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Mueller And Rosenstein Indict More Russians for Things That Didn’t Happen

Now, I’m not a Trump supporter, as readers already know. But I think the truth is important. The truth is that the Establishment and its media mouthpieces hated Donald Trump because he dared to express criticism of the incompetence and corruption in Washington. Trump was also “uncouth,” to put it mildly, and our betters inside the beltway didn’t like that.

So here’s the latest edition in this long attempt by the Establishment to take down one of their loudest critics. Jeff Sessions’s sidekick at the DOJ, Rod Rosenstein, has announced indictments of 12 Russian military intelligence officers in “hacking” the DNC and the Hillary 2016 campaign. Obviously the timing of special counsel Robert Mueller’s handing out these indictments, just days before Donald Trump is to meet with Vladimir Putin, tells me that the Mueller team might just be making it all up. There is no evidence presented against the Russian military intelligence officers.

And there is no evidence that the DNC was “hacked.”

Former CIA officer Ray McGovern and former NSA agent William Binney wrote that the DNC was not “hacked” but that emails were leaked by an insider, and they wrote further on the holes in the “Russia hacking DNC” narrative.

In this congressional testimony by former FBI director James Comey and former NSA director Mike Rogers, the two both stated that they were not aware of any evidence to show the 2016 election was hacked:

REP. DEVIN NUNES: Thank you, Director Comey.

Admiral Rogers, first I wanna go to you. On January 6th, 2017, the intelligence community assessment assessing Russian activities and intentions in recent U.S. elections, stated that the types of systems Russian actors targeted or compromised were not involved in vote tallying.

So my question as of today, Admiral Rogers, do you have any evidence that Russia cyber actors changed vote tallies in the state of Michigan?

ROGERS: No I do not, but I would highlight we are a foreign intelligence organization, not a domestic intelligence organization. So it would be fair to say, we are probably not the best organization to provide a more complete answer.

NUNES: How about the state of Pennsylvania?

ROGERS: No, sir.

NUNES: The state of Wisconsin?

ROGERS: No, sir.

NUNES: State of Florida?

ROGERS: No, sir.

NUNES: The state of North Carolina?

ROGERS: No, sir.

NUNES: The state of Ohio?

ROGERS: No, sir.

NUNES: So — so you have no intelligence that suggests, or evidence that suggests, any votes were changed?

ROGERS: I have nothing generated by the national security industry, sir.

NUNES: Director Comey, do you have any evidence at the FBI that any votes were changed in the states that I mentioned to Admiral Rogers?

COMEY: No.

And on Meet the Press former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, the one that all the other national security agency heads report to, stated that there was no evidence of Trump-Russia collusions.

Clapper told Chuck Todd: “We did not include any evidence in our report, and I say, ‘our,’ that’s N.S.A., F.B.I. and C.I.A., with my office, the Director of National Intelligence, that had anything, that had any reflection of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and the Russians. There was no evidence of that included in our report.”

And Todd asked if the evidence actually exists, and Clapper answered, “Not to my knowledge,” and “we had no evidence of such collusion.”

There has been a lot of testimony in the House and Senate over the past two years of all this. Senators have been repeatedly asked if they have seen any evidence at all to confirm what the media people have been alleging. Senator Chris Coons stated, “I have not seen specific evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.”

And Sen. Dianne Feinstein, when asked by Wolf Blitzer: “But, I just want to be precise, Senator. In all of the — you have had access from the Intelligence Committee, from the Judiciary Committee, all of the access you have had to very sensitive information, so far you have not seen any evidence of collusion, is that right?” And Feinstein answered, “There are all kinds of rumors around, there are newspaper stories, but that’s not necessarily evidence.” Blitzer asked her, “Do you have evidence that there was in fact collusion between Trump associates and Russia during the campaign?” And Feinstein answered, “Not at this time.”

So anyway, with the timing of all this now, it appears that Rosenstein knew that Republicans in Congress have been considering charging him with contempt of Congress and preparing articles of impeachment against him for refusing to hand over documents which give weight to accusations that the FBI’s Hillary email investigation was a farce and the whole investigation of “Trump-Russia collusions” is made-up by the Establishment parasites in Washington who just wanted to get rid of Donald Trump. Rep. Mark Meadows stated that, “when we get these documents, we believe that it will do away with this whole fiasco of what they call the Russian Trump collusion because there wasn’t any.”

