Posted by: Dr Churchill | June 13, 2018

SpyGate (Chapter Eighteen)

SpyGate

This book details the evidence and the reasons behind the recently 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 Eighteen

The new law that sets Robert Mueller as responsible for the partisan attack on our country and as a wasteful minstrel bent on a witch hunt against our President…

Rep. Louie Gohmert recently said that not only is Mueller wasting millions of taxpayer dollars, he’s covering up his own involvement in the Uranium One scandal while trying to continue his coup against the President, on the side as well.

just imagine — if this is Robert Mueller’s side gig — what his main thing might be…

Rep. Louie Gohmert said: “He’s wasted money right and left, as he hires people like Weissmann who had worked with him and with Rod Rosenstein in investigating the Russian illegal efforts to obtain our Uranium. This was a botched investigation, during which they quashed information and hid evidence, in order to allow the American Uranium sale to Russia to proceed for the benefit of Hillary and Bill Clinton. Their botched investigation allowed the Uranium sale to go through so that Hillary could get the $145 million for the Clinton foundation. So it is really outrageous, that now Mueller is covering for himself, at the same time that he’s trying to have a coup against the President.”

Soon thereafter he and the Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) introduced an amendment attached to a military veterans appropriations bill, in order to be able to audit Robert Mueller’s phony boloney multi-million dollar witch hunt against the duly elected President…

That is when the House voted 207-201 to attach the language to a veterans, military construction, and energy and water spending bill that was headed towards a pass, the last day of the past week.

Evidence of the Coup D’Etat is still everywhere, and especially so with the holdovers of the Obama administration, who still pursue, this aberrant behavior. Now the revelations of the SpyGate that surface each and every day are legion, and the are validated further, whenever the major instigators behind the Coup D’Etat against our Country open their mouths and breathe words to the public.

As an example here is Mr Brennan who regularly and religiously puts his foot in his mouth, and implicates himself ever deeper in the Spygate scandal. Now he also declares the SpyGate whenever he gets a Tweet to there, as he recently did in a VERY sinister tweet. Amazingly, the former disgraced CIA Director John Brennan communicated an unveiled existential threat against the President of these United States.

And here are the ex-CIA boss Brennan’s words for all Americans to see, this treasonous person who is now just another loser like the Hollywood pittance that De Niro has reduced himself to, by screaming F-U, to the President of this country.

See Brennan’s tweet below:
“Your wrong-headed protectionist policies & antics are damaging our global standing as well as our national interests. Your worldview does not represent American ideals. To allies & friends: Be patient, Mr. Trump is a temporary aberration. The America you once knew will return.”

If you read this carefully — you will see that Brennan just made an unveiled threat to the President when he wrote, “Be patient, Mr. Trump is a temporary aberration” and that cannot be tolerated…

After Brennan’s outrageous tweet, the leftists felt emboldened and amongst the rest of them, also came Robert DeNiro’s public outburst at the Tony awards. Apparently this threatening tweet by Obama era ex-CIA chief Brennan was aimed at Donald Trump’s life as psychologists suggested and the fragile leftists suffering from TDS have become frazzled to the point of taking up the threats against the life of the President as their own gospel and they act upon it boldly. With a chief like this during the Obama yeas, it is no wonder Brennan’s CIA was directly implicated in the Spygate, with dozens of abuses of power and retarded attacks against Americans.

The dimwitted socialist Obama appointee Mr Brennan’s tweet has not only been proven to be a Deep State threat against our Country, but also an existential threat against our Democratic Republic, and the President’s life.

And that is an infamy that has to be addressed.

This abhorrent behavior of people like Brennan and DeNiro is unacceptable, even when they are not powerful figures of the Deep State, or representatives of the Clinton Oligarchy, or even famous actors past their prime, or Hollywood blow-hards.

