What happened yesterday with Robert Mueller’s testimony was a public fiasco. However, for those who have followed the construct of the scheme team assembly from the outset, it was not surprising.
After watching how the special counsel couldn’t respond to appropriate questioning, I sat down to summarize three years of review against the backdrop of Mueller’s appearance and realized everything I was writing was previously written. Almost word for word.
Then I became angry. Not angry in the outrage sense of the word, but angry at the obvious construct to the fraud. A frustrating sense of anger; because if we could see all of this back in early 2018 it must be obvious to those much closer to the epicenter in DC, and yet this fraud just continues.
Responding to reader questions in March 2018 I wrote an article specifically about Robert Mueller and why he was essentially irrelevant in the larger picture. I don’t often request a review of prior research, but this time it’s important. Please read what was written on March 31st, 2018, [SEE HERE]
If we could see the issues, including the cognitive incapacity with Robert Mueller, a full year-and-a-half ago, well, the leadership in around the institutions of government (specifically the DOJ and FBI) would obviously be able to see it; yet nothing was done.
In March 2018 Jeff Sessions was U.S. Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein was Deputy Attorney General, Chris Wray was FBI Director and David Bowditch was Deputy FBI Director.
March 2018 was also eight months before the mid-term election.
That March 2018 article about Robert Mueller was written before the first IG report on Andrew McCabe was released (April ’18). That March 2018 article was written before the IG report on DOJ/FBI bias in the Clinton investigation was released (June ’18); and that article about Robert Mueller’s purpose was written two months before the IG investigation of FISA abuse even began (May ’18).
CTH is not gifted with any foresight or special insight, so if we could see Robert Mueller and his purpose within the “small group” obviously those closest to the issues at hand would know even more and yet…
Hence the frustrated anger.
Here we sit…. in the same place we were in March 2018… waiting, once again for another DOJ Inspector General Report… sometime in the “near” future.
Meanwhile, all of the people in/around the current investigative review of the Inspector General are exactly the same people in/around the prior two investigative reviews of the Inspector General. In essence, the IG investigation that began on January 17th, 2017, is one long continuum of the same IG review still ongoing thirty-one months later.
The only difference in IG report #3 is the subject matter, this time FISA abuse. All of the central characters are exactly the same. All of the institutions being reviewed are exactly the same. It’s one long IG review into exactly the same suspects, and..
…Every minute spent outraged at what Muller did yesterday, is one minute less that Bill Barr has to be worried about being held accountable for what he is not doing today…
♦ President Trump can prove the July 31st, 2016, Crossfire Hurricane counterintelligence operation originated from a scheme within the intelligence apparatus by exposing the preceding CIA operation that created the originating “Electronic Communication” memo. Declassify that two-page “EC” document that Brennan gave to Comey. [The trail is found within the Weissmann report and the use of Alexander Downer – SEE HERE]
♦ Release and declassify all of the Comey memos that document the investigative steps taken by the FBI as an outcome of the operation coordinated by CIA Director John Brennan in early 2016. [The trail was memorialized by James Comey – SEE HERE]
♦ Reveal the November 2015 through April 2016 FISA-702 search query abuse by declassifying the April 2017 court opinion written by FISC Presiding Judge Rosemary Collyer. Show the FBI contractors behind the 85% fraudulent search queries. [Crowdstrike? Fusion-GPS? Nellie Ohr? Daniel Richman?] This was a weaponized surveillance and domestic political spying operation. [The trail was laid down in specific detail by Judge Collyer – SEE HERE]
I disagree with Scott Adams on lots of stuff, but he was right when he said debunking points doesn’t help in arguments with Dems/Progs.
All that happens is you go down a list of points, your opponent on the Left sees those points all get debunked then they go right back to the top of the list!
They just don’t learn.
So, they can’t move past their mistakes.
They just pretend they didn’t hear the debunking happen.
Look at the new term, truthiness.
Truthiness is when something has the appearance of being true.
And that’s enough.
Michael Wolff even put it this way: “If it makes sense to you, if it strikes a cord, if it rings true, it is true.”
No, it’s not.
Things that seem true turn out not to be true all the time.
Look at all the fake hate crimes.
I certainly hope and pray we can trust Barr to honestly investigate and get to the bottom of this coup, because it most definitely WAS a coup. Some department heads worry, I think, about the damage done to their venerable agencies if the facts are exposed, but the damage is ALREADY done and the only way to repair it is full disclosure and reconciliation.
I hate to think that the FBI and the IC are so stupid as to blindly accept the opposition research they got from Hillary at face value and launch numerous investigations against, first, a candidate for US President and, then, a duly elected sitting President. I WANT to have more faith in them, but this reality is very worrisome. OR, the option is that they merely PRETENDED to accept this “evidence” as credible to support investigations designed to infuriate Trump and goad him into doing something… obstruction, perjury… that was actually REAL and illegal.
I can’t say which is worse, but knowing the “evidence” was not only false but supplied as disinformation by Russians and that all the accusations made against this President predicated on that “evidence” were knowingly false yet the investigations not only persisted but multiplied leaves very few options.
July 24, 2019 – GOP blocks election security bills after Mueller testimony
Partisan? How is it partisan to require any campaign—be it for a republican or a democratic candidate—to notify the FBI and the Federal Election Commission of foreign offers of assistance?
Think really hard. Maybe the answer will come to you.
@Greg: The reason is because the effort is already in place and the crap the Democrats are proposing is worthless. What we need is voter ID and prevention of illegal immigrants from voting. We also need to purge voter rolls and stop “vote harvesting”. We need to watch Democrats more closely and make sure they aren’t bringing in their boxes of pre-filled ballots, as they did in Florida in 2018.