Commentary and Analysis by John Michael Chambers
The weaponization of impeachment has utterly failed. I called this long ago and my media interviews, weekly video commentaries and articles will serve as a track record. The real and only concern about this is the potential precedent this creates moving forward into 2020 and beyond for President Trump and for future Presidents.
It’s our turn. We are now ready. Timing is everything. We shall now weaponize the truth. Team Trump has all the goods on everyone. They are all going down. And as a side note to all this, there have been nine horrific shootings over the past few weeks. Like I have stated before, the deep state orchestrates and triggers events prior to and during such times, to clog up the news cycle and divert attention away from them and their crimes. This short excerpt of a talk I gave covers it well.
30,000 Foot View
Taking a look at the big picture here’s the bottom line. First off, the grounds for impeachment has shifted with the wind day by day since day one along with the “kangaroo court” procedure for impeachment hearings, all of which are so far south from protocol, the founding fathers have been alerted and awakened and are shouting from their graves. Can you hear them?
There were no high crimes and misdemeanors. President Trump is not even remotely close to having done anything to impeach him. Even the two “articles of impeachment” drafted by Nadler and company do not cite any high crimes and misdemeanors but rather “obstruction of congress” and “abuse of power”. Lawyers, constitutional scholars and great legal minds both left and right, concur with the President, that this is a total sham, another baseless witch hunt. People like Alan Dershowitz, Mark Levin, Ken Star, Jonathan Turley, Gregg Jarret, my gosh even Gerardo Rivera, to name but a few.
Then in the midst of this sham, IGII FISA report is released along with testimony from IG Horrowitz, all of which was and is devastating to the FBI and the deep state players. Pay no attention to the fake news headlines and pompous James Comey’s statements since it’s release. Comey along with Clapper, Brennan, McCabe, Page, Strzok, Schiff and many others are among the low lying fruit about to be plucked in 2020. Like I said all along, FISA brings down the house. Indeed the findings in that report will. Then there is Durhams criminal investigation, NSA data collection, Epstein and Assange intel and Rudy Giuliani who has all the goods on Biden and more. Timing, my friends, timing. The deep state, the dems. and the fake news both here and globally, are panicking.
AG Bill Barr has become activated (NBC interview) as has Prosecutor John Durham. Believe me, there is a plan and yes it is unfolding as it should. Next year, 2020, the world will begin to see what people perhaps like you and me have known all along. I will refer once again to the article I wrote back on June 13, 2018, “Scale of Discovery and Action“. Read it. Yes we are indeed now at steps 6, 7 and 8 on this twelve step program. And the fact that I wrote this and scores of other articles before and since, most of all highly accurate on forecasts, commentary and analysis, I ask you to follow my work and the work of others and to come aboard, for WWG1WGA. Meanwhile this was sent to me as pulled from the article by Sharyl Attkisson of Epoch Times.
Below are 24 points Barr felt the need to make after the release of the Horowitz report. (All of the information is attributed to Barr.)
1. Don’t expect Durham’s findings to be announced before late spring or summer 2020.
2. The FBI did spy on the Trump campaign. That’s what electronic surveillance is.
3. Regarding the FBI’s actions in surveilling Trump campaign associates, it was a “travesty” and there were “many abuses.”
4. From “day one,” the FBI investigation generated exculpatory information (tending to point to the targets’ innocence) and nothing that corroborated Russia collusion.
5. It’s a “big deal” to use U.S. law enforcement and intelligence resources to investigate the opposing political party, and I cannot think of another recent instance in which this happened.
6. Evidence to start the FBI’s investigation into Trump associates was “flimsy” from the start and based on the idea that Trump aide George Papadopoulos expressed he may have had pre-knowledge of a Democrat National Committee computer hack. However, it was actually just an offhand barroom comment by a young campaign aide described merely as a “suggestion of a suggestion, a vague allusion” to the fact that the Russians may have something they can dump. But by that time, May 2016, there was already rampant speculation online and in political circles that the Russians had hacked Hillary Clinton’s emails in 2014 and that they might surface. So the idea that Papadopoulos’s comment showed pre-knowledge of the Democratic National Committee hack and dump “is a big stretch.”
7. It was “wrong” for the FBI to presume the Trump campaign was part of a plot. They should have gone to the campaign and discussed their suspicions.
8. The normal thing to do would be to tell the campaign that there could be attempted foreign interference. There is no legitimate explanation as to why the FBI didn’t do this. The FBI’s explanation for this was that they only do “defensive briefings” if they’re certain there’s no chance they’re tipping someone off. But this simply isn’t true, isn’t plausible, and doesn’t hold water because our intelligence officials and President Barack Obama repeatedly contacted the Russians, the guilty party, to tell them to “cut it out.”
9. If the purpose were to protect the election, you would have given the Trump campaign a defensive briefing. You could have disrupted any foreign activity in time to protect the U.S. election.
