(Natural News) Responding to a growing body of evidence and increasing public awareness about the pedophilia problem that exists within the highest levels of government and religion, President Trump recently announced that his administration is launching a federal investigation into the matter. As explained by Gabor Zolna from ZolnaReport.com in a video post available at….Read more & video
Published on Jul 18, 2018
What is Nunes’ FISA memo? 6 things to know about the secret document
The controversial memo detailing alleged federal surveillance abuses was declassified and released Friday following approval by President Trump.
The memo, put together by House Republicans, shows improper surveillance techniques used by the Department of Justice and the FBI in the Russia investigation, GOP lawmakers said.
Democrats have dismissed the memo, arguing that it was selectively edited by Republicans to push a narrative that the Russia investigation is biased against the president. They have their own rebuttal memo they hope to soon release.
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With the opioid crisis still in full swing (and researchers reporting on Wednesday 70,000 opioid-related deaths that were not added to official statistics over the past 20 years) The Department of Justice announced on Thursday the conclusion of a year-long crackdown on opioid overprescribers that led to the indictment of more than 600 people – including 76 doctors – on health-care fraud charges. All told, the DOJ found that the crimes resulted in more than $2 billion in losses for Medicare, Medicaid and Tricare, as well as private insurers.
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(Natural News) President Trump is draining the “medical swamp.” The U.S. health care system is plagued by rampant fraud, abuse and profiteering carried out by dishonest doctors and pharmacists. In working to combat the rampant fraud, the DOJ has announced an unprecedented crackdown on medical fraud, charging over 600 people with criminal activities that involved…Read more
In just a few short weeks, former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown will begin serving a five-year prison sentence for participating in an $800,000 charity fraud. But her conviction and sentencing will no doubt raise questions about why she is behind bars, but Hillary Clinton and, to another extent her philandering husband and ex-president, Bill Clinton, remain free.
As Lifezette has reported, that question and the fact that Clinton has yet to be charged for so very obviously (and carelessly) mishandling classified information during her tenure as Barack Obama’s Secretary of State has raised substantial, well-deserved doubts about the unequal application of justice in America. Those with less or no political influence seem to be dealt with much more harshly than those who are considered powerful.
In spite of the media’s silence and refusal to cover the topic, 50,000 Americans are urging President Donald Trump to investigate the murder of DNC staffer, Seth Rich. It’s the topic that no congress member or the media even wants to touch unless they dub those who search for the truth “conspiracy theorists.” There are…