Daily Recap — June 13

“Truth never damages a cause that is just.”
― Mahatma Gandhi


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A PEEK INTO THE PRIMARIES

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Last night was a big night for primaries, with some hopeful news to be had.

All in all it was a mixed bag for Trump nation, but a bag we’ll happily take into November, as it showed some real momentum for our side. 

Let’s do this thing Trey-style and list off all the meat and puhtaytahs fit for consumption. 


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THIS IS THE TRUMP PARTY, JACK:

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Or should I say, “Mark.”

Rep. Mark Sanford, a South Carolina Republican who has seen fit to bash PDT several times on Fake News CNN, found out just how much South Carolina Trumpers thought of his NeverTrump tendencies by sending him packing in favor of his conservative challenger, state Rep. Katie Arrington.

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The establishment tittybabies in DC said as recently as Tuesday morning they did not anticipate this outcome. They’re still having trouble hearing despite a loud wakeup call in 2016. Well, Paul Rino, “Can you hear us now?”
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Trump endorsed Arrington just hours before the polls closed last night in a tweet attacking Sanford for being a worthless NeverTrump douchecanoe:
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“Mark Sanford has been very unhelpful to me in my campaign to MAGA. He is MIA and nothing but trouble. He is better off in Argentina. I fully endorse Katie Arrington for Congress in SC, a state I love. She is tough on crime and will continue our fight to lower taxes. VOTE Katie!”.”
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It’s hard to say exactly what kind of bump that gave Arrington, but we can confidently say it didn’t hurt.
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The “Argentina” part of the tweet is in reference to a 2009 scandal in which Sanford, then the governor, disappeared for several days. He first claimed he’d been “hiking the Appalachian Trail” but later admitted to an extramarital affair with some hoochie mama in Argentina.
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Arrington, being a cut-throat Trumper, also used the sex scandal in her campaign.
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In one ad, Arrington tied the two chief arguments against him — insufficient support for Trump and the scandal — together.
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“Mark Sanford and the career politicians cheated on us,” she said in one ad, complaining that Sanford makes it a habit to “go on CNN to bash President Trump.”
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“Bless his heart, but it’s time for Mark Sanford to take a hike — for real this time,” Arrington said in the ad.
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Anyone who is familiar with southern women — and they are the best in the world — knows that “bless your heart” is a declaration of sorts, and not a good one. It’s the nicest possible way of saying, “You are one screwed up individual.” If you hear it, it means the woman saying it doesn’t put a whole lot of stock into you as a person. And if you’re trying to pick up the woman saying it, well, accept your loss and move on.
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In this case, South Carolina blessed Sanford’s heart, and yep, it’s time to move on.
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Let me be clear hear: Blind loyalty to a POTUS is no virtue. I absolutely abhor those who aren’t mature enough to hear and take inventory of criticisms of the president, regardless of party. I’ve had my own critiques of PDT. No two people will ever agree on absolutely everything, and if they do they’re probably weirdos.
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However, Sanford’s attacks went above and beyond. He gave fuel to the worst style-based narratives coming from the Left, and did it in their stomping grounds. 
After the shooting at congressional Republicans’ baseball practice in which Steve Scales was nearly killed, Sanford went over to communist PMSNBC to say PDT is “partially to blame for demons that have been unleashed” in American politics.
Yes, he blamed the president for some deranged coochie-capper trying to slaughter conservatives. That’s not a normal political critique. That’s an absurd liberal talking point to which only the most hardcore moonbats subscribe.
In 2017, Sanford told Politico that Trump had “fanned the flames of intolerance.” He also called it “befuddling” that with Trump “facts don’t matter.”
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I think facts matter very much to PDT, actually, unlike the propaganda outlets at which Sanford felt so at home bashing our POTUS, as if he didn’t have enough people bashing him already. 
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I can think of one fact off the top of my head that matters very much to Trump; the fact he’s the most popular president among Republicans since Reagan and will eclipse him shortly should trends continue. That, Mr. Sanford, is why you’re moving back to SC while PDT keeps chugging right along in the Oval Office. 
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That fact matters very much.

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HOWEVER, BUTT-KISSING ISN’T ENOUGH

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While some say that last night’s primaries showed the GOP to be the party of Trump, in truth it’s becoming the party of outsiders. Exhibit A: John Warren.

After failing to win a majority of the primary vote last night, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster (R) will face a runoff against the businessman Warren, who is making his first run for political office.
 
