Carter Page was a CIA asset, not a Russian spy, and the FBI knew it early on but plowed ahead with its fantasy anyway.
And if he somehow doesn’t prevail, he’ll be pardoned. So why all the legal maneuvering?
Some interesting things to note about the false statements to which former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith is pleading guilty today.
Clinesmith altered a key document that was germane to the FBI’s surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
It is commonplace for prosecutors to be aware of non-public information that is not disclosed in relevant court proceedings.
Congress abdicates its responsibilities, and the president is happy to step in.
D.C. Circuit judges seem disturbed by the degree to which Judge Sullivan has exhibited bias in Flynn’s case.
DC Circuit Rules McGahn Must Honor House Subpoena . . . but Not Necessarily Answer House’s Questions
They say bad facts make bad law. But here is a case of bad law making bad facts.