OBAMAGATE! 

Regarding the reporting of Obamagate, Jonathan Tobin’s heart is in the right place, but his understanding has a long way to go to catch up.

Jonathan Tobin, wrote in The New York Post, “For reporting Obamagate straight, media knives are out for Catherine Herridge.”

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“Journalists are pack animals, he continues.”

I would say that’s being extremely kind.

Jackasses are considered pack animals, aren’t they?

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He continues, “That’s especially true in Washington. Despite the hunger for scoops, when it comes to the substance of stories, few have the guts to go against the ideological groupthink that prevails in our nation’s capital.”

Hunger for scoops?

Are you serious?

Their hunger for “scoops” exists only as long as these “scoops” pertain to negative news about President Trump, his administration, republicans in Congress, and republicans and conservatives in general.

And you think what we’re dealing with here is “groupthink,” huh?

I’m sorry, Mr. Tobin…, this isn’t groupthink, it’s called toeing the party line…, promoting the approved narrative…, pushing the desired propaganda, or performing propaganda by omission.

“That’s what makes CBS’ Catherine Herridge so exceptional,” Tobin goes on to say.

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So, a journalist doing what a journalist should be doing makes them exceptional these days?

I guess it does, actually.

“In an era when too many network journalists slant their reporting to serve establishment opinion, Herridge sticks to the facts. Her dogged determination to get to the bottom of stories has made her an invaluable source on the national-security beat.”

If I didn’t know any better, Mr. Tobin, I’d say you have a little thing for Catherine Herridge! Why else would you throw yourself to the liberal wolves to sing Catherine Herridge’s praises?

And, “when too many network journalists slant their reporting?”

Is that what your calling all of this conspiratorial, fraudulent “reporting,” Mr. Tobin…, being “slanted?”

“Her sterling quality and integrity have also put a target on her back. When it came to the ‘collusion hoax,’ she dared to let the truth guide her. Likewise, with her reporting into government misconduct in the prosecution of President Trump’s first national security adviser, Michael Flynn.”

“Most of her colleagues reveled in collusion falsehoods — and ignored FBI wrongdoing. She did the opposite.”

They did more than revel in the “collusion falsehoods,” they knowingly perpetuated these “falsehoods” (LIES) on the American people for well over two years!

TWO YEARS!

Day after day…, night after night.

“But there’s always a price to be paid for refusing to conform. If you expose documents that further discredit the already-exploded myth that Trump colluded with Russia, you are going to lose friends in Washington.”

So, exposing the truth will cause you to “lose friends” amongst the Washington media.

That alone is quite telling.

“If you show that there was a concerted attempt to spy on his campaign and to leak information designed to paralyze his administration, you aren’t going to be popular with journalists who were part of this effort.”

So, she’s not going to be popular with “journalists” who got the story entirely wrong…, knew they got the story entirely wrong…, earned “journalism” awards for their excellence in reporting a story that was entirely false, but pushed it anyway because their ultimate goal was to discredit President Trump and somehow remove him from office?

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Hopefully Catherine Herridge is okay with that.  I always liked her, and I also felt she was one of the few who had a degree of integrity left.

“So, it’s hardly surprising that Herridge — a star reporter at Fox News from 1996 until last year before moving to CBS — has been subjected to abuse by Joe Biden’s campaign mouthpiece and backstabbed by her colleagues in recent days.”

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Her big mistake was allowing herself to be lured to CBS, just like Megyn Kelly was lured to NBC.

You know the old saying, “Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer?”

Megyn Kelly was eventually silenced at NBC, and I expect Catherine Herridge will be silenced as well at CBS in the not too distant future.

Eating their contracts is a small price to pay in the grand scheme of things.

And don’t be fooled…, THE LIBERAL NARRATIVE IS ONE, BIG, GRAND SCHEME.

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If they look like a duck, and walk like a duck, and talk like a duck…, THEY’RE A DUCK!

I keep hearing all of these conservative commentators referring to the illegal actions by Obama era officials as “failings.” The fake news, liberal propaganda media, of course, chooses to not make any mention of any of this.

To all of my conservative commentator friends referring to the behavior of Obama era administration officials, including Barack Obama himself, as “failings,” I say…,

THESE WERE NOT SIMPLY “FAILINGS!”

THESE WERE PREMEDITATED AND COORDINATED ACTS OF TREASON!

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My conservative commentator friends are almost there, but they have to stop acting like these attempts to overthrow a newly, and duly, elected president of The United States were not intentional, but merely blunders of judgement and execution.

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THESE PEOPLE ARE EVIL AND TRAITOROUS, BUT THEY ARE NOT STUPID.

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These “ducks” need to be held accountable for their actions and pay the appropriate price.

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TREASON!

With all of the unbelievable evidence being unearthed as a result of the General Flynn debacle, and the release of previously suppressed depositions regarding Russian Collusion investigations, and the illegal FISA warrant applications, and the coordinated coup attempt by numerous democrats and numerous democrat “deep state” scum, assisted by their co-conspirators, the liberal propaganda fake news media…, there is no longer ANY question about their TREASONOUS behavior.

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And make no mistake about it…, we are definitely talking about TREASON against The United States of America and its citizens.

TREASON is defined as follows: “In law, treason is criminal disloyalty, typically to the state. It is a crime that covers some of the more extreme acts against one’s nation or sovereign. This usually includes things such as participating in a war against one’s native country, attempting to overthrow its government, spying on its military, its diplomats, or its secret services for a hostile and foreign power, or attempting to kill its head of state. A person who commits treason is known in law as a traitor.”

Furthermore, according to 18 U.S. Code § 2381 regarding Treason: “Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.”

I, personally, would be just fine seeing these traitors walked out in front of a firing squad and shot.  That punishment may seem a bit extreme, but consider the crime(s).

Their actions have gone WAY beyond any kind of political gamesmanship.

Their actions had the intention of removing a duly elected president of These United States by ANY means necessary.  Illegal means, fraudulent means, unconstitutional means, or any other kind of dubious means.

