Comey must have a sweet immunity deal- or he’s an idiot.

In an earlier post, I stated I was amazed at Comey’s behavior.  Now I’m convinced he has one hell of an immunity deal. His book tour is basically a slow rolling confession, and implication that others were involved in the intentional undermining of a lawfully elected President.

He is implicating  Clapper as the one behind telling Comey to brief the President. Then Clapper, who now works for CNN, appears to have told them, thus giving a “hook” to the story so CNN would run with it.

If you wrote a novel with this as a plot line, your publisher would call this too far out to be believed.

In newly-released personal memos, ex-FBI Director James Comey wrote that he briefed President Donald Trump on unverified claims about an alleged escapade with prostitutes in Moscow in 2013 because “media like CNN had them and were looking for a news hook.”

In actuality, Comey’s very briefing, which was subsequently leaked to CNN, provided the network with the hook to publish a story on the controversial dossier containing the infamous “Russian prostitute” claims as well as unsubstantiated charges of collusion between Russia and members of Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.  CNN’s report resulted in worldwide coverage of the dossier charges.

In its report, CNN noted that the dossier claims were circulating for months among the news media, and that the inclusion of the dossier claims in the briefing with Trump and another with President Obama gave the charges some credibility.

Last night, the redacted and declassified sections of Comey’s 15 pages of memos were released after the documents were sent to Congress by the Justice Department.

Comey recounts a January 6, 2017 briefing with President-Elect Trump at Trump Tower at which he informed Trump about the dossier allegations after other officials left the room and the two of them were alone.

Comey says he told Trump that he was briefing him in part because CNN was looking to run with the story:

I said I wasn’t saying this was true, only that I wanted him to know both that it had been reported and that the reports were in many hands. I said media like CNN had them and were looking for a news hook. I said it was important that we not give them the excuse to write that the FBI has the material or [REDACTED] and that we were keeping it very close-hold. He said he couldn’t believe they hadn’t gone with it. I said it was inflammatory stuff that they would get killed for reporting straight up from the source reports.

In his memoir, published earlier this week, Comey also claims that CNN was a factor in his decision to include the dossier claims in the classified briefing to Trump and another briefing to President Obama.

He wrote:

 Still, I could see no way out of it. The FBI was aware of the material. Two United States senators separately contacted me to alert me to its existence and the fact that many in Washington either had it or knew of it. CNN had informed the FBI press office that they were going to run with it as soon as the next day.

The news hook that CNN in part used to report on the dossier claims was actually the briefing on the matter by Comey, and a similar briefing to President Obama by administration officials.

On January 10, CNN was first to report the leaked information that the controversial contents of the dossier were presented during classified briefings inside classified documents presented one week earlier to Obama and Trump.

The news network cited “multiple U.S. officials with direct knowledge of the briefings” – in other words, officials leaking information about classified briefings – revealing the dossier contents were included in a two-page synopsis that served as an addendum to a larger report on Russia’s alleged attempts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.

The documents were given to the politicians during the briefings delivered by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Comey, CIA Director John Brennan, and NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers, the officials told CNN.

How did the leak get to CNN? Clapper was very close to them, so probably him.  Or…

Valerie Jarrett’s daughter goes to work for CNN in September, under the radar (incestuous enough??).

The New York Post reports that Laura Jarrett, daughter of Valerie Jarrett, was “quietly hired” by CNN in September to work as a reporter in Washington. No formal announcement by the network from that time can be found announcing the hire.

According to her CNN bio page, the Harvard-educated Laura Jarrett has “worked as a litigation attorney in Chicago. In private practice, Jarrett focused on defending companies and individuals in government investigations brought by the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as complex commercial litigation.”

The page makes no mention of her mother serving as a senior adviser to the president for the past eight years.

Prior to starting at CNN in September, Jarrett had no experience in journalism, according to her CNN biography.

Her most recent story filed for CNN.com is titled, “Ethics paperwork still missing for Trump’s billionaire Cabinet picks.”

But the thing about having an ego the size of Comey’s is he can’t see where he’s walking.  Right now he is walking dangerously close to the edge between just being a butt-hurt jerk who wants revenge and someone who violated one of the many, many laws the feds like to use to get people.The DOJ is looking into his actions to see if he did cross the line.

Former FBI Director James Comey has questions to answer, after a report on Friday revealed he leaked at least two memos documenting his conversations with President Trump that contained classified information.

