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Jeffrey Toobin Shreds Trump: His Conspiracy Theory Found To Be ‘A Total Lie’

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CNN’s chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin on Monday hailed that a claim that President Donald Trump has pushed for years has been found to be “a total lie.”

A Justice Department inspector general report released earlier in the day found no evidence of political bias in the FBI’s investigation into the Trump 2016 campaign’s links to Russia, despite Trump’s persistent claims to the contrary.

“Let’s be clear about what happened today,” said Toobin. “For years and years, Donald Trump has said that the FBI and the deep state was involved in an illegal conspiracy to bring down his campaign, that they relied on the Steele Dossier to investigate and launch this investigation.

“And now, after years of investigation, the inspector general said ‘not true, didn’t happen, there was nothing wrong with the origin of this investigation,’” he added. “So this conspiracy theory that the President of the United States has been pushing for years was a total lie.”

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75-foot wave recorded off California during last month’s ‘bomb cyclone’

A 75-foot-tall wave was recorded last month about 20 miles off the coast of California while the region was being hit with the “bomb cyclone.”

On average, waves near the Cape Mendocino buoy usually average about 10 feet, SFGate.com reported. But on Nov. 26, the average height was about 43 feet tall. The largest wave—which occurred in the evening hours—was 75 feet.

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James Behrens, the manager for Scripp’s Coastal Data Information Program, told the website that a wave of that size to occur so close to land is extremely rare.

“The only other station in the network that measured a wave this large is deployed 800 miles off the coast of Washington,” he said.

The  “bomb cyclone” hit northern California and southern Oregon during one of the busiest travel times of the year. The storm brought powerful wind gusts and larger-than-normal waves along the coast.

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A “bomb cyclone” forms when air pressure drops by 24 millibars or more in a 24-hour period.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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Cats Declare War On Christmas In Hilarious Supercut Of Feline Tree Takedowns

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Birthday party cat hat. These adorable pieces of headgear for moggies for make any feline the indisputable leader of the gang. Lovingly stitched together by artist American Meredith Yarborough she has now made more than 200 of them. From witches hats to cakes and vegetables the scope of Merediths designs means no cat should be seen out without one.

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Trump Jr. Shares Bonkers Meme Of His Dad And It Could Terrify The President

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But his latest one could terrify the president.

Donald Trump’s eldest son on Monday posted a doctored picture of his dad ― shirtless, and with a shark on his shoulders ― to Instagram.

It was an attack on the impeachment inquiry into Trump over the Ukraine scandal. However, former porn star Stormy Daniels has claimed Trump (with who she reportedly had an affair) is terrified of sharks.

“Haters will say it’s fake,” read the caption on the edited snap.

“I’ve heard from the same ‘reliable sources’ that the Democrats have used during their sham impeachment inquiry that this is in fact very real,” wrote Trump Jr.

The image appears to have emanated from this 2003 WWE SummerSlam commercial starring wrestler Brock Lesnar:

Trump Jr. has previously shared a Pornhub-style meme of his father:

Trump as a Christmas ornament:

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Gregg Jarrett: IG report reveals FBI misconduct and abuses in anti-Trump probe of Russia collusion hoax

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It turns out that the most revealing aspect of the long-awaited Justice Department’s inspector general’s report on the origins of the Russia collusion hoax comes from Attorney General William Barr’s damning assessment of it.

In unmistakably terse language, Barr denounced “a small group of now-former FBI officials” for their “misconduct,” “malfeasance and misfeasance,” and “clear abuse of the FISA process.”

Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz, issued a 476-page report Monday that broadly examined: (1) how and why the FBI initiated an investigation of candidate Donald Trump and his campaign in July 2016; and (2) the decision to seek a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant to surveil a Trump campaign associate.

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As to the first action, Barr concluded that the IG report “makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken.”

In plain terms, Barr is convinced that the FBI was wrong to investigate Trump and his campaign, because the evidence was conspicuously deficient. Barr noted that the FBI “pushed forward” with its investigation even in the face of “consistently exculpatory” evidence.

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As to the second action, Barr condemned those same FBI officials who “misled the FISA court, omitted critical exculpatory facts from their filings, and suppressed or ignored information negating the reliability of their principal source.”

The FBI relied on Christopher Steele as its major source for information presented to the FISA Court. The ex-British spy had assembled his unverified “dossier” of hearsay information from supposed sources that were largely anonymous.

