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NY TIMES TIPPED OFF SHOOTER JAMES HODGKINSON DETAILS ON BASEBALL GAME WHERE STEVE SCALISE WAS SHOT

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Shooter James Hodgkinson moved to Alexandria from Illinois in April, the same month New York Times wrote article giving minute details about the Congressional Baseball Game, the time, location, the capitol police inside their black SUVs and what they would be wearing.

Before firing his rifle, James Hodgkinson asked lawmakers, “Are those Republicans or Democrats?” , gunning down Rep. Steve Scalise and his security detail.

The New York Times tipped off the GOP shooter on the GOP baseball practice field in an April article.

When members of Congress practice in the early mornings in an Alexandrea, Va., public park for their Congressional Baseball Game, plainclothes United States Capital Police are sitting there in a blac S.U.V.”

 

Trump hater/Bernie supporter Hodgkinson moved to the area around April, lived out of a gym bag and hung out for the past month-and-a-half at the YMCA across the street from where he opened fire.

Rand Paul said it would have been a massacre if not for capitol police who responded bravely when the shooter was doing his rampage.

TRUMP TEAM TO SHOW TRAIL OF LEAKS TO NYT BY JAMES COMEY DATING BACK TO MARCH

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The Real Collusion! Trump’s legal team to show trail of leaks to the New York Times by James Comey dating back to March.

Dating back to at least Jan. 10, The Times has published confidential information related to Trump and the FBI, mostly using anonymous sources from senior officials in the FBI and DOJ. Comey admitted to using an ex-U.S. attorney, later identified as Columbia University Prof. Daniel Richman, to leak to NYT the contents of alleged memos Comey wrote about his one-on-one interactions with Trump.

 

Via Fox News:

President Trump’s legal team may be prepared to show a trail of leaks to The New York Times by former FBI Director James Comey – dating back to at least March – in a pair of complaints set to be filed to the Justice Department inspector general and Senate Judiciary Committee, a source close to the team told Fox News.

An independent Fox News review of The New York Times’ reporting dating back to January reveals a host of stories sourced from top FBI and DOJ officials – or those privy to their conversations – that either paint Comey in a positive light or push a message he was unable to personally disclose.

Though Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 3 he’d never been — or directed another FBI official to be — an anonymous source for news reports about the Trump and Hillary Clinton investigations, the then-FBI chief did not deny orchestrating leaks using, for instance, an old friend who works at Columbia University, or providing the information to a wide enough group to ensure it would leak.

And in reference to a separate case, he acknowledged sending his infamous letter to lawmakers last fall announcing a revival of the Clinton email probe knowing full well what they’d do: “Did I know they were really going to leak it? Of course, I know how Congress works.”

Comey, who was fired by Trump in May, was open about at least one leak in testimony last Thursday.

He admitted to using an ex-U.S. attorney, later identified as Columbia University Prof. Daniel Richman, to leak to The Times the contents of alleged memos Comey wrote about his one-on-one interactions with Trump. He was not asked if he had ever used Richman on other occasions; however, Richman is mentioned in 151 results in a New York Times search dating back to 1993, with 11 of those articles also featuring Comey and six of them being authored by Michael S. Schmidt – who later wrote the “Comey memos” story which Comey told Congress he directed Richman to leak.

Dating back to at least Jan. 10, The Times has published confidential information related to Trump and the FBI, mostly sourced anonymously from senior officials in the FBI and DOJ:

 

LOL! CNN, NYT HORRIFIED THEY WERE GIVEN BACK SEATS DURING ROSE GARDEN PRESS CONFERENCE

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Establishment media/fake news CNN and NYT horrified when their reporters were relegated to the rear of the Rose Garden during Trump’s press conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis.

CNN calls their ‘outrageous’ seat ‘Siberia’ as New York Times was also placed in the last row.

Jim Acosta: ” CNN was placed away from the other TV networks in the equivalent of Siberia (no pun intended) at today’s news conference.”

“That could be seen as an oversight on the part of the White House staff but it could also be seen as retaliation over the reporting we’re doing over here at CNN.”

 

Gabby Morrongiello‏ of New York Post observes:

The White House has put the New York Times in the last row at today’s joint press conference with Trump and Romania’s president

 

SENATORS DEMAND JAMES COMEY’S LEAK PARTNER DANIEL RICHMAN GIVE THEM ORIGINAL MEMO

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A bipartisan group of powerful senators is asking the man believed to have helped ex-FBI Director James Comey leak his infamous “let this go” memo to the media to produce that memo for them.

Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Diane Feinstein (D-CA), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-DE) — the chairs and ranking Democrats of the Senate Judiciary Committe and its National Security Subcommittee — sent a letter Thursday to Columbia Law Professor Daniel Richman demanding he provide them with the original memo he supposedly leaked to CNN on Comey’s say-so.

