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General Mike Flynn is not Going Softly Into That Good Night

Let’s play a little timeline game here:

12.1.2017 – General Mike Flynn, after being hounded, having his family threatened and driven to near-bankruptcy for months by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his gang of Clinton/Obama hacks, enters a guilty plea for having lied to the FBI in a surprise January 24 interview that was conducted by FBI Deep State agent Peter Strzok and two other agents.

12.7.2017 – The judge who received that plea, Judge Rudolph Contreras – who also happens to be a FISA Court judge – was removed from the case.  Federal Judge Emmet Sullivan is assigned as his replacement on the case.  The fake news media naturally has shown no curiosity at all about why this change took place.

12.12.2017 – One of Judge Sullivan’s first actions in the case was to issue an order to Mueller to turn over all evidence used in the case against Flynn.  More on this later.

12.2017 – 1.2018 – A steady stream of revelations of corrupt behavior on the part of senior staff at FBI and DOJ has resulted in the firing/reassignment/resignations of 9 such personnel, including Strzok, his lover and FBI lawyer Lisa Page, DOJ official Bruce Ohr, FBI Deputy director Andrew McCabe, FBI General Counsel Bob Baker, and others.

12.13.2017 – 12.20.2017 – A series of five motions to intervene on behalf of General Flynn were filed with the court by a “private individual” who has thus far not been fully identified.  The motions are based on the argument that the evidence presented to the court by the Mueller team was illegally obtained “fruit of the poisonous tree”.  These motions were denied by Judge Sullivan because the federal rules for intervention do not provide for the intervention by a third party in a criminal case.  (For those unfamiliar with the term, “fruit of the poisonous tree” used to describe evidence that has been illegally obtained.)

1.31.2018 – Robert Mueller files a request for a delay of the sentencing hearing related to Flynn’s guilty plea until May,

2.12.2018 – Byron York publishes a piece in the Washington Examiner detailing James Comey’s March, 2017 closed-door testimony to congress that Strzok and the other FBI agents present for Flynn’s 1.24.2017 interview did not believe Flynn had misled them, and that he and the agents had then decided not to pursue any charges against Flynn.

2.14.2018 – Today, at Robert Mueller’s request, Judge Sullivan entered a protective order in the case governing use of the documents already provided by Mueller’s team pursuant to the previous order and any further evidence that may be provided via defense discovery going forward.  Basically, this means that Mueller’s team is ready to begin complying with Sullivan’s order from 12.12, and wants to ensure the evidence they provide will be held confidential, and only for the use of the defense.

What does this all mean?  It means that Mike Flynn has decided to defend himself, most likely on the same “fruit of the poisonous tree” grounds contained on those five motions to intervene that were filed with the court in mid-December.  It means that Mueller was, at the end of January, aware that he has a problem, which is most likely why he agreed to file the motion to delay sentencing.

It probably means that Comey and his pal Strzok should have taken more care to get their story straight before Comey testified to congress last March, and it could well mean that Strzok and/or others went back and doctored the records memorializing their 1.24.2017 surprise meeting with Flynn after the fact.  It could also mean that the revelations detailed in the recently-released FISA Abuse Memo have provided Flynn’s lawyers with proof that Flynn was illegally surveilled by the Obama thugs.  And it could also mean that there are relevant exchanges of information in the thousands of texts between Strzok and Page that have yet to be released to the public.

Finally, for me it means that I just cannot wait to find out who it was that filed those motions to intervene on Flynn’s behalf back in December.  I suspect we’ll all be familiar with the name when it is ultimately revealed.

The good guys almost always win in the end, and General Mike Flynn is definitely one of the good guys.

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Obama and Hillary Discover That Life Comes at You Fast

Tired of all this Winning yet? – Hey, remember when the fake news media spent the last 13 months telling you President Donald Trump (I never tire of typing those words) was a “historically unpopular” president.  Yeah, that’s a lie.  In the current Rasmussen survey, the President’s approval rating of 48% is 4 points higher than Barack Obama’s approval at the same point in his first term in office.  Good times…good times…

Speaking of lies and lying liars, Barack Hussein Obama was back in the news in a big way on Wednesday.  The Campaign Update was among the first to report on the release of new texts from FBI lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, one of which pointed the finger straight at the former fake President being involved in the direction of illegal spying on the Trump Campaign.  As if being outed by texts of illicit lovers wasn’t humiliating enough for America’s Biggest Mistake, things actually got worse for the former fake president as the day went along.

