How can the Deep State investigate itself and have us believe any results will be honest? If anyone is depending on Michael Horowitz they’ll be waiting a long time. The inspector general’s office is where truth goes to die. —Tom Fitton and Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch (They were right.)

Robert Mueller’s attempts to destroy Trump went off the rails into corruption the very day he was appointed by Rosenstein.  He and the Democrat loving attorneys he chose for this spurious and totally bogus “Russian collusion” investigation need to be disbanded. Robert Mueller, and his superior, Rod Rosenstein, who fails to rein him in, should be next on the chopping block, and Trump needs to strike while the iron is hot. Trump should fire any advisers who stand in his way on this.

Rosenstein needs to be impeached, Sessions needs to be sent back to Alabama, FBI Director Wray needs to be canned, and even McCabe’s replacement David Bowdich needs to be ousted as he is another swamp creature. The DOJ/FBI is long overdue for removal of the rot and corruption.

The swamp is full of filthy fetid underground creatures willing to totally destroy the Constitutional Republic. This is why President Trump gave up his lavish lifestyle as a New York billionaire and was humiliated, ridiculed, slandered, libeled and eviscerated by the left, main stream media, and the neo-con Trotskyite right, all to save our beloved country and the American people.

FBI Directors Mueller and Comey

Robert Mueller was appointed FBI Director in 2001 by George W. Bush and he served out his 10-year term.  Congress then approved an additional two years under Barack Obama.  Obama wanted to keep him because he saw how Mueller purged and even eliminated training which would have helped identify radical Islamic killers.

In two previous articles, here and here, I condensed Rep. Louis Gohmert’s monumental tome, “The Naked Truth About Robert Mueller,” which gave us an overview of how Mueller as FBI Director for 12 years destroyed the bureau’s relationship with Congress.  Next came Comey who was mentored by Mueller.  He was in office from 2013 until his dismissal by President Trump in May of 2017.

In the 17 years of Mueller and Comey, the two of them radically changed the FBI.  Philip Haney, former charter member of the Department of Homeland Security, wrote See Something, Say Nothing regarding his eyewitness account, supported by internal memos and documents, exposing a federal government capitulating to an enemy within (Islam) and punishing those who reject its narrative.

Thomas J. Baker spent 33 years in the FBI, including several working in the Office of Congressional and Public Affairs.  In his recent WSJ column, The FBI’s Shocking Disrespect for Congress, he said the deterioration in the bureau’s relationship with Congress is shocking and a total change in the culture.  He told that former Directors William Webster (1978-1987) and Louis Freeh (1993-2001) insisted that the FBI respond promptly to any congressional request, and that back then a congressional committee didn’t need a subpoena to get information from the FBI.  Those appropriate committees are actually key to the bureau’s funding, not to mention the DOJ’s ability to even exist.  All of this changed when Mueller took office in 2001.

FBI Director Wray and Andrew Weissmann

Deep State FBI Director Christopher A. Wray was an assistant attorney general in 2004 when he heaped praise on an ambitious Mafia-tested prosecutor while promoting him to the top of the Justice Department’s high-profile Enron task force.

Wray specifically lauded Andrew Weissmann for obtaining convictions against two Enron clients: accounting giant Arthur Andersen who I once gladly worked for in Chicago, and executives at banking dynamo Merrill Lynch.

Defense attorneys say Weissmann bent or broke the rules. As proof, they point to appeals court decisions, exhibits and witness statements.

They say he intimidated witnesses by threatening indictments, created crimes that did not exist and, in one case, withheld evidence that could have aided the accused. At one hearing, an incredulous district court judge looked down at an Enron defendant and told him he was pleading guilty to a wire fraud crime that did not exist.

“Weissmann seemed more interested in obtaining convictions than in promoting justice,” said Tom Kirkendall, a Houston lawyer who represented an Enron executive.   And Weissman is the top man on Robert Mueller’s Russia collusion investigation team.  What I want to know is who in hell suggested Christopher Wray as FBI Director to President Trump…because Wray is a Deep State enemy of the Republic.

And those convictions for which Mr. Wray offered praise in 2004, well the reality is Weissmann’s cases against Andersen and Merrill Lynch lay in shambles just a few years later.

The Supreme Court, in a 9-0 vote in 2005, overturned the Andersen conviction. A year later, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals erased all the fraud convictions against four Merrill Lynch managers. The jury had acquitted another defendant, but good companies were still destroyed.

“People went off to prison for a completely phantom of a case,” said Mr. Kirkendall, and this is Mueller’s top prosecutor!

Wray says “No Bias”

Deep State FBI Director Christopher Wray said that he accepted the findings and recommendations on the bureau’s probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, but he insisted the IG report regarding the 2016 election actions by the DOJ/FBI does nothing to “impugn the integrity of our workforce as a whole.”  Wray states, “I take this report very seriously, and we accept its findings and recommendations. It’s also important, though, to note what the inspector general did not find.  This report did not find any evidence of political bias.”  What are you smoking Director Wray?

After President Trump was elected, an FBI employee texted, “All the people who were initially voting for her (Hillary) would not, and were not, swayed by any decision the FBI put out.  Trump’s supporters are all poor to middle class, uneducated, lazy POS (pieces of sh**) that think he will magically grant them jobs for nothing.  They probably didn’t watch the debates, aren’t fully educated on his policies, and are stupidly wrapped up in his unmerited enthusiasm.  No bias?