The Mueller Fishing Expedition Conspiracy Continues

This ongoing Mueller sham investigation fishing expedition is really so annoying now, and the mainstream media i.e. government media continue to do their news and discussion in terms of “Russia-Trump collusions” and/or “Russia hacking the election.” I’m sick of it. The NSA director Mike Rogers, James Comey and James Clapper all testified before the Intelligence (sic) Committees that they had not seen any evidence of the aforementioned collusions or election hacking. And Senators who are part of those committees such as Dianne Feinstein told media they had not seen any evidence. There was no evidence of any crime at the very beginning of all this, only emails that were leaked to WikiLeaks and Trump campaign flunkies meeting with foreigners, which campaigns do all the time, and it’s not illegal. FISA warrants were obtained unlawfully by the FBI/DOJ lying to the judge and withholding critical information to get the FISA requests approved. The “collusions” and “hacking or stealing the election” accusations were all based on made-up assertions by those members of the government and the government media who hate Trump and didn’t want to see him be President. The investigation was started not because evidence existed that indicated a crime was committed, but because  members of the “intelligence (sic) community” and the government media hated Trump and wanted to take him down as President. So the process for frame-ups and entrapments thus begun.

And that’s my take on all that. And I’m not a Trump supporter. He’s wrong on trade, immigration, foreign policy, and just about everything else.

Anyway, Zero Hedge has this article on the “London-to-Langley spy (on Trump campaign) ring,” with its roots in the Obama administration. And John Solomon of The Hill has this article attempting to connect some more dots regarding the London connection and the informants/spies we’ve been hearing about just recently. And I’ve already linked to this “collusion against Trump” timeline by Sharyl Attkisson, but I’ll link to it again anyway.

I don’t expect the DOJ under the corrupt moron Jeff Sessions to do anything about all this, and the #2 in charge of the Russia investigation Rod Rosenstein is one of those hacks who signed on to the unlawful FISA warrants. So if Congress doesn’t get moving on its own investigations of the conspiracy against Trump, and if the Democrats take over Congress in November, then these crooks, Rosenstein, Loretta Lynch, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, James Clapper, John Brennan, Sally Yates, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and more, will get away with their conspiracy and Trump will no doubt be entrapped and impeached on made-up charges.

James Comey, Mueller, FBI Not All That Different from J. Edgar Hoover Days

WND has an article on the fired FBI director James Comey supposedly coordinating with FBI on anti-Trump testimony. And Zero Hedge has an article suggesting that the FBI hid a mole in the Trump campaign. WSJ’s Kimberly Strassel believes that she knows who the informant is, but hasn’t gotten intelligence sources to confirm it. In other words, the FBI probably did spy on the Trump campaign, just as it and the rest of the national security state spy on many campaigns, and infiltrate activist groups such as Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party movement. Nothing new here.

Is Giuliani Flipping on Trump? (Updated)

According to this article from NBC news, the Trump legal team had been “discussing a possible interview with Mueller’s team and had begun to hash out the final sticking points, including the timing, scope and length, according to people familiar with the discussions. One person familiar with the strategy said the president’s lawyers had sought over the weekend to expand his legal team to include individuals who would prepare him for an interview.”

But the chances of that interview decreased quite a bit because of Mueller’s referral to the FBI to raid Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s office and seize 10 boxes of documents and emails, and who knows what.

Many people advising Trump to not have that interview have included some of his lawyers John Dowd, who is now out, and Jay Sekulow, as well as Chris Christie, and Newt Gingrich.

Also retired Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz has stated in the following interview that an innocent person can be indicted for perjury even if he’s telling the truth, if another witness has told prosecutors something different and the prosecutors believe the other witness. Former D.C. U.S. attorney Joe diGenova calls such an interview a “perjury trap.”

We do know that Mueller’s prosecutorial team pressured former national security advisor Mike Flynn to plead guilty to lying to the FBI, even though the FBI interrogators believed that he had not lied in his interview. It is possible that Flynn also considered the guilty plea because he knew that prosecutors were investigating his son as well.

But, given that Mueller prosecutors didn’t even believe that Flynn intentionally lied to FBI but were charging him anyway, it clearly was a case of entrapment. And they will do the same with Trump if given the chance. The problem with Trump is that he has made so many statements covering all sides of every issue, anything he says in an interview with Mueller’s gang could be interpreted as a “lie” whether he intended to mislead or not.

