President Trump’s DOJ, FBI Purge Is Now Policy
Recent events in Washington, DC have signaled that the GOP’s policy is purge the DOJ and FBI of all of it Hussein Obama-era left over bad actors.
President Trump like it or not has the Constitutional authority to replace the FBI Director for any reason. But, the FBI Director sacked his own deputy director after finding out that he is culpable and is named in the House investigation of abuse of power in the bureau under Mr. Hussein Obama .
Further, that the House of Representatives voted to publicize a Republican-authored memo that exposes the FBI and the DOJ’s malfeasance with regard to the FISA warrant that authorized the wiretapping of the Trump Presidential campaign.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis) on TV Thursday said the FBI must “Cleanse the organization.”
This is the language has been heard for months demanding the FBI be purged of officials deemed not loyal to the President.
For now, Mr. Ryan is not endorsing a move to sack special counsel Robert Mueller.
The word is however, that President Trump is thinking about the possibility of asking US Attorney General Jeff Sessions to consider prosecuting Robert Mueller and his Team,
It would work like this
Mr. Mueller this is official notice that you will not be able to run the federal grand jury today because now you have go and testify to another federal grand jury. And with that Mr. Mueller and his Team is neutered.
If you have been following the action from the House Intel Committee the Republican memo pieces together a series of assumptions taken from the months of testimony and the documents finally delivered under subpoenaed from the DOJ and FBI.
In that memo, we are told that the FBI relied relied entirely on the fake DNC paid for Steele dossier in order to obtain FISA authorization to wiretap Carter Page, a low level aid to the Trump campaign, and that FISA judges acceded to this in violation of the safeguards that would prevent it.
It now compounds and places the gross malfeasance into the laps of Robert Mueller, Rod Rosenstein, James Comey, and others thus paralyze their ability to continue any investigation the President, along with putting them all up for prosecution for such crimes.
Mr. Ryan has refused requests by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to restrain Congressman Devin Nunes (R-CA). His endorsement of the plan to “cleanse” the FBI and DOJ indicates his willingness to follow the strategy through to its end.
Where President Trump’s purge will end is hard to say, but what we do know is that he will not be denied his Draining of the Swamp policy and his mission to Make America Great Again.
It begs the Question is this the reason this President has rescinded Mr. Hussein Obama’s directive to close Gitmo, and is keeping it open?
We will soon know.
Have a terrific weekend.
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