Posted by: Dr Churchill | May 31, 2018

SpyGate (Chapter Three)

SpyGate 

This book details the evidence and the reasons behind the recent failed Coup D’Etat against the American Democracy.

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“This is the most important existential threat that our country has faced since the inception of this Republic” —Dr Churchill

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This Book was written by Dr Pano Churchill 

Copyright 2018

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Chapter Three

The Background Story

This book investigates the background story of the Russia-Russia witch hunt, and the hoax that was manufactured in the closing hours of the Obama White House, and reveals how multiple leading personalities within the FBI, and inside Barack Obama’s Justice Department, and at the top of the Obama White House, conspired, and improperly schemed to help elect Hillary Clinton and defeat Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

The efforts to begin targeting and reaching out to Trump campaign officials to gain “intelligence” on Russia, which would ultimately justify the FBI investigation, began weeks and possibly months before the FBI had a formal predicate. There are also internal FBI documents showing that the FBI was talking about the Obama White House taking over the investigation and fears that the Justice Department was going to leak.

When this conspiratorial effort failed, those same people pursued a contrived investigation of President Trump in an attempt to undo the will of the American people, erase the election results, and remove Donald J. Trump as President of these United States.

The evidence suggests that partisans within the White House, led by Obama surrogate Valerie Jarett, led the FBI and the Department of Justice, along with others like Loretta Lunch, Clapper, Brennan, and Comey — all driven by political and personal animus and a misplaced sense of political righteousness, conspired and surreptitiously acted to subvert the Free & Fair electoral Democracy in our country.

This book helps to understand the twelve most important questions in this Russian Witch Hunt of Mueller, Comey, & Rosenstein, and the Coup D’Etat that is still unfolding in our country, and whose disposition remains to be seen.

Here are the dirty dozen questions:
1) How did Hillary Clinton manage to escape prosecution despite compelling evidence she violated the law?
2) How did Peter Strzok, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Loretta Lynch, and others obstructed justice by protecting Clinton?
3) Why was there never a legitimate criminal investigation of Clinton in the Uranium One case?
4) Are the text messages exchanged between Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page evidence of a concerted effort to undermine the electoral process?
5) Was there ever any real evidence of “collusion” between Trump and the Russians?
6) Did Trump obstruct justice in the firing of Comey or was he legally exercising his constitutional authority?
7) Did the FBI and DOJ improperly use a discredited “dossier” about Trump to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on Trump associates?
8) Should Mueller have disqualified himself under the special counsel law based on glaring conflicts of interest?
9) Was fired National Security Adviser Michael Flynn unfairly charged with making a false statement?
10) Yesterday the US prosecutors interviewed James Comey as part as they consider whether to charge his deputy Andrew McCabe for ‘lying to federal agents’ — what’s the result of that?
11) On Wednesday it was reported that McCabe drafted a memo on circumstances leading up to Comey’s firing — what’s in that memo that burns Comey?
12) Why has Guiliani the current lawyer for President Trump, said that the Mueller investigation is not looking at President Trump, and what does he know from his conversations with Mueller?

All these questions will be answered soonest in the following chapters of this succinct book, starting from today’s current news about the gripping investigation of the Inspector General of the Justice Department, into the investigators…

Because apparently it was only confirmed yesterday that federal prosecutors interviewed fired FBI director James Comey, and asked him to shed light into McCabe’s conduct within the FBI investigations, because they are considering whether his deputy Andrew McCabe should be charged for lying to federal agents.

Investigators from the Washington DC office of the U.S. Attorney, recently spoke to Comey as part of their probe into whether McCabe broke the law. This is what the Washington Post reported in their late edition.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz has accused McCabe of misleading investigators, and this new step in that direction was expected for some time now.

Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz has also accused ex-FBI director Comey of lying four times — three of them under oath.

Lying to investigators carries a five-year prison sentence, but surely McCabe and Comey have both denied any wrongdoing, and their stellar reputations for truth telling will absolve them like it did General Flynn…

Prosecutors interviewed fired FBI director James Comey and are considering whether his deputy Andrew McCabe should be charged for lying to federal agents.

Michael R. Bromwich, McCabe’s lawyer, said in a statement to the Post: ‘A little more than a month ago, we confirmed that we had been advised that a criminal referral to the U.S. Attorney’s Office had been made regarding Mr. McCabe.

‘We said at that time that we were confident that, unless there is inappropriate pressure from high levels of the Administration, the U.S. Attorney’s Office would conclude that it should decline to prosecute. Our view has not changed.’