So now the corrupt and dishonest Rudy Giuliani has been added to the Trump legal team. One reason to totally distrust Giuliani is that he said, regarding his joining the Trump legal team, “I’m doing it because I hope we can negotiate an end to this [Mueller investigation] for the good of the country and because I have high regard for the president and for Bob Mueller.” (Hmm, high regard for this? That sure tells us something.)

According to the Washington Post, “Dowd stepped down in March amid clashes over strategy and whether Trump should sit for a voluntary interview with Mueller. The legal team has often been beset by infighting.”

That is, the lawyers who know how easy it is for government investigators to entrap someone are saying that Trump should not talk, and the ones who are a part of the “swamp” and who really want Trump out are saying that Trump should talk to Mueller.

Some people, such as liberal Hillary-supporting blogger Bill Palmer, think that Rudy may be the one who is going to flip on Donald Trump. Palmer says that Mueller “cut a plea deal with Giuliani’s former client, Turkish criminal Reza Zarrab. Since that time the question has been whether Giuliani has secretly cut a plea deal against Donald Trump. Believe it or not, the FBI’s sudden raid against Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen provides strong evidence that Giuliani has indeed flipped on Trump….”

Palmer continues: “Unless you think Giuliani was fully exonerated in the Trump-Russia scandal by Robert Mueller prior to January, which seems incredibly unlikely that early on in the overall investigation, the other explanation would be that Giuliani cut a plea deal prior to January. Back in February, Palmer Report pointed out that Giuliani sounded very wary of what the FBI can do a criminal target, suggesting he’d already been through the ringer by then.” (Link via Target Liberty)

So, Giuliani says, “My advice on Mueller has been this: He should be allowed to do his job. He’s entitled to do his job.”

And given that the deep state, the swamp, doesn’t want someone in there who has expressed any anti-swamp sentiment, I think we know what that means.

UPDATE on May 3, 2018: Giuliani gets on TV and already betrays Trump’s confidence by merely talking! He’s contradicting things Trump has stated, and making Trump out to be a liar (which he probably is). Just the fact that Giuliani went on TV is enough. As Trump’s lawyer, his talks should be with Trump, not on TV. So this is further proof, as far as I’m concerned.

Mueller Investigation Update: But Who Will Investigate the Investigators?

Special Bureaucrat Robert Mueller has gotten the FBI to raid the New York office of Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, seizing many, many documents and records. Some people are speculating that Mueller has caused this new extension of the “Russia Collusion” investigation to bait Trump into firing Mueller, so the anti-Trump forces can use that as an excuse to charge Trump with “obstruction.” This makes me now wonder whether the deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein’s urging Trump to fire then-FBI director James Comey might itself have been Rosenstein’s own attempt to bait Trump into an “obstruction” charge. Rosenstein was the DOJ official who signed off on the questionable FISA surveillance of Carter Page.

This whole Trump-Russia investigation by Mueller is a banana-republic, kangaroo investigation. There was no crime that was ever being investigated. Instead, it was an investigation (more accurately a “witch hunt”) in search of a crime. The Mueller team and FBI entrapped Mike Flynn into a “lying to the FBI” charge, and indicted some other people for things not really having anything to do with Donald Trump. But they did indict some politically-uninvolved Russians in a marketing scheme.

But, it appears that Donald Trump will not be interviewed by Mueller after many months that Trump said he would talk to him. Had Trump done that, it is obvious that Mueller and his team would have probably entrapped Trump in the same way as previous entrapment victims, and that would be their way to impeachment. But obviously, now that there won’t be that opportunity for Mueller, and his investigation of “Trump-Russia collusions” are coming up with nothing, that means Mueller has to do desperate things like getting the FBI to raid Trump’s lawyer’s office.

In all the materials the FBI stole from the lawyer’s office, I am sure they will find something to use as evidence against Trump in some minor technical violation, as well as perhaps other clients whose information is also contained in the seized material. This is a fishing-expedition-based-on-politics on steroids. Anything that comes of this, any indictments, should be taken to the U.S. Supreme Court, and if cases are rubber-stamped, then there is no more “attorney-client privilege.” (Just like with ObamaCare, no more doctor-patient confidentiality, etc.)

But now the DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz has released his initial report that former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe lied to investigators on several occasions in the ongoing Mueller investigation. The inspector general will release further reports on FBI shenanigans associated with the 2016 election and the Trump-Russia probe.