Comey leaked at least two memos with classified information to his friend, former federal prosecutor and Columbia University Professor Daniel C. Richman, documenting his private conversations with President Trump, according to the Wall Street Journal.

His leaking of classified information is currently under investigation by the Justice Department’s internal watchdog.

According to the report, Comey himself redacted elements of one of the memos that he “knew to be classified” before handing it over to Richman.

He reportedly determined that the other memo contained “no classified information,” but after he left the FBI, officials upgraded it to “confidential.”

Last year, Comey implied to senators during a June 8 hearing that the memos he gave to Richman on May 15 after he was fired on May 9 were not classified.

During that hearing, he said he wrote his memos in a way so that they would not be classified, so that the memos could be shared more easily among investigators and within the government, as Breitbart News has reported.

Comey said at the hearing, “If I write it such a way that doesn’t include anything of a classification, that would make it easier for to us discuss within the FBI and the government, and to hold onto it in a way that makes it accessible to us.”

However, his redaction of one of the memos before giving it to his friend shows he knew it was classified.

During that hearing, he also admitted he gave memos to Richman to give to the media for the purpose of prompting a special counsel investigation into Trump.

A source close to Trump’s legal team told Breitbart News at the time that they were planning to file complaints against Comey with the Justice Department inspector general. The DOJ IG’s office had pointed to an existing investigation on Comey, but did not say whether it would be expanded to include the leaking of the memos.

Now I have little faith in the Washington DOJ. They aren’t going to indict Comey. (Can you imagine the fallout??)

First, Comey intentionally tried to be cute by attempting to work around the confidential part by stating he “rewrote” the memos he gave to his professor buddy so he wouldn’t get in trouble.  If you work that hard, you must know you are doing something wrong.  But he claims it is not confidential material, in his opinion, so no problem.  Except he does not get to decide that.  So maybe  a problem.

Second, Comey must have one hell of an immunity deal with Mueller for him to be running around trying to sell his book.  I say this because as Comey talks he tells more and more conflicting tales.  And they are tales! As we speak Comey says he had no idea that McCabe was leaking to the WSJ or that McCabe was hiding Weiner’s laptop.  I will say now Comey is more than likely lying.  How could he NOT be notified by the usual routes that the NYPD had a mirror copy of Weiner’s laptop and were screaming that the FBI do something??

But the DOJ/IG/Mueller crew decided to go with Comey rather than McCabe. I hope Andy kept notes.

In Comey’s interviews it gets more a “I was such a righteous guy in such a difficult position. A boy scout in a sea of corrupt politicians. I did my best…but those other guys.” crappola and less the truth of what  HE did and knew.

It’s like he’s positioning himself for some kind of bailout. Which will involved Mueller I’m sure.  Getting charged with leaking classified information would screw that up.  It would also screw up Mueller and the IG taking Comey’s word for what went down between McCabe and Comey.

I will be interested to know if McCabe kept notes on Comey.  I would be interested to know what notes were kept by Strzok and Page too. And we haven’t even gotten to the rest of the not so small “small group” cabal that is involved which include Lynch, Jarrett, Obama, Yates, Baker, Clapper and Brennan.   It is a rogue gallery for sure, willing to undermine American free will to get their choice in. That is some seriously bad stuff.

One thing for sure. Once stripped of the insulation of the office Comey is exposed as just not being that bright or talented.  Amazing how government draws these types of people to it.  Full of ego, lacking in ethics and integrity.

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Not a care in the world he screwed up and is currently kicking in the nods? That means immunity or stupidity.

Clapper is mad. Hillary is mad. Lynch is mad. Obama is mad. Trump is mad. The IG is mad. Congress is mad.

Good job if the goal was to piss everybody off. Welcome to the twisted ego world of Comey.

 

 

 

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The curious case of Comey and Rosenstein. How do they say and do what they do?

I’ll combine two things.  First, Comey  absolutely convinced me he was doing the right thing in 2016 when he came out and warned America of the Hillary threat, let her in charge and criminality would reign throughout government.  Hillary blames him for her loss- instead of her own actions- but that’s normal for her.  Reid was angry, but within months Reid was conspiring with Comey to release information they both knew was false to damage Trump.

