• Pragerisms

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    Dennis Prager Wisdom.

    • "The left is far more interested in gaining power than in creating wealth."
    • "Without wisdom, goodness is worthless."
    • "I prefer clarity to agreement."
    • "First tell the truth, then state your opinion."
    • "Being on the Left means never having to say you're sorry."
    • "If you don't fight evil, you fight gobal warming."
    • "There are things that are so dumb, you have to learn them."
  • Liberalism’s Seven Deadly Sins

    • Sexism
    • Intolerance
    • Xenophobia
    • Racism
    • Islamophobia
    • Bigotry
    • Homophobia

    A liberal need only accuse you of one of the above in order to end all discussion and excuse himself from further elucidation of his position.

  • Glenn’s Reading List for Die-Hard Pragerites

    • Bolton, John - Surrender is not an Option
    • Bruce, Tammy - The Thought Police; The New American Revolution; The Death of Right and Wrong
    • Charen, Mona - DoGooders:How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help
    • Coulter, Ann - If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans; Slander
    • Dalrymple, Theodore - In Praise of Prejudice; Our Culture, What's Left of It
    • Doyle, William - Inside the Oval Office
    • Elder, Larry - Stupid Black Men: How to Play the Race Card--and Lose
    • Frankl, Victor - Man's Search for Meaning
    • Flynn, Daniel - Intellectual Morons
    • Fund, John - Stealing Elections
    • Friedman, George - America's Secret War
    • Goldberg, Bernard - Bias; Arrogance
    • Goldberg, Jonah - Liberal Fascism
    • Herson, James - Tales from the Left Coast
    • Horowitz, David - Left Illusions; The Professors
    • Klein, Edward - The Truth about Hillary
    • Mnookin, Seth - Hard News: Twenty-one Brutal Months at The New York Times and How They Changed the American Media
    • Morris, Dick - Because He Could; Rewriting History
    • O'Beirne, Kate - Women Who Make the World Worse
    • Olson, Barbara - The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House
    • O'Neill, John - Unfit For Command
    • Piereson, James - Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism
    • Prager, Dennis - Think A Second Time
    • Sharansky, Natan - The Case for Democracy
    • Stein, Ben - Can America Survive? The Rage of the Left, the Truth, and What to Do About It
    • Steyn, Mark - America Alone
    • Stephanopolous, George - All Too Human
    • Thomas, Clarence - My Grandfather's Son
    • Timmerman, Kenneth - Shadow Warriors
    • Williams, Juan - Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America--and What We Can Do About It
    • Wright, Lawrence - The Looming Tower
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Victor Davis Hanson on Mueller Episodes

The Paradoxes of the Mueller Investigation

 by Victor Davis Hanson  at realclearpolitics:

Special counsel Robert Mueller has indicted 13 Russian nationals for allegedly conspiring to sow confusion in the 2016 presidential election. The chance of extraditing any of the accused from Vladimir Putin’s Russia is zero.

Some of the Russians’ Keystone Cops efforts to disrupt the election favored Donald Trump (as well as Bernie Sanders). Yet Mueller’s team made it clear that the Russians neither colluded with any U.S. citizens nor had any material effect on the election’s outcome.

But from here on out, there will be ironies, paradoxes and unintended consequences with just about everything Mueller does.

Is it now time to prosecute foreigners for attempting to interfere with a U.S. election? If so, then surely Christopher Steele, the author of the Fusion GPS dossier, is far more culpable and vulnerable than the 13 bumbling Russians.

Steele is not a U.S. citizen. Steele colluded with Russian interests in compiling his lurid dossier about Donald Trump. Steele did not register as a foreign agent. And Steele was paid by Hillary Clinton’s campaign to find dirt on political rival Trump and his campaign.

In other words, Steele’s position is far worse than that of the Russians for at a variety of reasons. One, he is easily extraditable while the Russians are not. Two, his efforts really did affect the race, given that the dossier was systematically leaked to major media and served as a basis for the U.S. government to spy on American citizens. Three, unlike with the Russians, no one disputes that American citizens — Hillary Clinton, members of the Democratic National Committee, and anti-Trump partisan Glenn Simpson and his Fusion GPS team — colluded by paying for Steele’s work.

Mueller’s team has also leveraged a guilty plea from former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn for making false statements to FBI investigators. If the Flynn case is now the Mueller standard, then we know that a number of high-ranking officials are vulnerable to such legal exposure.

