that again the FBI we now know for a fact move to close the Flynn case on January the fourth two thousand seventeen before they interviewed him quote after finding the plan had no contact with a Russian individual whose name is redacted from this release and that crossfire razor which again was to investigate him what is in their words no longer a viable candidates as part of the larger crossfire.

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Could Senate impeachment trial impact 2020 campaigns?

The Mentors

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Could Senate impeachment trial impact 2020 campaigns?

"Democratic congressman Jerrold Nadler release his impeachment papers at the same time inspector general Michael Horowitz published his report on the origins of the F. B. I.'s Russia probe revealing seventeen major errors committed by the bureau against the trump campaign and president Donald Trump after reading the articles of impeachment and much of the heart which report from the justice department I can't see how this turns out well for the hate trump movement the country is certainly not engaged in impeachment and if the house refers it for the trial in the Republican led Senate the Democrats will be embarrassed the case is that week Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has repeatedly stated he quote can imagine any scenario where president trump is convicted and removed from office for a thirty three minute phone call to the Ukrainian president by this time most Americans understand the rules regardless of whether they support president trump or not also people are too busy to tune in and sift through all the chaos TV ratings for the impeachment inquiry were low this week new polling confirms a majority of Americans do not want the president removed from office this way according to Quinnipiac fifty one percent of registered voters now all polls the impeachment exercise just forty five percent want president trump gone before next November in the spring of two thousand twenty I expect the justice department will charge former FBI leaders with felonies I could be wrong but if that happens it will help president trump very much in his campaign to win reelection which of course would be great revenge for the forty fifth president of the United States who remains under

