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Three years of the innocent being prosecuted....

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2020/05/08/oh-this-keeps-getting-better-former-obama-officia...

will Barr serve up charges to the truly guilty just in time for the November polls to digest and deliver another Trump electoral landslide?

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Re: Three years of the innocent being prosecuted....

Not hyperbole to call it treason. Obama tried his best to over turn a sitting US president using the US intelligence community. Clearly the most corrupt administration the nation has ever had.

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@r3020 wrote:

Not hyperbole to call it treason. Obama tried his best to over turn a sitting US president using the US intelligence community. Clearly the most corrupt administration the nation has ever had.


I remember, not in great detail, but there was talk, by democrats, during the Obama administration about how Obama had built this great database.   Everyone at the time thought that democrat was referring to a private donor base.   Maybe or maybe they were referencing the NSA database.

Anyhow.

You've probably read this but I'll post it here for others.  Long and allot of detail, but The jist of it:

There is little doubt the FISA-702(16)(17) database system was used by Obama-era officials, from 2012 through April 2016, as a way to spy on their political opposition.

Quite simply there is no other intellectually honest explanation for the scale and volume of database abuse that was taking place; and keep in mind these searches were all ruled to be unlawful. Searches for repeated persons over a period time that were not authorized.

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/05/09/why-is-obama-panicking-now-the-importance-of-underst...

Yes treason is an appropriate term.

 

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Re: Three years of the innocent being prosecuted....

one thing about Watergate, it has never been proven, and is highly doubtful, that Richard Nixon knew in advance about the break in. The crimes against Nixon, and ones that foreign leaders shook their heads at even being considered crimes, was to protect his underlings from prosecution, ie a coverup. The coverup portion of the crime to take down a duly elected US President is just being documented, and appears to exceed anything Nixon die, which is very serious.

What is far more serious, though, is the original crime of trying to overturn the electoral process in America, and if heads do not roll now for this crime, when will they ever? What deterrent will be in place for the next Obama/Biden/Susan Rice syndicate to not do this again or worse?

This appears far from over, and the fall elections are a long ways away.

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should read "what Nixon DID", not die.

 

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@rsbs wrote:

should read "what Nixon DID", not die.

 


Hit the three dots in the right upper corner. A box of options pops up, and click on edit post.  Make any changes and click post. Easy to fix typos.  

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@cmilligan1958g wrote:

Good indications that it was more than just sabotaging the incoming admin, but the covering up of crimes. 

 

And yeah half the country thinks it's fine.  Well, maybe.  Half of that half will never know.  The news shows they watch aren't going to tell them in any definitive way.  

The other half of that half declared war on you and I.   They'll endorse any trick or crime. 

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Re: Three years of the innocent being prosecuted....

That should probably all be looked into by a team of investigators with a Special at the head, be forged into a report and then examined and have testimony presented to Congressional Committees.

The mechanism for doing that are all in place.