Department of Justice official Bruce Ohr deliberately omitted on federal disclosure forms the fact that his wife, an expert on Russia, worked on the Fusion GPS dossier.

Steele himself probably lied to the FBI went he claimed he had not leaked the dossier’s contents to the media.

Hillary Clinton aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills likely lied to FBI investigator Peter Strzok (who had also interviewed Flynn) when they claimed they had no idea that Clinton was using a private and illegal email server until the story went public. In fact, Abedin and Mills had communicated with Clinton over the same server — as did then-President Barack Obama, who likewise denied that he knew about the improper server.

Former FBI Director James Comey likely lied to Congress when he claimed that his exoneration of Clinton came after he had interviewed her. We now know from documents that he drafted a statement about the conclusion of the investigation even before he met with her.

As far as obstruction charges go, Mueller has other possible targets. Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch met secretly with Bill Clinton on a jet parked on a tarmac in Phoenix shortly before the Justice Department closed the probe of Hillary Clinton and chose not to pursue charges against her. Comey said Lynch asked him not to use the word “investigation” when discussing the Clinton email probe. Text messages between Strzok and fellow FBI official Lisa Page suggest that Lynch knew in advance about the conclusions Comey would reach in the investigation.

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What New Phony Game is FBI Mueller Now Playing by Indicting Russians? Indict Mueller!!


…….by Paul Mirengoff at PowerLine:

I think the indictment is silly. Russia meddled in our presidential election by spreading disinformation in order to erode faith in our democracy and, let’s assume, in the hope of influencing the outcome. Why wouldn’t it? Russia is our adversary, despite Barack Obama’s denial of this reality during much of his administration.

Russia/the Soviet Union has long tried to influence our politics, as have other adversaries. The U.S. too has often tried to influence the politics of other nations. (If we aren’t employing underhanded methods to influence political outcomes in adversary nations, shame on us). Indeed, it’s possible to infer from the indictment that Russia’s interference campaign, which began in 2014, was retaliation for our interference in Ukrainian politics that year.

This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t respond to Russian interference. The question is how to respond.

The primary response should be to take preventative measures. The most important such measure is to ensure the integrity of our voting procedures — i.e., to make sure Russia and others don’t mess up our vote count. Preventing hacking of our political parties and operatives is also important. I don’t believe the Russian hacking in 2016 was very consequential because nothing in the Podesta and DNC emails can plausibly be viewed as meaningful to voters. However, we may not always be that lucky.

Preventing Russians from sneaking into the free-for-all of our political discourse strikes me as both extremely difficult and unnecessary. There is so much garbage — so many lies, libels, crazy conspiracy theories and so much vicious invective — in the rough-and-tumble world of political social media that Russia’s contribution will always likely be inconsequential. There are so many political rallies that Russian sponsorship of a few will always be virtually meaningless (especially where, as here, some of the “Russian” rallies are for one candidate and some are against him/her).

Surely, Russian efforts were inconsequential in 2016. As John noted, at the height of the presidential campaign, the Russia campaign budget was only $1,250,000 per month. This pales in comparison to what the major candidates and their parties were spending. It isn’t enough to turn even a close election. Suggesting that Russia’s efforts affected the outcome of this election is like saying that dropping a bucket of water into the sea affected the tide.

In any event, what’s the point of indicting Russians over whom we have no jurisdiction? Doing so serves no apparent preventative or punitive purpose. If we want to deter or punish Russian interference, we can step up our interference in Russian politics, impose more sanctions, and/or take positions adverse to Russia on matters important to it. Each of these approaches imposes pain. This indictment does not.

I think this latest instance of “lawfare” just makes us look weak and foolish. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Kremlin is having a laugh about it. Not as nearly as big a laugh, though, as the one it’s having over the disruption of the Trump administration that the seemingly baseless Russia collusion story has produced.

Because there appears to be no chance of bringing the Russians in question to justice, I can’t help but suspect that Mueller’s indictment is about justifying the existence of a special counsel. It may also be about cementing his position. Allahpundit suggests it may be more difficult for President Trump to sack Mueller now that he has indicted Russians because doing so might cause some to believe, absurdly, that he is protecting Russia.

Here’s what the indictment is not about: it’s not about responding seriously to Russian interference in the 2016 election.