On Wednesday it was reported that McCabe drafted a memo on circumstances leading up to Comey’s firing.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press to discuss a secret document that has been turned over to special counsel Robert Mueller.

His team is investigating whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia during the 2016 presidential election and whether the president sought to obstruct that inquiry through actions including the firing of Comey last May.

The memo concerns a conversation that McCabe had with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein about Rosenstein’s preparations for Comey’s firing.

Rosenstein played an important role in that episode, having authored a memo faulting Comey for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation that the White House held up as justification for Trump’s decision to fire the FBI director.

Andrew McCabe wrote the top secret memo because ‘he was afraid Rosenstein gave Trump cover to fire Comey’ and now McCabe’s memo has been turned over to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, because Mueller is investigating possible collusion between Trump campaign and Russia.
The Special Counsel Mueller was appointed a week after Trump fired FBI Director Jim Comey, and McCabe thought Rosenstein was actually giving Trump cover to fire Comey.

His team is investigating whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia during the 2016 presidential election and whether the president sought to obstruct that inquiry through actions including the firing of Comey last May.

The memo concerns a conversation that McCabe had with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein about Rosenstein’s preparations for Comey’s firing.

Rosenstein played an important role in that episode, having authored a memo faulting Comey for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation that the White House held up as justification for Trump’s decision to fire the FBI director.

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe drafted a memo on circumstances leading up to the firing of his onetime boss, James Comey, a person familiar with the situation said Wednesday night…

Rosenstein has said he wrote a memo laying out his concerns with Comey after learning that the White House intended to fire him.

According to McCabe’s memo, Rosenstein indicated to him that he was initially asked to reference the Russia investigation in his own memo on Comey.

But the final version didn’t include discussion of Russia and focused instead on the Clinton email case.

McCabe was reportedly worried that the Clinton email case was being referenced so that Rosenstein would give Trump cover to then go ahead and dismiss Comey in an effort to derail the Russia investigation, according to The New York Times.

A new report says the D.C. U.S. Attorney’s office recently interviewed fired FBI Director James Comey, in what is being described as “an indication the office is seriously considering” whether former bureau Deputy Andrew McCabe should face criminal charges.

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The Washington Post writes: “Justice Department Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz accused McCabe in April of misleading investigators and Comey four times — three of them under oath — about authorizing a disclosure to the media. Horowitz referred the findings to the D.C. U.S. Attorney’s Office to determine whether criminal charges are warranted.”

Lying to federal investigators can carry a five-year prison sentence, though McCabe disputes that he intentionally misled anyone. Comey’s interview, while significant, does not indicate prosecutors have reached any conclusions, and people familiar with the process said it is not surprising given the allegations McCabe faces. A referral from the inspector general does not guarantee charges will be filed.

McCabe’s attorney, Michael Bromwich, issued a statement in response to what he describes as an “extremely disturbing” leak from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
“A little more than a month ago, we confirmed that we had been advised that a criminal referral to the U.S. Attorney’s Office had been made regarding Mr. McCabe. We said at that time that we were confident that, unless there is inappropriate pressure from high levels of the Administration, the U.S. Attorney’s Office would conclude that it should decline to prosecute. Our view has not changed.”

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, acting on the recommendation of the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility, terminated McCabe on March 16th of 2018.

“The FBI’s OPR then reviewed the report and underlying documents and issued a disciplinary proposal recommending the dismissal of Mr. McCabe. Both the OIG and FBI OPR reports concluded that Mr. McCabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor − including under oath − on multiple occasions,” Sessions said in a statement.

“Pursuant to Department Order 1202, and based on the report of the Inspector General, the findings of the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility, and the recommendation of the Department’s senior career official, I have terminated the employment of Andrew McCabe effective immediately.”

In January, McCabe had stepped down as FBI Deputy Director and planned to remain on “leave” until spring, in order to be fully eligible for his pension.

Rosenstein appointed Mueller as a special counsel to investigate President Trump just one week after Comey was fired.

He has said he would recuse himself if necessary if his actions became relevant to Mueller’s investigation.

The AP reported in March that McCabe had drafted multiple memos, including about his interactions with Trump.

Comey also drafted a series of memos about his own encounters with Trump that unnerved him.

The New York Times first reported on the content of this particular memo.

McCabe became FBI acting director following Comey’s firing last May.

