Tom Fitton on what indictments mean for collusion narrative

Posted by Jimmy Minnish on February 18, 2018 under Links | Be the First to Comment

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton isn’t impressed with the conveniently timed announcement by the corrupt Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein, of indictments against 13 Russians and 3 Russian companies. There’s more to the sudden release of these indictments than meets the eye, it’s a self-serving act on behalf of the deep state to save themselves and their inquisition.

Fitton, “This indictment, where they found, despite all of the king’s horses and all the king’s men, not one American colluded with the Russians.” Hegseth takes some exception to Fitton’s comments, saying, “Some Americans did collude with the Russians and it looked like it was the Democrats and the Hillary Clinton campaign.

What Did Comey Tell President Trump about the Steele Dossier?

Posted by Jimmy Minnish on February 15, 2018 under Links | Be the First to Comment

RUSH: To me, it’s also a blockbuster. It’s by Andy McCarthy. Remember, we had the news yesterday that Susan Rice — or a couple of days ago now that Susan Rice — had written a memo to herself on the day Trump got inaugurated recounting a meeting that Obama and his law enforcement and legal advisers had, and the purpose of her email was to memorialize this meeting.

It’s the meeting in which she quotes Obama as telling all of his underlings (impression), “We’re gonna do this by the book! We’re gonna do it by the book.” The new theory is… You remember how Trump was…? Why did he fire Comey? Trump fired Comey in part — in large part — because Comey would not tell the public what Comey had told Trump. Comey had told Trump that he was not a suspect, that he was not a target. Mr. McCarthy believes that Comey was lying to Trump, that when he told Trump that he wasn’t a target, what he was saying was, “Your name is not on the FISA warrant.”

What in truth was happening is Trump was the target all along! Trump was the suspect all along, and that’s why Comey would not publicly exonerate Trump, because he couldn’t. And that the meeting that was held between Obama and his hirelings on January 5th was to plot a way to continue the investigation of Trump after Obama had left office! They conspired to come up with a way to continue the investigation while Obama was gone, after he was gone, and it centered on making Trump believe he wasn’t the target.

In other words, if James Comey had gone to Trump and said, “Mr. Trump, we have learned the dossier was written by Christopher Steele, who had been paid by Hillary Clinton. We can’t verify any of it. What we have learned is that it is actually a political opposition research document determined to destroy you,” that Trump would have blown a gasket and fired everybody and told the American public what was going on. But that’s not what Comey told Trump.

What Comey told Trump was, “You’re not a target.” He showed him only one part of the dossier, the golden showers part. He didn’t show him the whole thing. He alluded to it but didn’t show him all. He showed him the golden showers and said, “We haven’t verified this. It’s an example how bad it is out there. You’re not a suspect.” But Comey was stretching the truth because the only extent to which Trump was not a suspect is Trump’s name was not on the FISA warrant.

What Comey was telling Trump was, “No, no, no. No, no. We haven’t gotten a warrant to spy using your name.” They’d done that in the name of Carter Page. So the trick that Comey and Obama played — that Susan Rice wrote a memo to memorialize as legal — was to find a way to continue the investigation of Trump while convincing him he wasn’t the target so that he wouldn’t stop it, and they did that by telling him privately, “You’re not a suspect. You’re not a target.”

But that wasn’t only to the extent that his name wasn’t on the FISA warrant. The fact of the matter is this whole thing has always been about no one else but Trump. It’s never really been about Carter Page. It’s never been about Manafort. All of this, from the get-go, was about nailing Trump! And it still is! And they needed a way to make sure Trump would not shut the investigation down. And the way they did that was to tell him he wasn’t the target.

And so when Trump realizes he’s not the target, well, then okay, go do your job. You know, be easy on Flynn. That’s the Andy McCarthy piece today. And both of these pieces are dynamite blockbuster. And you’ll forgive me for mentioning, but news happens fresh every day and I don’t want this to get swept under the rug, and I don’t want it to become old before I pass it on to you, because this issue of getting rid of Trump — even the Florida shooting is about that, the aftermath of the Florida shooting.

You can see news stories where the people in Florida don’t want Trump to say anything. They don’t care about Trump’s compassion. The Drive-Bys are trying to blame Trump for this in any number of ways. So the focus of the American left, the Democrat Party, regardless the issue, remains getting Donald Trump, paralyzing his presidency, winning the 2018 midterms, and impeaching him. That remains the day-to-day objective.

