Jeff Carlson has done a masterful job of keeping track of and interpreting the public information as well as released documents about Russiagate/SPYGATE. Here is today's update.
I thought I would do a short essay on my own understanding of what the Inspector General's report is and is not. I have read at several places that people are disappointed at the most recent report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz.
Without passing judgment on the content of the IG report, which I have not yet read, I am going to try lay out a framework for understanding what we have seen thus far from the OIG.
Much of this essay relies upon an article published by Zero Hedge on May 17. The Zero Hedge article is based upon the reporting of Paul Sperry who writes for the Wall Street Journal. I really like Zero Hedge because they seem to be on top of news in real time.
Department of Justice attorneys announced Friday that they will file a formal notice of appeal of US District Judge Reed O'Connor's preliminary injunction against the Department of Education guidelines aimed at protecting transgender students from discrimination.
There was a major revelation two weeks ago but no one seems to have noticed! In case anyone has any doubts... Hillary Clinton is going to be indicted, and Obama and Sanders both know it, and further, they, together, effectively told the world this, two weeks ago.
On Monday we had AG Lynch putting the full weight of the Justice Department behind transgender people.
Let me also speak directly to the transgender community itself. Some of you have lived freely for decades. Others of you are still wondering how you can possibly live the lives you were born to lead. But no matter how isolated or scared you may feel today, the Department of Justice and the entire Obama Administration wants you to know that we see you; we stand with you; and we will do everything we can to protect you going forward. Please know that history is on your side. This country was founded on a promise of equal rights for all, and we have always managed to move closer to that promise, little by little, one day at a time. It may not be easy – but we’ll get there together.
There is no room in our schools for discrimination of any kind, including discrimination against transgender students on the basis of their sex. This guidance gives administrators, teachers and parents the tools they need to protect transgender students from peer harassment and to identify and address unjust school policies.
This article is extensive and it thoroughly details the legal issues and outlines the entire subject matter in a comprehensive straightforward manner. It is way too long to quote sections in any meaningful manner to do it justice, therefore I implore you to click on the link and read it for yourself.
First this somewhat breaking news from ex-MSNBC Alum, now working for Al Jazeera America: the possible charges against Hillary Clinton and her staff will likely happen, sooner as opposed to later: