Saturday, January 20, 2018

"The Time Has Come" The Walrus Said...


By Michael Rozeff

All hell is breaking loose in Washington D.C. tonight after a four-page memo detailing extensive FISA court abuse was made available to the entire House of Representatives Thursday. The contents of the memo are so explosive, says Journalist Sara Carter, that it could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and the Department of Justice and the end of Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation.”

The scandal may have to be renamed because it’s really not about Russia. It has two or three facets. It’s about people in government using the powers of government illegally to let Hillary off the hook. Then it’s about sabotaging the Trump campaign through Russia-related charges. This leads into the dossier, the FISA aspect, spying on the Trump campaign and the entire “soft coup”. The current 4-page memo that we have yet to see but which is causing a big stir should open the box to much more.

After this memo is made public, which won’t take long, this will catalyze even further investigation and revelations that will show who colluded and acted with malice aforethought to influence the upcoming 2016 election through illegal use of government offices and powers. This will take in figures in the Obama administration that go right up to Obama himself, the Democratic campaign, both Clintons, the FBI and the Department of Justice. It will reveal those intelligence officials and those in Congress from both parties who participated in subsidiary ways as by transmitting the Steele dossier.

There have been quite a few revelations already in the past month or two, like the role and firing of Peter Strzok, a senior FBI agent, and the role of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. The soft-pedaling of the Hillary Clinton e-mail case is part of this multi-faceted scandal.

The Mueller investigation is part of this scandal. It is implicated too and presents a third facet of the case. It’s corrupt, illegal, biased and dangerous in its power as I’ve suggested before (here and here). It belongs more to the Stalin era than to a country that has a Fourth Amendment to its Constitution.

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2 comments:

Pascal Fervor said...

There is one thing that remains troubling. Perhaps his silence is a sign of wisdom, but the former senator from Alabama has been nowhere to be seen. Speaks softly and carry a big stick is so long forgotten.

ΛΕΟΝΙΔΑΣ said...

I agree with you. There is much that troubles me regarding the current POTUS, especially in the foreign policy department. The best I can say in his behalf is he ain't Hellary.