I heard Louie Gomert, Congressman from TX this morning say that he could not reveal what McCabe said to the Congressional Committee. under oath and behind closed doors, because he, Gomert, could not break the “pledge of confidentiality” given to the Committee – also known as good old boys network. This is BS, folks, and here’s why: I took an oath to defend the Constitution, as presumably did all the principals involved in this travesty, to support and defend the Constitution against ALL enemies foreign AND DOMESTIC and it is clear to me that the good old boys network contains enemies of the Constitution – including members of the investigating committees. Comey, McCabe, Mueller, Flynn, and all the rest of them who hide behind the cloak of confidentiality and refuse to tell the American people what has happened, is happening and no doubt will continue to happen as long as they continue in power. It is time for all those who took the oath honestly to throw down this so-called “pledge of confidentiality” and defend the Constitution, not those who form the good old boys network. And pray for those who do not lie, obscure or obstruct the truth in the governance of our nation. Our Lady of Guadalupe, please help us.

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  1. … and leak to their “friends” in the mainstream media only that what they want the public to know or perceive as the truth especially about President Trump.

  2. The Lord knows if it were up to me, and there are probably many who are glad that it’s not, I would fire the whole lot of them. Take that you scum and Schumer and Pelosi can go straight to you know where. Impeach me…go ahead and just try; I will expose you for what you are – traitors to the Constitution of the United States and no friends of the Omnipotent and Almighty God, Creator of the Universe and Judge of your immortal souls.


    ‘One need not be a conspiracy nut to conclude the fix was in’

    Pat Buchanan
    Published: 12/26/17

    The original question the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign was to answer was a simple one: Did he do it?

    Did Trump, or officials with his knowledge, collude with Vladimir Putin’s Russia to hack the emails of John Podesta and the DNC, and leak the contents to damage Hillary Clinton and elect Donald Trump?

    A year-and-a-half into the investigation, and, still, no “collusion” has been found. Yet the investigation goes on, at the demand of the never-Trump media and Beltway establishment.

    Hence, and understandably, suspicions have arisen.

    Are the investigators after the truth, or are they after Trump?

    Set aside the Trump-Putin conspiracy theory momentarily, and consider a rival explanation for what is going down here:

    That, from the outset, Director James Comey and an FBI camarilla were determined to stop Trump and elect Hillary Clinton. Having failed, they conspired to break Trump’s presidency, overturn his mandate and bring him down.

    Essential to any such project was first to block any indictment of Hillary for transmitting national security secrets over her private email server. That first objective was achieved 18 months ago.

    On July 5, 2016, Comey stepped before a stunned press corps to declare that, given the evidence gathered by the FBI, “no reasonable prosecutor” would indict Clinton. Therefore, that was the course he, Comey, was recommending.

    Attorney General Loretta Lynch, compromised by her infamous 35-minute tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton – to discuss golf and grandkids – seconded Comey’s decision.

    And so Hillary walked. Why is this suspicious?

    First, whether or not to indict was a decision that belonged to the Department of Justice, not Jim Comey or the FBI. His preemption of Justice Department authority was astonishing.

    Second, while Comey said in his statement that Hillary had been “extremely careless” with security secrets, in his first draft, Clinton was declared guilty of “gross negligence” – the precise language in the statute to justify indictment.

    Who talked Comey into softening the language to look less than criminal? One man was FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, whose wife, Jill, a Virginia state senate candidate, received a munificent PAC contribution of $474,000 from Clinton family friend and big bundler Terry McAuliffe.

    Also urging Comey to soften the fatal phrase “gross negligence” was key FBI agent Peter Strzok. In text messages to his FBI lover Lisa Page, Strzok repeatedly vented his detestation of the “idiot” Trump.

    After one meeting with “Andy” (McCabe), Strzok told Page an “insurance policy” was needed to keep Trump out of the White House.

    Also, it appears Comey began drafting his exoneration statement of Hillary before the FBI had even interviewed her. And when the FBI did, Hillary was permitted to have her lawyers present.

    One need not be a conspiracy nut to conclude the fix was in, and a pass for Hillary wired from the get-go. Comey, McCabe, Strzok were not going to recommend an indictment that would blow Hillary out of the water and let the Trump Tower crowd waltz into the White House.

    Yet, if Special Counsel Robert Mueller cannot find any Trump collusion with the Kremlin to tilt the outcome of the 2016 election, his investigators might have another look at the Clinton campaign.

    For there a Russian connection has been established.

    Kremlin agents fabricated, faked, forged or found the dirt on Trump that was passed to ex-British MI6 spy Christopher Steele, and wound up in his “dirty dossier” that was distributed to the mainstream media and the FBI to torpedo Trump.

    And who hired Steele to tie Trump to Russia?

    Fusion GPS, the oppo research outfit into which the DNC and Clinton campaign pumped millions through law firm Perkins Coie.

    Let’s review the bidding.

    The “dirty dossier,” a mixture of fabrications, falsehoods and half-truths, created to destroy Trump and make Hillary president, was the product of a British spy’s collusion with Kremlin agents.

    In the Dec. 26 issue of the Washington Times, Rowan Scarborough writes that the FBI relied on this Kremlin-Steele dossier of allegations and lies to base their decision “to open a counterintelligence investigation (of Trump).” And press reports “cite the document’s disinformation in requests for court-approved wiretaps.”

    If this is true, a critical questions arises:

    Has the Mueller probe been so contaminated by anti-Trump bias and reliance on Kremlin fabrications that any indictment it brings will be suspect in the eyes of the American people?

    Director Comey has been fired. FBI No. 2 McCabe is now being retired under a cloud. Mueller’s top FBI investigator, Peter Strzok, and lover Lisa, have been discharged. And Mueller is left to rely upon a passel of prosecutors whose common denominator appears to be that they loathe Trump and made contributions to Hillary.

    Attorney General Bobby Kennedy had his “Get Hoffa Squad” to take down Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa. J. Edgar Hoover had his vendetta against Dr. Martin Luther King.

    Is history repeating itself – with the designated target of an elite FBI cabal being the president of the United States?

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