McMaster, 71, who took the governor’s mansion after Nikki Haley got the gig to be PDT’s ambassador to the globalist United Nations, will face businessman Warren in two weeks.
 
Warren, 39, is the chief executive of Lima One Capital, a real estate lending firm. His business made him wealthy, and he threw $3 million of his own money into late advertisements that boosted his name recognition. Warren pitched himself as an outsider bent on reforming the RINO-led state legislature in Columbia.
 
With 55% of the precincts reporting, McMaster had taken 44% of the vote, compared with 25% for Warren. Catherine Templeton, a former member of Haley’s cabinet, earned 22% of the vote.
 
PDT played a role in the race, albeit not the one he envisioned. McMaster was one of the first elected officials to back Trump during the 2016 Republican primary, and Trump, who values loyalty very much, returned the favor over the weekend with an endorsement via Twitter.
 
“Henry McMaster loves the people of South Carolina and was with me from the beginning,” Trump tweeted on Saturday. “He is doing a fantastic job as your Governor, and has my full endorsement, a special guy. Vote on Tuesday!”
 
Still, McMaster fell short of the 50%t of the vote he needed to win the primary outright. 
 
The winner of the June 26 runoff will face state Rep. James Smith (D), an attorney and veteran of the war in Afghanistan who won the Democratic primary on Tuesday
 
Whoever wins the nomination — McMaster or Warren — will likely defeat Smith in November, but last night’s results should serve as another alarm for the Establishment. It’s not just about Trump himself. It’s about getting real Americans to replace career swamp-dwellers. Loyalty to Trump is nice and all, but the most important thing is loyalty to the People (as opposed to special interests).
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I highly suggest the GOP get the message already.

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STAYING WITH THE OUTSIDER THEME:

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Last night was certainly the night of the outsiders, and Virginia was not to be outdone in their outsider-ness. Folks, Turtle Inc. is not going to be happy on the Hill.

Corey Stewart, a member of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, defeated state House member Nick Freitas and minister E.W. Jackson in Virginia’s senatorial primary. 

Stewart is a hardcore Trump supporter and has been for a while. He’s even recorded as saying, “I was Trump before Trump was Trump.” And that has some truth to it: In 2012 during his run for lieutenant governor, he bragged about Prince William County’s crackdown on illegal immigrants via a 2007 law that required police to check the immigration status of anyone detained or arrested if there was “probable cause” that the person might not be a citizen. That was when he first became public enemy #1 of the Establishment 

Then, he had the unmitigated gall to *gasp* defend historical monuments, (rightly) stating that the destruction/removal of confederate statues was an effort to eradicate heritage and history.

In 2017, he attended the “Old South Ball” in Danville, Virginia, and gave a speech saying Virginia was the state of “Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson,” adding that the Confederate flag “is our heritage, it’s what makes us Virginia, and if you take that away, we lose our identity.”

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He’s said (and tweeted) that the removal of Confederate statues was an action akin to what the terror group ISIS would do and that he would defund any Virginia city that took down any Confederate memorial. Defending Confederate memorials was still a part of his 2018 Senate platform.

I must admit, it’s somewhat odd to hear Stewart consistently refer to himself as a “proud Southerner,” despite being born and raised in Duluth, Minnesota, and attending St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, before transferring to Georgetown University in 1988.

I don’t hold that against him, though. I find it refreshing to hear someone take a bold stance despite the backlash. 


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Predictably, though, the Senate GOP’s campaign arm hasn’t endorsed Stewart, primarily because of the ruckus regarding confederate monuments. And its chairman said that the committee has “no plans” to spend any money on Stewart in his race against Dim Sen. and Hillzdawg “right-hand person” Creepy Tim Kaine.

“At the senatorial committee we’re focusing on Missouri, Indiana, North Dakota, Montana, West Virginia and Florida. There are great races around the country. [Virginia] is not the map,” said National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Cory Gardner (R-CO). “We have a big map this year, and what I’ve laid out in races that I’ve talked about, Virginia’s not on it.”

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PDT, being a firebrand himself, has something else in mind:

“Congratulations to Corey Stewart for his great victory for Senator from Virginia. Now he runs against a total stiff, Tim Kaine, who is weak on crime and borders, and wants to raise your taxes through the roof. Don’t underestimate Corey, a major chance of winning!” Trump tweeted this morning.

