Thanks to Andrew McCabe last week, there is now no question that a working bloodless coup was being levied against President Trump from the moment of his republican nomination, until somewhere around the time that James Comey was fired. Of course, it wasn’t a ‘coup’ until Japetto (personnel nick name for Trump) won the election, but what we have seen since that day is the culmination of efforts that began in the first quarter of that year-2016.
If you somehow missed it (or just as a reminder) Andrew McCabe has a ‘tell all’ book coming out. As part of the books release, he is on tour promoting it (I won’t share the title, because I do not care to promote it). One of his first stops was a sit down for 60 minutes that aired Feb, 17 th. He didn’t use the word coup, of course, but by admitting that he was asking other members of the Trump administration about invoking an amendment designed to protect against a sudden incapacitation of the President, McCabe, at the very least, was attempting a coup. To think he was acting alone is to be very naive, and should we ever find out the entire truth, there’s a great many people who are going to fall for their crimes (hopefully).
Others have spent all week discussing the why’s, how’s and ifs about this entire situation-one that surprises me not one bit; and to those who continue on the aforementioned trains of thought I ask: why are you surprised? What about the actions of the political class, against a surprise outsider taking the highest office for that political class, should or would surprise you? This is the political class we are talking about-a class no less than 80% of American’s polled claim to have (at least) a “dislike” for.
Still others have spent the week avoiding the issue by lamenting the actions of Jussie Smollett-the now outed radical leftist actor turned would be hoaxer, in an effort to get more pay for his work. To those storytellers of events commonly called mainstream media I can only shake my head. There is nothing left to say to any of you: you have no integrity; are directly complicit in most of
Former Deputy Director and one time head of the FBI under President Trump, Andrew McCabe sat down with 60 minutes for an interviewed that aired February 17th, as part of his book tour. McCabe was fired by Trump on March 16th, 2018, by attorney general Jeff Sessions for suspicion of leaking documents to the press and lying to Congress. Image screen shot.
the hate crimes against Trump supporters and conservatives over the last 4 years; as individuals, possess low i.q.’s, are naïve and gullible; and, generally speaking, have no business having a platform from which their ignorant, often times bigoted, and sometimes insane rhetoric can be used to influence others.
What concerns me about McCabe’s 60 Minutes admittance is the aftermath: will he be prosecuted? Will Rod Rosenstein, and the many others involved, see a grand jury and possible prosecution? There is no doubt in my mind that they should face punishment for their actions-which could easily be seen as treasonous by Japetto’s supporters-but I’m greatly concerned that we wont see these political criminals brought to trial for their crimes.
Will Rod Rosenstein, and the many others involved, see a grand jury and possible prosecution?
For support of my opinion I can give dozens of examples, over the course of the course of decades, of politicians literally getting away with felonious crimes: whether it’s Ted Kennedy killing someone while drunk driving; Oliver North facilitating the illegal sale of arms to Iran; to Robert Menendez taking money and gifts; or Hillary Clinton not just conducting government business on a private server, but also storing and sharing classified materials on that server, there are more than a few examples I can give of politicians who have gotten away with high crimes.
Most of them happen to be democrats; Republicans have their examples but, as a party, there is almost no comparing the 2 entities in terms of their illicit activities (there’s really no comparing them at all anymore, since the Dem party now represents victims and globalists, without any national or cultural attachment)-the Democrat party is much worse.
However, in the case of the coup against Trump, it involves players from both political parties: Comey was famously a republican until the party nominated Trump.
McCabe was known as a right leaning non partisan player, as was Peter Stroke and is Rod Rosenstein. But, as I’ve known for a 20 plus years: there is no partisanship in D.C.. There are only establishment, anti establishment and wanna be establishment players.
Trump still is an outsider to all of this, and a most unwelcome one at that, but if the foundational principles that the U.S.A. was founded on are continued to be violated by allowing to go unpunished the many high ranking players involved in this coup attempt against Trump, we are officially a nation without laws.
And a nation without laws is a banana republic.