4 people arrested for arson in west coast wildfires
The local FBI office is denying reports that "extremists" were responsible for setting the fires. Since people have actually been arrested and charged, we can only take that as a denial that the people involved were "extremists" with, presumably, links to the two groups known to be actively burning things down lately: Black Lives Matter and Antifa. But, there are also reports that several of the arson incidents were coordinated.
Allegations about Biden getting gropy with a Secret Service girlfriend
The allegation is that Biden "cupped the breast" of a Secret Service agent's girlfriend during a photo op, and the agent was pissed enough to shove Biden. The Secret Service admitted documents existed but claimed they were destroyed. The allegation itself doesn't speak well of either the agent or Biden, but it would serve as crucial confirmation that Biden's groping is a real problem and not just people looking uncomfortable in pictures.
Of course it would be better if the agent personally came out to talk about it, but there are likely a lot of career reasons and even legal reasons he might not want to do that.
Amicus filed in Flynn case, assisted by attorney for a material witness
Gleeson filed his amicus brief in the Flynn case. No surprise, he's arguing that the dismissal should be denied and alleges without evidence that it is a pressure campaign by Trump for political purposes. (Clue: Trump is President and doesn't need pressure campaigns; he can validly issue orders if he so chooses. Barr has denied both orders and pressure campaigns.)
Notably, Gleeson was assisted in his brief by colleague David O'Neil, who is representing ex-DOJ official Sally Yates. Yates is a material witness to the events of the Flynn case and clearly has personal interests in how it is resolved.
Unlike Obama, he actually did something to deserve the nomination. Specifically, he brokered peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and improved relations with North Korea, with other negotiations ongoing, all while avoiding US involvement in additional wars.
Why is Strzok claiming that the FBI "did nothing wrong"?
Well, it's perhaps better to ask why he is making that claimnow. It's because there is an FBI rule about making announcements that could influence election results within a 60 day window before the election, and we are just now inside the window. Strzok figures he is safe from being contradicted (or charged!) between now and the election. And he figures that if Biden wins, he's safe permanently.
He's probably right about being safe if Biden wins. But there's a flaw in the other part of the plan.
Almost no one was involved in the Spygate conspiracy is currently running for office. So Strzok and all of his FBI friends may not be as safe as they think. The only one involved who is actually running for anything is Biden, and no one expects Durham to actually try to reach that high. The rest of the conspirators are basically hiding under Biden's umbrella. If Durham is serious, that may not turn out well for them.
Pientka is one of the FBI figures involved in SpyGate who may have been cooperating with Durham. Now he's being interviewed by Senate investigators. This may mean his cooperate with Durham has come to a happy ending.
Trump met with Mueller just one day before Mueller took the Special Counsel position investigating Trump. Trump has stated Mueller was interviewing to be FBI director. Mueller told Congress he was there to talk to Trump about the job not to interview for it. Judicial Watch has uncovered documents confirming Trump's side of the story, which means Mueller could be on the hook for lying to Congress.
The deception is also evidence of deceptive intent for the people involved, which Durham may find helpful.
The Second Amendment Foundation has been doing a great job on the legal front, an area where the NRA has been mostly absent. With the NRA being distracted and threatened by internal issues and external threats, we need to support the people who can devote their full attention to protecting and advancing legal recognition of our right to arms. This lawsuit is challenging abuse of California's waiting period laws, alleging deliberate and illegal delays of firearms purchases. If anti-gun politicians and police can arbitrarily violate the law to prevent people obtaining tools for self-defense, the right no longer exists. We need these challenges to keep regulatory agencies honest.
Struggle sessions force employees to publicly post blackmail material
This is an incredibly stupid idea, but that doesn't seem to have stopped anyone. You don't force people to confess their "sins" against racial justice and then publicly post the confessions. Not only is that itself horribly offensive, but the material is then available to target those individuals in their personal lives and may well follow them for the rest of their life. And these are government workers with security clearances.