That’s why they’re frustrated that the Rob Porter story has been taken off the front page by the Florida shooting.

It wasn’t the collusion that started the investigation, it was concern that someone really had her emails

Posted by Jimmy Minnish on February 5, 2018 under Links | Be the First to Comment

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The story we’ve all been handed from the democrats is that the investigation into Trump is about collusion with Russia. There is not a shred of evidence to support that contention but that hasn’t stopped democrats from repeating it. But what if that’s only a cover story?

One of the early targets of the Russia accusation is Carter Page. Page is frequently called an idiot, but he isanything but and idiot:

Page graduated in 1993 from the United States Naval Academy; he was a Distinguished Graduate (top 10% of his class) and was chosen for the Navy’s Trident Scholar program, which gives selected officers the opportunity for independent academic research and study.[10][11][12] During his senior year at the Naval Academy, he worked as a researcher for the House Armed Services Committee.[13] He served in the Navy for five years, including a tour in western Morocco as an intelligence officer for a United Nations peacekeeping mission.[13] In 1994, he completed a master of arts degree in National Security Studies at Georgetown University.[13

His efforts for Donald Trump have resulted in a non-stop colonoscopy for Page. He has been accused of being a spy. ABC said that the Russians tried to recruit him- unsuccessfully- but that hasn’t stopped media outlets from asserting that he ‘was recruited” by Russia.

I had a discussion with a liberal who insisted that Page was a Russian agent but called it ‘capitalism” when Bill Clinton visited Putin’s home and walked away with $500,000 the next day, but that’s how discussions with liberals go.

The thing is, Page has been under surveillance by US intelligence agencies since 2014. That obviously has netted nothing as Page remains a free man untouched by the Mueller probe. Without a doubt, the obama regime knows everything Page knows.

Michael Flynn is another victim, making the mistake of getting paid $45,000 for a speech in Moscow. That’s nothing more than crumbs in contrast to Bill Clinton’s haul. “He sat next to Putin!” screamed liberals, ignoring the fact that Jill Stein sat at the same table.



Flynn got caught in a stupid process crime, having been lured into a perjury trap by Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok. He had no chance.

All we heard about Trump was “Russia, Russia, Russia” and liberals reminded of the existence of the “dossier” at every opportunity. As its fatal flaws are revealed, the game plan is switching- to someone no one had ever heard about not long ago.

George Papdopoulos.

In April of 2016 Papadopoulos met with one Joseph Mifsud, a Maltese academic who claimed that the Russians had ‘”thousands of emails” relating to Hillary Clinton.’ About three weeks later, Papadopoulos slams down a few at a London wine house and brags to Australia’s top diplomat Alexander Downer that Russia had political dirt on Hillary Clinton. Nothing happened immediately, but then

The possibility of Clinton’s emails being in the hands of the Russians, and then possibly being transmitted into the Trump campaign was the lynch pin for the investigation.

The emails.

So why is this important? The timing. What has happening at this very time?

The Clinton email scandal “investigation.” As we now know, the FBI Clinton email investigation was a sham. It was not conducted in a serious manner. James Comey had already decided Hillary Clinton was innocent long before her interview.

The Judiciary Committee reviewed transcripts, which were heavily redacted, indicating Comey began drafting the exoneration statement in April or May 2016, before the FBI interviewed up to 17 key witnesses, including Clinton and some of her close aides.

April or May. Right around the time Papadopoulos was shooting his mouth off.

It is no wonder the FBI jumped on this. If the Russians did indeed have Clinton’s missing emails and they got into the hands of the Trump campaign it could have absolutely blown up Comey’s so-called investigation.

The irony?

The FBI affidavit implies Mifsud may have been “played” by the Russians.

“The Russian government and its security and intelligence services frequently make use of non-governmental intermediaries to achieve their foreign policy objectives,” it said. “The Russian government has used individuals associated with academia and think-tanks in such a capacity.”

Poor George got caught in another process crime. And Mifsud has disappeared.

The Russian investigation didn’t being as collusion. It began as a feverish effort to protect Hillary and Comey. It evolved into accusations of collusion as a canard. And despite concrete proof that the Clinton campaign and the DNC paid a foreign agent for false dirt from the Kremlin on a candidate for President of the US the word “collusion” never seems to apply.

It wasn’t the collusion that started the investigation, it was concern that someone really had her emails