Day of reckoning coming for witch hunt

 
Updated 1/22/2018 10:29 AM

Congressional and Senate hearings into Fusion GPS, the infamous Trump dossier prepared by Christopher Steele, and the FBI and DOJ's reliance on these baseless allegation to justify a FISA warrant to "spy" on both the Trump campaign and the Trump presidency are presenting the country with insight into the "real" collusion that occurred in 2016.

Testimonies and hard evidence (emails- memos -- etc.) show that the FBI (under Comey-McCabe) and the Justice Department (then under the auspices of Lynch and Rosenstein) used the salacious but patent falsehoods of this dossier to seek and to grant FISA warrants. The FISA warrants were then granted and allowed both the FBI and the DOJ to "spy" on Trump's campaign and his administration. More seriously, this baseless action gave Comey the excuse to recommend his old boss (Mueller) as a special counsel to investigate Trump. All of this based on lies.

 

These warrants were issued illegally because they were based on a dossier that has been factually disproved by the congressional and Senate committees. This fact alone makes Comey, McCabe, Lynch, Rosenstein, Mueller (and others including the judge who authorized the warrant) all complicit in a political scheme designed to rewrite the results of the 2016 election.

I call that treason.

In the ensuing weeks, the witch hunt being orchestrated by Robert Mueller and his hand-picked, openly "never Trump" team will implode as the entire Congress and then the nation become aware of the details of this FBI, DOJ, Democratic plot.

When that moment arrives, a great day of reckoning will fall upon the truly guilty -- namely the irresponsible FBI, DOJ and Democratic stakeholders -- and then the guilty will be prosecuted. Mark my words.

Dale Plautz

Round Lake

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