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Friday, October 25, 2019

12 facts about the IG investigation



No excitement without an indictment. That said, the investigation of Obama's spying of then-candidate Donald John Trump has reached the panic stage among Democrats, and the media is spinning it as fast as possible.

Here is what we know.

First, U.S. attorney John H. Durham is leading the investigation. He is considered a top-drawer prosecutor. Like Attorney General Bill Barr, Durham seems to be on the side of truth, justice, and the American way.

But please do not call him Bull Durham. I once had faith in Jim Comey and the investigation of Hillary. His investigators destroyed evidence and let her off the hook.

Second, we know Obama used American intelligence to spy on Donald Trump either out of pique over birtherism or more likely out of habit. I believe the latter because the spying on Donald Trump seemed so routine.

Susan Rice was too candid and casual about her role in unmasking when discussing it with CNN. Unmasking was revealing the names and conversations of Americans who were spied upon by the Obama regime in the name of fighting terrorists. She acted as if it were ordinary to wiretap people.

Third, we know the investigation centers on Obama's work with foreign governments and spies to undermine Donald Trump's campaign. We know this because the Mueller Report vindicated President Trump. There is no need to investigate this president because Mueller proved the Russian Collusion to be a hoax.

Fourth, we also know Obama colluded with foreigners to elect Hillary president. That was what the Russian Dossier was all about. The sources of the dossier came from the Kremlin and were collected by a retired British intelligence officer, but do they ever really retire?

Fifth, we know Obama planted the dossier on then-President-elect Trump at an intelligence briefing. We discovered months ago that Obama's administration leaked the planting to CNN in order to give legitimacy to a dossier that the New York Times and Washington Post had seen but passed on reporting six weeks before the election. The Post went with the Billy Bush tape instead.

Sixth, we know that Democrats know what we know. This is not a secret investigation because everyone knows it exists.

Seventh, we know that the Adam Schiff investigation is more than a diversion. The key part of President Donald John Trump's telephone call on July 25 to Ukrainian President Zelensky was not Joe Biden, but rather making sure Ukraine would cooperate with Barr and Durham in investigating the 2016 election.

Eighth, we know that the whistle blower was a spy planted in the White House (likely the building adjacent to it where most of these "White House" sources actually work). Likely, he tipped Democrats to the 2016 portion of the conversation.

Ninth, Biden is expendable. He always was. If he meant anything to Obama, he would have been the candidate in 2016. Remember, it is all about Obama when it comes to Democrats these days. The ship will go down with the captain.

Tenth, we know Peter Strzok is the key to this. Strzok was not a low level FBI agent. He was in charge of the Hillary cover up and the spying on Trump. Strzok was the chief of the Counterespionage Section.  Mueller hired him as his chief FBI investigator, later firing him.

The dude was a made man in the Deep State. Flip him, you flip the whole thing.

Think not? Consider Henry Hill. He was not just a character played by Ray Liotta in the film "Goodfellas." He was a top mobster in the Luchese crime family who flipped for the FBI and put 50 Mafiosos behind bars.

Eleventh, the media began its campaign today to discredit the investigation. Maybe this means the end is near. Maybe not.

The New York Times said, "For more than two years, President Trump has repeatedly attacked the Russia investigation, portraying it as a hoax and illegal even months after the special counsel closed it. Now, Mr. Trump’s own Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into how it all began.

"Justice Department officials have shifted an administrative review of the Russia investigation closely overseen by Attorney General William P. Barr to a criminal inquiry, according to two people familiar with the matter. The move gives the prosecutor running it, John H. Durham, the power to subpoena for witness testimony and documents, to impanel a grand jury and to file criminal charges.

"The opening of a criminal investigation is likely to raise alarms that Mr. Trump is using the Justice Department to go after his perceived enemies. Mr. Trump fired James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director under whose watch agents opened the Russia inquiry, and has long assailed other top former law enforcement and intelligence officials as partisans who sought to block his election.

"Mr. Trump has made clear that he sees the typically independent Justice Department as a tool to be wielded against his political enemies. That view factors into the impeachment investigation against him, as does his long obsession with the origins of the Russia inquiry. House Democrats are examining in part whether his pressure on Ukraine to open investigations into theories about the 2016 election constituted an abuse of power.

"The move also creates an unusual situation in which the Justice Department is conducting a criminal investigation into itself.

"Mr. Barr’s reliance on Mr. Durham, a widely respected and veteran prosecutor who has investigated C.I.A. torture and broken up Mafia rings, could help insulate the attorney general from accusations that he is doing the president’s bidding and putting politics above justice."

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Twelfth, we know disappointment. We have been through the drill too many times to get our hopes up. Observe. Understand. But there is no excitement without an indictment.

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