In one of my previous posts, I spoke of a conspiracy. Many may not believe it. Many may not think of it as being that serious. Regardless, it is a fact that it has caused problems. First and foremost, it has given The United States Justice Department, especially the FBI a black eye.
My best guess is that the FBI will never regain have the respect that it once had. This is a shame considering that it was only the leadership that has caused the stench. Along with the loss of respect, there is a loss of trust. I don’t speak for others, but my attitude has changed.
A few years ago, I would have gone way out of my way to help the FBI. Today, not so much. They want to question me, they will have to give me a statement that they will not charge me with lying. By the way, I would suggest that anyone reading this do the same.
To be sure the activities are far reaching. When I hear that someone is being prosecuted by Justice, I will wonder about their guilt. I may even suspect that there is no evidence. They certainly had none against Gen. Flynn.
When a dummycrat representative stands up before the world as makes a absolute statement, I will not believe him. This will be so regardless of how many witnesses he produces. Might I remind you that Rep. Schiff had many witnesses that backed his story…until they were under oath. Then, what they had to say was the complete opposite of Schiff’s statement.
May I also remind one and all that we almost had a takeover of our government. A president was impeached without an ounce of evidence. The recent releases of the testimonies previously kept secret by Schiff verify that.
Finally, the dummycrats have been a constant hindrance to everything the president has tried to do, in many cases without reason other than to make him look bad. If the president had not been so greatly apposed, we would be far better off today. Every thing he has done or tried to do is for the betterment of the nation.
As for that judge that is trying Flynn’s case, let me paraphrase an old saying. As we look at the hem of his robe, we now see that his bias is showing. He really should be embarrassed by this exposure, but I doubt he is. So, now we can’t trust the federal judges either. (I suppose that ought not surprise any of us)