Before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi shoots off her mouth suggesting that the President of the United States threw an unjustified temper tantrum at a meeting of Congressional leaders conferring on infrastructure spending…

“Another temper tantrum, again, I pray for the president of the United States. I wish that his family, the administration, and his staff would have an intervention for the good of the country."

One might consider that Pelosi, just prior to the meeting, told the media …

“The president’s behavior in terms of obstruction of justice, the things that he is doing, it’s very clear. It’s in plain sight. It cannot be denied. Ignoring subpoenas, obstruction of justice, yes, these can be impeachable offenses.”

And the President was completely justified in not negotiating with the same Congressional leaders who tried to spy on his campaign, bring criminal charges against him personally, continued to mount a historic cover-up of a silent coup d'état, and vilified him daily in the media…

“I walked into the room and I told Senator Schumer and Speaker Pelosi: ‘I want to do infrastructure. I want to do it more than you want to do it. I’d be really good at that, that’s what I do. But you know what? You can’t do it under these circumstances. So get these phony investigations over with.” 

Two-plus years of his President’s programs delayed by the progressive socialist democrats who are trying to impeach him based on a phony document concocted by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democrat National Committee – with the full knowledge and cooperation of the White House. So what incentive does President Trump have to assist progressive socialist democrats in delivering additional pork to their districts and special interest friends like the anti-Trump unions?

Something stinks…

"[Attorney General] Barr stated: The thing that’s interesting about this is that this was handled at a very senior level of these departments. It wasn’t handled in the ordinary way that investigations or counterintelligence activities are conducted. It was sort of an ad hoc, small group — and most of these people are no longer with the FBI or the CIA or the other agencies involved. I think there’s a misconception out there that we know a lot about what happened. The fact of the matter is, Bob Mueller did not look at the government’s activities."

Special Counsel Robert Mueller was a partisan hack whose activities were not only malfeasant but criminal fraudulent.

Ex-FBI lawyer: Carter Page FISA application approved in 'unusual' way by McCabe, Yates, and Baker

In front of a joint session of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees on Aug. 31, 2018, former FBI Deputy General Counsel Trisha Anderson said she was normally responsible for signing off on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act applications before they reached the desk of her superiors for approval. Anderson said the “linear path” those applications typically take was upended in October 2016, with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates signing off on the application before she did. Because of that unusual high-level involvement, she didn’t see the need to “second guess” the FISA application.

The Page FISA application was filed by the Justice Department and FBI with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in October 2016. A surveillance warrant was granted and three renewals were subsequently approved. The FISA application relied heavily on unverified research in British ex-spy Christopher Steele's dossier on President Trump's ties to Russia, which was compiled through his employment with opposition research firm Fusion GPS with funding from the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee through the Perkins Coie law firm.          

Anderson said all FISAs need to be signed off on in the FBI’s National Security Law Branch, where she was assigned at the time. Anderson said she was the Senior Executive Service approver for the “initiation” of the Page FISA, including determining whether there is legal sufficiency.

But Anderson stressed “in this particular case, I'm drawing a distinction because my boss and my boss’ boss had already reviewed and approved this application.” She emphasized “this one was handled a little bit differently in that sense, in that it received very high-level review and approvals — informal, oral approvals — before it ever came to me for signature.”

[OCS: Anderson signed the document under penalty of perjury and now she should be held accountable. She failed to perform her sworn duty.]

"Because there were very high-level discussions that occurred about the FISA," Anderson said she believed that meant “the FISA essentially had already been well-vetted all the way up through at least the Deputy Director [McCabe] level on our side and through the DAG [Yates] on the DOJ side.” Yates had already signed the application by the time it made it to Anderson’s desk.          

The publicly available Page FISA documents show then-FBI Director James Comey also signed off on it.

Because the FISA application had already been approved at such high levels, Anderson said she did not look at the Page FISA application with much skepticism. “I wouldn't view it as my role to second-guess that substantive approval that had already been given by the Deputy Director [McCabe] and by the Deputy Attorney General [Yates] in this particular instance," she said.

[OCS: Malfeasance, at the minimum, that can be attributed to blind loyalty to her superiors.]

Asked why this FISA application was different, Anderson said she believed “the sensitivity level of this particular FISA resulted in lots of very high-level attention both within the FBI and DOJ.”

“The General Counsel [Jim Baker] … personally reviewed and made edits to the FISA, for example,” Anderson said. “The Deputy Director was involved in reviewing the FISA line by line. The Deputy Attorney General over on the DOJ side of the street was similarly involved, as I understood, reviewing the FISA application line by line.”

Baker recently defended the FBI’s handling of the FISA process, saying “we took [the dossier] seriously” but “we didn’t necessarily take it literally” and did not treat it as “literally true in every respect.” Baker also said, “I am not going to go into details with respect to what investigative steps we actually took to try to validate it.” Former FBI Director James Comey still referred to the dossier as “salacious and unverified” even in 2017.

[OCS: Time to see the entire FISA applications – all four of them, including the three renewals after sufficient time has passed to know that Carter Page was innocent of colluding with the Russians and the Steele material was corrupt.]

Read more here.

Right to the top of the Obama Administration…

John Brennan convened a secret task force at CIA headquarters composed of several dozen analysts and officers from the CIA, the NSA and the FBI. The unit functioned as a sealed compartment, its work hidden from the rest of the intelligence community. Those brought in signed new non-disclosure agreements to be granted access to intelligence from all three participating agencies.

They worked exclusively for two groups of “customers,” officials said. The first was Obama and fewer than 14 senior officials in government. The second was a team of operations specialists at the CIA, NSA and FBI who took direction from the task force on where to aim their subsequent efforts to collect more intelligence on Russia.

The secrecy extended into the White House.

[Susan] Rice, Avril Haines, and White House Homeland Security Adviser Lisa Monaco convened meetings in the Situation Room to weigh the mounting evidence of Russian interference and generate options for how to respond. At first, only four senior security officials were allowed to attend: Brennan, Clapper, Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch and FBI Director James B. Comey. Aides ordinarily allowed entry as “plus-ones” were barred.

[OCS: This is the Hillary Clinton crowd who were so sure that they would be rewarded when she was elected, that they operated with impunity and unfearful of the consequences.]

Gradually, the circle widened to include Vice President Biden and others. Agendas sent to Cabinet secretaries — including John F. Kerry at the State Department and Ashton B. Carter at the Pentagon — arrived in envelopes that subordinates were not supposed to open. Sometimes the agendas were withheld until participants had taken their seats in the Situation Room.

[OCS: Why isn’t Biden’s involvement in this Russia collusion hoax being mentioned in the media? How can this man run for high office with this many ethical challenges before him? Likewise, John Kerry – an un-American snake of the first order.]

Read more here.

Be careful what you wish…


It was the leadership, not the rank-and-file, who perpetrated this fraud. If there is any impact, it will be because the agency’s leadership was thoroughly corrupt and engaged in criminal activities.

Bottom line…

The progressive socialist democrats demanded the release of the Mueller report, including all classified and Grand Jury proceedings. Now that President Trump has granted Attorney General Barr the power to declassify reports, the Democrats are screaming bloody murder about compromising national security. It is more likely that they do not want names to be named and hope that proceedings can be delayed until after the statute of limitations on criminal activities expires.

Where are the Grand Juries and indictments?

We are so screwed.

“Nullius in verba.”-- take nobody's word for it!

“Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.”-- George Bernard Shaw

“Progressive, liberal, Socialist, Marxist, Democratic Socialist -- they are all COMMUNISTS.”

“The key to fighting the craziness of the progressives is to hold them responsible for their actions, not their intentions.” – OCS

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