Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Wheels of justice grinding slow, but surpassingly fine

And also deliciously.
House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff is in damage control mode after the New York Times reported that he learned about the Deep State CIA spy’s accusations against President Trump several days before the officer filed a whistleblower complaint. The Deep State spook filed a complaint on August 12 based on second-hand knowledge and hearsay of Trump’s July 25 phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, so Schiff had knowledge of the accusations and worked discreetly for up to two weeks. Schiff is now claiming he has never met with or spoken to the whistleblower — in fact, Schiff is claiming he doesn’t even know the identity of the whistleblower!
You really have to click on over to Gateway and enjoy the picture of the grotesque waterhead Schitt. I ask you: is that not the most eminently punchable face you ever saw?
It is blatantly obvious that Adam Schiff is one of the main architects of this coup against Trump and worked with the Brennan protege to help him craft the complaint. Just days after the whistleblower filed a claim of wrongdoing by President Trump, an aide to Schiff flew to Ukraine. So Schiff knew about the accusations well before the CIA spy filed a whistleblower complaint and planned accordingly.
Oh, I'm afraid the skies are looking a hell of a lot more cloudy for ol' Pencilneck than that flat statement implies.
The Democratic head of the House Intelligence Committee, Representative Adam B. Schiff of California, learned about the outlines of a C.I.A. officer's concerns that President Trump had abused his power days before the officer filed a whistle-blower complaint, according to a spokesman and current and former American officials. The early account by the future whistle-blower shows how determined he was to make known his allegations that Mr. Trump asked Ukraine's government to interfere on his behalf in the 2020 election. It also explains how Mr. Schiff knew to press for the complaint when the Trump administration initially blocked lawmakers from seeing it. Before going to Congress, the C.I.A. officer had a colleague convey his accusations to the agency's top lawyer. Concerned about how that avenue for airing his allegations was unfolding, the officer then approached a House Intelligence Committee aide, alerting him to the accusation against Mr. Trump. In both cases, the original accusation was vague.

The House staff member, following the committee's procedures, suggested the officer find a lawyer to advise him and file a whistle-blower complaint. The aide shared some of what the officer conveyed to Mr. Schiff.
Oooops. Ace adds:
Remember when Fred Fleitz and others reported that, based on their long experienc in national security and with whistleblowers, the "whistleblower" complaint did not read like any real whistleblower's complaint, but like something written by a Democrat lawyer for political impact? Well, there you go. It reads like it was written by a partisan Democrat legislative aide because it was written by a partisan Democrat legislative aide.
Under Schitt's close tutelage and advisement, no doubt. But the execrable Schitt-For-Brains is by no means the only one perched on the hot griddle all of a sudden.
ROME—When Attorney General William Barr showed up at the U.S. embassy’s Palazzo Margherita here on tony Via Veneto last week, he had two primary requests. He needed a conference room to meet high-level Italian security agents where he could be sure no one was listening in. And he needed an extra chair for U.S. Attorney John Durham of Connecticut, who would be sitting in as his right-hand man.

The Daily Beast has learned that Barr and Durham were especially interested in what the Italian secret service knew about Joseph Mifsud, the erstwhile professor from Malta who had allegedly promised then-candidate Donald Trump’s campaign aide George Papadopoulos he could deliver Russian “dirt” on Hillary Clinton. The Italian justice ministry’s public records show that Mifsud had applied for police protection in Italy after disappearing from Link University, where he worked and, in doing so, had given a taped deposition to explain just why people might want to harm him.

A source in the Italian Ministry of Justice, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told The Daily Beast that Barr and Durham were played the tape. A second source within the Italian government also confirmed to The Daily Beast that Barr and Durham were shown other evidence the Italians had on Mifsud. 

Mifsud, you may recall, is the CIA-linked stooge who set Papadopolous up, lighting off the whole Russia "collusion" scam. If Barr has gone so far as to quietly slip off to Rome without fuss or fanfare to look into Mifsud, perhaps he really is serious enough about his investigation to reinforce the faltering hope for a salutary outcome: JUSTICE FOR THE COUP PLOTTERS. In sum:
As Democrats ramp up their impeachment efforts against President Trump, Fox News contributor Dan Bongino said the party is starting to panic at the possibility of being linked to illegal spying, as the Department of Justice inspector general prepares to release his report on the matter.

"It's never going to stop. I mean, the republic is dying a slow death," he said Monday on "Fox & Friends." "We're on life support here... They're panicking because the IG report's about to come out, which is about to expose a massive government spying operation against Donald Trump.

"Here's the key takeaway -- in collusion with foreign governments," Bongino continued. "That's why they're panicking. And they're panicking because... what the Obama administration did is 1,000 times worse than what they're alleging Donald Trump did."

May their fears prove entirely justified, their punishment severe, and their destruction total. Now, from the same link, let's bring it all back around to good ol' Gigantahead, shall we?
Bongino also said it's Trump's job to protect the office of the president by standing firm against congressional lawmakers, specifically Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., by asserting his privilege as commander in chief.

The first job of the president right now is to protect the presidency," he said. "The White House counsel and others have to draw the line. This is one of the sleaziest members of Congress, Adam Schiff. He went in front of the American people in a public hearing where people could look at a public transcript and literally lied about it, and then tried to cover his tracks."

"This is a nationally televised, important hearing and he lied. He's a liar, this guy," Bongino added. "Don't disclose anything to this guy."

Indict him for treason. Try him. Hang him. Gibbets and crows.


Wraith said...

So this is where you went off to--what happened to CF?


Apparently Pelosi knew too:

Here's my concern... back in 2012 when Imperious Barackus Rex had his "flexibility" moment on video, I was CONVINCED that would do him in. I simply could not fathom how ANYONE with even a scintilla of "America" in their blood could vote for him after that was out. History shows I was wrong.

So, we could have video evidence in just a few seconds of the outright perfidy (let alone outright treason) of the Dems, and people will still vote for them. How, now, when to fully grasp the picture of what they've done requires hours and hours of reading multiple sources. Far beyond the ken of the average American these days.


As to that piece of Schiff specifically... yes, that's precisely what he did. Outright lied, knowing that the enemedia and Left-blogosphere would take his words at face value, spread that "fertilizer" everywhere, and that would become the new truth.

HoundOfDoom said...

Good to read you again, Mike.

George True said...

I too am looking forward to Cold Fury is back online. Any idea when that might be?

Mike Hendrix said...

Sorry for not having clued you folks in on that, but the truth is A) I've gotten hit with some fairly big unexpected expenses of late and frankly just have not been able to scrounge the cash yet, and B) I've also been busy as hell and decided to kind of withdraw a little from the whole political-discourse business for a bit. Francis touches on some of the reasons why in this post, with which I sympathize and couldn't agree more. The futility of trying to reason our Leftist adversary out of positions he never reasoned himself into in the first place has gone from merely tiresome to infuriating, and there is no end in sight to his mulish stupidity. So I've been contest to pop in and post now and then here and at Daily Pundit as well, just to keep my hand in. But honestly? My pause from all this has been more refreshing than I imagined it would be, and the truth is I've never been closer to just saying to hell with it all and walking away in disgust than I am right now. I do sincerely appreciate y'all asking; maybe I'll get the batteries recharged enough to dive back into the deep end soon, but for now I got too much on my plate and not enough fork to attend to it all. I'll definitely try to be better about keeping everyone posted either way.

Mike Hendrix said...

Dang it, forgot the link to Francis's above-mentioned post: