Skip to comments.The New Democrat/Media Narrative: Congress Must Take Up Mueller’s Witch Hunt
Posted on 01/12/2019 5:01:07 AM PST by EyesOfTX
Todays Campaign Update (Because The Campaign Never Ends) This is going to become hard to keep up with. When the Republican candidates for the presidency assembled for their first debate in the summer of 2015, there were 17 of them. At the rate the Democrats are going so far this year, they will exceed that number by Valentines Day.
Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard told communist CNN talk show host Van Jones that she plans to toss her lei into the ring within the next week. As I mentioned yesterday, San Antonio politician Julian Castro will be making his formal announcement today, joining Congressman John Delaney of Maryland as the first two formally-declared candidates. And of course, Fauxcahontas announced last week that shes formed an exploratory committee, which means shes running too.
So, Ms. Gabbard will make it four, and shes actually the most interesting of the bunch. Shes only 37 years old, but has been making news for years in her congressional role as a rare contrarian within the Democrat congressional caucus. Dont get me wrong, shes a socialist like all the rest of them, but shes at least fairly intelligent about it and is not shy about calling out her partys own excesses when she sees them. She has courage, in other words, and that is a terribly rare thing in a Democrat politician.
Gabbard most recently made news earlier this week when she called out dimwitted Hawaii Senator Mazie Hirono and California Senator Kamala Harris for the anti-Catholic bigotry the two exhibited recently in their roles on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Gabbard was also frequently critical of the Obama Administration and of Hillary Clinton during her own disastrous run for the presidency.
One interesting thing Gabbards candidacy will do is without question give the Democrat field the broadest range of age in American history. Think about it: From Silent Generation Bernie Sanders at 77 to Millennial Tulsi Gabbard at 37, the Democrat field will span four full generations and 40 years. That is unprecedented.
But bottom line, Gabbard is far too intelligent, honest and interesting to ever win the Democrat Partys presidential nomination, but she could set herself up for a cabinet position in some future Democrat administration by raising her public profile with a primary run.
Actual exchange at a Trump press availability on Friday afternoon:
TRUMP: Good job yesterday, I appreciate your sales pitch.
ACOSTA: I didnt see any danger on the border Mr. President.
TRUMP: Thats because we had a wall.
The fake media starts a new narrative using a most reliable source. It didnt get a ton of notice, but early Thursday morning, leftist rag Mother Jones put up a column by Democrat activist/pretend journalist David Corn titled The Myth of the Mueller Report. Corn, reading the handwriting on the wall, spends 1,000 words or so detailing the fact that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is under no obligation to produce any sort of public report, or any report at all that does anything other than detail the various indictments of ham sandwiches hes secured over the past 20 months, and submit it confidentially to whomever happens to be serving as attorney general at the time.
The handwriting on the wall to which I refer is all the obvious signals that, despite all the hysteria and false reporting in our fake news media, Mueller has been slowly winding his operation down since last August and is likely to close up shop and issue whatever final report hes going to issue shortly after the confirmation of new Attorney General William Barr is confirmed by the Senate.
The other piece of handwriting thats all over our national reading wall is that, along about that same time, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz will be issuing his final report at long last on all the rampant abuse of the FISA system that took place during most of 2016 and into 2017. That report will not be good for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and everyone knows it, including Mr. Barr. Thats why we saw the news early this week that the oily Mr. Rosenstein will be leaving his own office right around the same time these other major events are taking place.
All of this is horrible news for the Democrats and their media agents who, like Corn and Mother Jones, have been faithfully pushing the Russia Collusion fantasy on behalf of the Democrats for the last 26 months. They are desperate to keep the fantasy alive and need another vehicle for doing that once the Mueller witch hunt closes up shop.
Enter the new Democrat majority in the House of Representatives, and the concluding logic in Corns piece, which reads as follows:
Providing the citizenry a complete account of the Trump-Russia scandal is actually the responsibility of Congress.
And there it is: The roadmap for media justification of the endless series of kangaroo-court hearings the Democrats are going to conduct through various congressional committees for the next two years. 20+ months of a Special Counsel witch hunt arent going to deliver the Democrats their unicorn, so it is now up to Congress to spend the next 24 months pounding the public with the same nonsense.
You can expect to see Corns logic echoed throughout the fake news medias editorial pages and talking head panels in the coming weeks and months. Because this is the narrative, and pounding home the narrative is all our fake news media does anymore.
That is all.
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Its really getting to be smoke em if you have them time for Trump on the Mueller investigation
He needs to declassify and release the documents on this
I’ll bet the Clintons laugh every time they see an article like this.
These Dems just like hearing their own voices that go with the voices in their heads
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