Indeed, after closer investigation, it was discovered that Mr Brennan was responding to the transparent tweet from POTUS about the G7 trade summit earlier this morning, when the President tweeted this tweet bellow:
“PM Justin Trudeau of Canada acted so meek and mild during our @G7 meetings only to give a news conference after I left saying that, “US Tariffs were kind of insulting” and he “will not be pushed around.” Very dishonest & weak. Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!”

Now if you think that Mr Brenna was worried about tariffs on Canadian dairy, or about trade issues — you are dimwitted.

But if you think Mr Brennan is running scared — you are probably right.

Methinks this is the time for prosecution of these big players, like Mr Brennan and their monkeys, before we get to prosecute the organ grinder himself.

And we are getting somehow too close for comfort apparently, because the Deep State agents like Brennan are getting sloppy, and are making huge & revelatory mistakes with their actions, appearances, and even with their tweets…

Same as Mr Brennan who has just revealed the Coup D’Etat that he and his cohorts are so carefully trying to hide from the American people.

Well Done Mr Brennan. Well Done Mr Moffo…

But for our purposes we must admit that it is the concealed documents that allowed the judges to issue the FISA surveillance requests of the FBI, and thus enabled the secret surveillance against Donald J Trump.

Yet now that President Trump demands accountability from the FBI, the DOJ and the DNI, we have come to accept as inevitable the fact that in some of all those errant agencies — heads will roll…

Or maybe NOT.

Because Donald Trump is meeting with senior law enforcement and intelligence officials in order to discuss the pervasive evidence that the FBI had one pr more informants placed deep inside the Trump campaign, and the President wants to sort this out before he goes to Singapore to sort out the little Dictator man of North Korea.

So for domestic affairs, the most crucial aspect of the meeting with the FBI, DOJ and DNI, etc, will be the House Intelligence Committee’s request for classified documents connected to the FISA application to spy on Carter Page and whether the President will demand the DOJ turn them over…

The documents could provide the crucial piece of evidence needed to reveal the scope of the FBI’s investigation into the campaign, when Rod Rosenstein signed off on the fourth FISA warrant. Because Rosenstein knew what evidence they used to obtain the FISA court approval in order to continue the surveillance on Page, even after he had left the President Trump team.

So now that President Trump is meeting with Senior FBI, DOJ and DNI officials at the White House to discuss classified documentation requested by the House Intelligence Committee and whether or not members of the Obama administration authorized the use of a long-time informant of the CIA and FBI to investigate members of his 2016 campaign. The meeting came on the heels of the President’s demand Sunday for the Justice Department to investigate the FBI’s operation, known as Crossfire Hurricane, which included surveillance of members of the Trump campaign.

And this meeting is crucial because it will be a major opportunity for the President to order the Justice Department and FBI to turn over classified information requested by the House Intelligence Committee that may finally lead to the answers related to the scope of the FBI’s surveillance on the Trump campaign. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats will be at the White House to discuss the classified nature of the request by the committee and they will argue against the disclosure of the documents.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein agreed to turn over documents.
Rosenstein agreed four hours after Trump’s demand on Sunday to comply and designated DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz to conduct an investigation into the matter and whether informants were used in the campaign. But that may not be enough.

Horowitz’s investigation into the FISA application coincides with ongoing investigations by the House Intelligence Committee, led by Chairman Devin Nunes, which is also looking at the circumstances surrounding the warrants used on Carter Page.

And spying on Page, didn’t mean just investigating Page. It meant that anyone communicating to Page was also gathered up in the dragnet and possibly anyone those people were communicating with.

There were four FISA warrants issued on Page, the first warrant was granted on October 21, 2016. The other warrants were renewed every 90 days, meaning the last FISA warrant, which was signed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, lasted until the end of September 2017, almost seven months into Trump’s presidency. Each time an application is submitted to extend a FISA warrant, law enforcement must produce a separate finding of probable cause including additional information collected from the prior warrant that would support the continuation of the surveillance.

