Thursday, June 14, 2018

The attempted hijacking of the 2016 presidential election and subsequent coup d'etat against President Trump


 Peter "We'll Stop ItStrzok was working with Comey and recruited by Mueller to be on his team...



Andrew McCarthy/NR: Trey Gowdy statement:
I am alarmed, angered, and deeply disappointed by the Inspector General’s finding of numerous failures by DOJ and FBI in investigating potential Espionage Act violations by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. 
This report confirms investigative decisions made by the FBI during the pendency of this investigation were unprecedented and deviated from traditional investigative procedures in favor of a much more permissive and voluntary approach. This is not the way normal investigations are run. 
The investigation was mishandled. The investigatory conclusions were reached before the end of the witness interviews. The July 5th press conference marked a serious violation of policy and process. And the letters to Congress in the fall of 2016 were both delayed in substance and unnecessary in form. 
Moreover, the treatment afforded to former Secretary Clinton and other potential subjects and targets was starkly different from the FBI’s investigation into Trump campaign officials. Voluntariness and consent in the former were replaced with search warrants, subpoenas, and other compulsory processes in the latter. Many of the investigators and supervisors were the same in both investigations but the investigatory tactics were not.
Former Director Comey violated Department policy in several significant ways. The FBI’s actions and those of former Director Comey severely damaged the credibility of the investigation, the public’s ability to rely on the results of the investigation, and the very institutions he claims to revere. 
The report also conclusively shows an alarming and destructive level of animus displayed by top officials at the FBI. Peter Strzok’s manifest bias trending toward animus casts a pall on this investigation. Bias is so pernicious and malignant as to both taint the process, the result, and the ability to have confidence in either.
The law enforcement community has no greater ally in Congress than me. But continued revelations of questionable decision making by FBI and DOJ leadership destroys confidence in the impartiality of the institutions I have long served, respected, and believed in. 
This is not the FBI I know. This is not the FBI our country needs. This is not the FBI citizens and suspects alike deserve. 
It is now urgently incumbent on Attorney General Sessions and Director Wray to take decisive action to restore Americans’ confidence in our justice system.

Fox News: IG refers 5 agents for investigation

NRO/Andrew McCarthy: Serious problems at FBI

Daily Caller: FBI Agent Strzok: 'We'll stop' Trump!

Federalist: We Are Watching A Slow Motion Coup D'etat

Legal Insurrection: Team Mueller Member Part of 'the Resistance' and Political bias and Clinton email investigation

TOM: In The Mail Box 06.14.18: Twitchy: “Scandal-Free” President Had Name Scrubbed From Comey’s Report On Hillary

Rush Limbaugh: FBI Strzok promises his paramour he will "stop" Trump from becoming President, and American Anchorman Analyzes IG Report Leaks As They Come In

AoSHQ: Feral Instigations BureauCuck PartyFBI getting their guns?Hillary emailsAnother Mueller prosecutor removedIG Report released, seems like a whitewashput a Cork[er] in it

Powerline: Comey and Hillary Respond to IG Report, FBI Lyin' LoversNotes on the IG ReportAnalyze ThisNotes on Clinton email investigationRod Rosenstein: Cult Hero and Rosenstein's Rot

Instapundit: Glenn's take on the OIG reportIsn't it weird (about how Peter Strzok's comment was not leaked sooner), it is a bad year for the FBI and DOJ, Comey broke from FBI protocols and procedures, Sharyl Attkisson: If the goal was to frame one man and his employees everything makes sense, Victor Davis Hanson: The silencing of the Inspector General

5 comments:

  1. Consider this a theory based on what we're seen of how Trump's mind works.

    Let the rot be exposed gradually and in full view of the public. Let the subsequent indictments, trials, convictions, and restructuring come from the people, rather than be seen as a political process. Disgrace the machines that did this completely.

    I mean American Revolution II.

    YMMV.

    PS Do you have to include the entire blog roll, tag list, etc. on every page? You can't imagine how it slows down loading of the pages.

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    1. Unfortunately, a lot of people are not getting it. Trump is doing ok, hence why he is holding at around 50% approval (and probably better than that). But the media is doing all it can to downplay and down peddle it. I suspect Mueller's investigation will ultimately fail (excluding a few lesser players caught in the mess). But what should happen is a Democrat Watergate, with criminal proceedings.

      I limited the page to one post at a time. Does that help with loading?

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    2. A good bit. I know you may be a prisoner of whatever blog theme you use, but I figured I'd bring it up.

      As for Mule Ears, it's not a Trump thing; in the end, it's a they're trying to steal the country from us thing. FWIW, Trump[ seems to be doing better than Reagan, much less Barry, at this point in his Administration, but this is really the public finding out for themselves.

      And don't forget, Watergate was the American Left going after Richard Nixon after some of his operatives gave them an opening. Without the media, it wouldn't have seen any more light than a lot of the Kennedys' shenanigans,

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  2. It's beyond me why Mueller isn't currently doing the "perp walk" in front of some federal courthouse.

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    1. Keep in mind, you need the dirt before the wal;k.

      That's what this is about.

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