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FBI’s Own General Counsel Suspected of Being An Anti-Trump Leaker

Photo: General Counsel to the FBI James A. Baker may find himself being investigated. 
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Investigative reporter Sara Carter broke a huge story on the ongoing shenanigans at the once-respected FBI.
Investigative reporter Sara Carter broke a huge story on the ongoing shenanigans at the once-respected FBI.

FBI General Counsel James A. Baker is purportedly under a Department of Justice criminal investigation for allegedly leaking classified national security information to the media, according to multiple government officials close to the probe who spoke with Sara Carter, an investigative reporter.  
The FBI told Carter that the bureau won’t comment on Baker and will not confirm or deny any investigation. This comes as Department of Justice Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would soon be making an announcement regarding the progress of leak investigations. A DOJ official declined to comment on Carter’s inquiry into Baker but did say the planned announcement by Sessions is part of the push by President Donald Trump to end the leaks coming out of the White House, the Justice Department, the intelligence community, and other federal government departments.

“President Trump can and should smash the leftist coalition,” police adviser and firearms expert John M. Snyder said Friday. “The failure so far to deal effectively with the health care issue shows that political and government issues must be dealt with head on.”

Snyder, like many other military, law enforcement and government policy experts, understands the seriousness of the “Deep State” threat to the Trump administration and his plans to restore America’s greatness and status as the world’s superpower.

Snyder, an advisory board member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, stated, “The extreme leftist coalition includes the deep state, promoters of abortion, gun control, one world government, same-sex marriage, increasingly socialized medicine, Sharia law, and their apologists in the fake news media. These people obviously have targeted Trump politically and are out to destroy his presidency and hopes for America’s future held by tens of millions of [Trump] supporters.”

“The fact of the matter, though, is that despite the continuous drumbeat of attacks on Trump and Trump’s behavior, policies, associates and even relatives, his strong approval with his base remains, even according to polls reported by unfriendly sources,” Snyder continued.

“What this means is that Middle Americans generally are fed up with the left and disgusted with attacks on Trump and his policies, even by some self-proclaimed Republicans.  The people will support and support strongly an all-out, no holds barred political assault on the leftist coalition,” he stated.

It appears these three federal agencies have a serious integrity problem.
It appears these three federal agencies have a serious integrity problem.

Snyder noted that author David Horowitz several months ago suggested a number of specific policies that Trump could follow in his book, Big Agenda.

Snyder recommended a recent article in which International Relations Professor Angelo M. Codevilla of Boston University documented that intelligence agencies are wresting constitutional authority from Trump.  Codevilla states that the shadow government believes “elites in and out of bureaucracies are the rightful rulers over unsophisticated voters,” and obviously thinks the President should step on them.

According to former military intelligence operative and law enforcement commander Jacob T. Bronkell, the so-called intelligence community during eight years of President Barack Obama has become a hotbed of political intrigue. “It seems they do more spying on American citizens than on America’s enemies and criminal organizations. They have actually had about 50 intelligence officers come forward complaining that under Obama intelligence reports were fabricated to backup the President’s lies and scams,” Bronkell said.

Snyder added, “We are at a crossroads in our history, in our American history, and in our civilization’s history.  It’s actually a political warfare situation.  Trump can and should use the presidential power we the people have given him to destroy the left.  The people will support this crusade for freedom.”

A practicing Catholic, John Snyder has been named “a champion of the right of self-defense” by the Washington Times, the “gun dean” by Human Events, and “the senior rights activist in Washington” by Shotgun News.  The Trace designated him a power broker. The Washington Post and New York Times have labeled Snyder the “dean” of gun lobbyists.

Snyder has been an NRA magazine editor and official of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and Second Amendment Foundation.  He directs Telum Associates, LL.C, and serves on the boards of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, the Council for America, and the American Federation of Police and Concerned Citizens.

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