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Former Member Of Mueller Team Says Flynn Prosecution Had ‘Get Trump’ Attitude

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One thing that’s become abundantly clear over this past year is that the Deep State is not a conspiracy theory, but an actual group of individuals inside the government working to undermine President Trump and his agenda for America at every possible turn.

FBI official William Barnett, who was assigned to lead the bureau’s original investigation into former national security adviser General Michael Flynn, has come out and stated that Robert Mueller’s team had a “get Trump” attitude and made it clear he had no desire to pursue the whole Russia collusion investigation because he said it was “not there” and a “dead end.”

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FBI agent William J. Barnett made the comments during an interview on Sept. 17 at the Justice Department, before Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri Jeffrey Jensen, who was tapped by Attorney General Bill Barr to review the case against Flynn. Jensen has joined U.S. Attorney John Durham’s team in his review of the origins of the Trump-Russia probe. Those comments have surfaced in new government documents.

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Barnett, during his interview, detailed his work at the FBI, and his assignment to the bureau’s original cases against Flynn and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Barnett said the Flynn investigation was assigned the code name “Crossfire Razor,” which was part of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation — the bureau’s code name for the original Trump-Russia probe.

Barnett told investigators that he thought the FBI’s Trump-Russia probe was “opaque” and “with little detail concerning specific evidence of criminal events.”

“Barnett thought the case theory was ‘supposition on supposition,’” the 302 stated, and added that the “predication” of the Flynn investigation was “not great,” and that it “was not clear” what the “persons opening the case wanted to ‘look for or at.’”

After six weeks of the investigation passed, Barnett stated that he was “still unsure of the basis of the investigation concerning Russia and the Trump campaign working together, without a specific criminal allegation.”

Soon after, Barnett started asking agents what exactly the “end game” with the investigation into Michael Flynn really was and then suggested they interview Flynn “and the case be closed unless derogatory information was obtained.”

However, Barnett states that he was “cautioned against” interviewing Flynn, because of concerns that it would “alert Flynn as to the investigation.”

Barnett didn’t agree with this, thinking that Flynn’s position as a national security adviser provided a great opportunity “for the FBI to conduct the interview without alerting any suspicion and Flynn would see such an interview as being standard procedure.”

The request for an interview was denied from “up the chain.”

“Barnett still did not see any evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government,” the 302 document says. “Barnett was willing to follow any instructions being given by the deputy director as long as it was not a violation of the law.”

According to the 302, Barnett spoke to Strzok and shared that he “did not wish to pursue the collusion investigation as it was ‘not there,'” Ultimately, though, Barnett decided to work with Mueller’s team, “hoping his perspective would keep them from ‘group think.’”

Barnett went on to add he thought the appointment of Mueller in May 2017 “changed everything,” and described the whole situation pertaining to the special counsel’s office as “‘upside down’ with lawyers creating search warrants and getting agents to simply act as affiants,” the 302 says.

“Barnett thought there was a ‘get Trump’ attitude by some at the SCO,” the 302 stated.

One example Barnett shared was comments made by the president, saying investigators “needed to ‘get to the bottom’ of a matter. One of the SCO attorneys said Trump wanted to ‘cover it up.’”

Barnett “corrected it saying, ‘no, he said get to the bottom of it.’”

President Trump has clearly been a target for individuals within the government since the very beginning. It’s time these folks be dragged out into the light and held accountable for their actions.

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Filmmaker Michael Moore Says Biden’s Lead In The Polls ‘Is Not An Accurate Count’

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It’s no secret that radical leftist filmmaker Michael Moore wants nothing more than to see President Donald Trump ousted from the White House by losing the election on November 3rd. However, despite the fact he hates Trump with every fiber of his being, he’s also not blind to the real possibility that current polls that have Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden coming out on top next week could be very, very wrong. via Daily Wire: Speaking on The Hill TV’s “Rising,” Moore lamented the ease with which President Trump was able to cut Biden’s lead in half in the state of Michigan after he previously led the president by 16 points in the state. Moore warned Democrats that they should not believe the polls putting Biden so far ahead. “Trump has tightened virtually every one of these swing states to the point where—what are they saying this morning? … ‘Biden’s five points ahead in Wisconsin… maybe three [to five] points ahead in Florida, two points ahead in Arizona.’ Listen, don’t believe these polls, first of all,” Moore said. “And second of all, the Trump vote is always being undercounted. Pollsters, when they actually call a real Trump voter, the Trump voter is very suspicious of the Deep State calling them and asking them who they’re voting for.” “So it is not an accurate count. I think the safe thing to do—this is not scientific, I’m just saying from my experience of being a Michigander—whatever they’re saying the Biden lead is, cut it in half, right now, in your head. Cut it in half, and now you’re within the four-point margin of error. That’s how close this is! That’s how desperately close this is!” he stressed. Moore has been constantly warning Democrats not to grow in their complacency by actually believing that…

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CNN Host Don Lemon Says Trump Supporters Have To ‘Hit Rock Bottom’ To Get Help; Compares Them To Addicts

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CNN host Don Lemon has made it clear over the last four years that he’s not at all a fan of President Donald Trump, nor does he have much love for his supporters. However, his latest rant about the president’s supporters is taking things to a whole new level of deplorable. During his program on Thursday, Lemon compared Trump’s supporters to drug addicts. Lemon’s colleague, Chris Cuomo, joined him on his program where the two attacked the president for continuing to hold political rallies during the coronavirus pandemic, going on to suggest that Trump supporters are beyond help. What kind of help do they need, Don? Please share with the class. via Fox News: “You know what the sad thing is? And I’ll be honest with you … I’ve had many people who I love in my life- and yeah I come from a red state, I’ve lived in several red states, there are a lot of friends who I’ve had to really get rid of because they are so nonsensical when it comes to this issue,” Lemon said. “They have every single talking point that they hear on state TV and that they hear from this president, they repeat it and they’re blinded by it.” “I had to get rid of them because they’re too far gone. I try and I try and I try, they say something really stupid and then I’ll show them the science and I’ll give them the information, and they still repeat those talking points,” Lemon told Cuomo. “I had to get rid of a lot of people in my life because sometimes you’ve just got to let them go. I think they have to hit rock bottom like an addict, right? And they have to want to get help, they have to want…

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