Yes…, their actions went WAY beyond any kind of political gamesmanship.  These democrats and “deep state” democrats clearly, unmistakingly, and unapologetically, crossed the line into the disgraceful world of HIGH TREASON and TRAITOROUS behavior.

I pray that they all face justice and pay dearly for their crimes.

Here is an homage of memes I have put together regarding this collection of treasonous vermin.

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The FBI and DOJ “chickens” are coming home to roost.

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Yes folks…, we’ve all heard of a chicken coop.  What we have here is a chicken coup!

A “coup d’état” that is!

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I have written many blogs dealing with “the swamp” and “the deep state…,” but the extent of this unholy cabal, as I am coming to understand it, is far worse than I could have ever imagined.

More concerning is the fact that “the deep state” isn’t all that deep, or hidden.  It turns out “the deep state” is really those bureaucrats, and it’s the majority of them, aligned with the democrat party.  That’s all.

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The FBI is full of these treasonous rats.

So is the DOJ.

So is the whole, federal, bureaucratic mess.

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The process of “draining the swamp” is no small task.

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We witnessed a long parade of “swamp rats” trotted out during the fraudulent impeachment circus.

People often wonder how the German people capitulated to the horrible whims of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party.

Well, here you go.

First you have to assemble a group of like-minded people to help you carry out your plans and help to steer the corrupt “ship of state.”

These directors make and enforce “the rules.”  Their followers are “the tools” and the rest are “the fools.”

For the Nazi Party it was people like Heinrich Himmler (SS Commander), Hermann Göring (Hitler’s righthand man and chosen successor), Joseph Goebbels (News media propaganda Minister), Martin Bormann (Hitler’s Chief of Staff), and the list goes on.

For today’s Democrat Party, those people would equate to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, James Comey, James Brennan, James Clapper, Eric Holder, Susan Rice, Andrew McCabe, Christopher Wray, Rod Rosenstein, Peter Strzok, et al.

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If you don’t go along with their way of thinking, you are attacked by the media and labeled a traitor, a racist, a sexist, an idiot, etc.

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You may then be harassed by an arm of “their government” and potentially framed, ruined financially by “their government,” and even possibly imprisoned, ala exactly what has happened to General Flynn, along with many others in the democrats’ attempt to take down President Trump.

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According to Charles Creitz of Fox News, “Sean Hannity opened Wednesday’s edition of [his nightly show] ‘Hannity’ by declaring that former National Security Adviser [General] Michael Flynn was ‘unfairly and unjustly targeted by deep state bureaucrats’ after a bombshell [collection] of documents was unsealed in the case.”

My first questions would be why were these documents sealed and who sealed them in the first place?

Who had access to them?

Who had access to them, and undoubtedly knew they exonerated General Flynn, and did nothing?

Who had access to them, and undoubtedly knew they exonerated General Flynn. while unmasking the FBI and the DOJ as renegade and treasonous’ “deep state” entities, and did nothing?

“The Justice Department turned over the documents just this week, even though a February 2018 standing order in the case from United States District Court for the District of Columbia Emmet Sullivan required the government to turn over any exculpatory materials in its possession that pertained to Flynn. Fox News is told even more exculpatory documents are forthcoming, as Attorney General Bill Barr continues to oversee the DOJ’s investigation into the handling of the Flynn case,” according to Gregg Re.

What was the DOJ and William Barr waiting for? That standing order to turn over documents dates back over two years ago!

Two years ago!

I would expect this type of indifference regarding the law from the Clintons…, but The Department of Justice?!

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That’s why the jury is still currently out on Attorney General William and his underlings.

We’ll see about him and his quite shortly, and what their true colors are.

Our current FBI Director Christopher Wray is another story, however.

There can be no doubt that Christopher Wray has played a part in the effort to cover-up all of the FBI’s treasonous activities…, thus making him a treasonous co-conspirator in all of this.

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‘“Corrupt agents from Jim Comey’s FBI were discussing strategies on how to set General Flynn up on what we call a perjury trap,’ Hannity said, later adding, ‘truth be told, it was an ambush. It was an illegal, abuse of power, corrupt ambush.’”

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‘“According to one handwritten note, an unnamed agent asked, “Well, what is our goal here? … Is it truth, admission or to get him to lie?” To get him to lie, is that our goal? So we can prosecute him or get him fired? Is that the FBI’s role?’ the host continued.”

Gregg Re of Fox News reports that, “The handwritten notes — written by the FBI’s former head of counterintelligence Bill Priestap after a meeting with then-FBI Director James Comey and then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Fox News is told — further suggested that agents planned in the alternative to get Flynn ‘to admit to breaking the Logan Act’ when he spoke to then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential transition period.”

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“The handwritten notes are devastating evidence of an effort to disregard all standing protocols and rules, Sidney Powell said.”

“Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley called the document’s implications ‘chilling.’”

Charles Creitz continues, ‘“Ultimately that perjury trap was not a success,’ Hannity went on. ‘Agents saw no indication at all that the national security adviser was lying. They didn’t believe he was lying. They said they didn’t believe he was lying.’”

“Nevertheless, the host claimed, then-FBI Director James Comey tried to ‘exploit the chaos’ inside the then-transitioning Trump White House team to get to Flynn, which Hannity added was something Comey would never do to Barack Obama or George W. Bush.”

“Hannity went on to claim that Comey, thus emboldened, ‘turned the screws’ on Flynn by threatening to lock him up and then threatening to prosecute his son, Michael Flynn, Jr.”

‘“They were hell-bent on punishing anyone and everyone inside the Trump administration,’ he said.”

Former President Barack Obama’s name rarely surfaces in all of these discussions about treason and crimes at the highest levels, but his name should be raised and he should be held accountable as well.

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Gregg Re reminds us that, “Former President Obama personally had warned the Trump administration against hiring Flynn, and made clear he was ‘not a fan,’ according to multiple officials. Obama fired Flynn as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014.”

So, President Obama told President Trump he wasn’t “a fan” of General Flynn, huh?

No wonder why President Trump brought Flynn on board!

“One of Flynn’s interviewing agents was Peter Strzok, who has since been fired from the bureau after his anti-Trump text messages [with Lisa Page] came to light.”