Stewart has vowed to run an aggressive race against Kaine, much in the mold of Trump, and is drawing plaudits from the White House. Virginia is also in Trump’s backyard and will make for an easy campaign trip if the Donald is so inclined.

 

Will Stewart win? Probably not. But the other guy probably wouldn’t have either. At least another establishment shill was sent home early.

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 A FRIGGIN WHOREHOUSE OWNER WON IN NEVADA:

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In a race that could only take place in Nevada, a brothel owner named Denis Hof won his bid for GOP nominee vying for a Nevada State Assembly seat. 

Hof has billed himself as “Trump from Pahrump,” and he is the author of “The Art of the Pimp.”

No, I’m not kidding.

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AND THE DIMS NOMINATED A WOMAN-BEATER IN SOUTH CAROLINA: 

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Archie Parnell, who recently admitted to abusing his ex-wife when he was 22, won the Dim nomination in South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District.

Parnell’s ex-wife accused him of attacking and beating her, according to government records surfaced by local media. Parnell refused to exit the race, apologizing for his past behavior. 

As a South Carolinian, I guess I need to apologize to Nevada.

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THE SANE PEOPLE IN CALIFORNIA ARE TRYING TO BREAK AWAY:

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Everyone laughed when it was proposed. They’re not laughing now.

An initiative to place a plan to split California into three states will be on the ballot in November, after a venture capitalist garnered more than 400,000 valid signatures to get it there. 

The plan would split the northern half of the state from the southern half, and sever the coastal region spanning from Los Angeles County to Monterey County. The proposal would separate the lucrative Silicon Valley from the state’s southern half, and urban Los Angeles from urban Orange County.

In other words, the decent, sane citizens of California want no part of the open-border socialists who are running their state. The ones who haven’t run to other states are resorting to drastic measures in an effort to salvage what there is to save. One must respect their fighting spirit.

California voters will decide on Nov. 6 if that’s the route they’d like to take. I highly doubt it will succeed, as parasites never leave hosts without a fight.

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BIG PICTURE:

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It was a decent night for Trump nation, as NeverTrumpers saw their ranks shrink to even more microscopic levels.

As for the aerial view going into November, I think we keep and possibly gain seats in the Senate, while the House is currently a toss-up. If Republicans wise up and heed the message that was delivered by Trump supporters last night, we can complete the unity that we’ve been trending toward over the last few months and send the coochie-cappers outside to scream at the sky once more.

If the Swamp continues their Establishment ways, though, we could very well see a divided government come November. I suppose we’ll find out what’s what over these next few months.

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COHEN WORKING WITH KING BOB?

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Warning: Much of the information contained within this piece originated from the #FakeNewsCrew using anonmymous sources. Be advised.

Michael Cohen, PDT’s longtime confidant and former personal attorney, has parted ways with his legal team, which is causing many to speculate that he is cooperating with federal investigators.


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Cohen, who has been under criminal investigation for months, which is separate from the special counsel case, has been rushing to meet U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Kimba Wood’s Friday deadline to complete a privilege review of over 3.7 million documents seized in the April 9 thug raids of Cohen’s New York properties and law office.

According the failing ABC News, Cohen, who is now under federal investigation with no friggin legal representation, is likely to cooperate with federal prosecutors in Manhattan. Also according to ABC, the cooperation is imminent and the White House is pissed. 

PHOTO: President Donald Trumps personal attorney Michael Cohen, right, leaves Federal Court, in New York, May 30, 2018, followed by members of his legal team, from left, Joseph Evans and Stephen Ryan.

Two of ABC’s sources who are reportedly familiar with a warrant in the case say that federal agents were hunting for records tied to Cohen’s personal business dealings and secret deals with Trump’s alleged mistresses, media organizations and the 2016 presidential campaign.

Cohen then went to federal court in Manhattan arguing that his attorneys should be given a first look at the materials seized in the raids for items potentially covered by attorney-client privilege before federal prosecutors could examine the haul.

PHOTO: Michael Cohens attorneys Joseph Evans and Todd Harrison leave the Manhattan Federal Court in New York, April 13, 2018.

Judge Wood subsequently appointed former federal judge Barbara Jones to act as a “special master” to conduct an “impartial” review of the materials and to referee any disputes between Cohen and the government.

PDT and the Trump Organization intervened in the case and were also granted access to review the materials for potentially privileged items.

