9 Replies to “When The FBI Does It, That Means That It’s Not Illegal”

  1. Inspector Javert was a voice of reason compared to Mueller. But don’t tell Mueller, Javert may be his next indictment. Presumably Mueller indicted the non-existent company because he thought it would have a harder time mounting a defence — crafty little devil!

  2. Apparently one of the Russian troll companies is prepared to come and testify which means they can compell Mueller to show his case. Mueller didn’t think any of them would testify so they are now trying to say the company is too late to testify. Apparently it can still testify. Game on

  3. “The Asinine Coup.”

    “In order to believe that the Deep State has been acting legitimately in regard to President Donald Trump, in order to believe in the narrative pitched by the legacy media, one would have to willingly exchange if not one’s soul then one’s capacity to think for… moldy cheese.”

    For instance, a sitting president cannot be indicted. Obviously, this means no investigation can be conducted against him. This is the conclusion of the DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel. “The indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting President would unconstitutionally undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally assigned functions.” Obviously, any investigation would “unconstitutionally undermine” the president.”

    Yet we have a “special counsel” whose investigation is doing just that. A “special counsel,” let it be remembered, is a prosecutor. In order for one to be appointed, a crime must be identified to serve as the investigation’s predicate. Both logic and DOJ regulations (28 CFR 600.1) affirm this.”

    But Rod J. Rosenstein appointed one without establishing a criminal predicate.”

    Two months down the road, Rosenstein belatedly supplied one. But guess what? It’s secret.”

    But as the Nunes memo demonstrates, the “good and reasonable evidence” the warrant was based upon consisted of merely the so-called Steele dossier. The information therein came from unnamed Russian sources and no information was provided which would have lent those sources credibility. (As any lawyer knows — or should know — information must be provided to the judge concerning why an informant is to be believed; either a track record must be described or circumstances related which would make the information credible: neither was provided in the dossier.) Even James Comey admitted that the information was not verified. Nor was it disclosed to the FISA court judge that the dossier had been paid for by the Clinton campaign.”

    It’s completely insane. But we are supposed to accept it.”


  4. To borrow from one of the comments to this Daily Wire article, “It’s only fitting that an investigation of Non-existent collusion indict a Non-existent defendant.” That says it all.

  5. Time Travel!
    I knew it.
    I told you Trump had a time machine.
    They traveled back in time before the company existed.
    Oldest trick in the book, so to speak.

  6. “Yet Rod J. Rosenstein’s appointment of the “special counsel” specifically referenced the taking over of an FBI counterintelligence investigation.”
    It is the same reason that the FBI did not investigate the DNC server…It was the CIA team that scrubbed the Debbie & Loretta communication…The CIA does not have a constitutional responsibility to report a Crime….The FBI does!

    Same with the Loretta & Clinton meeting on the tarmac.. the FBI did not investigate because (as said by Comey) a reliable source provided services.. Most likely a CIA person was on the plane…

    It should be remembered that John Brennan was the CIA director, and he can’t tell the truth….