Thursday, December 12, 2019

FBI Lied, Obama Spied, Trump Impeached?

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Yesterday morning, Sen. Lindsey Graham---chairman of the Senate Judicial Committee, set the record straight, telling Mr. Horowitz what he described in his report as irregularities is really a "massive criminal conspiracy...violating norm known to the rule of law."

Graham said this is about more than Donald Trump. It's about our future as a nation.

If you get most of your news from the typical sources (ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN) then please read more and be informed.

Want some good news? Let me give you a quick look at what's going on behind the scenes at the White House.

Sen. Lindsey Graham's reaction to the Horowitz report.

If you believe some of the headlines about the Horowitz report -- that the FBI conducted a lawful investigation with a few irregularities -- "you've clearly not read it," Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said in his opening statement of Wednesday's hearing.

Graham said,
"What has been described as a few irregularities becomes a massive criminal conspiracy over time to defraud the FISA court, to illegally surveil an American citizen, and to keep an operation open against a sitting president of the United States, violating every norm known to the rule of law."

He said,
"Trump's time will come and go. But I hope we understand that what happened here can never happen again, because what happened here is not a few irregularities. What happened here is the system failed."
"People at the highest level of our government took the law into their own hands. And when I say defraud the FISA court, I mean it. To your team, you were able to uncover and discover abuse of power I never believed would actually exist in 2019," Graham told Justice Department Inspector-General Michael Horowitz, the star witness.

Graham told Horowitz, "If you look at these abuses of power as a few 'irregularities' and if this mess becomes a few irregularities in America, then God help us all."

Some tough questions from Graham.

Graham noted that Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe had handpicked, among others, now-disgraced Peter Struck to lead some of the investigations---asking, "Are these people the best you've got---are these the best of the best?"---"Are these people normal representatives of the Department of Justice and the FBI? I hope you will say no. Because I believe it to be no. And if I believed otherwise, I would be incredibly depressed."

He also noted his deep concern that the FBI warned Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) that one of her employees had ties to a foreign government, but never made any effort to tell Trump about their investigation concerning him: "Why didn't she tell Trump?"

Some tough words by journalist Charles Hurt.

Charles Hurt has written a "straight talk" article on the going's on in the world's most powerful capital.

He writes,
"When President Trump first blew the whistle in a now famous 2017 Tweet that misspelled the word 'tapp'---on the previous administration's spying operation against his presidential campaign at the height of the election, Swamp creatures laughed. They ridiculed. They mocked."

"It was a lie," they said. "Never happened."

The media backed them and whitewashed the whole thing for their friends in the Obama administration. And for their friends in the federal administrative state.

Hurt notes that "Today, after two years of spinning, counter leaks and relentless lies, we know officially what any sensible person knew from the beginning."

The FBI spied. Obama lied. And Trump is impeached?

The Inspector General found at least 17 "significant errors or omissions" in the FBI's secret warrant applications.

Hurt notes,  "The Obama administration took all these drastic and sloppy steps against a political opponent at the height of a presidential race---without ever alerting the campaign..."

"Now," Hurt says, "they bleat about how the inspector general found no evidence of 'political bias' in their espionage campaign against the Trump campaign."

He says, "Yeah, well, I am sure John Wilkes Booth was not motivated by 'political bias' either."

If we don't take measurable actions in this matter, we will all become the "frog in the kettle."

Take a deep breath. Here's some good news you likely will not see in most of the news media.

Last week worship leaders from across the country were invited to the White House to be "briefed" on what the Trump administration is doing on behalf of Christians and religious freedom.

CBN released the following reports from those attending, including several videos.

Vice President Mike Pence "dropped in on the group" and joined them as they raised their voices in praise to God---in the White House.

The sound of this worship should give every Christian hope. There is an army of young adults rising across this nation that understand that Jesus Christ is the answer. And there's a President who understands their message is real.

One of those present wrote, "We were invited by this administration to worship inside the White House today. Let this sound give you great hope for America."

Imagine this in the White House.

This is not the first time that a "faith briefing" has taken place in the White House. And God willing, it won't be the last.

Be Informed. Be Blessed. Be Prayerful.