So what was the additional evidence presented to the secret court every time the additional FISA warrant was renewed when Page was no longer a part of Trump’s circle?

And why did Rosenstein approve the final FISA? By that time the FBI had already been aware that the dossier, which was put together by former British spy Christopher Steele, was questionably sourced. They also knew the dossier was paid for by the Hillary Clinton Campaign and the Democratic National Committee through the law firm cut out Perkins Coie. And all of that relevant information was omitted to the FISC court, according to the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia report.

It was former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony on June 8, 2017, to the Senate Intelligence Committee that revealed the dossier has not been verified. Comey and the Bureau had to have known before the first FISA warrant was issued that the dossier, which made the bulk of the first application had not been confirmed. Remember, Steele was let go by the FBI, after he lied about leaking information from his dossier to members of the media by the Fall of 2016.

Comey told Fox New’s Brett Baier this month in an interview that it was a “mosaic” of information that the Bureau used to apply for the warrant, as he downplayed the dossier’s importance in the FISA warrant application. What was the mosaic and were there any red lines crossed, i.e. were government support assets sent into the campaign and was the FBI paying opposition to conduct investigations into members of the Trump campaign?

Well, it would come to reason then, that Rosenstein knows what that mosaic is. After all, he’s fighting to keep the information from going to the House Intelligence Committee staff.

The answers to these questions, however, may lie in the classified information requested by Nunes’ committee from the DOJ on April 24. It is the same request that Rosenstein and Wray refused to comply with, citing national security implications if the information is released. Subsequently, Nunes signed a subpoena on April 30, demanding the documents.

Nunes told Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo that “we asked for specific documents that we still have not received from the Department of Justice. All we’re asking for is give us the documentation they used to start this investigation.”

“Only the release of the documents…can give conclusive answers,” President Trump
So what can Trump do to ensure a proper review of these documents and what could be one of the biggest scandals in modern American politics?

Also it appears that President Trump could declassify the handful of documents requested by the House Intelligence Committee several weeks ago and let the cards fall where they may. It appears that he’s being advised by some White House officials not to do so. Instead, he is being asked to wait for the investigation to play out but that could be dangerous. Horowitz does not have the authority to question those who have left the government and an investigation, although necessary, could nearly a year to complete. Although Horowitz is investigating the FISA application process, the newly disclosed information regarding an informant inside the campaign would compound the workload and direction of the investigation.

So an option would be to get the classified documents turned over to the Committee and this it what the President demanded in a Saturday Tweet, saying “only the release or review of the documents that the House Intelligence Committee (also, Senate Judiciary) is asking for can give the conclusive answers.”

A never-ending investigation at this point would allow the DOJ, which has stonewalled Congress for more than a year, to bury the documents in yet another ongoing investigation that will be out of sight of the public and then, like many things in Washington, buried in the swampy waters never to be seen again.

And this may be the reason Rosenstein agreed to act only four hours after the President’s tweet Sunday to have Horowitz take the lead on the investigation into whether the FBI and DOJ used an informant to infiltrate the Trump campaign in the 2016 election.

“I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes – and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!”

The demand by Trump for an investigation came after several stories published in The New York Times and The Washington Post revealed the FBI had an informant, or spy, in the 2016 Trump campaign. The New York Times article, which included interviews with more than a dozen federal officials connected to the investigation, revealed not only that an informant had been used in the investigation into Trump’s campaign but outed the name of the operation: Crossfire Hurricane. The FBI and DOJ have provided more classified information to the New York Times and the Washington Post than to the committees requesting the information, numerous sources said.

The news articles broke late last week. The New York Times article broke the same day Nunes and Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-SC, were supposed to meet with Rosenstein at the DOJ. Both Nunes and Gowdy declined to attend the meeting when the DOJ revealed that they would not be giving them the documentation the Committee had requested.