Andrew McCabe was closely involved in the changes made to the language of a statement by James Comey on whether to charge Hillary Clinton with any crimes involving her email scandal. The investigators changed the words “gross negligence” (which is a legal term in which they would have to have indicted Clinton), to the words “extremely careless,” which removes criminal responsibility. This was allegedly done intentionally to save Hillary from being a jailbird.

So while the Mueller Russia investigation has been a farce and a political witch hunt toward the goal of taking down Trump as President, the real scandal and the real criminality is pervasive involving the apparatchiks of the FBI and DOJ. But the corrupt attorney general, Jeff Sessions says there will not be a second special counsel to investigate all the corruption.

These conservatives discuss the corruption of FBI investigators and the call for a second special counsel.

Now, I stand by what I wrote in my previous post, that these guys wouldn’t be discussing this on conservative news shows had it been the Bush DOJ and FBI attempting to interfere with the Obama election. That is because these conservatives are partisan Republicans and more important they have been constant defenders of the national security state, the DOJ, FBI including J. Edgar Hoover, and all the rest. But, at least they are discussing these issues now.

Meanwhile, the bamboozled public really believes this Mueller investigation is legitimate. Most people really believe the “Russia-Russia-Russia” propaganda, just as they believe the current warmongering propaganda to get public approval of Trump ordering the bombing of Syria.

The Kangaroo Mueller “Investigation” Has Indicted Russians

So besides entrapping Mike Flynn and getting him to plead guilty to lying to the FBI (even though he didn’t actually lie), “special counsel” Robert Mueller has now released new indictments against Russians for “conspiracy to defraud the United States” and “conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud.”

Moon of Alabama writes:

The published indictment gives support to our long held believe that there was no “Russian influence” campaign during the U.S. election. What is described and denounced as such was instead a commercial marketing scheme which ran click-bait websites to generate advertisement revenue and created online crowds around virtual persona to promote whatever its commercial customers wanted to promote. The size of the operation was tiny when compared to the hundreds of millions in campaign expenditures. It had no influence on the election outcome.

The indictment is fodder for the public to prove that the Mueller investigation is “doing something”. It distracts from further questioning  the origin of the Steele dossier. It is full of unproven assertions and assumptions. It is a sham in that none of the Russian persons or companies indicted will ever come in front of a U.S. court. That is bad because the indictment is build on the theory of a new crime which, unless a court throws it out, can be used to incriminate other people in other cases and might even apply to this blog. The later part of this post will refer to that.

Moon goes into lengthy description of how the whole Russian operation really was just a click-bait scheme. There were no “Russian influence on the U.S. election” and no “collusions” with the Trump campaign. And chances are that no Russians will see any trial as they will probably not be extradited to the U.S.

And these indictments were so important that Mueller’s team announced their catch on a Friday afternoon. That should tell us something. The whole Mueller “investigation” was a sham from the very beginning as there was no actual crime that was being investigated — it was a fishing expedition in search of a “crime” or something to make up (like Mike Flynn “lying” to the FBI) to justify an illegitimate investigation.

The fact is, Donald Trump went through a long campaign constantly trashing the national security state (a.k.a. “deep state”) and trashing the Iraq war and other foreign policy blunders, and the apparatchiks of the “deep state” (CIA, FBI, NSA, the Pentacon, etc.) didn’t like that, in the same way they didn’t like JFK saying he wanted to “splinter the CIA in a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds” and all that.

Well, I am not sure that the Rethuglicans in Congress (such as Trey Gaudy, Devin Nunes, etc.) are really serious in getting the WHOLE TRUTH about this sham kangaroo investigation out there, and going after the real colluders and conspirators against the U.S. and the Constitution. And that is because those Rethugs LOVE the national security state so much, they love the police state and the surveillance state so much, that telling the whole truth about what criminals we have working for those agencies would mean possibly the end of such a racket in Washington. They don’t want to do that. And so they will not do anything this year. If the Democrats regain control over CONgress in November, they will impeach Donald Trump based on made-up crap and install the bloodthirsty warvangelical Pence, for an increased police state, more unconstitutional surveillance, more criminal wars, and more bankrupted Washington.

