Uranium One / Clinton Foundation / obama DoJ corruption

QuakerOats Senior Member
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Tue, Feb 15, 2022 10:47 AM

We now have the verification of what most of us  knew:  the Clinton campaign and apparently our own government infiltrated the servers at Trump Tower and the White House to spy on Trump, throw the election, and then, when Clinton lost, attempt to have him thrown out of office. 

This is without question the most egregious political criminality in U.S. history, and if a lot of people don't go to jail then we no longer have the rule of law.  



https://www.foxnews.com/politics/clinton-campaign-paid-infiltrate-trump-tower-white-house-servers

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/durham-probe-accelerated-more-people-cooperating-coming-before-grand-jury

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/dni-ratcliffe-durham-intelligence-indictments-fbi-trump-russia-probe



Dr Winston O'Boogie Senior Member
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Tue, Feb 15, 2022 11:01 AM
posted by QuakerOats

We now have the verification of what most of us  knew:  the Clinton campaign and apparently our own government infiltrated the servers at Trump Tower and the White House to spy on Trump, throw the election, and then, when Clinton lost, attempt to have him thrown out of office. 

This is without question the most egregious political criminality in U.S. history, and if a lot of people don't go to jail then we no longer have the rule of law.  



https://www.foxnews.com/politics/clinton-campaign-paid-infiltrate-trump-tower-white-house-servers

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/durham-probe-accelerated-more-people-cooperating-coming-before-grand-jury

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/dni-ratcliffe-durham-intelligence-indictments-fbi-trump-russia-probe



You've been calling for people to go to jail for years on any number of issues, and stated many times that the future of the Republic is at stake.  These people never get charged and no one goes to jail.  Yet here we are.  Boy who cried "Wolf!"?

Fletch Member
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Tue, Feb 15, 2022 11:09 AM
posted by Dr Winston O'Boogie

You've been calling for people to go to jail for years on any number of issues, and stated many times that the future of the Republic is at stake.  These people never get charged and no one goes to jail.  Yet here we are.  Boy who cried "Wolf!"?

What seems to be a long and drawn out process that wont lead to anything, it surely isnt the daily leaked, fake investigation like Muellers.

I would say that since this investigation is the opposite of that, people are going to jail.

gut Senior Member
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Tue, Feb 15, 2022 11:21 AM

"Infiltrate" is about as accurate as calling Jan. 6th an "insurgency".

They used meta data [not sure if that's the right word] to see what computers were connecting to which computers (and where).  It is indeed a serious crime, but it's not like they were reading emails or listening in on conversations.

It seems like these clowns all started believing their own Russian collusion conspiracy BS.  Forgot it was just a political smear and became afraid it was actually true.

QuakerOats Senior Member
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Wed, Feb 16, 2022 10:08 AM

There were over 60 indictments regarding Watergate and over 40 convictions, and many did jail time.  It was essentially a break-in.  Similarly we now have a high-tech 'break-in', and this one even involves White House systems on top of others.   We also have a conspiracy; we also have fraud committed on the FISA court; we also have illegal unmasking; we also have high-level FBI officials involved up to their necks, and we also have a soft-coup attempt against the duly elected president of the United States.  The Russia Hoax makes Watergate look like a playground game of tag, so if people do not get indicted, convicted, and jailed, then we no longer have the rule of law.  This isn't rocket science, people. 

QuakerOats Senior Member
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Thu, Feb 17, 2022 10:49 AM

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Dr Winston O'Boogie Senior Member
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QuakerOats Senior Member
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Mon, Apr 25, 2022 3:53 PM

I think the biggest political crime in the nation's history deserves a look. 



Dr Winston O'Boogie Senior Member
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Mon, Apr 25, 2022 8:11 PM
posted by QuakerOats

I think the biggest political crime in the nation's history deserves a look. 



Watergate, Teapot Dome, Iran Contra and Joe Kennedy would all like a word with you.


QuakerOats Senior Member
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Tue, Apr 26, 2022 10:15 AM

Makes Watergate look like a friendly game of tag on the playground. 

Dr Winston O'Boogie Senior Member
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Tue, Apr 26, 2022 1:16 PM
posted by QuakerOats

Makes Watergate look like a friendly game of tag on the playground. 

Watergate was the coverup and lies. Funny thing about it - the actual break in was one of the most amateurish things I’ve ever read about.  How Gordon Liddy leveraged his incompetent planning of that into being regarded by some as a great patriot is hard to comprehend.  He was QAnon before QAnon was cool.


QuakerOats Senior Member
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Fri, May 13, 2022 3:04 PM

The Sussman trial begins on Monday.  Some of the Russia hoax instigators and coup conspirators will be appearing.  


Would be great if Trump showed up to watch the proceedings. 


Have a great weekend. 