The FBI knew Steele was unreliable, yet the bureau vouched for him as credible. Evidence was concealed and the FISA Court was deceived.

Barr announced that current FBI Director Christopher Wray will implement a “comprehensive set of proposed reforms” to ensure that such egregious abuse never happens again. Wray agreed, telling ABC News that FBI officials “failed to follow our policies, neglected to exercise appropriate diligence, or fell short of the standard of conduct and performance that we expect of all our employees.”  

The attorney general’s skeptical view of the IG report was shared by John Durham, the U.S. attorney in Connecticut specially appointed by Barr to investigate the origins of the FBI’s Trump-Russia probe.

Durham revealed that “last month we advised the Inspector General that we do not agree with some of the report’s conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened.”

Durham pointed out that the IG’s investigation was limited to the Justice Department. In contrast, Durham has greater investigative authority and has developed “information from other persons and entities, both in the U.S. and outside the U.S.” Horowitz readily acknowledged this on the very first page of his report.

Barr’s harsh criticism of the FBI stands in stark contrast to the findings offered by the inspector general.

Although Horowitz identified at least 17 significant errors of omission in the FBI’s application to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, Horowitz opined that the warrant application was “properly predicated.” That is impossible, given the sheer volume of mistakes –and Barr surely knows it. 

Horowitz also stated: “We did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that political bias or improper motivation influenced the FBI’s decision.” Of course he didn’t. No one is foolish enough to confess to biased decision-making or reduce it to writing.

What’s baffling is how the IG seems to have blindly accepted the stories peddled by former FBI officials like Director James Comey, Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and General Counsel James Baker – not to mention Steele himself. Horowitz wrote that it was not his role “to second-guess discretionary judgments.” Then why did he examine them? 

Nonetheless, there are some stunning revelations in the report that should trouble all Americans about how easy it is for the FBI to open an investigation of anyone and convince a FISA judge to permit court-sanctioned surveillance.

Lies and deception were the key. The FBI relied almost exclusively on Steele’s uncorroborated “dossier,” despite Comey’s public statements to the contrary. The IG found numerous instances in which the court was given “inaccurate, incomplete, or unsupported” information.

For example, the FISA Court was never told that the Hillary Clinton Campaign and the Democratic National Committee paid for Steele to put together his “dossier” – a major omission that clearly should erode the credibility of Steele’s report.

The court was also never told that Steele had lied in the past and had serious problems with his credibility and “poor judgment;” that Steele’s primary sub-source was a “boaster” known to embellish and who later cast doubt on the “dossier”; nor that Steele had a known bias against Trump and was “desperate that he not get elected.”

The sub-source was interviewed by the FBI three times in 2017, advising agents that Steele had misstated or exaggerated his information, which came from “word of mouth and hearsay” over beers. Some of the statements had been made in jest and were just “rumors and speculation,” the unidentified sub-source said.

None of this was disclosed to the FISA Court. Instead, the FBI assured the court that the sub-source was truthful, suggesting that his information was all corroborated – when the FBI knew it was not.

In addition, the court was never told that a top FBI lawyer doctored evidence to create a false and negative impression of Carter Page that was then used for one of the FISA warrants.

There was never any credible evidence that Donald Trump was a Russian asset or that his campaign had engaged in a criminal “collusion” conspiracy with the Kremlin to steal the 2016 presidential election

The FISA Court was also never told that a Yahoo News article cited as an independent source also came from Steele. Nor was the court told that evidence was uncorroborated and the sub-source information was unverified.

Further, the FISA Court was never made aware of exculpatory evidence that Page had previously helped the U.S. government; nor was the court told of multiple exculpatory statements by Page gathered by an undercover informant.

These are some – but not all – of the 17 material deceptions identified in the IG report that were made by the FBI to a succession of FISA judges over the course of four warrant applications to spy on Page. The facts were manipulated to mislead the court. Even after Steele was fired by the FBI for leaking and lying about it, the bureau continued to rely on him as its source.

These are not mere “performance failures,” as the IG describes them. Collectively, they constitute a deliberate and successful effort to violate Page’s civil liberties and constitutional rights. The misuse of power was knowing and purposeful.