Jones reported last week that of the first 300,000 items reviewed, she had determined that just 162 of them were covered by attorney-client privilege. She rejected three items that Cohen, Trump or the Trump organization had designated as privileged.

Judge Wood has given Cohen’s attorneys until Friday to complete the review of the remaining documents. Any remaining items to be reviewed would be turned over to a team of federal prosecutors unconnected to the case to complete the examination of the documents.

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BIG PICTURE:

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Look, I’m reading all of this very cautiously. The vast majority of the ABC story relies on anonymous sources who are doing little more than speculating. There is also chatter that Cohen got into with his legal team over work fees.

The fact is we don’t know what Cohen is telling the feds, or even if he has anything to tell them. Considering the feds RAIDED ALL OF HIS RESIDENCES AND STOLE HIS PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE LAST DECADE, one would think that he doesn’t have to tell them a whole hell of a lot.

This whole thing stinks to high heaven. Oh well, at least the judge gave Trump access to the information, so he’s not just a sitting duck.
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I hope PDT’s faith in Cohen over the years wasn’t misplaced.

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KEEBLER DOES A GOOD DEED

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Given the reputation Keebler Jeff Sessions has within the Trump community, I often type good things about him while covering my head and wearing a bulletproof vest. All the same, when he does something good I’m obligated to point it out. So let’s praise Keebler for a second before immediately reverting back to calls for his head.

Keebler announced a new Justice Department effort today to prevent zoning discrimination against religious groups.

During an event in New Jersey, Keebler explained that through the “Place to Worship Initiative,” the DOJ intends to raise awareness about protections granted to religious institutions against zoning laws. He added that he expects the campaign will lead the DOJ’s civil rights division to file more cases against municipalities that allegedly discriminate against religious institutions.


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“In recent years, the cultural climate has become less hospitable to people of faith and to religious belief. Many Americans have felt that their freedom to practice their faith has been under attack,” Keebler lamented.

“This feeling is understandable. Religious Americans have heard themselves called deplorables. They’ve heard themselves called bitter clingers,” he added, referencing comments from Shillary Clinton and DingleBarry Soetoro, respectively.

As part of the push against discriminatory zoning laws, Keebler announced a lawsuit against a town in New Jersey for denying approval to an Orthodox Jewish synagogue.

In addition to the zoning laws, Sessions said today that the DOJ is reinforcing its fight against hate crimes, noted the recent uptick in anti-Semitic hate crimes.

“Make no mistake: hate crimes are violent crimes. And reducing violent crime is our top priority,” he said, noting the numerous Jewish community centers across the country that have received bomb threats over the course of the last year.

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BIG PICTURE:

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This is just the latest move to protect religious communities from an administration that has done it better than anyone before them.

Good on you, Trump administration.

Side note: Most hate crimes are hoaxes perpetrated by the Left.

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PREVIEWING THE IG REPORT:

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Well, folks, it’s been a hell of a long wait — 18 months to be exact — but it’s finally here: the release of the IG’s findings in relation to the FBI’s investigation of Hillary.

In this preview, I’m going to try to give you the good, bad and ugly. What we know to expect, what we don’t know and how the overall picture is shaping up. I’m going to warn you, this preview is NOT going to be one explosion of good news after the other. There are some reasons to be excited, but also reasons to be skeptical.

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WHAT, EXACTLY, IS THIS REPORT?

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Before diving in, it’s important to note what this report is and what it isn’t. 

This particular probe is rather narrow in scope, focusing primarily on whether the FBI acted improperly in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election. It was ordered by Democrats, not Republicans, after they became stomping mad at Leakin’ James Comey’s actions that hurt Hillzdawg leading up to election day. He was public enemy #1 for them at the time and this probe was borne of their rage.  

The inspector general, Michael Horowitz—commonly referred to as the DOJ’s internal watchdog—announced in January 2017 that his office would examine allegations of misconduct surrounding Leakin’ James’ handling of the probe into Hillary’s private email server; news that was welcomed by both Dims—who felt that Comey had shattered Hillary’s chances of winning the election by effectively reopening the email probe just days before the election—and by Republicans, who felt that Comey DID HER A GIANT FAVOR BY NOT INDICTING HER IN THE FIRST FRIGGIN PLACE. 

I’ll let you determine which side I’m on. 

