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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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Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Says Oval Office Address Not Enough To Stop Antifa

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White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany recently signaled that the chances of hearing President Trump address the country in the wake of the riots exploding around the country due to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer are slim, stating that an address from the Oval Office won’t do anything to dissuade Antifa from stirring up trouble. McEnany has been asked this question about the president addressing the situation numerous times already, and her answer has consistently been that he has spoken on the issue many times. Check out the details from The Washington Examiner: “He has addressed the absolutely horrific video of George Floyd. He’s routinely addressed … the issue of law and order in our streets. He’s issued several statements. … A national Oval Office address is not going to stop antifa. What’s going to stop antifa is action, and this president has committed to acting on this,” McEnany said Monday on Fox & Friends. McEnany tweeted Sunday that the media “FASLELY” reported that Trump has been “‘silent'” on Floyd’s death. She shared a quote in which the president called the killing a “tragedy.” President Trump has pointed the finger at radical left-wing group Antifa for a lot of the violence that has broken out across the country, stating that the US was soon to designate the group a terrorist organization. In all honesty, that is a move that is long, long overdue. Antifa has been responsible for a lot of politically motivated violence over the last few years and it is time for them to pay the piper. Five thousand National Guard troops have now been activated and deployed to some of the cities being hit hard by the civil unrest to help quiet things down a bit. McEnany did say the…

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George Floyd’s Brother Has Message For Protesters: ‘Don’t Tear Up Your Town’

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The younger brother of George Floyd, the black man killed by a police officer, an incident which has ignited violent protests, rioting, and looting across the country, has a message for those engaging in these kind of activities, and it’s probably not what these individuals would expect. Terrence Floyd stated that he’s angry and upset about the loss of his brother, noting he’d like to “bust some heads too,” but said he and his family don’t want others out rioting and looting, encouraging folks not to “tear up your town.” Here’s more from Washington Examiner: “Don’t tear up your town. All of this is not necessary because if his own family and blood is not doing it, then why are you?” Floyd told ABC News on Sunday. “If his own family and blood are trying to deal with it and be positive about it and go another route to seek justice, then why are you out here tearing up your community? Because when you’re finished and turn around and want to go buy something, you done tore it up. So now, you messed up your own living arrangements. So just relax. Justice will be served.” Floyd told the news outlet, “I wanna … just go crazy. But I’m here. My brother wasn’t about that. My brother was about peace. You’ll hear a lot of people say he was a gentle giant.” Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been fired from his post after the incident and now faces charges of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter after holding his knee to the throat of Floyd as the man pleaded with him saying, “I can’t breathe.” There were three other officers present at the scene of the incident when Floyd died, all were fired, but at this time, they have not been…

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