THE END GAME

Representative Ron De Santis along with several colleages sent a criminal referall to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Federal Prosecutor John Huber. The referral applies to James Comey, Hillary Clinton, Loretta Lynch, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

Congress Sends Criminal Referral To Sessions, Wray and Prosecutor Huber…

Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and James Baker and Bruce Ohr are all still employed by the FBI, but removed from positions of influence. That is a pretty good indication that all of the above are cooperating, probably with both the IG and John Huber. A criminal referral is likely to just add incentive for them to sing even louder.

Some still want another special counsel, but actually Huber may be more dangerous. He reports to Jeff Sessions and he has the full cooperation of Horowitz, the IG. He can move much faster than a special counsel. We may see grand juries and indictments sooner rather than later. In the meantime, James Comey has destroyed any potential of an obstruction of justice charge against Trump. He would be the key witness against Trump and he has thoroughly discredited himself. Odds are Mueller is absolutely furious with Comey.

The anti-Trumpers are desperate to find something and they are going all in on payments to Stormy Daniels. Good luck with that. The Michael Cohen raid is looking more and more like a setup. It was the CNN lawyer who asked the Judge, a candidate for Attorney General under Bill Clinton, to release Sean Hannity’s name. This is proof not only of the incredible bias at CNN, it demonstrates an astonishing mix of stupidity and desperation. Did they really think no one would notice the conflict of interest regarding the judge? Expect a world class backlash.

I will quote Churchill on this.

“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”

It was more than that. The date was November 10, 1942. Rommel’s forces at El Alamein had just been defeated. The war would go on, but from that day on Germany was on the defensive and they never recovered.

TDM

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