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

10:47 min | 3 years ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"This is democracy now democracy now DOT ORG the Warren Peace Report. I made me Goodman. We're broadcasting from the UN climate summit in Madrid Spain. The European Commission has proposed a sweeping new plan to address the climate crisis. The European the in green deal would be the biggest overhaul of European policy since the foundation of the modern European Union system. This is e you commission mission President Ursula Zander Lyon. We do not have all the answers yet. Today's the start of journey. But this is Europe's man on the moon moment. The European green new deal would seek to in Europe become the first climate neutral continent by twenty fifty it would also seek to have greenhouse gas emissions by twenty thirty European leaders are discussing the emissions goals at a summit in Brussels today environmentalist here at cop twenty five and Madrid. Spain welcomed the plan but said it doesn't go far foreign effing cutting greenhouse gas emissions. This is Greenpeace campaigner Martin. Kaiser the new green deal proposed by the commission. Today is not the Eh Eh answer to the climate emergency we see already in Europe back in the United States. Justice Department Inspector Vector General. Michael Horowitz testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday where he reiterated reports key finding that the FBI's opening of of an investigation into President Trump's tele thousand sixteen campaign. Aides was not politically motivated during the hearing. Republican lawmaker slammed the FBI Bi over the myriad errors the report reveals about the FBI's process of seeking approval to surveilled former trump campaign. Advisor Carter Page these applications were filed to the secret FIS. Court created by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act civil liberty. Experts have long warned of the courts unaccountable and secretive nature for approving domestic surveillance especially against Muslims. This Justice Department inspector. General Michael Horowitz We found and as we outlined here are deeply concerned that so many basic and fundamental errors were made by three separate handpicked investigative gate of teams on one of the most sensitive F. B. I. Investigations after the matter had been briefed to the highest levels within the FBI even though the information sought thought through the use of authority related so closely to an ongoing presidential campaign and even though those involved with the investigation knew that their actions would likely subjected to close scrutiny. Inspector General Michael Horowitz also push back on Attorney General William Vare statement Monday claiming the FBI Bi should not have opened the two thousand sixteen investigation in the first place in West Africa. Over seventy troops were killed and attack doc on a military camp in new share near the border with Mali. It's the deadliest attack on a military in recent history. No one's taken responsibility ready for the attack. So far but Islamic militants have carried out a string of attacks across the Sahel region in West Africa so far this year. The attack came only days days before a planned security summit in France between the President's France new share and four other west African leaders. The summit has now been postponed. France has at least forty five hundred troops deployed to the Sahel region. In Algeria Mass demonstrations rock. The country Wednesday as protesters demanded the cancellation of today's national election to replace out curious longtime President Abdelaziz Bouteflika who was forced from power by a mass uprising. In April I won't vote because these elections themselves are betrayal everyone who votes committing betrayal against our country because the summit of stupidity is to try the same experience with the same people in tools. Expect a different result. Three low turnout at the polls is expected today amidst widespread calls to boycott the election with demonstrators. Saying that all the candidates are juries. Long ruling elite on Tuesday to previous prime ministers were convicted and sentenced to prison over a corruption scandal that also in snared other top government officials and businessmen. In Britain. Voters are also heading to the polls today for a defining national election which pits conservative prime minister. Boris Johnson Against Labor Party party leader. Jeremy Corbyn at stake in the election is the future of Britain's public health system and how to handle brexit. Britain's plan to leave the European Union at the Hague Burma's defacto leader. Aung San Suu. Chee is attempting to defend the Burmese military from charges of genocide against Muslim rule. Hindus at the International Court of Justice the Burmese military killed and raped thousands of Ruhanga and force more than seven hundred thousand thousand to flee into neighboring Bangladesh and a brutal army. Crackdown in two thousand. Seventeen during Unsan Sioux chief speech at The Hague. She never said the word word row Kanga and she claimed no genocide had taken place to free the Gambia has placed before the Court and incomplete and misleading factual actual picture of the situation and re kind state and Emma yet it is of the utmost importance that the court assessor situation obtaining underground dispassionately and accurate Aung San Suu Chee is Nobel Peace Prize winner. Who is is placed under house arrest for fifteen years while campaigning against Burmese military rule? She's now defending that same military while it continues been used to hold vast power in Burma. This is real. Hang the refugee Shamsul alarm speaking from Bangladesh. After watching Aung San Suu Cheese speech at The Hague old SUCI was in jail. She is afraid of that jail so she is laying normally to stay in power. She's lying to the J court we we are crying so much pain we call upon the UN and all nations. Please help us get justice from this genocide in India. The upper house house of parliament has passed the highly controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill widely known as the anti Muslim bill to slay Shen provides. It's a path to citizenship for immigrants from Afghanistan Bangladesh and Pakistan. Unless they're Muslim. The bill is part of Indian Prime Minister Narendra. Modi's right wing Hindu nationalist agenda and many say it's a major step or the official marginalization of India's two hundred million Muslims the Indian Union Muslim Salaam League is petitioning India Supreme Court to declare the bill unconstitutional widespread protests against the bill have swept across parts of India. This Week Rico. Specially in the northeast. The government has deployed the army to the northeastern state of Assam. This is this slum. A leader of the Communist Party of India. Speaking speaking from New Delhi. Not All Party. The left the whole country opposes because that's Uh We just listened the basic of the Constitution. The Knesset has dissolved and and the country is headed toward its third national election and a year after Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu and rival Benny Ganz both fell to form a governing coalition. The election will be held on March. Second the political chaos in Israel comes as Netanyahu is also facing charges and three criminal corruption cases in France workers are vowing to continue their strike after French. Prime Minister Eduard Philippe gave a televised address outlining the proposed pension. Overhaul Philippe claim the legal retirement. Age would remain sixty two over the proposed change would effectively raise the retirement age to sixty four people born after one thousand nine hundred. Seventy four union leaders called the raising of the retirement age or red line and many rail lines and schools remained shuttered today. Amidst mass protest across France police unions have also joined the strike which now stretches into its second week here in Madrid Spain Spain at cop twenty five. UN Climate Summit hundreds of activists gathered Wednesday outside the conferences main plenary halls to demand rich countries. Raise take more drastic action to address the climate crisis activists report being pushed and forced out of the building security more than three three hundred. Protesters were forced outside. A number had their credentials temporarily removed. We'll have a full report on the protests task later in the broadcast disgraced. Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein and the Board of his. Now bankrupt company have reached a tentative. Twenty five five million dollar settlement with dozens of women who've accused him of rape sexual assault and sexual harassment. The deal would not require Weinstein unstained to admit any wrongdoing Norwood Weinstein have to pay any of his own money to the dozens of actresses and female employees who've accused him of serial rape and sexual harassment. Weinstein is also facing criminal sexual assault charges in New York and is scheduled to attend court in early January. The federal trade commissions reached the largest ever settlement with a for profit College University of Phoenix over charges of deceptive advertising and marketing false job opportunities to students the university's record one hundred ninety one million dollar settlement will include canceling Selena. One hundred forty one million dollars in student debt. FTC member Rohit. Chopra said quote. Today's Action Against University of Phoenix ex and future actions against scam. Schools will set the stage for cancelling more student debt unquote. President trump signed a highly early controversial executive order. Wednesday aimed at cracking down on the growing boycott divestment and sanctions movement known as the Global Nonviolent Movement seeks to the pressure Israeli government.