A former senior U.S. intelligence official said the FBI and DOJ use “national security” implications every time it’s asked to turn over documentation to Congress. He noted “the rules for the handling and protecting of classified material are solely in place for protecting sources and methods, not malfeasance and embarrassment. This has nothing to do with protecting sources and methods – it has everything to do with protecting themselves and broken institutions.”

This cat and mouse game has lead to burgeoning battles for more than a year behind closed doors on Capitol Hill and inside the DOJ’s marbled offices in Washington D.C.

Leaks and Liars:
Over the past week, a mountain of leaks regarding classified information regarding the FBI’s operation into the Trump campaign have been shared with The Washington Post and The New York Times. Many lawmakers and sources closely connected to the FBI and DOJ this reporter has spoken with believe the leaks came from the DOJ and Bureau in an effort to stay ahead of the story and frame the narrative.

Both major newspapers have published extensive details about an FBI operation, selectively named Crossfire Hurricane. It was the Bureau’s namesake for the clandestine operation to investigate the Trump 2016 campaign. It’s also the name of a Rolling Stone’s song and its lyrics are telling. The lyrics were used as the title for the 1986 comedy Jumpin’ Jack Flash, about a British spy who turns over valuable data to an unsuspecting American woman, Whoopi Goldberg’s character, after being pursued by the Russians. Sound a little familiar?

“I was born in a cross-fire hurricane And I howled at the morning driving rain But it’s all right now, in fact, it’s a gas But it’s all right. I’m Jumpin’ Jack Flash It’s a gas, gas, gas…”
The leakers may now be caught in the crossfire themselves. The DOJ has warned that any information confirming the name of the informant could lead to prosecution. But here’s the irony, an informant goes by a codename within the Bureau and DOJ. The only people with access to the details of the informant’s real name, as well as the operation’s name would be the informant’s handlers at FBI, or CIA and a select few at DOJ.

Both The Washington Post and The New York Times, at the request of the DOJ, did not publish the name of the “informant” due to national security concerns and possible threats to his life or others. The extensive details given to the papers, however, could have only come from them and the process of deduction led to the outing of the alleged spy in numerous outlets, according to numerous law enforcement and counterintelligence officials who worked similar cases told me.

The former senior U.S. intelligence official, who worked as a clandestine officer, told this reporter that it is imperative an investigation be conducted into the Bureau and Obama Department of Justice.

“It appears the FBI created the probable cause to trigger an investigation,” he said. “I would have never believed in my life that this would occur in America. We never in our history have had armed representatives of the state involved in usurping the wishes and the actions of the public at large to unseat a duly elected president. You can’t overstate the importance of this because they have weaponized the national security tools that are designed to protect the US from external enemies and weaponized it to go after a campaign and sitting president.”

The Curious Case of Stefan Halper…
The extensive details revealed in The Washington Post and The New York Times along eventually led to the revelation that the alleged informant was Stefan Halper, a professor at the University of Cambridge with extensive ties to the CIA and FBI. Halper, a foreign policy analyst who holds dual citizenship with U.S. and Great Britain had been in contact with four members of the Trump campaign in 2016.

Carter Page, who worked for a short time as a volunteer on the campaign, told this reporter that he first met Halper at a conference at the University of Cambridge in July, 2016. The conference was titled the 2016’s Race to Change the World: How the U.S. Presidential Campaign Can Recharge Global Politics and Foreign Policy.

There were many speakers at the event but Page was there as a part of the audience. Also in attendance was former head of the British spy agency MI-6 Sir Richard Dearlove.

Another attendee at the event was Madeliene Albright, ex-Secretary of State and a very close friend of the Clintons, who also had spoken with Carter Page several times during the event.

This is what Carter Page said: “Most of the conversations I had with Stefan Halper were after I was being attacked by the media because of the fake dodgy dossier story. In my conversations with him he was very sympathetic and understanding. Or at least the way he was portraying himself – only time will tell if it was sincere.”

Page, who currently has a number of lawsuits against news agencies for libel, noted that: “Hillas once again trying to get him to have a public debate.