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“Flynn has sought to withdraw his guilty plea and has been seeking exoneration, saying the FBI engaged in ‘egregious misconduct.’ Flynn, who has said more recently that he did not lie to the FBI, pleaded guilty in late 2017 as mounting legal fees pushed him to sell his home.”

“Flynn has since obtained new counsel — and his old attorneys, it emerged this week, then failed to turn over thousands of documents to his new lawyer, Sidney Powell. Powell has maintained that Flynn’s old lawyers at Covington & Burling had conflicts of interest and were otherwise ineffective, including by not focusing on Strzok’s evident bias.”

Flynn’s “old attorneys,” Covington and Burling LLP, were obviously wolves in sheep’s clothing, as far as Flynn’s defense was concerned.  With “friends” like that, who needs enemies?  Covington and Burling LLP were undoubtedly deep state “tools” in this case, and they should be disbarred, honestly.

Sara Carter also brought to light that, “Last week, another batch of documents withheld by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team on Flynn was turned over to his defense that allegedly reveals that the retired three-star general did not commit any crimes, as suggested by Department of Justice prosecutors.”

Well, there’s NO doubt that Mueller and his team are another collection of “tools.”

‘“It’s just absolutely appalling what these agents, and then special counsel operatives, did to General Flynn,’ Powell told Fox News’ ‘Hannity’ on Wednesday night. ‘It’s abuse of their authority at every turn.’”

“[Andrew] McCabe, who has admitted to lying to FBI investigators in a leak investigation, was fired for multiple violations of the FBI’s ethics code.”

“He has not faced any criminal charges.”

Next time you’re interviewed by the FBI, try lying to them and sees what happens to you.

“The Flynn revelations come as the Justice Department separately has revealed that the FBI’s investigation into former Trump aide Carter Page was riddled with fatal errors — and even featured an ex-FBI attorney deliberately doctoring an email from the CIA to make it seem as though Page’s Russian contacts were nefarious.”

“In fact, Carter Page was an informant to the CIA about those contacts — a key detail the FBI omitted when it told the surveillance court about Page’s overseas trips.”

“For his part, after years of legal setbacks and sustained attacks on his patriotism, Flynn took a moment to savor the day’s news on social media. He tweeted a video late Wednesday showing a slow pan to a waving American flag, with no audio but the wind.”

In case you’re not really too familiar with General Flynn…, here’s a little bit about him.

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Michael Flynn was born December 24, 1958, on Christmas Eve!  He is a retired United States Army Lieutenant General (3 star general) who was briefly the National Security Advisor to President Donald Trump.

General Flynn’s military career included a key role in shaping U.S. counter-terrorism strategy and dismantling insurgent networks in Afghanistan and Iraq.  He served as the 18th Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, serving from July 2012 until his retirement from the military in August 2014. He became a senior advisor to Trump during his presidential campaign and served as the National Security Advisor from January 23 to February 13, 2017.

General Flynn was preceded as the National Security Advisor by the ever “swampy” Susan “I never met a lie too big to tell” Rice.

Flynn resigned after information surfaced that he had [allegedly] misled the FBI and Vice President Mike Pence about the nature and content of his communications with Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak.

Flynn was commissioned in the U.S. Army as a second lieutenant in military intelligence in 1981. His military assignments included multiple tours at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, with the 82nd Airborne Division and Joint Special Operations Command. He also served with the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii, at the Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, Louisiana, and the Army Intelligence Center at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

Flynn served as the director of intelligence at the Joint Task Force in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom) and the Iraq War (Operation Iraqi Freedom).

General Flynn was asked in February 2016 to serve as an adviser to the Trump campaign.

As one of the keynote speakers during the first night of the 2016 Republican National Convention, Flynn gave what the Los Angeles Times described as a “fiery” speech, in which he stated: “We are tired of Obama’s empty speeches and his misguided rhetoric. This has caused the world to have no respect for America’s word, nor does it fear our might.” He accused Obama of enabling the Islamic State at the time.  Flynn went on to criticize political correctness and joined the crowd in a chant of “U-S-A! U-S-A!”

During the speech, Flynn launched a blistering attack on Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton. He led the crowd in chants of “Lock her up!”  He called for Clinton to withdraw from the race, saying that “if I did a tenth of what she did, I’d be in jail today.” He repeated in subsequent interviews that she should be “locked up.”

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The Washington Post has predictably come to “the swamp’s” defense and declared, “No, Michael Flynn wasn’t ‘set up,’” in an opinion piece by Randall D. Eliason.

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And who is Randall Eliason?

According to his bio at American University, in Washington D.C., where he is currently an adjunct professor, Eliason spent over 20 years as an Assistant United States Attorney and as a Chief of that section, for the District of Columbia.

Interestingly enough, Eliason is the recipient of numerous awards and commendations from the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Hmmm.

He is also a frequent media commentator on PBS, NBC, NPR, CNN and MSNBC.

Can anyone say “liberal propaganda, fake news?”

Basically, Eliason can be classified as “a tool.”

So, what’s the bottom line here?

The bottom line here is that the Obama administration, the FBI and the DOJ took the law into their own hands in an attempt to break General Flynn as a part of their effort to undo the 2016 election and Donald Trump’s presidency.

Like I said before…, the absolute bottom line here is treason against The United States of America and the American people…, and if nobody goes to jail for any of this, then “the deep state” are really the ones running the show, and our country is in serious trouble.

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Lisa and Peter sittin’ in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g…

Edmund DeMarche of Fox News reports that, “Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page [one of the FBI “LOVERS”] calls out [President] Trump in tweet, saying he’s ‘still obsessed.’”

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“Lisa Page, the former FBI lawyer who had an alleged affair with former FBI head of counterintelligence Peter Strzok and is a favorite target of President Trump, tweeted Sunday claiming that the president is still obsessed with them.”

Uh…, yeah…, why wouldn’t he be?

Here we have two treasonous former FBI employee scumbags, who tried to take him and his presidency down, and they’re out there walking around, free as a bird, or free as birds in this case.

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“Page retweeted a column from The Washington Post titled, ‘The President Has Nothing Better to Do.’”