So before we plan the parade, let’s understand that this probe was originally designed to find out why the FBI screwed over Hillary. Additionally, there are other investigations ongoing separate from this particular one, such as the one regarding FISA surveillance on the Trump campaign and a public corruption probe into the Clinton Foundation that’s being run out of Little Rock, AR.

So let’s disabuse ourselves of this notion that the IG report drop tomorrow will contain all the deep, dark secrets of Clinton and the Deep State. It won’t. That’s not to say it won’t contain some gems, but let’s manage our expectations based on fact.

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WILL THIS LEAD TO HANDCUFFS? 

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Not immediately, no.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s power is fairly limited. For example, in a noncriminal review such as this one, the IG’s office cannot compel testimony from former or non-DOJ employees. While current employees have to cooperate with the investigation or face discipline, employees who have left DOJ can refuse to talk, as can everyone else who does not work for DOJ. Basically, his jurisdiction only covers those who are still actively employed by the DOJ. That makes this kind of review far less authoritative than a criminal investigation. Also, the standards for including something in an IG report are lower than that for proving a fact in a criminal case.

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That being said….

The IG’s findings and recommendations are broadly viewed as credible by DOJ leadership, and whatever information contained within will have to be taken seriously by all parties involved, unlike say, the Nunes memo which was dismissed as a partisan document. Horowitz has a reputation as a down-the-middle kind of guy, which angered the Barry administration greatly, as evidenced by the great lengths they went to in order to remove his claws.

The bottom line here is that while Horowitz can’t personally prosecute anyone, his findings can and likely will be used to do just that if those are indeed his recommendations, hence why Deep State McCabe is lawyered up and freaking the hell out. 
 

It is not clear what Horowitz will recommend. But the report will reportedly describe Leakin’ James as “insubordinate,” and is expected to criticize him for going around DOJ leadership to announce the end of the Clinton email probe with his decision to hold a press conference in July 2016, in which he explained the decision not to charge Hillary but excoriated her as “extremely careless” with classified information. Comey has said he made that decision because of a highly publicized meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch-Whitefolks and Slick Willy Clinton on the tarmac at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport in 2016.

Comey said the tarmac meeting was “the capper” for him, implying that corruption had gotten to a point that he needed to protect the FBI’s reputation, which was supposedly his motivation for holding that press conference. So what were the other things that took place before “the capper” came into play? I’d definitely like to see that in the report, though I’m not hopeful. 

Nearly a dozen GOP lawmakers have already asked the Justice Department to investigate Comey for “potential violations of law” related to his “improper investigative conduct” vis-à-vis Clinton and Trump, but that appears to be a separate investigation as well. 

Another part of the report supposedly criticizes Comey and McCabe for dragging their feet on examining emails relevant to the Clinton investigation that were uncovered from Spanky Weiner’s laptop nearly six weeks before the election. Comey didn’t alert Congress to the emails’ existence until October 28, 2016, when he effectively reopened the investigation only to close it days later—again without recommending criminal charges against Clinton. Horowitz has also been investigating whether DOJ or FBI employees leaked information about Clinton’s emails in the weeks leading up to Comey’s announcement.

Then there is the matter of the exoneration statement Leakin’ James drew up for Hillary well before the investigation was complete. While shady, it’s unlikely to result in any sort of criminal referrals. Comey is likely to argue that he was merely preparing for how the investigation appeared to be headed, even though all the formalities weren’t complete at the time. He may be completely full of crap, but he won’t be in legal jeopardy for it.

One hopeful avenue of inquiry could be in relation to Peter Strzok, the counterintel investigator who helped craft the “insurance policy” against Trump with his mistress, Lisa Page. The question of that insurance policy likely won’t be included in this report, as it’s unrelated to the Clinton email probe, but Strzok was atop the team of investigators in said probe. We all know he’s up to no good, so who knows what this report will reveal about his actions. 

So, that’s the best information currently available for who is in trouble and for what. I know it leaves much to be desired, which I’ll cover in the next segment.


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WHY THAT WORRIES ME: 

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The items I just listed off as the known focuses of the IG report are all investigation-worthy, to be sure. But God, I hope it doesn’t end there.

As described in the opening, I’m well aware of the limited scope of this particular probe. But within that limited scope lies many questions that demand answers. Remember, the point of this probe is to examine FBI misconduct as it related to the Clinton email case.

As such, there are a hell of a lot more pressing items than the ones that have leaked to the press thus far.