Page, like the other three Trump campaign advisors who had contact with Halper, still don’t understand the full picture of these interactions, or if Stefan Halper, who has not yet been confirmed as being the sole informant, was the only source working for the FBI, inside the Trump Campaign.

And Page, who had four FISA warrants issued to the FBI in order to spy on him, said he’d be more than happy to see them made public and for an investigation to finally reveal what really happened during the 2016 election campaign.

And this is how these warrants were obtained… through the Democrats web of lies and deceit, starting in bedrooms, hallways, broom closets, and bathrooms… Take for example Ali Watkins, a white young woman, 26 years of age, who is now a New York Times reporter mentioned in a federal indictment handed down last week against a former staffer for the congressional committee who is investigating the Trump-Russia collusion conspiracy.

The staffer was James Wolfe, white male 58 years of age and a federal employee, who was the head of security for the Senate Intelligence Committee until last December when he was fired from his job protecting classified information.

While Ali Watkins was a college intern at a D.C. news organization, the two started having an affair that lasted more than three years. Wolfe was interviewed by federal officials as part of the FBI’s ongoing investigation into criminal leaks of classified information to the media. When he was asked about his relationship and contact with Watkins and other reporters, he lied. He is now charged with three counts of making a false statement to a government agency.

But the indictment and follow-up reporting reveal some interesting, if not alarming, tidbits. Watkins’s sex-for-scoops arrangement allegedly began when she was an intern at McClatchy in 2013; she went to work there full-time after her graduation from Temple University in 2014. That same year, Watkins and two other reporters were Pulitzer Prize finalists for their “timely coverage of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on CIA torture, demonstrating initiative and perseverance in overcoming government efforts to hide the details.” Of course, we now know she was carrying on with Wolfe at the time. Some initiative. Some perseverance.

That propelled Watkins to the newsrooms of some of the most influential media organizations in the country, including BuzzFeed, Politico, and the Times, where she covered national security issues often related to the committee’s work. In an interview with her alma mater earlier this year after her ascendancy to the New York Times, Ms Ali Watkins attributed her success to “showing up at the odd hours when no one else is showing up. Showing up all the time and eventually running into somebody who knows something.”

Well, she was right about the past of “showing up” in her bed, in the middle of the night.

According to the indictment, she and Wolfe “exchanged tens of thousands of electronic communications, often including daily texts and phone calls, and they frequently met in person at a variety of locations including Hart Senate Office Building stairwells, restaurants, and her apartment.” Her “dogged” reporting technique as one defender described her methods, also won the admiration of her lover, 32-years her senior: “I’ve watched your career take off even before you ever had a career in journalism . . . I always tried to give you as much information that I could and to do the right thing with it, so you could get that scoop before anyone else . . . I always enjoyed the way that you would pursue a story, like nobody else was doing in my hallway. I felt like I was part of your excitement and was always very supportive of your career and the tenacity that you exhibited to chase down a good story.”

It’s unclear who was buggering whom, in this relationship, because Mr Wolfe apparently still is married to his wife who retired from the FBI in 2016 and while he may have professed sex & love to Ali Watkins, he never left his wife. But this sexchange yielded benefits for both of the routing hounds. She enjoyed a “meteoric rise in Washington journalism” while he helped legitimize the political plotline that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Indeed together, this pair of loveless lovers or rather “users” of each other managed the process of legitimizing the Mueller Coup D’Etat that rests on the fallacy that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government who sought to influence the 2016 presidential election on Trump’s behalf.

Now, this shady pair of puppy lovers, did not care who they hurt or what laws they possibly violated, because for them, the ends justify the means. And as one of their victims was Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page, they knew that these people are defenseless.