Evidence Shows Hillary Collusions, FBI Collusions, But No Evidence of “Trump Collusions”

There are people who still believe that Donald Trump and his campaign “colluded with Russians” to steal the election away from Hillary Clinton. There has been no evidence of such allegations, as told by members of congressional intelligence committees including Dianne Feinstein, and as told by director of national intelligence James Clapper, CIA director Brennan, FBI director James Comey and others. They all testified that there was no evidence of such allegations. And we know that Mike Flynn’s guilty plea of lying to the FBI was a case of entrapment. There are people who actually believe that Flynn pleaded guilty to “Trump campaign colluding with Russians,” etc. I hear this on the radio constantly in discussions of these issues.

Meanwhile, Democrats are after Jill Stein to release documents which may indicate her involvement in “Russian collusions.” They are clearly going after Stein to punish her for being a threat to Hillary’s chances of getting elected President, in Stein’s challenge from Hillary’s left.

However, what we are not hearing from the mainstream media is regarding the collusions by the “deep state” including the FBI in attempting to interfere with the election on behalf of Hillary! Justin Raimondo details how top FBI officials plotted in that regard. Further info on that from Zero Hedge. And Judicial Watch shows how the State Department plotted with Hillary to remove call records as well as emails in order to obstruct investigations into her shady dealings as Madame Psychopath Secretary. Zero Hedge also details how FBI edits to James Comey’s testimony exonerating Hillary Clinton were for the purpose of “decriminalizing” her activities in which there was evidence to show they were in fact criminal.

And there’s more from Zero Hedge: Ex-Spy chief admits role in “deep state” intelligence war on Trump. And, FBI deputy director cancels testimony, something “far more sinister” with Fusion GPS, a group which fabricated the “Trump dossier” for campaign opposition research against Trump.

As James Bovard wrote recently, yes, the FBI is America’s secret police. In fact, the whole “deep state” is. The FBI, NSA, CIA, and all the rest.

More Leaks, More Blaming of Russians from the “National Security” State

According to some theories being tossed around out there, the latest leak by an employee of a private NSA contractor company may very well have been a planned and concocted made-up ploy by the NSA or CIA to continue the national security state’s Cold War anti-Russia hysteria, as well as further the false narrative of “Trump-Russia collusions and/or stealing election.”

The leak implies that the document shows evidence of Russia “hacking” the 2016 election via voting machines. However, what has really been shown, apparently, is that someone had attempted to phish employees of private companies involved in voting registration and voting-related software.

Now, who was it that attempted to phish those people with malware-laden emails? The investigators of the latest leak are strongly suggesting that Russians did it. However, we already know that CIA and other government and non-government organizations have software tools at their disposal to not only hide their own cyber “fingerprints” but to leave fake fingerprints, such as spoofed IP addesses, etc. to make it look like Russians or others are the ones who did the hacking, phishing, or otherwise computer intrusions.

The contractor employee who is under investigation for leaking the NSA document is a 25-year-old alleged Bernie Sanders supporter named “Reality Winner” who apparently hates Donald Trump. As I wrote in this post, there are hundreds of thousands of government employees and private contractor employees with top-secret security clearance who can easily access the most “sensitive” information. But I suspect that NSA may have set up this young floozy as part of their continued propaganda campaign against Russia.

Robert Wenzel of Target Liberty wonders why investigators can find this new leaker, who apparently leaked the document to the Intercept, but they can’t find leakers who leak to the New York Times and the Washington Post. In my view, that’s because it has been obvious that the Times and the Post, who are overly dependent on “anonymous sources” or “unnamed U.S. intelligence sources,” publish leaked information that those government investigators want to be leaked in order to promote their own agendas (such as promulgating Cold War anti-Russian propaganda, or engaging in Trump-hate, or promoting their leftist causes, and so on).

I think that when the New York Times and the Washington Post are overly dependent on “anonymous sources” or “unnamed U.S. intelligence sources,” it is safe to call those news setups “government lapdogs,” “stenographers,” and “groupies,” no?

A separate but related discussion has been regarding the DNC and Clinton campaign emails and whether they were hacked by the Russians or whether emails were leaked to WikiLeaks by someone who already had access to DNC emails, such as Seth Rich or NSA. And yes, we know that NSA (and CIA) already have access into emails (such as via “XKeyscore”), no need for them to do any “hacking.”

