Now that I think more about it, why isn’t there more testimony, sworn statement or any interview information from the PADAG in question, whether it was Matthew Axelrod or someone else.
“…we [OIG] found that in late October 2016, McCabe authorized Special Counsel and AD/OPA to discuss with [WSJ reporter] Barrett issues related to the FBI’s Clinton Foundation investigation (CF Investigation). In particular, McCabe authorized Special Counsel and AD/OPA to disclose to Barrett the contents of a telephone call that had occurred on August 12, 2016, between McCabe and the then-Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General (“PADAG”)… The disclosure to the WSJ effectively confirmed the existence of the CF Investigation…”
Lisa Page and Strzok Man are in the OIG report, but nothing from PADAG, other than one footnote, about what he told OIG, that the PADAG call leak was accurate to what he recalled, but that
“…the Bureau was trying to spin this conversation as some evidence of political interference, which was totally unfair.”
What does it signify that PADAG is just a footnote? Reminds me of the the tiny quote of Bill Priestap in the Nunes Memo. Priestap’s quote signified that he was talking to OIG or Huber or both, and perhaps that he had flipped, being the only guy still in place in his original job and not demoted to HR or some such. PADAG is out of government now? Or it was someone other than Axelrod and still inside the DOJ?
Their corporate office is in Miami, Florida.
Their ship Carnival Triumph was stranded, engine room fire, about 150 miles from the Yucatan, maybe somewhere near the red arrow, about 150 miles from Triumph’s port of call Progreso, Mexico.
Carnival Triumph, from the Yucatan all the way up to Mobile, Alabama.
Yet, instead of
- towing it back to Progreso and letting the passengers off,
- or to Cozumel, its other Yucatan port of call, and letting the passengers off,
- instead of towing it to port of Miami,
for some reason they decide to tow it another 500 miles north to Mobile, Alabama.
What were they thinking?
Carnival Triumph cruise schedule, 2013.
How hard is the Iran nuclear facility in Fardu?
- One factor is the hard igneous rock of the Urumiyah-Bazman volcanic belt near Naragh.
- Even more upsetting, there are no vacation rentals listed in AOL for the Fardu area.
Maybe that second fact is a good thing, considering that many eyes are looking hard at this spot of terrain, cf. Logistics of an Israeli Strike on Iran: An Informed View from Germany by David Goldman.
What will happen next?
A long airplane ride
A long airplane ride
More about Climategate: a conference in Chicago. I wonder if Harry Read Me is going to make an appearance as a speaker?
“Goin’ to Chicago”… for the Climate Conference.