According to David Montanaro of Fox News, “Former Nixon White House counsel John Dean said Monday, after testifying before the House Judiciary Committee, that he is ‘honored’ to be considered an enemy by President Trump.”
He’s “honored to be considered an enemy” of the President of the United States.
That makes him an enemy of the state, doesn’t it?
That makes him a subversive, doesn’t it?
That may even make him a traitor, does it not?
Well…, it’s not too far of a leap from being a “Judas” or a “double-crosser” to being a traitor.
‘“I think he was disbarred and he went to prison. Other than that, he’s doing a great job,’ Trump said Monday afternoon.”
Joe diGenova, a former US Attorney for the District of Columbia and an Independent Counsel, and now a contributor at Fox News added, “As many have pointed out, Dean is a convicted felon who was disbarred following his criminal role in the Watergate scandal. More important for this farce of a hearing, though, is that Dean has absolutely no first-hand knowledge of the events in question. He’s no more qualified to testify about Russiagate than CNN’s Jim Acosta is to testify about real news.”
“Dean has become a liberal activist since getting out of jail, publishing no fewer than four books blasting Republicans, including one in which he called for President George W. Bush to be impeached long before Donald Trump even announced his run for president.”
So he didn’t have any problems with Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton or Barack Obama at all, but Ronald Reagan, The Bushes, and President Trump were and are “threats” to our country?
“Dean, a CNN contributor (So he isn’t biased at all!), was asked by Anderson Cooper about Trump attacking him as a ‘loser for many years’ and a ‘sleazebag attorney.’”
‘“Well, I’m honored to be on his enemies list,’ Dean responded. ‘I was able to make Nixon’s at the end, and so I’m pleased that I’m on Trump’s given my feelings about the threat he is to this country.’”
Remember…, when these liberals refer to the “country,” they really mean “the swamp.” The really mean the establishment politicians and bureaucrats who are only concerned with their own backsides and the rest of the country be damned.
‘“One of the reasons that I did what I did back during Watergate was the thought that this will never happen again. And one of the reasons I’ve had a knot in my stomach, one of the reasons I’m on CNN is because I’m deeply troubled by the presidency we’re living with,’ he said.”
Yes…, please…, try and justify to us again why you flipped on your boss and snitched him out.
News flash…, Watergate was 45 years ago! 45 years ago! Nobody cares anymore! Most of the people in this country were not even born yet when John “the loser” Dean was spilling his guts, to save his own backside, on live TV every day.
Oh, and John…, you have a “knot” in your stomach because that’s what happens to nervous little weasels, like yourself…, you get scared…, because deep down…, not even too deep down…, you’re just a liberal chicken sh%t who wants some attention and any validation he can get.
“Dean was hammered by House Republicans on the Judiciary Committee Monday. At one point, the hearing room broke out into laughter, as Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz grilled Dean for turning Nixon comparisons into a profitable ‘cottage industry’ for himself.”
“Dean assisted with the Watergate cover up and pleaded guilty to obstruction before becoming a key prosecution witness.”
Maybe Mr. Dean could really put his expertise to work and predict for us who will become the new “John Dean,” regarding the current investigation of the investigators at the FBI and the DOJ. Which of these weasels going to start singing to save their own backsides, ala John “the weasel” Dean? Peter Strzok? Andrew McCabe? Bruce Ohr? Lisa Page? It’s hard to predict because there are so many rats to choose from.
In summary, “… outside of Dean’s fantasy land, there is no similarity [between the phony Russian collusion scandal and Watergate]. In Watergate, there were real underlying crimes. Operatives linked to the Nixon Campaign committed numerous felonies as they broke into the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters in the Watergate Hotel.”
“After that, genuine obstruction of justice took place, committed in large part by the Democrats’ own star witness, then-White House Counsel John Dean, who physically destroyed evidence as part of the cover-up.”
“In ‘Russiagate,’ however, there was no underlying crime. There was only the Democrat fantasy, cooked up by the Hillary Clinton campaign, that the Trump Campaign had ‘colluded’ with Russians to steal the 2016 election. That was a lie, as the Mueller report conclusively established.”
“There was also no obstruction of justice. Given that the president knew all along that he was innocent, nothing he did could possibly have constituted the ‘corrupt intent’ necessary for an obstruction charge.”
And that, as they say folks, is that.
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