There was one theory regarding Seth Rich that I heard on one of the talk radio shows but I can’t remember which now. Rich’s murder was suspicious because the killer didn’t actually take any of Rich’s belongings, so it’s being called a “botched mugging.” First, the “conspiracy theory” is that Seth Rich was a disgruntled Bernie Sanders supporter at the Democrat convention, and with his DNC administrative access into emails he saw all the corruption such as chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz colluding with others to steal the nomination away from Bernie Sanders in favor of Hillary Clinton, and so on. So, the theory goes, Rich then leaked those emails to WikiLeaks to expose the corruption. However, how to explain that if Rich leaked emails it would have to have been before he was murdered, which was on July 10th last year. So he leaked emails before July 10th, but the emails weren’t actually published by WikiLeaks until July 22nd. So, if he was murdered by a Clinton associate for leaking, then how would his murderer know that he leaked anything to WikiLeaks if the murder (July 10) happened before the specific info was actually made public (July 22)? So, the theory I heard on the talk show was that someone from NSA or CIA leaked the emails to WikiLeaks, and caused the Rich murder (and perhaps other suspicious deaths) to hide the truth, especially if the other narrative (“Russians hacked the DNC”) wasn’t working in the mainstream media’s fake news organs.

However, after I’ve done some more Googling, I see that the WaPoo had a news story on June 14, 2016 on “Russians hacking the DNC” network that was discovered in April of 2016 and apparently the “hackers” had access to the DNC network for about a year up to that point. The “hacking” intrusions were discovered, but there had not yet been actual publication of emails until July 22. But given that the DNC then used CrowdStrike to investigate, and given the subsequent info about CrowdStrike, now the whole thing is looking more and more suspicious again (i.e. the assertion that the “Russians did the hacking” is all made up). Or it could be that the whole DNC had been infiltrated by “outsiders” perhaps associated with the CIA, FBI or NSA.

Trump/Kushner Cahooting with Saudis, and Impeachment Based on Media’s “Alternative Facts”

The goings on in Washington are quite bizarre now. It’s really a bunch of stuff, maybe too much now. It’s giving me a headache, all this stuff.

To begin, Donald Trump is in Saudi Arabia to try to get a Trump Resort golf course in Saudi Arabia get some “better deals,” or to do who knows what. The Saudis are big sponsors and promoters of extremist Islamic jihad throughout the Middle East and elsewhere, they may have actually provided financing and planning for the 9/11 terrorists (most of whom were Saudis), and the Saudi regime has perhaps the worst human rights record on Earth.

Meanwhile, according to the Hill, first son-in-law Jared Kushner “personally called the CEO of Lockheed Martin during a meeting with a Saudi delegation earlier this month to ask her to cut the price of a missile defense system.”

Now, it’s bad enough that this shady Kushner person is meddling in government affairs so extensively after doing such a horrible job in the private sector. Kushner and Ivanka apparently have many conflicts of interest as well. But what is this concern he has for the Saudis at the expense of an American business? What does the “America First” promoting Donald Trump think about Jared Kushner’s asking an American company to cut its price in sales for a brutal anti-human rights foreign interest?

Next. It looks like former FIB FBI director James Comey might be in deep doo-doo. First he has one of his FBI underlings feed the New York Times an alleged memo, or just parts of it, over the phone. The Times reporter does his whole piece, merely repeating what the FBI flunky told him, without first actually seeing the non-classified memo, and just taking the FBI flunky’s word for it.

Yes, that is what news reporters are supposed to do: just repeat word for word what government bureaucrats tell them, don’t challenge or require documentation or evidence, etc. Forget the who, what, when, where, why, and how. I think the days of Frank Reynolds demanding confirmation of a story are over. It’s all government toadies and lapdogs pervading the news media now, unfortunately.

In the memo, allegedly, Trump says to Comey privately in a February 14th meeting that he, Trump, “hopes” that Comey can let it go, referring to FBI’s investigating of former national security (sic) advisor Mike Flynn. Trump wasn’t ordering or coercing Comey to stop an investigation, but merely said he “hoped” that Comey would “let this go.”

So, there’s no “obstruction of justice” here.

But the biased New York Times reporter began the article in the first paragraph, “President Trump asked the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, to shut down the federal investigation into Mr. Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, in an Oval Office meeting in February, according to a memo Mr. Comey wrote shortly after the meeting.”

“Asked the FBI director” “to shut down”? That’s the same as “I hope you can let this go”? (Well, what can we expect from New York Times “reporters”?)

