Stage set for truth about investigations

Posted10/10/2019 1:00 AM

The late, great political columnist Charles Krauthammer wrote (Things That Matter): "We grow justly weary of our politics. But we must remember this: Politics -- in all its grubby, grasping, corrupt, contemptible manifestations -- is sovereign in human affairs. Everything ultimately rests upon it. Fairly or not, politics is the driver of history."

After the stunning 2016 election, details emerged of top FBI/DOJ officials and their concerted efforts to salvage the Clinton campaign via exoneration while undermining the Trump campaign via spying. Then the FBI/DOJ launched the Mueller investigation into President Donald Trump's alleged "Russian Collusion." This hoax proved to be nothing more than a failed attempt to remove a duly elected President.


Now, the bright lights of justice have turned back to those FBI/DOJ officials. America is about to begin the final act of this unfortunate chapter in American history, as Inspector General Horowitz is now due to release his report, essentially focused on investigating the investigators. 

This IG report focuses on those alleged to have conspired to submit deceptive, unverified evidence (dossier) to a Federal FISA judge in order to spy on an American citizen and midlevel Trump campaign operative (Carter Page) in attempt to affect the 2016 election for the highest office ... and did they receive their orders from above?

The final stage is set ... regardless of your personal political leanings, soon the American people will learn if we have a two-tiered justice system, one for the elite political establishment and one for the rest of us, and did top FBI/DOJ law enforcement officials conspire to sway a Presidential election and then when Trump won, conspire to investigate a sitting president in a soft coup attempt?

My money is on rule of law and equal, blind justice. At least I hope so for the sake of future generations.

John Finney


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