Worse, we find out that Comey knew it was false, passed it on to Trump as possibly true, and didn’t tell him the source was Hillary.  My take is it seems he was using the access and information as a way to “prove” to Trump how vital someone like Comey would be to Trump.  “You got to have people like me around to shield you from things like this Mr President.” kind of thing.  That alone would get someone fired from a job.

Alan Dershowitz tells Tucker Carlson that Comey has lost his mind. He’s right.  What is amazing is he is actually out there telling everyone what he did and what he thought. It’s really revealing.  One meme running around out there is that of the “mean girls” movie.  And whoever put it up isn’t far off.

We are now also hearing that hearing that Comey says he didn’t know McCabe leaked and McCabe said he did, and maybe both are under criminal investigation.  So Comey, the HUGE ego driving idiot he is, writes a book and goes on tour. During which he proves over and over Trump should have fired him sooner!

It is rumored that Comey could be a target of the IG/prosecutor. We now have to deal with the strange story of Rod Rosenstein.  He may be a good guy in general but this attempted soft coup of Donald Trump by the Deep State has put him in a legal trick bag. The fact the feds are ignoring a long established rule of law that say you cannot be a witness or a suspect in an investigation and RUN the investigation is scary.  It seems the Clinton cancer of corruption has infected Rosenstein.

The other rumor is Rosenstein met with Trump and didn’t walk out laughing.  The truth is he should not be laughing as the people who ran the scheme are now talking to the IG/prosecutor.  All they have to say is “Rod knew too.” and it’s done.

As it should be.

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One down, one has to be sat down. It’s the law in the real world.

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Mueller let the cat out of the bag. He is after Trump, not Russians.

My MENSA bright buddy thought Mueller might actually be chasing Russians, not actually targeting Trump.  I disagreed because I didn’t see Podesta indicted or Hillary targeted.  If Mueller did that, then I might reconsider.

Fortunately, I don’t have to worry about winning one of the few arguments I have with my friend. Mueller did me a favor.  This is obviously a way to get inside Trump’s business world and as the Soviets say “Show me the man, I will show you the crime.”   Trump worked in a world where the rules were pretty gray and he ran a little loose.  I’m sure if you looked hard enough you will find him paying off someone like Schumer or Hillary or Bloomberg to get something done for his business, not to mention some local politician.  We know this because Trump told us he did because that is how the world works in his business and in New York.

There isn’t much of a pretense anymore that the Mueller investigation is about alleged Russian campaign collusion.

Maybe it started out about collusion, but it veered off course within a couple of months, when Mueller decided that Paul Manafort needed to be investigated for conduct many years ago having nothing to do with the campaign, or even Russia. Rod Rosenstein created the paperwork in early August 2017 to retroactively expand Mueller’s investigation and justify Mueller conduct that already had taken place.

The raid on Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen’s law office by the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Southern District of New York, was at the referral of Mueller, and signed off by Rosenstein. That raid was a frontal assault on Trump’s business and personal history.

If reporting is accurate, the records seized concerned not just payments to Stormy Daniels, but also the Access Hollywood tape revealed during the campaign. It’s fair to assume that a wide range of records going beyond those salacious topics were grabbed by the FBI, including Trump’s other personal and business dealings over a long period of time.

The seizure of Cohen’s records surely goes more directly to taking down Trump for conduct unrelated to the campaign much less Russian collusion.

The NY Times Editorial Board is honest about the goal, The Law Is Coming, Mr. Trump:

Mr. Trump has spent his career in the company of developers and celebrities, and also of grifters, cons, sharks, goons and crooks. He cuts corners, he lies, he cheats, he brags about it, and for the most part, he’s gotten away with it, protected by threats of litigation, hush money and his own bravado. Those methods may be proving to have their limits when they are applied from the Oval Office. Though Republican leaders in Congress still keep a cowardly silence, Mr. Trump now has real reason to be afraid. A raid on a lawyer’s office doesn’t happen every day; it means that multiple government officials, and a federal judge, had reason to believe they’d find evidence of a crime there and that they didn’t trust the lawyer not to destroy that evidence….

Mr. Trump also railed against the authorities who, he said, “broke into” Mr. Cohen’s office. “Attorney-client privilege is dead!” the president tweeted early Tuesday morning, during what was presumably his executive time. He was wrong. The privilege is one of the most sacrosanct in the American legal system, but it does not protect communications in furtherance of a crime. Anyway, one might ask, if this is all a big witch hunt and Mr. Trump has nothing illegal or untoward to hide, why does he care about the privilege in the first place?

