On Thursday’s Mark Levin show, Landmark Legal Foundation has filed a request with the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA). The request asks the secret court to order an investigation into the leaking of surveillance activity conducted on members of Donald Trump’s team, in accordance with the rulings of FISA. The filing cites a flurry of recent published reports that show an enormous amount of leaked classified information has been used for political purposes in opposition to President Trump. Landmark respectfully suggests that the Court direct the government to complete its investigation and report its findings to the Court within 90 days. Also, Berkeley has reversed its decision and says Ann Coulter can speak after all on its campus. Obviously this is a big deal not just for Coulter but for conservatives everywhere whom the left determines do not have the right to free speech. The left wing leaders who run that university probably heard that the ultimate solution to this is to put down the violent rioters with the CA National Guard. Our solution is the right solution. It is time to meet the force of the left with law enforcement. Later, John Kennedy had an affair with an East German spy, and many other affairs. Ted Kennedy tried to work with the Soviets to defeat Ronald Reagan. These are monumental scandals, yet the media ignore them. The people who protected John Kennedy, Ted Kennedy, and Bill Clinton are now offended by Bill O’Reilly. The reason why O’Reilly was removed from Fox was because the advertisers left. Finally, the President today hammered Canada for putting restrictions on US milk coming into the country. However we put restrictions on butter from Ireland. When it comes to protectionism, which industries are going to be protected and which ones won’t? Everybody claims they are doing what they are doing for the worker. Capitalism is what supports workers.
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Landmark files request with FISA court seeking investigation
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