Did Obama, Brennan And Clinton illegally collude to take President Trump down?
According to an “Investor’s Business Daily” editorial, “The saying goes, a fish rots from the head down. Well, so do bad governments (and bad actors). Recent revelations about the behavior of President Obama and his CIA director John Brennan in pushing the bogus Russian collusion investigation suggest that’s been the case.”
“The release of the FISA application by the FBI to investigate alleged collusion between Russia and President Trump’s campaign and recent comments made by top officials are eye opening. Not only did President Obama know about the investigation, he seems to have pushed it from the very beginning.”
On top of that, here’s what Obama’s Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper: “If it weren’t for President Obama we might not have done the intelligence community assessment that we did that set up a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today, including Special Counsel (Robert) Mueller’s investigation. President Obama is responsible for that. It was he who tasked us to do that intelligence community assessment in the first place.”
“Why didn’t this get more attention in the media?
(You’re not really asking that question are you?)
Obama and Brennan not only knew the dubious nature of the allegations against Trump, but pushed them anyway.”
As Kimberley Strassel wrote in the Wall Street Journal, “Brennan in particular has revealed himself to be a total anti-Trump partisan to an extent that’s shocking for a public official. His animus is raw and deep, as his actions suggest. The record shows he (Brennan) went on to use his position, as head of the most powerful spy agency in the world, to assist Hillary Clinton’s campaign (and to keep his job).”
“Investor’s Business Daily” then went on to say, “Brennan’s manic partisanship could be seen last week in an over-the-top, bizarrely unhinged tweet following Trump’s press conference after his mini-summit with Vladimir Putin. Brennan called Trump’s remarks ‘nothing short of treasonous’ and said they exceeded the threshold of ‘high crimes & misdemeanors.'”
(Mr. Brennan…you, as they say, should know.)
“While Brennan’s hate for the GOP nominee may be public now, it wasn’t in the summer of 2016. Not only did Brennan share intelligence with the FBI, but soon after, the Democrat-linked opposition research firm Fusion GPS began leaking the “Trump Dossier” to the media. The fix, as they say, was in.”
“What’s stunning is the casual way Clapper let us know that President Obama “was responsible” for the whole shebang. If that’s so, there are really only two possibilities:
One, that a gullible Obama was fed phony information from Brennan and the Hillary Clinton campaign. He then over-reacted by tasking the intelligence community to look into it…
Or, two, that Obama knew he was dealing with tainted information. Instead of halting a bogus investigation, he let Brennan carry it forward. Why? He thought it would help elect Hillary Clinton, and cement his own presidential legacy for posterity.
At a minimum, what seems obvious is that the deep state triad of Obama, Clinton and Brennan colluded. They did it to damage Trump’s campaign with allegations of Russian interference in the election. And they got the FBI and, later, a special prosecutor, to conduct a high-profile investigation.”
(Instead of investigating President Trump, shouldn’t we be investigating those who subverted our democracy for their own purposes and to influence a presidential election? That would be O-B-C.)
“Removing security clearances for those in the Obama administration who lied or were guilty of misconduct and political bias would be a minimum. These crimes, if real, are bigger than Watergate.”
“The only real question is whether our justice system is too compromised to bring those who committed real crimes, not imaginary ones, to justice. And whether our equally compromised and biased media are capable of reporting it.”
(Uh, that would be a big “no” followed by another big “no.”)