Inspector General Report Proves Trump-Haters Above the Law
The DC Deep State likes to play little games with the American people and string us along so that we never show up at their doorstep with pitchforks. All summer long we were told, “Oh, just you wait, America! The long-awaited Inspector General Report will be issued sometime in August and then the indictments against the seditious Russian Collusion co-conspirators will start coming in hot and heavy!”
Here we are months later. The Inspector General Report on James Comey’s actions during the Russia investigation have been released. It shows exactly what we all knew from the earliest days when Comey was rightly fired by President Trump:
Comey is a sanctimonious Deep State bureaucrat who abused his power to fabricate the Russia hoax; that he lied to Congress while under oath; that he used the power of the FBI to spy on an opposition presidential campaign and transition team and presidential administration; that Comey broke FBI rules by leaking classified documents to spark an independent counsel investigation; and that Comey lied to FBI investigators when they asked about the documents Comey had leaked to the New York Times.
But the result is far different from what we originally told by the Deep State plants who went on Fox News and other outlets and told us to patiently wait because arrests are coming. The arrests are not coming. James Comey is not going to be prosecuted by the Department of Justice, according to Trump’s Attorney General.
Comey gets away scot-free. Compare that to how people close to President Trump are faring these days.
Gen. Mike Flynn lost his job as National Security Advisor and is still fighting back – at great personal expense – against charges that he lied to the FBI.
The original agents who interviewed him thought he was telling the truth, but Comey’s inside man Peter Strzok later went back and changed the agents’ notes. Imagine having to wage a legal fight like that against the federal government for several years.
Paul Manafort may die in prison for failure to fill out some paperwork. There are approximately 70,000 people in Washington, DC right now lobbying on behalf of foreign governments who failed to fill out the same piece of paper; none of them are being investigated or prosecuted for doing exactly what Paul Manafort did. He’s in prison because he was close to Trump.
Roger Stone had two dozen FBI agents with machine guns storm his house in a pre-dawn raid staged for CNN’s cameras… because he mixed up the details on a couple of emails from years ago when talking to the FBI. Stone is facing life in prison for a process crime.
Carter Page’s life has been ruined. The Mueller Report, when finally issued, declared on Page 1 that Carter Page is a Russian agent. This is a patently false statement. It is a lie. James Comey signed off on four separate FISA warrants and renewals to spy on Carter Page. None of the “evidence” against Carter Page that was alleged in the Clinton campaign’s “Steele dossier” turned out to be true.
Comey, Brennan or Clapper – we don’t know which one yet – sent western intelligence operative Joseph Mifsud, an Oxford professor who was a spy for the US, an unknown “honeypot” agent using the alias Azra Turk, and several foreign operatives to try to entrap Trump campaign advisor George Papadopoulos. None of that worked, but Papadopoulos still spent several days in jail for “lying to investigators” about his failure to fall for their dirty espionage trick.
Jerome Corsi was able to avoid indictment by the Mueller Witch Hunt by the end of that investigation. However, he was still forced to pay tons of money out-of-pocket in attorney fees to defend himself against false accusations from Mueller’s team.
Those individuals affiliated with the Trump campaign had their lives ruined. And their lives were not ruined because they actually committed crimes. Their lives were wrecked because James Comey and others went searching for a crime that they knew did not exist. Flynn Manafort, Stone, Page, Papadopoulos and Corsi were collateral damage in the broader effort to seditiously undo the 2016 election results.
So, now we get to experience the joy of James Comey going on Twitter and demanding an apology from all of us who expected him to go to jail. I’m sure I speak for millions of Americans when I say, “Stuff it sideways, you sanctimonious fruitcake.”
All the criminal allegations pinned on Trump campaign associates combined pale in comparison to Comey’s leaking of classified documents. But there he is, telling us we owe him an apology.
I don’t think Washington really understands how dangerous it is to keep operating with two different sets of rules like this. One set of rules for the elites and another set for the “little people” tends to end with pitchforks and torches.