Late in the morning, tape of a mid-2016 interview Obama conducted with Fox’s Chris Wallace – one of two interviews Mr. You-Can-Keep-Your-Plan conducted with a real journalist during his entire 8 years in office – surfaced.  In that interview, President You-Didn’t-Build-That can be seen telling Wallace things like “I guarantee that there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department or the FBI”, and “I do not talk to FBI directors about pending investigations. We have a strict line and always have maintained it.”  Outside of that interview, the only place in America where you can get whoppers like that is Burger King.

Obama knew.  He knew everything.  Uranium One, he knew.  The Clinton Crime Family Foundation, he knew.  Fast and Furious, he knew.  The IRS abuses, he knew.  Hillary’s illegal email server and coverup, he knew.  The FBI’s fake investigation into that illegal server, he knew.  Hillary’s selling influence for hundreds of millions while serving as Sec. State, he knew.  The spying on the Trump Campaign and Trump Transition Team, he knew.  He didn’t just know about these things, he actively participated in them and helped direct them.  Obama knew.

But America’s Biggest Mistake wasn’t the only high-profile Democrat for whom Wednesday was a terrible, awful, no-good, very bad day.  The Pantsuit Princes also saw her already perilous situation grow measurably worse, as FBI informant Douglas Campbell, who claims to have been involved intimately in the Uranium One machinations linked to more than $150 million in Russian contributions to the Clinton Crime Family Fake Foundation, testified behind closed doors before staff from the Senate Judiciary, House Oversight, and House Intelligence committees.

Campbell’s verbal testimony remains confidential at this point, but the three committees did release written testimony he had already offered.  In that testimony, Campbell – who has been providing information to the FBI for many months now, but only agreed to testify before the congressional committees once he had an immunity agreement in hand – says that

Russian nuclear officials “told me at various times that they expected APCO to apply a portion of the $3 million annual lobbying fee it was receiving from the Russians to provide in-kind support for the Clinton’s Global Initiative,” he added in the testimony.  

“The contract called for four payments of $750,000 over twelve months. APCO was expected to give assistance free of charge to the Clinton Global Initiative as part of their effort to create a favorable environment to ensure the Obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything from Uranium One to the U.S.-Russia Civilian Nuclear Cooperation agreement. “ 

The “APCO” in question is a high-dollar Washington lobbying firm called APCO Worldwide.  Campbell claims APCO was chosen by the Russians because it was in a strong position to influence the Obama Administration in general and then-Secretary Pantsuit specifically.  The same Russian interests pouring all that moolah into APCO then turned around and poured even more moolah into the Clinton Crime Family Fake Foundation, and the influence game was complete.  If you believe Campbell, this was a classic mob-type operation that is just screaming out for a RICO prosecution.  For its part, APCO denies Campbell’s allegations.

Very, very predictably, if you’ve followed how the Clintons operate over the last 26 years, a spokesman for the Coughing Crook responded to all of this by claiming that “Campbell’s testimony is simply being used to distract from the investigations into President Trump and Russia.”

And with that statement, you have the very reason why it was that, the day after the 2016 election, the Fainting Felon and her team of advisers concocted this whole Trump/Russia Collusion narrative to begin with.  It’s the classic Clinton/Alinsky game of accusing your opposition of being guilty of exactly the same things you’ve been doing all along.  What better way to keep the public confused than to be able to point the finger at your accuser and claim they’re the ones who are really guilty?

All the Clinton and Obama people knew none of this would ever come to light as long as the Pantsuit Princess won the election.  But once Trump won, they all knew that all of this stuff would be investigated and ultimately revealed.  They knew they have no defense for any of it, so their only viable strategy was to accuse Trump of exactly the same collusion with Russia that they’d spent 8 years involved in, so that anytime a new piece of damaging information came up, they could point their fingers and scream “distraction!!!!”

And they knew their agents in fake news media, who had worked so hard to cover all of these various crimes against the American people up during the Obama years, would work doubly hard to distract the public during the Trump years, because they’re all complicit in this, too.

There’s no magic to any of this, and no real mystery here.  This is how the Clintons have always operated, and Obama is cut from the same Alinsky cloth.  Once you accept that and view it all through that lens, everything that’s happened over the 15 months since Election Day 2016 makes perfect sense.

Just another day in America’s Biggest Mistake and Princess Pantsuit knew America.

That is all.

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UT Professor Says Wray MUST Resign – The Fake Media Narrative Lives!

