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More Secret Court Filings Emerge in Mueller’s Mystery Case

This super secretive case keeps rolling on, with no one willing to claim that they are a part of it.

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With Robert Mueller preferring to work in the dark as often as possible, there has been seemingly little forward movement in the cased of alleged Russian “collusion” during the 2016 election.

So far, Mueller has treated us to a variety of charges against men such as Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort, yet little to no evidence of Russian collusion has emerged.  The President himself has repeatedly denied the charges, predictably, and has tweeted “NO COLLUSION” more than a handful of times as well.

One of the cases that make up the Mueller tapestry is garnering a little extra attention this week, however, due to its extremely guarded nature.

The federal government filed a sealed response Friday to an unnamed foreign company’s fight to get the Supreme Court to weigh in on a mysterious grand jury subpoena rumored to be connected to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

The filing’s contents are hidden from public view and it does not mention Mueller’s office, but was filed before a Dec. 31 deadline set by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.

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Details of the clash between the company and prosecutors remained unclear, but Politicoreported it may involve Mueller’s team due to its secrecy.

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The mystery deepened when lawyers for the President made a statement on the case.

Mueller’s team has not publicly commented on the dispute, while lawyers for President Trump said the case does not involve the president.

“We’re not involved in it — we’re not aware of the nature or scope of the litigation,” Jay Sekulow, one of the president’s lawyers, told the New York Times.

Just days ago, the case in question forced the closure of an entire floor of a DC federal courthouse, piquing the interest of the mainstream media.

 

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While Dems Focus On Impeachment, Trump Flips Another Circuit Court to Conservative Majority

This is what matters. Trump continues to reshape the judiciary.

John Salvatore

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When it’s all said and done and the public hearings are over, the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives will most likely vote in favor of impeaching President Trump. They won’t have any proof he did anything wrong. But that’s not the point. As noted by freshman know-nothing AOC, impeachment is about preventing Trump from winning election next year. The thing is, the Senate is controlled by Republicans. Meaning, there will be a trial and yada yada before POTUS is eventually cleared. What you’re seeing today is just the start of a long process that will go nowhere, eventually leading to a Trump victory in November 2020. Until then, 45 still has to do the work of the people. While the left does everything possible to remove him from office, Trump is continuing to reshape the federal judiciary. From Washington Examiner: With the confirmation of White House attorney Steven Menashi to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, another federal appeals court has a majority of Republican-appointed judges. Menashi, whose nomination was vehemently opposed by Democrats and civil rights groups, was confirmed by the Senate, 51-41. Republican Maine Sen. Susan Collins joined Democrats in opposing the 40-year-old’s nomination. The 2nd Circuit now has seven judges tapped by Republican presidents and six named by Democrats. CONTINUED: The 2nd Circuit is the second federal appeals court Trump has remade to have a majority of judges appointed by GOP presidents. In March, the president flipped the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals with the confirmation of Paul Matey. Trump is also close to shifting the balance of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to majority Republican-appointed judges, with the Senate expected to vote on the nominations of Robert Luck and Barbara Lagoa in the coming days. He has also brought the 9th U.S. Circuit…

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MSNBC Host Suggests Republicans ‘Responsible’ for Deaths of Recent School Shooting

They just keep saying the silliest things…

John Salvatore

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A recent school shooting in Santa Clarita, California left two teenage girls dead. The 16-year-old shooter, Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow, then turned the gun on himself. On Friday night, Berhow died from his injury. This quote from MSNBC’s Katy Tur is rich considering Democrats literally support killing babies, but what can you do? To suggest that Republicans are guilty of school shootings and killing kids holds no water whatsoever and liberals know it. They just don’t care. Nothing about what Democrats stand for makes sense, though. Even worse is that while Tur is speaking about the Santa Clarita incident, she fails to mention that Berhow used a handgun and that 16-year-olds can’t legally own guns. Funny how Tur doesn’t bring up that point. What law would’ve prevented the shooting, Katy? Check this out, via Daily Wire: MSNBC news anchor Katy Tur pressed a guest during her show on Thursday about whether Republican lawmakers should be held responsible for gun deaths amid news of a school shooting that was happening at the time in Santa Clarita, California. “You were just speaking about senators not showing the courage to put their seats at risk to pass common-sense gun reform, background checks, etc.,” Tur asked Ret. Special Agent Jim Cavanaugh with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. “Would you go so far as to hold them responsible for the deaths that are continuing, the lives that are continuing to be lost with gun violence?” Cavanaugh responded, “I clearly do. All leaders have a responsibility to act responsibly to help the citizens and it is not responsible to block a debate or to block a vote and that is what’s happening. That is totally irresponsible, that’s not leadership, it shows no leadership integrity, it is done to protect their seats. They don’t want…

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