Confidential documents call the anarchists that seek to counter white supremacists “domestic terrorists.”
Previously unreported documents disclose that by April 2016, authorities believed that “anarchist extremists” were the primary instigators of violence at public rallies against a range of targets. They were blamed by authorities for attacks on the police, government and political institutions, along with symbols of “the capitalist system,” racism, social injustice and fascism, according to a confidential 2016 joint intelligence assessment by DHS and the FBI.
Source: FBI, Homeland Security warn of more ‘antifa’ attacks – POLITICO
The senior White House adviser under scrutiny by investigators is someone close to the president
Source: Russia probe reaches White House official close to Donald Trump
Following President Donald Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey, conservative media floated extreme right-wing personalities to lead the FBI. These possible FBI director replacements have a history of racist and anti-Muslim comments often made on Fox News, and their records demonstrate they can’t be trusted to lead the bureau impartially
Source: These Are The Candidates Right-Wing Media Are Floating To Head The FBI
Trump never complained that Comey was too hard on Hillary Clinton until he needed a reason to fire him.
Source: Donald Trump’s Story About Why He Fired FBI Director James Comey Is Already Falling Apart
James Comey has been fired, following his “correction” to his testimony last week.
Source: Trump Fires FBI Director Comey (Update 4) | Crooks and Liars
TeleSur | – – While anti-Muslims crimes shot up, Jews still remain the most frequent target of religious-based hate crimes …
Source: FBI Confirms Rampant Islamophobia: Hate Crimes Surged by 67% | Informed Comment
In yet another twist in the US presidential campaign, the new tranche of emails first referred to by the FBI’s James Comey reveal there are literally hundreds of hot singles in the New York area ready to meet Hillary Clinton.
The emails, which were leaked to media today, show that the singles contacted Mrs Clinton looking to connect with like-minded, fun-loving people up for a good time. While some messages claimed there were no strings attached, others did not explicitly state this, leading to further claims of potential corruption.
Disturbingly, there also seems to be a Russian link to the emails, with at least one referring specifically to unmarried Russian women ready to connect right now.
The emails, which were sent to an address on Mrs Clinton’s private email server, also include hundreds of messages seeming to offer significant financial support in return for small favours, such as a bank account number.
Donald Trump has pounced on the emails, saying it is further proof of corruption. Although he added he had many, many single woman contacting him all the time.
Hillary Clinton sparked an FBI backlash, which is now surfacing, when she stonewalled the Feds, who were trying to investigate her private server, Julian Assange said during the John Pilger Special, courtesy of Dartmouth Films, which is now available in full on RT.
Source: Assange: Clinton resisted FBI, and now they’re out for payback (JOHN PILGER EXCLUSIVE) — RT News
FBI director James Comey has said he “will have failed” if he doesn’t make the agency less white.
Source: Maybe The FBI’s Love For Trump Has Something To Do With How Extremely White And Male It Is
His carefully maintained nonpolitical image is now starting to fray.
Source: James Comey Just Unmasked Himself
FBI Director James B. Comey’s stunning announcement that he has directed investigators to begin reviewing new evidence in the Clinton email investigation was yet another troubling violation of long-standing Justice Department rules or precedent, conduct that raises serious questions about his judgment and ability to serve as the nation’s chief investigative official.
Source: Hillary Clinton email scandal: James Comey’s fitness to lead FBI questioned
Ana Kasparian, Brett Erlich, Kenny Hamilton, & Meredith Planko | (Young Turks Video) | – – “FBI director, James Comey, …
Source: FBI Director Schools Trump On American Muslims | Informed Comment
We know the Orlando shooter was employed by a company with sensitive Homeland Security contracts. He was also interviewed by the FBI twice, so we must ask if he was goaded on like many others, said Daniel McAdams, executive director of the Ron Paul Institute.
Source: ‘Majority of terrorist attacks in US initiated by FBI, not terrorists’ — RT Op-Edge
By Derrick Broze at theantimedia.org On Wednesday, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations said the agency has no evidence the married couple accused of killing 14 people in San Bernardino, California earlier this month had any connection to an active terror cell. This …
Source: Yet Again, the Media Got the Facts Wrong About the San Bernardino Attacks AnonHQ
We spend the hour with an explosive new film that shines a bright light on the FBI’s shadowy use of informants in its counter terrorism sting operations. These undercover operatives are meant to root out would-be terrorists before they attack. Since 9/11, they have been used to prosecute at least 158 people. But critics argue they often target the wrong people, “including those with intellectual and mental disabilities, and the indigent.” “(T)ERROR” goes inside the world of a particular informant who has played a key role in several major terrorism cases. It does so while he is in the middle of carrying out his latest sting operation. It came together when two independent filmmakers gained unprecedented access to follow Saeed Torres, whose undercover name is “Shariff,” a 63-year-old former black revolutionary turned FBI informant, as he monitors a white Muslim convert named Khalifah al-Akili. Torres knew one of the directors, Lyric Cabral, and after he came out to her as an informant, he agreed to share his story, without informing his superiors. As the film unfolds, al-Akili begins to post on his Facebook page that he suspects the FBI is targeting him. The filmmakers used this an opportunity to approach him, and soon find themselves interviewing him at the same time they are also documenting “Shariff” monitoring him. During this time each man remains unaware that the filmmakers are talking to the other one. We get the rest of the story when we are joined by the filmmakers who co-directed “(T)ERROR,” Lyric Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe, and play part of an interview with al-Akili from federal prison. Al-Akili was arrested just days after he emailed civil rights groups to say he believed he was the target of an FBI “entrapment” sting. He is now serving eight years in federal prison for illegally possessing a gun after having previous felony convictions for selling drugs. We are also joined by Steve Downs, executive director of the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms. He works with Project SALAM, which published a report last year called “Inventing Terrorists: The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution.” He is also representing imprisoned Pakistani scientist Dr. Aafia Siddiqui. We are also joined by Marlene, the mother of Tarik Shah, who was arrested in 2005 after a jointFBI/NYPD sting operation that also involved Saeed “Shariff” Torres. She details in the film how Shah thought Shariff was his close friend, but he was actually an FBI informant.