Russia Scandal: Did Hillary Clinton Run FBI’s Trump Investigation?

Russia Scandal: Did Hillary Clinton Run FBI’s Trump Investigation?

Russia Investigation: It’s beginning to look as if claims of monstrous collusion between Russian officials and U.S. political operatives were true. But it wasn’t Donald Trump who was guilty of Russian collusion. It was Hillary Clinton and U.S. intelligence officials who worked with Russians and others to entrap Trump. That’s …

Reddit Releases Data on Russian Interference

Reddit released their transparency report today, highlighting their investigation into Russian attempts to exploit Reddit. The report comes on the same day that Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, testified before Congress regarding user privacy, so the release is welcome amid the conversation about the integrity of the social …

Chemical Attacks in Syria Raise International Tension

Chemical Attacks in Syria Raise International Tension

The Walker Wire strongly condemns any international intervention. We do not believe that the US should be the world’s police. Any military involvement in Syria directly conflicts with Trump’s stated objectives on the campaign trail. Reports from Syria indicate that there has been another chemical attack targeting civilians. International leaders …

New Text Msgs Reveal FBI Agent was Friends with Judge in Flynn Case

New Text Msgs Reveal FBI Agent was Friends with Judge in Flynn Case

Newly redacted text messages discovered by congressional investigators reveal that an embattled FBI agent at the center of the Russia investigation controversy was close friends with a District of Columbia judge who recused himself from the criminal case over former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, congressional members said, and text …

Russia Formerly Accused of Chemical Attack by US, France, Germany, UK

Russia Formerly Accused of Chemical Attack by US, France, Germany, UK

The US, France, and Germany joined the UK in a press release formally accusing Russia of a chemical toxin attack against a former spy living in England, calling it the “first offensive use of a nerve agent” in Europe since World War II. In the statement, the four leaders said …