Just another fair and balanced article we can attribute to The Washington Post.

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“The column, like the title suggests, claims that Trump wastes a lot of time, and pointed out that he spent about 45 minutes with the cast of ‘FBI Lovebirds: Undercover.’”

Ha!  That’s too funny!

And honestly…, I don’t think The President “wastes” as much time as “the LOVERS” did on the government’s time.  Just sayin’.

“The play [FBI Lovebirds: Undercover], which starred Dean Cain and Kristy Swanson, was the first to ever be performed at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). The play is also available on Fox Nation.”

There!  Now if that’s not a reason to finally subscribe to Fox Nation, I don’t know what is!

‘“More than three years later, long after his election victory, Donald Trump is still obsessed with two officials who just did their jobs while personally not liking him,’ she tweeted. ‘They are still the stars of Trump rallies, where the president performs their exchanges, grotesquely.’”

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Grotesquely?

Hysterically seems like a more appropriate choice of words!

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And “just did their jobs?”

Just did their jobs while conducting their affair on government time?

Just did their jobs while conspiring to discredit and take down a duly elected President of The United States?

That’s all…, they just did their jobs.

And, ah yes…, the days of the Trump rallies!

I can’t wait until we put this virus crap behind us and President Trump can get back to the business of promoting truth, justice, and the American dream again.

“Page announced late last year that she was suing the FBI and Department of Justice, alleging that the government’s publication of her salacious text messages with Strzok constituted a breach of the Federal Privacy Act.”

“She said she suffered numerous damages because of the disclosure, including a ‘permanent loss of earning capacity due to reputational damage’ and ‘the cost of therapy to cope with unwanted national media exposure and harassment’ at the hands of Trump.”

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Can you even imagine the shamelessness and the sheer level of entitlement required to display this kind of behavior?

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Hopefully the “suffering” “the LOVERS” are forced to endure has not even begun yet.

“Page appeared on ‘The Rachel Maddow Show’ last December and tried to clarify some of the tweets with Strzok.”

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Did Page actually think appearing on Maddow’s show, with all 3 of her viewers, would actually move her public perception needle one way or the other?

“When asked about Strzok’s text saying ‘we won’t allow’ Trump to get elected, Page insisted it was the ‘collective we’ as in ‘like-minded, thoughtful, sensible people who were not going to vote this person into office.’”

What a pathetic liar!

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That’s what they [the LOVERS] came up with in an attempt to explain away their treasonous tweets?

It was a pretty lame attempt, if you ask me.  But I suppose a lame attempt is better than no attempt at all.

WINNING!

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Ohhh…, hello FISA court!  Where ya’ been?

According to Fox News, “FISA court slams FBI over surveillance applications, in rare public order.”

Ohhhh my gosh!  The FISA court “slammed” the FBI soooo hard.

I don’t know if they’ll ever recover!

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“In a rare public order Tuesday, the chief judge [Who is the Chief FISA Judge by the way…, and why are these people never identified? I’ll identify these individuals a little later in the article.] of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court [FISA court] strongly criticized the FBI over its surveillance-application process, giving the bureau until Jan. 10 to come up with solutions, in the wake of findings from Justice Department Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz.”

Ohhh…, the FISA Court “strongly criticized” the FBI?

What exactly makes “strong criticism” different from normal criticism?

Do they shake a finger at you while criticizing you?

Do they raise their voices while criticizing you?

Ya…, when I get a speeding ticket or I accidentally blow through a stop sign, that’s what the judge usually asks me…, “What solutions are you going to come up with to make sure this doesn’t happen again?”

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“What is the future of the FBI following the revealing IG report on FISA applications?”

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What is the future of the FISA Court for that matter?

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And why has it taken so long for the FISA Court to address this whole matter of the FBI breaking the law (on numerous occasions) regarding the FISA process?

Especially considering that Congressman Devin Nunes sent two official letters to the FISA COURT, beginning over a year ago, alerting them to these exact circumstances!

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It would be my contention that the FISA Court cannot be that blind or that stupid…, which means they must have been a willing part of the deep state’s coup attempt!

And the reason they’ve now, finally, decided to open their mouths is because they were literally forced to, based on the evidence we now have.

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So who are these FISA Court pillars of justice?:

Rosemary M. Collyer, District of Columbia /D.C. Presiding Chief Judge: May 19, 2016-Dec. 31, 2019

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James E. Boasberg, District of Columbia / D.C. Presiding Chief Judge: effective Jan. 1, 2020

Rudolph Contreras, District of Columbia / D.C.

Anne C. Conway, Middle District of Florida

Louis Guirola, Jr., Southern District of Mississippi

James P. Jones, Western District of Virginia

Robert B. Kugler, District of New Jersey

Michael W. Mosman, District of Oregon

Thomas B. Russell, Western District of Kentucky

George Z. Singal, District of Maine

John J. Tharp, Jr., Northern District of Illinois

 

Judges Collyer, Boasberg and Contreras, are the ones who I especially would like to hear from.

Perhaps John Durham, the Justice Department’s “investigator of the investigators” will eventually hold these co-conspirators’ feet to the fire.

We’ll see.

Only if there is any justice left in our world.

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Comey, Comey, Comey, Comey, Comey Chameleon, You come and go, you come and go-o-o-o.

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Ahhhh, Mr. James Comey…, the FORMER FBI director…, the FBI director who was FIRED by President Trump.

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It’s funny how a little evidence can totally change your tune, isn’t it Mr. Comey?

This the same James Comey who basically called President Trump a liar.

This is the same James Comey who repeatedly declared that neither he nor any of HIS people at the FBI did ANYTHING wrong regarding their usage of the FISA process or their treatment of President Trump.

Now, according to Business Insider, Comey says, “He [Inspector General Michael Horowitz] was right, I was wrong [regarding defending the FBI’s use of the FISA surveillance process].”

“Former FBI Director James Comey on Sunday said he was wrong to defend the bureau’s [the FBI’s] use of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act process when applying for a warrant to surveil Carter Page, a foreign-policy aide on the 2016 Trump campaign.”

Oh…, it’s “the bureau’s use” now?

