The Crimes of Susan Rice: How to prosecute the people who are supposed to enforce the law when they are guilty

The way that the Obama White House worked, “legal” meant anything that could be manipulated between the Executive Branch and the Department of Justice—both of which he controlled.   There has been much evidence to the obvious coercive tactics used by the Obama administration to pull America further to the political left and the wake of that effort has caused the present civil war in the United States where half the nation refuses to join the other half that is now openly socialist leaning. Those legal lines were manipulated during Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the IRS scandal in targeting conservative groups for their 5013C status, the way in which Obamacare was created and implemented, and worst of all—the Hillary Clinton deleted emails which were obviously designed to destroy evidence so that they could never get caught—which of course they were caught—destroying evidence. The evidence itself didn’t reveal the crime, but the destruction of evidence did reveal the Obama administration’s motivations.

And with the dependability of a German clock they did it again—under the guidance of Susan Rice the Obama administration spied on Donald Trump using the power of government to attempt to secure the fate of their political party. But who could blame them—after all, Wikileaks had just made them look like the fools that they were and they knew they needed some dirt from the other side to recover—which they never found. So now they went out and committed a crime to get information that turned out to be nothing. Their plan would have worked if they had found something—but instead all they really found was that General Flynn spoke to a Russian ambassador and neglected to inform Vice President Pence about it—which in the scheme of things is a small technicality. But the crime of the cover-up and the abuses of power are immense and might surprise people, except for readers who frequent here.

Former President Barack Obama’s national security adviser Susan Rice ordered U.S. spy agencies to produce “detailed spreadsheets” of legal phone calls involving Donald Trump and his aides when he was running for president, according to former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova.

“What was produced by the intelligence community at the request of Ms. Rice were detailed spreadsheets of intercepted phone calls with unmasked Trump associates in perfectly legal conversations with individuals,” diGenova told The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group Monday.

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The word “legal” when it’s used by thieves like this is dangerous—because what it implies is that nobody did anything wrong. Make no mistake about it—what Susan Rice did obviously under the guidance of the president of the United States was unethical and it could only be made legal by the means that Hillary Clinton destroyed evidence with her email server—by denying prosecutable evidence the way any lawyer might defend a client.  Their client might be guilty as hell—but if there isn’t DNA or something that links a murderer to a crime, then they can’t be convicted. That is the grand danger of allowing people who worked in the legal profession to also work in such a powerful position as can be found in the Executive Branch of our government.

Based on the Clinton years and now the Obama years we may want to rethink ever doing such a thing again—because they actually used the law as a weapon to cover their crimes—which is never good.  And that is what they have done to Donald Trump.  They created a “legitimate” cover story—such as spying on Russian connections—which is why the political left is pushing that story so aggressively—because they were caught doing it.  Obama could justify the order because of comments Trump made tongue in cheek about Russians finding Hillary’s deleted emails.  But the real target of the spying wasn’t spies to Russia—it was Trump’s political strategies so that they might be able to counter them and win the election.

Thankfully Trump was smarter than they were and most of his campaign strategies were done on the fly literally from his Trump airplane where he spent most of his time in the last three months of the presidential campaign. He came home every night and the employees of the campaign chattered the way that employees do, which is what the Obama people were listening to—but Trump had his team on his plane flying all over the country and most of the arrangements regarding strategy were made there giving the Democrats very little to go on.

Yet the Obama people led by Rice intended to commit a crime hidden behind a legal precedent. And like the IRS case, many people should go to jail—but they probably won’t because the same people who are supposed to enforce the law are the ones who committed the crime.  The only thing this time that’s different is that we have a president and an attorney general who will see it as I’ve just described it and they are inclined to action.   The constant reminder from the political left that Russians hacked our American election process is to provide a cover story for this legal argument when the courts finally catch up to everything—once the smoke has cleared.

Now we know why Obama was so nice to Trump on the first days of the White House transition and why he hasn’t had much to say about Trump unraveling all the Obama era policies—for which only health care remains. Because he’s guilty and he needs the Russian story to stick to keep his administration out of hot water. And under those conditions, you don’t want to get caught providing further testimony on the matter—good or bad.  Without proof that the Russians actually did anything—their cover story is pretty thin which Tucker Carlson on Fox News started to uncover during his show on 4/3/2017.  The truth is, there isn’t any proof that the Russians hacked the American election process.

F.B.I. Director Comey blundered the whole case himself when he uttered during testimony before Congress intentions that the Russians had without bringing forth any evidence to support it hoping that his spectral access to intelligence might be enough to sell the story—but it wasn’t.  It was embarrassing testimony for which Trey Gowdy challenged him on—politely.  Gowdy knows that there is no evidence that can be produced that the Russians did anything to get Trump elected.  The fault for the Democratic loss is squarely on the Hillary Campaign and the failed policies of the Obama administration.  They had lied, cheated and manipulated their way to the top only to crash and burn once caught—which at this point they all have.

The Susan Rice news is huge, and the only reason it’s not Watergate level big is that our media is in on the act. The story is actually too huge to cover because so many people who present the news and temperament of our times to us are guilty.  It will likely take decades for it to settle into the American consciousness because all the people involved will deny everything for the rest of their lives and only fresh faces will have the courage to deal with these massive tragedies.  But it all starts with Trump and without him, we wouldn’t have this much.  That’s why I elected him—and so far he’s doing exactly what I want him to do—including golfing with Rand Paul to make a deal on health care.  When Obama played golf he was scheming.  When Trump does it, he’s making deals for America—and that’s all the difference in the world.