10. As to the FBI’s motive, “that’s why we have Durham.” I’m not saying the motivations were improper, but it’s premature to say they weren’t.
11. The inspector general operates differently as an internal watchdog. Horowitz’s approach is to say that if people involved give reasonable explanations for what appears to be wrongdoing, and if he can’t find documentary or testimonial evidence to the contrary, he accepts it.
12. Contrary to much reporting, Horowitz didn’t rule out improper motive; he didn’t find documentary or testimonial evidence of improper motive. Those are two different things.
13. Instead of talking to the Trump campaign, the FBI secretly “wired up” sources and had them talk to four people affiliated with the Trump campaign, in August, September, and October 2016.
14. All of the information from this surveillance came back exculpatory regarding any supposed relationship to Russia and specific facts. But the FBI didn’t inform the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance court, which approved wiretaps against former Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page four times.
15. At one point early on, the FBI didn’t have enough probable cause for a wiretap warrant, so it took the “Steele dossier” information against Trump, “which they’d done nothing to verify,” and used that to get the wiretaps.
16. The wiretaps allowed the FBI to go back and capture Page’s communications, emails, and other material from weeks, months, and even years ago.
17. Should the four FBI applications to wiretap Trump campaign aide Carter Page have ever been made, considering there were 17 critical omissions or errors by the FBI making it appear they had better evidence than they had? This is the meat of the issue, and “if you spend time to look at what happened, you’d be appalled.”
18. The FBI withheld from the court all of the exculpatory information and the lack of reliability of the main FBI source, Christopher Steele, who was being paid by the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign to find evidence connecting Trump to Russia.
19. The major takeaway is that after the election in January, the FBI finally talked to one of Steele’s important sources to try to verify some of the “dossier” information and sourcing, as they’re required to do. This Steele source told the FBI he didn’t know what Steele was talking about in the dossier, and that he’d told Steele that the information he’d provided was “supposition” and “theory.” At that point, “it was clear the dossier was a sham.” Yet the FBI didn’t tell the court, and continued to get wiretaps based on the dossier.
20. Further, the FBI falsely told the court that Steele’s source had been proven reliable and truthful. In fact, what the source had told the truth about was that “the dossier was garbage.” It’s hard to look at this “and not think it was gross abuse.”
21. Were the four Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act judges who approved the four wiretaps against Trump associate Carter Page badly misled by the FBI? Yes.
22. Are people going to be held accountable, including at the very top of our intelligence agencies and FBI? Well, they’re all gone.
23. The whole Russia collusion hype was a “bogus narrative hyped by an irresponsible press” that proved entirely false in the end.
Are former FBI Director James Comey and former FBI official Andy McCabe and others implicated in the Durham investigation? I think there was a failure of leadership in that group. Quoting the inspector general, the explanations he received “were not satisfactory. You can draw your own conclusions.”
24. Why haven’t we already thrown people in prison? “These things take time.” The government has to have proof beyond a reasonable doubt before we indict; it’s a substantial hurdle. Nobody is going to be indicted and go to jail unless that standard is met.
In his interviews this week, Barr provided a treasure trove of information about what stands to be one of the most important investigations into our U.S. intelligence community of our time. His signposts indicate that we can expect a shakeup of a system that may have been broken for decades.
Know this. We, Trump, AG Barr, Durham, others and we the patriots, are in control.
Seems like Mitch McConnell, and the White House Council on behalf of the President have a plan. Will the House reject these articles due to no actual impeachable evidence and procedural violations? Will this go to the supreme court to decide? Will these articles now get to the full House for a vote? How many Democrats will not vote in favor for impeachment? How many will vote only based on fear of blackmail since that’s how the swamp works? I know one thing, if it gets to a full House vote and it seems like it will, we know it is DOA in the senate. If it gets to the senate will they fast track it by not going to trial? Will they go to trial and extend the process as the President seems to indicate he is willing to do? The days and short weeks ahead will tell. I do know one thing of which I have stated all along, the President will not be impeached and removed from office. Oh and Trump’s polling numbers are soaring and the battleground states are now in jeopardy for the dems. It’s a wonderful thing.
The weaponization of impeachment and abuse of power by the dems. has utterly backfired since day one out of the gate. My position remains the same. They are all going down and President Trump, (barring successful voter fraud), will win in an absolute landslide both electoral college as well as the popular vote. In 2020 and beyond the exposure of the individuals and their crimes, along with justice finally being served, will be the bottom line. But get ready for more and more battles and false flags as time is running out on the deep state and the dems. Their time is up and they know it. They have 11 months to remove or derail Trump to avoid his forgone re-election. Pray for the President and get busy waking others and getting others to vote for freedom versus a tyrannical socialist police state.
This battle will rage on for the rest of our lives. Pray for our President and his family. No Trump-no hope. What we do right here, right now is for posterity. So when your children and grandchildren ask you “What were you doing when the global governance was being thrust down the throat of America and the world, what will your answer be? Freedom, it’s up to U.S.
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