You were the Director of the FBI at the time Mr. Comey, and YOU signed off on the FISA application!

“His statements marked a reversal from last week, when he said a Justice Department inspector general’s report on the origins of the Russia investigation exonerated the FBI of wrongdoing.”

“In fact, the report revealed that there were 17 ‘significant errors and omissions’ in the FISA applications involving Page.”

That’s all?!

Only SEVENTEEN errors and omissions?!

That sounds like we’re taking ineptness, stupidity and/or disingenuousness to a new level!

Or…, these “omissions and “errors” were intentional.

Which do you think is more likely?

‘“He was right, I was wrong,’ Comey told the Fox News host Chris Wallace, referring to the Justice Department’s inspector general, Michael Horowitz, who wrote the report. ‘I was overconfident, as director, in our procedures.’”

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Please allow MrEricksonRules to translate what exactly Mr. Comey is saying here in the language of the liberal, deep state, turds.

What he means is he was overconfident at the time that he could get away with doing whatever he wanted because he was confident that no one would ever be the wiser.

But President Trump messed all of that up by winning the election!

In my estimation, you are a long, long way away from just being “wrong.”

You, Mr. Comey, are a treasonous criminal, whom I am sure will get nowhere near the level of punishment he deserves.

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‘“These errors and omissions resulted from case agents providing wrong or incomplete information’ to the Justice Department National Security Division’s Office of Intelligence and ‘failing to flag important issues for discussion,’ the report said.”

And these “errors and omissions” or just “providing wrong or incomplete information” were allowed to be shabbily submitted in an application having to do with a presidential candidate, his campaign, and later a president?

That’s taking professionalism and obeyance of the law to a new low as well.

“Horowitz also found that an FBI employee no longer working at the bureau doctored an email to make it appear as if Page wasn’t a source for another government agency. Had the FISA court been aware of this, it might have been exculpatory for Page [in Page’s favor].”

This is most certainly a crime…, and I don’t care if this person is no longer working at the FBI or not, I DEMAND that charges be leveled against this person and anyone else who was aware of this.

“Testifying before Congress last week, the inspector general didn’t mince words, saying there were ‘significant, serious failures’ on the FBI’s part when applying for the warrant to surveil [Carter] Page.”

“Asked whether his report vindicated Comey, Horowitz replied, ‘It doesn’t vindicate anyone at the FBI who touched this, including the leadership.’”

“Comey on [a recent] Sunday [show] downplayed the role of the so-called Steele dossier in the FBI’s obtaining a FISA warrant to monitor Page. The Steele dossier is an explosive collection of memos alleging collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The information in it is still largely unverified.”

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Not only is it largely “unverified,” it is largely accepted to not be worth the paper it’s printed on.  In fact, less.

“Comey said the dossier was ‘not a huge part of the presentation to the court,’ though he acknowledged that ‘it was the one that convinced the lawyers to move forward.’”

‘“We determined that the ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ team’s receipt of Steele’s election reporting on September 19, 2016 played a central and essential role in the FBI’s and the Department’s decision to seek the FISA order,’ the report said. ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ was the FBI’s code name for the Russia investigation.”

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“Horowitz found that one portion of the first FISA application alleging possible coordination between Page the Russians on the 2016 campaign ‘relied entirely on’ information from the Steele dossier.”

This is completely the opposite of what Mr. Comey contended.

“Comey on Sunday said he hadn’t misrepresented the relevance of the Steele dossier in the Page FISA application process, but he added that ‘if I was, then I’m sorry that I did that.’”

I have been sorry when I’ve been caught speeding a couple of times, but that didn’t stop me from getting a ticket.

You didn’t “misrepresent” anything Mr. Comey…, you straight out lied.

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Shame on you, James Comey.

I really hope you and your treasonous co-conspirators get what’s coming to you.

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For “The Deep State,” an apology seems to be a “get out of jail free card!” 

Yes…, for “The Deep State,” democrats and liberals in general, a disingenuous apology seems to be a “get out of jail free card!”

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At least in their eyes, the eyes of their “Deep State” comrades, and the eyes of their propagandistic fake news media conspirators.

An apology, of course, is only begrudgingly performed when the evidence against the “swamp rat” in question is SO overwhelming that the preferred strategy of lying, denying and pleading ignorance cannot be employed.

Republicans, conservatives, and all the rest of the law-abiding peons, however, are expected to operate under the laws as they were written, and receive punishment accordingly.

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Case in point…, an article by Ronn Blitzer of Fox News, titled, “DOJ recommends maximum sentence for former GOP Representative.”

You will NEVER see or hear the words “DOJ recommends maximum sentence” before any liberal bureaucrat’s name or any liberal politician’s name.

In this case, ‘“The Government believes that a sentence at the top end of the Guidelines range is necessary in order to satisfy the objectives of Title 18 United States Code, Section 3553(a), and in particular to promote respect for the law, to provide just punishment for the offense, and to achieve general deterrence,’ prosecutors with the Southern District of New York said in a letter to U.S. District Court Judge Vernon S. Broderick.”

So in other words, they’re saying that there are cases where you don’t need to “promote respect for the law,” “provide just punishment,” and “achieve general deterrence?”

It seems like that’s what they’re saying.

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And in fact, we’ve seen many cases where our “justice” system IS NOT promoting respect for the law, IS NOT providing just punishment, and IS NOT achieving general deterrence…, especially where liberal bureaucrats and liberal politicians are concerned.

Do the names Lois Lerner, Loretta Lynch, Hillary Clinton, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Rod Rosenstein, James Clapper, John Brennan, Andrew McCabe, and James Comey ring a bell?

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Another such case is the case of Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards, a former top Treasury Department official.

When someone is using three last names, that’s a good tip-off that we are dealing with someone who is extra pathetically liberal.

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According to Gregg Re of Fox News, “A former top Treasury Department official pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy for leaking confidential banking reports associated with members of the Trump campaign, following her dramatic arrest in October 2018 as she toted a flash drive full of sensitive documents.”