The IG stated, “There’s no evidence of bias,” but what he’s saying is that he couldn’t find a piece of paper or an email or a text from Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page, etc. that said, “We are Republican haters and Democrat lovers. We want Hillary to win. We want Trump to lose.”  Horowitz said, “There is no documentary evidence,” and that is true, but for heaven’s sake, put two and two together!

Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report does expose bias at the DOJ/FBI…like that’s something we didn’t already know.  The report slammed five FBI employees who actually messaged each other and were supportive of Hillary and hostile to Trump.  Horowitz wrote, “They brought discredit to themselves, sowed doubt about the FBI’s handling of the investigation and impacted the reputation of the FBI.”

Wray says he’s making changes, including ordering training for senior executives on lessons from the report and for rank and file agents so they won’t make the same mistakes again.  The training will include the “importance of objectivity and avoiding the appearance of “conflicts of interest.”  Wait a minute…didn’t they learn this in their training to become agents?  What is really being taught…no more inter-office texting, hide your bias…pretend you’re objective?

Excuse me Director Wray, but you’re another Deep State employee who denies the fact that your agency’s reputation is inexorably damaged by their bias.  Oh yes, you and your ilk worry that the release of the DOJ’s IG report could cause more damage to the agency’s reputation when it is already under extraordinarily political pressure.  Well Wray, you should worry, because you are part of the problem.

Fired FBI Director James Comey

There are 1,386 references to Comey in the IG’s first report.  In this first installment of the report, former Director James Comey is described as out of control and hell bent on getting his own way.

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) found that Comey was insubordinate when he intentionally concealed from the DOJ his intentions regarding the July 5, 2016, announcement on Hillary’s emails and instructed his subordinates to do the same. The FBI does not condone insubordination at any level and will institute training to ensure compliance with policy and the chain of command, as appropriate.

Judicial Watch now has emails from notorious anti-Trump, pro-Hillary Clinton FBI officials who seem to confirm that James Comey and Loretta Lynch decided to let Hillary Clinton ride on her email abuses before she was even interviewed by the FBI.

Bernard Kerik, former NYPD Commission had this to say about Hillary Clinton’s email investigation:

Prosecutors are not supposed to break the law to enforce it and that’s what we have seen consistently over the last two years.  There are tens of thousands of people sitting in prison for far less than what Hillary Clinton did. I watched that 15-minute clip where Jim Comey outlines an outrageous indictment against Hillary Clinton, only to say no reasonable prosecutor would bring that case.  That’s a lie!  And I know that’s a lie because they’ve done it to me and they’ve done it to thousands of other people.

So, don’t tell me that nobody would bring that case.  Obstruction of justice, destruction of evidence…the classified material.  There are people in the military who sent one classified email or took one photo and sent it over a g-mail account and went to jail.  Do not tell me that she shouldn’t have been prosecuted and where was the impaneling of a grand jury if that was a real investigation?  Somebody threw the investigation.

FBI Agent Peter Strzok

Strzok was the Chief of the Counterespionage Section and led the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server.  Strzok was also one of two agents who blindsided former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn on January 24, 2017, with an unannounced questioning of the General. A brief phone call from the office of Andrew McCabe to a scheduler for Flynn on Jan. 24 set the interview in motion.  Congress still does not have a copy of the 302 reports by these agents of the interview.  Both interviewing agents maintained that Flynn never lied, and many surmise Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe may have changed the 302s because of his animosity towards General Flynn.  McCabe is mentioned 868 times in the IG report, most of which have to do with previously reported reasons for McCabe’s termination from the FBI.

Perhaps the most damaging new revelation in the report is a previously unreported August 2016 text message in which Peter Strzok assured FBI lawyer and paramour Lisa Page (mentioned 358 times in IG report) that “we’ll stop” Trump from making it to the White House.

“Trump’s not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” the lawyer, Lisa Page, wrote to Strzok.

“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok responded.

Yet the IG finds no political bias?  Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) said he believes it’s clear what was being articulated by Strzok and Page.

“In Louisiana, we call that bias. We don’t call that objective,” said Kennedy, adding that a U.S. attorney will likely review the issues and decide whether to pursue charges. He said he and many others want to see the facts, without “spin or speculation.” [Link]

The IG report is only the first installment in revealing all that is rotten in the Justice Dept. and the FBI.  The lying and leaking Deputy FBI Director, Andrew McCabe is now begging for immunity before he will testify on capitol hill.  The question is will Sen. Grassley’s Judiciary committee protect the corrupt or serve the people.  Sen Cornyn is saying the right things for a change, but I have my doubts.  Cornyn says, “We really need to get to the bottom of what happened at the FBI during the Comey years…and apparently there was misconduct going on which I think has really impugned the reputation of the finest law enforcement agency in the world.  We need to clear the air so I think giving Mr. McCabe cover or immunity would be a mistake.”


Donald Trump Jr. says this report didn’t go nearly as far as it should have and I agree with him.  Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch weighs in and says the report is good on detailing the text messages between Strzok and Page, as well as the insubordination by Director Comey.  However, it is very weak with recommendations and is a standard coverup document by the Deep State. [Link]

Judge Jeanine Pirro says she’s dumbfounded, disheartened and disappointed with the IG report.

And her open on 16 June 18 is well worth the listen, she’s absolutely spot on. She says, “You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand the text message statements by FBI agents.  They not only indicate a biased hateful state of mind, they apply unequivocally a willingness to take official action to impact the election…And the IG says there’s no evidence of improper considerations impacting the investigation…”

Upcoming is an article on Rod Rosenstein, on separating children from their parents when the parents break the law and illegally enter our country, and the high cost of supporting Donald Trump for President.  Stay tuned…

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