Trump’s Enemies Faint as He Declassifies the Russiagate Coup
President Donald Trump has finally made good on his threat to declassify all documents and communications related to the Obama administration’s power-mad attempted coup which sought to thwart the 2016 election.
Trump has given Attorney General William Barr full authority to declassify any and all FBI and CIA memos related to the false Russiagate hoax. He has also directed to FBI and CIA to fully cooperate with Barr’s investigation into the origins of the witch hunt conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
In a sane world, this would be the beginning of the end of the fictitious saga of Russian collusion that has gripped Washington, DC for more than two years.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerald Nadler (D-NY) has done his best to try to sweep the illegal spying on the Trump campaign under the rug. He even went so far as to vote to hold Attorney General Barr in “Contempt of Congress” … for literally following the law by protecting secret grand jury information from the media.
Nadler, his fellow Democrats and the liberal media are insisting that Barr, Trump, and possibly even Robert Mueller are now engaged in a “cover-up.” A cover-up of what is never made clear, but it’s an easy fiction to maintain as long the documents remain classified.
When Trump declassifies everything, it’s not so simple to complain of a cover-up. If this is a cover-up, it’s the most inept and transparent one in US history.
How are Democrats handling the news that President Donald Trump will declassify everything related to the Russiagate hoax? Not very well, so far.
Chairman Nadler fainted on camera after Trump gave the declassification order. Nadler was at a press conference for New York Mayor and fellow Trump-hater Bill De Blasio, when he suddenly turned as white as an Antifa soy-boy emerging from winter hibernation.
He looked like he had seen a ghost and passed out for a moment before De Blasio called for help and aides came rushing in.
If the Russiagate saga were a Hollywood movie, this would be the part of the film where former FBI Director “Jim Bob Combover” locks himself in his office when he realizes that the jig is up. Then, the audience hears a single gunshot ring out.
Unfortunately, in real life, former FBI Director James Comey has admitted that he is too much of a wimp to be a gun owner. He finds firearms to be icky, and never carried one during his decades-long career with the FBI.
Shifty Adam Schiff (D-CA), the Chairman of the powerful House Intelligence Committee, regaled audiences on CNN and MSNBC for two years that he had seen “direct evidence” of Russian collusion, “hiding in plain sight,” with his own eyes.
More than a month after the Mueller dossier has been available for the public to read, Schiff has still not produced this “evidence” for the American people to see.
But when it comes to President Trump and AG William Barr’s extraordinary measures toward transparency, Schiff says this is – you guessed it – part of the cover-up.
Giving the voters full access to classified documents proving that Operation Crossfire Hurricane was an illegal act of sedition against a sitting president, is a “cover-up” in Schiff’s eyes.
By investigating the FBI and the CIA coup leaders, Schiff says that Trump and Barr are “weaponizing law enforcement and classified information against their political enemies.”
“This is un-American,” Schiff intoned on Twitter.
It would be more accurate for Schiff to say that this is out of the ordinary. The federal government has become so secretive since the 9/11 attacks that it is rare for us to ever see classified information, unless it is leaked to websites like WikiLeaks. And that goes back further than 9/11.
There’s hardly anyone still alive who was in power during the Kennedy assassination; we still haven’t seen all the classified documents related to that historic event 55 years ago.
Barack Obama promised the “most transparent administration in history” and went on to engage in more cover-ups than the previous eight administrations combined. Fast & Furious, the IRS targeting Obama’s political enemies, Benghazi, the list of cover-ups goes on and on. We will likely never see all of those documents.
For Trump to declassify the Russiagate emails, memos, text messages and wiretap transcripts is unprecedented. His enemies are fainting on camera, or claiming the transparency is a “cover-up.”
Russiagate is the myth that refuses to die in Washington, DC. But the real fun is about to start, and we’ll keep you posted as the declassification begins.