“Natalie Edwards, 41, entered the plea in Manhattan federal court, where U.S. District Judge Gregory H. Woods set sentencing for June 9. Although the conspiracy charge carried a potential penalty of up to five years in prison, Edwards signed a plea deal with prosecutors that recommended a potential prison sentence of zero to six months.”

A plea deal you say?

What exactly is she pleaing?

She doesn’t seem to have much leverage here.

She must be pleaing that her special liberal privilege be recognized.

“Edwards was a senior adviser at Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, also known as FinCEN. Prosecutors said her crime began in October 2017 and continued for a year, with Edwards sending a BuzzFeed News reporter numerous Suspicious Activity Reports (“SARs”).

Oh…, she was a senior adviser at Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network!

Beautiful!

She should be held to an even higher standard here then.

“As law enforcement swooped in, she was carrying a government-issued USB flash drive containing not only thousands of SARs, but also ‘highly sensitive material relating to Russia, Iran, and the terrorist group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant,’ prosecutors said.”

Am I just stupid or does this seem like a pretty serious crime?

‘“I am sorry for what I have done and I apologize to you, your honor, and the court,’ Edwards said.”

THERE IT IS!

She played her “get out of jail free card” apology!

Also notice she’s apologizing to the judge and the court and not to the victims of her crime, her department, or the American people.

“Her arrest came on the heels of other high-profile, leak-related prosecutions under the Trump administration, which had pledged to go on the offensive against leakers whom the president has called ‘traitors and cowards.’”

Exactly, Mr. President.  I would classify her as a coward and a traitor as well.

Traitors should not receive bogus plea deals.

In another case, we have the F.B.I. (Director, Christopher Wray) apologizing to the Court for “botching surveillance of a Trump adviser,” and “pledging to fix their [the F.B.I.’s] procedures.”

According to Charlie Savage of The New York Times, “The F.B.I. acknowledged serious errors and omissions in the facts it put forward for wiretap applications targeting a former Trump campaign adviser.”

“[The] F.B.I. told a secretive court on Friday that it was increasing training and oversight for officials who work on national security wiretap applications in response to problems uncovered by a scathing inspector general report last month about botched surveillance targeting a former Trump campaign adviser.”

“A secretive court?”

What exactly is a “secretive court?”

I’m guessing “secretive” means “rigged” in this instance.

‘“The F.B.I. has the utmost respect for this court and deeply regrets the errors and omission identified by’ the inspector general, wrote the F.B.I. director, Christopher A. Wray, in a statement included with the filing. He called the conduct described by the report “unacceptable and unrepresentative of the F.B.I. as an institution.’”

Senate FBI Director

I’m sure you are very appreciative of this liberal leaning court, rigged in your favor, Mr. Wray…, and Oh…, THERE IT IS…, he played their “get out of jail free card” apology!

Excuse me Mr. Wray…, but you are so full of sh#t I can smell you a million miles away.

Believe me my friends…, these “Deep Staters” have no respect for their employer, the American people, and they think we are all idiots who will continue to keep falling for this crap.

Well…, it’s a new day Mr. Wray.

Our eyes are wide open now, and we recognize you people for what you are…, enemies of our country, and enemies of “We The People.”

“Under FISA — a law for surveillance aimed at monitoring suspected spies and terrorists, as opposed to ordinary criminals — the government must convince a judge that an American is probably an agent of a foreign power. Because the FISA court hears only from the government, and what it says is never shown to defense lawyers, the Justice Department says it has a duty to be candid and tell judges every relevant fact in its possession.”

Oh, sure, why wouldn’t we believe that would happen?!

“But the Justice Department’s inspector general, Michael E. Horowitz, uncovered that the F.B.I. had cherry-picked and misstated evidence about the Trump adviser, Carter Page, when seeking permission to wiretap him in October 2016 and in 2017 renewal applications.”

In all there were 17 “serious errors and omissions in the facts” regarding the FISA warrant applications.

17!!!

That, Mr. Wray, raises the bar here from extreme incompetence to a treasonous disregard and manipulation of the law.

We are all painfully aware of our two-tiered justice system…, us being on the lower tier.

Apologies are not going to suffice here.

Our last hope of seeing any justice served, at least for a while, is U.S. Attorney John Durham and his investigation into all of this FISA stuff.

His report should be submitted to Attorney General Barr before this summer.., hopefully along with his recommendation of criminal charges for more than a few of these treasonous individuals.

I’ll be very disappointed if we just continue to see more of the same…, more apologies and more “get out of jail free cards.”

I’ll keep you posted.

 

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Lisa “the lover” Page is suing the FBI and the DOJ.  Well isn’t that special!

Yes folks…, Lisa (the lying, treasonous, adulteress) Page is suing her own deep state friends at the FBI and the DOJ.

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How the world turns!

Gregg Re of Fox News reports, “Lisa Page sues FBI and DOJ, citing ‘cost of therapy’ after Trump mocked her salacious text messages.”

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Please refer to my previous blog, “Lisa “one of ‘the treasonous lovers’” Page is outraged at President Trump?! From December 3, 2019.

https://mrericksonrules.com/2019/12/03/lisa-one-of-the-treasonous-lovers-page-is-outraged-at-president-trump/

“Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page is suing the FBI and Department of Justice, alleging that the government’s publication of her salacious text messages with anti-Trump ex-FBI agent Peter Strzok constituted a breach of the Federal Privacy Act.”

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“In the complaint filed Tuesday, the 39-year-old Page said she suffered numerous damages, including a ‘permanent loss of earning capacity due to reputational damage’ and ‘the cost of therapy to cope with unwanted national media exposure and harassment’ caused by the disclosure.”

What was the extent of the damage suffered by President Trump as a result of your treasonous behavior, Lisa?

Just the fact that you have the nerve to sue the government because of their reaction and President Trump’s reaction to your treasonous coup, with your co-conspirator “lover,” Peter Stzrok, exhibits your perceived and twisted level of entitlement and privilege.

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“Page’s complaint also sought reimbursement for ‘the cost of childcare during and transportation to multiple investigative reviews and appearances before Congress,’ the ‘cost of paying a data-privacy service to protect her personal information,’ and attorney’s fees.”

