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Valerie Jarrett On Fake Dossier And Russia Probe: It ‘was four years ago’ Let’s Move On

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A former top senior advisor and loyalist to President Barack Obama told Fox News Business host Maria Bartiromo Tuesday that the FBI’s false investigation into President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and that it conspired with Russia is old news and “why our focus isn’t what’s happening right now.”

This stunning statement came from Obama’s most loyal advisor Valerie Jarrett, who also stated that the investigators in the Trump Russia investigation behaved appropriately, despite a plethora of evidence suggesting otherwise.

Baritromo asked Jarrett, if former FBI Director James Comey knew that former British spy Christopher Steele’s dossier was garbage but he continued to renew warrants to spy on Carter Page, a member of the 2016 Trump campaign, shouldn’t he be prosecuted.

According to several government officials who spoke to SaraACarter.comm Comey is a central figure being investigated by the Justice Department’s criminal probe being headed by Connecticut prosecutor John Durham, who was appointed by Attorney General William Barr.

“Well, Maria look I have highly great confidence that our intelligence community, investigators comported themselves responsibly,” Jarrett said.

This “was nearly four years ago and I don’t understand why our focus isn’t on what’s happening right now,” Jarrett added.

Durham’s secret investigation is ongoing and is now a full scale criminal probe into the actions of Obama administration and FBI officials involved.

Jarrett’s comments are infuriating as she, along with so many others in the Obama administration, act as though there is a two tiered justice system.

The probe into Trump and his administration has torn the nation apart and put the nation’s security at risk. Yet, it appears that those involved in the illegal investigation operate with impunity and unless Durham brings indictments and exposes the full scale of what happened to the Trump administration it could happen again.

The malfeasance was widespread in the FBI and now evidence suggested that the most senior members of Obama’s administration were aware that there was no evidence to suggest members of the Trump campaign conspired with Russia. However, it didn’t stop the FBI agents – who were opposed to Trump’s presidency- from continuing their illegal investigation into the President and his team.

Those officials weaponized the intelligence and federal law enforcement apparatus for political purposes. It should never be allowed to happen again.

The investigation was illegal. Just look at the evidence discovered by investigators and DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz with regard to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Application warrant submitted to the secret court by the FBI.

FBI special agent Kevin Clinesmith, along with others, omitted exculpatory information and inserted flat out lies in the Carter Page application, who was a short term volunteer.

The same apparent bureau corruption existed in the FBI’s investigation into former Trump national security advisor Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn. Flynn was strong armed into pleading guilty and has since dropped his plea. The DOJ is also asking for his case to be thrown out of court.

After nearly three years, it was discovered that there was absolutely no derogatory information on Flynn, or those he communicated with, or that he was conspiring with Russia. In fact, Flynn continued throughout to hold the highest level of security clearance and should have never been investigated.

It took roughly four years of investigations by Congress, the Department of Justice, the DOJ’s Inspector General and journalists to unearth mountains of evidence showing Obama’s senior FBI, State Department and Justice officials were complicit in what appeared to be an attempt to hijack the election and then remove President Trump from office.

Those investigating the FBI’s malfeasance have stated that senior members of the Obama administration should be investigated as well and it is uncertain if Durham will issue a report or indict people connected to the Trump probe before the November presidential election.

Jarrett may want us to forget what happened four years ago but that will never be the case.

Why? Because for the past four years our nation has been reeling from the corruption initiated by the Obama administration and those who were aware of it need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

We can’t forget what happened. Our nation’s fundamental principals are at stake. If people aren’t held accountable our nation will fundamentally change forever and the corrupted bureaucrats will win.

Sorry Jarrett, we cannot afford a two-tiered justice system.

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Military was prepared to deploy to Gaza to rescue U.S. hostages

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The Washington Post released an in-depth report on the intelligence support the United States has provided Israel during its war with Hamas. The assistance has not only helped to find and rescue hostages, but the Post writes it has “also raised concerns about the use of sensitive information.”

The United States provided some of the intelligence used to locate and eventually rescue four Israeli hostages last week, The Post has reported. The information, which included overhead imagery, appears to have been secondary to what Israel collected on its own ahead of the operation, which resulted in the deaths of more than 270 Palestinians, according to Gaza health officials, making it one of the deadliest single events in the eight-month-old war.

Sullivan, the White House national security adviser, stressed that U.S. forces did not participate in the mission to rescue the four hostages. “There were no U.S. forces, no U.S. boots on the ground involved in this operation. We did not participate militarily in this operation,” Sullivan told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday. He noted that “we have generally provided support to the [Israel Defense Forces] so that we can try to get all of the hostages home, including the American hostages who are still being held.”

One critical piece of information from The Post involves a “canceled” U.S. mission to rescue eight Americans:

In October, JSOC forces in the region were prepared to deploy in Gaza to rescue U.S. citizens that Hamas was holding, said current and former U.S. officials familiar with planning for what would have been an exceptionally dangerous mission.

“If we managed to unilaterally get information that we could act on, and we thought we could actually get U.S. people out alive, we could act, but there was genuinely very little information specifically about U.S. hostages,” one official said.

However, the intelligence-sharing relationship between the United States and Israel is not without scrutiny and concern. The Post reports:

In interviews, Israeli officials said they were grateful for the U.S. assistance, which in some cases has given the Israelis unique capabilities they lacked before Hamas’s surprise cross-border attacks. But they also were defensive about their own spying prowess, insisting that the United States was, for the most part, not giving them anything they couldn’t obtain themselves. That position can be hard to square with the obvious failures of the Israeli intelligence apparatus to detect and respond to the warning signs of Hamas’s planning.

The U.S.-Israel partnership is, at times, tense. Some U.S. officials have been frustrated by Israel’s demand for more intelligence, which they said is insatiable and occasionally relies on flawed assumptions that the United States might be holding back some information.

In a briefing with reporters at the White House last month, national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Washington “has provided an intense range of assets and capabilities and expertise.” Responding to a May 11 Washington Post report, Sullivan said that the intelligence is “not tied or conditioned on anything else. It is not limited. We are not holding anything back. We are providing every asset, every tool, every capability,” Sullivan said.

Other officials, including lawmakers on Capitol Hill, worry that intelligence the United States provides could be making its way into the repositories of data that Israeli military forces use to conduct airstrikes or other military operations, and that Washington has no effective means of monitoring how Israel uses the U.S. information.

The Biden administration has forbidden Israel from using any U.S.-supplied intelligence to target regular Hamas fighters in military operations. The intelligence is only to be used for locating the hostages, eight of whom have U.S. citizenship, as well as the top leadership of Hamas — including Yehiya Sinwar, the alleged architect of the Oct. 7 attacks, and Mohammed Deif, the commander of Hamas’s military wing. The State Department in 2015 designated both men as terrorists. Three of the eight U.S. hostages have been confirmed dead, and their bodies are still being held in Gaza, according to Israeli officials.

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