Posted by DrJohn on 14 January, 2019 at 6:52 pm. 68 comments already!



It’s been an interesting weekend.  We learned a lot. I have long asserted that the FBI was out to take Trump down right from day one. It appears more and more that that is exactly what has and is happening.

Carter Page was a known FBI asset.  He helped them in the past. As a reward, FBI used him as a ruse to spy on Trump, fraudulently obtaining a FISA warrant to allow the FBI to collect collateral information.

As in spy on Trump.

Comey wanted to take down Trump. Nearly a year ago I wrote this:

Comey was after Trump from the beginning

He was.

Certain things set off alarms in your head. Comey set off a lot of alarms. He blew off DOJ protocol when he sent two agents to interview Michael Flynn.

Comey went on to acknowledge the way the interview was set up – not through the White House counsel’s office, but arranged directly with Flynn – was not standard practice. He called it “something I probably wouldn’t have done or maybe gotten away within a more … organized administration.”

He refused to tell Trump who financed the Steele dossier:

“Did you tell him that the Steele dossier had been financed by his political opponents?” Stephanopoulos asked.

Comey replied, “No. I didn’t — I didn’t think I used the term ‘Steele dossier.’ I just talked to him about additional material.”

Stephanopoulos responded by asking, “But did he have a right to know that?”

“That it had been financed by his political opponents? I don’t know the answer to that,” Comey responded. “It wasn’t necessary for my goal, which was to alert him that we had this information.”

Which is curious because to this day Comey insists he does not know who funded the dossier – most likely because an admission he did know would mean he lied to the FISA court.

Comey said telling Trump wasn’t necessary for his goal- to let Trump know he had the goods on him. Byron York:


Comey had goals alright.

Comey effectively killed the Clinton email investigation. Clinton’s exoneration was written long before her interview. Comey’s obviously biased operation and his insubordination led to his dismissal from the FBI. Writing the memo justifying Comey’s termination was none other than Rod Rosenstein.

At the time of Comey’s firing no evidence of Russian collusion had been found. Peter Strzok:

“You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there,” Peter Strzok, who then served as deputy chief of FBI counterintelligence, wrote to FBI lawyer Lisa Page on May 18, 2017.

But when Comey was fired, everything changed. The FBI took on a new role.

Depose the President of the United States. I mean, how dare he exercise his Constitutional authority?

Immediately after Comey was fired the FBI went rogue and began rumor mongering 

CNN reported on Monday that the FBI’s general counsel, James Baker, told House investigators last year that FBI officials debated whether Trump was “acting at the behest of” Russia.

and Andrew McCabe opened a Counter Intelligence investigation against Trump because there wasn’t any evidence to open a criminal investigation.

The FBI abandoned its guidelines in its pursuit of Trump:

A former assistant director of intelligence at the FBI said on Monday that a recent report that a counterintelligence probe was opened into whether President Trump was working on behalf of Russia shows some bureau employees are working outside of Department of Justice guidelines.

“It’s just one more indicator of some individuals who are operating outside of the attorney general guidelines, and normal practices and protocols,” Kevin Brock told Hill.TV’s Buck Sexton and Jamal Simmons on “Rising.”

Former Trump lawyer John Dowd calls it a “soft coup”

Then they play games with his counterintelligence business.I take what was driving me crazy Brian as you know I served as a department just as I did an internal investigation of the FBI back when Director Kelly was there and working with two attorneys general. Let me tell you I’ve never I mean this is our worst nightmare that someone with that kind of power would then decide to go after the President. I mean it’s a coup. That’s what it is an attempted coup by Comey and his crowd. And the evidence is all over there. I take the New York Times article as an admission of their bad behavior.

So here’s what I think. Comey could find nothing on Trump for nine months. He conspires with Rosenstein to have Comey fired, after which Rosenstein would appoint a Special Counsel and give him unlimited latitude to find anything and everything he could to remove Trump. Remember- Comey admitted that he leaked his memos in the hope that it would lead to a Special Counsel.

It’s been rolling around my head for a while and then crystallized when I read a Chuck Ross tweet:

They needed a reason to continue the CI investigation if they were going to find something remotely credible to use to depose Trump. So Rosenstein opened the door for Mueller to chase down family and friends.

For decades old misdeeds the IRS had no interest in.

The FBI has been weaponized against the President of the United States. They have become the Stasi- but worse. Another Special Counsel is needed. One with an unlimited ability and funds to investigate the FBI leadership past and present.

And that could include some democrats.


Trump will declassify the FISA app and it will show that the FBI withheld exculpatory evidence on Carter Page, but he will not do so until after Mueller is done. Which is one reason Mueller is dragging it out as long as possible.


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