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Callahan fox news stay one completed here the house judiciary committee's markup session finalizing the articles of impeachment mostly just opening statements a little session on Wednesday night Republican Matt Gaetz saying the articles of impeachment are a consolation prize for Democrats because they're sore losers president trump's true crime in their eyes was winning the twenty sixteen election against all odds and against the establishment of both parties Democrat so we lost princess the president's actions are a slap in the face of our founding fathers president George Washington would likely be astonished since he warned against the insidious wiles of foreign influence once the articles are finalized the committee will likely send them to the house floor for consideration boxes Steve Rappaport there were fireworks earlier in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with inspector general Michael Horowitz testifying about his reported to the FBI's investigation of Russian election meddling in which she says there were mistakes so many basic and fundamental errors were made by three separate hand picked investigative team success senator Ted Cruz says the probe turned into something different they sent spies to record senior members of the campaign in the middle of a presidential campaign the same confidential human sources in to do that was about the claim by fired FBI director James calmly that the report clears the FBI of wrongdoing a inspector general Horowitz said his report exonerates snow one in Tuesday's murder of a New Jersey police officer and then an attack on a Jewish market in Jersey city investigators Snellville who but not why right now we are working to learn more about the shooter's.

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Horowitz defends Trump-Russia report but "deeply concerned" about FBI failures

WSJ What's News

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Horowitz defends Trump-Russia report but "deeply concerned" about FBI failures

"The justice else. Just department's Inspector. General Michael Horowitz is defending his report into the Russia investigation which has caused a rift with DOJ head Attorney General William Bar Horowitz's report released on Monday found serious failures by the FBI in pursuing an investigation into people associated with the trump campaign but in in testimony. Today Horowitz also reiterated that the decision to pursue the investigation was justified further. Inflaming partisan debate bar has said he believes. The investigation investigation was quote based on a bogus narrative. He appointed his own prosecutor. John Durham to look into the origins of the Russia investigation

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Review of FBI's surveillance of Trump campaign aide doesn't 'vindicate anybody,' inspector general says

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Review of FBI's surveillance of Trump campaign aide doesn't 'vindicate anybody,' inspector general says

"The watchdog for the US department of justice testified earlier today on problems with FBI surveillance of the twenty sixteen from campaign inspector general Michael Horowitz said FBI officials misled a secret court that would be the FISA court in order to continue surveilling former trump campaign aide Carter page now even so in spite of those remarks are which said that the FBI was justified in opening a probe into whether or not the trump campaign conspired with Russia in the twenty sixteen election her words by the way also said the prosecutor chosen by Attorney General William Barr to review the same issues had failed to convince her words that the F. B. I. it lacked a valid reason to initiate a

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"News alert writing the articles finally Seles Sarah the house Judiciary Committee beginning the next step in the impeachment process boxes Steve Rappaport has more lively so it's called a mark up session where lawmakers debate make revisions and offer amendments to the proposed articles of impeachment but getting to that point could take a while if all forty one committee members use their allotted five minutes to make opening statements some testy exchanges between Democrats and Republicans are possible based on what we've seen in the previous hearings the two articles of impeachment charge the president with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the panel will continue the mark up tomorrow and probably vote the articles out of committee sending them to the house floor Lisa the other day long hearing on Capitol Hill today at the Senate Judiciary Committee and question for justice department inspector general Michael Horowitz over the FBI handling of the Russian investigation that included investigations in a classified intelligence warns against people tied to president trump's campaign we found the crossfire hurricane was open for an authorized investigative purpose and with sufficient factual predication inspector general Michael Horowitz says investigators made serious mistakes but there's no evidence political bias played a role though that's been disputed by Republicans authorities in New Jersey not confirming reports that yesterday's gunbattle at a Jewish market was a hate crime authorities confirm the shooting started at a nearby cemetery were fifteen year veteran detective Jo seals approach to suspicious rented you all van and the driver got out and opened fire seals a father of five which killed the suspect identified as forty seven year old David Anderson and fifty year old Francine Graham then drove to a Jewish grocery one mile away surveillance ignoring others on the street and walking straight inside.

