Sunday, May 12, 2019

Judgment Day for John Brennan: “The wheels of justice turn slowly, but grind exceedingly fine.”


Sometime in the next 4 weeks, the Justice Department’s inspector general will release an internal review that will reveal the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation. Among other matters, the IG’s report is expected to determine “whether there was sufficient justification under existing guidelines for the FBI to have started an investigation in the first place.” Critics of the Trump-collusion probe believe that there was never probable cause that a crime had been committed, therefore, there was no legal basis for launching the investigation. The findings of the Mueller report– that there was no cooperation or collusion between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign– seem to underscore this broader point and suggest that the fictitious Trump-Russia connection was merely a pretext for spying on the campaign of a Beltway outsider whose political views clashed with those of the foreign policy establishment. In any event, the upcoming release of the Horowitz report will formally end the the first phase of the long-running Russiagate scandal and mark the beginning of Phase 2, in which high-profile officials from the previous administration face criminal prosecution for their role in what looks to be a botched attempt at a coup d’etat.

6 comments:

  1. I have long regarded Brennan as the proverbial negroid in the woodpile. It's not just that he looks dishonest. There is something so slimey about him that I feel like I need a steam cleaning every I see him on the box. Clapper is just as bad and looks like an orc whose had a bath.

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    1. Agreed and Brennan voted the commie party in the 70's I believe.

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  2. Sounds GREAT!... Sounds pretty good... Sounds like maybe something Might be Happening... MAYBE?... Sounds like bread crumbs hitting the floor of my cage... We Shall See!

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