Thursday, August 15, 2019

Trust Grassley

1) Trust Grassley. 
2) “President pro tempore of the United States Senate, and the senior United States Senator from Iowa. He is currently in his seventh term in the Senate, having first been elected in 1980.”…
3) Chair, Senate Finance Committee

Former Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee (Kavanaugh); (now it is Senator Graham)
4) Fast & Furious, remembered…
5) 6/7/17 “In his testimony, Grassley outlined the unprecedented obstruction of legitimate Congressional oversight by the Justice Department, praised the whistleblowers who contributed to the investigation and—“
6) “criticized the flawed reasoning behind a court decision giving Congress access to documents but providing a misguided legal shield for bureaucrats in future investigations.”
7) “Grassley also reminded lawmakers of their constitutional responsibility to act as a check on the executive branch and continue to pursue rigorous oversight of the federal government on behalf of the American people.”
8) “‘It cannot take years for this body to get answers from a co-equal branch of government about information that has no legal basis to stay hidden from Congress,’ Grassley said.”
9) “Operation Fast and Furious was a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) program during the Obama administration in which ATF agents allowed guns to be trafficked into Mexico.”
10) “In the course of the operation ATF lost track of several of the guns, one of which was used in the slaying of a United States Border Patrol agent.” 
11) “The Justice Department under the leadership of then-Attorney General Eric Holder continuously obstructed Congressional inquiries into the matter.”
13) ”Grassley, a longtime advocate for government transparency and accountability, has been a leader in the investigations of Operation Fast and Furious for nearly six years.” 
14) Uranium One 
15) Q drop #49

Sen Grassley and Uranium One

2 Nov 2017 - 1:54:59 PM
16) “Follow Sen Grassley.
What is different effective this week?
What do you notice?
Why does Sen Grassley (one example) have a higher than normal amount of security detail? 
Why is Grassley and others held in a secure location?
When did this start?”
17) “What has been different this week?
U1 FBI informant.
Have secret sessions been underway?
How could this be discovered?
What must be reported even if filed under 'State Secrets'?
It's a name recognized around the world.
Alice & Wonderland.”
19) “A top Senate Republican [GRASSLEY] is probing potential ‘conflicts of interest’ for Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration regarding the 2010 approval of a controversial uranium deal with a Russian company” [ROSATOM]
20) “amid new details about donations from ‘interested parties” —> 500,000 to BILL CLINTON from Russian “arm of the government” investment bank for a “speech” 6/2010
21) “and an FBI corruption probe involving employees of the same Russian firm.”
22) CFIUS = The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States 

Part of CFIUS = S1 (HRC, then Secretary of State) 
23) 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
24) Jezebel sorry 
25) “FBI [DIRECTOR ROBERT MUELLER] had evidence as early as 2009 that Russian operatives used...dirty tactics to expand Moscow’s atomic energy footprint in the U.S. -- but the Obama administration approved the uranium deal benefiting Moscow anyway.” 
26) “Grassley...released a series of letters he fired off last week to 10 federal agencies...raising the question of whether the committee that approved the transaction [CFIUS - HRC] was aware of the FBI probe.”
28) “Notably, in the same month as the Clinton speech, Uranium One and Rosatom notified CFIUS of the Russian government’s intent to acquire 20% of the United States’ uranium assets.” - Sen. Grassley 
29) “The next month [RUSSIAN BANK]...assigned Uranium One a ‘buy’ rating, a move that would principally benefit its Russian investors....[therefore, there are] concerns about potential conflicts of interest for Secretary Clinton and the Obama administration.” 
30) “The fact that Rosatom subsidiaries in the US were under criminal investigation...around the time CFIUS approved the Uranium One/Rosatom transaction raises questions about whether that information factored into CFIUS’ decision to approve the transaction.” - Grassley
31) You see how Russiagate is really Clintongate right?
32) Trust Grassley - fetal tissue trafficking…
35) #1496
POTUS has all 4 Versions of the Inspector General Report
13 Jun 2018 - 11:50:25 PM
POTUS in possession of (and reviewing):
36) 1. Original IG unredacted report 
2. Modified IG unredacted report [RR version]
3. Modified IG redacted report [RR version]
4. IG summary notes re: obstruction(s) to obtain select info (classified)
[#3 released tomorrow]
[SEC: FBI/DOJ handling of HRC email
38) (sorry)
39) SEC: FBI/DOJ handling of HRC email investigation]
Who has the sole ability to DECLAS it all?
Did you witness the stage being set today?
Nunes/Grassley/Freedom C. push for docs.
40) [[RR]] central figure within docs (personally involved).
Immediate impeachment / resignation / termination / recusal IF EVER BROUGHT TO LIGHT.
Be loud.
Be heard.
Fight for TRUTH.
41) (All Q stuff is quoted)
42) 2274
Trust Senator Chuck Grassley
23 Sep 2018 - 7:43:32 PM
43) Justice K 
44) Ford a known CIA asset 
45) False accuser referred 
46) Trust Grassley, it’s about FISA DECLAS
47) 2445
Gowdy/Goodlatte Completed House Investigations, Focus Now Shifts to Senate Investigations
7 Nov 2018 - 1:59:00 AM
Do you believe in coincidences?
Which (2) House members ran the investigations re: DOJ/FBI etc.?

48) 📁
Gowdy resignation.

What role did he play re: House investigations?

House Oversight and Government Reform 

Committee Chairman

Goodlatte resignation.
29) What role did he play re: House investigations?
House Judiciary Chairman
House >>> Senate
House >>> Senate
House >>> Senate
Senate Judiciary Chairman
[House of Cards]
Military planning at its finest. 
30) What’s Senator Grassley up to now?

“Grassley, Johnson Release Investigative Findings on Alleged Hack of Clinton’s Server by China”…
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