The FBI brazenly told the FISA Court that Page was a spy. The bureau knew he was not. This was rampant, unconscionable abuse of the rule of law. Despite Horowitz’s claims, the FBI invented probable cause where none existed. The true target was Donald Trump.

Horowitz also accepted without question the FBI’s explanation that the opening of its investigation of Trump on July 31, 2016, was justified because campaign adviser George Papadopoulos heard a rumor that Russians were in possession of Hillary Clinton’s emails and might use them during the campaign. Yet, it is not a crime to hear a rumor or even pass it along.

Under FBI regulations, a formal investigation can only be initiated if there is a reasonable basis to believe that a crime has been (or will be) committed.

Additionally, there must be specific “articulable facts” in support of that crime. Here, neither were present. This leaves a largely phony “dossier” as the only remaining evidence. Absent verification that the FBI never secured, it was no evidence at all.

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This is likely the reason that both Durham and Barr have refused to accept the IG’s conclusion that the original investigation of candidate Trump and his campaign was justified. With greater investigative authority than Horowitz and the power to compel witnesses through grand jury subpoenas, they may already have developed actionable evidence of lawlessness and corruption.

There was never any credible evidence that Donald Trump was a Russian asset or that his campaign had engaged in a criminal “collusion” conspiracy with the Kremlin to steal the 2016 presidential election. This claim was a pernicious lie and the dirtiest political trick ever perpetrated.

I was, as Trump called it, a hoax and a witch hunt. Yet, for more than two years Americans were told by Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., countless other Democrats and the mainstream media mob that it was all true. Until the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller said it was not.

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., will question Horowitz at a public hearing Wednesday. After reading the IG report, Graham called the FBI’s actions a “criminal enterprise” that ran off the rails.

Graham is now armed with 476 pages of proof.

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Gunman opens fire inside Czech hospital, kills at least 4

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At least four people were killed in a shooting Tuesday morning in a hospital in the eastern Czech Republic, officials said.

Two others were seriously injured.

Officials say the shooter is at large. The shooting happened Tuesday morning in the University hospital in the city of Ostrava, located 220 miles east of Prague. The Sun, a British newspaper, reported that patients have been evacuated from the building.

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Jan Hamacek, the country’s interior minister, told CT24: “There is a regional police intervention unit and a rapid deployment unit” deployed at the scene.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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SoftBank Takes a Loss in Sale of Wag, Dog-Walking Start-Up

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SAN FRANCISCO — The SoftBank Vision Fund has sold its stake in Wag, the troubled dog-walking start-up, back to the company at a loss, according to two people briefed on the deal, in a further sign of turmoil for the Japanese investment powerhouse that has bet big and lost big on the technologies of the future.

Garrett Smallwood, who became Wag’s chief executive in November, said on Monday in an internal memo viewed by The New York Times that Wag and SoftBank were “amicably parting ways.” Mr. Smallwood characterized the move as part of Wag’s new plan to “refocus on delivering sustainable growth.”

Mr. Smallwood’s memo said a number of employees were laid off Monday as part of that plan, which was reported earlier by The Wall Street Journal.

Wag’s unusual business model — like Uber, but for dog walking — symbolized for many the frothiness of the technology investment bubble. Almost two years ago, SoftBank agreed to invest $300 million in Wag.

But the Vision Fund has been since battered by its investment in WeWork, the office company that has shaken the start-up scene with the dramatic crash of its initial public offering in September. SoftBank Group of Japan, which started the Vision Fund, last month said it took a $4.6 billion hit from its WeWork investment.

WeWork’s flameout, which included the departure of its colorful founder and an emergency bailout by SoftBank, left many other cash-burning companies wondering if they would face similar fates. Start-ups have been increasingly singing the praises of profits and “sustainable growth” ever since.

SoftBank, WeWork’s largest investor, has pushed its portfolio companies to moderate their growth and make plans to turn a profit. Other unprofitable start-ups have worked to lower their costs and hoard cash in case of a market downturn.

Wag’s troubles have been particularly pronounced. After its investment, the Vision Fund brought in Hilary Schneider, former chief executive of LifeLock, to lead an aggressive expansion.

But it lost ground to Rover, its top competitor. Reports of lost dogs and internal struggles hurt business.

The company endured several rounds of layoffs this year. In November, Ms. Schneider stepped down. Her replacement, Mr. Smallwood, disagreed with SoftBank about Wag’s strategy, the people familiar with the matter said.

