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Kash’s Corner: More Indictments Are Coming; Unraveling the Origins of the Russia Collusion Hoax

Special counsel John Durham is sending a signal that more indictments are coming, says Kash Patel. “When you issue an indictment for lying to the FBI, like they did [Michael] Sussmann, it’s two to five pages max. It’s unheard of to be 27 pages. So why put all that information out there?” It’s “the biggest signal that more is coming,” says Kash Patel. Kash Patel deposed former Perkins Coie lawyer Michael Sussmann as part of his investigations into allegations of Trump–Russia collusion with Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), and that deposition became a key part of Durham’s indictment of Sussmann, who was a lawyer for the Clinton campaign. In this episode, he breaks down what’s in the indictment and where Durham’s investigation is likely headed. Timeline of FBI’s FISA Abuse in Trump Campaign Investigation (Infographic) Spygate: The True Story of Collusion (Infographic) Timeline of the Durham Investigation (Infographic) Follow EpochTV on …

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Kash’s Corner: More Indictments Are Coming; Unraveling the Origins of the Russia Collusion Hoax

Special counsel John Durham is sending a signal that more indictments are coming, says Kash Patel. “When you issue an indictment for lying to the FBI, like they did [Michael] Sussmann, it’s two to five pages max. It’s unheard of to be 27 pages. So why put all that information out there?” It’s “the biggest signal that more is coming,” says Kash Patel. Kash Patel deposed former Perkins Coie lawyer Michael Sussmann as part of his investigations into allegations of Trump–Russia collusion with Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), and that deposition became a key part of Durham’s indictment of Sussmann, who was a lawyer for the Clinton campaign. In this episode, he breaks down what’s in the indictment and where Durham’s investigation is likely headed. Follow EpochTV on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV Parler: https://parler.com/#/user/EpochTV

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China Should Alter Nuclear “No First Strike Policy” To Counter US Pressure: Ex-Diplomat

China Should Alter Nuclear “No First Strike Policy” To Counter US Pressure: Ex-Diplomat The AUKUS pact that was revealed last week to the shock and dispmay of France and the EU, which will involve the US transferring nuclear submarine technology to Australia, has resulted in continued nuclear jawboning out of China this week. First, as we detailed earlier in the week a Chinese state-linked analyst and expert announced to “23 million Australians” in a prime time interview with an Aussie national broadcaster that “Australia will lose that privilege of not being targeted with nuclear weapons by other countries” – as Victor Gao put it to the stunned interviewer.  Following these comments, former diplomat Sha Zukang – who previously served as the longtime Chinese ambassador for disarmament affairs to the UN – told a conference in Beijing on Thursday that China should review its “no first strike policy” in the wake of recent developments.  JL-2 Intercontinental Range Ballistic Missile The speech, which was first reported in the South China Morning Post, called for China’s leadership to “fine tune” its nuclear policy as a counterweight to the ongoing pressure campaign coming from Washington and its allies in the Indo-Pacific. It follows Chinese officials denouncing plans for the US to deliver at least eight nuclear-powered subs to Australia. While Beijing is accusing Australia of reneging on its commitment to a nuclear free zone, particularly calling it out as a violation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), Canberra officials are differentiating nuclear-powered technology from the deployment of nuclear arms. Here’s what the influential and now retired ambassador Zukang said in part in his remarks: “The strategic pressure on China is intensifying as [the US] has built new military alliances and as it increases its military presence in our neighborhood,” he said. For the most part, Sha clarified that China

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