Trump’s White House has its own fast and furious program. Enjoy the show.

President Trump wasted little time after the midterms to preview what the next two years will bring to Washington.

In the most public forum — a White House press conference — the President ripped CNN’s correspondent Jim Acosta for brutish behavior towards his press staff.

An hour or so later, he fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions and appointed Matt Whitaker as Acting AG as announced on Twitter.

“We are pleased to announce that Matthew G. Whitaker, Chief of Staff to Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the Department of Justice, will become our new Acting Attorney General of the United States. He will serve our Country well,”

A few hours later Acosta’s White House press credentials were pulled for his press conference outbursts.

The Sessions firing created a Democratic firestorm on the future of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, since Whitaker is on record as saying there was a need to choke of Mueller’s funding since the wide-ranging probe is going nowhere.

It’s been a couple of years since we had “Fast and Furious” associated with the White House, but the next two years will be filled with spontaneous acts that will create screaming headlines and draconian reactions in the liberal press.

Take the Sessions firing. So many Democratic leaders and former Obama administration officials came out with “Constitutional crisis” and “crossing a red line” comments on the fate of the Mueller probe that it showed a talking points email blast must have went out to the rank and file to plaster all over Twitter and cable TV.

Let’s see what happens today to wipe out any and all reactions to yesterday’s news. I have a sense that the next two years will be exciting and spellbinding and will change the face of American politics forever.

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Will Mueller report look the other way?

Special counsel Robert Mueller will not release his Russia/Trump collusion report until after the midterm elections, it was reported on Wednesday.

In another touch of irony Mueller will present his findings to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who assigned Mueller and determines what parts of the report Congress and the American people can see.

Due to Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusing himself from the Russian collusion probe, Rosenstein became the point person.

So let’s see what Mueller has done so far with this assignment.

He has brought assorted pre-election charges against campaign Trump associates that have nothing to do with the campaign. Paul Manafort, who Mueller flipped after pleading guilty to bank and tax fraud charges, allegedly testified on a Trump Tower meeting between the campaign and Russian operatives.

I believe the meeting consisted of Donald Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner.

So now let’s lay out what Mueller may not report or be able to release.

  • Will Mueller cite his former staffer and colleagues in perpetuating a fraud on the American people by taking a partisan, oppositional report and ramming it through the FISA court to get a warrant against an American citizen to spy on him?
  • Will Mueller cite Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan getting UK allies to spy on American citizens?
  • Will Mueller tell Congress that the Obama White House received daily intelligence briefings on the Trump campaign through these fraudulent spy warrants?
  • Will Mueller throw former colleague and FBI Director James Comey under the bus for his illegal activities?
  • Will Mueller discuss the topics discussed by then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch when she met with Bill Clinton in a “surprise meeting” on the tarmac at Phoenix airport?

Although I have only scratched the surface of the Democratic Party’s actions during the run up to the 2016 presidential election, that’s quite a laundry list of complaints for Mueller to look the other way on.

While I thought this time was going to be consumed with news of Democrats fraudulent acts during the 2016 election through the release of the declassified FISA documents, it appears the fix is in to use this information — right now — for political gain.

As I wrote earlier that Trump’s team may have used the Five Eyes revelations that UK spies violated Americans privacy to get Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sign off on the new NAFTA agreement.

So from where I stand today, an October Surprise may not be in the offering this cycle. But one can hope can’t they.

President Trump picks up on the wheels of justice move slowly narrative

As I wrote earlier Tuesday, has the Hatch Act limited what can be said from the Executive Branch in regards to the midterm elections.

Well the act has no effect on what the President or Vice President can say. Trump is hitting hard on Russian collusion and the dossier.

Just now President Trump tweeted this:

“Conflict between Glen Simpson’s testimony to another House Panel about his contact with Justice Department official Bruce Ohr. Ohr was used by Simpson and Steele as a Back Channel to get (FAKE) Dossier to FBI. Simpson pleading Fifth.” Catherine Herridge. Where is Jeff Sessions?

 

Is it really possible that Bruce Ohr, whose wife Nellie was paid by Simpson and GPS Fusion for work done on the Fake Dossier, and who was used as a Pawn in this whole SCAM (WITCH HUNT), is still working for the Department of Justice????? Can this really be so?????

Both of these tweets play off what was the last QAnon post on Oct. 9, which is four weeks prior to Election Day.

Again I give a huge disclaimer, that the QAnon board could see new drops in the next 5 minutes, but from where I sit, this could be the biggest confirmation that Q-Anon is/are in the White House and subject to the Hatch Act.

Ex-FBI lawyer’s testimony confirms Democrats Russian collusion

Ex-FBI General Counsel James Baker in testimony confirms much of what I have written regarding senior Obama DOJ/FBI officials working with Clinton presidential campaign to spy on Trump campaign and the President-elect’s staff using fraudulent documents.

Baker’s was before the House Judiciary Committee behind closed doors on Wednesday as well as giving testimony to a grand jury impaneled by Utah-based federal prosecutor John Huber. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was in Salt Lake City, Utah on Wednesday.

The revelations in Baker’s testimony suggests that the Obama White House officials urged Loretta Lynch’s agency to work with at least one attorney from Perkins Cole the DNC/Clinton campaign law firm.

Perkins Cole was behind the hiring and creation of the Trump Dossier by Fusion/GPS and ex-British spy Christopher Steele.

Although the published report from The Hill does not disclose where this testimony came from, it is safe to assume that all investigative panels will have this same information in due course.

Sessions is scheduled to appear before the House Judiciary panel Thursday. While he had recused himself from the Dossier probe, it is believed he will receive documents during the questioning that will reveal the partisan plot to destroy the Trump presidency through nefarious Democratic actions.

Sessions will then be able to legally get involved in the dismantling of Special Counsel  Robert Mueller’s Trump/Russia collusion probe since its basic tenets were flawed.

Plenty of moving parts going on and I believe we will have a big reveal in the next week as the Republicans look to put the final nails into the Democrats coffin before the midterm elections in early November.

One last thing, be aware that there is a DOJ press event at 9:30am Thursday, just prior to Sessions’ testimony. Could Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein be the topic? We’ll see.