1. The Trudeau People-kind thing may not be exactly what it appeared. Whenever you see a clip that is abruptly edited, its reasonable to expect a bit of a context fraud. Even so, it was the sort of thing Trudeau does say and think a lot, even if this was a kind of stoner version of a joke.
Justin Trudeau is what would happen if the song “Imagine” took human form and then ate a Tide Pod.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) February 6, 2018
3. Malca offers these links to recent FBI file releases. I know nothing about them but for those with the time and energy to sift through them, here they are. Should anyone find anything of general interest to our issues, please do post the specific item in the comments under this post.
I tracked down this from the links on that archived page, and it is a kids page, which has since been moved or deleted: http://web.archive.org/web/20170701104646/https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/fun-games
4. And while on government documents that show how the Democrat Party is, well not really so much about the interests of the American People:
5. This is fun. Search this document for “Soros” and Clinton!
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the filmmaker whose YouTube movie was initially blamed for the Benghazi attack, told The Daily Caller he has little to say about the Benghazi Select Committee hearings where Hillary Clinton testified almost two weeks ago.
“The movie had nothing to do with the people getting killed — right? I’m out,” he declared, implying he had nothing else to say about the matter since he was released from prison.
Following the September 11, 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, along with the rest of the administration, blamed a video clip from an online YouTube film titled “The Innocence of Muslims,” for inciting the attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi.
Nakoula — who was taken into custody days after the attack and later arrested and convicted of fraud — produced the film, which mocked the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He was sentenced to a year in federal prison and four years of supervised release.
Horowitz, the Department of Justice (DOJ) inspector general, is an increasingly critical player in the controversy surrounding the FBI, President Trump and the Russia investigation.
With little fanfare, he has been conducting a sprawling probe of the FBI’s handling of the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. His full report, which could set off shockwaves, is expected by the early spring.
A political appointee in both the Bush and Obama administrations, Horowitz’s yearlong investigation already reportedly contributed to the early resignation of Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. And his work has been felt in other ways.
Horowitz also uncovered a series of text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that led special counsel Robert Mueller to remove Strzok from his team. Those texts have fueled accusations among GOP lawmakers that Mueller’s probe is tainted by partisanship.
9. UK to create massive “ministry of truth”
Thank you Malca, Xanthippa, M., Richard, Wrath of Khan, EB., Malca, and many more, and some new people as well.