27 March 2019 - Afternoon News
President Trump has accused the Obama administration of orchestrating the Russian collusion hoax and attempting to unseat a Democratically elected President.
On a short visit to the Capitol to meet with Republican lawmakers, Trump was asked by a reporter: “You’ve accused the people who launched the investigation into your campaign of ‘treasonous’ acts – how high up do you think it went?”
“I think it went very high up. I think what happened is a disgrace. I don’t believe our country should allow this ever to happen again. This will never happen again. We can never let it ever happen again. It went very high up, and it started fairly low, but with instructions from the high up. This should never happen to a president again. We can’t allow that to take place,” Trump said.
Thegatewaypundit.com reports: Trump was asked if it “reached the West Wing of the Obama White House” — meaning was former president Barack Obama involved — to which Trump replied, “I don’t want to say that, but I think you know the answer.”
Taking a few questions near the Ohio Clock Tower in the Capitol, surrounded by reporters, Trump was asked about the report from special counsel Robert Mueller. Trump said: “Well, the Mueller report was great. It could not have been better. It said ‘no obstruction, no collusion,’ it could not have better.”
The president was also asked about plans to impeach him — which have mostly faded way, even before Mueller’s report was delivered to the Justice Department.
“I don’t think they’re talking about impeachment. We have the greatest economy we’ve ever had. Our country is in incredible shape. They and others created a fraud on our country with this ridiculous witch hunt, where it proven very strongly, no collusion, no obstruction, no nothing,” he said. “We are doing so well. We’ve never probably had a time of prosperity like this. It’s been great.”
Based on the final report from Mueller, Attorney General William Barr said in a four-page summary on Sunday that investigators “did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election.”
Some are now arguing that those responsible for the allegations and subsequent investigation, which last nearly two years and cost tens of millions of dollars, be held accountable.
Rush Limbaugh, for one, agrees that the allegations began high up — maybe even all the way to “the Obama people.”
“I think that one of the reasons this investigation was started, the Mueller special counsel investigation, … and one of the reasons it went so long was to distract and cover up the real collusion and conspiracy and criminality from the Obama people, the Hillary people, the Steele dossier, the Russians and all of it,” Limbaugh said.
The probe into alleged collusion with Russia began shortly after the FBI used the uncorroborated “Steele Dossier” — a supposed intelligence report compiled by Christopher Steele, a former head of the Russia Desk for British Intelligence for the private investigation firm Fusion GPS, that alleged conspiracy between Trump’s campaign and the Russian government — to wiretap some Trump officials.
“As soon as I learned about the dossier, that’s all, that’s all there ever has been, that’s all they ever had, and it was totally made up!” Limbaugh said. “Then I learned that Hillary paid for it, Glenn Simpson, Fusion GPS, and a Democrat committee law firm’s involved in all this? I mean, not charging Hillary Clinton for the obvious crimes that she’s committed because they couldn’t find intent, yet this ongoing effort to destroy Trump.”
The conservative talk show host also said former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by Trump, never had any evidence for the collusion allegations. “This is why Comey and his crew need to be held accountable.”
“We still don’t know what evidence the disgraced James Comey and his FBI had to open the original probe in the summer of 2016 and whether there was anything other than the dossier,” he said. “Yes, we do! There was nothing! And we knew it before the revered Robert J. Mueller III opined on Friday that there wasn’t any collusion. Here’s another report: ‘We don’t know any compelling reason why deputy [Attorney General] Rod Rosenstein later decided a special counsel was necessary to get to the bottom of the swirling accusations of collusion.’ Yes, we do know why! This is not hard. Trump fired Comey! Comey was to be the secret agent running the operation for the administrative state. Comey was running the operation to get rid of Trump. Trump fired him. Can’t have that.”
https://www.buddylist.co/posts/trump-obama-is-responsible-for-the-russian-collusion-delusion?utm_source=manual Mueller was holding the information of innocence until after the election:
Justice Department insiders just dropped a massive bomb on Robert Mueller, revealing his Special Counsel team concluded MONTHS BEFORE the 2018 midterm elections there was no proof linking Donald Trump or his campaign to colluding with Russians during the presidential election.
