She orders the FBI to shape up after its abuses, but that isn’t nearly enough.
Kimberley StrasselThe accountability point that we've long warned about: FBI says "its applications were kosher because a court approved them, while the court now fingers the FBI for deception. But so far no individuals have been held accountable.."
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Obtaining phone logs of political rivals is a stunning abuse of congressional power.
Kimberley StrasselFrom my new column: “There does not appear to be any basis to believe that a congressional committee is authorized to subpoena telephone records directly from a provider..." says former Attorney General Michael Mukasey.
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His broad definition of bribery would capture Joe’s work in Ukraine.
Kimberley Strassel"Let’s assume, for the sake of argument, that Mr. Schiff’s bribery definition is correct and should be the impeachment standard. Why then wouldn’t Joe Biden’s actions in Ukraine in 2015 also be an impeachable bribe?"
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