Trump’s missed opportunity on ’60 Minutes’

I was a little disappointed with President Trump’s interview on “60 Minutes” Sunday night with Leslie Stahl.

At one point Stahl recited the list of Trump associates cooperating with Special Council Robert Mueller over the Russian collusion case. All the usual suspects were mentioned for actions, with most be cited for actions prior to the campaign.

Although Trump probably could cite name and positions, I wanted to hear him say how many career “law enforcement” officials in Justice Department and FBI who have been “relieved” of duties over their involvement with the Russian dossier.

It was an opportunity to opened plenty of people’s eyes who know very little about what is really going on in the swamp. Let me not be guilty of the same act.

James Comey, Director – FIRED

Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director – FIRED

Jim Rybicki, Chief of Staff and Senior Counselor – FIRED

James Baker, General Counsel – FIRED

Bill Priestap, Director of Counterintelligence (Strzok’s boss) – Cooperating witness [power removed]

Peter Strzok, Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence – FIRED

Lisa Page, Office of General Counsel – FIRED/FORCED

Mike Kortan, Assistant Director for Public Affairs – FIRED

Josh Campbell, Special Assistant to Comey – FIRED

David Laufman, Chief of the Justice Department’s Counterintelligence and Export Control Section [NAT SECHRC email invest] – FIRED/FORCE

John Carlin, Assistant Attorney General – Head of DOJ’s National Security Division – FIRED/FORCED

Sally Yates, Deputy Attorney General & Acting Attorney General – FIRED

Mary McCord, Acting Assistant Attorney General – Acting Head of DOJ’s National Security Division – FIRED/FORCED

Bruce Ohr, Associate Deputy Attorney General – Demoted 2x – cooperating witness [power removed] TERMINATION IMMINENT

Trump could have answered by saying:

“Leslie what the American people don’t know because it’s not covered by the liberal news, is that 13 Justice department and FBI officials during the Obama administration have been fired because of their fraudulent actions in perpetuating the Russian collusion case.

These alleged law enforcement officials took a Hillary Clinton campaign oppositional paper and colluded to get a court to allow them to spy on Americans.

Put that out into the airwaves and see where it spreads. It could spur further dissemination of the real conspiracy that took place during and after the 2016 Presidential election.

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Kavanaugh’s vote will unleash Five Eyes abuses

As SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s future begins to clear with an approval vote happening most likely on Saturday, the FISA document disclosures are coming to the fore.

Officials from UK, New Zealand and Australia are attempting to squash the document release showing that under the Five Eyes intelligence program their government espionage offices spied on President-elect Trump and his staff after the 2016 election.

The 5 Eyes program is a cooperative arrangement between the US intelligence community and Britain, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. These allies provide intelligence to each other when the host country cannot spy on its own citizens.

It is alleged that under the program Australian and New Zealand intelligence agents provide DOJ/CIA/FBI with information on the 2016 Trump campaign as well as after the election.

So, according to ex-FBI general counsel James Baker’s testimony not only did the Obama administration through Attorney General Loretta Lynch use former British spy Christopher Steele’s bogus Russian Dossier report to obtain a warrant to spy on the Trump campaign and his president-elect team, but also used the Dossier to have our allies — specifically Australia and NZ to spy on the Trump team as well. Since the CIA could not legally run surveillance on Trump, Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan put these two countries intelligence assets to work for the Democratic party.

So while the Senate Judiciary committee finishes up on the Kavanaugh nomination, The House Judiciary committee under Rep. Robert Goodlatte is looking into the above matter as well as Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign lawyers at Perkins Cole.

The show may finally be starting.

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.