UPDATE: Andy McCarthy presents a similar view of the indictment in a column called “Russia Launches ‘Information’ War, U.S. Responds with Lawsuit and Self-Destruction.”

Popular California Congressional Twit, Adam Schiff Shifts!! Now Attacks FBI; Law Enforcement


by Scott Johnson at PowerLine:

The Democrats’ media adjunct amplified a key Democratic talking point over the past two weeks. According to the Democrats and their media friends, one is not to criticize the bad actions of anyone in the FBI or other such agencies. If you do, you’re trashing law enforcement. Retroactive application of this rule to the depredations of President Obama and the Obama administration is prohibited. Mollie Hemingway collected a few exhibits of the current media campaign attacking Republicans on this ground in this Federalist column.

Now the shifty Adam Schiff has gone to war on law enforcement in the formerly disapproved fashion. It is not reported this way in Kyle Cheney’s Politico article “Schiff complains FBI, Justice Department making too many demands on Russia memo,” but there it is. Schiff of course also attributes fault to President Trump, at whose behest the FBI and Department of Justice are said to be acting. It’s a twofer! For some reason, Schiff’s shocking disparagement of law enforcement goes unmentioned.

Despite FBI Director Wray Claim…. The FBI Was, Is Corrupted by the Obama-Hillary Leftists

FBI-gate: The Outlines of the Story Are Coming into Focus

by Thomas Lifson  at  American Thinker:

Thanks to the work of smart and hardworking (non-mainstream) journalists, we can peek just a bit over the horizon and see where the story of the weaponization of the FBI via a senior-level cabal is going from here.  I use the word “story” deliberately, because that is the way public opinion forms itself on major political affairs.  The progressives in the media and politics  have long understood this.  The cast of the story is now set, and some dramatic plot points have been identified.  The ending hasn’t been written yet, of course, but the villains are identifying themselves or being exposed, and some of the heroes are emerging.  We are on the cusp of a drama much bigger than Watergate breaking open, and its story elements are compelling.

In the calm before the storm breaks, the mainstream media and the Democrat attack squad from the House Intel committee [i] are in the midst of utterly discrediting themselves.  Once the story breaks into the open, indictments will be handed down, and the witnesses, hostile and cooperating, will be heard in hearings and in court.  They have worked together to cover up and distract from the story, but the truth will out, and now it is becoming clear how that will happen.

The fake controversy over the ten-page Schiff memo is keeping the morale of the #resistance crowd up, but Schiff himself will go down in history as the guy who kicked sand in the eyes of the investigators.  All that media effort in pushing the phony narrative of Russia collusion will make them into dupes and laughingstocks, once the solid evidence is brought to light that a conspiracy to push that phony narrative was run with key members of the Clinton machine working hand in glove with the cabal.

Sharyl Attkisson has done us a great favor in identifying the dramatis personae who formed the FBI “secret society” that protected Hillary and spied on Trump.  She has organized a chart depicting the senior-level personnel changes at the Justice Department during the campaign, the Russia probe, and the Clinton email probe, highlighting in yellow the individuals James Comey appointed.

In the space of a year, as the presidential campaigns got rolling in the fall of 2015, James Comey moved his team into top positions in the intelligence and counterintelligence apparatus of the FBI.  That’s where the surveillance capacity exists.  Thanks to the efforts of Chairman Devin Nunes of the House Intel Committee and Senators Grassley and Graham, we have the basic story already outlined and have received the first installment of the plot: the issuance of the FISA warrants on the basis of a fiction pushed by the Clinton campaign.

Disclosure of some of the lovebird texts of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page already has provided plenty of drama – romance, secrets, hatred, and a break-up text calling off the affair – and there are more texts to come.  Strzok’s firing from the Mueller special counsel’s team was the first manifestation of the cabal being busted, and last week’s flurry of senior-level FBI officials departing is another sign that insiders know that the jig is up.

Meanwhile, our own Clarice Feldman presents evidence that the guilty plea of General Michael Flynn, the pre-eminent scalp hanging from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s belt, may be thrown out of court when he appears for sentencing by Judge Emmet Sullivan, following the mysterious recusal of Judge Rudolph Contreras and the equally or even more mysterious request by Mueller to delay sentencing.  Something’s up, and it is big.