Wag entertained deal talks with Rover and with Petco, the pet supply company, the people said. But they did not get very far and SoftBank ultimately agreed to be bought out of its shares at a lower price. SoftBank did not give Wag the entire $300 million it had agreed to invest, one of the people said.

Wag’s other investors include Battery Ventures, General Catalyst and ACME Capital, according to Pitchbook, which operates an investment database.

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Florida teen jailed after allegedly stabbing boyfriend in hospital bed with surgical scissors: report

An 18-year-old St. Petersburg, Fla., woman will contest a felony charge after police say she stabbed her boyfriend with a pair of surgical scissors while he lay in a hospital bed, a report Tuesday said.

Taniea D. Sherrod faces a single charge of aggravated battery with a weapon after the alleged Nov. 19 incident at Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, the Tampa Bay Times reported.

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Sherrod’s unidentified boyfriend was lying in a hospital bed with Sherrod at his side when an argument ensued concerning “suspected infidelity,” police said.

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Tania D. Sherrod, 18, of St. Petersburg, Fla., was arrested on Dec. 4 for a Nov. 19 incident in which she is charged with stabbing her boyfriend multiple times as he lay in a hospital bed. (Pinellas County Jail)

She became “irate” when her boyfriend would not permit her see his phone, the Times reported. As the argument continued, Sherrod “picked up a pair of surgical scissors in the hospital room and began stabbing her boyfriend in the right thigh causing multiple puncture wounds,” the police report said.

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There was no indication why the boyfriend was in the hospital.

Sherrod was arrested on Dec. 4 and booked in the Pinellas County jail on a felony charge of aggravated domestic battery with a deadly weapon. She was being held Monday in lieu of $15,000 bail, the Times reported.

A written plea of not guilty was entered on her behalf.

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Indiana homeowner shoots through front door to keep would-be intruders out: report

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An Indiana homeowner on a recent Thursday afternoon scared away two men who tried to gain entry into his home after singing Christmas carols outside, a report on Monday said.

The incident occurred in Fort Wayne, according to the local NBC affiliate. The men reportedly tried kicking down the door but were thwarted by the shots.

“They heard the doorbell ring,” one neighbor told the station. “They heard what appeared to be pounding on the door, and then they saw the door being kicked in or attempted to be kicked in. And that’s when this individual fired his weapon into the door or the door area.”

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There have been no arrests.

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Kevin Hart step out for ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ premiere

The premiere of “Jumani: The Next Level” is proving to be a star-studded affair.

Pals and co-stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hary appeared on the blue carpet and were joined by a bevy of other celebs, including their castmates.

Johnson sported a blue suit with a green floral pattern while Hart when for a black suit with a leafy pattern.

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (Eddie) and Kevin Hart (Mouse Finbar) star in “Jumanji: The Next Level.” (Getty)

Joining the dynamic duo was Awkwafina, who donned a pink dress with colorful floral patterns.

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Awkwafina plays a character named Ming in “Jumanji: The Next Level.” (Photo by JEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIX/AFP via Getty Images)

On Monday morning, it was announced that Awkwafina earned a Golden Globe nomination for her work in “The Farewell.”

Singer Nick Jonas also appeared on the red carpet, wearing a unique black suit with metallic adornments.

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Nick Jonas reprises his role as Alex from “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.” (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Never one to shy away from some hilarious antics, Jack Black, sporting a grey suit and zebra-print sneakers enjoyed his time on the carpet by jumping around.

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Jack Black will play Fridge in “Jumanji: The Next Level,” rather than Bethany as he did in the last film. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Karen Gillian, known for playing Nebula in the “Avengers” franchise, will return as Martha. She appeared at the “Jumanji” premiere wearing a light blue dress with feathered, purple flowers.

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Karen Gillan plays Martha in “Jumanji: The Next Level.” (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Hollywood legends Danny Glover and Danny DeVito, who play supporting roles in the film, also made an appearance.

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Danny Glover and Danny DeVito star as grandparents in “Jumanji: The Next Level.” (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

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“Jumanji: The Next Level,” follow’s the first film’s characters as they’re sucked right back into the world of Jumanji, and must work together to escape once more.

The film opens in theaters on Friday, Dec. 13.

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From left to right: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Kevin Hart, Awkwafina, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas and Jack Black at the premiere of “Jumanji: The Next Level.” (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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