(National Sentinel)Â Enough: President Donald Trump is coming into his own, settling into his position as the most powerful man in the free world.
And he’s getting tired of being jerked around by jerks in the Deep State.
One of them is leaker-liar James Comey, whom Trump fired as FBI director early on because of the shameful, disgraceful way he let Hillary Clinton walk (because Comey thought he’d be working forÂ her and he didn’t want to work for Trump).
Now, according toÂ The Washington Post — which we take with a huge grain of caution, given the paper’s reputation of publishing fake news regarding the Trump administration — POTUS has confided to aides that he wants Comey “investigated and charged” for various crimes he appears to have committed, according to some reports.
The Post’s report, which centers on the highly anticipated report from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, contained a couple of key passages.
One noted how Horowitz’s probe had expanded fromÂ just investigating the FBI’s and DoJ’s [mis]handling of the Hillary email investigation to how the bureau arrived at the decision to begin secret surveillance of the 2016 Trump campaign:
In the coming weeks, Horowitz is expected to release a nearly 500-page report criticizing the Justice Department and FBI for their handling of the Clinton email investigation, people familiar with the matter said. They, like others in this report, spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak frankly about matters they are not authorized to discuss publicly. Meanwhile, he has intensified his review of the Russia investigation, interviewing the FBI agent who once led the case and inviting him back for a second conversation, one of these people said.
And this passage, in which the Post essentially admits that yes, the Obama regime was spying on Team Trump:
Most recently, after Trump demanded the Justice Department investigate possible political spying on his campaign, the department again turned to Horowitz, asking him to expand his review of the Page investigation to encompass the presidentâ€™s request. Trumpâ€™s demand stemmed from the FBIâ€™s use of a confidential source in the Russia investigation. The source interacted with three Trump advisers during the campaign, although it remains unclear to what extent the bureau directed those interactions.
Then the most fascinating part of the story, in our view: “Trump also has repeatedly mused to associates and aides in the Oval Office about Comey being investigated and charged.”
Post reporter Josh Dawsey tweeted about that:
Trump has told a number of aides recently that he wants Comey investigated & charged. POTUS and allies are ramped up for release of an exhaustive inspector general report on the former FBI head’s conduct. Could be another cudgel against probe.
Trump has told a number of aides recently that he wants Comey investigated & charged. POTUS and allies are ramped up for release of an exhaustive inspector general report on the former FBI head's conduct. Could be another cudgel against probe. w/@mattzap: https://t.co/Fym0LApbcL
— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) June 1, 2018
The Post also reported this:
Those who know Horowitz say his findings will be as nonpartisan as they are thorough. But his work is almost certain to be weaponized by President Trump against federal law enforcement, and some question whether it will quell the tension gripping Washington.
Doesn’t that seem like the reporter is attempting to blameÂ Trump for the fact thatÂ Obama spied on him?
Frankly, if Horowitz’s report supports it, TrumpÂ ought to make a big deal out of what Obama, Comey, Clapper, Brennan, Yates, Strzok, Page, the Ohrs, McCabe and everyone else did to target him, his campaign, and his presidency.
So that itÂ never happens again.
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