The forthcoming Department of Justice inspector general’s report, believed to be slated for next month, is a wild card.  With a staff of 250, I.G. Michael Horowitz should have uncovered much, and Horowitz has a sterling reputation.  But then again, so did James Comey at one point.  Lots of people putatively on our side have vouched for Horowitz, but we don’t know the scope of the report, nor do we know what evidence of corruption will be presented.

However, a game-changer is about to drop.  Last Saturday, we got the first indirect, inferential evidence of a major revelation on its way: there is an informant from among the cast of characters Sharyl Attkisson highlighted in yellow, a canary singing to save himself.

This mystery figure is the man who, a number of observers noticed, has never been mentioned as the information has dripped out of the FBI.  His name is Bill Priestap, and he was brought in by James Comey as assistant director of the FBI, Counterintelligence Division, in December 2015.

Preistap’s identity as the DOJ’s informant was inadvertently and indirectly confirmed Saturday night by Chris Stewart, a member of the Nunes committee, under informed and targeted questioning by Judge Jeanine Pirro, a former prosecutor and skilled courtroom interrogator.

Watch below as she blindsides Stewart with Priestap’s name, he deflects the question, and then she circles back in, softening him up by saying, “I don’t like that I haven’t heard of him.”  Then she went in for the kill, laying out the way Comey “threw him under the bus” (more on that later from Sundance) and then says, “The fact that we haven’t heard from Priestap tells me that he’s cooperating with someone or…what?”

Poor Stewart, an honest man, then gives away the game by responding, “Well, look, I’m gonna be careful because I’m not sure what we can say on this, and believe me, I don’t want to be the headline when Chris Stewart reveals a bunch of sensitive or classified information[.]”  Okay, he didn’t say, Yes, Priestap’s a cooperating witness, but it’s clear to me that such an inference is justified.

Sundance of Conservative Treehouse has a brilliant analysis that should be read in its entirety laying out why Priestap is the songbird.

His analysis of the moment Comey “threw him under the bus” is persuasive:

On March 20th 2017 congressional testimony, James Comey was asked why the FBI Director did not inform congressional oversight about the counterintelligence operation that began in July 2016.

FBI Director Comey said he did not tell congressional oversight he was investigating presidential candidate Donald Trump because the Director of Counterintelligence suggested he not do so. *Very important detail.*

I cannot emphasize this enough. *VERY* important detail. Again, notice how Comey doesn’t use Priestap’s actual name, but refers to his position and title. Again, watch [Prompted]

… At that moment, that very specific moment during that March 20th hearing, anyone who watches these hearings closely could see FBI Director James Comey was attempting to create his own exit from being ensnared in the consequences from the wiretapping and surveillance operation of candidate Trump, President-elect Trump, and eventually President Donald Trump.

In essence, Bill Priestap was James Comey’s fall guy.  We knew it at the time that Bill Priestap would likely see this the same way.  The guy would have too much to lose by allowing James Comey to set him up.

Immediately there was motive for Bill Priestap to flip and become the primary source to reveal the hidden machinations.  Why should he take the fall for the operation when there were multiple people around the upper-levels of leadership who carried out the operation[?]

Already, despite the mainstream media’s best effort, half of the public now believes that senior law enforcement officials broke the law to hinder the Trump presidency, according to Rasmussen.  A grand narrative of breathtaking conspiracy and corruption awaits us as the biggest political scandal in American history unfolds.  The story now has a face and a narrator named Priestap, even though his information can’t yet be revealed.  All in good tine, but preferably before November.

Liars and the Corruption at the FBI!

When I was young and in elementary and high  school,  usually well educated, JudeoChristian public school  old maids pressed  me and my fellow students to consume  knowledge,  from  preWorld War II  to  postwar and the beginning of the nuclear age.    Learning knowledge would make us become closer to God, for God knows all matter.

Guy teachers showed up in high school preaching  stuff like Chemistry, Trig,  Physics,  and shared pressing History with the women folk….until my senior year when grades  pass/fail and its foolishness were introduced to eliminate competition among the learning.

When I entered the University of Minnesota paying  $25 per quarter freshman year,  professors, all male, directed  class participants to look to the student seated  on both besides and  the one behind  to remember that in two years or less, they in number no longer would be matriculating at this University.  So, you better study!

They taught knowledge accordingly as if we were in the military.  Until graduate school, I never became aware of professors’ politics.