That last highlighted sentence is very instructive. Would the NY Times Editorial Board be willing to give up its attorney-client privilege in litigation against the NY Times? If the NY Times has  nothing illegal or untoward to hide, why would it care about the privilege in the first place?

Alan Dershowitz has been a voice of reason as to the harm done to the protection of the attorney-client privilege by the desire to take down Trump,

Many TV pundits are telling viewers not to worry about the government’s intrusion into possible lawyer-client privileged communications between President Trump and his lawyer, Michael Cohen.

But this analysis completely misses the point and ignores the distinction between the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution on the one hand, and the Fourth and Sixth Amendments on the other.

The Fifth Amendment is an exclusionary rule. By its terms, it prevents material obtained in violation of the privilege of self-incrimination from being used to incriminate a defendant – that is, to convict him or her of a crime.

But the Fourth and Sixth Amendments provide far broader protections: they prohibit government officials from in any way intruding on the privacy of lawyer-client confidential rights of citizens.

In other words, if the government improperly seizes private or privileged material, the violation has already occurred, even if the government never uses the material from the person from whom it was seized.

Not surprisingly, therefore, firewalls and taint teams were developed in the context of the Fifth Amendment, not the Fourth or Sixth Amendments. Remember who comprises the firewall and taint teams: other FBI agents, prosecutors and government officials, who have no right under the Fourth and Sixth Amendments even to see private or confidential materials, regardless of whether it is ever used against a defendant.

The very fact that this material is seen or read by a government official constitutes a core violation….

If the ordinary citizen sees that even the president’s confidential communications with his lawyer can be seized and perused, he or she will be far less willing to engage in such communications. As a society we value such communications; that is why our laws protect them and that is why it should be extremely difficult for the government to intrude upon them, except as a last recourse in extremely important cases.

From what we know, this case does not meet those stringent standards….

Someday soon, government is going to have to justify its decision to conduct this raid. I challenge any reader who is not concerned about the raid to honestly answer the following question: If the raid had been conducted on Hillary Clinton’s lawyer’s office and home, would you be as unconcerned?  The truth now!

Alan Dershowitz is right. And as others have said to liberals, before you get all excited imagine a warrant executed on Barack’s lawyer’s home and office and the same for Holder, Lynch and Clinton?  Imagine the upcoming warrant service on the Clinton Foundation for any NUMBER of violations!  (That assuming there is such a thing as equal justice.)   Will the NY Times jump up and down in glee?

I doubt it.

But the point here is the “Deep State” uni-party hates Trump.  Because he represents a threat to upset their multi-billion dollar pig slop trough.   Here is the best video showing exactly the nightmare Trump is to them. And “Them” is a lot of people.

 

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Has Comey lost his nut? Or did Mueller give him immunity?

James Comey fooled me. I liked the guy and felt he had walked a tightrope when he warned America that the fix was in on the HRC email scandal (and it was).  What he didn’t say was that he was balls deep in the fix!  And that’s a bad thing.  Now we see the real Comey, after Trump fired him and Comey is thought to have broke the law by feeding his buddy confidential government documents in order to get back at Trump.

And he’s  tad crazy. He is Diogenes.

The source said Comey’s comments, in his first interview since being fired by President Trump last May, will generate headlines and “certainly add more meat to the charges swirling around Trump.”

According to the source:

  • The Comey interview left people in the room stunned — he told George things that he’s never said before.
  • Some described the experience as surreal. The question will be how to fit it all into a one-hour show.
  • Comey answered every question.
  • If anyone wonders if Comey will go there, he goes there.

What’s next: Comey’s book,A Higher Loyalty,” is out next Tuesday. He taped the interview Monday at his Washington-area home.

Remember Comey may be forced to testify in an upcoming criminal case.  McCabe said Comey told him to leak information to the press. Comey says, under oath, he didn’t.  If McCabe is indicted for that, and other crimes, guess who gets to testify against his buddy?

Worse, Comey is under a cloud himself. That whole keeping notes then leaking them because you are mad at your former boss is a crime.  It is especially offensive because had Trump kept him, he would have said NOTHING!  Comey has turned out to be just another ego maniac, self centered ladder climber- like his buddy Mueller.  They just cultivated their “above reproach” public persona.