“On Dec. 12, 2017, Page said in the complaint, ‘DOJ and/or FBI officials disclosed’ her sensitive text messages ‘directly to a select group of reporters to ensure they would become public.’ Page alleged that after discovery, she would be able to prove that senior officials knew they were violating the law, and that their conduct was ‘willful and intentional.’”

Oh…, you mean they leaked information to the press like your “lover” did as part of the treasonous coup against President Trump?

Karma’s a bitch, ain’t it?

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“Page’s lawsuit lamented that [President] Trump’s tweets about Page’s texts ‘have been retweeted and favorited millions of times.’ Trump, Page went on, has ‘targeted’ her ‘by name in more than 40 tweets and dozens of interviews, press conferences, and statements from the White House, fueling unwanted media attention that has radically altered her day-to-day life.’”

Awwwww.

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That’s typically what people do when they’re attacked, Lisa…, they defend themselves.

The plain and simple truth is “you started it.”

Apparently your slutty and treasonous brain was writing checks it wasn’t prepared to cash.

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“She argued that federal law prevents agencies from disclosing personal records about individuals ‘unless an exception applies or the individual who is the subject of the record consents in writing to the disclosure.’”

I would say plotting a treasonous coup against The President of the United States would constitute an “exception.”

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“Page’s lawsuit claimed that there was no public-interest justification for the government’s leak.”

Au contraire “lover girl!”

There is tons of “public interest” regarding you and your treasonous co-conspirator, who was also your illicit “lover!’

Are you kidding?!

This whole thing is better than watching “Game of Thrones!”

We all just can’t wait for the conclusion when you and “lover” boy are “perp walked” into custody!

“In a separate bombshell report issued Monday, Horowitz [Inspector General Michael Horowitz] extensively faulted the FBI’s secretive efforts to surveil a former Trump aide, which involved both Page and Strzok.”

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Well there you go…, and there’s more coming where that came from.

“Page’s suit will likely face an immediate challenge from the government. The Supreme Court has previously ruled that suits against the government under the Privacy Act for mental and emotional distress are not immune from the doctrine of sovereign immunity, which limits the right of individuals to sue the federal government.”

Taking this into consideration, Lisa “the treasonous lover” Page must have an ulterior motive for filing the lawsuit…, since she has virtually no chance of winning it.

Perhaps she is trying to muster up as much sympathy for herself as she can before she get indicted.

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“Her lawsuit does not contain an apology for her conduct, and she has long maintained that her anti-Trump views — which she shared with Strzok using FBI phones even as the two played key roles in the Hillary Clinton and Russia probes — did not affect her official duties.”

Of course not!

Not when your “official duties” included trying to take down a duly elected president!

“Strzok, a veteran counterintelligence agent who led FBI investigations into Clinton’s use of a private email server and ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, was removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team after his anti-Trump texts with Page came to light.  He was [FIRED!] from the FBI last August.

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“Lisa Page left the FBI in May of 2018.”

“Like sands through the hourglass, so go the days of our lives.”

WINNING!

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Lisa “one of ‘the treasonous lovers’” Page is outraged at President Trump?!

That’s really a good one!

SHE’S annoyed at the President…, and she thinks someone should care!

Here we have a perfect example of the privilege and status these deep state vermin feel entitled to.

Here we have Lisa “one of ‘the treasonous lovers’” Page announcing she is upset about President Trump’s comments about her…, just because she and her treasonous lover, Peter Strzok, both high level FBI “swamp scum,” were plotting how they were going to take down a duly elected president…, that’s all.

Is she serious?

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She’s lucky she’s not in jail, and she should take a lead from her treasonous lover, and just shut her dirty little mouth.

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Gregg Re of Fox News reports that, “Lisa Page breaks silence, saying Trump’s ‘fake orgasm’ forced her to speak out.”

‘“Honestly, his [President Trump’s] demeaning fake orgasm was really the straw that broke the camel’s back,’ said Page.”

“With those striking words in an interview published late Sunday, Lisa Page, the ex-FBI lawyer who carried on an extramarital affair with former FBI head of counterintelligence Peter Strzok as the two exchanged anti-Trump text messages, said she was breaking her silence.”

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Having heard all of The President’s rally speeches, I’m not sure where she’s getting this “fake orgasm” stuff from.

This must be something (fake orgasms) that she just naturally equates to her extramarital lover, Peter Strzok.

“The 39-year-old Page was referring to Trump’s comments about her and Strzok at an October rally. During the event, Trump performed a passionate, dramatic reading of Strzok and Page’s August 2016 text messages, including Strzok’s conspicuous promise to Page that ‘we’ll stop’ Trump from becoming president. At the time, Strzok was overseeing the Hillary Clinton email investigation and the probe into the Trump campaign.”

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“At one point, Trump screamed out, ‘I love you, Lisa! I love you so much! Lisa, she’s [Hillary] going to win one-hundred-million-to-nothing. But just in case she doesn’t win, we’ve got an insurance policy!’”

Personally, I think it is very big of President Trump to just be making a joke of it all.  Perhaps he is just biding his time and waiting for the Inspector General’s (IG’s) report to be released.

In either case, President Trump’s rendition of “the lovers’” conversation is hilarious!

https://youtu.be/qsWwNOGm9Bo

Too funny!!!

Too funny…, but nothing close to orgasmic!

I have no problem calling Strzok and Page treasonous conspirators and traitors to our country and our American democracy.

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“Page spoke exclusively to ‘The Daily Beast’ Sunday in a highly sympathetic profile authored by Molly Jong-Fast [a noted Trump-hater].”

How nice of you to be so sympathetic, Molly.  In over three years, has even one “highly sympathetic” article been published by you or your liberal friends concerning President Trump, his family, or anyone involved with him?

How about just a “sympathetic” article?

A mildly sympathetic article?

How about just an even handed article?

The answers are no, no, no…, and NO!

“In the interview, Page said Trump’s remarks had forced her to confront the president publicly.”

Really?

‘“I had stayed quiet for years hoping it would fade away, but instead it got worse,’ Page said. ‘It had been so hard not to defend myself, to let people who hate me control the narrative. I decided to take my power back.’”