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Horowitz defends Trump-Russia report but "deeply concerned" about FBI failures

Here & Now

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Horowitz defends Trump-Russia report but "deeply concerned" about FBI failures

"As the house moves. Closer to impeaching president trump members of the Senate today questioned the Justice Department Inspector General about the origins of the FBI's Russia probe DOJ inspector. General Michael Horowitz report found no evidence that the FBI investigation instigation of the trump campaign was politically motivated. But he also told the Senate Judiciary Committee today that there were significant errors in the FBI investigation although we did not find documentary or testimonial evidence of intentional misconduct. We also did not receive satisfactory explanations nations for any of the errors emissions we identified. Meanwhile the House Judiciary Committee is expected to convene at seven. PM Eastern Standard time tonight to begin finalising the articles of impeachment before a photo of the full house likely next

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Justice Watchdog Testifies Before Congress About His Report on FBI’s Russia Probe

Here & Now

05:26 min | 3 years ago

Justice Watchdog Testifies Before Congress About His Report on FBI’s Russia Probe

"As the house moves closer to impeaching president trump members of the Senate today questions the justice department inspector general about the origins of the F. B. I.'s Russia probe DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz is report found no evidence that the FBI's investigation of the trump campaign was politically motivated but he also told the Senate Judiciary Committee today that there were significant errors in the FBI's investigation although we did not find documentary or testimonial evidence of intentional misconduct we also did not receive satisfactory explanations for any of the errors or omissions we identified meanwhile the house Judiciary Committee is expected to convene at seven PM eastern standard time tonight to begin finalizing the articles of impeachment before a float of the full house likely next week Phil Ewing joins us now to discuss all of this he's election security editor for NPR infill Horowitz looked into the FBI's investigation of that twenty sixteen trump campaign and possible ties with Russia Republicans have highlighted that the FBI is serious performance failures as detailed by Horowitz what's been their line of questioning they want to drill down very closely on one specific part of the FBI investigation the surveillance that officials conducted on a one time junior foreign policy aide to truck came Carter page who was the subject of a number of renewals by the foreign intelligence surveillance court from twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen and what Horowitz discovered was as you mentioned there were many problems with air is affected a mission and practices by the FBI and the justice department in getting and then sustaining that surveillance the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham has stroll down very strongly on that as part of what's been a years long effort by him and the president in their supporters to tear down federal law enforcement the justice department the FBI in their view the problems with that case are emblematic of wider problems with the FBI and the justice department and that's been a leitmotif for some time yeah I want to ask you about Attorney General William Barr he's attacked this report several times in the past couple of days what impact hello do you believe his comments had on today's hearing well the ranking member senator Dianne Feinstein of California asked for what's the inspector general about those comments and he said that he didn't have any undue influence from the Attorney General before submitting this report but he also re stated that he believed there was an appropriate predication as he said for the F. B. I. in twenty sixteen to open the investigation into the Russian attack on the twenty sixteen election I mean there really wasn't attacked there really was skulduggery that took place which has been uncovered by investigators and has been the subject of so much focus since then if senator Gramm focused on the details here about the page story the Carter page story senator Feinstein and Democrats want to talk about the big picture that this really wasn't attack that it really was Russia and not another nation has and has become the subject of controversy more recently here in Washington and that the FBI and the justice department and other intelligence agencies were justified in responding to the information they were getting twenty sixteen and trying to figure out what was happening in that report about it to Congress and the American people as they have yeah you've mentioned the committee's ranking member senator Dianne Feinstein and Democrats have focused on the conclusion that ho it's found no evidence of political bias or improper motivation let's hear what she had to say I believe strongly that it's time to move on from the false claims a political bias and those who showed great interest in the question a politically motivated investigations against president trump should show the same concern about politically motivated dated investigations requested by the president or his Attorney General is this hearing today likely to bring any clarity to the ultimate poll well you know point of this report are we just talking past each other Republicans and Democrats the answer to your first question is no among other reasons because there are pages from the horror was report that are redacted and so there are still things about the story about Carter page for example that we do not know because they're continuing to be withheld by the government the other question which senator Feinstein alluded to in those comments you played is that there's another report about the investigation still pending from the justice department Connecticut U. S. attorney John Durham has been asked to do his own look at this he's already said in an unusual statement when Horowitz's report came out that he disagrees with some of the things that are in that report so we have a whole other chapter of litigating about this to look for to whenever Durin's work is complete okay my last question with you for the few seconds that I have with you the mark of the impeachment articles begin tonight what are you watching for well that's going to be a normal process but also very contentious all legislation whether it's naming post offices are impeaching the president has to go through the same practice so Democrats wanted to be by the book but we expect minority Republicans on the committee to make it as painful and drawn out as long as possible with procedural motions and other tech attempts to delay it that's Phil Ewing election security editor for NPR thank you Phil