But Comey acts like he is untouchable. Which makes you wonder if Mueller and the DOJ gave him the same kind of immunity Cheryl Mills got in the HRC scandal.

It would be good to know.

 

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Twitter CEO reminds us they just don’t get the rest of America. And the fact he’s surrounded.

I saw this story in a couple of places. It just reminds me of the book and movie series “The Hunger Games.”  It is a great way to teach young teens about the threats of tyrants and authoritarianism. I cannot remember how many good conversations I had with my daughter and son when they finished the first book.  They asked why a government and an elite group would treat the lesser classes the way they did. I said simply, “Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”  I highly recommend every young teen read the books. Then talk to them.

In this particular example of a “Capital City” occupant dismissing the masses, the Twitter CEO thinks it’s a good idea to expand his way of thinking by destroying the Republican party and taking over middle America by expanding his “California” way of life to every place.

The chief executive officer of Twitter, one of the big social media titans, has declared on his own Twitter account that a long, grotesque screed about driving Republicans from public life and turning the whole political configuration of the U.S. into California is a “great read.”  One of his board members thought so, too, tweeting it first and calling it “interesting.”

This from the guy who claims that his social media site is non-partisan and wouldn’t dream of censoring others.

It rather goes beyond the realm of one man’s opinion in his case.  What we are seeing here is a mask coming off, a social media titan vowing that his agenda is to eliminate an entire side of the political spectrum, and Twitter finally admitting that it’s an operation all about actively promoting left-wingery, as the continuous bans and shadow-bans of conservatives show.  All of this calls into question whether Twitter should be as unregulated as the Silicon Valley elite insists.

Twitchy has a full rundown of the CEO’s outrageous endorsement tweet and the response that followed.  Kurt Schlichter has the best response, knowing how the world works, and Democrats in particular:

Businesses that choose a side should choose wisely. https://t.co/VqstT0YoH3

— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) April 6, 2018

Now, Jack Dorsey looks like President Snow of the Games.

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Tucker Carlson made a point the other night by reminding us elite Californians are living in a dream world, full of power and money and status, while their real world crumbles. But because they are not affected by it, they refuse to see it. So Dorsey thinks his bankrupt state is a good example of how all states must act.  Which is just dumb.  That’s the difference between Dorsey and the fictitious Snow.  Snow at least realized that his power was always under threat of revolution.

Here are some photos of the homeless tent city  in LA along the river.

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In Dorsey’s case, he is just another tech nerd who thinks a beard and a two hundred dollar hair cut will make him less geeky.  Where he lives he can’t see the above. It doesn’t exist to him, but he wants to import this to America, like California did to Washington and Oregon.

 

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Homeless in Oregon

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Seattle homeless. Thanks California

Dorsey doesn’t get just how powerless he is.  The author of the piece thinks Kurt’s response is great. I saw another on a blog post I thought was far better.  It simply said that Dorsey should look at a map before he starts talking about revolution and destroying America to make it more like his elitist California.  Why?  Because if you look at the map Dorsey- and his nerd buddies- are surrounded.

Two seconds after people stop using Twitter, Dorsey’s just a rich, liberal power hungry person stuck in a state surrounded by real Americans with his back against an ocean.  Not exactly the place to be when you want to start “destroying” other humans.

 

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Conquer this moron.

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DOJ and Rosenstein are slow walking documents to protect Rosenstein. He has to step aside.

For the love of God people, he is at least a witness and at most a suspect!

And yet, we wake up every day realizing that the bureaucracy runs the government, not the elected officials.  That should scare you if you are a liberal, a conservative or a flaming commie! It’s not like we haven’t seen this dance before.  Jeezzz guys enough! They WORK FOR YOU, cut off the funding and send them all packing if they do not comply.

After flouting the Thursday deadline for producing documents subpoenaed by the House Intelligence Committee related to the FISA surveillance of a member of the Trump campaign, the Department of Justice Friday sent a letter that appears to comply – barely, and in a back-handed manner.  CNN was the first to obtain the letter, which is copied below in its entirety.  This choice of vehicle for the leak likely means that the source is not favorable to Trump.  The letter is signed not even by a principal at the DOJ, but by a secretary on behalf of Stephen E. Boyd, deputy attorney general.