The letter calls the memo, reported to describe President Donald Trump telling Comey to go easy on former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, “relevant to the Judiciary Committee’s ongoing investigative efforts.”

The letter also demanded all other memoranda Comey may have provided Richman, and gave him only until midnight Friday. Breitbart News cannot confirm or deny if Richman complied with the Senators’ demands.

Richman confirmed to multiple news outlets Thursday that he was the “friend” whom Comey enlisted to leak the memo to the press. This ended speculation that began immediately after Comey admitted under oath he had leaked the memo containing his account of conversations between himself and President Donald Trump. Comey claimed that his hope in doing so, immediately after he was fired, was to force the appointment of a special counsel, which has now come to pass in the person of Comey’s predecessor as head of the FBI, Robert Mueller.

 

Read more: Congressional Investigators Probe James Comey Leak Network

 

 

NYT MICHAEL SCHMIDT PUNKED AMERICA! ADMITS NEVER SAW JAMES COMEY MEMO HE REPORTED

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Michael Schmidt, the New York Times “journalist, on so-called Comey memo to fake news anchor Brian Williams: “Someone that had seen [the memo] had recounted details to me.

America got punked by this NYT squirrel Michael Schmidt with his James Comey memo, although you can’t blame him when it’s the entire media from both sides who decided to ignore the most crucial part of his story: the memo was recounted to Schmidt over the phone a Comey associate, the memo was never verified, never seen or read by him, but being a Trump hit piece, that’s all that matters.

 

GotNews reports:

Schmidt has been called out for getting a story wildly wrong before thanks to his anonymous sources. Schmidt, citing his anonymous federal law enforcement sources, claimed that one of the San Bernardino terrorists had talked about jihad openly. She didn’t.

His boss even reprimanded him and called for “systematic changes” to the way Schmidt and Carlos Slim’s blog use anonymous sources.

. . .

Schmidt’s open admissions on MSNBC confirm GotNews reporting Wednesday that Schmidt hasn’t in fact seen the relevant Comey documents.

 

 

RICHARD BURR: ‘THE BURDEN IS ON THE NEW YORK TIMES TO PROVE COMEY MEMO READ OVER THE PHONE IS REAL’

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Then-FBI Director James Comey met with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office on February 14, and reportedly wrote afterward in a memo that the president asked him to abandon a federal probe into disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn

 

  • Richard Burr: ‘I could write something and I could read it over the phone and tell them that it came from him. I think the burden is on The New York Times, if they’re reporting it and they’ve got somebody that’s got the document, they need to get the document and get it released.’

 

The Republican chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Tuesday that he is skeptical about reports that ousted FBI Director James Comey took detailed notes about his February meeting with President Donald Trump.

North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr told reporters, reacting to a New York Times story that said Trump asked Comey to shut down his probe into former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn’s Russia ties.

Burr said Comey had already shared copious amounts of information with his committee about the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference with last year’s election – and met with him personally the day before Trump fired him – but the existence of a memo that an FBI source described to a Times reporter never came up.

‘I could write something and I could read it over the phone and tell them that it came from him,’ Burr said. ‘I think the burden is on The New York Times, if they’re reporting it and they’ve got somebody that’s got the document, they need to get the document and get it released.’

Read more: Senate Intelligence Committee chairman is skeptical about Comey memo as he says ‘the burden is on The New York Times’ to prove it’s real

TRUMP MOCKS NEW YORK TIMES: ‘STARTING TO LOOK LIKE A COMIC BOOK, GETTING SMALLER AND SMALLER’

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Trump NYT hit speech 5:43 mark in the video above:

 

During President Trump’s 10,000-record crowd rally on Saturday at the PA Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg, PA, Trump, to the delight of his supporters, attacked once again the liberal fake news media who were having their annual White House Correspondents Dinner in Washington D.C.  Trump targeted in particular the New York Times.

 

Transcript below:

So just as an example of the media take the totally failing New York Times.  Pretty soon they’ll only be on the Internet.  The paper is getting smaller and smaller.  You ever notice?  It’s starting to look like a comic book its getting so small.

But I will tell you because I watched and I used to be in the real estate business.  They sold their beautiful New York Times building in Manhattan – a cathedral to journalism, such a beautiful, beautiful building, for around $130 million.  And the group that bought it later sold it for approximately $500 million.  And now they live in a very ugly office building in a crummy location.

Next they buy the Boston Globe newspaper with losses for $1.3 billion, invest millions and millions and millions of dollars to get it going and in the end they sell it for $0.  They give it away.