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FBI was justified in opening Trump campaign probe, but case plagued by ‘serious failures,’ inspector general finds

The Daily 202's Big Idea

04:16 min | 3 years ago

FBI was justified in opening Trump campaign probe, but case plagued by ‘serious failures,’ inspector general finds

"A Justice Department inspector general's report examining examining the FBI investigation of Trump's twenty sixteen campaign rebutted conservative accusations that top FBI officials were driven by political bias to legally spy on trump advisors but it also found broad and serious performance failures requiring major changes. The four hundred thirty four page report issued Monday by Justice Department. Inspector General Michael. Horowitz concluded that the F. B. I. had an authorized purpose when it initiated its investigation known as crossfire hurricane in doing so horowitz implicitly rejected assertions by the President and fellow Republicans that the case was launched instead of political animus or that the F. B. I.. Broke its own rules on using informants as the probe went on and the FBI sought court approval to survey a former campaign aide. The report reveals that officials repeatedly emphasized damaging information that they learned about trump associates but played down exculpatory evidence that they also also found. FBI Director. Chris Wray announced he will implement dozens of corrective measures in response to Horwitz's report. Andy said that disciplinary action remains means a possibility for bureau employees conservatives and liberals alike claimed victory after the report's release with Republicans asserting that exposed serious wrongdoing. We'll Democrats said it validated. The Russia investigation. The report which was based on more than one million documents and more than one hundred seventy interviews is the most exhaustive assessment to date eight of the investigation that has roiled trump's presidency but in the minutes after the document was released it became clear that the report would not be the last word in a statement attorney. General Bill Bar disagreed with one of the Inspector General's central conclusions saying the FBI launched an investigation of a presidential campaign quote on the thinnest of suspicions that were in my view insufficient to justify the steps taken so too did Connecticut. US Attorney John. Durham whom whom bar handpicked to conduct a separate investigation similar. To what Horowitz is doing. Durham put out a highly unusual statement for someone conducting an ongoing Criminal Investigation Gatien. That said he's gathered information from sources in and outside of the US. That Horowitz didn't have Durham said he advised the Inspector General that he does not agree. With the report's key conclusion related to predication which is whether the F. B. I.. Had enough information to open the case. Now what evidence Durham has to rebut. horwitz remains unclear. Some involved in the Russia case say they're mystified by the statement. Horowitz was particularly critical of applications the FBI made to the foreign intelligence surveillance court to monitor former trump campaign advisor. Carter page asserting that those applications contained quote significant inaccuracies in omissions and that agents failed to meet the basic obligation to ensure the applications were scrupulously accurate. The inspector general found that so many basic and fundamental errors were made by three separate handpicked teams on one of the most sensitive F. B. I.. Investigations there was briefed to the highest levels within the FBI. He concluded that there was a failure of not not only the operational team but also of the managers and supervisors including senior officials in the chain of command. Among those failures was the growing body of information mation the FBI had gathered suggesting that former British spy. Chris Steele whose reports the so-called dossier were key element justifying the surveillance of page was not not as reliable as source as officials had described the court when seeking the face of warrants. The report lays out in detail. How as the F. B. I.? Obtained additional information raising significant questions about the reliability of the steel reporting. The bureau failed to reassess. The original information didn't alert higher ups to the Justice Department and didn't notify. The judges is that had signed off on the FISA warrants as a result of those findings Horwitz has launched a broader audit of Fisa work to study how systemic those problems may be for Pfizer applications in counterintelligence and counterterrorism cases. Horwitz did not however conclude that the bureau's applications to monitor worked page should have been rejected.

