By Duncan Smith
Donald Trump is crazy, right?
He’s a lunatic, correct?
He goes around making wild, unsubstantiated claims all the time.
He’s never proven right, isn’t that true?
No, it’s not true. In fact, Donald Trump is most always right about everything he says, no matter how outrageous it may sound when he first says it.
He was right about everything he refuted during his term, as we just learned again this week
Now, here comes another report claiming that Trump and ‘his people’ were out of their minds asserting all sorts of ‘crazy conspiracy theories’ regarding the 2020 election.
POLITICO has more:
Top Justice Department officials derisively dismissed a series of last-ditch efforts by then-President Donald Trump's aides and emissaries to get DOJ lawyers and the FBI to investigate outlandish election fraud claims in the waning weeks of Trump's presidency, newly-released emails show.
The emails — made public by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee — detail the Justice Department's response to attempts by Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows to get investigators to look at bizarre allegations in a YouTube video where a former intelligence officer named Brad Johnson asserted that individuals in Italy were manipulating votes in the U.S. through satellites.
'Pure insanity,' then-acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue wrote in response to one New Year's Day email from Meadows relaying the Italy theory.
That exchange appeared to put then-acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen into a defensive mode, recording events in writing for posterity and the very kinds of investigations congressional committees are now pursuing.
'Yes,' Rosen replied. 'After this message, I was asked to have FBI meet with Brad Johnson, and I responded that Brad Johnson could call or walk into FBI's Washington Field Office with any evidence he purports to have.'
Rosen goes on to relate that Johnson was collaborating with Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. The acting attorney general seems to revel in his refusal to engage with Giuliani.
'On a follow up call, I learned that Johnson is working with Rudy Giuliani, who regarded my comments as 'an insult.' Asked if I would reconsider, I flatly refused, said I would not be giving any special treatment to Giuliani or any of his 'witnesses', and re-affirmed yet again that I will not talk to Giuliani about any of this,' Rosen wrote.
We know why the House committee ‘made the emails public’ — Because Democrats are partisan hacks and it’s just their latest attempt to besmirch a president who accomplished more in a four-year period that the majority of our presidents in the modern era accomplished in two terms (and whose party loves him for it).
But think about this:
— There is a huge ballot recount nearing completion in Arizona that Democrats have gone out of their way to demonize and to disrupt. Why? Aren’t they interesting in proving there was no election fraud?
— Let’s remember again that Trump is never wrong.
There is something afoot that has led Democrats to release these emails attempting to show how ‘crazy’ the election theft ‘conspiracy’ espoused by the former president and his allies is.
Timing is everything; it comes as the Arizona audit is wrapping up.
Nothing is a coincidence in D.C.
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