QuakerOats Senior Member
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Fri, May 13, 2022 4:08 PM

WSJ
By
Kimberley A. Strassel
May 12, 2022 6:28 pm ET

Special Counsel John Durham steps into court Monday with the first trial of his probe into Democrats’ Russia-collusion hoax. That’s a formality. Mr. Durham has already won.

Perkins Coie lawyer Michael Sussmann stands accused of lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation by claiming the dirt on Donald Trump he fed to the FBI wasn’t delivered on behalf of “any client.” Mr. Sussmann was in the pay of the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee and worked extensively with outside players and the media to produce the collusion narrative as well as documents that stoked FBI probes of Mr. Trump’s 2016 campaign, according to Durham filings. Mr. Sussmann has pleaded not guilty.

Commentators spent last week warring over whether Judge Christopher Cooper’s rulings on the use of evidence would help or hinder Mr. Durham’s case. It doesn’t much matter. Mr. Durham has already accomplished his far bigger goal with this narrow indictment. He’s put every sleazy collusion player in the hot seat, with ramifications beyond the courtroom.
From the day the special counsel released the 27-page Sussmann indictment in September (and the follow-on charges against dossier contributor Igor Danchenko), it’s been clear he had ambitions that went far beyond a conviction for lying. Each of his filings follows the same, deliberate strategy—lengthy briefs and long exhibits full of names, emails and documents, all of which connect the dots and expose the web that enabled this hoax, and the lies that kept it hidden.

Democratic superlawyer Marc Elias isn’t charged, but he also no longer heads the elite political-law practice at Perkins Coie. The firm last August announced Mr. Elias, who’d been there 28 years, was leaving to start his own small practice. A few weeks later, the Sussmann indictment laid bare the role Mr. Elias, a longtime DNC and Clinton lawyer, played in ginning up and distributing the bogus Trump-Russia claims.

Christopher Steele, author of the infamous dossier, once lauded by the press as an international superspy, is now a man in search of a reputation. His dossier’s “intelligence,” Mr. Durham’s documents show, came primarily from a Brookings Institution employee, Mr. Danchenko, who was recycling salacious chatter from a Clinton associate. Whatever work Mr. Steele may find in future, it won’t include assisting the FBI or any other respectable agency.

Fusion GPS, which hired Mr. Steele, has become toxic in Washington. The Durham prosecutions show how the opposition-research firm operates—not by producing real research, but by shopping seamy claims to law enforcement, then browbeating journalists into covering the “investigations” Fusion inspires. (Fusion in court filings says its job was to help Perkins Coie with legal advice—a claim the judge largely rejected Thursday.) The Washington press corps knows it got played—and how. A recent Durham filing released dozens of emails showing reporters at top outlets palling it up with their Fusion narrators, with one Slate writer even sending a draft October 2016 article for Fusion to review. Is the DNC going to hire Fusion anytime soon? Even credulous reporters will think twice before running with another Fusion lead.

Mrs. Clinton won’t be in the courtroom, but the campaign’s claims it was in the dark about the Perkins Coie and Fusion work are in ashes. Mr. Durham’s evidence shows top Clinton aides—including campaign manager Robby Mook—were apprised of allegations and helped circulate them. Also among the circulators was current national security adviser Jake Sullivan, who faces calls to resign given his role.

Then there’s James Comey’s FBI. One downside of the Durham “lying” strategy is that it requires prosecutors to present the FBI as dupes of the Clinton operation. Yet amusingly, this has lured the defense into providing evidence of FBI rot. Mr. Sussmann’s lawyers will argue at trial that their client can’t be found guilty of lying to the FBI, since “they have reviewed more than 300 emails that show the bureau understood Sussmann worked for Democratic campaign entities,” as the Washington Post reports.

The FBI knew all along and ran with unvetted political dirt, even if Mr. Sussmann’s alleged lie allowed it to pretend it was aboveboard. And as the Durham evidence shows, it went on pretending, failing to follow up on Mr. Steele, the dossier or its Clinton origins until long after the election (at which point special counsel Robert Mueller failed to follow up on the FBI for nearly two years more). Most of the FBI’s former leaders have been fired or left, its reputation is in tatters, and the GOP will dig further if it regains Congress this fall.

Many conservatives remain frustrated that Mr. Durham hasn’t pursued far more sweeping conspiracy charges. But conspiracy cases are hard to prove. A sweeping prosecution of high-name figures would cause a political feeding frenzy, and be proclaimed by the media a partisan exercise. A court loss would make it easier for the press to cast the entire effort as debunked.

The narrow prosecution of the little-known Mr. Sussmann has allowed for a focus on the bigger story. Stay tuned for a flood of more information coming out of a trial that on its face is about one lawyer, but in reality is the continuing tale of one of the dirtiest tricks in modern U.S. history.

QuakerOats Senior Member
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