He was fired as deputy director in March, just days before his scheduled retirement, amid an inspector general finding that he had misled internal investigators about his role in an October 2016 disclosure to The Wall Street Journal.

But now the whole house of cards is collapsing… because a new MSNBC poll about Mueller brings surprising landslide result, where most Americans Say Mueller’s Got Nothing. The Poll shows an overwhelming majority of Americans think Mueller’s investigation is a witchhunt.

Robert Mueller’s fishing expedition has been going on for more than a year. Now, Americans are telling MSNBC — much to the network’s consternation — that it may be time for Mueller to put up the “Gone Fishin’” sign on the special counsel’s door.

A new poll released by MSNBC shows a majority of Americans think Mueller’s investigation is a “witchhunt,” much to the surprise of the people at the network.

According to the survey, only 41 percent of people believe the Mueller investigation has uncovered crimes, compared to 59 percent who believe that it hasn’t.

The new poll released by MSNBC shows a majority of Americans think Mueller’s investigation is a “witchhunt,” much to the surprise of the people at the network.

“The Robert Mueller investigation has yielded many indictments and convictions, but a recent poll shows most Americans believe Donald Trump’s pronouncement that the Russia probe is a baseless ‘witchhunt,’” the network said as they announced the poll, which merited a panel discussion anchored by Joy Reid as to “why the president is controlling the narrative on Mueller’s Russia investigation.” (?)

According to the survey, only 41 percent of people believe the Mueller investigation has uncovered crimes, compared to 59 percent who believe that it hasn’t.

That’s an 18-point difference.

Do you think the Mueller investigation will uncover any wrongdoing by President Trump?

Only one major figure thus far — Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser to Trump — has pleaded guilty to the crime of making false statements to investigators. This conviction doesn’t seem to point to Russian collusion during the campaign, mostly because Flynn wasn’t even involved with the campaign at any significant level.

Oh yes, there’s George Papadopoulos, the low-level staffer whose drunken ramblings are the basis for so many conspiracy theories. He also made false statements to investigators — and still, no evidence of collusion with the Russians.

So, what are we going on now?

Mueller, who was hired to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 election, now seems to be focusing on a non-disclosure agreement with a porn star who’s hired a wonderfully self-promoting lawyer. That’s what our taxpayer dollars are being spent on.

Former President Richard Nixon was one of the most secretive men to have ever commandeered the Oval Office, and in an era long before the internet or electronic records were normally kept. A little over two years after a “third-rate burglary,” a glassy-eyed Nixon was on the tube telling America that he would resign the office of the presidency at noon tomorrow, at which time Vice President Gerald Ford etc., you know the drill.

By that time, Attorney General John Mitchell, White House Chief of Staff H.R. Haldeman, domestic affairs assistant John Ehrlichman, political affairs specialist Charles Colson and Nixon campaign lawyer G. Gordon Liddy had been indicted or pleaded guilty. White House counsel John Dean had started cooperating with the prosecution, and the vice president had resigned due to unrelated charges uncovered in the course of the investigation. The point is, the White House and president had been very clearly linked to the burglary as well as other sundry violations of the law.

Love him or hate him, we can all agree on this: Donald J. Trump is the least discreet man to have ever held the office of the presidency, as his Twitter feed can attest to.

More than a year after Mueller started looking into links between the Trump campaign and Russia, no collusion (which isn’t even a crime) or conspiracy (which is) with Russia or Russian actors has been definitively uncovered by the special counsel. This, may I add, is the work they were actually empaneled to do.

So far, the “convictions,” such as they stand, involve Flynn and a low-level campaign aide. Charges have been filed against Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort — a guy Trump liked so much that he fired him before the bananas in his office could even turn yellow. The Russia investigation seems to have taken a backseat to focusing on a payment made to a pornographic actress. This is all with unprecedented surveillance from the FBI, which included moles inside the president’s campaign.

Now, are we to expect that Nixon couldn’t cover up a third-rate burglary, but Trump — the man who tweets out every Big Mac he eats — has been able to conceal a Kremlin plot from the overzealous eyes of American intelligence? Is this really what MSNBC and Joy Reid want us to believe?

Yes, there have been convictions, albeit of the most inconsequential sort. America seems to be saying what I am: Wake me up when the fishing expedition catches something — anything — of vital importance.

Until then, this entire investigation has been a waste of time and money.

Yours,

Dr Churchill

PS:

Now, we are awaiting the IG report for more…


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