By Jon Dougherty
Official Washington and the media that feeds and sustains it went into overdrive following Attorney General William Barr issued a four-page summary of Robert Mueller’s report on Saturday stating that the special counsel found that the 2016 Trump campaign and the president specifically did not “collude” with Russia to “steal the election” from Hillary Clinton.
That’s the only reasonable conclusion Mueller could have reached since the collusion narrative was a fabrication, to begin with.
Nevertheless, one of the former Obama sycophants who helped perpetuate the hoax, fired FBI Director James Comey, tweeted a picture of himself looking up at tall trees on Sunday with the caption, “So many questions” — as if to cast doubt on his longtime friend and associate’s conclusions.
Comey’s tweet drew a response from Senate Judiciary Committee chair Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who wrote, “Could not agree more. See you soon.”
Could not agree more.
See you soon. https://t.co/KNGzyDizdq
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) March 25, 2019
The Hill asked Graham’s office to ‘clarify’ what he meant by the tweet; his office staff pointed to a letter from Graham to Barr about looking into a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant that was obtained on former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page.
Republicans have argued that the warrant was an abuse of federal power and based on fake evidence (the infamous “Russia dossier”).
When applying for the FISA warrant, the Justice Department and FBI conveniently failed to emphasize the fact that it was based on an unverified piece of opposition research funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Is a legislative an legal counterattack now underway against the Deep State figures involved in Spygate and the coup attempt against POTUS? It would make sense now that the the conspirators have played their hand.
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