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Deep State rats Comey, Brennan, and others turning on each other as AG Barr tightens noose in widening “Spygate” probe

By J. D. Heyes

For nearly two years, supporters of POTUS Donald Trump watched as he and his administration were hamstrung by a bogus “Russian collusion” investigation that was amplified by the fake news “mainstream media” as well as Democrats in Congress.

For just as long, Trump supporters grew frustrated and angry at then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from ‘all things Russia’ very early in his tenure, which then allowed former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to appoint special counsel Robert Mueller.

But Sessions is gone now, replaced by William Barr, himself a Washington insider and former attorney general who, it appears, has far more regard for reinstating the rule of law and trust in governing institutions that was utterly destroyed after eight years of rule by Barack Obama.

Indeed, Barr seems far more concerned about rebuilding trust in the Justice Department and the FBI than he does maintaining his membership within Washington’s elite establishment. That helps explain his aggressiveness in probing how the Russian collusion and “Spygate” investigations began in the first place, what rules were violated in the process, and who is responsible.

And the swamp rats whose names are now inextricably linked to the scandals are obviously feeling some heat because it sure seems like they’re beginning to turn on each other. 

As The National Sentinel reported Wednesday, former CIA Director John Brennan, long believed to be one of the masterminds of both scandals, has once again began to deny that he had anything at all to do with inserting the infamous “Steele dossier” into an intelligence brief that then-FBI Director James Comey gave to then-President-elect Donald Trump in January 2017.

Brennan said so in April and again this week, according to Fox News national security correspondent Catherine Herridge; Brennan says that it was Comey’s idea to put the dossier in the intel brief (even though, as we have since learned, everybody knew it was biased political opposition research paid for by the Clinton campaign and commissioned by Fusion GPS). 

Former GOP Congressman Trey Gowdy, a former federal prosecutor, told Fox News’ Martha McCallum that “sometimes in the courtroom when two people are blaming each other, they’re both right.” However, he noted, the truth of the matter would be pretty easy to sort out; the U.S. attorney and corruption specialist Barr appointed to look into all of this — John Durham of Connecticut — could do so with little effort, Gowdy noted.

“What I’m telling Mr. Durham or whoever is going to look into this is, I think you’ll see late in (December) 2016, well after it had been used, it was still unverified and the people responsible for it were referring to it as unverified and one or the other demanded that it be included in the intelligence assessment which then prompted the discussion you and I are having now,” Gowdy said.

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For his part, Gowdy, the former chairman of the House Government Oversight Committee who was very deeply involved in Congress’ effort to probe Spygate, said he has seen the Comey-Brennan email and, based on that, Comey has “a better argument than Brennan.”

“[Justice Department Inspector General Michael] Horowitz doesn’t have access to the grand jury, he doesn’t have access to former employees. He’s a wonderful investigator but he’s only as good as the tools he’s given,” Gowdy explained. But Durham does, making his the “A-1 investigation.”

The rats are already beginning to look for life rafts. There are so many cracks and holes in the various stories told and testimony given by the various actors involved in the scheme that there is bound to be some indictments this time.

And frankly, it would be about time.

A version of this story first appeared at NewsTarget.

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5 Comments on Deep State rats Comey, Brennan, and others turning on each other as AG Barr tightens noose in widening “Spygate” probe

  1. PeoplesRepublicOfMd // May 16, 2019 at 11:59 am // Reply

    Until this is all sorted out, every one of these swamp rats should be placed on the “No Fly Lists”.

  2. They should all be considered flight risks and hand in their passports. Or perhaps pre-dawn raids at their homes to take their electronic devices, passports, bank accounts, guns, and shoelaces (just in case they decide to Arkancide themselves or each other).

  3. Pouncekitty // May 16, 2019 at 5:25 pm // Reply

    All these people are extremely dangerous and should be dealt with by law enforcement. No telling what this insane rabble of coup plotters might try next, once they got so close to topping a duly elected President of the United States. Astonishingly dangerous and evil.

  4. The Sedition and Treason of these Deep Swamp Rats can not go unpunished.
    Convention of the States.

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