Yet Mueller did not divulge his team’s findings until this week, five months after the 2018 midterm elections.“The most important portions of the investigation were concluded in August (2018),” a high-ranking Justice Department official said. “(Rod) Rosenstein was briefed and it was common gossip and well-known nothing had been pinned on Trump and it was wrapping up.”
August 2018, in fact, is three months before the Nov. 2018 elections, where and when all of the Democrats running against Republicans for House and Senate seats used Trump’s fabricated ties with Russia as campaign platforms. And they won and won big at the cost of the Republicans. And on the back of a massive lie.
U.S. Embassy Pressured Ukraine Not To Investigate Liberal “Mega-Donor”
During the 2016 U.S. presidential race Ukrainian prosecutors said they were stymied by then-President Obama’s appointed U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine from pursing investigations into the activities of a nonprofit known as the Anti-Corruption Action Centre (AntAC), according to John Solomon with The Hill.
Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko, who is considered a hero in the West for spending two years as a political prisoner for fighting Russian aggression in Ukraine , told Solomon that he was invited to meet new U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. He was appointed to this position in 2016 and it was then that he spoke to Yovanovitch, he said.
He said they, “gave me a list of people whom we should not prosecute.” According to Yovanovitch, it included a founder of the AntAC group and two members of Parliament. Those people “supported the group’s anti-corruption reform agenda, according to a source directly familiar with the meeting,” according to Solomon, who spoke to a source.
Ukrainian law enforcement was probing a group that was co-funded by the Obama administration, as well as billionaire donor George Soros. Further, according to Solomon the group was allegedly collaborating with the FBI agents investigating then-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s business activities in Ukraine.
Trump, Mueller, Rosenstein, Barr and Giuliani all worked together back in the late 1980s and the early 1990s to take down 5 mob families.
Trump was an FBI informant while he built his casino in Atlantic city and during that time became a target of the mob. The end result of Trump’s role was the take-down of organized crime.
THIS should scare the Deep State out of their wits.
We now know that what we are witnessing is the same team working together to take down the Deep State. At this point I think that it is pretty obvious that arrests are coming.
It is NOT chance that brought this team together again after 30+ years. It was planning – careful planning. This is just too much of a coincidence.
Great interview of John Sloman by Sebastian Gorka. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=kk-V7VImDBE Reminding people about the penalty for Treason:
Sarah Sanders: "They literally accused the President of the United States of being an agent for a foreign government. That's equivalent to treason. Thats punishable by death in this country."
HPSCI ranking member Devin Nunes who will be sending criminal referrals to AG Barr next week based on existing evidence and testimony. The conductor of the opposing engine is Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, who wants AG Barr to ignore the criminal referrals and instead launch another Special Counsel which will be guaranteed to carry into the 2020 election year.https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/03/26/devin-nunes-prepares-criminal-referrals-for-next-week-delivery-to-ag-barr/ The AOC Green Deal was defeated 57-0 in the house. 43 Democrats voted Present:
FOX News reported:
The Green New Deal, a sweeping Democratic proposal for dealing with climate change, fell at the first hurdle Tuesday as the Senate failed to reach the 60 votes necessary to begin debate on the non-binding resolution, with 42 Democrats and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., voting “present.”
No senator voted to begin debate on the legislation, while 57 lawmakers voted against breaking the filibuster. Democratic Sens. Doug Jones of Alabama, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona joined 53 Republicans in voting “no.” Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, who caucuses with the Democrats, also voted “no.”
The vote had been teed up by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., in a bid to make Democratic senators — including several 2020 presidential candidates — go on the record about the measure. McConnell had called the proposal “a radical, top-down, socialist makeover of the entire U.S. economy.”
Posted on 3/26/2019, 11:45:18 AM by deport
(WASHINGTON) — An effort by House Democrats to override President Donald Trump’s first veto has failed. That hands him a victory because his declaration of a national emergency at the Southwest border will remain in effect.
The Democratic-controlled chamber has voted 248-181 in favor of overriding Trump’s veto. That fell 38 votes short of the 286 needed
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RBG voice only does not constitute proof of life and sentience: