Putin and Trump both know who the real villains are

What can we take away from the joint press conference between Presidents Trump and Putin Monday in Helsinki?

Trump knows from the unredacted DOJ Inspector General’s report that Russia played no part in the throwing of the 2016 presidential election. Despite the hollering from the left and some right-wing Fox TV commentators, that he sold out the US intelligence, both presidents know exactly who was involved in the “conspiracy” to blame the Russians.

You can be sure that the Russians know what it is in the DOJ IG’s report. Not from Trump, but from their own spy network.

Don’t be surprised if Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s recent Russian indictments turn out to be working with Democratic operatives or more probable never see the light of an US court room. Why would Putin offer Mueller the opportunity to come to Russia and see their investigation into the operatives? They know the truth.

I have been told that the Trump has signed an executive order to declassify the IG’s report so that all can see what it contains, however with the information being so damning that may not occur until after say Labor Day to have an impact for the run up to the 2018 Congressional races.

As I have written earlier the explosive report will outline the quid pro quo between the Obama White House and the Clinton campaign on the cover up of the email server. This involves the infamous Phoenix tarmac meeting between former President Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch with a phone pick up from the Oval Office.

The whole event was captured by the Secret Service and NSA and is said to be transcribed in the report.

Look for United States Attorney John Huber to be bringing charges against all these individuals after Labor Day as well.

I think the richest rhetoric from yesterday was ex-CIA Director John Brennan’s tweet on Trump’s performance.

Donald Trump’s press conference performance in Helsinki rises to & exceeds the threshold of “high crimes & misdemeanors.” It was nothing short of treasonous. Not only were Trump’s comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket of Putin. Republican Patriots: Where are you???

Brennan knows his days of being able to walk freely are numbered and his feeble attempt to rally Republicans back to the Cold War days really rings hallow. Brennan and John Clapper Former United States Director of National Intelligence will feel the sting of Huber’s indictments.

All in all I believe President Trump had a great trip abroad. He’s telling the world that America comes first with his administration. He’s righting a 30-year wrong of “allies” taking advantage of America to the point that our citizens are hurting while the rest of the world benefits from a forced global outlook.

The pendulum is finally swinging in the direction of the US and for that I am grateful.

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DOJ report confirms Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting planned

As I have written many times, the President Bill Clinton- Attorney General Loretta Lynch June 2016 tarmac meeting in Phoenix was not a friendly get-together that happen spontaneously, according to the DOJ Inspector General’s report.

Michael Horowitz’s report states that Lynch’s public affairs supervisor, who was traveling with her, informed DOJ investigators that President Clinton’s Secret Service detail contacted Lynch’s security detail well ahead of time to arrange the meeting.

This goes against the narrative both players have said that the rendezvous was a friendly stop and chat for the last two years.

As I have reported this “casual get-together to talk about the grand kids,” was followed days later by then-FBI Director James Comey stating that his agency, which reports to the DOJ chief,  would not recommend criminal charges against Clinton for using a private email server while Secretary of State.

On page 203 of the report it states:

The OPA Supervisor said that he later learned that former President Clinton’s Secret Service detail had contacted Lynch’s FBI security detail and let them know that the former President wanted to meet with Lynch. Although Lynch’s staff was supposed to receive notice of such requests, witnesses told us that they were not informed of the request from former President Clinton.

So President Clinton knew Lynch’s plane was there and scheduled a meeting with the Attorney General. The same woman would was probing his wife’s use of a private email server to save top-secret government documents.

Although not mentioned in the report, I have a source stating that President Barack Obama was on a call to the plane from the Oval Office at the time of the meeting. The source claims NSA recordings of the meeting exist.

Twenty minutes into the meeting a Lynch senior staffer entered the plane to break up the meeting as a photographer was spotted in the area.

Documents on tarmac meeting between Clinton & Lynch now classified above top secret

The Department of Justice stonewalling Congress on the Hillary Clinton email probe continues.

Now the documents requested by Devin Nunes’ permanent House committee pertaining to the meeting between Loretta Lynch and President Bill Clinton on a Phoenix airport tarmac have been given such a high security clearance that no member can see the incriminating documents.

