Victoria Toensing, Sara Carter, Frederick County Council Vice President Michael Blue, Matt O’Brien & Kevin Lewis on The Larry O’Connor Show 09.12.19

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U.S. Attorney recommends moving forward with charges against Andrew McCabe (Sara Carter)

Fox News is reporting that a source close to former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe’s legal team said they received an email from the Department of Justice which said, “The Department rejected your appeal of the United States Attorney’s Office’s decision in this matter. Any further inquiries should be directed to the United States Attorney’s Office.” [Read More]

Benghazi hero Kris ‘Tanto’ Paronto shares lessons learned from 2012 terror attack (FOX News)

It has been seven years since a terrorist attack killed four Americans at the U.S. government compound in Benghazi, Libya.

U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens, U.S. Foreign Service Information Management Officer Sean Smith, and CIA contractors and former Navy SEALs Glen “Bub” Doherty and Tyrone Woods were killed on Sept. 11, 2012, when the compound was ambushed in a coordinated attack by the Islamic militant group Ansar al-Sharia. [Read More]

Frederick County Sheriff defends immigration enforcement (FOX 5 DC)

The sheriff in Frederick County Maryland is defending his cooperation with federal officials to enforce immigration laws.

Sheriff Chuck Jenkins says he does not want the kinds of crimes committed by illegal immigrants in other counties, happening in Frederick. Jenkins, for the past 12 years a signed a “287-g” agreement with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. [Read More]


County Executive Marc Elrich released a statement late Wednesday night saying he had met with local Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials earlier that day.

The meeting caps weeks of tension after Elrich signed an executive order July 22 spelling out how the county would and would not assist ICE. In the days after he signed the order, police charged several men, whom ICE says are in the country illegally, for separate rapes.

Critics of the order say it protects criminals who live in the county illegally.

In his statement, Elrich said: [Read More]




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