With President Trump ordering intelligence entities in every agency and department to fully cooperate with Attorney General Barr – and for Barr to declassify all relevant documentation regarding any clandestine information gathering and surveillance of politicos pursuant to law during the 2018 General Election, we have to ask some serious questions whose answers must transcend politics.
How is what the Obama Era FBI and DoJ executed during the 2018 Election – the illegal gathering of information against Americans for political purposes – any different than the crimes committed during Watergate; an event that brought down a presidency?
The illegal activities executed during Watergate included the bugging of the offices of political opponents and people of whom then-President Nixon and members of his inner-circle were suspicious. They illegally used the FBI, CIA, and IRS as political weapons.
Evidence is pointing to proof that during the 2018 General Election a select handful of Obama and Clinton loyalists (read: Progressive-Fascists) abused the intelligence and legal apparatuses to both manufacture false information and use it to fraudulently acquire FISA warrants to affect a political outcome.
Both of these events are crimes. Both of these events have to do with illegally using government law enforcement, judicial, intelligence, and information gathering agencies and/or departments to gather information to favor a political person or movement; to illegally affect the outcome of an election.
In 1974, Democrats screamed about the disenfranchisement of the American people in the electoral process by nefarious forces in the Nixon Administration – and the President himself – and burned the question “What did the President know and when did he know it?” into American History.
Today, in the ominous shadow of a crime equal to or greater than those committed during Watergate, Democrats are not only seeking to overlook crimes; they are seeking to validate the attempted disenfranchisement of the American people. In any other matter that would reach a court in the United States, their actions would be tantamount to aiding and abetting a federal crime.
Again, Democrats have done zero governing since President Trump was elected. Everything they have done has been for the benefit of their political party.
It’s time to put government before politics. It is also time to punish those who do not.
Courtesy of Freedom Outpost
Frank Salvato is the Executive Director for BasicsProject.org a non-partisan, 501(c)(3) research and education initiative focusing on Constitutional Literacy and the threats of Islamic jihadism and Progressive neo-Marxism. His writing has been recognized by the US House International Relations Committee and the Japan Center for Conflict Prevention. His organization, BasicsProject.org, partnered in producing the original national symposium series addressing the root causes of radical Islamist terrorism. He is a member of the International Analyst Network and has been a featured guest on al Jazeera’s Listening Post, Radio Belgrade One, ITN Production’s Truthloader Program in the UK and on Russia Today. Mr. Salvato sits on the board of directors for Founders Alliance USA, a solutions-oriented non-profit organization. He also serves as the managing editor for The New Media Journal. Mr. Salvato has appeared on The O’Reilly Factor on FOX News Channel, and was featured in the documentary, “Ezekiel and the MidEast ‘Piece’ Process: Israel’s Neighbor States.” He is the author of the series Understanding the Threat of Radical Islam, an educational pamphlet series. Mr. Salvato is a regular guest on talk radio including on The Captain’s America Radio Show, nationally syndicated by the Phoenix Broadcasting and ABC Starguide Satellite Networks, catering to the US Armed Forces around the world. He is also heard weekly on The Roth Show with Dr. Laurie Roth syndicated nationally on the IRN-USA Radio Network. Mr. Salvato’s opinion and analysis have been published by The American Enterprise Institute, The Washington Times, Accuracy in Media, Human Events, and are syndicated nationally. He is a featured political writer for EducationNews.org, BigGovernment.com, Examiner.com and TavernKeepers.com. He is occasionally quoted in The Federalist.