“It is remarkable how this Justice Department is protecting the corruption of the Obama Justice Department,” notes Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch, which is suing the DOJ for the material, speaking to Paul Sperry of RealClear Investigations.

Not even members of Congress with top-secret security clearance have been allowed to see the unverified accounts intercepted from presumed Russian sources in which the head of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, allegedly implicates the Clinton campaign and Lynch in the scheme, Sperry reports.

This goes back to my reporting last week were I said that Rod Rosenstein would be the fall guy to cover up this cover up that reached into the Obama Oval Office.

While the Wasserman Schultz memos show that then-FBI chief James Comey was “going easy on Lynch” over the hacked email server used by Clinton while Secretary of State, there are additional reports that Obama was on the phone during the infamous tarmac meeting.

So one can see why these reports are “so sensitive” for the Democrats.

Rosenstein to take the fall to hide Obama administration’s dirty secrets

Today may be Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s last full day in the job.

Rosenstein has been stonewalling Congress on the release of the DOJ’s Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on the FBI having spies in the Trump campaign prior to any probe into Russian collusion despite facing congressional subpoenas.

Rosenstein was told on Monday by House leadership to supply relevant materials by Friday or face impeachment hearings.

The House Freedom Caucus — a conservative group — last month drafted impeachment articles against Rosenstein, which House leadership has said it will consider should  Rosenstein not comply.

Republican House member Rep. Matt Gaetz tweeted this below Wednesday:

“If we were really serious about oversight we’d say the documents will be present at 10:00a.m. tomorrow, if they’re not, at 10:01 we start the impeachment proceedings regarding Rod Rosenstein.”

The House Judiciary Committee has requested from Rosenstein’s office more than a million documents from the FBI and DOJ relating to the Hillary Clinton email probe, the firing of former top FBI official Andrew McCabe, and reported surveillance of a Trump aide during the 2016 presidential election.

Remember Rosenstein is on the hot seat because Attorney General Jeff Sessions recuse himself soon after his appointment of any dealing with DOJ’s Russian probe.

Congress does not have the right to fire Rosenstein, that can only come from Sessions. However they can impeach or charge him with contempt and jail him until the documents are released. The latter is highly unlikely to happen.

Just what is Rosenstein protecting by ignoring the congressional subpoenas is anyone’s guess, but I’ll put a few thoughts out there.

  • The transcript of the tarmac meeting between President Bill Clinton and AG Loretta Lynch, which may include a call from the Obama Oval Office.
  • More details into the death of Hillary Clinton aide Seth Rich and his dealings with Julian Assange.
  • Rosenstein and FBI working through the Five Eyes protocol to spy on Americans here in the US.

Those are just a few bombshells that may be contained in Horowitz’s report, which have been redacted.

Remember Horowitz’s report does not have the weight that Utah US attorney John Huber’s investigation. Huber can and will indict individuals involved in obscuring the FBI and DOJ investigations into the Clinton’s email server and the hiring of Fusion/GPS to produce the “Russian Dossier”.

Tariffs and the Art of the deal German-style

As I wrote last week this is more of a tariff tiff than a war.

You announce a number — $50B, $200B in tariffs — it doesn’t matter. It’s just a number to begin negotiations.

Wednesday morning news broke that the German ambassador was about to announce that the EU would abandon all import tariffs for cars between the European Union and the US provided the Trump Administration drop its 25% border tax on all EU car imports.

See its all negotiations and never really gets implemented. It’s the Art of the Deal so to speak. Finally, America has someone who does not bow to pressure from other countries that have enjoyed decades of favorable treatment selling into the US market.

This has everything and nothing to do with President Trump. Presidents Obama, Bush, Clinton, Bush could have done this. They couldn’t because they took the money of the multi-national corporations and the globalist free traders who demanded that the US come out on the losing end of most trade deals as a way to pay back for our other sins.

Enter Trump. No ties that bind to these factions. Knows a thing or two about negotiations and plays hardball with them. As I wrote earlier, do you think any country would forgo its ability to sell into the US over tariffs or import taxes?

Of course not. I think I hear China working the abacus to figure out its new proposal right now.