Monday, April 1, 2019

Threefer The Price of One

This morning's Washington Post is reporting the American president has announced he will release the full, unredacted version of the now notorious Clinton inspired FISA application, used by the Obama regime to spy on presidential candidate and later president Trump.

AT the same time he advised he had ordered the Attorney General to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate crimes and misdemeanors associated with the collusion between the Clinton campaign, the Democratic party and the news media over the three years since the 'dossier' first appeared.

To put icing on the cake, the president remarked in passing that he had ordered the FBI enquiry into Hillary Clinton's misuse of her private computer while she was Secretary of State to be reopened and enlarged to include the circumstances surrounding foreign donation to the Clinton foundation during her term of office.

Clapper's in the crapper, Comey ain't comfy and Brennan is reported to be singing like a walrus. in the vain hope he'll get the Jussie Smollett treatment.

I'm not sure how much more of all this winning I can take!

2 comments:

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Never a truer word spoken in jest, even on April Fool's day.

Clapper (not Brennan) is singing like a canary, on CNN.

"ANDERSON COOPER, CNN HOST: The 2017 assessment that the President says he now agrees with, that was done while you and then NCI Director John Brennan were still in office. So, how can we reconcile the President attacking you, but apparently after a very long time finally, allegedly saying — or saying he allegedly agrees with the product of the intelligence community that you, yourself oversaw?

JAMES CLAPPER: Yes, well, this is — yes, as we’ve come to know the President, he is not a stalwart for a consistency or coherence. So it’s very hard to explain that. One point I’d like to make, Anderson, that I don’t think has come up very much before, and I’m alluding now to the President’s criticism of President Obama for all that he did or didn’t do before he left office with respect to the Russian meddling. If it weren’t for President Obama, we might not have done the intelligence community assessment that we did that set off a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today, notably, special counsel Mueller’s investigation.

President Obama is responsible for that..."

Bill K said...
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