Skip to comments.The democrat conspiracy to obstruct Sessions and Nunes
Posted on 01/06/2018 12:31:19 PM PST by Starman417
The framework of the conspiracy against Donald Trump has been materializing slowly but surely over the last year. It is clear by now that James Comey and Peter Strzok determined that hillary clinton was to face no jeopardy for any potential crimes she committed and did so well in advance of his July 2016 statement- no matter what she did. Comey was not alone in his conspiracy efforts. Democrat leaders knew what Comey was doing and probably knew about Obama and his staff spying on the Trump campaign and they became players in the conspiracy as well.
As Attorney General, Jeff Sessions was in the position to control investigations into the Obama/Clinton skulduggery and it was necessary to remove him in order to stymie efforts to discover the truth, especially as the magnitude of the scandal grows. Democrat scoured every possible nook and cranny to find something with which to take Sessions out of the equation and they found one.
His brief and innocent contacts with Ambassador Sergei Kislyak.
As a member of the Armed Services Committee, Sessions was expected to meet with dignitaries from all over the world. He met twice - briefly- with Kislyak as such a member:
Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. before the presidential election last year, his spokeswoman confirmed, raising questions about whether he misled senators who inquired about the Trump campaign's ties to Moscow.Well, that was all the democrats needed.
Sarah Isgur Flores told NBC News that Sessions did have a conversation with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak last year. The meeting was first reported by The Washington Post.
But she said "there was absolutely nothing misleading about his answer" because Sessions was asked during the hearing about "communications between Russia and the Trump campaign" and not about meetings he took as a member of the Armed Services Committee.
According to his spokeswoman, Sessions' meeting with Kislyak was just one of 25 conversations with foreign ambassadors in his role on the committee.
Nancy Pelosi, the House Democratic leader, called for Sessionss resignation. After lying under oath to Congress about his own communications with the Russians, the attorney general must resign, she said.Sessions had answered honestly:
Sessions is not fit to serve as the top law enforcement officer of our country and must resign. There must be an independent, bipartisan, outside commission to investigate the Trump political, personal and financial connections to the Russians.
Several of the president-elects nominees or senior advisers have Russian ties, Leahy wrote, before asking Sessions point-blank: Have you been in contact with anyone connected to any part of the Russian government about the 2016 election, either before or after election day?But honesty was irrelevant.
No, Sessions responded.
If reports are accurate that Attorney General Sessions a prominent surrogate for Donald Trump met with Ambassador Kislyak during the campaign, and failed to disclose this fact during his confirmation, it is essential that he recuse himself from any role in the investigation of Trump campaign ties to the Russians, Schiff said.In other words, Sessions was supposed to set aside his duties with the government. Bowing to the democrat pressure, he recused himself from the Russian investigation. He fell into the trap.
This is not even a close call; it is a must.
Subsequently, CBS News claimed that DOJ instructed Sessions not to report those contacts.
The Department of Justice claims Attorney General Jeff Sessions was "instructed" not to disclose meetings with foreign dignitaries.In June 2017 Andy McCarthy wrote that Sessions' recusal was unnecessary. Later on this was made even more clear:
Sessions, who met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak at least twice last year, didn't list those interactions on his security clearance application because he was told he didn't need to, according to the DOJ. The forms require applicants to list any contacts with a foreign government or its representatives.
"As a United States senator, the attorney general met hundreds -- if not thousands -- of foreign dignitaries and their staff," DOJ's Deputy Director of Public Affairs Ian Prior said in a statement. "In filling out the SF-86 form, the attorney general's staff consulted with those familiar with the process, as well as the FBI investigator handling the background check, and was instructed not to list meetings with foreign dignitaries and their staff connected with his Senate activities."
(Excerpt) Read more at floppingaces.net ...
The Clintons have been allowed to rape and murder
and burn down houses and give US patent applications
and US uranium to foreign entities for $$$$$$$
which they mixed with profits from child rape and
selling children’s organs.
And yet NO ONE in the DO”J” or FB”I” did anything,
except to clear them in advance because
the checks had cleared.
And still NO ONE is in prison.
Nunes for sure.
Sessions? He has recused himself for just about everything.
Sessions only recuse himself from the Russia investigation. He’s not recused if democrats create another fake narrative. Time to give Mueller the hook.
The Democrats can operate their corrupt practices with impunity, knowing the media will cover for them. This is what happens when thete’s no watchdog press, which was the whole point of the First Amendment.
Nunes did say that he was only recused on the Russian matter. He's been working on the Trump surveillance and unmasking stuff all along.
“...democrats will rue the day they dug these holes”
I agree with that and almost think that it’s all working in our favor.
For example, if the Republicans were investigating Democrat corruption, without any concurrent Democrat witch hunt going on, the Democrats would claim that the Republicans are simply trying to prosecute them for being the opposition party - and the Republicans, being as weak-knee’d as they are, probably would agree. But now the Republicans can rightly claim that they gave the Democrats a chance to throw everything they could at Trump...so now it’s our turn.
Also, the timing is better, being that it’s in an election year, and providing that the Republicans don’t let the Dems stall too much, they could well have criminal trials going on next November, or at least be damn close.
Great synopsis of the obstruction efforts of dems to prevent the illegal Obama spying operation on Trump.
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