The Wolfe indictment alleges that in March 2017, after receiving a classified document related to Page, Watkins and Wolfe exchanged 82 text messages and had a 28-minute phone conversation during that same evening. Subsequent to this, and on April 3rd, Ali Watkins (Wolfe’s love-pet) wrote and posted an article on BuzzFeed, confirming that Carter Page had met with a Russian intelligence official in 2013 saying this on BuzzFeed: “The revelation of Page’s connection to Russian intelligence—which occurred more than three years before his association with Trump — is the most clearly documented contact to date between Russian intelligence and someone in Trump’s orbit. It comes as federal investigators probe whether Trump’s campaign-era associates—including Page—had any inappropriate contact with Russian officials or intelligence operatives during the course of the election.”

Ali Watkins appeared on MSNBC that evening, where host Rachel Maddow praised her “jaw-dropping scoop about the Trump campaign.” She wrote numerous stories about Trump-Russia collusion, often citing the committee or a “high level US intelligence official.”

Wolfe also leaked more secret stuff, and even “scooped” other reporters on news about Page, including his contact information and alerting one reporter that Page had received a subpoena. Page emailed the committee to complain about the leaks.

Apparently the pair of lovebirds broke up in December 2017, once their mutual usefulness was exhausted and around the time during which Wolfe was interviewed by the FBI, and Watkins was hired by the Times.

Who used whom is somebody else’s issue but one thing is for certain — these birds could sing, as attested by people hearing their ultra loud lovemaking and their screaming matches of sexual climax that initially alerted the attention of the FBI listeners to this wrathful lot.

Yours,

Dr Churchill

PS:

But here’s the real nasty issue with Ali Watkins’s bosses at BuzzFeed, Politico, and the New York Times…

They all had admitted that they knew about Ali Watkins’ affair with Wolfe but continued to allow her to cover that beat without disclosing her personal conflict to their readers.

In the ultimate display of hubris and ignorance, Ben Smith, BuzzFeed’s editor-in-chief, condemned the FBI investigation and not the participants’ unethical conduct: Smith called the probe “an unjustified leak hunt” and accused the FBI of going to “dangerous lengths.” (It’s ok now to criticize law enforcement if you’re keeping score at home.) The Times took a similar approach, objecting instead to the seizure of Watkins’s cell and email records as a violation of constitutional protections.

Sure thing…

Now go sell that story to Carter Page.

It’s hard to believe that this sordid tale of debauchery is not being told straight up as a cautionary tale, because our “moral superiors” in the world of mass news media, and inside the ruling Deep State political class, who lecture us about female empowerment and white male patriarchy are rewarding, the conduct of Ali Watkins and James Wolfe.

Yet nothing remains hidden for long under the sun and the Lincoln party knows it all, because old truthful Abe sought to uncover the Truth always and forever.

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But the liars love to gaslight people, and then spin the story their way…

So this bellow is how this story run after the New York Times spinmeisters had a tussle with the truth and chose to go with lies such as this whopper: “The real issue here is the government’s intrusion into a reporter’s private communications.”

And also this obfuscating gem of a headline: “The government’s seizure of Ali Watkins’s data sets a dangerous precedent.”

Responding to news that the phone and email communications of New York Times reporter Ali Watkins were seized as part of the FBI’s investigation into leaks of classified information, folks in the media are crying foul.”

“Watkins is referenced in a three-count indictment against James Wolfe, the man once in charge of classified information for the Senate Intelligence Committee, who was arrested and charged this week with lying to the FBI.

Nowhere is there a mention that Watkins and Wolfe were lovers, or that they traded sex for information, or that he is 32 years older than she, and she baited him with exotic sexual favors, so that Wolfe fed her, classified information.

And Wolfe was an old leaker who frequently leaked classified info to reporters in exchange for sexual favors, including Watkins, and then when asked by the government in an official inquest — he lied about it, and thus now faces indictment.

Indeed Wolfe and Watkins were the two members of the dirty leaking “tag team” that helped smear Carter Page last year, boosting speculation that he was the link between the Trump campaign and the Russians, and that the FBI originally used as a pretext to start the FISA surveillance and the spying into the Trump campaign.

