The newly released documents prove Deep State manipulation and corruption

There's been a veritable flood of revelations about wrongful acts that Obama administration officials and Deep State operatives committed, all in a concerted and sustained effort to destroy the Trump presidency.  This post is a potpourri that tries to put in one place the many things the newly produced documents and transcripts have revealed.

Mollie Hemingway has written a must-read article slamming Obama and Biden for originating the anti-Trump operation during the January 5 meeting at which Comey, Yates, and Susan Rice (among others) were present.  Here's the first paragraph, in which Hemingway promises to the reader that she will prove Obama was up to his neck in the Russia hoax:

Information released in the Justice Department's motion to dismiss the case it brought against Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn confirms the significance of a January 5, 2017, meeting at the Obama White House. It was at this meeting that Obama gave guidance to key officials who would be tasked with protecting his administration's utilization of secretly funded Clinton campaign research, which alleged Trump was involved in a treasonous plot to collude with Russia, from being discovered or stopped by the incoming administration.

The rest of the article makes good on that promise.

Mollie's husband, Mark Hemingway, has written his own damning article about the FBI.  He focuses on the FBI's chicanery when it came to the 302 form about Michael Flynn's interview.  Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, and other high-level FBI officials violated every standard operating procedure there was when it came to notes from an FBI interview, including either losing or destroying the original notes from the interview.  The same people who tried to destroy General Michael Flynn over a process crime when there was no underlying crime were very cavalier about their own rules.

Outside the FBI, the missing DNC emails are in the news again.  When testifying before House members, a CrowdStrike representative admitted that it had no direct evidence that Russia stole the emails:

You can read more about the CrowdStrike testimony here.

Two interesting things flow from this revelation.  First, it rips out one of the underpinnings of the Russia collusion hoax.  Second, it brings back into play the mystery of Seth Rich's death.  It certainly could have been a botched robbery, but it's still worth noting that someone connected to a major con game run against Trump and the American people died mysteriously.

James Clapper, who once said Trump's alleged collusion with Russia was worse than Watergate said something different in private, under oath.  Once under oath, he admitted, "I never saw any direct empirical evidence that the Trump campaign or someone in it was plotting/conspiring with the Russians to meddle with the election."

During a press conference on Friday, NPR's Yamiche Alcindor, instead of trying to get useful information for the American people, thought it would be more fun to play "gotcha" with White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.  Alcindor pointed out that when CNN first attacked then-candidate Trump over his comment that Mexico, via illegal alien, was not sending its best people to America, McEnany said Trump's words were hateful and racist.

McEnany was more than ready.  First, she explained that she was wrong about Trump but only because back then, she still took CNN seriously.  Then McEnany got down to business and started reciting the way in which Obama officials said one thing to Americans while on the news and another thing entirely to Congress when under oath, in a secret chamber:

That is a star turn.

There's been a veritable flood of revelations about wrongful acts that Obama administration officials and Deep State operatives committed, all in a concerted and sustained effort to destroy the Trump presidency.  This post is a potpourri that tries to put in one place the many things the newly produced documents and transcripts have revealed.

Mollie Hemingway has written a must-read article slamming Obama and Biden for originating the anti-Trump operation during the January 5 meeting at which Comey, Yates, and Susan Rice (among others) were present.  Here's the first paragraph, in which Hemingway promises to the reader that she will prove Obama was up to his neck in the Russia hoax:

Information released in the Justice Department's motion to dismiss the case it brought against Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn confirms the significance of a January 5, 2017, meeting at the Obama White House. It was at this meeting that Obama gave guidance to key officials who would be tasked with protecting his administration's utilization of secretly funded Clinton campaign research, which alleged Trump was involved in a treasonous plot to collude with Russia, from being discovered or stopped by the incoming administration.

The rest of the article makes good on that promise.

Mollie's husband, Mark Hemingway, has written his own damning article about the FBI.  He focuses on the FBI's chicanery when it came to the 302 form about Michael Flynn's interview.  Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, and other high-level FBI officials violated every standard operating procedure there was when it came to notes from an FBI interview, including either losing or destroying the original notes from the interview.  The same people who tried to destroy General Michael Flynn over a process crime when there was no underlying crime were very cavalier about their own rules.

Outside the FBI, the missing DNC emails are in the news again.  When testifying before House members, a CrowdStrike representative admitted that it had no direct evidence that Russia stole the emails:

You can read more about the CrowdStrike testimony here.

Two interesting things flow from this revelation.  First, it rips out one of the underpinnings of the Russia collusion hoax.  Second, it brings back into play the mystery of Seth Rich's death.  It certainly could have been a botched robbery, but it's still worth noting that someone connected to a major con game run against Trump and the American people died mysteriously.

James Clapper, who once said Trump's alleged collusion with Russia was worse than Watergate said something different in private, under oath.  Once under oath, he admitted, "I never saw any direct empirical evidence that the Trump campaign or someone in it was plotting/conspiring with the Russians to meddle with the election."

During a press conference on Friday, NPR's Yamiche Alcindor, instead of trying to get useful information for the American people, thought it would be more fun to play "gotcha" with White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.  Alcindor pointed out that when CNN first attacked then-candidate Trump over his comment that Mexico, via illegal alien, was not sending its best people to America, McEnany said Trump's words were hateful and racist.

McEnany was more than ready.  First, she explained that she was wrong about Trump but only because back then, she still took CNN seriously.  Then McEnany got down to business and started reciting the way in which Obama officials said one thing to Americans while on the news and another thing entirely to Congress when under oath, in a secret chamber:

That is a star turn.