Listen people, we’re talking about an investigation for which a grand jury was never even impaneled, all persons of interest were given immunity, evidence was allowed to be destroyed with no repercussions, lies were told under oath without notice from investigators and the interrogation of the main suspect wasn’t even transcribed.

EMAILS WERE BLEACHED OUT OF HIS EXISTENCE WHILE PHONES WERE DESTROYED WITH HAMMERS AND WE’RE FOCUSING ON WHY COMEY GAVE A PRESS CONFERENCE AGAINST HIS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT GUIDANCE?? SERIOUSLY??

THE MAN WHO SET UP AN ILLEGAL SERVER IN A SECRETARY OF STATE’S BATHROOM WOULDN’T EVEN SHOW UP TO SPEAK TO CONGRESS AND WE’RE ASKING WHY THE SPANKY WEINER LAPTOP SITUATION WASN’T HANDLED QUICKLY ENOUGH???

Look, I understand that Horowitz has been operating largely in secret and therefore we can’t know everything in his report, but if this is the most damning stuff that’s leaked thus far, I’m not very friggin impressed, to say the least. 

An investigation into improprieties during the Clinton email probe should yield a report thicker than War and Peace. There was so much shady with that probe it’s impossible to tell where to start. Please, God, tell me those weren’t his main concerns. Please tell me the IG didn’t launch a year and a half long investigation just to conclude that the FBI was too mean to Hillary.

I understand that the investigation was meant to discover why poor little Hillary was treated so badly, but an investigation is supposed to follow the facts wherever they lead. If they want to crucify Comey for calling an unauthorized press conference, fine, but that’s like arresting a jaywalker while someone is murdered right in front of you.

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HAS THE SWAMP TAINTED THE REPORT?

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Damn good question.

Remember, the draft of the report was completed on June 5, then sent to the DOJ and congressional committees for any redactions they’d like to make. Imagine being investigated for over a year, then being allowed to black out parts of the investigatory findings you don’t made public. It must be freaking nice. 

This wasn’t lost on PDT, who tweeted out the very day the draft was released:

“Numerous delays…Hope Report is not being changed and made weaker! There are so many horrible things to tell, the public has the right to know. Transparency!

There is good news, though. No redaction is truly a redaction. If it’s shady and being covered up, people will know and people will find out. For example, it’s already been revealed that the DOJ attempted to redact a part of the report that accuses Deep State McCabe of paying $70K for some type of office furniture. What sort of national security issues would it cause for people to learn that info? None. It’s meant to protect the DOJ, plain and simple. 

The other good news, as I’ve been saying for a long time now, is that PDT has great informational power as POTUS and likely knows a whole lot of what is in this report and has for a while. When he tweeted out that there “are so many horrible things to tell,” he wasn’t speaking from ignorance, just as he wasn’t speaking from ignorance when he tweeted that the Awan case is the key to understanding much of the corruption at play in DC. 

Remember, PDT has the power to classify and declassify at will. In fact, the IG report he receives tomorrow will have zero redactions, although I doubt any of it will be a revelation to him anyway. If push comes to shove, he’ll use that informational power. I think he believes he can accomplish what he needs without going that route, otherwise he would have done it already. It’s basic logic. 

PDT is not the type of man to ignore his own power when it’s needed against his enemies. If you don’t remember anything else from this Recap, remember that. 


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BIG PICTURE:

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The IG report is a lot like the Rocket Man summit. It’s not the end all/be all we would like, but could serve as the beginning of something very big.
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It’s only one investigation of many going on and is narrow in focus, but as we’ve seen over the past year, every rabbit hole tends to connect to every other rabbit hole in some way or another.

I find the leaks regarding the IG report thus far to be disconcerting, for reasons I’ve outlined in this piece. There are much bigger questions to be probed than the ones Horowitz is reportedly focusing on, but “reportedly” is the operative term here. We’re all hostages of the information we have, which has been very scant up to now.
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We won’t really know anything until tomorrow, and even then we’re likely to be left with more questions still.

The biggest question, though, is whether this is the beginning of the end for the Deep State, or just confirmation that PDT will have to employ the scorched Earth strategy we’ve discussed in the past, meaning he’ll have to use informational powers as POTUS to uncover everything himself.

We’ll certainly have a much better idea soon.

Whatever happens, keep the faith. PDT will not let bums run wild all over him without consequence, #ThatICanTellYou.

See you tomorrow, Trumpers. 

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