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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Yesterday, Trey Gowdy showed Bannon Cambridge Analytica emails about seeking stolen data from Assange and asked of it was “treasonous” (and by “closely affiliated” means board member, equity/debt holder of Cambridge Analytica LLC per WH disclosure)
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @axios
And “somebody close to him” either refers to Rebekah Mercer, Bannon’s former patron, and/or Alexander Nix, CEO of Cambridge Analytica and SCL Elections Ltd (the registered data controller that processed American voter data in London)
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @profcarroll
Prior to yesterday, we’ve observed Democrats probing Cambridge Analytica’s role, especially Feinstein, Warner, Schiff, Conyers, Cummings but now that Gowdy is asking questions, the inquiry is notably more bipartisan. Why it matters:
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @profcarroll
In case you missed it, Trey Gowdy’s newfound interest in interrogating Bannon about Cambridge Analytica’s role in seeking stolen data is an extremely significant development. Keep in mind that Mueller requested emails from the company last fall.
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @profcarroll
Republicans Gowdy and King reported to be angry at Bannon, ready to hold him in contempt. Bannon has significant exposure from Cambridge Analytica and despite denials of wrongdoing by Nix, I can tell you from my legal dealings, it is not a normal company.
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @profcarroll
When Bannon had to disclose his various Mercer-backed roles on his White House disclosure forms, he was supposed to sell his stake in Cambridge Analytica LLC but there are no reports he ever did.
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @profcarroll
Beyond Cambridge Analytica, Bannon and the Mercers discovered Trump’s dirty ties to organized crime in the US and Russia thru their Government Accountability Institute in newly reported oppo research dossier but continue to back Dirty Donald regardless.
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @profcarroll
Speculation: If the White House wasn’t telling Bannon to refuse to answer questions during his interview, then it’s conceivable that he’s cooperating with Mueller to keep Congress (dodgy Republicans) and the White House out-of-the-loop on purpose.
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @profcarroll
In addition to seeking stolen data from Wikileaks, Cambridge Analytica processed Americans voter data in London. Any US voter can obtain proof by requesting their data under UK law, giving us standing for a pending lawsuit in British court.
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 17
Replying to @profcarroll
Interesting to revisit this report on Nadler/Cummings requests to Cambridge Analytica that were denied by Gowdy/Goodlatte because they didn’t want to interfere with Mueller…until now? Also notable that Parscale and CA/SCL didn’t deny foreign contacts.
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David Carroll 🦅 Jan 18
Replying to @profcarroll
Looks like my speculation above about Bannon possibly being muzzled by Mueller for House Intel was incorrect. According to two sources, Bannon was following orders from the president per advice of deputy White House counsel.
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David Carroll 🦅
In response to the Nunes memo, here’s Trey Gowdy on saying that there’s a Russia probe even without the dossier because of an email from Cambridge Analytica, among other reasons.
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Stormy Petrel Feb 3
I thought that show was filmed on Sunday mornings?
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David Carroll 🦅 Feb 3
Replying to @FaceTheNation
Filmed ahead of Sunday’s airing
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hannibal Feb 3
I assume it's the email from Assange to CA?
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Bogdan Belei Feb 3
Anyone who has been following this can see a line between stolen data by Russians, provided to Cambridge Analytica, and then supplied to Trump targeting campaign. This is the closest to collusion we’ll see... but it’s questionable that Mueller can make direct links.
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David Carroll 🦅 Feb 3
Replying to @BogdanBelei
Gowdy is most likely referring to Bekah Mercer & Alexander Nix asking Assange for stolen emails to weaponize them with a search engine. As for questions on voter data, following my UK Data Protection Lawsuit?
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David Carroll 🦅 Feb 3
Nix sought stolen emails thru Assange in June 2016. Bekah Mercer emailed Nix for idea for a search engine for emails in August.
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David Carroll 🦅 Feb 4
Full transcript of the interview
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