Victor Davis Hanson lays it out here.
Former FBI Director James Comey’s testimonies cannot be reconciled with those of his own deputy director Andrew McCabe. He falsely testified that the Steele dossier was not the main basis for obtaining FISA court warrants. On at least 245 occasions, Comey swore under oath that he either did not know, or could not remember, when asked direct questions about his conduct at the FBI.
Andrew McCabe currently is under criminal referral for lying to federal investigators about leaking to the media. He and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein each have accused each other of not telling the whole truth about their shared caper of trying to force President Trump out of office by invoking the 25th Amendment.
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has admitted to lying under oath to Congress—and since lied about his earlier admission of that lying. His recent sworn congressional testimony of not having leaked information about the Steele dossier to the media is again likely to be untrue, given that Clapper had admitted to speaking to CNN’s Jake Tapper about the dossier’s contents. CNN, remember, would in turn go on to hire the mendacious Clapper as an analyst. And once on air, Clapper would insist that Trump was both a Russian asset and thus guilty of collusion crimes greater than those of Watergate. Lies. All lies.
The Executive is now going to go after all the liars and those in the government who suborned those lies and those who lied to the FISA courts, Congress and the People and perhaps the Hillary for serious crimes committed while Secretary of State under Obama and quite possibly, go after Obama and Jarrett for their scheme to overthrow the President of the United States because this whole fiasco originated in the diseased brains of both those two who really do think they're smarter than you are.
The Democrats have sown. Now toss Trump the keys to the combine.ReplyDelete
If there was justice, they would all be drafted to fill the crew of an LCS homeported in Adak and have to spend the next 5 years there struggling to get underway and stay underway for more than a week without a breakdown before being allowed to go home. Also, they would have to live aboard, no family since the base at Adak was shut down some time ago. It goes without saying that our modern USN would never demand such suffering from any Navy personnel.Delete
It still sounds like a Good Idea.ReplyDelete