The cave-in is only partial.  Members of both the House and Senate Intelligence Committees will be able to see the FISA applications in their entirety, but only in a room at the Department of Justice, where the normal procedure is to forbid any notes or photographs being made of the classified documents.

A second concession is the speed-up of delivery of requested documents:

Separately, Justice Department spokesman Ian Prior said the department on Monday will supplement its document production to the House Judiciary Committee by producing another 1,000 pages of materials in response to a subpoena issued by committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte.

At this point, several members of Congress are asking quietly if they can remove Rosenstein. He could do more, he refuses. That’s wrong.  He gets fired.

Saturday, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) said that if Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein does not turn over the unredacted documents requested by Congress related to FISA, FBI and more then impeachment could be in order.

“Rod Rosenstein can call Michael Horowitz, who has the documents, and say just give them to Congress. If he doesn’t do that … there is a growing consensus of holding them in contempt of Congress, but it’s not enough to stop there. We have to have someone willing to do the job. If the deputy attorney general is not willing to do it and not willing to allow us to have our Constitutional Oversight Authority supported, then we’ll find someone who can,” said Meadows on Fox News Channel’s “Justice.”

Rosenstein is a bureaucrat who works within whatever system is paying him.  Ethics and morals are not strong suits for lawyers, and government lawyers appear to be the worst ones of the bunch when it comes to doing the right thing.   I get he’s pinched between the bad things he allowed to happen and the demand that those bad acts be exposed, but he did it to himself so I have no sympathy.

My curiosity revolves around whether or not he testified in front of the IG and what did he say?  We know he signed a FISA warrant, one that has been proven to be false.  So why did he do it? Who told him to? Did he question the validity? Did he know it was false?  Any one of these question throws him into the witness/suspect category.  It would be like a police officer involved in a shooting doing the investigation about that shooting!  It might be a good shoot, but nobody is going to believe that because of how the investigation is being conducted.

He may be a good guy just trying to do his job inside a system that is corrupt. He may not be alone, but that doesn’t matter. He has to go. If Sessions is tainted Rosenstein is neck deep in stinky, corrupt, dead animal smelling taint!

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The fox guarding the hen house. Enough.

 

 

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The danger of “jumping on the bus” mentality of liberals is met head one by a citizen. And it is amazing.

Finally, enough bull and a reminder to the people who think taking guns from Americans is a way to political victory.  The trouble with liberals is they like to one up the other liberal.  If normal people don’t stand up and pump the brakes, the nation careens into the ditch.

This guy pumped the hell out of the brakes.

 

David Hogg who….

 

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Lisa Page sends McCabe flying under the bus that was meant for her. Smart girl.

There is a saying about criminals- they have no loyalty or honor.  Even if those criminals are federal DOJ/FBI employees the saying still applies. At this point, it’s everyone for themselves as the Trump destroyer is cutting their little boat in half.

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The FBI/DOJ cabal ship is going down. The smart rats are jumping. Rosenstein has to jump too. Eventually.

Lisa Page realized, as did Peter Strzok, that they were the expendable ones in the drive by McCabe for the coveted Director of the FBI position-which he was going to get if HRC won.

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Part of the small group. One on the left lost out on musical chairs.

 

Instead, McCabe was confronted with the least of his crimes-leaking favorable information to the media to control the narrative- and he lied about it.  The first two times it appears the IG didn’t have all the testimony or documents. The next two times McCabe lied, the IG had the documents and had the testimony of Lisa Page– and McCabe STILL tried to lie his way out of it!!

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired last month for committing three violations of the bureau’s ethics code, an investigative source told Fox News on Thursday.

The violations initially were uncovered by the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General and confirmed by the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility. They included lack of candor under oath, lack of candor when not under oath, and the improper disclosure of non-public information to the media about the FBI investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

The violations stemmed from McCabe’s response to an October 2016 Wall Street Journal report about sizeable campaign donations from Democrats to McCabe’s wife, Jill, during her campaign for the Virginia State Senate. The investigation found that McCabe instructed FBI lawyer Lisa Page and FBI public affairs chief Michael Kortan to work with the Journal’s reporter to set the record straight.

The source said Page’s statements to investigators were “critical” because they directly contradicted her boss, McCabe.

According to the source, McCabe’s lack of candor about the contact with the Journal reporter led to his firing. The source added that Page’s testimony about the matter contradicted McCabe’s. Then-FBI Director James Comey claimed he never authorized the leak to the Journal.

