Feb. 14, 2018 Newslinks

CIA Ex-Director Brennan’s Perjury Peril (By Paul Sperry, RealClearInvestigations)
“House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes next plans to investigate the role former CIA Director John Brennan and other Obama intelligence officials played in promoting the salacious and unverified Steele dossier on Donald Trump — including whether Brennan perjured himself in public testimony about it.”

Michael Flynn Guilty Plea — Questions Raised about FBI & Robert Mueller’s Investigation (By Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review)
“New developments in Flynn’s case raise questions about the circumstances under which he pled guilty to lying to the FBI.”

Putin had to approve Russian attack on US troops (By Ralph Peters, New York Post)
“It was inevitable. Russian “mercenaries” attacked a forward base in Syria where they knew American advisors were stationed. It was a test. And our military passed.”

Up to 200 Russian advisers killed in last week’s clash with US forces in Syria (Debka.com)

“In the first military clash between US and Russian forces in Syria, more than 200 Russian “mercenaries” are reported killed, scores more injured. US military sources first reported that 100 Russian “advisers” were killed and dozens injured in a US attack on Syrian and allied pro-Iranian forces on Feb. 8.”

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