The most successful “professor” I have ever met in my life, however, is   our Dennis Prager,  your  radio man with about 20 plus million of followers.   There’s no math, trig, geomorphology, physics, astronomy  or biochemistry stuff to worry about in his radio classes.

Dennis is a religious, spiritual, political, social problem thinking…AMERICAN who loves, as I and his listeners do, our country……..all without STATE DICTATE!

He has learned to love and respect, as  I learned to love and respect, our full blooded American 45th President of these United States Donald J. Trump,  a successful businessman who loves his country also.

Mr. Trump is very, very bright and so, quick minded….an inheritance that usually  bears lots of goods and some not so goods due to his speed of his art of problem-solving.   His quickness of response in conversation or speaking to his followers,   or  to  questions fair and foul by the vast American fascistic- left media often radiate to a bite for humor for some, and put down for opponents….of which he has many fascistic drones from the nation’s fascistic press.

The overwhelming American  fascistic left of press and television readily call and so advertise  our President Donald J. Trump as a chronic liar.   DON’T even listen to him with a venom as if you’ll be poisoned if you do!

I could not listen to Donald Trump, or support any conservative for being chronic liars.  It is why I cannot support ANY CURRENT DEMOCRAT in or out of office, for they are cowed by the new poisons of politics, feminism, black racism, and most drug and fascism dealers from Mexico,  and JudeoChristian haters from the Islamic militants…..all welcomed by Nancy Pelosi and Charles Schumer, if you know the “Democrats” they are!!!


President Trump is not an oily politician so many politicians are programmed to be.  Nor am I;  nor is Dennis!    He, like we,  exaggerate out of anger or stirred by expressing   the  truths we believe in.   TRUTH MATTERS TO US AND FREEDOM LOVING CONSERVATIVES.


Real liars Charles Schumer,  Nancy Pelosi, Hillary R. Clinton,  and their neofascistic Democrat Party, led by eight years of transforming our America into fascism forever, have,   since the election of Donald Trump, encouraged by the experienced fascistic one- party press, continue their hate for citizen freedoms.

Our Donald is NOT a politician!  Unlike current Democratic Leftists, he loses his cool, some might say, “fairly often”.   Like the typical  untrained politico, his public speech habits, like mine and our beloved Dennis,  include exaggerations.

Confident Leftists don’t care about lies because  lies are among their favorite  weapons to reach power.   CHECK OUT OBAMA’S CORRUPT COMEY AT THE TOP OF THE FBI DEPARTMENT MANEUVERING, SPYING TO DESTROY   CANDIDATE DONALD J. TRUMP FROM BECOMING THE 45TH AMERICAN PRESIDENT.


What are lies?  One has to have some degree of knowledge, some kind of a humanity oriented religious background to recognize good from evil.   What if some Minnesotan claims Wheeling is the capital of West Virginia.   I happen to know it’s Charleston.   Wheeling guy is  not a  liar.   He is merely   mistaken!

Wealthy Donald Trump speaks and acts like a real American citizen who loves his country.  Like the overwhelming majority of American citizens, he is not a chronic liar.   Lying is a professional politician’s habit…..especially among those countless who spew leftism with every second breath.

Hillary, you folks certainly remember her,  is a classic habitual liar and usually a very noisy one at that. She’s proud of this skill.   One can tell for she often lies a mile a minute.   She’s proved it in spades for the past 45 years.

THAT CANNOT BE SAID ABOUT TODAY’S LEFTIST DEMOCRAT PARTY.   Its fascism as designed by the Obama invasion of Washington to change the nation forever,  dictates mouth and mood of its politicians and owns the power of money.

If one hears or reads a lie often enough, the lie becomes a truth to the many, if not most.   THAT IS WHERE WE ARE IN TODAY’S OBAMA TRAINED FBI, NEWSPRINT, TELEVISION NEWS world often  including the “fair and balanced”  at Fox and those “conservative RINO  David Frum, Bill Kristol, and such in the  world elsewhere….

Obamaling fascist world’s   cancer cells had been    metastasizing during  election year, 2016,  among  the top in our nation’s security staff at the  Federal Bureau of Investigation, designed to destroy every  possibility that American  businessman, Donald J. Trump “would never become President of the United States”.

FBI’s special counsel, sly Robert Mueller,  searching for something, anything  bad about properly elected, President Trump,  might be exposed as part of the above Obamaling corruption at the FBI.





