Author Topic: Who should Trump Fire next? (the BIGGEST sack of s**t award goes to . . .)  (Read 1113 times)

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Offline Thomas Key

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Priebus, the Mooch . . . maybe Sessions?  or how about Ajit Pai?  I can think of some others but unless you want your internet to look like cable tv http://news.alokatech.com/net-neutrality/ read on

https://www.dslreports.com/shownews/FCC-Sued-for-Not-Being-Transparent-About-Talks-With-ISPs-140026

Ajit is as dangerous to our Republic as the clumsy JarJar Binks was to the Galactic Republic a long time ago, far far away . . . I am glad there is a movement to oust Sessions (to end the war on drugs) but unless we want forums and the internet to be 100 percent fake news there needs to be an urgent press for the free press.  I am not sure if Mr Pai is ignorant or willfully destructive - but, I do think Trump could be persuaded to fire him. 

If you are thinking of the free market argument to get rid of net neutrality then please understand that if there was an actual free market I could make the same argument; however, there is not currently and in our current state Net Neutrality is needed to preserve the bits of free market we have left against un-competitive monopolies who do not want a free market of ideas (the free internet) - take a look at some of the record already regarding net neutrality violations : https://www.dailydot.com/layer8/net-neutrality-violations-history/

Ajit wants to take us back even before the dark ages to Plato's cave - this cannot stand in a free republic - it is like trying to deny the printing press a few hundred years ago - if you are passionate about the internet then I hope Info Wars does a full on campaign on this A hole - comment if you agree.

Offline Al Bundy

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Re: Who should Trump Fire next? (the BIGGEST sack of s**t award goes to . . .)
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2018, 08:28:22 am »
he critical charge:

To persuade a FISA court to issue a warrant to spy on Trump aide Carter Page, the FBI relied on a dossier produced by a Trump-hating British spy, who was using old Kremlin contacts, while being paid to dig up dirt on Donald Trump by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Not only were the Clinton campaign and DNC paying the spy, Christopher Steele, for his dirt-diving, the FBI put Steele on its own payroll, until they caught him lying about leaking to the media.

In their requests for search warrants, the FBI never told the FISA court judge their primary source was a 35-page dossier delivered by Steele that their own Director James Comey described as “salacious and unverified.”

From the Nunes memo, there was, at the highest level of the FBI, a cabal determined to derail Trump and elect Clinton. Heading the cabal was Comey, who made the call to exonerate Hillary of criminal charges for imperiling national security secrets, even before his own FBI investigation was concluded.

Assisting Comey was Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, whose wife, running for a Virginia state senate seat, received a windfall of $467,000 in contributions from Clinton bundler Terry McAuliffe.

Last week, McCabe was discharged from the FBI. Seems that in late September 2016, he learned from his New York field office that it was sitting on a trove of emails between Anthony Weiner and his wife, Clinton aide Huma Abedin, which potentially contained security secrets.

Not until late October did Comey inform Congress of what deputy McCabe had known a month earlier.

Other FBI plotters were Peter Strzok, chief investigator in both the Clinton email server scandal and Russiagate, and his FBI girlfriend, Lisa Page. Both were ousted from the Mueller investigation when their anti-Trump bias and behavior were exposed last summer.

Filling out the starting five was Bruce Ohr, associate deputy attorney general under Loretta Lynch. In 2016, Ohr’s wife was working for Fusion GPS, the oppo research arm of the Clinton campaign, and Bruce was in direct contact with Steele.

Now virtually all of this went down before Robert Mueller was named special counsel. But the poisoned roots of the Russiagate investigation and the bristling hostility of the investigators to Trump must cast a cloud of suspicion over whatever charges Mueller will bring.

Now another head may be about to fall, that of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

If Mueller has given up trying to prove Trump collusion with the Kremlin and moved on to obstruction of justice charges, Rosenstein moves into the crosshairs.

For the heart of any obstruction scenario is Trump’s firing of James Comey and his boasting about why he did it.

But not only did Rosenstein discuss with Trump the firing of Comey, he went back to Justice to produce the document to justify what the president had decided to do.

How can Rosenstein oversee Mueller’s investigation into the firing of James Comey when he was a witness to and a participant in the firing of James Comey?

The Roman poet Juvenal’s question comes to mind. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who will watch the watchmen?

Consider where we are. Mueller is investigating alleged Trump collusion with Russia, and the White House is all lawyered up.

The House intel committee is investigating Clinton-FBI collusion to defeat Trump and break his presidency. FBI Inspector General Michael Horowitz is looking into whether the fix was in to give Hillary a pass in the probe of her email server.

Comey has been fired, his deputy McCabe removed, his chief investigator Strzok ousted by Mueller for bigoted anti-Trump behavior, alongside his FBI paramour, Page. Bruce Ohr has been demoted for colluding with Steele, who was caught lying to the FBI and fired, and for his wife’s role in Fusion GPS, which was being paid to dig up dirt on Trump for Clinton’s campaign.

If Americans are losing confidence in the FBI, whose fault is that? Is there not evidence that a hubristic cadre at the apex of the FBI — Comey, McCabe, Strzok foremost among them — decided the Republic must be saved from Trump and, should Hillary fail, they would step in and move to abort the Trump presidency at birth?

To the deep state, the higher interests of the American people almost always coincide with their own.

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