Ohhh…, it was sooo hard!

You think it’s bad now, Lisa?

Just wait.

And what “power” do you perceive you ever had that you can take back now?

Picture me just shaking my head.

FBI Director Wray And Justice IG Horowitz Testify At Senate Hearing On FBI Report

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“A widely anticipated new report from DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz into possible FBI misconduct is expected to be released Dec. 9.  Horowitz has reportedly found that an unidentified lower-level FBI lawyer falsified a key document used to obtain a secret surveillance warrant against a former Trump adviser.  But, Page claimed that Trump’s ‘fake orgasm,’ and not the pending IG report, was the reason she decided to come forward.”

Of course not!

Don’t you know everything is Trump’s fault in liberal la la land?!

“Page continued: ‘It’s like being punched in the gut. My heart drops to my stomach when I realize he has tweeted about me again.”

Poor Lisa.  Imagine how The President felt when he saw the treasonous texts between you and your treasonous extramarital FBI lover.

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“The president of the United States is calling me names to the entire world.  He’s demeaning me and my career. It’s sickening.’”

Oh, Lisa…, the only thing that’s “sickening” here is the behavior by you and your treasonous extramarital lover. Let’s just get that straight.

Your “career” is a disgrace, and your behavior on the job was disgraceful as well.

Perhaps we can ask Mrs. Strzok or Mr. Page about their perspectives on the matter?

“Separately, Page tweeted, ‘I’m done being quiet.’ In her interview, Page went on to call the president’s remarks ‘intimidating.’”

‘“But it’s also very intimidating because he’s still the president of the United States,’ Page said. ‘And when the president accuses you of treason by name, despite the fact that I know there’s no fathomable way that I have committed any crime at all, let alone treason, he’s still somebody in a position to actually do something about that. To try to further destroy my life. It never goes away or stops, even when he’s not publicly attacking me.’”

Your level of confusion and lunacy is impressive, Lisa.

For being an FBI lawyer, your understanding of the law seems pretty questionable.

And you should be “intimidated” and worried, being the treasonous piece of deep state scum you are.

“The president’s attacks, Page said, affected her day-to-day life.”

Oh really?

Again…, perhaps, Lisa, you and your “treasonous extramarital lover” should not have plotted to take down a duly elected president?

Perhaps then your day-to-day life would not have been affected as much?

Ya think?

‘“I’m someone who’s always in my head anyway – so now otherwise normal interactions take on a different meaning,’ Page complained. ‘Like, when somebody makes eye contact with me on the Metro, I kind of wince, wondering if it’s because they recognize me, or are they just scanning the train like people do? It’s immediately a question of friend or foe? Or if I’m walking down the street or shopping and there’s somebody wearing Trump gear or a MAGA hat, I’ll walk the other way or try to put some distance between us because I’m not looking for conflict. Really, what I wanted most in this world is my life back.’”

Wow.

So, you really feel like you’re some kind of victimized heroine who played no part in her own demise?

You actually appear more like a paranoid liberal idiot to me.

“Horowitz, the DOJ inspector general, noted in an initial report last year that Strzok and Page’s anti-Trump texts were ‘not only indicative of a biased state of mind but, even more seriously, implies a willingness to take official action to impact the presidential candidate’s electoral prospects.’”

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That, I would say, would qualify as some sort of illegality…, wouldn’t you say, Mrs. Page?

I mean you’re the lawyer!

“Page said that when internal DOJ investigators said she was under investigation for anti-Trump text messages, she had no idea what they were talking about — and maintained, as Strzok has, that she is capable of separating her personal life from work.”

“No idea what they were talking about?”

No idea whatsoever!

Actually, she means she had “no idea” that all of her treasonous and extramarital texts would be exposed and accessible.

‘“At the end of July in 2017, I am informed by the DOJ Inspector General’s office that I’m under investigation for political text messages and honestly, I have no idea what they’re talking about,’ Page said. ‘I have no recollection. And initially they’re very coy about it. They don’t tell me much about it. I don’t have the first clue what they’re talking about. What I do know is that my text messages will reveal that I had previously had an affair. I’m overwhelmed by dread and embarrassment at the prospect that OIG investigators, Andy [McCabe], and my colleagues, now know or could learn about this deeply personal secret.’”

“I have no recollection!”

This means she doesn’t want to have any “recollection.”

This means she shouldn’t have to have any “recollection.”

And she wouldn’t have to of had any “recollection” if Hillary had won.

Yes folks…, life in the swamp would have remained good for Page and her “lover,” Peter Strzok…, if only Hillary had won.

“Last month, the Department of Justice released documents outlining a slew of ‘security violations’ and flagrantly ‘unprofessional conduct’ by Peter Strzok — including his alleged practice of keeping sensitive FBI documents on his unsecured personal electronic devices, even as his wife gained access to his cellphone and discovered evidence that he was having an affair with Page.”

“Although Strzok claimed to have ‘double deleted’ sensitive FBI materials from his personal devices, his wife nonetheless apparently found evidence of his affair on his cellphone — including photographs and a hotel reservation ostensibly used for a ‘romantic encounter.’ Strzok didn’t consent to turning over the devices for review, according to the DOJ, even as he acknowledged using Apple’s iMessage service for some FBI work.”

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‘“[My wife] has my phone. Read an angry note I wrote but didn’t send you. That is her calling from my phone. She says she wants to talk to [you]. Said we were close friends nothing more,’ one of Strzok’s text to Page read, according to the filing.”

“Your wife left me a vm [voicemail]. Am I supposed to respond? She thinks we’re having an affair. Should I call and correct her understanding? Leave this to you to address?’ Page responded. Strzok’s wife allegedly threatened to send Page’s husband some of the photographs from Strzok’s phone.”

“Strzok then wrote, ‘I don’t know. I said we were close friends and nothing more. She knows I sent you flowers, I said you were having a tough week.’”

Oh what a tangled web we weave!

What can you say?  Liars gonna lie and cheaters gonna cheat!

We are a long way from the end of hearing about “the treasonous lovers,” Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

Stay tuned!

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