Levin: There’s ‘no way Obama didn’t know’ about his administration’s ‘police state tactics’

by Chris Pandolfo, for Mark Levin  at the  Conservative Review:

On Monday, CRTV host Mark Levin returned from a short break to explain why President Obama must have known about the FISA warrant application process and the “police state tactics” detailed in the Nunes memo.

“Barack Obama had to know, at least generally, what was taking place for multiple reasons. And he’s the one the Democrats are protecting the most,” Levin said. “He’s the one the media are protecting the most.”


Levin argues that Obama must have known because several senior members of his administration knew.

“So Lynch, Yates, Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page — they all knew about the FISA application. Would they have kept it secret from the president of the United States?” Levin asked. “Moreover, if I found pieces of this in the media, you have to assume the president’s press team found pieces of this in the media.”

“There’s no way Obama didn’t know about the applications and the actual securing of the warrant,” Levin said. “And yet he’s never asked about it.”

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The stunning Nunes memo, Jim Comey is the new Deep-Throat, the DOJ-FBI disinformation campaign, and Obama’s ultimate complicity…

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Cjack Reviews the Meaning of Our FBI’s “Obstruction of Justice”

A Conspiracy to Overturn the Will of the American People—
“Obstruction of Justice.” What is it…we must ask! For those befuddled by these words so readily thrown to the American public, like gratuitous morsels to hungry dogs, by our vociferous Democrats and their anti-Trump co-conspirators in the media, the following definition is offered.

“Obstruction of justice is the crime or act of willfully interfering with the process of justice and law, especially by influencing, threatening, harming, or impeding a witness, potential witness, juror, or judicial or legal officers, or by furnishing false information or otherwise impeding an investigation or legal process.”

Obstruction of justice is a felony under federal law. Is there any evidence that President Trump obstructed justice when he fired the corrupt ex-Director of the FBI, James Comey for his ‘leaking’ of a scurrilous self-serving memo of his private ‘conversions’ with the president to the Columbia University professor who delivered it to the NY Times (Slimes) newspaper?…Lies intended to trigger the appointment of ‘a special counsel’ to investigate the President, his campaign officials and transition team based on a ‘fake dossier’ of a ‘Trump-Russia Collusion’ to deny Hillary Clinton the presidency of the United States, eh?

Moreover, that ‘fake dossier’ was used by the FBI and the DOJ to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on Mr. Trump, his family, personnel involved in his presidential campaign and transition team after the election results. It must be noted that all of these unethical acts were conducted by high law enforcement and intelligence officials of the Obama administration. Yet, now with the nefarious Obama out of office and the ‘Trump-Russia Collusion’ narrative discredited, Special Counsel Mueller is doggedly pursuing an obstruction of justice charge against the president; if not to take down the president, most surely to impede the investigation of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Obama’s ‘deep state’ operatives who may have committed a string of criminals acts that may have compromised our national stability and security.

It was not Donald Trump who colluded with foreign powers to enrich himself at the expense of our national security; it was the corrupt ex-president Barack Hussein Obama and high officials in his administration who bartered our nation’s respect and sovereignty for 40 pieces of silver. Those are the colluding crooks Mueller should be after, not Donald Trump. But then again, the then FBI director Robert Mueller must have been in on the “Uranium One Deal”…eh?

I say, based on the illegal anti-Trump activities conducted by politically-partisan rogue elements of the FBI and DOJ and the evidence uncovered by creditable legal firms and non-partisan media organizations, the above legal definition of what constitutes obstruction of justice should justify the immediate termination of ‘Special Counsel’ Robert Mueller’s investigation; the President has not acted in any manner to obstruct justice.

However, what is quite clear is what amounts to be a ‘politically convenient’ investigation conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller— based on the discredited “false” Trump-Russia Collusion ‘dossier’ compiled by the ex-British spy Christopher Steele— is nothing more than an attempt to ‘cover up’ a string of criminal activities conducted by high US government officials under the consent of our ex-president Barack Hussein Obama; a US president whose legacy to date must be footnoted as the saddest chapter in our political history; a dastard act to deny our duly elected President Donald J. Trump, his legal authority to govern the nation. The perpetrators must be punished.

CJack, Editor, Sentinel on the Gulf, February 4, 2018