  • NBC joined the Alinskyite demonization of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes in earnest on Saturday with a stunningly illogical piece from a University of Texas law professor named Steve Vladeck.  NBC’s web minions label the opinion piece a “Hot Take,” but what it really is is an unintentionally hilarious hot mess.
  • Vladeck’s thesis is that FBI Director Christopher Wray simply must – must, I say – resign over the release of what Vladeck calls the “Nunes Memo” because, well, I’ll let him tell you in this wonderfully illogical passage:  “Wray shouldn’t resign because he himself has been slighted, or because he has been ordered to do something he believes to be unlawful or immoral; he should resign because of the institutional affront that the release of the memo reflects — a partisan political assault on the apolitical work in which tens of thousands of men and women are engaged on a daily basis.”
  • A few things about this.  First, note that Vladeck singles out a discrete target for demonization, the first principle of a leftist media assault based on Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals.  The target for Vladeck, Democrats and everyone in the fake news media is exclusively Nunes – they refuse to note that the memo was in fact co-authored by South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy, obviously because Gowdy spent 7 years as a federal prosecutor and a decade as a district attorney prior to running for congress.  They single out Nunes because his background in the real world is in agriculture (or, as Joe Scarborough puts it, he’s just “a farmer”) and thus, in their mind, a much easier target.  This of course ignores the reality that few people outside of the big media centers in Washington, New York and California – or big university campuses – see anything wrong with being a farmer, a reflection of typical elite liberal myopia.
  • Second, note how a memo that lays out a compelling, fact-based case documenting a conspiracy by about half a dozen high-ranking individuals at Barack Obama’s FBI and Justice Department has suddenly expanded to an assault on “tens of thousands of men and women” working at the FBI and DOJ in the Trump Administration.  What a breathtaking leap of illogic, coming as it does from someone who is presumably responsible for educating young minds.
  • Third, note how conveniently Vladeck’s thesis plays off of the current CNN-generated fake news narrative that Wray allegedly threatened to tender his resignation if the FISA Abuse Memo was released.  Vladeck’s piece is obviously intended to perpetuate that narrative and also to provide a logical basis for its happening.
  • Finally, note that Vladeck refuses to point out that FBI officials, Wray included, had more than a week to review the memo and weigh in with any objections to factual errors they saw in it, and did not identify any such factual errors at all.   The only objections raised by the FBI had to do with the inclusion of names in it, and what turned out to be a completely false allegation that the memo would compromise sources and methods.
  • Vladeck’s piece also contains this declarative sentence:  “And importantly, this agency’s credibility and integrity are cornerstones of our legal system.”  Well, ok, let’s concede that.  But credibility and integrity are things that must be earned, not just assumed without critical thought.  The fact of the matter at hand is that bad actors like Andrew McCabe, James Comey, James Baker and Peter Strzok have done an incredible amount of damage to the FBI’s credibility and integrity.  This is simply undeniable: All four named above have already been fired or reassigned due to their bad actions, three of them since Director Wray assumed his job.  In order for the Bureau to regain said credibility and integrity, it is vitally important that those bad actors and others be clearly identified to the public and held accountable.  Which is the very point of what Vladek dismissively refers to as the “Nunes Memo.”
  • Meanwhile, a former CIA counter-terrorism guy named Phil Mudd, in an appearance on #fakenews CNN, had this to say about the “apolitical work” engaged in by the rank and file of the FBI:  “The president is talking about basically corruption at the FBI today, but we oppose the leadership,” he said. “The workforce is going to look at this and say, this is an attack on our ability to conduct an investigation with integrity… So, the FBI people — I’m going to tell you are ticked, and they’re going to be saying, I guarantee it, you think you could push us off this because you can try to intimidate the director, you’d better think again, Mr. President.  You’ve been around for 13 months; we’ve been around since 1908. I know how this game is going to be played, and we’re going to win.”
  • So, Mr. Mudd thinks the rank and file at the FBI have such a high degree of personal and professional integrity that they’ll take  a perceived slight as an excuse to take time out from whatever non-political work in which they’re currently engaged to threaten the President of the United States.   If Mudd is right (which he isn’t, by the way), then we don’t need a selective reorganization to clean out the bad actors at the FBI, we need to just burn the entire place to the ground and start all over again.
  • With ‘defenders’ like Mudd and Vladeck, the FBI hardly even needs critics. And you have to wonder what these two logically-deficient analysts will have to say when, just a few weeks from now, the Justice Department’s Inspector General – who was put in his job by Barack Obama – issues the final report of findings from his year-long investigation of wrongdoing within the FBI and DOJ?  Will Mudd then say everybody at the FBI AND DOJ is now going to threaten President Trump?  Will Vladeck dummy up another 800 word case detailing why Jeff Sessions MUST resign?
  • I can hardly wait to find out.  I’m betting President Trump feels the same way.
Just another day in Trump Derangement Syndrome America.
That is all.

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