Despite many shady angles to this story, including the fact that the whole of the New York Times leadership and editorial board knew about the “affair” between “leaker & leakee” – the paper went with this headline: “Ex-Senate Aide Charged in Leak Case Where Times Reporter’s Records Were Seized.”

Apparently, the real offense – according to our “superior journalists” at the Newspaper of Record, the New York Times that publishes all that’s fit to print – is that the “perceived rights” of one of their own minions, allegedly had been violated.

Nowhere in these fake news of the NYT does it show that a top Senate staffer and indeed the one charged with “Security” of Information, for the Senate Intelligence Committee, was leaking all along hugely damaging governmental classified information, which is a felony.

Nor can it be found anywhere on the coverage of the NYT that the New York Times knowingly hired a young reporter who clearly traded sex for illegal & classified government scoops in order to advance her career, and instructed her to continue this illicit trade.

No matter how hard you search, you shall not find a reference to the fact that prostitution is illegal, even when the medium of exchange is “sex for scoops” and that there is far more of that kind of “fake news” gathering prostitution going on in Washington DC. Especially now that we know more indictments are forthcoming, and that three more of the NYT mass media colleagues of little minx Ali Watkins, are also under scrutiny for the same kind of prostitution — er Leaker-Leakee information trading — sharing of secrets while “tuning” the bedsprings at night.

No, none of that.

Indeed the New York Times reporters, including Adam Goldman, who last month confirmed the FBI’s surveillance in 2016 of four Trump campaign associates, only wrote, that “News media advocates consider the idea of mining a journalist’s records for sources, to be an intrusion on First Amendment freedoms, and prosecutors acknowledge it is one of the most delicate steps the Justice Department can take.”

Another New York Times spokeswoman called the seizure “an outrageous overreach” and insisted the “real issue here is the government’s intrusion into a reporter’s private communications.”

A press advocacy group claimed the “government’s seizure of Ali Watkins’s data sets a dangerous precedent.”

More journalists weighed in, calling it a “gross, gross use of government power,” “very disturbing,” and lamenting that Watkins wasn’t told her data was being seized.

Now, please forgive me, because I don’t share the media’s new-found indignation about privacy rights, after seeing them preening themselves unashamedly.

Why cry wolf now?

Isn’t this the same Mass Media newspaper that has been enthusiastic about Robert Mueller being the new Moses that somehow is going to deliver Trump’s head on the plate to the irate leftists for unspecified crimes?

Isn’t this the same New York Times that raised no objection to the politically – motivated surveillance on Carter Page, and indeed on the whole of the Trump campaign?

And why now cry, when the same New York Times and the mass media cheered and hooted when the vital national classified communications between Michael Flynn and the Russian ambassador were leaked, resulting in Flynn’s ouster and eventually leading to his unjust prosecution?

Forgive me but this is the same media that swooned and looked the other way, happy as can be, when the home, the office, and even the hotel room of President Trump’s personal lawyer Robert Cohen were raided and all the privileged and private Attorney-Client communications between him and the President were seized, and given to the evil Witch Hunter Mueller?

Isn’t this the same media that defends how the FBI employed professional spies, and informants, to infiltrate, sabotage, and entrap the persons and volunteers working inside the Trump campaign?

Please tell me why the same media that rejoiced when the personal cell phones of “potential witnesses” in the Paul Manafort case were seized, are now making a stink about the exact same thing?

Pray-tell, what’s so special about a salacious relationship between a leaker and a leakee, that traded classified government information for steamy, loud, and wet sex?

Methinks, nothing special. Except if it looks like, if it sounds like, and if it works like prostitution — it probably is.

So, now, please spare me your selective outrage, because if you’re offended by what happened to Ali Watkins and Wolfe — go ahead and walk a day in General Flynn’s shoes, and then come back to talk to me about the justice of it all.


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