The fact that the text messages came out is just the tip of the iceberg on the documents I’m sure the IG possesses now.  The feds record everything.  Plus the “small group” of conspirators believed HRC was going to win and none of this would come out, so why be careful right?

As for Comey throwing McCabe under the bus…well shit rolls downhill.  Comey thinks he’s a demi-god of righteousness.  Unless McCabe kept notes on his dealings with Comey, then it’s a pansy said, pansy said moment.

On a side note, my buddy – who worked with the FBI for awhile – talked to me the other day and said, “I finally remembered where I heard McCabe’s name before. It was bugging me.  Then I remember he was the idiot in charge of the division I was working with and had implemented so many bad policies that the poor guys in the field were worried they couldn’t do anything without it going south. It was frustrating.”  So maybe McCabe wasn’t all that as he rose in the ranks without really being a good street cop or a street agent.  Just because you wear a badge doesn’t mean you are good at what you do.

Or honest, apparently.

An update of sorts.  It appears his “go fund me page” was created by a PR person and former Obama employee.  Since McCabe is worth millions and his wife is a doctor, one wonders why he needs the money. So this effort may be just another way to “pay forward” another bribe.  An interested party should get the list of “donors” to his defense fund.  I’m thinking they are simple LLC corps like; “Don’t talk LLC”, “Remember what happened to Barry in Mena LLC”, “Clinton says shut up LLC” and my favorite “Fredo takes a boat ride LLC”

 

 

 

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As the twisted coil of thread unravels in the spying on Trump scandal we see the White House.

Of course they did. The Obama hold overs are trying to hide the involvement by redacting the texts of documents.  This is bad guys, really, really bad.   No one believes the government anymore.  Which is one BIG reason the jury acquitted the wife of the Pulse nightclub terrorist, Omar Mateen.   The jury actually mentioned in their press release how they recognized the inconsistencies in the FBI notes, saying they wished the FBI had taped the interview (they don’t but should).

In addition, the jury AND AMERICA found out the terrorist’s father was a FBI informant…for a DECADE!  Which explains how the Obama FBI did not follow up on the complaint made by Omar’s co-workers that he was a terrorist in the making. If you want to follow the logic of aiding and abetting- look at the FBI to be guilty in the deaths of those poor souls!  The jury got that.

It is all corrupt and the jury applied that suspicion of corruption to the wife’s case. Oh she knew, but so did the dad. They were thinking if he skates, she skates.  No federal investigation ever took place into why Mateen was not targeted, and we now know why.

Look for more federal cases, which look easy, take dumps when the jury gets it.  THIS is the downside to being corrupt and abusive with the power the people give you.

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Then and now. How the Left mimics Mao with YOUR kids.

Let me make it simple. The Left’s long march is coming to a head. If our national leaders submit to the false pressure put upon them by the Left’s newest effort our nation will be in danger.  Even if they hold off this onslaught, the “soldiers” of the Left will change voting dynamics in certain locations and maybe we will see a swing to democrats in the fall.

Regardless, the REAL danger isn’t just today’s protests, but the ruining of the minds of our youth.  Many kids have avoided the effort, but far too many have submitted to the evil teachings of the Progressive movement.

The other real problem here is that our older generation, who were actually taught history, failed to strangle this movement’s in the beginning. As it has been put many times, our First amendment has been used against the nation as a way to allow bad thoughts and ideas to survive and infect the populace.  We are a big nation, and the people think we can survive blow after blow after blow.

We cannot.  Just as China could not, Russia could not, Germany could not.   In Russia and Germany the revolutionaries destroyed the status quo and the communists took over in Russia and eventually the Nazis took over Germany.  In China, it was the communist Mao who completely dominated China.   In that effort ALL of them targeted the youth and sold to the youth the lie they were critical to the success of that nation.  Let’s just go to the photos to illustrate the comparative moments in history.

Here is Mao’s Red Guard- mostly young students.

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These “kids” murdered people, imprisoned people, beat people, ruined people- for the “revolution.”

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These kids were indoctrinated from youth to become Hitler’s soldiers.

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Communist  youth in the USSR

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Misguided, mal-educated, American youth. If they knew history, they would stop this.

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All this guy needs is a red book, an arm band or a brown shirt. Every generation deals with the same self deluded  crazies.

 

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