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DOJ to release report on whether FBI illegally monitored Trump campaign

The KFBK Morning News

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

DOJ to release report on whether FBI illegally monitored Trump campaign

"Inspector general Michael Horowitz is office will release a long awaited report today on whether the FBI conducted illegal surveillance of a former trump campaign aide KP case Mike Bauer report the long awaited IG report will cover what president trump and his allies contend with the F. B. I. improperly spying on trump's campaign reports from folks familiar with a draft of the report say that Horowitz is expected to offer sharp criticism of the F. B. I. but may also concluded the bureau was justified in launching its to your inquiry and the trump campaigns possible ties to Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K. F.

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The upcoming report from an inspector general on the origins of the Russia probe will reportedly include mixed findings about surveillance the key findings in the IG report is said to deal with significant blow to claims president trump his allies have often made that the F. B. I. the department of justice spied on trump's twenty sixteen campaign or somehow acted improperly when they started investigating people with ties to it boxes Ellison barber in Washington the IG report is not expected to be released until December ninth but citing people familiar with the draft report the New York times says the inspector general Michael Horowitz has quote found no evidence that the F. B. I. attempted to place undercover agents or informants inside Donald trump's campaign in twenty sixteen as agent investigated whether his associates conspired with Russia's election interference the inspector general reportedly calls the FBI careless and unprofessional but not politically motivated in its pursuit of a wire tap on campaign adviser Carter page the justice department wins a temporary stay of a court ruling compelling former White House counsel John began to testify before a house committee probing obstruction allegations related to the Russia probe a federal appeals court granting the stay sitting hearing for January third the white house's argued absolute immunity shield top aides from testifying president trump offering thanksgiving wishes to the troops holding video conferences from Florida with service members deployed overseas troops are deployed in one hundred and fifty countries around the world some have already enjoyed Turkey on thanksgiving dinner at their bases the president has vowed to bring many of those troops home there are still twelve thousand US troops deployed to Afghanistan five thousand in Iraq and fewer than five hundred in neighboring Syria fighting against ISIS Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon since may fourteen thousand troops have been added.

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Watchdog report on Russia probe nears public release

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Watchdog report on Russia probe nears public release

"Look for the Russia probe to make its way back into the news cycle a piece of my cross here reports a watchdog looking at what kicked off the investigation is nearing public release the justice department's inspector general is nearing release of a report on the early stages of the F. B. I.'s Russia investigation multiple people familiar with the process who insisted on anonymity tell the Associated Press witnesses and their attorneys who were interviewed have been invited to review portions of a draft this week and next that is a key prelude to public disclosure in a letter last month inspector general Michael Horowitz told Congress he did not expect a lengthy review period and he intended to make public as much of the report as possible Mike Crossey a Washington

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"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:04 min | 3 years ago

"inspector general michael horowitz" Discussed on AP News

"The justice department's inspector general is nearing release of a report on the early stages of the F. B. I.'s Russia investigation multiple people familiar with the process who insisted on anonymity tell the Associated Press witnesses and their attorneys who were interviewed have been invited to review portions of a draft this week and next that is a key prelude to public disclosure in a letter last month inspector general Michael Horowitz told Congress he did not expect a lengthy review period and he intended to make public as much of the report as possible Mike Crossey a Washington

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Watchdog report on Russia probe nears public release

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Watchdog report on Russia probe nears public release

"The justice department's inspector general is nearing release of a report on the early stages of the F. B. I.'s Russia investigation multiple people familiar with the process who insisted on anonymity tell the Associated Press witnesses and their attorneys who were interviewed have been invited to review portions of a draft this week and next that is a key prelude to public disclosure in a letter last month inspector general Michael Horowitz told Congress he did not expect a lengthy review period and he intended to make public as much of the report as possible Mike Crossey a Washington

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Republicans hammer FBI over handling of Clinton email probe

WDRC

00:42 sec | 4 years ago

Republicans hammer FBI over handling of Clinton email probe

"Boards getting legislation passed this week florida republican carlos cra bella was a sponsor democrats say legislation is not needed for the president to reverse a zero tolerance policy blamed for family separation while jared helper the bill would face an uncertain future with the senate because it would need some democratic votes to end a filibuster president was heckled by democrats on the hill tuesday night and homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen was chased from a mexican restaurant near the white house by angry protesters secretary nielsen has defended the temporary separation of children from adults crossing the southern border illegally in the house tuesday more tough questions will the justice department's inspector general above the fbi's handling of the clinton email probe congressman trey goudy chairs the house oversight and government reform committee it is not the public's job to prove the bias shown by the fbi did not influence decision making it is the fbi's job to prove to the public that this manifest bias was not outcome determinative and bias and fairness cannot coexist inspector general michael horowitz told the committee he failed the implication that senior fbi employees would take official actions to impact the elections process to.

