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SOURCE: FBI Director Christopher Wray Wrote A Memo on the Nunes Memo to Dana Boente

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After viewing this week the Nunes memo, that the GOP insists should be released, Christopher Wray told the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence that it was full of complete inaccuracies. Worried that he may be blamed for the release and being part of a conspiracy that GOP senators were attempting to discredit the FBI, he quicky jot down, not unlike James Comey, a memo about the conversation.

According to my source, he immediately emailed the notes of the conversation to someone in the General Counsel office to be recorded, as it involved a legal decision to be considered by the FBI and the DOJ.

That is believed to have been perhaps Dana Boente, who is the new General Counsel of the FBI and also, the Attorney General for 11 days, and acting deputy attorney general for a few months — and rumored to have been the US Attorney who was involved in the authorization of some of the warrants in the first place.

That means that despite whatever Trump is trying to do, the DOJ and FBI is keeping everyone in the loop who was involved in the original investigation into Trump and Russians.

Even with Boente only starting Monday, he has been acting in the position since December, acting as the De Facto legal expert for the FBI.

This is also curious because James A. Baker, the guy who he replaced, is one of the top experts in FISA law. In fact, he is the guy who went before all the committees to constantly defend FISA, and is the guy who created almost every single rule on FISA, and was once referred to as Mr. FISA. On top of this, it is rumored that James Baker is in fact, the person behind the Mother Jones story that broke the story on the Dossier.

Even if the Dana Boente email isn’t true, the fact it’s Boente who is going to be the key person in the legal decisions about the FBI and the Trump-Russia investigation is beyond interesting.

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NRA’s Chris Loesch Tried to Get Me Fired from My Job

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You can’t make this up: Chris Loesch of the NRA called up the US Secret Service and tried to get me fired from my job, because I criticized the NRA and his wife for being hypocrites.

Seriously — he actually has been calling the Secret Service up over and over again looking to get me fired. I’m not sure why, as a private citizen that like millions of other people that dislike the NRA, I am a target.

Here’s the problem: I haven’t worked as a consultant for the Secret Service in 20 years, and no longer have anything to do with them whatsoever. Calling them up is only going to annoy them, because I’m neither an employee or contractor.

Still, it raises questions why Chris Loesch would target me of all the people out there to get “fired” from his job? I can only assume its because I’m a visible progressive Jew and he’s such a snowflake that he needs to threaten people with exposure to get his way.

However, this is what the NRA does: they threaten people with violence and exposure to hurt them on a day to day basis. That’s when they aren’t molesting their own kids.

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Facebook Bans Alex Jones After Threatening Women and Immigrants

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Facebook and Apple have removed content belonging to controversial radio host Alex Jones.

Jones’ pages were removed from Facebook for “repeatedly posting content over the past several days that breaks” community standards, including urging his followers to harass and illegally threaten minor victims of violent shootings,

“All four pages have been unpublished for repeated violations of Community Standards and accumulating too many strikes,” a Facebook post said. The four pages were Alex Jones Channel Page, the Alex Jones Page, the InfoWars Page and InfoWars Nightly News page. Jones himself was placed on a 30-day block for his role in posting the content.

Facebook said the violations included posts that glorified violence and others that used dehumanizing language to describe people who are transgender, Muslims and immigrants. Jones is able to appeal the ban but if he doesn’t or those efforts fail, the pages will be removed permanently.

The pages have more than 2.5 million followers.

The Facebook ban comes after Apple, YouTube and Spotify removed Jones’ podcast and videos from their platforms. Apple’s decision removed five of Jones’ six podcasts, including “The Alex Jones Show.”

Jones is known for promoting a host of conspiracy theories, most noticeably one that claims the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School was fake and those involved were actors. Families in the massacre that claimed the lives of 20 young children have filed defamation lawsuits against Jones.

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ICE Barricades Entrances to Prevent Protestors from Entering Government Building

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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers barricaded an employee and visitor entrance Wednesday to prevent activists from performing an “occupation” of the agency’s D.C. headquarters.

Several dozen activists had intended to enter the building to protest Trump administration deportation and border detention policies, but arrived to find temporary fencing and a line of officers blocking their way.

Amid heavy rain, activists chanted slogans anyhow, including “quit your jobs!” at Department of Homeland Security guards and ICE employees who peered from windows.

The protest was organized by Movimiento Cosecha and was advertised in a press release as a demonstration by “undocumented activists and allies,” as similar protests occur in other cities.

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