Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Director Of U.S. National Intelligence Dan Coats Testifies Before The Senate Armed Services Committee

FOX News: DNI Coats blasts leaks, mum on report Trump sought help disputing collusion claim

The nation’s top intelligence official testified Tuesday that government leaks are hurting national security, while remaining mum on the latest leak-driven report – that President Trump asked him and another top official to swat down claims of collusion between his 2016 campaign and Russia.

The Washington Post reported Monday that Trump looked to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers to push back against the FBI’s Russia probe after former FBI Director James Comey’s March 20 testimony in which he told lawmakers the bureau was investigating the “nature of any links.”

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jimbrown said...

Why not? The report says no collusion. Why not support the conclusion?

Jay Farquharson said...



Aizino Smith said...

"Wonkette was established in January 2004 as part of the Gawker Media network. Its founding editor was Ana Marie Cox, a former editor at suck.com"

I am happy that dreg, Ana Marie Cox, found employment seeing as her former employer went into bankruptcy.

It is no surprise that Jay would be attracted to Wonkette like a fly to excrement.

Jay Farquharson said...


Wonkette perfectly illustrates modern American Conservatism fails,

In the form of:


6 to 10 stories a day.

It's hilarous.


Aizino Smith said...

So Jabber is enthralled by a magazine created by someone, who left a sink ship, Gawker.

Jay Farquharson said...

Yup, I love it, all they do is point out Conservative fail, in the most epic way,

The Full on Dead Self Asphixiated Republican Minister in the Wersuit with two fully inserted dildo's and the Boyfriend fail,

Who had just finished lecturing his flock against the "danger's" of the 'Mo's ,

What's not to love.

And rather than being fake "news" like Rush, or Faux, or the Rebel, or ZeroHedge,

It's real news mixed with big chunks, bigly chunks, the biggest bigly chunks ever, of commentary laughing at the fever swamp that passes as a Conservative's brain.