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 Conservative Iván Duque sweeps to victory in Colombia

Morning Edition

01:33 min | 4 years ago

Conservative Iván Duque sweeps to victory in Colombia

"Unlikely to support a bill that fails to protect docker recipients or in the administration's policy of separating undocumented migrant children from their parents over the weekend several democratic lawmakers traveled to the texas mexico border too to detention centers including one that can house nearly fifteen hundred children shannon van sant npr news washington homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen is issued tweet over the weekend that says the trump administration does not have a policy of separating families at the border but her statement is contradicted by her agency a d h s spokesman had said that nearly two thousand miners were separated from their parents at the border between mid april and the end of may former first lady laura bush has written in the washington post criticizing the trump administration policy is quote immoral the justice department's inspector general michael horowitz and fbi director christopher ray will be questioned by the senate judiciary committee about the i jeez report released last week npr's miles parks has more the five hundred page report is a look at the justice department investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private e mail server it will provide plenty of fodder for senators on both sides of the aisle monday's hearing even though the report was not about russian interference president trump says a quote totally exonerates him when it comes to the question of whether his campaign coordinator with russia leading up to the presidential election democrats on the other hand point to findings in the report that no decisions by just department prosecutors were affected by bias that directly contradicts trump's claim that justice department investigators were conspiring to help clinton win miles parks npr news washington voters in colombia have elected a new president even duquet a conservative former lawmaker easily defeated gustavo petro a former leftist guerrilla john otis has more from bogota according to official results duquet garnered fifty four percent of the vote compared to forty one percent for petro do gay forty one is political newcomer duquet has pledged to jump start the economy through tax cuts he also plans to rewrite key parts of a twenty sixteen peace agreement that ended columbia's halfcenturyold guerrilla war john otis reporting officials in japan say at least three people were killed in an earthquake today that shook the city of osaka more than three hundred people were heard the tremors magnitude was six point one it toppled walls and triggered fires you're listening to npr news the national weather service says it's going.

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Second sheriff's deputy dies following shooting in Kansas

Popular Tech Radio

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

Second sheriff's deputy dies following shooting in Kansas

"Chris demeo authorities in kansas city kansas looking into how an inmate being transported managed to get free and shoot two deputies killing both why not county sheriff's major kelly bailiffs from what i observed and what i believe the investigation was show as they follow proper procedure so we always evaluate procedures that we did confirm that they did follow proper procedure the also shot and is in stable condition justice department inspector general michael horowitz to testify before congress next week the report was highly critical of numerous fbi officials including peter struck and lisa page who texted each other that they would not allow candidate trump to become president despite those revelations the report did not find any evidence that those biases influence decisions or actions the bureau took in the case fox's garrett penny fox news.

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Hilary Clinton, Fox and Gop discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Hilary Clinton, Fox and Gop discussed on Glenn Beck

"Call me gets the blame pruitt under fire i'm elliot francis borough fbi director james comey is defending his oversight of the hilary clinton email investigation move comes after the justice department's inspector general released a report thursday blaming komi was poor judgment in the matter let's go snyder reports nearly five hundred page report inspector general michael horowitz writes in the decisions made by komi while we did not find that these decisions were the result of political bias on commies part we nevertheless concluded that by departing so clearly and dramatically from fbi and department norms decisions negatively impacted the perception of the fbi and the department as fair administrators of justice embattled eps chief scott pruitt as being met with protests deep in the heartland as corn farmers and ethanol producers complained his support for oil and gas is hurting their industries midwest corn farmers many thought to be supporters of president trump or showing their unhappiness in rallies on billboards and at meetings as poor tours farm states this week in new york state attorney general is suing president trump has charitable foundation and three of his adult children alleging they broke state run federal laws athena jones reports petition alleges the foundation raised more than two point eight million dollars quote to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election at the direction and under the control of senior leadership of the trump presidential campaign that money was raised at a january twentieth sixteen fundraiser trump held in iowa instead of joining his other gop contenders on the fox news.

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