So the mainstream media, the anti-Trump politicians and the Washington beltway crowd are running with “Asked to shut down,” and not, “I hope you can let this go.” (OMG, I can’t believe I’m defending Donald Trump. I might have to take a shower after writing this, as KellyAnne Conway might say.)

Anyway, Comey stated in testimony — that’s being repeated over and over on talk radio, but not on the mainstream media or the cable shows — that in his experience no one has had him stop an investigation. And the acting FBI director has testified that the Flynn investigation has not been interrupted.

So James Comey has to explain which is truthful, that Trump asked him to stop an investigation, or that in his experience such a thing has never happened.

So now many people are calling for Trump to be impeached. One reason is because they really believe he “stole” the election, even though the biggest contributors to his winning were his campaigning in important big states that Hillary arrogantly refused to campaign in, combined with Hillary’s insulting remarks about “deplorables.”

Nevertheless, even though both James Comey and NSA director Mike Rogers testified that there was no evidence to show that any voting machines were “hacked” or that any votes were changed or manipulated in any way, and even though former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told Chuck Todd that to his knowledge no evidence exists which shows that there was any collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, the ignoramus Secretary of State Rex Harrison Rex Tillerson still thinks that such Russian meddling in the U.S. election is “well documented,” because he is just as bamboozled as the American people by the mainstream media’s repeated propaganda of such non-existent “meddling.”

And now, with the appointment of a special counsel, former FBI director Robert Mueller, Justin Raimondo believes that we have something akin to the “Moscow trials,” and it looks like a regime change op here in the U.S. that the national security state usually does in other countries. (He doesn’t mention a previous major U.S. regime change op, the JFK assassination, however.)

Besides the FBI supposedly leaking an alleged memo (which may or may not exist) to the New York Times, Roger Stone claims that the ex-Goldman Sachs hack Jared Kushner is allegedly leaking information to MSNBC. I think there are many leakers coming from the White House, such as possibly Mike Pence and Rancid Reince Priebus, but that’s just my guess on that, I’m not accusing them, just guessing.

But according to Robert Wenzel, who links to “Gotnews.com,” national security advisor H.R. McMaster has been using Trump advisor Dina Powell to also leak to the New York Times, leaking negative info that goes against Trump. So there is further reason to believe that Donald Trump has several hostile forces inside the White House who want to get him out of there.

Hmm, I wonder if the “H.R.” is deliberately referring to H.R. Halderman and John Ehrlichman of Watergate fame. Paul Craig Roberts recently asserted that it was the bloodthirsty national security state that forced Richard Nixon from the Presidency because of his foreign policy successes with China and Russia. And also, I hadn’t heard that Nixon wanted to pull out of Vietnam, that’s a new one.

If Roberts is correct, does that mean that the whole 1972 DNC headquarters break-in and Nixon cover-up was all planned by the schemers, that may actually have included Halderman and Erlichman, G. Gordon Liddy and E. Howard Hunt, and all the others, just to get Nixon out of there on behalf of the national security state? (I guess giving him the JFK treatment might have been a little too obvious, I don’t know.)

Finally, besides believing incorrectly that Trump “stole” the election and therefore should be impeached, the brainwashed mainstream media and their zombie viewers, listeners and readers want Trump impeached even more so because he said nasty things during the campaign. I think that’s the real reason.

They don’t want him impeached because he’s a warmonger, a war criminal with drones that are killing innocents (because most of the people agree with the warmongering and bombing and murdering the “terrorists” sans due process). And they don’t want him impeached because he’s a shady shyster like Obama, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Reagan, etc. These people are more concerned with words.

So Trump is a “racist,” and a “sexist,” because he said nasty things, about Muslims and Mexicans, and Rosie O’Donnell and Megan Kelly. The impeachment-promoters don’t know that Trump is for affirmative action, gay marriage, and transgender bathroom intrusions, as well as universal health care and all the rest of the leftist crap that’s ruining America. So he agrees with them on many issues. No, it’s all about saying nasty words.

The impeachment-promoters of the mainstream media, academia, and the Left (sorry for the redundancy) are aligned with the college snowflakes who can’t stand to hear different points of view, and who are “triggered” by the most innocent of words now, in large part thanks to being brainwashed by the government schools and especially from the post-9/11 fear-mongering by the national security state.